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POST 83-59 VICTORY Packers Bum Net Mankato, Red Wing to Stampede Tribe tumble By TOM KOECK Austin matched 1U torrid shoot- :g of a week ago to smash scrap•y, but outclassed Owatonna, 83-59, '.ere Friday night hi a Big Nine 'onference game. they fired at 47 per cent to Bey's boys have dropped seven of) Unable to match Austin's super- it starts. \ ior height, Bey elected to go with lUG NINE ST/tNDlNOS W. L. Pet. IHJ. Op The last victory for an Owaton-ja full - court press in an effort to'Albert na team over Austin came in 1941 j keep ihe Packer attack off-bal- on the Packer floor. ' "'' ','.'... 4 a ance. , W Ulg the ^, 3 2 Despite the convincing setback.! While in theory it was a go "JNor'tiPMeid'".' ....... 3 3 Indians gave the Packers a ! move, in practice it failed to work i owatotina .'.'".'!!.<! ooil Mankato'* unbeaten string, j scare in the opening minutes. j as numerous times the Packers .1-43, and last night the Packers j Showing signs of "upset fever," {caught the Indian defense deep Damped 32 baskets in 67 chances,they moved in front fi-0 with some;with the fast break. Kezar and for the same percentage. It was j spectacular shooting, but gradual- jLyle Cline, who replaced the in- the top scoring effort of the sea- j ly fell behind as Austin's Jerry • jured Mike Marineau in the start- son. | Goodwin, John Dean and Tom Ke-! ing lineup, did a gobd job bring- Coupled with upsets by Winonajzar changed the picture with some < ing the ball up court. Once on the and Northfield, it elevated Austin j brilliant rebounding. j target, the shooting and rebound- to undisputed first place in the! The Indians trailed 20-lfi at the • ing by the Packers eliminated any title race, a half game ahead of!quarter, but for the period they possibility of an upset, surging Albert Lea. | hit at a torrid 64 per cent with .800 3,10 258 .867 319 3061 .fiOO 310 21M j .600 235 239 .600 2C1 28!) .500 411 401 .500 201 311 .200 2<vO 2OT .000 1152 202 The Packers now have a 7-1 sea- seven buckets in 11 tries. T ry *on record and 4-1 in the Big Nine, cooled off considerably and closed The defeat left Owatonna (1-4) in!at 31 per cent with 23 buckets in seventh place and overall K e n j 57 attempts. DRIVES FOR BUCKET — This was familiar sight during Austin-Owatonna basketball game Friday night as big Jerry Goodwin (44) drives for basket. He makes it despite pressure from Dave Odle (behind Goodwin). Waiting to see what happens are John Dean (34), Wayne Gaustad (arm outstretched) and Jim Haigh (41). Goodwin dropped seven baskets as Austin won,, 83-59. (Herald Photo) Mantle Still Insists He's Worth More Pay DALLAS, Tex. (AP) — Mickey [ "I wish I had Mickey Mantle's Mantle, the home run slugger of ability," Bauer said. the New York Yankees, says he may not be the best fielder in the world but thinks he deserves a bigger pay check. Mantle's appraisal of his field came in a good natured comment Goodwin, who finished with 16 points, was effective scoring on the fast break along with John Dean, who added 13. Kezar provided the outside shooting and set the pace with 22 points. He is averaging 16.0 for five conference games with 80 points, H i s contribution was more amazing inasmuch as he did it in three quarters. Ove Berven used reserves the entire fourth period as 15 boys saw action. Guards Show Punch Guards Tom Lowrie and Doug Brandt sparkled for the visitors. Lowrie poured in 13 points and Brandt 12, all of which came in the final period. The Packers played alert basketball and were quick to take advantage of any Owatonna mistak es. Kezar gave Austin its first lead with 47 seconds left in the opening period, 16-15, and additional baskets by Cline and Kezar mnc' 1 it 