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DESIRE, REBOUNDING PAYS OFP TITUi AT STAKE Packers Bounce Back to Bump Winona, 70-61 BADGERS IN ACTION — Bob Barneson (24) of Wisconsin fights for loose ball with Bruno Boin (30) Washington (30). Also seen in the basketball game that the Huskies won are Doug Smart (45) Washington and Ray Gross (41). Winning margin was 62-48. (AP Photo- fax) Adams Uses Tight Defense to Halt Rose Creek, 54-41 By DAVE OWEN ADAMS, Minn. — Basketballs flew through space like Sputniks when Adams stalled determined Rose Creek 54-41, here Friday night. The win gives outsider Elkton a Christmas present, undisputed first place and puts Adams and Rose Creek into a second place tie in Southland Conference standings. And the stage was set for the Adams-Elkton game, the first contest of the new year, Jan. 9, at Elkton. It was Adams all the way, except for a few minutes in the second period, when the 1 e a d,' which forced the Indians to shoot, changed hands briefly. I rather than feed the tall men, In the second half. Rose Creek j and two. Rose Creek was nothing started a press, but the Tigers j but frigid in their second hall resorted to long passes to control, the ball. Twc factors contributed to the loss — one, Adams defensive plan SOUTHLAND STANDINGS W. L. Pet. Elkton 4 0 Rose Creek 4 1 Adams , 4 1 Le Boy 2 2 Grand Meadow 0 3 GlenvUle * .....0 3 .000 Lyle o 4 .000 RESULTS FRIDAY Adams 54, Rose Creek 41 Elkton 80, Le Roy 57 shooting. But nothing can be taken away from the brilliant offense play of Adams, too. The work of Bob Weness and Ron Lien under the boards and as 1 feeders was prais- I'.obbied by Coach Art Cahill after the .8001 .800! .5001 .000 Austin Wins; Medley Team Sets Record Vern Ojanpa's Austin swim team Friday afternoon splashed to an impressive 53-33 win over Winona at the high school pool. The high spot of the decisive victory was a 2:00.3 winning time by the Packer 200-yard medley relay team to set a new pool record. The old record of 2:00.4 was Packer Mat Team Stops Hawks 28-14 The Austin High School wrestling team Friday notched its second victory of the young mat season by downing Winona, 28-14, on the strength of winning eight of 12 matches. Sky Wilcox's grapplers were led by 154 - pound Bob Hardy and Heavyweight Terry -Maus who pinned their opponents. Gordy Paschka's Winhawks posted one pin when Art Averbook succumed to Jim Meinke in 2:26, in the 95-pound event. It took Hardy only 1:25 to spread eagle Dave Allenman in the 154- round test while the Maus twin pinned Dave Livingston in 3:44. Other Austin winners all by decisions were Clayton Houff (103); Dick Brimacomb (112); Tom True (120); Brian Bellrichard (138); Tim Baxter (145), and Larry Diggins (175). 85—Jim Meluke (W) pinned AVer- book (A). 236, 0-5. 103—Houfl (A) dec. Elllngs (W) S-2, 3-0. 112—artmacomb (A) dee, Lyons (W). 7-0. 3-O. 120—True (A) dec. John Meinke (W). 3-2, 3-0. 127—Keam» (W) dec. Scott (A) •-4, 0-3. 133—Santlemaa (W) dec. McAllister (A), 2-0. 0-3. 138—Bellrichard (A) dec. Paaehka (W). 2-0. 3-0. 145—Baxter (A) dec. RelnhMd <W) 4-0. 3-0. set last year by the state champion Rochester tankers. The record-breaking team consisted of Glen Krick, Lynn Renville, Bill Spahn and Dave Marqueson with Spahn timed at :23.9 in his two freestyle laps of the relay — the best time ever recorded on a 50- yard freestyle at the Austin pool according to Ojanpa. Winona won only two events in the meet. Dick Theurer took the .00-yard breaststroke and the Winona 200-yard freestyle relay team of Miller, Rohrer, Teasdale and 'elofsky won that event. Brian Rathke took honors for the Packers with two individual victories. He finished first in the 200-yard freestyle by half a pool ength and also won the 150-yard individual medley event. The closest race was in the 100- yard freestyle with Doug Shankland, Austin, nosing out Tom Brown, of Winona. "50 Preestyla — Spahn (A): Miller (W>: Maloney (A). Ttoe — -.25.8. 