Independent Record Helena 16 November 1945

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A Virginia Virginia Point college, university, over -Army's unbeaten Navy 17th Including the in Congress Jay Santa Mansfield Starts Memorial Fund With Check Received for Story About Bobcat War Heroes Bozeman, Nov. 16. Because of a news story submitted by Rep Mike Mansfield of Montana, Montana Montana State college received a check to start a fund for a memorial memorial to all its World war II veterans, veterans, reports Dr. R R Renne, president of Montana State college. college. The story was about former football players of Montana State college who were killed during the recent war. It was featured by a national news service, ap- Bowling Tonight's Schedule Independent Lcarne. 7 e'CIoek Enilos No. 3 vs. Bud's ftnd Ben's Mobil Diner vs White Line Van* Frsni'j Shoo vs. K of O No. 1. OFA L»«rue, f o'clock. Navajo vs Blackfcct. Flftthead vs. Sioux. Crowi VI. Chcroket, Ronll. L»«i Nltht Ladles' Leace HUH Individual same. Lucille Hinson, 200. High Individual aerlu, Lillian Fischer, 523, High team tame, Rlalto. 850 Hlih team series, Rlalto, 2,487 Ladles' Learue Dick's Grocery peared in many newspaper* nnd In the Congressional Record. Because Because those killed made an entire entire team and substitutes, Congressman Congressman Mansfield sent the story to Tom H.irmon with the request that the check be sent to Montana Montana State college for Its memorial fund. The broadcast was given by Harmon over the Mutual Broadcasting Broadcasting Bj-Btem last month. A transcription Is now being rebroadcast rebroadcast over Montana stations. The Montana State college foot- liall team listed by Mr. Mansfield follow: Ends--Lt. Dnua Bradford, Bradford, Townsend, killed In plane accident. Yoakum, Texas, March 11, 1942; Lt. John C. Hall, Jr Bozeman, killed In bomber accident accident In England; Mny 29, 1944. Tackles -- Lt. Newoll Borg, Fairfipld, killed In New Guinea, July 18. 1 9 4 4 , and Capt. Ilurlte, killed In North Africa, Jan. 7, 1944. Guards -- Capt. Joseph McGeever, McGeever, Anaconda, killed In France Sept. 11, 1944, and Maj Bernard S. Cluzen, Loneplne, loit Oct. 8, 1944, when returning from bombing mission over Jaluit atoll. Center--Lt. Karl n. Fye, Bulte, killed In Germany March 15, 1945. Backs--Wendell Scabad, Glen- By ( B Tommy semipro H. Beavers Tcalcr? r i29. r 127. 97-SM. Henry, 130. 102. dive, killed April 12, 1943, in lis-348. Bovich, 131. 113, 124--368 D»jp- ., ]ane C0 ]n s i 0 n, Brown Field, 768, 720, 753--3,231. Opp and Conrad Capt. Kick Roman, Hoze- man, killed Fob 15. 1945. in France; Lt. Orin Beller, Salmon, ICuntzT 1597 138, 12»--423. Williams, 148 id a ]| O died in Fiance Nov. 15. 13, 114-3B5. Dfll.il. 133, 117. 118-388 m f n ) m W Q U n d s days earlier; Capt. Albert A Zupan, Sand Coulee, killed In plane crash Nov. 28, 1943, near Now shy career-ns 178--481 Handlcac, 103. 103, 10S--309. Totals. Totals. «05. 748. 702--3.31S. Fllrelman'a Best, 144. 182. 123--449 caubie. :24. 113. p., aclQ _ a , m v air base Texas, 12-379 cnariton 134. 138. 147-417 M.r- fa lac ios army air ° Ml - 1 " BB ; 1«2--J(H ^Iiarjmii ion. uu. i*' » » i *·"·· ,. tinson, 102. 157. 139--398. L»ird, 102. 130. To this complete team Mr. 171--472. Handicap, 134, 134, 1S4--402. Totals, 861, 858--2,517. Tower Market Sparing. 120. 199. 147--488 Robinson, 130. 113. 181--404 Routzabn. 113 111 "8 Mansfield added the following football players, also from Montana Montana State college: Lt. Alton Zampel, Forsyth, J"i ",'.·. ' I1 7^"-, B f r ', S tackle, killed In plane crash near! 133, 139, 132--«04. Handicap, 104. 104, 104 --312. Totals, 745, 774, 793--2,312. Sheridan Export Sokollch, 142, 144. 144--430 Njre. 142, Harlingen Field, Texas; Lt. Johnj Phelan, Butte, back, reported missing in action and later dfi-' no."i3i^383.~ 'KeiTy. 148. 15B. 135--431. c , are( i i 0 st and Capt. William H.'ndi'cfpT'a STJSi Coey. T)eer Lodge, end, killed In bomber over Salpan, November, 1944. 110. 137--407 Totals, 830, 735, 108--2,383. Women of the Moo»e Scow, 121, 117, 130--380 Bauman, 109.

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