The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 15, 1957 · Page 5
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Bowl Bids Up for Grabs In Games This Weekend By FRANK LITSKY United Pnw Spoilt Wriltr If long-range odds hold up, New Year's Day wit 1 find Ohio State vs; Oregon in the Rose Bowl, Oklahoma vs. Duke in the Orange Bowl, Texas A. and M. vs. Army or Navy In the Cotton Bowl and any combination of teams from south of the Mason-Dixon Line in the Sugar and Gator bowls. ready assured of a. bowl trip, steps outside the Big Eight Saturday and is favored by 18 points over Notre Dame in a game to be televised nationally (by NBC). That three-touchdown spread surprised football observers because Oklahoma, despite 47 straight wins, has gone through anxious moments this season. On top of that, it's an open secret .thai Notre Dame has been pointing all year for the Sooners. draw on other Southeastern and Southwest Conference teams. The Gator Bowl, which may be forced to take the leftovers, announced during the week. that it is eyeing nine teams -- Texas A. and M., Texas Christian, Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt and Miami of Florida. Miami is a seven-point choice jgame tonight. Auburn and North Carolina State, two teams which normally would be considered among bowl candidates, must stay home because of NCAA penalties. Auburn rank* with Texas A. and M. and Dodgers May Run Into Snag On Referendum LOS ANELES (UP) -- Los Angeles Dodger president Walter O'Malley prepared today for an all-out fight for the club's proposed stadium site in Chavez Ra- Bobcats Close Against Powerful Arizona Club teams still unbeaten and untied. Other Saturday favorites: -- Army over Tulane, Boston College over Marque ttc, Detroit over Quantico Marines, William Mary over Hut- In Saturday games vital to the.gers. v bowl picture 1 , Iowa is a one-point favorite over Ohio State, Oregon seven ever Southern California, Duke seven over Clemson, Texas A. and M. seven over Rice and Tennessee seven over Mississippi. OHIO STATE NEEDS WIN -While the Ohio State-Iowa battfe wilt crown the Big Ten champion, Iowa is barred from the Rose Bowl because it made the trip last New Year's Day. That means East -- Princeton o v e r Yale, Dartmouth over Cornell, Pennsylvania over Columbia, Brown over Harvard, Perm State over Holy Cross, Syracuse over Colgate. WISCONSIN OVER ILLINOIS Midwest -- Michigan Stale over BOZEMAN--Montana State College will be cast in the role of the underdog tomorrow night when it tangles with Arizona Slate at Tempe In the Sun Devils' Homecoming. A capacity crowd of 17,000 is ex- 1game vine. The club's right to the land was pected to be on, hand to witness challenged yesterday when op- the first meeting of these two clubs. Game time is 8 p.m. Mexico AM, 20-0, the previous weekend. The Sun Devils haven't really been pressed all year so naturally Bobcat Coach Tony Storti is pessimistic about Saturday night's ponents of an agreement between Both, teams boast impressive records. The M-State Bobcats have an 8-1 record and wind up their Reason tomoVo^ The Arizona ^ °«-- '» halfM ^eoa Bur- eleven, Janfced. 14th nationally in the United Press poll, has rolled iup seven straight victories this the city and the Dodgers filed a referendum petition with the city clerk lo put the issue up for public vote at a municipal election. O'Malley greeted the news of the referendum with a curt statement that the club would "meet this challenge" and he was ready to fight for the proposed site. The petition was presented at the clerk's office yesterday by C. A. Owen, chairman of a group which calls itself "the committee to preserve Chavez Ravine fori public use." Owen said the pe-' tition had more than 85,000 signatures. The city clerk has 30 days to check the signatures. If the petitions contain 51,747 valid names of registered voters, the city council will be forced to place the issue 'for Albuquerque today for a game "They're a good footbal team -the best we've ever played," declares Storti. "They're near the top in rushing in the nation and they have th2 second-leading man in to- fall. Just last Saturday the Sun Devils