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October 15, 1953

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Igloo Chills Bulldog 11 Last Friday A giant Igloo team Friday rolled to a 37-0 victory over the Sundance Bulldogs here after the Bulldogs l~ad held the heavily-favored Igloo club to a 12-0 halftime lead. Coach Tead Weaver's club bat- tied stubbornly through the first half before fumbles and the heavy Igl0o team opened the floodgates. The Bulldogs themselves marched to the Igloo 10 in the first halfI and were inside the Igloo five but! were unable to cash in. Igloo opened the scoring in the girst quarter returning a Sun- dance kick to the Bulldog 30. With Bose and Hardin running, Igloo ground to the five. After a 15- yard roughness penalty, one of WINNING BUSINESS FLOAT in the Oct. 2 Sund- dance Homecoming parade was the one entered by Circle S Chevrolet Co. Posing on the winning float are Teddie and Grace Marie, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rounds, and Donna, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Rounds. Driving the float is Ted Rounds. POLAROID ON~-MINUTE PHOTO BY THE TIMES several Igloo drew, Rose went eight yardsandHedUnfivebef°relWagller Asks Parents Hardin ran the last ten to pay dirt. Late in the first quarter, Kenny Help Protect Children boards had adopted a regulation stating that no child was to leave the school grounds or buildings without written permission from the office. The regulation, he said, was made not only for protection of the students and their parents, but for teachers as well. Frequently, he said, parents call Fall muffed a kick and DeLeon, Igloo quarterback, hit Goodman in the end zone for an apparent touch- down. However, unnecessary roughness cancelled the score. The Bulldogs stopped the threat on their five and, behind Kenny Fall's running, moved to the Sun- dance 37. Hardin picked a kick out of the air and returned it thir- ty yards to the Sundance 45. After three running play~, DeLeon hit Veren with a 30 yard pass. On the their children from school withouti notifying anyone. Wagner said I the school had no objection to re-i leasing a student to his parents for necessary purposes. "But, please, parents," he said, "for the protection of your child- ren, observe the rule of the boardsi and come to the office with your In the wake of the kidnap-killing of a 6-year-old Kansas City boy, Supt. Frank Wagner this week i urged parents to notify his office whenever they wished early dis- missal of their children from school. * Wagner's action follows similar action being taken by school of- ficials in other parts of the United second play, Rose rammed over to States .... make it 12-0. Veren s kick Was [ In remarking on the enticing of no good. I children from school, the superin- The Bulldogs first threat follow-] tendent said, "It could happen ed. In two plays, Fall picked up[ right here in Sundance should 24 to move to midfield. Beagle[ the right combination of circum- went for five with a pitchout and] stances prevail. It is imperative Fall added five more. An Igloo| that all of us exert every effort penalty moved the ball to the 20 to prevent such a tragedy... Child- request for early dismissal of your child. We need your cooperation in order to do a better job of car- ing for and protecting all tlie children in the school." ren are not always enticed from legitimate surroundings in the hope of large ransoms." Wagner pointed out that several years ago, the Sundance school WEATHER The readings: Max. Min. Prec. Oct. 6 ..................... 69 36 0 Oct. 7 ......................... 74 39 0 Oct. 8 ....................... 76 39 0 Oct. 9 ..................... 79 39 0 Oct. 10 ................. 80 45 0 Oct. 11 ...................... 84 50 0 Oct. 12 .................... 66 37 0 --Bull Sale (Continued from First Page) 1 p.m. The association will hold its show at 9 a.m..and a free bar- becue will be served at noon by the Sundance Commercial Club. H. B. Sager will again be the auctioneer while Ken Faulkner livestock specialist at the Univer- sity of Wyoming, will do the judg- ing. --Hunting (Continued From First Page) J he said, that out of consideration for the hunters who had made ar- rangements for hunting, the com- mission had decided to open the seasons as scheduled. where Fall went into the air and connected with Dennis Hart on the 10. The drive fizzled when Shewey last ten on a reverse and a pass went incomplete. In six plays at the start of the third period, Igloo had its third score behind the running qf Rose and Hardin with Rose plunging the last eight yards. Following the kick 9if, Fall fumbled and Ver- en scooped the ball up and raced 25 yards to give Igloo a 24-0 lead. Fall breezed back 25 yards with the kickoff to his own 30 and on the first play drilled through the Igloo line for 20 yards. Igloo was detected kneeing and the Bulldogs went to the Igloo 30 yard marker. Beagle was spilled on the Igloo 40 and a Fall pass fell immmplete. However, Fall connected with two tosses and the BulldOgs were on the 20. Fall, in two plays, ran to the 12 yard line. Beagle picked up a couple and Eall,:,on fourth down, was halted on the six pard