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Koeck's Corner ByTOMKOECK PACILLI'S SUCCESS IN DEPENDING ITS LOYO- la holiday tournament basketball title serves riotice that th* Shamrocks may be on the march again.,, Pacelli captured its second straight title in the second annual Loyola tourney by defeating a strong. Rollingstone Holy Trinity team, 45-42, in the championship game . .. In our thinking, the ability of the Shamrocks to repeat surpasses the achievement of last year's outstanding team... For one thing, the caliber of competition the defending champions faced was definitely superior to a year ago... After defeating New Ulm Trinity in the opener, the Shamrocks bumped into a better than average St. Louis Park Benilde team that looked impressive in running over Bethlehem Academy of Faribault, 57-46 . .. The Shamrocks banked on a tight defense to tame rangy Benilde, 39-34, after trailing 19-18 at halftime . . . Classy Rollingstone exhibited precision passing and executed well-planned scoring plays to gain the finals, but the attack faltered against the determined Shamrocks, who parlayed a control-type offense and good rebound ing for the decision... Although at this stage, the Shamrocks lack the almost faultless team work and ball handling of last year's state Catholic champs, they are making headway. If improvement is consistent, Marty Crowe will have another winner on his hands ... , " The success at Loyola should give the Pacelli Shamrocks added confidence and there is enough talent on hand to mark the club as a dangerous competitor the rest of the way... Jirele, McDermott Watch Irish AMONG THOSE WATCHING THE SHAMROCKS PERFORM AT Loyola were two members of last year's championship team, Orris Jirele and Mike McDermott. Jirele, who was named the outstanding player in the state Catholic tournament is a regular guard on the undefeated St. Bonaventure University freshman team . . . Benilde had the tallest team in the tournament with six boys over six feet. Rollingstone has neevr won a trophy of any kind in any sport, so they are happy to lug home the runnerup trophy. Last year, they missed the state Catholic tournament by losing to Winona Cotter in • the finals of the regional tournament by one point . . . The showdown game for first place in the new Ravoux Conference race wont be determined until Jan. 6 when Pacelli plays at Winona Cotter. The game was originally scheduled Friday, but the change was made in order to play it on the neutral Winona High Schoo floor ... / Goalie Sets New Record CORKER CHATTER — Although a temporary cease tire has been declared la the war oa the University of Minnesota athletic front, It could be the loll before the storm. There have been rumors that a full-scale offensive will be launched by the forces seeking to oust Murray Warmath and Ike Armstrong. We are convinced that nothing wOl come out of It, but the situation will make recruiting of top-notch football talent a difficult task. The continual bickering li hardly a selling point to attend the state university . . . : • The season Is still young, but one Southern Minnesota League hockey record has been set. Jim Johanssen, Faribanlt goalie has the dubious honor of making 85 stops in a recent game between Albert Lea and Faribault, won by the Rangers, 20-3. The old record for stops was 81, and It also was set by a Faribault goalie, Bob .' -Eagle, last year ... There are plenty of bowl football games left on the menu but v we doubt If anything can touch the superior football displayed by the pros Sunday when the Baltimore Colts deefated the New York Giants, 23-17, in a sudden death overtime for the NFL title . .. Kentucky Stays on Top of Poll Austin Downs Owatonna 8-7 in Overtime Scoring thrtt quick goals in the overtime period predated an S-7 louthern Minnesota League hockey ctory for Austin over Owatenaa t Kaufman Rink Monday night. The makeup victory snapped • wo-game losing steak for the [erehant team, while Owatonna without a victory in three starts. Dale Beckel led Austin's attack ith three goals and two assists, i-M LEAGUE STANDINGS W. L, T. ttt. By JOE REICBLER NEW YORK (AP)-Kentucky's ^Wildcats, for the