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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - December 19, 1999, Brandon, Manitoba Brandon cd sunspots sunday december 19, 1999 e3 Bruce Bumstead Brandon Sun Susan Boyd of Neelin tosses a pass As Karla Dane of Massey defends in Consolation play saturday. Hosts earn spot in hoop tournament final the Brandon Sun the Crocus plainsman varsity girls basketball team appeared to be Well on its Way to snagging an Early Christmas present on saturday. The plainsman made it to the final of the Crocus Plains Christmas invitational High school tournament with a 79-41 win Over the St. Johns Raven court eagles. The plainsman met the Kildonan East revers in the final last night but the game was being played at press time so results will appear in mondays edition of the Sun. The revers made it to the final with a 58-54 win Over the Sisler spartans. In the third place final the Sisler edged St. Johns Raven court 58-53 and in the Consolation final the Hamiota huskies thumped the Vincent Massey Vikings 50-33. In the Consolation semis Hamiota downed the Silver Heights huskies 58-32 and Vincent Massey edged the Cross town rival Neelin spartans 63-57. Neelin and Silver Heights were playing the seventh place game at press time. Twas the night before Christmas a twas the night before Christmas and All through the House not a creature was stirring except for that Louse. He packed and he loaded when no one could see his Auger his Rod and his one Man shanty. The gear was All piled by the Chimney with care in Hopes that his buddy would soon be there. His wife and his kids were All tucked in their Beds As he dug through the Freezer for fresh minnow Heads. Out of his pjs and into his Cap desperately hoping Shell sleep a til he gets Back. He crept Down the stairs and he loaded his gear his Best fishing Bud better soon be Here. When out on the Lawn there arose such a Clatter that Jerk finally made it but tripped on the ladder. Away from the window he Dove to the floor and hoped that no Light came from her door. When what to his wondering eyes did appear his buddy All dressed with a full Case of Beer. More rapid than Ever they loaded the truck if they Are caught at Home they Are stuck. Now move it or lose it you Ole bag of wind if we get caught i can not be your Friend. Then suddenly a burst of Light did appear the look on their face was nothing but fear. You loser you Jerk As she called us by name i caught you again at your Little game. From the top of the porch to the top of the Wall she yelled i and she screamed with her usual Moose Call. And then in a twinkle she hit the roof he heard the prancing and pawing of her Little hoofs. As he turned around he knew in his head it might be Christmas but he is still dead. She was dressed in a Robe All covered in fluff now go get your gear she yelled in a Huff. A bundle of gear he Flung on his Back he knew of his troubles As he opened his pack. His eyes How they twinkled his dimples not merry his Cheeks were like Wano a Ulberg gone fishing roses his nose like a Cherry. His droll Little Mouth was drawn like a Bow and the hair on his head went White As the Snow. The stump of the pipe he held tight in his Teeth and the smoke encircled his head like a Wreath he had a Broad Little face As he Hung it in shame its All buddy a fault As he pushed off the blame. He was Chubby and plump a fearful old Elf As she knew his ideas in spite of himself. A Wink of her Eye and a twist of her head soon gave him to know he had lots to dread. He spoke not a word and went straight to his work As she mumbled to herself that she married a Jerk. And laying her Finger aside of her nose she gave a nod up the staircase she Rose. He sprang to his feet As up the stairs she did go done to even try it she swung her head to and fro. I heard him exclaim As she went out of sight Quot merry Christmas to you dear and have a Good night Quot if you have any Good reports Send the details and a Contact name and number to Jig