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feet, to 23- u t h . s t a r he Baylor Larusso; enabled . ' . ; a big Varsity Matmen Meet Butte' Bozeman; J.V/s in Poison Tomorrow By TOM TIEDE Inter Lake Sports Editor The pounding on the floor of Flathead gymnasium will be of another kind than hoofs of basketball players this week, as Bulte Public and Bozeman High School journey Norlh for Wrestling wars with Flathead Friday and Saturday nights, 8 p.m. apiece. An afternoon e x h ib i t i o n match was slated at 4:30 today with Junior Varsity grapplers from Butte and Flathead. SEVEN MEETS In seven meets this year (5-2 team record) the local matmen have won an astonishing total of 50 out of a possible 84 individual matches. Their two losses, a 28-11 loss to powerful Missoula and a hair thin 21-15 to Great Falls. . Two squad members, senior 165 pounder Bill Olson and junior heavyweight Vic Green, are undefeated in seven matches, and John Lee, sometimes 95 pounder, has wrestled undefeated in this class but lost in the heavier 105 pound competition. Flathead wrestlers were 'to weigh in for tonight's matches at 4 today. Tomorrow afternoon they will weigh in «t 3 p.m. with Bozeman. NEXT TO LAST Coach Bob Olson related that this weekend would be the next to the last home weekend for Flathead, and, in fact, the next to the last meet before the Feb. 24-25 state meet. Next week the Butte Central Maroons will pay a call to Kalispell for the last scheduled meet of the season. (Flathead trompled Butte Central 50-0 last weekend.) Saturday the Junior Vanity will travel to Poison for a 10 ajn. meet with the newly organized Pirate mat «ew. Probable lineups for tonight: _V|C -CjRfEN, Flathead representative in the heavyweight wresljing division, hardly had time to w.brjc up'.a sweat last weekend'. in matches at Butte and Butte Central. The first night the un- . r junior won by a pih.in-52 seconds and the second night he won in 45 seconds. This 'repfertrjfs 1:37'ring time out of « possible 12=mrnutes.^ · THURSDAY NIGHT'S PLAY Thomas Shoots For World Mark Tonight NEW YORK (UPI) -- Jumpers John Thomas and Ralph Boston and Hungarian miler Flathead Johnson 95 Plympton 105 Kaufman 112 S. Leighty 120 D. Leighty 127 Daley 133 R. Olson 138 Floren B. Olson Robinson Green 154 16S 180 Hvt. Butte Leonard Semavarsky Sicotte Dinsmois* Harris Collins Hendricks Cyr Johnston Wattula Thomas Heferee: Ralph Ertz

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 03 Feb 1961, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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