The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 24, 1957 · Page 5
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Pacific Coast Briefs Oregon State's Fielder Gives Beavers PCC Tie EUGENE, Ore. (UP) -- Quarter-]Saturday to a steady 14-12 victory back Ted Searle kicked a 17-yard [over the Golden Bears in the 60th field goal to give Oregon Slate a annual "big game" before 90,000 10-7 victory over Oregon and a tie with the Rose Bowl-bound Web- foots for the Pacific Coast Conference football championship Saturday in the Gist renewal o£ the West's oldest football rivalry. Oregon 7 Oregon Stale 7 fans. Stanford ... California 0--14 S--12 0-- 7: 0--10 LOS ANGELES (UP) -- Work- Michigan State Edges Stubborn K-State, 27-9 EAST LANSING, Midi, (UP) -Michigan State, its No. 1 national rsnklng threatened by the low margln of victorj', scored three touchdowns in the final period Saturday to come fram behind and defeat Kansas State 2.7-9 before Barnes of the college football pro- Oklahoma Starts String Again With 32-7 Waltz BY UNITED PRESS Oklahoma returned to the victory column, Auburn remained unbeaten and untied and Hice moved into a strong position for a Cotton Bowl bid Saturday in the key 35,989 fans at Spartan Satdium. Although they dominated the statistics through, the game, the ·Spartans were hampered by n rash of fumbles and had to stage two spectacular goal-line stands to /lorse tailback Don Long ran and, Purdue passed the UCLA Bruins to a 20-9,10tii straight time Saturday, 35-13 victory over Southern California Saturday in a renewal- of the squads''cross-town rivalry: Brdwf Features Purdue Win, 35-13 BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (UP) -- stav e off the Wildcats. Michigan wmppett Jvucmgan, 31-14; thlrd- jrdue blasted Indiana for the st . a te was unable to move decis-'*f\ ke * Auburn defeated Florida gram. Only six of the nation's top 10 teams saw action and all except Notre Dame won: Michigan State, the No. 1 team, beat Kansas State, 27-9; second-ranked Ohio State whipped Michigan, 31-14; third- UCLA ended its season with an overall record of,8-2 and a 5-2 PCC recor'd, while the defeat left South; cm California with but a single in a wild and wooly Big Ten football clash for the "Old Oaken Bucket" which ended in a general player brawl on the field. ively against unrated Kansas State until the final "period. Michigan Slalo s Kansas Slate ,, 3 0 21--27 0 0 -- 9 So bitter was this season's finale ANN ARBOR Mich (UP) " Slate 29-7; fifth-ranked Oklahoma drives in Rice's win over TCU. Hill's 93-yarder was the longest in Southwest Conference league play and helped him garner 107 yards in four tries. Michigan State fumbled 13 times and trailed, 9-6, after three periods but struck for three touchdowns in the final period to win its eighth game. Kansas State gave it a great try and twice marched to the Michigan State one-yard line in the third period before the Spartans stiffened. A crowd of 101,000 at Ann Arbor, Mich., saw Ohio State over- Scores downed Nebraska, 32-7, and eighth | come a 14-10 halftime deficit to score.on drives of 58, 68 and 72 ranked Iowa scored a 21-13 win over ninth-ranked Notre Dame. Hice, rated No. 13, defeated C h r i s t i n ' n ° w between the intra-state rivals that a free-for-all' erupted with 1:15 win. in nine games and Notre minutes remaining. And they start- Dame coming up next week. ' ed swinging again as the clock ran Southern. C » l 2 0 0 7-- 9 | n n t 5 ° 7 7 - M IndUa o 7 0 Purdue 13 7 11 UCLA. BYU Moves Closer SEATTLE (UP) -- Bobby Newman completed 14 passes for 195 yards and two touchdowns Satur- 1 day to lead "the fired up Washing-, ton State Cougars to a 27-7 victory i TQ QomnrJ over Washington before 47,500 V «*«*^V*IIM fans. .. · Ohio State's flose Bowl-bound j Buckeyes crushed arch-rival Michigan 31 to 14 Saturday with a bruising ground game aimed at the weak mid-section of the Wolverine line to polish off a perfect Big Ten season. Texas .needs over Baylor to win a share of.the 2 °-°- " nd "** yards. Bob White, 212-pound fullback, sparked the drives and wound up gaining 163 yards rush- BYU^Coforldo 3 ing. Randy Duncan ran 24 yards with Southwest Conference title. Hice' ai? interception and passed 16 would get the Cotton Bowl bid in yards for- another in Iowa's victory that event because it defeated Texas AM last Saturday. And, at New Haven, Conn., Yale ..a o o 7 -- 7 . . . 