The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 10, 1959 · Page 8
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THUMPS MANKATO 7143 r\ r ri j« New Race Defense, Shooting cooking Sparks Austin Win in Big 9 * DIG NiNh co\Fi;ur,N( i; W. t/. Pet. I'ts. Op. 247 10! isr, 2-11 210 By TOM KOECK ! verdict over Faribault, three lean's great work, the Packers dis Austin stole a page out of Mar-; teams share first place in •thejnipted Mankato's attack 15 times MW kato's book Friday night to sal- Big Nine. It's a brand new race by "stealing" the ball and only " ankat vage hopes (or the Big Nine Con- with Austin. Red Wing and Man- twice were they guilty of mechan- ^">™fi*^['.'.l \ iixy! MI £» lerence bajkjetball title. ; kato in the driver's seat behind id- ical misdeeds winona 2 3 .100 :i;w 3,rr The Packers turned in a trem-:entical 3-1 records. i Ove Bcrven was obviously pleas- >Km I.'"I":? 3 1™ 20? ai'J \ustln 3 3 .\Iankato 3 Albtrt Uiv .0 4 000 200 KEsn/rs Austin T,, Manka'.o A 'A Albert Leu ffj, Winona 40 Northfleld •)•!. Ow.Uonna -n Ilctl Win? ,'H), Faribautt i-1 La Cro.viff Ijoran 51, Ilofix-stfir 44 , . . obviously pleas endous offensive performance for| In improving its overall 6-1 re- cd with the results. He not only a 71-43 decision, which tossed the cord, the state defending champs'had a word of praise for his Big Nine race into a three-team ( came up with their best all-around; Packers, but said Mnnka'o had a scram | 5le - ; porformnncp. i better club than the score indicat- Mankato arrived with an 8-0 re- Along with the balanced scor-'ed. cord and the reputation as a well- ing. and probably more important,' "\v c pressured them by getting' Tlicre is •'' brancl new race cook ' balanced scoring machine. Both ' was the defensive work that smoth-•! a quick jump." Berven added' ins in the BI S Ni "e Conference to- the record and reputation were errd any effort by Mankato to "Everything went right for us once! dny< junked as it was the Packers that get its attack operating effective- we got a comfortable lead If we 1 viclorips Itf Austin ami Red flashed the balanced attack to have ly. ; plnycd again lonighti lh , ' m , hl Wing forced a three - way tie for things well under control early in The Packers did it by some ; be different." first P lace and anything can hap- 111(5 ^me. alert, solid rebounding and ball- Scoring 71 points is a new hlghi pcn from here °" in> Coupled with Red Wing's 50-44;hawking. Headed by Mike Marin- for the Packers, who previously hit > The Packers grabbed a share 170 in defeating'Winona before the! 0 ! the lead by dum P' n S front-run- holidays. It was accomplished with!"! ng ««"*««>, 71-43, and R e d four of the regulars in double fig-! Wmg moved up vitli a 50-44 dc- B cision over Faribault. .UP AND IN — Big Jerry Goodwin (44) goes up for successful jump shot in second period of Ausrin-Mankato Big Nine basketball game here Friday night. Trying desperately to knock down shot is Mankato's John Peterson, but he fails. The Packers turned in blazing offensive performance for 71-43 victory to hand Mankato firsf loss. (Herald Phoro) Strong Mankato Mat Team Downs Austin MANKATO, Minn. - Defending [as regular heavyweight Terry Mans! n ??"':" ' tires and a terrific 46 per cent shooting average. They doubled the field goal output against the Scar- Dave Lothner hnd IB points as Red Wing snapped a three-game i* *L • -» 1- • i , i * *'* iF*Muixtii.u it wns the first Ume the visitors were limited to a loss in nine