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Hulett's Red" Devils stop- pod Sundance 40-32 in the championship game Friday night to win the Hulett cage tournament. In consolation play, the Newcastle sophomores top- ped the Gillette underclass- men 5432 to win the con- solation trophy. In the title game, Rick Neiman paced Hulett with 12 points with Larry Knapp adding 11 and Kelly Borch- grevink 10. For Sundance, Dan Blakeman and Mike McInerney scored 9 points apiece. In the consolation game, Matt Goode led Newcastle with 12 points while Dave Gregory and Mark Stockston tallied apiece for the Dogies. In first-round action, Sun- dance squeezed past Gillette 43-40 and Hulett stopped Newcastle in a thriller, 4645. Keith Sprague poured in 18 points for Sundance while Mike Mcinerney added 12. Greg Gerbbhart scored 13 for Gillette with Sam Saunders chipping in with 12. Hulett was led by Larry Knapp's 18 points with Nei- man scoring 10. Stockston topped the Newcastle scoring with 14 points. The scoring: Hulett 9 14 7 10 9-40 Sundance 10 3 10 9-32 Newcastle 12 14 16 12-54 Gillette 17 9 12 ~4-52 Sundance 9 13 17 5-43 Gillette 4 13 5 18-40 Hulett r4 10.11 11-46 Newcastle 15 11 8 11-45 Unavoidable Teacher: "Why are you late to class?" Girl student: "The boy who was following me walked very slowly." A rugged Big Horn five led all the way here Saturday night, defeating Coach Tim Hoards Sundance Bulldogs 64-44 in a Powder River Conference basketball game. The Rams opened up strong, leading Sundance 18 - 10 after the first period and stretching the margin to 34-22 at the half. Dan Blakeman poured in 18 points for Sundance with Mike Mcinerney adding 10. W. Farman had 17 points to lead Big Horn. In the rough and rugged preliminary contest, the Sundance JV five halted Big Horn 47-41 as Tim Jones had the hot hand and pumped in 30 points. Sundance hopped off to an early lead and held it throughout the rough con- test. Jones' 30 points led Sundance while Shannaman scored 22 for Big Horn. The scoring: Big Horn 18 34 4~ 64 Sundance I0 22 33 44 Big Horn - W. Farman 17, Kobold 14, D. Farman 5. Daley 6 G. Kobold I. Hal- vorson I0, Jensen 2, Hutson 3, Yetter I, Shannman 4. Sundance - Mclnerney 10, Sprague 4, Blakeman 18, Schlordet 5, Mills 4, Moeller 2, Jansen i. SundanceJV 10 24 36 47 Big Horn JV 7 19 31 41 Sundance - Jones 30, Mc- Inerney 8, Sprague 4. Lan- ning 2. Big Horn - G. Kobold 4, Halvorson 8. Stevenson 2, Jensen I. Hutson 2. Shan- naman 22, Griffeth 2. The Hulett Red Devils SEN IOR ClTIZENOS CORNER{ defeated Lusk Nov. 20 at Hulett with the final score "~W'7 HfLPFULIDEAS FOR SUCCFSSFUI RE1REMENT standing at 41-35. Rick Neiman was high point man with 14 points. Others who scored were: Kelly Borch- grevink-13, Don Brimmer-7, Larry Knapp-5, Marvin Niel- son-3. The scores by quar- ters are as follows: Hulett 8 15 27 42 8 15 25 35 The Hulett Red Devils won over Upton at Hulett on November 23. It was a dose game to tl e end, with Hulett leading all the way. The high point man was Larry Knapp with 15 points. Others who scored were: Kelly Borch- gr -10, Marvin Niel- son-8, Rick Neiman-6, and Dan Brimmer-4. The scores by quarters were: Hulett 13 21 33 43 Upton 10 20 31 42 The Hulett Red Devils were defeated by the Mid- west Oilers at Hulett on Dec.4. R was a close game to the end with 42-47 as the ending score. The high point Dlayer was larry Knapp with 18 points. Othersthat scored were: Rick Neiman-12, Kelly Borchgrevink-6, Dan Brim- mar-4, Mprvin Neilsen-2. The scores by the quarters were: Hulett 8 22 32 42 Midwest 11 25 37 47 The Hulett Red Devils had another victory over Clear- mont on Nov. 24 at Hulett. The ending score was 26-22. The high point player was Larry Knapp with 12 points. Others that scored were: Dan Brimmer-6, Rick Nei- man-5, Marvin