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J acobsonGrabs 95-Pound Title MORE RESULTS PAGES 6 7 Missoula Sentinel Spartans won the Class AA State Wrestling Wrestling title with 53 points in the ,, ,, tourney which concluded last ' c " vallls 2 - Poplar 2, Stev- night at the Flathead gym. ensville 1, Baker, Denton, For- Giasgow Scortles took first 5TM' Pols Â°nÂ« Sacred Heart (Miles Hamilton 1, Harve 1, Deer Lodge 0, Lewistown 0, Livingston 0. Class B C, Malta 19, Big Sandy 18, Cut Bank 6, Broadus Corvallis 2, Poplar 2, Stev- Scortles took first ,, the Class A Division with r"f e: C 32 points. Sunburst. Seeley-Swan, and First In combined Class B and C was Malta with 19 points. CHAMPIONSHIP Â· FLATHEAD'S lone state wrestling title came in the 95 pound ^class won by Rich Jacobson, second from left. Others from left, John Knudsen, Missoula Sentinel, Serapio Baca, Butte; Â·John Luther, Billings West. (Inter Lake staff photo). BASKETBALL SCORES WESTERN CLASS B Thompson Kails 53, Missoula Loyola 50 (championship) Corvallis 73, Eureka 44 (third) WESTERN CLASS C Bigfork 69, Arlee 55 (championship) (championship) Darby 37, Lima 29 (challenge for third) Flathead Redskins 60, Whitefish Whitefish JV 53 Flathead Redskins 61, Columbia Â·Falls JV 44 Anaconda 72, Butte C. 47 Helena 64, Butte 51 Dillon 63, Helena C. 47 Missoula Sent. 79, G. Palls 58Â° Bozeman 52, Hardin 33 ' Lewfstoftn 69, Great Falls Hussell Hussell 55 Billings Cent. 66, Livingston 57 Billings West 63, Miles City 62 Hamilton 69, Deer Lodge 53 Missoula Hellgate 107, Great Falls Central 59 NORTHERN B SHELBY Cut Bank 59, Conrad 55 (title) Shelby 74, Browning 60 (third) SOUTHERN B BILLLVGS Harlowton 43, Huntley Project 42 (tide) Roundup 60, Forsyth 50 (third) EASTERN B WOLF POINT Baker 80, Plentywood 62 (title) Nashua 71, Poplar 52 (third) NORTHCENTHAL B HAVRE Chester 44, Chinook 35 (title) Havre Central 57, Harlem 49 (Uiird) SOUTHERN C LAUREL Edgar 54, Bridger 50 (title) Broadview 65, Three Forks 43 (third) EASTERN C SIDNEY Brockton 49, Jordan 46 (title) Outlook 80, Westby 60 (third) NORTHERN C GREAT FALLS Stanford 64, Winnett 45 (title) Rudyard 55, St. Leo's Lewistown Lewistown 43 (third) SOUTHERN n AT BILLINGS Forsyth 67, Red Lodge 60 (LO) Roundup 54, Lodge Grass 44 (LO) WESTERN C AT HAMILTON Lima 47, Granite 37 (LO) Columbia Falls 72, Libby 51 Whitefish 64, FJathead 47 Western Class B Eureka 85, Mission 56Qoserout) Corvallis 59, Poison 49 Coser out) Southern C at Laurel Broadview 64, St. Labre's 53 (loser out) Three Forks 70, Busby 64 (LO) , .Eastern C a). Sidney .Westby, 59,' Dodson 44 (LO) "" Â· Northern'C at Great; FaUs ' ' St. Lea's 75, Box Elder 47 (LO) Western C at Hamilton Darby 50, Boulder 45 (2 otXLO) Northern B at Shelby Browning 85, Sunburst 77 (LO) Shelby 67, Fairfield 46 (LO) North central B at Havre Havre C. 58, Ft. Benton 52 (LO) Harlem 65, Malta 63 (LO) Eastern B at Wolf Point Nashua 81, Circle 71 (LO) Poplar 83, Fairview 75 (LO) COLLEGE Weber State 99, Arizona St 88 BYU 98, Wyoming 90 Utah 97, New Mexico 85 Montana State 75, Gonzaga 74 Montana 100, Idaho SI Cornell 81, Penn 76 Oklahoma 80, Kansas St. 77 Florida 76, Tulane 59 Villanova 84, Memphis St 78 Bradley 73, Tulsa 65 Northwestern 78, Ohio St. 77 N. C. St 121, Wake Forest 100 Georgia 67, Georgia Tech 61 Brown 76, Dartmouth D6 Cincinnati 56, Drake 49 Iowa 80, Wisconsin 70 