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Sundance Reserves Nab Two Victories in Basketball Action Hulett high school's wrestlers 127-Bartlett and Zimmerschied dropped a pair of dual meets last drew. 334 week. dropping a 34 - 13 decision 133 - ~:'ridgeon (M) dec. Huck- 525 to 'Moorcroft Jan. 14 and ,bowing ins, 6-0. to `Midwest Jan. 17 by a 29-19 138 - Wesley (`M)dec. Ryther, score. 6-0. ~03 ~Results of ,the meets: 145 - Atkinson (H) dec. Goss- ; Hulett./~rcroft man, 5-4. 594 95. Yount (,M) dec. Good- Good- 154 - Clark (H) dec. Norris, 11- 95 - Yount (M) dec. Goodwin, 4. 6-0. 165 - 175 - Hwt. - `Moorcroft won 583 103 - Raber (H) pinned Lynn, by forfeit. 583 4:44. Hulett-Midwest 579 112 - Sipe (M) dec. Neiman, 95 - Plenzer (M) dec. Goodvin, 7-0. 6-5. 331 120 - Vondra (M) pinned Dor-103 -Raber (H) dec. Ragsdale, 269 sett, 1:07. 8-4. 112 - Dorsett (H) pinned Whit- man, 3:57. 120 Whitman (WI) pinned Waugh, 1:31. 127 -Bartlett (I-I) pinned Thomp- son, 1:47. 133 -Huckins (l-I) dec. Graham, 5-4. 138 - Macy (M) dec. Ryther, 5-0. 145 - Horton (M) dec. Atkinson, 14-1. 154 - Clark (H) dec. Chapman, 10-9. 165, 175, hwt. -Midwest won by forfeit. gs Meet 189 135 124 121 Coach Leonard Sherman's B squad came up with two victories in three games last week to run their season's record to 10-2. The reserves squelched New Underwood, 50-42, dropped a 46- 39 decision to a tall Custer club and squeezed past Upton, 47-42. Against New Underwood, Sun- dance led at the half, 24-21, but fell behind 35-34 after three per- iods, before ralying for the vic- tory in ,the final quarter. Mark Hughes rammed in 14 points to lead Sundance with Gene Taylor adding 10. Sundance battled Custer even- ly in the first half, trailing 20-15 at halftime, before the South Da- kota team pulled away in ,the final half. Ed Lee, 'Murray Collins and Jim Larsen all notched 9 points for Sundance. Against Upton, Sundanee led 10-9 after the first period and then fell" behind 23-20 at the half. However, Larsen, Hughes and Henke pulled Sundance on top 37-38 after three periods and they hung on to post the victory. Larsen had 15 to lead Sundanee with Henke adding 11 and Hughes 10. CARD OF THANKS Our thanks :to our friends and neighbors for sympathy cards and offers of help when I was called to California by the death of my niece and nephew. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Proctor Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hutchins, Rhonda and Billy drove to Moor- croft Tuesday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bush and fam- ily. 59S 550 The Sundance Bulldogs will at- tempt to get back on the ,winning path in basketball with a pair of games this week. Sundance is at Hulett Friday The Sundance Bulldogs were while Wales led Sundance with night for a conference game and tagged with three basketball de- 8. ~ then plays host on its home court had feats last week, the toughest one The previous nL, ht at New Un- Saturday night to Greybull. coming at Upton Tuesday nightderwood, the Bulldogs fell behind Lure when they bowed 39-37 in a con- in the first period iand were never in- test in which they held a lead able to overcome New Under- Sundance Junior ntly in the fourth period, wood's lead. ~gez"In two nomconference games, The South Dakota club held a the Bulldogs were trounced, 58- six-point margin after the first High Fives Split 41, by Custer and 71-54 by New period, 17-11, and stretched it to Underwood, a team they had pre- 37-26 at the half. The Bulldogs viously defeated, narrowed the gap in the third With Moorcroft Both clubs were cold in theperiod before New Underwood Upton game, .~he ~ulldogs shoot- struck for 21 points in the final Coach Earl Gray's junior high ing only 26 percent for the game, period, cage forces split a pair of games hitting 10 .of 30 shots. Upton Darrel Bousa paced the Bull- with ~Vfoorcroft last Thursday. didn't shoot much better, dogs with 17 points with Harper The Sundance seventh graders The Bobcats opened up an 1l- adding 14. Syzmonski notched 20 posted a 28-19 victory with Kelly 8 margin in the first period bu,: for New Underwood. Proctor leading the scorers with the Bulldogs behind Gary KippThe results: 8. ,Hall had 7 for Moorcroft. and Terry Wales came back to New Underwood 17 37 50 71 It was a different result in lead 17-16 at the half. Each club Sundance 11 26 42 54 the eighth grade game as Moor- had