The Malta Mustangs are the North Central District basketball champions following the championship games against the Chester Coyotes last Saturday night in the NMC gymnasium at Havre. Coach Bill Ryan holds the trophies the Mustangs won the conference and tournament champions with a 25-0 win string still holding. Kneeling in front, from the left, are the bubbling Mustang cheerleaders, Janice Rudd, Gayle Hoynes, Pauline Olson, Cindy Bebee, and Janine Simanton, with Mustang Mervin Bishop. Kneeling behind the girls are Jack Kamla and Dick Mavencamp. In the back row, from the left, are Manager Lance Ivanish, Bill Cole, Manger Doug Olson, Jeff Hungerford, Ken Kaufman, Craig LaFond, Coach Ryan, Randy Frazier, Craig Stiles, Jim Nevrivy, Bud Slade, and Duane Walker. Editor's Note: See the feature story "Start of a Dynasty" in an upcoming PCN.
100 years ago
February 25, 1920
The Malta High School basketball team upset tournament hope by defeating a strong Havre aggregation in the second game of the tournament. Glasgow, however, defeated Malta for the title.
The Camp Fire Girls' honor roll included the following names: Regina Primeau, Edna Robinson, Georgia Tressler, Iris Stine, Gayle Johnson, and Ada and Eva Town.
Frank Bossuot of Havre was down with plans for a new jail building for Phillips County.
Nine contestants had entered a local pool tourney.
Mrs. J. F. Kilduff had returned from a Woman's Club meeting at...