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Six From f HS To Assist At Morland Sports Day Mias Ruth Sevy, associate pro fessor of physical education At Fort Hays State College, and five Women's physical education students from FHS will assist with a girls' volleyball clinic and sports day at Morland High- School Saturday, Miss Sevy Is chairman of the Western Kansas Rating Board, an affiliate of the women's national rating board, and will conduct national tests In officiating girls' volleyball at the clinic. Assisting her with the testing will be Hilnm Shuss, Lyons, and Harriet Henry, Lamed. The five PHS students attending will be Elsie Hildebrand, Hill City senior; Arlene Estes, Kano- rado sophomore;, Beverly. Winder, Walclo sophomore; Marilyn Boeso, Larned freshman, and Sheila Tny- lor, Oreensburg junior. Monica Summers, a Fbrt Hays fJtat'e graduate now teaching at Borland, Is chairman of the volleyball activities for the day. WOKKADA* ARCHEOLOGY Gtohimbus, Ohio, Feb. 8— (JP)— You don't have to be an archeolo- glst to uncover ruins from the past, city officials are learning. Workmen digging for a new steam line near Columbus' civic center have run across railroad tracks, concrete machinery foundations, and street pavement eight feet below th«rprfsent-street level plus pipeline and some grindstones. Subscribe to the HAYS Daily News.