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II e Coach Neil Hoffine's Sundance Bulldogs turned loose a crushing running game at Midwest Friday night and bombed the Oilers 27-8 in a Powder River Conference clash. Running backs Doug Liv- ingston and Kelly Proctor churn- ed through Midwest for 326 yards on the ground. The Bulldog defense was also tough, throttling the Midwest club in the final quarter, allow- ing the Oilers only four yards in offense. Sundance tallied in the opening 21/2 minutes when Andy Fraser collected Kelly Proctor's fumble in the Oiler endzone. Midwest then took a short-lived lead in the first period when Dan Mor- ris scored on a 20-yd. run. The Bulldogs moved on top to stay in the second quarter with quarterback Kirk Ellingford sneaking in from two yards out. Livingston ended the scoring with two touchdowns in the final quarter on runs of 9 and 23 yards. The durable Sundance back carried 28 times for 209 yards. In four games this seas- on, Livingston has rushed for 507 yards. Ellingford quarterhacked the entire game for Sundance, allow- ing Proctor to move to running back Proctor responsed by gain- ing 117 yards on 22 carries and also intercepted one pass. The Bulldogs piled up 12 first downs ctymparedto Midwest's 9 and had the edge in total offense 324 to 287. Hoffine said the line play was outstanding and the blocking ex- cellent. Top defensive play came when Jim Dillavou batted a Mid- west pitchout which Dane Henke recovered. Another conference game is on tap here Friday when the Bull- dogs play Upton. Kickoff time will be at 3:30 p.m. Posts 42-0 Win Paced by the running and pas- sing of Eric Beaudoin and Mike McInerney, Coach Earl Gray's Sundance junior high eleven crushed Hulett 42-0 here Thurs- day. lett Mr. and Mrs. Newt Hinkle, At- ascadero, Calif., returned to their home last week after visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Red- ding and Mrs. Enid Frisbee. Mrs. Hinkle, formerly Anna Fris- bee, was a resident of the area at John Mooney, Sundance Mrs. Clarence Elwonger, Fall City, Nebr. Marion Thompson, Sundance Tom Graham, Sundance Zella Sackett, Sundance Ted Glover, Sundance Charles Jones, Sundance C. W. Hayward, Sundance Leonard A. McCullough, Moor- croft Beaudoin tallied four times and one time, teaching in county rural Lindsay Soft Water Service, McInerney twice as the BuIlpups schools and six years at Clear- Gillette erupted for four touchdowns in mont and Sheridan before moving Mrs. Margaret Bergin, Sundance the second half to California. Elaine Olson, Beulah Sundance tallied twice in the C.J. Christensen, Beulah first quarter with McInerney Mrs. Albert Neiman, Hulett pitching 17 .yards to Beaudoin. Mrs. E. J. Svoboda, Hulett Later in the period, Beaudoin John C. Wages, Moorcroft Mike Rawhouser, Sundance, roudl dis la s the 81/4-Ib' P Y P Y ur rambled 65 yards with a punt Cleo E. Engle, Sturgis, S.D.rainbow trout he landed Friday at a stock pond in the Fo return. McInerney added a two- New G.R. Shimmin, Moorcroft Corners area. point conversion. Dennis Morgan, Alzada, Mont. Jack Cameron, Sundance The Bullpups added two scores Terry L. King, Sundance Mrs. Walter S. Reilly, Denver The trout was 24 inches in length with a 15-inch girth RaW in the third period, Beaudoin run- Robert Katon, Sundance Edna M. Graves, Laramie houser caught the fish on worms while fishing in the Lemus Lar" ning 60 yards for one and McIn- Eleanor Kay Glover, Brookings, Credit Bureau of Newcastle, son stock pond. erney 40 yards for the second. S.D. Newcastle In the fourth quarter, McIner- Anna G. Powell, Belle Fourche lVIm. Kathryn Russell, Hulett Delbert Stugelmeyer, Sundance Crook County Cowbelles The Weston County cnwhelle~ hey shook loose on a, reverse for Mrs. Richard Cromer, Hinsdale, Earl Scott, Sundance Hold Luncheon Meeting extended an invitatiJonVto th~ 70 yards and a score. He closed Ill. out the scoring, connecting with Doris Morris, Rapid City, S.D. Eugene Kipp, Sundance A regular meeting of the Crook county group to attend a meeti~.