second straight week, edged out Cincinnati today for first place among the nation's .! college basketball teams. Sports writers and broadcasters, voting in The Associated Press' fourth weekly poll, gave Kentucky (84) 63 first-place votes and 1,338 points to 56 No. 1 bal- North Squad to Use Passes MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — Smart quarterbacldng and * deadly passing threat look certain for the 1 North squad in the Senior Bowl game Saturday. North Coach Joe Kuharicb used Don AlUrd of Boston College, first round draft choice of the Washington Redskins, and Lee Grosacup of Utah at the ball-handling slot. Grosscup was the fancy passer who. led the nation a year ago. Kuharich coached the Redskins before accepting his new assignment at Notre Dame. Both the North squad and the South team directed by Coach Paul Brown of the Cleveland Browns drilled in sunshine with the temperature around 70 degrees Monday. Thirty-four of the 50 players on the two squads saw action in postseason bowl battle* '^Saturday. j The only player on the doubtful list j tiau 59; cauromu 49. is Arkansas fullback Donny Stone I of the South who injured a knee!Roie Creek in the East-West game at Sank... ^ Francisco. .Midway Cat Sales The South'* Brown tagged Bay-' _ _ , . , lor's B u d d y Humphrey, the u . ' c "•» Cre * k «**»•»« Midway Ca, two's leading paster, for the No. rT*' 34 ' 22 ' "> a Cl ^ ^e" 6 bas 1 quarterback post in Moad*>'* ,**"**» **»* Played Monday nigh lots and 1,286 points for the run ner-up Bearcats (5-0). The poll was based on game played through Saturday Dec. 2 Kansas State (7-1), by virtue o their 69-68 victory over Missou in the first round of the Big Eigh Tournament, wrested third plac from unbeaten North Carolina b 843 points to 797. North Carolina State (6-1), though idle last week, moved u a notch into fifth place with 46 points, displacing West Virginia which fell all the way to lit place by losing to Northwestern 118-109. The Wildcats (6-1) soare from 12th to sixth. Their 44 points barely topped the 435 tot of Michigan State (44), which a vanced from ninth to sevent place. Unbeaten Mississippi State (8-0 and Auburn (6-0) each dropped notch to eighth and ninth, respe lively, Unbeaten Bradley, which d feated Dartmouth and Gonzag for its sixth and seventh triumph jumped from 13th to 10th, replac ing Xavier. Th« top JO, with llMt-pl»c« vote In pare&ttieces: 1. Kentucky (63) .............. 1,338 3. Cincinnati (&p) .............. i,2a 3. Kansu State (6) ............ &•) 4. North Carolina (13) ......... . iy 5. N. C. Stat* .................. 46 8. Northwestern ................ 44 7. Michigan State U) .......... 43 8. Mississippi State (1) ........ 377 9. Auburn (1) ................. 36 10- Bradley ............ ^i The second 10: West Virginia 273 St. Joseph 1 ! of Philadelphia 198; S John's of Brooklyn 186; Teunesse ae&aon, HULA BOWL HONOLULU » - AU-Aaerica quarterback Bandy Duaca® vi love, is expected here a&w ii» BOM Bowl game to Uf» MTV- ouu tor the 13th annual Hai» £wrJ Jan.«. i MCSMOXP u the Shaw Gym. Car Sak& held a 7-4 lead *t ti* quarto-, but failed to score urn HKOO& period when moved out U O '*'** paced the winners i> tor toe losers. Both rtcords in league CtTO* Tuarj* '«/ Johnson's at the Shaw inon* ,. 3 o 0 sbert Lea 3 'o 0 6 #chest«r , 2 00 4 ustln 2 a o 4 orth Mankato o 2 0 0 watonna o 3 0 0 Faribault 0 3 0 0 RESULTS MONDAY Austin s, Owatonna 7 GAMES TONIGHT Austin at Albert Lea rarlbault at North Mankato Owatonna at Rochester Clemson Won't Bank on Help From Weather NEW ORLEANS, La. (AP) — Clemson isn't banking on any help rom the weatherman againsl Louisiana State's national cham >ions in the Sugar Bowl New Year's Day. But it's no secret a wet field will impede the speedy Bayou Bengals. Forecasters said they don't ex- >ect any rain on the 82,000 fans Thursday, but heavy showers were on tap for today and Wednesday and a heavy field probably will greet the teams. Coach Frank Howard had his Clemson squad working out in mild, springlike weather at Biloxi, Miss., Monday. The balding veteran of 19 seasons at Clemson said — perhaps with tongue in cheek— ae hoped the good weather will