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February 4, 1954

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Harvester Rally Falls ShorE, 68-58; Road Trip Jinx as Bulldogs Falter any closer. Statistics tell some sort of a J tale. The Sundance club flipped, in 26 buckets against Rapid City's 25 were were outshot 18-6 at the free throw line. Those points~ made the difference and sent the March of Dimes benefit crowd home in disappointment. Red Devils Trample Moorcroft Five In Cage Tilt 58-44 In a fast game marred by num- erous fouls, the Hulett Red Devils continued their winning ways by rolling over the Moorcroft Wolves 58-44 at Moorcroft Friday night. The Red Devils opened strongly, moving to a 124 lead in the first qual~er and holding a 28-19 half- time edge. The Wolves trailed 42-30 going into the final frame. Rapid City Club Winner In Benefit Despite 23 points by Kenny Dud- rey, the Sundance Harvesters dropped their fourth decision of lhe year when Becket's Drug of Rapid City grabbed a 13-point edge in the opening period and hung on to notch a 68-58 victory on the Sundance court Saturday night. The Harvesters were extremely cold in the first period with Dud- rey and Bill Durfee hitting two baskets apiece. Meanwhile, the i South Dakota club paced by Sewell end Harrison raced to'a 21-8 lead and led at the half 39-26. The Harvesters caught fire in the last half led by Howard Har- ~ey, Calvin Hejde and Dudrey. Becker's wilted in the final frame ~nd the Harvesters pulled within ~ix points but were unable to get Up for .~ driving layup shot goes $olm~tah| in bottom pie- ture. Harvesters' fast break caught Rapier City flatfooted and Stabl zoomed in for shot at wide epen buket but missed ,shot. Kenay Dudrey ~mnd Rapid City player watch shot. Two Harvester scoring at. tempts - one successful and one not so successful - are caught by the camera. In the top photo, Howard Harvey evnd,,~ two Rawld City ~ml ~ap~s Ideml. ' ed hook shot mat clicked. Midwest, Buffalo Win Over Bulldogs Following a disastrous two-game road jaunt, the Sundance Bull-' dogs returned to the friendly con- fines of their own floor for three home tilts in the next week. Newcastle comes in Friday night for its first game with the Bulldogs and then next week, Moorcroft is here Tuesday and Upton Thursday. The Bulldogs played bad bas- ketball last week on the road. Against Midwest last Thursday, the i Stmdance club bowed 53-37 after whipping the Oilers here 59-55. Then on the following night, the Bulldogs moved on to Buffalo and were beaten 47-35 by the Bison. --TCEA (Continued from First Page) watts of power would handle 5-6000 horsepower in the field plus farm and ranch loads in the Clareton area. However he said the horse- 'power was only an estimate and that more or less might be used. At the present time, Loreflzen said, the TCEA was connecting a 400 horsepower pipe line pumping station in the Mush Creek field. He i said the station would be run at peak capacity 24 hours a day for a minimum of five years. --Institute (Continued from First Page) livestock specialist; Martha Ulrich, Extension clothing specialist, and Bob Gilden, Extension agricultur- al engineer. Heard on the second day will bt. Lt. Nell Boyd of the Wyoming Highway Patrol; Bonnie Ever- ling, Crook county home demon- stration agent; Jerry Sotola of Armour and Co. and Dean Hilton M. Briggs of the College of Agri- i culture at the University of Wy- oming. Entertainment during the pro- :gram will be furnished by Farm Bureau Jocals from Moorcroft, Sunny Divide, New Haven, Alva i Sundance and Redwater. Business firms sponsoring the free lunch are Tracy Motor Co., ~C. D. Roberts, Crook County Re- ,finery and Larry Endres from Sundance. ! Final Rites Held For Pat O'Connor Who Died Monday Funeral services for Patrick W. O'Connor of Sundance were held Monday in Sundance and New- castle. O'Connor, 78, who died Monday at the Beagle hospital here, was buried Tuesday in Green Mountain cemetery. Rosary services were held Mon- day at the C. D. Roberts Funeral Home and a requiem mass at New- castle. O'Connor died Monday after he had been taken to the hospital Saturday. He was born April 6, 1876 in Essex county, New York. When he was 13 he moved to Colorado and in 1902 to South Dakota where he farmed. O'Connor came to Crook