Michigan 105, Purdue 85 Penn St. 89, Pittsburgh 57 Army 70, Navy. 56 Duke 77, North Carolina 63 Kentucky 79, Tennessee 64 Louisville 81, Wichita 66 Southern Methodist 71, Texas 69 Minnesota 94, Illinois 92 Texas Christian 106, Baylor 88 Michigan St. 69, Indiana 63 Clemson 81, Maryland 69 St. John's 70, Marquette 68 Oregon St. 54, Washington St. 47 Idaho Frosh 90, MonUFrosh83 Grabs Victory Jn 300 Mile Curtain Raiser 1 DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (UPI) --Curtis Turner of Charlotte, N.C. pushed a 1963 Ford sportsman to an easy victory Saturday in a 300-mile curtain raiser for Sunday's $141,000 Daytona 500. Turner, who started in 10th position, took the lead on the 18th lap and led most of the way from there on in the 337,355 event for modified and sportsman stock cars. Second was Marvin Panch of Daytona Beach in a 1961 modified Ford. Bobby Allison of Hueytown, Ala., was third in a I960 modified Ford. Big Whilt Paces 76ers NEW YORK (UPI) --Wilt Chamberlain led the Philadelphia Philadelphia 76ers to a 114-98 victory over the Baltimore Bullets Saturday night before 18,499 fans, equalling the largest crowd ever to see a National Basketball Association game at Madison Square Garden. 95-pound class. Jacobson also received the award tor the best record in the tournament by winning three of four matches with pins. Bill Krum, Butte, was awarded awarded the outstanding wrestler trophy trophy of the tournament, It was his third straight state championship. championship. He won his first title in the 95 pound class and the other two in the 103 pound division. division. Trophies were presented to teams and outstanding individual wrestlers following the championship championship matches. Nearly 2,000 attended last night's finals. Team totals were as follows: Class AA-Missoula Sentinel 53, Billings Sr. 52, Butte 45, Billings Billings West 44, Missoula Hellgate Hellgate 44, Great Falls Central 38, Flathead 33, Great Falls Russell 29, Great Falls 19 Helena 14. Class A, Glasgow 32, Bozeman Bozeman 24, Miles City 21, Billings Central 12, Glendive 4, Butte Central 3, Columbia Falls 3, Hardin 3, Laurel 3, Dillon 1, John Knudsen, Luther, Bill. W., 4-1. Jim Rivera, Corv. dec. Harry Luna, Malta, 2-0. 103-Dennis Pierce, Bill. S., dec. Frank Jewell, Hellgate, 3-2. Mike Owen, Sentinel, dec. Dave Steen, Russell, 5-0. Bill Hughes, Butte, dec. Roger Desonia, Glasgow, 5-0. 112-Bill Krum, Butte pinned Paul Iverson, Hellgate, 2:24. Ron Crisman, Sentinel, dec. Dave Denning, Russell, 4-0. Tom Paul, Butte C. dec. Don Jung, Bill. S. 6-1. 120-Rich Lucas, Great Falls, dec. Tim Cates, Sentinel, 7-3. Larry Cocchiarella, Hellgate, dec. Tom Smatla, Butte, 2-0 OT. Doug Stewart, M. C., dec. Jay Nettleton, Helena, 5-2. 127-Mat Golik, Malta, dec. Duane Johnson, Flathead, 6-2. Dave Tripp, Sentinel, dec. Ron Cocchiarella, Hellgate, 9-5. Gerald Snyder, Col. Falls, dec. Bob Freisthamel,Glendive, 6-5. 133-Bill Anderson, Glasgow, dec. Jim Wright, Bill. S., 7-3. Dave Parcnen, G.F.C., dec. Merle Olson, Big S., 6-1. Peck Sparks Grizzlies MISSOULA (UP1) -- Senior guard Gary Peck made his last home appearance his best In leading the Montana Grizzlies to a 100-91 Big Sky Conference basketball victory over the Idaho Idaho Vandals Saturday flight Â· 'Peck, a 5-9 guard fromLibby, son 15, Norm Clark 13 and John Quist 10, Vandal scoring honors went to guard John Rucker with 24 points. The Grizzlies had to fight off a Vandal rally in Use- second half *0'bang on to the victory. Ron Incornoto, Helena, Frank Berta, Dillon, 12-4. 