17 April 1941
0 4 M 2 dowi with in Eddie accounted O A 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 rf 4 2 1 Losing pitcher--Higbe. 4 0 4 0 2 2 b 4 0 1 2 0 5 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 to Helena Men Get Letters at Montana State Bozeman, April 16.--Twentysix Montana State college athletes were announced as winners of letters in major and minor spprts here last night by Schubert llyche. professor of physical education and coach of football. Letters this year were approver for sjding, the first time this has been so recognized. Skiing- lettermen also took the state title and the Rocky Mountain conference title. State titles also are represented in minor sports letter winners as boxing and wrestling ;eams won state contests. Winners of letters in basketball are Don Jorgenson, Billings; Glen "Jiggs" Anderson, Leth- Hidge, Alta., Canada; Claire Robinson, Kewdale, Idaho; Hoberl Stachwick, Livingston; Max Starts Stevensville; Harvey (Toby) Nelson, Northfield, Minn.; Wende! Scabad, Glendive and Glenn Slaughter of Bozeman, manager. Robert Thompson of Butle was named manager of the 1941-42 Bobcat basketball team. Boxers who won letters are Dean Lillis, Billings; Cecil Higins, Lewistown; Leslie Clark Townsend, and James Krall, Lew- .stown. Wrestling letters went to John McDonald, Helena; Howard Jacobsen, Froid; Robert Olson, Grea 1 Falls, and Ed Arnold, Rexford, Swimmers who won letters are Frank Stoll, Fairview; Jack DUe man, Billings; Lewis Smith, Lima and Tom Hurdle, Bozeman. Letters for skiing -went to Henry Hibbard, Helena; Kirb; Whitham, Bozeman, and William Downs, Helena.