The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 31, 1958 · Page 7
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1ASKETBAU IN SPOTLIGHT Austin Cage Tearrts in Action Saturday Several tournaments and non- conference games produces plenty o! activity for Big Nlnfe basket ball teams this weekend. On the home front Ove Berven's Austin Packers, Marty Crowe'* Pacelll Shamrocks, and Hal Cuff's Austin Junior College •11 see action Saturday night. Hibbing will provide the opposl- tion for the Packers and Blue Devils in a doubleheader at high school gym. the the Austin-Ribbing game foes on at 7:90 p.m., followed .by the Austin JO-Hibblng JC nightcap. Both Berven and Cuff have been holding daily workouts for their clubs to get them ready for this first competition of the new year and final preparations will be com* pleted Friday. The Packers carry a 44 record against the Iron Range visitor^ while the Blue Devils have won three and lost three. AUSTIN DAILY HERALD SPORTS Wednesdby, Dec. 31, '58 AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD-7 Austin Hockey Team trips Albert Lea 6-3 S-M HOCKEY STANDINGS W L _T Ptl. Wlnona ,,,..3 0 *0 Rochester ,.3 0 0 Albert Lea .....3 1 0 Austin 3 2 0 N. Mankato 1 a 0 Owatoiltia ,...0 4 0 Fnrlbaun 0 4 0 RESULTS TUESDAY Austin 6, Albert Lea 3 , Rochester 8, Owatonn* 1 N. Uankato 12, Farlbault 0 GAMES SUNDAY K. M&nkato at Austin Albert Lea at Wlnona Rochester at Owatonn*. Secret Drill for Hawkeyes ; PASADENA, Calif. Ml — What fs Coach-Forest Evahsevski up to now? Could it be trying to put a new crease in the brow of Pete Elliott, nis coaching opponent in the Rose Bowl football game Thursday? ' The Hawkeyes are top favorites against the California Bears. Is Evy worried enough to bar every one but the players and the staff from the Iowa training camp? Whatever it is, that's what he did Tuesday — barred everyo n e from the practice field. The gates were closed to all newsmen and everybody el»e except tilt player* and the staff. Evaahevski offered no words of explanation. What he bad in mind was disclosed only to hit assistants with whom he met in private in the hotel dining room after breakfast. Among the guesses propounded waa that Evashevski wanted to try out a few new wrinkle* he wai keeping under his hat or that he haa cooked up aomtthinf secret in the way of defense. The surprise more for secrecy marked the Hawkeyea final day of hard drill*. The program for today called only for a light session in full football regalia. Conjecture about the outcome Thursday centered around the chances of California giving Iowa a much harder time than theodds- makers think. The secret drill and the speculation, however, made no dint on those laying odds. The Hawks wer* still a favorite by at least three touchdown*. Name Campy Dodger Coach LOS ANGELES (AP)-Campy'* coming back to the Dodgers. Roy Campanella, the great catcher whose bat and unflagging spirit sparked the Dodgers to pennants before they moved from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, will be spring at Vero Sparked by two goals by Gary Claridge, the Austin Merchant hockey team defeated Albert Lea 63 in a Southern Minnesota League game played at Albert Lea Tuesday night. Following Monday night's makeup victory over Owatonna, it left Austin in a four-way tie for first place with Winona, Rochester and Albert Lea, each with six points. In other league games last night, Rochester bested Owatonna, 8-2, and North Mankato walloped winless Faribault, 12-0. Austin moved out- 2-0 in the Before the Hibbing teams move* to Austin, they play at Roches* ter Friday night. Pacelll, recent winner of the Loy ola Holiday Invitational title at Mankato, takes on once-beaten Minneapolis De La ,Salte At the Shamrock gym Saturday. Pacelli carries a 9-1 record against the Islanders, which suffered a 58-48 defeat at the hands of Red Wing last Saturday to snap a ftve<game winning string. While Pacelli waa busy in the Loyola tourney, De La Salle tuned up for this colorful attraction by beating an Alumni team. There is a possibility that the contest, slated at 8:16 p.m., wil be moved up to Friday or back to Sunday night in an effort to avoid conflict