tndepeaiaat Bindery. B$l LEAD BMLY CALL OFFICIAL PAPER CITY AND COUNTY THE WEATHER Cloudy tonight and Saturday; probably rain; not much change In temperature. ASSOCIATED PRK8S BKBVICK THE BLACK HILLS EVENING NEWSPAPER THIRTY-FOURTH YEAR LEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1827 PRICE FIVE CENTS WORK ADVANCES i lSflKSSP DEFENSE SCORES iu uii initial nil nut! RAPIDLY ON ML RUSHMORE Washington Figure k Slowly Tk ing Shape On Granite Mountain Side. Son the IN OIL TRIAL KEYSTONE, Oct. 28. Under the expert direction of construction sup erintendents, the Washington ngure one of four presidents to be etched from the eranite of Mt. Rushmore near here Is slowly talcing shape, Harold P. Munck, chief clerk, reports today. Gutzon Borglum, sculptor, who - is working on models at pre' ent in his studio at San Antonio, Texas, is expected here within short time to take over the active management of the project. Cold weather will have but little effect upon the workmen, Mr. Munck states, since material for a shelter has been hoisted to the top of the rock-faced mountain. Construction steel will be set In the granite and a frame shelter will soon be com pleted. Powder was used Wednesday night for the first time in chipping off portions of the rock. "It was chief ly for experimental purposes, but It was found to be highly satisfactory, Mr. Munck said. He explains that powder will not be used very often and the utmost caution Is to be em ployed by the men who handle the explosives to avoid any danger of cracking the portions which will be used for the figures. "One complete layer of granite has been taken from the area which will be used for the Washington figure. Mr. Borglum painted the areas on which work was to be carried on before he left here," Mr. Munck stated. "There are six drills or jack-hammers working daily. A force of 25 men are employed on the project. A stone cutter with feathers and wedges is also being used," he adds. As a brief description of the work thus far, Mr. Munck said: "A power plant has been installed at Keystone, about three miles from the project. The power is carried over a transmission line to the site of operation. There we have a small village. A well equipped blacksmith shop with forge and drill sharpeners; bunk house, dining hall, compressors, and smaller improvements make up the operating base. "Steel cables lead from the top of Mt. Doane (named for Doane Robinson, former state historian and secretary of the Rushmore association), to the top of Mt. Rushmore over which all materials are transported to the place where the men are working. "A flight of wooden steps has been built from the base of the mountain to the top. There are 506 steps with 45 inclined platforms, giving an Idea of the height of the project. A small stream near here has been dammed and from it is supplied water for cooling the compressors. A large block of granite from the mountain was recently taken from the project and placed on exhibition in the Commercial Club quarters in Rapid City where it Is attracting considerable attention, it is understood. Senator Peter Norbeck, who has been in St. Paul and Minneapolis in the interest of the project, visited the the site Wednesday afternoon. Funds are being subscribed satisfactorily in the Black Hills cities, Lead has raised its quota of $7,000 nd Daughter Will go on Stump for Their Father SIOUX FALLS, Oct. 28 If Chet Leedom makes the campaign for election to congress of the third district, he stated today, his campaign will be a family affair. His son, Boyd Stewart Leedom, a junior in the law college at the University of South Dakota, and his WASHINGTON, Oct. 28. daughter. Beryl Marion Leedom, who ' The government was stopped today Is taking the arts and science course ! by Justice siddons from forcing M. Everhart Refuiei To Reveal Source of Liberty Bonds In Question. at the state university, will go on the stump for their father. The latter will graduate this term. "My children will do my campaigning for me," said Mr. Leedom, "in the event that I feel my constituents want me to run for the office of congressman. They are real South Dakotans, born and reared in a log cabin on the banks of the Big White river. The boy is a real cowboy and the girl is a real cowgirl." T. Everhart to disclose the source of the S230.000 in Liberty bonds figuring in the Teapot Dome oil conspiracy trial. Everhart had declined to answer a question regarding the source of the bonds on the grounds that such testimony would tend to incriminate him and that the con- VERMILLION SCENE OF GRID CWmjOMORROW State CoUege Jackrabblta Invade