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G lenclive Wins Tourney, Sidney Takes Second Gleadive got three brilliant pitek g performances from Jerry Walters, Tom Jacobson . l Curt Erhardt to sweep the tr t 3 Babe Ruth Tour- held July 13-14-15 in The Glendive pitching not allow a run in the hamt, as they shut out Hi-Line 6-0 and again in defeating a scarppy kln team 2-0 in the cham- Pi0hip game. ft the tournament opener Sidney defeated State Line behind the pitching and ting of Bobby Peacock. aeock went the distance for Sidney giving up five hits while getting nine strike outs. At the plate Peacock added a home run. For State Line Curt was the losing pitcher, Madler led State Line at the plate going 4 for 5 with a homer. In the second game Hi-Line got by Mon-Dak 4-3 in a very well played ball game. Winning pitcher was Rich Moe, Jeff Neubauer led Hi-Line at the plate going 2 for 2 with a 3 run homer. Jeff Shourds was the losing pitcher for Mon-Dak. In the final game of the first round Glendive behind the no- hit pitching of Jerry Waiters Generation Gap 1 "Yes she's in. gosh, I almost forgot what a clean cut American boy looks like!" .......... Ill IIIII I Illlll ........ Fulkerson Funeral Home "and The Cloyd-Gorder Chapel" JACK FULKERSON HOMER GORDER Sidney, Montana b=._ hi=_ I CREATIVE I Up Date Business Forms I 'J Work sheets, file cards, ledgers, J stationery . . . all an integral part of J business. See us for what you need in J print. We're glad to give est,mates. ihnrg t00rralh Call 482-2403 or 482-2706 ' I I For That Special Gift * POPPYTRAIL Dinnerware . PFALTGRAFF Y0rkt0wne Stoneware . Wilton Armetole The "New Pewter" iii Gifts, Cards, Napkins, Invitation For Every Occasion Special- Slightly Damaged DRIED FLOWERS i =7 Sole $3 00 blanked Sidney 8-0. Walters was in complete control throughout the seven inning ballgame and was backed by fine defensive baseball. At the plate for Glendive Curtis Liles led the way going 2 for 4 with a 2 run homer, Curt Erhardt also added a two run shot. Losing pitcher for Sidney was Bobby Miller. Second day action was rudely intei'rupted by a cloud burst, however the tournament and fansmoved on to Fairview and all of the second round was completed. In opening action of the second day Mon-Dak met State Line in a losers out game. It was obvious neither team wanted to be eliminated as the game went into extra innings with Mon-Dak finally coming out on top 9-8 in a very exciting game. For Mon-Dak Larry O'Toole provided the big bat, O'Toole was 2 for 4 including a three run homer and scored 2 runs. Bob Reiter was the winning pitcher in relief, Curt McCamish was the loser. In the semi-final game Glendive left little doubt that they were the class of the tournament as they topped Hi- Line 6-0 behind the 1 hit - 13 strike out performance of Tom Jacobson. Jacobson and the Glendive defense allowed only one Hi-Line base runner to advance as far as third base over the seven innings. Losing ptcher for Hi-Line was Denny Loendorf. Closing out round two of the tourney found Sidney battling Mon-Dak down to the wire in another losers out game. Sidney came out with the'fin to stay alive 3-2. Bobby Peacock tossed a niffty three hitter in picking up his second win of the tournament. Sidney scored the winning run in the sixth inning on a perfect sacrifice bunt by Paul Siddoway scoring Jeff Linker from third. Saturday Hi-Line met Sidney for the right to advance on to meet undefeated Glendive. Sidney used a four run fourth inning to break the game open and went on to win 10-7. For Sidney Rich Haber went the distance scattering nine hits in picking up the big win. At bat second baseman Marly Petrie led the Sidney Ruthers going 2 for 2 while scoring 2 runs. Jeff" Neubauer was the loser for Hi, I,ine. The championship game was as good a ball game as any of the tournament as pitchers Bobby Peacock for Sidney and Erhardt and Walters for Glendive were locked in a beautiful pitching duet over the entire seven innings Each pitcher allowed only 2 hits, the difference was provided by Pepper Martins 2 run homer with two out in the fifth inning. By virtue of their win Glendive advances on to the State Babe Ruth Tournament in Kallspell July 26 - 30. Tournament Sidelights: 1. 10 home runs hit in the tournament. 2. Glendive pitching gave up only three hits the entire tournament and no runs. 3. Jerry Waiters, Glendive hurler, picked up a no-hitter in an 54) victory over Sidney. 4. Jerry Waiters and Bobby Peacock each notched two victories on the mound. 