with the Austin- Hibbing doubleheader. However, at this time Pacelli officials have tailed to make a definite announcement. Mankato and Albert Lea will be involved in holiday tournaments at home. ' * At Majikato Friday night, Owatonna meets St. James and the Scarlets take on Jackson. The losers meet in the consolation game Saturday with the two first round winners battling for the title. The tournament has been resumed after a'two-year layoff. Fergus Falls plays Sioux Falls, S. D., and Albert Lea takes on Mound in the first round at Albert Lea Friday. The losers and winners are paired together Saturday night. Elsewhere, SYRACUSE PANZER SQUAD—Known •as the "Panter Squad" because of their German ancestry are these backs scheduled as starters for Syracuse in Orange Bowl New Year's Day against Oklahoma. Left to right are Chuck Zimmerman, quarterback;' Gerhard Schwedes, fullback; Ed Keiffer, fullback; and Tom Stephens, left halfback. Schwedes is a German-born athlete. (AP Photofax) Wyoming, LSU, Iowa, TCU, * Oklahoma Bowl Favorites Winona entertains firest period with Claridge breaking the ice at 19:37 on an assist by Jerry Peterson. Dale Beckel cracked the Albert Lea nets at 19:59 unassisted. Bob McAlister made it 3-0 to open scoring in the second period before Albert Lea's Jerry Earl counted on an assist from Slithers. Peterson scored at IT: 52 to give Austin a 4-1 lead at the end of the second period. Goals by John Luney and Math- ewi of Albert Lea opened the third period and slimmed Austin's lead 4-3, but Claridge, aided by Peterson, knocked in his second goal, of the game and Paul Laufle, on an assist from Beckel, added another to cinch the victory. The fame was well played as only six penalties were charged. George flansen had a good night in the nets with 36 stops. Gene Ooodro turned in the three- go*! hat trick to spark Rochester over Owatonna. The Colts held a 1-0 lead *t the quarter and it was 9-1 going into the final frame when five goals by Rochester cinched the contest. North Mankato bad no trouble beating Faribault, scoring lour goals hi the first period, six in the second and two in the third. Dick Lyons led the attack with four goals and one assist. More action is due Sunday afternoon when North Mankato plays at Austin, Albert Lea at Winona and Rochester at Owatonna. Lake City, Waseca plays at Northfield and Faribault at Cannon Falls. Saturday night Winona takes on Alexander Ramsey at home while Red Wing plays at Virginia. One game is slated in the Ra- voux Conference at Mankato Loyola plays St. Felix at Wabasha. The Pacelli-Winona Cotter game, originally slated Friday night, has been moved back to Jan. 6. Lane, Ortiz Clash Tonight MIAMI, Fla. W — With the possibility of a shot at the lightweight title the prize, Kenny Lane of Muskegon, Mich., and Carlos Ortiz of New York meet in a scheduled 10-round bout tonight. The fight will be televised nationally over the ABC network starting at 10 p.m. EST. Lane, rated a 7-5 favorite, fought here five times, and never lost. It will be Ortiz' first appearance in the Miami area. Neither man is rated a heavy puncher, any edge in that department going to Ortiz. Lane is rated the No. 1 lightweight contender by Ring Maga tine, while Ortiz is given that spot by the National Boxing Assn., so tonight's battle between the two skilled little men should settle that issue. Lane already has had one ahot at Joe Brown's title. He lost a decision to Brown in the cham By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wyoming, Louisiana State, Iowa, Oklahoma and Texas Christian are favored to win the major bowl games in college football's final big fling Wednesday and New Year's Day. Wyoming 7-3 is a 3% point choice over Hardin - Simmons 6-4 in the Sun Bowl, which has the spotlight to itself today. This 24th annual affair will lure about 15,000 fans at El Paso, Texas. Kickoff time is 3 p.m. CST. The big guns start firing on Thursday before about 343,000 "live" fans and millions of television viewers around the country. Louisiana State, 10-0, the nation's No. 1 team, the only major college all-winning outfit, and the "Team of the Year" in The Associated Press year-end poll, is a 15 point