last. Coach Paul Dietzel of undefeated LSU had little comment on the weather. One of his toughest regular season games was 7-6 muddy victory over Mississippi State, a team his Bengals were favored to beat by a prohibitive margin. Coaches who gathered for a Sugar Bowl get-together said a soggy turf would definitely hurt LSU's chances. They quickly conceded LSU had a lot of chances ;o hurt with oddsmakers quoting the Tigers favorites by two touchdowns plus. Howard's Atlantic Coast Conference champions, by his own admission, like to "four-yard" the opposition, meaning the Tigers like to hammer away for short yardage. Clemson has no speed burner to match All America halfback Billy Cannon, who strides the 100-yard dash in something like 9.7 seconds, but Howard's formula has been successful during his long tenure at Clemson. He put the Tigers in five postseason bowls before the 1958 season. Pin Winners Named at Rieeville Bow) RICEV1LLE, Iowa — Winners In the Rieeville Bowl men's singles and doubles competition last week were posted today. Singles winners were Merlyn Vote, 614; Ronald Oulman, 604: Elmo Clapp and Leonard Larson each 574; Roy Lubbert, 570; Harold Engelhardt, 562 and Henry while Bob McAlistet and, Paul Laufle each sewed twice. Austin spotted Owatenna a 14 lead in the first period on goals by Olsen and Ctsperson, but tied th« tcore S-S it the end of the second frame when Beckel, Laufle and Garth Seavy flashed the red Ight. Owatonna's lone goal was tallied by Frltch. Both .teams tallied twice in the third period to send the fame into overtime. Gibson broke the ice for the visitors, but McAlister, aided by Johnson, made it 4-4 before Laufle, assisted by McAlister, gave Austin a 5-4 lead. Gibson then counted again for Owatonna at 15:45 to tie the score 5-8. In the overtime, Gibson, assisted by Schaefer, moved Owatonna out in front, «-5, but McAlister, assisted by Beckel, produced another tie. Owatonna's McDonald made it 74 for the visitors, but Beckel scored on an assist from McAlister to tie the score 7-7 and tallied the winning goal unassisted. The contest was originally, scheduled Sunday, but was moved back because of poor ice. Two other league games, North Mankato at Winona and Faribault at Rochester were, postponed Sunday and will be made up at a later date. Three league games are ached uled tonight with Austin play al Albert Lea, Faribault at North Mankato and Owatonna at Roch ester. Winona, the defending champion and Albert Lea lead' the race with 3-0 records. Austin spare* — J. Petenen, N Johnson, D. Auer, R. Ludwlg. Brick son. Seavy, B. BOB. Weber. B. Auer Owatonna spares—McDonald, Proulx Olsen, Canoll, Von Mende, Tut, SCORING First period — Olson, 10:41; CM person. 14 KM. Second period — Beckel (B. Bo*) «25; Frltch. 8:58; LauHe (Beckel), 10:08: Seavy. 11 *«. Third period — Olbson, 1J«; Me- Allster (Johnson) 14:51; I«un« (Mc- Allater 15:36; Gibson. 15:45. Overtime — Gibson (Schaefer) 1:37: MoAllster (Beckel) 2:41; McDonald, 3:38: Beckel (McAlister) 8:57; Beckel, 9:52, SCORE BY PERIODS: Austin 0 3 3 J—8 Owatonna, a a J 2—7 STOPS: Hansen 13 IS 15 10—53 Wodarzek is 12 u Horstman, 550. Doubles winners were Ray How land and Chinks Hammerstrom. 1152; Elmo Clapp and Glendon Stark, 1134; John Grace and Ben Halverson, 1126; Harold Engelhardt and Frank Johnson, 1118: William Diederich and Dean Conger, 1106;' Dean Conger and Chinks Hammerstrom, 1094; and Merlyn vote and Mick Hammerstrom 1088. Austin Hancen Boa Au«r McAlister Laufle Beckel ton. G D D C W W Owatonna Wodarzek Sanders Prltch Oaspenon Schaefe Oltaon HAD DAVIS CUP TIGER PACI SITTIRS — Three halfbacks who collect the yardage for top- rated Louisiana State go on a chase in Sugar Bowl training camp Monday. Don Purvis moves to keep from reach of Johnny Robinson (34) and Billy Cannon (20). Cannon, Robinson and Purvis lead club in that order for rushing yardage gained during season. LSD meets Clemson at New -Orleans New Year's Day, (AP Photofax.) Kentucky Rolls Over Navy and Boosts Victory String By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer Add St. John's (N.Y.), Oklahoma City, Dartmouth, Texas A&M, and Oregon State to the list of Christmas