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The S N i d Rex and May Duo -- Dining Room Op.n j_ His and Her Stag -- Roast Prime T hurs., F ri. and S at. ,o Public All 3 Days I Served Saturday Night - Welcome Tourney Guests gN- Kim Taylor Points for Fair- /led cine Lake Warriors 71- w Machine Eagles Down Glasgow Scoffies By MARTY SUCKSTORFF The Sidney Eagle basketball 'team won their lone weekend contest here Friday night by defeating the Glasgow Scotties 62-53. The Eagles got off to a slow start in the first quarter but managed a 16-13 lead on the basis of fine defensive play and the shooting touch of Garth Kallevig, Sidney' s star forward. Another fine Eagle forward, Greg Dana, teamed with 6-5 All State Center, Craig Bueh- ler, to score 12 of Sidney's 16 points in the second quarter as the Eagles jumped out to a 32-20 halftime advantage. Cold shooting by the Glasgow five and the continued fine defensive work of the Eagles were fac- tors as the Scotties were able to connect on only two floor shots in the second quarter. Alert bail - handling by the Eagle guards, Ron Welnel, Brian Pansuk andRod Torger- son, neutralized a Glasgow press in the first half. For the half, Sidney shot 48 per cent from the field and 67 per cent from the foul line while hauling down 15rebounds. Glasgow shot a frigid 21 per cent from the field but managed to stay in the game with an 80 per cent performance from the foul line. The Scotties had five offensive rebounds and five de- fensive rebounds for a total of 10 for the half. Sidney exploded in the third quarter to take a 48-22 lead with less than half the period gone. Then Buehler went to the bench and Glasgow's center, Rick Dix, was able to score from close range to pull the Scotties back to within 20 at the end of the third quarter. The fourth quarter was much the same as the third with Dix contimdug his scoring barrage. The Glasgow boy bagged 17 of his 19 points in the second half to rally his team, but was again stopped when Buehler and com- pany returned to the floor. In the second half the Eagles connected on 12 of 22 tries from the floor for a fine 55 per cent. Free throw shooting was poor, however, as the Eagles Warriors Drop Two Conference Games Falrview (64)- Sullivan 8, Weber 9, Taylor 18, D. Zoanni 8, Sharbono 18, B. Zoanni 1 and Flynn 2. Medicine Lake (71)- Gran- dahl 24, Johnson 7, Nielson 17, The Falrview Warriors lost two games last weekend and al- so their chance to finish in second place in the Eastern 1B basketball conference. Free throws in the closing hit only four of 11 for a low 36 per cent. The Scotties shot an even 40 per cent from the field as they hit on 12 of 30 attempts. The free throws wouldn't fall for Glasgow either as they hit only four out of eight for an unimpressive 50 per cent. Sidney was able to out -re- bound Glasgow 27-13. Craig Buehier led the Sidney team and also copped game scoring honors with 23 points. Rick Dix took Glasgow scoring honors with 19 points. The win gives the Sidney team a %6 conference mark compared to Glasgow' s record of 2-10. The Eagles are 11-7 overall and the Scotties drop to 3-15. Head coach Brent Potts said that Friday night' s effort was an indication of the kind of basket- ball the Eagles are capable of playing. He was also pleased with the overall consistency with which the Sidney boysperform- ed. Next week the Eagles finish their conference season Friday night when they travel to Glen- dive to plaY the Red Devils. A non - conference battle with Williston, N. D., in WilIiston is scheduled for Saturday. j I i I  Bowling Standings RICHLAND MEN'S Farmers Elevator Co. - - - - 29 Cherrey' s Propane ...... 24 Thcnas Brothers Enco .... 23 D & S Tire and Oil ...... 19 Farmers Union ....... 18 Yellowstte Livestock-- . 18 22 Bi-State Co-op ........ 15 2$ AI's Conoeo .......... 