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INDEPENDENT TOURNAMENT The Reservation Basketball League Tournament will be held at the Poplar High School Gydnasium on March 6, 7, 8, and 9. On March 6th the tournament starts with 2 games on Thursday night, #5 team Froid (12-8) vs #12 Renegades (0-20) at 7:00 p.m. the #7 team Bainville (8-12) vs #10 Fort Peck Indians (4-17). On Fri- day #6 Sioux Nation (9-11) vs #11 Indus- tries at 7:00 p.m. followed by the next game at 8:30 when the #8 team Enco Ti- gers (9-13) vs #9 Road Runners (8-13). #1 seeded Brockton Outlaws (19-1) got a bye the first go round and will not play until Saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. against the winners of Game 1, #4 Wolf Point Indys (14-7) will play the winner of Game 2 at 10:30 a.m., #2 Brockton Chiefs (16-4) will play the winner of Game 3 at 12:00 p.m. and #3 team Wolf Point Chieftians (13-3) will play the winner of Game 4 at 1:30 p.m. Tournament Trophies will again be sponsored by the following good guys who all wear white hats, let place-Barackers Bar & Butch° Exxon Station, 2nd place - Traders State Bank, 3rd place -Moe Chev- Olds-Cadillac, 4th place -L & M Cleaners, 5th place - Wally's Grocery and Team Sportsmanship Trophy is sponsored this year by Tandes Grocery. Other businesses sponsoring all star trophies are Legion Club, Cliff's Log Cabin Bar, Poplar Sup- ply, Beck's Electric, Jim's Market and Gambles Store. All proceeds will go th the Poplar High School Athletic Fund to help boost our Athletic Programs in school for the betterment of good competitive athletics of tomorrow. Surprise teams this year could be the Wolf Point Indy's, Siodk Nation or Wolf Point Road Runners led by Willie Weeks; but not to be denied recognition are Brockton Chiefs, last years champions.# SIOUX NATION PLACES 5th IN TOUR NEY1 — The Sioux Nation Independent Basket- ball Team of Poplar journeyed to Lander, Wyoming on February 14-17. They were one of twelve teams from the Western States to participate in the 2nd Annual Invitational at the Wind River Reserva- tion. Teams placing in this years tourna- ment were 1st place -Eastern Montana Col- lege, Billings, Mont., 2nd place -Trail- blazers of Ethete, Wyoming, 3rd place - Arapahoe Eagles of Ethete, Wyoming, 4th place-Floyd's of Chinle, Arizona and 5th -Sioux Nation of Poplar, Montana. Other teams were Running Wilds of Boul- der, Colorado, Wind .River Indians of Ethete, Wyoming, Warriors of Fort Washa- kie, Wyoming, Ute Chiefs of Fort Dus- chene, Utah, Oglala Eagles of Oglala, So. Dak., Satus Cowboys of Toppenish, Washington, and United Sioux of White River, So. Dak. The Sioux Nation was defeated in their opening game by the Trailblazers of Ethete, Wyoming but came back in the next two games to eliminate the Running Wilds of Boulder, Colorado and Warriors of Fort Washakie, Wyoming to take 5th place honors and bring home a trophy. High scorers for the Sioux Nation in all three games was Gary Mail, Eddy O. Smith and Jake White Bull. The Sioux Nation were given assis- tance by the Iron Ring Celebration Com- mittee to this tournament via a loan for Entry Fees and Appearance fees. The players, manager and those who went on the trip wish to thank the Iron Ring Celebration Committee for making it pos- sihle.# BYE OUTLAWS FROID THURSDAY GAME #1 7:00 P.M. SATURDAY RENEGADES GAME #9 I LOSER OUT 3:00 P.M.HAINVILLE SUBDAY GAME #15 1.0A P.M THURSDAY GAME #2 811,0 INDIANS SATURDAY GAME #5 9100 P.M. r s.' SATURDAY GAME #6 10:00 P.M. W.P. INDYS BYE W.P. INDYS 5TH PLACE BYE SATURDAY GAME #10 4 - 30-71--M BROCKTON CHIRF , ' , s'inDX NATION FRIDAY GAME #3 7.nn P M INDUSTRIES LOSER OUT tauTLPTPPTis FRIDAY GAME #4 fl• P.M ROAD RUNNERS -; :JO P.M. W.P. CHIEFS '''''' • • • • • LOSER OUT • • BROCKION CHIErS SATURDAY GAME #7 12:00 P.M. BYE W.P. CHIEFS SATURDAY GAME #8 LOSER OUT ...... Wotaninwowapi Page 11 Feb. 27, 1975 FORT PECK RESERVATION BASKETBALL LEAGUE 1974-75 TOURNAMENT MARCH 6,7,8, & 9th .POPLAR HIGH SCHOOL GYMNASIUM SUNDAY GAME #13 l0:00 P.M. SUNDAY GAME #16 2:10 P.M. SATURDAY GAME #11 7:00 P.M. SUNDAY GAME #17 7:00 P.M. SUNDAY GAME #14 31:30 P.M. SUNDAY GAME #12 8:30 P.M. let 2nd SUNDAY GAME #18 8:30 P.M. Members of the A&S Industries staff, BIA and Tribal representatives attended an all -day OT -TA (Occupational Safety and Trealth Act):Ed- ployer/Etployee Orientation Wednesday. February /9. Two represent- atives from the National American Tndian Safety Council, inc.. Mr. ?err- , Dyna. NATSC Safety and Health Specialist, and Mr. Robert Gabaidon, Environmental Health and Safety Advisor, presented the session. Mr. Dyea and Mr. Cabaldon made a physical plant inspec- tion and \iazards Identification at the A&S plant Thursday, Feb. 20. Attending the session was Fva Bennett. PTA Area Office Safety Bepresentatie. Barold Bamilton and James Melbourne. Fort Peck And -•'.gAi McC . lammy,,Ay4,Terguson.. Julian Shielft, SF., Bob :c - irgtar and 'AS afetitlf.'icer Pdt,ilishdan. ildttired aboVe , 1-r JsrSMelamr,,Ava 7er.r)scr.. 4clian-7hielda. Fr. and Fred DeMarrias.. red at .A4t1,Rebert,-Cabaldon. AT7C Health and Safety Advisor. of I . ,:eteb'erGpresented were: ,IntrodwitionAo OSHA and tndus- traT:Fafrt.Tre;.rlditt,ic ,, . ronstruvtion Safety. Intro- MacIlinery. Machin, Guarding. ,Fire 7 ra;; 9 1; 4 -