The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 12, 1958 · Page 8
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AUSTIN RISKS PERFECT MARK Albert Lea to Gun tor Upset Tonight Albert Lea will have its sights json, a freshman, may see action i Berven will set on an upset tonight when they!at center, while guird Dave OH-' un ^ 6 f Jerrv host state defending champion'phant and forward Bob Ullman Pacelli to Play j St. Felix John Dean and Clayton Reed at forwards and torn Kezar and Austin at new Southwest Junior 1 are certain to play. High gym. • The Packers carry an ll- 8 m,,c ,,,,„_ .. . "The kids don't feel they're out winning streak against the Tigers J™™. Maruin « au J* « uai * i Reed of the game by any means,',' Al- including victories this season overi?? 3 .. 1 ° o ; hered by ajbllstcr on bert Lea coach Paul Wilke re-!Richfield, Blue Earth and Roches- ' l lE e *P ccled to P 18 ?- venled. "Austin may have a big'ter. A preliminary game between the height advantage, but that does- 1 Although the record is satisfac-j undefeated Austin Sophomores and - tory, Ove Berven is demanding ' Albert Lea B team 'more snirlt. hustle nnrl rohnnn^inn 6:45 p.m n't seem to bother the boys.' Not only would the Tigers like'more spirit, hustle and rebounding to beat Austin, but they will be;from his team, which has been seeking their first victory In four inconsistent in the early games. starts. Previously, they lost to Berven rates a boy on defense, Minneapolis Patrick Henry and!rebounding, willingness to scram- dropped Big Nine Conference jble for loose balls and ability to on at garnet to Owatonna and Mankato. The Tigers figure it would be a fine Christmas present to beat Austin nnd with that attitude, the contest, which begins at 8 p.m., could develop into a dog- eat-dog affair. Wilke hopes for more rebounding and shooting balance to offset Austin's superior height and reserve strength. He plans to start Dave Donovan, the team's leading scorer, <ind Jack Swanson at guard, Tom Benson at enter and Dave Olson and Jim Glesne at forwards, However, Gary Jacob- Owatonna Ace Takes Over Lead control jump balls. These qualifications are necessary to produce a winning gleam. Berven has stepped up the practice tempo this week to get the AH Big Nine teams see action with Owatonna at Faribault, Winona at Rochester, Northfield at Red Wing and Mankato entertains St. Peter in a non-conference affair. In the area, Adams plays at Grand Meadow, Elkton at Lyle, LeRoy at Rose Creek, Ellendale at Blooming Prairie, Houston at club ready. Like Wilke, he wants iSpring Valley and Hayfield at West to win this one. 'Concord. DAILY HERALD SPORTS PAGE-8 Fresh from a 87-30 triumph over start his regular 1 3nattuck Scho01 of Faribault, the at Center ' pace11 ' basketball team turns to ' ** Conference action tonight when they meet St. Felix at Wabasha. Marty Crowe'* Shamrocks, which boasts an overall 4-1 record, have won two conference starts and remain as the only undefeated conference team along with Winona Cotter. Cotter, ninnerup to Pacelli for the state Catholic basketball title last spring, leads the Ravoux race with four straight victories. Despite playing on a foreign floor, Pacelli will be favored tonight as Jack Blackpool's Yellow- jackets have failed to win a conference game in three starts. They tumbled 67-55 against Cotter Wednesday night in their last. outing and dropped earlier games to Owatonna Marian and Waseca Sacred Heart. While St. Felix will match Pacelli in size, they lack the experience of the defending champs. Pacelli's starting five remains the same with eitrfer Mike Donovan or Gerry Maschka at center, Zender and Bob Schottler at Scoring Dave Odle of Owatonna can establish a new Big Nine Conference individual scoring record if he keeps up the pace he set in the Albert Lea game, won by t h e Indians, 63-39. Odle poured in 12 field goals and three free throws for 27 points to take over the top spot, held last week by Northfield's Dave Biorn. Biorn slipped to second with a 19.5 average, but leads the