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Vikings vs. Bank Minnesota Viking Ed White g)( in for a lay up during the Ikmg _ Sidney National basketball game here Friday Ilight. The Vikings won the contest 64-52. LeRoy Anderson trys to I)lock White's shot. The game was played to raise money for the Sidney High School Athletic Department. Ill preliminary action Watford City beat Sidney's teachers 77- 73 in overtime. -- Mark (;ram Photo AAU Winners Named Sixty young wrestlers from Sidney qualified for the state Junior AAU Wrestling meet at Great Falls March 31 - April 1, (luring divisional competition here over the weekend. Over 300 'restlers par- ticipated in the meet from areas throughout eastern Montana. Youngsters who qualified for the state meet will leave Sidney, Friday noon, by bus for Great Falls. The winners by division are: BANTAM First Place -- Robert Norlin, Brian Paladichuk, Shane Quilling, A. E. Erickson and Keith Fuhrman. Second Place -- Mark Brodhead, Mitch Melby, Marvin Eberling, Troy Rowe, Ty France and A. D. Herbert. Third Place -- Brian Schielke, Terry Knaff, Guy Erickson and Dion Forry. Fourth Place -- Mike McNew, David Seitz, Ben Nordell and John I,orenz. MIDGET First Place -- Steve Mann, l)uane Verhasselt, David Williams, Mike Shenk, Jeff Miller, Danny Brodhead, Tom Torgerson and Michael Black. Second Place -- Marly Miller, Barry Carpenter, Scott Her- nlan and Rick Wanner. Third Place -- Scott Jensen, Jeff Report Colored Ducks If you see some odd colored waterfowl, don't report it to your psychiatrist, report it to the Fish and Wildlife Service. Over 400 mallards in South Dakota have been color marked with red and yellow on wings, back and tail so their movements can be followed. Wynn Freeman, ad- ministrator of the game management division for the Montana Department of Fish and Game, said that there was a serious outbreak of Dutch Duck Plague on I,ake Andes National Wildlife Refuge, S. D. The'waterfowl have dispersed and are migrating. Biologists want to know where they go. Dutch Duck Plague is a highly contagious disease of waterfowl. Some 26,000 have died on the Iake Andes Refuge since the outbreak. The disease does not affect humans. It is important that game workers track down the movements of the migrating (lucks. If you spot one please call the I,ake Andes National Wildlife Refuge in South Dakota, 605-487-7603, or call a Montana branch of the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Fish Winter Kill Is Reported Low Though the lack of snow may mean low summer streams and bad news for trout, the easy winter has been favorable for fish in small ponds and resee,oirs. All indications point to a good carryover of fish in most of these smaller waters -- many of which are prone to win- " terkill, according to George Holton, assistant administrator of the fisheries division for the department of fish and game. Holton explained that the League Bowling Standings BOWLING 212; Kelly Sanders, 211; Ed Joslin, Reynolds 203 292 542; Merna Brown, 457; Maxine Nightowls 31 17 202. High Team Series: Peavey Co., Odom, 450. FOur Roses 29 19 1-tigh Series Women: Pat Hattie, 3149; Credit Union, 2917; Holly High (nd. Game: Helen Mason, SPareTires 283 19.5 53, Julie Prevost, 459; Lenora Sugar, 2900. 