14 28 High Individual Series: Rich Karsh 593; Bill Honghan, 569;, JimSalsbury, 532. High Individual Gmne: Rich Karat, 220; Bill Hougltma, 212; Rich Karl, 199. COMMERCIAL Quilling's ........... 28 12 Reynold' s ........... 27 12 Elk's No. 3 .......... 26 14 Snowflake Bakery ...... 20 20 Credit Union ......... 19 2I Peavey CO. - ......... I4 26 Theger sen Mots ....... 13 27 United Building Center .... 13 27 High Individual Series: Walt qil- thews, 521; Helen Mason, 499; Evelyn 11 Poff, 496. 16 High Individual Game: Jaclde Smith, 17 212; Evelyn Poff, 204; Florence Pet- 21 er soa, 184. 22 FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED Jolly O'S ........... 19.5 8.5 Four Roses .......... 18 10 Reckless Ones ........ 17.5 10.5 Mabla's and PaPa's ..... 17 II Road Rmaters ......... 14 14 M Bar H ............ 11 17 Fear tne Foursome .... 9 19 Night Owls .......... 6 22 High Series - Men: Ro Hartle, 484; Kelly Sanders, 4?5; Ron Carter, 459. High Game - Men: Dick Wolfe, 188; Ne Lee, 171; R, Hartle, Kelly Sanders and Rml Carter, 169. High Series - Women: Lowalne Lee, 426; Pat Hattie, 418; J0'ce Lindberg, 408. High Game - Women: Pat Hartle, 166; Jce Lindberg, 163; Lowalnc Lee, 163; Llnda Christensen, 147. ' at the Second An- Re )lers Snow- set for Feb. 21, at ,N. I Start Promptly at !al registration at rivers are asked Ltthe r , ace course le West of Watford The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, February 17, 1971 - 3B TOGETHERNESS- Greg Dana, 12, and Garth Kallevig, 30, go up together and tip the ball in for two points as they help Sidney's winning effort. The Eagles downed Glasgow Friday night 62-53. minutes by Medicine Lake stop- Deubner 10, Leibach 9 and ing, 579; Ervin Debmn, 552; George Knaff, MS. MAJOR SCheduled ped Falrview 71-64 after Fair- Schxnidt 4" led the HlghlndividualOanle:DonMaltese, Sidney Limes ........ 28 12 view led18-17 at the end of the Baker Warriors ,...,,...,...,=_ _,._._ .... "" Grades Win Over Wolves i dollars and 75 first quarter and 35-33 at the through the entire game and and Ervin Dobson, 201. Rlcldall Nattmml Bank -. 24.5 15.5 t    Rry fees will half. Medicine Lake took the held off a tough Fairview rally Sidry Plumbing ....... 21 19 o racerswill lead after three quarters 51-50 in the last quarter to down the RICHLAND WOMEN'S Sidney Electric ........ 21 19 Triangle ........... 63 23 Action Auto .......... 17 23 Sidney's seventh and eighth 30 per cent from the field, break up a tight game andromp and ootscored Fairview 20-14 in Credit Union "* 59 29 Pizza House ......... 12.5 27.5 grade enjoyed the sweet taste with Ken Herman the only play- to a 15 - point victory. Sidney r; the last quarter to capture the Russell's ......... 58 30 Newlon 6renhouse ...... 10 30 of revenge this week as both er to hit consistently. The 5-6 held a 28 - 24 led after three  victory. Reynold's ............ 51 37 High Indtviduid Series: DelNesper, Ken Sharbono and Kym Tay- Mountain Dew ........ 45 43 604; Joe Pulver and Ron Carter, 561; teams posteddecisive winsover center canned 8-17 from the quarters, but th erupted of- lor combined for 36 points for Falrview Bank ......... 35 53 Ward Rednn, 545. visiting Watford CitY. The floor and added two free throws fensively to pull ::,a:,. A tight WOTM ............ 24 64 Hish Individual Game: Del Nesper, eighth grade won by a 46-35 to score 18 points. Forward man - to - man full court press the Warriors losing cause. Gambles ...... ..... 17 71 225; Ward Redlin, 212; George Knaff, score, avenging an early season Rick Haher, although cold from shook up Wafford City and Sid- High Individual Series: JiB Mat- 208. 