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PAGE I0 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 18, 1979 'Dogs win twice in PR-cage play The Sundance Bulldogs, fighting to regain the sharp touch they had before the holiday layoff, moved a step closer last week, notching a pair of Powder River con- ference decisions. Coach Jim Schmiedt's club raced past Hulett 70-49 here Friday night and then travel- ed to Midwest Saturday to score a narrow 55-51 deci- sion. Sundance had little trouble against Hulett as Dan Blake- man tallied 23 and Keith Sprague 18 points. It was different at Midwest where the Bulldogs played some good basketball. Sun- dance was outshot from the field and nailed down the victory with some sharp free throw shooting, converting 13 of 19 while the Oilers were only 3 of 5. The victories put Sundance at 12-2 overall and 8-2 in the conference. In the final two games of the regular season, Sundance is at Upton Thurs- day night and then plays Moorcroft here .Friday night in a pivotal Powder River game. Schmiedt said two victories for his club would insure a tie for first place in the conference. He said seeding for the regional tourney at Moor- croft will be done Saturday. The tourney will be held &~n. BOWIJNG BAGGS LEAGUE Jan. II, 1979 Durfee's Dry Goods Energy Electric Sundance State Bank Dime Horseshoe Bar Model Grocery Longhorn Bar Champion Const. Co. North Pole Lockers HIGH TEAM SERIES Dime Horseshoe Bar Energy Electric Model Grocery HIGH TEAM GAME Energy Electric Dime Horseshoe Bar North Pole ~ckers HIGH INDIVIDUAL SERIES Irene Buckmiller (Sub.) Renie Bunner Glenda Mobley (Sub.) HIGH INDIVIDUAL GAME Irene Buckmiller (Sub.) Renie Bunner Sherryl Mooney WON 43 39 37 361/2 291A 25 24 22 IOSS 21 25 27 27v2 341/2 39 4O 42 2232 2222 2139 791 786 774 566 555 532 203 192 186 25 to Jan. 27. The scoring: Sundance- 16 36" 56 70 Hulett- 12 22 31 49 Sundance- Blakeman 23, McInerney 8, Hibbard 2, Hammer 12, Peplow 4, Vail 2, Sprague 18, Clark 1. Hulett - Brengle 17, Bush 6, Noyce 7, Rathbun 4, Proctor 13, Griffis 2. Sundance - 8 26 40 55 Midwest- 8 18 33 51 Sundance- Blakeman 7, McInerney 18, Hammer 4, Jones 4, Peplow 8, Sprague 14. Midwest - Alford 8, Sjolin .8, Hoff 8, Edelman 9, Mc- Cormick 10, Gasser 4, Van Norman 4. SundanceB-15 28 36 41 HulettB- 2 4 11 25 Sundance - Mol'me 3, Vail 4, Mathis 8, Johnston 2, Macy 2, Fraser 7, Gregson 2, Lenz 6, McInerney 4, Adams 2, Long 1. Hulett - Noyce 4, Nuckolls 4, Rathbun 6, S. Stoltz 3, D. Stoltz 8. SundanceB-14 27 40 54 Midwest B- 4 17 27 42 Sundance - Moline 6, Vail 13, Mathis 4, Johnston 4, Lee 5, Macy 2, Fraser 6, Gregson 1, Baldwin 5, Hart 2, Mc- Inerney 6. In freshman play here Thursday, Sundance turned back the Newcastle frosh team 48-36. JANUARY CONTINUES Levi Jackets Pant Suits Sweaters Coats 1/4 -1/2 OFF Junior high cagers play Sundance junior highr basketball teams fared well in play last week, the eighth graders winning a pair while the seventh grade team di- vided two games. The eighth grade team of coach Dennis Vail defeated Moorcroft 38-33 and then turned back Upton 35-26. Coach Bernie Schnoren- berg's seventh graders sail- ed past Moorcroft 24-13 but were defeated 30-21 in a game with Upton. The scoring: Sundance8-18 27 33 38 Moorcroft8-8 16 20 33 Sundance - Crago 16, Beaudoin 7, Vail 4, Mathis 6, Myers 4, Jensen 1. Sundance8-7 18 26 35 Upton8- 8 15 22 26 Sundance - Crago 3, Beaudoin 13, Vail 6, Mathis 9, Lappe 4. Sundance- 24 Moorcroft- 13 Sundance - Griffis 14, Lee 1, Gray 4, Hoffine 3, Caudell 2. Sundance - 21 Upton - 30 Sundance - Griffis 10, Tschetter 6, Vote 2, Hoffine 3. The eighth graders will be playing in a tourney at Gil- lette Friday and Saturday. Sundance will meet Big Horn at 10:15 a.m. Friday in the Gillette junior high school gym. Aladdin man is charged An Aladdin man, Juan Garrett, is free on $500 bond after being charged with grand larceny in the theft of an estimated $7000 in tools trom Thorval Jensen, Co- lony. Sheriff Ron Pulse said the tools were apparently sold to Bob Shear, Belle Fourche, who turned them in to the Butte County sheriff's office at Belle Fourche. Pulse said a warrant was then issued for Garrett. At his an'aignment before Justice of the Peace Mary Garman, bond was set at $500 and he was released on his own recognizance to his parents. His hearing has been set for 1:30 p.m. Jan. 24 in Justice Court here. Eiffler is flown to state hospital Scott Eiffler, who appear- ed in district court here last month on jail escape charges and was ordered to the state hospital at Evanston for a 30- day evaluation, was flown to Evanston Jan. 5. Deputy Sheriff Neal Gar- man and Eiffier flew to Evanston from Gillette. casper c ege honor rolls Honor rolls at Casper Col- lege for the 1978 fall semes- ter have been released. Named to the President's Honor Roll was Chalene Ma- de Jeffres, Moorcroft. Stu- dents must earn a grade point average of 3.80 or above to be listed on the roll. The Dean's Honor Roll for students whose grade point average was at least 3.3 but below 3.8 included Joseph Baron, Moorcroft, and Bill Stagemeyer, Sundance. Come November, there'll be so many politicians eating crow it may have to be declared an endangered species. pprove El b pass El tare ever Or votes ~fair? V~ Cea of tl~ ~ ERA wa ~man th~ Omg! ~S~tch labor to little tm] ingled o, dth a ne~ FURNITUI Durfe's Ph. 283-2082 "Everything to Wear" Sundance