The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on January 15, 1959 · Page 8
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fi/6 NINE CONFERENCE CAGE ROUNDUP More Job EDGE WORTHINGTON 78*74 Austin to Host Owatonna switches Pacelli and Loyola Clash Here/riday There Is little chance Martv Crowe's Austin Pacelli basketball team will get stale from lack of had its tips and downs, furnish: Bey hopes speed, ball-handling the opposition Friday night at 8 ; and spirit will help lick the heigh p.m. for Ove Berven's Packers in; problem his team probably start at forward with Odlc, while Jim Russell will be nl center and and Schman- bolh much experience to bank on with "For certain we'll need U The Shamrocks are slated for more action Friday night at home when they host Mankato Loyola Ravoux Conference Bey also has plenty of reserve strength with to But the Indians are improving j cbnmps, and they can be counted on, as j Bey's our to we're happy Paulson, Jim Johnson and Roy in a reurn game. This is the second conference venture for the Shamrocks this week as they kept in the thick The velernns back are 5-7 Tom Lowrie, 3-11 John Schtnanski and 6-3 Dave Odle, who gets a of points snd big share of rebounds. Odle, who was an conference choice in football, plays forward and in four conference linonn ic ;,, ,i™.i,i i " nel| P IS '" «'<>»»l ns "' recent « nm « hc fins «"'««' ' , ,, . Harold Buseth Wayne Gaustad available. mediocre 4-6 overall record, but! it includes a 63-39 victory over Albert Lea, the team that dumped the Packers. They are 1-3 in the conference and dropped a close 4441 verdict to Northfield last week. The Packers (6-1) risk a 3-1 conference mark and they share first place with Mankato and Red Wing. They turned in a brilliant performance to spnnk previously un- 71-43, in in Football of things by besting Owatonna games is ^ m \ nf , nt a ,3.5 cll ., ATrtMcitM jic\ on nr*<>A»]n.. •.:»!.i . . ' Marian, 49-29. Tuesday night. The verdict left them in undisputed second place and with an overall 11-3 record. Pacelli defeated Loyola, 65-37, in the first game and is favored to repeat. The Mankatoans come here with a 2-5 loop record, which includes a 46-42 victory over Waseca Sacred Heart Tuesday. The Crusaders have a 4-10 season record. Two other conference games are scheduled Friday night, as front- running Winona Cotter (8-0) entertains Sacred Heart (3-4) and Marian (2-5) travels to Waseca to play St. Felix (1-6). with 54 points. Lowrie is the oilier Indian ace in the select, scoring group with a ^-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD last outing. If they can Owatonna's chances for an uspet are slim. However, the Packers may bp jshorthanded as the status of guard Mike Marineau is in doubt. Jarineau suffered a sprained ankle against Mankato and he may not start. If he isn't ready, it will be Lyle Cline and Tom Kezar in the back court. Thursday, Jan. 15, '59 College Football Changes Sub Rule; Widen Goal Posts By ROB MYERS By HUGH FULLEKTON Jft NEW YORK (AP) - Football's old-timers will experience badly mixed emotion, to ««y th» least, if they see Joe Kuharich coaching the Irish against a still unknown successor to Earl (Red) Blalk — and Blaik and Frank Leahy second-guessing from the stands. That next 'meeting won't take place before 1964 unless a change in coaching regimes at both institutions brings a change in scheduling practices. After the 1958 game, ending a brief resumption of the old series,' Blalk said Army's schedule commitments through 1963 bared another Notre Dame game. Big Developments Since then Terry Brennan has The other starters are Jerrv lbeen replaced by Kuharich as Goodwin at center, John Dean and Clayton Reed at forwards with Tom Berven, Jim Miller, Ron Anhorn, Don Bulger and Terry Brown available for reserve duty. Three other Big Nine games are scheduled as Albert Lea plays at Rochester, Red Wing at Northfield and Mankato at Winona, Faribault is idle, but plays New Prague in a non-conference game Saturday As a result of rules changes,! the-post distance of IB feet 6 inch-'night, rrvc AXT^T™ ,. ™ ,-, „ • & ames should be ™™ wide open, es to 23 feet 4 inches, or the out-j fooSnlMn^fwilln^ SC ° rin8 ^ Crowd - pleas - side distance of 19 ' 2 l ° 2 <- TheJAusin and Owatonna Sophomore .