Navy from 1953 to 1957. George married Kalispell native Jane Schroeder in 1954, and their 62-year union produced two sons: Robert, a retired thanks teacher and coach in Tecumseh, Kansas, now working in information technology, and Rick, the offensive coordinator for the Denver Broncos. George first dabbled in higher education at Custer County Junior College in Miles City, where he earned an associate of arts degree in 1960. He then began http://youtube.com/watch?feature=kp&v=Pf7JuJcVzQU a lengthy relationship with UM in Missoula, where he earned a B.A. in history with highest honors in 1962 and a history masters degree in 1963. He earned his Ph.D. in history from the University of Washington in 1967. George launched his career as a historian and college educator from 1967 to 1969 at the University of Arkansas and the University of Washington. He then worked 18 years at Colorado State University in positions ranging from assistant professor to associate academic vice president and director of admissions and records.
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Angelou hit threes on back-to-back possessions, both off assists from King, who also hit a three and added a free throw. Braxton and Blackmon each made layups and Nebo hit two free throws. SFU quickly extended its lead to double digits, 41-30, with a three by King and a layup by Braxton in the first two minutes to start the half. However, RMU responded with seven straight points, a three by McConnell, a layup by Stewart and a pair of free throws by Still, to close the gap to four, 43-17, with 16:13 remaining. An 11-4 stretch by Saint Francis pushed its lead back up to 11, 52-41, with 9:05 left. Nebo led SFU with five points during the stretch with two layups and a free throw. Blackmon added two layups and King converted a layup. Braxton scored SFU’s helpful post next four points to extend the lead to 12, 56-44, with 7:35 left. A couple minutes later, a 10-2 run by SFU pushed the lead to 71-53 with 3:29 to go.
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