The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 17, 1958 · Page 12
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Koeck's Corner ByTOMKOECK ALBERT LEA COACH PAUL WILKE HAS REA* sotti to enjoy a 50-49 upset victory over Austin, as it doesn't materialize very often, but we can't go along with Wilke's acceptance of the rough action when he stated to the Albert Lea Tribune's sports editor Ron Maley after the game, "the officials let the kids play..." We'll go along with those who felt Friday's game was one of the roughest played between the two schools. But because there are rules in basketball the idea of letting kids "knock heads" and ignoring accepted patterns for .such behavior is a strong reflection on the ability of the whistle tooten. . . Wilke added, "If they hadn't, we're afraid the game would have been little more than a free throw contest." As long as the foul rule is in the book, the penalties should be game. assessed regardless of what happens in a This isn't an attempt to belittle Albert Lea's triumph. We stated before that the Tigers deserved to win and it is hard to find excuses for the mediocre showing of a team that has the ability, but refuses to produce... Ove Berven, who has been disappointed with the slow progress of the Packers, has his own ideas on how a team hf>m . should conduct itself on the floor. halftone. Creekers Win 69-51 at Lyle Pel, 1.000 1.000 .ISO .661 .000 .000 .000 SOUtHLAWl) Rose Creek .............. * Elfcton .................... 3 Adam* ......... t .......... 3 keRoy ............ ........ S Grand M«*dow ......... , . ,0 Qifnvllls ............. .....0 Lyle ....... '. .............. o RESULTS TUESDAY Sow CreeX eg, Lyl« »J GAivrts FRID Rose creek »t Atom* 8lk ton »t URoy ROSE CREEK, Minn. — Darrol Yost's Rose Creek basketball team, one of the favorites for the Southland .Conference title this season, turned on the steam in the second half to subdue Lyle, 69-51, in a conference game here Tuesday night. By winning, Rose Creek climbed on top of the Southland standings with a 4-0 record and are 4-2 against all opponents. Along with Elkton, the defending champion, they are the only undefated teams left in the race. Lyle, coached by Earl Qustaf- Berven says, "One of the toughest things for a coach to do is keep himself and team under control during a game which finds the opposing coach and team continually violating the generally accepted rules of the game. "Some years ago we lost an important game, which found the visiting coach and team giving the officials a going over from the start. This coach went so far. as to go out on the floor and blast the officials. Some of my players wondered if we (myself included) might have won the game had we used the same tactics. "Of one thing I am certain in 25 years of coaching, I have never seen a team that uses questionable tactics game after game ever reach the state tournament. . ." Tough Game Just Ahead IF THE PACKERS FIGURE THEY HAD A TOUGH GAME AT Albert Lea, they had better hold on their hats as there is more trouble ahead. . . John Kraney, who took over at Wlnona last year after a highly successful coaching terra in Wisconsin, has things rolling his way. . . The Winfaawks, who host Austin Friday, gave, the state defending champs an argument during the Region One tournament last year and they are eager for another chance. Winona dropped two games to start the season, but since that time Kenney's cagen have toppled Red Wing, last year's Big Nine champ, and Rochester. Against Rochester they piled up 92 points for a 92-68 victory, which means the Packer defense will get a thorough testing. And so far, defense hasn't been one of Austin's strongpoints. .'. Until the Packers forget about last year's success and turn to the business on hand, they risk tbj chance of losing more games. . . Oddly enough, Pacelli coach Marty Crowe is experiencing the same problems. While the Shamrocks have a 5-1 record", Crowe contends that his club has failed to play a good team. . . Scheid Deserves Credit for Trying CORNER CHATTER — Emil Scheid, who la doing something ether thai talk la an effort te straighten out the Southern Mlnne- •ete Leagw baseball sltaatloa It having a hard time convincing Key Polka, general manager ef the Rochester Red Caps, to quit the Century League la favor the S-M. . . Scheid claims he can organize his owa team In Rochester bnt would rather take the Red Caps, make Polka business manager, add a few players and plays S-M ball. So far Polka won't go along. H both refuse te badge, Rochester Will have two baseball teams next sammer — and It may prove eo« tee many. Scheid has been •wmlse* "open dates" at Mayo Field this next rammer *> Held- Ing • foam for a determined fellow like Emil li