Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho on February 3, 1965 · Page 6
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Idaho State Journal from Pocatello, Idaho · Page 6

Pocatello, Idaho
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Wednesday, February 3, 1965
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6-IDAHO STATE JOURNAL Wednesday, February. 3, 1965 Idaho Names Musseau Head Coach Father of 12 Came to Idaho With Andros · MOSCOW, Idaho (AP)--Steve Musseau, who reportedly turned 'down a chance to follow his boss 'to, Oregon State, settled down today to his new job as head Idaho football coach, '. Musseau was chief assistant to Dee Andros, who left Idaho ' to become head coach at Ore- 'gon'State. His appointment to succeed Andros was announced .Tuesday, .Musseau, 41 and the father of ..12 children, came to Idaho with ·^Andros in 1951. He was the only ''one of Andros' staff not to follow him to OSU. '." ; and training were ',, Musseaii's chief responsibilities -under Andros. He also was pri- ".marily responsible for the Ida- ·ho defense .that held Oregon ' State -- the Pacific Rose Bowl representative --to a 14-10 decision last season. , Musseau 'established. Idaho's -first off-season weight training ;.'prpgram.for. football players. It ·was a big factor in the Vandals' winning season'in 1954, their first in 25 years. ' · · Among his .first duties- today was finding a staff to replace the one that left with Andros. It was reported he already had contacted a number of possible candidates; Musseau is a:graduate of Louisiana State University, -where . he studied pre-medicine. But he decided to coach after gradua- · hon i · He spent four years as head coach at Orange Coast Junior "College, Cosla .Mesa, Calif,, compiling,a 26-18-1 record. Musseau's 14-year-old v son, Morris a 235-pound cophomore, " Is on the Moscow High School ".football team- TECH'S TITAN POCATEUO GETS A-7 Croghnn Hits 48 in Muny ;^__ .Paul Crogtian, a former Idaho ^T,,State football 1 ace,.. scored 4i °£. PO'its Tuesday night to lead -- Don's Arctic Circle to a 122-72 '" rout over'Hobson's Jewelers in the Class A division of the Muh ,, Jclpal Basketball League. ^ Croghan got a lot of help fron ,, Mike Wilier with 30 counters am ;,;j-Bob Walker with 26. Bud Hare -"tanked 25 for the losers. ~ Buddy's forfeited to the Whit ·- man Hotel Barber Shop in other ", A action. . { " . ~ In class B play, Stratford · Furniture edged Satan's Cellar, ^ 64-61 with Jim Fogg,hitting ,1 and Jim Wagstaff. 13. Jim.Con- i. .die scored 27 for the losers, who TM,led at the end of three quarters --45-44 .. · ; TM " 'Yellowstone Super S e r v i c e ~ .clobbered Idaho Power-65-30 in - other B action. Barry Tripp tal r, lied 22 for the winners. ~ .Electrical Contractors downed -- Dan's Sporting Goods ' 63-58. » Bill Powell scored 25 for Electr. rical Contractors an Berry Blake 22 for .Dan's, Dan's held a 35-22 margin at the intermission. Irving 8th Stays Unbeaten in Loop 'Irving. Junior High Schools . Eighth Grade basketball .team remained undefeated with a 2fc 25 overtime victory over Franklin. ;Gene Baird paced the Irving quintet in scoring with 8 but baskets by Mike Mooney and Jerry Flandro in the overtime gave Irving the victory. B o b Henderson tanked 16 counters for the losing Franklin five. The standings: W Irving 4 Alameda 3 Franklin 1 Hawthorne , o Pro Basketball BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's Results Philadelphia .119, St. Louis 105 · :New York 113, San Francisco Detroit 121, Los Angeles 118 MX CtMNWC i OiXOVlKY.. , Cill Troy, Parisian ft ' 2JZ-MM Cold well Holds 1st; Blackfoot Gets 17th By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.tloned by the 14 voters with Four teams, one undefeated Cambridge, Twin Falls and Bish- and three i with one loss, divided p Kelly gaining some backing IIAA Sets Dates, Sites for Playoffs BOISE (AP) -- Dales and laces for .district and regional ligh school basketball playoffs lave been announced by the Jda- 10 Interscliolastic Activities As- ociatioti. The 32 winners in the playoffs vlll compete in four state meets March 11-13 for Idaho's 1965 championships. The state tournaments will be n Pocatello for Class A-l schools Twin Falls for A-2, Caldwell for A-3 and Lewiston' for A-4. Four regiotial tournaments will e played by the big A-l schools those with 800 or more students The north Idaho meet is scheduled March 2-6 at Coeur d'Alene with only the winner qualifying for the state meet. Region Two will