polished off Texas Western's defending Border Conference champions, 43-6. They defeated New · Fi ° 1 , d ' The ton.' Storli does feel that the Bobcats have been coming along pretty well the last few games. He points out that MSC's best effort was against the Montana University Grizzlies Saturday at Gatton Grizzlies Bow Out, Play CSU By United Pres* Wyoming's football team heads Bobcat mentor will start before the public in an election. The council has the authority to call a special election or wait and include the issue on a general Minnesota, Michigan over Indiana,Selection ballot next spring. Wisconsin over Illinois, Purdue over Northwestern, Missouri over Kansas State, Colorado over Nebraska, Oklahoma State over Kan- Ohio State can make the run, Tulsn over Cincinnati, Hous- the roses with a victory over Iowa or Michigan, its week. Similarly, opponent next Oregon needs only one victory in its remaining games v/ith Southern Cal or Oregon State for its first Rose Bowl appearance since 1920. ton over Wichita, Iowa State over South Dakota, D a y i o n-Miami (Ohio) is "even money." South -- Auburn over Georgia, Georgia Tech over Alabama, Florida over Vanderbilt, North Carolina over Virginia Tech, Navy over Duke is in the same boat, need-[ George Washington, Kentucky over Ing only a win over Clemson or Xavier (Ohio), West Virginia over iWLQNG EAGLES LEAGUE High single game ·-- Bertelsen 214; high single series -- Winter 60S: high team game -- Huterieson Cleaners 026; high- team series -- KC Eagles 270!). Chuck's -- Swlvzer 461, Hedpath 488, next Saturday's foe, North Carolina. Texas A. and M., rated No. 1 by Hoxmer 498 Wake Forest, Virginia Military over Th'i Citadel, Richmond over Davidson, Florida State over Mississippi Southern. Louisiana State- the United Press board of coach- Mississippi State and Virginia- es, can sew up the host role in 'south Carolina are "even money." the Cotton Bowl by beating Rice. Southwest-Texas Christian over The Cotton Bowl committee is believed to be leaning toward the winner of the Nov. 30 Army-Navy classic for the visiting team. If the service academies nix a Cotton Bow) appearance, the Tennessee-Mississippi game probably will produce one team for the Cotton Bowl and one for the Sugar. Jn any event, both Tennessee and Mississippi should find enough offers to stay busy New Year's Day. -- Putnam 481, Rudell 331, Fischer 466, Lavin 430, Pugh '481, for 25i!4. tomorrow with the New Mexico Lobos that will eliminate one team from the Skyline Conference championship race. the same group against Arizona State that started against the Grizzlies. One possible exception is at right guard where Phil Whitner may be replaced by Darrell Hueth. Whitner is nursing an ankle he ;sprained in the Grizzly game. The Bobcat eleven is in topnotch shape outside of Whitner. 'Our morale is good," says Storti. "We know they're a great team but we're going down there Denver can also remain In con-! tonplay /°° tb ^ iL " . . I fn» rtf ihr hittrtj tention by whipping Utah State j. of the biggest problems fac* at Denver tomorrow. In the only other Skyline game, Colorado State University will attempt to extricate Itself from the cellar against Montana at Missoula. Utah University, the current ing the Bobcats is defensing against the Sun Devils' multiple- offense. Dan Devine, a former assistant to Biggie Munn at Michigan State, teaches the straight T, split T and mixes in some single-wing Skyline leader, plays host tomor- with . the Une unbalanced to both row to the Air Force team -- 33 strong -- which left for Salt Lake City yesterday by plane. Brigham Young, the second- place team, is idle this weekend. the right and left. The Arizona club has plenty of top hand; to run the multiple offense. Along with Burton, they have an All-American candidate in Montana is expected to take thej l e f t halfback Bob Mulgado. Texa.s, Arkansas over Southern. Methodist, Texas Western over Arizona, H a r d i n-Simmons over Texas Tech. Far West -- Oregon State over Stanford. California over Washington, Washington Stale over Idaho, UCLA over College of Pacific, Utah over Air Force Academy, Wyoming over New Mexico, Denver over Utah