The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 20, 1957 · Page 5
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Veteran Nucleus Greets Paul Milam at Bigfork Paul Milam begins his first year at the helm of the Bigfork High School basketball team this season and he'll have seven lettermen in which to build around as the more 145 160 135 pounds; pounds; pounds: Six of the seven letter men returning are seniors. Only Arnold Haag, a six foot, 150 pound junior comes back as an underclassman. The returning seniors are: Mike Dockstader, 6-2, 160 pound center-forward. Royal Hansen, 5-11, 165 pound guard. Skip Gillespie, 5-11, 150 pound guard. Wayne Harness, 5-11, 160 pound forward. f . · Bob Nichols, '6-1, 150 "pound forward. Skip Samuels, 5-8, 140 pound guard. All the above mentioned players saw considerable action last season j L, pou , which foun« the Vikings finishing lile Vlkul with nine wins and 13 losses. As members of the-Class C District T3 Conference, the Vikings came The only other non-conference team 'listed on the 1957-58 schedule is the Flathead County High School reserve team. Entire First Five Gone from Helena By DICK MULL1NS Unlfed Prcu Spoil* Wrilar HELENA (UP) -- The dean of coaches in the Class AA Basketball Conference, Lloyd Skor Some of the outstanding sopho- ,, c °n fc rence, Lloyd Skor of ore prospects are Mike Lee, 5-6, i Helena ' s , aid today hls teajn wiu *· ·» «· ·__ _ _ _ f l F 1 f ( » ; » e f 3 t n APV* «O nir 4 **»··««« « « J Larry Hansen, 5-11, Jerry Collins, 5-4, and Larry Hulsing, 5-6, 145 pounds. t Freshman prospects are John Sears, 5-4, 125 pounds; Roger Hus- once again employ a "run and shoot" offense which was, its trade mark last season. Helena, which placed fifth in conference play and fourth in the state tournament last season, was THE INTER LAKE, Wednesday, November 20, 1957 5 - ton, 5-8, 125 pounds; Jack Hud- noted for its wideropen brand of .son, 5-6, 130 pounds; Harry ley, 5-6, 120 pounds; Joe Nelson, 5-6, 125 pounds; Gerald Bowman, 5-7, 140 pounds; Larry Reed, 5-8, 135 pounds; and Larry Corson, 5-8, many games the Bengals; got more than. 80 field goal attempts in the air. Skor, in his 14th -year at the head of the Bengals, has compiled quite a record for himself. Four along fast at the tailend of the season and were respected by all The Vikings begin their confer- times he has coached state cham- ence schedule on Dec. 6 against' pions and on four other occasions Hot Springs at Bigfork. The final game of the regular season an all-state football player, 6-1; forward Jerry (Bud) Glasby, 6-0; forward Chuck Thomas, 6-1; guard Bob Redpath, 5-10, and guard Breck Howard, 5-9. Others who Skor said are looking good include center Prank Ursich, 6-1; forward Tom Allen, 6-2; forward Bob Hoffman, 6-2; guard Gary Johnson, 5-10, and guard Terry Beaver, 5-9. Skor said the absence of a big man necessitates the using He said that Helena will ly be building from the bottom up this season. The 51-year-old coach said he tracked the bear and soon found has several promising juniors onithe half-eaten carcass of the deer, the team. He added, "We'll be in They dragged the carcass back Howell Wins Northwest Football Scoring Title Bear Refurns To Crime Scene, Is Now Trophy Lynn H. Frasber, former Kalispell resident now living in Spokane, Wash., has a bearskin trophy to prove that a Northwest Montana bear can be a pretty greedy fellow. Frasher and a companion, Dick Behm Jr., also of Spokane were hunting last week in Pleasant Valley and had shot three deer which they hung between two trees. ,, .. , . . , , . , , , » ....... .. Bennett played halfback for the;at fullback and halfback respec- While they were away from co-champion Ronan eleven and j lively, tied for fourth place with camp a black bear ransacked their i was probably the fastest break- 3 6 points apiece on six touchdowns gear and got away with one of the away threat in the deer. With some help the two men Dick Howell,. garnering two extra points to go with eight touchdowns, barely edged Jerry Bennett of Ronan for the 1957 Class B Northwest Conference s c o r i n g championship in unofficial results compiled by The Daily Inter Lake. Halfback Howell of Whitefish scored 50 points to Bennett's 49. Howell used speed and brawn to cop the title. George White. Bennett's running 1 ' a t Ronan, collected seven touchdowns and 2 extra points for 44 markers, good enough for third place. Poison's two running threats, Gary Baertsch and Merle Milner, there." is slated for Feb. 15 against Charlo, then the Vikings compete in at the end of the season. A total of'36 players are trying out for the team. PAUL MILAM Tlle Vikings get their season under way Nov. 29 at Eureka and neighboring school