Clipped From The Independent Record
J Helena 01 to out alleys Th ge the aces o GOO pace the showec heavy Butte Livingston anc the as after resurfaced BELT FILLS mm TIKE TOPS III M[ Havre, March 27.--(IP)--Great Falls High school wrestlers won their second consecutive state invitational invitational interscholastic mat tournament tournament here tonight. The Great Falls team scored points. Belt High school, second last year, was second again this year with 19 points. Nashua placet third with 11, and Havre, Highwood Highwood and Chinook followed with seven, six and three points, respectively. respectively. The tournament, the fourth annual annual event of its kind in this state, was sponsored by Northern Montana college. Great Falls grapplers won eight of the nine titles, with Nlbel, of Belt, in the 155-pound division the only contender from another school to cop a championship. other titlists were Prahl, Dalbec, Nobel, Scotson, Snavig, Duley, Rega and Olson. Second place winners were Lane, of Belt; Peterson, of Nashua; Davison, Highwood; Peck, Great Falls; Harada, Havre; Brest, Nashua; Locke, Belt; Eby, Nashua, and Leland, Belt. Third places went to Davison, Highwood; Suyama, Havre; Maclean, Maclean, Chinook: Henry, Highwood; Westermark, Chinook; Armstrong, Belt; Daley, Havre; Stlcka, Havre; and Wagner, Chinook. Dr. I. W. Douglass, director of athletics at Northern Montana college, refereed the bouts.