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displayed the Dsh University $18,156 for the fiscal year ending ending June 30, 1971. He turned down one federal job paying nearly twice as much. Dunkle is protected by law from shifting attitudes and the politics of administrative changes. changes. He can only be fired "for neglect of duty, incqmpetencyor other cause . . . " And men only after a full hearing of the verified verified charges. It means he can be a little more open and honest than might otherwise be the case. It also means he must answer daily to the public--a public that purchased 127,000 deer tags, elk permits and 200,000 P.E. Classes End Tourney The Flathead High School physical education \vrestling tournament was conducted last week under the supervision of FHS coaches Curt Thompson and Dan Paschke. Winners and placers are as follows: 98-1, Andy Weaver; 2, Gary Greig; 3, Niles Granrud. 107-1, Jack Motichka; 2, John Flemming; Flemming; 3, Steve Sharron. 115-1, Steve Haegele; 2, Doug Bibb; 3, and licenses last year. His bosses are the five mem- the Fish and Game Com- in its mission. They setpolicy. FHS Frosh for allow- Matnipn Win school athlete to sit iÂ«Â«Â«Â«"Cii " in the last The Flathead High School 43-15 wrestling wrestling victory from the \Vhitefish Big fr OS h Friday afternoon in the Kalispell Junior High gym. Dick Rossow is the FHS frosh coach, for FIathead were no Hanklnson, Brubaker, Blake, reported C r o n e , Hunter, Thramer, Deist; 2, Steve Fotuzak; 3, Howie Littlefield. 130-1, Harold Mower; 2, John Landon; 3, Brad WaltersWrchen. 137-1. Mike Albertus; 2, Ken Louden; 3, Tom St Peter. U5-1, Jeff Todd; 2, Jeff Dyer; 3, John Stahlberg. 155-1, Scott GrosswIIerj 2, Arley Sorenson; 3, Mark Lalum. 165-1, Larry Olson; 2, Roland Wilson; 3, Dan Fisher. 175-1, Bob Sloan; 2, Duane Nelson; 3, David Buckal- Iwe. 185-1, Greg Bothun; 2, Mike Handford; 3, Steve Malkuck, IIcavywc!ght-l, Dan Richmond; 2, Bob Welch; 3, Hal Reading. Team results: 1, Period One, a mat- Moore, and Lybcck. Winning for 76; 2, Period Six, 74; to Whitefish were Pake, Johnson, Four, 67; 4, Period Five, 63; 5, Period Two, 61.