138-Perry Lyles, Billings dec. Bob Glasgow, Billings 4-3. Jay Lyndes, Helena, dec. Klemencic, G.F.C., 8-7. Jack Black, Russell, dec. Gilder, Hellgate, 11-2. 145-Duane Olson, Big Sandy, dec. Tim Cooper, Sent, 1-0. Wayne Yankoff, M. C., dec. Roger Fincher, Flathead, 7-1. Gary Gardner, Glasgow, Terry Bullis, Hardin, 4-1. 154--Craig Morton, Glasgow, dec. Mac Beaudry, Butte, 9-8. Paul Winchester, Bozeman, won by Split Dec. over Doug Robbins, G.F.C. 165-Paul Schafer, Russell, dec. Mike Oliver, Bill. W., Monte Pearson, Hellgate, Terry Phillips, M. C., 6-0. Gary Schmidt, Bill. Senior, dec. Mike Meyer, Helena, 5-0 OT. ISO-Bill Spring, Bozeman, dec. Jim Capser, Bill. C., Ken Robbins,G.F.C. dec. Preston, M. C., 4-3. Bob Frye, Malta, dec. Tom Hannah, Bill. W., 3-1. Hvy.--Dan Korber, Billings West, pinned Jim Dow, G.F 4:35. Ed Walker, Billings Senior, pinned Bill Fahrman, G Falls, 1:59 OT. John Good, Cut Bank, won forfeit over Dune McKay, M. THIRD ROUND RESULTS 95- Rich Jacobson, Flathead, pinned John Knudsen, Sentinel, 5:1S. Sarapio Baca, Butte, dec. John Luther, Billings W, 4-L 103-Dcmis Pierce, Billings" Sr. dec. Mike Owen, Sentinel, 7-2. Frank Jewell, Hellgate, dec Dave Steen, Russell, 5-1. 112-Paul Iverson, Hellgate, dec. Dave Denning, Russell, Bill Krum, Butte, dec. Ron Crisman, Sentinel, 6-3. 120-Tim Cates, Sentinel, Tom Smatla, Butte, 5-0. Rich Lucas, G. F., dec. Nettleton, Helena, 4-1. 127-Mat Golik, Malta, dec. tallied 27 points, his best effort Idaho fought back from a 54- on three years as a Grizzly, 42 halfUme deficit and Sed the The victory boosted UM's Big count at 84-84 with just over Sky mark to 5-3. Idaho is 2-8. Jive minutes to go. Montana, which was in con- Then Peck and Holliday went trol most of the way, won the to work with driving lay - ins game at the free throw line, and the Grizzlies scored 14 Idaho hit 37 field goals to Mon- points before Idaho hit the tana's 36, but the Grizzlies Scoreboard again. made 28 free throws to only 17 for Idaho. All of the Grizzly starters hit Translunar space is inter- in double figures with John planetary space beyond the Holliday making 25, Greg Han- orbit of the moon. Thompson Falls Wins Tourney POLSON -- Thompson Falls Bluehawks captured the Western Class B basketball championship championship here last night with a 5350 5350 victory over MissoulaLoyola. Thompson Falls will advmce to the state tournament at Glendive Glendive Mar-A 10-11-12. The Bluehawks led all the way and led 29-22 at halftime. to eight for the g^tosses CorVallis took third place defeating defeating Eureka 73 to 44. The Blue Devils led all ths way. 25 Loyola 133-Jim Wright, Bill. S.'dec.Â° Merl Olson, Big S., 4-2. Bill Anderson, Glasgow, dec. Dave Parchen, G. F. C., 3-1. 138-Perry Lyles, Bill. S. dec. Jack Black, Russell, 7-0. Bob Glasgow, Bill. W. Jim Klemencic, G. F. C., 145-Tom Cooper, Sentinel, dec. Roger Fincher, Flathead 4-3. Duane Olson, Big Sandy, Wayne Yankoff, M. C., 2-1. 154-Cralg Morton, Glasgow, dec. Doug Robbins, G F C 7-4. ' " Mae Beaudry, Butte, dec. Winchester, Boz,, 5-2 OT. 165-Mike Oliver, Bill. W.. dec. Mike Meyer, Helena, 8-3. m ' W " '"' W "^ * ' . Cut Bank T T (50) Corts 8, Opitz 20, ' '