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y Pfau S/'dney's 00iant Heavywe/ight S p o r t E._modesty and gentleness come in enor- packages, then Jay Pfau, Montana's School heavyweight wrestling champion, ... nifies those parcels. Pfau, a grad •  at Sidney High School, tips the !llt 440 pounds Until the Montana wrestling Pionships at Glasgow in Februa, Stan Albertsun estimated Pfaus ght at "over 350 pounds." After taking Z, au to the scrap metal yard in Glasgow for , d aCCurate accounting of his bulk, Albertson p led that he "had a feeling Jay might ' IIPgh more." J , . L,J00y) , raze is the major reason why llegiate interest in him is mounting. Having ,dy traveled to Iowa State University in rues, Iowa, and Montana State University in nbran, Pfau met two days ago with Tom o, head wrestling coach at Oklahoma kte University. Tomorrow, gigantic Chris aylor, National Collegiate Athletic ldniation heavyweight champion, will be in l.aeY, partially to encourage the Sidney ll(h to enroll at Iowa State. When asked I_ '', of the colleges he was favoring, Jay . |rePlied, "I'm not going to sign a letter of r |I. t to attend any college until I've talked ! "gn all the neoole scheduled to meet with I i"Giganti cl;-- wrestlers are becoming more r |nroon' but seldom does a high school |_eStler appear with the size of Chris Taylor,  nest. six feet seven inches tall, resembles Ylor a great deal, even in wrestling style. +.' at Iowa State, Jay disappeared with the  champion Taylor to discuss wrestling nlque and to tour the Iowa facilities. the two returned, Coach Albertsun ented, "Walking behind Taylor and down the street made me feel small. I e sidewalk tilted." word of the Taylor - lau meeting reaced Sidney, lau's size and talents .owballed in the eyes of Sidney wrestling Pfau's sophomore year for the championship by Buddy Walsh. Wilson moaned after his match with Pfau, "One year I get a gorilla (Walsh), and the next year I get a mountain ." As a freshman Jay weighed in at a mere 280 pounds, but by the time he began his senior year, Albertson listed Pfau's weight at the conservative mark of 350 pounds. Not until the scrap metal yard weighing prior to the state tournament was Pfau's real weight revealed. Jay took an unblemished record into the Glasgow tournament. Twice during the year he traveled to tournaments in North Dakota where he planned his revenge for his only junior losses, but both times, Sister, unable to wrestle because of injuries, watched Jay smother all opponents en route to tournament championships. At the Montana wrestling championships, Jay eased into the championship match, again against Don Wilson and defeated him by a 2-0 decision. Wilson suffered defeat by Sidney's "mountain" for the second year in a row, and Jay grabbed his second straight Montana heavyweight crown. After the wrestling season, Albertson ex- pressed only mild excitement when he received a telephone call from Dr. Harold Nichols, head wrestling coach at Iowa State. Albe'rtson said he only chuckled when Nichols asked, "Is it true you've got a wrestler who will fill Chris Taylor's uniform?" . . . . That phone conversation was the beginning of NCAA schools competing for Jay's talents. Albertson traveled with Pfau to Ames, Iowa for an interview with Nichols March 16 and 17, and Jay flew to Norman, Okla., one week later to visit head Oklahoma University coach, Stan Able, who visited Sidney earlier this week. Jay's size, while certainly attractive to wrestling coaches, does boggle the mind. While being fitted for a graduation cap and gown, Jay ripped out the normally baggy Bowling Standings BURGER PALACE MIXED Paterson, 526; Jill Matthews, 512; High Ind. Series: Helen Mason, Four Roses 36 20 Evelyn Poll, 508. 636; Merna Brown, 496; Ragna Lee, NightOwls 32 24 High Ind. Game: Ruby Bailey, 462. SpareTires 31.5 24.5 191; Harriet Dobson, 189; Luella High Ind. Game: Helen Mason, Reckless Ones 31.5 24.5 Buxbeum, 188. 