University Coyotes' Field (By the Associated Press) All roads lead to Vermillion this week-end, as old grads from South Dakota's two largest colleges and football fans from all over the state join the annua) trek to the scene of the greatest battle of South Dakota's football season. Although there are other Important games scheduled on South Da- DENIES REQUEST FOR REVOCATION MacGruder Must Look Elsewhere Than To White House For Aid In Navy Squabble. WASHINGTON. Oct. 27. ) Admiral Thomas P. MacGruder must look elsewhere than to the white kota gridirons this week, these will house for assistance In his disagree- be eclipsed, in a measure, by the Dakota Day classic in which the Invading Jackrabbita from state college and the Coyotes on their home field. ment with the navy department which, originating In criticism of the naval administration, has resulted in his removal as commandant of the LAST OF PIERRE BRIDGE WARRANTS HAVE BEEN PAID PIERRE, Oct. 28 The last of the Pierre bridge warrants were paid when the city of Pierre received $12,500 from the sfate highway com mission. The county received $25,000 the first of the month. The payment of the city warrants this morning completes the payments on the bridge, stated J. E. Kirkham, state bridge engineer. This completes the payment on the second one of ' stitution gave him the right to re-' kota teams in the North Central con' fuse. The son-in-law of the former : ference are also , at stake in Satur-! secretary of the interior was the day's game, as both elevens are tied man from whom the government i with Creighton with one conference j had hoped to adduce the connecting frame won each, and none lost, i link between the bonds and Harry i Creighton plays a non-conference F. Sinclair, lessee of the Teapot Dome and co-defendant with Fall. each will struggle for supremacy in fourth naval district. President Cool-South Dakota pigskin circles. tdge has denied the admiral's appli-The standing of these South Da- cation for revocation of the order removing him from ms position, and has refused to grant him a persona interview on the subject. game with the Oklahoma Aggies at Stillwater Saturday, and either State or the University will descend to third place in the conference standings, while the other takes first place, unless both South Dakota teams go into second place to Claim. Secretary Is In Pa of the j Cre!enton throu a tie ln Satur- TERMS VOLSTEAD SURVEY WORK 'PARASITIC' GROUP Wet Cause day's game I The South Dakota teams have NEW YORK, Oct. 28. (JP) A nothing to fear from the annual clash nation-wide survey conducted by the 1 between the North Dakota Univer- the National Episcopal Church Temper- sity and State college elevens, as five state bridges over the Missouri j ance society in which 1,032 clergy- j both of these teams are at the foot river in South Dakota. The Wheeler j men approved a modification of the , of the conference standings. bridge was the first one to be and paid for. built COLO. STRIKE THREATENS NJ. Governments of Two States Pre pared To Call Out National Guardsmen. DENVER, Colo., Oct. 28. (JP) Three airplanes of the national guard were dispatched today to the coal strike zone of southern Colorado. The planes were sent at the com mand of Governor Adams, marking the first military move in the state in quelling possible outbreaks. Volstead act was regarded today by j Coach Montgomery, encouraged by Orville S. Poland, counselor to the . the fact that his team is in good Anti-Saloon league as the work of ' physical condition, expects his Coy-an organization holding only a "par- j otes to break a seven-year jinx by asitic connection" with the Episco-1 defeating Coach West's squad from pals and whose secretary was in the Brookings by at least one touchrown pay of the wet cause. Saturday, with the aid of the lateral pass aid other plays in which his men have been carefully drilled. Following last' week's games, a rather definite line was drawn between the possible winners and the almost certain losers in this year's state conference, i and still eliminations in the conference race Guardsmen Patrol DENVER, Oct. 28. (JP) With New Mexico national guardsmen assigned to strike patrol duty and Colorado troops ready for mobilization, Industrial Workers of the World today mustered hundreds of pickets to extend the state wide coal strike. Fourteen national guardsmen were ordered to Colfax county in northern New Mexico yesterday by Governor Tillon following reports that the I. W. W. intended to attempt to close the mines there. This action was followed by reports from the adjutant general to Governor Adams of