at Rig bait and tackle. Wheaties beat league leaders the Brandon Sun its getting crowded near the top of the Manitoba aaa midget hockey league standings especially after the Brandon wheat Kings upended the first place Eastman selects 7-2 at the sports Lex on saturday afternoon. Ryan Sinclair scored two goals and added two assists to spark the wheat Kings who moved into a third place tie with three Winnipeg teams. The selects who fell to 17-6-1, were Only one Point ahead of the Pembina Valley Hawks after the game and three up on the wheat Kings now 16-8-0, monarchs Sharks and warriors. However the Hawks monarchs Sharks and warriors were All in action last night. Justin Boisvert Nathan Gallant Bryce Koscielny Scot Paterson and Trevor Der Lago also scored for the wheat Kings who led 1-0 and 4-1 by periods. Al Lentowich and Joel Rempel replied for the selects. Brandon net minder Billy Gerry made 44 saves while at the other end Doug Sonnenberg had 24 stops. The wheat Kings took 14 of 26 minor penalties. Bruce Bumstead Brandon Sun Patrick Gautier of Eastman puts the Hook on Roger Perreault of Brandon on saturday at the sports Lex by hoop teams in Tough against Western rivals the National rpm standings were released earlier this week and the news was positive for both the menus and women a basketball teams. The rpm computer system basically takes into account the toughness of a teams schedule and by teams have obviously had tougher schedules than most because both the men and women Are rated higher than they appear in the National rankings which Are determined by a poll of coaches. The menus team 4-4 in Canada West Gapa which will spend the holidays in 10th spot in the National rankings is sixth in the rpm rating. Jerry Hemmings players had the ninth toughest schedule in the first half and Are right behind Western Ontario a the Only undefeated team in the nation. The women steam which is the Only wingless squad 0-8 in Canada West Gapac in the country finds itself ahead of eight teams in 30th position. Don Thomson a and Greg Zave Diuk a squad has played the fourth toughest schedule in the country including four games against the no. 1-ranked team. The rpm system uses Overall records but it does no to count games against american foes. The Bobcat women a Only two exhibition wins have come against the Uno i be Region royals. Nonetheless Thomson said the rpm standings have made his Holiday season a Little brighter. A if you look at the fourth toughest schedule in the country with nine players who Are new to your program where we re at we re pretty Well off a Thomson said saturday. A a a a a classic confrontations a the menus basketball team will compete in Winnipeg a Westmen classic dec. 28-30. In their opening contest the bobcats will face the Brock badgers from St. Catherines ont. The badgers have an Overall record of 5-6, ranked 12th in the nation. Other teams competing in Winnipeg will be the Lethbridge pronghorns who Are ranked no. 2 in the country and Lead the Canada West Gapac standings with a 9-1 record the Lakehead nor westers the Winnipeg Westmen the Calgary Dinos the Manitoba bosons and the Briercrest clippers a Community College team. The Bobcat men return to Canada West Gapac action on Jan. 7 and 8 when they Host Trinity Western spartans. The women a basketball team will head West two Days after Christmas to play in the Queen City classic in Regina. They open up against the no. 3 ranked cougars on dec. 28, then face the Saskatchewan huskies and the no. 4 Winnipeg Westmen in the round Robin tournament. The Bobcat women pick up on the regular season again when they Host the Trinity Western spartans Jan. 7 and 8 at the by gym. Rumour Mill the Bobcat hockey team which is heading to Guelph ont., Kirk photon Between Christmas and new years to compete in the Bobcat banter Gryphon hockey tournament. May be getting a very Nice Christmas present. Former Brandon wheat King Star Ryan Robson who signed up to play for the bobcats Over the summer but quit before the