State, Montana over Co)orado State U., Arizona The Sugar Bowl also Is expected to'(Tempe) State over Montana State. Hank Aaron is Selected Most Valuable Player NEW YORK (UP) -- H a n k Aaron's newly-won honor as the most valuable player in the National League today placed the Milwaukee Brave slugger in a position to bid for a $45,000 contract in 1958. That salary, compared to the $23,500 he received this year, probably would make him the league's highest-salaried player with the exception of $80,000-a-year Stan Musial, whom he beat out by a scant nine points in the annual balloting by the Baseball Writers Association of America.. Musial ·was bidding for a record fourth M.V.P. award. Receiving a big leaguer's most coveted award capped a season in which the 23-year old, Aaron hit .322 and led the N.L. with 132 runs batted in and 44 homers, including the one that clinched the Braves' first pennant. Aaron is the fourth straight member of his race to win the N.I/, award and the seventh since Jackie Robinson broke the color line in 1947. "I'm grateful to (manager) Fred Haney and my teammates for their assistance," said Aaron in Chicago. "I want to thank all the writers who voted me the honor and only hope I can keep playing for many years." In Mobile, Ala., Hank's mother, Mrs. Estella Aaron, revealed that Aaron believed that Braves' second-baseman Red Schoendienst would get the award and added, "I figure the man (general manager John Quinn of the Braves) ought to give Hank what he asks for next year." Hank tried for $35,000 before settling for $6,500 less last year. There were no indications of "sour grapes" protests from supporters of Musial and Schoendienst but the vote was among the closest in the history of the balloting. Aaron's point-total was 239_ compared to 230 for Musial and 221 for Schoendienst and both the latter got more 1-2 votes than the winner. Hank had 11 votes for first and second places, Musial 14 and Schoendienst 15. Mays Gets Home SAN FRANCISCO (UP)--Willie Mays, Negro star of the San Francisco Giants, is buying a home in a fashionable white neighborhood because the owner reversed his decision. Mays was first turned down in his bid to buy a three-bedroom brick and redwood dwelling with ·n ocean view at 175 Miraloma Drive in the Sherwood Forest neighborhood because of his race. Teenaren * Come to the "SOCK HOP" Every Saturday Afternoon from 1 io 2 FERGUSSON'S SHOES PGA Becomes Medal Tourney LONG BEACH, Calif. (UP) -The only professional match-play golf tournament in America, the PGA championship, is past history today -- replaced by a medal play tournament because of economics. The Professional Golfers Association, winding up a week of business sessions, voted yesterday to change from match to medal play because the last tournament lost $9,000. Most of the players present at yesterday's meeting thought the medal play event would attract rich sponsors and the tourney could be made as important as the National Open. The new PGA president is Harold Sargent, 44, Atlanta, Ga., son of former president George Sargent, who won the National Open crown way back in 1909. NORGE measure of the weakened Colorado' State'University team. Coach Don Eagles -- Gilbertson 475. isch 483.' Mullison took only 30 players E aBstl J ind o. 403 , 3 ' Willkama 470 ' Clarke j W jth him to Missoula because of ·*(o lor jioyj. KC Eagles -- Almini 481, Milne 503, Burke 561, DiGiovanni 425, Otten 511 for 2709. Hutcheson Cleaners -- Hutcheson 507, Powell 379. King 425, Wyman 486. Bertelson 572 for 2633. Sykes Mkt. -- Gallagher 580, L'emon 500. Houston. 