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THE SUNDANCE TIMES Wyoming's New Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 14, 1957 Brings New Offensive System slow, oon *anio boa* are more efficient if they have a Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beagle drove lins to Rapid City Saturday round bottom at "barely" or semi- to Newcastle Sunday where they they took a group of scouts accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Bill tend the Boy Scout Expositi WYOMINGS NEW -- 2-24 planing speeds a V-bottom has a Belt, Vurl Belt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Airman and Mrs. Robert Laramie, Wyo. -- Wyoming'sspent Friday afternoon and eve- good edge over the round. ThisDavis and Douglas ttemler to the of Rapid City spent the we new football coach, Bob Devany, ning with Harvey Talleys. Talleys is because V's can have more hotrod races held on the ice at visiting Mr. Quint's parent: (pronounced Di-VAN-ee will bring shopped in Spearfish Monday. planing surface forward, where the Stockade Lake near Custer. and Mrs. John Quint and ,l~ to Laramie and the Equality State Sunday evening dinner guests of weight is likely to be in almost any Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rounds at- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jay and a new offensive system, but the the Palmer Hegges were Mr. andinboard. Planing round-bottoms or tended the buffet supper held in Vernon Wells of Seely were formula for winning will be the Mrs. Ray Osgard and Susan and lapstrake boats are also seaworthy, Beulah Saturday night, urday callers in town. same -- organization, conditioning, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Pfarr. efficient and safe craft at high Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schloredt andFourche as a result of a broke hard knocking, and desire. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bousa andspeeds. The f o r m e r family called on the Palmer Hegge Wood is way the odds-on favor-family visited in Lead Sunday at received in a logging accident the home of Mr and Mrs. WalterDevils Tower last week. Michigan S t a t e family Wednesday afternoon. Rev. ite for these offshore sport boats, Sehloredt. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. V~ assistant for the Lee Goodell of Sundance was a call- metal being much less used than Mrs. Harold Wells and Shirley Dick and family Thursday to past four years er at the Bousa and Howes homes in larger, or smaller, boats; fiber of Hulett stayed with the Richard will install the Sunday afternoon, glass is coming in. The most pop- Proctor children Saturday while urday were Mrs. Dick's sister, f a m e d Spartan Mrs. Howes' mother, Mrs. Earl ular wood constructions are doubIe- their parents, accompanied by Richard Waller and dau multiple attack Wilson, and sister, Mrs. Don Swen- planked, batten-seam, lapstrake, tIenry and Cecil Cundy, attended Rapid City. at Wyoming, A son, spent Thursday and Friday at especially in round-bottoms and combination o f the Alfred Howes home. Earl plywood, especially in the smaller single win,.,. % Wilson was also there for Friday sizes. and split T. Ten- night supper. Power may range from not much nessee's balanced l,uncheon guests on Monday of less than 50 horses up Io several ~EVANEV line, a fixture of Mabel Vines were Mr. and Mrs. hundred. Conventional installa,- Cowboy teams for the past ten Alfred Schloredt and children,tion, with the motor around amid- years under coaches Bowden Wyatt Other callers during the week were ship or somewhat aft, is most corn- and Phil Dickens, will be supplant- Veach Bushnell and Ray Potter,mon. Very often there is a reduc- ed by the Michigan State unbal- Mr. and Mrs. I.orraine Barnes and lion gear between molor and pro- aneed line, but the elements which children, Aca Barnes of Belle peller shaft. Witlmut changing make for success will nol he dis- Fourche. Edith and Marion Tbomp- motor speed, a reduction gear re- carded, son and Raymond and Eleanor duees the speed of the propeller Devaney, whose class A Alphena Vines. shaft to suit propeller require- high school elevens won 52 games Mrs. Jim Loose of Belle Fourcbe ments. while losing only nine over a sev- was a Thursday visitor at the IIu- Two-motor installation in an en-year period in Michigan's I)ert Mathews home. The tiubert offshore inboard craft is often fay- toughest prep loop, has made it Mathews family attended the bas- ored and done. Use of dual in- perfectly clear that there are no ketball game in Sundance Friday board power is practical with as short cuts to victory, night. Guests of Teresa Mathews low as 50 hp motors and has the "I'm sold on the Michigan State Saturday night were Karol Hooper, obvious advantage that in case of system," says the slraight-talking Devaney, "but no system can take credit for winning or blame for losing. There's no magic formula for victory nor easy excuse for defeat. Good material and long, tough preparation is the answer," he concluded. Karen Hegge and Kenny Glover. Kickbush (Feb. 14) Frank Lincoln and Alfred Sipe attended George Carr's funeral motor failure another is left to bring the cruiser in from the ocean. Quite a few boatmen know that 4-cycle motors (this includes near- ly all inboards are generally more economical on fuel than 2-cycle motors (this includes nearly all The 41-year-old life-long Michi- last week. outboards). And with inboards, the gander went on to explain that Mrs. Henry Lincoln and Mrs. saving of fuel by cutting down to many grid fans believe the Michi- Goodell were Saturday shoppers gan State multiple offense to be in Spearfish. B. F. Lincoln and a cruising speed is quite marked. extremely difficult to master, but Eddie Meisner were Tuesday din- he said, "I don't believe we'll have ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry any difficulty putting in our entire Lincoln. attack during Spring practice." Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Mr. He pointed .this up by noting and Mrs. Ulric Hawken, Nancy that virtually the entire Michigan and Frank were Sunday afternoon State offense was installed by the and evening guests of Mr. and North eleven in a week's time for Mrs. Virgil Schlup. The Schlups the Miami Shrine game this past were callers on Mr. and Mrs. Hay- December. Devany assisted Duffy old Larson and Mrs. Claud Banks Daugherty with the North team. in Spearfish Saturday. (The North won handily, 17-7.) Mr. and Mrs. John Miller and Devaney, who was born in Sag- Beverly were Sunday visitors in inaw, Mich., and grew up there and the Art Bunney home. Saturday who was a college football star and they kept dental appointments in team captain at Alma College, Spearfish. Miss Annabelle Dilla- graduating in 1939, will complete you spent the weekend with the plans for his final move from East Millers. Lansing between now and Feb. 15. Word was received from Emory He is at present also negotiating George who is in St. Luke's hospi- with potential members of the five- tal in Denver that he will soon be man staff he will have at Wyoming. able to return home. Mrs. Kate He has said definitely that at least Banks of Spearfish was a Wednes- one member of this staff will be a day dinner guest of Mrs. Emory Wyoming graduate with coaching George. Marie Kipp spent the experience, weekend there, Mr. and Mrs. He will talk with former Cow- Charles J. Williams and Criss Gay boys upon his return to Laramie. were-Sunday visitors. He hopes to have the entire matter Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reynolds of assistants settled in the next two spent the weekend with their son weeks. The new Poke head man Gene and family. They also call- expects to move his family to Lara- mie sometime in March. Devaney is married to the former Phyllis Wiley, his college sweetheart, and has two children, a son, Michael, 15, and a daughter, Patricia, 12. Present plans call for the Cow- boys' Spring drills to start April 8, and conclude with the annual intrasquad game, May 4. Twelve top Senior lettermen from Wyo- ming's undefeated 1956 eleven in- cluding all American Jim Crawford and seven additional starters will be graduated. ed on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hum- phrey. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Petera attended the show in Sun- dance Sunday night. Sunday dinner guests of the Everett Fowlers were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Herber, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Herber and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. W~ldon Thomas and sons of Spearfish. t , For extensive offshore fishing, whether on the Atlantic or Pacific (Feb. 14) coasts, the inboard motor is su- The men of the neighborhood preme. So says Willard Crandall, can't quite agree on the nearness boating editor of Sports Afield of Spring. Some are welcoming Magazine. baby calves already, and the The reasons are many: for more Smiths were thrilled to see two extensive going, for larger loads, meadowlarks the other day, but for less dependency on weather, Alfred Howes comes home eve- for greater safety as waves roll nings wet from working in knee- high and the shore is at a distance. deep snow in places. The most popular inboards for Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith and offshore fishing are from about 25 Mrs. Alex Smith shopped in Dead- to 30 ft. long. A larger boat is wood Saturday while Alex attend- better. But for a lot of sportsmen, ed a livestock meeting in Spearfish any boat over 30 ft. means too and visited George Howes. Paul much loss of speed, plus accommo- and Violet Smith visited her grand- dations and room aboard on a mother, Mrs. Draper in Osage Sun- scale not needed. Minimum cabin day. accommodations on a sport-fishing Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Donnen- inboard include toilet, refrigerator, wirth and family of Rapid City stove and bunks for two, the Boy Scout Exposition in]I~ ! Personal Items City. ..~ Rev. Lee Goodell, BOYrd~ Mr. and Mrs. George Beagle and Master, accompanied Wilfo 17 and 21 Inch Models I l'h. AT 3-1343 ~lllldl|n('o~ We're between the Devil and the deep blue sea when it comes to writing an ad this time of the year. It's too early for spring and too late for winter work. We did some thought about advertising our hardware. We considered bolts and nuts, cap screws and gate hinges. We thought of cabinet hardware and door hardware. We also thought we'd bring to your attention our most comp|ete stocks of plumbing, electri- cal, logging and well supplies. We decided to urge all of you to make this your one stop for all your hardware needs. We can furnish you with whatever you need. Edward Petersen, Manager W