The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 6, 1959 · Page 8
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CONFERENCE If AD AT STAKE Pacelli, Cotter Tangle Northwestern and Illinois Win on Road By JOE MOOSttTL i firtt place in the Raimnt Con.Hert hart posted a H) mark In 'height advantage, but that may fcwoe* win b* the prto* tonight ; conference play, while th« fiham-'b* offset by PaeetH'i superior when AiotlB PeceHi meet* Cotter, rocks hare woo four straight. j speed and maneuverability. •t th* Winona High School gym; Cotter, which boasts plenty of) inexperience has b«et> CoUer'i « l *P m - ., L I height and shooting power, ha* •; big problem aO ttfason. The This UU* first meeting between ;M owrall record. Th«y are w>- n»mb\tn hare only two «nlor the two schools tine* Pac«iH tdg-ibeaUra against Minnesota teams,! starters, M forward Dave Vail and ed the Rambler* 44-43 in the finals; but dropped gam*« to Arcadia and 5.11 guard JOB Kosidowski Only of the State Catholic tournament i La Cross* Logan, both of Wi»con- ygil saw much action last year. la ***f ar f h> ,...,. l* in> i Three juniors round out the JttarU Following t 44-4J setback *t the; Against conference rivals, Cot-ji n g {\ vfi $.4 ce nter B^ Cyert- The saying goes that the team 'hands of De LaSalle Saturday, ter hat a better offensive record, j^j f^ard Bruce Hartert and £ which wini on the road wfll grab j night, which anapped an eight- averaging 62.2 points per game,; the Big Ten bajketbafl champion-! game winning streak. Pacelli hop*: while Pacelli has a 58.5 mark.) •hip. llut'g exactly what North- 'to get another started against toe .The Shamrocks, however, are bet-L '„ ** v . ' Kaczorowski .... . western and Ulinoii did Monday j Ramblers. night in the second round of con-1 Th*y carry a « record against ference play. j Cotter AJ a result, the Wildcat! and,""** 1 Illlni are on top In what could ] very well become one of the tight-. est races In league history. With but nine games played, only Northwestern, Illinois and Minnesota are undefeated. Minnesota has yet to play a second time, j The close scores which featured, opening day games weren't in evt-, dence Monday night. Northwest-1 ern defeated Michigan In Ann Ar- 1 bor 83-78; Illinois won at Wiscon-J sin 77-51; Indiana whipped Pur-' due 77-69, in Bloomington and Iowa dumped Michigan State 8068 in Iowa City. ' Even at this early stage of the campaign, Northwestern is the on- j ly pre-season favorite living up to' expectations. | Michigan State, lucky to get by| Indiana in its opener, was stymied by Iowa and Purdue now has an 0-2 record. Northwestern edge*d to a 40-39 { halftime lead and shortly after the! second half started was in front! 57-44. Willie Jones provided the heroics for Northwestern. He led all scorers with 26 points and captured 24 rebounds. Illinois was never in trouble against Wisconsin. The Illini raced j to a 30-23 halftime lead and then' outscored the hapless Badgers 47-! 28 in the second half. j Mixing their fast break with set j plays, the Boosters overcame a j 35-34 Purdue halftime lead and- went ahead to stay at 42-41. Frnnk i Radovlch tossed in 27 points for the Hoosiers. I Michigan State, no. 5 team In' the nation, held a 44-41 halftime lead over the Hawkeyes but were outscored 39-24 In the second half.' The Spartans dropped behind 6158 and then went scoreless for, five minutes while Iowa spurted i Into a 72-58 advantage. j Four more conference games are scheduled Saturday, Ohio State will be at Michigan In a regionally televised contest And which leads the conference t a half a gam. The Ramb- ler defensively allowing only 41.7 points against 63.0 by Cotter. The Ramblers, coached by John Nett, are certain to have the Salle after points, but trailing twice by 10 admitted they made! Undefeated Mankato and Packers to Clash Friday LORRAINE JOHNSON Women's Tog Match Tops Card Friday