league in total points with 39. Winona's Tom Thaldorf, Bed for ninth last week, assumed third place with an 18.0 average. Whitey McArthur of Mankato and Tom Kezar, all-state guard from Austin, are scoring at 17.0 clips to tie for fourth place. The only other Austin player maintaining a 10 point average *is Clayton Reed, who potted four field goals and two free throws against Rochester. Statistics show that after two weeks of conference play, Winona has the best scoring balance as five players are averaging in double figures. They are Thaldorf, Steve Wally 15.5, Bob Lieberman 13.5, Bffl'Schultz 10.5 and Jim Harden 10.0. Winona leads in team offense with a 68.5 average for two games, but are last in defense, having allowed 66.5 points per game. Owatonna is the best defensive team with* a 39.0 average for one game. BIG NINE SCORING t Ig ft tp ave. Odle, Owatonna .... Biorn, NortMield . Tnaldorf, Winona Me Arthur, Mankato Kezar, Austin Carel, Northlleld . Wally, Winona Good, Faribault ... Ueberman, Winona Bossnart, Faribault Rll«y. Mankato ... Peterson, Mankato Donovan, Albert Lea Lowrie, Owatonna . King, Rochester . Meyer, Mankato ... Scoultz, Winona ... Barters, Winona . UlLman, Albert Lea Scnullenberg. Red W Lotimer. Red Wing .1 12 3 21 27.0 .2 17 5 39 19.5 .2 12 13 36 18.0 .2 13 8 34 HA .1 6 5 17 17.0 .2 12 9 33 16.b .2 10 U 31 15.5 .2 14 2 30 15.1 .2 10 7 27 13.5 .2 8 9 25 .2 10 5 25 .2 11 3 25 12.5 2 6 12 24 12.0 .1 5 2 12 12.0 11.8 11.0 10.5 .2 10 3 23 .2 9 4 22 .2 5 11 21 .2 7 6 20 10.0 10.0 10.0 .2 9 2 20 10.0 .2 10 0 20 2 10 0 20 Re«d, Austin 1 4 2 10 10.0 TEAM OFFENSE Winona 2 Mankato 2 Owatonna .......1 Nortnileld 2 Aiu.ln 1 Faribault 2 Red Wing 2 Albert Lea 2 Rochester 2 TEAM DEFENSE Q Owatonna 1 TP 137 68.5 128 64.0 63 63.0 125 62.5 57 107 99 49.5 87 43.5 57.0 53.5 Friday, Dec- 12, 1958 Kentucky Five and St. Louis in TV Confesf LEXINGTON, Ky. UPi — Kentucky and St. Louis, both among collegiate basketball's top ten, could force a reshuffle of ratings in their nationally televised clash Saturday at Lexington. Without the fanfare of a nationwide audience, this contest of un- oeatens would attract major attention in its own right. St. Louis is No. 9 in The Associated Press poll with two victories and Kentucky is No. 2 and owner of four straight successes. St. Louis, under new Coach John Benington, will have the advantage in height. Kentucky, on the other hand, is opening a long home stand and will be playing in more familiar surroundings. The Wildcats have been licked at home only five times in just under 16 years. The Billikins, after trouncing South Dakota and Ohio State, will be meeting the first of four major conference champions they musl play before the first of the year Kentucky won last year's game against St. Louis 73-60 and the series stands at 4-4, two of the losses to the Bills coming in the Sugar Bowl. Game time is 2 p.m. CST. The contest opens the new col lege TV game of the week series NBC. torn Kezar Named on All-State Team Tom Kezar, Austin's All - State guard, was named to Wcco's firs QUICK STARTER — Elgin Baylor is one of the few rookies who has been able to step into pro basketball and become a big gun from the s*art. Bay'or has given the Minneapolis Lakers a lift in scorng 'at the box office. Lakers Lose in Overtime By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Guy Rodgers, Temple's All America of las*, season, has made j weekly All • State Basketbal 99 49.5 Mankato , 2 Rod Wing ,.2 Albert Lea ....2 Faribault 2 123 61.5 Northtield 2 Winou* 3 Moore Earns Bassey Fight LOS ANGELES (AP) -Featherweight contender Davey Moore had but one objective in We today—to meet world champion Hogan (Kid) Bassey for the championship. Moore, the No. 1 challenger, earned the title shot Thursday the transition from college basketball to the pro ranks without faltering. In his National Basketball Assn. debut Thursday night after a 6- months Army hitch, Rodgers scored 24 points and handed out nine assists. But his brilliant performance went for naught as the Philadelphia Warriors