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PAGE4 Dally roping results told Sundance Roping Club hosted the third dally roping Aug. 5 at the Sundance arena with 25 teams participating in the event. Winners are listed below. First go 'round--1. Jesse Hoese and Ellory Mills, 10.6; 2. Hosse and Tobe Driskill, 12.9; 3. Matt Driskill and T. Driskill, 13.0. Second go 'round-1. J. Hoese and T. Driskill, 10.1; 2. Tie, Philip Habeck and Mills, Ogden and J. Driskill, 10.5. Third go /round"l. T. Driskill and J. Driskill, 8.2; 2. Toni and Alden Robinson, 9.5; 3: Doug and A. Robin- son, 9.9. Average--1. J. Hoese and T. DriskiU, 33.5; 2. Habeck and Mills, 38.0; 3. O. Driskill and J. Driskill, 40.4; 4. Roger Kyer and A. Robinson, 47.3. Mixed roping (18 Teams)- 1. Pam and Roger Kyar, 12.8; 2. J. Driskill and Barb Robinson, 15.2; 3. Hoese and B. Robinson, 15.5; 4. Habeck and Bonnie Carmin, 18.3. Second go 'round-1. T. Robinson and Joe Carmin, 10.0; 2. D. Robinson and B. Carmin, 13.7; 3. T and A. Robinson, 16.2; 4. Driskill and Todd Hoese, 17.9. Average in mixed roping-- 1. M. Driskill and Pam Kyar, 41.9; 2. M. Driskill and T. Hoese, 46.1; 3. D. Robinson and B. Carmin, 54.7. Glass event is possible The Glass Farm, Rapid City, S.D., has extended its offer to teach a two-day workshop in stained glass ~echniques. The class can be scheduled beginning in September through April by any interested community. Supplies and tools will be REMEMBER THE SUNDANCE TIMES AUGUST 23, 1979 -~vc~ rr" ~ TE provided along with one in- structor for every five stu- dents. The sponsoring com- munity must provide ~t room for conducting the workshop and collect the registration fees of participants prior to the seminar. Students will receive in- struction in both the lead came and copporfofl tech- niques for stained glass and make a small project for each method. Advanced techni- ques regarding the construc- tion of lamps, terrariums and boxes will also be discussed. More information may be had by contacting The Glass Farm, 515 Mafia St., Rapid City, S.D, 57701. Volleyball opens here Practices for Sundance High School girls volleyball began Wednesday afternoon and will continue the rest of ,this week,. Connie Hannah~ coach, saia practices are being held at 3:30 p.m. and will be held at that same time after school starts on Mon- day. The coach said physical examinations must be com- pleted before equipment can be issued. Forms for these exan~mtions are available at the school office. FFA take fishing trip Several members of Devil's Tower FFA Chapter, Hulett, went on a fishing trip in the Big Horn Mountains on July 13. Some of those making the trip were Jay Proctor, Roger Rose, Steve Jordon, Steve Wood, Doug Stults, Scott Stults, Lloyd Johnson, Tim Bush and Warner Gunder, a foreign exchange student from Fin- land. In total there were 20 attending including two for- eign exchange students and three chaperones. The group reported that the fishing was good. Wayne Wilson, Reporter Interstate traffic down Traffic on Wyoming's in- terstate highways was down "nine percent during June, compared with the same month in 1978, according to the planning branch