The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 16, 1958 · Page 10
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CONCORDIA EDGES ROCHESTER Rugged Bethany JC Defeats Blue Devils By TOM KOECK MANKATO, Minn. - A rugged Bethany College basketball team cut loose with a variety of scoring weapons for a 105-74 Southern Minnesota Junior College Conference victory over Austin JC here Monday night. • Backing a fast-breaking attack with some torrid outside shooting, the Vikings broke the game wide open in a blating second half scoring orgy. The scoring was well divided with six of the Vikings, including the five starters, in double figures. Most of the damage was done by center Al Tevis, « 6-3 Jumping- Jack, who finished with 21 points, his best performance this season. Forward Jim Horney and Corky Young were next with 15 apiece. While Dean Brudwick, who hails from Blooming Prairie, added 11 and Ray Cooper and Chad Coffman each had 10. SMJCC STANDING!! W. I,. Pet. . 3 0 1.000 Dr. Martin Luther a 1 .667 Concordia JO , l i ,500 Austin JC , o 2 000 Rochester JO o 3 ,000 Worthington JO o o .000 j RESULTS MONDAY Brth»ny 105. Austin 74 ConcordlA 79, Rochester 59 GAMES WEDNESDAY Bethany At Rochester JC Hoffman Rolls Torrid 721 Series at Bowl Women bowlers are grabbing the spotlight in Austin. ;, Latest to achieve fame is Ruth Hoffman, member of the Nates bowling team in the Women's City League, who rolled a torrid 721 'series at the Austin Bowl Monday night. M r i. Hoffman put together games of 244, 234, 243 for the •721 total, the top mark for wo- !inan in league bowling in the 'state so far this year. It was also the first time a woman has Burned in a 700-series in history .of bowling here. . In posting the 721 series, Mrs. Hoffman had only one split to mar the performance. For the three games she had a total of 25 strikes. The Women's City Bowling assn. secretary is a comparatively newcomer to the sport as »he has ,been bowling only five years. She' bowls in two leagues, maintaining a 176 average in the Women's City League at the Austin Bowl and a 174 average in the Echo Major League at Echo Lanes. Last year, Mrs. Hoffman, who is the mother of three children, won the singles title in the annual AWBA tournament rolled at Echo Lanes with a 625 series. Another City League bowler, Lorraine Kilgore, member of the Austin Cab team, turned in a 633 series with games of 222, 230 and 181. RUTH HOFFMAN Meanwhile, Joyce Anderson and Dorothy Bellrichard of Austin won the doubles title in the Minnesota, Women's Bowling Assn. tournament, which ended last weekend at Rochester. The Austin pair rolled 1,186, aided by a 132 pin handicap. In the class A singles, Lorraine Kilgore of Austin-finished second with a 649 count, aided by a 14 pin handicap. No Changes in Cage Poll; Bearcats on Top The Vikings fired at 46 per cetit, dropping 41 baskets in 88 attempts. They were Just as effective on the free throw line, sinking 23 of 29 chances. Coach Dwaln Minte used 10 players last night and all of them scored points. Along with the good shooting, the Vikings employed some excellent rebounding to control the ball. The victory left Bethany with an 8-1 record against all opponents, including three straight in he SMJCC race. Despite the decisive margin, Hal Cuff's Austin quint played good ball. They lacked the shooting ability and manpower of the Bethany quint and it was simply a ase of being overmatched. The Blue Devils stayed with he Vikings until the closing minutes of the first half. They held he lead six times, but a late spurt by Bethany gave the Vikings a 50-38 margin at intermission. Tevis Gets Hot It was all over when Tevis poured in three quick buckets to .start the second half as Bethany moved out by 18 points, 56-38. Center Gordon Boike sparked the 31ue Devils with 18 points before 10 left the game on fouls. Larry Sensink, who turned in a nifty loor game, finished with 15, while Don Dimmel, who replaced Boike joured in six quick baskets for 12 points in the closing minutes 