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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - March 15, 1964, Billings, Montana IS 1464 Engineers Roundup Cinderella Harlo State B Champs f 1 x A i A l V S H lAl CHOKE HOLD FOUL Paul Painter Engineers appear discomfited Saturday night Mike Charlton of the Roundup Pan- thers and Painter collide during state Class B championship action which Harlowton won photos by Carl By Lurry Hitchcock Guette Writer The Harlowton Engineers making their first trip ever to a state basketball tournament became the 1964 State Class B basketball champions Saturday night The Engineers the scrappy Roundup Panthers 39 Harlowton coach Bob Petrino got his Saturday night bath fully clothed as his Engineers chinked him following their tory Harlowton the Cinderella team of the tournament finished up the regular season with a conference record and are now Harlowton took a lead Into quarter but saw Roundup battle back to tie the score at with to go The Panthers comeback was mainly due to the heroic efforts of center Gary Robson who in spite of four fouls scored 8 points in the final quarter before fouling out John Jones hit a jumper to put Harlowton back into the lead at for good A three-point play by Dave Sorenson made the score read with 3 30 to go iced the game for the Engineers Harlowton led at all stops at the first quarter at half and at the end of the third Jon Erbe day night The tea man teain included i three from Harlowton two from Roundup and one each from Shelby teau and Room son Join Erbe and Ron Roundup was represented by Mike Chartton and Gary Robson Chuck from John Brown from Circle Gary Dunckel from Choteau and Qei ms Webster from Ronari com- conquest with 11 next with 10 led the Engineers Sorenson was Robson set the Roundup ing pace with 13 followed Mike Charlton with 10 The 1964 State Class B Tournament team selected members of the press anc coaches was announced the Jeam V Charlton i M Fogerty li Jtt 0 M 0 M e 11 HARLOWTON 11 4 tt Personal Robson 1 3 3 Sealey 2 Fanyak 3 Graves Harlowton painter J 4 Jones 4 Erbe son Lorenzen SHELBY THIRD Chuck McCarter center dropped 27 points into the basket to lead the Shelby Coyotes to the third place trophy in the State Class B basketball ment Shelby broke open a close ball game in the second half to take a Victory Shelby took the lead from the start and was never headed The Coyotes led at of the first quarter McCarter had 15 of his points by as Shelby led Malta kept the game close during which ended with top 5447 Gary Swenson was second in the scoring department for Shelby with 16 Malta placed four men in double figures led by Martin Mann with 18 Don Molloy was next with 12 and Marshall the WE'RE THE Harlowton fans hug each other and whoop it up in gym Saturday night after their the 1964 Montana Class B basketball TOO OLD upi The est to win an American Bowling Congress championship was E D Sarge Easter of Detroit who shared ifl the 1950 team title at the age of 67 Basketball Results SUM A al MONTANA HIGH SCHOOL II 47 tour out 30 lour 47 of Livingston third 79 Billings West 72 I I That's the Way We're Dealing On the 64 Pontiac Tempest MUST BE SOLD 33 THIS MONTH IMMEDIATE DELIVERY I ALL MODELS I TO CHOOSE SEDANS COUPES WAGONS State Clan B at Malta 77 Ronan 40 loser Shelby it 43 loser out Shelby 74 Malta 57 44 NCAA Eastern 74 Princeton third Duke Connecticut 54 championship Texas Western a SI third Michigan Ohio u 57 Loyola IK 100 Kentucky Kansas City Wichita u ship Seattle it Ulan Stale NAIA 63 SI Rockhurst U Pan American 56 Champ NIT Army 64 SI 42 Drake pill a Bradley 63 SI Joseph's Pa 81 NYU ti Region Tournament at Scotts bluff Neb i pUo 13 73 AH Air Force n 44 Detroit New York St HI Cincinnati 110 Mi HUGE DISCOUNTS THEY'VE GONE WILD LARGEST TRADE-IN ANCE fN MONTANA MacINTYRE'S Itt at Division WE PAY CASH FOR GUNS SCHEELS HARDWARE AT toy Hanson 3 3 by t B 1 I 2 t MALTA SHELBY ADVANCE The Malta Mustangs and the Shelby Coyotes advanced to the consolation finals of the state Class B basketball tournament with victories Saturday ing Malta rolled to an easy victory oyer Ronan and Shelby pulled away in the last quarter to defeat Choteau Ronan held a first ter lead but Malta used a fast break offense to take a halftime lead Martin Mann poured 14 points through the basket m the third quarter to lead Malta to a third period advantage The game was never in doubt roni there on Mann finished rwith 26 to lead ic Mustangs followed by nis Skinner with 17 and Don with 16 Dennis Webster aced Ronan with 