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Wednesday, November 27, 1946
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The Indepmd«it.»»ccrd, Bdat, Mont., Wedimdsy, Kemnber «T, IMS Three Top-Flight Coaches to Sing Swan Song M'Keever,Kerr And Bible to Say Farewell Thanksgiving Garnet Topped by Penn And Cornell Game New York, Nov. 27.--(#)--It ·will be Thanksgiving day as well 38 a day of farewells tomorrow In college football circles with Dana X. Bible of Texas and Andy Kerr of Colgate saying goodbye to the coaching profession after long and honorable careers and Ed Mc- Kcevcr leaving the Cornell position he has held for two seasons. McKeever's Big Red eleven will be the guests of Pennsylvania In a game that may decide the championship of the Informal Ivy league. Kerr, who announced Ills retirement earlier this month, will direct his Colgate Red Raldeis. against Brown In the morning contest. The 68-year-old Scotsman Is expected to end his active career with a triumph. Down in Texas the Longhorns and the Texas AM Cadets will be playing a game that two months ago appeared to bo the most decisive of the Southwest conference program The two upsets Buttered by Texas along the way- have made it i m p o i t a n t only be- because it marks Bible s turn f i o m coaching to director of athletics Kansas, boastlnc one of the nation's better backs in Ray Evans and a triumph over Oklahoma, tangles with Missouri in tho mid- west's version of tho cast's Harvard-Yale series For the first time In recent years the JayhawkB are the presanio favorite. Arkansas, designated this week as the Southwest contcicnce's rep- lescntative in the Cotton bowl, battles bid-conscious Tulsa m a H.imo that lin 1 ! aiouscd BO much inlcip.t the final tickets were sold weelts ns°. U'a likely to be,");i battle ot stai l:icks w i t h Cljdc --' Lcfoioo of Tulsa ahailni; the liiur- Bobcat Bob Montgor Bowling Teollkt's CUT AA Uasoe, 1 e'Clotk Jacoby'i vs. The Corner. Illnt vs. Great rails Beer. T. B. Miller vs. Rlalto. Cllr A Uasae, » o'clock Anderson Olothlnv vs. American Blio«. Stebblna-Smlth Motors vs. Treasure State Transfer No. 1. . . . , , . Red Rooster vs. Community Cab. Besults Last Nlsbt Moose lvalue Hllh Individual name. Bay Anderson, 223 Hlch Individual scries, John-IIerold, 589 Hietl team lame, I/eilon No 2, M8. Hlsh team aeries, Lesion No. 2. 2,419. Y. B I ckanee Learae tadles' lilih Individual iame. Helen Mason, -OJ. Ladles' hlih Individual series, Helen Mason 614. Men's hlih Individual game, Joe Mun- ler, 219. Men's high Individual series, Dave Wilson. 580. High team game, power Townscnd, 1,001. Hlen team series. Central Pharmacy, 2.139. Ladles leatues will not bowl Thursday ThVnk«lvln* day. Alleys will be open lor practice bo»JJn«. Last Chance t*an« Power-Townsend *C?KcGulnn.M. 1M. HO. JW-«0. M Wall, 142, 11J. 132-- 3S6. J. ***"·· "'· lie 193 -- 475. A. McOulnness, 1S3. 131, IB Hie rTw.ll. MS. 172. 212-529 Hand Ican. 150. 150, 150-- «50. Totals. 854, 851, 1.001 -- 2 106. Central Pharmacy H Garden. 157, 201, 170-528 P Defount - 1 5 0 106 168--491 G Bobluion. To5 156, 152-473 H. Boblnson. 188, 170, lOoUaa J DcYoun.. 139. 103. lU-it* Handicap, 80, 80, 80--240. Totals, 945, OSb, 834--2,735 C D blnM f»,°. 181, 158. 180-520 H Mason, 152 ICO 202--514 Bond. 173. 153 130--4=6 ienhar.; 111. H8. 121-380 Wlson. 201, 198 181--580 HJindlc.lI M, 84. 81--252 Totals. 002. 002, 698--2,702. B Mn?rl« 163. 159 184--516 Bardon, 142, 149 m-1403 il'n«r. 103. 134 31J-51C E Toucas. 112. 163. 103-377. L. Walker ISO 188 159--517 Handicap. 79, 79, 79-237' Totals. 828, 872. 855--2,554. ' j '"iSuSs-n. 'ill." 199. 132-479. O. Hns- brouch. 146, 03 181-400 F. Yuhas, 108 148 103--419 Har.rovc, 151. 131, 150--438 lialk-nhol. 148. 176. 200-523 Handicap 120 128. 128-378. Totals, 897, 878, 8782053 Toner Foods «.-,,!