jtoo many mental and mechanical mistakes against a good club. He was not entirely latisllied with the team work and ball handling. No changes are expected in the Professional wrestling comes; headed for the next stop, the $20,- Pacelll lineup for tonight's game,j back to *« Austin Armory Fri-jooo Tijuana Open in Mexico Fri Venturi's Comeback Wins L. A. By BOB MYERS ! Associated Pre*s Sports Writer i LOS ANGELES fAP)-The 1959 i winter golf season was off to a j rousing start today with good-look- 'ing Ken Venturi a spectacular j winner of the first tournament on the rich money trail. As the nomadic professionals Austin juntprf back into the Bit Nine scramble Friday night and the job looks like a big «ae. The Packers boat undefeated Mankato, th* surprise team of the •conference, and t victory is necessary to keep alive hopes for the Big Nine UUe. While Mankato cornea here with , an 8-0 overall record that includes 'three straight in the title chase, Austin risks a S-I record with the Ions setback bert Lea. coming against Al- Michigan State goes to Illinois in another matinee. Night games find Indiana at Northwestern and Wisconsin at Purdue. Skiers Throng to New Runs at Virginia VIRGINIA, Minn. (AP) - Skiers atre thronging to Virginia's new Lookout Mountain ski runs are getting zooming rides, exciting scenery and cold feet. The mercury showed 14 below xero Saturday but 313 skiers turned up. Some came by private plane and others motored long distances to take advantage of one of the state's few slides that has been able to open this season. Lookout Mountain is no place for tender toes, however. It has been bitterly cold here for the past week, as cold as 29 below zero. Yet because of its newness, attractiveness, and good, packed DOWN HIS ALLEY — Lewis MacDorv-'d built an 80- foot fwo-car garage complete with a full-sized bowling alley besides his Port Huron, Mich., home. Mrs. MacDonald does the pinsetting when her husband is rolling and vice versa. His average in league competition has improved by eight pins. Rochester Yanks in S-M League The off-again-on-again Southern Minnesota Baseball League, once the most powerful semipro organi- although Mike Donovan is expected to see more action. Gary Mas- cbka will be the starting center, Leon Zender and Bob Schottler at forwards and Larry Scheid and Jack Meyers at guards. A preliminary game between the Shamrock B team and Cotter reserves goes on at 6:45 p.m. One other conference game will be played tonight as Owatonna Marian will meet Rochester Lourdes. Friday night, Pacelli hosts Lour day night, featuring a women's tag match. Competing in the main event are Lorraine Johnson, 136, Red Wing, and Marts Monroe, 131, Superior, Wis., who will match day, Venturi counted the $5,300 he picked up off his tremendous come-from-behind victory in the $35,000 Los Angeles Open. Trails by 8 Strokes At tee-off time at the Rancho Another setback for the Packers will virtually erase any chance for the title as It is unlikely a team with two defeats win share in the spoils. The Packers tuned up for the important test by edging Hibbing, 3049, in a non-conference game Saturday that found them rally- ing from t nine-point deficit at halWmt tor the victory. At the same time, Mankato was busy winning its own holiday tournament, edging Jackson, 76-74, and St. James, 60-S3. Ore B«mn is confident the club win make a better showing than they did against Hibbing. "We looked a little logy, es- slow down Mnnkato'i balanced scoring attack, The Scarlett have scoring from avery position 'and coach Orv Schwankl credit* the team's micceni to the ability'of the regular* to hit the net with amazing conilnteney. All five Scarlet starters are averaging nine point* a game of better with guard Whitey McArthur pecially in the first half but the O n top with a 17.7 average. Such fact remain* we did rally back scoring will tax the Packer d«to