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Austin Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Austin, Minnesota Tribe makes move but front office is dead on feet preps Ste p Austin daily Herald Sujo Hisiu monday september 7, 1953 Austin daily Herald. Austin Minnesota Page five drills for Winona by Gayle Talbot new York if1�?the worst thing that possibly could happen to the Cleveland indians is happening again. Manager Al Lopez Doughty Warrior Are making their move just As they did about this time a year ago. Students of the game will recall that during last september after it had installed George Strickland at shortstop the tribe was the hottest thing in seven states. The injun closed with a terrific swoosh and were breathing right Down Tho Yankees necks when they finally ran out of games coach s face turns red they returned to their Winter Homes convinced that if they Only had fired up a Little earlier or no coaching changes made in big ten a a lot of work must be done i Don t know if Well be speaking was head coach Art Hass who has Only three Days to get his Austin football offence in High gear for the opening big nine conference game at Winona Friday night. Quot a lot of Progress has been made the past two weeks a mass said a but we still have a Long ways to go before i will be Hass plans to put the finishing touches on his t formation a life is hard and had been Given the advantage of a Crupt Jne Western conference tuesday and wednesday and will slightly extended schedule they where most Footman coaches done to taper off thursday with a Light Sig would have made heroes of them Jast Jong Nal Drill and Skull session Salve in the world series. Year is an exception. For Lack of depth has has worried. Houston. Tex. Edit was Amus the probability is that they the first time since Imo the fir-1 he figures the a first stringers a will ing what Jinx Tucker the sports would not have the \ Yankees being eng starts without a coaching do All right but the reserves Are writer told Jess Neely football the obstinate athletes that they change. To find the same Condi another problem. Coach of the Rice owls. Tucker a Waco scribe was at tending the Texas coaching school. He Hadnot seen Neely to talk to him face to face in about to years although often conversing with the coach on the Telephone. The sports writer was talking to Catfish Smith coach of East Texas state College and Frank Mckinney a coach at Kilgore High school when Neely sauntered up. Jess inquired of Catfish about his football prospects then he did the same with Ckinney. Not recognizing Tucker but thinking he was a coach. Neely asked Jinx about his prospects. Tucker carried it along. He la merited that they were putting him on the spot this year that while he had excellent Backfield pros Are but the Point is that the in official family spent the off season dreamily looking Forward to the Day when they would take up where they had left off they made no trades of course for who wants to break up a championship club. Last Spring when the thought was expressed that the indians might need a Little thinking up Here and there the natural response was that they would be the Tion in the big ten you have to until he has More time to de go All the Way Back to 1928 thir Zelop More Talent hell have to give tee i years ago the holdovers up the idea of going along with the were Bob Zuppke. Illinois to two platoon system. Mcmillin. Indiana or. Eddie an-1 most of the boy win have t0 Derson Iowa f it Risler i both ways. At least the first Rhian berm Barman Mineso couple of games a he said. To Lynn Waldorf. Northwestern Francis Schmidt. Ohio state Mal Elward Purdue and Harry Studl Dreher Wisconsin. Co Chat go out when a coach is washed up like same outfit which nearly ran Down a Bloke hit squarely by Rocky mar and trampled the bombers Only Ciano in the Western conference perhaps a bit stronger. He no longer has anything left our own mild Contention is that for another Job. General manager Hank Greenberg Only two character builders of would have been in better shape the 1940 Era Are still in business Oney. Jerry Kittleson and Roger to assess his assets real and imag As head men. Or. Anderson return Stoike will carry the Backfield Load Mary this coming Winter if his a to holy Cross Pappy Waldorf m Kame. Kittleson who boys had remained dormant. Dur found kindness at California Al sued has also pointed out that Sev Era boys on the squad Are out for football for the first time a it takes time to get them grounded in fundamentals they must know How to Block and tackle before they will do us any Good a he explained. Hass is not set on his starters but 1 it looks like Frank Luksik Pat Masai that , Art Hass kneeling keeps Eye on How Dick Thatcher Center snaps Ball Back to quarterback Frank Luksik who is expected to Call signals and do tie passing for