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VLD, L g CO. LIDI AR V VOLUME XI GREENVILLE, PLUMAS COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1940 NUMBER 2 . e, ln ans 0rmed For Cage Schedule For ,~ CHEROKEE MINE Jack Smith Dies Ioh" IH'ghS ! -- ]At Ad d Ag Reopened some three years ago ,D,il rlstmas Seal Sale 1 ( h00] LeagUe by the A Merritt intereots of New vance e ! UI' ~'~ [!1 1' [ ~ I ~ iY rk after it had long ,been idlei -- lull D~II Tube u ' "----'=-- ~cres~heo~:~= ?d :htehh= I Loau~:n~ardlLlo~nAy, ~sPon, ~e:~ I ~r;li~lib~ B~itttahe feiijon~!::ii: ! i~i::~t e~ifyih:is~lfgh:m;:h~l t~:s~let I rdHue~,OnP~Pgerid:rt~:$!c:dtl~goe::~a~:i!'e h~ lc~!il:yl~ni~ied~i!!i:aatn:f th lo ~e ~tIlyn g/~i a I." " ~ " . " ! ce conducted by th alifor-~ he Loyalton High School, for|main shaft is being dde-ened toI " annual American Legion dance willI]'racy' ~ruce ~iuwen, ~:ranK t~an-Inia Tuberc " so l ' J" i [cmoer 2~. ' r . . ulosis Association to dis- me years a member of the league, t e'- 250 foot level. ~ , be made during the next few days[~ i,ll' Ted Theouoaras ans Frankicuss plans for the 1940 Christmas lhas never elected to play in the reg. I A 150ton d~'1 I ack Smiths exact age is not ~ner. I "I [ - ~ ~ ~t,~Aty v-~ nln~| knee.n, but he was between 90 and / to put the affair over in big shape, I Memhero .e A.~o. v~ ~ I " [ ' [ last fall Other ma [ Seal Sale nlar schedules, but with the build was installed .u ~ ~ ~-~5"u" ' The Plum-- ~ount'- ~ ~ " 'in~ u- of -oo~ -----. ~ -.~ ~ ~ I " " IW years or age.~-le was born on Vl~ ~.~y ~uoerculosls p g us tuam~ ~n~ ~c,oo, chine i 1 is the announcement made by Sam Post in Portola uinc and ry nc udes a crusher, Jig, . Kasd~n ~h~r nee s Q. y West-l~ssoclatlon was represented by MrS. JerinclpaJl ~rze !. Allen believes that ]cleaner and rout'her ~-- ~ l a place between the Hunt and Han- woos are assmung m the sam of ,Charles T Bedell -resident and the time is ri--e to enter the con ] - ~ .b ~'~ ',|-~a~n ranches, and-adjoining the comm"" " "s " ' P ' ~" - amalgam barrel and emtrlator| ~hi, ~i,~ ,~,~h t-t~ ,~ l?ee. ticket . Mrs. John Adams seal sale chair tests on an equal footing with the ~I m ~ I" c spent prac- ~ne mg aance, sponsoreo vy tn~ t ' " ~-~-.-~- ~-mt;~ are s~orea oenlna " , I~ m predicted that the dance will man, both of Quincy tkree Plumas county teams a restrain]n- dam It~fally his ent?e life in the Indian Inalan valley l~OSt 01 tne Amerl-dlaw *he largest n ~b~- --*-~---^~,-- " o- ---. I can Le ion will be h~eld in the " " ~ s Speakers at the meeting pointed The basketball schedule follows: ] :uuey, wnere ne was Known l>y m~ Gzcenviglle ' town hall, Saturda-couples m the h~story of Greenville out that tuberculosis is still the Oct. 4--Greenville at Portola; --LFA~IO~OCT 1~ |.he old-timers of this region. He while several hundred others will gravest -ublic health roblem " "uinc'- at Lo-alton --" "--|was a preacher among the Indians P P sac-~ y y .