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Wed., April 7th Sat., April 10th Sunday - Easter Dinner Dinner from Menu Open to the Public FREE ST AG 00us,0 By Kathy and Dale $2.00 $1.50 & $1.00 $7.00 Family .i!i ii i UP - Tim Hass, Havre, covers up as Bdb Green, Fairview, completes a at lhe annual "Fight of Champions in Fairview". Bob won by and was chosen Most Popular Fighter. The annual event was by the Fairview Athletic Club and the Fairview Jaycees. Pro- cing the summer recreational program in Fairview. Track Teams Training and field sprints, hurdles and relays. two Weeks Leighton Zeigler heads the as weights, Tom Mulvaney has the raPidlyup, distancemen and Frank has the jumping events. Freshmen track and field 20 competitors are.. Tim Ailing, seventh Ervin Bahls, Charlie Danielson, Ron Fritz, Rick Hansen, Art Herman, Kelly Indergaard, Brent Kallevig, Ken Londer- COaehed by milk, Mitch Olsen, Octavio O1- first vera, Tom Pavek, Mike Siddo- a Week, as way, Steve Carey, Marty Petrie, APril 12 in Steve Suko, Lester Stradtman, endive Donald Weber, Tony Sifuentes, meet Zane Volbrecht, Steven Ginther, Randy Berndt and Paul Chris- varsity tiansen. Eighth grade participants in- eighth grade clude: Doug Hagen, Randy Get- two ehell, Scott Ramus, Jedy Kap- pel, Pat Duley, Dave Paladi- tinvniv- ehuk, Ken Herman, Ron Brown, Dennis Baadsgaard, Jim Leven- 24 at good, Bob Miller, Richard Marker, Rick Haher, Terry WiN liams, Bruce Linder, JohnCar- son, Casey Thiel, JohnBuxbaum this year and Tim Entzel. wise. The list o seventhgrade thirb of clads shows: Kevin Forrester, Paint, Glass unfers Glass The Dutch Mill has a 12-21 the lead record in last place. stand- The following are high indi- 22 - 15 vidual scores: , FREE STYLE s FUrni- Men: Elrrr Hart, 291; Mark and Hardy, 282. with a Women: Connie Best, 227; sec- Philyis Grauer, 206. BARE BOW is fourth len: Ron Blodgett, 262; Lar- Rus- ry Leonard, 251. with a Women: Arlene Hueth, 203; Peggy Hart, 196. Bruce Lindberg, Greg Berger, Robbie DeBree, Brad Balsch, Larry Garman, Tracy Petrie, John Becker, Alan Anseth, Tom Werle, David Larson, Tony An- derson, Jerry Brown, Jerry Cerkovnik, Dean Lang, Kelly LeSeuer, Bruce Danner, Ed U1- ledalen, David Bowlds, Gordon Torgerson, Jeff Sifers, Dennis Heck, Duane Heck and Jerry Hansen. The rest ( the season sched- ule: May 1- Glendive (dual), grades 7, 8 and 9, here. May 8, Glendive Invitational grades 7, 8 and 9, Glendive. May 15-- Wolf Point Triangu- lar, grade 9, Wolf Point. May 22-- Willistoninvitation- al, grades 7, 8 and 9, Williston. Junior Wrestlers Win Top Honors Forty - four Sidney boys made a 1,350 mile trip to compete in the AAU Junior Olympics State Wrestling Championship in Ronan, Mont. Seven lmndred boys competed in the tourna- ment. The tournament started at 10 Saturday and rancontinu- ously until 2 a.m. Sunday, for 16 hours of wrestling. Boys who placed first, sec- ond, third and fourth are eligi- ble for a tri-state tournament in Baker April 17. Wrestlers winning ,state championships for Sidney were Mike Wood, Tracy Petrie and Allan Jackson. KevinWoodplac- ed second, Chuck Buxbaum, third, and Kelvin Buxbaum and Gary Germundson each placed fourth. Boys who place first, second and third at Baker will be eligi- ble for the National Champion- ship in South Dakota April 24. Haversten, 148 Ibs., Miller, S. Dak,, lands a solid right to the 145 Ibs. Cartwright, N. Dak. Dean fights for the Fairview Box- fight to Haversten by unanimous decision. The action took of Champions" in Fairview, Saturday night. Boxing Draws Full House By VIRG BOEHLER A large crowd attended the annual "Fight of Champions" in Falrview, Saturday night. Fighters from Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota competed in 15 bouts. The headline fight of the eve- ning pitted Dean Kromerik, 135 lbs., Montana AAU Champion, Great