choice over the Clemson Tigers 8-2 in the Sugar Bowl. South Team Has Edge in Senior Bowl MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — The 6.4- yard rushing average of Florida State's Bobby Renn gives the South team for Saturday's Senior Bowl a slight edge in that depart ment. Coach Paul Brown's Southerners averaged four yards rushing dur- If Coach Frank Howard's Tigers tnock off LSU it will go down as ;he most shocking bowl upset since Columbia stunned Stanford 7-0 in the 1934 Rose Bowl contest. A crowd of 82,000 wll see this one at New Orleans. It will be telecast by NBC 1 p.m. CST. Iowa's Big Ten champions 71-1 are 18 points favorites over California's Golden Bears 7-3 in the Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif. A crowd of 100,000 is expected to see a wide - open contest with Iowa's speed demons led by AlP America quarterback Randy Duncan and Cal paced by quarterback Joe Kapp. This is the second half of an NBC TV doubleheader. Starting time is 4 p.m. CST. Oklahoma's deep Sooners 9-1 are rated 12% points over the Syracuse Orange 8-1 in the Orange Bowl at Miami. The ninth ranking New Yorkers are a team bent on a mission. An upset of the fifth • ranking Oklahoma would help ease the memory of the 61-6 shellacking Syracuse absorbed fro Alabama in this same Orange Cage Stock in Big 10 Rates High By TUG ASSOCIATED PRESS Big Ten basketball stock, reached new heights Tuesday night despite a split in the four games played b y conference teams. Michigan State, one of the favorites in the title race which Opens Saturday, defeated previously undefeated North Carolina, 7558, in semifinal play of the Dixie Classic at Raleigh, N.C. Michigan Winner Michigan won its first holiday tournament c h a m pionship by trouncing Detroit, 93-68, in the Mo- I tor City Classic at Detroit and II- j linois gave Kentucky, the nation's ;No. I team, a scare in dropping a 76-7$ decision to the Wildcats at Louisville. Only Wisconsin failed to im • press as the Badgers were beaten by Butler, 69-55, at Indianapolis for their sixth loss in eight games. Five Spartans scored in double figures for undefeated Michigan State with Johnny .Green grabbing honors on a 20-point output. The Olmedo Downs Cooper; Win Davis Cup Bowl in 1953. A crowd of 76,000 will be on victory was the sixth straight for MSU. Michigan had no trouble' in dumping Detroit. John Tidwell scored 22 points; George Lee, named the tournament's most valuable player, had 21 points while M. C. Burton added 19. It was the sixth triumph in seven games hand at Miami for the TV game " c ~*"L~ iUlu . |m " one ,o „ no^ or the Wolvennes. CBS 12 noon CST. Texas Christian 8-2 is the 8 point favorite over the unbeaten, once-tied Air Force Academy Falcons in the Cotton Bowl at Dallas. This game will be telecast by CBS following the Orange Bowl clash. It will start about 2:30 p.m. CST with about 7,<,000 fans on hand. In a minor bowl Thursday, Prairie View of Texas 8-0-1 meets Langston of Oklahoma 4-3 in the Prairie View Bowl at Houston, before about 10,000 fans. Kickoff is set for 12 noon CST. Auitln M. Av B. K Me.' Uu B«cl A as..11 Peso. o D D O W w — J. Albeit Lea Colitrup Bkochclni . Weatrum Luney N«laon F« tenon, D. Auer, Cluridg*, Ludwlg, B, Bo», Dfthl- btck, Weber, Joho*on. Schmidt, Er- Icksoii. Albert Lea spare* — Earl, Crockett, P. Westrum, K. Johnson, Uathew*, R. Johnson. Brown, Miller, Suther*. •COEWO Ptrlod — !•:«; B«ckel 19:99. 8«oond period — McAlUUr (Beckel) H:J2; Earl (Sutben) 17:30; Pet- enon, n:53. Third Pcrotd — Lun«r (P. Wttt- n»»> «:»; Math«w» (K. Johnson) 13:00; ClartdM (PeMr»on) 17:38; LftUt- le (Beclwl) 18:06. SCORE BY rilUOPS Au«un a a j—« Albert Lea 0 1 2—3 STOPS Hanma U U dj—36 Colitrup » 7 14—90 WATSON ICE COACH BRUNSWICK, Maine tf> Sid oa hand next Beach, Fla. Paralyzed in an automobile* accident last Jtn, M, Campanells has been making a great battle for recovery. He is still partly paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair. Dodger Vic* President Buecy Bavasi said Tuesday Campanella would coach pitching and catching candidates during spring training in Florida, then become assistant supervisor of scouting in the East. Campanella has been