~. night, October 12 a.tend for the purpose of being ing this country today, because it Oct. ll--Quincv at Greenville" FIREMEN CONTRIBUTE TO If r a number of years and conduc- ~'eature ox ~ne event w~u oe tne present when the car is given away kills more -assess hetwee l~ortola at L~---it |c# numerous funerals for his ]~eo. "'sin- awa-- of a new 194" Ford ". P n um ages y~ ~n. ~u~v~,zu~-','x uuuruttJ~ l . of 5 and ~ p His life was an active one ~, ~ ~ . v ana to take par~ m ~ne carnival 40 than any oth~r disease. Oct. 18--~Portola at Quincy; ' -,w. DeLuxe sedan, purchased from A. entertainments of the evening L. Farr of the Service Motor Corn- An eleven-piece orchestra, known puny of Greenville. The car is on throughout central California and display in the motor company gar- western Nevada, as Rod's Rhythm age. Rascals, will supply the music for Members of the ticket sales corn- the dance mittee, at a special meeting, made Members of the ticket committee checkup of the tickets sold to ~,tate tha~ they expect every man in date, and the number already sold the vat]e9 to become a holder of a sures the success of ~he dance. I ticket as any ticket might contain More than 300 had been sold in the right number, and if you havei the Indian Valley area, and some not allready bought a Hcket, do to, 8C0 more had been sold in West- at once Ladies are also resuested Wood, Chester, Quincy and other to win themselves a car with a communities. It;eke|` 'Phis handsome ca)- is of Members of the dance commltteeis beautiful maroon color, with 60 include Sam Kasden, chairman: ~c,r more horses under the hood and Archie Kunzler, M. D. Ayoob, J T~. i is just *Ire car you have been look- Long, W. F Morris, Fred M. Tay- in~. for, It is yours for one dance lor, A. C. Berry Warre~ Jaster, ~ticket. I BASEBALL PREDICTOR High School Lists IHIS NECK OUT 180 Students! ,ok: weeks ag~ Th s (By C. H. Gall) R. L. Harmer, principal of the I P e American League pen. Greenville H~gh School, announces leant contenders to finish as rio. that 180 students are enroll,:d in lows: Detroit, Cleveland, New the school, the largest number I:n York, ~kicago. the h~story of the school.There Although the above teams fin- are 60 new" students. ]shed in that order, rather than The Greenville Firemen arenot and he performed various types of The sale of Christmas seals is the ~reenwue vs. x~oyalton. . . i omy no~ed for their efficient fire lmanual labor during almost all of sole support of the work of the Tu- vet. ~3---r'or~om at t;reenvme"f,' ' ighting, but also for their contri- |his long life He was in good health ]~erc~losts Associations in Caltfor- t~UmCy vs. J oya~on. ! ~ butlon to the cultural life of the |anparently almost u to the time nia and t'~roughout the United r~ov. ~---~re~nviue a~ ~mncy" c ' P ' omm~nlty, particularlymusic ]of his death, and for one of his age Stat, m. ~ortom vs. L~ya~t ' "', Only recently when Mr and Mrs |held up remarkably well Di~cus.~tngthe year's pro~:~m, ~ov ~--4~ulney at ~oz'~o~.~;~ree,~. " ". ' Mrs. Edson, representative vllle vs. Loyaiton. Felton B. Heine shipped a plane, He is survivedhy a daur, hter, f: ore Nov. 15--~lay-off here from' Chloe " and were con- i ~M'rs. Sallie Worth, and by bro(her, Sacramento, emphasized the :'act . fronted w~th the p'roblem of moving |Dick Smith that each cmnty's needs are dtf- .~ecormng to uoacn Jonn uooml. - I " ferer~t and that each county assocl- the three Greenville teams should i the instrument Up a spiral stair- ] The funeral service was held Sat- at]on must meet those needs by come throu-hg the season, with . a way and into t~eir apartment ten [urday afternoon, September 28, at effective and cooperative planning. ~ood Showin~ I members of the fire department !the home of his da~lghte~.- ~'~v. The conference st}mul.