Falls, against Delton Hitchcock, 137 lbs., South Da- kota Golden Glove Champion, Redfield, S. D. Kromerik won by a unanimous decision in the bloody contest. The other feature bout had Fairview' s Bob Green, 147 Ibs., 1970 Montana AAU Champ, go- ing against Tim Hass, 145 Ibs., 1971 Montana AAU Champ, Hav- re. Green had little difflcultyin posting a unanimous decision. Another bout that drew con- siderable attention wasbetween Clayton McKay, who fights with the Falrview Boxing Club and Leon Nix, who attends Dickinson State College..McKay has not fought in the ring in annmber of I Bowling Standings RICHLAND MEN'S Farmers Elevator Co. .... 44 20 Cherrey' s Propane .... 39 25 Thomas Brothers Enco - - - 37 27 Farmers Union ...... 35 29 Bi-State COOp ...... 30 34 Yellowstone Livestock -- - 26 38 D & S Tire and OH .... 25 39 Al's Cmtoco ........ 20 44 Hlgh Team Series: Farmers Un- ion, 2876; Bi-StateCo-op, 2828; Farm- ers Elevator Co., 2737. High Team Game: Farmers Union, 973 and 968; Bi-State Coop, 968. High Individual Series: Dale MUI- lin, 605;, Ree Foster, 543; Bob Bux- baum, 534. H/gh Individual Game: Dale Mul- lin, 233; Rec Foster, 219; Bob Bux- bmlm. 212. COMMERCIAL Quilling' s ......... 44 20 Elk's No. 3 .......... 41 23 l0,nold' s ........... 35 29 Credit Unim .......... 34 30 Snowfl,e Bakery ....... 33 31 Pe avey Co.- ........... 30 34 Thqer sen Motors ...... 22 42 United Build/r Center -- - 17 47 High Team Series: Quitiff " s, 2938; Elk's No, 3, 2925; Feave.v Co., 2914. High Team Game: Quilling' s, 1022; Peavey Co,, 1Ol Elks No.3, I010. Itlgh Individmd Series: Delmer Nes- per, 599; Sam Maltese, 576; Walt Quimng, 5. High Imflvidual Game: Delmer Nero- per, 236; Darvln Fischer, 222; Sam Maltese, 215. FRIGHT NIGHT MIXED Four Roses .......... 37 19 Jolly O's ........... 34.5 21.5 MaMa' s and PaPa' s ..... 30 26 Reckless Ones ....... 27.5 28.5 Fear somv Fore'seine ..... 27 29 M Bar H ........... 24 32 Night Owls ......... 23 33 Road Rmmmrs ........ 21 35 High Team Series: Fear mine Feur- some, 2301; Road Runners, 2235; YEWSTONE WOMEN" s Pizza House ......... 37.5 14.5 Bowling Center ........ 34 18 Farmers Elevator ...... 29.5 22.5 Sldlmy National Bank ..... 27.5 24.5 Ranger Lounge ......... 27 25 Rlehlmd Nat[onalBank--- 21.5 30.5 Elks Ladles .......... 20 32 Farmers Union ........ II 41 H/gh Team Series: Pizza House, 2645; Bowling Center, 2568; Elk's Ladies, 2315. Klgh Team Gme: Pizza House, 929; Elk's LMies, 877; Bowling Cen- ter, 866. High Individualseries: Mm Thor- gerson, 526; Gert Clifford, 467; Lll Elletsml, 465. High Ir-vidual Game: Jerrl Schil- ling, 183; Marge Thorgerse 180; Lil Elletsou, 178. MAJOR S/dmy National Bank ..... 43 21 Richlmd N,monal Bank - - -40.5 23.5 dney Lanes ........ 39 25 Sidnvy Pluming ...... 53 31 Sldmy Electric ....... 31 33 Pizza House .......... 27.5 36.5 Act[ou Auto .......... 22 42 Newlou Greenimuse ..... 20 44 High Team Series: Rtchlmd Ha- t[0mL1 Bank, 2987; NewlouGreen- house, 2946; S/dney Electric, 2890. Team Game: RichlmlNaflon- al Bank, 1009; Sidney Electric, I001; Newlon Greenhouse, 1000. High Indivklual Serie= Dolt MILI- tese, 580;. Willmer Lm'eaz, 573; R, K, 566. High Individual Game: Ray Km'd- ovowy, 204; Wml Redlin, 203; lm Maltese, 200. RICHLAND WOMEN'S Russell's ........... 75 37 Credit Uni ,m ......... 73.5 38.5 Trimgle ........... 73 39 Reymld' s .......... 66 46 Moumain Dow ........ 