The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 25, 1957 · Page 5
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I Utah Needs Win to Take Skyline Redskins Face Aggies In Turkey Day Contest Wildlife Club Organizes New Committee At the regular meeting of Flathead Wildlife, Inc., Thursday night, president Bob Sykes announced the creation o£ a new committee labeled "Dam and industrial Development Committee." The purpose of I SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (UP)--! tions to pass Bob Newman of ,,_:- =,.L_ r,^^ ..., , . , . iPlenty of tempting side dishes are Washington State in. that depart- expected to attract turkey day foot- ment. Newman has 104 completions while the Ute ace has ,86. Grosscup also needs an accurate afternoon to retain his percentage of .694. The collegiate record for percentage of passes completed in a season is .641 held by Paul Lar- Out-of-Staters Bag Four Elk this committee 85'ke.s pointed out 3s to investigate the effects of any proposed industrial development or new dams upon the habitat of fish and wildlife. Sykes, in his opening talk be- ball fans this Thanksgiving holiday as the surprise-filled Skyline Conference grid races comes to a close. fore the group cited an erroneous There are two traditional Thanks- conclusion held by some that a giving battles on the schedule and conservation group is dedicated as a deterent'to progress and development. Pointing oiit that'Flathead Wildlife, Inc., which hopes to have against Utah at Salt Dake City a thousand members at the close and the other finds Denver Unior t h i s year, consists of average versity hosting Wyoming, citizens of the Flathead area. 1 Two Saturday contests will end Sykes quoted tiie National Con-! the campaign. Brigham Young both are sure to provide the usual son, former California star, amount of fireworks. One turkey Little Stuart Vaughan, Gross- day contest sends Utah State i cup's favorite target, also must catch nine passes to break the national record of 57 set" by Ed Brown of Fordham, The Aggies likely will also do SJP some ' throwing with quarterback scrvation Pledge and affirmed'travels to New Mexico in the final Bobby Winters, next to Grosscup t h a t working with the State Fish nml Game department; facts and league encounter on the slate and Colorado State University takes in the Skyline passing race, doing ihe. tossing. The contest is the 56th renewal of a colorful series. Utah won last year 29-7. The last time Utah predictable Aggies to put the frost- State won was in 1954. Service] ing o n - t h e Skyline championship Arch rivals Wyoming and Den- figures would he thoroughly, on the Air Force" Academy in a studied before a stand would be non-conference game. taken toward any new industrial; Utah needs a .win over the un- project. Bob Morgan. Forest. THE INTER LAKE, Monday, November 25, T957 5- Baltimore Breaks Knot, Takes Lead By EARL WRIGHT United Pre-is Sporjs Writer Jim Brown's best sport is lacrosse, but don't be surprised if this fabulous athlete sparks the Cleveland Browns to the National Football League's Eastern Division title. Brown, rookie Hirsch and Art Hauser's "29-yard scoring dash with a Brown fumble helped the Rams take a 28-17 lead in the third quarter. Then Don Colo and Bob Gain, Cleveland's 260-pound defensive tackles, teamed with Plum, Brown Syracuse, scored four touchdowns and set a single game N.F.L. rushing record of 237 yards yesterday as Cleveland rallied to whip the Los Angeles Rams, 45-31. Brown scored on slashes of 69, one, one and Lew Carpenter to stun the fullback from Rams with two touchdowns in 53 seconds. Milt Plum, who directed five touchdown drivers, ended a 66'yarder when Brown plunged