dropped a 123-114 decision to the Boston Celtics. , The victory moved the Celtics into a virtual tie for first place in the Eastern Division with the idle New York Knicks. The race in the Western Division also tightened as the Detroit Pistons took the measure of the division leading St. Louis Hawks fori the second straight night, 107-101, j a-i 42.0 an d advanced within three games ip Ave of the top spot. In the other game,j 39 39-o i the Syracuse Nats whipped the, 4351Minneapolis Lakers 101-99 in over-: time. ; Dolph Schayes tossed in five points and John Kerr three in the overtime to give the Nats their fifth straight victory after an eight game losing streak. The Lakers had taken a 99-98 lead on two fee throws by Elgin Baylor but Schayes cashed two free throws and Kerr followed witli one to pull it out for Syracuse. The score was tied 93-93 at the end of regulation time. With one second left to go in the overtime Syracuse' Ed Conlin fouled Dick Carmaker in the act But he missed Team of the Week for the 1958-5! Minnesota high school cage sea son. He was one of 10 players earn ing spots on the honor lineup an nounced on "Prep Parade" Thurs day night. Tom Bergstedt of Internationa Falls was saluted as Coach of thi Week. Other members of the weekl; All-State team included forward Vern Strand, St. Louis Park; Ron Cragmile, Canby; Gary Bosshart Faribault and Jeff Smith, Brain erd, Centers Jim Twaite, Finlay son, and Sid Bostie, Pipestone, and guards Bob Bateman, Internation al Falls; Billy Taylor, Crookstor and Gene Anfinson, Atwater. orwards and Larry Scheid and ack Meyer at guards. Others who may see action are Roger Schiltz, ernon Heimer and Jim Decker. For the Yellowjackets it will be >-ll John Ruby at center; 5-10 Bill Oschner and 5-11V4 George Schwalbe at forwards and 5-7 Dave Marien and 5-8 Dick Williams at guards. One other conference game is scheduled as Mankato Loyola plays at Owatonna Marian. Sunday aft ernoon, Rochester Lourdes will seek its first conference victory against Sacred Heart at Waseca. Yank Netters Plan Workouts MELBOURNE ffl — Disturbed over the team's conditioning, Captain Perry Jones yanked Barry MacKay and Alex Olmedo out of Victorian Tennis Championships today and sent them to Perth to start preparing for the interzone Davis Cup final against the Ita lians. The two U. S. team members defaulted their semifinal doubles match to Australia's Ashley Cooper and Neale Fraser after three days of trying to squeeze it be tween cold and intermittent rain "We found it necessary to ge going on our preparations," Jones said. "The weather here has been too bad, even to practice. The Ita lians have been in Perth for day; getting ready." Play in the Victorian tourna ment was washed out today by an all day rain. Efforts will be made to complete it Saturday. The men's singles final sends favored Ashley Cooper against teammate Mai Anderson while the women's final involves Lorraine Cohlan, Australia, and Sandra Reynolds, South Africa. MacKay, from Dayton, Ohio, and Peruvian Olmedo will join teammates Ham Richardson, Earl Buchholz and Chris Crawford in Perth where the United States meets the Italians Dec. 19-21. Shreveport Back in Southern Assn. SHREVEPORT, La. (AP)-After a 50-year lapse, Shreveport will again have a Southern Assn. baseball club with purchase of Little Rock's franchise, manager and 34 players. PROBE U. ATHLETICS Early Verdict Not Expected From Regents FOOTBALL, ANYONE? — These three Cleveland Browns don't seem to mind the frigid weather and snow that hampered the Browns as they opened prac- tice for Sunday's game against the New York Giants. The three are (from left) gaurds Jim Ray Smith, Gene Hickerson and Chuck Noll. (AP Photofax) Gophers Hit 'Cold Streak', Lose to Oklahoma, 52-45 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — For 12 minutes over one outlandish stretch of basketball Minnesota's Gophers thrashed vainly without scoring a point Thursday night. It was a period of ineptness without equal in recent Gopher basketball annals and it cost Minnesota