201; LUelI& Boxbaom 180; Helen earsome Foursome 26.5 21.5 Gendron, 437. High Team Game: Peavey Co. Mason, 175. ecklessOnes 26.'; 21.5 High Game Women: Pat Hurtle, 1081 and 1044; Holly Sugar, 1037. IadRunners 19 29 201 and 174; Julie Prevost, 169. High Ind. Series: Ward Redlin, GENDRONDRILLERS JOllyo,s _ 17 31 595; Delmer Nesper, 588; Gene Fridays Gals 63.5 36.5 Mama's and PdpaS 16.5 31.5 RICHLAND WOMEN'S Roth, 577. Rustics 63 37 Reynolds 78 26 High Ind. Game: Gene Roth, 226; Hustlers 59 41 High Team Series: Four Roses, Credit Union 66 38 Ward RadiSh, 213; Ran Stenerson, Unpredictables 49 51 2,,304; Reckless Ones, 2261;. Night Triangle Nile Club 65 39 210. Coffee Belles 46 54 Uwls, 2257. Russell's Market 55.548.5 Aimers 46 54 8.High Team Game: Four Roses, PepsiCola 51 53 THE QUADS LEAGUE HouseCats 42.5 57.5 z4; Spare Tires, 798; Fearsome FairviewBank 38.5 65.5 Alerts 83.5 24.5 Tarettes 31 69 Oursome, 781. WOTM 38.5 65.5 Sunrisers 73 35 High Team Series: Rustics, 1581; McDonalds 23.580.5 Meadowlarks 52 56 Unpredictables, 1548; Coffee Belles, High Series .. Men: Ran Carter High Team Series: WOTM, 2612; Morning Glories 52 56 1482; Hustlers, 1482. and Ed Joslin, 542; Harvey Sch- ,Russell's Market, 2587; Triangle Housewives 48.559.6 High Team Game: Coffee Belles, rni(:lt, 516; Dave Williams, 504. Nite Club, 2575. Early Birds 48.559.5 547; UnprediCtables, 543; Rustics, Hiqh Game . Men: Ran Carter, High Team Game: WOTM, 930; PerkUps 44 64 536. Russell's Market, 921; Triangle Nile Hopefuls 30.5 77.5 High Ind. Series: Louise Mullin, Club, 893. High Team Series: Alerts, 2059; 498; Lana Davidson, 417; Judy High Ind. Series: Janice Sunrisers, 2052; Meadowlarks, 2041. Lovegren, 415. n nUorses-oe Club w,,,,am,, 543; Pat Hurtle, 524; High Team Game:Sunrisers, 742; High Ind. Game: Louise Mullin, Helen Mason, 516. Alerts, 699; Meadowlarks, 698. 197 and 159; Curdle Mestas, 168; High Ind. Game: Marlene Borg, High Incl. Series: Helen Mason, Lenora Gendron, 155. ,v l"'ee A tl--pr'" 4 204; Janice Williams, 193; Rose I Fink, 186. THE QUADS LEAGUE The l"airvicw Horseshoe Club Alerts 80.5 23.5 ,ill hohl its annual sunrisers 69 35 Morning Glories 49 55 Organization illeeting April 4 at Housewives 48.5 55.5 7:30 I).lU at the Civic (;enter. Meadowlarks a8 56 Early Birds 47.5 56.5 All lll('lllbPrs a'h(I interested Perk Ups 44 60 l'rsons in playing this year are Hopefuls 29.5 74.5 Ul'Red to attend. High Team Series: Sunrisers, 2136; Morning Glories, 2049; Alerts, There will I)e ,election of 1986. High Team Game: Sunrisers, 734; )[fie(,I.S for the fol]owirlg year Meadowlarks, 730; Housewives, 718. High Ind. Series: Marge tld sele('tion of a date for our Thogersen, 502; Helen Mason, 499; Open tournament is also to be Mary Markle, 489. i)icked. High Ind. Game: Barbara San- ders, 204; Helen Mason, 189; Carrol The nmml)ership fee will be Whiting, 178, ian(I this is to be l)aid to either COMMERCIAL Quillings 298 197 Yrudcll or Terry Cayko. Thogersen Motors 280 170 ees must be l)aid by April 30 ,Peaveyo, 262 233 Which is also deadline for HollySugarcredit Union 222227268228 for new lllem- UBC 222 273 Elks NO. 3 221 274 Teton's Leading Scorer A former Sidney basketball player, Garth Kallevig, was the leading scorer during the season for the UND-Williston Center Tetons, averaging 17.7 points per gane. Kallevig started for the Tetons for two years and helped lead his team this year to the North Dakota Junior College Hey Golfers! Stop in and look over our new golf line -- carts, bags, tees, balls, clubs, putters and Converse golf shoes i i -SPECIAL- Assortment of Putters....... $9" NOWoods,.2-3-, . Sl 2" and =13 s WEBBER'S Sporting Goods Department Championship. He was selected on the all-tournament team at the Junior College tournament and made the third team of the all-region, which includes North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Miehiga.n. He earned an honorable mention in all conference. common cause of "winterkill" in ponds and reservoirs boils down to a lack of oxygen. Shallow waters become