win," he said. fense to the limit. Therefore, dt- There ia a possibility that the fense and rebounding could be the Packers will be without forward I John Dean, who sparked the ral- deciding factor. Austln Jt bugy on Dean, wo spare e ra- ^^ Austln Jt bugy ^fo Man . ly against Ribbing. In the third i kflt0| W inona (2-2) travels to Al- period, Dean injured his knte bert Le » (j-j), Red Wing (2-1) slightly and he took it easy ini p i ays flt home against Faribault, practice Monday. Berven expects (3-1) and Northfield (1-3) la at Owatonna (1-2). Rochester U the team for the week and plays AUSTIN DAILY holds with Laura Martinez, 134,; Golf Club Monday the 27-year-old Pettit Leads NBA Scoring NEW YORK (AP) - The league's most prolific scorer, Bob Pettit, and teammate Cliff Hagan Mexico, and Anette Palmer, 133,> pro {rom Da i y city, Calif, played North Dakota. . j in a threesome with Joe E. Camp- J8-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD The tag match will be two out i bell of Knoxville, Tenn., and ama-i of three falls or one hour time; teur Phil Rodgers of La Jolla, • limit. j Calif., which attracted practically j All of them are top-notchers and nobody. ! The gallery, braving cold, was! trailing the leader, Art Wall Jr,,' Billy Maxwell, National Open Tueidoy, Jon. 6, 1959 COLLEGE CAGE ROUNDUP him to be ready, however. The Packers will work on < fense this week in an effort to ^ ~bom»" against LaCrosse, Wii~ Logan In a non-conference affair. Three Southland Conference games, Elkton at Adams, Grand Meadow at Lyle and LeRoy st Glenville, feature the Austin aret program. Other games find Janesville at Blooming Prairie and S p r 1 n i Grove at Spring Valley. SPORTS contenders for the women's crown des and Cotter travela to St. Felix. now held bv June Bvers Besides the main event, a special bout has been arranged be- \ Champion Tommy Bolt, Mike Sou- tween Greg Peterson, 190, St. Paul, \ chak and two youngsters, Doug and Joe Snyder, 187, Minneapolis.! Sanders and John McMullin. ! In their last appearance here,) Venturi was eight strokes be-! Peterson and Snyder battled to at hind Wall after mediocre rounds, 1 draw and hope to settle the issue! o f 72-71-72 for the Rancho Club's! in the 30 minute or one fall grudge! par 36-35-71. I m !i Ch V- , u . ,u A t.. u So a11 Venturi did was The first bout on the card, which out two birdies and two Cincinnati Edges Bradley as Robertson Gets Help By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer 1 It turns out the Cincinnati Bear- knock'cats' basketball roster doesn't be- with Oscar and end with Rob- j points, with Mendenhall 19. The Cincinnati-Bradley Wl11 are providing the St. Louis Hawks i raine with the most potent one-two I tinez> This s P« cial event punch in the National Basketball 20 rainutes or one fal1 - Aggn A special referee to handle all: crac ^ Pettit, the former LSU star, re- matches wil1 be announced at a l holesiertson. t nj" /• i T bem * »* 8:4 ° P; m - finds L or-i back eag j es on ^ first meeting Laura Mar- 1 for a course record ^ Wast Qn S°-in with a 33, post a 63 for 278: some help last night as he and * .. . mighty Bjg 0 of cincy had getting ! Virginia swamped Southern Conj ference foe Furman 100-88; aj>d match j IZth - rated Mississippi StaU of power was the feature of a Mon- whipped Alabama 81-84 in South- day college program that had eastern Conference play. St. Louis, eleven of the nation's top 20 teams m actioni No. 14, and Marquette, No. 15, Bradley (No. 9 in '_ scored romping victories, the Bil- later date. mained in first place in the loop's individual scoring race for the) fifth straight week. League stalls-i Printers Beat NatCS tics released today showed he has L -p T"*l D hiked his total to 941 points forj'O ' °P ' "16 KOCC j ast round 73 beat Juch threals a 20.5 average, a clip exceeding j Austin Printlng hdd undisputed as Maxwell, Bolt, Souchak and George Mikans 28.4 record pacej flrst place in the city Basketba ii'company. and sit back to see if Wail could;his mates survived their second Missouri Valley Conference test of Wall made a gallant bid, but' tne ^asori- With Ralph Davis and it was not quite good enough by i M 'k« Mendenhall, Cincinnati bat- two strokes. 