certainly no ier> The successful Packer maaag er has some good ideas te get the league back en an even keel and with a other baseball men It can be done... i little cooperation from Final Statistics Show NFL Passer's League PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The National Football League 1s still a passer's league. • A look at the final regular season team statistics disclosed today that nine of the 12 ,teams gained more yardage through the air than on the ground. Only the New York Giants Cleveland Browns and Washington Redskins found a running game more profitable than passing. The Browns mostly on the tremendous performance of Jimmy Brown outran every team in the pro league. Including Brown's record shattering 1527 yards Cleveland rushed for 2526 yards while passing for 1581 yards, New York displayed a much more balanced offense gaining 1725 yards on the ground and First Defeat for Nationals FORT WILLIAM, Ont. (AP) — Tot touring 17. 8. National hockey team suffered its first defeat Tuesday night, a 2-0 blanking by the Fort William Beavers of the Thunder Bay Senior Hockey League. The Canadian victory was tarnished a bit by a second period dispute in which the U. 6. players chained a shot by forward Bob Cieary had entered the nets to tie the score at 1-1. The goal judge ruled that the puck had entered the goal and then passed out the back through a hole io the net. Although such a bole was found and repaired Referee Al Toikko ruled it no goal. Norm Franchi counted the initial goal from a first period scramble about the U. S. oets. And Fred B«ocari added tbe clincher in the game's final seconds after the their goal- it ia favor of another forward on Uwlc*. Ifct Brooks . Canadian goalkeeper, was the night's bero with 42 wbita Harry Batchelder was Si sbou in to* American 1605 through the air. The Giants were the league's top defensive team against rushing allowing opponents 3.6 yards per try and against passing, allowing 45.7 oi 311 passes thrown to be com pleted. Washington which had the top passer on the basis of per pass average in Eddie LeBaron managed 1,977 yards on the ground as against 1,696 passing. The Baltimore Colts led the league in total offense with 4,5.19 yards fairly evenly balanced between 2,412 yards passing and 2,127 yards rushing. Quarterback Johnny Unitas was the Colts' air arm and fullback Alan Ameche and halfback Lenny Moore, the main legs of the Western Conference winning club. Second in total offense was Los trailed 11-8 at the quarter and it was 29-24 at halftime. Then Rose Creek, which used a contro-type offense in the first lalf, turned to the fast break in the third period and moved out, 61-39. Boasting more height, Rose Creek controlled the boards, but Lyle hit well from outside. Ron Peters paced the Lions with 16, while Johnson added 14 and Anderson 12. Ted Stites set the pace for Rose Creek with 16 points. They had good balance as Ron Kraft finished with 15 and Jim Ulwelllng and Charles Kester bad 14 apiece. It was the final ga'me for the Lyle quint before the Christmas holidays. They take the break riding a six-game losing streak. Rose Creek gets back in action Friday night when they meet Adams in a conference'game. Rose Creek won the preliminary game, but needed a fourth period rally for a 36-30 decision. Wykoff Trips Larks, 45-42 WYKOFP, Minn. — Wykoff turned off a rally in the fourth period to defeat Bill Christopherson's Grand Meadow basketball team, 45-42, in a non-conference game here Tuesday night. Trailing 37-24 going into the final period, the larks outscored Wykoff, 18-8, but the rally fell short. It was close all the way as the score was tied 8-8 at the end of the first period and Wykoff held a 19-16 edge at intermission. Wykoff rallied for 18 points in the third period before Grand Meadow spurted. Ron Neis paced the winners with 16 points, while Gary Sikkink added 10. Darrell Jacobson collected 15 for Grand Meadow and Larry Hagen and Darrell Simonson each finished with eight. Both teams got their share of rebounds, but the Larks committed several mechanical errors which proved costly. The defeat was the sixth in seven starts for Grand Meadow, which closes shop until after the Christ- Angeles with Rams passed 4,406 yards. The for 2,672 and ran for 1,734. The Pittsburgh Steelers amassing 683 yards in whipping the Chicago Cardinals last Saturday — second highest one game total in NFL, history — vaulted into third place la total offense. The Steelers revived by quarterback Bobby JLayne passed for 2,752 yards and gained 1,521 yards on the ground the past season. Other statistical champions: Pittsburgh took passing honors with 2,75? yards. San Francisco was the most accurate passing team with a 58.2 completion