36-25 loss. The seventh grade the field, led all rebounders ney was quick t !e ad t;e Rifle Club in Match at Circle Nine members of the Fox Creek Jr. Rifle Club partici- pated in a rifle matchatCircle, Warriors 59-55. Baker was ahead of Fairview 15-14 at the end of the first quarter and 28-26 at halffime. Baker, however, outscored Fairview 18-12 in the third period to widen the third quar- ter mark by 46-38. Fairview fought back in the last quarter and ootscoredBak- er 17-13 but fell short by four points in the loss. Fairview (59)-- Sullivan 11, Weber 14, Sharbono 13, Zoanni 11 and Taylor 6. Baker (59)- Koowles 12, Lawler 12, O'Connor 11, Town- send 13, Cardweli 8 and Munsell 3., Lustre Topples Lambert 85-79 Lustre poured on 26 points in the last quarter and downed the Lambert Lions 85-79 in a non - conference tilt Saturday night. Lustre (85) -- S. Toews 11, L. Toews 10, Jr. Toews 20, Unger 33, D. Reddig 6 andM. Reddig 5. Lambert (79)- Diede 14, Sheehan 11, Carda 23, Vaira 8, Thornton 13 and Rehbein 9. 1. Russell's Market 2. Thirud Office Supply 3. Dutch Mill 4. Chad's 5. Moose Lodge 6. Sidney Paint and Glass Individual Scores: Men- Bare Bow, Larry Leonard, 242; Ron Blodgett, 240. Free Style -- Bob Ooster- meyer, 283; Gene Hueth, 282. Women: Bare Bow- Arlene Hueth, 217; Joy Oostermeyer, 157. Free Style -- Connie Best, 247; Philyis Graner, 228. [ be races for all ludi a Powder I a Junior Class es Will be award- rs  these races.  RUles wilt-apply .,r. last week. They were Richey :w lithe $1 which ; Gaffey, David Patch, Robin :lnee on a New Hammer, Leslie Frounfelter, fSOWmobile. Milo Schultz, Jeff Ailing, Tim To ps , Royals !n d e r Comets , e lchey Rals y atght in a non- It at Ricbey. ranked second in :l-' North Dakota il " Richey to six e second , quarter 'eriRov'als in the "ds tocollect s Rv I Neer poured or the winners ket SCOred 15 for had three Players rves as sixth -  Prepared for le.. s C District e tts Weekend (73) .  Neer 23, elde 9, o,__. i%v i 'Brunko 1O, )ld 3, Tay- !2,; erland Ailing, Bruce Lindberg and Ken- ny Landermilk. Milo Schultz won the Sitting Position match, and received third in the three position match. Jeff Ailing was second in the one position match and Bruce Lindberg was third. Kenny Laudermilk and David Patch tied for first in the three position match, but inthe short- off a boy from Circle won and Kenny came in second, David third. Glendive had seven shorters at the match. Circle has some very excellent girl shooters and a large active membership of about 60. Sidney's Fox Creek Jr. Rifle Club has amember ship of 33 and invites any boy or girl, from 12 through 19 to join the club if they enjoy competition, or would like to learn to handle a rifle and shoot safely. - interested persons can con- tact Earl Neff, Harold Emly or Kent Anderson, the instructors, or Don Leach, President, or Gordon Bradley, secretary- treasurer of the Fox Creek Rifle Club. s all-state center Craig Buehler, 42, goes up above a Glas .gpw player Fogrm.e to haul down another rebound. The Eagles downed Glasgow r their next n we n Fr=da and contests against Gle d a dWilliston this " Y ran away in the final quarter to with 13 and chinpe: r : ; .' : win 46-31. Watford City is the tterman 2 r Im I" reshmen lied Por o team todefeat the seventh Defensively, nearly meenUre most of their shots from close I graders this season, astheynip- club was outstanding. Lyle Par- range. Forward Rick Tiesen ped Sidney 32- 31 in Watford tin, Dennis Baadsgaard, Doug was 5-9 from the field and Conference Honors 00'00Good defense and ballhandling theCaUdill and Casey Thiel all didjob on their men. guard Jerry Cerkovnik hit 5-10 were keys to the eighth grade to pace the winners. Tiesen Sidney's freshmen basketball mer 6, Weber I$, Hurst 2, triumph. Coach Ollie Caudill Sidney (46) -- Haber 10, tier- and Cerkovnik were also ihe team heads into the final week- Chrtstlansen 4 and,Hall 17, .... credited hs club ]ff)'thverygood man 18, Caudill 3, Thiel 3, top rebounders with :10 and six, endofthe seasonneoding astn- Glangow(55)-- Jakouoskll3, teallt play; "Wafford CiW isa Partin 4 and Baadsgaard 8. respectively. Dougffallwas al- gle victory to clinch their con- Stebleton 12, Dalton 3, Ralph real kmgb eighthgrade club, but Watford City (35)-- Taylor 9, so effective uaderneath for Dick ference rifle. Already assured 11, Lamphinr 8 and Edwards 8. our kids played the tough de- Berg 3, Arntson 6, Anderson 5, Buehler's club. of a tie for first place, the The freshmen came back on lense. We weren't that greatnf- Tschetter 9, Lund 1 and Lea- Other standouts included Dean frosh will travel to Glendive on Saturday to "play their best fensively, but our defense and therbarmy 2. Laag, who potted 3-4 from the Friday and to Williston Satur- teara ball of the seasml," ac- rebounding were strong." The Sidney seventh graders field and Gordon Torgerson, day to wind up their campaign, cording to Coach Tony Vetter. The eighth graders shot only exploded in the last quarter to who came off the bench in the last quarter and made 2 out of And a successful campaign it "We were too tight against 3 shots. has been. Sidney splittwogames Glasgow, but we relaxed and Sidney (46)- Hall 5, Tiesen this past weekend, dofeatiJng st went out and plaed some Wrestlers Collect 12, Cerkovnik11, Berger6, Culbertson ']' 64-38 and losing good basketball against Culbert- Laag 6, Wood 2, Lindberg 1, to Glasgow 55-50. The loss to son. Everybed}' played well. The and Torgerson 4. Glasgow wa' just the secold anbstitutes did a good job when Second in Tourney WatfordCity(31)--Hovet15, loss ofthe season for the fresh- they werein there." Sorhen 1, Gwin 9, B. Wold 2/ men. They have won 13. With Don Weber ponrirg in12 C. Wold 2, and Goodbird 2. Despite the loss toGlaagow, 'petnts inthe flrstquarter, Sid- By MARTYSUCKSTORFF and Monte Hdllippi, Broadus, third. Next week, both clubs will Sidney still holds a two-game nay jumped offto a21-8 first- The surprisirg SldneyEagles 185 lbs. -- Bob Anderson, Glen- lead over the yOung Scottios in quarter lead and were never in copped second place honors in dive, first; Lesl]eWenkie, Wolf Point, host tough Glendive in the sea- the standings. Sidney has a 7-1 trouble after that. Jim Hurst Class A behind No. 1 ranked second, and Randy Pisk, Terry, third, son finale. The seventh grade record in conference playwhile and Steve Carey took up the Glasgow in the Eastern Class Hwt. -- Truman Bovee, MilesCity, game will start at 1 p.m. with first; Jay Pfau, Sidney, second, and the eighth grade game to follow Glasgow is 5-3. slack in the second period as A-B-C wrestling tourney held Glasgow, a big, Physical each chipped in six points to in Hardin thisweek.Intheflnals Lee Kelr. Forsyth, third, at about 2:30. team, led almost all the way help up the lead to 39-23 at the Eagles earned eight points Friday night. Sidney had diffi- the half. Weber and George to Glasgow's 17. culty finding the range, both Minder sparked the frosh in Tough Merle Rassmussenled from the field and from the foul the second half. Weber didmost the Sidney wrestlers ashedeci- line. Trailing by 32-25 at half- Of his damage from thefoolllne sioned Rocky LOng 2-0 for the time, Sidney came to life in the while M1nder connected on sev- championship of the 145 pound third quarter and fled the game eral long set shots, class. Rassmussen defeated 37-37 on a layup by Pat Ham- Weber was the leading scorer Ugene Haroldsonof plentywood, mer. for the game with 21 counters. Toby Johnson of Forsyth, and The teams traded basketsun- Carey added 13 and Minder 10. Bruce Finneman of Terry en til midway in the final period Carey again led in rebounding route to his championship. when Glasgow started to pene- althgh this categorywasqulte Also showing well for the Ea- trate the Sidney defense for evenly distributed