'tied through two overtimes to nip Wall had gone into the lead with : thc P revi ? uslv unbeaten Bradley scores of 71-68-68 for 207, and his Braves .' 8o ; 84 - Previously Cincinnati turned back touted St. Louis 57-50 in the Bearcats' Missouri Valley opener. All-America Oscar led the scor- new with zation in the state, got a lease on life Monday night the return of Rochester. That was the outcome of a special meeting last night between Emll Scheid of Austin and officials of the Rochester Red Caps, member of the class A Century League, when Scheid was given the green light to include Rochester in S-M plans. Like Austin, Rochester will have two class A baseball teams operating next summer. With the Red Caps determined to play in the Century league, Scheid will organ- ed by the Mason City club, will be in a Yankee uniform this summer and Scheid hopes to build the Rochester team around local talent and college players. With Rochester in the fold Scheid is convinced that Winona will join to give the league six teams for the 1959 campaign. Austin, Albert Lea and Fairmont, members a year ago, are ready while Mason City agreed to return if more than four teams are available. Scheid will talk with Winona officials today in an effort to get them back in the league. He expects a decision before the end of the week. A S-M League meeting is slated 764 points for a 23.2 mark. No other team has two stars so high on the list of top point-producers. Trailing Pettit are Paul Arizin of Philadelphia and Elgin Baylor of Minneapolis, locked in a tie for the runner-up spot with 832 points, in figures counting games through Sunday. lead the race with a 5-0 record, while Nates won four and lost one. ' time that time league officers for the ize a new team to be named the Sunday, Jan. 18 at Owatonna. At "Rochester Yankees." Scheid got the go-ahead signal from the Red Cap group when lie promised that club financial aid. He has a promise of no interference from the Red Caps and will have use of Mayo Field for all league games. Scheid plans in the near future to set up a board of directors to; help promote the Yankees, bull indicated he will have a finger on i the promotion. Bob Balance has' T ^ i , , „ ~ . iron on his second shot on the, ., L Gates sparked the Printers; ,^-yard eight hole 18 inches from gether ' they with 21 points as they moved in the pin . It onl took t front 31-22 at the three-quarter the ball g0t the job done> To " combined for 37 this week's AP poll to No. 7 for .likens 79-62 over Pitt despite All- Cincinnati), and fifth-ranked Michigan State fell from form. The Spartans lost a big 10 match to Iowa, 80-68 indicating another topsy-turvy season among the | America Don Hennon'a 30 point*, and Marquette, now 10-1, over Chicago Loyola 70-59. Whips Tulsa Quint In other MVC games, Houston Western Conference schools. [whipped Tulsa 84-68 as Ted Luck- Among the other rated elite, Au-1 enbill scored 29 points, and Wichi- burn (No. 6) ran its national lead- ta hit 47 per cent in downing ing winning streak to 20, nine this season, 60-47 over Mississippi; fourth-ranked Kansas State fought North Texas State 85-78. Auburn, top challenger to top- ranked Kentucky in the SEC, out- , , mark after the score was tied 18,18 at halftime. Floyd Bednar collected 18 the losers. He followed with a putt from [down below the ninth green that for traveled some 40 feet. In the other league game, Du- Arizin has the edge percentage-! gan's trounced Dexter, 85-41, as Breaks Course Record The 30 broke the course 9-hole wise over the Laker rookie, sport- j Pagenkopf poured in '22 points.' [f c °, rd of 31 set by Bolt in 1956 ' ing a 25.2 average to Baylor's 23.8. j Anderson collected 15 for the los- 1 ,,„"". taok .. a ?