The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 24, 1957 · Page 6
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, I -6 THE INTER LAKE, Sunday, November 24, 1957 Four Lettermen Return To Ronan; Key Men Honan, the Class B Northwest Conference basketball champion last season, finds itself in a bit of trouble this season as only four lettermen return to the reservation for the 1957-58 campaign. Coach Art Previs, son of Steve Previs, coacli at Thompson Falls High School, has Loren Clary, a 5-11, 160 pound forward; Jerry Bennett, 5-10, 150 pound guard; Kenneth Schacher, 5-9, 150 pound Poison Coach Makes Initial Cut on Squad POLSON (ILNS)--The first cut . ,. , of the varsity candidates for the standing crop of prospects fight-.Poison Pirates 1957-58 hoopsters ing for varsity berths. Five sophomores, three juniors and two seniors are aspirants for first string jobs. The sophs are George White, was announced this week by Coach Tom Kingsford. The following 17 were chosen from the turnout of 33' Seniors--Jay Hess, Loyal Herreid, Gary Baertsch, Larry Baertsch, and David Murphy; Juniors-- 'Frisco Battles Colts In Top Pro Game Today · · · · . · " · i ·· · f Deer Extension Calhoun TKO$ Boyd in Second By EARL WRIGHT United Press Sports, Writer" National · Football League play- Stadium in .the other game. The Redskins, who played a 30-30 tie with Cleveland last Sunday, are 1% point favorites. The Eagles ers, feuding with their bosses for 1% point favorites. The Eagles better working conditions, give ha " ded Cleveland its only defeat, .nn«t. _lt. nu --...._ 4 t» _ _ _ it 1 * . _ ... t. I T- t - 1 fl Si. TTlfltlfh : each other another "working over" today with the Detroit Lions, Baltimore Colts, Cleveland Browns and New York Giants favored in the fi 2 ' Paul Sherick; . ; Sophomores -- Owen Thompson, Gary Bosksnick, 5-10, 145 pound ^Stanley Thompson,. Cecil Thomp- guard and Curly Faulkner, 5-9, son, Carl Skabronslo, Bob Ander- 150 pound guard. son, John Erkkila, Bill Soucie and isenneui scnacner, 5-9, 150 pound . r, -^ cV · T guard; and Vic Havlovick 6-1 180 Junlors are Gen e Bell, 6,0, 170| Dav)d Slienck ' pound forward; Bob Decker, 5-9,' C squad rm -- , ~~~.,v.», ,,-,,, - » members are: Ronny 155 pound guard; and Bill Dro- Benson, Danny Frye. Jamie Boet-' watzky, 6-1, 1G5 pound center |tcher, Tex Brown, Gary Putnam, Seniors are Willie David 5-11 ! TClark ? h ° at t' Ea . G C ° Ultei '' LeRoy ' ° 'iLau, Jan Kenning, Bill Gregg, Kenny Osher, Gary Lentz:, Mark Battling the owners hasn't toned down the slam-bang play of the pros. They are sending each other to the,hospital with the usual regularity i. The teams with the 1--* injuries are good bets to win ·division crowns. 155 pound Brooks, 5-9. forward and Joe 150 pound guard. , Rolfson. Charles Forman, plus all freshman candidates. The Chiefs begin the season with straight non-c o n f e r e n e e games and participate in the Polson Invitational on Dec. 20-21. One of the non-conference op-'iitoii" Broncs "Dec"%" Forty-Miners, both hard hit by juries and tied with Detroit for the Western lead, clash at Baltimore. I Baltimore is favored by 6 J /i points. 17-7, last month. Clyde Conner, Bob St. Clair and Bob Holladay of the Forty-Niners are out with injuries. Conner is one of the league's top pass receivers, St. Clair is one of t h e team's top blockers and Holladay is a defensive back. Jim Mutsch- eller, Baltimore end who leads the league in touchdown catches with eight, is a doubtful starter because of an ankle injury. Detroit, with halfback Gene Ged- HELENA (UP* _ The Montana Fish and Game Department has authorized extensions of deer seasons in areas 31, 33 and 36 and elk season in a portion of area 313 on the big. game hunters';map. The commission said that hunt- Ing in these areas was scheduled to close Nov.- 24 but will now be open until further notice. Hunters were requested to check the 1957-58 big game map fer detail area description. Northern Loses Opener, 60-57 man returning to action after sitting out last week's triumph over the Forty-Niners, is in top physical condition. The Bears will play without Harlon Hill, their all- league offensive end. Athletic Commission today approved Rory Calhoun's. controversial "double knockout 1 ' victory over Bobby Boyd. Middleweight contender Calhoun ern Montana College couldn't quite narrow the gap last night and dropped the season 'opener of its basketball schedule 60-57 to the 1 University of Alberta. Forward Jack Monroe scored.20 ( " -~ ' ~ ~ , _·--..,.,, «.. . _ · » . . , , « . . u v U*4* iTAW.il A UC OtUiCtl Af\J of White .Plains, N.Y., floored. 