prepares for then face another member of the lt.s opening game of the season'Class B Northwest Conference in against Milam's "alma mater," Columbia Falls at Columbia Falls Eureka. | the following night, Nov. 30. teams in the conference tourney , t h e conferen ce tournament at Pol- · cr\n r\n TTrtK Oft O1 O O his n « i *· · v j · *v. | He also saw the Bengals finished in the run- tougher conference Bob Newman Leads PCC LOS ANGELES (UP) -- Sharp- shooting Bob Newman of Washington State today led the Pacific Coast Conference in passing and total offense in figures released by the PCC commissioner's office. Official statistics as the PCC heads for the final weekend of league action showed that Newman had completed 80 passes in for Washington's Bob Dunn. Wilson was tied for first place with teammate Dick Wallen in pass interceptions. They each had four. Teamwise, the report revealed that Oregon is the best in the league on something the team may sorely need against mighty Ohio State in the Rose Bowl New Year's Day--defense. Oregon, the PCC representative son on Feb. 20-21-22. The 1957-58 schedule: Nov. 29--At Eureka. Nov. 30--At Columbia Falls. Dec. 6--Hot Springs, home. Dec. 7--Troy. home. Dec. 13--Noxon, home. Dec. 14:--At Arlee. Dec. 20-- FCHS Reserves, home. Dec. 21--FCHS Reserves, home. Jan. 3--Plains, home. Jan. 4--At Dixon. Jan. 10--At Charlo. Jan. 18--At Hot Springs. Jan. 24--At Noxon. Jan. 25--Ai-Iee. home. Jan. 31--At Plains. Feb. 1--Eureka, home. Feb. 7--FCHS Reserves, Feb. 8--At Troy. Feb. 14--Dixon. home. Feb. 15--Charlo, home. Feb. 20-21-22 -- Conference tourney at Poison. ner-up position. Skor admits that things look grim this season, but he is not downhearted. He lost his first five j players off last season's entry. The mentor said players also played class this AA a season to camp and hung the tree knowing the with Billings, £utte and Kalispell the strongest teams. He said that the team which ,wins -its early; games will win the conference. 163 attempts for 1,196 yards a n d ' i n Pasadena, led the league in had a total offense mark of 1,254 yards and 14 touchdowns. Stanford's Jack Douglas had 70 completions in Howard Willis, 127 tries, while Idaho, and Jack Crabtree, Oregon, each had 42. Newman was trailed in total offense by Joe Francis, Oregon State, with 1,007 yards, and Douglas, 966 yards. The top rushing spot was held by Stanford's Charles Shea, iwlio has gained 685 "yards *in nine games, just six more than the 679 won by second-place Nub Beatner of Oregon State. Oregon's Jim Shanley was third with 628, followed by teammate Jack Morris, 598. Don Ellingsen I ': · -.-'i . . . . of-" Washington State led in pass receptions with 37 good for 477 yards 'and two touchdowns. He was followed by Oregon's Ron Stover, 20, and Jack Tanning, State, 19. also of ( Washington UCLA's Kirk Wilson was the top punter with a 42.3,-yard average, compared to 39.1 for Southern California's Jim Conroy and 37.7 Martin in Big A's-Tiger Swap DETROIT 15P)-- Billy Martin, a scrappy inflelder who boasts the New York Yankees never lost a pennant while he was in their lineup, was obtained by the Detroit Tigers today in a 13-player trade wltfe the Kansas City Athletics. Th« 29-year-old Martin moved to the Tigers alone: with outfielders Gus Zernial and Lou Skizts, pitchers Tom Morgan and Mickey McDermott, and catcher Tim Thompson. Detroit gave up outfielders Bill Tattle and Jim Small, catcher Frank House, and pitchers Duke Maas and John Tsltouris in the swap. The Tigers will send two minor total defense and rushing defense. The Ducks gave up but 268.1 yards a game while holding opponents to 155.3 yards a game in rushing defense. Gavilan Shoots For Big Victory CHICAGO (UP)--Former welterweight champion' Kid Gavilaii re -' counter . termed them "big and burly," but added that the main holdback was the most of his men are "built too close to the ground." Returning Bengal lettermen this year are center Bob McCullough, ·That'll be the squad with the most of his, best veterans," he said, football. He | The Bengals will play their first it back in bear could easily follow the trail. The two men tied a rope from the deer to the flap on the canvas door on their truck-mounted hunting cabin and waited for the bear to return. At 1 a.m. the bear returned, grabbed the deer and ran for the game Dec. 6 against North Central High School of S p o k a n e , Wash.,, in Helena. The first conference game will also be jn Helena, Dec. 13, with Bozeman supplying the opposition. BYU Hopes Still Burn Bright By UnU«d Press Bngham Young University, surprise occupant of second place in son of BYU is \ fourth. Cal Revokes Tom Jackson SACRAMENTO (UP) -- Tne California Boxing Commission has revoked the license of Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson "for his own protection." The commission took the action woods. Alerted by movement o£ yesterday. At the same time, it flap, Behm opened fire on the bear while Frasher held the light. The next morning they found the 350- pound bear dead about 200 yards from their camp. yards gained with 491 and Frank Gupton the Skyline Conference football o£ Coloiiad State is next with 481. race, will attempt to improve its New Mexico, which lost its third runnerup spot and. keep alive its| pennant hopes Saturday. BYU plays Colorado State U. at Provo jn the only league game on the meager Skyline schedule. One other game, a non-league en- New Mexico travel-! straight game, a 20-13 setback to Wyoming, will meet the Air Force for the first time. lost 34-0 to Utah last Saturday. The Lobos will count on the services of Don' Perkins, the Sky- Tetrault, Davis Shoot for MSU The Montana State University ROTC and varsity rifle teams recently defeated the Montana State College rif lists. Team scores were; MSU Varsity 1,915, ROTC 1,904; ^lcons MSC 1,891 and ROTC 1,883. wrote to the National Boxing Association asking other states to do the same. Commission chairman Dr. Dan conference, each. Eureka's Bob St. Peter had five TDs and four extra points for 34 points and sixth place. Libby's top representative, quarterback Doug Williamson, had five touchdowns for 30 points. Jack Perry and John Hervol, both of Columbia Falls, and Bruce Wood, pile driving fullback from Libby, had 27 points apiece for eighth place. Each had four touchdowns and three points for their totals. Thompson Falls and St. Ignatius did not place any player, in the top 20. Kenny Newgard, Poison's liant quarterback, had the bril- most O. Kilroy of Sacramento said Jack-, extra points -- 13. He kicked each one to go with a lone touchdown for 19 points to place him in last Wednesday with Eddie Ma- a three way tie for 16lh place in chen in San Francisco. Mache." 'scorers. son "showed no apparent ability to defend himself" in his fight won a TKO in the tenth round. It was Jackson's first outing since heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson defended his title by scoring a kayo over the Hurricane. "We do not want Jackson to de- Terry Brennan Is Top Coach After Upset SOUTH BEND, Ind. CUP) -- He told-his .quarterback-to "be reck-! turns to the Chicago Stadium tonight for a televised fight with unranked -Walter Byars, and he'll be demonstrating his personal decline in little more than three years. It will be the sixth time Gavilan, 31, has fought in the stadium. And the anticipated crow of hardly more than 1,000 will be the smallest he ever has pulled to the arena. "I haven't felt better in five years," Gavilan said; "and noth-i ing is on my mind now except fighting. So many things happened to me so. fasV'one right after another, that for a while when I felt less, not cautious." · He watched that quarterback get reckless enough to snap the nation's longest winning streak, "and the way we played we would have beaten anybody."Yet he still wasn't content in wanted to do something in ring, I couldn't. * the his greatest glory, saying "We should have had a couple more touchdowns." He's Terry Brennan of Notre Dame, the United Press football coach of the week after his Irish upset Oklahoma, 7-0, last Saturday and shattered the Sooners' 47-game winning streak. The/selection of Brennan marks the first time that the same man jhas been chosen coach of the week twice in one season. Brennan also won the honor five weeks ago when the Irish upset Army. The 29-year-old Brennan, as modest as ever, had kind words for the Notre Dame student body. Undergrads, 300 to 400. strong, turned out every day last week for practice despite miserable weather. Applying the needle, they chanted "happy birthday to you" for Okla-j BOZEMAN (UP) -- A rash of Jng to Denver to meet the Air Force Academy. All other teams, with the exception of Montana which completed its season last Saturday, are idle. There are, however, two Thanksgiving Day games. League leading "Utah is involved in one turkey day battle against Utah State. Denver and Wyoming clash in .the other holiday contest. Coach Hal Kopp's Cougar squad was idle last week and has had considerable time to prepare for the Coloags. Last year the two I teams battled to a scoreless tie. at .Ft. Collins. . ;; Colorado State,' primarily a ground gaining team, displayed a sharp -passing attack in downing j line's best ground gainer, to pull them out of their slump. Perkins has picked up 643 yards in 88 carries. Among the individuals competing for the university were Frank Tetrault and Larry David of Kalispell. Tetrault shot a 385 for velop into a i human punchini bag," Kilroy said. Lucky Hunter both the Varsity and ROTC squads j EUREKA (ILNS) -- Roy Roband David posted identical scores [erts of Eureka recently bagged a of 384 for each squad. I large bull moose near Edna Creek. The top 20 scorers: Player, Team TD'» Ex. Total Pti. Dick Howell, Whitefish _ B 2 _ _ . Jerry Bennett, Ronan .... 