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RESUME SMJCC PLAY TONIGHT Austin JC to Meet Strong Worthington Hid Guffs Austin Junior College basketball team <fidn't bar* moch feck in a pair of recent Mn-confeftftM gam**, bat they hope to chang* 4be pattern tonight when tbey return to Sootbern Mto- nesoU Jontar College Conference warfare against Worthington JC. The Blue Devih wfll carry an 0-2 conference mark against Worthington when they tangle at 7:30 p.m. at the Austin firm. This is the first SMJCC start for the Tisttcrs, wi» buflt a M record against non-conference foes. A victory tonight win snap a two-gam* losing streak for toe Slat Detih, following do** s*t- backs against Ribbing JC and w*]. dorl College. UK double toss gfre* then a 3-5 recrod for the season. Cuff expects plenty of trouble as the Bluejays come here with a veteran club. In their last start Saturday, the Jays dropped a 9666 decision to Northwestern Junior College of Orange, Iowa, but coach Bob Snyder explains away the loss. "We just ran into a hot-shoot- AUSTIN DAILY HERALD SPORTS 12-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Wednesday, Jan. 14, '59 Owatonna, Mankato for Mat Crown It's the same old story in the Big Nine Conference wrestling race. As schools head into the final month of dual conference and non- conference meets, preliminary to district, region and state eliminations, Owatonna and Mankato remained undefeated and are likely to bold that rating until their bead-on clash in Mankato, Feb. B. Only once in the past six or seven years have the two schools gone into their last march with anything but undefeated records. That was last year when Owatonna dropped one of six starts before facing the defending champions. Back on Jan. 24, 1952, Owatonna lost a 22-18 match to Austin. After that, the Indians went on a victory march that totaled 31 straight by late February fa 1955 when Blue Earth cut the string. Against Big Nine opponents, the string readied 24 by February of 1956! when Mankato won. I Raise in Pay One Reason Quinn Bolts By CHUCK CAPALDO Associated Press Sports Writer MILWAUKEE, Wis. (AP) — The only thing that eluded John Quinn in his 14 years as general manager of the Milwaukee Braves was a promotion. Tuesday, after twice being passed over when bigger, better paying jobs became available in the Braves' front office, Quinn bolted to the Phillies at a healthy increase in salary. His title will be the same as it was with the Braves—vice president and general manager. His pay will jump from 122,500 to around $35,000. Quinn termed the change "the biggest decision I ever made in my life." Before Quinn took the Braves in 1945, they hadn't won a National League pennant in 31 years and hadn't finished in the first division in 10. Under his able direction, the Braves won a world champion ship, three NL pennants and fin ished in the first division 12 times. They also developed * farm system second to none. The resignation of the rail-thin, 50-year-old Boston irishman with craggy features left in its wake Owatonna 's 24-11 victory over Mankato in February of 1955 was the last meet for both schools. In the following November, Mankato started on its string of Big Nine victories which reached 24 last Friday as they beat Austin, 27-14, which tied Owatonna 's string of 24. The Scarlets appear certain to set a new conference win record Friday when they host Winona, which has won only one of five meets. Owatonna it scheduled for a tougher time as they take on Austin and Rochester travels to Albert Lea. BIO NIKE WRESTLDJO W. L. Pet. Pt«. Op. Ontonm , MJLZ&JhtO Nort&neid ..;.., '.'