line. Igloo took over and Pose prompt- Otto Carlson Loses Driving Privileges For Thirty Days The driving privileges of Otto Carlson of Aladdin have been sus- pended for 30 days until Oct. 23, the Motor Vehicle Division report- ed this week. Carlson had his drivers license Bagley pointed out, however, ly hopped into the clear on a suspended following his conviction that if the U. S. Forest Service quickopener and sprinted 93 yards I for drunken driving, found it necessary to close a for- for a touchdown. The score was' 10bs rvers P0stleat became °f hunter ansed fires' called back when Rose went out of the commission would probably be bounds on his own 21. , i Igloo added its final tallies in i obligated to close the hu~ting area. the final quarter. Rose intercept- High elk and deer numbers were ed a pass on the Sundance 40 and galloped to the Bulldog 12. Hard- in punched over to make it 30-0 and Veren added the extra point. Moments later, a Fall to Beagle lateral went haywire. Veren, again Johnny-on.the-spot, scooped up the ball and chugged 25 yards for the final score. Operating,rOoorte.[by Bag]ey and he said Seen that a heavy hunter-harvest would be necessary to keep the game pop- ulation down to the carrying ca- pacity of winter ranges. In November Seven Girls Given Forming of a ground observation post in Sundance moved closer to completion Tuesday night when several Sundance residents attend- ed a civilian defense meeting at the VFW hall when an Air Force rep- resentative from the Rapid City Filter center showed films on ci- vilian defense and explained the, work and the importance of theI ground observation posts. Alvin Refiner, county civilian defense head, has indicated that the post will be set up, ~probably next month, in the city hall. Additional meetings will be held before the post is established. One meeting is scheduled for Nov. 4 at 8 p.m. at the VFW hall while a second will, in all probability, be held at the November meeting of the FrA. FHA Initiation Here Seven Sundance high school ~irls were initiated Oct. 14 into the Sundance senior FHA chapter,- New members of the chapter are Karol Hooper, Rea Longpre, Car- olyn Donaldson, Charlene Shipek, Myrtle Hart, Patsy Nussbaum and Shirley Mollenbrink. FHA officers wore pastel form- als to the initation h~ld in the home economics room at the high school. The new FHA members were given red and white ribbons to wear for a week. In charge of recreation at the meeting were Karol H0oper and Beverly Humphrey. Refreshments were served by Shirley Dillavou, Dorothy Quint and Matilda Peter- son. zW~mrlter nmbem at me Tau. University Testing Service to AgMn Give Students Tests For the 25th consecutive year, the University of Wyoming's test- ing service will cooperate with the state's high schools in testing high school seniors, Charles H. Thomp- son, testing service director, said this week. Around 3,000 seniors will take the Kuder and Cloeten vocational interest tests from Oct. 15-31 and the Ohio Psychological Test from NOV. 16to Dec. U. Students assisting with the test- are Betty Kirkwood of Kem- ~ Ann Tralll of Green River ~ ,(~Wau~ Sl~deh of x~ramie. --District Court (Continued From First Page) district court. Two days before his Sundance arrest, Davis had pleaded guilty in Hulett Police Court to drunk and reckless driving. Harms is appealing a verdict of drunk and reckless driving return-: ed by a Justice Court jury here April 10 while Jackson is appeal- ing a drunken driving verdict. Grade School Board Discusses New Plans For Local School Members of the Sundance grade school board Monday night dis- cussed building plans for the Sun- dance school at their regular meet- ing. Discussion centered around what could be done with the avail- able money. Aside from the plan discussion, the board conducted routine busi- ness. Commercial Theater S~I~DANCE S:O0 ?. 1[ Friday, Saturday October 1,6, 17 "THE LONE HAND" In Technicolor with Joel McCrea Barbara Hale Alex Nicol The untold story of the Secret Outlaw Empire that ruled the ~ockles. Sunday, Monday October 18, 19 "THE JAZZ SINGER" In Technicolor Starring Danny Thomas Peggy Lee It's joy that's set to music! A story that sings out to your heart. ,iMnnlll u m Weds., Thursday October 21, 22 "IT HAPPENS EVERY THURSDAY" Starring Loretta Young John Forsythe THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. October Moorcroft Man Free On Bond Highway 16 A Moorcroft driver was over to district court when he appeared before Sidney Harvey in Justice here following a head-on on Highway 16 Monday in he suffered minor injuries. Free on $500 bond is Fitzgerald of Moorcroft who ed guilty to a charge of while his license was sus and waived preliminary Justice Court. Fitzgerald was arrested night by State Highway D. L. Webster. Fitzgerald, a pickup owned by the HiwaY vice Station of Gillette a car belonging to Husman ers of Sheridan 7.7 miles east! the Moorcroft city limits. Husman and his wife were injured while Fitzgerald a leg injury. Webster the accident. Mrs. Bob Sager and and Mrs. Frank Kauf of River, Wyo. have been friends and relatives in Spearfish, Beulah and Lead past week. 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