first practice is apparently ready to join the team for the second half of the season. Head coach Tom Skinner wont confirm the report but he did say the bobcats will have news to report on Jan. 2. More Good news for the a cats who finished the first half with six wins in their final eight games is that defence Man Ryan Vermette will be Back with the team in the second half. Vermette would have been suspended for the first eight games of this Canada West season because of a match penalty he received in the bobcats final playoff game against Manitoba last Spring. He remained on the bobcats roster this fall so the suspension has been served. A a a a a dangerous Danelle the Minot state beavers women a volleyball team lost in the second round of the North Dakota College athletic conference playoffs last month but they were led by a Brandon native. Dandle Ortynsky had 26 kills in the beavers 3-2 loss to Jamestown College and was also an a Ucac second team All Star. Mclauchlin gets spot the Brandon Sun Orley Mclauchlin soak River rink qualified for the provincial masters Curling championship with a 7-3 win Over Glenn Parrott Minnedosa a rink in the a Side final of the zone 5 play Downs at the wheat City Curling club on saturday. Mclauchlin also Defeated Barry Edgar of the wheat City dub 7-3 in the a Side final to finish the Bonspiel unde treated. Mclauchlin steam includes Walter Lipscomb Mike Maloney and Grant Wilson. Monday menus mercantile in Clisby 229 227 223 679harold Wiehe 279 669trevor Peters 258 225 662bernd Wilke 258, John Scinocca 211205 608ken Nichols 224 204 606ron Lochhead 224 205 605james Cluff 237, Jack Benstead 232, John Laurence 227, Wash no wrench 964, Mcle Hail giants travel 2694, Harold withe 135, dominoes segment Winner 10th Street Emporium qualities for a Side final. Swinging seniors iou Deeley 181 455tony Krassen 176 477mary Klassen 150 368wally Gregory 206 566shirley Holzmiller 228 530wanda Lorenz 146 378. Edith Mcauley 155 372stan Hamilton 165 476ben Judd 169 407. Anita or sled 172 449leu Deeley 68. Lucky 7 ladies Kathy Mitchell 192 501audrey Tomiaki 173 481anet Fitzpatrick 186 476shirley Seddon 182 471alex town a a a a it 170 470isabelle Ferguson 175, Mary Williamson 175, the Gap 747, the a 2074. Tuesday Nite ladies Debbie Nadon 213 575kathy Page 225 550 Carmen Hen 202 540charleen Deyonge 203 529linda Orchard 190 516jennifer Arndt 113, Barb Jackson 179, Diana Wilke 173, Shannon Peters 168, the Monde 874, huggy a 2496. Anaf Amanda Naughton 223 476 too pins Over average Gordon Wanda Matzkiw ten pin Bowling Newell 207, Ben Raine 212, Roz reason 197, Leon Cluff 202. 2ooi 579james Cluff 233, Dave Kaye 208, Jean Johnson 242, Ray Burns 226, Anne Raine 192, plaint "5&Quot 863, Pluck n pins 2412. Wednesday menus Lascar Dan kinds High game scratch 245, Larry Bourdeau do Hui High series scratch 638, Brian Lawrence High game Handicap 2/5, Brian Lawrence High series Handicap 734, Brian Lawrence 128, John Laurence 107, Dan kinds 102. Scott Ward 84, Elmo Robleski 84, huggy a sports bar 910, buggy s sports bar 2664 going 94 ladies Leita Nordman 166 473 May Robbins 173 470 Vivia Crow Ston 162 463jan harness 164 461yvonne c Urtis 172 454irene Kuitert 147 426brenda Lesack 146 413. Melva balance 179 407beatrice 595, Beatrice 1682. Wheat City mixed Debbie Nadon 198 536jenny West 193 527judy Mitton 222 517 Wanda Matzkiw 189 494 Cory Dinsdale 226200 212 638murray Karlicki 228 581ron Dutcheshen 216211 564tony Wall 220 555. T Bird ladies Charlotte Olvany Shin 214 553kathy Mitchell 1941549ruth Smith 200 504viv Ian Hamilton 175, lean Greiner 182, Linda Gregory 166, Freda Satlowski 160, Alice Ferg 179, Stacie Popien 169, Alison Carter Squire 167, Joyce Castle 168, Carolyn Lear month 166, Erin Birken 163, Yvonne Skura 162, Mitchell is Greiner 402, Learmonth n Birkhan 1107. Sokol mixed Bobby Welsh 211 573wilfred Peters 234 542milan Zima 224 514dave Kaye 207 528ken Chown 230 213< 608maureen Lille 201 556vern Mcallister 197,Carmen Chown 209 521len Howell 224 575linda