.3 a MO • j °o Jng club, while we were stone- cold," he pointed out. "We had a height advantage and controlled th« rebounds, but in that final 10 minutes there wasn't anything to rebound as Northwestern was swishing every shot." Despite the loss, the Bluejays had four players in double figures, including Tom Pribyl, the team's second-ranking scorer with a 21J average, who led the way with 16 poinjp. Snyder will have his regular combination of Ronnie Long, who is averaging close to 24 points per game, and Pribyl at the forwards, Allen DeWall at center and ) Kevin Schreurs and Jim Church at the guards. For Austin it will be Gordon Boike at center, Jerry Nelson and jBill Grant at forwards, and Larry Rensink and Roger Booher at guards. For Austin it will be Gordon Boike at center, Jerry Nelson and Bill Grant at forwards, and Larry Rensink and Roger Booher at guards. Rensink, who poured in 37 points in Austin's 82-78 setback against Waldorf, is the team's leading scorer with a 24.7 average for eight games. He has tallied 68 field goals and 62 free throws for 198 points. He is hitting a 17.0 clip in two conference games with 34 points. Boike is the only other Austin player to average better than 10 points per game as he has a 12.1 average for eight starts with 97 points. In the conference he has 31 points for a 15.5 average. Parents of junior college students win be guests at the game tonight. They will be introduced! in a group at halftime. The only other conference game this week finds Concordia JC of over Drake Monday night turned up this odd situation. Wichita's Elbert Urban ers P° se - Photofax) C0TTIR, LOYOLA WIN lender, Scheid Spark Pacelli Over Marian By TOM KOECK OWATONNA, Minn. - Sparked by some good shooting, Pacelli subdued Owatonna Marian, 49-29, here Tuesday night to remain in the thick of the Ravoux Conference title race. Leon Zender and Larry Scheid carried the attack as the Shamrocks posted a 6-1 conference record that left them IVt games be- fore Marian's Dave Ness broke the string with a jump shot. Zender, back in action after missing the Lourdes game because of a foot injury, found the range for 16 points and poured in four straight from outside the free throw circle in the second period to help the Shamrocks to a 29-16 halftime spread. Just as effective was Scheid, hind front-running and undefeat-j who tossed in a variety of shots for 13 points and added some good comfortable ed Winona Cotter. Pacelli fired at 43 per cent with 20 buckets in 46 attempts and were never in trouble. They moved out 5-0 be- RAVOUX CONFERENCE W L Pet. .857 .429 .«9 .286 .2% .143 P&cellt 6 Lourdes 3 Sacred Heart 3 Mirlan 3 Loyola 2 St. Felix 1 RESULTS TUESDAY P&celll 49, Marian 29 Cotter 72, Lourdw 69 Loyola 46, Sacred Heart 42 GAMES FRIDAY Loyola at Pacelli Marian at St. Felix Sacred Heart at Cotter Army Searches for Grid Coach as Blaik Resigns By ED CORRIGAN Associated Press Sports Writer WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) Army today began the long quest Albert Au»Un .2 .1 a genuine sorrow among Braves' personnel, "He made us what we are today," said one front office em- ploye, "He won't be easy to replace." Hawks Bump Laker Quint By THE ASSOCIATED PBESS If St. Louis Hawks' owner Ben Kerner need* a clincher to be sure of that five-year contract be offered Coach Ed MacAuley Tuesday then be need took no further than Tuesday night's game with Minneapolis. The Hawks defeated the Lakers, 110-95 in the second fame of a National BaskefeiU Assa, doubleheader after toe Detroit Pistons drubbed CipchvnaU 112-93. And the Hawks did it in typical MacAuley- style. , The Lakers were without their rookie ace Elgin Baylor, out with a sore throat. Another rookie, Boo Ejlis, took up the scoring slack with 1* point*. Cliff Hagan, with 25, and Bob Pettit, wita 23, led the Hawks. The Boyals went down to their 32nd defeat as Phil Jordan led Detroit with 34 points. Jinj Palmer topped Cincinnati with 14 points. M'ffijBfpnjjg stayed with tne Hawks