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 - iathead Third in State Wrestling Meet; Missoula...
iathead Third in State Wrestling Meet; Missoula MISSOULA (UP) -- Defending champion Missoula retained its ·u.te high school -wrestling crown Saturday night by topping its nearer nearer competitor by 14 points. .Missoula scored 119 points in comparison to 105 for Great Falls. Flathead was third with 92; Bozeinan Jtourth with 67, and Custer Custer County High School of Miles Miles City, decisioned DeFIyer. Colum-, bia Falls, 3-2; Indreland, Missoula, decisioned Heggen, Flathead. 3-0. 127 -- Kimes, Flathead, pinned Norling, Norling, Helena, 4:19; Hoffman, Bozeman, decisioned Farnum, Poison, 3-1; Pankratz, Pankratz, Great Falls, pinned Kimes, Flathead, Flathead, 5:51; Bousliman, Columbia Tails, decisioned Wall, Miles City, 5-0. 133 DaJy,-Great Falls, decisioned Olson, Flathead. 9-1; Carter, Columbia Falls, pinned Huber, Billings. 1:40; Olson, Flathead, pinned Matfeldt, Glas- govv. 3:32; .Huber, Billings, decision.ed Milner. Poison, 4-2. -- Nelson, Columbia Falls, -,-,,.. -- I iw -- iMeison, uoiumma fails, aet f i f t h with 28. Billings had cisioned Powers, Glasgow, 5-3; Miller, _ . . _ _ , , Central, 5; Nelson, Columbia Falls, pinned Irvin, Havre, 4:28; Miller. Flat- nead. pinned Oschner, Miles City, 3:18; Golden, Missoula, decisioned Milner, Poison, 3-0. 154 -Holmes, -Holmes, - Green, Miles City, decisioned ; , Poison, 2-0; Allen, Columbia Falls, pinned Meglen, Butte Central, 3:56; Is, pu ;; Kin. .es, Flathead, decisioned Saw- 'i P n l i i m h i n Fill= 1Q FTplpna 14. *«tneao, pmnea wart, woxon. i:si: iO. Columbia fails 1», Helena i*,l Mi i n - er poison, pinned Dlirkin, Butte Butte Central 10, Havre 10, Glas- ~ ' ' ~ " - - -- govv 7. Poison 2 and Noxon 0. After qualifying matches had »nded Friday, Flathead was the leader with 26 points. Behind the Braves came Great Falls with 21, Missoula 20, Bozeman 15, Columbia Columbia Falls 12, Billings 8, Miles City B. Helena 5, Havre, Butte Central and .Glasgow 3 each and Poison 2. Results of Friday's qualifying matches involving area wrestlers: 95 pounds -- Hughes, Bozeman, pinned Choate. Columbia Falls, 5:51; ther. Billings, 10-6; Allen, Columbia Falls, pinned Weber, Missoula, 3; Hines, Flathead, decisioned Crawford, Havre, 4-2. ' . 165 -- McClay, Great Falls, decisioned Streets, Poison, 6-0; D. Russell, .Missoula. .Missoula. pinned Knudsen, Columbia Falls, 1:33; Dennis, Flathead, pinned Glasby, Helena. 4:34; Dennis, Flathead, pinned Henderson, Noxori, 1:07. 177 -- Townsend, Bozeman, pinned pmnea unoaie. uoiuniDia iaw, a;oi; -Rnwor Trini-hosrf i'jj- M^TTonrv nil- Daley, Fiathead, pinned Hack, Havre, ^|s? 'Ptane^Groves, *P§S£' SOS; 103 - Lee, Flathead, decisioned Me- Anally, Bozeman, 7-6; Lee, Flathead, decisioned Kotila, Missoula, 3-0; Pasch, Illnl ati*, rtr,nidnti ft Hfnl-F f"*nl i im Hi ^ Falls! 10-2 Columbia 112* -- Pasha, Bozeman, decisioned Merp. Flathead. 5-0; Bousliman, Col- iT.ibia Falls, pinned Ryckman, Helena. 1:03; Kostohris, Great Falls, decisioned Fry, Poison, 10-3; Pasha, Bozeman, pinned Mere, Flathead. 120 -- Gillespie. Butte Central, de- cisioned Wells, Poison, 4-0; Orestad, Pancho Edges ' Wnned KJ * in ' C0lum ' p- P n V,vwphi- flavor PlnthMd nin e " n e d n s u n d I*6Q UMUIlUi Flat X 1SLL" i , . . , ,, ead( pinned Hunton.' Ml}«8 City, 3:20. Saturday Scores COLLEGE NCAA REGIONAL? At Lexington, Ky. Kentucky-' 89, Notre Dame 55 (championship) Wyoming Wins Wrestling Title PROVO, Utah (UP) -- Wyoming Wyoming University successfully defended defended its Skyline Conference wrestling crown here Saturday, besting its nearest rival Colorado State University 74-52. Host Brigham Young University University followed with 47. Utah scored 41, Utah State 25 and New Mexico and Denver nothing. High point 6f the Cowboy triumph triumph was the win of their sopho^ more 167-pound ace Dick Ballinger, Ballinger, who scored his 12th straight mat win and remained undefeated. Ballinger decisioned Ted Willich of BYU for the 167 honors on a 6-2 score. A minor upset saw Utah's Bob Lee, the captain of the Bedskin western division winning squad, go down to defeat to Ed Rath of CSU on a 3-0 decision in the semifinals. semifinals. BYU's powerful Dave Hanks scored his 12th straight win air though he was scored on for the first time in decisioning Bob Surge of CSU 3-1. The single point came on a penalty. . DISSENTING VOTE--John Thomas' goes down under the attack of a hefty fan after fifth round of a welterweight fight in Los Angeles. Ringsiders and the-matchmaker to the referee's defense and debris flew through the Olympic Auditorium. Mexico's Alvaro Gutierrez won when L. C. Morgan of'Ypungstown failed to answer bell for the sixth

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 16 Mar 1958, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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