~ted the " The A tease'has a fair chance for !interested in the better |flings of 'Stanley Webster conducted .the set. plans being formed for the coming the pennant, as the members of fhe life, gathered in the rear of ~rard- vice. Burial was ia the Indian year by the newly organized Plumas ~ ~, ', loW's Place, and after a considers- cemetey nears the place w~ere he Ie~.gll [l~tV~ ai1 U(1VS, IllJ ~ Ill flt~l~llL, . ' ble cons~derktion were able man was born County Tuberculosis Association in the team averaging six ~eet I ,and boy, to move the Heine piano its fl~rht against the ,Hsease in Theh B s have a good chance of, m ~nnin the cu thi ar up the spiral stairway without a Plumas county. Administrative g p s ye,with . . EASTERN STAR 'IN) scratch work will be handle~ } y Mrs. large squad to choose ~rom ; " ENTERTAIN MASON~ Charles T. Bedell of Quincy as The C team Is handica~)ped by DEER-K--I~--GR~F ~TERI.N. ~)re~ident: Mrs. Harry Dewhirst tack of height, but wi~h improve- FOREST THAN LAST YEAR The annual party in honor of the Port|ca, fisf vice pesi~ent, Ralph men| in ball handling and shoot Masons will be given Friday eve- L: Ha.rrn~, ~Jreenville, second vice ing technique this difficulty may be QUINCY, ~ 2.---~With the ning by the Eastern Star Lodge of presidcnt;O. N. Hunseker, Quincy, overcome, first half of the deer season corn- Greenville The event will be held eecz'etary-treasurer: Mrs. John Ad. .(@. ~ . plated, indications are that th~ in the Masonic hall and following ams, Qufn-cy, seal sale c-ha~rman, RANCHER LOSES 500 deer kill in the Plumas National the program a potluck supper will r~nd Mrs. Frank }~. Scroggin, Dells.a, stov CHICKENS IN FIRE Forest this season is slightly great- be served. Mrs. Murtel Maunder, ker. publicit~ chairman. .| The e In the brooder house at I er than a year ago. To October 1 worthy matron of the local chap- They will be assi~ed by the fellthe Ira Nelson ranch exploded Sat-ia total of 789 bucks had bedn rag- tar, assisted by Mrs. Alta Hall, past lowing board metal)era: Keunoth]urday night, burning 500 baby}]stared e.t forest checking stations, matron, are in charge of the ar- aces, D D S, and ,Tohn Schilis |chickens. The Nelsons recently tA year ago the figure s'tood at 748, rangements. Mrs. H~ll is 'serving ~ortola: Mrs. Laurence Lockne.v'ibought the .Frank Clarke ranch I showing 41 more tags validated in the place of Mrs. Lois Webb, as- Mack Scruggs, Mrs Cecilia M ]east of Greenville. I this year than last. see]ate matron, who "is ill. Chamberlain and R ~ .Chaffce ~reenvqle: Frank McAnltffo, *The senior class has gained three slick our neck out by picking the new students. They are James L.it ~'lnnfx for the world's champion- ey, Mrs Herbert ~owe, Graeagle, o tle, who transferred from San Jose ship, we Will let our readers pick . " ' " ~ ~h sen the winne - Mrs. ~cman ~ ~n~ enrzr, son uses. l'Ilgh School; Erna }, at id,r oy the following bat- . ' .1 " tin and ~t ter Mrs MaT~n~ ~en~n ~;repeont transferred from r~,~lbo~t YI,~'hg p china averages: . :. ' . " i School in San Francisco, and ~'~,n~ The Detroit club battine" average ~:us: Mrs. Jean W. Clark, 'Day-1 "" " ~'" f~'~, follows ~, -- "" - Y lorsville ~1~'d Genesee. ald Farr, from ~ne ~r a~ey ~-L,i~ : ,eooe~s .~01, York 323 i School. Jane Yakel has tra~s'erred Gchrlnger .310, Higglns .271, Bar. ,~:ne m enlca[ .