week tournament champions, but keep Kentucky on top in the reckoning for the team to beat in college basketball this season. Adolph Rupp's Wildcats, who wrapped up their tournament package week ago in the Kentucky Invitational, ran their all-winning streak to nine Monday night with an 82-69 victory over Navy. Johnny Cox ripped in 23 points. So far the Kentuckians are show- Ing every indication they're able to follow up the championship they nailed in the NCAA Tournament last March, although Cox is the only holdover from the regular unit of a season ago. Their victory over v Navy and Jerry West's 44-point show • in fifth-ranked West Virginia's 76-72 decision over Tennessee were the only regular game developments to brak through the rash of tournament competition. No fewer than 16 major tournaments were in action and five crowned their champion. St. John's, behind a brilliant 33- point show by sophomore Tony Jackson, whipped St. Joseph's (Pa.) 90-79 in the ECAC Holiday Festival at New York's Madison Square Garden. Oklahoma City was rude host again, bagging its third All-College title at home by turning back Duquesne 75-59 hi the final. AUSTIN DAILY HERALD SPORTS Air Force to Use Platoons DALLAS (AP) — The concensus is that you shouldn't feel too sorry for "little" Air Force Academy in its battle with big Texas Christian in the Cotton Bowl Thursday. Manpower may not have anything to do with it and if it does, Air Force seems to have enough to take care of the situationl. Coach Ben Martin is using the two-unit system and plans to continue it in the Cotton Bowl. Even against Iowa, the strongest team played during the season, he was able to substitute by the clock. That was the day Air Force fought the mighty Hawkeyes to a 13-13 tie. Thus, any idea that Texas Christian, which is a bulky three deep and play* it second and third teams almost as much as the first, will overpower Air Force might not hold water. Coach Abe Martin of Texas Christian wouldn't say he thought reserve strength would be the major point — he merely declared that "I think the second team will have a lot to do with this game." Martin said he figured TCU should be favored because it was deeper. But he also pointed out that his well-conditioned team didn't need too much substituting. Spartans and Michigan Win, but Iowa Tumbles By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Michigan State and Michigan scored tournament victories Monday night but Iowa lost in the title game of the Far West Classic by one point and Minnesota was beaten again by Washington. The undefeated Spartans notched their fifth straight by pounding Duke 82-57 in the first round of the Dixie Classic at Raleigh, N.C. Michigan had little trou- )le with Princeton and won 71-58 n the Motor City Tournament at Detroit. In the Farwest Classic at Corvallis, Ore., Iowa was nipped by Oregon State, 72-71, and at Seattle Minnesota lost to Washington for the second straight time, 73-57. Michigan State took a 33-14 half- ime lead and coasted behind the ine play of Lance Olson and Johnny Green. Olson scored 17 points while Green and Bob Anderegg tossed in 14 each. Michi:an State meets undefeated North Carolina tonight in the second ound of the classic tonight. Michigan grabbed its fifth vic- tory in six starts and its fourth straight as sophomore John Tidwell whipped in 21 points. Three of the other five Wolverines used scored in double figures. Michigan meets Detroit for the tournament title tonight. Minnesota managed to hold Washington to a 34-34 halftime tie but scored only 23 points in the second half while the Huskies netted 39 and won going away. The Gophers' high man was Ver ry Butler with 14 points. Lee Herman's free throw with two seconds remainnig pulled ore- gon state to its narrow victory over Iowa. Dave Gunther, scoring 34 points, for the second straight game, led all scorers. Herman had 33. The loss was Iowa's fifth in eight games. Aside from the two Michigan teams playing in tournaments, Illinois and Wisconsin also will be in action tonight The Illini (5-1) take on Kentucky, the nation's No. 1 team at Louisville. Wisconsin (2-5) will be at Butler. Dartmouth, with