100 Breaststroke —'Marqueson (A); Goldberg (W); Benvllle (A): Time — 1:10.2. 200 Freestyle — Bathke A); Hurt (W); Fisher (A). Time — 2:19.4. 100 Backstroke — Theurer (W); Mlckelsou (A); Nybo (A). Time — 154—Hardy (A) (W). 125. 5-0. "Weness played the best game of his life tonight," Cahill said. Guard Rog Schaeffer was high man for Adams with 18 points i Weness finished with 13 and Lien (with 9. For Rose Creek, three oi he five men who saw action, fin shed in the double figures — Char ie Kester, 13, Jim Ulwelling, 1 and Ron Kraft, 10. Rose Creek played an almos bul-less first half, attempting to icld down the chances for free ;hrows, but several fouls were called in the last period, as the Indians charged the ball. Adams missed only three free throws and Rose Creek missed 10 times. Adams was ahead by three xrints at the end of the first quar- ;er at halftime 11-8 and 26-23. They widened the margin to 38-29 at the end of the third period. Rose Creek won the preliminary contest on a last-minute free throw, 16-15. 1:11.2. 100 Freestyle — Shankland (A); Brown. (W); Teasdale (W). Time — 1:02 a, 100 Breaststroke — Krlck (A); Wellman (A); Jllk (W). Time — 1:18.7. Diving Harrison (A); Edstrom Austin JC Tumbles Mankato MANKATO, Minn. — The Austin unlor College basketball team landed coach Hal Cuff a Christmas present by besting the strong utankato State Reserves, 74-70, here Friday night. The decision snapped a three- game losing streak for the Blue Devils as they take time off for he Christmas holidays. , It also squared accounts, follow- ng a 69-64 victory for the Mankato State team in the first game arlier this month. Sparked by Larry Rensink brilliant play-making and scoring, the Blue Devils kept pace all the way. The two teams tied 34-34 at in- emission and in the second half, ;he Blue Devils rode home the winner on free throws. Although out gunned 29 to 20 in field goals, Austin held a big advantage* on the free throw line, 34 to 12, to turn the decision. Rensinks sparked the Blue Devils with 29 points, collecting six "ield goals and 17 free throws. Gordon Boike and Dave Ryks each added 10 points. The Mankato State Reserves had | four players in double figures headed by Tom Hansen and Jim Flanagan, who finished with 14 apiece. Jim Matson followed with 13 and center Bob Schmidt bad 12. Despite giving away height under the boards, the Blue Devils rebounded well and held Mankato's attack under control with a good defense. The victory left Austin with a 3-3 record and they resume play Jan. 3 against Hibbing JC at Home. By TOM KOECK WINONA, Minn. - Big, rugged Austin rebounded for a 70-61 victory over hot-shooting Winona in a Big Nine Conference thriller here Friday night. This was a big victory for the Packers. Upset last week by Albert Lea, 50-49, and faced with'the possibility of falling flat in the title scramble, the Packers served notice they-fully intend to remain in the thick of the race. By winning, Austin (2-lf moved into a third place tie with idle Reft Wing, while the Hawks (2-2) share fourth place with Albert Lea as the teams reached the break for the Christmas holidays. Marked as a dangerous shooting team, Winona, in that respect, remained untarnished, but they were no match for the Packers on the boards. The steady rebounding, touched off by the brilliant Jerry Boodwin, and a stout defense, which slowed Winona's fast - break to a walk, proved an effective combination in Austin's victory march. The gamble to plug the middle and keep Winona outside paid off, but it created a few uncomfortable moments. While they had trouble breaking loose for easy setups the specta JERRY GOODWIN cular outside shooting by the Hawks kept the pressure on until the fading minutes. Winona fired at 44 per cent with 23 baskets in 52 attempts and they added 15 of 25 free throws. The Packers, meanwhile, poured in 29 buckets in 76 attempts for a respectable 38 per cent, their best shooting this season. They made hard work of it on AUSTIN DAILY SPORTS Adams Veness, f ...... Schneider, t ,...,.,.,,,.3 1. Domino, I ............ o O. Domino, f ............ o Thompson, t .......... 0 2 9 Sohlsael. g .............. \ Koenlgs, g ...,..,,, ..... 0 FG FT PF TP Schaefer, g Austin JC Nelson, f ......... .......3 Ryks, f ................. 4 Bolke. c ................. 3 Renslnk, g 6 17 Booher, g 2 5 Slupe, g 0 0 FG FT PF TP .3248 258 2 3 10 10 29 8-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Saturday, Dec. 20, 1958 Mankato St. Rw. Bueslng, I 20 34 18 74 FG FT PF TP 2 0 MatsonT f .......5 3 Hansen, t 4 6 Era!, c ...' 2 0 Schmidt, c ..............5 2 Kelly, c 0 0 Owen, g 3 0 Flanagan, g 7 0 Neuman, g ...,1 l 14 Rose Crek e 20 14 15 54 FG FT PF TP Schammel, f l 3 3 Stltes, f l o 4 2 Kraft, o 5 0 3 10 Ulwclllng. g 5 1 1 11 Kester. g ,..4 5 2 13 HO 9 13 41 A.U«m«ux (W): Madison (A). 150 Ind. Medley — Rathke (A); Brown (W); Jllk (W). Time — 1:52.4 200 Medley Relay — Austin (Mar- queson, Krlclc. Renvllle, Spahn. Time — 2:00.3. (new pooj record,). 200 Freestyle Belay — Winona (Miller, Bohrer, Teasdale, Pelolsky. Time — 1:48, Sophs Defeat Winona 58-49 WINONA, Minn. — Oscar Haddorff's Austin Sophomores moved back in the win column Friday night, defeating the Winona B team, 58-49, in the preliminary game. It followed a 35-28 setback against Albert Lea and left the Sophs, with a 4-1 record before the Christmas holidays. The Sophs moved in front 30-23 29 12 31 70 61-50 Win for Blossoms NEW HIGHLAND, Minn. — Leading all the way, the improved Blooming Prairie basketball team turned back New Richland, 61-50, in a Gopher Conference game here Friday night. It was close in the first period as the Blossoms moved out, 1814, but they spurted for a comfortable 34-27 lead at intermission. It was 50-38 going into the final frame. Balanced scoring and a good defense sparked coach Jim Poole's Blossoms. Three players finished in double figures with Dean Turner setting the pace with 20. Denny Turner added 17 and Dale Renchin 10. Neil Burtness collected IS for New Richland, while Stewart Jeddeloh and Tony Martenson each had 12. The victory gave Blooming Prai- Leonard missed the game because jrie a 3-2 mark in the conference Elkton Beats Le Roy; Holds league Lead LE ROY, Minn. - Speedy Elkton moved on top of the Southland Conference standings here Friday night, aided by an 80-57 triumph over LeRoy and Adams' 54-41 verdict over Rose Creek. Playing without regulars Ron Leonard and Steve Sorenson, coach Rick Hubbard's Cardinals were no match for the hot-shooting Elks. ! of torn ligaments in his ankle and I Sorenson is in bed with the I mumps. LeRoy held an 18-1? lead at the end of the first quarter, but fell behind to stay, 35-24, at halftime. Elkton spurted for 27 points in the third period for a 62-36 spread to iice the contest. Balanced scoring marked both teams. Elk ton's Dave Anderson finished with 30 points, while Duane Jendersee added 20, Devern Johnson 11 and Harv Jendersee 10. Jerry Brandau and Warren Bar. . ,.,. , ... rett hit 15 apiece for the losers, at halftime after trailing 14-12 at whHe Dean WJnkelg finished with the quarter. They led 42-31 going! 12 165—BliU (W) d«o. Flaherty A), 5-0. 0-3. 475—Diggln* (A) dec, Alfaro (W), 4-0, 3-0. ** HEAVYWEIGHTS — Mau* (A) pin&ed Livingston (W). 3:44, 5-0. Yank Netters Win Doubles tiers with 13 points while Mitchell PERTH, Australia (AP)-Ham-jP fl ge added 11. Gene Garrison col- ilum Richardson and Alex Olmedo | lected 17 for Winona. chopped down Italians Nicola! .iuitin ft Ft; FT PF TP j game, but the score was not Pietrangeli and Orlando Sirola.iB^er. ^^..............4 ° ?, ^available. It was the final game into the final period. standing, while New Richland has won one of four starts. It was the last game for the Blossoms until Jan. 3 when they host Lyle. and Hanson each finished with 12 points. Mabel Downs Spring Valley MABEL, Minn. — Spurting in Speedy Sacred Heart Threat to Shamrocks Northwestern Gains Finals in Blue Grass RAVOUX CONFERENCE W. L. Pet. ! 