° Bey four on the Next in line are Jack Twymnn ofjers. Concordia Challenges Duluth's 2nd Title Bid Cincinnati, 80fl troit's George 22.0. and 23.8 and De- Yardley, 770 and Dexter gets back into action, tonight when they meet Rose Creek at the Shaw gym. * hit a specta- the 14th and putts, with a 12- Big 10 Grid Coaches Want Rose Bowl Game 12th when his ball tor. But he birdied and birdied the 18th foot putt. His 63 equalled Bolt's record, also set in 1956. Wall collected $3,400 for his 280, course By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Concordia's sprinting Cobbers posed a major challenge to Duluth Branch's quest for a second straight Minnesota Intercollegiate Conference basketball title today. The Cobbers pasted St. Thomas 82-68 Monday night and can stand off Iowa State's rally for a 59-56, classed Mississippi with a bal- Blg Eight victory; and eighth-janced attack led by Henry Hart'i pegged Northwestern stayed even 18 points. Mississippi State, its 10- with Illinois (No. 20) in the early game streak shattered by Auburn Big 10 race with an 83-78 decision j Saturday, bounced back to beat over Michigan; llth-ranked West!Alabama behind Bailey Howell's '26 tallies. Florida surprised LSU 69-63 and Georgia measured Tulane 70-63 in other league game*. Beats Iowa State Towering Bob Boozer and Walh Frank combined for 32 points for Kansas State to beat Iowa State in the Big Eight feature. Surprising Oklahoma handed Missouri its Bt . . , . ! sixth straight loss, 64-59, Colorado St. Johns home court edge makes;beat Nebraska 57-50 and Kansas the game about even. Lee point Hopfenspirger, with a 23- average in three games will be Hamline's key man against Macalester. _ Concordia put six men in double scoring figures against St. Thomas whipped Oklahoma State 58-49. West Virginia's rout of Furman MIAC i was the 41st straight Southern Con- while the runner-ups were: Max-{at ease tonight while Duluth and!but had to snuff out a Tommy ference victory for the Mountie.s and their 28th straight home victory. In the other conference game, William & Mary nipped Davidson By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN' CHICAGO (AP) — Big Ten foot- S Sanders, 74 for 282 and $1,000. Bolt and Souchak had 73s for S3 and a tie with Paul Harney and amateur Allen Geiberger of wonderful thing for the players.!^"!* Barbara - The P«» got «i,. .. ' !**••*•»*«** v\s»«*^itv V* IMiV. A^btlUbll CliJU ••—.« w-w _~. u ** WUH u, 4-witiinj! •••••* 1*11* va. inai J 111 Lf LICll LJ(\ VJQ&Ull well 72 for 281 and $2,200; and other title contenders try to make I rally in the second half. Leading! 59-57 on-sophomore Nev Vaughn's SflflMPPC 7 A ff\r* QO(1n«»l£ili-.rir\ ..- . .«._. .*.*.. •.. _.. . • . « '• 2S3 Personally, I'd hate to see it dis- 1959 season will be elected and j ball coaches, naturally, and ath-:solve." work will start on the new sched- 'etM directors, cautiously, want toj Paul Brechler, Iowa athletic di- continue Rose Bowl relations with > rector — "I think it is a fine enow the slide has lured more;been mentioned as manager of than 5,200 skiers since it opened!the Yanks and Scheid said today four weeks ago. Thousands more j he would talk with Balance before have come just for the visit. jthe end of the week. Lookout Mountain is a high hill on the Laurentian Divide two miles north of Virginia. Its northern slopes were converted into ski runs by a chamber of commerce- backed organization called Lookout Mountain Ski Lodge, Inc. Three rope tows and a chair Uft service its six runs, the long-1 • KI A T A est stretching 2,300 feet. There is ID iMCf I 6Sf a two-story chalet at the base of the slope, a 500-car parking lot, a Art Huinker, a southpaw reloas- MacKay and O/medo Gam 12-man ski patrol, junior