a yard. Colo then pounced on a Van Brocklin fumble on the Ram seven to set up another Brown one- and three yards. He also set up,yarder. Gain's recovery of a fum- Cleveland's last -touchdown with a ' ble set up Brown's three-yard 46-yard run as he boosted his j lunge to make it 38-28 and Brown league-leading rushing total to then ran 46 to set up Carpenter's representative, was featured in an interesting talk on the Forest Serv- cake. Should the Utes lose and ver clash with third place in. the BYU win, the Cougars sneak in as champions. would conference standings going to the While | winner. Two years ago when the most fans don't expect the first two teams met at DU stadium the Pioneers scored a disputed touch- ice '·Operation Outdoors" program. "Operation Outdoors" is pri-'place Redskins to lose to the last marily a recreational program place Aggies, Coach Jack Curtice j down at the end of the game and recognized as needed due to in- isn't taking Utah State lightly. He 'won 6-3. The contest touched off creased use of National Forests knows they possess the most de- one of the biggest rhubarbs in for recreation and for which lim-jceivlng record in the Skyline. A Skyline history, itecl funds became available last j win for the Utes would give them I s---.INE STANDINGS July. their fourth title in eight yearsi Part one of (his program, Mor- under Cactus Jack, gan stated is an increase to 191; One thing is certain in the Ute-j jjjifghiim'"Young"""'.-'.! 4 i units, consisting of picnic tables'Aggie clash -- the air will be full Wyoming -.-.'.- - 3 1 nnd fire places in 27 areas of the of footballs. Deadeye Lee Gross- Flathead. The second phase of the program ·will consist of improving and main- t a i n i n g wildlife habitat. Morgan stated that since the tourist business has become the third largest business in the nation, ranking only behind agriculture and industry, increased facilities for c a m p i n g and recreation in the national forests of the Flathead are needed and should conrtibute substantially to a growing number of vacationers. John Buhmillcr showed a number of colored slide pictures taken by members of the Flatheatl Camera Club in Glacier Park. Many of these slides were prize winners within the club and all were evi- cup W L T 1 0 2 4 2 2 3 0 the nation's best per- Colorado State U. .._ 2 5 » I Montana - 2 ~ a w L T 5 4 0 4 3 2 2 3 4 5 -5 4 ' HIVE LUCKY HUNTERS display antlers from elk bagged at the upper end of the Soufh Fork recently while on a hunting trip. Four elk, a black bear, a wolverine and a mule deer were shot during the trip. From left to right, Fred Caiderwood, Moward Pontious, Leo Dahring, Chet Dahring and Lee Brown. Caiderwood and the Dahring brothers are from Michigan, Pontious is from Indiana while Brown is from Kallspell and served as the guide. 769 yards in 161 tries. Brown bettered the old one- game rushing high of 223 yards set last year by Tom Wilson of the Bams. Brown, a 220-pounder who runs 100 yards in 10 seconds, propelled the Browns to their highest point-total since 1954 as they retained their half-game lead over the New York Giants. New York, defending league and second touchdown of the game. The Browns, who confused the Rams in the 1955 title game by passing from a double-wing formation, used their famed fullback trap plays yesterday. The Ram linebackers were slashing into the Cleveland backfield from the outside to smother the quarterback. Meanwhile, Mike McCormack and Cleveland's other of- n New Series Pcsctf centage passer needs 19 comple-iS\° a '^ taat ^;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;; J 2 7 2 6 7 o.