county in 1937 and formerly operated a pool hall in Sundance. A member of the Catholic church, his only known survivors are several nephews. Charles Plato Wins Honors At Denver ,High School Despite a hearing handicap, Charles Plato, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delos Plato, of Stmdance, has been named to the honor roll at Morey Junior High in Denver,, Colo. The boy is a seventh grade stud- ent in the school and is attending the program for the hearing hand- !lcapped which is carried out in tlie regular school. He has attended the school since Nov. 9. --Court (Continued From First Page) and had his drivers license auto- matically suspended for 30 days. Found guilty Feb. 2 in city police court of drunkenness and resisting an officer was Dick Schulze, Jr. of Sundance. Schulze had been arrested Feb. 1 by City Marshal Amos Ewing. In court he pleaded not guilty to the charges. Following a police court trial in which he was found guilty of both charges, police jus- tice Sidney Harvey fined him $25 on both counts plus court costs. Schulze remains in the city jail after he was unable to pay his fine. --Shepard (Continued from First Page) Because of ill health she moved to Las Vegas, N. M., where she attended New Mexico Normal. In 1922 she moved to Colony to as- sist Shepard in the publication of the Colony Coyote. She was mar- ried to Shepard in 1925. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. J. A. Logan, Ft. Morgan, Colo., and Mrs. J. R. Bright, Williamsport, Ohio. German Educator, HDA Will Speak Tuesday at PTA Two speakers will be featured at Tuesday night's session of the Sundance Parent-Teachers Associa- tion. Miss Bonnie Everling, Crook county home demonstration agent, md Josef Wilhelm Gerwing, Ger- man educator, will both spe.ak at the meeting, Mrs. Paul Cummings, )resident of the PTA, said this week. The meeting will be held at the high school starting at 8 p.m. Third Child Born To Hulett Couple Mr. and Mrs. William Spangler of Hulett are the parents of a daughter born Jan. 26 at the Belle Fourche hospital. The little girl weighed 8 Ibs. 8 3-4 oz. and has been named Ione Elaine. The Spanglers also have two other children. Belle Theater Belle Fourche, S. D, Warm and Cool" Conditioned Friday arab Saturday Feb. 5, 6 Double Feature ,Program Evening Shows 7:00, 9:45 Matinee Saturday 1:30 Red Skelton in "Half A Hero" Plus Robert Young Janis Carter in "The Half Breed" Sunday, Monday, Feb. 7, 8 Continuous Shows Sunday 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 Attend the Matinee and Avoid the Crowd Monday Show, 7:30, 9:30 Joan Crawford Michael Wilding in "Torch Song" News and Selected Shorts Tues., We&, Thurs., Feb. 9, 10 U Evening Shows 7:30, 9:30 Alan Ladd and James Mason in "Botany Bay" Selected Short Subjects THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 4,~ BULLDOG BASKETBA 1953.54 Schedule Feb. 5, Newcastle Feb. 9, Moorcroft Feb. 11, Upton Feb. 19, Gillette Feb. 20, Edgemont Feb. 23, Edgemont Feb. 26, Newcastle German Educator 'Arrive Feb. 4 for Month's Stay Here Among other activities at dance high school as noted by 5 Frank Wagner is the German educator Josef Gerwing scheduled for Feb. Gerwing will stay in county for one month and dress various organizations here. All junior and senior high ents were shown films the 1952 state champion bouts by Clark Allen, high instructor. Allen also wrestling holds to the the method of scoring i Funeral Rites Hed For Erick Graveside services were Jan. 25 at Green Mountain 'tery for Swedish-born Johansson who died in Jan. 23. Johansson, 86, former county rancher. Services were Howard DeVol. Johansson, who was born 13, 1867 at Nederkaliz, tens, Sweden, came to the States in 1903. After the Cambria coal mines years, he horaesteaded in j yan Kara area until 1911. He sold his homestead made a trip to Sweden. 1915, he had made his Julius Frederiksen of who formerly lived at Four ers. His only known two brothers in Sweden. : Tell 'em. you saw It In The Theater ~;IIN~I)ANC~ ~:OOP M Friday, Feb. 5, 6 "COW COUNTRY" Starring Edmond O'Brien Helen Westcott Brute force controlled of range! Cattle barons kings! Plus THE LITTLE "The Bear Sunday, Feb. 7, 8 BAY" In Technicolor Starring James Stewart Joonne Dru Gilbert Roland Dan Duryea The Brawling, Mauling t the biggest bonanza ef