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sand- Tigers one the meeting who make a his runs the 1955, him -he surpassed few Kaiispell Boys Help MSC Team BOZEMAN -- Montana Stale College wrestlers will tangle with wrestling teams from the Univer-| sity of Washington and Seattle Pacific College Saturday, Feb. 2, in the neighboring state. MSC coach Keith Bowen says his matmen will face the U of W Huskies at 9:30 a.m. and the Seattle Pacific squad, at 2:30 p.m. He announced plans to leave the campus "Thursday noon, taking about ten wrestlers. The traveling squad will be picked early in the week. Return will be on Sunday. This will be. the first competition of the new year for the Bobcats who had one match before Christmas, defeating South Dakota Mines 33-5. Their only loss came in the 123 pound division, where they had to forfeit because of no contestant. Dr. Bowen now has a -16-man squad working out regularly, including four letter men from last year. v Returning monogram winners include Bob Mitchell of Butte at 147 Ibs.; Everett McGlothiin, ' Sheridan, Wyo. at 157; Delbert Pasha of Bozeman at 130, and Irv Zinnecker, Moore at 177. Other members of last year's squad who are back again include) Ace Cacciatore (prounced Calch-a- tory) of Niagara Falls, N. Y. at 130, Leroy Gilhertson of Kaiispell at 137 and Darrell Rohrdanz, Bozeman at 167. Doug Hunter of Cody, Wyo., a member of the 1953 team is back in school after, a service stretch. Freshmen include three Bobcat footballers and two Montana state high school champions of last year. The gridders are tackle Gene Beeckrnan of Fort Wayne, Ind., new to wrestling but an ex-Marine whose hobby is judo; guard Budd.v James, Parkersburg, W. Va. high school ace at 167; and tsckle Don Delande, 177 Ib. candidate who starred for Bridgeport, Ohio high. Ralph Ertz, Kaiispell, winner of .the state 147 Ib. title in last year's Montana high school championships and the outstanding, wrestler for the past two tourneys, is one candidate. Another is Ray Wiman of Bozi- man, winner of the 120 Ib. state title last winter. Bill LeCount, second in the state last year for Billings' state champs, is a 157 Ib. hopeful. : Two more men with no experience but showing well are Miller, Moore, at heavyweight Doug Poletle (pronounced Po-leet) of Florence. Polette is "the yonug- er brother of Les, who won the conference 147 Ib. crown for last year. PUT IT IN CLASSIFIED AND WATCH'IT SELL

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 30 Jan 1957, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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