Montana Butte Standard • 14-June-1936 • Page 25

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Montana Butte Standard •  14-June-1936 •  Page 25 - An Immortal Bobcat W. Miller Wrestling By JOE...
An Immortal Bobcat W. Miller Wrestling By JOE L. MARKHAM====== University -has never knocked the football world for a have won 44H per cent of games played over Its grid is a pretty good record, comparable with that of sam? size, or larger. that the average Is going to "take a ride upward becomes history. The 1938 Montana team Is being ever to represent the schoo). the heaviest tor Montana •aslly. Emery wanted that title. Then along came the intercollegiate hamplonshlp, which was coveted by lorette. No trouble was experienced y Emery In disposing of his oppo- .ent In .lie finals. Yes, his name •as Corette. nine games, formidable opponents. A WEEK. many years grid team one week, but cake lor most seven-day period. vntslty played Princeton In the taking place Those three games, Wolverines, though team finished .SOB average, by and tlelng one. Opponent on foiled to bothering to reasons, if any, for on a certain COACH. Grizzly coach, number "19" If to be numbered Eighteen olher the head-man before Fessenden. his belongings parts, which I'm betting that this, that, any or all predecessors, mania for bigger Jerry Nlssen, "Click" Clark, Major "Bunny" Oakes have been domos at the U. hlng In Pete'a ear. Pete said "noth- ig doing." Bart then told the flinger that he ad bet $100 with a fan that Pete ould pitch and win the second ame from the Seals. He offered to Ive Pele half the bet. "You're on," said Pete, "but I'll do for you and the fifty bucks, but lot for Wilmot." Monahan told Wilmot about the eal as Pete went out to the box. It's cheap at the price,'' said Wll- lot, "and I'll see that both of yon et $50." So Wllnol, Pete, Burl and he Butte team all won on the deal. WAN OUTRAN COSTLY TEABf. The distance between Belt and Great Falls is 22 inilcs,or was in the lorse-ahd-buegy days. The distance Going Places TRIBUTE TO Cl' GATTON. Every time I go to Bozerrmn, I lake It n point to drive out by the .tale College, and look In the dlrcc- lod of Gatton field and say "Hello Id," which Is my way of paying rlbute to Cy Gatton, for whom the thlcllc field was named. Oatton, as lost followers of Montana college thletlcs of 20 years ago know, was Bobcat backfleld ace.'He lost his Ife in the World war. When I was coaching basketball t the college in '13-H, Gatton spent s much time as I did at the gyni- msium. He attended all the prac- Ice sessions, though he wasn't on lie «i»nd. He wns nt my office as nuch as I was. Ed Noble, who was aptatn of the football team, had hargc of the.gym building. There vas many an hour when the old rooden structure was populated nly by the three of us. Was a Bobcat Ace. Gallon was a Bozeman boy. At -allaltn high he was outstanding rack and football star. The same vas true while he attended Mon- ana Elate. Cy, I am sure, In 1914, had umbl- lons to become an athletic coach. That was one reason whv he put In o much time at tho gym. Another eason was, he knew I liked to have ilm around the place. Gatton wasn't a giant In stature, mt he had more than his shnrc of ightlng spirit, He certainly could ilay football. He was u great kid, popular with everyone. Tho athletic field at Bozeman proves that he was popular, for It 'arrlcs his name. f. lot baseball .600 His honors Anaconda !or Silver an week the For ;ers ame their up learn -f :ho ; >lace lo single however, and average .he (o be wns averages settles home

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