a 52-45 loss to Oklahoma. The Sooners weren't stalling. In 'act, they were trailing 41-30 when the Gophers were suddenly be calmed. Over the next 12 minutes — roughly from the 16:20 mark in the second half to 4:10 when Ron Johnson hit a field goal — Oklahoma scored 15 straight points. In the meantime Minnesota must have missed at least 20 consecutive shots. The Gophers' didn't get many good ones. Oklahoma, without a great deal of outstanding talent and no abundance of size, maneuvered superbly on defense. The Sooners put the rush on Gopher guards, preventing them from making easy passes to Big Johnson and Jerry Butler. And when Johnson and Butler got the ball Oklahoma sagged on them. Johnson and Butler moved Minnesota into a 12-1 lead after six minutes and it was 33-28 at halftime. Butler hit three fast field goals in the second half and Ron one. But Minnesota went into its spin and lefty Ray Lewis got Oklahoma rolling. Before the Gophers scored again Oklahoma held a 4541 lead. The Sooners rebuffed a Minnesota counter-rally that cut their lead to 46-45 and clinched the victory throws. with a flurry of free 103 51.5 119 59.5 129 64.5 66.5 Disclose Cronin 'Set' as New AL President NEW YORK (AP) - The new president of the American League will be Joe Cronin and his office will be located in Boston, an authoritative source informed The Associated Press. The informant said Cronin general manager of the Red Sox, will take over the post shortly after the Christinas holidays. The source also disclosed that Cronin had been informed of his stay on until his successor was selected. The committee named to pick a recommended successor definitely has contacted Cronin. It reportedly was told he would be "flattered and honored" if chosen. Cronin refused to discuss the matter except to say that he knew nothing more on the subject than WHAT'S UP — Bruce Hensley, two-year-old son of North Carolina State College sports publicist Bill Hensley, gets his first basketball lesson from Lou Pucillo, the Wolfpack's star. Layne Key Figure In Steelers Climb By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS |timore Colts travel to San Fran "It's just too bad Bobby Layne i cisco - the Chica S° Bears P 13 ? host wasn't with the Pittsburgh Steel- to Detrolt - , Green Ba y tangles with Los Angeles and Philadelphia ers at the start of the season. He would have helped them win the championship." That's a heap of praise for the blond-haired Texan. And it comes from a guy who played a heap of football for the Steelers several years ago—Bullet Bill Dudley. Said Dudley: "Layne is really something. I've been watching that boy for a long plays Washington. Nugent Mixes Showmanship and Football .. t . . , , LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — To time. He s as fine a quarterback i , , . . _, . , ,, „ M make a long story short, Florida as I've ever seen." _. . „„.*.....'._..., ____ . For the night Minnesota shot 24 per cent from the field and made only 12 points in the second half. The loss was Minnesota's second against one victory. Coach Ozzie Cowles did some experimenting with his new talent at the time of the Minnesota scoring famine but he said afterward this wasn't responsible. "We tried Paul Lehman (the sophomore who is recovering from a koee injury) for a few minutes but he did all right. We are using quite a few new men and we don't have organization of offense yet," Cowles said. Johnson finished with 17 points and Lewis 18. Butler had 12. The Gophers next game is with Nebraska here Saturday night. Cubs to Open Club Ledgers CHICAGO (AP)—In what is believed to be an unprecedented move by a club owner, Phil Wrigley of the Chicago Cubs is going to throw open his ledgers to his players. First baseman Dale Long, Cub's player representative, will fly to Chicago Monday from his North Adams, Mass., home at Wrigley's invitation to peruse the club's books. "The light of truth is the strongest argument," said Wrigley. "Remove the aura of secrecy and it's no longer a cause for suspicion. "The thing I want Dale