Provo Utah Nov 18 1937
SECTION THREE PROVQ : (rUTAH) EVENING HERALD. Who's Who On Montana State Football Team Montana State's Who's Who shows the Bobcats have an interesting interesting as well as experienced club. Don Cosner, of Bozeman, is a triple-threat man. Weighing 199 pounds, he is six feet two inches tall, and is playing his second year of varsity ball. At Malta high school he won four .letters in football! three in basketball, and two in track. This season he has tossed more accurate passes than any Bobcat back within the last four years. A fullback last year, he is proving a fine signal caller in his first year at quarter. Albert "Tufty" Fcldman, 155, is the most elusive man on the squad. He was quarterback for Terry hig'h school, where he won four football, four basketball and two track letters. "Tuffy" is a good student, having won the right to participate in the Miles City district scholarship contest while in hig'h school. Oirl Fjcld, sophomore candidate for center, weighs but 150 pounds and is 5 feet, 8 inc«es tall. Fjeld Y«i Won't Knw How lovely Yow Hair Can Be Until You Try a It's « thrilling experience to discover the NEW-bemuty i Rilling Permanent Wivt «ives your hair. We recommend Rilling •3 first in comfort — but the last word in longer lasting permanent waves. The advanced Killing process positively eliminates "hair pulls".' Burns are impossible! impossible! We guarantee the safety of a Rilling Wave. Then is no cooler wan! Make an appointment for a Rilling — "The Greatest Name la Permanent Wtf- atg!" Prove to yourself that Rilling Waves last longer and are more beautiful. Coe Beauty Salon 33 East Center St. - Phone 204 TRADE in YOUR OLD PIANO For a New Small One Liberal Allowance Easy Terms TAYLOR BROS. COMPANY was a member of the Scbbey team that won the football district championship in 1934. Max Klmberley of Stevensville, weighs 202 pounds and is 6 feet, 4 inches tall. He started college football under Jack Croft and has been first choice tackle ail this and last season which he completed with honorable mention in the Rocky Mountain conference. In high school Kimberley Kimberley was a member of the Stevensville team which won the western district football championship championship in 1933. Joe Krall learned his football the hard way, hiking 10 miles night and morning to play on the Lewistown high school team. He is playing his second year of varsity ball and is giving Russell Wills of Livingston a close race for regular tackle. Dave Mikkelson, last season a center, has been playing tackle for the Bobcats most of this year. He weighs 200 pounds and is playing his last year of college college football. Mikkelson comes from Boulder where he won five letters on the Jefferson county high school team, three in football football and two dn basketball. His brainy playing traces back to his ranking fourth in the Jefferson county hig'h school graduation class. Russell Wills, guard or tackle for nearly three years, is still a first choice at either position. He prefers tackle but Coach Jack Croft uses him at guard because he has the speed and ability to run interference. Wills weighs 195 pounds and is 6 feet, 1 inch tall. He also is a basketball player and a track man. He won the shot-put at the state track meet in 1934. His father was one of Wisconsin's football players players in 1910. John Vollroer of Bozeman, is one of the few sophomores to make the first- string guard berth. Although his home is dn Bozeman, he won two football letters playing with Butte high school and was an all-state selection selection from that squad in 1935. Vollmer is fast, smart; weighs 170 pounds and is 5 feet, 8 inches tall. . Frank Krevic, sophomore back, hurls 190 pounds against opposing opposing lines. Krevic got his ruggedness ruggedness working in the mines at Klein where he was an outstanding outstanding football player. He won three nigh school letters in football, four in basketball and one in track. He was the all-district selection three years in basketball. basketball. Jule Gustafson, sophomore, enrolled enrolled at Minnesota and was on its frosh squad two years ago. His high school experience was | at Baker where he won two letters in football 'and four in basketball. He plays fullback for the Bobcats. He is a shifty runner, runner, weighs 188 pounds and is ' 6 feet, 1 inch tali. Cliff Norris of Choteau, is the scrappiest and most aggressive Bobcat lineman. He is playing his third year of college football. football. He was injured in the Bobcat-Grizzly Bobcat-Grizzly game of 1936 but has missed few games since he started started football in 1935. Dick Little, of Anaconda, 185- pound halfback and outstanding ground gainer against Utah State this year, never played football until he entered college. His high school athletic activities were limited chiefly to basketball. Xiok Yovetich is pushing Don Cosner for the quarterback post. I He is an outstanding example of Cafaxy Of Bobcat Gridders VOLLMER a brainy player. He weighs 168 pounds and is five feet, 11 inches tall. Frank Strong 1 , 165-pound halfback, halfback, is a good openfield runner. As a Gonzaga athlete, he won 11 letters, three in football, three j in basketball, four in track and one in baseball. uffh Paris, Miles City, weighs 210 pounds, heaviest man on the squad. He played on the 1931 Miles City football team, runner- up for the state championship. His father was holder of the 100-yard dash record and second in the hammer throw in 1892 in Scotland. Paris is playing his second year of varsity ball. Don Allen weighs 180 pounds and is .playing "his second year at tackle. He comes from Fergus county high, winning two letters there. Floyd Kotli, 175, is playing his first year of varsity football, but apparently has earned a berth at ieft end. He comes from Manhattan, where he was a basketball basketball player of distinction. Bob Willctt, guard, came to Montana State the owner of three football letters earned on the Great Palls high school team. In prep school he received honorable honorable mention on the ali-state team and since becoming a guard for the Bobcats received an all- American rating card from the all-America Board of Football. Why pay $1.50 to $2.50 to send clothes out—when you can do a complete family laundering lor 25e. IT'S BEEN PROVED . . . that the EASY Washer does a family washing for 25c. We've made test after test and we've done 40 Ibs. of P. \. P.