«, -. *«.. ,,.„,. football in 18.>9 wil have the wild, ing. | posts remain 10 yards back of the Crowe'* starting lineup is in! card P' 8 ? 61 " to fol ' ow the famous Such was the hope today of the i goal line " • '" I ° I ? e T",, end '' J ^ I 958 ' „ :men who ^te and rewrite the! 3. Revisions of penalties, Includ- LJ Ca , player wil1 be .™ le book ' lh(! N£ >t>onal Collegiate; ing infractions on tries for the A preliminary game between the usin and Owatonna Soj teams begins at fi:30 p.m. doubt as Jack Meyers is still hobbled with a sprained ankle. If hc does not play, Jim Decker and 18 substitute who can re-enter n. Rules Committee. Their major'extra point. Larry Scheid will handle they back! 6 ame as many times as his conch changes, announced Wednesday! Unchanged was the two-point court assignment. Other starters j chooses, provided hc goes in when ' after a three-day meeting: ! conversion rule, are Leon Zender and Bob Schott-| tl)e 8 ame c!ock is stopped. 1. Relaxation of the substitution Acting Chairman H 0 (Fritz) The player could •---•---•• ' ler at forwards and Jerry Maschka Te P lnver collld b e « key; rule. Crisler, serving as head of the at center. j quarterback, a kicking specialist 1 2. Widening the goal posts-for ! committee for the 10th year said One change has been made in or P erh «PS a guard carrying in- j the First time in the history of the; there was considerable sentiment the Pacelli schedule, The return game with Winona Cotter has been moved to Saturday, Feb. 14, and will be played at the Austin High School gym. It previously was scheduled Feb. 13. The Pacelli-Loyola contest begins at 8:15 p.m. Packer Mat Team Travels to Owatonna The Austin wrestling team gets a chance to scramble the Big Nine Conference race Friday night when they travel to Owatonna. The Indians risk a 4-0 conference mark against the Packers and structions from the sidelines. St. Ansgar, Carpenter Gain Tourney Finals i game — from the present inside- j against a return to the two-platoon system. He explained the "wild card" r, as in a poker game, this way: Ray Awarded Ring Verdict; fa/ares Hand By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP) - Sonny Ray, with a smashed right hand, and Roque Maravilla, who was in a c ,.,, blackout for seven rounds, wentL ,' unf ' lle ^ . a ™ positions at Notre Dame coach and last Tuesday Blaik abruptly announced his retirement from his Army coaching and athletic director posts. These have been the two most startling developments in' football coaching since the end of the 1958 season. Army and Notre Dame are just two of nearly a dozen major football schools which have change or are in the process of changing coaches this winter. So far the moves have gone this way. Bennie Oosterbaan retired at Michigan and assistant Bump Elliott moved up to replace him. Tally Stevens was advanced after Harold Kopp left Brigham Young. Johnny Druze quit a thankless job at Marquette and former pro coach Lisle (Liz) Blackbourn eventually was hired. Tom Nugent left Florida State to replace ousted Tommy Mont at Maryland and Wednesday Wisconsin assistant Perry Moss took the Florida State job. Another ex-assistant, Jim Miller from Purdue, succeeded