covered by a blanket of ice and snow. Water plants can not get enough light, so they die. When they (lie they begin to decay : and use oxygen rather than produce it..Without free oxygen, the fish suffocate. Fisheries biologists who have been checking reservoirs for dissolved oxygen content report that in most instances concentrations are higher than normal for this time of year. A mild, dry winter with lots of sunshiny days is the reason, Wood, John Getchell, Steve Mann and Danny Sanderson. JUNIOR First Place -- Mike Wood. Second Place- Guy Melby, Ted Mclntyre, Dale Kuhn, Chuck Buxbaum and John Kelly. Third Place -- Tony Garriott, Jeff Nesper and Scott Steffanson. Fourth Place -- Kelvin Buxbaum and Mike Conroy. INTERMEDIATE First Place- Rodney Hagen, David Peterson and Robin Hammer. Second Place -- Paul Frounfelter. Third Place -- Roger Rehbein and William Tiesen. Fourth Place -- Tim Schields and Tim Garfield. Regional competition has been changed from Miles City to Missoula and will be held the second week in April. Swim Team Meet Slated March 30 The annual swim team meeting will be held at Pella I,utheran church basement Match 30 at 6:30 p.m. with a potluck dinner. All swim team families and swimmers are urged to come. You are asked to bring your favorite dish to share with others and your own utensils. Coffee will be fur- nished. The purpose of the meeting will be to elect officers for the 1973 season, discuss the schedule and make plans for the state championship meet that will be held in Sidney on Aug. 10 - 12. Sidney swim team have been state champions for the past eight years and last year we were also diving champions. The Sidney girls then went on to win the High School State Championship also. Anyone who is not a member and is interested in joining is invited. Parents, with children 8 - 10 years old who like to compete and want the discipline and training necessary to be a winner, are "urged to come and start their children swimming on the team. The Sidney Swim team is a i family sport - the pJCrents raise money, drive the children to meets and help run the home meets. Practice will begin on June 1 at 7 a.m. Service Builds Photo Blinds The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service at Medicine I,ake National Wildlife Refuge have constructed two photo blinds for the public to use to photograph grouse and ducks. Persons wanting to use the blinds are asked to contact the refuge manager at 798-2305 to make reservations.. Assistant rfuge manager John L. Martin said that although the blinds are con- structed so the photographer can be close to the birds, a telephoto lens is recommended. Hff said (luck pictures can be obtained almost anytime (luring the (lay but noted that the best time is early in the morning or in the evening. Grouse (lancing occurs early in the morning and the photographer should be in the blind by at least 5:30 a.m. Fear Of A Pin Two young wrestlers fight for the title in Junior AAU Wrestling eompetttion here Saturday. Over 300 youngsters from throughout eastern Montana participated in the divisional meet at the Sidney High Sehool. Sixty fighters from Sidney qualified to advance to state com- petition in Great Falls this coming weekend. Mark Gram Photo Register For FREE Gifts OP N HOUS THURS., MARCH 29 THRU SUN., APRIL 1 Regardless of Weather Three Full Lines - Security - Road Ranger - Cascade SPECIAL ATTRACTION Compact Campers by Cascade for Toyota - Love - Courier - Pickups Coffee and Cookies i SEE OUR INSIDE SHOW ROOM Largest Selection within 200 miles CAMPER SALE'S CENTER South Sidney Mt. Pleasant Drive . ..... , ! /ii i Phone: 482-2226  ! i-- - "  I