3rd Straight Setback ThVBlue Devils fired at 33 per cent with 25 buckets in 77 attempts They added 24 of 35 free throws Austin checked Bethany's fast >reak effectively in the first half Jut once they tired the Vikings )roke through for some easy bas kets. It was the third straight setback for the Blue Devils to leave them with a 2-3 record. They have drop ped two straight in conference play. Austin returns to Mankato Pri day night to meet the Mankato State Reserves. In the first game Mankato won, 69-64. Concordia Winner In the other conference game, Concordia JC of St. Paul defeat-' ed Rochester JC, the defending champion, 79-S&. Maurice Goldhammer scored 15 points as Concordia won its fourth game of the year against three defeats, including l-l in the con- 'erence. Art Plath and Jim Marquardt each hit 12 points for the winners. The deiieat was Rochester's third against three victories. Pro Football Tickets'Ho? Item in N.Y. NEW YORK (AP) - Maybe it 3s time to destroy a weary legend—that New York" is a blase, take-it-in-stride sports town. The weather outside was sub- 'freezing Monday. Remnants of snow lingered. Yet football tickets were the hottest item in town. The tickets were for the game Sunday between the New York Giants and the Cleveland Browns in Yankee Stadium. Long, chilled lines of fans bad stormed the stadium ticket windows until almost midnight Sunday after tbe Giants' 13-10 victory bad set up a tie and a playoff for the Eastern Conference championshp in the National .Football League. The Giants' chief downtown ticket outlet at Grand Central Station attracted winding queues of buy ers. Season ticket holders jammed the lobby of the Columbus Circle Building where tbe Giants' office is located. ~ Even the Giants' coach, Jim Lee Howell, was pressed into service *t tbe ticket window*. Only the players had a day off. . Howell was so pleased with the Giants' play that he also declared Tuesday a holiday. Workouts for Sunday's gam* will start Wednesday. Tb* Browns will practice in {Cleveland as they did last week. Television fans across the na- iion will see the game on CBS. Printers, Dugan's •Win League Gomes Sparked by Q. Jacobson's to points, tbe Austin Printing defeated Dexter, 76-41, in a City League basketball game at the Shaw gym Monday night. Tbe Printor* beld • 32-21 lead »t halftime and the victory was the third strajgbt in league competition. Pester has a 1-8 record. Alton Anderson scored 11 points for the loser. to tbe oUwv iaafg* |ams, Dug. •n's defeated Rose Creek, 3J-89, «$ Ron Wolfe tallied 10 poiftU- 0*- oogMpd 1ft for the los- totiWI 19-17 at ha¥foe. te* a tftJIr ftve ifaern *4p goto* toto Uie fioftl fey rMMiaod ahead. fysa tonight as Nutes play IMA. By HUGH FULLERTON JR. Associated Press Sports Writer Cincinnati, Kentucky and Kansas State kept on winning basketball games last week and, held their 1-2-3 positions'in the second weekly Associated Press ranking poll. But the ballots of 105 sports, writers and broadcasters made i a lot closer contest for first place than a week ago. Cincinnati's Bearcats, who have maintained a 96-point scoring av erage while winning their firsl three games this season, edged out Kentucky by just one first place vote and 23 points. Cincin nati had 40 firsts and 938 points on the .usual basis of 10 points for each first, 9 for second, etc Kentucky had 39 and 910. Cincinnati rolled over Marshal 106-80 in i(s only game last week while Kentucky beat Southern Methodist 72-60 and St. Louis 76-57 In the first weekly AP poll Cin cinnatl was ahead of Kentucky 38-20 in first places and 834-695 in points. Kansas State, winner over Call fornia and San Francisco by a total of four points, held thin place with 741 points. West Virginia, fourth a week a^o, suffered a 75-72 setback a Virginia's hands Saturday after winning its first five games and dropped to seventh, barely beating out Mississippi State. North Carolina State and Tennessee moved up one notch to fourth and fifth. Northwestern, idle last week, jumped from tenth to sixth as Kansas and St. Louis were out of the first 10. Xavier of Ohio and North Carolina took over ninth and tenth places. The top 10. with fim-i>Uc« votes 1. Cincinnati '(«) .... J. Kentucky (39) ii'.r.'