Clipped From The Daily Inter Lake
Collect Ninth Straight Win BOZEMAN (UP)--The Montana BUte College Bobcats Saturday wound up their first undefeated football season'since 1899 by out- i-unmng and oufpassing WhilworUi College of Spokane, Wash., 54-0. . The victory gave MSC a^ final season record of nine wins and no losses. The Bobcats won the Hocky Mountain Conference two weeks ago. Bobcat supporters hoped the victory would win one of two bowl bids for the Montana State team., The squad hopes for either the Refrigerator Bowl or the Aluminum Aluminum Bowl. Whilworlh was completely outclassed. outclassed. Coach Tony Storti of MSC used his reserves for the, second half of the game after the Bobcats had brought the score up to 33-0. The scoring was scattered among the team and came on all types of plays, but mostly through the air. Quarterback Dave Alt scored two touchdowns, a feat equaled by fullback Don Edwards and halfback halfback Jim McLeocl. The Bobcats took the opening kickoff, and immediately reeled off three first clowns. Edwards scored from the four. Alt passed to end Jim Posewitz for the point after touchdown. The second touchdown was set Â·up by a pass interception by Bobcat Bobcat halfback George Marinkovich on the Bobcat 34. On the first play after that Alt loped 6G yards for a touchdown on the quarterback quarterback option play. With fourth down and four yards to go on the MSC 3G, the 'Cats faked a kick but the pass went to Alt for 64 yards and a touchdown. Tackle Ron Warzeka converted. The fourth touchdpwu came in the second "quarter. The Bobcat reserves were,in. and.droxe straight down the field to set up a scoring play where halfback Bob .Rudio went over from the one. Late in the same period, IVlc- Ix2od took'a pitchout from quarterback quarterback Loren Sax and scored from the 13. Warzeka converted. The same story was written in the second half. The Bobcat first team started play by taking over on an interception by guard Charley Jackson on the MSC 39. A long run by Edwards s e t - u p ' the sixth score and halfback Frank Landon plunged over from the two. Edwards rushed the extra point. The seventh touchdown was set up by a pass from Alt to en'l Boh Black, a play that covered 67 yards to the Pirate 12. On the fourcn down Edwards went over standing up from the five, and then Alt sneaked over for the extra point. Then Storti put in the reserves again. Halfback Jim McLeod took a handoff from Sax on the Bob- GEORGE PEDERSEN cat 24, and dashed 76 yards for the final Bobcat score. Just for insurance (which was far from needed at this point) halfback Rocco Perciavalle charged through the line for the extra point. j Whitworth had only one serious | threat. This developed when quarterback Don Price went back to pass, saw nobody open, and ran 28 yards to the Bobcat 25. Halfback Halfback Vic Ferguson carried the leather to the 10, a pass from ( Price to halfback Dick Moultrie | went to the three, but the Bobcats held Whitworth for downs on the 'one. yard line . ! Score by periods: MSC .:. ,,.,,. 20 ,13 21 0--54 | Whitworth 0 0 0 0 0 Grid Scores Â· Â· WEST ' Oregon State 14, Idaho 10. Oregon 7, Southern- California 0. Montana St. College 54, Whitworth (Wash.) 0. Colorado 21, Utah 7. UCLA 13. Kansas'0. Jdaho State 13. Air Force Academy 7. Washington State 14, California 13. Washington 34, Stanford 13. EAST Pennsylvania 20, Columbia 6. Boston College 13, Boston Univ. 0. Pe'nn State 14, North Carolina St. 7. Pittsburgh 20, Army 7. Â· Brown Brown 21, Harvard 12. Dartmouth 27, Cornell 14. Yale--42, Â· Princeton 20. Rochester 13, Washington fc Jefferson Jefferson 0. New Hampshire 28, Massachusetts 7. : Delaware 14, Temple 7. Wavy 34, Virginia 7. . . ' Â· Â· " . West Virginia 7, Furman 0. Syracuse 61, Colgate 7. . Kutgers 20, William i Mary 6. Lehigh 27, Lafayette 10.' Johns Hopkins 7, Western Maryland 0. Connecticut 51, Rhode Island 6. SOUTH Duke 26, Wake Forest 0. ; , . South South Carolina 13, Maryland 0. Tennessee 27, Mississippi 7. Hampden-Sydney ]2, Washington and Lee 0. Â· ' ;" Â· . Georgia Tech 27. Alabama 0. Knoxville 27, Alabama Al-M 20. Auburn 20, Georgia 0. George Washington 20, The -Citadel 0. Florida State Univ. 20, Mississippi Southern 19. Tulane 13, Vanderbilt' 6. Kentucky 33, Xavier (O.) 0. MIDWEST Bradley 41, Valparaiso 8. Washington (Mo.) 21, Butler 20. Michigan 49, Indiana- 26.