222, 213 and 201. Fearsome Foursome 31.5 24.5 COMMERCIAL Jollyos 22 34 YELLOWSTONE LEAGUE Thogerson Motors 371 214 Morns'send Papas 21.5 34.5 Farmer's Elevator 33 15 Quillings 363 222 Road Runners 20 36 Elk's Ladies 31 17 Peavey Co. 293 292 High Team Series: Four RoseS, Ranger Lounge 28 20 Credit UniOn 261 279 2230; Reckless Ones, 2217; Spare Sidney National Bank 23 25 U.B.C. 230 310 Tires, 2193. Sidney Bowling Center 22 26 Holly Sugar 267 318 High Team Game: Four Roses, Pizza House 20 28 Eiks No. 3 263 322 767; Reckless Ones, 764; Four Richlend National Bank 19 29 Reynolds 247 338 Roses, 757. Montgomery Ward 16 32 High Team Game: Thogerson High Series- Men: Ed Joslln, 521; High Team Series: Farmer's Motors, 1028; Quillings, 1027; Roy Hartle, 502; Harvey Schmidt, Elevator, 2659; Pizza House, 2617; Reynolds, 1007. 4f)8. Richland National Bank, 2541. High Team Series: Qulllings, High Game . Men: Dale Edam, High Team Game: Ranger 2977; Peavey Co. 2904; Holly Sugar, 193; Harvey Schmidt, 184; Ed Lounge, 916; Montgomery Ward, 2882. Joslin, 181. 911; Farmer's Elevator, 903. High Ind. Series: Delmer Nosper, High Series - Women--- Mary High Ind. Series: Lil Elletson, />04; Don Smith, 568; Erwin Dobson, Carter, 495; Pet Hartle, 492; 560; Helen Mason, 503; Florence 562. Merlene Borg and Julia Prevost, Petersdn, 497. High Ind. Game: Delmer Nesper, 436. High Ind. Game: Lil Elletson, 231; Dave Steinbeisser, 223; Don High Game - Women: Mary 208; Virginia rink, 201; Joy Smith and Erwin Dobson, 214. Carter, 186; Pat Hattie, 180; Marcia Oostermeyer, 190. GoBs, 170. QUAD'S LEAGUE RANGER LOUNGE MIXED Alerts 88.5 27.5 MERCHANT Lost Causes 36 16 Sunrlsers 79 37 Geno's 34.5 17.5 LO-Balls 29.5 22•5 Meadowlarks 56 60 Bowling Center 34 18 Hi.Balls 27 25 MeadOw Gold 33 19 Misfits 26 26 Morning Glories 56 60 Early Birds 53•5 62.5 Herb's Enco 32 20 Get Hots 24 28 Perk Ups 50 66 Ranger Bar 27 25 Whatchacellems 23 29 VFW 22.5 29.5 Alley Cats 21.5 30.5 Housewives 49.5 66•5 Sonny's 14.5 37.5 Impossibles 21 31 Hopefuls 32.5 83.5 High Team Series: Alerts, 2191; StarBar 10.541.5 High Team Series: Get Hots, Meadowlarks, 2041; Morntng High Team Series: Bowling 2267; Hi Balls, 2247; Lost Causes, Glories, 2027. Center, 3264; Meadow Gold, 2893; 2189. High Team Game: Alerts, 744 and Geno's, 2826. High Team Game: Get Hots, 811; 727; Morning Glories, 720. High Team Game: Star Bar, 1035; Hi Balls, 759; Whetchecallems, 773. High Ind. Series: Pat Hartle, 527; Bowling Center, 1029 and 1000. High Ind. Game: Jim Noble, 551; Helen Meson, 498; Carrol Whiting, High Ind. Series: Del Nosper, 583; Gear Thomas, 502; Ivan Cayko, 500. 471. Gary Miller, 565; Ray Frank, 544. High Ind. Game: Jim Nobles, 211; High Ind. Game: Pat Hartle, 190 High Ind. Game: Ray Frank, 205; Ivan Cayko, 195; Gene Trudell, 226• and 172; Helen Mason, 178. Wayne Derdls and Del Nesper, 202; High Ind. Series: Lil Elletson, Sam Maltese and Keith Nelson, 201. 500; Pat Cayko end Helen Mason, MAJOR 447; Linda Noble, 441. Richland National Bank 362 223 RICHLANDWOMENS High Ind. Game: Ltl Elletson, 168 Sidney National Bank 307 278 Reynolds 84 28 and 166; Linda Noble, 177. Sidney Lanes 287 253 Triangle Nit, Club 70 42 Sidney Electric 302 283 Credit Union 66 46 THOGERSEN COFFEE LEAGUE Pizza House 300 285 Russells Market 61.5 50.5 Sanka 83.5 28.5 Sidney Plumbing 288 278 Pepsi Cola 53 59 Neshes 79.5 32.5 Action Auto 220 320 Fairview Bank 43.5 68.5 Edwards 72 40 Midland Lumber Co. 229 356 License Drawings Given Fair Touch Sportsmen who can't seem to draw a moose, bighorn sheep, or mountain goat license will be given special consideration under regulations recently adopted by the fish and game commission. The regulations are not firm as yet because they must go through the administrative procedures act, according to Wes Woodgerd, director of the department of fish and game. If the system is adopted, persons who apply for moose, sheep, or goat licenses but are unsuccessful over a five - year period will be given preference in drawings. The