Colorado that state troops were ready and could be mobilized in a few hours. The I. W. W. leaders met the threat of state interference by assembling at Walsenburg, in southern Colorado, for a drive on the Dewey mine operating in that district. HURON OFFICIALS FAIL ATTEMPT TO GET ROGERS FALL REUNION OF SCOTTISH RITE MASONS IS CONCLUDED With the conferring of the thirty-first and thirty-second degrees upon candidates in the Black Hills Con sistory of the Scottish Rite Masons j wjn be in order this week. ln the Deadwood temple yesterday, the annual fall .reunion of this Masonic body was closed last night with the thirty-second degree banquet. George V. Ayres of Dead-wood presided over the banquet as toastmaster. The Rev. W. E. Har-tung, W. E. Lown, L. M. Simons, E. C. Woodburn, E." A. Nodler and Dr. J. J. Berry were called upon for talks, and music numbers were pro- MOVE ON FOOT FOR BIGGER NAVY PROGRAM Failure of Geneva Conference Bv llered Partly Responsible WASHINGTON, Oct. 28. (JP) A probable move already is on foot on Capitol Hill to bring a naval building program forcibly before the approaching session of congress. While as yet plans of big navy men men remain in a somewhat nebulous state there is a positive current of thought among a number of members that failure of the Geneva conference calls for a serious consideration of the advisability of providing funds for additional fighting craft. PAY DAY FOR BEET FARMERS IS NOV. 15 Over It is possible, however, that the four teams which now lead the state conference with no defeats chalked up against them, will continue ln their positions, at the top of the list, as none of these teams is scheduled for a game with another unde feated team. Payment Will Amount to $400,000 Is Announced BELLE FOURCHE, Oct. 28. Beet growers in the territory covered by further 1 tne crop marketed at the Black Hills augur jjiaui win uave uieir iirai. Dig pay day on Tuesday, November 15, when payment will be made for all beets marketed prior to November 1st. This payment will amount to over $400,000 and will be distributed to the farmers of the Belle Fourche, Redwater and Spearfish valleys, Rapid valley, Hermosa and Buffalo Gap, Dakota Wesleyan, who shared" thet " P "'"f" championship honors with Columbus j """ated at 100,000 tons, sixty per o. li.od. h Hot ,i,lth (h u' vided by William Killmmster of ! victories 'and no defeats, following by Noveraer 1- That will bring the URGES SUPPORT OF WEST RIYER FOy . E. COYNE Says Coyne Is West River's "Only C'Ulra" to Political Recognition FORT PIERRE, Oct. 28. JP) That the west-river country should emphasize "it's only claim" for political recognition in the candidacy of C. E. Coyne, of Fort Pierre, for lieutenant governor. Is the conten tion of Dr. R. J. Morrisey, republi can state committeeman of Stanley county. Dr. Morrisey has written every west-river editor and many west' river friends of the former secretary of state and incumbent director of motor vehicles, suggesting that any comment or suggestions concerning Mr. Coyne's candidacy "will be ap preciated. "With several announced and pros' pective candidates for governor in the field from east of the river, it is only natural," Dr! Morrisey said. "that the west-river country should emphasize Its only claim for recognition in the candidacy of C. E. Coyne, of Fort Pierre, for lieutenant governor. "Mr. Coyne, purely a west-river man, viewed both from point of res idence and personality, is well and favorably known over the entire state, having credibly served the past four years as secretary of state, and who went out single-handed during the past state primary and captured 40 per cent of the republican votes for governor against a man, who up to that time, was regarded as invincible." TRADITIONAL GRID RIVALS READY FOR FRAY 300 YET MISSING IN SEADISASTER French and Dutch Liners Rescue Many From Watery Death In Sinking Italian Steamship. Lead, L. E. Dingle of Terraville and the Scottish Rite quarter. Those who received the thirty-first and thirty-second degrees in Black Hills Consistory yesterday were: G. Bramble Lawler, Deadwood. Harry D. Allen, Deadwood. William H. Doolittle, Buffalo. John H. Krenzien, Belle Fourche. Edward W. Laisy, Gillette. William E. Lown, Spearfish. John G. Merrick, Fort Meade. Henry J. Skinner, Fort Meade. Joseph O. Zacek, Newell. Alfred Pemberton, Broadus, Mont. Herbert M. Aistrup, Murdo. Elmer M. Morgan, Rapid City. Arthur E. Lydoe, Keystone. a victory over the Scalpers last week. The team from i Mitchell is favored to add another j victory to her string this week, when : she meets the visiting Eastern nor-! mal