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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, Jnuary 24, 1964 GET 'EM, BLACKHAWKSCheney's student body rooting sec.qon and the peo band had plenty to Cheer about Friday night as the Blackhawks dumped Cbewelah 66-22 in a Ncrthe:st A League basketball game. The cheerleaders root the team on during game played on home floor. PARDON MY ELBOW---Chewelah's Scheider (31) and Che- ney's Randy Liddefl (30) exchange elbows during scramble for free ball during game here Friday won by Cheney 66-22. Cheney player at left is John Marsh. Mead, Newport Due Here; Cardinals Bounce 'Hawks In Double Overtime ,Game E'JA, LS Down but nat out, the Che-]sc2red 17 14 "-' re:.?ec- ney B?aekhawks will meet itively to pace Cheney in the Mead and Newport here in a Medical Lake game. Marsalis pair .of Northeast A I,aue high sohc.ol baskctball gmes this we.ckend. Th.e Bl,ackhawks dropped a hc,a,rt.stopper to :fledical Lake lavt Saturday in two over- tima and slipped in,to a third pl.ace tie with Mead as a re- stAt. Medical I,akes Bob Mar- saris hit a field gc,al wiO 58 .c0.nds leh to put Medical Lake ahead for goad. Irry Tarrar, t also dropped in a pair of free throws in the s,me overtime period to make the firml score 50-46. Ghen,ey and Medical .Lake had g(me into She gaae with identical 5-1 ,records behind undefe'ted Gotv. The previous night Chene. bad clobbered Chewea,h 66-22 on tle ,home court. Howard ad Jolm Marsh The 'Outlaws' $howNo Merq; Defeat 'Kelly's' The "Outhws," a rough bunch of hombres, dfeated the "Kelly's," a women's team, in their annual grudge "Battle of the Bol," bowlirg match last Saturday. Frank Ham said, "Kelly's fell an easy mark to the "Out- laws," who ouiscoved .the wom- en by 269 pin, otal. The mach ,has been ,held anrmally sirme 1962. The men have drubbed their peceat counterparts every year. The year he "Outlas" had a 2,765 total series agairs 2,495 for the "Kelly's." Forming the "Outlaws" were Daryl Black, Bb Barrett, Frank Ham, Harvey McQar- rio and Bill Weigle. Making up the "Kelly's" were Chris Scott, Judy Mittleider, Betty Amorson, Marcella Moss and Elsie Ke, Ham, proirg that men are the stronger sex once and for all, said, The "Outlaws" look forvard to meeting nd beat- ing "Kelly's" again next year!" i topped  score:rs wth 20, fol- 'lowed by Jim Hllbirch with 14. Mike Lid:tpp,d Cheney sc0.ring in the Chewelah r,ou, tssing in 18. The wee,kend spht gives Cheney a season revord of sev- en wins and four sss. The league record  five wins and lwv losses. Cheney-Cheweah Results: Chewelah S; 7 2 822 Cheney 14 13 12 27--66 Chewelah (22)Bidelman 2, Peck 4, Schneider 4, Nuss. baum 5, Carlson 5, Forgey 2. Cheney (66)---J. Marsh 2, Scott 8, H. Marsh 6, Fletcher 4. R. Liddell 8, Yokum 2, Swe- gle 2, Nicol 1, Reitz 11, M. Liddell 18, Bartlett 4. Cheney-Medicel Lake: C13 13 6 12 2 0--46 M 8 14 10 13 2 4--50 Cheney (46)--John Marsh 14, Howard Marsh 17, Randy Lidde[I 17, Chuck Dittmar 3, Mike Liddell 5. Medical Lake (5) -- Gary Glasgow 4, Jim Hillbirch 14, Bob Marsalis 20, Allen Gil- berth 6, Larry Tarrant 6. College Swimmers Face Busy Weekend Eas, tern Wa:hington Sae Col.l:ege swimmers face two meets this weekend, meeting UniversRy of Idaho in he EW- SC Fietd'heu, se at 4 p. m. Fri- day, the.ngoirg to Miz;oula for a Saturday aRernoon meet, with the Umversity of Mon- tana. Spaka:c, junior Dick Grif- fith, who first,shed fourth in n.tioal competition n the one-and three-mter diving events tast year, has won both events in four earlier meets this year. Whitworth At Cheney Saturday tastern Washington Sate C0,1iege returns to Evergreen Conference basketba/1 action Saturday night, meeting cross- coun'ty rival Whitworth Col- lege in a game in the EWSC Fieidhouse at 8 p. m. A junior varsity ame be- tween the Pirates and Savages will seart at 6:30. R will be the season's sec- ond meeting between Wit- worth and tascern. The Pi- rates won the first e, 74-58, on their borne court, but since then the Savages ,have turned in a pair of outsl,anding per- form ances. Eazern beat Western Wash- ington State, 62-61, last Satur- day night, to topple the Bel- linh,m school from the un- bot.n Evergreen le,,d, then turned around Mz.nday t9  w,,t 4own Go.nzaga Univer- sity. The Zags had to come from behind in the c,lo.sin minutes to eke ott an 80-75 win. Identical Records Boh ]astern ,and Vlfiwo,rth have