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lB.Ibe Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed.; Oct. 17,1973 High school gets exercise machin An exercise nulchine, tYt has 15 stations and 15 persons A special adult recreation will also be used by Junior and Haugen aid. "The medical 0 - 750 pounds on the leg high let posture pulls; low hack hand gripper. can benefit everyone in the can use it at the same time. program ls being startad at the senior high school students, profession nationwide has ezerclse; 0-150 on curls; 0 - 250 lifts; chinning; dipping; hip "Thaunique Sidney area, has been put- Purchased for use at the high school for anyone in- Haugensaid that all physical voiced their support of the pounds on the military press flex; abdominal sit up; thigh exercise machine chased by the Sidney High schools, the machine will also terested in using the exercise education classes will use the machine for body building, and 0 - 150 on leg raises, and knee lifts; back entire physical School athletic department, be available to adults in the machine or playing hasket machine during the year and it exorcise and rehabilitation of Exercises for grip, wrist hyperextenslon plus swim- can use the according to athletic director area for rehabilitation of in- volleyball, badminton, ping wi]lbe used by allsports teams injuries," the atidetic director building and neck muscle mer's kick and power stroke period. That James Haugen. juries or muscle building, pang or other athletic events, including basketball, girl's added, building are also part of the position; rowing; wrist possible with The complicated machine Haugen said. The new exercise machfle basketball, track, football, Purchased at a cost of ;2,450, machine's uses. developer; neck developer and weights," cross country, golf, wrestling the machine ls completely safe. Hangen said the multiple and gymnastics. It will be used Weights are self - contained in station gym exerciser can also thlsnummfortbenmzzLng tbemaddneandtheycanaotbe be used to tone musdes and team and in the summer dropp. D weights is provides excellent exercise for recreation program, often the cause of a majority of overweight persons. "The machine can be used by injuries. Different stations on the anyone -- even if they don't The weights rae from 0 - machine include leg pre; have a muJe in their body," 270 pounds on the bench prea; chest l'e=; dxddi.- press; Kevin Woad does chest presses during a lyMca] education class at the high school. 'I'uc  erson, right, and Allan Ln__seth e the  and grip exerciscr11 on the new gym q machine he lsnsing was recently purchased by the h/gh school. machine at the high sehool, le machine has 15 star/ass. LET'S GO HUNTING FREE 8xi 0 PICTURE OF Y()UR BIG GAME Compliments of Sidney COAST-TO-COAST. Just bring your big game to the Sidney Herald and have the picture taken. Your FREE 8x10 picture will be ready for pick-up at Sidney COAST-TO-COAST in a few days. Wehard Resl of Sidney is pictured with a huge Imek utelope he adot in l?fland o1= the openJng day of season, l"ae antelope's harm mmumred 14 Me. Adult recreation planned An adult recreation program ls being planned at Sidnsy High School on Thursday nlgbts Nov. 1. Athletic director at the school James Haugen said the pron  being mrted to help finance a I.450 exercise machine that was purchased recfly at the school Adults can buy a men- bership into the recreation program and will be able to use facilities at the school for basketball, badminton, volleyball, trampoline, and indoor Jomug. The school's whirlpool will be available for use plus the new exercise machine. Shower faciUties will also be available. Hangen said the recrention program is something new at h/gh schools in Montana and noted that train a-,c.to, will be at the sohool on Thur- sdny evenings to bell) adults with sports and weight lifting techniques. "Because facilRies at the school aren't used on Thursday N_ghts, school officials felt it was time to start an adult recreation program. Thur- eday'a are reserved for youth church activities," Haugen stated. Memberships in the program will sell for $I0 per year per .T.,; .;,;-; ".'