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Braves Third in State Wrestling Divisional Class C Title, 56 to 49 Almost, But Not Quite third the' Superior from JERRY SIDER1US, No. 9 and former Flathead County High School player, goes high in the air in a vain attempt 1o snatch a rebound away from Jim Mitchell of the Montana Collegians Saturday night in the Collegians' 96-81 victory over the Bozeman Merchants at Flaihead County High School gym. Others in the picture are No. 33, Ed Arganbright of the Collegians, Collegians, No. 10, Jack McGee of the Merchants and No. 15, Ray Howard of the Collegians. The game drew a packed house. . 19r8 points INTER CAKE THE INTER LAKE, Sunday, March 10, 1957 9- Scores PflEP ECOHES Cla;s A Tournament at Billingi Billings (loser Central out). 63, Lewistown 53. Hardin 46, Miles City 45 (loser out) Sidney 82, Great Falls Central 65 (championship). Hardiu 70, Billings Central 62 (3rd- Class C Divisional* Western at Whilelish Corvallis 59. Troy 57 (loser out). Ennis 67, Superior 61 (loser out) Drummond 5G, Twin. Bridges 59 (cnam- Columbia Falls In Fifth Spot NAIA Tourney Seeds PLC In Top Spot KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP) -Pacific -Pacific Lutheran College of Parkland, Parkland, Wash., Saturday night was top-seeded for the 32-leam 19th j " Elvan Pasha, Bozeman wrestler, BOZEMAN (UP) -- Missoula matmen took seven of a possible 12 matches Saturday night to aggregate aggregate 125 points, more than double their nearest competitor, and win the Montana 1957 high school wrestling meet here. Billings, with 66 total points, was second and Flathead of Kalispell Kalispell had 64 for third. annual National Association of Intercollegiate Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Basketball Basketball Tournament which opens with eight games Monday. Pacific, with a 25-1 seasons record, record, drew the top spot over Youngslown, Ohio, 19-3, and over third place West Virginia Tech, 31-2 and the highest scoring col- won the trophy for outstanding wrestler of the tournament, while Buck Kirkland, Missoula, garnered garnered the referee's trophy for the fastest pin time--27 seconds. Other teanls to place in the tournament were Great Falls, fourth, 54 points; Columbia Falls, fifth, 51; Bozeman, sixth, 50; Hel- lege basketball team this season. I ena, seventh, 22; Custer of Miles The 320 players who will take City, eighth, 16; and the State part in the mammoth week-long Industrial School at Miles City, lournament began arriving Satur-j ninth, 4. day night and will take part in a! Missoula's winners were Bill "tipoff banquet" tonight. j Stine, 95 pounds; Kirkland, 103 Play opens at 11 a.m. Monday pounds; Ted Foust, 120 pounds; with Eastern Illinois playing Terry Foust, 127 pounds; Dennis Highlands of Las Vegas, N. M. Lucey, 138 pounds; Ernest Web- Eight games are scheduled for Der . 145 pounds, and Kent Dan- Monday and Tuesday, completing v ^- s heaayweight. Another the first round of play, eight will be run off Wednesday before play settles down to nighttime nighttime only. Western Illinois, an at-large entry rated fourth; Portland, Ore., University, University, fifth; Hamline University of St. Paul, Minn, the only team to win three championships, sixth; Southeastern Oklahoma S t a t e , seventh; and Texas Southern, an all-Negro team, eighth. Pacific Lutheran plays Elon, N. C. College at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday; Portland U. goes against Austin Peay, of Clarksville, Tenn., Monday Monday at 2 p.m.; Westmont College, o£ Santa Barbara, Calif., plays Youngstown, Ohio, College at 6 p.m. Tuesday; Northwest Nazarene, of Nampa, Idaho, plays Southeastern Southeastern Oklahoma State at 10:30 p.m. Tuesday. Valley to See Other winners: Pasha, 112 pounds; Albert Carter, Carter, Columbia Falls, 133; Ron Leckie, Leckie, Billings, 154; John Nickey, Bozeman, 165, and Gary Helena, 177. In bd\rts involving Flathead wrestlers, Joe Wilson, 95 pound- er, won two and lost one for third place; Bill Lee won two and lost one for second at 103 pounds; Rusty Redfield won three and lost one, then was beaten 2-1, but 'wound up third in the state at 120 pounds; Louis Reynolds won two and lost two for fourth spot at 133 pounds; Red Little placed third at 138 pounds, winning four matches, three on pins and one by decision before losing a 2-1 match to the ultimate state champ. Dick Hines won three and lost two to place fourth at 145 pounds; Jerry Kirschner, 154 pounds, won two and lost two, but failed to place; Chuck Dennis was second at 165 pounds, winning two and losing two; Mike pounds, won two Hanson, and lost 177 two, but placed fourth, although he was outweighed at least 15 pounds by each opponent; and Gordon Nathe won one and lost two, to place fourth in. the heavyweight class. In bouts involving Columbia Falls wrestlers, Charles Bousliman,- Bousliman,- 112 pounds, placed second; George Bouslinan, 120. finished second; Mike Riiey, 127 pounds, was third; Al Carter look the 133 pound championship on a decision over Lonnie Leckie of Billings; Ron McClintock, 154 pounds, was fourth; and John Knudsen, 165 pounds, finished third. Nine of 12 Flathead wrestlers placed in the tournament. Collegians Bop Bozeman Five In 96-81 Attack The Montana Collegians put on a great offensive display Saturday Saturday night as they defeated the Bozeman Merchants, 96-81, in a high scoring cage show before a packed gym at Flathead County High School. It was the 12th straight win for the Collegians against no losses. The Merchants suffered their second second loss to the Collegians after collecting eight straight victories. Rudy (Zip) Bhoades, former Flathead all-state player, was In high scoring form and up to his sometimes-comedy antics as -he led the Collegians in scoring with 27 points on 11 field goals and five free throws. But, the marksmanship honors for the night went to Hoog Hollo, ex-Bobcat and all-Rocky Mountain Mountain Conference choice, as he dumped in nine buckets and 16 free shots for 34 points. He missed missed two free throws in 18 attempts. Nine players hit in double figures,

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 10 Mar 1957, Sun,
  3. Page 9

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