Emcoe (Billings, Mont.) 1949-1959, October 10, 1958, Image 5

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0+4 October 10, 1958 EMCOE Page 5 Yellowjackets Travel to Butte Mines; Hope to Dig Out Another Victory N Ray Shaffer, freshman halfback from Cisco, Illinois takes off tow- ards Carroll's goal line after dodg- ing a Saint's tackler. 'Jacket Halfback Injured During Rout of Carroll Ray Shaffer, Eastern halfback, suf- fered a knee injury during Saturday's game with Carroll College which may sideline him for about two weeks, Oscar Bjorgum revealed Monday. Bjorgum, Eastern's head trainer, indicated that Ray's injury is to the ligaments of the left knee, and though it may slow him down awhile, it will not prove permanent. Other Jackets hurt during Satur- day's fracas . were quarterback John Fleck, who will be out a week with a knee injury, and John Navasio, half- back, with a minor hip injury. Na- vasio will probably be ready for the game with Mines, Bjorgum conclud- ed. Ateeft COLLEGE & CAREER SHOP 112 North Broadway Hallmark Cards, Cosmetics Cameras and Film Pens, Gifts, Candy Jewelry, Stationery 6-Hr. Photo Finishing MEDICAL CENTER PHARMACY Ray C. Steiner Registered Pharmacist Airport Road at Poly Ken Karr's Yellowjackets, fresh from a 23-7 victory over Carroll Col- lege, will take to the road this week- end when the 33 man squad moves into the Copper City tomorrow to face the Butte School of Mines. Though this will be the Yellow- jackets' third go of the season, the Butte eleven will be making its in- itial start for the year Last year's encounter between these two elevens proved to be a runaway for Eastern, 37-0, but Karr does not expect Butte to roll over and play dead this year, despite Eastern's \big\ victory over Carroll. Karr said, \After Saturday's game (Carroll College) everyone will be pointing for us, and we feel that we can look no farther ahead than the next opponent.\ Throughout drills this past week, Eastern's coaches have stressed of- fensive line attack, and pass defense. The Jackets looked strong in their weekly scrimmages, and are up for this game. MEN'S RESIDENCE —continued from page 1 der, and it was decided that it should be paid for with Council funds. Bob Richards and David Nelson were ap- pointed as a two man committee to draft a standardized permit form to be used by dorm residents who wish to have radios, phonographs, or tele- vision sets in their rooms. The meeting came to a close with a formal resolution being passed which approved an invitation to the Dean of Women to be guest speaker at the group's first business meeting scheduled Thursday. NORWEGIAN ACTRESS —continued from page 1 fact that Student Legislature meet- ings are open to all club representa- tives, and urged them to attend the meetings. Meetings of the Student Legislature are held every Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the large conference room in the SUB. RIMS BARBER SHOP Students .. . Support Your Advertisers THE FINEST IN HAIRCUTS FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN Appointments 4 Poly Drive Ph. 2-6727 Across from the Campus FLOWERS Fresh Flowers for All Occasions Chris-Ann Florist Phone 2-7179 NOW SHOWING! JOHN WAYNE in \The Barbarian and the Geisha\ in color America's Smartest Casual Clothes for every College Activity HART-ALBIN COMPANY to g:A.LN 1

Emcoe (Billings, Mont.), 10 Oct. 1958, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/Emcoe/1958-10-10/ed-1/seq-5/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.