The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 14, 1957 · Page 4
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 4

Kalispell, Montana
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Thursday, November 14, 1957
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-4 THE INTER LAKE, Thursday. November 14, 1957 Bozeman Has Only One Way to Go- BY DICK MULLINS United Pi«M Spurl* Wilier BOZEMAN (UP) -- Bozeman High School Coach C. L. (Buzz) Brisbin, appraising the basketball prospects at Bozeman High School this year, said "We've got only one way to go -- up " Bozeman against Billings Central)field goal attempts and yet lost of the class A conference. The I3;|U games to taller opponents. Hawks will journey to Helena Brisbin ' in his third ' car al tbe journey Dec. 13 for their opening game. Returning lettermen are guards Jerry Lambert 5-9; and Jim Davis, 5-11; forwards Dick Aho, 5-9; Bob Despite a definite lack of height, i Ford ' 5 ' 10 - and Lindsay Hess ' the 33-year-old mentor said. "H Brisbin Said he hopes the new think we'll be an improved club." 12-foot free throw lane will help Last vear Bozeman finished in the -his height-lacking team. He point- b:isement of the class AA conference. Brisbin said lie feels Butte will 1 be the team to beat this year in the class AA conference. I "Billings, with its height, will' be up there and you can never count out Great Falls," he said. lie sau- the whole league stronger than the past season. ed out that last season the Hawks hit as high as 52 per cent of their head of the Hawks, will be expecting considerable help this year from boys up from the "B" squad. These include forwards Craig Bryant, 5-10; and Dick Ford, 511; guards Bob Gum, 5-11; Gary Hughes, 5-11; and Tom Overturf, 5-11; and centers Steve Stephens, Yapv Rocqua Miller, 6-0; and Harold Knockle, 6-1. FCHS Wrestlers Begin Season A total of 10 lettermen have turned out, with the possibility of Chuck Dennis, Bill Lee and Dick Hines; juniors Dan Nash and Fred Lakers Capture First Victory In NBA Action By United Press The Minneapolis Lakers, once the scourge of the National Bns- ietball Asociation, were mighty happy fellows- today because they won just one game. | After losing their first seven games cf the season, the Lakers finally came to life last night with a 124-100 victory over the Ne\V York Knickerbockers at St. Paul, Minn., in the only league game of the night. This "sensational" development two more returning, as the Flathead'Kimes, auti sophomores Jerry Han- County High School wrestling team "1 think that any club will be began working out this week under able to beat any other team on a the direction of Coach Bob Olson given night." The former Montana State College football player is presently and assistant coach Neil Hart. Approximately 45 wrestlers greeted Olson and Hart as they prepared , , . , . , , t KM Vial/11 a"U i, a HICJ jyit|-cm-u drilling a squad which includes| U)e Rraves for U)ejr fjrst match sevea game lettermen for of the season the Nov. first I 30 in GRAHAM'S For Frigidaire · Ranges · Refrigerators · Freezers · Dishwashers Terms Phone SK 6-3312 .which is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 7, at Columbia Falls. Majority of the wrestlers are son, Jim Miller, Wayne Heggen, Bob Olson and Terry Mero. Look Ma, One Finger! gave a hint of better things to by holding the unbeaten Two lettermen, Joe Wilson and l B o s t o » Celtics to a three-point win.; Jerry Kirs diner, have not been] After trailing the Knicks by heard from since the start of wrestling season. Only three dual meets have been scheduled so far. The Braves open I their season with the Columbia Falls meet, are hosts to Missoula sophomores from the fine group of' freshmen who took up the sport last year. There are 16 sophomores vle- ing for spots on the team and 12 freshmen. Lettermen back again are seniors 62-61, at halttime, the Lakers pulled away in the Second half on a fast-breal: attack featuring the rebounding of Ed Fleming. Vern Mikkelsen led the Lakers with 26 on Dec. 14 and travel to Missoula'.points, including 14-for-14 on free throws, while Ron Sobie led the on Jan. 17. Other meets will be scheduled as the season progresses. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Knicks with 21, inlcuding 17 in the first period. Syracuse meets Philadelphia in the only league game tonight. INTER LAKE SP EDITOR Agreed! No whiskey anywner is more deluxe than Walker's DeLuxe Straight bourbon, of course- 7 years smooth-elegant in taste HIKAM WAtKER ft SONS INC, WQWA, OUNPtS BOB WOODS, comedy star of the Harlem Clowns, spins a basketball oh one finger. Big Bob and his crazy cohorts appear here against the House of David Tuesday night, Nov. 26, to present their laugh-provoking show at Flathead gymnasium. Woods is 6-4 and weighs 220 pounds. Another weekend of unsatisfactory results brought the average down to .605 for the season With 221 right out of 365 college and pro football games chosen sp far this miserable season. The final tabulation after all result's were in for the weekend saw my forecast hit 32 correct out of 54 selected for a .593 mark. Two ended in ties and 20 were guessed wrong. Of those 20, 12 were tabbed upsets bylhe so-called experts. On the pro games I correctly predicted five.out of six, just missing, the Washington-Baltimore outcome when Baltimore won by four points and stopped a late drive by the Redskins In the shadow of its own goal posts. . ' The upsets (with my choice the second named team) were Rice over Arkansas, Holy Cross over Syracuse, Washington over Oregon, Pennsylvania over Yale, West Virginia over Pittsburgh, UCLA over Washington State, Bobcats over Grizzlies, Fresno State over BYU. Cornell over Brown, Detroit' over Villanova, William and Mary over North Carolina State and Richmond over George Washington. Only one of my three specials for the week came through -- Michigan State trouncing Notre Dame 34-8. My predicted upset of Oregon State by California missed when the Beavers won 21-19. Also my predicted Oklahoma ( upset by Missouri was wrong. I called Illinois' upset of Michigan, Los Angeles' win over the Forty- Niners and Tulane's decision over Alabama. This week I have three upsets on the list, two of which are in pro ball. Bombs away. . . Game of the week -- IOWA OVER OHIO STATE -- Tbe Hawkeyes have much of everything irtcluding^a strong defense against running Which Ohio State has plenty of. By"21-20. Upset of the week -- VIRGINIA TECH OVER NORTH CAROLINA STATE -- Tech has a sound squad aijd has pulled more than one surprise this season. OKLAHOMA OVER NOTRE DAME -- A lot of people feel this may be tne wee ^ °^ tne B re ^t Sooner downfall. I don't think so. Perhaps Notre Dame had its mind ou this game last week. Nevertheless, I doubt if the Irish score. GEORGIA TECH OVER ALABAMA -- Tech gets back in stride against a club that is down this year and beset by coaching troubles. ARKANSAS OVER SOUTHERN METHODIST -- There's room for The annual Kalispell Bowling another upset here. I doubt, though, if Arkansas has been hurt too Association Fall Handicap tourna- much bv the Ios s t( R ' ce last Saturday. With crossed fingers. ARMY OVER TULANE -- The Cadets should have been shocked Bow'ers Roll IT Tourney Scon ment is slated for Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 this year at the Kalispell Bowl. Entries are now being accepted and will close at midnight, Nov. 23. Entries may be mailed to V. T. Gallagher, 495 3rd Ave. E.N. or to Bill Arnold, 339 1st Ave. W.N. A prize of $200 will be given to the winner of the singles events. The figure is estimated on 200 singles entries. right out of their defensive lapses last week against Utah. Tulane feels the wrath