college girls serving as ski hostesses and j Kay, Dayton, an instructional staff beaded by semifinals of Don Schwartz. PERTH, Australia (AP)— Peruvian Alex Olmedo and Barry Mac- The slopes vary in difficulty, from the novice run to long, tricky hauls. Skiers who go to the mountain's summit get a grand view of forest land, and the rolling bills of the Meaabi. Hotels tnd motels her* were Jammed during the holidays. Some skiers bad to take accoraodatlons io Eveletb and other nearby towns. Winter run* to marathon proportions on tba Iron Range so it promises to be e long season. Th* ffki slopes are expected to bold Ohio, gained the the men's doubles I sist West Australian Tennis Championships today, beating ule. The league will operate as a class A organization under Minnesota Stale baseball rules. Scoring Lead for Geoff rion MONTREAL (AP) - Bernic (Boom Boom) Geoffrion of the Montreal Canadians continued today to set the pace in the National Hockey League's individual scoring race. But Don McKenney of Boston has taken over the lead in goals. McKenney collected four goals in four games last week, giving him 22 tallies for the season. Andy Bathgate of the New York Rangers and Dickie Moore of the Canu- diens have 21 each, Geoffrion managed only one as- In last weeks action, in- the West Coast. association and would like to see State Moose Pin Test at Echo Lanes That is the gist of an Associated;it continued. I don't recall any! R™W. r „ ,» »,- . , ress survev rmrmlptprf tr.Hnv !Hi«P,,«,.i nn „, „„„ -a.-.. ,._..., .. ! B °w!ers from 32 Minnesota cit- Press survey completed today. ! discussion of any other bowl ex- The survey reflects the working: cept the Rose Bowl.' man's opinion of post-season ball. The opinion of the Big faculty representatives who do the would Uke to ~ con7inuTus"present voting is a guarded secret. i arrangements in the Rose Bowl Rose Bowl contractual obliga-, ma i n ly because there is a lions between the Big Ten and Pa- sentiment now that the series cific Coast Conference end will! gone along as well as it , „ the 1960 game. The Big Ten fac- ies making up 100 teams will take up ground. The victory was Con-42-34 at halftime the .Cobbers' one-hander at the buzzer, cordia's fourth without a defeat! found their lead melted to two in the MIAC. Duluth Branch (2-0), the only other unbeaten team in the league, plays at St. Mary's (1-2), Hamline (2-1) meets Macalester (2-1) on the Mac floor and Gustavus Adolphus (1-1) is at St. John's (2-1). Concordia's victory over Thomas topped a slim Monday points before they drew down the stretch. Craig Johnson and Bowles each hit 15 for Concordia. ' over Wake Ed Mergen led St. Thomas with ! Carolina of John Frye furnished the heroics away!" 1 the Atlantic Coast Conference. j twisting under for a basket with Barry i two seconds left to carry Duke 24. carry Forest 58-57. South the ACC ended a j seven-game losing slump, toppling River Falls dumped Carleton by | Clemson 83-69. j stopping Ivan Grimm, the Carls' j __ Princeton Triumphs St. j high-point sensation. Grimm was 'limited to 16 points by a River night fare. Carleton lost to River | Falls State of Wisconsin 60-54, and Falls defense that sagged two three men on him in the pivot. Princeton opened its Ivy League campaign 72-57 over Penn, and Cornell thumped Columbia 68-52. scored nine straight points Lyle Sorenson, chairman of the St. Cloud State lost to Eau Claire j He had been averaging nearly 30! m overtim e and defeated Harvard State 98-84. ; points a game. 168-63. x, i Duluth 1Ilav have trouble with Mike Lauber topped River Falls '. Was ' lln « to n and Oregon State lot of M ° os . e tourna ment committee, | st. Mary's undersized floor but with 15. I bagged their first Pacific Coast ' 5 °° bowlers wil1 take ithe Bulldogs have balance, expe-' INTERCOLLEGIATE CONFERENCE j Conference triumphs. Washington part - W ' L ulty representatives would have to vote on renewal of the series. It PHirAr . n is quite possible the required ma- ^"^AGO W> — , wi " be awarded rience and strong backboard, concord ................ W4 ' events - Austin, cap-; strength. They are a firm favorite ;.g ulu £ > ,5 r . aneh ................. '•$ o TI> ITU- fAU niuno 1KACK tOR BIRDS jtained by Leonard Block, won the I to make it three : championship in 195o. Last year, ! MIAC. in jority vote would not be forthcom- a racetrac * is for the birds wh ° say the tournament was held at Clo- Gustavus still IMS to prove ( can deliver consist utly this yearp a row in the _ i Macs 1 ester .,,.,,.'.... 2 Ciiwavus i it St. Mary's ', i w - '••' i"g- f 8 "^ u me an in S- Arling-j Sorenson said the matches will'and scoring ace D. L. Smith hopes! NOHTHKK.V STATES The general feeling, the survey lon Park has bullt a 31-acre phea- \ be held the weekends of Feb. 28- i to pull out of a slump that has' B emidji discloses, is that post-season foot-<? aut sanctua ry in t"e infield of;March 1 and March 7-8. Entry'dropped his scoring average be- Moorhead'T.'.;'.::'.:;;;;;'.". { 5 Us training track. jfee is $3 for each event. | low the level of the past ball means the Rose Bowl. A thumbs down by the faculty men! would include all bowl games. I "It's the Rose Bowl or nothing," Assistant Commissioner Bill Reed' has said. Typifying the cautiousness of athletic directors is Dick Larkins 1 yenrs. ; in the of lhat th e threw his food Laver of Australia. MacKay j bowls in three leagues, meets Sweden's Ulf Schmidt. The]for Ihe Minnesota TV All-Star until midAoril re ot ^ er American, Earl Buchholz of j bowling tournament lau Suwlay. u-nyru, "' St. Louis, opposes 17-year-old Luis Ostergaard potted 1,711 for tight followed by Moore with 39. Tied | ^Athletic Director Ike Armstrong for fourth place with 37 points " are McKenney, Gordie Howe of Detroit, Maurice Richard of Montreal, and Ed Litzenberger of Chicago. Ostergaard Appears on TV Bowling Test Dick Ostergaard of Austin, v.ho creasing his point total U) 49, the of Ohio State, result of 19 goals and 30 assists, i "There are too many angles that Geoff Strang and Bruce Francis, i Bathgate is next with 45 points ! no on e has yet explored,' he said. Australia, 6-4, 6-3, 6-0. The first foreign-seeded Americans toyed with their opponents under a hot sun at the Royal Kings Park courts. The day's competition in the men's division was devoted entirely to doubles. The singles quarter • finals are scheduled Wednesday, when 01- medo, hero of the Davis Cup Challenge Round, plays top-seeded Dick Ostergaard of Austin, v,he dude some of the West ttams and independents." A definite stand for any post-!f anf 8ni stason games was indicated by'changed. Grid Coaches Want Goal Posts Moved to Goal Line > Wlnoua , o ! Mankato '..'.'.'.'. .0 Coaches Pick 10 All-Stars , UC ^ A ^ and Oregon whipped Stanford 68-56. Larks to Play LeRoy Quint By JIM KENSIL CINCINNATI (AP) — |mittee meeting next week in Los | to the 53rd annual convention of ! College)Angeles. But Little was expected the National Collegiate Athletic With the holiday tournaments and non-conference games in the background, Austin area basketball teams tonight turn to the more serious business of deciding ; conference titles. j One of the top attractions finds | Grand Meadow at LeRoy in the Southland Conference with the ; Larks gunning to crack the NEW YORK (AP)—The coaches column for the first time. win football coaches who scorned the j to have an announcement today.'Assn. and other allied groups |0f the Nalional aBsketball Assn.i Wykoff plays at Spring Valley in two-point conversion rule have! Little's group met in closed ses- '• m **K na h*™ *hu ,,, a «i, today selected 10 players to play Ule District One Conference u-hil,. H co ; iv r ion , lenrned to hve and j ision Monday, while many coaches- 1 Several sources had him ticket- today selected 