for the first quarter, but St. Louis began » steady drive that never left then) behind after " kad, t firttwuK i J Wlnons ............1 4 Rochester o S .000 « MATCHES FRIDAY Austin at Oiratonna Wlnon*. at U&nk&to Rochester *t Albert l*» S-M Hockey Games Scheduled Tonight Tf e a t be r permitting, three Southern Minnesota League hockey games will be played tonight. Front - running Winona (6-0), bidding for its fourth straight hockey title, faces a tough assignment at Rochester, while Albert Lea travels to Faribault and Owatonna plays a North Mankato. Austin draws the open date but Bethany (4-0), the SMJCC io| i leader, plays at Waldorf and Rc- 55 « M ! Chester JC travels to Owatonna .333 ee TT Pillsbury. .200 81 -t« St. Paul at Dr. Martin Luther for a new football coach and ath- !!'" rd ?L ni ? ht- .T^,°. Jn0n ' < : 0 , n / er ' ! leUc director while failing to throw _i T» j . ,. ^ ^^ ^ ^ e mystery of why a coach on top of the world should abruptly quit. Earl (Red) Blaik, fresh from an undefeated season and the toast of the coaching set for his "lonely end" offense last year, resigned Tuesday, effective Feb. 15, his 62nd birthday, after 18 years with Army. His only reason: "This is the proper time to withdraw from college sports, as Vikings Rap Bryon 75-60 I To a man, Army brass were caught completely flatfooted. i One high West Point officer said i"We were so surprised that we The Vikings, who stretched a' have no one else in mind - We>re defeated Byron, 75-60, in a non- conference game here Tuesday Dodgers Gain 'Green Light 1 for Stadium LOS ANGELES (AP) — The record of eight victories, no de-, feats and one tie, the Cadets were j Dodgers are going to break ground certain bowl timber. But the poli- i within a month on iheir new base- work on defense. The success of Zender and Scb- eid took the pressure off Bob Schottler, who had some trouble avoiding the Marian defense, designed to keep him away from the ball. While Ness did a good job, he couldn't keep Schottler quiet all the time as the Shamrock ace added 10 points. Jerry Mascbka, who fin ished with five, did a good job j rebounding while Jim Decker's I all-around play made up for the loss of regular guard Jack Meyers, who sat this one out with a sprained ankle. While Pacelli h i t consistently, Marian failed to mount a consistent offense. Because of disciplinary reasons, the Knights were shy six members, including three regulars, and it proved an un- surmountable handicap. Ness did a tremendous j(Jb to pace the Knights with 17 points and his rebounding helped keep the Shamrocks from running wild. But he didn't get much halp as the,next best was four points cy of higher uns was against it, btadium in Chave* Ravine. from forward Pacelil Defense Strong Vjm As for the tutoring of players;^ go ahead to owner Walter before entrance, the NCAA ac.j 0 , Ma j ley Tuesday when it un . knowledged hist week that the service academies had special problems and therefore could see chVe^RaVinTsitTis"valid"' no harm in the tutoring. It is pos-1 sible Blaik pointed this out to the: O'Malley called the decision Scoring nine field goals, Mari- brass, got a turndown and decided'" thc first shutout of the season." ja n finished at a mediocre 23 per Marian had only 39 shots against ._„., . 'his contract'with *? utough PaceUi defense'and 11 city of Los Angeles for the ofu ™™ came ta the last P erlod when Marty Crowe substituted liberally. to call it quits. The high court's ruling was in! cenfc and tfa eir 29 points After expressing his regrets at, a taxpayer's suit brought by at- were made on tnc free throw line, leaving the Academy, and pointing j torney Phill Silver. His suit chal- Thev failed to mak e a basket in out the strong position of Array ilenged the transfer of the land toi^ e ^ ast ei £ht minutes, sports, Blaik said: the Dodgers because a clause inj Tne Shamrocks led by 18 points, "At the present time, there is:the deed by which the city ob-! 