Wally Fromhart at Detroit. Rensink Tallies 30 as Blue Devils Win Larry Rensink sparked a last half drive as Austin JC deafeated Worthington JC, 78-74, in a Southern Minnesota Junior College Conference basketball thriller here Thursday night. Playing before t "Parents Night" crowd, the Austin guard) finished with 30 points and poured in 22 in the second half as the Blue Devils rebounded from a 34-31 deficit at intermission. Although it was enough to swing the victory, it was not his best effort. In losing to Waldorf College last week, Rensink finished with 07 points, his top production this year. While not a record, it did move Rehsink to the top in SMJCC scoring with a 21.3 average for three games.-He nudged James Homey of Bethany, wlio has a four-game average of 19.0 In nine games, Rensink has totaled 228 points for a 25.3 average, another first. Rensink hit a variety of shots. When he couldn't find room to hit consistently from drive, he outside. He had plenty of help from center Gordon Boike and reserve Don Dimmel. Before he fouled out, Boike contributed 22 points to give him a 17.6 average in three conference games and it boosted his total to 119 points for all games. RMJCC STANDINGS W. L. Pet. Bethany JC 40 1.000 Dr, Martin Luther ........2 1 .867 Concordla 1 '1 .500 Austin JO 1 2 .333 Worthington Jo ,,.....,..0 1 ,000 Rochester JC ." 0 3 .000 RESULTS WEDNESDAY Austin 78, Worthington 74 GAMES FRIDAY Bethany JO at Waldorf Rochester at Owat. Pillsbury GAMES SATURDAY Concordla JC at Dr, Martin Luther "If only one eligible substitute —«^«««» ^ a^vd. iuuuua, WCIH !R , _ enters the field while the clock is through the motions for 10 rounds f ayloriand V°,? ate ; There By DAVE OWEN stopped, he will not be recorded ; Wednesday night. as an entry except during an ox-j R fl y. the fifth ranked light cess time out, such as when a' heavyweight contender, gained a i y n f player is hurt. j unanimous decision in the Chicago ! been strong indications that Bob Blackman, successful and personable Dartmouth coach, is in a post at Baylor. It was just a case of too much ' """H~o"wever7if'more than one sub- ! Stadium nationally" televised" bout'. ,,n laik>S . rMOm ™ndations likely j will receive great consideration in i rAODPMTC'a T 01 . i, . , , ..••."... nowever, u more man one suu- omuium nauonaiiy teieviseci oout. CARPENTER Iowa- St. An*, height for Little Cedar, and it was stitute enters the field between! Ray tagged his Boise, Idaho, gar and Carpenter won easy vie-; a meeting between the biggest and downs, each sub will be recorded, opponent with a long right with Jones m the Mitchell County Bas-j smallest schools in the tourna-j "Basically, we are keeping the the first punch he threw in the! S 1 r™"^ T T r ° Und i mCnt ' , i rule ° f last year " Bllt ll wil1 a «™ first round - Maravilla, making his I Wednesday night, to set up a; In the other semifinal game J a team to get a man into the; TV ring debut, staggered. A left I _-i__i.' f haS of his successor. T' V -seeking "David - Goliath" battle in the championship game Saturday. Tall and fast St. Ansgar, the de- Carpenter downed Mclntire, 66-35.1 game when the clock is dead."iand another righ floored him. division title and unless Carpen-i an upset would give Mankato (3-j Ter'Tan Turn"gTant'"kmer'"'tlIe'yi Melvin Johnso " finished with 10 changed. 