The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 23, 1958 · Page 9
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The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota · Page 9

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White's Play Against Iowa Team Tops Poll •y HUGH FttLERtON JR. A«M*i«ted Press flporte Writer Bob White, Ohio State's big, willing and abld fullback, turned in the most sensational one-game performance by any football play- cr of the 19&8 season when he led th* Buckeyes to a 88-28 victory over Iowa's Big Ten champions. That opinion was expressed by sports Writers and broadcasters answering The Associated Press post * season questionnaire. The margin was nearly 3 to 1 over any comparable feat although Notre Dame's George ten thrilled almost as many of the experts in the course bf the season. Of nearly 200 replies to the questionnaire, 26 listed White's one-man show against Iowa the most spectacular. In that game, White carried 33 times and gained 269 yards-just short of the Big fen one-game record. More important, be lugged it 11 times as m y **f>f>9 JfottJay Vlmt! •••••••••••* Austin Bakery 119 E. Brldg. . HE 3-6070 fudts ftnilfcft! A ysfds in 14 plays for the whwiteg touchdown in the final quarter. That game previously had been listed as the outstanding performance J?y one team or two teams in a game by the Voters. It was a duel between White, the runner,, and Randy Duncan, Iowa's superb passer. Duncan, *n- cident'ally, dretf two nominations for his sensational passing in the same game, which netted 249 yards on 22 completions. The 210- pound White raced 71 yards fofr Ohio's second touchdown and scored two more on short bucks. Rich Mayor, air-minded quarterback of the Air Force Academy, placed second in the voting with 9 ballots for his passing feats that brought a 33-29 Victory over Oklahoma State. Mayor completed 28 of 4$, nearly half of them in the final quarter. Izo, a second-string Notre Dame quarterback in the early part of the season, attracted 14 votes for 3 different passing feats. Six experts thought the most sensational performance was Izo's passing against Pittsburgh, when he com pleted 18 or 26 for 30 of 60. He also scored 2 touchdowns and passed for 2. Six others listed Izo's passing against Navy in his first game as starting quarterback. Two picked his passing against Purdue. REGULAR CUSTOMER Horton Smith of Detroit is the only golfer Who has played in all Masters tournament. Jhis is the time of year when we take account of pur assets. Among them all, we find none nearly so valuable as the confidence and good will of our patrons. To them go our hearty thanks and warmest holiday wishes. PRINZINGS Hwy. 218 North- Austin Iowa's Merz Injures Knee in Hard Drill PASADENA, Calif, (ft - Curt Merz, Iowa's All-America left end, reinjured his left knee during a hard scrimmage session here Monday, and Coach Forest Evashevski said Merz would be listed as a doubtful starter in the Rose Bowl game against California. Merz had hurt the knee originally in the Ohio State game, missed the Notre Dame encounter, and had been kept under wraps here until Monday for fear of re-injury. Merz was in pain as he was helped off the field. He had just started to throw a block when he apparently was knocked off balance and went down. Except for the injury to Merz, Evy said he was pleased with the Monday workout, which included both heavy duty drills and fumbles. Evashevski said the faulty ball handling and the bobbles were natural and not a source of worry. He said he hopes the Hawks won't reach a peak until a day or so before the game itself. He also said he hoped that Merz, a 219-pound junior from Springfield, N. J., will be all right for the New Year's Day classic and that the timing problem will be corrected in a few days. Working out Monday was Bob Hain, 225-pound junior from Davenport, who is in a guard slot. There were indications he would see plenty of action against the Golden Bears. "Hain is one of our bigger linemen," Evashevski said. "We are using some plays that do not require the guards to pull. And he is pretty dependalbe on straight- ahead stuff. "We are simply trying