driving Chuc] Kaufmann netting 22 points, won the Queen City Tournament a Buffalo 72-69 over*Canisius. Texas AAM downed Texas Christian 61-45 for the Southwest Con ference Tournament title, ani Oregon State won the Far Wes Classic at Corvallis, Ore., toppinj Iowa 72-71. Plays LSU in Finals Mississippi, a 71-47 winner ove Florida, meets LSU in the Gato Bowl wlndup at Jacksonville b night. LSU beat Georgia 63-# Monday night. Defending cham pion Memphis State and Missis sippi State play for the Sugar Bow championship in New Orleans Memphis State nipped Loyola the South 73-71 and Mississipp State dropped Maryland 56-45. Detroit and Michigan are final ists at the Motor City Tournamen in Detroit, Michigan after a 71-5 victory over Princeton and Detroit after a 98-87 decision ove | Army. In the Richmond Invitation final, it's Richmond vs. Penn State. In Richardson and i/ Cop Doubles 10-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Tuesday, Dec. 30, 1958 LIKE CONVERSION RULE Favor Return of Goal Posts to Goal Line By BOB MYERS Associated Press Sports Writer poll conducted by the organization: PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Thej 1. Should the 2-point conversion Football Writers Assn. of America I be retained? the Hurricane tourney (the old Orange Bowl) in Miami, it's— appropriately enough — Miami of Ohio vs. Miami of Florida. K-State Meets Colorado Kansas State, a 73-59 winner winner over Oklahoma, plays Colorado for the Big Eight Tournament title at Kansas City, and Utah State meets Ohio University for the All-American city title at Owensboro, Ky. Four giants of the hardwoods have reached the semifinals in the tournament of tournaments —the By Witt ORIMSLEY Associated Prett Sfrerts Writer BRISBANE, AUfttttlii (AP) America'! Ham Richardson and Alex Olmedo made a drimittc <- Imost impossible — comeback ust when all seemed lost today and won the double* over Mai Anderson and Neale Fraser to move within one step of recapturing the Davis Cup from Aus- ralla. Behind two sets and their backs squarely up against the wall, Richardson, the No. U.S. player, and Olmedo, the borrowed Peruvian, won an exhausting four>our marathon 10-12, 3-6, 16-14, 6-3, 7-S. The triumph gave the underdog Yanks a 2-1 lead in the best-of- five competition and put them hi a favorable position to clinch the international tennis trophy in the final singles Wednesday. Olmedo, who scored a eensa- tional first-day victory over Anderson, will play Wimbledon champion Ashley Cooper in the first match, while Barry MacKay of Dayton, Ohio, will meet weary, harried Anderson in the final test. The confident American camp is sure, the 22-year-old Olmedo, who is playing brilliant tennis, will whip Cooper, the world's top amateur, and make the final match a mere formality. But even if he fails, the most rabid Australians concede MacKay, with his booming service, stands a good chance of licking Anderson, a chronic worrier who now is fetting over two straight setbacks. It was Anderson, his legs wobbly from weariness, who finally cracked in the 81st game, losing his service at love in the llth game of the fifth and final set. First he netted a weak volley. Then two fine shots by Richardson made it 0-40, and finally Olmedo won the game-clinching point with a great lob. Fraser, who played well most of the way, smashed the ball at Alex's feet. The National Collegiate champion from Southern California swung and the ball wafted over the Aussies' heads, just within the baseline. Uses Big Servi&ces Then Olmedo, with the sweet scent of victory urging him on, unleashed the biggest services of his career, won the 12th and deciding game without the loss of a point. The turning point in the match favors retention of the new two- point conversion rule and return of the goal posts to the goal line in college football. The members voted against a return to the platoon system. Bert McGrane, veteran grid expert with the Des Moines Register and Tribune and secretary of the Football Writers Assn., today announced the results of a national /owa, Bears Ease Drills tor Rose Bow/ PASADENA, Calif. (AP) -Hard work was behind Iowa and California today and whatever