percentage. Baltimore scored the most points 381. Washington won puntuig honors oo a 45.4 average. Namt Grid Officials for Rose Bowl Game LOS ANGELES tfl — Officials have been announced for the Iowa- California Rose Bowl football game Jan. 1. They are referee, •Jack Sprenger, Auburn, Wash.; umpire, Don Elser. Gary, Ind.; head linesman, Ted Fehring, Carnel, Calif.; field judge, Harry Ed- elsoa, Beverly Hills, Calif., and hack judge Charles Wem, Toledo, Ohio. mas holidays. Wykoff won game, 31-28. the preliminary Grass Courts Favor Yanks Pipers, Gusties and Macs Win Thrillers Brother Spoils Silver Season for Hank Iba By THE ASSOCIATED Hamline, Gustavug Adolphus ... and Maoalcster kept Minnesota be- B> umuuuct <>». wmi • •» Intercollegiate Conference fans on Crelghton, Northwest Missouri at •dge Tuesday night with hair- Bemidji State and Stout « breadth basketball finishes. The end result o! th» three w n0 p ieiwpir g er , ^ m „ that Wle Duluth points th« only Hamlin* playw in Branch and Cottcordis, playing a double figures, spoiled a Ittt St. tiU, EVERYBODY IN THE ACT — Wichita center Tom Mallot (32) and forward Al Tate, dark suit, right, retain possession of ball in scramble under rim of basket. University of San Francisco forward Mike Preseau (20), guard Ron Cox (23) and center Jerry Robinson (14) are all eager to take over in game Tuesday night that ended in 47-46 victory for USF. It was first win for Dons In new million dollar gym. (AP Photo- fax) . Double-Rule Situation in College Football Confusing By HUGH FULLERTON JR. Associated Press Sports Writer For the first time since the 1870s, college football operated under more than one set of rules in 1958. The National Assn. of Intercollegiate athletics, composed mainly of smaller colleges, adopted a set that differed slightly from those of the National Collegiate Athletic Assn. Then there was another set of rules for high schools and one for the pros and some colleges were required to follow different rules in different games. It was a confusing situation at best and today sports writers and boadcasters cast a firm vole against its continuation. Nearly 200 sports writers and broadcasters were asked in the Associated Press post-season questionnaire to voice their reaction to the double-rule situation in college football. They also were asked if they thought all football rules — from high school right up to the po game — should be standardized. More than half voted "yes" on I)ALY SPORTS 12-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Wednesday, Dec. 17, '58 Field Fast and Firm for Pro Test Sunday By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Despite last out Sunday night and helped thaw out the frozen turf. weekend's freeze the snow and the Yankee' Stadium deep field should be firm and fast for Sunday's third meeting of the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants — unless it storms again. Coach Jim Lee Howell and his The mine playoff game the Eastern will deter- Conference champion in the National Football League. "The weather last week hurt both clubs" said Howell. "You can't play as good ball under conditions like that as on a better PERTH, Australia (AP) -Th e ; melted the snow *** feU throu ' jh captain of the Italian Davis Cup tennis team dolefully conceded today he had "little or no chance" against the United States, in the interzone final and urged a change in the rule to give European nations a better break. "If we played the Americans in Italy on clay or on some other hard surface I think we would win," said Giorgi Dal Fiume. "But on grass here our cause is hopeless." The Italians, European zone, winners and the of the Americans, who survived in their area, meet here Friday, Saturday and Sunday in a best of five match series for the right to challenge Australia for the Davis Cup in Brisbane, Dec. 29-31. Boylor Plons to Hire Best Available Coach WACO, Tex. (AP) - Baylor | University today sets out to hire "the best football coach available" from a carefully screened list of 24 possible candidates that in- dues some of the biggest names in football. The identities of the 24 pects were not revealed. The list was compiled Tuesday night when Dean Abner McCall, :hairman of the faculty athletic committee, and his groun pros- staff found »he field to their liking day. But that's the way it is In Tuesday when they peeked under:late December you have to be the cover that was spread over it I ready for that I don't think the Sunday. ^ A chemical substance snow and cold hurt them any more than it hurt us." Howell called his team back to work today aftor a two-day layoff. They have scheduled long workouts today and Thursday. They will taper off Friday and Saturday Once again the accent in the Giants camp