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April 7 Election Ballots YOU HAVE NOW COMPLETED VOTING Logan County Fairgrounds APRIL 10 - MILLIONAIRE NIGHT First 300 Grandstand Fans get a Free Illinois Instant Lottery ticket Modifieds, Pro Late Models, Hornets, Lightning SprintS, B-MOds Adult Admission $12. Ages 11-18 $7: Kids 10 and Under Free. APRIL 17 - FFA- SALUTE TO AGRICULTURE NIGHT All FFA Members Under 18 Wearing FFA Jacket Admitted Free Modifieds, Pro Late Models, Hornets, Lightning Sprints, Sportsman Adult Admission $12. Ages 11-18 $7. Kids 10 and Under Free. Mt Pulaski Table Tennis Winners Mt Pulaski's tournament was held Saturday March 21 in the Christian Church Family Life Center. Many of the participants were top table tennis players from all over. One of the youngest is said to be a potential player for the U.S. Table Tennis Team by the time he is in his late teens. Let's just say, he was a tough - competitive player; not someone you'd want to go up against without a lot of practice. Tournament Winners: Class A - Ist Ryan Driskill / 2nd Sonny Henderson Class B - 1st Bob Brown / 2"d Roger Mansholt Class C - Ist Don Dagley / 2nd Shane Griffin Doubles - ls' Johnny Satterley & Ryan Driskill Doubles - 2nd Boomer Sekiguchi & Lakshman Krishnappan Big Thank You to Sponsors: Deron Powell - State Farm Johnson True Value Hardware The Farmers Bank Johnson's Food Center Downing, Przykopanski Clements, & May Insurance Vonderlieth Living Center Mel-O-Cream Donuts - Lincoln Thanks for Tables & Help Zion Lutheran Church & Office - Chestnut Douglas Methodist Church - - Springfield Don Dagley & David Rose Thank You - Mt Pulaski Christian Church and Mt Pulaski Times Times Photos Table Tennis Trivia Table tennis was banned in the Soviet Union from 1930 to 1950. The sport was believed to be harmful to the eyes. Table tennis became a medal Olympic sport in the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. TOver 10 million players compete in sanctioned table tennis toumaments each year. China, Sweden and South Korea are currently the world powers in table tennis. I-= OI