eleven, which is trailing at the : bottom of the standings with two losses and no victories, f Likewise, the School of Mines will keep her two victories with no de-; feats, as the Hardrocks meet Spearfish normal on the home field in a 'game which does not affect the ; standings. The Spearfish squad has already been defeated once by the j Mines squad this season, and is sec-I ond from the bottom in conference , standings with two losses and one ; tie. Rogers Held as Witness In Hanson Trial ST. PAUL, Oct. 28. UP) Three officials from Huron, S. D., arrived nearly have it ported. completed, it is re-! OnH BA1I.M rf Ikn .nll.a. have either prepared their quota or " ttak1Roy Rsera ..i.. v,.. Z. .. there to face a bank robbery chartre. I They were confronted with a Ram-sey county district court order signed Thursday directing that Rogers CONVICTED KILLER IS ire,raa'n ',n bee. t0 t.estify as a cruTciurcn ta tuc tuaid wltness for the defense in toe trial SENTENCED TO THE CHAIR of Art "Wicky" Hanson November LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. 28. (VP) 1 2 on a charge of murdering James Frank Sharp, twice convicted of kill- j Barrett on August 29. ing his wife, was sentenced today by Judge Shepherd to die in the electric .,.. chair February 15. His conviction LEAD CATHOLIC CHURCH TO and sentence reversed and preme court. at the first trial was remanded by the su- WHAT DO YOU KNOW OF SOUTH DAKOTA? By Uje Associated Press SUPPORT NEAR EAST WORK The diocese of Lead will take part ln assuring the continuing success of the Catholic Near East Welfare association that has been 'commended recently and urged to continue its work by Pope Pius XI, it Is announced. The Rt. Rev. John J. Lawler, bishop of the diocese of Lead, has written Prof. Edmund A. Walsh, vice-president of Georgetown University and president of the association, that the diocese will cooperate this fall and winter in the program of the 1. How many Indian children are enrolled in government schools in South Dakota? 2. Where is Medicine Knoll (often called Medicine Butte) ? 3. When was the State Medical association to extend its membershin association created in South Dakota? i so that its service of welfare and 4. How far is it from Springfield relief may be continued and devel-down the Missouri river to the mouth ' oped In behalf of the Near East, of the Big Sioux river? "Russia and the various parts of 5. For whom was Roberts county Europe where there are poverty and named ? ! great need among the people. 6. When was the first railroad Joseph F. Moore, general secretary built in South Dakota? lof the association has announced 7. For whom was the city of, from the headquarters at 480 Iex-Mitchell named? jington avenue. New York city, that 8. What is the native state of : the continued support of Bishop Congressman Charles A. Christoph- Lawler, the clergy and the people of erson? Lead will mean much to the success 9. What was formerly the county; of the membership effort this year. seat of Brown county? PFP FFC.T TUN AFTFRWnftN 'PRO-BRITISH CAMPAIGN Characterized as "one of the best AT STANDSTILL TODAY 0' asaemDiies ever neia in xeaa nign j school," Gold Digger supporters j Is Perplexity as to Disposition el gathered in the auditorium early i "Tainted" Books this afternoon and made medicine CHICAGO. Oct. 28. (JP) "Pro-for the football game with Dead- American" forces of Mayor Thomp-wood tomorrow. son and U. J. Hermann, his field The program was under the dlrec-! marshal marked time today in the tion of A. J. Mendenhall and Frank-. campaign against British propagan-lin Brust who had arranged an ex-! da. The book burning issue having tremely clever program which! been settled in the negative, there brought forth a burst of pep and was some perplexity as to just what some lusty yelling which made the, would be done with any books in walls of the building resound. 'Chicago's public libraries containing John Ryan, an alumnus of the ; "Pro-British" tendencies. high school, spoke before the assem- Huron college : Payment t0 .00-the largest Diug'c VaJ wJ crci cajjci icutcu uy these farmers of the districts where they are located. The next pay day for the growers will be on December 15, when the balance of the contract price of $7.00 per ton will be paid bringing the total amount to be put into circulation within a month to $700,000 and this for a crop that a few years ago was unknown in this part of the country. In addition to the amount paid for the beets there will be the value of the by-products the value of the tops to the farmer, and the value of the pulp and molasses as feed. This amounts to