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Page 10 Wednesday, Jan. 14, 1976 MM NEWS Old Timers Squeeze By Miner Squad Park High Poll JtffHunt - Dennis Arko : ,. : 2 MR- Who Is Your Favorite Toocher? ByVickiWallin Jeff Hunt: Mr. Marchant. He's funny and he puts humor into his teaching. Roxanne Eppley : Blackham alias Big "B" and Mr. Durranf. "Cuz they're neat and they are both with it." - j Roxanne Eppley Dennis Arko: Carlson. Because he give me a good grade. That's the only reason. Lynne Maxfield: Miss Martin. She has such a fun personality. She adds spark to what she teaches and it's all the better. Maureen Bogue: Mr. Durrant. He can relate to the kids and he wants to help the kids make something of themselves. Lynne MaxfMd MM Silver Maureen Bouge Mike Silver: Are we supposed to have one? Tbn Polychronls fails to block this Jumper by the aging GregGoff. Thelftrk tfgU bisfetMr&rly intl&Urlh quaie team received a few lessons, as the Alumni's energy began and perhaps some bruises, when they faced the Pvk City stars of yesteryear in its annual Alumni game playd Friday afternoon. In the early going the taller, stronger rnd heavier Alumni squad loo. ed as they might blow their young opponents op-ponents off the floor but as the game wore on, and as they wore out, it turned out that , they were glad to get away with whatever pride a 63 to 62 victory could preserve. Coach Stepan's cagers, playing more relaxed than . usual, stayed in the game b effectively using the team concept of play against the less organized Alumni. A to wane, the Miners made their move. Using a pressure defense and a fastbreak offense, of-fense, Park High cut the Alumni's lead from 12 to 5. From then on, it was anybody's game. Marcellin hit on a three point play to cut difference to one but the - Alumni retaliated with two quick baskets and finally hung on to win. Scoring Results: Park High - Mackley - 9; Marcellin 19; Schafer - 8; Toly - 6; Mac-naughten Mac-naughten 6; Lambert - 4; Gunderson - 2; Dearden 3; Goff-4. Alumni - Goff - 5; Murnin 11; Toly 5; Winn 2; Andrus 11, Welch 14; Piraglio 3; Grose 10; Tony 2. Personality Of The Week J- -If. , --' --... gteatuu Bonanza King" And Queen Crowned A t Dance By Helen Byer urappie rs Pin East Carbon The personality of this week is Tim r uijr miliums, urn was uorn April o, isd, me second son to George and Jessie Polychronis, owners of M,t. Air Market and Mt. Air Variety. He has an older brother Jeff and a younger brother Scott. Tim is in the 11th grade and is president of his class. He was also the president of his class in the ninth grade. To assist with this article, Tim donated a little of his time to give some information about himself. "Have you lived here all your life?" "Yes, but I was born in Salt Lake." "Do you plan on going to college when you're out of school?" - , "Yes, but I don't know what I'm gonna study . yet. "Do you think you'll ever take over the Store?" "Yes, I probably will." "What do you think of the school this year?" 1 "It's a eood school but it could usp nmo changes. From what I've heard of other schools, At the Park City High it's just as good as any." School dance held Friday, Tim is active in all school activities, including Jan. 9, the "Bonanza King sports. He's been on the football team three and Queen of 1976" were Colleen Mumln and Jack AJIred years and the basketball team three years. 'announced Tim Polwfthrftnl BY Kelly Mackley After spotting the East Carbon wrestlers to an 18 point lead, the mighty Park City wrestlers came roaring back to claim a 39-27 victory, Wednesday at Park City High School. The early lead held by East Carbon , was the result of three forfeits; the Miners could not fill the three lowest weights, 98 lb., 105 lb., and 112 lb. As soon a. the wrestling began the Miners really got down to business. In the 118 lb. class, Cory Provost started things off with a pin. Cory was in control of his match all the' way and was not to be denied his victory. The Miners weren't so fortunate in the 126 lb. bracket. Clark Martinez was the victim of a pin in the second period. Tom Martinez fought hard as the Miners 132 lb. star grappler but dropped a narrow decision to his opponent. op-ponent. This could have been termed "the thriller of the day," as Tom was barely beaten in the tough match. The loss added more points to East Carbon's bulge. They led 27-6. Greg Pratt was never in trouble as he pinned his opponent in the first period of the 138 lb. match. Pete Martinez, as usual, thrilled the Park High fans in his 155 lb. match. The could have gone either way for a while but in the second period, Pete suddenly took control. He pinn d his man with his