.SlO 3. Kan&aa State <«) 741 4. N. C. State (5) 456 5. Tennessee , 431 8. Northwe»teru (2) MS 7. West Virginia (4) 284 8. IdUels&lppi State (2) 275 9. Xavler 203 10. North Carolina (1) 155 Tbe second 10; Bradley and Michigan SUM, 123 each; Auburn 114: St Joseph's (P«.) 97; California 71; Seattle (2) SO; St. U>ui» 47; Pittsburgh 39; UCLA 35; Southern Methodist 34. OLES WIN 1 NORTHFILEP, Minn. — Duane Swenson and Jim Mattson each scored the hat trick here Monday as St. Olaf whipped Carleton in a hockey game, 10-1. VOICES CHOKE WACO, Tex. - Larry Hickuian. Baylor fullback, wants to play professional football in a city where be can continue HIGH MAN GOT IT— Marquette forward, Walt Mangham (11) jumped higher than Drake forward Bob Tealer (10) to snare rebound under Drake basket in first period at Milwaukee Arena Monday night. Marquette forward Don Kojis (44) watches the fight for the ball and Drake's Jim Guydon (15) is at the right. Marquette beat Drake, 79-63. (AP Photofax). No Place Like Home for Big Ten Cagers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There's no place like home when it comes to basketball and Big Ten teams are no exceptions. Purdue, Illinois and Wisconsin all swept to relatively easy triumphs Monday night in non-conference action on their home courts. Purdue slugged College of Pacific 78-62, Illinois trounced Iowa State 68-46, and Wisconsin defeated Missouri, 68-60. Outside of the Big Ten, Marquette won its fifth game in six starts by overwhelming Drake, 7963. Austin 1C Grant, t Nelton. f FQ FT PF TP s«ndaii,'V".;;'.'.;:".;""S « Buchan, t '", X Boike. c ....I. i 2 Dlmroel. c '.'.'.','." 6 o Renslnk, g K , Booher, e Bethany JC Horney. t . 25 24 19 74 . Young, c-f 3 :io g, c- ........ 6 3 Coffman. g .... ......... I 5 Brudwlclc, g .. ....... '1 1 Kaie, g .........;.;• 4 i N«uman, g ......... .....0 2 Purdue scored its fourth straight triumph after losing its opener with a well-balanced attack led by Wilson Eison's 26 points. Four Ring Verdict for Calhoun Over Jones CLEVELAND, (AP) — Middleweight Rory Calhoun can absorb plenty of punishment and still be dangerous. Ask Ralph (Tiger) Jones. Calhoun, cut near both eyes in the early rounds of a 10-round bout with Jones Monday night, kept hammering away and earned a unanimous decision. The victory avenged a loss to Jones in Madi son Square Garden last month. Larry Atkins, promoter of the scrap, said he had offered Car 41 23 21 105 Final Home Drill for Hawk Gridders IOWA CITY Itfl — The Iowa football squad held its final practice Monday before leaving for Pasadena, Calif., and its meeting with the California Bears in the Rose Bowl New Year's Day. A 44-man squad will leave here Wednesday for 'the West Coast in two' chartered planes. Monday's one-hour drill was held indoors where the Hawks working out in sweatsuits, concentrated on offense, defense and California plays. The Hawkeyes while in California will work out daily at East Los Angeles Junior College. Boilermakers hit in double figures though only six men made the scoring column. Illinois, led by Roger Taylor's 20 points, had no difficulty with Iowa State. The Illini ran up a 16-1 lead and when Iowa State pulled within six points in the second half, Taylor put on a personal scoring spree to seal the victory. The win was Illinois' third in four games. Wisconsin, rapidly coming to life, made it two straight after losing its first three gamesr The Badgers broke in front and stayed there as Bob Barneson scored 19 points. Steve Stephens 17 and Brian Kulas 16. Wisconsin connected on 26 of 36 free throws. Mike Moran and Don Kojis were the leaders in Marquette's triumph over Drake. Moran scored 21 points and Kojis added 20 as four of the five Warrior starters hit in double figures. No Big Ten action is scheduled tonight but Wednesday night