starU ^ mediocre 27 per cent. wilh a 3 ., confercnce mark along Mankato managed to win the free throw battle, 13 to 9, but it N|P LQURPES IN OVERTIME 4543 Meyers Saves Pace/// by Clutch-Shooting was not enough to dent Austin's Aust in's state with the Packers and Red Wing. Albert Lea, lone conqueror of margin. Dean Scoring Lender John Dean, hero of the Hibbing battle, continued his accurate firing for 17 points off seven field season, hnd a big night in romping over tough Winona, 67-47. Dave Donovan totaled 19 points for the winners, while Steve wal- ly collected 17 for the Hawks. goals and three free throws. Clay-] By winning, Albert Lea (3-2) ton Reed and Marineau follow- moved into a fourth place tie with ed with 14 apiece while Tom Ke- ~ " " zar, aided by some nifty outside shooting, added 12. Guards John Peterson and Whitey McArthur sparked Mankato with 15 and 14 points, respectively. ' The Packers, who fired at a red-hot 50 per cent the first half, enjoyed a big first quarter to lead 22-6 and they were in front, 37-20, at halftime. It was 12-0 before Peterson counted Mankato's first basket with 3:56 left as against the tight Austin defense, it was seldom anyone was loose for a shot. Austin stymied any hopes for a Mankato upset by, . repeating 12 straight points for a 3 40-20 lead to start the third quar-1 ler. Faribault. In the other Big Nine game, jNorthfield turned back Owatonna, 44-41, as Dave Biorn found the net for 21 points. It was the second win in five starts for the Raiders, while Owatonna has a 1-3 conference mark. La Crosse Logan, a powerhouse in Wisconsin prep circles, turned back Rochester, 51-44, in a non- conference game. Dave Horton hit 12 and Jerry Delaney 13 for the winners and Butch Derksen got 17 for the Rocket cagers. By BILL RIEMERMAN Jack Meyers led the Pacelli Shamrocks out of the wilderness Friday night. Marty Crowe's boys eked out a 45-43 overtime victory over Lourdes in Ravoux Conference play, paced by some tremendous clutch- shooting by Meyers. The decision snapped a two-game losing streak against De La Salle and Winona Cotter. Meyers scored only 10 points but without four of them the Shamrocks would have suffered their third straight defeat. He cooly dropped two free throws with only 15 seconds left in the extra period for the winning margin. Earlier, he forced the game into overtime with a driving jump shot with only 10 seconds on the clock. The Shamrocks, without star RAVOUX CO.VFEKENCE W. L. Pet. BALANCING ACT—Mike Donovan of Pacelli (white uniform) looks like he is trying to juggle basketball as he goes for rebound during Rochesrer-Lourdes game here Friday night. Giving Donovan trouble are Jerry Fogarty (left) and Jay Pappas (right). Pacelli needed overtime period for 45-43 victory. (Herald Photo) Cotter 7 o 1.000 Pacelli , , 5 j Ixiurtlcs , 3 3 Marian .'3 3 SacreU Heart 2 3 Loyola i 5 St. Felix i s RESULTS FRIDAY Pacelli 45, Lourdes 43 (OTi Cotter 85, St. Felix 52 GAMES SUNDAY Marian at Sacred Heart .333 .500 .400 .400 ,167 Elkton Sharp In Overtime to Repulse Adams,5 7-52 forward Leon Zender, started like champions and managed a 10-1 lead before the Eagles converted their first field goal. But after that, the superior rebounding of the Eagles came into play and with one second left in the half Lourdes' Jim Griffin potted a shot to tie the game 20-20. The Shamrocks never regained the lead in the entire second hp.lf and it was only a brilliant ball- hawking defensive game by Larry Scheid and a fine fill-in