Barclay 211 208 546mixed nutz 897, pin pals 2554, Ron Teeple 91. Thiessen Edwards hot rollers in activators league play Bowler of the week sponsored by Manors pizza. For the women with a 205 was Audrey Thiessen from activators. For the men with a 181 was Ken Edwards also from activators. Monday seniors 55-plus Bob i Leifson 629 273stella Tolmie 599 224elsie Lederhaus 590 221. Wilt Lederhaus 213. Stan Hamilton 212, Marg Dyck 208. Team High triple the Long the Short 3241. Merchants mixed Gary Everard 686 265jim Eastcott 655 263lois Leslie 634 244betty Eastcott 237, Marjorie Horobin 231, Gary Walker 225. Team High triple Regent custom cresting 3295. Sch Rod Lasher 683 248doug Crampsey 657 279rick Martin 654 239brad Broome 305, George Krieser 295, Garry Hamm 292. Team High triple Blue lays 3279. Provincial mixed Brad Ball 815 305jerry Sayer 748 309judy Foster 724 306mel Baker 718 253pam Botham 701 266irish single 274. Team High triple King pins 3634. St. Augustine a Leonard Amiotte 626 238richard Wright 615 239jan Forest 527 224elmer Peppin 240, Boh Dennis 229, Jackie outlet 174. Team High triple Bannock munchers 2558. Wednesday Nite ladies Mel Tallant 644 239 Cath Shepherd 623 231wendy Hamilton 565 225bev Clisby 246, Thorie Lamport 229, Joanne Reid 199. Team High triple Gutter bears 3348. Wednesday Nite ladies Terri Anderson 664 296patti Gasnarez 616 237faye Driedger 599 220derek Sczesny 256, Jamie Jones 229, Alf Samyi Chris i Leifson five pin bowing ski 227. Team High triple Neil a nymphos 3159. Wednesday senior 55-plus Mary Boyce 199, Laverne Slimmon 197, Marg Dyck 191, Ellen Rutherford 176, Kurt Weinert 175, Irene Wilkie 172. Team High single. 3 2 1120. Senior pastime Leo Demers 220, Marie Demers 213, Joe Demers 170, Fred Plante 167, Allen Rigby 167, de Marcino 165. Maple Leaf ladies Marjorie Sheardown 604, Anne Reid 561, Janice Cresson 526, Elva Cranna 201, Bridgette Overby Isi. Team High triple Oak 2504. Opportunity strikes Doug Stobbe 545 184 Reg heal 543 206jim Muir 541 256 Grace Beardy 149,Vince Ryz 176. Team High triple Green Beret 2010. Anaf Adele Attridge 729 323dan Kilmury 704 306angie Smith 658 237dale Moffat 255, loan Smith 235, Mary Porter 233, team High triple by 3203. Major menus _ Doug Buckman 816 303len i Leifson 804 306,306jerry Sayer 777 301terry Attewell 759, Bob Paxton 735, John Hildebrand 723. Team High triple Aurora , 3741, Aurora . Top team with 18 Points. Activators Audrey Thiessen 865 343ken Edwards 697 253hugh May 677 249ron Mott 237, George Torrance 233, Dick Smith 227. Team High triple i rollers 3226. Barnacles mixed Bob i Leifson 634 238brian Bedient 614 256donna Bourdeau do Hui 603 234pat Cyrenne 287, Scott Vandebosch 253, Jamie Hercun 201. Team High triple . 2959. Or. Foodstuff pizza winners Are Lezlie Mitchell 66 and Pat Cyrenne 101. Brandon club Sharon Fordyce 640 291gail my Elroy 605 232lisa Macrae 497, Debbie Fordyce 193. Team i triple bad news babes. Participation Barry Lee 643 228terry Selman 599 265martin Kusela 597 240 Gordon Norquay 226, Barb Martinous 209, Jason Hayward 204. Team i triple the jerks 3187. Byc bantams Lanelle Worton 528 222ethan Russell Yearwood 410 156chris Britton 409 174devon Lipscomb 152, Kelsey nay 139, Glenn Mckinnon 139. Byc juniors Darla Anderson 560 229kerri Hagborg 548 228maffia Fordyce 497 174danika Macrae 174, Ryan Groves 173, Ordan Wasilka 162. Byc seniors Jason Murdock 715 267 Trevor rae648 303 Garry Hamm 586 267tyler Lasher 282, Iordan 230, Crystal Gervais 217. May the i put of peace lie to amp i Pae enl in your Kame Tanau haul thai Leaion and Altair the Yea. Christmas greetings of love and peace from the staff of rapid City memorials team High triple Lammers 3136. Trevor Rae finished 1st in the youth Challenge provincials in Thompson. Congratulations and Good Luck at the nationals. Special olympics Alley oops Calvin Reidle 179, Kelly Rogers 178, Melvin Gonsiorek 176, Laurie Wagner 174, Richard Thorley 148,Christine Miller 148. 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