Casper Star-Tribune from Casper, Wyoming on August 1, 1981 · 7
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Casper Star-Tribune from Casper, Wyoming · 7

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Saturday, August 1, 1981
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j "niffiMIJ"ilW'a:flt),''i'"i hj- ii i yiiriHI''1fW'S"W's1flWr -'t ' 'n i jf - i' ;- j 7if Urirti " V jrlirjr fi 'l""iiiiif-,-if-T,"ffffj!,i'f (ishsjsjiriiiiiiiiii' w r'l 'tirr "ty f 3 i "Hi i u i j i " i , .: ! i WWlfr'tiii pftitifa 1 ' wfBi1BpaaiiBipillMtiMiiirtM ii,i.-&i..'a.,z:.J6.-ViU,-r'!.!t!.7r.. LeDoux wins unanimous decision Gillette pro fight card disappoints boxing fans ByDREWPERINE Of The Star-Tribune Staff GILLETTE - It Is debatable who was robbed worse Thursday night at the Campbell County Fair Grounds - promoter Mike Lar or the fight fans. Approximately 300 people paid $10-to-$20 to see what masqueraded as a five-bout professional card. The level of competition was decidedly poor. Three of the bouts ended In first-round knockouts. Another was called In the third round on a technical knockout although the Judges felt otherwise. And the featured fight between Scott LeDoux and an unknown pudgy Indian named Arnold Sam from Carson City, Nev., was little more than a sparring match for LeDoux. "Those were some of the sorriest fights I've ever seen," said fight fan Tom Flnnerty, who punctuated his sentence with a splat of tobacco Juice. "I've seen better action down at the Sands Bar." Lar claims he was robbed ot $2,000 after the fights when he left a pouch containing cash unattended. THE FIRST FIGHT was a ridiculous mismatch. Whatever skills Jimmy Carter of Seattle may have possessed, they were negated by the size of his opponent, Young Rocky Sekorskl of Minnesota, who outweighed him by SO pounds. Sekorskl, now 5-0, (all knockouts) was cbached by LeDoux and appeared to be a decent fighter In spite of his size advantage. Two good rights sent Carter to the mat twice In the first minute and a halt. The third trip to the ground ended the fight. A junior-middleweight bout between Victor Deloney and Eddie Mehdoza wasn't much different. Deloney was easily the most stylish fighter of the night, possessing quick hands and feet. Before he even drew a sweat, a flurry of punches put Mendoza on his back. The following fight pitted two swlng-from-the-heels specialists - Junior middlewelghts O Co I '4 l ) ft Saturday, Aug. 1,1981 Star-Tribune, Casper, Wyo.-A7 Cleveland prepares for All-Stars By WILLIAM SILB ERG 10 days, and that has the Greater Cleveland Convention and Visitors Bureau scrambling. t CLEVELAND (UPI) - Clevelanders probably can be "I'm not bitter but disappointed that we didn't have the forgiven If they are not quite as gung-ho the second time opportunity to really showcase our city for an entire week down the All-Star road. " leading up to the aame," said Dale-Flnlev. bureau Toying Bill Robinson and Brian Jones. Robinson had won previous match between the two, and might have won Thursday night had referee Tom Torres, a 21-year-old former amateur boxer, not hastily called a technical knockout In the third round. Sandwiched In between that bout and the final event which welterweight Charles LaCour won with a first-round knockout of Rod George was the heavyweight bout, featuring LeDoux. His opponent was a late, late entry after the lnltal foe, Harvey Stelchen, withdrew because of a virus and his replacement, Steve Young, refused to show because he felt the pay wasn't good enough. SAM WENT THE DISTANCE, but LeDoux easily outdistanced him on every Judge's card In a unanimous 10-round decision. Nevertheless, LeDoux gave him credit. "I've got to hand It to that guy," LeDoux said. "He had a hard head. I hit him with a lot of punches that would have floored most guys." Star-TribuneDrew Pertne Scott LeDoux lays against the ropes as Arnold Sam of Carson City moves in. LeDoux was never in trouble, winning a unanimous 10-round decision. After the first two rounds, it was obvious LeDoux was toying with his opponent. It was the second fight for LeDoux since being laid up after an automobile accident, which broke some vertabrae In his back. After sizing up