finds undefeated Michigan State at Notre Dame. All ten of the conference teams will be playing over the weekend. Area Quints Play Tonight Owatonna member of the Big Nine Conference hosts Waseca in a District Four game tonight as area teams return to action. The Indians hope to snap a one- age Faribault, while Waseca is men Basillo $25,000 to meet the game losing streak following a winner. However, the former Vel-l 57-48 setback against surprise-pack- terweight and middleweight champion did not say whether he would accept the match. The 24-year-old Calhoun of White Plains, N. Y, staggered Jones in the sixth, seventh and 10th rounds, although he had trouble seeing because of the cuts. 3 MIAC Contests on Menu By TflE ASSOCIATED PRESS Duluth Branch held the eyes of ;he Minnesota Intercollegiate Conference today as the team to beat in the'yet young basketball season. With a fast break and masterful rebounding, the Bulldogs walloped Augsburg 90-61 Monday night for their fifth straight victory, the second in conference play t against no defeats. Three MIAC games are on tap for tonight, with Hamline meeting St. Mary's, Gustavus Adolphus playing St. Thomas and St. John's meeting Macalester. Other games tonight include Minot Teachers' at Concordia and Northwest Missouri at St. Cloud. Moorhead State overwhelmed Minot Teachers 109-78 Monday night, while Central State of Wisconsin beat Winona State 87-77 and Augustana of South Dakota edged Mankato State 83-78. Duluth, Branch built up a 23-1 lead before Augsburg scored its first basket. The rebound combination of Harry Bergstedt and Bill Watson, both 6-5, kept Augsburg away from the boards. Dave Baker led scoring with 20 points for the winners, while Mert Johnson had 14 for Augsburg. Moorhead State fed Rod Zimmerman constantly in the hope to gain its lopsided victory over Minot. Zimmerman totaled 29 points for the evening. Winona State suffered its fifth straight loss Monday night at the hands of Central State of Stevens 'Point, Wis. Central State took an early lead and stayed in front all the way. Don Klagge of Winona led scoring with 19 points, while Jack Krull had 18 for Central. Jim Luce hit 10 out of 11 free throws in the second half to turn the trick for Augustana over Mankato State. Mankato led 43-31 at halftime and held its margin until Augustana rallied late in the game. S-M Hockey Teams Play Wednesday The lid comes off the 1958-59 Southern Minnesota Hockey League schedule Wednesday night when six of the seven teams see action. Wednesday's program calls for Austin at Farlbault, Albert Lea at North Mankato and Owatonr.a at Winona. The seventh member, and newest, Rochester, waits until Sunday for its initial bid when they host North Mankato. Other Sunday games find Austin at Winona and Faribault at Albert Lea. Interest is running high this season and a tight race for the league trophy is predicted. Winona, which won the league title a year ago, will be back with another strong team while Austin, the runnerup, hopes to go al Yank Pitching Staff Tops American Loop CHICAGO (A?) - The New York Yankees pitching staff, headed by Whitey Ford and Bob fur- ley, again topped tha American League in performance the past season. Official league statistics released today show the Yankee staff posted a 3.22 earned run average far ahead of second place Baltimore's 3.40. Ford, the chunky southpaw, led all individuals with a 2.01 mark. Detroit was third with a 3.59 average,' followed by Chicago's 3.61, Cleveland's 3.73; Boston's 3.92, Kansas City's 4.15 and-Wash- ington's 4.51 Trailing Ford among the individual leaders were southpaw Billy Pierce o! Chicago with 168, southpaw Jack Harshman of Baltimore with 2.90, right-hander Frank Lary of Detroit with 2.91, left- hander Billy O'Dell of Baltimore with 2.97, right-hander Turley with 2.98 and right-hander Cal McLish of Cleveland with 2.99. Turley was the league's only 20- game winner with a 21-7 record and a .750 percentage — tops among pitchers who worked 154 or more innings. Second to Turley in victories was Pierce with 17. AUSTIN DAILY SPORTS Despite Ws •?