8 George White. Ronan .... 7 f-T" Bsortscb, Poison 6 Merle Milner. Poison .... 6 Bob St. Peter, Eureka _.. 5 Doug Williamson, Libby 5 Jack Perry, Col. Falls .... 4 John Hervol, CoL Falls _ 4 Bruce Wood, Libby _ 4 Loren Clary, Ronan _ 4 Lee Swanson, Whitefish 4 Frank West. .Eureka 4 Bob Schneider, Whitefish 4 Doug Knapton. Whitefish 3 Kenny Newgard, Poison 1 Larry James. Libby 3 Dick Stoll, Wliitefish 3 Jav Harding, Poison _ 3 Herb DuCharme, Poison .. 3 2 0 0 4 0 3 3 3 2 2 1 0 ·7 13 1 1 0 0 50 49 44 25 35 34 30 27 27 27 26 26 25 24 20 19 19 19 ]R IS GMC Monty-Makeri available in models from % to 45 tang "Now I'm in good condition, and'Montana last Saturday 19-7. All three Aggie touchdowns came I t h i n k - I can win the championship again. I beat this Byars before and when I beat him again, then they got to let me fight for the championship." from passes. The contest will bring together two top ground gainers in the Skyjine Conference. Weldon Jack- Hawks Win, Move to Top By United Pri» Another prodigious scoring effort by Bob Pettit has moved the St. Louis "Hawks back into first place in the Western Division of the National Basketball Association. The former L.S.U. star totaled 38 points last night in leading the Hawks to a 118-115 victory over Injuries Hit Bobcat Cagers homa, which celebrated its 50th j injuries has hit the Montana State anniversary as a state with the Saturday game. Department Orders Area 51 Closed HELENA (UP) -- The State leagrue players to the Athletics at I Fish and Game Commission, op- a later date to complete what Detroit officials termed "One of the biggest trades in our history." Golf Medals May Be Picked Up Now Individual medals' for winners of The Daily Inter Lake's Northwest Montana Amateur Golf Tournament may be picked Up at the Inter Lake office. First and second pl*ce winners In each flight were awarded medals. De}»y in delivery of th4 medajs w?s due to names being engraved on the medals. Winners by flights were: th^nipionsHits -*- Hap Simpson Ut: and Spence Kpppang (2nd). 1st i~ H»rrnan So#e (l*t) And BUI Liddicoafr (2nd). find --- P»V*. (DJifk (1st) and Op car Jacobson (2nd): 3r4 -*- Fred Button (Ut) and Ernie Sh»wh»n (2rtd). ened its regular monthly meeting Monday and ordered that area 51 on the current'big game hunting map be closed \o elk hunting at 1 p.m. today. The fish and game department described the areas as lying west of the Clark Fork River, east of the feast Rosebud River and south of ,the upper Stanford-Roscoe road. . Georgetown Lake Closes to Fishing HELENA \(UP)--The State Fish and Game Commission today 6r- dered that Georgetown Lake in DeSf Lodge and granite counties be closed to ail fishing from Nov. 22 until further notice. the comrnipsion said it took the action as a public s»fety nieasure and that when emergency conditions no longer exist the lake will be opened to ice fishing on Sabir- 4th -- Roger Thompson (1st) aed days, Sundays; and legal holidays. Jack Marcure (2nd). Hunt College basketball team, but Coach Keith (Dobbie) Lambert feels his Bobcat cagers still are making good progress. Four of the Bobcats' top hands, including All-Rocky Mountain Conference choice Larry Chanay, are nursing Injuries. Chanay has a badly bruised hip in addition to a knee that's been troubling him. Al Harris, sophomore letlerrnan who has been playing at a starting guard post, has a pulled groin the New York Knickerbockers In the feature game of a doubleheader at St. Louis. The Cincinnati Royals whipped the Detroit Pistons, 92-75, in the opener. The Knickerbockers led St. Louis, 58-52, at halftime but Pettit, who was limited to three points in the second quarter, then went to work. He scored 20 points in the final 24 minutes of action to pull the Hawks from behind. Richie Guerin had 20 points and Ken Sears totaled 15 for New York. The Royals, who had dropped five of their last six games, broke a 57r57 third period tie by outscoring Detroit, 35-18, in the final quarter. George King and Don Meineke paced the Royals' stretch rally but Clyde Lftvel)ette wound up as the game's high scorer with 25 points. FIOHT RESULTS ttOLYOKE, Mass. (UP) -- Charlie Forrest', 18i, New Yorjti outpointed Larry Zernjek, 190, Springfield, Mass., 10). . ' fiANGOR, Maine (UP) -- Nino Valr des. 215, Havana. Cuba, knocked out Jeff Byer, 210, Springfield. Mass. (10). 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