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and eyes immediate out Mctra- work, Flathead Grapplers Prep For Nine Meet Schedule Grizzlies Host Bobcats In Missoula For Pair BOZEMAN (UPI) -- Montana State's Bobcats, off to a mediocre start, are drilling with blood in their eyes this week in preparation for a weekend pair of games at Missoula against t h e i r traditional Montana Grizzlies rivals, the -- Slowness in advancing the the ball on offense. Lambert said he believes the Bobcats will improve in both categories, although he conceded, "this is a very poor run- had their troubles In recent years at Missoula, coach Dobie Lambert said this year probably will be no exception, observing that the Grizzlies, opening on the road, drubbed a good Idaho team Saturday. DEFEAT VANDALS The Grizzlies, with a front line averaging 6-6 but paced by 5-10 guard Bob O'Billovich, defeated Idaho's Vandals, 67-55. displeased with the performance of his club, but he had high praise for Whitworth. "It was a good opener for us," he said. "Whitworth has a real ning club." ,,,. ,, , . . . H e said he thought MSC's re- The Bobcat basketballers have i bounding and defensive plav an t n f M V trnnhloc in vA^r»r»t n . . . were "adequate for so early in the season." Columbia Falls Kegier Leads Poison Tourney rm _. Vic Cordicr of Columbia Fall The Bobcats opened their,, ed the pack at the-eighth an- season at home, splitting a pair of close ones with Whitworlh College of Walla Walla, Wash. Wliitworth won the opener, 5654, MSC took the second, 57-55. nual Poison Invitational Bowl ing tournament after the firs half of'the two weekend affair Lambert admitted he Cordier, one of 142 singles to bowl over last weekend's action, \vasj ro i le( j a 610 scratch game (680 'with his 70 pin handicap) to lead all individual bowlers. One hundred fifty two singles are scheduled -to bowl when the play resumes this weekend. State Tournament Set for February 24 The Flathead wrestling teaman wrestling schools in the state BOB LEE, a senior 112-pounder on the Flaihead grappling team, clamps a keylock on junior Jerry Heggen, 127 pounds, in turnouts this week. The keylock is probably one of the most difficult holds to work in wrestling, and certainly it is the most difficult to break. The hold itsetf does not apply pressure (legitimate wrestling does not allow pressure holds) and the underneath man can only make things tougher on himself by squirming to get free. THE INTER LAKE, Wednesday, December 7, 1960 ,5- will open at- least · nine meet schedule on Dec. 22 when they journey to Missoula for their season opener. Coaches Bob Olson and Neil Hart brought back-the recently completed schedule from tfie' state wrestling clinic held in Bozeman over the weekend. IDLE PERIOD _ . . . *' The Braves' schedule is good, according to the coaches, up to a point. After Feb. ; 4, ; when the regular season schedule closes with Bozeman, t h e Braves have nearly, three weeks idle until the state tournament. However, Olson hopes to schedule somebody to take up this slack and keep the local squad in trim' for the state jtournament on Feb. 24. The Braves Reserves ' will have at least two matches during the season. One against Browning before the regular varsity gets under way on Dec. 17, and another that has not been completely settled yet with a team from Poison. The clinic which Olson and' Hart attended is an annual at-' fair where, representatives fro'm gather for instruction and briefings on rule interpretation, new rules, old changes and almost everything else connected with the grapple sport. .·"They didn't have any. rufe changes this year," said CHcon. "just a few rule simplifications." ;This.year's schedule is: ;'· 17, Browning, here (B). 22, Missoula, away. 6, Great Falls, here. 13, Butte Central, here. 14, Great Falls, away. 20, Bozeman tourna- 27, Butte Public, away. ,,-.28, Butte Central, away. 3, Butte Public, her*. 4, Bozeman, here. Dec. Jan. .Jan. Jan. ment. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Wins Race, Date LONDON (UPI) -- Traveling salesman Peter Beschorner, 19, and auctioneer's assistant Roger Wright, 20, Sunday held a swimming race in wintry temperatures a c r o s s Park's Serpentine Lake. Wright won the prize -- a date with Vaudine Agassiz, 17. WARDS

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 07 Dec 1960, Wed,
  3. Page 5

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