7 7 0 110-27 Wuhinglon ( c o r i n g ; Touchdown*, Washington Stnla Michigan 7 Ohio Siato " 7 7 0 3 14 I smashed Harvard, 54-0, in what is recognized nationally as the "most over Notre Dame. The Irish, who ended Oklahoma's ning streak last COIXEGE roOTBALZ, HESULT* Princeton 34, Dartmouth 14. Yale 54, Harvard 0. Rutgers 26. Columbia T. West Virginia 7. Syracuse 0. Pittsburgh 14. Fein State 13. Lehigh 26, Lafayette 13 Gettysburg 6, Franklin t Marshall C. Vlllnanova 24, Wichita 6. Buffalo 13. Temple 6. Lincoln (Pa.) 8, Howard U. 0. Kentucky 20, Tennessee 6, Maryland 12, Virginia 0. Clemspn 13, WaKc Forest 6. Georgia Tech 0. Florida 0. Ohio State 31. Michigan 14. Michigan State 27, Kansas State 3. Iowa 21, Notre Dame 13. Boston U. 32. Connecticut 7. Brandeis 27, New Hampshire 0. Auburn 29, Florida Stale 7. N. Carolina St. 29, S. Carolina 26. Vanderbilt 27, Citadel 0. North Carolina 21. Duke 13. Washington (Mo.) U. 47, Washington U Lee 0. Johns Hopkins 19. Wn. Maryland 0 Maryland St. · 14. Shaw 0. Grambling 19. Miss. Vocational 12. Delaware State ]3, St. Augustine's 0. Alabama 29, Mississippi Southern 2. Sewanee 25. Hampden-Svdnev R East Texas St. 37, Sul Ross Si. 7. Arkansas 47. Texas Tech 2G. Sputhern Methodist 14, Baylor 7, Rice 20, Texas hristlan 0. Houston 13, Tulsa 7. Teaxs Southern 13. Arkansas AMN 0. . _ ; , : _ - ,-,,._,-., ,, . p f l y n e g _ _ _ _ _ ,, 9 Air Force Academy's! TMN.~ Mexico 0. Colorado 33, Iowa State 21. Purdue 35, Indiana 13. Wisconsin 14. Minnesota 6. Illinois 27, Northwestern 0, Kansas 9, Missouri 7. Oklahoma 32, Nebraska 7. Dayton 20. Detroit 10. HELENA (UP) ~ The Montana Fish and Game Department has honored seven department em- ployes whose combined service totals 100 years. Three enforcement officers were , . , , , . . ,, ,,,. .. « , awarded 20-year service pins and sented CUntoa G ' Blshlp ' Helcna fish biologist; Kober'; Green, _7HjE INTER LAKE, Sunday, November 24, 1957__^ Game Department Honeys Employes lings; Kenneth O. Pallang, stata game warden at White Sulphur Springs, and Waldo G. Vangsness, state game warden at Lewistowa Ten-year service pins were pre- four men from other department divisions were presented pins for 10 years. The 20-year men are Jack R. Kohler, warden supervisor at Bil-'engineer. Warm Springs, field superintendent; James McLucas, Helena, and C. K. Dalton, .Helena, department CHAMPAIGN, 111. (UP) -- Fullback Ray Mtschke scored two j touchdowns and got an "assist" on PROVO, Utah (UP) - Brighnm 1 '""Vh e - , , » ' 1,1TM mnvprf ,, nnrM, ,,!,,,,.,, . *,, another Saturday to Young moved a notch closer to a second place finish in the Skyline :i! Conference football race Saturday Touchdowns, Hath (ioeovered ss«v«nV by defeating Colorado State Uni- iumbU In iht *nd zone), Aldrlch (2 ,, 0 ,.-.-f,. OR o Vinf^T.^ « / i n n *.,,,,. yard plunge), Elllngaen (4 yard pass. versity 26-9 before 6,400 fans. Irom Newman^ Fanning (16 yard_pais] The win gave the Cougars a 4-4-1 record and dropped Colorado State to 2-5. pace only 14-13 after three periods, but Iowa was clearly the superior team 47-game Win- Florida AtM 32. Southern U. 6. trailer? I Stanford 14. California 12. , trailed Oregon State JO, Oregon 7. iods, but Washington State 27. Washi traditional" of all traditional' and only a rash of fumbles kept games. The romp was the greatest clown the score. in the 74-year history of the classic rivalry. Quarterback Dick Winterbauer XJCLA - _ . . - .ngton 7. !0, Couthern California 9. Colorado Mines, Westminster 0. COLLEGE BASKETBALL HESULTS George Williams 51, Concordia (Milwaukee) 48. from Newman). Convenient: Aldrlch 2. Hobelli. to a 27-0 victory over Northwest-] touchdowns in the second period ern, which closed its season with-1 an d went on-t'o stretch its unbeaten passed for three touchdowns and' Atlantic Christian so, William k Oklahoma, rebounding from its!halfback Herb Hallas scored three!i^ma^fech^Sotlhwcstern u 39 loss to Notre Dame, scored three j n Yale's romp over Harvard be- Lon Morrls 99. Allen Academy ed. out a single win. Z.