The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 18, 1958 · Page 11
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 11

Austin, Minnesota
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Thursday, December 18, 1958
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Skowron Best Fielding Baseman in AL (AP) - Otia look »{ the fln»l Ametinan League fielding averages wotild give no Indication as to which team won the pennant. , Topping the league in fielding was Detroit with i .682 percentage. Tho Uteri finished fifth, frw .champion N«w York Yankees finished sixth in fielding with • ,976 percentage while tallend Washington tied Baltimore for third in fielding with & .980 average. The Chicago White Sox, league leaders in fielding in 1956 and 1957, finished second to Detroit with .981. Kansas City finished fifth with a .970 average, Boston ' was seventh With .976 and Cleveland last with .974. The Yankees, however, had two individual leaders. Bill Skowron led all first basemen with a .993 average through 118 games and Yogi Berra topped the catchers. Yogi had a perfect record through 88 games as he handled 509 putouts and made 41 assists. Detroit's Frank Boiling came out on top among second basemen. Boiling had a .9849 mark to the .9648 record by Chicago's Nellie Fox. Billy Gardner of Baltimore was third with .9845. Joe DeMaestri of Kansas City led the shortstops for the second straight season with the identical mark of .980 which made him first in 1957. Eddie Yost, recently traded to Detroit by Washington, was the No. 1 third baseman with a average. .964 Baltimore's Jim Busby, traded • to Boston this week, made only one error to lead all regular outfielder* with a .995 percentage. Al Kaline of Detroit was second with - .994 and Washington slugger Roy • Eleven was third with a .991. Ned Carver of Kansas City top- "ped the pitchers with two errors "'I* in 77 chances for a .974 average 4 .'Thirty seven pitchers went through .the season without a miscue with Billy O'Dell of Baltimore topping the perfectionists with 44 chances The Yankees again led the league in double plays with 182, one less than their 1957 total. 'M 1 President to Serve on i Study Group Rod Tht Classifiod Ads. BILL SKOWRON Hawks Down Bruins Tie for 4th Place By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Chicago Black Hawks aren't exactly what you would cal a hot team but they found them selves in a tie for fourth place today in the National Hockey League after winning their first game in eight starts. In the other seven they chalked up four ties. The two points picked up by the Hawks in their 5-2 triumph over the third place Boston Bruins in the league's only game Wednesday night moved them into a tie with the idle New York Rangers. Ted Lindsay, the highest scoring left winger in NHL history, paced the Hawks with two goals. Elliott Tells Bears to Avoid Mistakes BERKELEY, Calif. WI - "We must guard against mistakes, and be able to stop the home run play," Coach Pete Elliott told|his California football squad Wednesday. Elliott referred to the game- breaking long gainers for which Iowa, the Bears' Rose Bowl opponents, are noted. The Bears emphasized pass de fense in scrimmage. Elliott said they showed improved timing. End Jerry Lundgren sprained an ankle but was expected to resume practice Thursday. (AP) - Leland Johnson, preaidefck of the M dub, he tee* no Mason why he serve objectively on the It-man committee to study Minnesota's athletic problems. The elub has demanded the ouster of Ike Armstrong, athletic director, and, Murray Warmath, he football coach. 6ut university regents passed over the demand and instead ordered the study group set up. Johnson, Minneapolis business* man, said Wdnesday night he would serve on the committee as a member of the M Club "and its position is known." He said he would attempt to "substantiate that position with other members of the group. The committee, expected to meet soon after the holidays, is headed by Prof, Max Schultze chairman of the University Senate athletic committee. Other nvm bers are J. D. Holtzerman, alumn: association president; Louis Gross head of the Greater University 'und; Dean 'Walter Cook of the college of education, and Thomas Hagenstad, student head of the All-University Congress. A«M otth Oentfal Lll _ ... S«xt Co. Tta Stt In*. ..... on Co. , twtln • Arehefy Dublrtffcy ete«l Texas League Paid Off by Association DENVER (AP) —The basebal membership of Dallas, Houston and Fort Worth In the American Assn. became official Wednesday with the payment by the assoclc tion of $50,000 indemnity to th Texas League. Ed Doherty, association presi dent, said his 10-team circuit wi