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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, January 10, I00LEWS C TO HOST 17 TEAM SHOOT HERE TOMORROW Seven teams will compete in he an, nual Easte'n Wah- ,n,gLon State College ReseTe: Jhicers Training Corps Invi-i La,onal Rifle Matches a,t EW- SC Saturday. Lt. Col. Edga R. Fense- reacher, EWSC ROTC com- manding officer, sad mem- ber teams of the Inland Em- pire ROTC Rifle Conference will compete. These are EW- SC, Gonza,ga and Wa .hon State U, rdversiUes nd he Uni- versity of Idaho Krmy teams and a U of I Navy team. In addition, the Montana, State University rifle team t and the Spokane Valley Gun Club will fire in the match. Competition wilt start at 10 a. m. on the rifle range in the EWSC Cadet Hall. C. Beats Mat Squad At Spokane TWO FOR JOHN--Cheney's John Fletcher (14) goes up with lay in after driving base line and gets two points for Black- hawks in game here last Friday with East Valley which Che- ney won 51-40. At left is Cheney's Randy Liddell (30). Others North Central High Sc.hvol of Spokane defeated C,heney 35-7 in a high school wrestling match last Saturday at Spo- kane. The Blackhawks, still win- less after x matches this season, also wre scheduled identified are Cheney's Howard Marsh (in center) and J. Ken- to met Co[fax last Tuesday ney of East Valley. Deer Park Here Tonight; 'Hawks At Colville Next losses coming from Pullman, a d otble A school this season. Quarter Score: E. Valley 8 10 12 1040 Cheney 11 12 18 10----51 EV (40)Jehn Frederick 5, Curt Hisaw 5, Russ Inmaq 11, Jim Kenny 14, Dick Manfrd 3, Curson 2. Cheney (51)John Marsh 14, Howard Marsh 15, John Fletcher 2, Randy Liddell 2, Steve Swegle 1, Chuck Ditt- mar 8, Mike Liddell 9. Cleney's toughest game of te young prep basketball sea- yon I,oms directly ahead this weekend when the Blackhawks tangle wi:th Colville at ColviHe Saturday night. The Blackhawks and C,olville are ri4ing atop the Northeast A League standings with three wins and no losses going into ton'ight's games. The results of Saturday's game will go a long way towards deciding who makes the trip to Tacoma to represent the league in the SLate Clazs A Turnament in March. Oovlte's Indians rled over Newpoct 104-55 last weekend to run their season record to 7-0. The Bhckhawks meet Deer 39 squeaker over he Broncos. It was the second win o the season over Ritzville. Howard Marsh again led Cheney scoring in both games. He dumped in 15 and also was a :tmrse on the boards against East Valley. The wins ran Cheney's rec- ord to 5-2 for the season, bth o Meets Whitworth 00ark another league g00erSaturday' here tonight ,as the sean J nears the mid-way p,oizt The ' a, '  , b " , Eastern Washington State St os havent b_en ,_avmg, .......... much luck this year and Che-,oege wm take a o- recora hey is generally favored to [mto Evergreen Conference take the oam_ and oO __d-un  I baske,tball cgmpetition, which f  "  ,a. ., o[opens Saturday mght when __at_, m la,_e rl_ re,to th. . Co}vile game [ the Savages meet W(hivorth Don lon-n's BhckwkslOollege in the Pirates' boche chalked tp their bet e'rt'of Gra%es gymnasu m. ........................ , wnLworth suffered five ff rmi   4" J s[ra:lg*[ lOgses on a rlp t,o mno a  ___,r of oa, me, _tom East . . Vallev and Ritzville qholUah and Southern Chfornm. awks dmved East Valley [ They meet St. artm s Col- r  ..... lego Friday niffht in their here F id,ay rright 5140. They],' - ' ' journeyed to Ritzville the fol-. nome gym. lowing evenJrg n,d tk a 42- Eavtern evened its two-game CHENEY GUN CLUB HOLDS SPECIAL SHOOT A special practice s;hoot will be 'held Sunday, Jan. 12 at the trap grounds between 10 and 12 a. m. This is preliminary to the start of the S-R .tourna- ment Jn. 19. I but no results were reported. A match with Ferris High School at Cheney was sched- uled yesterday (Thursday.) Cheney-North CentrM re- suts: 103 pounds---Dean Nakag- awa (NC) d. Mke Rattray 5-0. 112 pounds---Tom Vaug,hn (NC) d. Vern Scott, 4-0. 