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Central and at Flathead Wrestlers At Butte Public Saturday The Flathead Braves wrestling wrestling team travels to Butte Public Saturday afternoon seeking its llth win. The local matmenhave ten wins against two losses so far this season. Coach Bob Biastoch's grap- plers racked up four wins last weekend knocking off Billings Senior 33-11, Hardin 24-19, Billings Billings West 34-6 and the invitational invitational host team Bozeman 2322. 2322. The victories were costly to the Braves in one respect. Western Bulldogs To Visit Yellowjackets a nation's band to people. of a of folksy By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Western Montana College Bulldogs are in Billings Friday night for a crack at the Eastern Montana Yellowjackets, currently currently setting the pace for Frontier Conference basketball teams. Saturday night, Western stays in Billings for a conference go- round with Rocky Mountain, and Montana Tech goes to Havre in an attempt to break into the victory column against tough Northern Montana College. Carroll College wound up a southern road trip Thursday night, dropping a!27-74decision to Southern Colorado State in Pueblo. Southern Colorado came with- for Southern Colorado, and Arnie Anderson led Carroll's effort with 24. Eastern coach Mike Ilarkins calls his current Yellowjackets the most balanced scoring team he has seen in eight years on the Billings campus. Hesaysthe squad is fortunate to have such a pattern going and adds, "We are dependent upon each other and operate as an entire team." Four regular members of the Bill Taylor, who wrestled at the 120 weight, had won three straight matches and was wrestling wrestling a Billings Senior boy when he dislocated his left shoulder. Biastoch threw in the towel though Taylor wanted to continue. continue. Taylor will be out for remainder of the season. Â·.. Freshman Jim Mann won the right to represent the Braves in the 120 class by winning challenge match Thursday night. Other Flathead wrestlers who will make the trip to Butte 95-Jim Stedje, 103-Chuck Nozi- ska, 112-I?ich Jacobson, 127- Darrin Tyree, 133-Ron Sheppard, Sheppard, 138-Harvey Hendrickson, 145Jim Mende, 154-Don Nock- leby, 165-Andy Kowlen, 180-Les Olson, heavyweight - Gary Vernon. Vernon. Leaders in the different wrestling divisions are, Take Downs - Don Nockleby, 15, Escapes - Bill Taj 1 lor, 8, Reversals Reversals - Rich Jacobson, 12, quintet are seniors JimBabcock dicaments - Rich Jacobson, of New York, Ernie Fortney of Near Fall - Andy \owlen, Ohio, Don Russell of Dayton, Wyo., and Jim Soft of Richey. The fifth slot is filled alternately by Doug Borland of White Sulphur Sulphur Springs, Jim Staab of Pins - Les Olson and Rich Jacobs on, 6. The Flathead-Butte dual meet will start at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Butte gym.