~, Beaudoin on a 40-yd. scoring pass. Wilma Tenke, Sundance Mrs. Harvey Ferdinand, County Cowbeiles was held Tues- Oct. 16 at noon at the Flying v Defensive standouts for Sun-Miss Bonnie Nielsen, Powell Sundance day with a no-hostess luncheon Cambria Inn. State Cow~-lle~ dance were Kim Sprague, Phillip Tom A. Neiman, San Diego, Cal. George Prazma, Sundance at the Aro Cafe in Sundance. presiaent Margie Masters win ~- Cunningham and McInerney. Max Svoboda, Casper John A. Moline; Aladdin the featured guest Joining the group were two new ....... ..... :-a~ Thursday night, the Bullpups George Reed, Sundance Alfred Schelldorf, Sundance members, Valerie McCullough, , ~rarnngl~ov.,l, me ,Amer~iilI travel to Upton with kickoff time Janet Clark, Sheridan First National Bank, Gillette ~ ...... ~, ~.a ,~...: ..... ~auonai ~owneues t:OOKnOOZ. ,' ,LYAUUJL ~*LUIL (lllU J.LCI~J~ .r~kyll~ J. , , . be avatlable by calhng Mrs Ru )t set for 6:15 p.m. Roger Vanderboom, Sundanee Gerald Mahoney, Alva Beulah. Mrs. Lillian Ewing of .... ' ~cnup, ~unuance Daniel A. Moline, Palms, Calif. Charles Taylor, Sundance South Dakota was a guest at the " - r~ Ray Simon, Beulah Lottie Dillon, Sundance meeting. Members heard a letter fro. Wayne Wolff, Belle Fourche The Cowbelles voted to send the state beef .[aromo, tion c,~h~)~ ppl man inn sale mar ahem ~,, Sundance To ed Ron .., Sam Jolley, Hulett night letters concerning Senate .... ---o~t~ Sgt. Harry G. Sisson, Patrick Gene Ewing, Spearfish Bi'[l 268 to W'*omin" Re" Teno neei promonon announc~m~:'. In JV Football QueenAFB' Brothers,Flrida Sundance BertLeslieRathbun,Sherrard' SheridanNewcastle Roncalio and i~/onta~a R~. John newswill beonheardme t~asperdUring the .eVean~]ane ~x Melchor The bill pertains to the .... David J. Graham, Moorcroft Nee Cote, Moorcroft future of private land ownership. ~ity television s[ations, eived In junior varsity football action Olive M. Long, Loveland, Colo. Jerry Bush, Hulett " " r rnanK you cards were rec at Upton Monday night, CoachJohn Kluver, Gillette Mrs. A. C. Reynolds, Moorcroft The napkin commzttee repo t ............. from tvLonte ~oeuer, captazn o~ Hugh Palmer's Sundance eleven Ralph Little, Odessa, Texas Pvt. Gary R. Canfield, New ed that a few boxes of the old th .... ; ..... ~ ;,,,~o;.,. tea,~, dropped an 18-6 decision.. Aubery Long, Hulett York 1960 printing of Cowbelles napkins ~'~,~ ~i~*,~,~"~,.~1~%'n"~' se~ior Upton grabbed the scoring edge Mrs. Catherine Clingan, Sundance Monty Newman, Sundance and the new napkins can be oh- m,~t ~.a,,h~= win-,~r for th, rained at the Farm Bureau office tro",~ie~""~"~% ~,,1~"~'~ 'FFA a~a on the second play of the game, Paul Myers, Sundance ~,Ne[I in Sundance. FHA" .............. chapters thanked the Co~', t recovering its own fumble fern Allan Edwards, Sundance SC L.. Members were told that the belles for the beef furnished to touchdown. Upton scored again in Kenneth W. Sips, Sundance otcnr Roberts state Cowbelles president will vis- the chanters' banauet last spring' the second quarter and led 12-0 Deane Bryan, Moorcroft at halftime. Jean Stinson, Hulett it during the meeting_ of the ~ Sundance cut the gap to 12-6 in Donald Anderson, Carlile Wins Sundance coun~ grouv oct. 23. The meet- ing will be ~eld at Marco Village Last weekend visitors of Mrsi the third period when quarter- Chas. C. Viergutz, Aladdin starting at 12:30 p.m. Roll call Grace Hawken were Mr. ~ila: back Kirk