432. Hastings 528, Buck 440 for 2602. Joe's Bovs -- W i n t e r GOG, Strand 574, Totli 512, Voorhies 429, Murmhi- son 510 for 2670. Rainier Beer -- Nelson 523, Jernberg 480. Bischoff 408, Keith 512, Anderson 393 for 2613. Koford Jewelry -- Orser 446, Monk 485. Marrazzo 429. Koford 419. Stef- anatz 492 for 2460. Warehouse Furn. -- forfeit. Walbon Plumbing -- McGuire 420, Peterson 344, Dummy 3B7, Nelson 413, Waibon 407 for 2337. New Lunch -- Peterson 409. Phanco 359. Vanderveer 419, Dummy 372, James 404 for 2462, Hunters Get Final Fling THE INTER LAKE, Friday, November 15, 1957 5- Butte Bulldog Mentor Says Bench Will Triumph Fullmer Fights Rivers Tonight In Garden Bout NEW YORK (UP) -- Ex-champion Gene Fullmer Is favored at 17-5 to heat NesI Rivers tonight and keep his standing as alternate challenger for the middleweight crown. The 10-rounder at Madison Square Garden between Fullmer of West Jordan, Utah, and Rivers, the California state champion, will be televised and broadcast na- Rae saw all 10 class AA teams a " d ha s displayed more accurate tionally by NBC at 8 p.m. (MST) as possible title contenders and, s h o o t i n g eyes than last season's Despite the betting odds, mauler considered the conference strong- f88«gation He added his team BY DICK MULLINS United Pre» Sport* Writer BUTTE (UP) -- A "good bench" will be the difference this season in the Class AA High School Basketball Conference, according to Robert Rae, coach of the defending champion Butte Bulldogs. in his fourth year at Butte High, said the new 12-foot free throw lane will see more use of the zone defense this season. "A short team will have a better chance against a taller team if it uses a zone," he said. Rae said his own team is faster Gene will be taking a genuine gamble in this "all-to-iose" fight with Los Angeles Neal, an unrated contender but a dangerous sharpshooter. Fullmer will be risking his chance for a title shot in case er this year than last. He scoffed at statements by some observers that his Bulldogs would be the team to beat this year. He said that a team could lose several games and still win will be definitely gunning for a second straight title. The Bulldogs will see their first action at the Great Falls Invitational Tournament Nov. 29-30. Teams entered will be Butte, Great Sugar Ray Robinson retires and! fnda andKalispcU were his picks ,_ .. . . . ifor tnush" teams. the title. Billings, Missoula, Ana- Falls, Missoula and Billings. Rae foregoes an attempt to recapture the 160-pound crown from Carmen Basilic. Gene can add little to his prestige tonight, for he already is rated second among contenders -- just a notch below top-ranked Sugar Hay. , Fullmer, 2G, seeks his third straight victory since he lost the title to Robinson on a fifth-round knockout at Chicago, May 1. He won decisions over Ralph (Tiger) Jones, June 7, and Chico Yejar, Sept. 4. Gene started the year gloriously by winning the title from Robinson on a decision in their first fight, Jan. 22, at the Garden. After that he outpointed Willie Greaves and Ernie Durando in over-the-weight matches, before losin" the crown to Robinson. for "tough" teams. The veteran 39-year-old coach, Schayes Leads Nats, 97-84 By United Frea* Dolph Schayes, one of the underrated stars of the National Basketball Association, broke George Mikan's total-points record last night as he scored 29 points for a'f, 1 ' ,, , . - ,, , T , m nine-ycar total of 10,171 in leading!TM 1 oskms o-ll; guard Don To- said this tourney could go a long ways toward determining relative strength in the conference. Suite's eight returning lettermen are guard Bob O'Bilovich, 5-7; guard Marco Stanisich, 6-1; center John Merrett, 6-2 ... guard Neil McCumber, 5-11; forward Bill Cords, 6-2; center Jerry Van Nuland, 6-4; guard Mike Rivness, 5-10, and forward Bob Sessions, 6-2. Men up from the junior varsity include forward Bill Bayliff, 6-2; guard George Markovich, 6-0; guard Gary Erickson, 5-7; guard Syracuse to a 97-84 victor}' over the Philadelphia Warriors. Schayes, the big one who got away from the New York Knicks, hasn't been" the spectacular player that Mikan was, and his Syracuse team didn't terrorize the league as did the Minneapolis Lakers of bin, 6-1, and center BUI Steyu, G-4. MAJOR LEAGUE High single game -- Feeney 247; high single series -- Olson 613: high team game -- Taylor's 348; high team series -- Taylor's 2712. Coca Cola -- Vandevanter 592. Louderback 537 for 2518 Taylor's · -- E. Gallagher 551. Culling 475, Harris 482, R. Gallagher 492, Feeney 612 for 2712. Al's Spuds -- Winter 444, Strand 574, Reed 429, James 554, Murchison 477 his manpower shortage. An air game is expected at Denver, with Utah State's Bob Winters and Denver's Al Yanowichj supplying the fire power. Al-' though Winters is rated the best!