17 and Roger contributed 16 game was seesaw affair until the fourth when Shelby's Coyotes away only to have eau roar back in the last Shelby led at the end of tie first and Choteau fought lack to take a lead at in- The Coyotes regained the lead the end of the third quarter Chuck MeCarter er led Shelby's scoring with 5 Bob Olson added 11 Gary Dunckel paced Choteau with 12 The losses eliminated Choteau and from the IM er Tlie officials at the table finally came up good idea one which many others who sat the games wish they had thought of long To combat the increasing hardness of bleacher seats scorekeepers Reed of and James Hoffman pf Belfry have brought in padded boat chairs to relieve the posterior pain Tlie Circle Wildcats were the hard luck team in the tournament The Cats have yet to win their first state tournament game The 1964 team looked like the class of the field in the first HITCHCOCK half against Harlowton and many couts and veteran observers the guards Don and Robert Schillmger were the real Shelby's band really kept morning jumping with swinging arrangements of popular Likewise the Malta musicians have had the gym umping ui their appearances The ski pants and weater outfits that the female members of wore provide the male spectators something besides players to watch RONAN easier Saeer 0 0 M Clausen M n U U 74 RMM 14 14 It- Malta 21 Personal Caiser 2 siser and Lorn 3 Mann D Molloy 3 Skinner 5 t Hanson and J Molloy HOLLER FOR Linda Kelly avid ton fan shows her joy by clapping her wooden blocks as confetti rain's as the Engineers won the state Class B basketball title Saturday night by edging the Roundup Panthers M 1 3 frl 1 M 1 0 MALTA Kline Low Mann D Molloy Skinner Hanson B Olson summon CHOTEAU Banls 0 1 0 1 0-0 TataM IS Stott 3 Sauer Pan Mentor NAIA Coach of the Year CITY AP Sain Pan American Col- lege basketball coach was named NAIA Coach of the Year Friday Williams was presented with the award by Jay Simon dent of the U.S Basketball Coaches Association at the an- Hall of Fame luncheon j Runner-up in the Coach of the Year balloting by the NAIA Coaches Association was coach of the Newman basketball team Announcing the Ron's Barber Shop 242 Phone RON STOCKDALE Prop 0 0 M 0 M n II 14 11 U t 1 McCarter I i 4 2 McNamer 3 and Premo Banli 5 Dunckel 5 Andenon 5 Stott 3 I Deltwa patera and Gormley Engineers Get Nets From Goals The baske tball nets from th goals usually given freely to th State Champion were final given to players engineers came out of t dressing room and cut the ne from the eaat goal at Eastern but a member of the campus police retrieved the net from th player over strong protest of th Harlowton n After consulting with Eastern officials and the confusion cleared up the net was deli ered to the Engineers dressin room and the pagers were a lowed to strip the north goa amid cheers of the followers THE HITCH IN POST Padded Seats Relieve the Pain Hitchcock Writer The Harlowton cheering on has patterned somewhat of card section Sealed across middle of the group are tune students with signs that pell out Engineers Along Hh the signs is horn jat makes it sound as though le is coining through the ym On time too The clinic Saturday was a big success ording to Bob Graves West mentor who was charge Between 65 and 70 rack coaches where on hand hear Graves Frank f Rocky Jerry Walker of or and George Scott of Bed discuss various events A Road to the Olympics round up the session The referees James Fleming nd Stan Krivec of Billings and larence Bartell and Donald Jeven Falls one an excellent job in ing the tournament The East rn students who have been ng tickets and serving as ushers ave also done a v John Lucas Penn State track and cross country coach holds a masters degree from Southern California and a doctor of tion degree from the University Seattle Tops Ore Greg enabled University to defeat State third place in the ern Regional basketball ment Undefeated UCLA No 1 ranked team met San Francisco for the regional title in the second game scored 16 points 14 of them in a late rally after Utah State had cut Seattle's lead to two points with seven minutes remaining He received scoring help from Charlie Williams in beating back State's challenge Williams wound up with 14 points ENGINE REBUILDING GRINDING CRANKSHAFT in Stick OLSON MOTOR SERVICED f N St Pk MISTER if it's the CONFIDENT LOOK you want in clothes u- you'll find no better quality for the price than the clothes at DO-IT-YOURSELF CAMPER KIT READY AND TO 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