Ellingford hooked up Pennie Fall, Rapid City, S. D. l',"; hip will ben personal superstition. Mrs. William Hawken, KaznUe~ with running back Den Ferrell on Dick Graham, MoorcroftGolfCham ons a touchdown pass. Upton added L.S. Reynolds, Petaluma, Calif. October is Beef Month, mem- Hawaii; Mr. and Mrs~ ChatU~c,~ its last touchdown in the final O.M. Deeder, Moorcroft C.D. Roberts posted a victory bars were told, and they were Norris, San Diego, Calif.; ju=,, quarter. Helen Dudrey, Sundance over Chuck Durfee to capture urged to do their part in promot- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hawl~e;~, Offensively, Sundance picked up U.S.D.A. Forest Service, the Sundance Golf Association ing the sale and use of beef. Belle Fourche. 117 yards rushing and 109 yardsSundance championship for 1973. The through the air. Bob Gray picked John C. Long, Sundance match play tourney was held up 40 yards rushing andFerrell Dick Ludemann, Upton overs several-day span during SUNDANCE TIMES ~ 39. Mike Sprague caught four James Ross, Upton September on the Sundance coun- passes for 71 yards while Ferrell Darrell Nicholas, Spearfish, SD. try Club course. A total of 26 participated in the Continuing The Crook County News caught two for 38 yards. Defensively, Sundance recover- ed five Upton fumbles, intercept- ed on pass and blocked an extra point attempt. John Shoun, with 15 tackles, Bill Hoyer and Ken Rathbun led the defense. Next action for the Sundance JV club will be here at 4 p.m. Monday against Hulett. Schools to Close For Two Days Sundance schools, along with all schools in Crook county, will be closed two days next week, Assistant Supt. Delbert Harbaugh said Wednesday. He said schools will be closed Oct. 4 and 5 while teachers at- Hugh Holwell, Osage Mrs. J. F. Ondrizek, Upton Addie Jones, Moorcroft Roger Blakeman, Sheridan Fred Music, Sumner, Wash. Mona Short Line Tel. Co., Custer Harry Watson, Sundance Elsie Terhune, Hulett C. C. Hejde, Cherry Point, N. C. Frank Tauck, Beulah Kenneth Riesland, Oshoto Mrs. Margaret Hall, Moorcroft Bob Freiermuth, Hampton, Minn. Mrs. Hulett C. Wood, Hulett Alfred R. Nelson, Aladdin Lester Crago, Belle Fourche Peter Kudlock, Four Corners Nicholas J. Crago, Gillette Emma Diebold, Monument, Colo. Dr. R. L. Holberg, Sheridan Gladys Chapman, Upton Mrs. Frank Mitts, Sundance Marie Dorsett, Sundance Felva Brufal, Carson, Calif. Lydia A. Hauber, Hulett Jack Necklason, Sundance lmM the Wyoming Education As- ~aciation convention. meet. In final action in :the other flights, Jay Durfee defeated Rus- sell Warren in the finals in the first flight. In second flight play, Bill Haptonstall defeated Ken- neth Bennick for first place honors. Local AA Group Plans Meetings Open meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous will be held weekly in the Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church basement, the organiza- tion said this week. Meetings of the group will be held at 8 p.m. each Tuesday. THE Stn , J ICE TIMES Sunda= , Wyo. sept. (An Independent Newspaper) Second Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Member National Newspaper Association The Sundance Times is a legal newspaper for all publications Published Every Thursday by The Times Publishing Co. John E. Lindsey, Publisher Charlotte L. Lindsey, Circulation Manager Howard Allen, News Editor and Advertising Manager Note: If changing Address, PLEASE INCLUDE FORMER ADDRESS" Also give ZIP CODE, Box or Street Address. SUBSCRIPTION RATES To P. O. Address in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $5.00 per year. t To P. O. Address Outside Wyoming, $5.50 per year. I Minimum Subscriptien~ 6 months $3.50 ,: POSTAL REGULATIONS require that subscriptions be paid in advent.