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) 7 Page 8 m Cheney Free Press Friday, February 5, 1965 Free Press SPORTS E00stern Savages to Play Whits in Spokane Friday Both Eastern ,and Whitworth, alontg with Western Washing- ton State, have 1-4 conference rvcrds, sad are fighting to get out of the cellar. * Two Promotions Ear,tern coach Ernie McKie has prmoted two JV players to he varsity squad. Jim Kcn- ney, 6-f(ot, 200-pound fres,h- man from Otis Orclards, and Jim Lindow, 6'3" 175-pound soph from John Rogers of Slap- lane, will be suited up with the varsity. McKie, who has be,on chang- ing starting assignments trying to find a winning combination, will go with his big guns. Jack State, 6'8" Spokane junior; Ralph Sharp, 5'11" St. John soph, and Dan Warwick, 5'11" Harrington junior, will be he guards. Bill Brite, 6'5" soph from Fairchild Air Force Base, and 6'6" John J,hnson, Spo- kane freshman frown Shadle Park, will be forwards. Has Good Record State, who has been turning Eostevn Washington State CoIlege was scheduled to meet Gonzaga Uivesity last nigN in the Spokane Coliseum in the 'ann,u,al Cage Bowl basketball game, the only game slated be- tween 'the two Spokane county schools this year. The Savages will have Friday ,off be,fore sarting their sec- ond round .of Evergreen conference play Saturday ni,ght, famng Whitworth in Spokane. tastevn downed the Pirates in the first Evco game, 66-64 in overtime, but Saturday the Pirates will have the home court advantage. bounds in Evco competition, le,ading the Savage squad, ,and has 96 in all games, topped only by Brite, who has 99. Sharp has a 5.4 scoring aver- age, Warwick 4.2. Brite is averagin,g 7.2 points in conderence games, and Joihn- son is 9.0, with 86 rebounds in ,all games. Subs Named TrM1, B. C., senor Vince Jar- vis will see action in relief of Johns(m, and Olymlia junior Mike Pugh is slated to go in for Brite. Jarvis, searing 8.6 n Evco games, ',las 82 rebounds in iall coness. Pug!h has a 10.3 average in all games, is 9.0 in conrferen,ce scoring, and has 51 total rebounds. ROTC 44 40 Wilson Homes 43 41 Free Press 42 42 Outlaws 41 43 Nabisco 40 44 Brown & Halter 25 59 George Fosum 236, 605 ; Wil.on Homes 1053" Fire Department 3007 Ceney Automotive Al's Chevron  Station 55 37 n stellar performances in re-iRateliffe Ford 49 421/j cent games, has a 8.7 scoring HillcrestEddy's ShoeStablesShOp 4846 4446 average in all games, but a Higgins 1A Hendersor* 43V_, 481/. 13.2 average in confeTlce ] CheneySUnSet AutoView PartsRanch 4243 5049 c,,maetition. He has 60 re- Brown a HoUe 41 51 Cherey Auto Parts 2916, 1055; Dick Weige1568; Don Goodwin 220. Koffes Kup Keglers ALLEY ANTICS j BPiedplusPipers 44471/ 281/'332 4 Questions 4OVa 351 (Week of January 29) i Krazy Kates 37 39 Wednesday Mixed Pillrollers 35 41 Yard Birds 47 29 Cluster Busters 35 41 Beke Your*g 43 82/ Shirt Tales 34 42 Refugees 42 84 OY's 30 46 J. B,'s 41 35 Pied Pipers 2103 ; Shirt Tales 780 ; Buckaroos 37 39 Martha Kirchoff 190; Janey Dyck 487. Winar-Davis 34 42 Wednesday Night Mixed Kin Wins 331/ 42 Beke-Young 491/ 341/J Dis Ables  26 0 Yard Birds 48 36 Refugees 342; J. B.'s 826; Charles Refugees 46 38 Proctor 572, 234; Margb Arndt 496; Pat J" B.'s 46 38 McKinley 17g. Winans-Davis 39 49 50cleek Mixed Buckaroos 38 46 Four F's 47 33 Kin Wins 37/ 461/2 Pin Pals 44 36 Dis bles 32 52 Fugitive 42 8 Beke-Young 2242, 817 ; Gordy Yourg G. I. Joes 40 39 214 575; Ida McKinley 185, 476. Calvertt's Reserve 38 42 Amberites 37100 College Swimmers Splits- & Misses 37 43 Has Beena 34 46 Culverts Reserve 2384, 895; Jim Hep- ton 209, 539; Lois Merrill 183, 466. Face Two Foes in Betty Beard picked up 6, 7, 10 plit. Edith Calvert ]picked up 6, 7, l0 split. " . Ftrcbldl Fieldhouse Today Jones Resort 43 33 Bill Hatch 40 35/  System Amusement 36 40 Luthera5 Church 36 40 i. o. o. F. Ledge 27 49 lilastern Washington State