43 -^. at the three-quarter mark no personal commitment to anyjtained the property from the fed-j aml nad a 22-Point spread at 48- future plan, though within a rea-'eral government stipulated it be' 26 - before Crowe ran in the re' sonable time I shall accept one I used for public purposes, of several opportunities either in 1 „.. ., .... , television or business. Right now,' „ Sllv f r said he Wl11 W*** 1 to the Mrs. Blaik and I are gong to take^ United States Su P reme *" . l d »>a*TiA*T* Witt I*... M.J. EARL BLAIK win streak to'three straight led' W ' de open for a11 applications."; son bowl games and thus gain all the way and held a 37-24 ad-1 , re ar( r several theories about additional prestige. And it has vantage at halftime after mov- ..»».«« «u H n a »«»i- wy^u UflVC UUfr • * . __ « . . gets back Into action Sunday at ing front 2o ' 13 at lhe 3 uarter home against Faribault. Winona defeated Rochester, 9-3 In an earlier game. All contests begin at S p.m. Four Hayfield players finished Blaik's resignation. been said he wanted to be able to! It has been said he has a bad have prospective players tutored! stomach and the steadily increas-! before taking the entrance exami-: ing pressures of the game are get-!nations just as Navy has been; in double figures with Russ Bakka- j ting to be too much. It has also 'doing, gZ3P ° lDt L8Iy Hy " ee " S2id he Was 2t the end of a short vacation." Lyle Snaps Losing Streak ° Nates Gain 61-35 Win Over Johnson's Nates kept within striking distance for the City League basketball lead with a 61-35 victory over Johnson's at the Shaw gym Tuesday night. It was the fifth victory in six starts for Nates and they trail front-running Austin Printing by one game. Johnson's was left with a 1-8 record. Nates held a 31-20 margin at halftime and it was 43-24 going into the final period. Rosenbaum led the attack with 18, while Bednar added 16. Phil Bundy collected 11 for the losers. Austin Printing and Midway Car Sales tangle tonight at the high school gym. Cots' Ruklick Holds Slim Scoring Lead CHICAGO (AP) -. Northwest era's Joe Ruklick holds a slim three-point lead over Iowa's Dave Crimther today in the Big Ten all- games basketball scoring race. Ruklick has 259 points in 11 games for a 23.5 average. Gunther, closing in, has 256 points in 11 games for a 23.2 average. Willie Merriweather of Purdue is third with 223 points in 11 games for a 20.2 average. Coming up from the outside is Michigan's John Tidwell who holds fourth place with 216 points in 11 games for a 19.6 average. Minnesota's Ron Johnson is in eighth place with 182 points in 10 games for an 18.2 average. AL Screening Board to Interview Cronin CHICAGO (AP) - Joe Cronin, general manager of the Boston Red Sox, today will appear before an American League screening committee in an action which will lead to bis becoming league president. The 52-year-old Cronin, long . M j brass Army should last two offer the most Io g ; - At the end ° f ™ De Vrieze 14 and Dave Senjem 10. John Grande was the big gun! for Byron as he tallied 21 points. Maynard Christenson collected Hi and Roger Parker finished withj 10. j The victory was the fourth in nine starts for Hayfield. In their, last three games, they have scored 221 points. i The Hayfield B team won the' preliminary game, 45-21. ; rpv »FM ' . - — ,__ „..«*, uui- »» \, f\ QUV nj jicc The Vikings return to Wasioja :: is drafting a new rule liberalizing so that the small colleges Conference action Friday night at -• v --' : '-- i: — -•- «•-••» • - ° Pine Island. FIGHT RESULTS SEATTLE — T«rrj Lewi*, 239. Spokane, knocked out Hank Tburmon. 21 ?: *fi? Angeles, 8. SOUTHLAND STA.VDIXGS W L ,.,,.5 0 post-sea- season, when-Army compiled a 1 ??' 