the Curtin football team this season Bass is hard at work grooming the Grinders for their opening game sept. La at Winona nets his line was t Strong and. Lh., while he w in the is her Tyrpa a a it a a a of Vyp v1 look terrific to big Hank. Their number of Drill masters who were pitching is wonderful their hitting coached by Knute Rockne at notre hard and timely and their Fielding Dame. Is a Stanford assistant merely out of this world if they sustained their late surge to the Point they did a year ago and Chase the bombers Home but dont quite catch them Natch where is the former Home run King to turn for guidance1 hell he right Back where he was last october championship he would be a dead Duck in the state race. A Well. That la he pretty Good winning the District title wont it a consoled Neely and sauntered off it a the next Day before Neely found out he had been talking to his pal. Tucker instead of a coach. State is league pays athletic claims Zuppke refuted to recruit so shuffled off to his Oil. Mcmillin pleaded that he Wasny to conducting a popularity contest with the professional Detroit Lions closed out his career with the Philadelphia eagles. Crisler was kicked upstairs to athletic director at Michi a muscle in track this Spring is coming along but appears to have lost some of his Speed the Only casualty is Larry Arnold hut it is expected his Hack injury will Clear up in time for him to see some action. Right now Don Barnett and Don Redman ends Jim Todd and John lightly tackles Bob Albright and Dave Matthews guards and Dirk Thatcher Center hear the inside track for starting jobs but Hass May make a few changes for the opening game. While the Packer Are grinding away. Loach Gordie Paschka of Winona said he was a Well pleased with the Overall showing of the win Hawks. He said he left his charges were farther along this season than they were last year at this time. In a recent scrimmage against to Fred Strummer passing combination looked Strong. Paschka rated the Backfield blocking Hall handling and faking the work of second string ends Nick Deones and Tom Mcpherson and the line backing of Phil Conway and Dave Mertes As Good. Quot our most noticeable Paschka said a was in not protesting the passer As we did t do a very Good Job in that both Hass and Paschka would Lacrosse Itigan the win Hawks like to get the conference season showed ability to move the Ball on off on the right foot. Last year running plays and the Bob Sla Kethe teams battled to a 8 8 draw. During the past school year the Minnesota stale High school league paid 10,168 claims for injuries received by pupils while engaged in athletic or school supervised a unties of the total 5,687 were athletic injuries and 4 431 were in school supervised activities. Claim payments amounted to balls biggest headache with a second place club and base a and things Haven to been quite Jufa j p to top flight Grid games tuna anglers vie for cup the same since at Ann Arbor. Bierman who contributed so much to football including the Buck lateral series finally ran out of giants of the North at Minnesota. Schmidt had the Gates of mercy closed on him at Idaho which was to be expected Stuhl Dreher took the Wisconsin students literally said so Long. Records May fall at new Ulm Park new York an intersection Al clash Between notre Dame and the Halifax Nova Scotia 48 a once More it is the Ohio state University of Oklahoma top eleven $68,080 in the athletic plan and teams from Mentor who is on the spot. Col in the big seven on saturday sept. $41,461 in the group plan or a de for bids to the 10th inter nation Umbus monday morning Quarter 20. Will be the first of to action total of $109,541. A1 tuna cup match at Wedgeport will drop the h bomb on pack a Gridiron Battles to be pre total registrations for last year n. S., sept. 9, to and la. Woody Hayes if the bolstered Buck sorted Over the a radio net exceeded 170,000 pupils in the 484 if Only Barf 0f Fujs number Par. Eye Ilta come mighty close work s irm football game of the member schools of the league. Tic pates it will be the biggest it0 making a Cean we a. Among week series. Claim payment averaged $2 28 Foj 0f entries in the history of her think All the Bucks have Ace sportscaster Bill steam will per registered Pupil As compared the match the record of Particio i to it nver on nov 7 is Michi an ral1 the play by play with Bob Fin with average Pupil receipts of $1.85 Flag teams was seven in 1950 in the athletic plan while in the group plan claim payments equalled 30 cents per registered Pupil compared with receipts of 25 cents damage suit filed by horse Trainer entries which Are definite Are France Venezuela Mexico u s and the British Commonwealth Belgium. Italy and Spain have notified the committee that they have postponed their entry until 1954 this will be the 10th in the series of matches with one