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. / ,Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, January 29, 1965 Free Press SPORTS BLACKHAWKS WIN AGAIN. Cheney downed the hard ing Selkirk quintet 71 to 57 here last Friday night. Selkirk is a new union high school located between lone and Metaline Falls. Although it has a relatively small enrollment it is housed in one of the most modern high schoo buii&apos;dings in the state, largely paid for by the city of Seattle, now building Boundary dam on the Pond Oreille river downstream from Metaline Falls Picture shows Cheney's Steve Swegle sinking a shot as Selkirk's Bil'l Tray, No. 45, and Morris Townsend, No. 31, look on. Randy Liddell led the local team with 20 points. HS Matmen Defeat Deer Park 40-13 Cheney Vikings Outplay Windsor Wildcats Jan. 22 By Mike Snapp By John Frost The Clteney h_ih shoal Cheney Vildngs wqn their wrestling team vhored the ltlird straight game by de{eat- orm that ghou,id bring it the ling Wkrsor Wildcats 32 to 17. eague ttle in the dau't3dhtaa- I The Vi,kins showed g,ol de- er .:teh hem at Cheney tast [feirs e by holding he Wild'cats Siday  the Blaektmwkslt o fotr poin's in the first alf swamped the Deer Park Sags , id piling up 22 points. 40-13. The severed al, f of that In the se.cond lM:f the. WiM, dou,ble,header saw Ritzville edge Oolvflle 28-23. The 'avks had little trou,ble with Vhe Sgs exc:e,pt in the spots where a regular varsity wreser lind o be laid off. This ,qn, along with a im,n-}eaue wiI over Chewel, ah o,n Thuds- day, gives the B1ficklawks a 6-0 eague record and a,n 8-4 over- Ml record. Five Wins By Falls Rick Miller ,at 114, Bil Pur- ,'is at 129, Mill McMi]IMn at 136, Kith Koch at 156, rand Gary Ruepite at 177 all were victors by falls. Purvis getting the fstest tRn of the season so ar in 22 seconds. Winner by dreeision vs J, ohn at 140; the score .was 7-0. loffer Ohritarn drew 5-5 witch per- haps Deer Park's strngest wrestler. Robbie Mer ad Barry Herren at 105 ad 193, respectivet, y, wan by ibrfeits and Jacob tbajala, 122, Butch MeBain, 147, nl Barry Amos- son. tmttd., were defeated. Chewelah Trounced A team composed mostly of B-squaders traveled to (Jhe. welah Thursday and landed the Chewea varhty a tlarough whipping 43-15, thus showing me of the strength that can be exp, ected in next year's team. Cheney took on North Con. tra| here .is Tb Lrday at 5:30 p. m. The ma.tch was set ahead a day due to he Newtmrt game here Friday evening. Saturday atferrtoon a l here will be an: other double-header in the CHS gym matching Phoney with Ritzville and Colvile wih (;dfax. GOOD SKI FILM SLATED FEB. 3 IN MARTIN HALL "Snro-Motion, '' Dick Barry- moro's movie of the worM's best and worst skiers, will be shown ,at EWSC WBdne,:tay, Feb 3. evemng. Sponsored by the EWSC Win- er Sports club. the film will be shown at 8:15 p. m. in Mar- tin Hall auditorium on the EW- SC campus in Cheney. The film features the IX Win,ter Olympics. the real Olympic story at Innsbruck, U. S. men capturing the first Olympic medal, and highlifflats of oil Alpine events and jump- in.g. cats came back with 13 poirRs aId ,held the Vildrga to 10 Scoring was led by Casey Iharalan with 11 for Ch,eney and F,bon 10 for Windser. Zl,so see,rin for Cheney were g . Gary Sue? 2, Wayne Just 6, Bi}l Crabb 7, John Frost 4 and earl Biehl 2. Scoring for Windsor were I)aughty 5 ,and Cre,en 2. SEVENTH GRADE The Wildcats seventh grd, era beat the Vikings seventh graders 22 to 15. High pints for Windsor were s,hare,d by E. Humlhveys and Pror with six apiece, K. Hump,hreys 4, Brown 1, L0*omer 2, and Lev- el]3. Gheney was led by Mickey Marion 8, JOh,n, Waddingten, Tom Stone and Tim Morhn 2 each and Dave Bartlett 1. The next Viking game will be played wLth Blair school on Jan. 29 in tle