- PHILADELPHIA (UP)-- Army and ed the Chicago Cardinals, 28-21. The Giantscgot all their points in the first half. BALTIMORE OUT FRONT While the Browns and Giants whirled toward a Dec. 15 clash, By uniied Press , lacing'' that the Tigers, who are the Baltimore Colts broke a first- Oregon's Ducks were certain to- considered a top no:ch Independent; P lace tie with the San Francisco eastern champion, s t u m b l e d , fensive linemen sprung Brown through a poor second half for the I loose up the middle. On his 69- third straight Sunday but defeat- yard run, Brown dropped the ball, Army-Navy Game in Spotlight By JOHN GRIFFIN United Press Spoils Writer The drama of the Army-Navy game, with a possible bowl bid at stake, sets the style for a double- barrelled program of showdown games winding up the 1957 college football season this week. "With Duke officially named yester- ^.TM TM**?TM;** va L} n "!! Probab* ge^ Sugar": all four howl bids. Texas AM (4-1-0) meets Texas on Thursday's turkey day card \and Rice (also 4-1-0) meets Baylor Saturday. If both contenders win, they tie for the Southwest Conference crown and Rice goes to Cotton with the Aggies probably to the Sugar. If one wins while the other loses, winner gets Navy have signed a three-year re- day of P la - yin S Onio state in the on the coast, had taken since get- Forty-Niners and Detroit Lions to " ' " "" newal of their contract to play their annual football game in Philadelphia. Mayor Richardson Dilworth said the schools have taken an option on the use of the 98,000 seat Mu- a to there two years in succession. which prohibits a team go fornia 12 years ago. Oregon State, which was thumped by Iowa in the Pasadena saucer last January, clipped the Webfoots, "It confirms what I said before picked it up on the bounce and sped for the season's longest scoring play from scrimmage. Jim, one of the world's lop all- around athletes, is at his best in lacrosse, the Indian game that is more rugged than football. MATSON SCORES TWICE Charley Conerly's scoring passes to Frank Gifford and Kyle Rote and Alex Webster's two short the game," said Coach Jackl l a s t 47 seconds gave the Colts a (Moose) Myers of the battered' 2 ''-? 1 victory over the F o r t y - Bengals. "Arizona State is the' N i n e r s - Tne Chicago Bears gave nicipal Stadium for 1981, 1952 and 1Q - 7 ' on Saturday with a 17-yard best in the west And u wag the : Baltimore a big assist by upsetting 1953. , field goal by Ted Searle deciding best team we have f a c e d since w e |the Detroit Lions, 27-7, .behind things late in the third period. lost to UCLA in 1955 " ' e and Hick Cas- Navy Adds Three into a tie wi:h Oregon State for .. """ """"".^ - u " .. , , - i t . i- '-, -n T i t n e Sun Devils raced first place in the final Pacific Left halfback Bob Mulgado of,--' running. to three ,, , , - , , . . . . ,, touchdowns as Arizona State roar-! a blow at Pittsburgh's slim hopes Coast Conference standings but; ed off tQ a 34 . Q , ead Tho of overtaking Cleveland and New Orange Bowl at Miami, Fla., four iviiuc me UUK--I lubus, wuiuei gdb __ _ · . · , · , - , . , _ /i o» i. ' eu OI1 'Q » a*-u nauume ieaa. mo "*· "·-» -- o title and Cotton Bowl berth, loser, 1601115 tO ScHedUI© «ie technicality bars Oregon State triumph was the ninth o£ t n e ; York by downing the Steelers, 27- probably gets Sugar. which also has a better seasonal . ., , l n ,i- f _,, f p f i T n m n p l l O , on touchdowns by Bart Starr, I major bowl berths still are to be in addition, w i i n e u -, iu Thursday or Satur . dence that the Camera Club d o e s , * , .,, ,,.,___=,,- fivp ma1nr rnn . some outstanding photography of our natural scenery. Pioneer League Will. Meet* Su day will determine five major conference champions. Meanwhile, Navy is expected to get and