••! reeeri, ti*l«y again led the laop in walks with 126, only two of which wer» intentional. Turley, Pierce and tary M«d to most complete games ,Witli II, while Ford was tops in shutout* with seven. Turley had sit, Washington's Pet* Ramos, fast- balling right-hander, faced the most batsmen, 1,015; allowed the most hits, 277; the most homer*, 38; the most rims, 13$, and started the' most games, 87. Lary pitched the most innings, 260. Chicago right-hander Early Wynn was tops with 170 strikeout* Moore Enjoys Video Tape Screening of Durelle Kayo the way this time. The Merchants won eight anc lost two games last season for riding a four-game win string. | their best record in years . Pau A victory for the Big NineiLaufle, secretary of the Austin school will give conference teams Hockey Assn., figures Austin wil a 12-4 record against outsiders. have a strong team once they get Feature of the area program is! some experience a Southland Conference game between Lyle and Rose Creek. Rose Calhoun at I50tt had a 4H-pound ™™" ^ ° mm <«»»««*• ™»* Piaht n^nf.™ .„«. M.. on Creek risks a perfect 3-0 confer- weight over his 30- year-old Yonkers, N. Y. opponent. The close fought battle brought! the 6,415 fans at the Cleveland' ence record, while Lyle hopes The Merchants have been work out at Kaufman Rink and many ol t h e candidates are progressing up H starts. its first victory in six' Albert Lea ' s Wa r rg n Johnsor j feels the Packers will be in the thick of things in the S-M race News toyshop fund fight show to _ Grand Meadow which has drop.' ut ^^^ the team fa short on their feet cheering in the final i ped fwe stra 'ght minutes. But rooters for Jones, who was a 7-5 underdog, booed the decision. Judge Herb Williams scored 48- Spring Valley in the opener, plays i 45, Judge Charles Bill scored 45-j ter< 44 and Referee Mike Minnich had it 47-43, all for Calhoun. The Associated Press gave Calhoun a 46-45 edge. at Wykoff and Waseca Sacred Heart travels to Winona for a Ra- voux Conference game against Cot- , , ,. UUl UIU1C defeating j defense The Faribault Eagles are shap i ing up and hope to improve on las year's 0-10 record, which was gooc for the cellar spot. North Mankato, which finishec Cotter is unbeaten in four con-j at 5-5 a year ago, will field an- ference starts, while Sacred Heart!other strong team, while Owaton- boasts a 2-2 record. na j s considered a threat. All games begin at 8 p.m Rochester, sponsored by IBM, is back in the league for the first time in four years. With t h e Rochester team in the fold it means that the S-M will operate with seven clubs for the first time in history. Albert Lea B Raps Glenville 0-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD and upped his career total to 8,037. Two no-hit games wtrt rtoord- ed. Jim Bunning, Detroit right- hander, accomplished th* feat against Boston, July 20; and Baltimore right-hander Hoyt Withelm, a National League eastoff, came through against the Yanks** Tuesday, Dec. 16,1958 'exactly two months later. By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Archie Moore saw t. television show Monday night. He thought it had a ousy beginning but a sock finish. The light heavyweight champion lad just seen a video tape screen- ng of his spectacular llth round knockout of rugged Yvon Durelle at Montrel last Wednesday night. "I didn't care for the first half of the fight," Archie said. "I liked he second very much. As a matter of fact that part was great." During the first half, Archie eaned forward in his chair. From College Basketball Connecticut 71, Massachusetts 67 Kentucky 58, Maryand M (ot) Mlas. State 93, Arkanga* St. 71 Mississippi 81. Southeast Mo. 70 Duke 68, South Carolina 61 William & Mary 83, VMI 69 Davidson 98. Washington Se Lee 71 Xavler (New Oreana) 67, Fltk 65 Vanderbllt 80. Hardln Simmons S3 Rice BO, Tulane SI LSU 52, Texas 47 Purdue 78, Col. Of Pacific 62 Illinois 68, Iowa State 48 Nebraska M, Texas Tech 4» Marquette 