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Ever.gr.eea.. . . E . e . h r . . u a . r . y . . . . . . 7 . , . . - L 9 5 & - Chi-Gfs D e f e a t L i o n s The Eureka Lions traveled to Ronan, Friday, Jan. 2b, and were defeated by the Chiefs 59- 48. Although it was a very close game all the way Ronan managed to keep the lead. Each coach substituted freely and a*total of 2 players saw action, in the game. Top sco xyi for Eureka were Don McKenzie and Guy Fish wife they each dumped-in 15 points. Jerry Ben plunked in 13 points for the winning team. The Lions suffered its second defeat of the season from Paul Milam's Bigfork Viking Saturday night, Feb.L The Lions motored to Bigfork minus two of their starting lineup, Don McKenzie and Guy Fish, Bigfork led ai the way and won by a 'score of 5304-3. In the first game with Big fork, the Lions were also minus two of their starting//v PLAYER F.G. F.T. F. Guy Fish 3 9 3 John Robins on \ 0 0 1 Ronnie St. Onge 0 0 3 Darrell Pitman 0 0 0 Milton Fish s * C L 0 4 Frank West 0 r 5 Bob Burk 0 3 Neil West 1 0 0 Allan ...West 1 p 2 Don McKenzie 7 1 lineup, and teatM 39-35. xhe scores ;\ Lion?A with .12 ibb NicInols and .nson / /ach chin- Total Bigfork. Tps 7- 0 9 10 0 19 T+3 B u l l d o g s O u t s The Lions spent Fri motored to Mission and of the week end, The Bulldogs in the sec on were unable to catch the Mission Bulldogs had s third quarter. Guy Fish‘an’ tossed in 10 points for the sen burned the net with 2 Bulldogs. L i o n s onan then ond defeat ed the uartef but ide margin first *and t each J sna the PLAYER F.G. F.T. F. T.P. Guy Fish 4 r C L 1 10 Neil West £ 0 1 4 R-onnie S-^. Onge • 1 0 0 2 Milton Fish 1 1 3 3 Frank West 5 0 c L 10 Bob Burk 1 0 1 2 Allan West 3 1 3 7 Don McKenzie 4 1 4 Darrell Pitman 0 0 0 6 John Robinson 0 0 0 0 b? Rules.for people goi eg to the tournament are: I. Bring to School v en permission from parents. 2. Each high . hool person goine to the tournament must have haperone. 3» All, work missed must be made and handed in be fore leaving for the toi rnhment. Six week tests will be given earlier i. the week* 4. Persons missing more than two d. id will be given zeros and double absenses, - S p o r t l i g h t O n F r a n k W f e s t As I shine the sport- light up the senior row' it stops on one of our best students, Frank West. Frank is a husky 190 pound senior. He came into LCHS from Roosevelt Grade School where he played basket ball in his seventh and. eighth grade-.. In his freshman year Frank wont out for football and played basketball on the-3 squad. He was also elected vice president of his class that year, In his Sophomore year Frank didn't go c ; for football but man aged to play oil .the ?, squad again. Frank was president of the Soph omore class that year. During his junior year Frank lettered as cen ter in football and also lettered in basketball. Frank was elected class trea surer last year, was in the junior play and (Cont. fin page 6)