traditional headlock. The headlock has been used very effectively this year by the junior wrestler and has become his trademark. Mike Reed, Doug Ford, and Ray Owens rounded out the Miners victory with pins. These three heavier classes (167 lb., 1851b. and unlimited) have been a problem for the Miners in the past but these three young matmen have filled the vacancies very ably and have now put Park City into serious league Contention. Bv Roxanne Eppley was team captain and is the Lettermen President. Colleen Murnin was crowned Queen. Colleen is also a senior at Park High. She is the Drill Team Jack Allred, a senior at President and the yearbook Park High, was chosen as editor. She also likes King. Jack loves to basketball. sf annwmnhile and he rides a Ponorntnlati Ana PaIIaam unicycle. He played football, and Jack! CALL 649-9592 LETTERHEADS .MENUS POSTERS "BUSINESS FORMS ENVELOPES BROCHURES BUSINESS CARDS "PADS CARBONLESS PAPER V. Michigan Hunters Organization Takes Legal Action Against T.V. Network A great deal has been said, both pro and con, about CBS's television "documentary" "The Guns of Autumn" and its follow-up "Echoes of the Guns of Autumn." The shows were the cause for a steady flow of protest letters, including many from Utahns, concerning the portrayal of American Jiunters and hunting in 'such negative light. Perhaps one of the most significant results of the shows is the action taken by the Michigan United Conservation Con-servation Clubs (MUCC). MUCC has sued CBS for $300 million. The Michigan group contends in its suit that "... each and every sport game hunter within the State of Michigan ... has been ridiculed and endeavored to be placed in disrepute and has been and is embarrassed" em-barrassed" by the contents and portrayal of hunting activities in the film.' CBS, according to MUCC, originally contacted the club and asked them to cooperate in the filming of a "hunting documentary for use in connection with the Bicentennial Bicen-tennial National Celebration, "a documentary that was supposed to present a portrait of sport hunting in the United States . ux.factual.and.iair. manner. The members and officers of MUCC did help in .the filming of discussions of the positive aspects of sport hunting and the role of man as a natural-born predator footage that was obviously, to those who saw the film, edited." MUCC claimed in its suit that there was a conspiracy between Cleveland Amory a prominent antihunting figure, television critic and codesigner of the documentary and CBS "to portray the Michigan hunter in the worst possible light, making him appear . a malicious, unfeeling killer and despoiler of wildlife," resulting in slander and libel with malice. The suit claimed $100 million in actual damages and $200 million in "exemplary "exem-plary and punitive damages." The petition sought an order to equitably distribute the damages ' A 1 A A ' among ine siate s nunters Mritli am H lL.i . -.1.1 mui an upturn uiai wouia allow an individual recipient to assign his portion to a nonprofit corporation to be organized for the development develop-ment of areas for the benefit of all wildlife, game and flqngame.ajike. ..., ,...., Bryce Canyon Experiences Record Year , Superintendent Charles A. Budge of Bryce Canyon National Park announced today that 1975 was a record year for his area. 579,331 visitors came to Bryce Canyon during the year. This represents an increase of 41 percent over last year and some 34 percent over the previous record visitation of 1973. Almost 25,000 campers used the park's camping facilities and over 1,100 children attended the Environmental Education classes or par-' par-' ticipated in the outdoor skills sessions. ; Mr. Budge noted that Bryce Canyon National Park is open all year. Presently snow levels are not sufficient to permit snowmobiling, but trails are open to crosscountry cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Anyone requesting winter activities information should contact his office or call 801-834-5322. Salt Palace Schedule Date Event 16 CHL Hockey S.L. Golden Eagles Vs. Tucson 17 CHL Hockey -S.L. Golden Gol-den Eagles vs. Tucson 17 Cummings Diesel Employes Credit Union Dinner and Meeting 21 CHL Hockey -S.L. Golden Gol-den Eagles vs. Dallas 22 Michael Jackson Hypnotist 23 CHL Hockey -S.L. Golden Gol-den Eagles vs. Dallas 26 CHL Hockey - S.L. Gol- - den Eagles vs. Tulsa 28 CHL Hockey - S.L. Golden Gol-den Eagles vs. Tulsa . 31 to March of Dimes Feb. 1 Telerama Facility Arerfa Arena Salt Palace Suites Arena Little Theatre Arena Arena Arena Arena For ticket information please call Salt Palace Box office : 363-7681. All events subject to change without notice.