120 pounds--Rlph Jnes (NC) d. Bill Miller, 4-1 127 pounds--Greg Caballaro (NC) d. John Diteman, 4-0. series with St. Main's with a 95-77 win Wede.sday night after earlier loing to the Rangers, 76-89, in Olympia Nelson Joins Squad The Savages have a new face n .their basketball squad Jn Gene Nelson, a St. John soph- omore. Nelson, 6 fee 6-inches, whs 230 pounds, and letter- ed in football as an end. Nelson co,:lcertrae,d on his studies when he football sea- s.on closed, and didn't turn out for basketball until the end of the fall quarter. The Sa,cages' veteran coach, W. B. (Red) Reese expects Nelson to add to Eastern's strength under the board. EWC.MSU Wrestling Match Set Eastern Washin, gbon State College will begin its first sea- son o co,llegiate wrett.ling to- nig,ht, meeting Montana State University in the EWSC Field- house. The matches start at 8 p. m. and admission is free. Brent Woten is the Savage wrestling coach. Woo.ten comes o Eastern with a 6-2 a ad 9-0-1 record as head wrest- FREE BALL--Randy Liddeli and Howard Marsh, both of Che- ney, in white uniforms under basket, compete for free ball in East Valley game. Liddeil is at left, Marsh at right. East Valley players, from left, are R. Inman, C. Hisaw and J. Ken- hey. ling coach at Columbia Basin College. He is also the Savag- es' footbaJl backfield coach. Width a 14-man squad, Woot- en has picked eight probable s'tarers. In the 123 pound class, Bob Sartesaon, a freshman from Vacaville, Calif., will start. Other weights and competitors include 130, Lynn Kuetm, s:ophomore, Clarkst,on; 137, Ron Chatburn, freshman, C,he- hey; 147, Jack Hester, senior, Walia Walla; 157, Jim HeiydL freshman, Cheney; 167, Ed Chandler, freshman, West Val- ley ,of Spokane; 177, Curt ByrRes, junior, Moses Lake, and Heavyweight, Fanile Le- Febvre, Lewis ,and Clark, Spo- kane EWSC SWIMMERS I N 3-WAY M EET AT COAST CITY Eastern Wahirg.ton Sate College opens Evergreen Con- ference svimming competition .today in a three-way meet with the University of British Co- lumbia and University of Pu- get Sund in Tacoma. Savage coach Steve Strai- ten ,has only fltree returning lettermen, Spokane diver Dick Grfith, Federal Way sprint- er and diver Pete Carl,san, and 133 pounds--Joe Parrish (N- Spokane Valley distance swim- C) d. Steve McMillan, 6-2 [mer Bob Cravdey. 13'8 pounds--Norm Smith [ Griffith is the Evregreen (NC) d Fred Swan, 3 0 cham ion in one a -. [ p nd three- 145 pou,n[ds--Jack Coffey [ meter diving, and finighed (NC) pinned Frank Rargains[fourth nationa.lly in both 1:21, second, l evc,n,s last summer. 154 paundsKeih Koch (C) d. Larry Goffient, 8-4. 165 pounds--John Warfield (NC), Rogar Chrisiansen, draw 2-2. 175 pounds--Dave Yaung (NC) pinned Dan Getrum, first round. 191 pounds Tom Griffith (NC) d. Gary Ruepple, 6-0. UntedDan LaBrie (N- C) draw wi:h Darrell Phillip- son, 0-0. B Squad--North Central 47, Cheney 5. ALLEY ANTICS Cheney Businessmen Dec. g0 Fire Department 47 20Az Ohristian Church 46 22 R. O T. C. 34 34 Hacienda 34 34 Outlaws 30 38 Nabisco 30 38 Brown and Holter 25/ 42 , Free Press 25 43 Fire Department 2990, Hacienda 1061 W Fifield 596; L. Nelson 229. 5 O'clock Mixed Dee. 29 Splits and Misses 39 25 Amberites 34 30 Comets 34 30 Sure Fires 31/ 32% Ringadings 31 fiz 32/ Pin Pals 30 331/,2 Calvert's Reserve 28 36 B & R 27 32V Amberites 2328 ; Ca]verts 863 ; Ira Ledbetter 526 ; Ray Calvert 197 ; Ida McKinley 439; Nita Cruse 174. Koffee Kup Keglers Jaruary 2 Shirt Tales 39 20fi B Plus 37 23 G. I. Janes 31 29 Four Question Marks 31 29 Corny Cobs 31 29 S. O.G. 25 31 Pill Rollers 24/ 351fl Krazy Kates 21 39 B Plus 2138, 770; Sabra Stewart 192; Janey Dyck 501. Timber Toppers  Juniors Team No. 2 7 1 Team No. 3 5 3 Team No. 4 4 4 Team N). 1 0 8 Team No. 3 1405, 492; Lyn Hos- sum 164, 424. Timber Toppers  Bantam Bench Warmers i0 4% Rats 10 5 Aces 5A 9/z Spunky Stinkers 4 11 Aces 1090 (2 games) ; Rats 559 Rieky ]Engel1650 299 (2 games) 50elock Mixed Jan. 5, 1964 Games have to be made up for Ix)si. fions. John Goodwin 541, 211; Jeanetta Silt- tier 554, 209 Cbeney Businessmen Jar,. 6, 1964 Fire Department 50% 21% Christian Church 50 22 Hacienda 35 37 R. O. T.C. 34 38 Outlaws 33 39 Nabisco 32 40 Free Press 27 45 Brown & Holier 26/ dS/z Christian Church 3020, 1059; J. Gill- ingham 203; C. Hair 567. Bowlerettes M N M Drive Inr 42 22 Hillerest Fillies 40 24 Holmes Hardware 34 29 Western Auto 31 33 IGA Bairs 291 341 Cheney Lanettes 291/ 34/ Pinehurst Motel 25 39 Cheney Homes 23/ 40 Hillcrest Fillies 2425 w:h, 849 w/h; Pearl Weisman 175 wo/h ; Lil Green 482 wo/h. Cheney Automotive Al's Chevron Station 44 24 Higgins & Hendersor, 43 25 Virg"s Enco Station 34 34 Sunset View Ranch 33 35 Al's Auto Parts 31 36 Brown & ttolter 31 37 Cheney Auto Parts 31 37 Hillcrest Stables 25% 421/,, Brown & Holier 1051 ; Higgins & Hen- derson 2983; Jim Dyck 245, 606. Fireball Gheney Bowl 48 24 Lutheran Church 43 29 IOOF 42 ,0 Jones' Resort -37 45 Bill Hatch Trophy 35 37 Beehive 34 38 System Amusemert 31 dl Poor Boys 18 54 Beehive 2929. 