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Whitefish went to the air again for the lone third quarter score. The Bulldogs forced Libby to from its own seven yard line took a short boot on the Logger 29. Gary Smith pounded right tackle to the 23 and Baker passed to Hedman for seven more yards and a first down. One play later Bulldog end Lauren Buckland toook a Baker aerial knee-high the right flat and ran 15 yards score. Smith booted the extra point. The Loggers bounced back with the Bulldog kickoff and picked two first downs to their own 45. On the third down, quarterback Bill Erickson faded back and a pass to Schikora who was open on the Whitefish 35 and speedy back sprinted for Libby;s Bob Schneider Sparks Victory lone score. Schikora added the;for BY JIM HARMON Inter Lake Staff LIBBY (ILNS) -v- The powerful Whitefish Bulldogs, sparked by the fine running of reserve halfback Bob Schneider, scored in every quarter Friday night to hand the hurly Libby Loggers a 40-7 homecoming homecoming setback at Libby. Coach Don Dornfeld's c l u b struck for three touchdowns in the opening stanza and added single counters in each of the final three periods as Libby suffered its third conference loss. The -win was "WhitefislVs f o u r t h 'straight in league play. Libby's mean Loggers were held scoreless until early in the final stanza when they countered on a wide-open pass play that chewed up 55 yards. SHARP DEFENSE The- Bulldogs, shooting for their second straight conference crown, showed off a rock-ribbed defense that tamed Libby's two speedy backs, Willie Schikora and Don Gilchrist, and twice intercepted passes and turned them into scores. Halfback Wayne Hedman gave Whitefish its first touchdown early in the first quarter on an 8-yard jaunt off left tackle. Defensive halfback Gordon Conn set up the score when he picked off a deflect- Libby aerial. A kick for the point was good. v Schneider, subbing for ailing Kenny Phillips, added the sec-! ond TD · on a dazzling 60-y.ard- sprint'down the right sideline midway midway in the opening quarter. Whitefish Whitefish made good the boot for the extra point. Fullback Gary Smith, fresh off the injured list, pushed the score to 20rO with a line smash from 10-yards out. The kick for point was blocked. Whitefish's fourth touchdown came on the heels of a 45-yard punt return by Schneider to when they do. Whitefish also op- Libby's 10-yard stripe to open the second period. The Bulldogs' capable capable quarterback, Jim Baker, then dropped back and fired a spiral to Smith on the Libby 3 and the fullback fullback ran over. A good kick for the extra point made it 27-0 for Whitefish Whitefish at halftime. MISS SHAURETTE QUEEN Halftime ceremonies, celebrating celebrating Libby's homecoming, included the appearance of the homecoming royalty and lighting of the "L." Sharrie Shaurette w a s picked queen for the annual event. Her princesses -were Jeanette Harma, Joan Neils, Ruby Gretchen Grabow. Durbin and extra point on a line plunge. Logger TD came on the first of the fourth quarter. Libby started another drive midway midway in the final stanza and with the aid of a 14-yard Erickson to Haines pass, moved to a first on the Whitefish 14. STOLL INTERCEPTS But on second down, Dick Bulldog second-string signal caller, picked off an Erickson pass on own 8 to stage Whitefish's final tally. Smith moved the ball to 13-yard stripe and a Libby offside offside penalty gave the Bulldogs second down ou their own 18. · Whitefish then pulled guard Dale Evenson back into the fullback fullback spot and sent the track on a spectacular 82-yard TD gallop around right end. The senior Bulldog lineman followed his interference interference at three-quarter speed for 20 yards . and then ran from Libby defenders for the score. The kick for the extra was blocked. The Bulldogs use the explosive , play with reserve, but it pays vf ' lce ened up its passing attack that has been displayed with caution in previous games. Next Friday, Whitefish takes arch-rival Columbia Falls at Whitefish. Libby travels to Eureka Saturday. Whitefish ..,. 20 7 7 Libby ,,..-..._!..._ 0 0 0 6--40 7-- 7 RMC Loses, 34-19 SALT LAKE CITY (UP) The Westminster Parsons h a n Rocky Mountain College of Billings a 34-19 football setback Friday a field slippery from rain. HI-YO SILVER--Left end, Lauren Buckland, gallops to a touchdown touchdown for the Whttefish Bulldogs in last night's 49-7 win over Libby Loggers at Libby.' The action took place in the third quarter on a pass from quarterback, Jim Baker. Willie Schikora, maa fop the Loggers tries to catch the flying Buckland,

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  1. The Daily Inter Lake,
  2. 14 Oct 1956, Sun,
  3. Page 9

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