- 144 Bruising Battle Proves All It Was Advertised Roof Caves In on Brown Lightning At 2:18 of Eighth By 811 Feder Philadelphia, NOT. 27. -- (ff) -Tho 27-year-old Bobcat Bob Montgomery always wins the last bat- tie -- or the one that counts when the chips are down. He did It again last night by stiffening Whirlwind Wesley Mouzon, a 19-year-old streak of dark brown lightning. In eight rounds to hang onto his half of the world lightweight championship, lust when everyone figured he was all washed up. Afterwards Montgomery was grinning In his dressing room and chiding some of those who had thought Whirlwind Wesley would knock him out In two rounds-as he did last August. Indeed he did prove himself champ -- champion of the lightweight world bounded by New York arid Pennsylvania, and not to be confused with the other, or National Boxing association, half where Ike Williams, the transatlantic trave'ler from Trenton, N. J., has the official blessing. Promoters had built this one up as a grudge match, from ill- feeling accumulated since last August's short-and-swcet scramble, and it lurried out to be exactly as advertised. The two went at it as if they were going to knock each othei's head off. Wesley took the first three rounds on his speed and jabs. Bob slowed Mouzon down with body blows, softened him up with rights, and finally caved the roof in With a long left hook at 2:18 of tho eighth. Mouzon w.ib surprisingly light m Fin She r% Pen lly H Nev Qrabb final came footbt Arr An strugf the 1 footb: · · 1 Jcla /.» Jn i ?oa h* W Sar Coast auton Unlve Ange The coast Th for IS En Bake En ton, Ta Bell, Ta Los J Gu Santa Gu Hunt Co Ange Ba Ange Ba St. J Ba Of S3 Ba ford. Final Flying Fling at Brass Ring Shows Army Over Navy and Pennsylvania Over Cornell for Ivy York, Nov. the brass I (Doc) Blanchard and six other 27.--(£)-- starting members of the won- rlng for 'a final fling at predicting the out- came of the week's major college games. Army over Navy: Saturday's struggle at Philadelphia will be final appearance In Cadet Uclans land 10 /Men On All-Pacific Coast Football Club San Francisco, Nov. 27.--(IP)-- «jast conference champion and automatic Rose'bowl nominee, the · of California at Los ,,,,,, placed four players on The Associated Press* all-Pacific coast football team for 1946. The AP'B first all-coast team r1946: End -- Burr Baldwin, TJCLA, Registration Fee Requested by Cage Commission Prospective Members Of City AA Loop To Draw Schedules Roy Seiffert, member of the City AA basketball league commission, today asked prospective loop entries to submit registration fee of $30 e.i"h so that schedules can be drawn and play started by Dec. 3. Seiffert said teams that nave signified intentions of entering the AA loop, to play at the public school gym on Seventh, are Car,,._. _ -.- roll college, Fort Harrison, VFW, Colorado College and Colorado Cathedral Alumni, the Airport, dious Army eleven that started a victory string in September of 1944 and will be out to protect on the final day of tho last day of the 19 4 G campaign. Navy could win. Pennsylvania over Cornell; Notre Dame over Southern California and Georgia over Georgia Tech. Dividing the remainder of the week's program by dates: Thursday: Colgate over Brown; Kansas over Missouri; Tulsa over Arkansas; Texas over Texas AM: Utah over Utah State; Denver over Mint juleps Face Stiff Opposition When Creek-American Cage Team From Spokane Invades City Tho Mint Juleps will run into stiff opposition when the Greek- American basketball team from Spokane Invades the public school gym court on Seventh Saturday clever passer, fast, deceptive Md a playmaker. Jeff Overholaer. «-foot 1-lneh forward, was a regular for two seasons with Idaho and previously an all-city selection in Spo- Byiii u u u i i un u u i u i u u j OUB ] y a n all-city selection in DI»»- In the 1946-47 hoop season opener| kane Overholser shines around in Helena. I tne backboard and If a deadeye The Greek-Americans run to over Colorado AM. Saturday: Alabama over Mississippi State, Tennessee over Vanderbilt, Boston College over Holy Cross, North Carolina over Virginia, the Marine Coips league, Helena Hardware and Cathedral high school. 120 195- J Ea.,bc, els with Scott. Oilier the Uazorback's Ciyde Hirncii. uu, J". ' i w -- - y nt ]12 . 154--407 H.incllcnp ^t. 74. 7*-222! Totals, 843, 883, 1131-2,051. gnmcs on tomorrow's T h n n l i S B l l n g day program '"")" c l w i i o - F u i r n u n :it Davidson, Wll-|_. Ham and Mary at Richmond, Moose Lea-ua "l-re" IT." 157, US, 167-403 133 137--400 GOUih. "" Dnlln. 