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Pag 8 TEE Htdaiirfiy, Uarch 10, 1976 Rotancrs IRyin)dlyp MINER NEWS BY AND ABOUT PARK CITY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS potato John's fjVvideo bo H Tryout 1 1 j : : Ticio at PCtlS i .1 By Bill Roland World Titles in Skating Olympic gold medalist Dorothy Hamill of Riverside, Conn, added the finishing touch to her amateur career by winning the 1976 Women's World Figure Skating Championship Saturday with an impressive performance. Although her free-skating routine did not include any triple jumps, her skating was good enough to retain first place with a total point score of 192.66. Second place went to Christine Errath of East Germany with Dianne de Leeuw of the Netherlands finishing third. Sheila Young, who won three medals at the recent Olympic Games at Innsbruck, continued her dominance in women's speed skating by winning the 500 and 1,000 meters on both Saturday and Sunday, to give her a sweep of all tyur races andjMsecoiid consecutive women's world sprint speed skating championship: Sheila captured the 500 meters Sunday in 42.60 seconds to clinch the title, then she went all out to win the final event over 1,000 meters in 1 minute 28.40 seconds. ' . Stenmark wins slalom at Copper Mountain Ingemar Stenmark' of Sweden strengthened his hold on the overall World Cup Championship by winning the men's slalom Sunday and Steve Mahre capped the United States' best ever Cup performance by taking second place. Stenmark, trailing reigning world champion Gustavo Thoeni of Italy after the first run, turned in a clocking of 49.45 seconds over the second run for a combined time of 1 minute 37.75 seconds. Mahre, of White Pass, Wash., moved from third after the first run to second with a clocking of 49.54, giving him a total time of 1:37.: 85. Stenmark arrived at Copper Mountain, Colo, with 191 points in the over-all category. Italian Piero Gros was second with 163, while teammate Gustavo Thoeni had 161 points. The victory gave Stenmark 25 more points toward the World Championship with only three more World Cup stops left. The victory also gave Stenmark the World Cup Slalom Championship. Stenmark was disappointed by his recent Winter Olympic showing, and in trying to catch 1 dedication ! by Patti Prince ' : As the students drift into ! f Ka (firm ' et rtrMin ftf nnnrAiio I girls are in the girls' change room practicing their splits 1 and trying to persuade the . butterflies to leave their stomachs. This is it cheerleader tryouts. The big event is coming up on March 22. The girls trying out for cheerleader will perform in front of the studentbody of Park High, who will cast their votes for the girls whom they think will do the best job as cheerleaders in the upcoming year. All girls trying out are required to do an individual cheer taught to them by the senior cheerleaders; to make up, in groups of three and . four, another cheer; to be able to do the splits and two jumps'; to be able to do a . cartwheel, flip, or round-off; their grade point average must be above 2.66 (B-i average); and they must attend all home games and as many away games as ? possible. 1 . j'j ! Cheerleading is a fantastic learning experience in E tft r leadership, speaking, stage J nficuors CO Qrafj ODD do Boot 0. DocopCn': by RoxanneEppley Thanks to great defense and superior rebounding, Park City defeated rival St. Joseph 58-45 last week. After running up a tremendous 15-3 first quarter lead, the Miners continued the pressure to build up a half-time advantage of 28-11, The third quarter was a little rougher for the local boys, as St. Joseph closed the gap and tailed by only 13 at the end of the third quarter, 38-25. At the beginning of the fourth quarter the Miners lost their cool and St. Joseph pounded back to within three points, but the Park City defense and rebounding proved too strong as they subdued the St. Joseph rally. As a result of their victory, the Miners will face North Rich in the first round of the Region 9 Round Robin. Ron Schaefer was high scorer in the game with 28 points followed by Frank Marcellin and Kelly with nine each. Box Score: Pon Schaefer 28 pts., Frank Marcellin, 9, Kelly Mackley 9, Mike Alvey 6, Scott Toly 4, John Lambert 2. 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Cheerleading is an exciting, and, most of the time, rewarding job. There are also many fringe benefits, such as getting out of class to set up a pep assembly, riding on the team bus because the school is not taking an activity bus, and stealing a kiss from Mr. Football (when introducing him at the Mr. Football Dance.) However, cheerleading is not all fun and games as many people think. A cheerleader must be willing to put in extra time and effort to support the football, basketball and wrestling team sof Park High. This means not only the time spent . in going to these various games, but also, the preparation of flag ceremonies, treats, signs, cheers, etc. Cheerleading is a difficult and, at times, a tiresome and unappreciated job. It takes a lot of w i.) nui 3fii la fcir s v --naomi wtH r - '- m i'i Vim iim'. ( gt''J.t ;! 1 tit UiftM t r These service representatives answer customer inquiries in the Salt Lake City office. They have direct access to billing data on - their individual computer terminals. Have a question about your electric bill? Our service representatives will help the Italians at Innsbruck, he sustained his first fall in 21 races. The Swedish idol, revered in his home country along with tennis star Bjorn Borg, has not fallen in 23 consecutive World Cup races and his consistency con-sistency is considered his strongest trait. Hale Irwin Outlasts Kermit Zarley in playoff for Citrus Open title Former U.S. open champion Hale Irwin hung on in a nerve-racking sudden-death playoff to defeat Kermit Zarley Monday morning and win the $40,000 first prize of the Citrus Open Golf Tournament in Orlando, Flo. After carding a two-over par 74 in Thursday's opening round, Irwin was thinking about withdrawing, with-drawing, but decided he was no quitter, which he proved by firing a 66, 64, and 66 in the final three rounds. Kermit Zarley, the leader after the second and third rounds displayed some real savvy himself, as he dropped a 25-foot birdie putt on the 71st hole and then saved par and forced a playoff by sinking a delicate 12-footer on the 72nd green. , After tying 'two holes lin the playoff Sunday afternoon, darkness set in, and the golfers returned to Rio Pinar Monday morning. On the Being a cheerleader is a difficult, but wonderful experience. ex-perience. The good experiences ex-periences will almost always out-weigh the bad; especially in the girls' memories during future years. GovQ. Garao by Colleen Murnin NAPOLI. Have you ever heard of it? Well, Mr. Hal Smith, a teacher trainee, has been teaching his American Problems class how to play NAPOLI. NAPOLI is a booklet on how the United States Government works only in a shorter form. 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