exception All two groups state which almost did t get Over Negan doing the color commentary the National it collegiate athletic Kickoff time for fhe notre Dame association. Oklahoma game is 3 p. In. Football practically amounts to in addition to Oklahoma and War in the Western conference. Notre Dame such Topflight teams Tough to switch As Michigan state the number one it s going to he Tough enough for club in the nation last fall Purdue Many coaches to go Back to one rated a big ten contender Power platoon football but consider those packed Southern methodist Texas who have never coached other than Christian Navy Princeton Penns Chicago a seventy a eight nine matches have been held off year old Ike Well Veteran horse Wedgeport w Here anglers took 348 Trainer involved in an alleged Dop tuna last summer a total of 148. My Case at Washington Park filed 728 pounds the average weight a $250,000 damage suit against the was 426 pounds tracks stewards and other offi Cuba has won the title three dais. Times the u. And British com Well was suspended wednesday Mon wealth entries have copped the because one of his mounts. Let Ovin prize twice each. Jidy allegedly was Given a drug before winning her race. Official5 prexy the suit charges Quot defamation of Annapolis. My. Ftp Stanley f character and loss of a purse a Ebert of Philadelphia. Pa., was Irivin lady winning purse was elected president of the Eastern As taken away. Striation of intercollegiate football Well who has trained horses for officials Friday 53 years told newsmen i would t know How to dope a horse one of those who must make the switch is Bud Wilkinson who has been so tremendously successful at Oklahoma. Wilkinson has never coached a squad except under the two unit plan. Those who know him Best will Tell you that Wilkinson will Bounce up with a formula. He a been doing that since he played both ways at both guard and quarterback for Bernie Bierman at Minnesota. Bud Wilkinson also has the added advantage of coaching in the highly football conscious land of Oil and Money. Sylvania. Army Georgia tech Ala Bania. Tulane and California Are included on the series. The schedule sept. 2 notre Init at oct. 3�?notre Damp at Purdue oct Ion California at Penn oct 17�?navy at Princeton Del 24 Michigan state at Purdue jct 31 army at Tulane nov. 7�?oeorgia tech at Alabama nov 21 a to be advised nov 2s-Nmi a to la. New Ulm a the 1953 state tournament will be held in a Hall Park that is used to making history. And if new Ulm officials have their Way another chapter of Minnesota Amateur baseball will be written. The tournament at Johnson Park will he held Here sept 11-20. Since the Parks construction in 1939, it has seen Many firsts. It had the first lights in the state for Amateur Hall. Only three other teams had lights at that time a Minneapolis and St Paul of the american association arid Worthington then a member of the Northern league. The first state tournament night game was played Here in 1941. That year a total of 1 993 fans pal f their Way into the Park to set a new state record doubling anything in previous events. In one game 4,245 fans were on hand to set another record. Both records were subsequently broken a the 4,245 in 1944 when 4.358 saw the championship game sheriff Blake rates Hornsby top hitter gedman in t Irish but answers to Pat Detroit in Gene gedman. The Detroit Lions right halfback from Indiana in t Irish. But he answers to the name of he says that it is a Holdover from the Days when he was going to Rifici hangover. A genuine year High school. Seems that he always after year Rose bowl Jinx is devel wore Patent leather shoes because Oping it made him appear to be the High Illinois won the stepping fellow that he is in the in Pasadena Jan i. 1952. Was a Lions Backfield. Beckley w. A of a Fred sheriff Blake sex big league pitch-1 or maintains Rogers Hornsby Quot still would be Able to hit if they rolled i up to Home plate in a the sheriff figures the Rajah was the Best of the greats he pitched against in his 21-year baseball career. Blake now a repairman in a Coal mine near Here pitched for Chicago Western conference jets but wound up with minus the Pittsburgh pirates. Chicago i cubs Philadelphia Phillies. St. Season a Louis cardinals and Browns and Prospect eight minor league clubs. He broke Mario Bonofiglio quit Wisconsin in in with the pirates in 1920 and re disgust realizing that Haluska would be the top kick and Only a Sophomore Bonofiglio enrolled it big 9 Roundup 15 Letterman Back but Chase Uncertain year after bowl hex hits Wisconsin stars teams going to the Tournai Grade Points ment of roses suffer from a ter at the cios of ast Bright quarterbacking Monroe has neat form on Golf links Hollywood. Calif. Of Marilyn Monroe film Dom s no. I Glamour Gal is still drawing Ray est but this time on the Golf links. Boy Friend Joe