- " (string In Big 8 competition to 65 7--27 games. Nebraska had gone ahead, 7-0, in the first period, but threat- SOUTH'BEND, Ind. '(UP) -- ened only once thereafter. fore 55,800 in the Yale Bowl. The 54 points were only one fewer than Yale's all-time high scored against Lafayette In 1935. In other big games, North Carolina defeated Orange Bowl-bound Halfback Rolls Up 367 Yards Rushing ANNOUNCEMENT I have purchased the business and inventory of the O'Neill Manufacturing Corporation and will operate same under the name of DALE PHILLIPS TANKS at new location, corner of Fourth Ave. W.N. and Washington Street. FOR TANKS - HOSE - O'NEILL PUMPS Call SK 6-3164 or SK C-3521 DALE E. PHILLIPS STANFORD, Calif. CUP) -- Fullback Chuck Shea, shredding the! California line for a personal gain'. of 150 yards, powered Stanford! Fullback Billy A'tkins scored 14 Duke, 21-13; Oregon State shared 1 LEXINGTON. .Va. (UP) -- Half- Young o n 6 6--26 Iowa's rugged football team bounc- points to set an all-time Auburn the Pacific Coast Conference title Colorado SJale U 0 3 D PUT IT IN CLASSIFIED AND WATCH IT SELL ed Notre Dame, 21-13, Saturday in a bitter defensive battle, which closed the Hawkeyes' season with seven wins, one tie and only one defeat. The difference in score didn't scoring mark of 66 points in one season and lead the Tigers to their ninth straight triumph. Auburn, ineligible for a bowl bid but eager to achieve No. 1 national ranking, led, 20-0, at the half and didn't by beating Rose Bowl-bound Oregon, 10-7; Wisconsin downed Minnesota 14-6; Kentucky rose up to whip Tennessee, 20-6, in one of the day's big upsets; Princeton won the Ivy League title with a 34-14' back Don Polkinghorne rolled up 367 yards rushing and scored six touchdowns Saturday as Washington of St. Louis routed winless Washington Lee 47-0. represent the difference between J'icld Florida State's touchdown victory over Dartmouth, and Dick tarns since Iowa three times lost'until the fourth period. the ball on fumbles and five times was thrown back when inside the Notre. Dame 21-yard line. Notre Darn* 0 Iowa _ _ 7 0--13 7--21 MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UP) -- Long strings of mallards, fresh lers, in the draws that run down from the north, wavered across to the Milk and Missouri rivers the dawri sky above the Milk from the wheat fields and grazing Dale Hackbart,' a sophomore quar- River Valley, headed for the big lands. In these places actual deer torback, scored two touchdowns to waters, their bellies filled with hunter sampling shows success u p ' lead Wisconsin to a 14-6 victory grain from irrigated fields. | to 90 per cent, but this is only lover Minnesota at Memorial Sat- Here, in Montana's northern- j part oC the story. One hunter this 1 dium Saturday. It was the 21st most counties, was the beginning 1 fall killed of another good hunting . day.'buck at a prime white-tailed Badger victory in a series King Hill, who starred in Rice's upset of Texas AM a week ago, raced 93 yards for one touchdown and sparked two other scoring Stanford Wins One for Chuck STANFORD, Calif. (UP) -- Cristy scored all his team's points as North Carolina State shaded South Carolina, 29-26. Air Force Upsets New Mexico, 31-0 DENVER (UP) -- The Air Force Academy, in an almost flawless offensive demonstration, o v e r - j whelmed New Maxico, 3i-0, before Duck Hours HOUR SCHEDULE ZONE- 1 ' This schedule applies to the following counties:, Lincoln, Flathead, Sanders, Lake, Mineral, Missoula, Granite and Ravalll. D»t« , Stall Stop Nov. 18 7:20 a.m. 5:00 p.m Goose Mison end* Weil of Continental Divide Nov. 24 7:28 a.m. Nov. 25 , 7:30 a.m. Nov. 25 7:31 a.m. Nov. 27 7:32 a.m. Nov. 28 7:34 a.m. Nov. 29 7:35 a.m. Nov. 30 ................. 