1062: Dick Weigel 234, 605. PATRONIZE YOUR ADVERTISERS .. Commissioners Wanl U. S. Mint In Spokane Counly Spokane m(Jty eommis- si,ormrs are ,rig a bid to lo- cate a Federal mint in Spo- kane, hey reformed the Free Pres today. I a petition asM:ng for con- sideratio of Sokane 'as a site, the commissioners draw at tezRion to ,the fact only two Federal min.ls are now in erathon, at Denver a,nd Phila-P" delFhia. A mint t San Fran- cisco was cl*osed in 1955. They .also say Spokane is ceatrally located in the midst of mining court,try for metals used in mirtig of cons such as silver, copper and nickel. The commissioners exphin they are mang the bid be- cause the area's ecn,omy has suffered due to cancella,tion of the Dyna-Soar Project and the closing of Geiger Air Base. - The petition was signed by commisonem W. 0. Allen, Ra, lph E. Umbret and Howard T. Ball. College Youth Recreation Program Underway Registration for the Eastern Washington Sta.te College win- ter quarter recrea.ion pro- grayn for children from the ages of 5 to 12 is now open. Steve Straton, ',director of the progran, said parents slou,ld cal, l 359-6221, ex, tension 2521, or bring their cltiidren to the fieMbouse this Sa.tur- day at 9 a. m. for registraffon. The progran will be ,held each Saturiay morning t the fiel@h)use, tvens will in- clude swng, gymnastics, dancing, wrestti,g and other games. C, OF C. NAMES NEW PRESIDENT The Cheney O,hmber of [ Commerce held a board meet-J ing this week wth new presi-[ dent Norval Hotmes presiding[ Warren Weserma,, set-[ re,ry_, assisting. Plans for the year s activities and alpoint- [ merits were considered and t will be announced later. FORMER BLACKHAWKSThese three Che- ney men are members of Eastern Washington State College's first wrestling team, which will open collegiate competition tonight (Friday), meeting Montana State University in the EWSC Fieldhouse. Left to right ai freshman Ron Chatburn, entered in the ! pound class; freshman Jim Heiydt and junk Dave Harris, both 157 pounders. to the matches is free. Otis Freeman Authors Article In Encyclopedia Former Prof. Otis W. Free- man of Eastern Washington CoUege is the author of an article apearing in the new En- cyclopedia In, ternationa, it has been announced by Grolier In- corporated, publishers of the rference work. Gr31iT als0 publishes Encyclopedia Amer- icana and The Book af Knowl- edge. Professor Freema,a's article on "Honolulu" appears in Vol- ume VIII of the 20-volume set. Encycloped,a International is the first totally new encyc- lopedia to be published in this country in ,the last decade. Pro- duced t a cos o,f $4 million. the 11,600 page encyclopedia cortains 36,000 articles, 18,000 illustrations and ,pprox[mate- ly 100,000 index en, tries. J The ,arra/gemert of Encyclo- I piia Interrm,to,nal's contents l was guided to a consideTable I exte.'t by the resul,ts of a ha-[ tionwide student survey which J determined the reference read-1 ing interests and needs of jun-[ ior and senior high school stu-J derts. ! Directory CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimates ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE 424 First Phone 235-4050 r .B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone BE 5-4410 EDGETT BROS. Good St I Late Mode V-8 Motors Can be put in trucks. Used Door Glass Pix Theatre Thurs. -- Fri. -- Sat. Double Feature "Gidget Goes To Rome" In Color Plus The Hilarious Mystery Comedy Thriller The Old Dark House Sunday Matinee Only 3 Kartoon Carnival and The Bowery Boys in Hold That Line Show Time 2 p. m. Out 3:40 Starting Sunday Night FOREIGN SERIES Show Time 7 p. m. Admission: $1.00 te E bat tl c rrni t r's t Ioles z 31g 'at r Au a, WI fst ch noay Fa wk "y nik, etari ers j "Rich I John .!e Par Fight BIRTH DEFECTS! ARCH OF DlldE$ Cheney, M00)nday Evening, "':: 6:30"1 o 7:30 Inclusiv,.00 .... ::: I ill i BlmUl ll|