bought her a set of Golf clubs. Marilyn supplies her Owr form. She plays regularly but is puzzled about the status of her Progress. Quot All the men gather round the tee to watch me. All of them say i have a Beautiful swing yet i Seldom hit the push Over for most big ten teams Miami Fla University in feb last fall although it was the first Afy y0ungstr made a Hasty league Outing for both sides the move because certainly he would Illinois Wisconsin Gam was sup j Wisconsin quarterback Start posed to dry nah. Of a a ing the upcoming grind. That a the Way football players do it altogether too frequently nowadays. If they can to play they move on at tired after managing a team Huntington. W. Va., in 1941. Blake who will be 54 on sept 17, won 87 games and lost 102 in the majors. He still follows baseball but his no. I love is gardening there and then. Before the Campaign had hardly started the badgers won 20-6. Went on to Shao the title with Purdue. The Zillini were plagued with injuries thereafter did t play much part in the scramble. Harland Carl another powerhouse was fore Loke of Woods Isle Home of 130 Moose fort Frances ont. Of a there is an Island in Lake of the Woods the game Means More than that at a Square Miles of Moose Haven. Here s proof big fish did get away institution. Notre Dame mailed no fewer than 200jkx ticket applications Louisiana state s Tiger stadium no longer will be identified As the big horse shoe. The open South end which gave birth to the name cast for Madison this autumn but is being enclosed to increase the determine the Ages and sex a the woes that tailed Illinois like a seating capacity of Tiger bowl to tons of the animals. The heavy faithful hound Are already on Ivy 68.000 ,. Michigan state starts population is explained by fires Williamson a Trail. I the season defending a string of the extraordinary tailback liar 24 straight victories. Land Carl reinsured a knee in the real reason Bob Mathias quit and repairs Are football with a year to go at Stan Cheboygan. Mich at least two Fellows hereabouts Haven t been Spring practice stretching their fish in telling about slow coming Jim Haluska first i Ford is that the decathlon Champ the big one that got away William string quarterback broke a leg in Ion had no real taste for the game h Ramon of Struther. Ohio got the two places this summer wont be. Coached by Art Guepe and proof in Duncan Bay ready until october according to passing and running from the mar the proof was a 28 Inch North his physician Paul Shwaiko the pm Pike which had not Only number two signal caller is in Eligi Kammy i lure but those of two other Hie. Shawano a defensive safety fishermen in his jaws when Ramm specialist who kicked 24 Points of r c. Passmore Ontario depart burst of lands and forests biologist reports 130 Moose on the Island. He surveyed the area in a helicopter. The purpose of the Survey was to which burned off Large Trees the Moose thrive on smaller Trees and underbrush. Quette Many a split t. Big Bdl Krie Temeyer May Lead Vanderbilt kid Commodore to greater conquer j than a lot of Southern football in reeled him in. Ter touchdowns did t fail any sub mow think possible. Playoff schedule monday. Sept 7 Corhett it at Austin. S p in Thi Kasday sept i i if Jfe Cetty Austin at Rolt he to rpm i Ati Day spot. Ii of not or by i Rochet a at Austin pm Owatonna a if experience Means anything coach Ray Chase will Field aether Strong Owatonna football team. Despite a warning that a a great Many problems must be Chase faces the Happy situation of having 15 Letterman report for daily workouts As the indians prepare for their opening game sept la against Northfield. Heading the Letterman Are a pair of regular ends. Tom Anderson and Jim Peterson both Are big Rangy boys and Are terrific pass catch ers. Other veterans Back Are ends Ronnie Baker and Mike Van Demark centers Roy Minter and James Allyn t Ckles Howard an Derson and Dan Powers guard Jim Malone and backs Ronnie Diedrick John Bjorklund Harold made Paul Kuvicek Roger Carrol and Jim Hertz. In addition top flight reserves include James Johnson Gerald la the Bob Barnard Don Wenner and Dennis Williams add several promising juniors up from Paul Becker s b team and the football picture looks sound but Chase in t giving away to any optimism. He Points out that plenty of gaps must be filled before the indians will he ready to take the Trail in search of the big nine title. A number of regulars lost through graduation is the reason for the pessimistic viewpoint and Chase said finding replacements for such Talent As Murray Swenson Bill Wodarczak Jim Soukup Dick Williams and Jerry Hudrlik May create problems. Assisting Chase Forcer University of Missouri Star War he Fred Stoecker Tbs to Diana will play Rune games Mathews and Roberts vie for award new York with the major league races entering the final