Long and the players to learn is that gross receipts and net income are vastly different things. "He will be shown just how much our operation costs, where the money is going and how ex penses are met from year to year We have nothing to hide and he can look at the books for the past 33 years if he wants." Last week in Washington, club owners voted against a players' By JIM KLOBUCHAR MINNEAPOLIS W) - University of Minnesota policy • makers put the school's troubled athletic and football operations on trial today. But it was questionable whether there would be any early verdict. The school's board of regents and/President J. L. Morrill planned a closed session to probe the Gophers' athletic ailments, followed by a Morrill statement at a 4 p.m. news conference. Propose Shakeup Almost certain to come up at the meeting were proposals for a shakeup in the school's athletic department, aimed specifically at the removal director and possibly Murray Warmah as football coach. It was not known whether Morrill — the man who actually must make the decision — was receptive to any plan for an immediate shift. The concensus was that he might consider making a change eventually if a blue ribbon committee of regents and alumni lettermen pushes strongly for it. Some believe Morrill and }he regents will decide to form such a committee to avoid the appearance of surrender to demands for a change. But it was all a merry guessing game. Nobody was talking for publication in advance of the meeting The two key figures, Warmath and Armstrong, have been in Chi cago attending a Big Ten meeting Morrill and leaders of the grad uate M club — the organization spearheading the drive for an athletic department overhaul — had no comment. Pressure Growing Alumni pressure for action has been growing since the end of a wretched Gopher football season. Minnesota's 1-8 record this year was its worst in history. The trouble had its roots in the 1957 season when Minnesota, loaded with veteran talent, nosedived after a promising start. Basically, the alumni want two things: 1. Eventual appointment of Minnesota graduates to both the athletic directorship and the head football coaching job. 2. A spruced - up program of public relations which, they feel, will re-energize the state's football spirit and strengthen the school's recruiting of football players. Minnesota, once the pre-eminent football power in the land, has not won a Big Ten football title since 1941. Its athletic fortunes have State College Cage 'Powers' Clash Tonight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Unbeaten Duluth Branch carries the Minnesota Intercollegiate Con- erence banner against Bemidjl State of the Northern States Conference tonight in an early season test of state college basketball power. The game, at Bemldji, matches Duluth's proven championship class and soundness against State's explosive scoring. A week ago Bemldji hit a school scoring mark with an 111-87 stampede against St. John's. Bemidji is 4-1 this season, having lost to Northern Teachers of South Da. kota in its opener. Duluth Branch, the defending MIAC champion and favorite to win again, is 3-0. In other games tonight St. Thomas and Macalester, both 0-1 in tho MIAC, hook up at Macalester, St. Cloud is at Michigan Tech, Mankato State at South Dakota U, St. Olaf at Lawrence and Carleton en. tertains Ripon. In Thursday night's only action, Dave Thies prodded St. Mary's ta a 93-86 overtime victory over Nprthern Michigan. Thies hit two free throws with 33 seconds left to send the game nto overtime at 61-61 and later got the Redmen winging in the second overtime with four straight Doints. Two free throws by Northern Michigan's Dave Ghardi with two seconds of the first overtime remaining tied the score at 74-74. Thies had 28 for the night and Dale Kaiser 17 for Northern Midi- igan. The victory was St. Mary's fifth against two defeats. Tough Split No Problem for Daigneau Not only is the Thursday mom- ing Coffee and Donut Bowling League luring a goodly number of housewives to the Austin Bowl