20-lfi at the quarter after Wayne Gaustad tied the score 16-16 with a free throw. The Packers scored nine straight points to start the second period for a 29-16 lead and it was al! over. They finished the half with a comfortable 44-25 spread and were out by 34 points at the three- quarter mark, 69-35. Austin needed only three shots for three buckets to open the third period before Lowrie snapped the string with a free throw. Contributes 6 Points Paul Campbell did a good job in a relief role, as he contributed six points and some good rebounding 1 . Although Austin's shooting percentage was good, they need more work on the free throw line They had 36 chances but dropped only 19. The Packers face double trouble next week. They travel to Faribault Friday night and meet Robbinsdale of the Lake Conference at home Saturday. Bauer Denies Words But at his home in Overland Park, Kan., Friday. Bauer denied] he had said Mantle sulked. That's hogwash," Bauer said. "I did say Mickey should be the Austin Dean, f , R-eed, t 3 Berven, f o Johnson, ! .'i Schumacher, f l Krueger, f ...,..,,.,,., o Goodwin, c 7 Miller, c '.o Bulger, c o Campbell, c 3 Kcznr, g , 7 Mnrlnenu, g fl Cline, s 3 Brown, g 2 Uingeberg, g o FCJ FT PF TP 22 on a remark attributed to Hank {greatest ballplayer that ever Bauer, Mantle's plain-talking teammate. Bauer was quoted as having said in a talk to 600 baseball fans Owalonna Odle, f .... HnlRh, ! .... Russell, f .... ClausUid, c ,. tiuudqulit, c Buseth, c .. Lowrie. g lived." "I also said Mantle had had a ^ ItlIdflln< * Jl B '•"•• ••"•"•• ••'••< bad year as far as Mickey was! stark', 'B"..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."'."'.! concerned, last year. And I did 32 19 18 83 FG FT PF TP ..4 ..3 ..0 ..1 ..3 ..0 ..3 at the annual St, Paul Oldtimers | say I wish I had his ability," he Hot Stove League Thursday night added. that Mickey is a great ball player but "if you had 25 Mantles on a Mantle Has Plans Earlier Mantle hinted to ri'port- 12 23 13 23 59 Score by Quarters: Austin 20 44 09—83 Owatouua 16 25 35—59 Improved Hayfield Downs Pine Island . u , , „ . , , PIN E ISLAND, Minn. - The He may not be too far wrong! He is reported to have received j mp r 0 v e d Hayfield basketball about that part," Mantle said with 75,000 last season and to be ask- i team defeated Pine Island 74-62 inr* f nt* t>nS f\f\n i.1-1 _ . W t * ***!) team you wouldn't be sure to win' ers he has laid plans for a long • the pennant." j battle to get the 1959 contract hej Not Far Wrong? (thinks he deserves. i Hochester 0 5 RICSUt.TS FRIDAY Austin 83, Owalonna 59 Albert IXMI 00, Rochester 52 Northflcld 49. Red Wing 39 Wlnona 75. Mankato 69 Unexpected help from Winona j and Northfield moved Austin, thei early favorite, out in front in the' Big Nine Conference basketball race. • Austin stands alone thanks to| an 83-59 win over Owalonna and upsets from Winona and Northfield, which broke up a three-way tie for first place. Dave Biorn connected for 21 points to lead Northfield to a surprise 49-39 victory over Red Wing, while Dennis Landers hit 14 for the usually tough Wingers. It was Northfield's third conference victory in six starts, while Red Wing was left with a 3-2 mark, good for a third-place tie with Mankato. Mankato, which suffered its first loss in nine starts at Austin last week, continued skidding as they dropped a 75-69 verdict to Winona. Bob Lieberman sparked the Hawks with 26 points and Tom Thaldorf added 18. John Peterson was tops for Mankato with 19, It was Winona's third conference win in six starts. Albert Lea also gained ground in the battle for the title as they moved into undisputed second place by thumping Rochester, 60-52. The Tigers have won four and lost two games, while