56 . Creek 4 i LeRoy i.'.'.'i,' .','*,' ,".4 2 Grand Meadow , .'i 4 serves with four minutes left. It was Pacelli's 'second victory over Marian as they won the first a review, but he admitted the { Same, 40-31. It left the Shamrocks highest court might not entertain j with an overall 11-3 record. his petition on the ground it does They get back into action Fri- not have jurisdiction. |d a y night at home when they host "If the U. S. Supreme Court ! Mankato Loyola. turns me down for a hearing, then j I guess O'Malley has won and can I ed Shamrock B team, coach- Jim Lenrnan, won the pre- build in Chavez Ravine," said Sil-; Hminary game, 53-12. Roger Arnebergh Glenyille Q GAMES FRIDAY Rose Creek at Elkton Glenville at Grand Meadow LeRoy at, Lj-le New Rule Will Ease Football Substituting LOS ANGELES (AP) - The allow two platoons. We don't want ,., •„ NCAA Football Rules Committee that, but we want to free the rule'- . ' 46 " 31 ' in • .1 ti* _ i ... ... . v.«v t u*t_ _ r*nnfo*»o«*u» affn!** ver. City Atty. said he c« •wo! would piocjj plans for the sodium '.GS7 i now. He said the Dodgers can •2M! petition now to have the property jooo; rezoned. « York> ""oPPOd -"do Mente. IM',4, Houston, '5. MERIDEN, conn. — Charlie Mauri 210. Hartford, knocked out Johnny Richards, .188, Philadelphia, 1. substitutions in football. a single man in the came with I GLENVILLE, Minn. - Coach, jEarl Gustafson's Lyle basketball I team broke an eight-game losing •streak Tuesday night, defeating) in a Southland! , Conference affair, can get { mi}e tfae Uons gaw dayljght for As th may return to the Pa «> the first time tllis season, Glen- once - Pro Wrestling at Albert tea, Owafonna tag fr .m,. s ,>. „., „ sr-.j;.3*s£ r;r^;Li p b5j"*»«'-°-»'^ •»• be Uberalfctd lor the benefit oi »>« *»'' ™* platoons." , olenville ' m ^ gjve np w . lh>i|l the small colleges. Pacelli Zender, 1 ,,.., 7 Schottler, t 3 Schiltz, t 0 Ray, f 0 Smith, g o Hastings, t 0 MAschka, c 2 Donovan, c .....0 Heading the all-star professional'j^g 1 °. <1>f ;; Q card will be Penny Banner andjRocfcers,"g"!"!!!"!!'.',',;o championship women's S £££ Cotter Beats Lourdes In other Ravoux Conference action last night, Cotter won its eighth straight by stopping Rochester Lourdes 72-69. Bob Cyert led Cotter with 17 points, while Jerry Fogarty of Lourdes grabbed scoring honors with 28 points. Mankato Loyola won its second Ravous loop game by upsetting Waseca Sacred Heart, 46-42. Jim BOARDS Orl WING— Helmut Recknagel, top, of East Germany won German-Austrian Ski Jumping meet at Garmisch - Partenkirchen with 282-foot leap. Russia's Koba Tsakadse, center, and Nikolai Schamow, bottom, finished second and third, respectively. Cobblers Cling to Slim Lead With Victory The Concordia Cobbers of Moorhead today hung tightly to their slim lead over the Mlnnecnta Intercollegiate Conference basketball . race following a close win over Hamline. The Cobbers, who defeated. Hamline Tuesday night 63-61, come to the showdown Saturday when they play host to second place Duluth Branch. Concordia, undefeated in six conference starts, will be up against Duluth's 5-0 record. St. John's, in a tie for third place with Hamline, defeated St. Thomas 100-89 in another MAC game Tuesday night, the first time the Johnnies turned the trick over the Toms in 8 tries. In other games, St. Cloud State downed Augsburg 95-74 in a non-conference tilt, while Grinnell bested St. Olaf 74-72 in the Midwest Conference. Tonight, Carleton will be at Macalester and Loras at Winona State. A long shot by Bob Mathias and a free throw by Roger Adair wrapped up Concordia's victor* over Hamline. The Pipers' Lee Hopfenspirger hit 25 points, but the Cobbers put on a balanced attack to put down several Hamline threats. St. John's outdistanced St. Thomas on free throws, 24-13, while both- teams had 38 field goals in the high scoring game. The loss sank the Tommies back ctNthe MIAC cellar with Augs- Bierman had 18 for the winners burg. Jake Muhvic hit 31 points and Jerry McLoone counted 15 for for the winners, with Ed Mergens Sacred Heart. hitting 27 for the Toms. Dick Thompson hit 30 points for Augsburg but St. Cloud's superior power and six men in double fig- A subcommittee headed by Dr.ia struggle. They trailed by two Lorraine Johnson, who will meet; /(•». 