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Cats Take Third Straight Tourney Weber Tips Snow for District T Wildcats Await Train Whistle For Hutchinson and Crack At U.S. Junior College Title By Charles Kreher With the train whistle for Hutchinson, Kansas, and the NJCAA championships ringing in their ears, two hot ball clubs battled right down to the final gun at Ogden high gym last night before Weber took over Snow college 57-45. Boise junior college cinched third place in the go- around when they beat Branch Aggies in the second game 51-49 and Northern Montana won consolation honors by trimming, Northeastern of Sheridan, Wyo., 73-68 in the opener before a standup crowd. Both clubs took off like jet fighters at the opening whistle and Dinsdale hit the hoop for the first Wildcat basket at the very begin�ning. Ivan Allred sank a foul shot for Snow to make it 2-1 and the party was on. Harbertson shot from away out, and made it and then in a fast ex�change, Larry Wegkamp and his co-captain, Bearden Jarman started bullseyeing for the Badgers and it was 4-4. Over anxiousness seemed to hit Snow and the purple-clads from home at about the same time as Bill Hull of Weber was award�ed the trophy for being outstand�ing player of the tourney, as re�tiring Vice President Milt Mecham announced Ogden as site of the tournament next year. Other members of the all-star squad are Allred, Snow; Kuhr, Montana; Totten, Boise; Buyok, Sheridan; Bond, B. A. C. Har�bertson, Weber; Wegkamp, Snow; Dinsdale, Weber, and Adams, Casper. both aggregations appeared to be careening along out of control, missing shots and losing the ball as the pace grew hotter and hotter. It was 6-6, then 8-6, then 9-6, then 9-8, 11-8, 11-10 and 11-12 as Harbertson and Hull hit for We�ber and Wegkamp and Hammon started chucking for Snow. Coach Reed Swenson flashed the word to steady the boys down a bit and the Cats stalled out for awhile until they regained their stride. There was no more than a three point difference all the way through the first half. Both clubs were playing a fine brand of fire- house ball and fouls were becom�ing more and more frequent. After Blackham had bucketed two to put the Badgers in the front Harbertson sank a free throw to even it 28-28. Blackham again tanked but Iron Man Glen Ashby came through with a one-hander at the whistle to make the score 30 to 30 at the half. Second half was more of the same Bill Hull who had piled up 13 points went out on fouls, Jar- man of Snow went out on fouls and still the battle waxed hot. Fancy Shooting Spectacular shooting was the or�der of the day in the final stanza and the crowd was going wild. With the seconds growing fewer Weber elected to waive seven foul pitches and Snow, two, Weber made 41 percent of chances from the field and Snow scored 30 per�cent of their tries for field goals. Bob Harbertson had 17 for his night's work and Don Dinsdale ac�counted for eight. For the Ephraim boys Ivan All- red was high with 13 and Larry Wegkamp dumped 11. Close Battle First game of the double header was a nip and tucker with Boise and B. A. C. keeping the point spread down. There wasn't a score of any kind for the first 6 minutes of the game and the Moon Mullens and C. W. Totten were yeoman hoopers for the Boiseans. Down at the final second it was 49-49 after being 28-23 Boise at the half, but Bob Gilbert shook himself loose from a pileup of Aggies and arched one toward the goal. The gun went off while the ball was still in the air and the Idaho boys were winners, 51-49. Weber Snow GTFP GTFP 6 5 5 17 Harbertson.f Blackham,f 18 6 8 2 5 3 7 Ashby,f Hammon,f 2 2 0 4 6 3 1 13 Hull.c Allred,c 5 4 3 13 3 2 2 8 Dinsdale.g Wegkamp,g 3 6 5 11 1 5 2 4 Woods.g Jarman,g 2 3 3 7 12 13 Gardner Roberts 0 0 0 0 0 111 Wilkinson Bird 0 10 0 2 10 4 Slayden Spainhower 0 0 0 0 Anderson 10 0 2 21 24 15 57 Totals 14 24 17 45 Half time: Weber 30, Snow 30. Boise GTFP 9 84 22 Tottens 5 4 3 13 Mullins 1 3 2 4 Ingram 2 3 15 Gilbert 13 13 Winslow 0 0 0 0 Stynes 1 2 2 4 Dickey B. A. C. GTFP Tuft 2 3 15 Hatch 10 0 2 Bond 7 11 8 22 Horton 2 2 2 6 Rees 2 3 2 6 Mcintosh 3 117 Edwards 0 0 0 0 Christensen 0 1 1 1 Weber college Wildcates won the District Four NJCAA basketball championship last night at Ogden high school gymnasium when they defeated Snow college of Ephraim 57-45. Above are the champs, front row, left to right: Glen Ashby, g; Don Dinsdale, f co-captain; Bob Harberston, f; Basil Beech, f and Mark Ballif, f. Back row, left to right Reed Knute Swenson, coach; Ron Wilkinson, g; Bill Hull, c; Dale Gardner, c; Larry Wood co-captain; Jim Slayden, f and clair Anderson, asst. coach Snow college court artists with a splendid display of ability, garnered second place honors in the Region Four NJCAA tournament, above, they are front row, left to right: Larry Wgkamp, David Bird, Jack Sullivan, Berden Jarmen, Hal Anderson. Back row, left to right: Jim Williams, coach; Max blackham, Don Spainhower, Dallon Riberts, ivan Allred and Carl Hamann.
|Contributors||Weber College; Whip Club|
|Description||This Collection consists of a 119 page Scrapbook put together by members of the Weber College Whip Club, the school's pep club, covering the years between 1946 and 1955. Included are a full listing of yearly pledges, 27 football programs, newspaper clippings concerning charity and sports events, 10 invitations, menus, 7 letters, 15 photographs, and a biography of the Whip Club by Norma Manning.|
|Physical Description||Brown Leather 11 in. X 14 in. 119 page Scrapbook|
|Subject||Ogden, Utah; Weber College; Weber State College|
|Digital Format||image/tiff; image/jpg; application/pdf|
|Publisher Digital||Stewart Library, Weber State University|
|Source||Weber State University Archives|
|Conversion Specifications||TIFF images were scanned by Jacqlin Guernsey and Jill Walker at 400 dpi with an Epson Expression 10000XL scanner. JPG and PDF files were then created for general use.|
|Rights Management||Materials may be used for non-profit and educational purposes; please credit University Archives, Stewart Library, Weber State University.|