130, KcrolU. South Carolina at Wake Forest, V l r K l n l a M i l i t a r y at Virginia Tech, Utah Stale at Utah, Colorado college at Denver and Bradley U at St. Louis. Legionnaire «t Tackle Halelgh, N C -- (tf -- Curtis Ramsey, 215-pound tackle at N o i l h C.uolfmi Slate college from G r u m p i e r , W. Vn . is vice com inandor ot llic college;ion American WM. S. WALKER rnlnler. PurirrhiinRcr. Dci-omlor--lining FULLER r::,' PAINTS l*ark Are. TcL 7A0 Hrullar 1^1, lao, in--*«" -- ··- · - - 131. 155-431 Pullcn, 166. 1«, l»°-«8 nrruc 124. 147, 130--400 RclUy. 155, 155. 155-40f. Totals, 700, 131, 170-2,201. ^Baumui. *188. 160, 108--495. H Dolln. I4J 13». 130--«0 Warren, 128. 11B. 120-416 Smith. 1J8, 911. 131-480 Vlsll, 141, 141. 141--4«. Totals, 118. 767, 000--2,331. C Barn°;. S 144, 143. 1SB-401. M'l««». "«· 122 125--423. Grand/, 131, 103, 159--483. E Hoblnson. 167. 161. U8-406 O Robinson. 102. 124, 158-444. Totals, 780. 74D, 80B-2 337. "'"''n-UWahn, 138. I". 143-467 Munson. 148 I'D 140--423 Martin. 150. 127 110-103' Uallcy. 177. 127. IK--US. Anderson, 191. S23, 158--572 Totals, 804, 132, 105-- J301 Lttlon No. I IJ Drown, i,.. . . . . -- -- -ahn 177. 130. 15"--'M. D Boblnson, 164 164 isa-010. noo», ISl. 140, IBt-ill. Toman, 1C7, 138, 128--40S Totals. 808, 764, 761--2.419. ast night at 132%. Montgomery weighed 135 on tho button. Dob Jlonlgomeiy ran acioss tho ring to say "tough luck" to Tom Montgomery. Tom didn't know whether to laugh or cry. Although a brolhei of Bob, Tom owns a business picre o£ Mouzon nd business wasn't so good last night. The POnilS TKl.'SH In Different STttArLESS--HULDLrSS--DKLTJ.Esi It ho!t!« like the hand . . Washable Keeps Rupture lightly closed at all times «lillc worklnB IKtlnl. valklnf or swlmmlns It CANNOT SUP Reason should teach you not to phcc n bulb or bsll In orcnlni ol already weakened miiiclcs, «hlch would Itcrp mu^clr^ spread apart. (Uca women A children) No matter what Truss jon are now ·rarlru xm n«r II to yourarll to §ee the oonns TRUSS. FTM Examination A Demonatratloa P R E S C R I P T I O N P H A R M A C Y "I'rmcrlpllons for Ix;n8" S W. Sixth Arc. Phone 83H Ixigal Advertising Notice uf Trobate of Will Jn the District Court of Cho First Judicial District of tho Stntc ot Montana, i» and for tho County of Lcw!^ and Clark, ll the matter or the estate ol CHAHLES LEVI BHAUL. Deceased pursuant to an Order of said Court, made on the 18tli day ot November. 1348. notice Is hereby liven, that Monday, the 2nd day of December. 1040. at 10 00 o clock ». m . of cald day, at tho court Room ot said Court, at the Courthouse In the County of Lewis and Clark, has been appointed aa the time and place for pi ovine the Will ot said Charles tcvl Bhaul. deceased, and for hearing the application of rlrst National Dank Trust Company of Helena, for the Issuance to n of Letters Testamentary, when and where uny person Interested may appear and contest the same Dated November 18. 1046 (Court Beat) WILL WHALEM. Clerk* By RAE « SMITH. Deputy Clerk. WEIR. CL1JT BENNETT. Helena, Montana, Attorneys tor Petitioner. November lOUi to 3ith. Inc.. IMt. . Spartans and Bison Prepared for Thanksgiving. Game Missoula, Nov. 27.--(/P)--MIs- soula high school's state chain alons expect their keenest con :iict of the season Thursday afternoon, as they inept Great Falls Ulsons for the stato championship on Montana university's Dorn- jlascr field. Final scrimmage Monday found the Spartans running as it they were fighting for the title, their timing good despite a week's layoff duo to tho blizzard, Coach Walter Griffin said. Tuesday was spent in kicking, lassing and drilling on defense igainst Great Falls plays. A chalk talk Wednesday winds up the Spartan preparations. Great Falls Blsona, led hy Joach Lloyd Falgren, will rtrrlve in Mlssoula Wednesday noon by bus, 33 players having been ndmcd to make the trip here for the state championship engagement Thursday. Bisons have had workouts on tho Great Falls field this week, showing tremendous diive and zest to encourage belief in victory 4 . A MisBOUlfi high school crew of custodians and students woiked Tuesday completing clearing of tho field and stands. Snow was cleared by state highway equipment earlier in the. week and what little ice remained was raked off Tuesday so that tho field, while soft In some spots, will be in fair playing condition unless further storms come. Weather reports are favorable. Klckoff Is