Betz gym. Vikings Versus West Liberty High By Casey Hanrahan On the 16*h of Jammry at the West Liberty gym the Che- hey Vikings wen by ne points with a .score bf 27-36 in a bas- ketball game. As the game got underway, t').b.eney got the ba rand held it thottghout m, ost .of the game. Only at one tame was West Lib- erty ahead by one oint. Bill Crabb was high scorer f,r the Vikings with 10 point. G:ary Sooy and Casey ana- ban each had eight points and John Frost followed with six points. Wayne Ju:st, who foaled out in the third qtmrter, made three points Scoring tvo po,ints each were Carl Biehl, ffohn Gamtm. Jim LabisL Joe Graves arnd Gary Abteman. Butch Nel- son nd Tom McKin,ney also played. Schieche scored 13 points leading for West Liberty; Ras- mussen scored 7. Sievea's 5. B. Zehm 4 and G. Zehm and Mc- K'inley 2 apiece. Syverso,n, Hodgson. Parker and Riley .also playerd but didn't score. Savages Slate Two Tilts Here Friday and Saturday The EWSC Savages return to Evergreen con,fete,nee basket- ball ;action Friday and Satr- day after a week off, facing Pacific Lutheran Friday night and Central Washilrgton Satur- day night. Bo*th games will be in the EWSC Memorial fieidh<mse fie,tdhouse starting 'at 8 p. m. Junior varsity contests wilt pre- cede each varsity gane, w't'h the Savage JV's playing Spo- bane Community Cl.ege JV's Frid, ay night, a,nld Lewiston Normal Saturday nih. The JV game.s will start at 5:45. Conference-lcadin,g Central 3-0, meets Whitworth in Spo- kane Friday night. PLU, 2-1 in Evergreen play, plays White- orth Saturday nght. Bastern has a 1-2 conference record, ,and is 7-10 oareral, al- ready tying last year's win rec- ord. Starting Lineup The Savages' first-year coae,h Ernie McKie, after early sea- son juggling of players, has pretty well s,ettled on a sart- ing lineup. McKie runs a pat- tern with three guards and two forwards, or a 4ouMe p, ost. Trail, B. C., senior Vin,ce Jarvis, .nd Fairchild AiT Fbre Base soph Bill BrXe will sMrt forwards. Jarvis has "come on" to earn a starting spot at. ter a slow start and is n.ow averaging 7.6 po':s per game, and has 67 rebo,unds. Brite, with a 7.0 average, h,as 90 re- bounds, tops in tibet e'tcgory. To Start As Guards lers, 3-3 for the sea sn, meet ipowerful Central Was;hington State in E llensbrg Fridla!y, [Jan. 29, and Whttwoh Ciol- liege in Cheney Saturday after- I n,oon. I The Wild,cats gave the Sav- ages their worst de.feat this year, 27-5, in their first meet- ing, and are favored to take the seond coate. Saturday's match between the Savages ,and Pirates, start- ing at 1 p. m, is the first meet- i'n.g between the two colleges. This is Whitworth's girst year in intercollegiate wre's,tlin,g eompetitim. The Savages split a lair on .be coast last weekend, down- the University of Brttislh Eastern Wrestlers Have Two Matches Today and Saturday ox era high sch0o,1 player St. John l sh Ralph Sharp, and Don[ Eastern State C o,llee wrest- / Warwick, Harrington junior, I [will start a.s guards. " J State, who has s, c en acLi,on in ] only 10 of the Sav:ages' 17' Columbia, 25-13. and sin:g to We,stern Washington 21-9. Women Gymnasts To Compete Here Saturday, Jan. 30th games, is averaging 7.6 paints er game and has 67 rebo,u, nds. Sharp, .one of the co,rfferenee's imtstanding defensive payers, has a 5.2 average and 65' re- bounds. Warwick is 5.0 and 65 McKie said three ,other phy- ors are certain to see action. They are Olympia junior Mike Pugh, Medical Lake fre.shma,n Gary C_rllasgo,w and Bastern Wa:shirgtn will host a women's open gymnastic meet in the Memorial field- house a,t 10 a. m. Saturday, J'a&. 