- Ohio Unlv 17, Marshall 0. Wayne Univ. 14, John Carroll 14. Â· ' Notre Dame 21, North Carolina 14. Iowa 6, Ohio State 0. Illinois 13. Wisconsin 13. Minnesota 14, Michigan State '13. ' Northwestern 14, Purdye. .0. Western Reserve 46, Case 6. North Dakota State. 19. .Iowa. Tchrs .13. Baylor 26, Nebraska 7. Carleton 27, Cornell (la.).College 13. Â· Kansas State 32, Iowa State 6. Wichita 14, Dayton- 6. : SOUTHWEST Oklahoma AtM 25, Detroit' ?.' ' Texas Western 16, West (Tex.) St. 13. Texas Â· CSVIstian 46,'Texas'0. Tulsa 10, TexasÂ· Tech 7.;. Texas AM 21, Rice 7. Southwest (Tex.) Tchrs. 14, East (Tex 1 Tchrs. 0. . . . Arkansas 27, Southwestern Methodist 13.. Houston 26, Villanova 13. Oklahoma 67, Missouri 14. Eastern Arizona J.C. 31, Phoenix 20. Texas Western 16, West (Tex.) St. 13. Wooster 59, Oberlin 0. Beavers Win, Sniff Roses MOSCOW, Idaho (UP) -- Oregon Oregon State's Beavers, played off their feet all-.day, came from behind behind in .the closing seconds Saturday Saturday to defeat little Idaho H to 10 and clinch their Pacific Coast Conference title and Rose Bowl bid. "" . Oregon Oregon State was hopelessly bottled up by the determined Idaho crew, but a blocked goal- line punt and long pass-run late in the game pulled the victory out of the fire and gave OSC its' first conference and Rose Bowl bid since 1941. . The .winning touchdown came on the strength of a 51-yard pass- rim from halfback Paul Lowe to halfback' Earnel Burden who was spilled- on the Idaho three. On fourth, down, Paul Lowe ran right end to score with just two minutes minutes left to play. i Until' that moment, however, an almost .unbelievable upset seemed seemed probable. Oregon State had been able to move Into Idaho, territory' only three times. The deepest penetration was to the 25* I * * * * * * * * All-Star FootbaEI Team LAUREN BUCKLAND * * WHITEFISH, c h a m p i o n , of the Northwest Class B. Football Conference, placed five men on The Daily Inter Lake's .first annual annual conference all-star team to dominate the class B "dream team" selected by the eight coaches of the conference. The [Bulldogs also placed two players on the second team, while the Most Valuable Player honor, as selected by The Daily Inter Lake, was given to Eureka's steady quarterback, Bob St.Peter. Ronan, runner-up to WhHefish, followed with three players on the first all-star team and two on the second team. Thompson Falls, which finished third In the final standings, HAROLD MANICKE placed two players on the first team and two on the second. Columbia Falls' lone star on the first team was Hon Klein, fleet halfback who ranked near the top of the heap in scoring all season. Highest individual vote collector collector was George Pedersen, Kenan's brilliant left tackle. Pedersen was the anchor man on a small, quick Ronan line. He opened gaping holes in opposing lines to make room for the hustling Ronan backs. Tops among the backfield candidates candidates was Jerry Bennett of Ronan. Ronan. He led all backs in votes. Bennett, who Is a junior, was on or near the top of the conference scoring parade all season and finished finished second In league scoring with 11 touchdowns for 66 points. The other three all-star backs, George Byb.ee of Thompson Falls, Ron Klein of Columbia Falls and Gary Smith of Whitefish, each collected the same number of points in landing first team berths. Bybee, the conference's leading scorer, tallied 12 touchdowns and three extra points for a season's total of 75. He finished strong in the point race, tallying three touchdowns in the final game .of the season against St. Ignatius. Klein, who suffered a touch of yellow jaundice before the final game of the season and was unable unable to play, held the scoring lead in the early part of the season. He wound