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August 4, 1966

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S scribe to The Carol Ann Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peter. son of Sundance, has been ac- epted for the fall term at the 'National College of Business in Rapid City. Carol is a graduate ~f Sundance High School. S'he will be enrolled in the Junior Business Administration course. =nce Water Sundance now has water with a built in tooth-decay preventa- tive._. According to Dr. G. R. Hud- son, county health officer, the amount of flouride in the water from the Holwell well is "almost exactly the same as that which is recommended for water flour. idation for proper development of teeth." The water was recently anal. yzed by the School of Mines at Rapid City. BASEBALL RESULTS Babe Ruth League r h e Sundance 002 022 0 6 7 6 Spearfish 006 (10) 001 17 18 3 Pitchers - Mike Hughes, Randy Cornelia (Sun); Brunson (Sp). Home Run - Dick Teigen; 3h- Jim Larsen, Lindsey Hooper. r h e Sundance 104 001 0 6 10 2 Upton 013 000 1 5 8 3 (Final game of season) Winning pitcher- Mike Hughes; Losing pitcher - Bob Eisenhower. 2b - Dick Teigen, Mike Hughes. The Sundance Babe ,Ruth team finished the season with two wins and four losses. The team beat Upton twice; lost to Spearfish twice and to Lead and Upton, once. ERASABLE BOND, LEGAL AND letter size. Now at The Tim~, Howard L. Aug. 15; Lettermen Coach Darrell Johnson will get his first look at the 1966 Bull- dog football ~eam Monday, Aug. 15. The first practice session is scheduled ~or 5 p.m. on that day. Equipment will be issued to all players Friday, Aug. 5 at 6:30 p.m. Although Johnson lost five regulars including All-State End Bob Pickerd, he has 1G returning lettermen - eight of whom are seniors. Johnson expects a "pretty good club." "We have some experienc- ed boys and should be improving in our third year of ll-man foot- ball," Johnson said. Last year the Bulldogs won 5 and lost 4. Sundance will play an eight- game schedule - six conference games and non-conference con- tests against Deadwood and Edge- mont. The Bulldogs schedule: Sept. 2 Tongue River* 1:30 p.m. Sept. 9 Deadwood (tI) 1:30 p.m. Sept. 16 - Midwest * (H) 1:30 p.m. Sept. 23 Edgemont (H) 1:30 p.m. ] ................... For Fast Processing Your Fair Leave Them With Your Speadish m- - J_-- Sept. 30 Hulett* 1:30 p.m. Oct. 14 Upton* 7:30 p~n. Oct. 21 Moorcroft* 1:30 p.m. Oct. 28 Big Horn * (H) 1:30. THE (H) Home east District Every Friday and Saturday Night This Weekend malres - - - direct from The B and B's Back Porch Dances are gaining in throughout the Hills because of the p|easant atmosphere at the Back Porch and because of the entertainment and dancing provided. Bring your g~i weekend. You'll enjoy the music and the rustic, gas phere of our Back Porch. The B and B Bar and Back Spearfish i ii!:i i !ii !~i in porch from Your Gate City All Star Route Man Or On the Shelves at Boyd's and Model