58 M years and made an impressive comeback at the age of 37 by scoring a TKO over Nix in the second round, In a no-contest match, Steve Sundheim, Fairview, and Dale Crowsbreast, Parshall, N. D., fought to a draw. David Fredrickson, 84 lbs., Havre, scored a split decision over Vince Kromerik, Great Falls. Arlen Harney, 134 lbs., Mill- er, S. D., won over Art CamP- bell, 140 lbs., Havre, by unani- mous decision. Willianson Bearstail, 102 Ibs., Parshall, N. D., wkipped Bob Hammond, 95 Ibs., Great Falls, by unanimous decision. Joel Sundheim, 152 Ibs., scor- ed an impressive unanimous de- cision over Brad Juhl, 1461bs., Miller, S. D. Ernle Crockane, 114 Ibs., Great Falls, won by unanimous decision over Tim Werlinger, 117 Ibs., ParshalL Bill Buckley, 112 Ibs., Lorlys Dean, 145 Ibs., and Dave Shan- non, 142 Ibs., all of Fairview, lost unanimous decisions to Jeff Bne, 115 Ibs., Havre; Nell Haversten, 148 Ibs., Miller, S. D., and Kirk Juhl, 140 lbs., Great Falls. The three Fair- view fighters looked good and fought gamely. Dale Rattliff, 155 lbs., Hav- re, won a unanimous decision over Greg Werllner, 158 lbs., Parshall. Marvin Camel, 1551bs., Mon- tuna AAU Champ, Polson, Mont., knocked out A1 Hillman, 156 lbs., 1970 North Dakota Champion, Dickinson, in the second round. Tom Werlinger, 130 Ibs., 1971 North Dakota Bantam Champion, won by unanimous decision over Eric Droz, 129 lbs., 1971 South Dakota Cham- pion, Miller, S. D. Other trophies awarded were as follows: Bob Green, Fair- view, Most Popular Fighter; Dean Kromerik, Great Falls, Best Boxer; 1rvin Camel, Pol- son, Mont., Best Fighter; and Joel rsiheim, Fairview, Best Prospect. Dick Shannon, Fairview box- ing coach and promoter of the fight, expresses histhaaks to all who : contributed to make the Juilyo,, 21.. i:::. ' High Team Game: Fear - : wu=m ............ - o, 1 ,'FiRht of Chamvis" 1 stone, 788 and 774; M B H, 773. - --tmmes ...... + .... ---- 84.o .  -- ---' --'-- " Series - Mere mn Houglum, High Team Series: Russell's,  sponsored annually by theFair. 534; Larry Mindt, 313; Don Sclmddt, Reynold's, 2575; Gambles, 2337. view Athletic Club and the Fair- 493. High Game -- Mere Doa Sehmidt, 189; Bill Hot.Iron, 183 and 102. High Series -- Women: Ella Ster- han, 489; Pat Hartle, 439; Lowaim Lee, 430. High Gsme- Women: Ella Ster- ham, 191 and 176; Pat Hart]e, 160. High Team Gtme: Credit o 937; Russell's, 906 al 896. High llvtdu Series: Evetm Po#, 515; Marlene Bo, 49 Jill Matthews, 487. H/h Ind/vidual Game: Ella Ster- hn, 192; Marlene Beg, 191; Evelyn Poff, 188. view Jayceelt. All proceeds go toward the summer recreation program in Fairview. Savage Area N MRS. BEA LARSON The ALCW had their spring convention at Broadus, April 1. Mrs. Irene Hedegard, Mrs. Lillian Vojacek. and Mrs. Lin- da Hoedt attended from here. Savage Fro had a very suc- cessful bake sale last week. They would like to thank every- one for making it a success. Breezy Flats Lads and Las- sies 4-H Club have painted Ai- ver Madsens basement. They will be using it for their meet- ing place. Savage school hadtheir board election. Mill levies were pass- ed. Vernon Peterson was elect- ed for trustee. ews There willhe Lenten services at the First Lutheran Churchat 7:30 p.m. Communion will also be held. There will be private and per- sonal worship on Good Friday at the First Lutheran Clmrch from 12 to 3 p.m. There will be Tennebrse services at the First Luther- an Church at 7:30 p.m. Good Friday. Everyone is welcome. The ALCW ladies will serve lunch at the Orville Svingen Auction sale Thursday. Ron Hanzek left this week for duty in Puroto Rico. He will be there for two years. ELMDALE-SPRING LAKE-ENID T rail R ide S lides S hown MRS. FRANCES STEPPLER Sunday supper guests atthe Al Snedigar's were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompsen, Andes. Fred showed slides of the Culbertson Saddle Club Trail Ride of 1970 at the Elmdale Hall Sunday eve- Ring. Mrs. Frank Gladowski, Mrs. Joe Irigoin, Mrs. James Vaira and Mrs. Harold Fiak and Mrs. Jim Brenner attended the Cursillo for women in Sidney last week. Parents of the basketball players and cheerleaders at- tended the basketball banquet in Sidney Sunday at the Elks. The Friendly Neighbor's Homemaker Club held their meeting at the home of Mrs. Archie Strand, Thursday. Mrs. Eddie Valra was the winner of the