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IN whistle. s h in its won to 24. Fort loser, tho evening 2(i 11 contests. s t floor work nad game o2-?,l. fast the by class A u p smashed out , Livingston fell minutes their victories, advanced to Havre 43-36 MFIT 11 UNKITI Missoula, March 7.-- (AP)--The most successful Grizzly minor sports squad in history collected championships In wrestling, boxing and swimming in the intercollegiate meet here today. Montana Stato university grap- plors won four titles, against two for the Slate college and one fur the .School of Mines, the score in wrestling belny: University -0, Bobcats 10, Mines 5. In boxing, the university's quin- tette of scrappers punched out a clean sweep from three Bobcats and two Miners, with only the final fray ending in a knocUoul, the rur tlio ring events being: University 25, others, untiling. Swim During the afternoon the t.'ni- vcrslty swimming team won five of eight firsts to defeat the Bobcats in the tank, 45 to 30. Tho aggregate score oC the fifth intercollegiate minor sports meet \VJIH 1*0 points for the State university, 40 for the State colic-go bobcats, and five for the School of Mines. Wrestling results: A. Talpt, Miners, threw Higgins, Bobcats, with a half Nelson and crossbody hold in 6 minutes 5 seconds in the 175-pound class. Ivinthacum, Bobcats, threw Young, university, with a reverse body in 4 minutes in the 125-pound class. McDonald, university, won a decision from Dejarlais, Bobcats, in a full limit bout with an advantage of 1 minute, G seconds on top In 165-pound class. Tokrud, Bobcats, threw E. Talpt, Miners, with a half Nelson and crossbody hold in 7 minutes, 25 seconds, in the 155-pound class. Weatman, university, threw Pic- choni, Bobcats, In 3 minutes with half Nelson and armbar. 1'atc-s, university, threw Sprang, Bobcats, in 4 minutes with a wrist- lock, armbar and combination hold. Crlaafulli. university, won a decision from Wlrak, Bobcats, in a Cull limit bout with an advantage of 5 minutes, 45 seconds on top, the 145-pound class.

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  1. The Independent-Record,
  2. 08 Mar 1936, Sun,
  3. Page 7

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