__ Sunda y P^mises to find more passer, Denver is favored to win on the basis of past team performance. Oregon Hopes To Clinch Bid SAN FRANCISCO (UP) -- Stanford's last chance to rate a bid to the Rose Bowl will hinge on the passing arm tomorrow of quarterback Jack^Douglas as the Indians GIoSlm l -°43SrM V ur n phy Va 5or Grainger *V fa vored Oregon State at ban-ages and because of his strength. TUvers, a stand-up boxer-puncher, is expected to depend upon counter blows, particularly with his dangerous right. i This year 23-year-old Rivers -formerly of Las Vegas, Nev., but now living in Los Angeles -- · also had six bouts. He won four, lost one and drew one. He lost to Spider Webb, drew with AI Williams, stopped Rocky Caballero persons in the country than in ' and Sal Flores, and outpointed town as the ring-necked pheasant Bobby Jones and Milo Savage, and Hungarian partridge season Sept. 1G. doses. j Keal's 37-5-2 record includes 21 And, with the goose hunting knockouts. He was stopped twice, season drawing to a close the next by Sal Flores (5) and Milo Savage \ .allmer is favored tonight be- MikaiVs hey day, so six-foot-eight- cause of his persistent plunging inch Dolph didn - t get the llead . By United Presi both in 1954. day in that part o£ the state of the divide, chances are some' Fullmer's 42-4-0 career includes persons will be making a long 20 knockouts. He failed to last the weekend of it. distance only against Robinson. As usual, the better pheasant; , · _ lines that Mikan did. But he got the points. The former New York University star who played most of his college games on the home floor of the Knicks but somehow didn't land with them has steadily been the big man'for the Nats. From now on, each point he scores will be a new record. Mikan's old record was 10,156. Rookie Woody Sauldsberry led! Philadelphia with 21 points. It was the only NBA game last night. Tonight St. Louis is at Syracuse, New York at Cincinnati and Minneapolis at Detroit. hunting was found early in the season. Now that birds have been many for 2478. Lucky Lager -- Topp 484, Wilson " ~ "" " 489, Larson 387, Hodges 303, L. Hodges 476 for 2139. Dave's Bovs -- Voorhies 508, Eastman 393. Bobere 438, Nordtome 579, Yorlon 523 for 2511. State Bank of Somers -- Fopp 518. Milne 41V. Burke 411, Buck 442, Lemon 451 for 2239. Strout Realty -- Dummy 462, Wilson 430, Jon Schumacher 47G. Joe Schumacher 405, Dummv 429 for 2262. Bultrey's -- Janni 53S, Michels 517. Christensen 552, DeRue 506, Toth ~~ lor 2590. Corvallis. In the meantime, Oregon's Ducks figure to nail down their first Pasadena trip in 37 years and they have to knock off weak Southern do it. The Trojans, ripped apart by conference penalties, are devoid of seniors this year and almost as shy of wins. They have one triumph and six losses. UCLA, rolling alon mark despite similar penalties, they are more wary and harder to bag. ' Big game hunters, with an eye on the approaching end of their' Bobkittens 4-2 Record BOZEMAN -- Montana State's favorite season, are becoming Bobkiltens wound up their six- anxious for a big snow to bring Same 195T grid schedule with a some tracking and help force the 27-13 setback at the hands of the big game out of the high country/powerful. Brigham Young fresh- Cold weather is needed, too, in nian eleven last Friday afternoon the north lo force a mass «iigra- at Gatton Field. tion of waterfowl through Mon- The Bobkittens dropped their tana. So far, only dribbles of Bret and final games to wind up waterfowl have been sighted in the' season with a 4-2 record. Their the Treasure State. ; · · ; | opening defeat came against Idaho S TM. ,,. 6 ! However, duck Hunting over de- State's freshmen, 8-6. ' Los Angeles Gets Rid of Nickname LOS A N G E L E S (UP) -- The Dodgers may have been known a£- fectionalJy in Brooklyn as "the bums" but in their new Los Angeles home that nickname will not be used by newspapers. The newly-organized Los Angeles chapter ot the Baseball Writers of America today Avent on record !as fro we ing on the use of the nick- Standings BIG TEN W L T W L T Ohio St 5 0 0 Purdue _ 2 3 0 Iowa ,, 4 0 1 111 2 3 0 , Mich. St. . . 