0) undisputed first place if the will add another trophy to their | amece ' case. j The Saints had no trouble hand- Scarlets defeat Winona. Austin, coached by Sky Wilcox, dropped a 27-14 decision to Man- Long List of Names Pacing the winners was Bob 1 Another change increases the Maravillla came out after taking| in j^* j™ t ^ na^es*—^08^ others ; number of times out per half from a nine count, covered up well andjf ormer Army p i ayers or assistants Bruce! fou / to f've. . | * eal . hefred il ' From «« n on until: to Blaik who hold important coach- Gordon added 11, and Dean and' RuleB involving penalties were!the Ia st two rounds, they pumped j mg po sts They include Dale H _ n 'ineffective shots at each otherj Army backfield coach and ^ j Bobby Dobbs, Tulsa's head coach; Yeoman, Michigan State as- ling Little Cedar, 75-50, and got Fred Vaughn counted 14 for Mc- lntire. Carpenter led all the way, mov- kato last week which left them! all their boys into the game. Again i illg in front 17-S a ' the <l liarter anrl It'll V» a 1 *l MAnfctuAv. A A *u4«_1> __ . .. . _ 90.1 1 nf IntOfMH ICC \f\V\ Tt time- C*l 1*7 with a 1-2 conference mark. Keith Fossey, with 27, and Dave 29-U at intermission. It was 53-17 Bluth Must Battle Jinx BUFFALO. N. Y. (AP) — Ray Bluth of St. Louis leads a field of 16 qualifiers into the four-day All Star Bowling finals starting today, margins, which Little Cedar was j Carpenter vs. Little' Cedar, be-! And with him goes a jinx as old ^ y > r°^ g the ™? es ' ,. . Most of Maravilla s action came, - m the final two rounds, after he (Sistant . vince Lombardi( director , I r\l ItlH m tr iirHn«*\Kn*ii»r. ., ' of the New York Giants attack found out where he was. meet Rochester meets Albert Lea injLangrock, with 24, gave the Saints i at the three - ( J uart€ ' the other Big Nine test Friday, their scoring punch. Little Cedar's) Carpenter and St. Ansgar ...... At Owatonna the preliminary top man was Keith Johnson with : in the championship game at 8:45 bout begins at 6:30 p.m. and the! 25. varsity match at 8 p.m. Wilcox announced one switch in '.p.m. Saturday. St. Ansgar engineered some large; The finals of the girls division, ELBOW IN FACE — Larry Rensink (white uniform) drives for layup, but gets elbow in face from Tom Pribyl (31) during second half of Austin JC-Worthington basketball game here Wednesday night. Rensink missed, but dropped two free throws as he totaled 30 points to spark 78-74 Blue Devil victory. (HERALD Photo). Dimmel added 10 points^all of them coming in the second,'lialf and Al crucial moments. It t£&g,hi« basket with 7:01 remaining ^thal moved the Blue Devils in fronti 64-63, for the last time. He followed with another to give Austin a 66-63 spread and hit again at 2:48 that made it 72-67. - Wr ;, , Although they started slow,:th» Blue Devils fired at 40 per cent with 33 buckets in 82 attempts to pick up their first conference win against two losses. : Bob Snyder's Bluejaya couldn't match this pace as they dropped 27 of 76 chances for 35 per cent, but added 20 of 33 free throws to threaten to the end. Dominate Rebonnds Worthington had better scorini balance with four in double figures and most of; the timg; they controlled the rebounds. Tom Pribyl set the pace with 21 points, followed by Tom Loni with 19, Kevin Schreurs 14 and Jim Church 10. It left Long with 115 points in five games for « 23.0 average. It was Worthington'* first conference start and the defeat left them with a 3-3 season .record. The visitors led by as much a» nine points during.the first half, but a late spurt of 10 points moved Hal Cuff's club into the lead 31-29 with 2:25 left before intermission. The Bluejays rallied back for it* three-point halftime spread on * basket and free throw by Long and •two free throws by Schreurs. Need Late Rally Worthington was out by *ix points, when the Blue Devils rallied again to recapture the lead at 45-41, early in the second half. During the stretch drive, the scor* was tied six times and the lead changed hands five timei befor* Dimmers two quick buckets moved Austin front to stay. The Blu« Devils went into a stall with » 76-72 lead and a minute left, bui before time ran out Rensink added two free throws and Allen D«Wall hit a Layup for the visitor*. The victory snapped a two-gam* losing streak for the Blue Devili, who return to action Jan. 24 against Concordia JC at St. Paul Austin JC Grant 3 Nelson, t 1 Dmlmel, f-o 5 RfttidaU, 1 ...,, o Ryka, / o Boike. c 9 Benslnk, g .............12 Boolier, g .,..4 FG FT PF TI- 0 4 i J 4 i o o 0 * « 0 :» « 3 e 0 « 3 II 1 JO 1 * and Paul Dietzel, Louisiana State's j young "coach of the year." 1 ------ o ---- » ....»