79, Drake 63 Wisconsin 68. Missouri 60 New Mexico A<feM 62, Centenary 54 Brigham Young 77, Kan. State 68 Duluth Branch 90, Augsburg 61 Moorhead Stat* 109, Minot Teachers 78 Central State of Wisconsin 87. Winona State 77 Augustana 83. Mankato State 78 Valley City Teacheri 7S. Ellendale Normal 0} HOCKEY North Dakota 4. Denver 3 (ot). Scoring Lead for Geoffrion MONTREAL (AP) — Bernie Geoffrion, the Montreal Canadiens out-spoken wingman, took over un disputed possession of the National Hockey League's scoring lead during the past week, peppering opposing goalies with three goals and assisting in two other tallies. Geoffrion's production, which included the hat trick, gave him 17 goals and 22 assists for 39 points, two more than Andy Bathgate, the New York Rangers' smoothie who shared the lead with the Montreal ace last week. Bathgate, however, scored twice and retained the top spot in goals with 19. He also helped set up another goal for his 18th assist, according to official league statistics released today. Five points back, with 32, is Detroit ace Gordie Howe. the sixth round on he leaned back, chuckling most of the time. When he was dropped in the first round by an overhand right to the jaw, Archie said: "I sure fell with a thud. Had my left hand way down. Gotta keep it up Look, my legs spreading. Gotta keep 'em together." Durelle tore after Archie. Then, a left and right clipped Archie on the jaw. He learned forward. Durelle. swipped at him but Archie fell from the momentum of the other two punches. "Delayed a c t i o n," muttered Archie. Browns Take Aim at Giants and Baltimore CLEVELAND (AP) -The Cleveland Browns were crushed—many of them in tears — after Sunday's 13-10 loss in New York, Coach Paul Brown admits. But, he adds, that will make a victory next Sunday all the sweeter. "It's tough to have to go through that wringer all over again," Brown told the Cleveland Touchdown Club Monday. "But they can make it better for themselves by That was the knockdown that wasn't ruled a knockdown by Referee Jack Sharkey. It looked good on the basis of that left and right. A right dropped Archi* again. "This was what put m« in misery," said Archie. "I'm okay now" But he wasn't completely. Durelle was after him again. "Look, he's trying to get m« outa there," said Archie. "I'm okay." He was. The bell had sounded. Here are some of Archie's othtr comments: Fourth round after Moore had landed a solid left and right to the jaw — "that guy's tough." Fifth round when Archie w«i floored again by a right — "He'§ got me in real misery now. He'i trying to get rid of me again, 'ur- elle fired away with both hands). He's shot his bolt now. I'm all Seventh round when Arch!* drove over a smashing right — "Ooh." A solid Moore left hook landed. "A good hook Shook him." Tenth round — "He's a little tired now. (A barrage dropped Durelle. The count reached eight with Durelle on his knees when the bell sounded). I don't think he winning this one and then the one {would gave got up. with the Colts. That would be the big bonanza." Eleventh round — "This goes 49 seconds, doesn't it? (Fast one The balding Brown is not a man j combinations dropped Durelle to spend much time looking back;twice, the last one for the knock- with regret to his club's pair of j out). Ooh. Ooh. Sure glad tha' losses to the Giants by margins one's over. It's nice to watch one of four and three points. What f or a change' looking backward is done the rest of this week will be for the purpose of learning facts needed to win. "We'll wind up as tight as we can and take another pass at it," Brown said. "We have as good a chance to do it as the other team. "They have a good football team, but so do we, I'm not making any apologies for Sunday. Baylor Drops to 3rd Spot ADV for use at 6:30 a.m EST NEW YORK (AP) -Philadel. iphia's Paul Arizin, a two time Everyone went all out, but some National Basketball Assn. scoring weird thines hnnnonpH " ., . . , «aon. aiming weird things happened. Sunday's game will be the third