Wescolite (Dillon, Mont) 1949-2009, December 05, 1962, Image 3

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T H E W E S C O L I T E Page Three Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1962 Westminster Nips Western In Weekend Tilts By Richard Cadieux The new Bulldogs of Western suffered two defeats this weekend to a tough Westminster squad in Salt Lake City. The Parsons, with five lettermen, were led by two top-notch performers who also starred for last year’s ball club. Jim Morris and Gary Bliss turn­ ed in brilliant performances both nights. Chuck Johns, Western’s big center, turned in a terrific effort for Western on the boards as he grabbed a total of 30 rebounds in both games. Big Dick Silberman was the big gunner on the scor­ ing side as he pumped in 21 points both nights. In the first game Western held a slim margin throughout three quarters as it used its superior height and some shaky Parson defense to lead 38-30 at halftime. However, Western was hampered somewhat by the loss of their star guard, Bob Sullivan, on fouls. The fourth quarter found the Par­ sons slip into the lead and defeat the Westerners 77-68. Dick Silberman was high man for the night as he split the nets for 21 points. He was followed by Larry Schmautz with 14 and Dave McGahan with 10. The Parsons were led by Gary Bliss with 19 and Ray Gibbons with 17. Morris was next with 11. The second game saw Westmin­ ster able to capitalize on a num­ ber of Bulldog mistakes. With W . ^ V V A V A V / . ^ V V A V . 1. 1 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Dillon, Montana Serving the Community Continuously Since 1880 Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation W W S W W A W . V S V W W . V Dillon Daily Tribune • SCHOOL SUPPLIES • GREETING CARDS • FINE STATIONERY 1962 Football Figures Released Athletic director, Bill Straugh, recently released the season sta­ tistics for the MCC champion Bulldogs. RUSHING: Bud Talbott; av­ erage per game, 63.8. PASSING: Jim Netz; average per game, 83.5. TOTAL OFFENSE: Jim Netz; average per game, 107.7. PASS RECEIVING: Jack Gil­ lespie; average per game, 56.7. SCORING: Jack Gillespie; to­ tal, 48. PUNTING: Bud Talbott; aver­ age per punt, 37.6. Team Totals Western Oppon. RUSHING 241 95.3 PASSING 91 42.7 TOTAL OFFENSE 332 138 FIRST DOWNS 89 47 SCORING 191 59 STUDENT WIVES (Continued from Page 1) to Sylvia Heikkila, Social Corres­ pondent. The meeting will be held December 12 at Mrs. Hoey’s home, with the two sponsors entertain­ ing. A food sale will be held sometime in January to raise money for the P.H.T. banquet held each spring honoring the wives of graduating seniors. The cake raffle was won by Peggy Munis. Hostesses for the evening were Marcy Carroll, Lois Myers, Nannette Bull, Liz Ste­ vens, and Mrs. Jim Short. these mistakes and never-miss second half, the Westminster club rolled to a 79-63 victory. They were led by the expert rebound­ ing and shooting of Jim Morris. The homecoming event saw the tiny gym packed to capacity. Since Westminster dropped foot­ ball, the event was switched to the basketball season. Silberman was again high scor­ er for the Bulldogs as he dupli­ cated his Friday night’s feat of 21 points. Western’s L a r r y Schmautz proved to be a con­ sistent scorer as he dumped in one point over his Friday night effort of 14. Chuck Jones, West­ ern’s star rebounder hit for 11. Gary Bliss and Jim Morris again led Westminster with 18 and 19 points respectively. Little guard, Chris Segura, followed with 12. Good teachers cost more, but poor teachers cost most. S WARNER FOOD STORE* m v * Fresh Produce - Meats Groceries JJ Phone 683-2319 £ * ft * * » . » * «r > * > ; * » * * » > * * > » * * Beaverhead Laundry and Dry Cleaners We Cater to College Students — Special Service on Request Phone 683-5522 Free Pick-up and Delivery Pre-Season Tourney Set For Intramural Sixteen teams have been sign­ ed up for the pre-season intra­ mural basketball tournament, which will start Tuesday, Decem­ ber 4. Because of the great num­ ber of teams and the shortage of time, the tournament' will be single elimination. Basketball fans will be able to see the basketball stars of Western fight it out among them­ selves. You, the fans, will be able to cheer your favorite team to victory, as well as getting laughs from some of the actions which will take place on the playing floor. The final and championship game will take place Wednesday, December 12. Plan to attend and cheer your favorite team to vic­ tory. Save At Marie’s PRE-XMAS SALE Fri., Nov. 30 thru Tues., Dec. 6 Ask For Your Free Gift With Each Purchase of $5.00 or More Ladies’ Coats — Dresses Kayser Lingerie Nationally Advertised Labels MARIE’S DRESS SHOP “V” IS FOR VALUE . . AS IN “VALIANT” BY PACIFIC TRAIL Discover a world of style, value and comfort in Pacific Trail’s classic wash and wear surcoat of rug­ ged poplin . . . warmed with color-keyed Borg’s Acrilan pile and exclusive satin stripe lining. 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