only one field goal apiece in New Underwod - Syzmonksi 20; croft won 37-22. Kirby Duvall the second period. Deal 14; Stover 15; Johnson 14; notched 14 points for Moorcroft The Bobcats inched in front 27- Williamson 6; Hall 2. with Jeff Baggs posting 8 for 26 after three periods but the Sundance - ~Bousa 17; Harper Sundance. Bulldogs, with Alan Harper hit. 14; Hooper 8; Teigen 5; Kipp 11. The junior high clubs are at ring three buckets took the lead Custer 18 29 46 58 Upton for a pair of games Thurs- in the final period but failed to Sundance ~ 15 29 41 day night. hold it . Custer - Schmidt 12; Sims 20; Sundance lost the ball 15 times Sciger 9; Lipp 4; Earring 8; Han- in the game and lost it again in san 3; Scott 2. VOD Winners the final seconds when it had a Sundance- Bousa 6; Harper 7; chance to deadlock matters. Hooper 4; Teigen 2; Kipp 6; Wales Harper had 14 points to lead 8; Hughes 6; Collins 2. RevealedebY VF N Its e or 'e Sundance While ,Petersen had 9 Upton 11 16 27 39 for Moorcroft. Sundance 8 17 26 37 `M's. D ,bby G ge, Chey nne, Upton - Petersen 9; Kraft 6; has been named the state winner Sundance, on its home floor Finn 6; Rankin 6; Hudson 2; Nor- of the 1969 Voice of Democracy Saturday night, fell behind Cus- ris 2; Sewell 7; Barton 2. script writing contest, according ter 18-6 in the first period and Sundance - Kipp 6; Hooper 4; to Emerson Pickerd, Sundance, trailed 29-15 at the half. Gary Harper 14; Wales 4; Teigen 5;:Department VFW patriotic in- Sims topped Custer with 20 points Collins 2; Lee 2. structor. In VFW District 2 which in- i eludes Crook County, Janice Dav- is, `Moorcroft, placed first in the district event. Miss Davis, along with other District 2 winners will attend She district's spring meet. ing in Dayton receive her a~vard. ' `Miss George will :receive an all. Ir expenses paid 'trip to Washington, D. C. for the nationocla tnr D. C. for the national contest and Coach Dennis Talich's power. .Bryan Graham, 13-9. , a $100 Savings Bond from the 1,,ful Sundance high s~hool wrest. 138 - Perry Livingston (S) dec. Wyoming VFW. -R,i V~rs POsted their fifth dual meet Randy Macy, 1-0. ,etory of the season here Satur- 145 -George Krebe (S) dec. L ,'oca',,,,P-=r' Will ~ay afternoon, winning 33-13 over Jim Horton, 4-3. ~idwest. __ 154 - Floyd Canfield (S) dee. bY'. The ]~ulldogsthe trailed 13-5 be- Brad165Chapman,Jim 12-0. Kp n"e-rese-t Dorm ~r; w, inning last eight bouts. - Viergets .(S) dec. ~on .... .:,~?~ ~utchinson and Mack Fer- te Anderson, 15-8. Dt~- ;;n's scored the only Sundanee 175- Keith Vavidson (S) dec.At Convention ,er Dave Rogers, 4-0. ~wt. - Champ Steel (S) won by forfeit. Lights have been erected by the Sundance Lions Club at the ice skating rink across the street from the school. The club said the rink will be lighted until 10 p.m. However, the club asked chil- dren to keep off the ice w~hen it is soft in order not to ruin the surface. Sundance B squad wrestlers al- so fared well, posting an 8-5 de- cision. l*r The results: B Squad Ing, j^138 . Gary Canfield (S) pinned ',artuan Plenger, 5:15. , Le~4,Sf Gary Gasser cM)pinned ;fyo" --u ~*]ckerd, 5:27; Joe Engel- haupt (S) dec Brad Eldridge, 10 not-3. " " g A Squad: 5 - 'Pat "Plenger (M) dee. Chuck Durfee, 7-3. east ~,103.. `Marvin Ragsdale (M) pin. ad" "~,u~czy Kipp, 2:20. ~z -`Mike Hutchinson ,(S)pin- reef l~ed Tracts Whitman, 1:06. 120 . Terry Whitman (M) pin- ned Bob Habeck, 1:06. St~127,,~ `Mark Ferrell (S) pinned ~ ~aom.pson, 3:08. o~ . Tom Pridgeon (S) dec. Deborah Proctor, daughter of `Mr. and Mrs. Richard Proctor, Sundance, and a freshman at the University of Wyoming, has been selected as representative of W,hite Hall to attend the National Residents Hall Association con. vention in Long Beach, Calif. Miss Proctor will be one of 11 UW students leaving by jet from Denver Feb. 5 for the conven- tion. They will return Feb. 9. While in California, ,the group will tour Los Angeles, Disney. land and Knott's Berry Farm. Miss Proctor graduated from Sundance high school in 1968. At Wyoming, she serves as a dorm senator and is a member of the RHA food service committee, rdorm publicity and elections com- mittee and the Associated Wom- en Students publicity committee. playing II at the line | of all the knocks and squeaks and rumbles and other unnecessary unpleasantness you'll hear in an automobile that's getting regular service at Ph. 283-2465 Sundance ~r