1 ~ « — ••»«•»»• t*j *-»* * ; — — -«— OO* v * »*»v^ »4 U4*^\4 \J V bWU I — — ---'-«•'• *• »*«««««j\*«*| n it\j TT 1** 41JU\, V We are not going all the way Ellwood Geiges, secretary of the i points, 10-8, at the quarter and Belle star r and Kay Noble in the to unlimited substitution," said rules committee, will make one of managed a 19-19 tie at halftime kupn ™' f ^ >h '° a tn " "- — u -Acting Chairman H. 0. (Fritz) three reports expected to come Lyle made its move in the third Lrisler of Michigan. "That would before the NCAA closing session period, 29-24, and added 15 points Unranked Louisville Cuts Down Bradley C ° mf0rt - a one ,, Noble and Lorraine Tohn ! one failor , Q minute match ^ ^ By BEN OLAN Associated Press Sports Wrikr The University of Louisville has been going down the college basketball ladder steadily since putting together a 21-5 mark two years ago. But once in a while the Cardinals spring a surprise. Tuesday night was a case in point, when they beat seventh- ranked Bradley 79-66. And it was a comparatively easy victory, too. Bradley trailed by four points at the inter^-ssion, and Richmond 72-64. 64-47 and Baylor upset Southern blocking Methodist 70-53. l took a 74-56 Ivy League victory over Harvard and two out of three fall or one hour time limit tag match. In the semifinal bout, Greg Pet... p t_. , i .terson of St. Paul meets Joe Snv- i - subcommittee also Is to re-j able victory i der o{ Mione 0 , JSi y port on whether goal posts are to' Th"* Lyle players finished in or 30 minute match stay where they are at the end ; double figures. Block set the pace , of the field. Rather than place : with n - wnile Peters and Ander- the crossbar at the goal line, the son eacjl hit 10. subcommittee is likely to widen! Bob Farrij > sparked Glen ville I at 8^45 "p'ni the uprights, which would tend to; with 12 an <i R°8«r Lee contributed: Another top wrestling card will encourage field goals. |mne. j be held Monday; Jan> 19? at ^ ' Albert Lea Armory. The feature bout is a tag match between Herb and Seymour Freeman of New York and Stan Lisowski of Milwaukee and Joe Paz- andak, Minneapolis. Marrs Monroe, clever woman Wagner, g 0 fe ft 2 4 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 18 10 i lures made the victory no prob- o lem. 5 0 Marian ^^** Ua #* defeat «' ! The ^ Deport is on clarifica- ...SlJ??.!* 1 ^, W ° n "" pre ' tion of the use of hand and fore- 35-21. In the Southwest Conference, ; arm in blocking. Crisler says there' Texas Christian increased its lead is considerable confusion by offi- TebbettS to MILWAUKEE (AP) - Milwau- D. Ne&s, f o Von Ruden, t 2 ~~ ' 0 .,.,,,. ti 0 1 20 9 1» 49 tg ft pf tp Stewartville Edges LeRoy 31 17 9 29 Faleon Turns Back tussle. Marquette blasted 96-74 for its llth Dartmouth IOOK a 74-56 iw .* _ : dent Bjrdje wanted General KENYON. Minn. - Faribault duties perma"nraUy7A«pit.j 1 Valparaiso, tabled, b7-50, in a non-confer-' tions to the contrary. by^agaiuafewminu^laur:!^ D^ul^^ ^J?S5; £t J^ i !^<* h defeat *! 13 •«-. •«. i Kenyon jumped off 23-12 .t the' P^ide^wt"S pSeTout TuT quarter and were never pressed. ! da >' to join the Philadelphia Phil- They held a 35-21 lead at the quar- lies wno Save him a healthy boost ter. : in pay. kee Braves Executive Vice Presi-! Wre f" f rom Su P erioi > Wis - will 9 H Score by Quarers Pac«!lt ................. 