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February 11, 1971

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PlUlVnnliuluinl muun I1 eom in By KAREN LILLIE Thirty four years is a long time between ball games. District ball,games. The 1937 championship banner adorning the display case in the hall is faded with time and should be replaced. All of which leads to the biggest news of many years: Mary M. Knight Owls Are Going To District. It was Jan. 29 that they defeated Quinault by a score of 53-44 to cinch second place in District. High scorer was Nick Iversen with 19 points. Larry Chappel followed with 12, Mike Sinclair with 11, Ray Rothrock with 9 and Tim Trimble with 2. The lV's went into overtime against Quinault the same night. The crowd alternately screamed and held its breath as the score teetered back and forth and the win came to the Owls by a hair-raising 51-50. High scorer was Brian Brehmeyer with 14 points. Following were Pat Sinclair for 13, Curt Hutson with 10, Richard Lillie 9, Randy Reeve and Norman Cook 2 and Darl Goldy 1. The following night the JV's tied PeEll on their court and the Varsity lost 68-71. High scorer for the Junior Varsity was Roger Jeffries with 10 points, followed by Richard Lil!ie 7, Randy Reeve and Brian Brehmeyer 6, Norman Cook 3, and Darl Goldy and Pat Sinclair 2. In the Varsity game Nick Iversen was high scorer with 17, followed by Mike Sinclair 13, Ray Rothrock 1 l, John Miller 8, Larry Chappel 4, Tim Trimble and Homer Floyd 3, and Pat Sinclair 1. Feb. I brought victory over x~4ishkah to the Girls' team, the Varsity and the Junior Varsity on Wishkah's court. The girls won 24-7 with Beck Brehmeyer 10 points, Carmen Rothrock 7, Teresa Graham 4 and Audrey Beerbower 3. The Junior Varsity score was 57-44 with Brian Brehmeyer with 16 points. Richard LiUie scored 10, Randy Reeve and Curt Hutson 8, Bob Crabtree, Mike Short and Pat Sinclair 2, and Darl Goldy 1. Ray Rothrock racked up 20 points in the Senior Varsity 70-43 slaughter. Nick Iverson scored 16, Larry Chappel 9, Tim Trimble and John Miller 7, Mike Sinclair 6, Roger Jeffries 3 and Mark Welch 2. ]an. 22 the MMK basketball teams played Napavine on their own floor. Though it was a good game, both teams from MMK lost. Varsity score 47-79; Junior Varsity a thrilling 41-44. [ Here's an amazing offer buy a Homelite E-Z chain saw--the lightest Homelite ever built--or any other new Homelite chain saw and we'll gnve you a top quality, ]00% Nylon jacket absolutely free! You'll wear this good-looking iacket for all outdoor activities--especially when you use your new Homelite chain saw these chilly days. So hurry on in Offer is good only while the supply lasts MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 I I II CHORE GLOVES Men's 8-oz. cotton chore gloves lined in flannel; clute pattern and knit wrists. Offered at this low price just in time for spring "yard clean-up". (HGO007-9) Jan. 16 both teams lost to LaCenter. The Junior High team defeated Poineer 47-20 on Jan. 20, and Jan. 28 the Junior High A and B squads lost to Hood Canal. As the first semester came to a close it brought grade cards. The students who deserve a very special cheer are Homer Floyd, senior; Annette Painter, junior; and Terry Iversen, sophomore. These people went home with a straight A report card. Other proud honor roll members were seniors Nick Iversen and Janice Springer, juniors Mike Sinclair, Millie Howard, Brian Brehmeyer and Brian Clevenger, sophomores. Tim Trimble and Randy Reeve, freshman Karen Lillie, 8 th grade Diana Cook, and 7th grade Louise Wright, Joan Welch and Lori Painter. The first and second grades 40-QT. WASTEBASKET Giant 40-qt. plastic utility waste- basket, 21 " high, 15" diameter; will be a boon to your kitchen or workroom. (WBO682B6) Dependable Shopcratt 3/8" drill with U.L. rating operates at 1000 rpm range. 2.5 amps. 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The sophomores elected class officers Jan. 28 President is Carmen Rothrock; vice president, Randy Ogg, secretary Anita Schimschat, treasurer Becky Brehmeyer, and Student Council Representatives are Beth Brehmeyer and Curt Hutson. The District Tournament is to be in Chehalis Feb. 19 and 20. After 37 years, this is music to the ear. Matlock expects to turn out in number to cheer them toward victory. The Girls' Basketball team won their fourth game February 1 by defeating Rainier 24-7. Scorers were: Becky Brehmeyer 10, Carmen Rothrock 7, Theresa Graham 4 and Audrey Beerbower 3. This was their fifth game and hopes are high that they can win the next five scheduled. THE MEN the American people admire most extravagantly are the most daring liars; the men they detest most violently are those who try to tell them the truth. - H. L. Mencken ANY WAY YOU SLICE IT . . . The dependable Hamilton Beach electric knife lets you carve quickly, easily, neatly. Hole4n-handle for perfect grip and control. 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