nl- been in the hands of Armstrong since 1950. Warmath came here in 1954 and has won 21 games, lost 22 and tied two. Could Be Shifted Armstrong has tenure rights but could be shifted to another position in the athletic department. Warmath, with three years of his contract remaining, has shown no indication of quitting. There has been some talk of' buying up his contract, but it was considered doubtful that Morrill would approve use of school funds for that purpose. Divide District- One Into 2 Conferences District One has been reorganized into two athletic conferences, effective July 1, 1959, it was reported today. ) One new conference, which will, be named at a later date, will in-| leys, but the talent is strictly topnotch. Take for instance Joan Diagneau, who is keeping her family well supplied in groceries by her exceptional bowling. Mrs. Daigneau has flabbergasted bowlers by picking off the difficult 5-7 split on three different, but consecutive occasions, anrl each time needed only one ball. As any veteran bowler knows such a thing is a million - to - one shot and tougher to execute than a 700 series. The "triple" jackpot has been worth more than $75 in groceries, the prize offered by Gus Young to any Coffee and Donut bowler who can turn the trick. But Mrs. Daigneau isn't alone. Leon a Lunde reached the top plateau in the $64 bowling quiz by picking up five different combinations. Hagen's Roll 1,163 chid Spring Valley, Wykoff, Chat-lGomC in City Loop field, Preston, Lanesboro and; Harmony. The top single game of the bowl- The other, called the Root River ' ing season was rolled in the Cit ? Conference, will include Caledonia, L f ague at the Austin Bowl Spring Grove, Mabel, Canton, Rush- Th "'' sda y went State University" football coach | proposal that players' salaries in fo "|' Hou ston and Peterson. Layne joined the Steelers after Tom Nugent is something of a the first two games. Since his ar-| characteri ( rival from Detroit in exchange for Nugent, whose Seminoles take quarterback Earl MorralL the, on Oklahoma State University in Steelers have won six, tied one; and lost two. The Steelers wind up the ;the first annual Blue Grass Bowl j sa i ar ; es (football game Saturday, combines psychology with plain old I the future be equal to 20 per cent of the gross intake of each club. Most owners said that more than 20 per cent of their receipts already goes toward the players's campaign Saturday against the'showmanship to get results. Chicago Cardinals in a nationally- televised game (CBS-12:30 p.m CST) from Pitt Stadium. ! For example, he has a brightly [colored reservation box near the bench for players ineligible to re- The rest of the NFL clubs close enter a game. Printers, Cor Soles Lead City League The new two-conference setup | for football, basketball and baseball will not affect the present Posting the record 1,163 was ! Hagen's Venetian Blind team of District One basketball tourna-! Ly .l e Sorenson - Gordy Hansen, Jack Roebke, Ted Johnson, George Guerard and ment. Hansen set the pace with a lofty 257 game, followed by Johnson 256, Roebke 232, Sorenson 221 he did when he left the Washing-! Cleveland ton meetings. out the season Sunday with the o free throws. night with a smashing one-round | ers to fatten his 25-point per game knockout over Ricardo (Pajarito); average. Al Bianchi led the Nats ceive a five-year contract at $50,Moreno of Mexico in Olympic with 27 points followed by Schayes ! 