the rivals have cooked up for the Rose Bowl battle must remain top secret until New Year's Day. Coach Pete Elliott of California planned a one-hour session today. The Bears had a rough session of almost two hours Monday. Forest Evashevski of the Big Ten champions had similar plans Yes—315 No — 124 Do you favor return to the one- i point conversion? Yes — 127 No — 247 Should goal posts be returned to the goal line? Yes — 345 No — 102 Do you favor platoon system? Yes — 201 No — 242 power-packed Raleigh. It's Dixie Classic in Cincinnati against North Carolina State, and a pair of unbeatens, North Carolina against Michigan- Stte. Cincinnati Wins Cincfnnati, winning its sixth straight, whipped Wake Forest 9470 in first-round Play. Oscar Robertson scored 29 points. North Carolina State went into overtime to nip Louisville 67-61, return of the Michigan State battered Duke 8157 and North Carolina, the defending champ, humbled Yale 92-65. Unbeaten St. Francis (Pa.) and The poll was taken at the sug-^^f Washington, Davidson and gestion of Coach Bud Wilkinson of Ff ° rt j ham reach ,^ the semifinals Oklahoma, presumably as a guide :? f the Carrousel ****»! at Char- to recommendations bylL 0 "*' *' C ' Th " Frankies beat the Coaches Assn. to the National ^^ "i. 65 . ™ d P 1 '* Rules Committee. probably came during the intermission after the Americans survived the hour-and-a-half third set. Pancho Gonzales, world professional champion, suggested they use the old tandem maneuver to offset the effectiveness of Fraser's service returns. Australian Rallied The American did so in the fourth set when serving to Fraser in the backhand court. Instead of the man at the net playing the Auerbach and Arizin Reach 'Milestones' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A couple of milestones have been reached by Paul Aritln and Red Auerbach in the National Basketball Assn. , Arizin, the Philadelphia Warriors' sharpshooter, passed the 10,000 point mark in the NBA, and Boston Coach Red Auerbach was presented with his SOOt hNBA vio- tory by Bob Cousy. The Philadelphia star, a 10- year-old ex-Marine, joined a select group of 4 in the 10,000-plua elub when he clicked fof 25 points in leading the Warriors to a disputed 95-93 victory over Minneapolis in the first game of a doubleheader at St. Louis Monday night, St. Louis, paced as usual by towering Bob Pettit, whipped Cincinnati in the second contest, 124112. That moved the Hawks IH games in front of Detroit in the Western Division. Boston pulled 4V4 games ahead of New York in the East with its 107-105 triumph over Syracuse on Cousy's S points in the last 90 seconds. Arizin was just five points short of five figures when he went against Minneapolis. He pumped in 25. That put him into the eliU set with George Mikan, the retired Minneapolis great, Dolph Schayes of Syracuse, Ed Macauley, now coach of the St. Louts Hawks, and Cousy. Gopher Quint Drops Series to Washington By THE ASSOCIATED PRESf Minnesota wound up its non- conference season by Idsing a two- game series to Washington Monday night, 73-57, while state colleges whipped through holiday invitational basketball tourneys. The Gophers return to William's Arena where they meet the Wisconsin Badgers Saturday in their Big Ten opener. Hamline climaxed its entry in the NAIA tourney at Quincy, 111., by taking the consolation championship, defeating Illinois Wesleyan, 74-63. Duluth Branch got by Huron College, 76-71, in the Huron Invitational and will meet Lincoln, Mo., 71-58 winner over Augustana of Sioux Falls, in the final tonight. The losers meet in the consolation round. Luther of Decorah, Iowa, upset defending champion Concordia, backhand side and the server coming up on the left, the netman parked himself on the same side as the server. Fraser lost his effectiveness completely in returns. He was so rattled that in five services in the fourth set, the Americans lost only two points. FIGHT RESULTS DAIiLAS — Paul Jorgenseu, 129, The writers voiced opinions of other phases of the college game. There was a sharp trend against the rule placing the ball on the 20-yard line when a punt or kickoff is downed in the end zone. Recommendations