to strengthen our defense," Evy noted. The No. 1 backfield alignment continued to have John Nocera at fullback, and halfbacks Willie Fleming and Bob Jeter in quarter back Randy Duncan's unit. Working with quarterback Mitch Ogiego were Kevin Furlong and Ray Jauch at halfback and Don Horn in the fullback slot. Bill Bravel and John Brown also were prominent in the work out. Want Army and Navy to Play in Coliseum LOS ANGELES (AP)-The U.S. Air Force Academy wants to play football with Army and Navy in Memorial Coliseum beginning in I960, a Coliseum official says. The Examiner said today nego tiations are under way between Air Force Director George B. Simler and Bill Nicholas, Colise- I urn, manager. The games would ! be played during the regular sea! son. 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C. A! Bet 1.' <foh2«oa ........',ii'.iiii'.ii<i .567 .563 ECHO CLASSIC Hnlet ..614 Whltcomb ...600 L. Clots .500 M. Siegfrew .......m Q. Hansen 576 TMbA-Cfltmcft LEAGUE G, tniand ,, ....set 8. Grundy ...512 NrProeehel *..........508 A. Burne; ., 495 A. Lowen '.495 58 FOR WIDENER MIAMI, Fla. W) - A list of 58 nominees for Htaleah's $100,000- added Widener handicap to be run Feb. 21 wls announced Monday. Coach Plans Light Drills SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-MichJ- gan State's Duffy Daugherty who handles the East team for Saturday's Shrine charity game doesn't believe in a head knocking practice routine. He declared his 24 charges will have no scrimmages during their week of preparation and will hold only one workout per day. Daugherty'a charges posed for pictures at their Santa Clara training camp Monday and worked for a half hour. ,, At Stanford, Coach Jack Curtice of the West says he'll continue to hold two drills a day as he installs his wing T offense. Grid Writers Pick owo by Landslide PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — It's owa by a landslide. Football writers and other guests t a Rose Bowl luncheon Monday oted 77-7 in favor of the Hawk- yes when asked how they thought he game between Iowa and Call- Presbyterian Presbyterian 663 69 784 70 751—4051 655—2145 Holy Cross 2 Church of Christ Holy Cross 1 746 757 774—2279 St. Olaf 1 639718747—2104 ..673 743 718-21341 ..661 661 681—1990 St. John's 670 747 742—2159 Cran« Addition 1 .,..723 719 679—2121 Methodist 668 650 677—1905 Church of Christ 1 ..606 653 846—1905 St. John's ,\ 699 675 711—42085 Grace Luth. 1 668 728 651—2017 Crane 2 587 652 685—1924 Fellowship Meth 600 668 680—4648 E. U. B 541603768—1912 Grace Lutheran ....682 590 661-t~1933 St. John's 676 791 756—2223 OUT Saviors 2 759751761—2271 Hwy. 218 So. To Our Students and Friends from the Staff of THE ACCORDION SHOP Ph. HE 7-1692 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Tuesday, 0«. 23, 1958 fbrnift . could come out, fh* age point spread favored towa by 16. Venus passes nearer to th* earth than any other plSfiet W tht solar system. Our best wishes, our grateful thanks to all our good friends, whose loyal patronage we value so highly. May you have a holiday season that's happy, hearty and healthy! from Management & Employes of the JOHNSON CASHWAY LUMBER CO. Railway Street • Austin f Christmas,,, it$ wonderful meaning our faithful old friend*, to our cherished friends and to those whose friendship to earn, we extend the Greetings of the Everyone MARTZ FURNITURE Christmas greetings and good wishes, friends and neighbors! It is our sincere hope that the joyous spirit of this happiest of all holidays wfll light up your home and your heart with peace and good wilL May you ever be blessed by the rich rewards of having friends and loved ones around you. As you observe Christinas with those near and dear to you, may you rejoice anew at the true meaning and eternal glory of this Holy time. May it bring you inspiration for every day of a more abundant life. Your Municipal Utilities Board of Water, Light, Gas & Power Commissioners E. B.Grose • Floyd Barton • Edmund E, Smith • Robert 0. Babcock • Hugh V. Plunketl, Jr. AUSTIN, MINNESOTA Harold Lamon, Utilities Superintendent • William D. Dunlap, Board Secretary

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