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ARCHIE COCHRANE MOTORS YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER wide-open running and passing attack. Although Bjorgum's boys are bruised and sore from their bat- tering last week, they came out of the game without any serious injuries and should be in top- notch shape this week end. Following the Carroll fray Fri- day, the Hornets open a three- game home schedule which will pit them against Butte Mines, Spearfish Teachers and Dickinson Teachers. ROYAL THE Standard Typewriter in Portable Size PETERSON TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 2807 1st Ave. N. - Phone 3626 Meet the gang at HARRY'S after the game or dance. Open 'til 1:15 a.m. Saturdays By Robert Carbone With the benefit of one more game under their belt and definite weight adanvtage, Eastern's win- less Hornets enter their third road contest this Friday against the snappy Carroll College Saints at Helena. After watching the terrific per- formance of Christianson and Sternhagen, Carroll's scatbacks, against Rocky here last week, the Hornets realize that despite their lack of \beef\ Carroll will be tough. Sparked by the running of these two lads, the Saints dumped Rocky 38-20. The Hornets will again be look- ing for their first win, and will need a victory to stay in the run- ning for Montana Small College Conference honors. All week pigskin mentor, Oscar Bjorgum, has worked down the rough spots that showed up in the South Dakota Mines game last Friday. In addition he is work- ing on strong defensive patterns in an effort to bottle up Caroll's HOOP SEASON AHEAD Basketball practice sessions got under way at Eastern Wednesday under the watchful eye of \Shorty\ Alterowitz, head hoop mentor. Fifty candidates reported for the initial session, and from this array of talent, Alterowitz will choose his '49-50 squad. With 21 conference games and the possibility of a tournament at Powell, Wyo., during the Christ- mas week all ready on the sche- dule, the Hornets face a busy season. Students contacted for work with Homecoming Committee are expected to service will- ingly and cooperatively. Re- member, Homecoming is for everyone at Eastern. BILLINGS' FRIENDLIEST BROADWAY BOWL 120 North Broadway ilm..••••••• • ■■■ •- YOUNG FASHIONS for YOUNG BUDGETS 1 29th & 1st Ave. North October 19, 1949 EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Page Four Buzzers Leave for Carroll YELLOWJACKETS TRY FOR WIN Hardrockers Undermine Eastern's Yellowjackets By Earl Halvorson A determined, but badly out- classed band of Yellowjacket gridders went down to defeat at the hands of the Hardrockers from South Dakota School of Mines last Saturday by the score of 48-6. EASTERN'S lone tally came in the fourth quarter when Halfback Rudy Firm intercepted a Deney to Smith pass and loped 33 yards to score standing up. A bad pass from center stopped the Hornets' chance of making the extra point. South Dakota's halfbacks, Wel- ter and Blackwell, combined their talents to score five of the Hard- rocker touchdowns. From early in the game there was little doubt as to the outcome. The School of Mines jumped to a 19-0 lead at the end of the first quarter and continued to outclass the 'Jackets for the remainder of the game. Starting lineups for the game were: Ott LE Dowling Gullickson LT Dailey Rist LG Schwarz Johnson C Teslow Elkins RG Harley Erickson RT Grubb Nicholson RE L. Smith Bjorgum Q Deney Yonce LH Welter Keating RH Blackwell Hoy F Anderson Officials: Dunmire, Coffman and Baum- gardner. Substitutions: EASTERN: Swan, Firm. Huntley, Lackman, Taylor, Sands, Kalten- bach, Anton, Atkinson, Finkle, Stork, Orr, Johnson, Shields, Bender, Wakenshaw. MINES: Aggergard, Willem, J. Smith, Hell- ing, Hauffle, Rathbun. Ulmer, Brown, W. Johnson. Harrison, Brown, Fritzsche and Hankaes. 2908 2nd Ave. North TRY OUR SUNDAY DINNERS Real Western Hospitality CONEY ISLAND CAFE 2717 1st Ave. N. - Billings Phone 4039 By Otis Packwood It seems that our football team will go to any length to foul me up. The victory I forcasted for the Yellowjackets last week failed to materialize. I'm certain that the reason was none other than a dio- bolical scheme on the part of our grid squad to foul up the poor sports editor. When the student body was out to give the football team the send off for the Rapid City game last week, I noticed quite a number of fellows in the gym doing some advance work for basketball. It's nice to see such enthusiasm for the coming court season, but the gym wasn't the place for them at that time. It shall be interesting to see if any of those fellows gripe about school spirit when basketball season comes around. Their complete indifference to our gridiron eleven will come in handy as a reminder that the golden rule is still a pretty fair axiom to follow. Eastern should win this week. Unless there is an act of God or the Saints learn how to block and tackle, the heretofore venomless stingers of the Hornets shall be deathly to the Carroll foe. 'Til next week when we can all smile again. PAYLESS DRUG • • . headquarters for school supplies Remember—Payless Has Everything!