Lutherar# Church 29SO; Poor Boys College si:mme,rs face two 1026; Henry Mickelson 539; Cecil An- derson 211. Evergreen conference teams, Dee Ableman picked up 6,7 split. UniversRy of Puget Sound and Koffee Kup Keglers Pied Pipers 43]/ 28 htworth College, in a mee B Plus 42 30 in the EWSC Memorial field- 4 Questiog 38 33 Krazy Kales 35 37 hou,se at 4 p. m. th Friday. Pillrollers 33 39 The Savages ost 63-27 o Cluster Busters 33 39 Shirt Tales 32 40 UPS in Tacom:a in the season's OY's 30 42 opening match, and downed B Plus 2182, 768; Janey Dyck 574 222. Whitworth, 52-36, ast week. Janey Dyck beat the season high of Dick Griffith, Spokane sen- 573 with a 574. Cheney Businemen Fire Departmert 50 30 R. O. T. C. 44 36 Edgett Bros. 44 36 Wilson Homes 42 38 Free Press 42 38 Outlaws 37 43 Nabisco 37 43 Brown & Holter 24 56 Don Nusser 221, 561  Free 1030, 2956. Cheney Automotive Al's Chevron, Station 54 84 Eddys Shoe Shoo 47 41 Ratcliffe Ford 46 41 Hillerest Stables 43 45 Sunset View Ranch 42 46 Higgir & Henderson 40z/ 47, Brovn & Halter 40 4"8 Cherey Auto Partys 39 49 Eddy's Shoe Shop 2895; Al's Chevron Station' 1013; James Dyck Wednesday Mixed 651' 247. Yard Birds 48 32 Beke Young 461/ 33] Refugees 45 35 J.B.'a 42 38 Buckaroos 38 42 Kin Wins 36 43/ Winans Davis 35 45 Dis Ables ' 29 51 Beke Young 2309, 817; Gordy Young 234, 591; Ida McKinley 176; Jean Beke 439. Bowlerettes 5 Bees 52 28 Bill's Jills 46 34 Hillcrest 44 36 M N M 43,/ 36 Kelly's Taverr 41 39 Bair's IGA 36z 43/2 LiPs Curls 34 36 WilsoWs Premiums 23 57 M N M 2699, 915; Ida McKinley 509, 199. (Week of February 5) Fireball Poor Boys 45' 341 Bill Hatch 44 35b Jones Resort 44 36 System Amusement 40 40 Lutheran Church 39 41 I. O. O. F. 27 53 Bill Itatcb 2980, 1040; Ray Solgay]o 205 ; Jack Hartford 526. 5 O'clock Mixed Doubles Four F's 50 34 Pin Pals 48 36 Fugitives 42 42 G. I. Joss 41/ 42 Calverts Reserve 41 43 Splits & Misses 39 45 Amberites 38/ 45J Has Beens 36 48 Blackhawk Matmen I COLLEGEGO TO MISSOuLAMATMEN Give Nodh Central i SATURDAY, FEB. 6 1astern W, ashing>hyn , Sate Hard Time Jan. 28th oo,,,,,o wresevs, five ,ad five for the se,as, meet poverful Bair's IGA 2724; 5 Bees 936; Dalton 497, 203. Cheney Businessmen Fire Department Edgett Bros. Mona By Mike Snapp Dust Thursdaty nigh the Cheney B:lackhawk wrestl'ers gave a possible review to their chaees at the district matches by utmost slocking the North Central Idians o,f Spokane. Even with some key varsity wrestlers sidelined, Chen ey stayed with the bigger Spokane league tea,m a'l] the way in the thrilh,lg match, losing by the small marggin of 23-20. The teams from Spokane wil'l be the only major op,o- sition that the Blackhawls will face in the sub.district and dis- trict matches to be hed a,t Cen- tral Valley and West Valley on Feb. 19-20. Coach Engel hopes this fine showing aainst Montana State in a match in Missouh Saturday afternoon. The Savages, who, lost 254' to the Motanans in th, e sason's opemng match, will be with- out the ex-Leis arid Cl,ark 137- pmmder and top Eastern win- neT, Chuck>n, with a 6-2 record. Gross'man s hos- pitalized with an ear inflection that will keep him ou,t of ac- tion the rest of the season. Coach Brent Woolen expects his inexperienced grapglers to make a better showin,g than in the first MSU match, tits two top wrestlers are Dave Harris, 147,pounder fro,m Gheney, and Ed Chandlbr, 167, ex-West Val- ley high schooter, each with 5-2 records. will be a good North Central the district fin- indication for als. Results Given t Amber Eagles Win 105--Alan Scott. C, p. Don[ Walker. :56 3rd; l14---Rick,First Game Friday Miller, C. p. Cliff Wavra; 1:30 I 2rid; 122--Dale Sekijima, Nc,,Fr0m Vikings 7 d. Mike Rattray, 6-4; 129--Bi111 Purvis, C, d. Jerry ostels:cy, [ 7-5; 135--Mike A'llee, NC, d. By John Frost Tom Showalter, 9-6; 140--Gary Buch, NC, d. Frank Raains, &2; 156--Keith K,oe'h, C, drew with Larry Goffinet, 4-4; 167 --Ricky Gi, ampetri, NC, d. Rog- er Christianson, 7-2; 177Gary R, uelaple, C won by forfeit mrer Jerry Steiner; 193 Jack Reynolds, NC, d. Darrell Phil- ipson, 8-3; Unltd.