~ro~,rarn w.l.ll ne In] At a student body election he'd cles and images out of leather and I Class officers chosen for the firet tell 2 c~ eric or a metllcal commltte~ son to Brawley H~gh School. The tot.! . . 50, Fox .295 McCosky 338 ~ s" -- " r ' ~ ~" ilast Friday, Terry Loekhart was clay, The students have learned [semester are as follows: t ttne" of "Dr J ~ Moo e D h enrollment in the senior class is 2b Greenberg .340, Sullivan 311, As- " . . . ' . .~ ~ ~ ~' ":ic Osen president; Colleen C~x, vict tc dye leather, tool it, and to make I Seniors-~Thelma Kunzler, pros]. ' o ~ er 11 277 ~'ranK l-~owles anc~ J.)r~ern'~r 1 The Junior class los. tw me, i- :,Campbell .281, Meyer .2t0, T~'olm O ~" v ~ ' . ]president; original designs to put on their [dent; Don I~mpschmidt, vie.~ pres- t me D Y~ ~ ks~tson bei-s and gained two. ~ew students Croucher 245.P1tc~l'ers -- Rowe, ' ~ : "' ------ . . . creations. Some of the lea*her as- iident: Mary ~'o~;, ~--- V" {4ref~nVllle: Dr. ~V y~. M~W~.ulP ht,ne zresnmen wer victorious in e ' " / -- -~-~,~.$" in the class are ~Ttona Mitchell and on 16 lost 3 Newsom ttclesare ke ~o,~ ~'~" ~- "~'I~:*~'- los* A. : ' won 21, Dr J. D. Covlte,- a~d r~ V~lardv ]brawl lwith the sophomor~ re- . T cases, bill folds,~itreasurer. James Bunker Is class --,~u.o~ ~,~,~,~-,~o ~ ~=~gcs won i~, lost ~. /TC . . - " '|~ ~, coreD cesos, oelts, purses and blot-[aavlsor. ' .~-~ ~rroja ana Dr E F Glanottl, c~ruy. ~ports In wnlc~l ,:le DO'f.~ l class roll 23. in, won 5, lost 0: Gor.~ky won 7, ] ter corners.Pottery articles in- Juniors--Pc Cam r a o r ' lest 7" ' ~ralkermine p~rt;mpatea Were norses anti riders ' I gay e on, presl. The,ephemera class h s f u I,Newhauser, won 6, lost 6. i. elude small figures,bowls and dent; Merrill Butterfield :,l~'e r.~ new h are Ro~crt Oinc;nn t, ~ K, pusn ou~ ann a Da~Kett ~l,p a-~ students. T ey " . art b'atters averaged. J~me in which the la e, llal"'dishes' tdent; Betty Lewis, secretary. Ekwall. William Farr, Ha?o!d Ta-!Lombard] .319, Frey .260, F'Mc- BAS]gBALL BANQUET HELD ~ p Y "s " z] treasurer Miss "~'-"-- " -" - ", ~,9; Derringer,Q Y "Ithe class have been fixing m, t eI gr -]tary-treasurer. Burton A. Wile7 !s J~m. Hatch Nadine. Ha~vkIns, Mar-,wo~ 20, ]oat 12", Thompson. won 15, (ay night, with Julian Atkins pre~-|sh. . o~,n ~alntln~.~ ~, the flues" ,io1.~ ~ ac ~ . provement over the gymnasium, as ~ class advisor. " )erie Ovcrrton, Claude .-~olt, Doris lest 9: Beg,~s won 12 lo~t 4; Tur-~ ldent or the league yielding the|d~in~: vartou~ other Jobs The--will[the walls are padded to preve~tt[ Freshmen Dick Cameron - -~ Shannon, Claire Stolz and lmogcuelre~, won 13, lost 8; Moore won 10 I fftcial bat as master of ceremon-lchange the future farmers l~roo,! Iech There will be a music U-ldent; Ernest Davis, vice -r~,~den" ~ilson lost I0 its brary, instrument room and prac l~ra r t, ~, " ' |lng house into a blacksmith shop l " "l dine Hawkins, secretary t,-~-~ The Junior high school has th.[ These figures indicate tl a" th~I James Finnegan, shortstop of the [and will move it from across the ~tice rooms, leaving the gymnasium [v.rer. Miss Musgrove is cl~s~ a~l largest enrollment since the estab-I Reds hsve a si~-ht edge in 'pitch-[ Sloat club, was awarded the Rowse |tennl: court to a spot ~n'back of i for the physical educa~ion classee~wsor. lishment of that branch |" tl:~l~;n~, bu~ Detroit has tbc advantag.