burden of proof will be on applicants. Woodgerd said that un- successful applicants will receive some form of notification that they were unsuccessful. These notices must be saved and five or more accompany an application in order to receive preferential treatment. Koch Attends Law Seminar Richland County Attorney Victor G. Koch, Sidney, recently took part in a Prosecutor Training Seminar at the Law Enforcement Academy Bureau at Montana State University. Koch was one of 24 county attorneys and deputy county attorneys taking part in the seminar. The course covered preparation of drug cases, legislative review, prosecution use of physical evidence and insanity as a legal defense in Provisions of the regulations "will be forwardeQ to the Secretary of State'S ffice in compliance with the Ad- ministrative Procedures Act. After advertising, the com- mission will review whatever comments have been received and take final action on the proposals. The program would not be retroactive, so the preference drawings would become ef- fective in 1978. I I PROFITS ... GROW,-"6n /FF.ItTILIZED / PASTURES Fertilizer on pasture returns profits well in excess of invest- meat measuring returns by: • Carrying capacity • Gains per acre • Hay yields per acre • Protein yield per acre See the summary of 6 years of research trials in 4 states. Let us show you how fertilizer can pay Off on your pasture or grassland. Sidney- 482-1304 PEAVEY COMPANY • Producer Service aas. One riddle that swept through town  what weighed 900 pounds, had four legs [ ' carried a 100 - pound sack lunch. The mlmwer was', "Jay Pfau and Chris Taylor on a ic.,, f Even though he is a mild - mannered and ndest man off the mat, Pfau dons headgear I and Wrestling togs to become a fierce cam- !| Petitor when he wrestles Undefeated for the t 73 season and loser of only two decisions iii .... Year before, Pfau enjoys his second eOnSecutive heavyweight crown. When ling, Pfau usually wins by pinning, but nately, many opponents choose to et rather than face the Sidney giant. I.°. angely, Pfau did not begin to wrestle an,til he was a freshman in high school. Mter  season with a record of 20 wins and five h' , Jay showed much poise as he fought 8 Way to the championship match at the te meet but lost to Buddy Walsh of Butte Central by a decision of 5-3. ,After the freshman finish of second place in e, Pfau wrestled through his sophomore [  again losing five of his matches, most of [ . to Truman Payee of Miles City. Payee s €| Ctories were all fashioned around a single ;I restling move which Pfau could not learn to . In the state tournament, Pfau met Walsh in | rly round and lost again by a decision. ] ta asked why he did not go on to place at | ,, te as a sophomore, Pfau answered softly, l gOOfed.', i is t • lle returned to the mat with a ferocity n h I rl for year. While compiling a near - perfect I ;^ord, he pinned many of his opponents and  Only two times, both to North Dakota high | At! heavyweight champion, Rick Seater. J  the Montana wrestling championships, J _ al breezed to his first title. In the final J match, he decisioned 230 - pound Don Wilson sleeves in the largest gown, and his head measured 27/ inches around. Jay's cap and gown are being specially made. Wearing a shirt with a 21% inch neck and shoes measuring 16 quadruple E, Jay sports a 54 inch chest -- bigger than some people are tail. Coach Albertson relates the story that when Jay was only a freshman, he wrestled all season without tights which wrestlers wear over their trunks. Learning minutes before that Jay might be disqualified at the divisional tournament for "improper attire," Albert.son and his wife fashioned two pair of large tights into one pair for Jay in the home cc room. Although obviously a five - minute cTeatiun, they got him through the tour- nament. If one thing other than size impresses a casual acquaintance of Jay Pfau, it is his modesty. When uked how he thought he would feel if he had