pay over another $46,000, to th Texas League by next July 1. Doherty said Uie check had bee sent to Dick Butler, president o the Texas League, after the re ceipt of signed papers that rat LEAGUE BOWLING AUSTIN torn fftfwwm mbu Jrane Co uitlfl Nftt'l Co. Mtley Diit. Oo. ...786 MO 742—2408 ...60S 783 884—i$74 ..8M 847 78&-MTO ...788 612 Oftk Otlll THmblM 6h«l KUWnttJW 780 879 830-JSftB MJtS _ ._.,„ -.anty Oil Jordan Bidr*. inc. ..MS 728 8B1-Z444 ...790 808 780—3318 ...834 781 756-2371 ...756 783 824—2363 ...701 814 829—2344 ..784 877 893—S564 ...833 839 88B-2S51 ...803 8M W1—2718 Mllfph; ittdfo BHW H«IM Team Obtlda Pig. & Hgt. 831 849 763—2:42 Uitln R»ddy-Mlx . .749 738 745—3232 MtM'» APOO ...... 958 727 797—2482 HTOHT HAWKS LftAOCK fttM ..... U.......A57 785 861—0523 *0 Ban- 1 ............ 867 833 819—2518 Tefrtn oohy's Tavern ....759 812 7S1— 3322 Haiwm'» . , ........... 760 772 701—2223 \uttln Liquor ...... 743745668—3157 Ur» StandMd ......657 744 706—2107 Austin Bowl .. ...... 808 823 930—2561 M and 8 Shell . . . .773 905 908—2586 H Sparling .'.ISA 66L 714— 2160 Thomaen Clennera ..655 731 753— 2139 tog Cabin ..... ..... 889678713-2250 ""aramotiut Liquors 669 751 731—3311 TKO Verdict for Perkins WASHINGTON (AP) - Eddie Perkins was beaming and Baby Vasquez screaming today in th aftermath of Perkins' seconc straight victory before the Wednesday TV fight cameras. Perkins, 21-y e a r-old Chicago lightweight comer, stopped Vasquez on a technical knockout at 2:40 in the seventh round of their A1COV6 778768825—2653 EAGLES LEAGUE Team 3 795 «« 848-9438 Team 1 819 843 835—3447 Team 4 ,.,.780771786-2337 Team 2 ."...834 841 819—2404 Team 8 , .728 778 763-2169 Team 6 753874766—2333 843613827-2261 .. .74? 144 780—3350 8B8W-SM9 P I Co. .1 Supply tn .... Roberta . Schwebtte Const. .7*1 737 746—2138 .807 787 78«—2390 .720 811 774—J341 .781 70S 144-33M .787 786 849-2373 .724 831 78S~*2340 Robertson Below 40 Points, • • " • but Bearcats Manage to Win i 172 766—2STT ,881 843 ECHO LANES BCHO MAJORS Sclnirmnn'g 710 710 Jotde Irwulaton ... .749 717 72&-8192 Pfinzlnga 621 657 744—2022 Dugan'a 689 719 8S2—2060 Echo Lan«S 760 780 811-2381 By SHELDON 8AKOW1TZ Associated Pmi Sports Writer Future opponents of the Cincinnati Bearcats, the nation's No. i college basketball team, can re- ax a bit. All America Oscar Rob ertson doesn't concentrate on scoring all the time. For the first time in four games his season, Robertson's scoring output went beldw 40 points Wednesday night. He netted only 39 as the undefeated Bearcats Wlggly ...881 843—2632 Scheldt 730 662 650-2042 Lefty's .....749 734—2121 thrashed 112-66. College of the Pacific lightweight scrap at Capital Arena Wednesday night. Ring physician John Kneipp called a halt after examining a next to Vas- blood-gushing cut quez' left eye. "A short right did it," Perkins said. "It was a butt," Baby snapped through a dressing room interpreter. Perkins, who upset Frankie SPECIAL! 10-OT. PLASTIC PAIL fled a previous tentative agree ment. "We are highly pleased to hav these Texas cities in the associa tion/' Doherty said. "We're looking forward in 1959 to the best year ever." Another Royal Star Has Brain Ailment Byff in his TV debut last month, was comfortably ahead on two of the three official cards when Referee Ray Bowen escorted Vas- Wftgon Wheel 649631710-1990 Wallace's 049587619—1885 Bert's Liquor 666 741 712—JUS Nate'* 787 751 751-2289 ECHO MINORS Barton Boat Sale* 546 818 636-1800 Ceolie'a Beauty Bar 555 628 649—1832 Tapaeera 627617617—188 Grand Hotel 635 5E9 635—1819 Ooreyi 603 591 571—1755 Claries 540629678-184" Austin Bus IJne» . .639 580 729—194! Bach Music 670708601—197! Oolden Dairy 689678663-202 Riviera 673600659—1832 Knobby's IJquors ..837718687—2042 Lanes Eexall Drugs . .704 645 692—204 EAGLES LEAGUE Teara 1 671 560 787—211R , 8 598 713 675—1806 Team 7 788742703-3233 ream 3 693729731—2152 Team 6 706 694 686—1701 Team 2 711850777—2238 Team 5 829 796 901-2524 Team 4 830747827—3404 ECHO MIDGETS Ramsey Golf Club ..581 888 5M-WJJ3 3unset Mot«l ......635818716—1969 Park Drive Inn ....»9S 596 665-1856 Axe Johnson 567 569 580—4716 Lindsay 700,561609—1867 Bernlce's Beauty ..587 670 684—1981 Fordtown '.6/91 601 665—1803 Derby Bar 629758602—1989 Bowling's Top Five Robby, hampered by a jammed Finger, played about 36 minutes. His scoring average now is 41.8. If he can maintain his average, tie -Will break the all-time season record of 41.7, set by Prank Selvy of Furman in 1053-54. Fourth-ranked North Carolina State and North Carolina, No. 10, were the only' other members, of NYLON HELMETS Tennessee's football team wore nylon helmets during the 1958 season. Coach Bowden Wyatt says the top 10 