30. Two division,s, hih sch,ool and college, arc slated. Admis- si,on is 50 cents for adults, 25 cents for kids The hgh sckol competition will be sharpest between gis from Shadte Park o.f Spokane and Kemwick hi'gh schools. EWSC and WSU are exgected to enter full wmen's teams, and there will be uatached retries in both div,sons. Top ena.n is e xpgcd to }e EWSC freshmafi  Sherry Stutzman, an ex-Sladle Park gymrst, vh) ,t.ok four in seven events in the senior women's division of the In,rid Empire Open in Riehlnd lst mnth. Eastern Swimmers Victors in Montana With wi.IS over Northern Morn,a and Eastern Montana Clleges ,of Educa, tion last weekend, EWSC swimmers were to return to Evergreen conferelme a,ction Thursday, Jan. 28. Eastern met Western Was,h- ington in the fieldhouse pool at.4 p. m. Thursday, Jan. 28. Western holds a 66-30 win over the Savages tMs season. Spokane diver Dick undefeated in three years in dual competition, added con- secutive wins rmmbers 25 and 26 in the two M,on*ana meets. He :aso won the 200-yard but- terfly in boh matches. Oher EWSC double winners were Otis Crutcher in he 200-yard style; Ri Saffrd, 200-yard medley; A1 Watson. 200-yard bck sroke, and Rich Sanferd, 200-yard brest stroke. The old Vantage Bridge was disman,fled ,"ad moved to Lyos Ferry in the ,southeast corner of the state where it will be re- eorsta, u.cted .to span the Snake River. COLLEGE PEOPLE Chevrolet to Offer WILLAPPEAR IN Dual Purpose Van SPOKANE SHOW I, ntoducti'on of the Chewo- Tw .... ,o., ,, , .ml, let Sportvan, a dual-purpose .... e:py,., y. .... "Y*": taon wagon eombinin Ires- music facutcy anna one sueat " ..... ............ rhn- senger car ppmmanet wtn will De nears In su,p,p 'g ..... o rt erMon o.f durable commercial ehassts mes m the c nce v ' , .. _, ,, .... , . components, was. announced Ve(ll s a lavlal)a, next ......... "', ", -  - e in s o.aay Dy Larry AvertlI, general molmay ann lUsay ev n g . at the Post theatre S,00o-saT00g0000deLhic00e kane. The perfrmances will star Frances Yeend and will available at dealer- begin at 8:30 o'clock. The EWSC facu,Ry members are Willi, am Hartwel], who wit1 sing Dr. Ganvil, alnd R. Ced- ric Col, n ess, who will sir,,g Bar- tm Douphol. Citer'los Pe,fley, studen, t, will sing Marquis D'Obigny. rtwell is ,a, iso head of the department at St. George's scho and music d- rector of Millwoofl Presbyter- ion church. C01ness ap,peared in the Spolane symphony or- chestra's presentation of Mo- zart's Requiem us baritone s0,1o- ist. Pefley is an accomplished instrumentalist ),n cello, trum- piano and organ, frzner member of the Spokane jun:ior symphony end bass s, olo,ist at Central ClwLs,ti,an church. s'h:ip,s beginning the middle of February, he said. With its functional design, rugged canstru.ctio,n, econom- ical operation, anti' l'arge n- tc,ri,r space for o..1" ca.rgo, the hig, h ly verslatile S portvan will meet the needs o.f a wide ran:ge c,f eustomers. It will up to eig'ht adults i comfort or, with one or both optional rear s, vats removed, carry up to a ten c,f earg3. Local Bond Leader Reports '64 Sales "Locally, co urAy sales o,f U S. Savings BoHds durin, the 12 ,nanths of 1964 amounteti to ,4,34,372, vo:lun:teer com- munity Savings Bonds Chair- man Edward Betz reported Arizona Rite Ho Addie Bilyeu Mrs. Addle Bilyeu passed away m this week. She was the i Mrs. Ted Freeman Ed Garrmr of Cheney made her home in Chene3r ,area most o,f She va,s with her winter vacation. and burial was hed in @WEATHER max. Jan. 21 .............. 32 ( l l/z inches Jan. 22 .............. 30 Jan. 23 .............. 28 (8 in ches Jan. 24 .............. 29 (11/4 iac,hes Jan. 25 .............. 32 [an. 26 .............. 36 (% inches Ian. 27 .............. 