to wrestle Chris Taylor, Jay replied, "I'd probably be scared." While wrestling looms in Jay's college future, it is not@is only interest. A career of business administration or architecture appears quite attractive to him. Jay indicated that "show - style" professional wrestling is completely out of the picture, but he also expressed hopes of wrestling in the Olympics somc day. Jay Pfau stands at this moment as the biggest youth in Sidney -- not only in size, but also in potential. Facing a choice of further schooling that could make him into a national figure, he leaves behind an image of a sin- cere, well-liked student who used his natura abilities to achieve a place of prominence. Jay's wrestling uniform will probably be retired at Sidney Senior High School, if not because of his achievement, then certainly because of its size. WOTM 42.5 69.5 MJB 48.5 63.5 High Team Sertes: Sidney Montana• , ,i, • , McDonerd 27.5 84•5 Hills Brothers 48 64 National Bank, 3009; Sidney High Team Series: Reynolds, Folgers 46 66 Electric, 3003; R/chianti National iJ " ' 2746; Triangle Nlte Club, 2611; Cha-se and Sanborn 43 69 Bank, 2949. J " L RusselIs Market, 2553. Butter Nut 27.5 84.5 High Team Game: Sidney I   " High Team Ga.m.e: R.eyno!ds,?32; High Team Series: Senka, 2200; Electric, 1074; Sidney National l i 1  ---- Reynolds, 931; Triangle m,te Juo, Butter Nut 2080" Edwards 2052 Bank, 1064; Midland Lumber Co. I r J ,. ,,..o. I B 9111. High TeemGame:Sanka:754end 10321g h I nd  Series: Terry I 1 BLUE $HIEU) I 1 High Ind. Series: Florence 743; Butter Nut, 733. • Verhasselt, 603; AI Black, 578; Tom • i  . _ m 1 Balcer, 566. I I,/. j lor Famous • 1 McCabe Area News High Ind" Game: Terry ' ! +':]lk'] ' (reup e’ hldJqkhud • BB Verhasselt, 248; Tom Selcer, 222; I t /'l IIalt Plato I • Bob Lee, 215. I  220 E. Main " [] CIVIC ! l'Jl Office 482- 2312 Home 482-  .-v lAURA JUNE BECK Mr. and Mrs. Knud Knudsen Du'ch Mill 370 215 -: ............ ' , Tibbits Mechanical 345 240 j[l[ I I i -- I I I -- Miriam Circle of Ebenezer ;re oTltaSd;mYo3lSi::tiat ' the Moose No. 2 348 237 _. met at the home of Mrs Jake -- .-- y .__ , • -- Valley Hotel 333 252 II .. .... ..-. ° -- -- t .... I Junso'sGamble 271 314 I '%-': .,°JJ'k"-'., MIIII6 rldK; II --rnomsen, nlursoay,-- -- wi"m me' me• zoos comnee for me Collins Mercantile 259 326 | ..,'T.I Itlllll ,..l. m member " -ible " d Sprmg Council met at the home cheerio Lounge 228 357 !  4L-} '%. I • s present, uo. am y ofl,ilal,arsen, Wednesday. The Bi-StateCo-OpNo. 2 186 399 I f MK;|.II " J[P-..L ___. __ • was gzven.l+y Agnes J en.sen. Spring Council will be held this High Team Series: Moole No. 2, I + OPlfN 24 NOUII$ I The program on Hlgner mob,-.,^- .__.! + +, +k e 2971; Valley Hotel, 2971; Tibbits ! II/'L I E'l-ca #;'' w "° "%-- b'" -ri  ,,,,ruay, ttiu +z,,z, at M] Mechanical, 2896, * I eII, JJ_Af.L'e/"nIFF,JP"  i Sin: l | .,,- ..... . o s, ,, • ..... Ebenezer Lutheran Church. High Team Game: Valley Hotel, I  l  O WQ l Ozman ana vera uBen 1096; Dutch Mill, 1037; Moose No. 2, | 'Jl' -- I • Calling on the Everett lO34. I .... I Baxters in Culbertson, High ld r. pirineS;nROn Carter, 565; | II P.lHh Tn Pink ueay, were Mr. and Mrs. Ray C ris a s , 555; Gary I BREAKFAST, DINNERS, SHORT ORDERS, I ........... Kenneth Olsen. Wginr' 52lnd Game" Ray ] STEAKS CHICKEN, SEA FOOD Etc | Christlensen, 226; Harold Knauts, l • IArlli i::nr Rids Sunday dinner guestp of Mr.  " ' ' ' " Sidney Montana 217; Roger Provost, 206. I ' ! "=" ............ and Mrs. Ed Han+en and Mr. jl,,, , , .... I The next regular meeting of and Mrs. Aaron Synder were the Mondak Wagon Train Club Richard and Marian, Hansen, will be April 14 at 8 p.m. at the Wi|liston, and Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Scout Cabin. Otto Hansen and Billy, Topics for discussion will Culbertson. include the length of the trail Callers at the Edward Jan. and menus for the annual sens, Sunday, were Arvon and Memorial Day Trail Ride Margaret Salvevold and Helen which will be held May 27 and and Ray Martin. 