Sam, he and his manager decided they would let it go the distance. "I'd like to think we could have taken htm out anytime we wanted," LeDoux said, "but4 1 thought It would have been kind of silly after flying all the way out here. It was obvious that he wasn't going to be throwing any punches so we decided it would be a good workout." Fighting a man like Sam after facing But the city tried Its best Friday to shrug off the disappointment of the strike-postponed All-Star Game and hastily began preparing for the rescheduled midsummer classic Aug. 9. Although city and convention bureau officials and fans generally were relieved that the game finally will be played, most conceded the reset contest won't be quite the bang-up affair originally planned. Taking out some the sting, however, Is the fact that Aug. 8-9 probably will be the biggest sports weekend the city has ever seen, with the All-Star Game following an exhibition football game and a major boxing match. The Cleveland Browns will meet their archrlvals, the Pittsburgh Steelers, on Saturday night, to be followed Sunday afternoon by former lightweight and welterweight champion Roberto Duran's comeback bid In a Junior middleweight bout against Nino Gonzalez. Capping the weekend will be the Sunday night All-Star Game. "For the weekend of Aug. 9, Cleveland will be the sports capital of the world," said an optimistic Mayor George V. Volnovlch. "I think we can anticipate tremendous interest in all three of those events and we're going to do our best to make this a memorable weekend for all concerned." The weeks of planning that led up to the July 14 All-Star Game that never came off will have to be compressed Into president. "I feel a little bit shortchanged, but not totally. We've got the All-Star game. We can handle it. I'd say that , Cleveland Is a team town that can work together and pull '. this off." The rescheduled game probably won't be the same kind ' of financial bonanza local businessmen had hoped for earlier, Flnley said. The Greater Cleveland Growth Association had ' estimated $5 million to $8.5 million In overall revenue : would be brought Into the metropolitan area by the game -originally set for July 14. ' Now, estimates are running on the low end of that ! original projection at best, and are likely to be less, Flnley J said. ' An All-Star record crowd In excess of 78,000 had been expected, and the city had scheduled numerous events to capitalize on the large numbers of spectators and the ' national media coverage. Many of those events went ahead even after the game was postponed, and convention officials are hoping to organize some additional activities to again welcome the ; game to town. Crowds for the rescheduled game likely will be well less ' than originally expected, although no one can tell for sure ' yet. Jury stiil deliberating Raider case LOS ANGELES (UPI) - A federal court jury of seven women and three men, none of whom are fans of pro football, labored through deliberations Friday in a critical test between the Oakland Raiders and the National Football League. It was not a sports Issue but a civil action testing the limits of the Sherman Antitrust Act. The decision of the Jury , In any case, was expected to be appealed. - The test was to determine if the Raiders could move powerhouse boxers like Ken Norton and Larry t south and occupy the stadium left vacant 6y the Los Holmes Is a humbling experience for LeDoux, but he's trying to keep his (bin up and out of . trouble. M 1 "I told my manager tonight, 'Where's my llmo? 1 always have a llmo alter a fight," said LeDoux, laughing plghtlly. tThIs Is definitely a step down fromjwjhat I'm used to, but I'm prepared to pay my dues again?' Angeles Rams who moved to Anaheim In Orange County. Territorial areas of franchise were not involved In the suit. The major question was whether a rule in the NFL Constitution which requires three-fourths of the 28 teams In the league to approve the movement from its home territory of any individual team was In violation of antitrust laws. There were two other Issues the Jury was asked to' decide. Hedeman rides "tuff at National Finals By The Star-Tribune Staff CASPER - Impressive performances In the saddle bronc and breakaway competition have vaulted two newcomers Into the running tor Ail-Around titles at the National High School Finals Rodeo. Tuff Hedeman, who along with Casey Lambert of Redoslo Downs, NM led the team roping after Thursday morning's performance, scored a 71 In saddle bronc Friday morning to take the lead after three performances in the second go-round. 