55 DepEa of snow r 5unSay, J,an. 24, 30 George D. Zhu, man of the State C0,mmission, was a ma,n before he delicious and in thE Methow Valley, CALL FOR John J.oh, nson, ex-Sbadle Park player, who has seen, ac!on in a}l 17 Savage games for a 6.9 scoring average and 74 re- bounds. here this week Notice is hereby giver* Sh,dv rnun ets "State-wide sales fc.r the Clerk of the CitYclf(n,neyl , _. . . year totaled $09,884,304. February 9, 1965 at the q Meeting on 3unaay " "During December, s:ales in City Clerk in he City of 0 . Department U I l(lln ! U D .... n,t ,,, nf fl- Ilnif- the ccmnty amounted to $349, Cheney, Washin, gton. f()r ............. 8 - 2 - Y"'" 696 fc,r the rno'nh whi:l,elo a mini ....... f.0,000to ed States Supreme uourt re- ,/: ................  imum of -0.000 garter*s. . . ,. . . . tllVod.lll&UL in lJt'Gg'lllDc- antities of approxlI garumg regJ, ous pracuees m ,ro 7,,,. 4 417 720 / 'i]o{' each "o ...... ]y the public s,cbools and also a ",r';i2t_J.: ' ,e'2__ker sales/of number 5 Resi&.al Fue:  . ... ,  .._ +, .,.tLIUlltllt,y IJ St::IIIU [ following specificatm'Ps: review ,oi n,e wasmncgtu, c ., -,-- 'h, ho,t for tile ame[ - Flash Point Minimum le . v *c -* ............ .. um 250 costltutm,n concernang the ...... , i, ,, ,,-t five years " t(,,r Legal).Max,m  ( ll:/lll xz ,  d ' , :' risk 1art r*s t, lOSeU - ' I Ie . Y- . sublect wA1 be coBsldered m ho id "T,hav am0,unted to[ pour Point: Maxmum the opening s.essl!on of the oo ..uti,. o onmrmre d ,.ith  water & Sednnent. 1,( study group at Cheney Chrl.s- ales of $356 mii:;n for De- w;ter  Sentiment Sus] tlan church at 7:30 p. m. tblS 2.--- oo  ,, .i  h'01d contain, Dupont additive IN , , m_ t." ,^* ...,L] k e I IZ2'IIIUUE, IUOO. /Xlltt lUU/- ' " Bidder to state mini unay. vne suuject wi l ings o,f Savings Bonds natro,n- tcod B. T. y. ro'ten0 tleliffion arm mE I-'UOILC [ ,, ,,I 011 0 ;11; A,,-inr* Viscceity maximum --'- ..... 011)]" alrteu oH .,m.,.. u.,x,,; , Univer'al st 1o0 Set, eels All lnteresto m n /r.... . a.q.i-- th o .;ear- tract to be awarded subject are mwted to pael- _..., '-'1 c/ holdL's to $43 or o,l F. O. S. eathofSale n' I .... '- .... D pate Supt. of Sch'0ot Dr. ,, . . . a . ,, Che y , fll ' ,,ou of bid. Bids ,,.ill be William J Riggs will inter o66 mflhonan all-tnn hrgh. A rlrm quot,t'on '" Regular meeting of the Play Slated Feb. 24 / Cheney freshman James B. Mickelsn, a'n EWSC mathe- matics major, has been iamed for the role of Bernard in "Death of a Salesnan," he Arthur Mill, or Broadwa.! anti motion picture success. The play will bE presented in four performances at EWSC starting Feb. 24, with a raat- inee Feb. 27. Y[ickelson, son o,f Mr. and Mrs. He*try B. Mielels.on, 913 4th St., i.s.a 1964 graduate of Cheney tfigh ,sehLool. ' Teachers Have Roles Two EWfC facuRy members will have"lbding roles: as me,m- b{rs .of tli6 Iman family. Dr. Haod K. Stevens, Chairman of the del}artmen of drama, wLll play Wffilie Lo,man, ad R. Cd- tie Colness, ,itructor in muc the san Biff. LeRoy Hinze, EWSC lecturer in 4rama, is the dire0r of the phy Which will be staged in Shovater Auditorium Valorie Zellerhof, Clark- ston sophomore, plays Lind,a Leman, he wife and motor and Wliam P. Hean, Jr, Spokane, i the other son, Happy. Other Spokane stud,onts in the east include Herbert D. Fitzpatrick, E3910 Ermine, as Unde Ben arrd LeRosr F. Jro,ire- nran, N 2708 Thor, as Clarley. Marshall Township Seeking State Help A bill to eflp he tmvn Mar- shall in S4ak/ane C,oarAy was dropged into he Seae he- per Tuesday by. Sen. J, ohn L. On,ey, D-lftah. The masure authorizes two ov nore ,tomnahigs to contact o conbine in cluiIng or op- eaffng a tmblie ce, mete. Marshall ,kepis to get s0rme firmmal ,aid in maintaing its cemetery throglh such leffislta- tion. The 'bill aO WtOud male it ossi1le for the t ovns, in combination, to negou,ae with the sate nd any of its p]loM sb<tivisons or the Cederl government ad paivate lirdivklus ad corporations lor joit ptrhase and ogera- .t ion of public cemeteries. pret the Washington