door prize. Mr, and Mrs, Paul Vaira visited her mother, Mrs. Celia Gibson, Richey, who is apatient in the Sidney hospital. Judges at the Springlake School for the school election Saturday were Mrs. Frar Carda, Mrs. Paul Vaira and Mrs. ArcbJe Strand. Laura Strand rearmed home from EMC Saturday to begin student teaching in the Sidney Senior School Monday. Saturday guests at the Antone Carda's to honor Mrs. Carda on her birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Allan Theissen andTony, Lambert, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Klasna and family. Mrs. Ai Snedigar visited Mr s. Henry Peterson and Mrs. Effle Thompson, Culbertson, Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keller were supper guests at Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Petrik's, Lambert, Thursday, and dinner guests at Mrs. Rosa Keller's Friday. Sunday visitors at the Jim Valra's were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fisher, south Brockton. Accepting ROTC Forms at MSU The Military Aerospace Stu- dies Department at Montana State Universitis accepting ap- plications for the two- year Air Force ROTC program. The program enables students to complete requirements for a commission as a2nd Lieutenant in the Air Force through two years of on-campus study. Credit for the first twoyears of the traditional four -year course is earned at a six-week summer camp prior toentryin- to the shorter prngram. Applicants must have two years of undergraduate orgrad- uate work remaining at MSU at the beginning of the 1971-72 academic year to be eligible. The program is open to women as well as men. The Sidnev Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, April 7, 1971-13 SCORES - Joel Sundheim, left, Fairview, lands a solid left jab and slips away from a left thrown by his opponent Brad Juhl, Miller, S. Dak., Joel won by unanimous decision and was named Best Prospect at the annual "Fight of Champions" in Fairview Saturday night. , Sidney Basketball Tourney Records In the last 20 years the Sidney Eagle Basketball team has par- ticipated in 13 state basketball championships and won six. The Eagles won 26 games and lost 12 in state competition. The fol- lowing is a record of Sidney's participation in state tournaments: YEAR 1950-51 52- 53 53 - 54 55- 56 56- 57 57- 58 58.59 PLACE WON 5th 8th 2nd 3rd 1st 1st 1St WON LOST 1 2 0 2 2 1 3 1 3 0 3 0 3 0 CLASSI F ICATION Big 16 Big 16 Big 16 A - AA Little 10 Little 10 Little 10 1- 62 68.69 69- 70 70- 71 t5t 3 5th 2 !st 3 8th 0 8th 0 1st 3 2   0 2 " 2 0 : Little 12 Little 12 Little 12 Big 32 Class A Class A WINNERS - A.A.U. Junior Olympics State Wrestling Championship winners were (front, I. to r.) Gary Germundson, Kevin Wood, Chuck Buxbaum, Kelvin Buxbaum and (back, I. to r.) Coach Stan Albertson, Allan Jackson, Tracy Petrie, Mike Wood, and Coach Larry Leonard. SIDNEY SCHOOLS' SPRING SPORTS' SCHEDULE- 1971 Date Froth Tr. 7th & 8th Tr. Golf April 12 April 14-Wed. Dist. Mus. Fes. April 17 April 24 High School Wk May 1 Vr. Tr:._____ 1:00 Glendive-Home Glasgow Invit. Miles CiW In. Glendive Elks Mus. Tour State Mus. Fes. May 8 Sidney Relays May 12 - Wed. Girb' Tr. 1:00 Glendive-Home Wolf Point or Glasgow Invit. Sidney Invit. Glendive Invit. 1 Wolf Point o Glasgow I,v! Sidney Invit. Glendive Inv 16 Billings Invit. 17 Miles City Invit. Glasgow Invit. Glendive Invit. Sidney Invit. Glendive Ouad There 4:00 Poplar or Bifftngs Invit. Terry Invit. I I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 ! I I I I ! 1 I I ! ! I ! May 15 May 22 May 28 & 29 Wolf Pt. Tria, Lewistown A Divisional State at Billings Wolf Pt. Tria Witliston Invit. Williston Inv 14 Lewist. Invit. 15 Hardin Invit. 21&22 Divis. at Billings &' Laurel Glendive-Home I State at Billings .... Divisional at Glendive I i I -I i State at i ._ Missouta I ...... ------ ................. -_J