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The rntJcpciUert R««r*i HcI«m, M«M«N> $¥*4*y, March 10, J W* hft Fivt Up ASSOCIATED PRESS Buddy Bradford dI White Sox and Jim Washington turned in in their flubs' Saturday. an outfielder, made catch in the lOtli then doubled home run in (he 11th Sox edged the Cincinnati 5-4 5-4 5-4 at SarasotH, Reds had tied the ninth with a threc- threc- climaxed by IXm Pav-letieh's Pav-letieh's two-run single. hitless ball over innings, allowing to be hit out of the walking just one hatter, clipped the 3-t 3-t 3-t at cocoa, Ken McMullen Hansen drove in the runs. pitched Camilo ejected in tfte intra gains (a his mouth in the new snitball Astros' Rusty Staub eight-day eight-day eight-day holdout by an estimated pwwo. an the exhibiliuri Urst full one of the and Manny Jimenez solo homers as Pitts Philadelphia 5-2 5-2 5-2 at Fla. Tony Taylor humored for the Clarke's two-run two-run two-run homer the Yankees build in two innings and went on to lop Baltimore FarL Lauderdale. Buford homered with empty for Baltimore. pitched three hit-less hit-less and Mike Shannon in ■ m'*mk ^ P* ■ ■ * Missoula Sentinel Wins Mat Tourney Spartans Place 4 BUTTE (AP) - Missoula Sen- Sen- line won i s eiE ll I straiEiu Montana high school wrestling championship Saturday night piling up 93 points before a crowd of 3,000 in the Butte Civic Civic Center. The Sentinel Spartan grap- grap- Tar Heels Gain Bonnies Game man in 0:52 of the first round. Crippen ended in fourth place in his division. It was the eighth straight state championship for the Spartans olers were followed bv C. Mllinel was voted the c'.iislandinc iw™. ^naiiiinn riL Cr,ar_ Russell High School of Croat wrestler after surviving an un-|1uns_ un-|1uns_ un-|1uns_ undeJ. Coach Jug Beck, , - ^iLuiv.u ' .uiu wuiiuiig ciu Wt.m uudeleatcd this season and Hellgatc was third with 47. four tournament ma I ches in the incvcl. h!sd 1( p„lnts scored Greal Falls Public scored 37 •1i;-i>>hiih! •1i;-i>>hiih! •1i;-i>>hiih! divisn.-i divisn.-i divisn.-i I 'Inn le<; Kis- Kis- ,„.,;„. i n,nm in n»u« Ipoints. Kalispell had 36 points.; man of Sentinel also had an tin-j tin-j tin-j season m me itiu-puuimi itiu-puuimi itiu-puuimi J,'^"*6«.. division. Fain, 8 5. Sentinel was awarded (he Boh ! J^tgJ'™^™^ pXw Olson Memorial Trophy as the, n? P,,« -mi. -mi. p.... HELENA WIN — Nick Clodis of Helena High is driven off the mat in the Butte Civic Center during the state championship championship first round. Dole Adams of Forsyth is commanding this situation, but he lost the match 6-2 6-2 6-2 when Cladis out-wrestled out-wrestled out-wrestled him in the final minutes. Helena had two wins in the tournament tournament — Gary Hansen defeated his heavyweight heavyweight opponent in the first round. (Photo by Rickey! CHARLOTTE. N.C. fAPl - jl'op-seeded jl'op-seeded jl'op-seeded North Carolina blew close game wide open with 27 paints in the first 10 minutes of tne second liu Saturday man to outclass Worth Carolina State 87-50 87-50 87-50 in the finals of he Al antic Coast Conference basketball tournament. 25 Out of 28 The Tar Heels' 25th victorv in 28 names nua lfied the nalirm': fourth-ranked fourth-ranked fourth-ranked team for NCAA hastcm Regional tournament play against St. Eonaventure next * ridgy mgnt at Raleigh, Larry Miller's 21 twints led North Carolina to its second straight ACC title and gave him io pDinis ior l tree lournamnn games, lie won the Most Vain- Vain- able l'layer award tor the ond straight year. Clark Pacer Rustv Clark. 6-fnnl-ll) 6-fnnl-ll) 6-fnnl-ll) 6-fnnl-ll) 6-fnnl-ll) center. illawks Top Class A in Class A, Bozeman won with 31) points, ahead ol Hardin with 2D, and Glasgow and Miles Uty lied al Bj. Anaei nua v, a riklmil riflh with 13 twinfs. Raker took the Class B-C B-C B-C title with eight points, ahead of Mal- Mal- !h Willi seven ana nig >\in(iy with four. Mike Jovm of Missoula Sen- Sen- oulstaiidiug team al Ihc meet Les Olson of Kalispell suf fered his first defeat of the sea-; sea-; sea-; son in the 180-pound 180-pound 180-pound class, losing losing to Kismiin Wl-i. Wl-i. Wl-i. An award for the fustcsl pin in the meet wetil lo 160-|wund 160-|wund 160-|wund Dnnr Crippen of Baker who got lnsiw». twipoimea jjv ,|c.- ,|c.- 're, H:l]in,jr boicr,.^n 11-2 11-2 11-2 ilpd Keilh Hill, Grfal rails ftvssell. 3 — Fred Wfldsworti,. Grefll Fails trdl, outrflinloil Boh Knyama. Hsrdin, 'iHmm .jX&r. mmma '« - aot> caputs, .wmduu s, iri. '^"JT I ou-Domi-o ou-Domi-o ou-Domi-o ou-Domi-o ou-Domi-o brad Johnso", Mlsioula He II- II- -^j^^l -^j^^l Ilk. ^B' K^H MisMiito^ Sanlkul, ■ <%jk • . m - ,var« ^ , ^^^rV^^^^P^'i *' ^ HeAvvwelghl — Mike KalUesMI. Glas.,'* Glas.,'* * ":^'»a>.' .-* .-* .-* n:v.-. n:v.-. n:v.-. outpointed Cink Lr,vi«, Wissoula \ W He.^le, il. MB 64 ^Bh..» ^Bh -Il -Il ^V^^H L^K'l" Okie, ^^Vl!i^^| ^■1 2 ! Slsntord Calilornla SI

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  1. The Independent Record,
  2. 10 Mar 1968, Sun,
  3. Page 5

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