0 1.0001 0 l.OOOJ .500! .500 .500 .200; .0001 *!!. *'":! ** Southland race, the loss was the second in four starts for LeRoy. Elkton won the preliminary Pietrangeli and Orlando Sirola, 7-9, $4, 13-11, 7-5 today to set theiBuim. r-c'!!'.!!!!!!!!!'.!i stage for the 15th consecutive|QoibSk'c"" '.'.'' !". '.'.'"\ United States-Australia Davis Cup Page, B'....I!.'!!!!.'"!!.'.'3 Challenge Round. i«S' ! ' g « ::.\\\\\\\\':\ The doubles victory over theiDefur, g 3 Italians gave the U.S. team a 3-0! w~~is <g SB lead over Italy in the best-of-5, Winona B FG FT PF IP 3jfor both teams before the holi13: day break. 11! 2 Cloremont Defeats Hayfield Five, 50 45 intenone final and makes tomor-i^';. z |. 6ls ;• 7•"!")" ""\ row's final two singles matches!Heu,e, t '....'.'.'.'.'.'.','.'.'.'.'.0 mere formalities. In fact, American Captain Perry Larson, g oaes indicated he would substi-ip^VjJL. 'i Jones tut* Barry MacKay and EarllBrtu>u, Buchholz for Richardson and OJ- 1 mock). He said he wanted to seud| Richard**! uiui Olmedo — who PACKERS SIGN HAWKINS IM>* appear to have clinched the COLUMBIA, S. C. /p> — A 1 e x CUaJleage Round assignments — ;Hawkuis, star halfback for the Jo Brisbane. , University of South Carolina, said The Ch»lieu^e Rouud is ai-ued- ; Friday night he has signed a pro ulld for Brisbane next Monday, jtessional football contract with the and W«di|f«d*}. ( Green B«>- Packer* HAYFIELD, Minn. — Coach o 2 Virgil Gehring's Hay field basket- o 2! ball team dropped a 50-45 deci- 4 l l •• sion to Claremont in a Wasioja s 4, Conference game here Friday ? ? ; night. It was the fifth victory in six 16 n 2«> 49 j starts for the Vikings as they close shop for the Christmas holidays. They resume play Jan. 2 in a non-confereuce game against Adams. Additional Sports on Page 11 Cotter 5 Pscelll 3 Sacred Heart 2 Marian 2 Lourdes 2 Loyola , 1 St. Felix 0 RESULTS FRIDAY Cotter 51, Loyola 42 Lourdes 57, St. Felix 40 Pacelli will risk an undefeated Ravoux Conference record tonight when they tangle with Waseca Sacred Heart at the Shamrock gym. The state Catholic defending champs are riding a 3-0 conference mark and boast a 5-1 record against all comers. The lone setback was against Minneapolis Central in the second game to snap a 12-game victory string. Tonight's game, which begins at 8:15, is the first home test for the Shamrocks since they bumped Owatonna Marian, 40-31, Dec. 3. Since that time they have won road attractions against Minneapolis Blake, Shattuck and St. Felix. Following tonight's game, the Shamrocks participate in the second annual eight-team Holiday Invitational tournament at Mankalo Loyola, starting Dec. 26. Pacelli won the tournament last year and are determined to make a strong showing again. The Shamrocks may have their hands full tonight, as Sacred Heart comes here with a fast, aggressive team that will be dangerous. Sacred Heart has a 2-2 conference record, but the team is stronger than the record indicates. The Wasecans have shown good scoring balance with forward Don Kelly regarded as an excellent sharp-shooter and rebounder. Kelly was Sacred Heart's scoring leader last year and he has been effective in early games. While not overly tall, a pressing defense and fast-break offense, The Blossom B team won the! mark Sacret Heart as hard to preliminary, 49-20, as Underwood nan dle. Marty Crowe will use his regular lineup of Gary Maschka at center, Leon Zender and Bob Schottler at forwards and Larry Scheid and Jack Meyers at guards. Mike Donovan, Vernon Heimer and Jim Decker are ready for reserve duty. In conference games Friday night, Winona Cotter continued to roll unabatted by topping Mankato Loyola 51-42 as Bruce Hartert hit 16 points and Dave Vail added 10. Ron Kittleson