doing a radio show in the East. He now is strong enough to assume more active duties that will assist in his recuperative program. Mill Iowa Rejects (Sown With Leg Slit PASADENA, Calif. <* - The gown that Miss Iowa — Joanne McDonald — will wear in the Tournament of Roses parade Thursday will not be a sophiscated one with the left leg slit to the thigh. Not for Joanne. When she was fitted in such a gown Tuesday she flatly rejected it. After a search was made for another she finally selected a floor length champagne satis gown. Mo leg slits and little Watson, halfback with the Washington Redskins, Tuesday was named hockey coach at Bowdoin college. pion's most recent title defense last July 25. Johnson's Defeat Thorp Loan 42-35 Johnson's snapped a three-game losing streak to turn back Thorp Loan, 42-35, in a City League basketball game Tuesday night at the Shaw Gym. The defeat was the fourth straight for the Thorp Loan team. Johnson's moved out 11-9 at the quarter and held a slim 23-20 advantage at halftime. It was 35-31 going into the final period. Phil Bundy set the pace with 13 points, while Earl Gesme added 12. Don Rector contributed 17 for the losers. League play resumes Jan. 5 when Austin Printing takes on Nates at the high school gym and Dexter meets Dugan's at the Shaw gym. ing the past season. The North *ara of Joe Kuharich averaged 3.9 yards. Renn's leading average is followed by a 5.6 figure posted by Georgia's -big fullback, Theron Sapp. The North's leading ground- gainer, Ted Colna of George Wash ington, also has a 5.6 average. Other leading runners for the North are Mike McCluskey, Wash ington, 4.9; Joe Morrison, Cincinnati, Alan Miller, Boston College and Norm Odyniee, Notre Dame 4.7 each; and Chuck Morrell Washington State, 4.3 The South's Alex Hawkins o South Carolina averaged 4.7 am Don Brown of Houston 4.4 during the year. In aggregate figures, the South runners picked up 3,446 yards in Illinois, playing without Roger aylor who left the game after minutes had elapsed because E a Charley horse, was tied with Kentucky at halftime, 37-37. Ken- ucky went into a 71-61 lead late n the second half when the Illini ut on a blistering rally to come within one point. Trails at Halftime Wisconsin fell behind Butler, 384, at halftime and never could get ahead. Brian Kulas and Ray iross had 18 points each for the iadgers. Michigan State meets North Carilina State tonight for the Dixie Classic championship and Northwestern takes on Notre Dame at Svanston. Ohio State plays Brig- lam Young Thursday night at Co- umbus. All teams will rest Friday 867 carries, compared with 2.98C yards in 731 tries by the North backs. The South rushed for 237 points 44 by Renn. Morrison's 56 points was tops among 224 for the North. Despite such fine ball-carriers, both Brown and Kuharich have indicated they intend to go to the air quite a bit. The South holds a 5-4 lead in the Senior Bowl series, which has marked the pro debut of numerous players now in professional ranks. About 38,000 fans are expected. NBC will televise the game ^blacking out an area within a radius of Mobile. Kickoff is at 2 p. m. (CST). PAUL BUKYAN TOURNEY Ctuwplonthip Bemidji SUt* Bl. Luther It Consolation Concord!* 76, St. OM 70 Cincinnati and N. Carolina Top-Ranking Powers, Fall THE LINEUP — Bob Boozer, Kansas State's top scorer, leads line of four players as he nabs rebound in championship game of Big Eight Conference tourney Tuesday night. K-State, with Boozer getting 32 points, beat Colorado 67-66. Behind Boozer are Colorado's Don Walker, with arm showing, and Kansas State's Steve Douglas. At extreme right is Colorado's Gerry Schroeder (14). (AP Photofax) Celtics' Victory String Shattered; Lakers Win By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer Mighty Cincinnati and North Carolina bave bitten the dust. lead and held it to upset Cincy and All America Oscar Robertson, who scored 29 points. Big John Orleans. Bailey Howell was the big man for the Maroons with 28 points. Richter of Philadelphia scored 26 j Other tournament champions points for the victors. Unbeaten Kentucky bad to weather a scoring spree by surprisingly tough Illinois in the last four minutes