-4 THE INTER LAKE, Tuesday,. November 26, 1957 Weekend Opens Brand New Cage Season TM ' Â· " . , . ' ' ^^P Duke, Campy Receive Cuts LOS ANQELES (UP) -- Catcher Roy Campanelia and outfielder Duke Snider took pay cuts in signing their 1958 contracts with the Los Angeles Dodgers. The two yesterday became the second and third players to sign: these merry madcaps of the hard- up since the club made Los An- wood are a bunch of fun-Wing j Dig Those Crazy Clowns! Those Crazy Casaba comics, thejlhen when the game whistle blows- Harlem Clowns, will be in town to- you can expect gags right from the night to entertain local basektball.beginning, along with enough really fans--so prepare for an evening of laughs! Game time is 8 p.m. at Flathead County High School gymnasium. The opponent? The House of David. great basketball to make It one of the most interesting evenings imaginable. Admission is $1.25 for adults and 75 cents for students. geles its new home. Dodger Vice President E. J. (Buzzy) Bavasi said Carnpanella took a cut because of a "personally disappointing" season last year and that Snider received a "token cut." like the night one of the Clowns borrowed a camera from a fan and took own picture. And there was the night that a college coach suddenly sent in men Clowns met "SURE SHOT KEN" is what fhey call Ken AAcBride, 6-4 forward on the Harlem Clowns. McBride averaged over 20 points per game for the Har- !em Clowns in some contests during the 1956-57 season. Exact terms of the new con r comic routines of clown basketball tracts were not revealed, but Bavasi indicated Snider would receive around $42,000 a year as the highest paid player with the-Dodgers, while Carnpanella would receive in the neighborhood of $36,000. Dodger captain Peewee Reese signed a month ago In keeping with the tradition of being the first player to renew his contract. In explaining the pay cuts for Snider and Gampanelli, Bavasi said: ' - I "We felt tHat we didn't win the pennant, and that the boys should take a cut along the line --even though Duke had a good seas6n." Steeler Prexy Will Vote Yes ^ _ PITTSBURGH (UP) -- Pittsburgh plusia lot" of"impromptu' stuff'. ~They steelers T resident Art Rooney will often concoet gags as they go along, iy ote "^ es " v]len Nalional Football League owners meet next Monday youngsters who play their audience, for laughs from the the time they romp out on the floor until they leave the court spinning basketballs on forefinger tips. The Harlem Clowns stage all the to consider full recognition for the players association. . Rooney told the United Press last night he was in favor of any move from the stands. The last two minutes of this game was quite a merry mixup. their status. The conditions for recognition which NFL commissioner Bert Bell will present to the owners ui Phila- act takes over the referee's MO LUCK AT ALL DURHAM, N- C. (NEA)--pukes nine football seniors will be grad r uated without having been on a team thai beat Georgia Tech. delphja Monday already have been Fans get a big laugh out of the m e t by the'steelers,'pooney said Jt^vvhen one of the Harlem^ Clowns] The steelers president "said Bell's __r ._ ,_u -- bg recom jtj e pdatjpns, as outlined in two bulletins, include a minimum player salary of $5,000 a year, payment of all medical and hospital expanses in case of injury and a minimum never calls fouls on the opposina (earn--he calls them on his' teammates for such violations as ''Traveling without a suitcase!" or "Funny Â§tuff." Then the regular referee is usually called on to take a free shot. payment of ',$50 for each exhibition game. "The Steelers employ no player When the Harlem Clowns play -- under $5,000, always have paid raed- the fun starts as Soon as fhey'come.leal'bills aad had 's"$50 exhibition put on the floor'--a fast warmup "'"" " - - Â· Â· - " " routine, followed by a lot of tricky stuff and fancy ball' handling and pay tiiis year," he said. "I will vote for recognition if it comes up Monr day." ' Kansas Looks To Mitchell LAWRENCE, Kan. (UP)r-Cau- tious athletic director A.C. (Dutch) Lonborg today admitted he has asked '"Jack Mitchell here 'for an interview," but denied that the Arkansas mentor and native Kansan had an inside track on the vacated Jayhawk coaching job. Louborg said Mitchell would probably arrive tomorrow for "one of several such planned interviews. I've talked with a lot of coaches in the past few days, many of them in confidence. We have no target date on hiring a new coach, but I personally Would like it to be as soon as possible." I From Fayetteville, Ark., last night, it was reported Mitchell Would meet with Lonborg in Kahsas City, Mo., either