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raised Mississippi families for clinical will o r k e r for active field l y one this chaige newly assisting troop Marble Champions At Deaconess School Are Named Only t w o sectional marble tournaments in the Helena Y M C city-wide classic remain to be played, Floyd B. Rathman, secre- taiy of the "Y"- reported last night after champions at the Deaconess school had been determined. determined. The t w o remaining tournaments, at the Kenwood and Mary's schools, may be run off today. Secretary Rathman said finals of the tournament may be held tho high ^chool Saturday. Winners at the Deaconess s c h o o l t o u r n a m e w e r e First First giade--Robin Robertson, S, Taconia, Wash. Second grade---Woody West, IS South Beattie Third grade--George Drew, 9, Columbus. Fourth grr.de--Lester Envin, 9, Whitefish. Fifth grade--Fred Nelson, 10, Helena. Sixth grade--Mehin Baker, Havre. Seventh grade--Dean K e i t 13. Helena Eighth grade--Archie Stewart, 14. Great Falls Champions at the Broadwater school tournament held Tuesday were: First grade--Richard Seibert, 7, of 510 Rollins Second grade--Danny Clonmg- er. 7, of 1209 Wilder. Third grade--Larry Anderson, 9, of 1717 Harrison. Fourth grade--Winfred Songer, 11, of 1138 Leslie.