00 He heads the boys' all-around candidates going Into Saturday. Kay, a cowgirl from Tucson, AZ, scored a 3.928 in breakaway, which is good for second place currently. A 14-year-old high school freshman, Rose Jacobs of Gate, OK, leads the girls' cow cutting with HI points. And Casper bull rider Mike McCleary broke into the top fve Friday morning with a 73 ride. Texas cowboy Brad Ralney from Rock Wall vaulted Into the top calf roping spot with a 9.704 time. Robb Lewis of Casper sits second with his Thursday time of 11.937. Final second go-round performances an scheduled tor 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday with the finals Sunday afternoon at the Wyoming State Fairgrounds. NHSFR AFTER FRIDAY MORNING (Third performance ot the second go-round) TEAM SCORES (At the end of the first go-round) Nevada; Oklahoma; Nw Mexico; Texas; Arizona; Utah; Colorado; Wyoming; Florida; Washington; Louisiana; Oregon; Indiana'; Nebraska; Montana. BoysEvents BULL RIDING Lane Frost, Lane, Oklahoma 75; Tiger Barker, Bay City, TX 74; Mike McCleary, Casper, WY 73; Bobby Quinn, Mlddlngton, KS 70; David Wlnlngi, Roachdale, Ind.M. BAREBACK Thomas Griffiths, Avula, IN 70; Rod Bevans, Cardston, Alt. 66; Shawn Matter, Pierre, SD 68; Marty Byrd, Roff, OK 65; Victor Deck, Roberttdale, Ala.63.ID63. .SADDLE BRONC Tuff Hedeman, Redoslo Owns, NM 71; Gary Maher, Menoken, ND 68; Brent McFaddm, Venlta, OK 67; Kail Mantle, Pavilion, WY 68; Ty Cowan, Hlghmore.SDSS. STEER WRESTLING Ty Morrow, Bush, Colo. 3.718; Spunk Bauer, LaCouchee, Fla. 4:015; Ronald Let, Rev a, SD, 4.81; John Johnson, Clinton, IN 4.388; David Oamblln, Wheatland, WY 4.475. CALF ROPING Brad Ralney, Rock Watt, TX (.704; Robb Lewis, Casper, WY, 11.807; Terry Poetraeh, Nowata, OK 11.306; J.C. Hooey, La Junta, CO, 14.688; Edward Holyan, Crown Point, NM, 18.788. TEAM ROPING Wesley Parsons, Edmund, OK and John Hamilton, Vlan, OK 7.583; Sandle Gregory, Tremonton, UT and Steven Rtchlni, Riverside, UT 7 .883; Tuff Hedeman and Casey Lambert, Redoslo Downs, NM 8.199; Casey Volgt, Zap, ND and Scott Selland, Bismarck, ND 9.120; Jeff Frizzell, Tuscon, AR and Larae Klgglna, Peoria, AR 11.839. CUTTING it Mike Reuly, Reful, TX 1:43.156; Wendall Men-denhall, Alpine, UT t4; Kirk Osborne, Guthrie, OK 143.5; Charles Bishop, Sillnas, CA 141; Lorln Ashley, Ada, OK 140.5. . ' -v i Girls Events t i GIRLS CUTTING v Rose Jacobs, Gate, OK 141.00; Stacey Mudd, Cameron, LA 140.5; Lfcrl KernyMayetta, KS 138; Martha Browder, New Waverly, TX 139; Brandee Beel, Valentine, NE 138. BREAKAWAY Sissy Williams, Lockeniberg, AZ 3.692; Kelly Kay, Tuscon, AZ 3.828; Karen Hamilton, Jacksonville, TX 4.087; Tlsh Hler, Elizabeth, CO 4.251; Trade Hedrlcki, Lowell, IN 4.414. GOAT TYING Tracey Parsons, Mar ana, AZ 8.473; Sherri aer, Hasen, NV 8.627;Debra Moody? Cocoa, FL 9.360; Snellle Snow, Fallon, NV 9.344; Jan Cooper, Oak Grove, MO 9.380. ' BARREL RACING Susan Seurlock, Las Vegas, NV 17.328; Julie Sims, Cortes, CO 17.481; Paula Jones, Golden, CO 17.446; Connie Crawford, Centervlew, MO. 17.620; Sherri Harris, Ormand Beach, FL 17.682; Lonnle Wilson, Newcastle, WY 17.723. POLK BENDING Treva Danley, Alamogordo, NM 19.997; Lisa McDonald, Daytona Beach, Fla. 20.163; Sheryl De-Groff, Atkinson, NE 20.165; Shanda Ammons, MUton-Fraewater, OR 20.200; Dodle Bailey, San Antonio, TX 20.116. GIRLS ALL-AROUND Kelly Kay, Tucson, AZ; Tlsh Hler, Elizabeth, Colo. ; Sherri Harris, Ormond Beach, FL. BO Y8 ALL-AROUND Tuff Hedeman, Redoslo Downs, NM; Tommy Todd, Belle City, LA. j lilt, m.w.&m. 4-Cyl. Toyota Ipiticata-Up Plugs Points ConrJnser FROM M 8" 1022'" Depending on your vthlclo 6-Cyl. slightly mor. ,: Air Conditioning TUNE UP... $2199 Includes: Recharge, check electric system, check for leaks. rKct OIL ys-pOj-v JMEL penJIoil using our oil TovoTirca Factory trained toyota technicians TOYOTA OF CASPER 265-6720 cvfcaparte 355 S. ASH 0SjlPW(g '"''k 8M8M88818ISII 888f I6MRM AXZJA L5LJJ rn LZ 7 PLATTE RIVER BUILDING SUPPLY XJ. 5 vj IN? 450 So. Walnut Sat. - 9 a.m.