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SCHEDULE OF GAMES Fri., Losers 2B and 4A Losers 2B and 4B Fri., Winners 5A and 6A Winners 5B and 6B Fri., Winners 1A and 3B Winners 1B and 3B Winners 2A and 4A Winners 2B and 4B Sat., Losers 8A and 9A Losers 8B and 9B Sat., Winners 7A and 10A (Winner takes 3rd place) Game 11B Winners 7B and 10B (Winner takes 3rd place) (Champion A) Game 12A Winners 8A and 9A (Winners B class) Game 12B Winners 8B and 9B *—Teams in Class A are indicated by the letter A. Teams in Class B are indicated by the letter B. Wed., 7:00 P. M.—Game 1A* Miles City vs. Billings Game 1B* Game 2A Game 2B Thurs., 10:00 P. M.—Game 3A Game 3B Thurs., 2:30 P. M.—Game 4A Game 4B Thurs., 7:00 P. M.—Game 5A Game 5B 10:00 A. M.—Game 6A Game 6B 2:30 P. M.—Game 7A Game 7B 7:00 P. M.—Game 8A Game 8B Game 9A Game 9B 9:00 A. M.—Game 10A Game 10B 7:00 P. M.—Game 11A 5 vs. 4 Livingston vs. Butte Central Red Lodge vs. Thompson Falls Anaconda vs. Bozeman Phillipsburg vs. 7 Butte vs. Glendive Dillon vs. Big Timber Losers 1A and 4A Losers 1B and 3B President Welcomes Visiting Teams The Eastern Montana State Normal School is glad to offer its buildings for the tournament of the Southern Division. In the first place ours is the only institution of higher learning in southeastern Montana. We feel that it is our duty to help with all school projects in this area. In the second place our gymnasium offers an excellent floor, well lighted and capable of seating a large audience. In the third place the whole philosophy of our insti- tution is the enrichment of the life of the people in our territory. Un- doubtedly contests of the kind that we are having this week have great influence in the building of character, in the promotion of cooperation, and in broadening the views of the contestants. For all of these reasons we are happy to be the host for this tournament, to do everything in our power to make it a success, and to assure visiting teams, coaches, prin- cipals, and rooters that they are cordially welcomed to our campus. L. B. McMULLEN. THE RIMROCK ECHO Ea fern Montana Normal School VOL. VII BILLINGS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1936 NO. 4 SOUTHERN DIVISION TOURNAMENT WILL BE PLAYED HERE Utica Jubilee Singers Scheduled for Sunday Afternoon Performance SINGERS VISITED IN 21 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES The Utica Jubilee Singers, who were featured on the N. B. C. net- work from New York, are scheduled on the Normal School entertainment program for next Sunday afternoon, March 8, at three o'clock. This group, composed of five men singers and the accompanist, recent- ly returned from a tour of Europe. They had planned a tour of one year, but they were so favorably received that they continued for six additional months. During this time they visited twenty-one countries. Although their audiences could not understand the words of the songs, they could understand the message through the personalities of the singers; through the harmony; and through the rhythm. The song which was favored most was Fos- ter's \Swanee River.\ Marian Foster Welch, (Stephen Foster's daughter), said, when she appeared on one of the radio pro- grams as a guest of the Jubilee Singers, \You sing my father's songs more beautifully than I have ever heard them sung.\ The Jubilee Singers have achieved fame as exponents of spirituals, be- cause of their reluctance to de- vitalize them by \dressing them up.\ They are entirely engrossed in their songs; the rhythm of their music often expresses itself unconsciously in the movements of their bodies. Their emphasis is placed on the message rather than the technique, although that is faultless. The program for Sunday after- noon follows: Ensemble— Ezekiel Saw the Wheel. Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray. Do You Call That Religion? Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen. Reading Clarence Ratliffe Tenor Solo Luther Hartly Ensemble— Mighty Lak a Rose. Shortnin' Bread. Watermelon. Old Black Joe. Intermission Baritone Solo George Rayston Ensemble— Wagon Wheels. Kentucky Babe. Medley of Southern Songs. Goin' Home. Norma Lynch-Cole Accompanist MARCH GRADUATES WILL BE GUESTS OF FACULTY Honoring the March graduates, 10 in number, the traditional quarterly Faculty-Senior dinner will be held at the Billings Commercial Club at 6:30 on the evening of Friday, March 13. Those in attendance will be the graduating group, members of the (Continued on Page 7) Dedication In April; State Board Here The date of the dedication of the E. M. S. N. S. building will be about the 13th of April. It will coincide with the State Board meeting, the date for which has not been defi- nitely determined. Gov . Holt will speak and there will be brief talks by other friends of the school. There will be an open house for all on the afternoon of the dedica- tion. All of the equipment that is to be purchased will be set up at that time, and visitors will be conducted over the building by the student committees. The music for the program con- sists of a chorus of townspeople and the glee club, accompanied by an orchestra of about 100 pieces. The first rehearsal for the pro- gram was held Sunday, March 1, under the direction of Mr. Ridgely. There were about 86 orchestra and 95 chorus members present. Class Program Changed For Rest of Week The following schedule will be followed for classes on Thursday and Friday of this week during the tournament. Thursday Morning First and second period classes will meet at the usual time. No classes from 10 to 12 o'clock. Friday Morning Regular third and fourth period classes of Thursday will meet first and second period Friday. No classes from 10 to 12 o'clock. Thursday Afternoon Classes normally meeting from 1 to 3 will meet from 1 to 1:45. Classes normally meeting from 3 to 5 will meet from 1:45 to 2:30. Friday Afternoon Classes normally meeting from 1 to 3 will meet from 1 to 1:45. Classes normally meeting from 3 to 5 will meet from 1:45 to 2:30. Saturday Morning No classes. PLAYERS, COACHES WILL BE HERE TONIGHT The Southern Division High School Basketball Tournament, which be- gins at the E. M. N. S. gymnasium tonight, will bring about 200 players and their coaches to the city. The teams which will contest in the Class A group are from Anaconda, Billings, Miles City, Glendive, Boze- man, Livingston, Butte, and Butte Central. In the Class B group the teams contesting will be from Big Timber, Dillon, Red Lodge, Phillips- burg, Thompson Falls, Roundup, Forsyth, and Baker. The games are played according to a double elimination plan, the first round will continue through the first four Class A and Class B games. Games 5, 6, 10 and 11, con- solation games for the losers in the first round, will begin Thursday night and continue through Friday afternoon. Semi-finals in both classes will be played off Friday night and Saturday morning. The big thrill of the tournament will be furnished Saturday night, when three cham- pionship games will be played to decide the teams which will repre- sent the Southern Division at the state meet in Havre, late in March. Fred Daylis and L. T. Pearson of Billings High School will be of- ficial scorers, and Herbert Klindt of the Poly will be timekeeper. These men will be assisted by Paul Bus- singer and Jean Carroll. Ed Grem- mer, Bob Zepp, Jack Scully and Bus Elliott will be in charge of the lockers. Council Buys Tickets Season tickets sell for $3.00 and the single admissions for Saturday night are $1.00. Students are lucky to have their admissions cared for by a block of seats purchased by the student council. The bleachers on the stage and others around the sides of the gym make the seating capacity about 1500. It is expected that the final game will tax that capacity. DR. McMULLEN RETURNS FROM MID-WINTER N. E. A. Dr. McMullen, who recently re- turned from the mid-winter session of the National Education Associa- tion, reports that he started pro- ceedings with the Secretary of the American Association of Teachers Colleges for application of member- ship of the E. M. S. N. S. in that body. Dr. McMullen attended the meet- ing of the Department of Superin- tendence. He estimated that between fifteen and twenty thousand dele- gates attended the meetings. Highlights of the convention were: the speech of Dr. Glenn Frank, President of the University of Wis- (Continued on Page 7)