to scrape past the >efore going into tion Saturday. conference ac- Scfioencfiensf Flat on Back but Optimistic W — Red Schoen- on his back in t ST: LOUIS dienst is flat hospital, convalescing from tuberculosis, but an avalanche of mail shows the fans haven't forgotten him. The graceful second baseman of th* Milwaukee Braves said the thousands of get-well letters have helped him in his determination to return to big league baseball. "I'll play again," the 35-year-old Schoendienst said in an interview ALEX OLMEDO LSU to Bank on Speed to Beat Clemson By W. B. RAGSDALE JR. BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) Coach Paul Dietzel said today Louisiana State will count on speed and spirit to match Clemson's mighty line, but warned his boys better be quicker or they'll get their brains knocked out." LSU's national champions are a solid two-touchdown favorite in the 25th annual Sugar Bowl football game Thursday. However, there was a possibility of occasional rain, which could iclp Clemson. Dietzel ended practice Tuesday with a brisk workout, concentrat- ng on Clemson offensive and defensive patterns. He planned no workout today, but will hold astiff indoor briefing on game plans. Clemson ended its work in Biloxi, Miss., and will travel to New Orleans today for a brief workoul in Sugar Bowl stadium. LSU will ;ravel to New Orleans by bus Thursday in time -for the game. ."Clemson plays hard, tough football," Dietzel said. "I look for them to try to overpower us, out- muscle us. They'll try to beat us up badly and wear us down. "I don't mean they'll play dirty I mean they'll hit bard and try to take advantage of their extra weight. We'll be' given away IS pounds per man in the line." The LSU coach said he learned that kind of football as an tssis tant to.Paul (Bear) Bryant, now head coach at Alabama. Dietiel said be figured Clemson would batter the lightweight LSU By WILL GRIMSLEY Associated Press SfMft* Writer Brisbane, Australia (AP)-AK Olmedo, 'a modern, racket-swinj ing miraole frorii far-off Pdru, H captured the Davis Cup for tb United States today and in th process shattered Ashley Cooper 1 world amateur tennis throne. / In a fantastic exhibition of pois and court craftsmanship, the 2J year-old national collegiate chart pion from Southern Californl smashed the Australian, Wirabli don and U.S. champion 6-3, 4-1 6-4, 8-6, to send the coveted cu back to America for the first tlm since 1954. The final count of the Challeng Round was 3<2. Barry MacKay » Dayton, Ohio, was beaten by Mf| Anderson in the final singles 7-J 13-11,11-9. This was an anticllma* for Olmedo, practically an ai known here, had clinched it whe he whipped Cooper. It was Alex who sent the U.J hopes soaring when 'he gave ther {the first point with a victory ove {Anderson, then teamed with Har {Richardson to send the.American • ahead again in the doubles with > ' victory over Anderson and. Neal Fraser after the Aussiefi had tie when Cooper licked MncKay. Finally, it was this young s6 f Peru—the first foreigner eve represent the United States I Davis Cup competition — wh quashed the world's greatest an- brought the cup back to the Unite ita'tes. - •' - ' : . ,7> Aussies Favored • Five years U.S. residence .quali led him for the American team After winning the final game:a ove, Olmedo rushed into the arm Illini It happened Tuesday night when top-ranking Kentucky and powerful Kansas state barely escaped with one-point victories. If those two bad fallen, It would have been a night of disaster for the four leading teams in college basket- bill. Cincinnati, Mo. S nation behind Kentucky, wa* racked up 69-80 by fifth-ranked, once-beaten North Carolina State in the semifinals j State to a come-from-behind, 67-66!^^"^ By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Boston's long whining streak has come to an end today and now Philadelphia is the hot team in the Eastern Division of the National Basketball Assn. The Celtics' torrid run was stopped at U. It took the resurgent. Warriors to handle the job at Philadelphia 112-105 Tuesday night in the second game of a doubleheader. Minneapolis beat Syracuse, 118-113, in the first game. Philadelphia now has a four-game win streak. Area Quints Resume Play « losing skein and stretched Syra_...