will be "Stop Jimmy Brown." Although they did a pretty good job of holding down the Cleveland fullback he did carry for a total of 261 yards in the two games including two scoring runs of 58 and 65 yards. Milt Plum Cleveland quarter back threw only 12 passes last week and only 14 in their first game Nov. 2 (won by New York 21-17) However, the Browns are basically a ground club with a strong rushing attack built around Waseca Beats Indians 63-60 Waseca, one of the early favorites for the District Four title, ran a victory string to five straight Tuesday night with a 63-60 decision over Owatonna, member of the Big Nine Conference. It was tbe second win for Waseca over a Big Nine team as they defeated Faribault, 62-43, to open the season. Archie Johnson pumped in 23 pqlnts for the winners, while Dave Odle sparked the Indians' attack with 17. The setback left Big Nine schools with a 11-5 record against non-conference rivals. Meanwhile, Big Nine teams return to action Friday nigb k when Austin plays at Winona, Albert Lea at Northfield, Owatonna at Mankato and Faribault at Rochester. Red Wing and Winona face non- cqnference games Saturday night as the Wingers host strong Minneapolis De LaSalle and Winona travels to LaCrosse, Wis., Central. FIGHT RESULTS FRESNO. Calif — Bobo Olson, 176, 3au Francisco, stopped Tommy Villa, 172, San Jose, 5. OAKLAND, Call*. — Johnny Qou- stavee, 139 li, Oakland, outpointed i, Loa Aag«le«, with Baylor sports backers to start the search for a successor to Sam Boyd. Boyd resigned under fire last week after completing two straight unsuccessful seasons. The post of athletic director also is vacant at Baylor. George Sauer resigned the job after the alumni brought pressure against him. 1?*° J»<*»°n. i«. Younwtown. dmo, Paul Ari£Stead, SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Joey Lopes, 133. Sacramento, outdated Jimmy Moser, 133, Los Angeles, 10. LUBBQCK. Ten. — L. C. Morgan, '38, Phoenix, stopped Benule Mon- loya, W2, Albuquerque, 3. HARTFORD. Conn. _ Charlie Mauri, 200, Hartford, knocked out Brown. Lew Carpenter gives an occasional rest. Ray usual- Brown Renfro the other halfback ly is flanked wide. The Giants' two victories over Cleveland haven't convinced the price makers of any solid superiority. They are quoting a price of even-six in favor of the Giants. That is 11-10 odds Orioles Will Hold Instructional School BALTIMORE (AP) - General Manager Lee MacPhail announced 'oday that the Baltimore Orioles will conduct an instructional football school at Miami next February for about 35 young players. The group, which probably will nclude some players on the current Oriole roster, is due to bold workers from Feb. 16 to Feb. 28, with intrasquad games during the final week. both questions, but there was a vast difference in the reactions to the two. On the matter of uniform college rules, 125 writers and broadcasters favored a single code. Only 19 approved having two different ones, most of them pointing out that large colleges and small ones had different problems. The rest — about 50 — expressed no opinion at all. Several said they had seen college teams play only under NCAA rules and one commented: "Didn't know it." A dozen writers expressed preference for the NCAA code, with its limited substitutions and two- point conversion. Seven said all colleges should adopt the NAIA code. Protect Prep Players The vote on standardized rules was 106 yes and 71 no, but there were many "yes—but" and otherwise qualified answers. There was a strong undercurrent of feeling that younger, lighter and less mature high school players should be protected by the rules. "They are not as sturdy at 150 as they are at 240," one writer commented. This was one reason why most of the 71 negative voters preferred separate codes. One of the big objections to the present multiple setup was that high schools arid some colleges have free substitution and platoon football, most colleges have limited substitution and two-way players and the pros platoon to the limit. This, many experts pointed out, hampers the development of a player as he advances. Spectators Confused Another objection was that having four sets of rules confuses the spectators. One writer summed it up: "It's a complicated game at its best but four different sets of rules have added to its woes." Another added: "A pro fan who sees one college game a year comes away convinced the officials are nuts." By SHELDON SAKOWtTZ Associated Press Sports Writer Henry (Hank) Iba is celebrating his 25th year as basketball coach at Oklahoma State University. His younger brother Clarence, Tulsa coach, already has spoiled Hank's silver anniversary season. Tulsa turned back Oklahoma State 71-50 Tuesday night in the 69th renewal