month debate Over the most valuable player selections is growing warmer speculation and arguments started earlier than usual this seaon possibly due to the fact that the baseball writers association meeting in Cincinnati in july its members were alerted to a More thorough and conscientious Job in the annual polls which Are entrusted to committees of 24. Dan Daniel a member of the Wal terse committee on the most valuable polls Points out that a once again the National league nominators will be confronted with the old Power a versus pitching he adds Quot this time it will j be Eddie Mathews Milwaukee slugger. Against Robin Roberts of the Dan recalls that last september the National league committee came in for considerable criticism because it chose Hank saner of the cubs with 37 homers 121 runs driven in and an average of ,270, Over Roberts with 28 won and 7 lost 330 innings pitched and 148 strikeouts against Only 48 bases on balls. Daniel might have added that somewhat the same dilemma will face the american league selection committee. At new Ulm. Mankato holds the All time record for a single Day s admission with 7,715 in 1947 when new Ulm played Albert Lea for the state a title. Seating capacity of the Field with out the Aid of additional bleach ers is approximately 2.000, but the capacity will be increased to 4,500 for the tournament. A new Fence has been constructed in front of the 370 foot loft Field Wall which reduces the distance for the sluggers to 340 feet. Only two men in the Park s 15-year history have been Able to hit Home runs Over the permanent Fence. Stumpy Olson of St. James did it in 1949 and Scotty Greisheimer of sleepy Eye cleared it in 1952. The Park was originally constructed under spa sponsorship but new improvements have been paid for by the new Ulm bae Ball association. Over looking the Beautiful Minne Sota River Valley most seats in the Park Are roof or tree shaded. Evashevski needs Good quarterback Iowa City a the University of Iowa football squad went Back on a two a Day practice schedule saturday instead of the three Drill slate which had prevailed earlier this week. Evashevski said Friday his big Gest problem at present is Lack of an experienced quarterback who is a Good Field general and also a Good passer. The squad went through its heaviest blocking and tackling drills thus far Friday morning then tap Fred off with a signal Drill in the afternoon. This season including a non Confer ence Start against Hastings at Home oct. 14. The indians despite Tough opposition plan to better last it ear a record of three victories and six setbacks. The schedule sept Llu Northfield i sept. Is at Mankato Bept 23 Wynona Ort 2 at Austin Ort 9 at Alt it Ert Las Ort. 14 Hastings i oct 23�? at Karl Bault i oct Ion had win nov a to Heater pushups help buc Southpaw win game Pittsburgh Southpaw pit Cher Paul Lapalme of the Pittsburgh pirates probably will be bearing Down on calisthenic before pitch ing assignments in the future Lapalme was briskly going through pushups before the Pitts Burgh Chicago game the night of june 3. After All he was t going to pitch and a hard workout would not Hurt him it was then that manager Fred Haney hurriedly told Lapalme to take it easy he was going to Start after All because Howie toilet had come up with a sore Arm Lapalme promptly pitched the rues to a 1-0 shutout the second of his major league career and the first since 1951, coast league could fold los Angeles Utu the Holly Wood stars Days Are numbered in the Pacific coast league president Bob Cobb says after receiving notification that t h e territorial agreement with the i is Angeles Angels May be t ruminated after 1957. A i regard this latest turndown As the death warrant for the in j tire coast league a Cobb said Fri j Day. It was disclosed that the p. K. J Wrigley a owned Angels informed Cobb the agreement could not to be renewed beyond the present expiration Date the close of the 1957 season. Hollywood plays in the Angels territory under a special j licensing Deal which gives Angeles five per cent on each and i Nession from the stars the turndown corroborated a Story by publisher j. G. Taylor Spink of the sporting news the baseball weekly and Lent credence to his claim that los Angeles night eventually land a team in the National league probably five years from now. Veteran squad reports today at St. Olaf Northfield head coach Ade Christenson of St. Olaf College. Northfield begins his 27th season at St. Olaf today when he begins workouts with the 52 men he has invited Hack to Start 1953 football drills. Among the men reporting Are 24 Letterman giving Christenson and his assistants Chuck Lun Der Frank w niggle Worth and Mark Almli. A Veteran squad with Letterman two deep at every position except tackle. Ois a Strong the coaches hesitate to rank the other Midwest conference schools As to