Rochester remains in the cellar without a victory in five starts. Albert Lea led 31-20 at halftime. Olson set the scoring pace for the winners with 21 points while Donovan added 15. Wes Bray hit 18 for the Rockets. Faribault, the other member of the Big Nine, was idle last night, but entertains New Prague in a non-conference game tonight. Iowa-Indiana Game Tonight Has Spotlight Indiana's defending Big Ten champions aim for undisputed possession of first place when they tangle with Iowa tonight in one game of an abbreviated conference schedule. Aside from the Iowa (1-2) and Indiana (3-1) clash, only two other games were scheduled. Purdue (12) was at Minnesota (1-1) in a regionally televised matinee and Northwestern (2-1) will be at Ohio State (0-2) tonight. The improving Hoosiers will be favored strongly to defeat Iowa in Bloomington. Iowa's only conference came in a surprise against Michigan State. Indiana, however, lost a close one at Michigan State and has beaten Purdue, Minnesota and Northwestern. Ohio State, playing its first league game at home, could sidetrack Northwestern's title hopes. The Buckeyes lost at Illinois by one point and at Michigan by four. Northwestern is hampered by the loss of Phil Warren who has a fractured foot. The Purdue - Minnesota game figures to be a tossup. Injuries 7TH CONFERENCE WIN Shamrocks Crush Loyola, 64 to 43 HELP WANTED — Jack Meyers, Pacelli guard, looks trapped as he attempts to get rid of basketball. Mike Reynolds (35) and Ron Kittelson (arms stretched), both of Mankato Loyola, spring trap. The action developed during the Pacelli-Loyola game here Friday night, won by the Shamrocks, 64-43. (Herald Photo) By BILL RIEAfERMAN Hie Pacelli Shamrocks, led by the expert net swishing of Hob Schottler, routed Mankato Loyola 64-43 at the Pacelli gym Friday night to post their seventh Rav- oux Conference victory against one defeat. The Shamrock's overall season record is now 12-3. Loyola threw a zone at Marty Crowe's boys, but the Shamrocks shooting at 55 per cent from the outside killed all upset hopes tor Loyola. Schottler Loops 12 Schottler, operating from out side, looped 12 in 17 attempts and by himself bested Loyola's field goal production. Loyola picked up only nine has kets, but converted 25 free throw; for its 43-point total. Twenty-two fouls were called on Pacelli and only nine against Loyola. The game was tied 7-7 in the early stages before the Shamrock! began to pull away as Schottler hit 7 baskets in 10 attempts in the first half. Leon Zender hit 5 for W and Mike Donovan 1 for 3 to leac Crowe's boys to a 35-20 halftimc margin. Crowe Uses 16 Men With about two .minutes to. go n the half, Crowe pulled all starters but Schottler, with Zender and Larry Scheid sitting out the remainder of the game, thus 11 Shamrocks hit the scoring column as Crowe used his whole bench of 16. This was one of the best per- •ormances of the. season for the Shamrocks with Schottler showing his potency from beyond the free throw circle and Mike Donovan playing the finest game of the a chuckle at his home here when told of the remark. "I'm not ex- best fielder in the ing for $85,000 this year. "I'm bound to have a little trouble over the contract. I hit .365 in a Wasioja Conference game here Friday night. It was the fourth straight vic- ! year before last and only .306 last | tory for coach Virgil Gehring's year. I thought I had a pretty '.Vikine club, which stnrtprf thp «,in actly the world." The Minneapolis Star Friday year, i thought I had a pretty'.Viking club, which started the win quoted Bauer as saying in his St. good year, but I don't think they I string after the Christmas noli- Paul speech: j Uhe Yankees) did," Mantle add-1days. Before the vacation break "Mantle