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November 10, 1964

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S. Preeco D. Patterson M. Hall B. Miller M. Miller M. Carbery G. SUvers E. Porter D. Rolfe T. Dearing Q. Iioward V. Carlson J. Green S. Livingston M. Peterson It. Chauvin Cch Ed '13voxel (center) discusses strategy for tomorrow's game with co-captains Jim Cafferty, Wayne Darling, Kirk Charlson and Clyde Coon. Lions, Braves to clash li|[ ! by Diana Dumas Borah carries a slight edge into the seventh annual Veterans' Day grid match with Boise tomorrow at Bronco Stadium. Pre-game activities will begin at ]:10, with the game set for 2 o'clock. The outcome of this year's traditional battle with the rival Braves will again determine the Southern Idaho Conference championship. Borah's seasonal record, 9-0, tops the laves 7-1-1 mark; although in conference play the two teams are much closer. Borah sports an undefeated 5-0 record in SIC play while Boise stands 4-0-1. Borah's lineup averages 181 pounds per man, nine pounds heavier than the average for' Boise's starting eleven. Offensive-wise Borah has piled up 195 points against its SIC competitors, the Braves, 153 p.ints. Boise leads in defensive play, limiting its; conference opponents to 21 points. Borah's defense has allowed 33 points in SIC play. Boise's Kent Scott leads the SIC individual scoring with 47 points, while Wayne Darling and Steve Preece lead the Lions and are second in SIC scoring with 36 points each. Following them is Borah's Dave Rolfe with 30 points. Co-captains Wayne Darling, Kirk Charlson, Clyde Coon and Jim Cafferty will head Coach Ed Troxel's Lions, while Coa:h Ed Kne:ht's Braves have chosen co-ctptains Robbie Shell- worth, Kent Scott and Randy Hulbert. "This is the big one," commented Lion men- tor Troxel today. "We've slmwn ste.'tdy progress and if everyone comes through, this will be the best ball game of the year." The Borah gridders have never lost a game to Boise during these past six years of rivalry. Previous wctories are: 1958- 19-13; 1959---20-14; 1960---19-13; 1961 -27-7; 1962 -25-13; 1963-21-20. The Lion elev,.n trounced the Highland I4ams, 47-0 last Friday with eighl gridders combining for the score. Boise found the going a little rougher as they sque:lked by Twin Falls 14-13 the same night. STARTING LINEUP IfORAH No. Weight Pos. BOISE Sr. Steve Preeee 11 180 QB Sr. Sherm Stearns St. Clyde Coon 43 155 LHB St'. Robbie Shellwortb St. Dave Rolfc 45 160 RHB St. Pat Emmingham Sr. Wayne Darling 30 176 FB Sr. Reed Tetrick Sr. Jim Cafferty 51 174 C Sr. Larry Stoldt St. Vie Carlson 66 188 RG Sr. Roger Burdick Sr. Bill Miller 63 185 LG Sr. Deb Burgess Sr. Kirk Charlson 78 210 RT St. Steve Talarowski Sr. Mike Miller 70 188 LT Sr. John Thomson Sr. Quentin Howard 87 175 RE St. Kent Scott Sr. Jim Greene 86 190 LE Sr. Steve Hall PAST RECORD BORAEI BOISE No. Weight 12 160 42 160 23 160 27 197 52 165 61 170 6O 162 79 175 77 170 88 215 89 155 Borah Boise Missoula 34 7 Lewiston 35 " Las Vegas 26 0 Klamath Falls 38 Medford 21 13 Mountain Home 51 Richland 53 0 Pocatello 0 Nampa 33 , 7 Caldwell 35 Twin Falls 21 14 Nampa . 33 Pocatello 41 12 Medford 3 Caldwell 53 0 Highland 71 Highland 47 0 Twin Falls 14 It. Heikkoht L. Wright EL. Montgomery G. BIUs Team managers (bottom to top) Ken Starkey, Jim Bald- win, llarold Coe and Dan Last. In the sportlight by Diana Dumas A slightly nervous student body paces the halls this week as fever of excitement mounts. Presidential electhm xesults, term l)al;rs and last week's exaJn scores are all shoved aside while everyone centers his attention on one main attration -- the Borah-Boise game. IAon gridders have had theic moments of glory this season, but behind these moments have been hours of hard practice for which they deserve a tremendous amount of credit. To go out for football is one thing; but to slick with it is another. Also deserving a "tip of the hat" are four reliable and effi- cient workers -.- Ken Starkey, Dan Last, Harold Coe and Jim Baldwin. These four grid man- agers have backed the team In both tough and easy spots all season and have spent many hours towards making the Lions best in the state. Congratulations are in order to the Lion cubs and their coaches, Ray ttill, Gary Gag- non and Bob Huelskanp who produced a fine 5-3 season stand- ing. A final reminder ..... don your green agd gold tomorro' and go support the team of your :hoice (Lions, naturally). The AP poll rated 'era number one. Let's make 'era number one. The word ? Attitude. The cry ? BEAT BOISE ! Lions, victors "It was probably the finest game ever played by the Borah High school team as a whole," commented Coach Troxel on the 19 Lion eleven's smashing 53-0 vie- 0 tory over Caldwell Friday, Oct. 0 30, at Simplot Stadium in Cald- 0 well. 2 Steve Preece led the scoring 6 with two touchdowns. Nearly 60 7 Borah players participated in the 0 tussle between the Lions and :i3 Cougars. Coaches Gary Gagnon, ]gay Hill and Bob Varsity coaches Gary Farnworth, AI (fffcrty and Huelslamp guided Lion (3ubs tlwoughout the DeIne, Pankratz played a major role in prompting the F. Kudolph S. Carey '64 grid season. Lions' all-win season record, i !