accept the other Cotton Bowl spot if it beats Army in Philadelphia's big game Saturday. Also iat stake in what promises to be a (high-powered ANNAPOLIS, Md. (UP) -- Navy! record from the bowl. It will be has added Maryland, Michigan, Tu-' 1 lane and Boston University to a 1958 Oregon's first junket there in 37 years. Arizona (Tempe) State rocked in the Cotton and Sugar bowls and the champs in. the Southeastern, Southwest, Southern, Skyline and Border leagues. football schedule that will also in'- lW est Coast football circles Satur- the" Lanibert cluclc ·Pennsylvania, Notre Dame,! clay night by walloping College of I the Pacific, 41-0. It was the worst Titans who close out a big year next Saturday against weak Arizona. That just about rang down the curtain on the West Coast football take . a . one-game lead in the western race. John Unitas' eight- yard pass to Alan Ameche in the' plunges produced New York's touchdowns at Chicago. Ollie Matson scored twice on passes for the Cardinals, one play covering 75 yards and the other 62. Y. A. Tittle, who, threw a 19- yard touchdown pass to Billly Wilson, gave the Forty-Niners a 21- The Green Bay Packers struck 20 lead with his second half-yard scoring plunge in the final minutes at Baltimore. But Unitas then capped an 82-yard march with his victory pass to Ameche. Lenny Moore and L. G. Dupre also scored Ed Brown's passes and Hick Cas- for the undefeated Tempe I 1 0 - on touchdowns by Bart Starr, Howie Ferguson and Babe Parilli. Rookie quarterback Sonny Jurgensen threw scoring passes of 61 and 36 yards to rookie Tommy McDonald to help the Philadelphia 'SALT LAKE CITY (UP) .-- Directors of the three-state Pioneer League will conduct their annual winter meeting Sunday at Colorado Springs, Colo., according to Claude Engberg, president of the organization. Engberg said the meeting would be held in conjunction with the major and minor league confabs scheduled Dec. 2-6 in the Colorado city. Top item to be considered by leaders of the class C circuit is realignment in the event Salt Lake City leaves the loop to enter the Pacific Coast League. Still to be picked are both t e a m s - t ^ h emblematic of easte rn grid,George Washington and Army. tho rWfnn nnri Simsrr hnvvlc nnrl supremacy. . !~ Mississippi can't be caught by any bowl-eligible team in the Southeast, , _ , . , , , crn Conference and is certain to be , After a formful Saturday when only,^ fiome bowl Q , e Mjss a]so wiu t one of the;nations top 10 teams, the le ^ if it beats MJ is _ ninth-ranked Notre Dame, was beaten (and then by eighth-ranked Iowa, 2H31, here's how the major bowls are lining up: SAN FRANCISCO (UP) --llingsen's battery-mate in the pow- 1*IU, 1,'Oiil \iil L-llv: »1 t-3U ^xt»Cli3ii J.UVJIUC111. , . . --- · fortunes for 1957. However, there Eagles upset the Washington Redskins in the other game, 21-12. Norm Van Brocklin's two touchdown passes to Elroy (Crazy-Legs) still are some games on hand. Next Saturday, in addition to the USC-Notre Dame traditional at South.Bend, San Jose State is at Hawaii while Arizona State Idy's in wait for Arizona. for the Colts. Casares scored twice and Bobby Watkins once while George Blanda kicked two field goals for the Bears: But it was Brown's dutch passes that kept them, moving at Detroit. Gene . Gcdman gave Detroit a short-lived first period lead. Rose -- Ohio St. vs. Oregon. Orange -- Oklahoma vs. Duke. sippi State Saturday and bowl-in- UCLA, which rounded out an im- erful Washington State air attack, | eligible Auburn loses to Alabama. For the other league titles L VMI can clinch the Southern Conference by beating Virginia Tech, but a loss gives it to West Virginia; Utah can Cotton -- Rice or Texas AM