„.. >_.. n.v, IUN,LIU» n itkj t \_.ui jJUllicj Via, AjJlUC ^trUiJi 17C" ' ----- ---- ---- ,!• 7 a r 7 P° werless to dose - The quarter' gins nt 7:30 p.m. The Carpenter tls the t( ™y> » ow '» 18th the are favored to repeat. _ „ , , 19-12, 34-20 and 57-! Brian Bellrlchard will compete in'39. i the B team match. j" ' Terry Maus, regular heavy- 1 ...... - . _„ __.--_, . . weight, who missed the Mankato AREA CAGE PROGRAM meet, will be back, but Bob Hardy, undefeated 154-pounder, is handicapped with an injured eye. Other starters include Art Averbook (95), Clayton Huff (103); Dick Briraacomb (112); Tom True (120); Gene Johnson (127>; Jim Blowers (133); Tim Baxter (145); Leslie Flaherty (165) and L Owatonna"whic'h suffer^ if ! The N °' ' a " d 2 leams '" llu? . other area ac:tl °" «»' ls Bloo! »; Owatonna, which suffered it, southland Conference. Elkton and | ing Prairie at Morrislown, Sprir champions/year: No semifinal medalist has Elkton, Rose Creek Battle for Top Spot i ever won the grueling round-robin finals. I Bluth felled a record 7730 pins in :ifi games for an average of better ' than 214 in the elimination and semifinal rounds. He broke a record of 7fi30 held since 1950 by Chuck O'Donnell, his teammate on the St. Louis Budwei.sers. In the finals, each contestant bowls four matches a day through Sunday. Both men and women roll four games in each duel. By late Sunday, each of the finalists "I didn't remember anything after being knocked down until the jend of the eighth round." The 22-j year-old former Golden Glover • said. i Ray's right hand was swollen] badly and Xrays were to be taken; to see if there were any broken i bones. j "I hit him so hard in the first' round I might have broken it,"j The New York Rangers once Coach Ozzie Cowles doesn't want j basketball' players in the "state good said the 23-year-old Chicagoan. ! more are bidding for second place j Negro players on the University j enough to play college basketball Judge Frank Clark scored it|'n the National Hockey League °f Minnesota basketball team had: . fou . vo - „ , lew years HgOj JIG S31Q, u6 Patterson of Minneapolis, Soys Cowles Doesn't Rangers Bid Want Negro Players for 2nd Place S3 U 19 78 Worthlnftton JC FG FT PF IT Pribyl, r 10 12 21 Long, t ..,« T o It DeWall, e J i, 4 g Olson, c , i a- i ^ Schreurs, g « « 4 ; 4 Church, g 4 3 j 10 , . »T 30,-M V> I floor* by QturUr*: i Austin JS Jt—T* ' Worthlugton JO 3-i—7i MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - A Ne- angrily denied the charge and said gro newspaper's charge that | there simply have been few Negro 48-43 under the five point must; after running their infant unbeat-jthe Gopher campus astir today. system. Judge Lou Capparelli had en streak to three games with a ' it 48-42 and Referee Bernard 3-2 victory over the Toronto Maple '.soilly you don't have o ^ 6isSI " a " 4 V 4 1 Th ! . Associatetl i Le ,±',,._ „ ...... ,. ..... it." A Negro on the Gophe called the accusation « M , ' P B ^ P ^ l " Press favored Ray 47-14. Harris First Choice for Cronin's Job t ft A Ttnlfrt Ot ID 1 t -•- — »-•• — •», ._,.,»v>.