1 points in leading the Bears to the Boyd of Chicago twice in 'the second round for a TKO at '25 seconds of that session'in their, TV- radio fight at Madison Square Garden. Despite the fact it ap- victory. Center Tom Wynne racked up 20 points for Northern. Guard Conley MacDonald scored 10 points for the Lights. A failure to sink setups proved peared referee Al Berl stopped the the difference .fight the first time Boyd went land defeat for ..,,...,,.,,, « l l l v l , down, there will be no commis-j had several opportunities to win between victory Northern which sion investigation. the game. PUT IT IN CLASSIFIED AND WATCH IT SELL ART PREVIS iound center back once again to defend the crown it captured in 1956-57. Gone are such stars as Ralph Benner, Jim Barber, Merle Jore a n d ' W a r r e n Richwinc, four swift- ies who fit the pattern of Previs' race horse style of basketball. The Chiefs finished the season the Northwest title and ponents is Anaconda Central Deer Lodge on Dec3 14. The 1957-58 schedule: Nov. 29--At Charlo. Dec. 6--Stevensville. home. Dec. 7--Hamilton, home. Dec. 13--At Deer Lodge. Dec. 14--Anaconda Central at Deer Lodge. Dec. 20-21--Poison Invitational. Jan. 3--At St. Ignatius Jan. 4--Whitefish, home. Jan. 10--Poison, home Jan. 11--At Columbia Falls. Jan. 17--Libby. home. Jan. is--At Thompson Falls. Jan. 24--Eureka, home. ' Jan. 25--At Poison. Jan. 31--Columbia Falls, home. Feb. 1--At Whitefish. Feb. 7--At Eureka. Feb. B--At Libby Feb. IS--Thompson Falls, home. Feb. 21--St. Ignatius, home. General Fishing Closes Saturday HELENA (UP)--The state's 1957 general fishing season will close next Saturday but the State Fish and Game Department says that Detroit opens a bome-and-home : *£ ^,on ^ TT r?J -TMs^^tvorSby^SoinS uuiun. me in si ot 11 Today's game 'before more' than 55,000 at Briggs Stadium and the All h o m e games start at 8 p. in. with the preliminary tilts at 6:45. Season tickets are on sale for the 11 home games, including the invitational tournament games on Dec. 21 and 21. Students will make a ,door selling effort the evening of Nov. 27. Tuesday a basketball rules clinic will be held in the Poison gym at 7:30 p. m. All fans and parents are _urged to come to the free event. iThe Pirates will give a demon- istration and new rules changes will be discussed. On Friday there will be a practice game with the Arlee High cagers at 3 p. m. The game will be free and everyone is Invited to attend. COLLEGE FOOTBALL (Friday) Furmaii 6. Davidson 2 Louisville 40, Morehead 6. Fresno State 31, Hawaii 8. return meeting Dec. 15 at Wrigley Field will go a long way toward deciding the Western champion. Cleveland, leading the New York! Giants by a half-game in the East- 1 ,'eru race, entertains the Los Ange-j les Earns. The Browns, pitting the league's stingiest defense against the circuit's top rushing game, arc 3% point choices. New York visits Chicago and is a 6% point pick to whip a Cardinal' team it downed two weeks ago at Yankee Stadium, 27-24. The Pittsburgh Steelers, trailing the Browns by two games, play host to the Green Bay Packers. Pittsburgh is favored by 3% points. The Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Hedskins, only clubs able to handle' the Browns so far this season, meet at 'Connie Mack - . i j v i i nn_ A ^ W I 4,11 west, null; tlJTJCl H t * j * * t j-*uj«i it IICILL say is in HI record' of 20 wins and three de-| m a n y waters still will be open to feats..But, one of those setbacks ianglers to P llrs Je their sport in' NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSN. (Friday) Cincinnati 102, Syracuse 98 12 Portraits (3"x5" Size) 12 Xmas Cards *14 95 * Make Appointment on or Before Dec. 1 Guest Photo Art Shop fame at the hands of Whitefish in the championship game of divisional tournament at Poison and cost them a trip to the state meet at Great Falls. off-season months. V/inter fishing for Whitefish only. starts Dec. 1 and will end March' 31, the department said. The snagging of soekeyo salmon will be permitted through Dec. 15 in wa- t-ilhe regulations. 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