George F and Don King
40 Exp:::d Out for Opening Grid Session at DIITC Prospects appeared good for A fair alied football squad at Black Hill Teacher college thla tall a Coaoh Oliver M. Olson called the opening practice aeseion for I:tt p. m. Sept. I. Issuing of eqalp-ment eqalp-ment eqalp-ment and a short drill will Inaug urate tbe first competitive grid season at the college alnca 141. So far there have baca It can didates registered for football with several others ready to sign up. At least 40 are expected oat for opening practice, Olson said. Th season's first gam will ha Sept. 21 bere against Scottsbluff, Neb., Junior college. Th squad thla year will b composed mainly of war veterans. Of tbe St now registered, tt are veterans and the other three thla year' high school gradual. Th four others expected to register are also 1944 high school graduates. graduates. Twenty-two Twenty-two Twenty-two of tbe candidate are former atudenta or bar been In school at the college this summer. summer. They are Glen Burgee, Robert Kohn, Alvln Yanxlck, James Bowen, Ken Palmer, Max Brown, John Garhart, Tead Weaver, Chester Worth, Bert Stump, Jamea Hazledlne, Fred Reausaw and Alfred Larson of Spearflah: Don King and George King of WhKewood; Lee Albert of Nisland; Don Rounds and F. Symonds of Sundance; Don Wle- Wle- land of Scotland; Levi Ironbawk of Cheyenne Agency; Jamea Doyle of Pierre; and Edward Lodge ot Sturgls. Other candidates registered Include Robert Cole, Mike Fish, Leo Russell and Ralph McLaughlin McLaughlin of Spearflah; Virgil Britton. Charles Knutson, Frank Mullan-ey. Mullan-ey. Mullan-ey. Don Murray and Robert Pan-ero Pan-ero Pan-ero ot Lead; Charles Ckjfton of Deadwood; Jamea Payne and John Schmidt of Nleland; Leo Grannon and Harry Slater of Rapid Rapid City; Don Bjorum of Scotland; Arn Mollendorf of Central CItx; and Vern Parr of Dallas.