->< LIIIVI { ••• n 4-th*ii4v. Hi. 4)*LSLil<r3ll.MYllp kJIJl U1L, AHOKB, /i-19, iast. Rose Creek, tangle Friday night!Valley at Canton and Hayfield a nis respective division. weMaus^tl <m> R" ! at Elkton with first P lace at stake-.' Pine Island. The Blossoms, coach ! The fillals field of eac (120)- D • S 1 'li' Elkton rides °" '°P with a *- (] , ed by Jim Poole, cracked he spot-' is c on i l? osed of the to P BOSTON (AP) - Stanley R. (Bucky) Harris, 02, a veteran of ° oal of t!le season and aided in will have met all the bowlers in I more lhan fom . decades in bas another to advance , ball, appeared the top choice to- !Mint of tne each division! j ay to suct , eed Jiu% C ronin as Montreal's Bernie iBoom Boom) top fourteen I g en e r al manager of the Boston. Ceoffrion. Celtics Drop Knicks Again; Hawks Spurt By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There is a question whether Boston Coach Red Auerbach said Adolphus. j"any" or "many" after his Cel- Bill Castleman, a Negro player I tics nad d r°PPed their first two Black Hawks as they turned in V a" , euu °" il1 '" lhe Mimlea P olis °" the Gopher freshman squad, | National Basketball Assn. games brilliant display of skatiiv* ' f pokesman ' Published and edited '• was quoted by the Daily as calling i of the season with the New York by Cecil Newman. j t | le editorial "off base." He said! Knicks - B «t anyway you look at —. ««, u .ucu «,• " tNOt °, nCe as far as We can as -; the newspaper probably had not 1 ' 1 ' the baldi "8 coac h was right, .dvance within one' ° e as C ° wles or any of his " delved '"to the situation enough." i Some had him "aying "They 'ague's No 1 scorer j a f slslanls attempted to 'sell' any; While rapping Cowles, the edi-' won j beat us an y more." Auer- .o~..- ' of the se boys (outstanding Ne-'torial praised football coach Mur- j version was: "They won't groes) on Minnesota as a school!ray Warmath for showing "what' beat Us in many mc-re." Winning the only game i in the league Wednesday : the Rangers moved within g, • news p aper was « off base » one! The wag touched point of_ the second-place Chicago' an e(Kioi . h}] answer living room trying to persuade Gopher fresh- j him to enroll at Minnesota. Patman team said he thought the terson later starred at Gtistavus Andy Bathgate tallied his 24th! Don Vogt, heavyweight. Austin Tankers at St. Thomas Vern Ojanpa's Austin swimming learn gets back in action Fri- Ihem a two- : Hayfield game lead with six games to go,,ja Conference play intent on stret- but if Rose Creek, coached by; clung a three-game win string Darold Yost wins it means a two-! Blooming Prairie returns to ac- way tie for the top spot. j entertain Adams Of the two teams, Elkton has:f erence game the better overall record. Theyj All contests'begin at 8 p m have won seven of eight starts.! j as they were beaten only by Eyota ^, , ' in overtime, 63-62. ChufCn Or Christ ; iierup from last year's All Star. College Basketball 1C LiOStOn •»•»"*«• i i .' .. ^.. ..4 UL » 4ut ^Jijuyr ju^ WllaL i tA ij i Harry Howell nnd Camille Hen-^, Where they m ' sht reach athletic'a southerner relieved of the pres- 1 A " y looked today to be »wrer ry accounted for the other New j heights -" Newman wrote. ; sure of navjng to uphold the pat _ correct for after Wednesday umrlm^l York BOalSl l)oth in the second l ' The general feelin B in tlle Ne- tern of 'racial segregation andl"^™* 123 " 112 triumph, the Celtics puicn.ij,t(t pe( , iod Djck Duff gro community and Minnesota as white supremacy' can do" " boast of slx straight victoriei first loss to Anoka, .week, will ry (95); Dave m^wM^A » Da y?o^ SC i\ mid i l ' Conference mark, while Rose Creek! light'with a 60-48 victory over Tan- scorers from the semifinals plusJR ec i Sox . (1.7), RichRmghofer (133); Chuck is right behjnd wi(h fl ^ record . [ esville in their , ast Gopher Con .. the defending champion and run-! Han . is 1 " '" — '•-' '-*""'— ' ' VOI-K goals, both in the second! *"" s c "" nl ™*""K '" me ING- tern of 'racial segregation for wo nnn ,,!