10 players to play tile District One Conference wlvih- he East-West all-btar ame : ° the ai ^ a teams continue non- would want to cmitiL thl nT^t ' Ut "T are seeking a com ' on lhe sidelines haci this ^eral ed for the head coaching and ath- Fnday ' Jan ' 23 at the Detroit .01- confere »« programs. In that cat- would want to continue the paU. promise. They want the goal posts comment: ii elic director's job at Bay?or But ym P ic ' Te » P la >' ers Previously had ^ R <*<> Creek travels to Stacv- "I wish I were on that commit-! Cliff Speegle of Oklahoma State ! been selecled b >' l "e basket- ', Vllle ' Iowa : Glenville plays at Em t « t i . u ,i . . . r 9 * ** * v Kail *..„;*,,,.- _ . J , , lYlrMK dtlr) Dlnn. :„ wi. . tee. I d tell them how to straighten ; was But a lot depends on what new moved to the goal ]ine ; kmd of conference is formed on The majority of delegates here the West Coast. It might be that ^ also being mentioned fre- iquently for the Baylor post. way. We won a game from year.! is The American Assn., of College .. , - Baseball Coaches concluded its among the We missed four tries for two! meeting* today, topped off by a not likely to be, points in that game. They made; coach-of-the-year dinner honoring I both of theirs. eno, Spain, meets Tony Ryan of'gram, televised over ch. | Hod Dedeaux of Southern Call- "The two games MSU won in the «« «, i f M ?" . ** , Australia. He was defeated in the All Star Rose Bowl were tight ones great .Of tfaelM^AmencuUaguej The other Ameri can doubles match by Eddy Maehrt-n, m i, Wlt s and wonderful memojies » iwtehtn who worked more than; tew, of Buchholz and Chris Craw- 223, but received $25 and a bowling he S aid. "it's my hope The Bi" W inning, « 1958, BalUmort'S ford, Piedmont, Calif., bowed in abirt. ; Ten wil , c " nt | nue to Sav in tte £4Jy O'BeU gave up the fewest straight sets to the No. i B ^«t«i L ... „ ', , W . pld> ln Uie on the goal j line would make a more equitable game. Members of the AFCA Rules they could have tied us, even though we out-scored them in touchdowns four to three. With The coaches met in round tabk discussion Monday and beard that any athlete certified by the ama- iball writers and sportscasters. mons and Blo °ining Prairie at HaskelJ Cohen, league publicity Ha y field ' director, said the all-star game ''< Two Blg Nine Conference Iea;ii5 will be carried on network (NBC) ^ e ,-. aetl ° n with Farmington at television at the time during which ; ,*„„„ n j?, an , d , Winon * at LaCrosse normally • • „„ e -The Eastern coaches picked setback against the Wis Dolph Schayes, John (Red) Kerr^i"? l^? 1 ' whi!e the Win « ers of Syracuse,; 1^^ f ° r their fillh »»' of!.; A11 of the area contegu begiji , Friday night boxing bouts .° gan - The Winhawks, sporting a ally ere carried . record ' n °Pe to erase an earl- and Larry Costello Woody Sauldsberry phia and Richie Guerin of New York. at 8 p.m. 0'D«U gave up the fewest ; straight sets to the No. 1 seeded atuaber «( bout runs. He allow- ( Australian pair. Laver and Wared M- Whitey Ford, allowed U. 1 ren Woodcoack, 6-2, 7-5, 6-4. , **; faOVIDENCIS. ». I.-WUJI, 15?, Providence. sU Browu. WO, Bottlow. 5. . J*rk»uu lltijsf Bowl Bump Elliott, lumbia coach Lou Little, refused team." such a rule in existence, you can't!teur athletic union would be eligi-i The Western coaches named: measure the true power of a'ble to compete in the Pan-Ameri-! J ack Twyman of Cincinnati. new DJVJDK Pittsburgh divided Minii^J!? comm ^ t on recommendations i Dobbs figured in one of the;ciude7o7wballT" P la7eT« V whV7o^ - "The Rns* «"i •* SrLT ? , ^ ^ **"*' ^"^ rU>UOrS " ** *°* che *^ ^ colleges in exhibitions ( and Dick Carmaker of Minne ie s in i£ ' * The ROW Bowl is a:NCAA for action at jls rules com-.rubbed shoulders with delegates!against pro teams, japolis phia 10 12 game, f The bowing to i

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