among five gles was massiveJayPfauwith several close - in buckets, players, a second place finish in the Brad Hall kept the frosh in Sidney (64)-- Carey 13,Ham- heavyweight class. Pfau defeat- the game with'a 6 - 12perform- mer 3, Knaff 2, Weber 21, Hurst ed Tim Cody of Wolf Point and ance from the field and a per- 6, Chrlstiansen 4, Minder I0, Rocky Klttleson of Glasgow be-' feet 5-5 effort from the cJlarity and Hall 5. fore losing to Truman Bocce of line. Steve Carey again led the Culbertson 'B' (38) -- Le- Miles City in the finals. club in rebounds with I0, while mieux 2, Traeger 2, Thomsen Consolation winners for the Harmner pulled down eight from 2, Larsen 14, Hellend 4, Lain- Sidney grappiers were Jerry his guard position, bert 1, Schiedewitz 9, and Foss in the 98 pound class and Sidney (50)-- Carey 8, Ham- Balden 4. Les Fronfelter in the 105pound class. City Cage Tourney BroadusbrokeaSaturdayaf- ternoon deadlock with Baker to win in Class B-C. The three top teams dariag was Gordon Rambur with 13, 98 lbs.- Bill Wetherelt, Broadus, league play won their firstround Bill Harper got 10 and RickHer- nrst; Dean Delp. Hardin, second; and Jerry Foss, Sidney, third. games Sunday and will advance man got 10. into semifinal play next sunday. Next Sunday Haugen's plays 105 lbs. -- CraigHaUnck, Glasgow, D Clerio ran away from Haugen Sidney Bank at l:00whileat2:30 first; Jerry Moser, Baker, second; Motors 105-43 with Ivan Cayko Richiand Bank plays Triangle and Les Fronielter, Sidney, third. collecting 3 points mostly on for the right to go into the 112 lbs. -- John Moser, Baker, fast break, and Taylor getting championship against Cheerio first; Carter Swenson, Glasgow, sec ond, and Terry Considint, Broadus, 15, Wilson 17, Terry Cayko 16 who does not play. And in the third. and Ludington 14. The only last game of the day, Ranger 119 lbs.- Jim Stoltz, Miles Cit, player for Haagen's whoscored plys the winner ofthe lo'clock first; David Hersak, wolf Point, in double figureswasGaylePet- game at 4 o'clock, necmd, and Jim Sarver. Glendive, erson who scored II. ttrd. 126 lbs. -- Craig Grimsrud, Wolf : In the battle of the Banks, Point, first; Dake Pulse, Glendive, second, and Ron Pisk, Terry, third. Richiand Bank started out Warriors Stop 132 Ibs. Kelly Jennings, Glas- slowly and had only a one point half time lead. In the second Trenton 60-57 ,ow, first; John Grut,kowsld, Miles Cll, second, and Ken Sieler, Baker, half, Tom Mulvmmy found the third. range and scored 25 to lead Savage held Trenton, N.D., 138 lbs. -- BOb Vffe.Lmn, Hardin, Richiand in a 73-40 win. Potts to four points in the last quar- first; Jeff Tesgue, Baker, second, AAH SO[ - Glasgow's Mike Dunbar, 25, gave the has scored 19, and Gear had 16. Ker- ter and downed them 60-57 in a and Steve/tune, Glasgow, third. 145 lbs. -- Merle Rassmussen, ketball what appeari to be a karate chop as Sidnev's mit Peterson scored 17 for the non - conference tilt last week- Sidney, first; Rocky Long, Glasgow, Greg Dana, 12, attempted to shoot during the Sidney- Sidney Bank with Overdald get- end. second, and Bruce Ftnneman, Terry, Glasgow game here Friday. The Eagles will contest ting 10. Savage (60)-- Pust 13, Wind third. Triangle came through the 12, Hanzek 12, Micheletto 10, 153 lbs.- John I)mmelly, Sacred Glendive and Williston on February 19 and 20 before second half as Dave Steinbeis- Klandt 7 and Gebhardt 6. Heart, first; Bruce bieidirger, Glen- dive, second, andGale Newtea, Glas- entering the Eastern Divisional Class A High School ser collected 33 before he foul- Trenton (57) -- Zasta 18, tow, third. Basketball Tournament to be held in Glendive on Feb. ed out while Bill Steit/)elsser Salter 16, Zimmerman 14 and 167 lbs.- Wade Clows, Glasgow, got 10. Scoring for the Ranger Herriot 9. first; Russ Kirn, Poplar, second; 25 - 27.