„ . Austin area basketball teams cut cuses losing spell to five. Syracuse crowned Tuesday night included i short the Christmas holiday layoff! Coach Paul Seymour played the 'game under protest after officials disallowed a field goal by Al Bianchi lat* in the first half. Dolph Schayes of Syracuse was Boston's loss and a New Yor victory over Detroit, 93-90, cut th Celtics' lead over the runner up Knicks in the East to 31 games. Syracuse is ^Ma game back and threatened by Philade phia 9V» off the pace. In the fourth league game Tuesday night, St. Louis' Hawks whipped Cincinnati for the seventh straight time, 119-104. This boosted the Hawks' lead in the Western Division to 6V4 games over Detroit's Pistons. Paul Arizin, the 30 • year old Philly veteran who passed the 10,000 point mark Tuesday night, scored 35 points in leading the Warriors again. Bill Sherman 26 and Bob Cousy 25 topped thei con « with the Globe-Democrat, "even if I miss next year." Several nuns at the Mt. St. Rose Hospital occasionally have been pressed into service to help sort his mail. His father-in-law, Tim O'Reilly, one day counted 2,136 letters and cards in a box. Four other such boxes are in Red's room. Red is optimistic about the chances of a third straight pen nant for the Braves next year even without his help. "We've got too much good pitch ing, too much power and too many good boys coming up to be denied," he said. Red's physician is guarded in his comments about Schoendienst's condition. Bui he is an excellent patient, the doctor said. "He's a smart fellow, playing every angle to get well as fast as he can." Wadena Wins on Late Rally WADENA, Minn. —Undefeated Wadena marched to its sixth straight victory by defeating Faribault of the Big Nine Conference, 61-59, here Tuesday night. line, trying to control the ball and make no mistakes. "They look like Duke," he said "And we never did stop Duke," But Duke made mistakes afte muscling its way to a 6-0 lead i the firat quarter and LSU pouncec on Blue Devil errors for a 50-1 victory. of 70-year-old Perry Jones, tit J.S. captain, who has been hi jenefactor and tutor since he ar rived in the United states. It wa the wily Jones who insisted tha Olmedo be made a member of th> team over the objections of sonv members of the cup committee The Aussies had been over whelmingly favored to retain thi trophy they won seven of the pas eight ,ye«rs. This was the greates upset in the history of Davis GUI competition. '. Perhaps the most amazing par of the match was that the sea soned Cooper—who.along with An derson is ready to sign a profes sional contract with Jack Krarnr '—became unnerved; ; • Cooper serve no fewer than t double faults. Time and gain 01 medo took advantage of the tal Aussie's lapses. Wtas Four.PoiaU j ? In the first three games of tbt first set, Cooper could win onlj four pouits while Olmedo held hi> own service twice and broke th< Aussie'once. . < That was the way the matcl' went. Olmedo never let Coopei get on the offensive. f Cooper never gave up. He fough< for every point even when he wai all but beaten in the final set. FORMER GIANT DIES TROY, N. Y. (ft — J a m ^s J. Tierney, 76, road secretary to the New York baseball Giants from 1924 to 1936 died Tuesday St. Cloud and Bemidji Win Cage Tourneys It was the second setback on a road trip for the Fal- lost a 71-47 verdict as Boston scorers. to Staples Monday night. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Minnesota schools came through holiday basketball tourneys with two titles today while a visitor took honors in South Dakota. St. Cloud State knocked off St. Thomas 75-62 Tuesday night to win the Minnesota Intercollegiate affair in St. Paul, while host Be- roidji State put the cap on a late rally by Luther College of Decorah, Iowa, and claimed th* Paul Bunytn Invitational crown with a 91-76 victory. Lincoln University of Missouri retained its Huron, S. O. Invitational title by beating Duluth Branch 61-53. Four St. Cloud players, led by Bill Selisker's 18 points, bit in double figures to work, out their championship. St. Thomas, handicapped by the absence of