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 - Happenings at Havre High School Bv MONICA...
Happenings at Havre High School Bv MONICA GARRAHAN Grappiers, cagers, debaters and orators, and girls and guys alike were all busy doing their tiling this week at HHS, and the returns and forecasts confirm Ilial Havre High is swinging with all sorts of aclivilies. 'Special congratulations go to the Blue Pony grapplers who really showed their sluffby winning three matches In the triangular duel meet held in Bozeman. Friday afternoon the grapplers defeated the Bozeman Hawks 29-19, while they finished off the evening by downing the Livingston Rangers 22-20. Saturday afternoon the Ponies won the third match against the Billings Central Rams 2715. The unvre wrestlers who pinned their Bozeman opponents were Terry Ceynar, Gary Richardson and Mark Kuhr. Pinning the Livingston man was HHS wrestler Don Dusek while Geldard, Johnson, Ceynar and Kuhr all decisioned their opponents. In the last match the Ponies had [ w o pins by Ceynar and John Powers and decisions by Geldard, Johnson, Hamblock, Richardson and Dasek. Senior 123-pounder Terry Ceynar was named wrestler of the week by the wrestling coaches at Havre High. WithCeynar's fine efforts, the HHS grapplers now have a 10-0 season record. Terry is a Northern Divisional defending champion all three matches at with two pins and a and while matmen on their matches, In the hoop scene this past weekend, the Ponies suffered two losses to CMR and the Fergus Eagles. In Great Falls Friday the cagers suffered compote for honors In areas o) debate, extemporaneous, original oratory, expository and many others. Good luck goes t< them, and bring back some trophies! The returns for the proposec student study hall monitor systems were tabulated last week. their first loss by a score of GC-49. They equaled CMU's field goals ••»"• ••"> "•;<:*. but the free throw line for Havre 9nd tne proposed plan was re- was the Achilles' heel of the- J ecled b y ">e students, Howev- game. er, the students feel that perhaps High scores In the Havre team fne proposal can and should be went to Grodahl, Kuka and Ktes- llng wifh 12, 10 and 9 points respectively. nexl brought up again early fall. The HHS Pep Club is busj The game against Fergus was Planning a W.P. affair (Womar one of the most exciting and Pavs All) for the weekend o! tense with a constant battle for Jan ' 23 > On Jan. 23, there will be a dance held at the Central TAG social hall from 9-12, the control between both teams on the court. The Ponies had their best quarter in the third when admission being $1 per persor they slipped past the Eagles to or $1.50 per couple. end the quarter with the score Tlle mode of 'he dance will be 55-54, Havre leading. centered around the prohibitioi However, the Ponies fell be- era during the 20's wltr hind in the last quarter of play gambling, dining and dancing and never were able to make up furnished. Also on the agenda the loss. WU be a snow sculpture contest High scorers for Havre Sat- wittl all ltle classes molding a urday night were Conroy, Kelly, sculpture suitable for winning Kiesling, Ktemele and Kuka. tne ^sl snow sculpture to be Named as outstanding players presented. The theme through- over the weekend were junior o" 1 tte we ek will be "Spirit." Kevin Conroy and sophomore In choir, there has been a Pat Kelly. proposal made lo spread re- Also last weekend, the HHS "West boxes throughoutthedown- Colts split town stores and at the high This coming weekend the Pony matmen will take on the Libby Loggers Friday in Libby andthe Columbia Falls Wildcats In Columbia Falls on Saturday. The Havre JV wresflingsquad split two matches this weekend by losing 24-20 to the Great Falls Public Bison here last Friday, and then winning their second match by defeating the Big Sandy Pioneers varsity 3713 in Big Sandy. This weekend the JVs will be on the road x^viu oj/iit uicji iwv gallics --••— ~ _ against CMR and Fergus. The sch °°l, with the idea that all Colls beat the CMR JVs 51-36 wno would like to hear a special but Saturday night they were son S sung by the Havre High defeated by Ihe Lewistown JVs Choir would send in sugges- 46-39. In the Friday game, top lions and requests, scorers were Bronson 11, Ko- T he boxes will be at most nopatzke 8, Bandy 7 andFannlng dru e an(1 grocery stores during 6, Although the Colts lost the fne nexl 'wo weeks, second game, top scorers were U P ar(1 coming on the social Bronson 12, Clark SandKono- calendar for the school is the palzke and Anez 4. Montana State Junior Miss Pageant, wrestling and basketball Havre High's debaters and divisionals and stale meets and, speech contestants will travel last but not least, Groundhog to Missoula this weekend tc Day. team had Us first loss this season to a Great Falls junior varsity team by a score of 34-18. This weekend the matmen will travel to Stanford to take on the Wolves, and good luck goes to all the Havre High's big Blue LUDEFISK DINNER SATURDAY JAN. 24th SPONSORED BY- Firsf Lutheran Brotherhood

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  1. The Havre Daily News,
  2. 16 Jan 1970, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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