is inclined to sulk when;ed. j Hayfield won one of six starts he's not whole hog. And, whenj he's in a slump, he tends to let down on himself and the club. "If you had 25 Mantles on a team you wouldn't be sure to win the pennant. I found that the only way to win is for everybody to give 100 per cent for the team." 8-AUSTIN (Minn.) HERALD Saturday, Jan. 17, 1959 RAVOUX STANDINGS W. L. Cotter 8 0 I, Pacelli 7 1 IlLourdOB 3 4 Marian , 3 5 Sacred Heart 3 6 Loyola 2 6 St. Fells 1 7 KESi;i,TS FRIDAY Pacelli 04, Loyola 43 Mnrlnn M, fit. Felix 42 Cotter 65, Sncrixi Heart « Pet 1.0(r .81 season. Decker Looks Oood Also encouraging for the champs was'another fine performance by Jim Decker, filling in as starter for Jack Meyers, hindered with leg trouble. But even in the easy win the Shamrocks showed their lack of rebounding strength with the tallied Loyola five beating them consistently under both boards. In other Ravoux Conference ac tion, league-leading Winona Cottei continued undefeated with a 65-44 victory over Waseca Sacred Heart and Owatonna Marian dropped St. Felix of Wabasha 64-42. Pacelli FG Fit PF TP Zender, f ............... 5 Schottler, I ............ 12 Schlltz, J ................ 1 Smith, f ................ 0 Joel, r .................. 0 Mftschka, o .............. 1 Donovan, c , ........... ..4 Baruth, c Scheid, K '«S i Decker, g ' 375 ! Meyers, * '3311 Rockers, a "vcn' Helmer, s 'lJ5 Wasner, B ' ' Ray. g ... I Hastings, i 0 .............. 2 .............. 0 .............. 1 .............. I .............. " .............. 1 10 SOUTHLAND CONFERENCE ROUNDUP Elkton Trips Rose Creek to Hold Lead in Title Race Larks Defeat Trojans 47-28 29 8 22 04 Loyola FG FT PF TP Klttelson, t 3 5 3 11 lilerman, f ., 2 7 2 11 UiMont, f 0 202 French, f 0 1 1 1 Reyerson, o 1 6 1 8 Harrington, g 0 1 1 1 Chamberlain, g ....3 2 0 8 Reinera, z 0 0 1 Reynolds, g ...0 1 0 I ELKTON, Minn. — Showing good scoring balance, Elkton defeated Rose Creek, 67-61, in a Southland Conference basketball game here Friday night. The victory left coach Ralph ; Potter's Elks on top of the con- GRAND MEADOW, Minn. — Alference standings with a 6-0 rec- rejuvinated Grand Meadow basket-lord, while Rose Creek was left ball team turned back Glenville,! with a 4-2 mark. from Duane Jendersee with 16 and Harv Jendersee added 13. Ron Kraft of Rose Creek enjoyed his best .night scoring with 22 points and James Ulwelling added 17. Elkton outscored Rose Creek from the field, 26 to 25. Both teams played good ball and Score by Quarters 9 23 9 43 Pacelll Loyola 15 35 54—84 9 20 3C—J3 ! often applied the fast break. They 47-28, in a Southland Conference | it was a tougher fight for Elk-'were about even rebounding. affair here Friday night. The Larks, coached by Christopherson, led from the opening whistle and held an 18-10 spread at halftime. It was 32-20 for the Larks going into the final period. It was the second conference victory for Grand Meadow in six starts, while Glenville (0-G) continued in the cellar. !ton as they trailed 12-11 at the Bill; quarter and Rose Creek continued serious pressure all the way. Elkton moved in front 32-24 at halftime and they led 50-41 at the three - quarter mark before forced to fight off a last quarter rally by the visitors. Dave Anderson provided most of the fire - power for the Elkton The Elkton B team won t h e preliminary game, 42-26. SOUTHLAND STANDINGS W. L. Pet. Elkton 6 0 1.000 Le Roy 5 3 .714 Rose Creek 4 2 .067 Adams , 4 2 .667 Grand Meadow ....2 4 .332. Lyle 1 6 .143 Glenville 0 6 .000 Sophs Win Close Game Oscar Haddorffs Austin Sopho- j mores edged the Owatonna B- team, 39-32; in the preliminary game Friday night. Although they failed to take the lead, the visitors managed to tie the score 