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Feb. 17, 1961 R e d i s t r i c t i n P l o n i s D e a d (cont.from p. 1 ) Benefit Plan beginning with the school 3 year 1961-62. The Associa tion adopted a resolu tion authorizing the Board of Directors to negotiate with Secur ity m f e and Accident C<&a. of Denver, Col,to write the athletic accident insurance, beginning next ■ year. Member schools do not have to take this par ticular accident insurance, but it will be available to all member schools next year 0 The . redistricting plan was presented by The Board of Directors and was voted down ,c& roll call vote of 76 to 55-> However, a motion was ' '•passed giving the Board of Directors authority to reclassify and re district ’■ schcclS according to their wishes, the only restriction being that there be four athletic classifications- Class AA , Class A, Class B, and- Class C. There were new rules passed concerning college eligibility after 'hSir-fstar game participation, .an ath- ; lets shall be denied his'1st; year, of var sity* • ath! etie’ecrape.ti- , J J'J J j J l J J 1 _ j / ' V / V ' W ' W Fo 17-13-19 PILLOW ILK Rock Hudson Doris Day- Tony Randall Thelma Ritter Feb. 2k -25-26 t h e l a s t v o y a g e Robert Stack Dor p thy Malone George Sanders Edmond O'Brien SHOW TIMES: Friday: 7 and 9 Saturday - 3. Sunday: 8 _____ ■Eve.rg rp.en.. PAGE 7 tion if, following his graduation from high school and before college enrollment, he was a member of a squad which engaged in any all-star football or basketball which was not approved by the appropriate state high school associa - tion. The Association wishes to reiterate and re-emphasize their opposition to all-star games and q*> -.«oc ott asts. However, the tion unanimou: roved the Shr: Star Football A ns o d a ily app- ,ne All- Game ? : h and the North-So All-Star Football Game for this one ( 19 6 1 ) year only, but immed iately after • that, these all-star games will not be approved. After this, if any students persist in participating in these all-star games, they will be endangering their eligibility for college. Variouv? new football rules were enacted. Mo lime or caustic mat erial may be used . in marking football fields, each player will be required to 2 requirec wear a fitted and tooth protec meat a The text : r in 1 z - H r L ox ■. c P*‘ A will be held in Helena, Montana, on March 24- 26 . S e n i o r s M o k e C o r n 1 v o I P I o n s The senior class is currently making plans fob a carnival. It is scheduled for March 2.0 and 11 in the Eu reka Community Hall. Present plans include a regular carnival on Friday night and from . 6:30 until 10 pm. on Saturday. At this time, the booths will be torn down to * make way for a public dance with live music. The main attraction of the dance will be the crowning of the carnival queen. Can didates for queen will be chosen by the classes of LCHS. A committee was chosen to make plans for the carnival and to determine what special committees will be needed. It consists of Fred Pit man, Ed McCully, Al lan Pershall, Michele Frost, Jeanie Apeland, Charles -■ - Anderson, Sandy Shay, Carol Davis, Anita Quirk. Patty Stevens. Brown, and Fay t\ U T O I N S U R A N C E R ATFS i \ ( I I L - O E E H I N C R E A S E D T O - T R U C K ; FARMER'S INSURANCE GROUP E ugene L J ohnson PHONE 14991