at 1 o'clock Thursday. At B o'clock tho annual banket will be held with Douglas Fessenden, director of athletics at Montana State university, as toastmastcr. Fights Last Ni By Tho Associated Press Philadelphia -- Bob Montgomery, 135, Philadelphia, knocked out Wesley Mouzon, 132%, Phila delphla, 8. (Title). Salem, Mass--Joey Longo, 130 Baltimore, outpointed Jimmy Me Clarnln, 131%, New Bedford, 10 New York--Lou Cassiano, 130 No York, outpointed Jose Aponti Corros, 129, Puerto Rico, 8. Shad (ire believed to have re turned to their fresh water homi by instinct, but are now though to move in a thermal belt. Tha Is, their movements are governei by tho heat of tho air and water --Sports Afield. The velocity and penetration of shot fired from 12, 1C and 20 gauge guns are the same. If the choke is the same, they will pattern Identically at the name distance.--Sports Afield. .'.'.svA*!-!*.-.-, .1.4 .s.!'!'- ··*....'. .'·. "Swr», w»'H *vwi do your duto and pack 'MI, foo" JttI»rf-aU-t-*d.sjiuftanaf moving. Hut'* the wav Consolidated Freigbtwayi' men an trained. Tttoy know how to take care of every moving problem with tuo dvtinct Mrvicee: 1. Mooing van tenict--cwefal packing and padding for Croat-town or croavcountry move* in ·peoal truck*. 2. FmghOiaer "Padt-cmie+ltip" wenux -- tafa packing and orating, for any __u ihipmtnt, Railroad and Phono) 3200 P L A C E R MOTORS O L D S M O B I L E SALES and SERVICE 431 Fuller Phone 281 R A D I O REPAIRING 24 and 48-Hour Service on Most Radios Free Pickup and Delivery! Tubes Tested Free! Phone 62 F U R N I T U R E E X C H A N G E A T T E N T I O N -B O W L E R S I The Alleys Will Be Open to . . . PRACTICE BOWLING ALL DAY THANKSQIVINQ (OPEN AT 2 P. M.) CENTRAL BOWLING W1EYS N O T I C E ! HELENA GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS WUBE C L O S E D All DAY THANKSGIVING, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28 HELENA FILLING STATION OPERATORS ASSOCIATION. ona over Kansas State, End* -- Dick Hagen, Washing- Louisiana State over Julane, Arl- n, Seattle. Tackle -- John Ferraro, USC ill, Calif. Tackle--Don Malmberg, UCLA les. -- Mike Garzoni, USC ,ULA i_i»*»rfl. Guard--Dill Hachten, Stanford untington Park. Center--Don Paul, UCLA, Los igeles. Back--Ernie Case, UCLA, Los igeles. Back -- Herman Wedemeyer St. Mary's, Honolulu. Back--Forrest Hall, University of San Francisco, Oil City, Pa. Back--Lloyd Merriman, Stan ford, Clovis, Calif. both experience and height with a number of squadmen just out of the service. Two former University of Idaho regulars spark the G-A quint Len Pyne, a 5-foot 9-inch guard, was a regular with Idaho for three years, his last two as captain. Pyne made all-northern division guard in the Pacific Coast conference for three straight years and figured largely iri Idaho's championship play last season. He is an outstanding shot, Eight teams will be selected to play in the league. Entry fees must be paid before a team la eligible to play. The Helena YMCA Is planning -- ----, organization of the A, B and C Michigan State over Washing- leagues at the "Y" gym. Registra- on State, Rice over Baylor, Ore- i. -- ,,,.-, v,. -~ accepted now from gon State over Washington. Okla players and teams that wish to loma over Oklahoma AM, Texas _ ihrlstian over Southern Method- jjigh school-age players and independent teams not in the AA ninth grades will play In the B loop with the younger boys in the C circuit. st and UCLA over Nebraska. Sunday: St. Mary's over San Francisco. loop will play in the A league. Boys in the seventh, eighth and shot with either hand. Del Holmes, the 6-foot 4-lneh center, of the Greek-Americana claims no collegiate background. He learned his way around In independent ball and is rated strong on the backboards and a fine passer. Holmes is the key man In his team's offense. Manager Bill Olson, who IB whipping his Juleps into Shape for the opener,, said tickets hare been placed on sale at the Mint, Rlalto, the Corner and HigglniT Cigar store. Sales will be limited to the capacity of the arm. One halt of all traffic deatht occur during dnalc or darknesa. HAVE US RECAP YOUR TIRES WITH WINTER TREADS Do It Today Before Winter Sets In. Have Our Tire Man Check Your Tires Today. 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