performance by Jim Decker which kept the Eagles from showing Marty Crowe's boys their heels. The Shamrock drive leading to victory started with the Eagles holding a 38-32 lead with 3:45 left in regular session. Hit Quick Buckets Bob Schottler and Scheid scored quick buckets and the Shamrocks were within two points. John Hanlon then countered with two Lourdes free .throws..during the next two minutes, but Meyers hit a free throw and Mike Donovan two to bring the Shamrocks within one point. Tom Ferguson then countered with •& gift toss and a bucket for another four-point Eagle spread before Schottler hit a basket with 43 -seconds left to make the score ; 43-41. ; Meyers Ties Game I Fogarty missed a free throw • and with only 10 seconds left Mey- i ers got the ball, drove and swish- ed a jump shot to throw the gam* into overtime. In the overtime, the Shamrocks, after getting the ball, tried to make the Eagles come out and open the way for a set-up play, but the Shamrocks finally kicked the ball away before cashing in. But Lourdes failed to capitalize, missing three shots and a free throw before Griffin fouled Meyers. Hits 2 Free Throws Meyers, like an old pro, swished the two free throws for thi winning margin. Fogarty got off * last second shot, but failed to coins close. Schottler led Shamrock scorinjf with 18 points while Fogary led ttie Eagles attack with 17 points. In the other Ravoux Conference game Winona Cotter defeated Wabasha St. Felix 85-52 to continue unbeaten in conference p 1 a, y. Bruce Hartert racked up 30 points for Cotter while Dave Marien tallied 18 for the Yellowjackets. FG FT PF TP .8 3 2 IS Pacellf Scliottler, f ,,.,. Meyers, f ........... i....3 4 Zender, f ................ 0 0 Maschka, c ..... .... ..... 1 0 Donovan, c . ............. 0 4 Scheid, g ....... .......3 0 Decker, i a 10 o a 2 i 5 4 5 * 2 .S 17 11 18 4'> I'tt FT FV 11' orlffln, f ,, 2 024 Clark, f i o I Ferguson, f ......I .1 3 Pappsw, c ,,3 2 5 Hanlon, g 3 3 i Fogarty, g 5 7 4 2 15 By DAVE OWEN ADAMS, Minn. — Elkton need- tip off and they were waiting for cd an overtime period to overcome • a good shot when Devern John- was tied up. Again Elkton got the won the jump. Adams was charg- Adams and Conference ed with a foul, and this time Dave Anderson sank the free throw and . . winning S/-52 in ga "" e ' - keep the Southland | son was fouled. He made two I Elkton was ahead by five, lead Friday night, free throws and the Elks breath- a well Elkton Starts Strong played ( ed a bit easier. j Elkton started the game with a _. i Again the ball was tied up and; 8°°d lead, as much as seven points The score was tied 52-52 at the again Elkton, the shorter club,!in the first period, and ended a- end of the regulation game. Elk-! ton tipped the ball on the over-! SOUTHLAND CONKKKENCE Tough Cage Campaign for College Big-Wigs *-* ---- I [• . The setback left Big Nine quints i! me Jun11 ! a " d worked il nrountl ! ith a 22-15 record aainst outs ! he nm be " e Harv Jendersee with Berry Threat Marineau Is Injured Midway in that period, they went' out by 32 points, 55-23, for their i if) £/>ICf Wjar* biggest lead. It was 59-38 at the "' tu ^'"Vlre5r three-quarter mark. The reserves took over the last five minutes as Berven used 15 players. Of this group Tom Berven, Don Bulger, Jim Miller, Lyle Oine and Paul Campbell added points. The game wns not without cost. Marineau suffered a sprained right ankle, which at this time marks him as a doubtful starter (or the Owatonna day. Pro