000 a year and will be allowed an Auditorium. i with 25. • annual $15,000 expense account. Th* Springfield, Ohio slugger- knocked the 21-year-old "little| NoQlirski to notified week before the baseball meet-i ""f'fh he pla " ned ^. m ° ve ^ e office of the presidency from Chicago to Boston after his offi- Browns - New York • in Yankee Stadium the No. 1 secret ' n \ etin S <«" a blackboard se, Ernest Winger, Spring Valley superintendent and president of the new conference, said the two-: and p uerard 1<J7 ' conference system would elimin-' Only three splits marred the K-c- ate much traveling and will al-' 0rd Performance as the bowlers low basketball teams to play each totaled 36 strikes ' "'eluding si* in Austin Printing and Midway Car ! ot her .on a home and home ba- a row b >' ^"son- Sales held the lead in the City'as. League basketball title race after BLAIK HONORED has _ taken i the first week of play . The Printers dumped Johnson's Baylor hit 31 points for the Lak- j mgs in Washington had ended. Cronin, 52, is expected to re- He will succeed 72-year-old Will bird" down for a two count with!. . .. • left book in the first miuute of in AII-AmeriCO to* round and finished him oJfi TMrcnM . . ,.„. with another terrific left hook to' TUC ^? N ; Am " (AP) the j.W riter two minutes, 58 sec-! 1 * 8 * 1 "? 1 " Jr ' oi Notre Dame, for. oads of the scheduled 10 round mer ^"rational Falls, Minn., Harridge, who resigned as league president Dec. 3. Harridge still had eight years to serve on his Broiiko 10-year contract. "The owners want to have their new president before the New _ ____________ ......... aihlcie, has been named to the j York writers' baseball dinner B««6ey was only 25 miles away ^ schuo1 S( * uad tor &* All-Amer-j (Feb. D," the source said. "They ' ' Beach, but did uot Uolhe'r iL ' a Bowl to sec the fighl. He meets Ernesto 3 - Na 8 u «ki is a tackle. ame here Jan. 'don't like the idea of having lame duck in the president's Parr* in Hollywood Stadium in a The major school team will play, chair." 10 rounder Saturday's similar all star squad from The "lame- duck" was in refer- cial acceptance. 53-40 at the Shaw gym Thursday 'night, while Midway Car Sales . . . , it I spilled Dexter, 64-32. Both winners A victory for the Browns will. But the boys sometimes have' boast 2 . 0 rec ords to remain un- send them into the title game arrived to find a complete orchis-' defeated along with Nates (1-0). against Baltimore, the Western tra re.ady to give them two hours NEW YORK tfi — Col. Earl JOINS .SOUTH SQUAD MIAMI, Fla. (AP)—Bill Kalicle.i, University of Pittsburgh quarter(Red) Blaik of Army was elected back, Thursday was added to the president of the Eastern Intercol-; North team for the annual Nonh- legiate Football association Thurs- South college All • Star football day. I game to be played here Dec. 27. In Chicago Charles Comiskey, |conference with nine victories and!of music. Nugent says it helps re-: vice president^ the White Sox, jtwo defeats . New York has won > lax them _ e p to" d ke h epAmerican ^^ *S^ ***** "* ^ ^™' ' ^^ ^ showmanshi P and in Chicago if Cronin is named president of the league. Owen Jacobson tallied 30 points, 1 13 field goals and four free throws, •«* the Should the Giants triumph Sun-! numor ' Nugent has a solid repu-', day, a playoff with the Browns Ration as a hard working coach. ' . The According to a committee meni- !win be held the following Sunday ber, Cronin will request a meet-' 1 " New York - ., , . .. In other games Sunday, the Bal- Slt y s indicates it. thisc seas ?"'. the Oklahoma State Univer- ing of the American League owners either in New York or in Boston the first week in January. It TOPS BRA1.NERD Nugent says he behi-vfs I sound football above all else. will make its recommendation I HIBB1NG. Minn. — Hibbing Jun- 1 "Sure, we use the T formation i jior college deieated Brainerd Jun-'and all that tricky stull," he said.i then. Cronin, a former shortstop with Washington and Boston, was voted into the Hall of Fame in 1956 He has served in the Red Sox Vey hit 10 for Dexter. Two games are scheduled Monday night. Dugan's plays Rose Creek at the high school gym and Dexter meets Austin Printing at the Shaw gym. CITV LOOP STANDINGS lence to Harrid«e, who agreed to front office since 1848. t ior college 74-71, hi a basketball! "We wouldn't use it. though. if>< : game here Thursday night. Ray it didn't pay off. And it did us we N;, Nyholm paced Hibbing with 27 beat Tennessee am-mg others, as ^ points and Russ Noreeu scored 21 'we scored 2'J touchdowns for Brainerd. season." un _ a;. Cur W. 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