hold its mee in Boise Feb. 26-27 and Marc! 5-6 with the-top three team; qualifying for the state. Region three will play at Ru pert Feb. 26, at Burley Feb. 27 and at Twin Falls March 4-6 with the winner and runner-up advancing. Region four .teams compete in Pocatello March 3-S, with firs and second place teams qualify ing, Clasp A-4 schools, those with less than. 125 students, will.hold seven district meets, while the A-3 -- 125 to 299 students--and A-2 - 300 to 899 - schools wil play in six district meets. The dates, and sites: Class A-4 -- District 1, Kellogg, March 2-6; District 2, Ken drick, March 1-5; District 3, Nez Perce, Feb. 25-27, March 5-G; District 4, McCall, MarcH' 4-6; District '5,- Hagerman and Richfield, Feb. 25-27, Gooding, March 46; District 6, Murtaugh, Feb 2G : 27; March 4^6; District 7, Ter- relon, Feb. 2(^27, March 4-5. Class A-3 -- District 1, Rathdrum, Feb. 24-27; District 2, Ka miah, Feb. 25-27, March 5-6, Dis :rict 3, Vallivue, Feb. 24-27, and Caldwell March 4-6; District 4 Burley,. Feb. 25-26," Shoshone, Feb..25-27, and March 3-6; Dis- :rict 5, Soda Springs, Feb. 25-27 March 3-5; District 6, Madlsoni Feb. 25-27, March 3-5. Class A-2 -- District I, Posl Fal!«, Feb. 24-27; District 2, Orofino, March 3-6; Districts, Emmett, March 4-6; District 4, Je ome, Feb. 26-27, March 4-6; District 5, American Falls, Feb 25-27, March 3-5; District 6, Ida ho Falls, Feb, 24, Keb, 26-27 Vlarch 3, March 5, Married men between 3040 YEARS learn the facfsdfaouf FARMERS NEW ··"3Q/6O ' UTO INSURANCE PACKAGE Stotistics prove you ara su preferred risks ond entitled to big rate savings plui new and broader coyeroget. . B*for« you r«n«w/ lolk h GEORGE WOOD 2J3-34J1 AAARK HANCOCK 231^413 he 14 first-place votes in the Associated Press Idaho high school basketball poll this week, jut Caldwell's Cougars garnered enough side votes to keep first place ahead of the Borah Lions. The Cougars' point differential was reduced from 13 19 seven, 132-125, with Caldwell securing seven first place votes to three for the Lions. Lewiston, winners over Coeur d'Alene and Kellogg, took third place with a pair of lop votes and Middleton (15-0; nailed down fourth with two 10 pointers. Boise High came from sixth lb fifth and trailed the Vikings :y one point. Coeur d'Alene dropped from third lo seventh on a defeat by Lewiston, while Gooding 7oomed into eighth place after failing to receive.a single vote last week Cascade, nipped by Salmon 71-69,, dropped from, eighth to ninth and Moscow came from an unrated position last week to tenths ' ; . Three' teams, Glenns Ferry, Mullan and Kellogg, tied for 15 place to lead the second ten The rpst of the group included Idaho · Falls, - Sandpoint, Blackfoot, Nam'pa; Highland, Bruneau and Murtaugh; . Middleton, with its unbiem ished record/ again received votes on 11 of,the 14 ballots. Borah, Caldwell and Lewiston gained votes on each of the 14 ballots. A' total of 24 teams were men pints.) mong the also-rans. The top rated teams by sports- vrilers ,and sportscasters for games through Jan. 30. Firs! late votes and team records ri parenthesis. (Voting based on 0-9-8-7-6-5^3-2-1 TOP TEN Caldwell (14-1) (7) Borah (13-1) (3) . Lewiston (12-1) (2) . Middleton (15-0) 2) . Boise (10-3) . Emmett (9-4) . Coeur d'Alene (9-6) 8. Gooding (12-4) 9. Cascade (11-1) 10. Moscow (6-6) SECOND TEN 11. Glenns Ferry (11-2) 12. Kellogg (8-5) 13. Mullan (14-1) 14. Idaho Falls (10-3) 15. Sandpoint (6-6) 16. Pocatello (7-8) 17. Blackfoot (11-3) 18. Nampa (7-8) 19. Highland (5-10) 20. Bruneau (10-2) Murtaugh (12-2) 132 125 105 75 74 4D 35 27 22 21 1- I 14 12 1 Idaho High School Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Middleton 48, Bishop Kelly 42 Ontario JV 48, Harper, Ore. 4 Greenleaf 68, Council 52 Parma 45, Homedale 36 Hagerman 63, Richfield 50 Burley 68, Minico 57 Gooding 72, Buhl 57 Bliss 46, Dietrich 45 Oakley 48, Hansen 38 Elk River 58, Deary 47 CAIHtlU WHISKY · * KtH W 8 FMOT · O SOttHtH 1MPWS CO, to weigh the wos-ili of an Imported Vhisky! ., )H ^ : i - j -* * , , , · * j-' ^ However you set your standards...MacNaughton meets them all! Tad A? The lightness IdalC* . . . . you like ...... 86.8 Proof 6 years old Quatitj ?. . . Nothing finer MACNAUGHTON CANADIAN WHISKY save a BUNDLE on famous brand SPORT SHIRTS MEN'S Long Sleeves 9S * Q 95 to · O Short Sleeves $o 95 ?c 95 were O to O Knit Shirts . S f 95 We've felt the squeeze long enough, and so we/re growing larger, ... and so is ihe mess! 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