Grid Tilt Adams took an outside shot into the nets '-' e Ro >' for two points. Elkton Gets Tip Again Then Adams' Bob Weness tried a shot but missed and the ball i'ct.! started closing the gap and 1 '«ooi lied the Score 24 " 24 on two 3 uiclt ' shots by Rog Schaefer. Bill Schis- By ED CORRIGAN AsRociated Press Sports Writer This has been a tough basketball season, indeed, for the big- wlgs colle « e baskelba " »"' ™- HESUI.TS HUI1AV ETkton 57, Adams 52 L6 Roy •!», GJpiivilk' 20 Grand Meadow 64, Lyle -!9 LOS ANGELES (AP) - Let's take a close look at one of the pass-catching ends who'll play in Sunday's ninth annual Pro Bowl football game. Name: Ray Berry. Business address: c-o Baltimore Colts, Baltimore, Md. i the half. 1 The third and fourth quarters were a see-saw battle and the lead changed 15 times and the score was tied six times. Elkton led 42-41 at the end of the third period. Teams Well Matched Both clubs showed remarkable teams in the country — Auburn and St. Bonaventure. Friday night Villanova and Bos- down the fort in the exclusive undefeated club. Both figure to extend their streaks tonight when St. Bonaventure meets St. Vincent; of Pennsylvania, and Auburn goes against Florida in a Southeastern Conference game. Villanova's defeat was not exactly a disgrace, for St. Joseph'* ton University met their masters I had won eight of its previous 10 for the first time. Villanova, which hnd run up Austin FG FT PF Tl 1 champion Mankato defeated Aus- was on the shelf with an injured tin, 27-14, in a Big Nine Confer- foot. His twin brother, Larry did ence wrestling match here Fri- j a good job as a replacement, but day night. j was decisioned by Stan Christ. Although coach Luverne Klar'sj The setback left the Packers with champs lacked three regulars, they ! a 1-2 conference mark and overall had enough left to continue their!they have won two matches tied drive for another title. The Scarlets won seven of the two and dropped two. Schumacher, f Lungi-berg, f Goodwin, c Miller, c ... Campbell, c nrowu, i; ..., g ... Murlneau, g ,-t--- -"«. IC'llnc, ff . , The Austin B team suffered the 1 *""""!, g !""o 12 events and gained two falls.] same fate in the preliminary match! Jerry Byers pinned Austin's Art i as Atankato won 32- r >2 i Mankam Averbook in 0:28 for the 95-pound j Austin winners included Mike^'of'' 'r ' decision, while George Christ i L e w i s (112), Harold Shaman JBomsw. i (105) stopped Leslie Flaherty of|(120>, Dave McAlister (130), and j Storm 'c ' Austin in 1:16. I Larry Kramer, heavyweight Lew-' Wcsiph.ii. ' DickBrimacoinb(112),TimBax-!i.s, Shamnu and McAlister won bv I Knur * ter (145), Bob Hardy U54) and;falls. Mike Ferguson of Austin tied test next Fri- Experience: Three years in the National Football League. But since that's a long way from the whole story, let's ask some of jjlhis teammates on the West squad a about the lean, lanky Texan, o Johnny Unitas, his Colt team- o| mate: "Ray's a perfectionist. He ;j | always has me throw him passes in practice just a little wide or high so he can bone up on snagging the hard ones." _West Coach Weeb Ewbank, also Colts: "Berry is the hardest , Larry Diggins (175) of Austin con- 1 Ken Kmitson 2-2 in the 1113-pound I Mue!Ier> R n: KI . .1 2 . .1 3 ..! 0 . .0 0 ..1 0 ..() 0 . .<> ;i . .