Clipped From The Daily Inter Lake
State Wrestling Tourney Under Way Here Friday Flathead Braves Win Divisional Tournament The r m t p " Cket and ment Mil be staged at the Flat- supervisor; Bob Biastoch, head gym Friday and Saturday drobsin^ room; mats, Marlyn with some 240 matches in 12 Jensen; hospitality room, Bob weight classes. Tournament Hamilton; public address, Kaar- managers are D. P. Langbell sten Braatcn; scoring and pair- and . Neil Hart. Nearly 200 wrestlers, winners in divisional meets, are expected. : Matches will be waged on three mats beginning at Ip. m. Friday. ; There are 96 matches in the :Â·Â· first round. The second round is ,-,' slated to begin at 7 p. m. ? f Action continues Saturday with p the semifinals starting at 10 a. Â· .; m. continuing throughout the day 'f'\ with preliminary and semifinal consolations. The final consolations are scheduled for 7:30 p. m. Saturday followed by the state championship finals, on one mat, at 8;15 p. m. Awards mil be presented to first and second place teams in Class AA, .Class A, and Class B and C combined. The first four winners., in each weight division will also receive engraved medals. Trophies will be presented tothemostoutstandingwresUe for a late Elks Dining Room. Prior to Friday afternoon's opening round, coaches and officials will meet at 10:30 a. m. in the Little Theater at chosen by the referees, and for ,, . ...,,,,,, . D. P. LANGBELI, NEIL HAKT Ken ch) -istison; secretar- Flathead High. The Weigh-in is 8 to 11 a, the wrestler turning' in the ial help Mrs- Janet Bierrum slated Friday from fastest pin and MrÂ£ - Jar ice Hart; photo- m. The actual weights for the first e ra P her - Richard Nelson, weigh-in and the respective Mat officials are F. E. Wil- events Friday areas follows: OS, son. Harry Mular, Richard Cor- 106, 115, 123, 130, 136, 141, 148, bitt, Duane Brown, Arcliie Hoe, 157, 168, 183 and unlimited. Boys Gar p Freebia-y, Russell Hart- must also weigh in the second day ford, DeForcst Shotwell, James to remain in the tournament. Brubaker, Larry Kaber, Herb Tournament referees are White, Bill McClaren, Russ George Mayheiv, Kalispell; Lee Rttter, James Olson, Charles Hart, Townsend; Gene Carlson, Goligoski and James Haugen, Great Falls, and Dan Radako- Hart tos called a meeting of $1 and students 50 cents; champ- vich, Glasgow. all local officials for Tuesday ionship session, adults $1.50; A number of other officials at 7:30 p. m. in the gym to will beneededinstagingthetour- discuss final plans, nament. In addition to the tour- Coaclies and officials will be nament managers, other local guests of the Kalispell Chamber officials and their duties are: of Commerce Thursday at 10:30 Additional mats for the tournament are being borrowed from Columbia Falls and Libby. The Daily Inter Lake is providing a hospitality room for coaches and officials. All seats are general admission and there are no reserved seats. Prices are: First, second and third sessions, adults students Â§1; tournament season ticket, adults $4, students $2. Tickets are available at Torgerson's and the high school office. GREAT FALLS -- The Flathead Braves wrestling team will have eight grapplers in the State Wrestling Tournament next weekend by virtue of wins Saturday afternoon at Great Falls in the divisional tournament. Qualifying were Richard