potentialities since they have Little information about them but agree that the Loop powerhouses will again be Lawrence and Coe. Last year the Oles finished 4th in their first year of Midwest Competition. At this Point Christenson rates his team As being potentially As Strong is the 1932 squad. Big offensive punch for 1953 will come from Veteran halfback Dick Werdahl Kenyon 1952 Ole top scorer and the passing combination of co captains Clint Sathrum Wana Mingo and John Gustafson Alexandria. Last year Sathrum completed 62 of 120 passes with 6 of them going for touchdowns with Gustafson on tile scoring end. The boys can look for plenty of help at their positions with 4 other Letterman ends reporting and 9 Letterman halfback including Speed Ster Roger Oie Madison Minn. Who will probably get the Call at left half with Werdahl going at right. Veteran ends will be pushed by two sophomores Erv Mikkelson Canby and Bruce Halvorson Fergus fails. Tackle is Christenson a problem spot with Only Reserve Letterman i Chuck Kaspe Goldfield la classed As a Veteran. Getting a crack at the spot will be sophomores Paul quam 1951 All City Center at Minneapolis Central Buzz Helseth. Per lican rapids John Gerfen Des Plaines in. And juniors Burnell j Olson Norcross and Don Garnett i Kau Claire. Guard spot set the guard position is set with four veterans from last year s offensive and defensive platoons. Returning regulars Are Doug Olson Minneapolis Chuck Anderson North Branch Bill Redman Austin and Ted Thompson Cameron we is. One Sophomore John Bieber Stein Madison w i s. Stands a Chance of seeing some action. Center is set with John Pichner Owatonna and Jack moors Rice Lake. Wisconsin. Both of these seniors have won three football letters at St. Olaf and have played both offence and defense. Paul Johnson senior from Tracy who piled up 199 Yards in la tries last year against Grinnell despite an injured leg will be Back at fullback the ached Ulm sept 19 Knox sept 29�? Wert Burg oct 3bethel oct. Ion Ardinell oct. 17 at Carleton oct 24�?lawrence oct 31�?at Monmouth nov 7�?at Ripon poor support hurts Pitcher swing t is new giant Grid system new York a coach Steve Owen is introducing the swing t As the Basic plan of offence used by the new York football giants in the nil championship race this fall a combination of offence system Owen says the swing t allows players to shift from t to single Wing or double Wing or to any variation of these Basic plays the key to the new system is the a swing who can play fullback or halfback in the to and or blocking Hack in the single Wing a formation. Southern rivalry continues Atlanta a the Georgia tech Auburn football game an busily played in Atlanta is one of the most colourful rivalries in the South. When the yellow jackets and tigers tangle Here this season it will be their 56th meeting in 61 years tech holds a 28-14 vie tory Edge three contest have ended in ties i mile of Tope for sum football Ace Dallas to a mile of tape has been stowed away in the Southern methodist University football training quarters for one Many Jerry Norton triple threat Back. Trainer Wayne Rudy figures the youngster with the fragile Ankles will need that Mucy by the time the season ends dec. 5 in a game with notre Dame at South Bend ind. Norton has had weak Ankles since his High school Days. But he just tapes them up and plays More than anybody on the sum team last season he got in 450 minutes be teen going to and from the Bench. He Seldom has had to stay out of the game Long and if they done to run out of tape he thinks he will play even Mort this year than last. Chattanooga Tenn. To hard Luck pitcher1 Jim Pearce of the Chattanooga i Xii outs has a pretty Good claim to that title. The 6-6 right hander lost five of his first seven decisions since being sent Down to the class a Southern association team from the Washington senators in mid season. In each of his losses the lookouts did t score a run for him. He went the route four times losing 1-0, 2 0. 3 0 and 50. I the fifth game he was behind 6-0 when taken out. In two of his losses his opposing Mounds Man pitched a one hit game and it Vas left to Pearce to it break up one of these potential no hitters with a single. Relatives play on same baseball team Virginia Ivy it s never a rant when Amateur baseball players ii Minnesota s Iron Range leagues hit one for the relatives. A generous share of the relatives play on the same team. The Orr pelicans for instance have two father son combinations. Six More of the players Are cousins and two others Are Brothers. Three teams in two different leagues have twin brother combinations and two others have father son tandems. In 1952 the scorekeeper screamed whenever Orr and Embarrass hooked up. There were seven Kings in one lineup and seven lamp Pas in the other

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