up with 52 points. Smith, the muscular little senior lullback for Whitefish,'". was" the most feared back on the Bull- Jog eleven. Smith punted, pass- jd, kicked extra points and kick- ed off for Coach. Don Dornfeld's championship outfit Four Whitefish linemen spearheaded spearheaded the all-star line. Lauren Buckland, the Bulldogs' flashy left end gathered enough backing to land a first team berth. Harold Harold Man! eke, Whitefish's sturdy right tackle, filled one of the tackle slots on the team. Dale Evenson, big right guard, carried enough weight to earn a guard spot on the coaches' all-star team. Bud Lowitz held down the middle middle position on the all-stars' forward forward wall. Evenson was one of the top vote getters in the line. The other end spot was won by Thompson Falls' Ray Sharp, considered considered by many the best defensive defensive end in the conference. Sharp's best game of the season was against Ronan's Chiefs, who found Sharp stopping (heir end runs with monotonous regularity. Dan Corcoran, Ronan's burly guard, captured a first team position position to round out the all-star eleven. Corcoran, who teamed with Pedersen in the Chiefs' line,' was a bulwark on defense. Jerry Barber and Merle Jore, both of Ronan, headed the second second team backfield, while Jim Baker of Whitefish, and Fred Blackman, St. Ignatius' lone representative representative on the first two teams, completed the quartet. Eugene Brown of Columbia Falls just missed landing on the first team, but gathered enough votes to lead the second team linemen. Brian Day, Libby's stellar guard, beaded the Loggers' only choice on either team when he gained a second team berth at guard. Roy Lanier, Poison- tackle, landed landed Poison's only choice on either team when he won a second berth at one of the tackle spots. St. Peter, praised by his coach, Paul Milam, as the one player who kept the team rolling to its best season in the school's history, history, was chosen by The Intel- Lake for his all-around play at quarterback for Eureka. The chunky five-foot-ten signal caller came along fast in the second second half of the season to lead Lions to a fourth place tie in conference with Poison. St. Peter, a junior, "plays football, football, eats football ami dreams football," according to Milam. So, here it is, the 1958 Inter Lake Northwest Class B Football chosen by the coaches. BUD LOWITZ * First Team * Pos. Player School E -- Lauren Buckland ...... Whitefish E-- -Ray Sharp ---- --Thompson Falls T -- George Pedersen - - - - - - Ronan T -- Harold Manicke ...... Whitefish G -- -Dan Corcoran -- - - - -' Ronan G -- Dale Evenson ..... - Whitefish C -- Bud Lowitz - - - - - - Whitefish Jerry Bennett - - - - - - Ronan George Bybee - - - Thompson Falls -Ron Klem ~ - - - Columbia Falls Gary Smith - - - - ... Whitefish * Second Team * DAN COnCORAN B B B JERRY BENNETT GEORGE BYBEE GARY SMITH Pos. Player School . . . Loren Clarey .... R onan . . . Arlia Burk Eureka . . . Ro" lanier Pohon . . . Paul Hinman (tie) Whitsfish . . . Gary Kemmerer (tie) Thompson Falls . . . Eugene Brown Columbia Falls . . . Brian Day ; Libby . . , Arthur Davis .... Thompson Falls . . . Jerry Barber Ronan . . .Merle Jore Ronan B . . . Jim Baker ,,,.. Whitefish B . ... Fred Blackman ... St. Ignatius HONORABLE MENTION Centers . . . Brown, Ronan; West, Eureka; Nixon, Libby; Forman, Poison. !;l Guards . . . Cramer, Poison; E. Wood, Libby; Cullen, i j Ronan; Noel, Poison; Lamey, Eureka; Loveall, Columbia . ,u, | Falls; Andy Munson, Thompson Falls.' ; i j Tackles . . . Miller, Ronan; Gembel, Columbia Falls- Doyle, Whitefish; Howell, Whitefish. Ends . . . Albrecht, Columbia Falls; Olsen, Poison; Herried, Poison; Baertsch, Poison; Richwine, Ronan; Arlee, St. Ignatius; Abell, Ronan; Haines, Libby; McNeilly, Whitefish. Whitefish. Backs . . . Gilchrist, Libby; St. Peter, Eureka; Fisher, Poison; Baertsch, Poison; Boyd Davis, Thompson Falls- Hedman, Whitefish; McCulle, Eureka; Erickson, Libby; DuCharme, Pilson; Cone, Eureka; Boettcher, Poison. RON KLELV "'\ BOB ST. PETER m B .