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WARRIORS DISTRICT 2-C CHAMPS With a 20-3 season record behind them, the . 9rockton Warriors will face the Frazer Bearcubs in the 7:00 game of the Eastern Divisional Class C Tourna- ment on February 27, 1975 in Sidney. The Warriors go into the Tournament after winning three consecutive games in the District 2-C play-offs. After de- feating bainville (79-72) and Savage (69-67) in two close games. The Brockton round-ballers came alive in the Champ- ionship game, soundly beating the Lam- bert Lions, 85 to 63. Culbertson was al- so a 2C favorite, going into the tourna- ment with a 15-5 win/loss mark. The Cow- boys were, however, stunned by two quick losses to Lambert and Richey. • Coach Felix McGowan feels the War- riors have a good background going into the tourney as they have net three of the teams in the Divisional, previously. • During the Richey Christmas Tourney -- the Brockton team took the championship trophy in a closely fought 64-61 battle with the Frazer Bearcubs. The Warriors have also taken two games from Nashua -- 86-84, and 76-67. The Antelope Long- horns, however proved to be too much, as they defeated Brockton by 97-75. After suffering two late season in- juries--(Bryon Bauer and Rusty Walking Eagle) -the Warriors expect to be back in full strength by tournament time. The Team members include: Calvin Sherman, Charles Four Bear, Sam Boyd, Dennis Youngman, Tom Gone, Byron Bauer, T.J. Bauer, Richard Greybull, Duane Green, Rusty Walking Eagle, Spike Bighorn, Leslie Bighorn, Bran Bauer, Jeff Stump, and Russell Youpee, the man- ager. The ass't for the Warriors is C.E. Moehring.# Wotaninwowapi Page 15 Feb. 27, 1975 < , r7 \Here it is. Masked Mani! Keemnsabl . . . Definition: White Trash!\ E XCBLACKFO 0 N PYSCOMANCH IYBEZPXUTFH O TJELPUINWKA B RVTOENQORE IORILOGIRCN N KSORPDWCHI IAYUKRYAKIM SVHAOTSETGA SHEMTEARIKA AEOIOSAGEXP O RVPESAUKIA P TISIEFOXOC E NWASTALADH K ECHEYENNEE G VIMODOCELX 3 SCBSEAIKAW E OTONCLLLWI RRUNNEELLAE TGXOMAHAIRI SIPWRCUOPEL CWINNEBAGOX TDAEHTAL . F E IPIEGANO E NOHSOHSP N SASUYCWL W PHIDATSA AIPOMOOAV P PEWAHIRK AZNAAWOPI E MEVRWENC RAAHEMUIK E NOUPOMOA O DIPEHOPP E ARAPAHOO E NIONWINO ROPERKWEN CHINOOKIE E RIEOPIDZ 3 BELESOAP AYEEOWWEE H IUKKAAOR O NIMESOXC 100 0 0 E There are 52 Indian Tribes in the puzzle above, enough to make a national Indian organization. Porno appears twice on the list as it is on the puzzle twice. Answers to last issues' puzzle is at right. Blood Sioux Chinook Yuma Ponca Ankara Crow Cree Mandan Arapaho Cheyenne Iowa Chippewa Hidatsa Hopi Delaware Oneida Mohawk Semonole Creek Osage Oto Pawnee Comanche Kansas Apache Porno Kiowa Omaha Kickapoo Sauk Fox Piegan Yakima Winnebago Gros Ventre Navaho Nez Perce Blackfoot Flathead Shoshone Mohave Pima Erie Huron Porno Yuk Yurok Hupa Assiniboine Modoc Zuni HAELMUHATHSESIHOOC I - A A A 0 SNIW APPA 'i • • 1 • . 70EHPBMS I LM , TEE. i : - V,LUBGek TT PPHARITARIS DAk ki4 I 1 * , ' N • AEHDUN37 - KHSUA 1 or M K FOOAWQTLMAB E R C N - T D C L • \8 L F .4,% \:Ni N o t P 04 k YYRWI NDDLQST- lAgeNVN; T h y OLFROBEF E 4 7 ./ AHS.E L KK1 , KX B0,11 — LN) L IF 16 L KCAJDE s k t 1 91 IL OJAVie F eTBOPNV . k 1 * L I L 0 \ 1 , 40‘ \ ANT , L E X S AR BWFG JSMe 4 k P OTTEDkii s i lk - PX OCBH CUYP •4, ZKODAPH T IILBUR FT U N C lc E X AOELM OHJEGSHO ONIENQ ENNTI EPAWATAUJ!ME . o'q0LTK REE) ... cR C EL T T I_TjH ANY. 'XMSGI A 'N 0 ' • •