4 1 0 Wisconsin . . 2 3 0 Michigan .... 2 2 1 Indiana 0 4 0 Minn 3 3 0 N'thw'crn . . 0 5 0 PACIFIC COAST W L T W I. T Oregon , 5 1 0 Wash. 2 3 0 UCLA 4 2 0 USC _ 1 4 0 Ore. S t 4 2 0 California . . 1 4 0 Stanford .... 3 2 0 Idaho 0 2 0 Wash. St. . . 3 3 0 SOUTHWEST W L T W L T Texas AM 4 0 0 SMU _... 1 ^ 0 Rice 2 1 0 Tex. Christ. 1 2 0 Texas 2 1 1 Baylor 0 3 1 Arkansas .... 2 3 0 SOUTHEASTERN W L T W 1. T Auburn 5 0 0 L a . State . . 3 3 0 Miss 4 0 0 C a . Tech. . . 2 3 0 Term 3 1 0 Georgia 2 3 0 Vanderbilt. 3 1 1 Alabama .... 1 4 1 Miss. St .... 3 2 0 Tulane 1 4 0 Florida ' 3 2 Q Kentucky . . 0 7 0 BIG EIGHT W L T W L T Oklahoma . . 5 0 0 Colorado . . 1 3 0 Missouri .... 3 1 0 Nebraska . . 1 3 0 Kansas 3 2 0 Kan. S t . . 1 4 0 Iowa St 2 3 0 OWa. St. . . 0 0 0 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE W L T W L T VMF 4 0 0 Va. Tech _.. 1 2 0 W. Va 3 0 0 Richmond _ 1 3 0 The Citadel 4 1 0 Geo. Wash. 1 5 0 Furman -- 1 1 0 Davidson .... 0 2 0 Wil-Mary . . 2 3 0 Wash-Lee . . 0 0 0 ATLANTIC COAST W L T W L T N. C. St. - 4 0 1 Maryland . . 3 3 0 Duke _ 3 0 0 Virginia 1 2 0 Clemson 3 2 0 S Carolina . 0 4 0 I f . C a r 3 2 0 Wake Forest 0 5 0 IVY LEAGUE W L T W L T Princeton . . 5 0 0 Harvard ...... 2 3 0 Dartmouth 4 0 1 Brown - 2 4 0 Cornell 3 2 0 Penn 1 4 0 Yale 2 2 1 Columbia . . 1 5 0 name ''Bums" and voted to refer | to the club only as the Dodgers, j Mines, 31-0; Montana University' Cubs, 21-7; Idaho Frosh, 18-0, and · Malmslrom Air Force Base, 42-0.! BUYING CHRISTMAS TREES Phone UL 7-ZI11 OLE LEE, JR. Somers I goes to Stockton to play under- "Xrnold's Paints -- Arnold 496, ottcn dog College of' the Pacific. The 455' for 6 2Mst 3Bl LinC ° ln 4B6 ' WoodlBnd Tigers' best attack is Tom Flores' Glacier Memorial Clarke 475, Peterson 435, Gage 539, Dummy 408, Stiles 026 for 2443. Lee's Glass -- James 513. Rothweiler 476, Morrow 505. Danielson 497, Gra- bcr 466 for 2457. Mont. Bldrs. -- Kositzky 485. Dummy 492, Monk 533, Dummy 489,. Olson CIS for 2612. MERCHANTS LEAGUE High single game -- Heitzig 203; high single series -- Winters 5G3: high team game -- Arnold's Trailers S92; high team series -- Arnold's Trailers 2727. Rowland Plaster -- Lauman 449. Dummy 342. E. Clarke 463, O. Clarke 441, Olson 551 for 2552: Roj-al Crown -- Gress 441, Heise 359, Dummy 474, Dummy 246, Hang 396 for 2363. Lucky Lager -- Landon 491. Jam 422, Helseth 425, Keifer 434, Young 495 for 2556. Bowl Jrs. -- Honks 430, Buck 421, Grimm 364, Farquhar 408, Benner 401 for 2497. The Trap -- Vandevanter 518. Sch- radc 419, G. Vandevanter 476, Prouty 414. Louderback 521 for 2615 Matelicli Const. -- Burley 433, Schlegel 447. Dummy 417, -Furlong 432, Switzer 444 for 2512. Glacier Memorial -- Pratt 410, Johnson 515. Peterson 474, Keith 456, Caldbeck 45S for 2611. Arnold's Trailers -- Frandson 436, Glendinning 381, Jensen 479, Mitchel 481, Arnold 534 for 2727. Trippett's -- Boyer 363, Nordwall 415, D. Gilbertson 522, L. Gilbertson 465, Darrah 408 for 2521. Dixie Inn -- Lester 412, Heilzig 491, Cash 345, Shirtliff 405, Zennial 441 lor - 2517. Seven Up -- Winters 563, J. Clarke 429, E. Clarke 489, Lemon 459, Gallagher 524 for 2629. O'NeU's -- Gilbertson 480. Rothweiler 459, Buck 529, Hastings 525, R. Gallagher 490 for 2642. passes and end Dick Wallon of the Bruins is a master at breaking up ball games with interceptions. California, with one triumph in eight games, hosts an erratic i Washington team which has upset two of the strongest teams in the PCC--Oregon and Oregon State. Idaho and Washington S t a t e tangle in their traditional at Pullman, where the Vandals will seek to close out a surprisingly good [ year by upsetting the Cougars. Washington State was a Rose Bowl contender for a while but faded. coys is still productive for the' The 'Kitten:? then compiled a nimrods with enough stamina and four-game- winning streak notching persistency to wait it out. victories over Montana School of YOU NEVER HAD VODKA SO GOOD Delicious in Your Favorite,Drink or Straight ARROW LIQUEURS CORP., DETROIT 7, MICHi · 80 -100 PROOF · DISTILLED FROM GRAIN S A I E · A^-k'E Xmas. 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