7:38 a.m. . Dec. a range of 25 feet with Whether a man is a wing shot or his shotgun. He was hunting pheas- prefers the scope and rifle, this ants when the buck stepped out wide country can satisfy him. Back I from behind a · bush. In the time in the days'.when Lewis and Clark jit took to substitute a buck load for straled in 1890. Minnesota ....." 0 G Wisconsin 0 7 whir-h T h f r e W3S TM°r e 1 lf nd , ShaklDg Sat about 5,000 persons Saturday. umcn m -day in Stanford's dressing room A lr Academy 7 n o than at a political convention as,N«w Mexico o o o o 0 -- 6 the Indians celebrated winning " LINCOLN, Neb. (UP) -- Okla- flrst saw the Little Rockies, thisj No. 6's he had switched from chink homa started a new victory string was the country, of buffalo, deer,, to deer hunting. elk, antelope, sharptail grouse,] For the man who wants sage grouse, prairie chicken and'. adventuresome variation in his even grizzly bear and Audubon hunting, there is the chance to sh6ep. 7 Z?n Dlvid*. Saturday by blasting hapless Neba more taska, 32-7,, in a Big Eight Confer- minutes dn Today it ranks again as one of the topmost hunting areas in the ride the Missouri in a boat, hunting when and where he pleases along the shores. A bend might ence game. The Sopners, intent on regaining the prestige they lost in their 7-0 loss to Notre Dame a week ago, kept intact Coach Bud "mi- state, even though the Audubon 1 produce a flight of greenheads, \j n s 0n - s record has become a museum piece and some wheeling honkers,.or a cack-., ,. . . the grizzly has retreated to the ling pheasant. Again, it might be j '°J' *L'°" t Qkla h orr,T Th P wilderness of the western moun- a buck in a coulee, and there is!scasons at Oklahoma. The tains. If a man wants to hurry, he can never having win their }ast game for Coach Chuck Taylor. "I'm glad we got it for him," said Jack Douglas, the outspoken Stanford quarterback who went 60 14-12 squeaker . over California which left the 60-year-old "big game" series all even. "Tayloir is a great guy and they will have n hell of a time trying to replace him," Douglas said. Yale Overpowers Harvard by 54-0 NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UP) -Yale, rising to Us greatest heights of the season, put on a stunning display of passing and running Saturday to crush arch-rival Harvard, 54-0, and capture its second! straight "Big Three" football title. \ 4:55 p.m. 4:54 p.m. 4:54 p.m. 4:53 p.m. 4:53 p.m. 4:52 p.m. 4:51 p.m. 4:49 p.m. 4:48 p.m. . 4:48 p.m. waaon end* eaii o! Continental 4:48 p.m. 4:48 p.m. 4:47 D.IYI 4:47 p.m. 4:47 p.m 4:47 p.m. 4:47 p.m. 4:47 p.m. 7:36 a.m. 7:37 a.m. a.n Dec. 4 .................. 7:39 a.m. Dec.. 5 ......... ------ 7:40 a.m. Dec. 6 ............. ..... 7:41 a.m. Dec. 7 .................. 7:43 a.m. Dec. 8 ........ _ ........ 7:44 a.m. Dec. 9 .................. 7:45 a.m. Dec. 10 ____ ............. 7:46 a.m. ____ ............. . (Dec. U ....... :..:. ...... 7:47 a.m. Personal Loans To Fit Your Needs First National Bank Kalispeii, shoot a few greenheads at sunup neck, newly in from along the drain ditches "and { f - ields to the nortl1 sloughs, knock down a ringneck or two in the stubble fields, then trade his shotgun for a rifle and j have an antelope and a white-tailed or mule deer in the back end of his car by dusk. It would lake luck, skill and considerable energy, but it could be done in this country between the Milk and the Jvtissouri. '\Vhat makes this a great hunting country is the combination of feed,' water and cover that maintained the'huge herds of the pre- white man days. Lewis and Clark noted in their journals the abundance of buffalo and elk, then converted Ihem to the practical purpoSe-.of feeding the expedition. Karl Bodmer, whose talented pen and brush recorded the 1833 explorations of Prince Maximilian of Wied, drew artful and accurate portraits of antelope, buffalo, elk And Audubon sheep in this court- try. Although antelope and deer were thinned to the vanishing point several years ago, they have 1'eturned .in abundance. Th6 elk, which were wiped out years ago, have come back along the shores of Fort Peck Lake, thanks to state planting. Right