of their series and enabled 49-year-old Clarence to gain a measure of revenge over 54-year-old Henry. This was only the seventh time in 50 games that Tulsa has been able to defeat a Hank Iba-coached Oklahoma State team. The Hurricane took the lead midway in the first half and re* mained in front the rest of the way. Roger Wendell topped the Tulsa scorers with 27 points. ' West Virginia, ranked seventh nationally, was the only top 10 team to see action. The Mountaineers rebounded from their upset }y Virginia Saturday and crushed Richmond 98-67. Jerry West paced the winners with 29. St. Joseph's (Pa.), No. 14, outclassed Elizabethtown 94-69 for the Hawks' fifth triumph in a row after a shaky start. In other leading games, Virginia Tech downed Furman 95-80 as Earl Gilbert hit for 32 points, San Francisco .edged Wichita 47-46 to break a four-game losing streak, Gerry Glynn collected 33 points to spark Yale to a 76-73 Ivy League contest over Brown, Loyola of Chicago posted its fifth consecutive triumph by shading Drake 74-71 and Oklahoma City rallied in the second half to whip North Texas State 70-56. Plan Workouts for Hawkeyes stayed atop Mary'a rally with a pair of quick tha M1AC heap with perfect 4-0 baskets with a mtautt to go. Dif* records, Hamline best St. Mary's 73-68, Oustavus put on a late flurry for a 66-48 victory over St, Thomas and Macalester downed St. John's 73-60. In other games, .Concordia whipped Minot Teachers 88-63 while St. Cloud State dumped Northwest Missouri 68-55. LeBaron and Brown Pace NFL Backs PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Eddie LeBaron and Jimmy Brown won the 1958 passing and ground gain- Ing titles respectively of the National Football League. LeBaron, the quick-handed quarterback of the Washington Redskins, wound up the season with a seasonal log of 79 completions in 145 attempts for a 9.41 average gain. He connected for 11 touchdowns. Brown, who had the ground gaining title won as early as four weeks ago when he passed Steve Van Buren's old record mark of 1,146 yards for a season, finished with 1,527 yards gained On 257 runs. He averaged 5.9 yards per try. Second to LeBaron was Cleveland's Milt Plum, 102 of 189 attempts, 1,619 yards, 11 TDs, and an average of 8.57 per pass. A fraction behind was Pittsburgh's Bobby Layne. He connected on 145 of 294 for 2,510 yards, 14 TDs, and an 8.54-yard average. Behind Brown in the ground gaining department came Baltimore's Alan Ameche, 791 yards on 171 attempts for a 4.6 average Joe Perry of San Francisco IOWA CITY W est Evashevski sessions pretty Coach Forbad his practice well planned for the Iowa football team before the Hawkeyes departed today for Pasadena and the Rose Bowl game against California New Year's Day. The squad, including 44 players, will start work Thursday morning at the Los Angeles Junior College stadium. Evashevski said he plans a picture taking session Thursday afternoon which will be open to newsmen and the public. After that the Hawks will get down to five days of double drills. Evashevski said he dosen't want the team to reach an emotional and physical peak too soon and had prepared his script accordingly. Most of the hard work will come before Christmas and after that it will be a process of tapering off, he said. Sightseeing, which includes another visit to Disneyland, an evening at a night club and the Big Ten dinner tel Dec. 30, at the Biltmore Howill be considerably less than during the Hawkeyes first Rose Bowl outing two years ago. College Basketball Yale 76, Brown *!3 Rutgers (H, Columbia 73 St. Joseph (Pa), 94, Ellzabethtown 69 Maine 73. Bowdoln 71 West Virginia 98, Richmond 67 Virginia Tech t'5, Furman 80 Memphis state 74, Hardln Simmon* Tulsa 71. Okla. State 50 Chicago Loyola 74, Drake 71 Portland 63. Washington St. Loula 50 17 TDs on the league record. ground, tying a Four non-conference games art co tap for tonight. St. Ola! will at Hamline, 8t. John'i it Winona, Hopfenspirger, n Thies hit IS for the losers. Gustftvus put down t St. Thorns* rally with 12 straight point! with less than four' minutes left, Tht Tommies trailed 3M9 at halftime, but closed it up to 54-45 with 8:85 left. Then the Gusties took over and sprinted out of danger. Macalester had to beat off two comeback attempts before winning over St. John's. Jerry Jenkins and Ron Mogen powered the Scots' final splurge that put them out of danger. St. Cloud had little trouble with Northwest Missouri and played strictly reservists in tile final eight minutes. Ron Bambenek hit 18 for St. Cloud. Concordia broke a 16-16 tie in the first 10 minutes, then bounded ahead to a 52-28 lead at the half and led by at least 20 points the rest of the way. The standings, including Tuesday night's games: INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE W I. Duluth Branch a 0 Concordia 3 o St. John's a i Hamline .............2 l Macalester ,,...,,,.,.» 