teams in this week's Associated Press poll to see action. N.C. State whipped La Sails 82-66 for its fifth straight victory. The Tar Heela made it three in a row with a 70-57 lacing of South Carolina in an Atlantic Coast Conference game. Undefeated Michigan State (No. ID downed Notre Dame 74-56 for its third triumph, Auburn (No. 13) captured its 14th straight over a two-season span by routing Florida State 95-74, and SMU (No. 2) turned back Oklahoma 59-51, • The host Quantlco Marines and American University moved into the finals of the fifth annual Quantico Invitational Tournament. Quantico trounced Buffalo 83-63 and American edged Ball State (Ind.) 71-69 in semifinal games. Western Carolina won its own Scoring honors to Ray Pertcola, who topped south Carolina with Si. Long Counts Help Moore Soys Durell* they do not crack washed. and can be TORONTO Durelle Said Wednesday night that cham ?lon Archie Moore received the benefit of two long counts when Durelle floored him in the first round of their world lightheavy- weight title bout last Wednesday in Montreal. Durelle declared that while Referee Jack Shorkey was tolling two nine-counts over Moore the timekeeper marked off "18 or 14" seconds on each of the knockdowns. • "Sharkey took his own count holiday tourney, crushing Cataw- a " d "ot that of the timekeeper," ba 71-46. North Carolina assumed a 34-25 halftime lead over South Carolina and pulled away after the Gamecocks had moved to within four points. York Larese paced the Tar Heels with 17 but yielded the stocky maritimer said in an interview prior to ft television appearance. Durelle, who was knocked out in the llth round said he wasn't making the comments because of sour grapes. AUSTIN (Mlnrv.) HERALD || Trnmdoj, Bte, 18, 1951 I I $2 Bills Paid Employes as Holiday Bonus St. JAMES, Minn, (AJ»j -the 180 employes of the frown feeds firm operated here by fotty Downs today were apefldtnt $&|08$ in Christmas bonuses, paid in |3 bills to emphasize the importance of the firm's payroll to the community. "I am a firm believer that, if 1 am making money, the people who help make it should share> in it," Down* said. He added that he has had the idea for some time but only recently was able financially to carry it out. Downs came here in 1938 as a $12 e week worker in a hatchery and formed his own Tony Downs Food Co. 11 years ago. The firm has a yearly payroll exceeding ft million dollars and employs 400 at the season's peak. Assuming the company continues to make money, Downs said his next semiannual, profit-sharing disbursement would come next summer. quez to the examination. VINC FRED BUD UPIOWNERS 1.EAGUE ropes for the eyeiE. Hangnusou • •"» W. Austlnaon .........••••••••••• 583 H, J. Rafferty Through six rounds Perkins led 56-49 on Bowen's card and 59-53 on Judge Julian Whitestone's sheet. Judge Ben Alperstein rated the bout a 57-57 standoff at that )oint. The Associated Press gave Perkins a 58-55 edge. Vasquez weighed 133% Reg. $1.49 CLEVELAND'S ACE HARDWARE CINCINNATI (AP) Sihugo Green, a former All-America college star, has become the second member of the Cincinnati Royals of the National Basketball Assn. to be laid low by an apparent brain ailment. Specialists said Wednesday they believe that Green, who has been in a hospital here since Dec. 9, has a blood clot on the brain and that surgery may be necessary. Maurice Stokes, one of the top NBA rebounders, had lain—never more than partly conscious—since last spring with an ailment diag< nosed as encephalopathy, a form of brain disease. Green, who did his collegiate playing at Duquesne, has col- lapsed'three times this season. .578 . O. Davla Q, Anderson NIGHT HAWK LEAGUE 3. Lingbeck J. Qallentlne L. Rome 0. Moaalian J, Lunde ... .546 ,628 .614 .610, .598 .568 ELKS 1JSAGUB . L. Hlldreth and a. Buckiin Perkins 133 1 -;, The fight was close until Perkins began scoring with left jabs, an occasional hook and combinations. Pancho Resales, the invader's manager, carried on from there. "In Mexico," Resales growled, "they take the fight away from him for that." Ferguson Rides 3 Winners at Tanforan SAN BRUNO, Calif. (AP) Jockey Warren Ferguson, an 18- year-old who has been riding slightly more than a year, booted home three winners Wednesday at Tanforan. Ferguson, a native of Pleasanton, Calif., is a son of Joe Ferguson, one of the outriders at all northern California courses. D. Johnson ..... . A. J. Alias ..... '. a. Matthews ..... EAGLES LEAGUE B. Rosel W. Mattl .......................... P. Alias ........................... 528 a. McKee H. P»ulson ECHO MAJORS Jorgenson B. L. Kiigore ..••< E. Schleujsner M. Stite* S. 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