now hunters armed 'with permits and rifles are hunting them again in the Missouri breaks. It is hi the field of waterfowl, upland birds and deer that the northern counties Have earned their their reputation as a hunting country. Each year tr«« *t0rles come but of the nortl) *bput the long strings of mallards ^winging across the potholes and .sloughs, mallards $o fat their skins burst when they hit the ground. Hunters w}io shoot from blinds at the edges of the big lakes on stofmy morn- Ings bring home limits of grain-fat Canada honkers. IJown aloqg the Missouri breaks to the «6uth these Canada* raise their broods along the edge of the muddy waters, teaching them to swim and to feed in the waters that 'washed the keel* of Lewis and Clark's boats and the steamboats of the. Ob's. · · * _ ; ' T^There are white-tailed deer and mull«s, big ones with mossy ant- always the chance' to kick out ?!?_'?*? ^!^ S °° nerS ,. linl ? ea l e . n the brush on an Island for a ring- the grain- string in conference play to 65. They have been tie dtwice. Nebraska 7 0 0 0 -- 7 Oklahoma 0 18 14 The victory, which Taylor's second over only was Cal in the seven years he has coached the Indians, came on the heels of his announcement two days ago that he is quitting to become Stanford's assisUiit athletic director. YOUR PONTIAC DEALER INVITES YOU TO SEE MaryMaartin IN "Annie Get Your G-un" co-starring John Raitt * * * * 13 HIT TUNES INCLUDING' Doin' What Comes Natur'lly -'ou Can't Get a Man With a Gun Who Do You Love-I Hope Fallin' In Love Is Wonderful The Girl That I Marry My Defenses Are Down Anything You Can Do % . I Got The Sun In The Morning I Got Lost In His Arms ' ~ I'm a Bad, Bad Man *'. Moortshine Lullaby : I'm An Indian, Too., There's No Business Like §now Business CHANNEl 9 9:30 to 11:30 WEDNESDAY. NOV. 27 *·*.-* * M A NIO N S Third Avenue East and Railroad Street P BASKETBALL 1957-58 Season reserved seat tickets go on sale Monday, November 25 at 5 p.m. in the foyer of the high school gym. Now -- before November 25 -- holders of the last year's tickets may apply for seats by mailing coupon below or phoning SK6-6120. All seats must be soid in a solid center block on the south side. You may indicate balcony or main floor bleachers. Reserved seats have been reduced in price from / ·' , a straight $9 per seat last year to $8 for a single seat this year OR TWO (ADJACENT) SEATS FOR $12 ONLY. This amounts to only 50c per game for a reserved seat. '.V . ° - WE HAVE 12 HOME GAMES- THE SAME AS LAST YEAR Nov. 30-Whitefish Dec. 6--Lewis and Clark Dec. 7--Lewis and Clark Jan. 3-Livingstoh Jan. 4--Bozeman « Jan. 10-Butte Central Jan, 11-- Great Falls Jan. 17--Missoula Feb. 1 -- Anacon da Feb. 8--Helena Feb. 21-Billings Feb. 22-Butt* F.C. H. S. . 1957-58 Bi*k«tball Ticket Y AppHc*tion N»rn» Address .....,,..., Cify .;,,.......,.: Phone. Pl«as* hftld (or mail t« me) .'... Season Basketball Keterved Tiekett. ' I prefer Balcony or Main Floor. (high. or low. ....) and undentand that seats will be migrted , as close to floor center a* possible. ' After Monday, November 25, tickers will b* at For Gifts Men Love to Get Their Hands On STANLEY TOOLS These are real gifts for men -- fine i tools that make good companions for doing-it-yourself around t h e house, in 1he work shop or at the hobbyist's bench. See the complete selection of Stanley Tools and Tool Chests, featured in our Family Gift Center. Here are a few of the many tools recommended for Christmas giving: Stanley Hammer A smacking good,hammer with nail-holding claw. 4.69 Others from 2.39 Stanley Plane The finest . . . a basic tool for every work bench. 5.79 Others from 2.79 Stanley Tape 8 feef of accuracy in a compact 2-inch case. "Pull-Push" rule, 1.98 Others from 4.00 Stanley Screwdriver Saves time and muscle driving screws. The "Yankee-Handyman." 4.98 Others to 11.80 Stanley Chisel Set -4 keen blades in a handsome case. 6.95 Stanley Level 24" mode!.- Easyvfew bubble, perfect for home or shop usa. " * 3.25 Oth«r$ to 9.40 HARDWAM D9ARTMINT . . . ;

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