a considerable sum when it is remembered that the by-products from an acre ' of beets, three tons of tops, four tons of pulp, and six-tenths of a ton of molasses, will put more fat on a steer than an acre corn. RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 28. (JP) More than 300 persons, many of them women and children, were still missing today from the ill-fated Italian steamship, Principessa Ma-falda, which sank off the Brazilian coast Tuesday afternoon. In the midst of harrowing scenes of con fusion and panic. Through the veil of confusion and consternation - advancing from the scene of the disaster came more definite reports when the Dutch liner .Lthena, carrying 531 survivors, and the French liner, Formosa, with 353 arrived here. The French steamer, Mosella, landed 30 passengers and 22 members of the ship's crew at Eahia yesterday. This accounts for 936 of the 1,256 aboard the stricken Italian steamer. Deadwood Faces Diggers With Clean Slate; Lead Line Has Edge In Weight Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Moses, who have recently leased Blue Bell Inn. in the state park, were Lead visitors today. ROAD MAGNET TO COVER BLACK HILLS HIGHWAYS Will Make Trip to and State Northern Park Hills COMPLETE STILL OUTFIT CAPTURED BY AUTHORITIES After three months unsuccessful RAPID CITY, Oct. 28. The tire puncture average on roads in the Black Hills is expected to be lessened considerably since the state highway road magnet is soon to go into action In this district, E. W. Meeker, Pennington county highway superintendent said yesterday. The magnet is drawn over the roads by a truck. A generator and engine are carried and the magnets hang down to a plate which comes within a short distance of the ground. It covers an area of about nine feet, a round trip being necessary before a road is "swept." The magnet arrived here Wednes-j- l' day, coming by way of Chamberlain. ' ' T 1b that tha tnirl, ..rill i " Will tomorrow prove a jinx for the Gold Diggers and break the charm of 15 consecutive years of victory over their ancient pigskin rivals from down the gulch, or will the Diggers add the eleventh Deadwood scalp to their collection? This was the question that was foremost in the minds of Northern Hills football fans today, with the annual classic between Lead and Deadwood high school elevens slated for tomorrow afternoon in the Dead-wood Amusement park. The Diggers are inclined to believe that tomorrow afternoon's event will pass into football history as the sixtenth straight win for the up-gulch high school but are not rashly overconfident. The Deadwood boys will appear on the field tomorrow afternoon with an entirely clean slate for this season, brandishing the scalps of Stur-gis, Spearfish. Belle Fourche, the Rapid City Indians and Chadron, and apparently reasonably confident that then can lift that of the Gold Diggers. Lead so far this season has two defeats chalked against them. one at the hands of Aberdeen and the other at the hands of the Rapid City Cobblers. Aberdeen and Rapid, however, are two of the outstanding hig.i school teams in the state, and as yet Deadwood has had no opportunity to try its mettle against teams as strong as these. That tomorrow's game will be one of the best that has been played between the traditional rivals of the gulch in many years, is the opinion of most fans. The ranks of both squads have been depleted by injur ies. Townsend, regular quarterback on the Lead lineup, is on crutches with an injured knee and will likely be out of the games for the re mainder of the season. Kurtti, Lead half, was kept from practice this week because of illness but has recovered and will take part in the game tomorrow. Rosy" Roe, Notre Dame,- will referee the match; Wipf, Dakota Wesleyan will be umpire, and Peterson, School of Mines, will be head linesman. Average weights show that the Lead men have considerable edge. The Lead line averages 159 pounds, the Deadwood line 148. The Lead backfield averages 148 pounds and the Deadwood averages 147. The entire weight average of the Lead lineup is 155 while that of Deadwood is 148. Following are the prospective lineups, their positions, weights and numbers: Deadwood Lineup Player Pos. Wgt. Shaw LE E. Keene LT Johnson LG Jones . ., C Baggaley RG Smoker RT Williams RE Mitchell Q Welty H R. Keene H Lockhart FB Lead Lineup Player Pos. Basker RE Bradley RT Coolidge RG Severe C 138 143 158 160 147 161 132 142 132 148 167 No. 37 30 32 33 31 34 41 36 38 39 35 It is expected that the truck will attempts, state, federal and county eo nortn to stureis and Deadwood officers yesterday succeeded in