meeting of the Giants and Browns in seven weeks. Attendance Drops for Steeler Games PITTSBURGH (AP)-The presi- champion, has moved into second place behind Bob Pettit of the St. Louis Hawks in the point-production parade. Arizin, who won the title in 1951-52 and 1956-57, has accounted for 638 points in 25 games for a 25.5 average. The Warriors' jump- shooting specialisralso ranks fifth studies. HIGHIR THAN THAT — Wilt Cham, berlain pokes his head through the netting as he places the basketball above the hoop. The 7-0 Wilt the Stilt's jump stretches his reach to 12'/2 feet, or 2 } a feet above the basket. .The former Kan- sas University star now playing with the touring Harlam Globetrotters will appear at Rochester's Mayo Civic auditorium Jan. 8 when the Trotters take on the Hawaiian 50th Staters. , repeated his intention of keeping jthe club's National Football franchise here despite a a firmer grip on the goal-tending drop in attendance {or lead, giving up onlv three goals "" games average from 2.31 ,„ 225 He Art Rooney Monday night brand- Figures released by the league ! today showed that Pettit retained his lead with 654 points in ->4 games. The 6-9 ace, the scoring champion in 1955-56, boasts the „ . „ •— ——.-^.j ^.vmc a aim. a ljest average with 28.5 points ner allowed 63 goals in uo games. The !Pittsburgh sports wdter said was game. '*' runner-up is Detroit's Terry Saw- p rill ted in a Miami new.paperi R«*ie Elgin Baylor of the Min- chuk with a 2.47 goals against'that Rooney might transfer the! nea P° lis Lakers holds down third rTl L" * r l e . gai !!?!_ d _ Un " g fr««toe to the Florida city. ' " Pl^ i g ! Ve UP ," ine g ° alS> Plante also leads in shutouts with four, one more than Sawchuk. Coach Denies J.O*.. *t?er$ " We>re doin g busine <* •» ( ANNAPOLIS jyou my word of honor," said Navy GLENVILLE, Minn. — Hapless i football Coach Eddie Erdelatz, Glenville, member of the South-("They have not contacted me" land Conference, continued to ride I about being coach of the San the win-less trail as they drop- 1 Francisco 49ers. j ped a 45-25 non-conference basket-i The successful Navy mentor's 1 ball decision to the Albert Lea'name has been bandied about for! B team here Monday night. jthe San Francisco job which 49ers' Glenville was never in front as| Coac h Frankie Albert has quit i lh»rt T.oa R rvirmn/4 rm* f^.. nl «.«^ «ju<v. [ if he is offered the job? : with Oil points in 24 games ny Sears of New York and same old stand," he asserted. : Bi » Shaman of Boston re nu"n Attendance for six Steeler home: to P s in field goal and free throw games the season past was 140,- acc uracy, respectively. Sears has 592 - down s °nie 28,000 from the hlt on 171 of 328 attempts from Preceding year, despite the club'si the field f °r a .521 percentage jbest record in 11 years and a ; Snaman boasts a .928 mark from Md. (AP)— "I give switch to a bigS 6 ' stadium. jthe foul line with 103 of 111. Albert Lea B moved out for a 23-14 advantage at halftime. There was some satisfaction in Eidelatz say what his recon n that Bob Farris of Glenville was' ac ; i1 . on , w ° uld be the game's leading scorer with I I don>t want to 8*' involved 11 points. Gary Jacobson andi m anything." he said, so I don't Steve Clsybourn paced the Tiger j want to 88V "y more about it." reserves with nine apiece. Erdelatz has been coach at the The loss for Glenville was tbe Naval Academy nine years, a 3Sth straight in three years of bas- span in which his teams have won ketball. It was the final action for Ed Stalker's Trojans until Jan. 6 when they play at Emmons. Tbe great Sun Beau, bred and raced by Willie Sharpe Kilmer, woo 33 of 74 starts and $376,744. 50 games, lost 26 and tied 8. 'MOST VALUABLE' WASHINGTON LB - Quarterback Eddie LeBaron Monday was named the Washington Redskins' most valuable player of 1958 by sports writers. IT'S FREE! WIN YEAR 'ROUND SUPPUf PI SPORTS EQUIPMENT! Register Today) Orawjng Dec. 20 DUGAN'S 130 f. Mill HE 3-6190

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