led the losers with 21 points. It was the fourth straight Ra- voux Conference triumph for Cotter, while Loyola was left with a 1-4 record. Rochester Lourdes defeated Wabasha St. Felix 57-40 in the other game. Kay Pappas hit 18 points for the winners and Jim Williams tallied 22 for St. Felix. California Smog i Stops Iowa Eleven j PASADENA, Calif. (AP)—Maybe California's football team can't While Elkton moved out 4-0 in | the final period, Mabel defeated Spring Valley, 65-59, in a District One Conference basketball game here Friday night. The loss was the fourth in six starts for coach Dick Kowles' Wolves, who take time out for the Christmas holidays. It was nip and tuck al] the way as the lead changed hands several times. Mabel moved out 20-13 at the quater and held a 35-32 lead at intermission. But Spring Valley rallied in the third for a 50-49 lead, before the final Mabel drive turned the tables. It was ragged as both teams used the fast break, and the rebounding was good. Jerry Eiken sparked the win-:stop Iowa but California's smog ners with 28 points and Bob Hag-' ea followed with 15. Jim Grabau led Spring Valky with 22, while Keith Churchill added 13. In the preliminary game, the Spring Valley B team defeated the Mabel B team, St-29. can. Coach Forest Evashevski cut short the second of two heavy workouts Friday when some of By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Undefeated Northwestern took a big step towards the Blue Grass invitational tournament championship Friday night and Indiana got by Oregon State but three other Big Ten basketball teams were trounced in intersectional games. Northwestern scored its fourth straight with a 73-68 triumph over Louisville and meets North Carolina tonight in the Blue Grass title game. Indiana whipped Oregon State at Oregon State, 57-53, while Ohio State fell before Kentucky, 95-76; Iowa lost to California, 71-52, and Wisconsin was beaten by Washington, 62-48. All Big Ten teams will be in action tonight with the exception of Illinois. The Illini take on touring New York University in a regionally televised matinee. Ohio State plays Oklahoma State tonight for third place in the Kentucky invitational tournament. Wisconsin and Iowa, both losing in a doubleheader at Madison, switch opponents tonight and play at Iowa City. Indiana again will be at Oregon State. In other games, Minnesota will be at Southern Methodist, South Dakota at Purdue, Delaware at Michigan, and Nebraska at Michigan State. Ozzie to Give Bracher Trial DALLAS, Tex. (AP)—Minnesota Coach Ozzie Cowles gives Dick Bracher another major trial as a starting guard tonight and goes hunting for new front line strength in the Gophers' basketball game with Southern Methodist. Cowles has committed only two positions definitely—t h e forward spot held by Ron Johnson and one of the guards, where Capt. Whitey Johnson is secure. Otherwise, Bracher, Mario Mil ler and Curt Thalberg are virtually even for the other guard spot. Jerry Butler has yet to prove his right to the center position and Tom Benson, Dick Erickson and Paul. Lehman are the alternates at the second forward. Bracher emerged from two years' obscurity to star last week in the Gophers' victory over Nebraska. Minnesota stands 2-2 going into the game. Southern Methodist, the favorite by reason of its record and htme court edge, has beaten Iowa, Wisconsin, Oklahoma and Vanderbilt. It lost to Kentucky and Oklahoma City. Cowles plans to start the Johnsons, Bracher, Benson and Butler WILL VISIT AFRICA WASHINGTON W> — Bob Cousy the free throw line, however, hit ting 12 of 24 chances after missing six of seven attempts In the first half. it was the best all -around per formatice turned in by the Packers this season. For the first time ;hey mounted a consistent attack, backed by aggressive rebounding and a solid defense. Several times the Packers caught the Hawks flatfooted with a fast break and they