-4 p.m. FIREPLACES AND WOOD STOVES BY: MAJESTIC SHEFFIELD KOZY HEAT CABINETS BY: DECORA QUAKER MAID SCHERICH MEDALLION HOME CREST KEMPER STOP BY AND BROWSE, FREE COFFEE AND PEPSI AND DOUGHNUTS DURING OUR OPEN HOUSE I -mm! They were whether Raiders' owner Al Davis has, as he.' stipulated during the U-week-long trial, an oral contract with the league which would permit him to move and ; whether there was a violation of good faith and fair practices In his dealings with the league. The Jury, whose only common denominator is that they ' neither know nor care anything about pro football, could rock the NFL with Its decision. Introducing Ice Cream at Granny's Dots & Ice Cream Too Banana Splits its ti tin i si r !S.H,UiE Aug. U 2 Only Millview Center 234-471 3 Charter No. 210 . REPORT OF CONDITION OF STATE BANK OF MILLS LEGAL TITLE OF BANK: State Bank of Mills; CITY: Mills; COUNTY: Natrona; STATE: Wyomlnrj; ZIP CODE: 82644; STATE BANK NO.: 210; FEDERAL RESERVE DISTRICT NO10; CLOSE OF BUSINESS: June 30, 1981 . x ASSETS Thousands 658 700 356 12 300 0 38 Cash and due from depository Institutions U.S. Treasury securities Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations Obligations of States and political , subdivisions In the United States All other securities Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell Loans, Total (excluding unearned income) 3,235 Less: Allowance for possible loan losses 17 Loans, Net 3,218 Lease financing receivables 17 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 61 Real estate owned other than bank - premises 0 All other assets 113 TOTAL ASSETS 5,434 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations 2.009 Time and savings deposits of Individuals. partnerships and corporations 1,159 Deposits of United States Government 6 Deposits of States and political subdivisions In the United States 1,176 All other deposits 0 Certified and officers' checks 217 Total Deposits 4,567 Total demand deposits 2,623 Total time and savings deposits 1,944 Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase 0 Interest-bearing demand notes (note balances) issued to the II .S. Treasury and other liabilities for borrowed money 0 Mortgage indebtedness and liability for capitalized leases All other liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notes and debentures) 4,603 Subordinated notes and debentures EQUITY CAPITAL Common slock No. shares authorized 10,000 No. shares outstanding 10,000(par value) 200 ' Surplus 200 Undivided profits and reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves 429 TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL 829 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL 5,434 MEMORANDA Amounts outstanding as of report date: Standby letters of credit, total 0 Time certificates of deposit In denominations of $100,000 or more 740 Other time deposits hi amounts of $100,000 or more 0 Average for 30 calendar days (or calendar month) ending with report date. Total deposits - 4,'76 I, j. Russet! Armstrong, Cashier of the above-named bank, do hereby declare that this Report of Condition has been prepared in conformance with the instructions issued by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the State Banking Authority and is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. Dated July 29, 1981. We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness of this Report of Condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge has been prepared in conformance with the instructions Issued by the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the State Banking Authority and is true and correct. Barton W. Smith . Jack R. Whitlock D.E.Phillips Directors State of Wyoming County of Natrona Sworn to and subscribed before me this 29th day ot July, 1981 and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. Arnetta R. Baugh Notary Public My commission expires September 26, 1981. Publish: August 2, 1981. o E

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