The Independent Record 23 December 1940

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The Independent Record 23 December 1940 - thus Purdue The tour victory fourth champions...
thus Purdue The tour victory fourth champions but over St. St. three- and State Marshall winner goes ol two. was did Us in Indiana it lost to T de govern gov Amer o le on Derby eve. The year failed to produce leavyweight coming close to being a satisfactory challenger of Joe .ouis. Arturo Godoy kept his chin close Savold In excursions out of the light-heavyweight brigade, but the heavyweight build-up of the Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Irishman burst. Conn scaled no more than 173 pounds for his .last effort--against Savold--and a by COACH BRICK BREEDEN HAS MANY FINE PLAYERS READY TO TRY FOR CHAMPIONSHIP Bozeman, Dec. 22.--(IP)--Coach John (Brick) Breeden of Montana State may count Quite a few basketball basketball bleesings this Christmas. In getting his Bobcats ready for a drive toward their fourth Rocky Mountain conference championship in five years, he has seven lettermen lettermen plus most of the players from fast season's powerful freshman team. Graduation d'dn't hurt the Montanans Montanans particularly. Breeden, a great guard here in the days of the Golden Bobcats, said "our team will be a little etrouger, providing the sophomores continue to force older squad members." Two of the lettermen--Forward Jack Brickley and Guard Joe May --were all-conference picks last season. season. However, May and Letterman Addison Farrell are still nursing football wounds and may not report for several days. The other leltermen are: Don Jorgenson, forward; John Hall, 6- foot-B-inch center; Clair Robinson 6-foot-4 guard, and Max Stark, a 6-foot junior guard. Dan Mizner a junior who failed to win a letter last seaeon, "Is developing into a very aggressive player," Breeden declared. The Bobcats have a taller squac than any other In a good many jears because, In addition to the oversized veterans, the "sophomore crop has produced such tall boys as Cory Dogterom, 6-foot-4-inch guard and football end, and Oliver Jacques, 6-foot-3 center. Dogterom, Forward Jinx Anderson Anderson and Guard Bob Stachwlck seem to be the eophomores with the best chance of landing first team jobs. However, Jacques, Free Rooley and Toby Nelson should prove valuable. Coach Breeden described Hooley as a "very good passer and an excellent excellent scorer," and said Neleon is the "best ball handler on the squad, fast and aggressive." The Bobcat mentor rated Brickley, Brickley, Hall, Jorgenson, Stachwick, Anderson and Dogterpm as his top six players at present. However, May should be hard to keep out of the lineup if he reaches last aea- eon's form. Montana State won't begin its conference campaign until Jan. 31 but will play eight league games this season in 1940. as against only four Two Fair fights Arelistedfor Christmas Week New Tork, Dec. 22--(/P)--Christmas 22--(/P)--Christmas week, naturally, doesn't bring anything big In the fight business but there are two pretty good bouts this week to break the tradltlona peace of the holiday time. Petey Scalzo of New York, feath erwelght champion, is the mos prominent fighter, listed for action He meets Richard Lemos of Lo Angeles In a 10-round, nontltle at fair at Hollywood, Calif., Friday night. Abe Simon, New York heavy weight contender, mets Al Delaney the French-Canadian fighter wh recently defeated Gus Lesnevich, in a 10-rounder here' Monday. 5am Snead Gives Cuban Six Easy Lessons on Golf Havana, Dec. 22.-- (#")--Sam Snead, the West Virginia clouter who .he n Bierman sprinting. on the the the of or the will any · in the

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