Neilsen-2, Kelly Borchgrevink-1. The scores by quarters were: Hulett 3 13 19 26 Clearmont 7 13 15 22 Smoking Tips Careless use of smoking materials is among the ma- jor causes of fires. Follow these suggestions to reduce smoking-related fires: --Never smoke in bed. --Keep plenty of large, deep ashtrays on hand. --Empty ashtrays-reg- ularly into "covered metal containers, especially before retiring for the evening. --Break matches in half ,after use, and then properly dispose of them. --Never discard smol- dering butts into wastebas- kets. ---Use your ashtray when driving. --Keep smoking materials and matches out of the reach of children. For extra protection, ear- ly-warning smoke and heat detection systems are avail- able to alert a family to the presence of a fire in the home, Because about 60 per cent of all fatal household fires occur between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.. these alert systems are particularly im- portant during the usual sleeping hours. Early-warning systems do not eliminate the need for a well-rehearsed family es- cape plan. Be sure to have an alternate escape route from each room, especially the bedrooms. Chomm your companions carefully You are what they are. TIMES CLASSIFIEDS Get Remdts Starting Dec. 17 Saturday Open Till 8 P.M. Till 5:30 P.M. Closing at4 P.M. Christmas Eve 714 Main Spurrsh, S. D. Phone 642-3351 Hard Sell A rancher was trying to sell his old horse. Suspi- cious, the prospective buyer asked to see the animal trot a bit. Alter taking a /ew steps, the animal was gasp- ing for breath and its tongue uxts hanging out. The ranch- er said quickly, "Hasn't he got a beauti/ul coat? .... His coat's alright,'" said the buyer, "'but what about the pants!" DECEMBER 16, 1976 unior ecision Coach Dennis Vail's Sun- dance junior high basketball teams posted a pair of vic- tories over Moorcroft here last Tuesday. The high-flying seventh graders rolled to an easy Coolidge Cmments 37-18 victory while the One Sunday, after Pres-eighth grade dub had to ident Coolidge returned to the White House from church, Mrs. Coolidge asked: "Was the sermon good? .... Yes," he answered: "What was it about?" "Sin." "What did the minister say? .... He was against it !" ShysterLawyer" The witness was being in- terrogated rudely by the at- torney for the plaintiff. "What did you say your business was?" the lawyer asked. "I'm a day laborer," was the reply. "A l.ay laborer, eh?" snarled the lawyer.. "What would you consider your social status is in this world as a day laborer? .... I don't think it's very high." the witness shrugged, but I feel I'm doing better than my father before me." "What was your father? .... He was a shyster lawyer," grinned the witness. battle from behind to win 23-20. In seventh grade action, Sundance opened up with an '8-2 lead in the first period, stretched it to 17-6 at half- time and poured in 18 points in the third quarter. Craig Cameron paced the Sundance scorers with 12 points while Wilson had 5 for Moorcroft. The Moorcroft eighth grade five, which led earlier in the game, went scoreless in the second quarter and Sundance moved in front 8-6 at the half." However, Moorcroft was on top 18-10 gding into the final quarter when Sundance came alive, pouring in 13 THE SUNDANCE TIMES ires ~p oorcrc points and allowing croft only 2 to take victory. Johnston topped with 11 _l)_oints, in the final quarter. oak, Ellis and Genoff for Moorcroft. The scoring: Sundance 7 - 8 17 35 Moorcroft 7 - 2 6 10 Sundance - Cameron Mclnerney 9, Gattis 6, ston 6, Ondriezek 4. Moorcroft - Wilson 5, Gray 2, 4, Cranston 2, Aske 3. Sundance 8- 4 8 10 Moorcroft8- 6 6 18 Sundance - Johnston Baldwin 4, Macy 2, Vail 6, Moorcroft - Holyoak 4, Ellis 4, 2, Hanson 2, Genoff 4, 2. 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