30-30 in the fourth period before the Sophs spurted to win. t Austin held a 23-17 lead at halftime and it was 29-28 going into 332 the final period. It was the 39th straight setback j quint with 28 points. He had help for the Trojans over a three-year period. Jerry Simes sparked the winners with 12 points and Jerry Stejskal added 11. Christopherson used 13 players and 12 of them pickad up points. Roger Lee with nine points and Bob Farris with seven, paced Glenville. The Glenville B team won the preliminary game, 33-31. RESULTS FRIDAY Elkton 67. Rose Creek CI Grand Meadow 47, Oleuvllle 38 Lo Roy 53, Lyle 46 Le Roy Needs Rally to Sfop Scrappy Lyle Austin Spills Cadets in Swim Test, 60-26 Ed Vilt with 11 points and Ed Draheim with nine sparked the Sophs, who now are 6-1 for the season. Doug Yule collected 11 and Ken Blooenrader 10 for Owatonna. A ii! tin B Ff! FT PF TP V1H, t .., 1 ST. PAUL, Minn. — Idle since Dec. 19, coach Vern Ojanpa's Austin swim team got back in action with a big splash here Friday afternoon, defeating St. Thomas Academy. 60-26, in a non-conference meet. It was Austin's third vr'ory in five starts and they get a chance event for the Cadets in 1:05.8. The other first place was earned by Bill Aberg, who won the 150- yard individual medley in 1:50.9. Otherwise it was all Austin. Oj- anpa said it was a great team effort and he had a pat on the back for ninth grader Freddie Wellman. whose 1:14.8 performance in win- the i Bulger, t , 5 JBooher , 3 X-elson , , 0 Golberg, c 2 Draheim. g- 4 Page. B 1 Hagstrom, g ....0 DeFor, g 1 u 2 (i 2 ;i •2 9| 1 0 1 LYLE, Minn. have troubled the Boilermakers Hu bbard's rangy LeRoy basketball! who were expected to be fighting for the title. Every one is a must game for Purdue from here on in. Minnesota defeated Wisconsin at home and then gave Indiana a royal battle before bowing in Bloomington 63-59. Monday night's schedule is also to square accounts next Friday jning the 100-yard conventional against Shattuck School of Fari-1 breaststroke was outstanding, bault, which handed the Packers j B ill Spahn turned in a fast :56 Coach Rick ° ne ° f thei1 ' tW ° setbacks ' 44 - 42 -'>flat for the 100-yard frestyle, event The Cadets were no match for| an d Dave Marqueson's 1:07 per- second half rally I ^\ **?*?. swimmers ' who won jformance in the 100-yard back- r?"'L« 111 e 'S ht of the 10 eve "t s . including! stroke was excellent. Jim Malison (2-1) and Minnesota at No:thwes' ern. State Cage Ticket Deadline Is Near The deadline date for filing sea- 5 Clubs Set to Challenge N. Carolina State for Top AssociuU-d Press Sports Writer The scrambling for college bas- two-year span against Alabama at Montgomery. Sixth-pegged Cincin- team needed a to subdue scrappy Lyle, 53-40, in a Southland Conference game here Friday night. Lyle, which was left with a 1-0 conference record, moved out 12-9 at the quarter and left the floor at intermission with a 22-21 advantage. ; LeRoy moved back for a 37-34 lead at the close of the third period and they stayed in front the rest of the way. ; Despite superior height, LeRoy j had trouble with the Lyle cagers both relays. VVally Gaertner, one of the state's top dolphin swimmers, won that Cobbers Face Duluth Tonight By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Concordia's Cobbers faced i showed good form on the springboard, while the Austin freestyle ,"" . roi a «t» om «f !>,!„-r.^v.1.. o_.u_ fo "™i 17 FG FT PF Tl 1 Packer Mat Team Beaten by Owatonna OWATONNA, Minn.