5. Although the Host team Sidney was involved in five games including the cham- pionship the tournament was very poorly attended by the Sidney Public. FISH FOR ALL -- Visitors fill their plates during the Yellowstone Wildlife Club's annual fish fry at Sundheim Park near Fairview. The Wildlife Club sponsored event is held each year to help finance projects including the in- stallation of vapor lights at Sundheim Park. -- The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., July 19, 1972 - 3 i:.;:;.:':" :: ":: ":i:;.:-::" :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;: ;:.:;:;:, ................... t; ., :::: Events Calendar :'=' THURSDAY, JIJLY 20 Noon -- Kiwanis, Viking Rooth, Lalonde Hotel i:. FRIDAY, JULY 21 6:00 p.m. -- Legion Baseball, Plentywood, here. SATURDAY, JULY 22 9 a.m. -- Old - timers Reunion, Fairview SUNDAY, JULY 23 A and B team swim meet, Miles City 1:30 p.m. -- Lambert Saddle Club Fun Frolic. Everycne Welcome 2 p.m. -- Field Day on the saline seep problem, Larry Tveit farm ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: I II This Weeks COUPON SPE( IALS at TURNER DRUG Kodachrome Movies State Crop Produclion Lowest Since 1964 Moisture Shortages together with smaller acreages will reduce Montana's 1972 grain production, according to the Montana Crop and Livestock Reporting Service in Helena. Aggregate production of the State's three major grains, wheat, barley and oats, is expected to be down 12 per cent from 1971 and the lowest since 1964. Smaller wheat and barley crops than last year but a slightly larger oats crop are forecast, based upon early July conditions. North central Montana was hard hit by dry conditions which hurt crops. In contrast, the extreme eastern counties have received adequate to abundant moisture and grains are doing well. Total wheat production is expected at 95.4 million bushels, down 15 per cent from 1971, but above the low 1970 crop. Winter wheat, estimated at 47.2 million bushels July 1, is down 14 per cent from 1971. This will be harvested from 1.8 million acres yielding an average of 27 bushels per acre, three bushels below last year and one bushel below the June 1 forecast. A hard spring wheat crop of 4415 million bushels is expected, 17 per cent below 1971. Acreage is down significantly -- the result of the Farm Program. and dry weather. The average yield of spring wheat is ex- pected to be up from last year due to abundant precipitation in the northeast spring wheat area which was dry in 1971. Durum wheat is forecast at 3.6 million bushels, down two per cent from 1971. A smaller barley crop is expected, 53.4 million bushels compared to 58,8 million bushels last year -- 7 per cent less acreage and 9 per cent less production. County Fair... (Continued from page 1) provide enjoyment for persons attending. Area residents are reminded that the Richland County Fair office is open from 8:30 a.m. to noon and from I to 5 p.m. each day for persons wishifig to- reserve display space at the fair. The office is located in room 103 of the Lalonde Hotel. WEATHER Date High Low Pre. July 11 75 49 .01 July 12 78 44 .00 July 13 80 55 tr. July 14 74 65 .36 July 15 75 51 tr. July 16 72 48 .06 July 17 74 48 .04 Total precipitation so far this year is 11.04 inches. Long - term average is 8.43. MARRIAGE LICENSES Milton Tim Madison, Sidney, and Clarice Marcella Sorensen, Alexander, applied July 14. Patrick G. Hass, Sidney, and Ona M. Schieffer, Fairview, applied July 14. Stanley K. Rosaaen, Sidney, and Shelly Ross, Sidney, applied July ]7. BIRTHS Mr. ancl Mrs Clyde Huseby, Savage, boy, July ]4, 8 Ibs. 13 ozs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kuhn, Sidney, boy, July 14, 6 Ibs. 6v; ozs. Mr and Mrs Tim otly Zent, boy, July 16, 7 Ibs. 15 ozs. Mr. and Mrs Michael Weber, Sidney, girl, July 16, 7 Ibs. 14 ozs. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Homme, Sidney, boy, July ]7, 8 s. 8/2 ozs. I FOR SALE 1963 Chrysler 300 Automatic, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Mags, 70 Wide Tires, 426 Engine, Excellent Condition Only *675 CALL 482-2200 II Micrin Coupons good thru 7-26-72 Sun Tan Lotion 88 c Reg. 1.75 With Coupons good thru 7-26-72 I IS Smile. Your fortune is growing with every deposit in your savings account. Smile. You could be gaining ground faster than you realize. Every time you make a mortgage payment, you add to your holdings. Home improvement payments, certain kinds of insurance, pension and social security deductions all add up. But the real solid feeling of growing wealth comes when you deposit something the same. Payroll savings, each payday in your i 0ilti Mild @ Where We Believe PEOPLE MAKE THE DIFFERENCE savings account. Now there's a good feeling. Money in the bank, and we keep adding to what you keep adding. 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