Clipped From The Daily Inter Lake
-4 THE INTER LAKE, Thursdgy,May 16, 1957 Prepsters Bid for State Titles in Interschola The 51st Interscholastic, bringing bringing together athletes and high school students from all over the state, gets under way tomorrow at the Montana State University campus. campus. day meet with competition in track and field events, golf, tennis, drama, speech events, editorial association association and art. Trials will be run in most events tomorrow with finals scheduled for Officials estimate as high as 1,800 j Saturday afternoon starting at 1. students will participate in the two-1 Missoula, perennial champion of Montana in track, is favored to cop the crown on the strength of season-long season-long displays of track and field conquests. The Spartans have not lost a meet this year and are heavy favorites to repeat the trick it has done with monotonous regularity regularity of bygone years. Ten Poison athletes will attempt (opposition from Whitefish, which t defend the state Class B crown I captured the Northwest Divisional now worn by that school. Last season season the Pirates from the Northwest Northwest Conference finished ahead of meet in its previous outing. Class A champ is Havre and (Class C kingpin is Broadwater .'Montana's best in Class B. This'County (Townsend). jyear, Coach Tom Kingsford's lads! Golf and tennis meets start are expected to run into serious j things off tomorrow morning on MAN The New 1957 nternational Harv OPEN HOUSE Complete Line of Trucks Friday and Saturday I" It F I" COFFEE AND May 17th 18th I If C C DONUTS SERVED the links and courts of Montana State University. Speech events will be run during the two days with the finals scheduled scheduled for Saturday afternoon. The Interscholastic Editorial Association Association will meet tomorrow morning morning as will the competitors in the art division. The Little Theater festival"'will run during the two days with the finals slated for Saturday night along with prize awarding convocation. convocation. Entertainment for the high school visitors has been provided by the university in the form of an open-pit barbeque on Saturday fol- Bobcats Play Eastern Twice BOZEMAN (UP) -- The Montana Montana State College Bobcats and the Eastern Montana College Yel- lowjackets will play a baseball doubleheader at Billings Saturday. Saturday. Earlier this s e a s o n the two teams split a twin bill. The Cats last week hit their way to a double victory over Idaho State and boosted the team batting average to .334. In Saturday's games, however, star hitter Dave Alt will be sidelined. sidelined. Alt, whose batting average average is .466, was hit in the eye by a line drive last week. lowed by a street dance and later a dance in the lodge building on the university campus. Seven members of the Flathead County High School track team, not five as was stated in last Sunday's Sunday's Inter Lake, will carry the local colors into the Interscholastic Interscholastic at Missoula tomorrow. Braves competing are: 100-yard dash--Jerry Kirschner and Sam Lowman. 440-yard dash--Marvin O'Lexy. High jump--Mike Huggins and Herb Smith. Shotput--Gordon Nathe. Javelin--Frank Cabbage. Relay team -- Kirschner, Lowman, Lowman, O'Lexy and Smith. Whitefish will carry 11 cinder- men into the statewide meet as representatives in the Class B di- Mile--Schneider. Low hurdles--Phillips. Relay team--Evenson, Phillips, Gordon Taylor and Buckland. Coach Helge Carlson will have two representatives from Columbia Falls at the state meet. They are: Shotput -- Ron Klein and Don Gimbel. Discus--Klein. Poison, the defending state Class B champion, will have a contingent of Iff" harriers at the Interscholastic. Interscholastic. Coach Tom Kingsford will attempt attempt to successfully defend the state Class B crown now owned by the Pirates. Tracksters from Polson Polson are: 220-yard dash--Don Lodmell. 440-yard dash -- Lodmell and Merle Milner. Low hurdles -- Delbert Hawkins vision. Coach Don Dornfeld has land Lee Worthington. more members participating from the Northwest Conference than any other school. The Bulldogs captured the Northwest Northwest Divisional tournament at Polson Polson and should be one of the top favorites for the state crown now held by Poison. Bulldogs competing in the Interscholastic Interscholastic are: 440-yard dash -- Alex Anderson, defending state champion Dale | Evenson and Darrell Osborue. Shotput -- Evenson and Jim Baker. Discus--Evenson. High hurdles -- Doug Knapton, Duane Hartman and Gary Smith. Pole vaMlt--Smith. Broad jump--Lauren Buckland. High jump--Ken Phillips. Javelin--Baker. 830-yard run--Hartman and Bob Six MSC Bobcats Schneider High hurdles--Hawkins. High jump -- Worthington a n Terry Cramer. 100-yard dash--Cramer and Lodmell. Lodmell. Broad jump--Lodmell, Hawkins and Bill Boettcher. Mile--Jerry Noel. Javelin -- Bob Root and Gary Groves. Shotput--Paul Sherick. Relay team--Lodmell, Hawkins, Worthingtou and Boettcher. Four athletes will go to the Interscholastic Interscholastic with Coach Bill Racicot Racicot from Libby High School. They are: Discus--Chuck Haines. High jump--Willie Schikora. Pole vault--Schikora and Gary Verboncour. 100-yard dash--Don Gilchrist. 220-yard dash--Gilchrist. Low hurdles--Gilchrist.