—The strong Owatonna wrestling team, lop choice to win the Big Nine Conference, defeated Austin, 32-14, here Friday night. While the Indians continued to dominate the title race with five straight victories, it was the third loss in four starts for the Packers, who were left with an overall record of two victories, two ties and three loses. The Packers spotted the Indian* a 10-0 lead before Dick Brimacomb broke the string with a decision over Bob Wikre in the 112- pound everijt. It was one of four events won by Sky Wilcox's team with 175- pounder Larry Diggins gaining the only fall as he pinned Larry Melby of Owatonna in 1:47. Bob Hardy of Austin decision- ed George Walner in the 154-pound test, while Terry Maus, heavyweight, who missed the Mankato meet because of a foot injury, de- cisioned Don Vogt of Owatonna. Brimacomb, Hardy, Diggins and Maus are unbeaten this season. The Owatonna B team won the preliminary meet as they stopped Austin, 37-13. Shaman (120); Cut-tin (154) and Lichty (165) produced victories for Austin with Lichty winning on a fall. 95—Kerry (O) pinned Averbook (A), 'rime— 1:41, 0-5. I 103—Mauscth (O) pinned Houlf (A). Time — 3:50. 0-5. 112—Brlmaeomib (A) dec. WUtr» (O), 4-1, 3-0. 120—Heacock (O) dec. True (Ai; 0-5, 0-3. 127—Schmidt (O) dec. Johnson (A). 0-4, 0-3. 133—Rlnghofer (O) pinned Wolf i (A). Time — 1:59, 0-5. I 138—Henry (Of pinned Sheller (A), {Time — 1:27, 0-5. 1*5—Schuster (O) dec. Baxter (A), j 1-2. 0-3. 154—Hardy (A) dec. Walner (l». 9-2, 3-0. 185—Skalicky (O) dec. Flaherty (Ai, 2-5, 0-3. 175—Digging (A) pinned Melby (O), Lime— 1:41, 3-0. Heavyweight—T. Maua (A^ Ate. Vogt (O), 4-0, 3-0. Morristown Turns Back Blossom Five MORRISTOWN, Minn. — Handicapped on a small floor, coach Jim Poole's Blooming Prairie basketball team dropped a 69-57 Gopher Conference verdict to Morri.s- town here Friday night. The setback left Blooming Prai rie with a 6-5 record. Morristown enjoyed a good first 5 j half as they moved out 21-5 at tiur 3 1 quarter and 41-22 at halftime. Tl.c Blossoms roared back in the third period to cut the lead to 52-3'i, " T3 p!but failed to get in front. .0 ...i Yuie. f .... Dornquast, f Bloomenrader, c , 5 Thon, 11 Jay Rasmussen, one of the lead- j ! ing scorers in the Gopher Confer. Itosenau, 0 1 l 3 i o lOjence, did most of the damage as ' ' '•- led Morristown with 30 points. Klinder added ]3. Star on Bench; Lakers Beaten CHARLESTON, W. Va. (AP)— The National Basketball Assn. relay team of Brian Rathke, Spahn, Lynn Renville and Bob Shankland won that event in the f a s t time of 1:41.8, Other Austin winners were iShankland, 50-yard freestyle; Rath- jke, 200-yard freestyle, and the 200- yard medley relay team of Howard Nybo, Wellman, and Tom Dormady. While Austin tamed St. involved in another segregation episode today follow. Denny Turner sparked the Blossoms with 16; but he was the only player in double figures. The Blossoms had a poor night on the free throw line as well, as they dropped only nine of 25 chances. Bob Easton tallied 17 as the Blooming Prairie B team won th* preliminary game, 49-35. It left them with a 10-1 overall record. Blooming Prairie gets back into action at home tonight when they ing refusal of Elgin Baylor, Min-j'neet Adams at 8 p.m. in a non- • •»*• V»V>ULS*W Y* ifcll 1*11(7 "J ICWUKdO'l J l_ 1 I - — ..»«••* Wl 4, k*V»At on the boards. Lyle picked up their showdown battle toni S ht a s they as, Shattuck defeated Winona, 61- neapolis' rookie scoring ace, to suit up for a game here with Cincinnati Friday night. Baylor, apparently upset when he and two Negro teammates conference start. reservations, didn't appear in uni- although he was on the bench e pre-game warm-up, won the game 95-91. Spring Valley Downs Canton ketball's No. 1 position goes into I "at' (9-2) plays at Drake, and St. a mid-season showdown today I John's, No. 9, goes for an 11-1 son ticket orders for the 1959 State j with five of the elite readying a record at Philadelphia's Palestra High School Basketball tourna- j challenge to North Carolina against St. Joseph's (Pa). ment to be held at Williams Are-j State's shaky grip on the top spot.) Bradley, No. 7, made its bid na, University of Minnesota, March xhe Wolfpack from Raleigh, i Fritiav ni 8ht with a romping 92-73 -_- _ wu «. uu , ^j **-J-'*v.i>V,UW|VHlVil .