„= ^^ t . t P eriod - Dick D « f f and Bob Pul- '• & '° conln iu'»'.v and Minnesota as white supremacy' can do. JLary ."in 1934, has £f ±"1^a^^ s aCC ° Ullted lo '" tlie Toronto ; a whole 1 s j. ha t Cowles won't play; Warmath has worked hard North Carolina 72, N. C. Stat« (S3 (iOl.f CIKCIIT MASON CITY M':- Mrs. Les Johnstone of Mason City has left Tenip^' ti-i, D^-lawurt 1 48 <PaV M* 1 ' 1 " 14 (PR) 82> St ><IAm '" Detroit Tigers, New York Yankees cuit i can boast of six straight victoriei I over the Knicks. in a non-con-! , Th haci a h '» scare last we ck Defeats Methodists Wake J'owsi fi!t. Bjiith CatiULuu 3£ • I'enii 87, Coluinblu 7-) 70 a pecial assistant to Cronin and owner Torn Yawkey the past two years. A former infiekier, Harris has nianaged the Washington Senators, for a tour of the winter golf cir- in Florida. She will make her day for the first time since Dec ! as , y were forced into over 19 when they stopped Winona 33- : me efore defeallll g Adams, 57- i Church of Christ defeated the 33, in a non-conference meet: 52 :, „ , iMethixUsts, 40-34, in one of three) against St. Thomas Academy at ' se ek comes in wittl a 4 ' s YMCA 'Churcli League basketball j St. Paul. record, which includes setbacks i games played Wednesday night at j Aitiryiami si. oeorKetowii (DC) .v? and the Philadelphia • Phillies in first appearance in the Helen Lee Nttr^r^V/'ueo^i-fs-' j addition to the Red Sox during his Doherty tournament at Fort Lau- 'long career. liny ton 6(1. Xavler Ohio 5C . ilerdale Jan. 21-23. The Packer tankers carrv a 2-2 :in their last three starts. i Ellis Junior High gym. U'w!- ; MoCflbstef Rally TnW T«.le TO lf\ Austin Printers Win ^ v,oris/ 7V-oO Keep Record Inr.ct ' Maloney, Brian Rathke, Lynn Ren- ! record against the Cadets The' The conles! is one of three South-! ln "ther games. First Baptist! meet begins at 3'30 pm land affairs as Olenville plays at downed St. Olaf No. l, stKii!, and! Although they have not had com- IGrand Meadow and LeRoy at St. Olaf No. 2 defeated Presbyter-! petition, daily workouts have been Lyle ' Glenville Wl11 be bid ' li "g to • um-Sterling Christian, &7-U6 in order for the swimmers since i ina f * &&™ losj »S s'«ak League play resumes n«ft returning from the Christmas holi-! agalll;it the Larks ' whiie L - v!e l)0 P es nesday nighl jays j to build on a 1-8 record. LeRoy and' Ojanpa is confident the team is j Grand Meadow are favored ' ready and figures Austin has at least a 50-50 chance to win. be tree- Russel]| ' -lit JO straight points midway in •n IY. i. • i. o u u . ' • A ^ Un printin S COIitinue d to the second half to put down a i ville, Dick Schleicher, Bob Shans-; domuiate the City Basketball Lea- Carleton threat Wednesday ni-ht! land, Bill Spahn, and Terry Web-;gue race Wednesday night, defeat- and went on to take a non-confer-' her, • stransfer atudent from Pa- j ing Midway Car Sales, 65-51, at ence basketball victory 79-60 i celli who has recently become eli-ltbe high school gym. The Scots piled up leads of iy glblc - I !t wa s the seventh straight de- poins in the first half, but Carle- Glenn Krick and Freddie Well- cision for the leaders, while Car ton closed it to 54-51 with 10 min- raan will handle the conventional Sales has a 3-4 record. ues left in the second stanza W«*<t*tn*« assignment, whila The Priners led 28-23 at half- Ivan Grimm, Carletcn scoring Joaa .Novak ana Dave Marcusec time and were paced by O. Jacob- ace, hit 24 points before foulin« will bid u the butterfly breast- son's 23 points. Oscar Haddorfi out with three minutes left in the wrote event. Howard Nybo and collected 17 for