ranged from playing it from the goal line to the 5 or 10-yard line. There was a plea for uniformity of professional, college and high for the Hawkeyes. A spirited dum-' scn ° o1 rules - Sc >me suggested that my workout Monday featured the \ tne National Rules Committee quit pinpoint passing of All-America quarterback Randy Duncan. Cal's quarterback star, Joe Kapp, was healthy after a bad cold, and both teams figure to be in excellent shape for the game, j Tribune spoke for several who tampering with the game entirely for five years or so. Some favored complete elimination of points after touchdown. Wilfrid Smith of the Chicago Elliott named his probable starting lineup but cautioned it was subject to revision. As it stands, Kapp heads a backfield of halfbacks Jack Hart and Hank Olguin and fullback Bill Patton. Across the line, Elliott named ends Jerry Lundgren and Tom favored letting a kicking team ground its punt anywhere on the field. Still others recommended letting either team run with a loose or fumbled ball. Free substitutions were favored and condemned. There was strong sentiment Bates, tackles Pete Newell and against , the present one - arm block ' Frank Sally, guards Pete Domotp lng rule and several su isested and Don Piestrup and center Terry Jones. Most observers look for a high scoring game. One expert predicted 30 or more points for each team. ENTRY LIMIT NEW YORK W — The United States Golf association Monday established a limit of 128 contestants for the Women's Amateur golf championship. Additional Sports on pogt 15 that a team trailing on the scoreboard be permitted to receive a kickoff regardless of which team scored last. Nadir, Oligarchy Top List for Bowl Race MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Claiborne Farm's Nadir and Brookmeade Stable's Oligarchy head the list of 32 handicap horses nominated for the $20,000 added .Orange Bowl Handicap, a mile and a sixteenth feature to be run at Tropical Park Handicap the following Saturday. I a 62-55 overtime winner over i. dfeated '[Port Arthur, Tex., outpointed Bobby " — Youngstown, Ohio, 10; pi tt «,7 fi r Pitt 85-76 and George Washington LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Budeii stitch. UP ANP UNDER — Dave Gunther of Iowa slips under guard of Gary Goble of Oregon State College during action in the Far West tourney Monday night at Corvallis. Oregon State defeated Iowa, 72-71, to retain championship. (AP Photofax) 83-73, and Bemidji got by St. Olaf, 65-60, in the first round of Paul Bunyan tourney at Bemidji. Winners and losers decide titles tonight. Host St. Thomas beat Eau Claire State, 66-55, and St. Cloud State tromped on Macalester, 7455, in Minnesota Intercollegiate tourney openers, while Iowa Teachers beat Gustavus Adolphus, 85-78, and Wartburg defeated Northern Illinois, 71-63, in the Tall Com tournament first round at Waverly, Iowa. Finals of the Tall Corn event will be played at Cedar Falls, Iowa, tonight. Minnesota's defeat followed the same pattern as in the first game, with Washington's Huskies pouring it on in the second half. The game was tied 34-34 at intermission, but with the loss of Ron Johnson and Paul Lehman on fouls the Gophers were powerless in the windup. Bruno Boin again led the Huskies second half splurge. Staples Raps Falcon Quint STAPLES, Minn. — Hot shooting Staples poured in 26 field goals in 49 attempts to defeat Faribault of the Big Nine Conference, 71-47 here Monday night. Staples grabbed a 11-9 lead at the end of the quarter and stayed in front the rest of the way. They pulled out 32-20 at halftime and it was 51-32 at the three-quarter mark. Balanced scoring and lots of it sparked the Staples quint. Center John Erickson set the pace with 21 points, followed by Arnold Judd with 15 and Roy Gorder with 11. Richard Good and Gary Boss- bart tallied 11 apiece for the Falcons. The setback snapped a three- game winning streak for Faribault and left them with a 3<f record. They play undefeated Wadena tonight to close the two-day road trip. The setback left Big Nine teams with a 12-8 record against non conference schools. \

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