picked up some easy points on tip-ins by Goodwin, Clayton Reed and John Dean. The ability of the Packers to jounce back against a team that will win its share of Big Nine games pleased coach Ove Berven. "This Is the first time the boys have played good basketball," he said. "We had lots of hustle under the boards and the rebounding saved us." Close Game For the most part it was nip and tuck. Tom Thaldorf, who paced Winona's scoring with 17 points gave the Hawks a one point leac with a free throw, but it failec to hold up as baskets by Reec and Tom Kezar broke the ice for the Packers. Austin moved out 20-14 at the quarter and it was 39-35 at inter mission. Baskets by Bob Lieberman am Jim Harders enabled Winona to regain the lead, 41-39, early in th third period, but they fell behinc to stay when Mike Marineau tied the score 41-41, followed by twi buckets and a free throw by Keza that moved the Packers in front, 46-4U Austin managed a.52-46 ad vantage at the three quarte mark. With 1:40 remaining th< Packers, leading 63-59, went into a semi-stall to control the ball. Be fore it was over, Lieberman hi another long shot but Austin capitalized on the free throw line with Reed, Marineau and Tom Berven adding seven points for the com fortable nine - point spread. Good Scoring Balance Both teams flourished balanced scoring. Not only did Goodwii spark the rebounding, but he pour ed in 10 baskets for 20 points Reed had a good night with 17 while Kezar added 14 and Mar neau 11. Dean, another able re bounder, who fouled out in th fourth period, finished with seven Along with Thaldorf, who talliec 31 points against Rochester, Stev Wally added 16, Lieberman 12 an Harders 10. Winona travels to La Crosse Cen tral for a non-conference game tonight, while the next action fo the Packers will be Jan. 3 whe; NEW YORK (AP) - JT«f ttl« bird and positively last time, the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants meet Sunday for the fiast* ern Conference title of the Nation* 1 Football League. Beating Cleveland once t year s more than most clubs can andle. The Giants already have lone it twice despite the tremen- ous power running of Jimmy Brown. Now they must do it a hird time — or else. Mankato Five Stops Indians; Faribault Wins they meet Hibbing. Austin Dean, t ., Seed, I Berven, t Goodwin, o , MUler, c-f o Bulger, c 0 Kezar, g .....5 Marineau. g 4 Cllne „ 0 FG FT PF T ..3 1 5 ..7 I 21 ..0 1 0 0 0 4 3 0 .10 Winona Wally, f ,, Thaldorf, f .....i.'iiiiifl Leonhardt. f o Schultz. o l Swearlngen, o 1 Lieberman, g 6 Harders, g 5 29 12 17 7 FG FT PF I Sellout Crowd to See Giants, Browns Clash Score by Quarters: Austin 20 Winon* 14 Austin Meets Winona in S-M Hockey Test Two favorites for the Southern Minnesota League hockey title lock horns Sunday afternoon when the Austin Merchants meet the Hornets at Winona. Winona, winner of the S-M League title the past four years, and Austin, runnerup last season, risk 1-0 records in this early showdown game, which begins at 2:30 p.m. The Hornets stopped Owatonna, 8-3, to open the league season Wednesday, while Austin rapped Faribault , 17-1, in a free-scoring affair. Two other league games are slated Sunday as Faribault plays at Albert Lea and North Mankato travels to Rochester. This will be the first test for BIO NINE STANDINGS W. L. Pet. Pts.Op Mankato 3 0 1.000108148 Faribault 3 1 .750317316 Auatln 2 1 .687176158 Red Wing ..a I .667 146 146 Winona 2 a -500280271 Albert Lea 3 2 .500102208 Owatonna 1 2 .333 160 166 Northfleld 1 3 .250208331 Rochester 0 4 .000200242 RESULTS FRIDAY Austin 70, Winona 61 Albert Lea 55, Northfleld 40 Mankato 70, Owatonna 40 Faribault S3, Rochester 48 Mankato continued its torrid pace in the Big Nine 'Conference race by posting a 70-49 victory over Owatonna Friday night. It was the third straight conference victory and sixth against all comers as the defending District Six and Region Two champions closed