1 Guitavvu si. Thomas o Augsburg o NORTHERN STATES Bemldjl .. 1 Moorhoad St. Mary's ....!!!!."!!i!I"!!"!l 2 I 3 3 Michigan Tech .!!..!!.'..'!.!!!i!il Manka to o Wlnona .0 St. Cloud o Browns Plan More Passing CLEVELAND (AP) —The Cleveland Browns, who open practice — , „. „„. «,. BIIWOW today for Sunday's return engage- ranked third with 758 yards and me "t with the New York Giants, a 6.1 average. Perry set a new Probably will do more career ground gaining record for next Sunday than they did last the league. He now has 6,549 Sunday, yards bettering Van Buren's old mark of 5,869. In scoring, Brown led with 108 points on 18 touchdowns to 84 ditions and the fact that they points for Paige Cotheren of the moved to the front early in the Los Angeles Rams. Brown tallied game altered plans. The Browns went to New York last Sunday expecting to throw more, but the weather, field con- Olson Wins on TKO Atter Villa Fouled FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - Bobo Olson won his third straight comeback fight Tuesday night — a confused technical knockout over young Tommy Villa, who refused to resume the scrap after being fouled. The California Athletic Commission begins an investigation today of the verdict, although it appears Referee Johnny Reno's decision will stand. Olson, former middleweight champ who now lives in San Francisco, landed a low -left at 1:28 of the fifth round and Villa dropped. Reno called foul, took a point from Olson's score and ordered a five-minute rest for Villa, a 23-year-old making his 23rd fight. Villa, of San Jose Calif., said he wouldn't continue. He wasn't examined until after he reached his dressing room. There commission physician Dr. G. K. Nider of Fresno said he couldn't find any sign of swelling, or any damage. Olson, fighting now as a light heavyweight at 175, said he hadn't thought the blow was low. He said Villa, 172, covered well and he was trying to find an opening. A capacity crowd of 3,000 booed the foul, the five-minute rest and the decision. Villa was subbing for Bobby Jones of Oakland, Calif., who was ill. S-M Hockey Teams in Action Tonight The battle (or the 1958-59 Southern Minnesota League hockey trophy begins tonight at 8. Six of the seven teams will see action in three games. Austin, runnerup to champion Winona last year, plays at Faribault, Albert Lea at North Mankato and Owatonua at Winona. Rochester, the new league entry this season, does not see action until Sunday afternoon, when they open against North Mankato. Other Sunday games, all 2:30 p.m., find Austin at Win. ona and Faribault at Albert Lea with Owatonua drawing the ojlen date. Browns quarterback Milt Plum is one of the top passers in the National Football League. He wound up the season only a hair's breadth behind Eddie LeBaron of the Washington Redskins, with a 54 per cent completion record. LeBaron had a 54.5 per cent record. The Browns announced they are putting tickets on sale for an NFL championship game here Dec. 28. The Browns have to defeat the Giants Sunday to get into the title game the following week against the Baltimore Colts. If the Browns lose Sunday they will have to refund the money for for the title game. tickets sold Nates Turn Back Thorp Loan, 34-15 Paced by Ray Ro§enbaum's 12 points, Nates defeated Thorp Loan, 34-15, in a City League basketball game at the Shaw gym Tuesday night. Nates led all the way and held a 21-3 advantage at halftime. It was the second straight City League victory for Nates, while Thorp Loan has been beaten twice. Vorhees paced Thorp Loan with five points, including three free throws. Nates gets back into action tonight when they play Midway Car Sales at the high school gym. Two games are scheduled Thursday night, Dugan's vs. Johnson's at the high school and Rose Creek vs. Thorp Loan at the Shaw gym. MOVES UP — Howard (Red) Hickey, who moved up from assistant to head coach of the San Francisco 49ers National Football League team is shown during press conefrence Tuesday. Hickey, 41, calls "desire" the biggest thing in football. He succeeds Frank Albert, who resigned last week. (AP Photofax). Ohuck Nelson's BARBER SHOP 202 E. MUl—By Chatham St. Appointment Numb"* €iv«a Gifts For The Car Cutrom-Toilored Seat Covers, rom 9,95 Pure Rubber White Tirewalls 4.95 ser Modern Full Wheel Hub Caps from 6 88 Pr. Fender Mount Rear-Vu Mirrors 2.25 up Rear S«a» Speaker Kits 6.50 Twin—Rubber Floor Mats 2.95 Hull Car Compasses 3.95 A MERICAN UTO PARTS 1303 E. Oakland • Hwy 16 By East Side Red Owl HE 7-1989 OPEN MOM. fr FRI. NITES

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