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,1', :i::i::::;:;::.:;::::.:;:i:!:!:-::':i:::':::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::5:::::::::: 5::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::: ;:.;:.;:.:;;.::.:J:: 00i00neg Heral00 ! heasant season Spo.tsr I 1) open Oct. 21 - 'n I phpeenanhtg:: Ithe973same PWecallde'jLeudiths anBasind' CEal:ra: )ij By DON MRACHEK :;' i . daysoaoS . geThneT:Jeeerderednce, GB(wa, Ma: aLa e'portio: i!! i intercepted a urly in the first sprinted 23 yards to give the early lead in their rack up a Zards rusig and Homecoming luarter kicker Richard on the extra 7-0 first - quarter racked up 16 second period on pass play from Erickson to passed to the conversion. again in the second quarter on a 44 - yard pass from Erickson. Ericksou threw to Robby,Taylor for the 2 - point conversion. Jordan collected its only score of the game in the second quarter when Randy Brueett carried the ball 80 yards for the touchdown. Brusett also carried the conversion in. Warriors drew blood again in the third quarter when Erickson carried the ball in from the 10 - yard line. It was Fairvlew's only score in the third period. The Warriors second team bulled over 14 points in the final period and held Jordan scoreless in the fourth frame. Dave Lebsock got both Fair- view TD's when he plunged in from the I and then intercepted a pass and carried it 75 yards for the score. Kelly Sullivan Falrv/ew Friday night, FalrVlew trounced the stop ...... Jordan team a- S for a  .ry. 1"ne Win'riots held Jorda to only 115 yards {2) stops a Jordan ball cer total while they racked up 47S, Yardage during football action at --Don Mmchek Photo ion Hunters DEER ANTELOPE MOOSE ELK Sidney's JV downs Miles Sldney's Junior varslty football team pounded Miles city's Junior varsity 2o . o Saturday at Miles City. Bruce Lindberg scored from the Cowboy's m - yard line in the third quarter after the two teams played to a scoreless deadlock in the first half. Rank Franzen collected the 2 - point conversion. Gordon Torgerson scored Sidney's second touchdown in the third quarter on a run from the 2. The conversion fafle In fourth quarter action, Wally Gerxrmndsou bulled over from the 2 for the Sidney score. The defensive unit blocked 2 Miles City punts to set up scoring drives. Tim Kllng and Zune Volbrecht teamed up to block one of the prints and Mark Peterson got the block on the second punt. The win moved the Sidney JV carried the 2 - point conversion over. The Warriors held Jordan to just 115 yards in the game. Defensive standouts were Dave Shannon and Jim Aura. The win gives Fairview a 4-2 mark for the year while Jordan Is 0-6. Falrvlew hosts Broadus tonight at 7:30 p.m. and will travel to Circle Oct. 26 for their last game of the season. Poplar took an 8- 0 lead at the half and moved away with a 37 - 6 Eastern Class A football victory over Sidney Friday night in Poplar. The Indians and Eagles fought to a 0-0 deadlock in the first quarter but Poplar not- ched a touchdown and 2 - point conversion in the second frame Poplar's Indians overpower Sidney to take the lead. The Indians scored a safety in the third quarter and the Eagles countered with a touch- down but Poplar scored 27 points in the final period to take the win. Sidney scored in the third quarter when Don Weber broke loose for an 85 - yard touchdown run. An extra point kick at- tempt by the Eagles failed. It was the first time the Sidney team had tried to kick an extra ' point this year. Sidney's first string quar- terback Dennis Baadsgard did not play in the game because of illness. Poplar's record moved to 4-1 in conference play while Sid- ney's record dropped to 2-3. The Eagles will host Plentywoed here Friday night aj.Z:30 p.m. for a Dad's Night contest. Sidney players and their fathers will be introduced during halftime of the game. Outlook stops Outlook Jumped back from an 8 - 6 deficit to down Sidney  - 23 in glrl's basketball action at Outlook Saturday nt. Free throws played a major part in Sidney's loss. The local girl's had 2 attempts while Outlook tried on 9. Deb Prevomt led SldMy's glrll wttlt 17 points. Mattreen Warn slay contclbuted 4 while Diane Emly bad . points. Kart salvig scared 10 points to lead Outlooks drive. Sidney fell behind at the end of the half 18 - 12 and 28 - 16 at the end of three quarters. The loss drape the Sidney record to 4-2. Fairview girls defeat Savage Fairvlew's girk Jumped to a 12 -10 first quarter lead and held on to down savage 43 - 31 in girl's basketball action Monday night. Laura Sundheim sparked the Fairvtew glrk with 19 points as they led 23 - 20 at the balf. Verna Nollmeyer led savage with 14 points. Falrview broke the game open in the third quarter as they scored 14 points and held the savage team to Just 1. Adding scores for Fairview were Roxy Taylor with 8, Rachel Danieis with 7, Llnda Iverson 6 and Georgeann Edmonds had 3 points. Savage got 6 points from Leslie Binder, while Sue . Jorgseon and Deb Swtsee added 4 each. Cathy Reed scored 3 in hunting hours that should be notedby hunters, according to Wynn Freeman, administrator of the game management division for the department of fish and game. The pheasant season will open noon, Oct. 21 and close at sunset Nov. 25. ooting hours the first day will he from noon until sunset and for the remainder of the season from one - half hour before sunrise until sunset. Bag limits will vary he area. In the following counties, or portions of counties, the dally bag shall he 3 cock pheasants and the possession 6 cock pheasants: Linceln, Flathead, Pondera, Glacier, Toole, Liberty, Sanders, Lake, Teton, that portion of Chouteau County lying west of the Marlas River and south of the Missouri Yellowstone County lying within the following described boundary: In the remainder of the state, the dally bag shall be 3 pheasants, 1 of which may be a hen. Possession limit shall he 6 pheasants, 2 of which may he hens. Game preserves, national parks and other posted areas will remain cloeed to hunting. Pheasants may be hunted with shotguns no larger than 10 gauge or long bows and arrows. For hunting privileges on national wildlife refuges and Indian reservations, hunters should check with respective managers or tribal offices. Field - dressod pheasants should have feet and one wing attached to the carcass for purposes of identification and aging. Alexander blasts Columbus 38-13 Alexander Comets got back on the winning track last Friday as they demorialized the Columbus Cougars 38 - 13 at Alexander. The win raised their recordto4-1-2and2-1-2in conference action. Gary Melland led the team again as he caught two touch- down passes of 24 and 49 yard pass. Larry Lee added the first of his two conversions when he bulled over. Columbus was determined to score before half as Rarew galloped for an 81- yard Jaunt. It was 14 - 8 at helftlm.e. The Comets started the Sidney's girls "We didn't play as a whole unit," coach Virginia Backstrom said about the loss. "We weren't working together," she added. Sidney will host Brockton Oct. 23. Brockton handed Sidney their first loss of the season. On Oct. 26 the girls will hot Wolf Point and will travel to Wastbyev Oct. 7. second half the same way they did the game as Melland again sprinted from 27 yards. Tim Dwyer threw to Wade Dmr for the conversion. Then again in the third quarter Dwyer sneaked around right end from the one. Lee added his second extra point. Leroy Swearingen finished the scoring for the afternoon for Alexander as he received a five ,, yard pass from Dwyer. On the same play Kit James caught the extra point. The Cougars managed one more TD on a' ons-yard plunge. Melland led the rushing wiffi 79 yards on 10 carries for a 7.9 average. Alexander racked up 209 yards on the ground and 93 passing while the Cougars added 187 yards and 15 passing. Alexander led in first downs I0 to8. The last game of the year for the Comets k Friday when the Trenton Tigers come to Alexander for a co'e.ce battle. It will he the last game for eight Comet seniors. :::: iiii ...:.. :::: :::: Special Saturday Evening - MENU - Chinese Chicken - Steak Rice. Sweet and Sour Pork o Beef - FRIDAY EVENING MENU - * T-Bones - Sirloin - Lobster - Shrimp FRIDAY SATURDAY (l "' Dinners in ,the Lounge Noon Luncheon record to 3-2-1. They traveled to points for tim Savage team. , Galvanized Roofing Glasgow today for their last The win gives Falrvlew a 4-0 i tWooden Posts and i THE  to.o, I , Steel Pickup I ! / * Stock Racks  *140 While they lost * Structural Steel Angle. Flat- Channel-I-beam I " 'q,d stock of [ Soon, you  will be weoring Pipe Plastic & Steel THE GIBSON GRIN!  lde ;  i .II DISCOUNT cENTER r I ibsun's Gals Welcome -. PLUS - Your favor,te beverages and dancing - 9:00 to 2:00 To the I Montanans o} It all happens at the wgj n Club in S,dney The 1973 Montana deer season opens throughout most of the state Sunday. Portions of Richlami and Dawson Counties will not open until Nov. 4. Heavy pressure from sportsmen and land- owners ullke, caused the ,Fish and Game Department to shorten the deer hunting season here. Now that the season has been shortened we'll see if cooperation between the two parties gets any better. It's my opinion that the situation will not get any better. More "no hunting" signs have been sold in Sidney than ever before and It is reported that some landowners are charging people tol hunt. The shortening of the season may put extra hunting pressure on other areas of the State and thus cause a game management problem here. The impact will not he seen, however, for at least two years. Football season is drawing to a close as teams enter their last two weeks of play. Sidney will host Plentywood for "Dad's Night" Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Fairvlew plays Breadns t(might in Fairviow at 7:30 p.m. Virg Bcehler won the Herald prediction con- test this week with three wrong. I also had three ' wrong but he beat me on the tie breaker. Russ Wells had five wrong. This week Virg has picked Sidney over Plentywood; Fairvtew over Broadns; Alexander over Trenton; N. D. State over North Dakota; Montana State over Montana; Chicago over NOW England; Washington over St. Louk; Miami over Buffalo; Los Angeles over Green Bay; Kansas City over Cincinnati; Detroit over Baltimore; Dallas over N. Y. Giants; tie breaker Minnesota 27 -- Philadelphia 10. I have picked Sidney over Pientywoud; Fairview over Broadus; Alexander over Trenton; N. D. State over North Dakota; Montana State over Montana; New England over Chicago; Washington over St. Louis; Miami over Buffalo; Los Angeles over Green Bay; Cincinnati over Kansas City; Detroit ever Baltimore; Dallas over N. Y. Giants; tie breas" Minnesota 28 -- Philadelphia 10. Russ picked Plentywoud over Sidney; Fair. view ever Broadus; Alexander over Trenton; N. D., State over North Dakota; Montana over Montana State; Chicago over New England; Washington over St. Louis; Miami over Buffalo; Los Angeles over Green Bay; Kansas City over Cincinnati; Detroit over Baltimore; Dallas over N. Y. Giants; tie breaker Minnesota 33 -- Philadelphia 10. DINNER irview routs Jordan