of Red Blaik's practice this week. AUBURN OVER GEORGIA -- Auburn hasn't got the best offense in the world, but find me a better defense and I'll still take Auburn. CALIFORNIA OVER 'WASHINGTON -- The Huskies have come to life in the past three games, but Cal isn't dead either. DUKE OVER CLEMSON -- Duke must stay up again this week after tying Navy last Saturday. Clemson is as unpredictable as a month-old baby. ^ SYRACUSE OVER COLGATE --· Syracuse has pulled two surprises in the last two weeks, once by upsetting Pittsburgh, then coming back and losing to underdog Holy Cross. I FLORIDA OVER VANDERBILT -- Vanderbilt is tough, no denying Entry fee for singles, events is t h a t _ But Florlda seem? io be a i mo st unbeatable on its own field. NAVY OVER GEORGE WASHINGTON --- This is the big game on $8 while $25 Is the entry fee for team events. Bowlers may bowl only once in each event. Teams must furnish A.B.C. team number for the tourney which is sanctioned by A.B.C. Bowlers will roll six game singles' and teams will bowl three game events. Singles shifts are scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 30 at 7:30 and Sunday, Dec. 1 at 1, 3, 5 and 7 p.m. Team shifts are Slated for Saturday, Nov. 30 from 3:30 to 9:30 p.m. and on Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Shifts will be added if necessary. Handicap is 75 per cent of 200. Average will be based on highest league average of 15 games or more. A prize will be offered for every seven (7) entries. Entry blanks are available the Kalispell Bowl. Teams from Missoula; Poison, Thompson Falls, Plains, Libby, Great Falls, Cut GW-s schedule, but it's another ball game to the Middies. And an easy one at that. PENN STATE OVER HOLY CROSS--Here's one that could go either way and will probably go (for me) the wrong dhection. A shaky vote for the Bob Kellers' alma mater. WASHINGTON STATE OVER IDAHO -- Surely Bob Newman can't have two Saturdays of what he experienced last v/pekend. If he does I wouldn't be surprised to see the Vandals pull an upset. ILLINOIS OVER WISCONSIN -- The Ililni arid Badgers fight fire with fire. Both have explosive attacks and possess blazing speed. It's just a question of which team out-touchdowns the other. Let's sav 27-26. MICHIGAN OVER INDIANA -- If the Hooslers win this one, I'm through with this weekly nonsense. MISSOURI OVER KANSAS STATE -- The Tigers missed tlie boat last week against Oklahoma in a game I thought might possibly see the end of the Soorers' unbelieveable strin:'. If the morale isn't too low on the Missouri team, there shouldn't be too much trouble. MISSISSIPPI STATE OVER .LOUISIANA STATE -- I look fo- trouble here because LSU Is just the type of tp: i l "i to upset the app'e cart 'and Mississippi Strte in this case. A squeaker. MIAMI (FLA.) OVER M/-TVTLAND -- Tills or ; p could also Ko the other way, but since Miami is alwrys ou"h or, its own fisld, the Orange Bowl, then I'll go alo::g with the Hurricane. Bank and other towns are expsct* ed to participate. Golfers Will MICHIGAN STATE OYEH MINNESOTA.-- Gieat tlilnps were once exnected o? tha Gophers. They are the mys'^ry tea-n of 1957. TENNESSEE OVER MTSSTSSIPPI -- A re '1 briryer. Te-inessse has the defense and 01' Miss has the big guns. It's h r r d to figure this kind of game. ' PURDUE OVER NORTHWESTERN -- Northwe^Evn never seams to care about its season's record as long es it beats Illinois at the tail end of the campaign. This isn't Illinois, though. OREGON STATE OVER STANFORD -- Another o?fe-sive show with Joe Francis and Nub Beamer battling Jack Douglas. Could be an up- LONG BEACH, Calif. (UP)--'set here, but not likely. The ever-expanding PGA tourna-: OREGON OVER. SOUTHERN CAL -- The Baavers' loss to Wash- merit trail looked ahead to its reatest year in history today aft- r tournament bureau manager Idwin C. Carter announced in- ;reases in