.: """  :. .'," .'.'.:.:.:.'..t.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.:.'.'.'.'.','.'-'.;-;.;:;.;:;.;-;. ...  ....; .....  ,....:''"."-T.O':::::,::: .:::.':::........v...-...v........-.........,.. ............. . Bowl" li YELLOWSTONE LEAGUE M & M Grain Co, lS 9 Plzzl House 14 10 Sidney Bowling Center 14 10 Rlchland National Bank 13 11 Sidney Natlonel Bank 12 12 Ranger Lounge 11 13 Elks Ladles 10 14 Montgomery Ward 7 17 High Team Series: Ranger Lounge, 21126; Sidney Bowling Center, 2823; Elks Ladies, 2735. High Team Game: Sidney Bowling Center, 993; Richland National Bank, 959; Ranger Lounge, 956. High Ind. Serles: Florence Peterlon, 49/I; Marne Brown, 4S5; Jill Matthews, 484, High ind. Game: Florence Peterson, 195; 6eba Oorr, 1117; Merrm Brown, 1110. GENDRON DRILLERS HOUseate 19 5 Coffee Belles  14 I0 Friday's Gels 14 I0 Unpredictables 13 11 Rustics 11 13 Tarettes 11 13 Hustlers 7 17 Almers 7 17 High Team 5arias: Un- predictables, 2252; Housecets, 2042; Coffee Belles, 2018. High Team Game: Un. predlctables, 820 and 7211; Houeacets, 718. High Incl. Series: Cerrol Whiting, 488; Barbara Bast, 4S2; Louise Mullln, 446. High ind. Game: Barbara Bast, 1119; Lane Davidson, 187; Donna Swanson, 175. RICHLAND MEN'S Don's Standard 11 9 Dunn Inn 10 6 Farmer's Union 10 10 AI'I Repair 10 6 AI's Conoco 9 11 Mon.Kota Wagon 7 9 Sidney Livestock 7 6 Westllfll 4 12 High Team Series: Farmers Union, 2942; Don's Standard, 21103; Dunn Inn, 2796. High Team Game: Farmers Union, 1006; Farmers Union, 991; Oon's Standard, 9tl0. High Ind. Series: Ree Foster, 548; Joe Irigoln, 544; Dale Mullln, SO@. High Ind. Game: Joe Irigoln and Judean Sundhelm, 193; Rim Foster, 1117; Tom Scheetz, 1116. MINT CAPE COFFEE LaAGUE Sanka 13.5 6.S Folgers 12.S 7.5 Edwards 11.S 11.S Nashes 11 9 Butter Nut 9.5 10.5 Hills Eros 9 11 Chase & Sardorn 9 11 M,J.B. 4 16 High Team Series: Sanka, 2190; M.J.B., 2170; Butter Nut, 2112. High Team Game: Sanka, 753; Hills Eros, 8311; Chase & Sanborn, 765. High ind. Series: Helen Mason, S33; LII EIletson, 476; Birdie Sorrelis, 445. High Ind. Game: Pat LaFever, llL; Helen M. and LII E., 1111; Helen Mason, 177. RANGERLOUNGa MIXED Lo Bails 14 6 I mposllbles 13 7 HI Balls 12 11 Misfits LOSt Causer 11.5 11.5 Whatchacallerns 6.5 13.11 Get Hots Alley Cats 4 16 High Team Series: Misfits, 2216; LO Bells, 2247; ImpOslbles, 2266. High Teem Game: Misfits, 821; LO Balls, 7811; HI Balls and Lost CauSes, 770. High Ind. Series - Men: Ron Carter, 521; Paul Trudell, 514; Arnold Huather, 499. High Ind. Game: Ran Certor, 204; Paul Trudell, 200; Arnold Huether, IlM. High lad, Serles . Gala: LIt Elletson, 412; Helen Aleon, 449; Terry Thomas, 461. High Ind. Game: LII Elletson, 179; Terry Thomas, 115; Sharon Lapka, 17$. LALONDa MIXED Ten Pins 14 6 Cherry Pickers 12 S Spares 11 9 Strikes 11 9 Gutterbalis 10 10 Headpins 11 12 Blows $ 12 Splits 6 14 Rlchhlnd National Bank 102 168 High Serles: {:)el Neslr, 551; AI Black, 532; Bill Stelnbeisser, 529. High Game: Dick Nelson, 224; Dal NesIH', 214; Bob Peterlon, 213. MERCHANT LEAGUE Gene 0% lS 9 Bowling Center 12 11 Ranger Bar 14 10 Star Bar 14 10 Meadowgold Dairy 13 I1 VFW 12 12 Sonny's Country Shop 7 13 Herb's Enco 5 19 High Series: Terry Verhaeselt, 542; Del Nesper, $42; Gene Kruger, 10. High Game: Del Nesper, 209; Paul Borg, 202; AI Meschere and Verhasselt, 200. CIVIC LEAGUE PIZZI House NO. 2 172 98 " Idney Puvey 162 1011 Dutch Mill 153 117 Moose No. 2 149 121 ColllnS Mercantile 148 122 Junso's Gambles 134 136 BI.State Co-op No. 2 120 !.40 D & E Cycle 42 228 High Series: John Borg, 537; Ron Carter, 540; Gary Wagner, 531. High Game: Ro McCulloch, 220; John Borg, 209; Ron Carter, 201. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Qullllngs 209 106 Credit Union 206 109 Thogersen Motors 176 139 Elks No.S 160 155 UBC 156 159 Reynolds 141 174 Trigle A imp. 112 203 Holly Sugar 105 210 High Incl. Series: Gary Miller, 572; Gary Torgerson, 548; RIND Foster, 565. High ind. Game: Erwin Dobson, 222; AI Black, 202; Gary Miller, 201 - 201; Wiliest Lorenz, 201. BOWLING RICHLAND WOMENS Credit Union 111 6 Sidney Livestock 17 7 Russell's Market 13 11 Reynold's 12 12 McDorld's 12 12 Pepsi Cola 11 16 Falrvlew Bank 9 11 Hack's Chevron 3 17 High Ind. Series: Florence Paterson, S73; Pat Hartts, S/0; Ruth F I1zllmmonl, 43. High ind. Game: Florence Paterson, 235; Ruth Fltzslmmons, 223; Pat Herfle, 214. QUADS LEAGUE Meadow Larks 17 7 Alerts 17 7 Roblnettes 14 10 Early Birds 10 14 Perk- Ups 9 15 Peacocks S 19 High Teem Slrlll: Pat Hartle, 511; Luells Buxboum, 462; Ragrm Lee and Vlckl Berry, 453. High Incl. Game: Pat Hartle, 188; Lenora Gendron, 179; Ragna Lee, 177. GROVES. KELCO MIXED R ockless Ones 17 3 Read Runners 14 Jolly O's 11 9 , Night Owls 10 10 Spare Tires 9 11 Four Roses 7 13 Mama's and Papa's 6 14 Fearsome Foursome 6 14 High Team Series: Road Run- ners, 226; Night Owls and Reckless Ones, 22311; Jollyos, 2176. High Team Game: Reckless ,Ones, 832; Road Runners, 824; Mama's and Papa's, 785. High Series. Men: Kelly Sanders, $23; Bill Vallejo, 514; Harvey Sch. mldt, S12. High Game. Men: BOb Goss, 217; Kelly Sanders, 206; Harry Jansen and Larry Rlggt, 1119. High Series- Women: Pat Hertle, $06; Mary Carter, 496; Marcle Goss, 451. High Game - Women: Mary Carter, llk6and lS2; Pat Hattie, 1111. GROVES - KELCO MIXED Reckless Ones ..... 19 S Read Runners 17 7 Spare Tires 13 11 Jolly 13 11 person. A one . year mere- bership for a couple win be P.5. A three year membership will be  per person and a couple membership for three ycars will be $35. Recreation will run from 7 to 10 p.m. on Thursdays. Women can tree the aLUties from 7 - 8.30 p.m. and the men can use the gym from 8:30 - 10 p.m. Haugen said a minimum of 50 adults will be needed to make the program wok and stressed that ne tax money will be used. "Athletic department per- sonnel have always been grateful in the past for tremendous financial hacking and fan interest. For this reason, the instructors will donate their Thursday evenings to belFout with the program," Haugen said. All coaches and assistants attended a demonstration clinic of the exercise machine when it was purchased. l)av/d Anderson works om on the beck Slit station of the new multiple station g purchased by the WESTERN JACKETS for DADS' and SONS' Fancy Plaid Jacket -aaper cem  Woul,  Ix cent Linen, 10 per cent Nylon -- 100  cent Nylon Quilted Lin -- 100 per cent Polypropyls Fill -- Leather Covered Buttons -- 2 Warming Pockets plus 2 Deep Patch Pockets -- Sport Collar to be Worn Open or Closed Men's *26" Boys' S219s Fur Collar Jacket -- Completely Washable -- 100 per cent Nylon Quilted SheU and Qufltg -- 10 ounce 100 per cent Polyester Filled -- Snap Shrm Flap Over Front Zipper -- Western Back Yoke -- BI-Swiug Back with Accordion Stretch Waist Men's $34" Boys' S279s Quilted Jacket -- Cmnpletely Washable -- 100 per cent Nylou Diamond sbe and t -- I0 ounce 100 per cent Polyester Filled -- Polyester Filled Pocket Flaps -- Two 7-1nch Side Vent zippers Boys' $20" Men's s25" Quilted Western -- 100 per cent Nyhm Shell and Lining -- 100 per cent Polyester Filled Body -- Completely Washable -- Snap Down Western Flap Patch Pocket -- 2 Point Front and Back Yokes -- Sport Collar to be worn open or clcsed Men's s29" High Ind. Series: Gene PlJN(I, NightOwis 13 11 476; John NaN, 473; Bill Vallelo, Four ROSes 11 16 467. Mama's and PalNVS 717 Richlan Sidney's Most Complete Highlnd..me:SllIVallelo. tS, Fearsome Foursome 6111 Gene Pepkl Incl John Nals, 176; High Series: Spare Tires, 2306; Don Mann, 175. Night Owls, 229S; Fearsome High Ind. Serles: Pat Hertle, 520; Spoffing Goods .Department =.v.,.,o.., c.,o, w.,on., Foursome, 2206.High Game: Spare Tires and Saddle High Ind. Game: Pat Hattie, 189 Night Owls, 71Mr Night OwlS, 782; and 181; Doris Vallelo, 175. Spare Tires, 77S. High Series - Men: Hirry Jansen, T| |I|TSTilII|$i .__.u..,,.c.o...,.o=,... I I sidney Lanes 153 72 High Game - Men: Harry Jansen, MIdtlnd Lumber Co. 139 16 224; Ron Carter, 201; Ed Joslln, 199. Sidney National Bank 140 130 High series. Women: Pat Hattie, ActlonAuto 130 140 $62; Harriet Dobson, 464; Doris Sldmw Plumblng 126 t4,i ValleJo; 450. dR , Sidney East Main ...2, IIII II II I I III1|1111 IIIII I I III IIII I/ II II I I I I II I1 PIIZaHouse 125 145 High Game-Women: Pat Hertle,  Sldnly Eloctrlc 120 150 216 arld I&S; Doris Vlllelo, 177.