~lLaundrycupasbeingthe~'mostvaln-[the chop The~" have 8cout ed new[ai ne' The science room will bel Eighth Grade--~Wavne ?j.r,~. School some five years ago. There l in hitt~n~, with Greenberg snd]able man to his club in the league, irises anvils, an acetylene torch, Ib th lecture and laboratory sis.as|president; Billy Barber, vies presl- are 36 students ;n the e~ghth ~ad Yo k re~lsterin~ 74 hem 3~rs ElizabethRowse made the ecru de ' ' "" e I r . . e runs be-] " land a m:mber of other new to~ls J/" " I at; Freda Joseph, se ,reta,~3 and 33 in the seventh grade, a total Itween them whicb" "Is m-ore than ] preset|tat]on of the cup. [for the shop,~ [treasurer Chas. ~ Sr'ttth and of 69. " 'the co~bined record of the ~nci~, I Robert Kelton, manager of the ]asredid j / This year's band is composed of John P Uboldi are eikss d " =, --," ViSOrJ. ~ . p p t looks Dke al y,p t, J Thirteen students of .~he. ,-h t,- m era, as com~pared wi.h I nat] club On a er i I~dian Vails club was resen P 56 emb + Seventh Grade--Margie Lockhart, ~:[~INIC AT CHURCH s~x or ,~even game series. . before- the |vdth three, of his teammates, who |~'rapny cross nave orgamz~q. ~nvm-|about 80 at the end of last year. I p~sident. Miss Willlamson '~nd R. ~ r selves into a club, with Bud ]~cGce FRIDAY MORNING championship is settled. I e e James Eakes, AI Martin and[ |The.e are also 24 girls .'rod 21 boys[L- Harmer are class advisors. i . |C-corgePrice Others attendants| p,ent, James I-is'Rap as se~-]in the beo~n-,~ro' t,~,~ ~ a ~ I ne ecc ,Oleo cl nlc zor Well C I r dre s, " CHA'--ER |from th~s district were C L Hall I etary and Terry L~ekhart a~ treo.~- |H. Smith, instructor, expects a m~,- ! n cf pre-~ chool age will bc held ' .MI4 OF COMMERCE I~, " - - 'lurer The class un~e *~ " " - "" ' Th "" " ' I iw. J. z~au, ~4ax ~aruey ana t,aur-I ',~.r ,ne m~tru. Jorlty of that number to b~ in thel e ~Irm Atllletlc Associatlon, ~r ~av at ~he Community,notch ! m~'1't~ AT VINTON SUNDAY +ion of r r~,' ' " " " " |enos Lockney ~u ton A. ~ icy, will haT I band before the end of tl~e yea- [under the supervision of Miss Mar. ~rom 9 a. m. to 12 noon. Dr. W'. C. ~ ~,The pennant trophy was pro-|e-~ their aim the taking of better I This will brtn~ the band u~ t~l,~t Igaret Musgrove, has elected off] ]~atsOnbe theand Miss Ehling P H N : The P]umas County Chamb,~r of . [ " in ~" "'" " [sented to the Graeagle club at aipictures. As all of the supplies l year s mark, or even beyon cars for the first semester The ~ommeree Will d ~elll doctor and nurse at- Gran--~ Lall " meet at vinton Ibanquet held at Graeagie wednes. Ih&ve not yet arrived, developing Of j -~ |fo|loWi,g Were eho,en. Janet Cam- aance ~unaay October 6, at ~)icture~ has been the main Interest This ear |eron r s ." 1, ~'~ ; .' '. " . |day n~ht. The trophy was award-~' I y 'a school orchestra num,p e ]dent; Adair Larhmn ,'ne Chnlcs nave Dean n~.ld in tne ,: uciu~, l'nlSis a very l'~l " to d [ ' - . . '"" |ed bv the Plumas County Cehamber~ ate. 