state con- stitution. On subsequeat Sunday eve- lngs ',e study group will con- sider such question,s as: The Christian Te:aeher .and the Pub- lic SChools, Ohristan Educa- tion ,and tbe''ubl,ic Sche, ols,i Tax FuHds ard Parochial Stea,rns' mcLh, c(r S,chools, and Religiioa ,a,nti the !'ublie School Curriculum. Th.e brother live in Macon. Rev. Donald A. Ross, pastor, will be in charge ,f tlE ses- S10HS. EVERY DAY LOW PRICES WAYNE FINE CARS THE EASIEST AND BEST PLACE ANYWHERE TO BUY AN UNCONDITIONALLY GUARA1WrEED CAR WHERE AS LITTLE AS: $50 Cash DOWN PAYME 1Nr WITH NO CREDIT NEEDED WE CAN FANCE YOU EVEN IF YOU HAVE: * NO CREDIT * ]tAD BAD LUCK * GONE BANKRUPT * HAD A REPOSSESSION * CASH SHORTAGE * HAD BAD CREDIT 3ECAUSE WE CARRY OUR OWN CONTRACTS * NO LOAN COMPANIES * NO BANKS NEEDED * NO SIDE NOTES NO CONSIGNERS NEEDED * NO TRADE-IN NEEDED ' NO BALONEY INSTANT CREDIT ONLY AT WAYNE'S ALL YOU NEED: IS THE ABILITY AND THE WILLINGNESS TO PAY. SO, BRING A LITTLE CASH. WALK, RIDE, OR FLY T.O WAYNE AND RIDE HOME EAST 3303 FERRY, JUST WEST OF FREYA, OR PIION'E KEYSTONE 5-3055 SPOKANE, WASHINGTON Note: Copyright Clmd. 1-15-if FLIES TO GEORGIA TO ATTEND SERVICE Mrs. J. B. Stern,s and her baby d,aughter of N. 9th street, Cheney, flew to Georgia this week to attend the funer,al of her father, Mr. R. B. White, wbo died Jan. 24 in Mac,on, Ga. and the beer of good taste of the City of Cheney ':30 o'clock P- M 9he 1965, in the Cmncil City Light Building, ington. The City of Cheney to reject any or all bids ! ir*formslities in bidding Roy Foss, City Clerk (,]*an. 22-29) CALL FOR Notice is hereby given fglerk of the City of ceive sealed bids up to ific Standard Time, at the Office of the Light Buildir*g, 609 ney, Washington, for production model include all standard vertised and to coliform ing apeeifications : : ton pick-up, Stan Box (step side, Utiline, Dodge, Chevrolet, ered without rear G. V. W. G200 Wheelbase, 122 inch xle 48" Mir*imum. Engine, 6 Clirder, ninimum Air Cleaner, Oil bath, 1 Oil Filter, Eull Flow. Alternator, 60 Amp., belt drive Gauges, Oil pressure be mounted n* dial. Lights, Cab dome light 4-way flasher or* turn Tires, 7:00 x 16 rating, 2 Hi-way tread 3 Goodrich "Trailmaker," TractiOn," Firestone tion," or equal on split Parkin Brake, justable. Transmission, 4-speed direct in 4th, Axle, Rear. Positive Shook Absorbers, Duty. Battery, 12 Volt, 54 lour minimum. Clutch, 11 inch, Single Windshield Wipers, rith dual washers. Bumper, Rear, Heavy to allow tail gate to drop Heater. Deluxe fresh lefrosters. Rear Yiew Mirrors, side; center iwside. Hanoi Choke and Tow Hooks, Two Heavy Duty Vinyl Dual Sun Visors. Standard Too] Set draulic Jack. Color, Caterpillar All bidders by filin roveably agree to full accordance and with the above to be quoted FOB All bidders to state delivery Bid Form as Follows: Price off Vehicle, FOB Cher*ey, Washington, Less Discount to Gtty Less Federal Tax .... : Net Delivery Price ... Plu Washington State Tax Net Price .... The City Council of hey reserves the right and all bids and .to in blddin*g. Bids will be opened meeting at the City m.. Pacific Standard 9, 1965, in" the Light Building. 609 hey, Washingtor By order of the City day of January, 1965. Roy Peas. City Clerk (Jan. Announcin8.. The College Inn will be closed during the month of February-our annual clean- up month. NOTE: People on the Lion's Club Calendar whose birthdays are in February may claim their Free Dinners in March. To All Concerned Now open for breakfast at 6:00 a. m. Try our eggs and bacon or ham. NOON 'tO 1:00 BUFFET: EVERY DAY ,- AND ME ORDERS TOO ...... O. K.! Our high quality dinners will always hold true. We'll give friendly, fast service and try to please The College Inn Mr. and Mrs. Ha y Ashburn EATIN5 HOUSE Jim Wells, Proprietor