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The Independent Record, Helena, Montana, Thunday, February 25, 1965 Nine Helena Wrestlers Head 60 Teams Vieing For State Crown . The Helena High wrestling Icain, after a surprising second place showing at the Western f)i-ylsianul tournament last weekend, left fur Hillings, today where it will compete in the Stale Wrestling tournament over 1he weekend. ■ Nine Bengal gvapplcrs and reaches Jack Cohn and Roger Koch embarked by car this after-iioon. The two-day meet opens Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Missoula Sentinel to Defend More than 00 teams will par-ticipate in (he 242-mBlch meet. Defending c h a in p i n n Missoula Sentinel and Great Falls have been established as the pre-tonr-ncy favorites. Roth split duel itches during llio season. Sentinel tuned up for its title defense with a 133-point showing enrou le to llic Western Divisional title last weekend hi Hamilton. Helena, although winning onlv dun! meet duTina the season. placed sennit with 69 points. Bengals Second In Divisional Billings Central won the South ern Divisional al Bozeman with runts to runncrup IlLilinus Senior's 72. Custer of Miles Cfty Argentina KO Artist Is 8-5 Favorite New York — m — The .oud could change by Friuay hut lighl now untried, undefeated Oscar Bonavcna of Argentina is a prisingly heavy fl-S favorite over heavyweight r.nntcnner Zora Fol-ley. They ale to clash in a 10-round-or at Madison Square Garden Fii ifiy night. II is an interesting m=(c!-. that cou.d h:re 10,000 and moie tans to '.lie non-television light. On Hie basis of style and ex pericnec, the fourth-ranking r^n tender from Chandler, Ariz, should chop up the stocky, flat footed Argentine. Bonavcna, 22. and a. pro only .13 months, has an B-0 record including seven knockouts, tic has v fought no one of any consequence, lie is slow moving and wide open. Ihe mop-haired youngster depends u:i the power of his left hook and fair right. North Dakota Breaks in Ten Poll ■ISy The Associated Press . The North Dakota Sioux moved in among the first ten ieams The Associated Press' small-col lege basketball poll today on the strength of a 15 game winning streak and their clinching ot the ..Karen central Conlerence due. V> inner over Jvorth Dakota State last week, North Dakot climbed into an eighth-place tie with Grabbling in the latest poll ot lb regional experts. The bal loting was based an game; through last Saturday. North Dakota has a2H rccon and each of its setbacks was ti major opponent* — Bradley, Dr. Paul, Chicago Loyola and Iowa. There were relatively few other changes m tire rankings. Evan: ville remained a solid leader fo lowed by Central Slate of Ohk Top Coach Jack Cohn "Kills Are Heady" igecl b u i perennially tougl: Glasgow 122-119 (o cop the East ern Divisional title at Forsyth and Great Falls Public ran away th hnnors at the Northern Di visional in Kalispell. otitscoring id place Flathead 145-D5. he kids are in good shape, menially and physically," Coach Jack Cohn said Wednesday. Cohn will enter four Divisional runner- Ihrec third, place finishei s two fourth place winners. total of 152 wrestlers will for the 12 state champion ships. Hosier Listed Making the Irip will be the following nine players: (division finish and school grade are in cluded): — Tom Burnhart (2nd) sophomore. 103— Hied Rausier (4th) sopho- 120— Jay Neltlcton (:ird) jii ir. 133— Dan Nelson (2nd) senior. 145 — Dan Q'Lcary (3rd) senior. 154— Mika Meyer (2nd) soph 105 — Dick T.aFromhoise (2nd) enior. ISO— Blaine Pulmtuiist (3rd) cinor. . Hvt. — Stu Kellner (2nd) senii Montreal Goalie To Celebrate STATE-BOUND BENGAL GRAPPLERS — Nine Helena High wrestlers left for Billings today where they will compete in the State Wrestling tournament. From left to right: Rich Rausier, Tom Burnhart, Dan Nelson, Jay Ncttleton, Dick La Framboise, Dan Palm-quist, Mike Meyer, and Stu Kellner. Norm Clarke) Tough Manhattan Defending Class C Schools Battle For State Tourney Berths Ky The Associated Press lull a: the keenest sports com petition in Montana has started 32 Ulass C high school bas ketball teams battling for the eight berths in the state tourna ment March 11-13 in Helena, The four divisional are in Sid ney, Laurel, Great Falls and Hamilton. Defending Class G champion filaiitlatlan, boasting a 22-1 sea son record, is among teams fa vorcd to reach1 the state finals. but face.? a formidable opponent s opening game Thursday the Southern Division meet in Laurel. Manhattan Meets llysham Manhattan, wilh its (i-foot-7 Clay Robinson, goes against Hy-sham, beaten only twice in 20 games and leti ny n-* iracs siai Randy McPhall. Edgar and its G-font-6 Dave Taylor is another Southern Di vision favorite and goes against Clyde Park. Clyde Park last week.Great Falls. Rudyard has many upset White Sulphur Springs. theU-etcrans back from the team Helena Man Catches 13 Pound Trout J. H. (Jim) Worley of 1023 6tl that huike IVruii'.-.'Ur.'s ?(> game winning streak stretching :w r tv.'u Willow Creek Tough Again Artec, Darby and Willow Creek are favorites in the western tournament in Hamilton. Willow Creek placed [Durfh in lasl s r's state tourney. Lewistown St. Leo's, Ruryard hd Belt appear the strongest in the Northern Division meet in Bowling Results Copitol City Bowl Suvlte. 852; lloiOn,. 671. Imperial La which wdii the division lille last season, but failed to place in the state tournament. Lowislowh St. Leo's lias a 21-1 record. Willow Creek's star is 5-9 Nolan Murphy who came within three puints of. the state lourna mcnl scoring record of 45 losl Sarred Heart, Westby Favored In the Eastern Division event Sidney, Miles City Sacred Heart and Westby appear the strongest Westby has been ging 70 points n game and has been beaten once. Sacred Heart, 113-4, p I a fourth and fifth in the slate meets in 19C3 and 1D64 and has three starters back from those clubs. Divisional tournament pairings Kaslcrn at Sidnev — Westby vs. Dodson, Culberlsori vs. Terry, firmer vs. Savage, Miles City tjaereu tteart vs. unheim. ioulherri at Laurel — St. Labrc's Mission ol Ashland vs. Melsfone Edgar vs. Clyde Park, Broadview vs Hndger, defending slate champion Manhattan vs. Hysham. Northern at Great Falls — Lewistown St. Luc's vs, Dutlon, Denton vs. .Inpllii, Uudyard vs. Winnett, Hell vs. Moccasin. western at Hamilton — Alice MSC In Ski Moscow, University gins defense ice end at man, Jlont. Day figures cats are Lodge Circle m.d.-s. tin-n57; <menl Muiilt KHu-13!>" 2l7-i31' [wDrcieri) ntRl' Mtlkr, 163- Ky The Throughout headline read-Lodge Corvallis Now champions ing colors school which Bank, Point and Three tournament players Grass. Lasl through without u up in the reach the Lodge a 160 itself. The 4-12 in Southern

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  1. The Independent-Record,
  2. 25 Feb 1965, Thu,
  3. Page 11

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