the losers. gaine . Dick Hauunand paced -the Paul Mickel*>n are backstrokers! Dexter meets Thorp Lonn at the winners with 2'' «Dd Gary Harrisoa and Jim Ma-j high school gym, and Rose Creek: St. Cloud State meets St John's . perform en the spring- takes on Nates at the Shaw gym,in the only game scheduled around Uooi * ht - (the state tonight. ,< a Negro," Newman said. encourage and keep Negro candi- , , they . romped to their e[ ^i Interviewed by the Minnesota dates on the football squad the : straight vlclory the Cel tics pulled Daily, campus publication, Cowles ; editorial said ' i away , ln the second P er '«i of the i doubleheader at Boston. Bill Russell and Tommy Heinsohn each scored 25 points for the Celtics. Ken Sears led the New Yorkers with 24. In the first game, the Syracuse Nationals downed the Philadelphia Warriors 119-104. And at Detroit the St. Louis Hawks widened their Western Division lead to l()i. . B >' I)ON WKI.SS I N.C. State, just voted into the games with a 114-108 decision over ! Assorted 1' Sports Writ,r No. 1 spot In the weekly i the second-place Pistons • A k.d from Pittsburgh clicked ; Associated Press poll, led most ! Togo Palazzi paced the Nat, , on a layup oil a pretty pass from-of the way until TUI- Heel H av : »'ilh 23 points a kid from Brooklyn then another Stanley (Brooklyn) scored a field 1 The Pistons pulled within-three • Brooklyn crewcut lipped in two.goal and two free throws to sendiPoinfc of the Hawks who,, free throws...all within 22 seconds. : the game into overtime at 63-all | minute left but Bob Pettit 'Yankee' Tar Heels Aiming for Cage Title s r adelphia, two from scattered " ' V / !, eco " ds remaining, Lee ! points in Indiana, and another fff r P"tsburgh) took the per- ect feed from Dou S Moe ^rook- , ynl for lne Wllllll »g lu.vup. In the I from Dorcester, Mass. An all-star game? il the llltlw «» leaders w,lh 3i. - .. i Nope, just a neighborhood brawl , st , second ' Harvey Salz (Brook - Weather Postpones in Raleigh, N.C. Wednesday night' yn) * rappcd u U P wlth a P™ ^Sas North Carolina whipped to P .' fr !f thr ° WS ' ranked North Carolina State 72-68 ' « was h 0tn victory in 11 S- drfcow T « M "OCkey Tests Warm weather which mnv, l KNOCKED FROM TOURNIY _ Little Cedar was knocked out of Mitchell County Basketball Tournament Wednesday night by heavily-favored St. Ansgar Yet shorter Little Cedar played a good ball game. On the Cedar squad were Ronny Canny, forward, and Jack Sfreir, guard, who are shown in picture practicing free throws wirl " ' ~" i HERALD Photo). Carolina. Rival .League hockey prograin"wcdn«" second game in day ni°ht wtonfcs- ponents of interstate travel, had : " "?" and sli PP. ed , to second Jnj called off were the Albert L-, themselves another windig while the ACC race at '•'• |at Faribault, VVinona at Roch" 13,000 watched at Raleigh's Rey- ! Dayton, using its five iron men i ter and Owatonna at North Man- nolds Coliseum. for the second straight game, rani^ato games which will be made When it was over, Brooklyn]te its record to 10-3 with a tiO-5(j vie- : up at a later date jMcGmre had indicated to Indian- lory over Xavier of Ohio. St.! Two other postponements Ncrtii .'an Case and the basketball world Joseph's (Pa.) made its mark 10-i Mankato at Winana and FaVib-•,' that he's ready to put in another 2 by topping St. Francis iPa.) 82-; at Rochester, jam the schedule bid for the kind of national cham-j 66.-und Virginia Tech, now 9-2,1 More action is slated Sund ' ljl) KK«i with j swaniped Davidson 91-70 in other j afternoon when Fanbault plav*''t els two sea-j feature gajnes of the Wednesday {Austin, Winona at North Manka't (Program. .and Rochester «t Albert Le« ° honors he

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