vs. clinch the Skyline by beating Utah pressive season despite crippling Pacific Coast Conference penalties, landed two players on the United Press All-Pacific Coast football team which was announced today, of Washington.. was named to thn first string back- Joe Jim Shanley of Oregon and Jim Jones. field. Joining him were Francis of Oregon State, Left end Dick Wallen, a tre-; Navy or Mississippi. Sugar -- Rice or Texas AM vs. Mississippi. Three games will probably settle IPS Hurley Has Chance To Play With Pro Football Cardinals State Thursday, but a Brigham Young a chance by beating New Mexico; and Arizona (Tempe) St. needs to beat Arizona to avoid a Border title tie with West Texas State." Auburn and Arizona State both will be trying to finish as the na- First string center went to Marv Bobcat Wrestlers Set for Season ·BOZEMAN --Montana State Col- Poison Outdoors Plans Work P 0 L S O N ' (ILNS)--Following lengthy discussions on conservation measures and hunting regulations at the regular meeting last marks by tPOI members,' it was assured that the resolutions committee will ask for a shorter season in 1958, with possibly the same bag limit of three cocks, and the ac- loss gives mendous pass-interceptor as well Bergmann of tne Huskies while' le g e ' s wrestling team, which com-, work up reso iutions and suggestions ce to win as receiver, and right tackle Bill ,, M n n f i 3 i B « V P fir P nlnr fromlPiled a 5-1 record last season, o*ens relative tn mieratorv bird'and Chi* Harry Mondale, the fireplug , . , _ Leeka were the Bruins named U o Jh Brackins o£ O re- lts 1957-58. slate here Saturday, Dec. " ' ^ «""·«-*· c~..i, T-\«T.«*« n T : « n « ttlp Don Ellingsen, son of Washing- gon State won the guard spots. ton State's "Tuffy" Ellingsen who' Troy Barbee of Stanford was made history there 25 years ago, paired with Leeka at tackle to be tion's only major unbeaten and im- j_] le Cougars. fltU-J f/aorvif A II trtlrl llirt * ' i-\«w F.-I .-«(· ' nailed down the other wing for lied teams. All told, the "perfect record" list now is down to 16 teams, 13 of which have ended their season. j MISSOULA (Special) -- It's not :4!\r FRANrrsro (UP) ,,;often that a football player who left! SAN FRANCISCO (UP) ~ t he state to pursue the gridiron! Haavyweight Eddie Machen will be t { , opportunity to return' out of action for six weeks due to to his home town to perform with a slight fracture in his right hand, a professiona i te am. suffered as he pouhded Hurricane Terrence. Hurley, 22, son Jackson about the head in their [ o £ Mr _ and Mrg T[ - ORias j; Hurley bout last week, trainer Mario 2Mg Sunnyslde Chicag0j a nd veter- Spampinato said today. Machen's left hand also suffered minor injury. Lqkers Suffer Ninth Straight By United Press The Minneapolis Lakers, once the Duck Hours SCHEDULE ZONE 1 This schedule applies to the following counties: Lincoln, Flathead, Sanders, Lake. Mineral,. Missoula, Granite and Bavalli. Data Start Slop Nov. 18 7:20 a.m. f 5:00 p.m. Goose season end! West of Continental sociation, d r o p p e d straight game last night and dug Jerry Kramer, Idaho an end for Montana University, the |pr ide of the National Basketball As- opportunity came when the Chicago · ·· - Cardinals offered Terry a contract this week. The Cardinals drafted Hurley last year when his original class graduated from school. Whether Huurley, who graduates Quarterback Bob Newman, El- the only Indian represented on a 7 against South Dakota Mines. The Bobcats twice defeated the! South Dakota grapplers last year, 33-5 and 30-7. The match with the Miners will first team dominated by the North- climax the tow-day Montana Ama- wcst. jteur wrestling clinic to -be held at SAN FRANCISCO (UP) squad for 1857: / · H FIRST TEAM Kome School Wt. Ht. Age Class Dick Wallen, .UCLA 18S Don Elliiigson, Wash. St. _1GO Bill Leeka. UCLA -...204 6-0 Troy Barbee, Stanford ....218 6-1 Hai-ry Mondale. Oregon .._198 5-G Jim Brackins, Oregon St. 195 G-0 Marv Bergmann, Wash.. 214 16-3 Bob Newman, Wash. St. 190 6-2 Jim Shanley. Oregon 170 5-B Joe Francis, Ore. St. 19b 6-1 Jim Jones. Wash 1'JB G-l SECOND TEAM The United Press All-Pacific Coast football Pos. Ends Tackles Guards Center Backs ,, Hometown G-0 20 Junior, Alhambra, Calif. 