Clipped From The Daily Inter Lake
Series Tomorrow The lines were drawn today what should prove to be this gridiron classic, on the local at least, the renewal of the Whitefish-Flathead Whitefish-Flathead football series, tomorrow tomorrow at 8 p.m. at the Whitefish field. Coaches Jim Sweeney of Flathead Flathead and Don Dornfeld of Whitefish Whitefish both have announced their starting lineups and with those announcements the Whitefish Bulldogs Bulldogs assumed a decided weight advantage of the Braves. Whitefish has come up with a starting line which averages 166 pounds to 162 for Flathead, but the big edge comes in the backfield backfield where the Bulldoes will average average 173 pounds to 156. for Flathead. x That big backfield edge is carried carried Jor the most part by quarter,back Jim Baker of Whitefish. The junior signal-caller tips the scales at for Air Command, 210 pounds and the nearest Flathead can come to offsettingi him is 178-pound Jim Meachamj at fullback. . ;race to the pennant Dornfeld today announced the out. be following starters for the contest tomorrow night: Bud Lowitz, can-: ter, 170 pounds. Dale Evensong 180, and Dick Howell, 160, or Ed Gilliland, 147, guards; Paul Hln- man, 160, and Harold Manlcke, 166, tackles; Mike McNeilly, 154, and Lauren Buckland, 170, ends; Baker, 210, quarterback; Wayne Hedman, 160, or Ron DeMotts, 159, right half; Ken Phillips, 151, left half, and Gary Smith, 170, fullback. Sweeney's Flathead starters will be: Neil Graham, 162, center; Wagoner, 143, and Gerald Kirchner, Kirchner, 156, guards; Gordon Naethe. 183, and Dick Armstrong, 169, will look Meacham, 178 fullback tackles; Dave Rydquist, 178, and Rod Powell, 155, or Bob Durado, 156, ends; Herbie Smith, 162, quarterback; Claude Mumbower, 134, left haf; Sam Lowman, 150, or Roger Thibert, 145, right half; Game-time at the Whitefish field will be 8 p. m. Tickets will sale at 7:30 p. m. The two schools and followers both teams are looking forward the renewal of the football relationship. relationship. Whitefisb, under a new half.| this season, will be propping 'ATr*Â»*fViiifocl 1 fMaco position. University 29. Phoenix for of its Northwest Class B championship, while Flathead will be out to improve on its record of last year. This will non-conference engagement. . A capacity crowd is expected tor the encounter. Just a few hours earner, row at 2 p. m., Columbia' Falls High School will jar the lid off the valley's season when the Wildcats play host to the Flathead Reserves. Coach Helge Carlson of Columbia Falls will be relying to great extent on 10 lettermen in his opening match, and has indicated indicated that from the standpoint of reserve strength, the Wildcats are lacking. The Libby High School Loggers also get the season under Way weekend, at home to the Bonners Ferry, Idaho, team Saturday at p. m. in a non-conference game.