star Roger Smed was paced by Pat Gorman's 20. straight points and closed to only a five-point deficit, 57-52. Bob K«n nedy'a 26 points and Gerry Freudenberg's 17 topped the winning effort. Bemidji led 45-31 at intermission and early in the second half had » 17 point advantage at 50-99 Third place honors went to Concordia, which defeated St. Olaf 7970. Craig Johnson connected for 28 of the Cobbers' points and teammate Barry Bowlaj had 91. St. Olaf trailed 42-37 at the hall. Duluth's Bulldogs kept in contention until the final six minutes- The difference was largely du* to the Tigers' George Pruitt wbo netted 27 points, Lincoln led 31-28 it the midway mark. For OulutJj, Bill Matson had U points. In th» consolation round Huron scored » 72-46 victory over Augustan* o( Sioux Minneapolis broke a four - game , The double setback for raribault J Egu CUir6 state .: _!„:_ __j . t >»t«u^ c,,.. u . leaves Big Nine teams with a K^n^= n ,uk o I Ohio University, Miami of Ohio, Providence, Michigan, Penn State, Louisiana State and Furman. with six non-conference games scheduled Friday and Saturday. Spring Valley, coached by Dick Ohio whipped Utah State 80-72 Knowles, plays both nights, travel Big 12-9 record against non-conference rivals. Wadena was forced to rally 23 to at °wen«boro, V-* Mian* of Ohio Kasson-Mantorville SBturday. 76-75. Sid Cohen scored pace the Wildcats their 10th victory. Big Bob Boater racked up 32 jat Miami Beach7 Providence won in the Ail-American City tourney j ing to West Concord Friday and to t°P gun with 30 points. Dick Gar- | edged Miami of Florida 89-87 in i overtime in the Hurricane tourney . points, including the vital ones, | its own invitational meet by down- The Wolves, beaten in their last j two starts, hope to improve on s maker was lugh for the 27. Sears, New York's leading in leading third-ranking Kansas | in g Boston college 67-60. Michigan j find LeRoy (24) at Cresco, O*f%*A + M « MAWHA r^HMH. U«.U1 M J **» P*» . _ ^ . . - W . \ , - - . . < 2-4 record to start the new year, j scorer, and Richie Guerin e e c h Other area attractions grabbed • 58-55 lead after trail- ling 49-41 at the end of the third i period. Waden* held a 20-11 advan- Lakers tage at the °- uarter and left the (floor at intermission with a 37-28 lead. Jim Goslin tallied 24 points to honors with a 74-67 victory over Macelejter. Bemidji kept the home fans happy only after stamping out a late splurge in which Luther scored 10 Ghwk (bison's BARBER SHOP 202 C. Appeiatnuat HI I-M7S Gtoi of the Dixie Basketball Classic at Raleigh, N.C. Then unbeaten Michigan State, No. 7, upset fourth-ranking, undefeated North Carolina 75-58 in the other semifinal. Michigan State »ad N.C. State will battle (or the title tonight. N.C. ttatt jumped into a quick victory over fired-up Colorado. The win gave th* Wildcat* the Big Eight Tournament championship at Kansas City. Mississippi State's unbeaten, eighth • ranked quintet trounced Memphis State's defending champions 79-55 in th* .linalt of the Sugar Bowl championship at N*w Motor City title at Detroit. the;while Adams (5-1) travels to Hay-' Cincinnati led St. Louis at half- field (1-5) and Elkton, undisputed j Ume in the contest at Cincinnati, leader in the Southland Confer-1 But then Bob Pettit went to work Penn State beat Richmond 61-54 in the Richmond Invitational. LSU battered Misissippi 69-53 in the Gator Bowl final at Jacksonville. Furman topped Southwestern day, Lyle hopes to crack a in ence race, entertains Freeborn. Besides the Spring Valley • Kas son - Mantorville contest Satur to boom the Royals. Cincy's Jack Twyinun got 19 of his 20 points in the first half. Then Pettit was six- assigned to Twyman and he stop- Louisiana 80-74 in the windup of: game losing string when they play th* Waiauga invitational at Johnson City, Tenn. I at Blooming Prairie. ' All games begin at 8 p m ped the Royal cold. In addition big Bob topped the scorers a* usual with 25. Gerald Van Ryn, a sophomore, collected 12 apiece for the Faribault team. It was the fourth setback in seven (tarts for the Faribault team. Kentucky 7fi. luiiioU "ii Navy 07. VauderOilt 61 Akron 76. 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