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the Har- the state, runs five 4 and Berberet. 7 1 Foiles; and 2 3 (8) Lehman WP-- ,, 0 4 0 and Horn ( ' 0 1 Dickson WP-Erskine. 13 8 3 Raugh Great Falls Captures High School Wrestling GREAT FALLS (UPI) -- Great ^ls captured the AA and Miles Mty the A state wrestling titles Saturday In Great Falls. The Bisons rolled up 99 points o outclass second-place Missoula ivhien scored 83. Miles City with 45 points was far ahead of second place Glasgow which had 28. Bre-nt Russell of Missoula earned the award for the .outstanding wrestler of-the tournament. Roger Smith of Kalispell turned !n the quickest pin of the state meet by pinning Butte Central's Carrol in 27 seconds in a 177- pound class. The summary: 95 pounds--Harris. Butte Public:,Morarity, Butte Central; Marfcle, Glasgow; Morrin, Missoula. 103 'pounds--Gates. Missoula: Utfrln. Butte Central: Alclntyre, Great Falls; Slcotte, Butte Public. 112 pounds--Stine. Missoula; Wetch, Dawson; Quickenden, Great Falls; ^yckman. Helena. 120 pounds--Pasha. Bozeman; Molen, Jreat Falls: GUlespie, Butte Central; Uprisen. Kalispell. 127 pounds--Mulcahy, Butte Central; Murphy. Glasgow; Fletcher. Billings; Mike McClavc. Great Fails. 133 pounds--Brittenham. Cusler; Drever. Missoula: McHenry, Bozeman: Thrill, Glasgow. 138 pounds--Dawson, Great Falls: Oschner, Custer; Olson, Kalisp«U; Molineaux, Havre. Miller, Kalispell: Menil, Green, Custer; Powers, 145 pound_ Ireat Falls; Glasgow. , 154 pounds--Weber, Missoula: WUt- mer. Billings; Rowland. Great Fails; Royer, Kalispell. I6J pounds--Blackwood, Bozeman: Don McClave. Great Falls; Mashek. Missoula; Thomas. Custer. , 177 nounds--P»issel], Missoula; Jerry Toss, Bozeman; Smith, Kalispell; Habel, Great Falls. Heavyweight--Johnson, Great Falls; Howard Ross. Bozeman; Brown, Custer; Marks, Hardin. Tint round matches with ruthttd matmra lilted lint: 103--Heggen dec. Crosby, Custer, 6-4. 120--Hansen dec. Pashe, Helena, 7-0. 143--Miller pinned Powers, Glasgow 2:51. 154--Koyer lost to Weber, Missoalt, 2-0. ', 165---B. Olson pinned Zavalny, Glai- gow. 1:21. 177--Smith pinned Carrol. Butte C., :27. Heawwelght -- Meacham pinned by Marks. Hardin. 3:56. auarl«r-(tn»l» w!lh listed flat: 95--Fritz lost to Morin, MiMoula, 103--Heggen pinned by Gates, Missoula, 5:50.- 1IZ--Daley lost to Quickenden, Great Falls. 2-0. 120--Hansen lost to Pagha, Boreman, 5-1. ' 127--Mero dec. Covey, Bozeman, 7-3. 133--Heggen dec. Jones, Glendive, 5-0. 138--B. Olson dec. L. Olsen, Bozeman, 4-0. 145--Miller pinned Vollmer. Bozejnsn 3:25. 165--B. Olson pinned by Blackwood Bozeman, 3:50. 177--Smith pinned by Hussell, Missoula, 1:02. *7y" 1 "V!^*^ ate piate. ' Bal '' more ' $100,000 bonus rookie squares off at * r C0ac u h ' ^ anny Bish °P' Another rookie, is behind the Nicholson a thorough going-over at their Miami training base, Benton morning B of Roundup, dog put all. a Sidney Wins Whitefish VFW to Play Iowa Ghosts Cage Team WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- Hazzle.fmen in the game today. They are dazzle basketball is promised fans of the area Next Saturday when the Iowa Ghosts, the touring Negro laughmakers, meet the Whitefish VFW town team at 9 p.m. at the Whitefish Central School gymnasium. Playing the preliminary will be the traveling Harlem Chics, a group of live nationally famous Negro girls who play men's rules. Opposing them will be merchants of the talented band of dribble and pass- appy shotmakers who can turn on ic steam or tickle the fancy of he most staid fan, all within min- tes. They are managed by nation- lli-known Rip Coilins. The game should provide highly ntertaining as the VFW team has cored 12 wins in 16 games this eason and in the last game had wo above-average scorers. One Dillon Beavers Win 3rd Spot BOZEMAN (UPI) -- The DHlon Beavers took over late in the quarter and won the consolation finals in the state class B championship over the Fort Ben'on Longhorns 65-59 here Saturday! night. The game was even throughout Hie first half, Dillon leading at the end of the first quarter 15-12. The Longhorns widened the margin to five points, 29-24 at halftime. · · - ' ; . The turning point in the game came with 2:33 in the third quarter 5250.

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 15 Mar 1959, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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