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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - March 15, 1964, Billings, Montana IS, 1464 16L Engineers Sfop Roundup 44-39 Cinderella Harlo State B Champs _ f 1 x A i A l V S H e 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 tVack clinic Saturday fternoon was a big success ac- ording to Bob 'Graves, West Iigh thmclad mentor, who was charge Between 65 and 70 rack coaches where on hand hear Graves, Frank Matheip f Rocky, Jerry Walker of Sen- or and George Scott of Bed xxige discuss various events. A 1m, "Road to the Olympics" round up the session. The referees, James Fleming nd Stan Krivec of Billings and larence Bartell and Donald Jeven of'Great Falls, have'all one an excellent job in work- ing the tournament. The East' rn students who have been tak- ng tickets and serving as ushers ave also done a fine'job. v John Lucas, Penn State track and cross country coach, holds a masters degree from Southern California and a doctor of educa- tion degree from the University Seattle Tops UfofeSfofet ,CdRYALLIS, Ore Greg VermLUlon led'a faUy tliat enabled SeaUle. University' to defeat State third place in the NCAAr, West- ern Regional basketball tourna- ment Saturday! night? "Undefeated UCLA, na- tion's No. 1 ranked team, met San Francisco for the regional title in the second game. Vermilhon 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 6-foot Charlie Williams in beating back State's challenge. Williams wound up with 14 points. ENGINE REBUILDING GRINDING CRANKSHAFT Cro.k.KcfH in Stick OLSON MOTOR SERVICED f N. 35rt St. Pk. tSt-SHt 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 PRE-CUT DO-IT-YOURSELF CAMPER KIT READY AND IA5Y TO ASSEMBLE r v Sturdy W plywood sfccit, aluminum covw, W ttort, tank, voter tank, 'link, chest, mattress, cusniem, wiring and Kgkrs, ymyl fraoring, Formka counter tops. 795 r.o.9. Lerwitfbwii Start or C. R. HERRING JISN, 3iitst L HOADWAV, DOWNTOWN.AHO WEST fAWC ftAZA,
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