( r^Iil L i ••••-•w-. — jw* share of rebounds and coach Earl on Duluth Brauch - runnersup 25, and Rochester won its 81st Gustafson was satisfied with the ;to them in the Minnesol a Inter-; meet in a row by dumping Still- all-around play j collegiate basketball race. ! water, 71-25. 0^ S »^ M0 ^ M ^n^,^.^ CANTON, Minn. ~ Leading all the way, coach Dick Kowles' Neither the former Seattle All- s P rir >g Valley basketball team America nor Coach John Kundla 'thumped Canton, 57-46, in a Dis (A) . ' ' _ me a slow motion offense that gave few lnistakes and LeRoy took ad- record in the loop while Duluth, :M_2. Tulane a 09-59 Southeastern Con- vantage of them -" : also unbeaten, is 5-0. i* » «u w» *j^uitiv,«oi<v,i ji \_.uil- I »-, . , **•* H-K i --» i, iiuk ti& i A I 11 niC — 1 'U5 H ference victory over Louisiana 1 Leonard counted 20 points I" two other contests, Gustavus 200 Freestyle •- Rathke (A); Dona-' i for LeRoy with 10 field goals, while Adolphus takes on Minneapolis--"-- tST ' ; Schltlcher <*)• Time - B «« tetwke _ c^erther (ST>; • 19, 20 and 21, is Saturday, Jan. 31, B. H. Hill, Executive Secretary, announced today. The advance sale is limited to •eason ticket orders. Individuals who have not received a card should write the Minnesota State High School League, 829 Plymouth Building, Minneapolis at once. Ticket orders to date are running approximately 6 per cent higher than last year. iv Pounce Resigns g* Utah Grid Coach bounced by rival North Carolina victol ' v ov er Virginia, No. 10, are idle. in overtime Wednesday only two days after succeeding Kentucky as No. 1 in the weekly Associated Press poll, plays at Wake Forest tonight. It'll probably have to be a big victory to hold off another cliangt in the national leadership. ! North Carolina, third-ranked !at Minnesota.) and idle, can sit back and watch j with most of the schools . developments as Kentucky, Kan ' ing to move into midterm exams sas State, Auburn, Cincinnati ir.d ! conference activity continues to bt. Johns, N.Y., fire their thai- ,•),„ »i, 0 wt Kio „,„„..„„. *„. „ game. for its llth triumph in 13 tries. Along with North Carolina, the 0 . t , two others of the top ten - eighth- stanford ar 'd UCLA ranked Michigan State and Westi^' place ln the Puclfic State. Texas Ai-M, o u t h w e s t Texas 2:21.0. Art Barett and Jerry Brandau• Augsburg and Hamline entertains 100'backstroke - Marqueson (A)- :->-j -ii-.-- . .-• i~ — Mk'ks - , . . ,, - pr ° vided additioilal fi « 13 P ° intS apiece ' power| St. Thomas. In the Midwest Conference t M^kelson (A); Atx-rg (ST). Time I !(ji .() •* — Spahn (A); Mlnuttl (Ai. Tic i added 12. 1^1 1:07.0. !00 iSTl; Dor mail y 100 Conv. cronin Conference with 4-2 records after Carle-ton is pitted against Cornell on the Iowa College's court. , , Northern States Conference play over; llie Lyle B team won the pre- matches Winona with St. Cloud hmmary game, 31-20. i anrt Mankato against Moorhead. 