Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, December 11, 1964, Image 4

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_Ei: . 4 _ . _ ________ Jli CLOWNS JE3ZERGEEENL PERFORM The fabulous Harlem Clowns defeated the Eure­ ka All-Stars 62-55 Sunday November 220 Along with the hilarious comedy, the Clowns put on a great dribbling, shooting, and passing exhibition. The high scorer in the gw's was Odell Agnew with 20 points followed by Cal McRae of the All-Stars with 15. The rest of the scoring went as follow: EUREKA ALL-STARS Player FG FT F PTS Cal McRae 7 1 0 15 Hon Wirtz 4 - 0 0 8 Dave McFadyean 2 0 0 4 Pete Scott 5 1 0 11 Alan West 0 1 0 1 Rusty Bergette 2 0 0 4 Jim Hanford 6 0 3 _ 12 TOTALS. 26 3 3 55 Y HARLEM CLOWNS,. John, Willis:as Ban!:: 7 0 1 U 6 0 3 12 Odell Agnov 10 0,0 20 Bob Kirlr.end.oll’ 4 , : 0 0 8 Rural McKelvy 1 0 1. 2 Fred Mclntoch 3 0 0 ___ 6 TOTALS 31 0 5 62 L I T J L I O N n y D R O P T r THRU L ER ■ roy ,:B\ squad squeezed by che LCHS Litt-le Lions 49-4-8 in a nip and -\tuck' battle Saturday night, December 5« ‘' 'R T’hc game was forced in­ to a three minute over­ time after Troy tied- the score with twenty seconds to go 44-44. In the over­ time Troy outscored the Little Lions 49-40. High scorer wa-s Troy’s Sa'-age with 33 poinis fol­ lowed by Peltier of the. Little Lions with 17. FROSH LOSE GAME The Libby Frosh troun­ ced the LCHS Frosh 61-34 Saturday December 5 at tibby* High scorer in the game was Phillips of Libby with 17 points followed by S hodman and Bertleson with 14 points each. High scorer for the Eureka Frosh was Greg Frost with 11 points. The half-time score was Libby 30, Eur­ eka 1 8 , ________ LIONS TROUNCE TROJANS (cent, from P» 3) The Trojans stayed right with the Lions as the ...fir­ st quarter ended a 14-14 tie. The second quarter the Lions got fired and jumped to a quick 10 po­ int lead and were never threatened after tb.ut; The Lions took a halftime lead of 37-27, The third quarter the Lions extend­ ed their lead to 14 points as they led 56-42. The final score was Eureka 68. Troy 53, The high scorer in the game was Sophomore -guard Chuck Miller with 18 points followed by Bill Rice of Troy with 16. Other Eureka _ scoring went as follows. .Pecamber 11, 1064 NAME FG FT F PTS L.Osier 4 5 2 13 Miller 6 : 6 i 18 D, Stark - 6 o 4 12 Bmurnb' ugh 1 1,4 O X ■- chernerhorri . 1 Q 2 ■ 2 Mathews 5 2 2 12 BY; Osier ■1 0 1 2 R« Stark- 2 0 2 ■ 4 Ellingson 1 1 0 L 2 Aroland Y- 0 ■0 o 0 TOTALS - ■: -■ 27 14 13 68 t-Qptnep Student Wrecks Car Daniel Cook, former ■ LCDS student is.said to be getting along satis­ factory after a serious car accident. The acc­ ident took place on the Ant Flats road between ten and one o ’clock on November 25. The car ap­ parently left the road because of high speed and icy road conditions. It is believed the car went off the left side of the road, hit a power pole and while flipping in the air the chassis of the car was torn away from the frame. Danny suffered from a broken wrist and a crushed leg and also ex­ posure from the cold un­ til Micky Nelson found him. ________________ __ DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS Larry Frost 1 Joe Haverlandt 2 Rosetta Mitchell 2 Christine Brock 3 Cindy Smith 3 Duard Johnson 4 Sharon Nice 4 Jean Suttie '4 L e m a Lancaster 13* Vernetta Verley 13 Donna Holder 14 Christine Banning 17 Alice Walker 19 Mike Workman 20 Jack Nelson 21 t Linda Osier 23 Terry Utter 23 Day Ingram 29 Joe Vasques 10 a Y O U R M O R E A T K S A N K A M O T O R IN N THE XMAS - & ! > TO YOUR SHOPPING IS

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 11 Dec. 1964, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1964-12-11/ed-1/seq-4/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.