-i 5 . .ft o . .1 o 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 •I 3 1 1 15 8-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Saturday, Jan. 10, 1959 Blossom Cage Team Surprises Janesville the lay-ups. The teams were even-' 7g. 6 g ly matched, although Adams was " ' a bit taller. Weness, with 16, was high for Adams, followed by Schaefer 14 and i Lien 13. Jendersee led Elkton with j21, followed by Anderson 15 and I Johnson 14. | The win gives Elkton a 5-0 conj ference record and 7-1 overall. Ad- iams is now 4-2 in the- confer- BLOOMING PRAIRIE, Minn.-, The Blossoms are 6-4 overall and ence, tied for third with LeRoy Coach Jim Poole's Blooming Prai- ( 4-2 in the conference. and 5-3 overall rie basketball team can claim the role of giant-killer todny. They earned it by defeating powerful Janesville, the Gopher. time , the Blossoms 'trailed Conference leader, 60-48, here ; Ou t staged a rally by Friday -'-'-' ' o o i i o — 1 0 0 "^worker I've ever seen. He's thef ville ' 41 first on the practice field and the i them ij'last off." | o| Last season Berry and Pete ^netzteff of the Philadelphia Ea- ivgles each caught 56 passes to lead NFL receivers. Berry's catches It was an uphill tight for the ' straight points for a 23-22 lead It was the first los.s for Janes- early in the second period , 1£lkto » FG FT PF TP aebaecr. B . V in nine starts and leaws a 3-1 conference record. - tmued undefeated in six straight! test, and Clinton Wolf earned a bouts. All of them won by deci-jdraw against Alan Nelson in the Slons - i 133-pound event. Gene Johnson of Austin battled! « n . .... . Art Drivdahl of Mankato to a 2-2 1 A^sW 11 ' 1 " 1 Ave "*><* <*>• draw in the 172-pound event. | ft _ IMJ dec. HOUU (A), 0-7, The Packers were short-handed Via-Brimacon-.b <AJ dec. Just (Mt U -J3 Spring Valley 11-0. . 120— liundln (M> dec. True <A1, 2-3. '.27— John.- on Uahi (M) 2-2. Sophs Need Rally to Win were good for 794 yards. Berry is in fast company Sunday in Memorial Coliseum. Retzleff is on hand for the East, as i aid of the Eagles, two pass-snag- lowans Down Rose Creek ,„,,„ •„ .. , .' • Janesville then went back in ;vralt - • .front 30-26 at halftime, but t h e , j D0 h"T' . Blossoms spurted for a 45-40 mar- i »• Jendersee, at the three-quarter mark and i '* """' G " stayed in front the rest of the way. Good rebounding by Tom He!- i leek and Dale Renchin and a tight' Rnqp rnr™ M- t, ' defense " id «l the Blossoms. They! ROSE CREEK, Mum. - Ruaged .out-rebounded the taller Janesvil-l well as Frank Gifford of the Ne"w' ,, , ar ' Iowa ' (K ' fcaletl Rose le quint. 32 to 22, with Helleck cop.: York Giants and Tommy McDon- u", ' f H> in a non - confere "«. ping 16. , - • • «<*t»uii haskpfhall tiamo lio.-o i,-,.;^ n ,. „;„!,» I ! Turner sparked the attack! ging backs. A crowd of about 60,000 is ex- basketball gams here Friday night. (A) with Making a the second Tall, fast and deceptive, the lo- wans broke for a 15-11 lend at the front.' 21 points, while John Milton He/gfjf Edge Gives te Roy 49 -20 Victory pected for the nationally televised i quarter and were ol 't great comeback in' post-season battle. The weather isi 30 " 21 at halftime US-smother* (M) dec. Blowers fA) ' " ie seco!la " alf - Oscar Haddorff's' expected to be sunny ° * '" ns°-s . . Austin Sophomore basketball team ,:_T'' i, .', l>eivr (M ' doc BeHrk'hard (A), j Jefpnt.pri th» Mnnbatn D i- SPRING VALLEY, Minn. Shattering a two • game losing streak, coach Dick Kowles 1 Spring Valley cagers outpointed Spring Grove, 55-44, in a District One Conference game here Friday night. It was a close first half as the teams traded the lead several times, but Spring Valley held a 28-24 advantage at