The Dillon Daily Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1941-1962, December 05, 1941, Image 4

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t’PAGË FÒUR THE DILLON DAILY TRIBUNE FRIDAY, DECEMBER’ S, 1941 POWH BOYS SPARK COLT'S LEAGUE UN THURSDAY TILTS f Power keglers turned --on the old electricity last night to lead the Colts with a score of 2,127 pins. • F. Vandegrift of the Montana Power was high man in both'thë ’Single and the three game rolls w ith 203 and \ 572 pins,' respect­ ively.. C, Deputy was runnerup. for <>one game with 200 and paddock -¡rolled 499 in three games for sec- tond place in the trio. Scores of last night’s . bowling ' Were: * Sheriffs: Troupe, 114, 109,‘ '107 —330; Hartwig, 110, 110, 110— 330; Quick, 118, -126, J22—366; Maddox, 126,; 103, 148—377;’ Ba­ ker, 94, 98, 141—333. Game toti^d, 562, 546, 628—1,736, Montana Auto: White, 173,' 157, 125— 454; Puyear, 122, 140; 129— 391; McCollum, 116, 139, 126— 381; Malesich, 105, 151, Ï58—^14,^ Mulkey,' 99, 110, 152—361. Hdh(ji- cap, 4, 4, 4—12. Game totals, 618, 701, 094—2,013. Warner’s:‘Watkins, 177, 147, 147 — 471; Kurtz, 99, 115, 123—337; Wright, 139, 147, 158—444; B. Warner, 101, 114, 125—340; Mc­ Dowell, 111, 129, 93—333, , Handi­ cap, 35, 35, 35—10.5. Game totals, 662, 687, 681—2,030. Eliel’s: Tonrey, 196, 138, 150— 4Ö4; Hier, 128, 128, 140—396; JEliel, 93, 98, 113—304; Graham, 142, 116, 152—410; Paddock, 188, 156, 155—499. Game totals, 747, 636, 710—2,093. Jack’s Market: Deputy, 95, 200, 126— 421; Pewe, 105, 137, 94— 336; Trolinger, 1101 177, lOfli—396; Tait, 162, 141, 157—460 ; Brpwer, 145, 12^, ^30&-^0. . Game totals, 617, 7 $ , '%La^2,013. Paddpek . and Tyro: Paddock, 151, 118, 119—388; Shaver; 101,1 144, 116—^361; Tait, 134, 114, 135 f( —383; ' McMannis, 131, 87* 163— 381; Tyro, 95, 122, 134—351. Han­ dicap, 32, 32, 32—96. Game totals, 644, 617, 699—1,960. . 'Montana Power: Anderson, 122, 112, 103—337; Gibbons, 143, 186, 149-^-478; Bates, 90, 107, 107— 304; Buck, 145, 117, 111—373; Vandegrift, 173, 203, 196—572. Handicap, 21, 21, 21—63. Game totals, 694, 746,687—2,127. Standard Lumber! Farmer, 163, 125, 168 -456; Jones, 104, UZ, 144 —370; Bramsman, 16Q, 166, 111 —437; Hovren, 120, 106, 128— 354; Donovan, 176, 1Î7, 115—408. Game totals, 723, 636, 666—2,025. BOWLING AVERAGES— Colts League Eliel’s ................... Won ...5 Lost 1 Pet. .833 Standard Lumber 4 2 .666 Montana Tower ....4 2 .666 Warner’s ............. ...3 3 .500 Montana Auto .... ...3 3 .500 Jack’s Market .... ...2 4 .333 Paddock and Tyro 2 4 .333 Temple’s Sheriffs .1 5 .166 BULLDOGS PUT GREAT FAILS • GAGERS TONIGHT . * . *\ * Bent on gaining as much exper-” ience as possible before taking to the road next week on a barn­ storming trip, thè Normai college Bulldogs will . play, : their second game within three days tonight against the College of Education basketeers from Great Falls. The game is set. for 8 o’clock at the college, gym. There will be no preliminary.. On the College of Education quint will be several stars from the St, .Mary’s, high school aggreg­ ation that last season won its dis­ trict title and went on to- partici- a F W ' the nórthern divisional -Class l ^ title play at Glasgow. . 1 In the first game Wednesday night, the Bulldogs exhibited a classy offensive in winning 57-30 over an independent team? from Bütte. Coach. Bill Straugh is dril­ ling the Bulldogs hard these days in an effort to smóoth out their floor play and defense before starting’ the “invasion” of Idaho, George Romain returned to his home today from the Barrett hos­ pital following two weeksjntern- ment. TONIGHT -8 P. M. N O R M A L COLLEGE G Y M - Montana Normal BULLDOGS VS. ■ ' Great Palls COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Admission: Adults, 50c; Students, 25c Including Tax i M ü M t i m w ë è M é t i -TONIGHT AND SATURDAY DOUBLE FEATURE \RIDERS O F THE PURPLE SAGE.\ A Zone Grey favorite starring George Montgomery, a Montana boy. \W E G O FAST.\ Lynn Bari and Alan Curtis. First show, 6:45. where Washington and Oregon they will play ten games. The other Dillon cage team, the high school Beavers, will go to Sheridan tonight ¡for its* opening game- SUBSCRIBE for the TRIBUNE TO N IG H T , SATURDAY Saturday Matinee,'2 p. m. DOUBLE FEATURE HITS A six-gun action 1 Western ■’TRIPLE JUSTICE\ With GEORGE O’BRIEN Pius Serial and Cartoon. SUN., M O N ., TUES., W E D . Sunday Matinee, 2:15 p. m. Here’s the picture that will make you proud all over again to be an American \DIVE BOMBER\ With j&BROL FLYNN AND FRED MacMURRAY. In Technicolor. '■y.s-'Plus—Cartoon, News. SUN., M O N , TUES, WED. \LADY BE G O O D \ Starring Eleanor Powell, Ann Southern and Robert Young. Comedy, fun, romance, the story of a song writer with lots of music. Don't miss it. 'Ow n er Montana ami Reeder Streets tfitfft 300

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