identieM Evergreen rec- ords, 1-2. The Whirs i, ost to Pcific Lutheran Unive.rsty and Western, Eastern to Whir- worth ,ad PLU. Overall for the season, Eastern is 9-6, Whi,tworth 5-8. Senior Joe Alen jumped to top Savage screr in confer- ence competition with a 15.0 average when he t,,lkied 28 poinls in Eastern's win over Western. Darwin Monasih sil tops the Savage point parade with an overall average of 15.7. Other top scorers are Alex Wo'ods with 13.0, nd Jim Tut- ton with 10.6, bosh in confer- once games. The Savages wifl close out n'on-eonference cmpetition Tuesday night with an at-home game again So,at.tie Pacific CoRege, a quintet who topped Eastern, 89-76, in Seattle in December. EWSC MATMEN FACE WHITMAN AT WALLA WALLA Undofeated in intercolleg- iate wrestling corrrpeerion, in which they are parcipalig for he fst .time this year, Easter W, ashington State Col- lege gralaplers will meet Whit- man College in Wa,1]a Walla Saturday. The Savages, eohed by Bre Woolen, hve defeated !Monna State Unvexsity, 16- 10, and last Saturday downed the Missionaries 25-11 in the first ,home-and-home match. Shop the easy way, Classifieds Directory CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimates ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE 424 First Phone 235-4050 O. 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. Face WSU At Pullman Eastern Washington State College wi open intercccdzg- late gymra*stic eame,titi:on Saturday, meeting Washintn State Univers,ity in Pullman. Savage coach Th, arne ib- botts said he wi'H errter a 14 man squad, inclding five let- termen headed by captain Rod Ostboe, Kichland senior who hlds three letters. Ostboe wilt enter the all-around competi- tion. Two-year llterman Chuck Messenger, Centralia junior, will compete on the parallel bars. The other le,ttermen are Bryan, Ren'ton junior. who will pero,rm on t,he still rings; Dick Brown, Seattle i sophomore, entered in the side horse and free exercisc: com- petition, and Don Wa}lace, an- tother Seattle sphomore, will l compete ,on, the h orizontal bars. Other Eastern entrants, Tib- , botts said, will include Tony rl B 'tt'ain, Spolane Valley, hori- zortal bar; Don Furderburg, Riehtand, free exercises; Vern Reynofds, lremeon, tumb- ling; G,ary Riee, Richiand, vaulting, parallel bars and side lovse, and Keith Wrich% Cen- trah:'a, trampoline. Wrestling News Eldon Engel's Chene High Shol wrestlers met Rogers of Spokane ast Thursday They were sheduled to fce West Valley here yesterday. That's all we know. ALLEY ANTICS Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 58 22 Christian Church 52 28 R. O. T. (7. 39 41 Hacienda 39 d 1 Outlaws ' 38 d2 Nabisco 34 45. Brown & Hotter 3l ,18]/:z Free Press 28 52 ROTC 3000, 1090 ; A. Stewart 235 ; C. Atkinson 577. 50elock Mixed Splits & Misses 43:2 32U., Cmes .. 0 !/! 35 I,./2 V:r Fires 3!L! 37/, S & W :WA 37t Amberites 38 38 Pin Pals 37Lz, ',lSt, Ringadings 34  4I 1/,_, Calvert's Reserve 32 43 Calvert's Reserve 2271, 812 ; Pete Smith 191 : Bill Stiffler 506 : Dorotiy Masterson, 188, Pearl Weisman 45. Wednesday Mixed League G(> Macs 42 26 J. G's 39 29 Dis Ables 37 31 Four Somes 351/,2 32]fi, Barnts 32 36 Refugees 29 38t/2 3 M's anal C 29:A2 381/., Strugglers 27/ 40Vs Disables 22g, ff78; Lee Ahleman 547 Dee Ablemai,200; Margo Arndt 472; Muriel Oree 191. Timber Toppers  Juniors Team o. 3 12 4 Team N. 2 11 5 Team No. 4 8 8 Team No. 1 1 15 Team No. 3 1375, 482; Kevin Brooks 174; Lyman Hnssum 440. Timebr Tppers -- Bantams Bench Warmers 15x 51/,. Rats 13 8 Whoa Yield Ag T 1963 State Crop Yields For the second year in a row, Washin,gton armers set all-time records hst year in both amount and vakm of pro- duction. The state's annual crop re- port for 1963 shows .the farm value of crops and livestock produced last year reached a new hiah of $675,968,000, :State Director of Agriculiure Joe Dwyer announced. This is $17,240,000 greater t,han the previous record of $658,728.