14 29 43—49 Marian ................. 4 TV Ring Debut for Maravilla By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP)-Roque Mara- LE ROY, Minn. - Stewartville overcame a 60-59 deficit in the a: final two minutes with free throws to edge LeRoy, G5-G2, in a non- conference game here Tuesday night. In fact, the visitors won the 18 25-29 game on the free throw line where they poured in 23 of 32 chances while trailing the Cardinals 2G to 21 in baskets. LeRoy dropped 10 of 23 gifters. LeRoy trailed 32-29 at halftime after the teams deadlocked 14-14 at the quarter. LeRoy then spurted for 24 points in the third period and a 52-19 lead, but it failed to hold up. Jerry Brandnu of LeRoy and special bout 8:30 p.m. open the show at but against the No. 5 contender, Sonny Ray. Ray, a 23-year-old counter- puncher and body-pummivl.'er who came up through Chicago's small the side and the Cardinals pulled j ington and Lee 89-46 away. Tieman led the scoring with Elsewhere, Buckn* 20 points. West Virginia was the only other team among the top 10 to see action and the lOth-rated Moun- ,* m r • W —• — »-•'»• ««-•*• k*«w AWVU -» OV^U *1*V^414* time b*ir to the position, is tfaejtaineers came through handsome- only person to be interviewed for,ly by trimming WiUiam and Mary the job vacated by retirement of j 88-76 for their 42nd consecutive Will Harridge. Southern Conference victory. .— , - " J ~~ «-rw WHWV* vo-tW^, miVbVtf* Cronin s appoiatmeat is con- The Mountaineers, seeking their ft ABA J A t 1 4 - - 1 _. . . . * W ~ ^ BuckneU State i pulled i the sec- Memphis Tom Lieb and Wayne Slaten t<> J to lift its record to 9-1 and Enebak tallied 15andRichGoodl4forFaribaulT at a meeting of club i at «-0. owwrs la New York, Jsj». 81 I In another Southern Conference Connecticut beat New Hampshire Faribault was handicapped by in the Yankee Conference 65-51. i losing four start ers on fouls and In tonight's most important KeD >' on fi red at a 48 per cent clip, game, top-ranked North Carolina! It left Faribault with a 4-6 rec- State faces fourth-rated North lord and gave Big Nine teams a Carolina. Other contess pit Xavi-'22-16 record against non-confer- er of Ohio at Dayton, South Caro- '• ence rivals line »t Wake Forest and Yale at! The Falcons play New Army. Milwaukee management indicated Tebbetts will take over Quiim's duties only for the time being, but the Associated Press learned tha will be made Staples to Manage Watertown Baseball WATERTOWN, S.D. (AP) Ken Staples, 32-year-old formei 13 for the Cardinals, • Wilson and Bob Foss contributed 16 apiece for Stewartville. The setback smiimed a two-game clubs, has won 8 of his last 7y ! *"! ! tring £or Rick Hubbard'a club, bouts and is a 2-1 favorite. which was left with a 4-6 record. . .. . The Stewartville B team won the in his last outing Nov. 14, Ray j preliminary game, 38-28. professional baseball and hockey made ^ impressive but losing' player, has been named to man- j l)attle with the No - 1 rated con-; age the Watertown Lake Sox base- ^ euder > Tony Anthony, in Madison i S ball team. playiflg Bassey and Moore £ * nn ° ullcmeilt ex " *e Northern League in batting Bowdry, doing it three times. t 18 DATES SHIFTED lerwei ht ( ^' ~" Wwld Feath " —— ».»«««o*' *"* vj*cuju «u»i0fUA«i 4 wo i. mvu ot live starts' af T - i t"** oHssey Forks in his first year of pro ball in 1958, including a defeat by Ed- »„•,"« defend his title in 1946. 'die Pott™ in hi* la^ «„„ out aeamsl n ° VI "' M : - '-- ' the South ; Ray's victims. Presently , record, including 7 knockouts. Maravilla has 18 kayoes in record. ••"i The original date was Feb. 25 i but lhe illness of one of Bassey's a j managers caused the postpone- I ment.

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