6-10 in Junior, Spokane. Wash. 19 Junior, Temple City, Calif. 20 Junior, San Diego 26 Senior, Eugene, Ore. Gary Van Galder, Stanford .Ron Stover, Oregon tlipir ninth i T e d Bales, Oregon State tneir nmm Dave j esmeri Oregon state themselves a bit deeper into western division cellar. Tom' Gola, playing his second game, since returning from the Army, sparked Philadelphia to -a ry Ca t h p ' A l Carr, Arizona State IL Merl Hitzel. Washington St. Jack Douglas, Stanford Bob Mulgado, Arizona State Chuck Shea, Stanford Jack Morris, Oregon Ends Tackles Guards Center Backs 20 Junior, Redlands, Calif. 20 Soph, Camas. Wash. 21 Junior, El Cerrito, Calif. 21 Senior, North Bend, Ore. 21 Senior. Honolulu, T.H. 21 Senior, Tacoma, Wash. THIRD TEAM Ron Wheatcroft. California Larry Aldrich, Idaho Dick Dav, Washington Bill Striegel, COP Proverb Jacobs, Calif. · Frank Fibrentino, USC Buzz Randall, Oregon St. Tom Flores, COP Null Beamer, Oregon St. Jack Crabtree. Oregon in June with a degree in business 105-98 victory over the Lakers at. administration, can parlay this .op- Camden, N.J., as the Warriors i portunity into' a berth on the pro · club, depends; of course, on the Luther Carr, Wash. Leon Burton, Arizona St. (Crabtree Carr and Burton polled same nximber of voles). Dec. 6-7. Coach Keith Bowen has 17 wrestlers working out daily, including three lettermen. The letter winners are Ray Wiman, 123 pounds, Boze- week. Poison Outdoors. Inc. ap- quirement of more adequate cover pointed a resolutions^ cominiftee to'to protect the birds during the nesting, hunting and winter seasons. In an earlier resolution PIO asked the fish and game department to close the pheasant season in the lower Flathead Valley after the first week of hunting. The single Canadian goose bag limit together with the staggered relative to migratory bird and Chi' nese pheasant hunting. committee, headed by Leonard Newgard will prepare the resolutions for presentation at the Montana Wildlife Federation meeting in Kalispell Jan. 10 anl 11. Following ^VU.Llt?|Jdl. tl til*. -*V» U4il ·*.-*·· J- V / i A U l T Hlg, i «·«* »· ivj^jt*.!!*,!. I I t i l l V i i V i *J» **-O O *·* ^- ** a report on the pheasant season byjgoose and duck closings met with president Leland Schoonover and re- Pep Faces Trial man; Delbert Pasha, 130 pounds, , Tf f TPA ' f/ a ' ' UP) ~JL°. r m « r Bozeraan, and Ev McGlothin, 157 eathenyeight champ Willie Pep omrnds. Sheridan. Wv« faC6S tnal ml . reckless . dnvin pounds, Sheridan, Wyo. ·Bowen has four matches lined up for the Bobcat matmen and may schedules matches with North Dakota State, Minnesota State Teachers' of Fargo and Ricks College, Rexburg, Idaho. charges because his car injured an 83-yar-old pedestrian last Thursday. NEW WHITE SOCKER CHICAGO (UP) -- Charles Cav- The schedule"-- Dec. 7 -- South anau S h . 21-year-old outfielder Dakota Mines, Bozeman; Jan. 18 -quadrangular at South Dakota Mines with host school. South Dakota State and Casper Junior College"; Feb. 1 -- Alberta, Can., here; Feb. 15 -- at Brigham Young. from Gloucester, Mass., has signed with the Chicago White Sox' Duluth-Superior farm club in the Northern League. Cavanaugh hit .396 for the Little Rock, Ark., Air Force team this year. Divide Nov. 25 _ 7:30 a.m. 4:54 p.m. Nov. 26 7:31 a.m. . 