halftime. They pulled away in the final minutes of the third quarter for r |45 ~~ B '' xu ' r IA1 ' u ' c - Speck ( M), 3-0, 154—Hartly (A) dt-c. D. Christ (M), o~5, o-O, • ( '5-^<J. Christ (Mi pinned Flaherty defeated the Mankato B teamji -. . . _ 29-28, in the preliminary game| lce MSning Contests "D^tLfS-,,,,.,.,,^,,,,. SehedU ' ed S™^ Tlme H<ravy\vt>U;ht — S. Christ (M) dec L. .Mam (A), 2-1, 0-3. omores outscored Mankato, 14-1, the final period. w iiuj MV/U For Janesville, Jim Tetzloff col- until the final period" that"Rose lected 10 P° ints Creek could make any headway. ! Tlle Blooming Prairie B team added 15 and Denny Turner It ' GLEN VILLE, Minn. — Leading including nine of 14 free tluws hi a » the way, Rick Hubbard's LeJ eight victories without a loss, fell before its city rival St. Joseph's, i 82-70, in Philadelphia, and Boston ';U., which showed a 6-0 mark was by George Washington, So now it's Auburn (9-0) and St. Bonaventure (6-0) holding Hockey Team Plays Winona The Austin Merchant hockey team of the Southern Minnesota League gets a chance to break up VVinona's drive for a third straight title when they tangle with the Hornets Sunday at Kaufman Rink The contest, which begins at ^•.30 p.m., is the second between TP the two teams. Winona, undefeated S-M Leauge leader, won the opener 10-1 and will be seeking its sixth straight decision. Austin. ! ' recent winner over Owatonna, will 22 13 15 57 be after its fifth win in eight starts. Going into Sunday test, the Merchants share second place with Rochester and Albert Lea. Two other league games are on tap as Rochester plays at North Mankato and Faribault at Owatonna. The Colts suffered a 9-3 setback at the hands of Winona Wednesday night, while both Owa- Faribault are seeking KCi ..4 ..0 ..3 ..5 .10 ..0 12 15 52 4 21 •i 1 St. Ansgar had a big advan- '• tage on the boards and it was not Darrell EJlingson If) Area ice fishermen will have (A) dec. Hiicisk(,mp;in the third period for a' 23-22i lheir ch °i« of contests Sunday.'had 12. lead and protected the margin the The seventh annual disabled I Rose Creek, which was left with I American veterans fishing contest, a 4-5 record, had four in double and i Fossey and Dave Langrock each l ' le Janesville reserves. basketball team renwined toi 0 "^? 81 H , KI . , the running for the Southland Con-L 6 Fanbault chlb has dr °PP cd ference title by subduing hapless j f0 ^ h f,T andt ° w ' at °nna seven. Glenville, 49-20 here Friday night I A ' beit Lea Wl " h ° st Farm '»G- The victory moved LeRoy intoi '" a "° n ' conference K ame - SCOIIE INKS J'AC'T . place in the conference race, while' Sforr, Palmer Win 2?3K£Z£ JTSJM; Wom «'» Tag Match Larks Defeat Lyle, 63-49 i st 01 the way. ...„...,„., j la »iing i-uuiKsii a •>••> ict-uru, nun lour in double n FVI.M Avn n» -,,v ™ Ed Draheun sparked the Sophs *>" * l-eld on St. Olaf Lake, i figures. Gary Schun.mnl led with iai d h d afs PV hv~ ^ C ^ with 11 points, while Dean Stan- three mile s east of New Rich i 18 while Ron Kraft, Ted Stiles and land, and • key tallied nine for Mankato. ; It left the Sophomores with ; 0-1 record. signed south- lar. Cathy Starr of Columbus, Ohio, games. Billy Telasky paced Georgt Washington to its triumph over Boston U. by dunking 25 points. In another major upset, Baylor stopped Texas A&M, 55-49, in » Southwest Conference game. The Aggies are the favorites to win the league title. Marquette continued its torrid pace by chopping down the Air Force Academy, 67-46, for its 10th