today or tomorrow. A Kansas spokesman, extremely close to the athletic department, said Mitchell's hiring was merely a matter o fthfce. The source, unidentified on request, said "(he deal apparently has been cut and dried for weeks." Mitchell, a f o r m e r Oklahoma great, denied any interest in the Kansas job shortly after the resignation of. Coach, eharlcs Matheir~ and | five assistants, 3ct 31. ' However, he admitted yesterday he would be Interested^ in leaving 'Arkaiisa(!t' pnly to "take a job in a state wherie I was raised and have ma"ny~frlends." At the same time, the ' handsome Razorback mentor said foe had not beett offered tie' Jayhjwfc pf5i' as! yet " ' " Nine Games in Flathead, Braves Go to WhjtefisK BY DON PLARSKI I Coach Spencer Koppang has five Inter Lake Sports Editor I lettermen'back from the 1956-57 The 1957-58 basketball season ' S 9Â« ad - They arc John Albreeht, gets off to a rousing start Friday i night and keeps the fans in a tizzy again Saturday night as nine games are scheduled for Flathead Valley Roger 6-3 senior; Milt Knudsen, 5-11 senior; Joe Moody, 5-9 senior; Gerald Brunelle, 5-6 senibr; and 5 ' 10 teams. From now through the final Bigfork,- a member of the Class C District 13 Conference, opens night of the class AA state bas- lts season at Eureka Friday night ketball tournament cage teams- wilh tne tw Â° coaches directing will see action every weekend.! their teams for the first time al- Even the weekends sandwiching though Paul Milam of Bigfork ia Christmas and New Year's pay no stranger to Eureka, having will not be missed as the two holl- coached the class B ieam last days fall on Wednesdays. i season. Jim McCauley is the new- Perhaps the biggest curtain comer at Eureka. Lettermen at Bigfork are Wayne raiser is at Whitefish where the Bulldogs of Coach Rollie Schauble tangle with the Flathead County Harness, 5-11 senior; Mike Doek- stader, 6 T 2 senior; Royal Hanson, Aps ?fiiNG RESULTS GEORGE ANDERSON of the House of David basketball team brings his whiskered basketball team to town to p l a y the famous Harlem Clowns tqnighf at Flafhead County High School gymnasium at 8. George says his team is the best in years. Menu (Sports) High School Braves Friday night. 5-11 senior; Skip Gillespie, 5rll Last year Flathead, a class AA senior; Bob Nichols, 6-1 senior; school and member of the Big 10, Arnold- Haag, 6-0 junior, and Skip took both ends of the .two game Samuels, 5-8 senior. series from the Bulldogs, mem-| Tne fjna i wday nlght gama bers of the Class B Northwest * lnds Ronan last Bason's North- Conference. west conference champ, playing Both teams have a good nucleus at Ch ^. lo j^ ^ 'non^onfe,rence of veterans returning for another year of bounce and dribble Warfare. Flathead has seven letter- game. In fact, alj games this .weekand. are nqn-c6nfereiiee Affairs. A Make It An All-Electric Christmas! You'll find ideal gifts for everyone at your electric appliance dealer's men to offer this season. T h e y j coach Art Previs at Ronan are Frank Cabbage, 3-li^ *en-, I(?an toward leU6rmen Loren Clary, lor; Bob Durado, 6-0 senior; Den- 5 . n senior; Jbrry B enli eU, 5-10 |nis Olson, 5-8 senior; Dave Tinney, senior; K enneth shacher; 5- sen- 6-3 senior; Les Chapm, 6-5 senior; ' ' " Harvey Sterner, 6-0 senior; and Jim Meacham, 511 junior. AH CAGE MENU FRIDAY FJathead at WhifeHsh Loyola (Missoula) at Columbia Falls. Ronan at Cliarlo Bigfork at Eureka. SATURDAY Whltefish at Flathead Chotean at Columbia Falls Poison at Dillon Lyola (Missoula) at Libby Bigfork at Columbia Falls 'B" lor; and Vic HavlovJcJc, 6-1 for the bulk of the scoring with underclass prospects working jnto have lettered two years with the the p 9t ' tern of ' the race horse exception of Cabbage who has p rev j s favors. ' lettered tliree Umes. ' Pojson journeys to Dillon'Satur- Others who will be counted on n ig ht ior its first g^me of heavily by Coach Ralph Berg- strbm are Bob Best, 6-1 senior; Mike Lavin, 6-3W senior; Mike Huggins, 5-llVfe sophomore; Pudge James, 5-7 sophomore; Bob Hoist, 5-11 junior and Ken ChrisUson, the season. Coach To^i Kingsford's cagers are headed by six lettermen. They are Loyfl ifar- reid, 6-0 serjior; Gary Ba.ertsch, 5-5 senior; Jay Hess, 6-Q senior; Dave Haight, 6-4 junior; Herb 5-10 junior DuCharme, 5-5 junior; and Kenny Whitetah has five veterans back Newgardt Q.Q junior. " from a team that represented the Northwest Conference In the state tournament at Great Falls last season. They are Jim Baker, 6-1 senior; Doug Knapton, 6-0 senior; Dick Stoll, 5-7 senior; Gordon Conn, 5-10Vij senior; and Daji Paolini, 5-10Vfc Junior. 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