- 000, set in 1962, Dwyer told of the increase. The 1963 hay crops led the way wth an in- crop was the argest in the state's history at 1,976,000 tons, arm the most valuable at $45,448,000. Bumper Wheat Crop Wheat accounted or 129,000 tons of the increase for field crops. The wheat crop was the largest since 1959 at 71,114,- 000 bushels, and the most val- uable since 1957 at $135,117,- 000. The only major category the Free Press. showing :a decrease in total The tonnage total also value from 1962 was lives:took climbed to a new record level tan d Iive,s'ock products. De- of 10,666,091 tons last year. Ispite slightly higher production Figures Not Complete tin 1963, the value of this pro- Dwyer said these are pro- duction was down about one liminary figures, since the per cnt from th previous m,arke:ti.n,g of all products has :ear, amount.ins to $225,299,- not been completed. They will be revised when final price figures on ,all crops are avail- able. The annual crop report i assembled by the Statistical Reportin Service, United States Department of Agricul- ture, in cooperation with the W.ashington State Departmen o,f Agriculture. "IHereased production pri- marily was resonsible for the new records," Dwyer said. "Over-all, production inreas- ed six per cent rom 1962. The tcal value of this production increased only three per cent over 1962. This indicates that wh:ile in some in,stances prices reee4ved by farmers were. high- er, .those for many important commodities were lower." In actual tonnage, field crease of nearly 400,000 tons. Hay accounted for 176.000 tons Skunky Stinkers 7 14 Aces 6 14% Rats 842 (2 games), 447; Mike Kubs- i)ach 148; Ricky Engel 241 (2 games) Koffee Kup Keglers Shirt Tales 43% 24% B Plus 41 27 G. I. Jones 35 33 Four Question Marks 35 33 Corny Cobs 3 25 Pill Rollers 30/u 371fi2 S. O. G,'s '29 39 Krazy Kates 25 43 Krazy Kales 2204, 809 ; Hannah Staiflborn 222. 5,58. Fireball Chon, ey Be*w! 54 26 I. O. O. F. 48 32 Lutheran Chuz'ch 48 32 Jones' Resort ,12 ?, Bill Hatvh Trol)hy 39 :1 Beehive 27 .';/ System A musemen,'. 33 d7 Poor Boys 19 (;1 Jack IIartford picked 8-9; A. T..&t- kins picked 3-7-10. Beehive 2934, 1032 ; George Schaf(,r 203; AI Dew 538. Bowlerettes M N M Drive Inn 49 23 Hillcrest Fillies 42 30 Western Auto 37 35 Cheney Lanettes 35 ]/., 36 t/ Holmes Hardware 35% 36 IGA Bairs 32t/z 39Vz Pinehurst Motel 28 44 Cheney Homes 27/z 441/._, Cheney Homes 2409 w/h, 868 w/h; Janey Dyek wo/h, 528 wo/h. Cheney Automotive AI"s Chevron Station 50 26 Higgir*s & Henderson 49 27 Virgil'a Erco Station 39 37 Sunset View Ranch 37 39 Cheney Auto Parts 36 dO Are Auto Parts 35% 40/ Brown & Holter 31 45 Hillerest Stables 27]2 482 Virgil's Enco 3109; Al's Auto Parts 1072; Virgil Huber 580; Bryce Arrdt 221; Grog Anderson 580. 000. Prices were lower for may livestock items. For ex- ample, production of cattle and calves amounted .to. 399,- 091,000 pounds in 1963, an in- crease of ,about five per cent P:om 1962. The value was esti- mated at $77,251,000, an in- erease of only $157,000 over the previous ye,ar. Low cattle prices in the last half o,f the year were responsible. Wheat Still Tops There were no e:hanges in 1963 in the ranking of the state's too five crops. They where wlleat, mil'k, ca,ttl, e and calves, apples and hay in ,taat order. "Despite the record produc- tion figures achieved in 1962, Wasihington has not reached by any meaHs the limit of its a.grieultural potential," Dwyer said. "With .reasonably good weather in 1964, there is no reason why the state s;hould not produce a volume equal to or .a tittle above 1965'. The estimates indicate little change 4n produc,fic of field cr(ps." Lance Hill By Luella Dow Mr. and Mrs. Jrake visited Mr. and '. Dirks Saturday aftea Mr. @arrott was a guest Sunday of Mr. a Elmer Tiedt. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jr., Marcia ,and Shel weekend house guests and Mrs. J. O. Scrogi Arm Swanda was also, gues a,t the Scra Mr. and Mrs. De,an S and Dena visited the Sun'day even,ing. Mrs. He,ry Franz week at the home f ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. ley, helping to care mcher who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. were S,aturday nigll guests of Henry ecompanied Franz to day where they with the Corleys. Franz came home Mr. and Mrs. ited Mr. ,n,d Mrs. Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. ter attended the Mrs. Oscar Polenski at the Sprague church. Mr. :and Mrs. atterded the PCA Mon, chy ,at the tel. Mr. and Mrs. visged Mr. arid de.rson Sund,ay Larry Welch and were weekend hou:se Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mr. ,and Mrs. and Teresa visited Mrs. Francis Kuehl evenirg. Sunday nor and supper .t Dow home were Mr. Dale Milner, Mrs. Trowbridge, bridge, Mrs. Donald en and Steven. 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