Daily Interlake 3 March 1960

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Daily Interlake 3 March 1960 - Skater Win (UPI)-U.S. today on Ozone Park,...
Skater Win (UPI)-U.S. today on Ozone Park, ladies World Figure two places pair competition. was expected no difficulties her fifth consecutive The tonight of the free at which BUTTE (UP!)--Butte's bulldogs bulldogs and the Helena Crimson Bengals won their way into matches Thursday night with the two top ranked clubs in the Montana Class AA basketball tournament, Billings and Anaconda. Anaconda. Butte meets top ranked Billings Billings at 7 : 30 p.m. and Helena plays Anaconda at 9 p.m. In the consolation round Butte Central plays Gre-4 Falls at 2 p.m. and Kalispell tangles with Bozeman Bozeman at 3:30 p.m. The opening day saw Helena overcome Bozeman, 63-61 in a second overtime for the tourney tnriller, Missoula smacked Kalispell, Kalispell, 72-55, Butte trampled Jreat Falls, 69-50, and Park of Livingston dump Butte Central, Central, 40-35. The frenzied game of the opening opening round was Helena's "sudden "sudden death" win over Bozeman. a gold medal ! SCORES FIVE POINTS Olympics in Gary Larson, who scored only week, performed in the were skated Official Wednesday 939.9 points. points more pursuer, Sjou- 18, Amsterdam, a silver medal Ann Calif., with worth 60 pe standings, th cent. champion the pair night five points in the game, gave the Bengals the winning two points in the second overtime. Regulation play ended at 56-56 and the first overtime was knotted knotted at 61-61. The game was tied 10 times. Helena trailed 11-2 after the first period but took a halftime halftime lead of 29-25. The three- quarter mark saw the even again at 43-43. helped by Dave McGahen with 19. The Spartans outshot the Braves both from the field and the free throw line to notch thsir win after Kalispell proved a tough problem for more than half the game. Missoula hit for 85 per cent from the charity lane and 40 per cent from the field compared with the Braves' 75 and 27 per cent. HAD EARLY LEAD Kalispell took an early 16-12 lead at the first quarter and held it 32-25 at the half. The Spartans, paced by 6-1 guard Tim Aldrieh, overcame Flathead Flathead in the third quarter ana went out in front 52-48. Aldrich hit a sparkling 3t points followed by Ernie Allen with 14 and Bruce Madsen with 12- Dave Seyfert led the Braves with 15 closely followed by Ken 'hristison with 14 and Al Himsl with 12. Fourth - seeded Livingston outlasted Butte Central in a ,ight defensive game, toppling ;iie Maroons into the consolation ·ound, 40-35, with a last-minute last-minute spurt. The score was tied 10 times n the last seven minutes as the clubs battled down to the wire Dhen Rodney Churchwess hit i clubs field goal in the last minute anc one-half to send Park out ir Cliff Hysell of Helena paced the Bengals with 20 points followed followed by Larry. Ashcraft with 19 and Dick Johnson with 12 John Wantulok, who played whale of a game for the Hawks tied Hysell with 20. He was front, 37-35. Three free throws then left Central's hopes shattered. shattered. Francis Ricci, Park workhorse, workhorse, collected 20 points, halt his team's total for game scoring scoring honors. GAME TIED UP

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  2. 03 Mar 1960, Thu,
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