Jacobson, Rusty Roy, Lonnie Sheppard, Duane Johnson, Terry Hamilton, Roger Fincher, Bob Nockleby and Scott Torgerson. Flathead won the divisional championship with a team score of 90 points followed by Great Falls Russell with 87, Butte 86, Great Falls Central 75 and Great Falls Public 60. Duane Johnson won the divisional championship in the 127 pound class as the Braves scored one first place, three second places, three thirds and one fourth. SECOND HOUND RESULTS 95 -- Jacobson pinned Anderson (Cut Dank) 3 minutes. 103 -- Roy decisioned Scho- quist (Great Falls Public) 11-2. 112 - Doten decisioned Madison (Big Sandy) 2-1. 120 -- Sheppard decisioned Markson (Shelby) 6-0. 127 -- Johnson decisioned Monts (Great Falls Central) 2-1. 133 -- Hamilton decisioned Slivka (Dental) 12-0. 138 -- Black (Great Fallslius- sell) decisioned Buck 2-0 in overtime. 1-15 - Fincher pinned Kimmett (Sunburst) 2:53. 154 - Bcaudry (Butte Public) decisioned Nockleby 4-0. 165 -- Burrows (Sunburst)pinned Lyons 46 seconds. 180 -- Torgerson pinned Magnuson (Butte Public) 3:23. Heavyweight -- Hanson pinned Atkinson (Sunburst) 29seconds. THIRD ROUND 95 -- Jacobson decisioned Madison (Big Sandy) 9-2. 103 - Hughes (Butte Public) pinned Roy 3:36. 112 - Denning (Great Falls Russell) decisioned Doten 4-0. 120 - Lucas (Great Falls Public) decisioned Sheppard6-1. 127 -- Johnson decisioned O'Leary (Butte Public) 5-0. 133 -- Hamilton decisioned Olson (Big Sandy) 7-4. 145 -- Fincher decisioned Bringham (Havre) 6-0. 180 - Smith (Great Falls Russell) decisioned Torgerson 7-4. Heavyweight -- Dow (Great Falls Central) decisioned Hanson 1-0. CONSOLATION ROUND 103 -- Roy decisioned Hoppe (Havre) 3-2. 112 - Snyder (Havre) deci- sioned Doten 5-2. 120 - Sheppard decisioned Weaver (Big Sandy) 4-0. 138 - Hoppe (Havre) deci- sioned Buck 4-0. 154 -- Nockleby pinned McLain (Havre Central) 4:57. 180 -- Torgerson decisioned Schoenhuth (Great Falls Public) 3-2. Heavyweight -- Pancher (Great Falls Russell) decisioned Hanson 2-1. OPENING HOUND In opening round action Friday, the Braves qualified 12. Opening round results: 05- Jacobson pinned Karda (Stanford) 31 seconds. 103- Roy pinned Keeler(Havre Central) 3:26. 112- Doten pinned Dobson (Cut Bank) 3:00. 120- Sheppard decisioned La- Bonty (Havre) 3-2. 127- Johnson pinned Lemood (Stanford) 1:24. 133- Hamilton pinned Snow (Stanford) 11 seconds. 138- Buck pinned Smith (Cut Bank) 4:48. 145- Fincher pinned Dabney (Valier) 1:34. 154- Nockleby decisioned Henderson (Shelby) 4-1. 165- Lyons decisioned Marden (Havre) 5-1. 180- Torgerson pinned Tester (Big Sandy) 1:15. Heavyweight-- Hanson pinned Callahan (Havre) 4:20. Libby Dumps Anaconda LIBBY -- Libby Loggers ran oi r er the Anaconda Copperheads 88-69 in Big 32 hoop play here last night Max AgaUier paced the Loggers and the game with 22points followed by Marc Racicot with 21 and Mark A^ather and Dean Lcckrone with 12 each. Harold was high for the Copperheads with 21 points followed by Neilson at 15 and Yeo.-nan at!4. Libby led at halftime 39-36 and pulled steadily away in the second half. Libby (88) Max Agather 22, Mark Agather 12, Sinart 18, Hacicot 21, Leckrone 12 and Williams 3. Anaconda (69) Harold 21,Grubich 4, Neilson 15, .Yeoman 14, Cheek 6, Spangler 1 and Greenough 8. First formal observance of Mother's Day was in Philadelphia Pa., on May 10, 1908.