shop for the Christmas holidays. Fred Meyer sparked Mankato with 20 points while Dave Lindquist hit 15 for the Indians. The Scar- lets remain as the only undefeated team in the Big Nine race In other conference games, Austin slapped down aggressive Winona, 70-61, qhile surprise-package Faribault won its third straight Big Nine game by besting Roch ester, 53-48. The Falcons needed a rally in the final four minutes to win Gary Bosshart flipped in 15 points for the winners, while Jack Van Straaten had 14 for Rochester. The victory moved the Falcons into undisputed second place, while the Rockets dug deeper in the league cellar behind a 0-4 mark Albert Lea, which upset Austin last week, continued a win string by besting Northfield, 55 • 40 Guard Dave Donovan, a pesky sharpshooter, found the target for 18 points to spark the decision Red Wing, the defending cham pion, was idle but returns to ac tion tonight in a non-conference game against Minneapolis De La Salle. Winona travels for a game at La Crosse Central. Browns in Better Physical Condition CLEVELAND (AP)-The Cleveland Browns appear to be in better physical condition than they 39 53 70 were a week ago as they return nt if, R1 I • . game with the New York Giants. Bob Gain, whose foot injury kept him from practicing last week—although he played Sunday against the Giants—was running well when the Browns wound up practice at League Park Friday. Also looking good was Mike Me- Cormack who was bothered by an ailing knee last week. Both Gain, who has been used as a defensive end, and McCorra- ack, a crack offensive tackle, should be more effective Sunday. The Browns planned to fly to New York today, where an afternoon loosening-up drill was on tap in Yankee Stadium. Yankee Stadium will be bulging with • sellout crowd ol 78,000 to wtfch Hie league'! best defenst again collide with Brewn, the best ground gainer In league hlitoty. Only the weatherman CM apoil the psrty and he promtier to b* on hit good behavior. Good, that s, comiared to last Sunday when snow turned the Stadium into • Christmas card setting. They say t will be the clear and cold with the highest thermometer reading around 24 degrees. The field It in fairly good shape. ; The only tickets left are th* 12,000 bleacher Beats and 6,000 standing room positions that go on sale Sunday morning at the Stadium. ' • Television (CBS) will'carry the game to all corners of the nation except for a blackout of the New York area. Game time is 1 p.m. (CST). The winner goes Into the rich championship playoff, Dec. 28, against the Baltimore Colts. As ;hat game will be played in a big ball park, either New York or Cleveland, and the players get 70 per cent of the gate, including the $200,000 TV money, a winning share should be over $4,500. The Giants' sturdy defensive unit is hale and hearty, ready to take another shot, at stopping the fabulous .Mr. Brown. But the offensive unit is crippled. Webster Injured Alex Webster, the club's leading pass catcher and runner in last Sunday's 13-10 victory, didn't even work out Friday. Both knees are damaged, but he probably will be in there as long as he can hobble. Jack Stroud, a regular tackle, didn't play last week and isn't due to start. Al Barry, a regular guard, has an infected toe, but probably will play. Buzz Guy, a handyman guard or tackle, in out with a chipped bone in his ankle. To cap it all Pat Summerall, whose 49-yard field goal beat the Browns last Sunday, has been bothered all week by a leg injury. Chuck Conerly's passing beat the Browns in Cleveland Nov. 2 when he threw for three touchdowns in a 21-17 game. It probably will be Conerly chucking again as the main threat of the Giants' offense. Brown Carries Food Cleveland's bread and butter game all season has been Brown's 23 is is «i strong running and the field goals of Lou Groza. Milt Plum passes only enough to take the pressure off Brown,, although he has a talented