'SchiHcher' <ATf"k'ri<* (AT'Tl.Tle*- In the only game played in that 1: ax> 9 ' the Lakers' top scorer was on the sidelines. To questions, "Ask him." Kundla replied: Baylor responded with "Ask the coach." Friday night. The Wolves led 15-7 at the quarter and it was 27-20 at halftime. Spring Valley had some trouble operating on the small Canton gym, but controlled the rebound* Divini _ (A); Waters lud. Medley — Abtre (STv by a sore throat, which • Tlme i caused him to miss two games earlier in the week. Elsewhere in the NBA Friday night the St. Louis Hawks Syracuse and j lenges. , dot the last big program for a : week. Kentucky, No. 2, sought its 14th Nine of the major loops were in LOGAN, Utah (AP) —Person-j victory in 15 starts in a national- action Friday night. -*falfr,Ey Faunce, harrassed by lack ot material the past two se,a- *QQS, resigned as football coach at Utah State University Thursday. He *aid be was ihiokuig of going into privatt buein/M. ly televised ait« : n«in game - Princeton pulled into a tie with (NBC)—at home against rough idle Dartmouth in the Ivy League •"ennessee. at 4.0, rallying in the last 10 min- Tonighi, fourth-rated Kansas ules to hand Columbia its 12th State (12-H plays at Missouri and straight loss, 75-66. Penn took over ence, Ohio U. routed Western Michigan 83-61, and Idaho State's Rocky Mountain leaders walloped Western Colorado 91-35. j New Mexico State (formerly; New Mexico A&M) won a Border 1 Conference test from West Texas i 81-57, and in the West Coast A.A..J St. Mary's beat Santa Clara 65-54.! Brigham Young slipped further behind Utah's pace in the Skyline cit with four minutes left, to take 1 undisputed lead in the conference |_ i ».< . Kato's John Schultz had a big •'OCKey ATKIIUOfl 38 points and teammate Jerry fp Qjyg U p RJdJng Cold weather has moved back into the area which meaiis a full round of Southern Minnesota League hockey games Sunday. Austin (4-4) hosts Faribault at Flanagan added 16. For Bemidji",j Kaufman Kink and the Mer chants hope to repeat an earlier 17-1 victory. Winona travels to North Mankato and Rochester plays at Albert Lea. All games begin at 1:30 p.m. la their last start against Bob Kennedy hooped 28 and Jiin' NEW YORK (AP) — Racing bid Lawrence had 20. ; a sad adieu today to Ted Atkin- ison. BUENOS -»> IN RACE AIRES * — Twenty six yachts from five nations, including three from the United iti straight victory over a ' 63-57. Conference, beaten 72-62 bv Colo- Winona - ">«-• Merchants dropped ; States, will sail Sunday morning a 9-5 decision which just about (Wyoming 82-76. Alderation. de Janeiro, Atkinson, 42, one of the world's top jockeys, retired from the saddle Friday on the advice of his physician because of a chronic sacroiliac condition. Atkinson rode 3,795 winners during his 21-year career for total purs* earning! ol $17,449,360, But Kundla did say before the j and were in charge most of the game that Baylor was not both- time. Jim Grabau sparked the attack with 15 points, while Bob Larson added 13. Bob Finney counted 22 points for the losers. It left Spring Valley with a 3-6 record and they have won two in a row as last week they stopped Spring Grove, 55-44. The Spring Valley B team won the preliminary game, 49-29. Iowa Teachers Bow to S. Dakota 63-58 CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (AP) — riors brought Boston's triumphant march through the Eastern Division up short with « 105-98 score. SEEKS RECORD BOSTON (ffi — Ron Delany's barefoot training may produce a Knights of Columbus mile record tonight at Boston Garden. The ^f uth Dakota held off an «vtr Dublin flier is opening his fifth thr . eatemn e Iow » Teachers team indoor season with a 32-race un- and fmall y Capped up a 63-58 beaten streak on boards at stake. vlctory m th e last 45 seconds of « North Central Conference basket- VERNAL, 'Utah — L»mar C!nrk,iball eame hi»rp FriHov nio-k* 183, C«d»r City, UUb, Unoclud out, ", * nMC * ndav ^^ht. Phil Faxton, 183. Phoeutx, i. Jiie triumph boosted South Da- TOKYO — 6«eUK> Tdolta. mv*. Ja- kota into a 4 1 ti* with c™,n, T. pan, outpoint** JsecuiU r*r«*. UO. r * ™ w a , * *• lle wlto South Dau> (non-title). i KOI* state for the conference lead

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