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4 1P4t* r 4 **I f FAMOUS FOR DIAMONDS 106 NORTH BROADWAY ARCHIE COCHRANE MOTORS YOUR FRIENDLY FORD DEALER October 26, 1949 EASTERN MONTANA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Page Four WINLESS HORNETS MEET MONTANA MINES TODAY Eastern Prepares for Mines SAINTS HUMBLE HORNETS 13-0 By Earl Halverson Two passes and a sluggish East- ern offense gave Carroll College a 13-0 win over the \Yellow- jackets\ last Friday night. It was Carroll's second league win and puts them in a first place tie with Western at Dillon for the Montana Small College Confer- ence lead. With nine minutes of the first quarter gone, McGinley passed to Christensen on the Eastern 35. Christensen then outraced the Hornet's secondary to the end zone. Weaver kicked the point. Midway through the fourth quarter, Christensen crossed the goal line from eight yards out, but a penalty nullified the touch- down. On the next play, McGin- ley pitched to Christensen, who took the ball in the end zone. A bad pass from center halted the try for the extra point. The Yellowjackets completed several ground-gaining plays, but as in past performances, lacked the power to score. Starting lineups: Ott LE Redfern Gullickson LT Morisett Elkins LG Rivers Johnson C Parker Rist RG Kulil Erickson RT Smith Nicholson RE Skelley Bjorgum McGinley Yonce LH Christensen Keating RH Sternhagen Hoy F Sullivan Substitutions: EASTERN: Deming, Fink- !e, Huntley, Atkinson, Lockman, Sands, Drr, Taylor, INakenshow, Shield, Firm and Bender. CLUB NEWS W.A.A. During the business meeting of the club, final plans were made concerning W.A.A.'s participation in the Fat Stock Show and the Tri-State Show. It was also de- cided to change the letter sweat- ers of the club from white to gray. Following the meeting all of the members joined in games of bad- minton and table tennis. PENNEY'S ALL-STAR LINE UP OF JACKETS FOR SCHOOL, DRESS OR WORK By Otis Packwood Here are a few' of the questions that have entered my mind as I look over the results of EAST- ERN'S three initial grid contests. If there were obvious answers to these problems there would be no need for a solution because they would be already solved. But let's look at them anyhow. Has the platoon system of sub- stitution worked for EASTERN? If not, why do we use it? Why didn't we have a pass de- fense to stop the combination that spelled our ruin at Helena last week? Are our offensive and defensive teams capable of doing their re- pective jobs? Is timing the reason that our offense has failed to click? A speculative answer to those questions rests in the fact that our potentially great grid aggregation has not had an opportunity to polish its force. As we go to press, there seems to be little possibility for our offensive teams to have developed timing to the desired degree. The advisability of platoon substitution for a school of our size is still a matter for theoriza- The Stockman Where Men Meet Men tion. But let's wait until we see the team in action before we cry too loud. One bright spot in the sports picture is our hoop quintet. For the first time in years the basket- ball team should outshine the 'Jacket grid record. 'Til next week when the Hornet eleven shall have cured the sports editor of being pessimistic. KATOYA MEETING The behind-the-scenes work of drama was carried on in full force Tuesday when 21 members of EASTERN'S dramatic club, Ka- toya, gathered together to do the necessary odd jobs for the fall production. Five new applicants were received who joined with the others . in building flats, ar- ranging ocstumes, working on cur- tains—doing everything to make \Craig's Wife\ outstanding. The meeting was completed in the cafeteria where under the in- fluences of chocolate milk, cake EASTERN PLAYS FIRST HOME GAME By Robert Carbone EASTERN'S Hornets will be go- ing all out in an effort to find the win column as they open their home schedule against MON- TANA MINES from Butte, Fri- day night at Daylis Stadium. Kick-off for the Hornet-Oredig- ger clash will be at 8 p.m. All week Oscar Bjorgum, Eastern grid mentor, has been keying his club for this contest, but the snow has prevented extensive outdoor practice. Batting a flat zero with three defeats in as many starts, the Yellowjackets face a rugged Butte eleven led by tackle Akins. Com- parative scores give the Hornets a slight margin over Mines, judg- ing by the outcome of clashes with Western at Dillon. The Hornets have one of the toughest defensive squads in the conference but are weak on of- fense. Against both Dillon and Carroll several Eastern scoring drives were halted just short of pay dirt. If Bjorgum can come through with some more score- punch, the Yellowjackets will make it tough for Mines; but if the present situation continues, chances for a victory Friday are rather slim. and peanuts the many good points of the play, \Craig's Wife,\ were discussed.