find-, back to Rapid City, south to the bly and urged the old winning fight ing spirit that has given Lead victories over the down gulch team for so many years. Grady brought down the house when he came in adorned , Warning to Prince Carol and bis in a hunter's outfit and, firing into ' adherents that Rumania will not the stage ceiling bagged a goat, j tolerate any conspiracy against the Deadwood's of course, which fell state was given by Premiere Brat-1 . s anil eratia in (h. lonn In an DiUna Vufnra a fmwAati BRATIANO WARNS AGAINST PLOTS TO RESTORE CAROL BUCHAREST, Oct. 28. (JP) from its retreat struggle. the iano in an address before a crowded chamber of deputies last night. Events in the Lives of Little Men 10. What is the shortest distance between Rapid City and Watertown, via the state trunk highway system? (Answers on page 3) A cabaret dancer of Casablanca, Moroco, has set up a world's record by dancing continuously for 274 hours 15 minutes. 1 '-J SISTER- . -sW83& ing a still belonging to George Yant I state park back to Rapid City and and son, operated in the hills about then retUrn to the eastern part of two miles south of Centennial prair-! the state by the route it followed ! ie on the Deadwood-Spearflsh road. 0n the trtp m this direction. Armed with a search warrant, Tne roa(j magnet idea is compar-Lawrence County Sheriff Jack Kram-, atively new in this state and this back, Deputy State Sheriff "Doc" , ls the initial appearance of the ma-Long and Federal Officer W. H. cnine m the west river section. Ac-Butler left early in the morning, re- cording to reports from sections turning late last evening with the:wnere the magnet has been used, The sun, tney saia, was Dracticallv all metal objects are one of the most complete ana up- picked up from the highway, to-date of a small size they had ever cTP:cityptedUraig6hC!H1LLS 0' F' T0 lT' sure gasoline stove, and turned out ' fiELLE FOURCHE SATURDAY a superior product according to the j BELLE FOURCHE, Oct. 28. An-six quarts or so of the finished ar-, nua meeting of the Black Hills dis-ticle which was brought in with ; trict association of I. O. O. F. lodge the still. About 65 gallons of mashWij heid at 3. Fourche Sat-Was destroyed at the site of the op- urday, October 29. The local lodges erations. ' iof odd Fellows and Rebekahs are The two men, father and son, : making plans for entertaining the were lodged in the Lawrence county crow(jp jail for the night, and will be given j prominent state officials of the an opportunity to plead in Justice tw0 iodgeg are expected to attend court this morning. Pioneer-Times. Jy conciave to be held in the after- jnoon and evening. L. L. Trotter of RUTH FInFR HAIDFMAN sioux Falls. secretary of the Mus-. LV,lrwil-r covites state Grand Master Vaughan ARRIVE AT LE B0URGETl' Yankton and President A. H Neil jof Lead will will probably be here. Enthusiasts Pull Miss Elder From j A business session is -scheduled to the Plane I begin at 2 o'clock and a banquet LE BOURGET, France, Oct. 28 ! at 6, served by the Rebekahs. Stur-(JP) Ruth Elder and Captain Geo. j gis lodge will give the initiatory de-L. Haldeman landed here from Bay- I gree in the evening, onne, France, at 3:47 o'clock this Lyle Miller is vice president of the afternoon. The plane arrived fully . Black Hills district association. an hour before it was expected. Miss I Elder was nearly crushed by en-1 Science has records of fish, birds thusiasts who Insisted on pulling her and animals which have changed out of the plane. their sex. Grady LE Killoren Q Stanley LH Kurtti RH Cetto FB Wgt. 138 192 156 160 153 154 162 130 150 156 155 No. 51 52 46 50 38 47 49 8 39 43 37 INDIANAPOLIS MAYOR RESIGNSYESTERDAY Announcement is Made Today by Prominent Attorney INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 28. (JP) ' Mayor John L. Duval of Indianapolis resigned his office at noon yesterday, according to an announcement by I. -a M. Holmes, prominent attorney. WEATHER AND ROADS Reported by the North Western Bell Co.. at 8 a m.. Today Lead 51; partly cloudy roads good. Deadwood 46; partly cloudy roads good. Spearfish 41; cloudy roads good. Sturgis 42; cloudy roads good. Belle Fourche 34; cloudy roads good. Hill City 42; cloudy roads good. Custer 36; partly cloudy roads good. Rapid City 54; cloudy roads good. Hot Springs 44; cloudy roads good. Philip 40; partly cloudy roads good. Presho 42; cloudy roads good. Chamberlain 46; partly cloudy. Chadron 40; cloudy roads good. Newcastle 50; partly cloudy roads good. For a period of 16 hours up to 8 o'clock. Max. 64. Min. 48.
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