'l'~ne new building will con-~ bars 114 players, with several of vice president; BarbaraRetklaff Past at the high school but s~ates per|ant meeting ofthe enamb',r ! ' - - |tat ' ~ ~ -- - ' Mr" ' ' " ~tate~" " L ' ~ ,lU~ ~ommerce "/'r~e t~raeazie club/ n a uarK room. cnem Joining tne orcnestrx this secretary.treasurer Betty Ann Pax. ln[s. bLe P Hanley, who's superv.!?: and it is urB~:t~h :trke',P'esl']e-nt' ~'a'cn every ,am,] dflring'the sea,on The first numbe "'", -- l year" The orchestra does not ex-/t'n, eommlssioner Of girls' affairs; g T . w .11 DaDV conTerences n. ' . g at eve. memoer,/ r oE ~ lry tnc ' t Y -- " pect to make any public appem- Dorothy Eisenhuth, sports maria- Crowded condit'on existing at the at endand thatothers tat-rested,DREW, MO~Va ]Hatchet, high SChOol publicist]on I J -- - - -- u ~ ' ~nces unu, spnng, get; x--eggy t;ameron histo SChool has m~de it necessary to.be invited. ] --~ [has been issued. Yt contains nine [ rtan, /Mary TOSCa/II, 150118" and Yell leader. hold the cPn cs at t r Subjects ~o come u for o Mi mimeographed pa~es, and ~hock b: so~e -*h:l: he^~hu ::ch ? n- erat'on are hi~'hwa-- p o n?td- I ~syvely.n Drew of Orovi]l? be.I;ulI of well written new~ ot,rl~o [ The Bloek "G" Society has elect-/ A ,banquet Was held Wedne~lay . uu u ~,~u~ z.~.u~ utt,i. ~ y u~ve,opmcuL Icnme tne orlae or James Morris or/ - ~ ~ v ~ I . I I~,~,~ ,+ -.1 -,- ~.o O .USPEC~' ARRF, STED IN" I~ g ~. ".y c se, ] 'r r; Bill Downey, sergcant-at-l' ; mate, refresh. GREENVILLE LADIES' AID ~-,mmona mountain, wnere mr mor accordln to ~ ! ment Ma ,BANK ROBBERY CASE " " "~ ' g Ch. s H. Smith cla :s ;arms [1 ; ry Toscani, entertain- A snecial rneetln~ of the Green ! ------- I r.s is employed~ lady]son The class has ~even mere. J iment;Colleen Cox, clean-up. Vllle~ '~-~ ~ " ]VHllam Brown lt~-e ~-=,'~--'-:-- [bors, inelud~ng Bud Dilts Rona'~J A new constitution has been " ' " I Farr JamesLittl- "--=, ~ i ~,ne o, smuencs excusea to go ado ted which wa day ~lalcd cnder a~rest Sa urds . t",e ace ~,~,~y P,S prepared by October 8. at 2 p. m |n the ' . t Y by Journeyed to SK~'raraento last Sat- " ' 'I ~ " C n' t William Hammelrath ~md R-be-" ueur nuncmg on tne opening uay or Janet Cameron Ma e S SUnday school room of the Corn- .o s al le Fred T Shuma'e on ~ urday ~V,'~e t"~ere She inqulreJ~ u re ,1 . I',rgi co|t, Mary" ehn " "" "Collin~ ~u,e season, omy a sew got bucks ]To,cent, Edith Maddalen tUunity fhureh PIsns for the r~e of vagrancy~rr.d wa~ ha"1 of the navy enlistment den rtm/ent[ " -- . t, Betty ~ ~. - i l~oe ~'mnarty got a ouc~ wezghin Lewis, Thelma Ku ! fall and winter work will be made for quest onlng in connection w, h whether ~er son, Donald, nowin IIn'sr--" '- --'- - --" ---~",--- - - - g I] nz er and June I ~ ~.t ~-~. an, ~mr~s ,:as ~au pounas near t~ze Almanor IOliver A large sttendance |s requested the robbery ~f the Indian Vall~v the naval reserve,v~o~]Id be re ~been ~'eatll-- i "i " " Rank i T " "i ~r y ncre~t~eu uue co u|e ,~or~on ~enera~t Klllea one near/ ]~rs. A. J. Schieser and Mrs. Stark n, one o last year. Two G- quired to register for 'tits armylbackground of knowledge ,~nd ex- iChester, weighing 100 pounds. H~zr.| Chas H Smith ha Wll! entertain with light refresh- men were here Mondav and ~'rilled training draft, She was lnforme~ Inerience of U~so ~"" ~. S announced r -,-, o = ~.~i'l, uu~,uau~aDOr Klllea the ~argesc Oucz that t "-outs for m r'~-t~ d -nd new me,B~own for several hour~ He ~ ha ~ } 1"3 aJorettes will be Oi mbe~ snd s t t no member of the naval reserve teacher in the school ,Ma ~,rer e f lends are cordlall invited being held for furFfler investigation Would be re uired to r'e s r l . "~7st ~-, pc t d from Modoc county. It,~eld come time ~mon. Eight gtrl~ :' Y " " q ffl te . [dents are making in{erecting art]- dressed 230 pounds. Iwlli be picked for baton twlrl~m,