prize money in many xiurnameuts. dethrone the defending Ivy League champs. By a whisker. Carter said the pros would play TEXAS AM OVER RICE -- The experts say the Agg ; ss won't go or $1,406,000 during the 1958 eam : aign and among the purse increases were these: 1. The George S. May tournaments at the Tarn O'Shanter in Chicago would give prizes totaling ington last weekend d:d them more good, than harm. That sweet smell of success cen only mean the Rose Bowl at game's end. UCLA OVER COLLEGE GF PACIF'C--I give o?e warning to COP. Don't throw a°a^st UCLA. It's suicide. PRINCETON OVER YAL*5 -- The Tigers win o-e for Ch'rlte and through the season undefeated. Kerens a go-3d chance as any, but What the experts don't know cbuld fill a book. "TEXAS OVER TEXAS CHRISTIAN -- A wide open game when these two get together. Texas can play ball when it wants. I hope the Ldnghorns are in the mood this week: ^ o DARTMOUTH OVER CORNELL -- The rock ribbed defense of the 1159,000. This included $105,000 in:Big Green proves too much for Cornell which surprised by losing last he Wai-Id event, which has been!week to Brown. changed from open to invitational; 130,606 in the All-America; 518,000 n the World for women and $8,000 n the All-America for women. 2. TSa Palm Beach Round Robin DENVER OVER UTAH STATE "-- No particular reason for picking Denver except for the fict that it is playing at home. . VIRGINIA OVER SOUTfi CAROLiPfA -- South Carolina has faded badly the last NEW MEXICO couple times .put, but might snap out of it 30 OVER WYOMING -- I'ni-stringing aloi here, along with New n New York, formerly a $50,000 Mexico event wa* expanded to a $60,000 72-hole Medal play. 3. The §25,660 Miami Beach Open replaces the ,$12,000 Azelia Open. Promoter George S. May of the Tarn O'Shanter tournaments skirted the PGA's ntvf policy of collecting all entrance fees by changing Ws big open to an invitational'. The pew policy call? for because the Cowboys apparently haVe had it. The Lobos gave Wyoming a rough time last year' at Larami's and Hlls year it's down In the Southwest. ARIZONA STATE OVER BOBCATS -- The Bobcats meet bhe o£ the country's best this Saturday and are rudely jolted by the Teffipe terrors. I'll say*3S-7. GRIZZLIES OVER COLORADO STATE V. -- MSU'S morale is probably at the lowest mark It has been ^U. season after suffering a hii- ment ot 16 p'er cent of, the puts* above prize money to the PGA tournament bureau,- in his com- pjfomise.May agreed to pay 10 per cent of the first $50,000 in the world bham.pi»nship and listed the other 5S.OOO as a "bonus" to the winner second straight defeat against state rival, MSC. By 25-13. Other cpUeite ganie«-a.UtaK over 'Air FoWe Academy, Arizona over Texas Western, Boston College ove£ Mafquette, Harvard over Brown, PUT IT IN CLASSifiED AND WATCH it SELL Come to the "SOCK HOP" Every Saturday Afternoon from 1 to 2 FERGUSSON'S SHOPS TUlsa over Cincinnati, viwi over Thp Cljta.del, Colorado oVer Nebraska, Mississippi Southern over Florida State, Hardin^SlnYrnons over Texas Tech, Kentucky over Xavier, Okia'horiia state over Kansas, Wm. Mary over Rutgers and West Virginia, over wake Forest. Pro games: CHICAGO BEJARS OVER BALTIMORE -- It the Bears' offense ever starts clicking, watch oiiti The defense h»s won all three games for the defending western division Chinips. CLEVELAND OVER WASHINGTON -- Might b# an upset, but I'll Stick with a good defensive cjiib iMU? a faji; offense. GREEN BAY OVER LOS ANGELES -- One of my three upset specials this week; Toe Ranis played Inspired ball against tbe 49ers last Sunday ariel wlU need tie stine. ; NEW YORK OVEE PHHJiDELPHIA -The Giants can't afford .: slip against any team with the Browns putting ou the pleasure er^c Sunday. . DETROIT OVER SAN FRANCISCO -- Another upset. I thlt.^ t; «ers have had their glory.

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