straight and 12th victory in 13 games. In the Ivy League, defending champion Dartmouth and Princeton won and continued in a first- place tie. Dartmouth crushed Columbia, 69-40, Princeton beat Yale, 71-55, Harvard edge Cornell, 67-66 and Brown vanquished Penn 72-64, in other league action. Maryland, still hoping to beat out North Carolina and North Carolina State for the Atlantic Coast Conference title, dumped South Carolina, 59-41. Clemson defeated Virginia, 70-63, in another AAC game. Oregon State threw the Pacific Coest Conference into a scramble by beating Southern Calif,, the only previously undefeated 'team in the conference, 61-53. California, defending champion, licked Washington again 55-44, Stanford crushed Idaho, 50-36, and UCLA halted Washington State, 68-41. The Skyline Conference opened a busy weekend with Denver stop. ping Colorado State Univ. 88-07. The big ones today included Louisiana State against Kentucky No. 1 12 p.m. CST, NBC). Corn Bowl Victory Riceville Five RICEVILLE, Iowa - Riceviiie defeated Manley, Iowa, 77-70, in a Corn -Bowl Conference basketball game here Friday night. Riceville led all the way and LeRoy bounced out 16-2 at the ; and Annette Palmer of North Da- held a VW halfti! P anrter and held a 28-7 lead at kota, won the women's tag match Balanced scoring the American Legion' Charley Hester each tallied 10. Post 110, at Lake City will sponsor a contest. The St. Ansgar B team won the preliminary game, ."2-lo. lUilill V!H. i LYLE. Minn. ro;u-h Bill a 46-33 spread and had no trouble Christopherson's Grand Meadow maintaining the lead in the final basketball team snapped a seven- period, i game losing streak with a 63-49 de- Jim Grabau, 5-11 Spring Valley cision over Lyle in a Southland °"' For center, had a good night with 20 Conference game here Friday points, while Keith Churchill add--night. ed 12. BuoiitT, t . Nt-L-Ajjj, f . Ciolber;;, c Oraiii-im, ifa..strom, f , ...! ...1 FT 0 TPi 21 iww Herb Score and tlu-ee others,: halftime. , wrestling feature at the Austin bringing to 21 the number of play- Steve Sorenson sparked the at-'Armory Friday night. i?rs who have agreed to contract tack with 16 points and Jerry! More than 400 howling fans terms for the 1H3!I season. ' ..5 ..1 . .0 ..G Munkalu B 12 15 18 20 IT ..0 . .0 ..2 It was the first win for the Larks Anderson, i For Spring Grove, Gerald Del- sinc e they defeated Spring Val-Tvl*'. K phai f o ers poured in 16 and Phil Scheevel le >'- 5 --39, in the opener. ..':..iiW, ' c followed with 10. The Larks led all the way and, M^dkm. g It left Spring Valley with a 4-6 neld a comfortable 33-19 advantage ! Sla " k ^'''V record and they are 2-3 in the at tne half wa y mark. i District One title race, i Grand Meadow got good rebound-! Spring Grove salvaged *he H in § a "d scoring from Jerry Simes, Russian All Stars game victory by Jw^ing Spring Jerr y Stejskal and Darrell Simon- «ii-ji«r» Valley, 25-24, in the preliminary. son > wn o finished in double fig; ures. Simes led the way with 24 Army Seeks NCAA Nod for Prep Education Program ville as Cannon Wallace led the attack with 19 points. Gene Grim,,, Drandau. who also dominated the' watched Starr, who substituted~to! s 3n,5 "if J^R^^n ""'V rebounding, added 10. : Laura Martinez, flatten both Lor-j 23 for the losers Neil Lang tallied 11 for Glen- • nu'ne Johnson, Red Wing, and ville, but he was the only effec- • Marrs Monroe, Superior, Wis., in I live scorer. the third and deciding match. LeRoy's superior size and speed Monroe needed 14:30 to pin Pal- In the girls game, Manley defeated Kiceville, 55-39, as Shenm Hager tallied 14 joints. By JIM KENSIL CINCINNATI (AP)—Army couraged by a smashing gave them control from the- mer for tne fil ' st lal L while John- |2G. start. A tight defense limited the A0n squared the match by pinning Trojan's attack. Palmer in the second. Johnson also won the first bout Angela """ from giving pre-educaiiui;; post-graduate aid to athletes. 