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3C- win while n 31- fur l b u t scrapp i l l b e c o n t i n u e d e n i n g at b o'J l d e r G a m e s r s d a y MINOH SPORTS TEAM FROM STATE COLLEGE IN CON1ENGE MEET Bozeman. Mai eh 1.--(Special)--Â· Bound for the annual Rocky Mountain conference minor sports meets at Provo and Logan, Utah, eight wrestlers and six swimmers of the State college left here Thursday. With them w n s Pat Dolan, minor sports coach. The wrestling matches will be held at Provo, Friday evening and Saturday, March 2 and 3, and the paddlers will compete at Logan, Saturday. Three of. the group will be def e n d i n g their conference titles. They are H e n i Fox, Billings, record-holder in the 60-yard free stle s w i m , and two srapplers. Jack Baltzell, C'uster. champion heavyweight, and Stanley Polich, Roundup, holder ot the 155 pound class championship. George M i s e v I Butte, who last year won fourth place in the conference 220-yard race, will compete again this year. Others making the trip include: Swimmers David Conkling, Helena; Nick Blelenberg. Deer Lodge; Ted Antonlch, Black Eagle, and, Harold Ramsej, Billings. Wrestlers: Wilfred Willey, Great Falls; Jack Marron, Butte; Ernest Vetter, Ennls; Vic Polich. Roundup; Harold Dyer, Moore and Wayne Liutbacum, Lodge Grass.