28 at the Red Water Area. Bible study for Key 73 met at One Rack All members are urged to attend - there will be a drawing for the door prize and lunch will be served following the meeting. lnd/an Reserva’Lon Proid the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Andersen, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vanl,uchen, Billings, were weekend visitors here. They stayed at the home of Otto Hansen. Wednesday callers at  the Willie I,arsens were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Larsen, Bobbi, Brien and Brenda. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Young were Sunday visitors at the Pete Gilbertson home. Camilla and Esther visited at the hos- pital with Barbara Young and Carrie Nelsen. Mr. and Mrs. Arise Larsen, Rhonda, Kathy, Lana, Cynthia and Arlene, were Sunday supper guests at the Willie I,arsen home. Last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Knud Knudsen and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelsen visited at the Hans Nelsen home in and Sleeve Short Blouses Polyester Mens Pants and Blue Jeans Tank Tops • s5 and s6 .......... 20% off Two Ladies Blouses 20% off Racks • , • • • • • • • • • • One Ladies Pants 20% off Rack • • • • • • • • • • • • , • Men's Shirts 20% off • • • • a • • • • • • • • • • • • • Boys Jeans and Shirts........... 20% off CPOJ k ,nd V 20% ff ac ets Men's ests . . . . . . . ... o Straw Hats 20% off + l • • • • • l • • • • • l • • • • • Suits and Sport Jackets......... 50% off The Rich)and County Spommeas Club has released maps of fishing waters in Rlchland, Roosevelt und McCone Counties. A map of Rlchland County was published last Week in the Sidney Herald am/a map of MeCune County will appear in next week's ImPel'.  mp b for Roosevelt County. Location of the reservoirs are as follows Hofman, TSN, RSE, S18, Rainbow trout; Big llora, T30N, R53E, $34, rainbow trout; Tiotz, T29N, RSE, 831, rainbow trout;  Muddy, T28N, RSSE, S12, rainhow trout; Anderson T29N, RSI, S17, no fbhin at prent; F/sherman's Map unw.; Piterson, TN, PTE, S19, rainbow trout; Crusch, T2gN, R58E, Sl, largemouth bass but status unknowns; Panasuk, TIN, R$gE, 832, rainbow trout; Nyquist, 'I?N, RE, S7, rainbow trout; Bainvllle RR Ponds, northers pike; Swank, T31N, RSlE, $27, rainbow trout; Stentoft, T'N, IL0E, S, rainbow trout; Chrlstensen, TN, RE, I, rainbow trout; Smith, tribal laud, rainbow trout; Mason, T29N, R498, $25, rainbow trout; Sage, 'ergot, R49E, S, no fishing at present; Hauge, T30N, R47E, $3, largemouth bass but success unknown; Chelsea, northern pike; Wolf Creek, brook and rainbow trout; 'rule Creek, sparse population of brook Jones, T30N, R5SE, $2, ralabow trout; Waro, T2N, trout. Persons fishing in the above waters must ask rolE, S=7, largemouth bass a=l craRIde, success perml.io, of landownors lint. ,r';cP!:: . ' . "/'./.e:L :>:::tr-'.’ .::.::: .:::::::::.: Poplar. Sunday visitors at the Agner Hofmans were Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Andersen. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Martin attended the wedding of Steven Vitt in Fairview, Saturday. Hazel Knudsen accompanied her sister, Mary Perrin, back to Great Falls, Thursday. She will stay and visit there for a while. Mrs. Pansy Sorensen and Mrs. Viola Nelsen attended a Delta Kappa Gamma meeting at Poplar on Saturday. Calling at the Otto Hansens and Jerry Kozaks on Saturday to visit with Frank and Anna Van I,uchen and have supper there, were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelsen. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Mary Martin, Culbertson, were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Olsen. White Shirts...............,... $3.00 We also hove a big sole on Saddles and all upholstery material in stock• Don't forget we're your tack repair headquarters Come In & See Our New Boot Dept. Richland Saddlery 525 East Main I II III III I I I IIIII /