13') i ' "" course at Bradcn Military Acad- finy. Cornwall - on - the -Hudson, Ine resounding vote in tavor ot N'.Y i- In The LeRoy B team also won the preliminary game, 31-27 as Gary! w!len sne P inned Palmer in 14:00. T H 8 2E, Add Notch,Tl to 5 CBANDALL SIGNS. I points, while Stejska! and Simoni : (wf™^ ^T*' MILWAUKEE, Wis. w - Catch- ; son added 11. (AP) ~ Suty ieconds *r Del Craadall Friday became It was the eMitli toe first Milwaukee Braves'play- back for Earl GustafsouY Lyle Colo. i education program for I tive Cadet football players. | And the 18-man Council was to Norby contributed 19 points. Mclntire Tumbles Against Calwell attended the week-long meeting-, postponed until the MCINTIRE, control, Calwell defeated ball Mcln- legislation tire, 23-15, in a Lime Rock Con- tr to sign a 1959 contract. Additionol Sports on Page 11 of The Grand Meadow B team also woa the preliminary game i 32-30. capacity crowd of 3,200 fans of 'by the overwhelming vote of dele- • prep school program, a year-long affair which includes nigni. were a ir stam P approval to the Army re- lean Football Coaches A«sn ' .the Russian all-stars required to Quest. Under an amendment to Thprp u-, - „„ . -^ " i ... -» g ht set- colmnce colorado cdlege and a : the NCAA by , aws passed Fnday ^ - () - .n^outM* chance ^^^thletioj, i^ota 14-9 advantage at halftime. In the semi-final bout, Greg Peterson. St. Paul, pinnsd Joe Snyder, Minneapolis, in 21 minutes. Johnson Tollies 16 as Stacyville Wins STACYVILLE, Iowa - Led by Dean Johnson's 16 points, Stacyville defeated Carpenter, 56-39, in ja Lime Rock Conference basket- The Calwell led all the way and held ball game Friday night 14-9 advantage at halftime. - ' Lee Katcher with eight points Lark Wrestlers Defeat Chatfield GRAND MEADOW, Mum Coach Dave Luikart's Grand Meadow wrestling team defeated Chatfield, 34-20, here Thursday night. U left the Larks with a 4-1 record. They have defeated ChatliHd twice, Hayfield and Blooming P ne, but lost to Spring Valley. Next Wednesday, Grand M»a- dow hosts Preston, then nm -u rai scored twice in the'er to grant exceptions to national, legiate Athletic Periodservke academies minute of the and stormed to an 11-5 victory! sion to prep athletes. All over the collegians. . . ,—-_. - u *_i^7C J*aLL,I Stern Cot rpreTp^r^but^S "be ^^ the . wil}ners - while Kc » M permitted to if a requested ex-' In the girls game. Calwell deal- cepUon met Council approval. The f ea ted Mclntire 612'' •\*«rt- ( A 1 1* It'n.vsin. l Ann i_J «__ j-i i « . • _ * v * *"*• a 2-8 rec- Spring Valley in a return matcn Stacyville led most of the way Thursday, and held a 24-21 halftime spread. (Charles Hk-kty (Km Bob Holf Ken Theobold tallied 21 points man (U2 ); u uane jj,^" ( !, ,,; for the losers. .Paul Teig M27i- ni,-lt MI ' It left Stacyville with a 4-5 c<*i- (138); Lloyd Sm'rskovski n™ ference mark. . Arviii Jacob.soi, ' ' The Stacyville B team won the Grafe (165) won preliminary game, 42-20. , I Grand Meadow

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