receiver in Ray Renfro. Coach Paul Brown has indicated he may do more throwing this week. If the score is tied after regulation time, they will keep going to a sudden death ending. The first team to score a point will win. Because of this factor, the books are quoting no points this week. In man-to-man beeting the Giants are 11-10 favorites. North Dakota and Nationals in Tie GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) — the U.S. Nationals battled to a 4-4 deadlock Friday night in hockey action, and tonight meet again. The count at the end of the third period Friday night was knotted and neither club was able to score in a 10-minute sudden-death overtime. North Dakota held a 4-2 advantage at the end of two periods, but the Nationals came back on goals by Weldon Olson and Paul Johnson. Each was about a 60-footer. Art Miller, Bill Steenson, Ron King and Bart Larson tallied for the Sioux. Pipers' Mutton Seeks 500th Cage Victory By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Hamline's Joe Hutton, a patri- the Rochester team, back in the arch among the nat »°n's basket- league after a four-year layoff bal1 coaches - wil1 reach a rare 500-victory milestone tonight if his Pipers defeat Simpson College of The newcomers were idle Wednesday. While Faribault will be looking for its first win, Albert Lea can move into a two-way tie for first place with either Austin or Win- the season over North ona. They launched with a 5-4 victory Mankato. Austin will depend on Gary Claridge, Dale Beckel and Jim Sack to keep, the attack moving against the Hornets. For Winona, Roger NeiUke and Jerry Koch are the men to watch. Indianola, Iowa. Button's teams have won But Moorhead State broke thr four-game winning streak of Northern Teachers of Aberdeen, S.D., 76-66. Nine straight points by Rod Zimmerman, followed later by 10 straight by Al Shogren, games since he assumed the coaching mantle at the St. Paul college 28 years ago. Hutton made Hamline a basket ball byword among the nation's small colleges —and there were years when the Pipers could play the best of the country's bigtimers without blush- powered Moorhead's second half 499 comeback. Zimmerman finished ing. Hamline goes into tonight's Claridge, former North Manka-j defeat> that to Du i uth Branch of to star, leads individual scoring the Minnesota intercollegiate Con- of the Boston Celtics pro basketball team will visit France, Morocco and French West Africa next his Hawkeyes complained the I s p r i n g under the state depart- with four goals and two assists. First home game for Austin will be Dec. 23 against Rochester. CUB PAIR SIGN with 21 points. Harry Marske and 17 for Northern. North Dakota State cracked a 62-62 tie in the last three minutes to defeat St. Cloud. John Foss led the Bison with 22 and Ron Bambenek hit 21 for St. Cloud. Iowa Teachers snuffed out a Mankato rally midway through the second half for its victory, Jim game at Indianola with a season's! Jackson leading the attack with record of five victories and one; 16 points. South Dakota State put five men in double scoring figures, topped by Wayne Gaughran and Marlin Van deneinde with 19 apiece, in swamping Gustavus. D. ference. In games Friday night Minnesota colleges took their lumps against out-of-state rivals. Gust-1 L. Smith topped the Gusties with avus Adolphus lost to South Da-|21. kota State 97-79, St. Cloud State CHICAGO (*) — Outfielder Walt j bowed to North Dakota State, 71- Tom Lewis 21—all in the first half Dave Jacobs hit 24 points and thick smog blanketing the field wu too much for them. Moj-yu and pitcher Harry Perkow- ment's cultural exchange pro- ski signed 1959 Chicago Cuba con gram. tract*. 66, Mankato State lost to Iowa teachers, 65-59, and St. Thomas fell to Lake Forttt, 111., 77-71. —in Lake Forest'* victory over St. ThomM. Ed Mergenj topped th* Tommiti with S4.

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