4:54 p.m. Nov. 27 7:32 a.m. 4:53 p.m. Nov. 28 7:34 a.m. 4:53 p.m. Nov. 29 ,, _ 7:35 a.m. 4:52 p.m. Nov. 30 ,, _ 7:36 a.m. 4:51 p.m. Dec. I _.... 7:315 a.m. 4:43 p.m. Dec. 2 ........J 7:37 a.m. ' 4MB p.m. Dec. 3 7:38 a.m. '4:4B.p.m. Goose, isason end* east of Continental Divide. . Dec. 4 7:33 a.m. 4:48 p.m. Dec. 5 __- -- 7:40 a.m. 4:48 p.m. nee. 6 ,, 7:41 a.m. 4:47 p.m ) Dec. 7 __ 7:43 a.m. 4:47 p.m. Dec. 8 7:44 a.m. 4:47 p.m. Dec. 9 _...... 7:45 a.m. 4:47 p.m. Dec. 10 7:46 a.m. 4:47 p.m. Dec. 11 - 7:47 a.m. 4:47 p.m. Dec. 12 _.. 7:48 a.m. 4:47 p.m. Dec. 13 _ 7:48 a.m. 4:47 p.m. Dec. 14 .-.. 7:49 a.m. ... 4:47 p.m. Dec. 15 7:50 a.m. ' 4:47 p.m. 'Deo. 16 .....: 7:51 a.m. 4:46 p.m. Dec. 17 _ 7:52 a.m. Dec. 18 7:53 a.m. level of competition at the tryout camp and Hurley's ability. The 6-4, 190-pound offensive star snapped a four-game losing Streak .of their own. .The Lakers trailed through most of the game and finally managed to go ahead, 82-81 with eight-and-a- for the Grizzlies, said this week that'half minutes remaining but Gola the Cardinals were most interested in his pass receiving abilities. Hurley, as a sophomore, ranked fifth in the nation in pass reception with 25 for 431 yards and two. touchdowns. The Grizzlies lacked a strong then took o\er and his brilliant passes enabled Philadelphia to overtake the slumping Lakers. '',. Neil Johnston paced the Warriors' attack with 28 points while Gola had 20. Dick Carmaker was high man for the Lakers with 28 points passer when Hurley was a junior and Vern Mikelsen had 21; WATERFOWL SEASON ENDS 4:45 p.m'.lti 4:45 ri.m I . and his season total fell off to 20 receptions. This season, splitting the reception duties with another but- standing 'receiver, Larry Myers, Hurley snagged 16 arelals for 154 yards. His career total is 61 recep- for 789 yards and five touch- Non-Skier Resigns As Ski President BUTTE ; .(UP) -- The secretary of the Butte ski club, Skyles E. (Buck) Runser, resigned from his office Saturday after spending 18 years at the bottom of skiing hills. ;. Runser had neve£ participated in skiing races, as "a matter of fact he had never had a pair ; of skis on. 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 PUMl»S Call SK 6-3164 or SK 6-3521 DALE E. PHILLIPS ATTENTION Inter-State Truck Operators Clayton Brown and Frank Disney i , ' representing the Montana Motor Transport Association, Inc., of Billings, Montana, will be at the Vacationer Motel, Kalispell, November 25 and 26 to assist all truck operators with applications for licensing and pro-ration for 1958. In holiday dress for gracious giving t Remove the commercial label ...give a handsomer present! 4/5 Qt. Cod* No. 40-D tha 9O proof straight botiHaoni you can give ^' or serve f\ V T · 160 iPt. Cod* No. 40-C NATIONAL Century Club STRAIGHT BOURBONWHISKEY LLE'RS PRODUCTS COMPANY. NEW YORK . STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY, SO PROOF vigorous opposition, and it was expected that the committee would ask for a two goose daily bag limit and similar closing date for all migratory birds. In another conservation move. Roy Cramer was appointed to head a committee to work on the problem of predator eradication, involving immediate action against skunks, magpies and crows. The next regular meeting of (he club will be Dec. 3. NEED A BETTER RIDING CAR? Test-drire a '58 Stndetafcert Discover for yourself the ex-' dusive Luxury-Level rids of Sttthbtker's variable rate front coil sprinting. Studebaker- Packard KALISPELL SERVICE CO. 401 first AVWMM EMI » Kalispcll, Ment. .

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