There were three tables used for registration purposes. During the two and one-half hours.
Others are expected to register this and tomorrow afternoon at the Rib Mountain shelter house. Ski lessons started this afternoon and will be d tomorrow afternoon on the lower slope of Rib Mountain strength in the third as officials 1QCC Cnnrfc Peviou sent a steady stream of gladiators!
W aP0rtS Kevew to the penalty box for various infractions. At Point Sunday Wausau offered several stand- ttsnc. Manager Grant Ronek's squad ed Papermakers.
The total is equal to tance m the W isconsin-u p p e rG. Wuau Ronclc.
Cren ,bei. The others are imermcdiates:Marrinez-Mueller land advanced skiers.
Romk The tilt grew rougher as it went HZrTr,n. IVO liod. In the final minutes, a fight: Wauuu 'between two players broke out but;0"1"1 Bay -p-jiv otners uuervenea to nan ine un-t biii vwitzk. Billy Lewitzke broke the scoring jice atpushing the puck i through following a melee in front 1 of the Green Bay net.
After Uhat, the goals came fast for a time, Davy Flory ringing in one There are 11 inter-school sports, and the Lumberjacks' successes in these is well above the average year in and year out. On Top on Gridiron In th first soort of the school mond Park.
The program, which is sponsored as a part of the Wausau Win ter Frolic, is free to anyone wh wishes to learn the fundamentals of the sport. Veteran instructors will again be furnished by the Valley Winter Sports Club.
Instructors will be on hand weekly Tuesday through Thursday from 7 to 9 p. Conference, ed second in the conference meet. Huntington, anUt. George Flory.
L'Aitzkf, asilst. Tklri ttttt Jim Tochtorman, Tii: First rrl Non Seeenf rerfatf Rm! Bill Huntington p'".
T five aual meets- Placea secona in the squad. Brockmeyer is the head i .
Skating Areas Last "fall the cross country i. LllV Commission.
The slide is undoubtedly one of the finest In the country and should do much for the local skiers, club officials assert. I I np7 u'nri wiiiiui tup in mnin n v f mhh H v. Din i iuiiliiiillijii.
Tochterman fightingi. Tsavks thru rhl rtrPIl ranPinE in Kjver gathered at the Centraljgrounds for Mueller. A crowd of j Dickerson counting on a sleeper!
Eight keglers went over the ! Th numher i the larcest en-'gathered at the Lincoln School 7, was expected to watch in the!
Each youngster's skis, etc. Horgen, parks su ,i 45 boys comprised the. Jones, games last season, copped the' Kelly Park, Parcherville be- conference title and won the re-jyond Randolph Street and t h e gional and sectional meets. Brian County Jail grounds.
Kulas, a guard, was named on Youngsters anxious to test their the all-state team. Twenty-t w o new or old sleds may find coast- school Ski Club, whose faculty adlessen the confusion in finding knockouts, since turning pro -isica urat-i. Receive Emblem j Work on SloH I Some of the children were ac-1 This morning the ski instructors l ompanied by their mothers, fath- and Gracbel spent several hours 'ers or both.
The children received! Heading tne nit parade was ue- and it was Ilores Penn who compiled a on Scoring dropped off in the last rounds of but she yield-canto as both sides began rough-'ed singleton laurels to Dorothy orn by Carmen uasuio.
Riverside Park, Memorial Park Road, the in Neither team was at they were told to have attached io their coats. Others al-said that they appreciated the 'good work being done by the Rec-lord-Herald in the promotion of children's recreation in this area.
UP Wisconsin's basketball team luu auuueiy iui mc milium, uc J Top team is North Side Bottling 1 They won at Madison and; city team and the Senior High sex Portage. Ski Team Coach Allan Gabrllska's volley ball players, 36 inwon the sectional meet and third in the state, altogethertriumphing two in three meets. The ski club, tet will School. Last night's light snow-full helped a little.
Gfae- said that there are other children. Graebel says that the skiers will children can register at the, be divided into small groups so the touring Badgers Wisconsin's poise dribbled awayj in the final minutes and Washing-! Washington's Brunoj Boin made good on two. Miss tiiaa uonvincin, a racuuyi Charleston S3 7si 7ss member, included 50 riders W.
Pancho "TheConlej -scored his seventh victory in s downhill, slalom and combined In their cross-country professional ten 2i;team placed third in the WIAA nl tour- meet on Rib Mountain. Wisconsin came back to go in ' front, and then stayed there until the final flourish that gave it to the Huskies.
Forward Bob Litzow was the free b'8 Badger weapon in the second Rib Mountain shelter house Thurs-lthat instructors will be able to give day and Friday afternoons, as well, each one careful attention, as on the mornings of the three! Second Lesson Friday Saturdays in January before the Several of the high school skiers lessons start on those days," Grae- will spend their time looking after bel said.
Of the children siizned to pairmcn will see that bindings are 'come to the school about of properly arranged, and others will ball in and worked against the "L'lem are beginners, who have nev-! Tne secona scnooi session win De m-viu. He the Wisconsin margin to a single j finished as the game's top scorer jnt j with two minutes left. He dropped Patnoe had a good clean shotjon'y Pits but was a main- with 30 seconds remaining, butlstay on defense.
As Wisconsin brought the 31 Berxeiey lonigm ana piay ai siantora rnaay nignt golf team engaged in six o'lif VT ilkt - S2? The team won three and lost three last spring. But the Badgers did not play; the same kind of a team that beat the Hawkeyes.
Therese Grade personal liability i Cagers Unbeaten school grounds about 4 o'clock. Oil Tuft, s. IS 33 14 Id! Office Phone Res. Phone t Basketball players at St I Therese grade fthool have pick-;lngton game to out in front ed up uie winning naoit early but didn. Lauionc uraae acnuui aSue oy a edge at halftime. Lltzow Plays Well Washington rallied early in the beating St.
James,and St.! Mary's, 33 In the meantime, the St. Mary's, We guarantee to put your problems "back io line".
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