--Dan Le- Brie, NC, d. Daffy H-'Rm, 2-0. Ritzville Defeated This Saturday the grap,plers handed Ritzvie a 42-10 chu'mp- ing to boost Cheney's l,ague record to 7-0. Key pins were produced by Rick Mi,l]er at 114, Bill Pu,rvis ,a 129, Butch McBain at 140, Terry. Komd at 147, Paul Si, bley at 193 and Darrel'l Phtllipson at Heavy- weight. On Feb. 4 Cle:ney w',l look for its second win ove arch- riat Medical Lake in the Car- dirals' gym at 5:30, and Tues. 4ay, Feb. 9, Ootfx wilt come to Cbeney for a match at 5:30. HAWKS WINTWO: WEEKEND GAMES Phoney beat Riverside Tues- day night 44-34 in Northeast A league basketball .action. Dick Yokum led the Blarckhw with 17 points. Oheney vamped Newport 60-35 here Friday arid lost tG Medical Lake 54-42 Satiny. Bob Bartlett led hhe Phgck, hawks with 17 against Near- port ,and Phil Peterson had 12: fr Newport: ' ..... ' Dick Yokum vas gh'sr- er affainst Medical Lake wRh ]4 while Bob Bell led tle Car- dinals with 18. Toig,ht the Bh,ckawks play Kettle Fails lmre .and tomor- row night they face East Val- ley there. tar, undefeated in diviag in three years ,of dual me,e com- petition, will be after vi,ctories number 29 and 5'0: Rich San- ford, Spokane sophom,ove, also accounted for two E.a:teva wins last week against Western WaShington Sate and Whit- worth, win.nirg the 200yard breast sroke in both meets. Amber Eagles won their first ame this season by defeating the Cheney Vikings 7th grad- ers 39 to 15 ta,st Friday a Betz school. Amber was Ied by John Jor- dan with 21 poin's and Che- ney by Miekely Marion with 6 po!,nts. The Eagl,es got off to a fast start and led .all the way. They: snowed good defen,se bey hold- ing the Vikings to 5 points in, the first ,half and vac.king up 15 points. The Vikings came ba,ck with I0 pints in the second half! but Amber kept on piing up i patrols ,and scoring to victory, i Scoring for Cheney were Mickey 1Vhrion 6, Barry Giles, Mike Graves and John Wad- dington 2 each, and Dave Barb Iett 4. For Ambor John Jordan scored 21 ponts, Doug Lewis, Neis Oordil,1 ,and Frank Best 2 each, Jim Ba, tz 6 and Pau] Lucas 6. The Gheney eighth grade girs were defeted by the Am/ ber girts the same day in a hihriou,s:basketbaU game. EWSC GYMNASTS; TAKINGON U. W, coAST zo00Xv reeted F_,astem Vh- ington gtate CoRege .gym'rsts go ,agairst their toughest dual competRiOn Friday when they meet the University of Wash- ington team in Svatfle. The Savages, wlm have a 71.'- 48.5 win ,over the University of Oregon, and an 83-35 vic- tory over WSU, were the only team to s cove move than 50 points against the Huskies last year. Eastern witl meet the Uni- versity of B,rtish Columb,fa Saturday in Vancouver. Coach Thorne Tbbitts has had dou, ble wins from captain Ted Bryant, RerAo, on the still rings; Mike Garvin, Seat- le, side horse, and Chuck Mes- senger, Chehais, on the paral- lel bars. Tibbitts i's hoping for three win,s in a vow. Betz Boys Defeat Girls at Pep Rally By John Frost Cheer leaders Qail Michael- n, Lin'da Nelson, Kathy Mc- Ki,n,ey, and Jackie Ph:Lt]eo led i a Pep Rally" at Betz schoo i Friday morning. There were two 5-minute basketball ames between the 8th grade gls and the 8th grade boys teams. A few odds w:re aainst the boys such as girl,s getting a 15 poirt handicap, no fouls cMted on the girls, boys got o,ny 3 dribbles and girls had as many as they wanted, b0ys had to guard 6 feet away, the re.leT- ees were girls. The boys tost the first game but won ghe second in a thril ]er. With seco*nd:s left to py. the girts had the hall out of bounds. Joh, n Frost intercept- ed the pass in and dribbled it to Wayne Just, wbo firefl it to Bill Crabb. Crabb shot and missed but C:asey Hanrah,an got the rebound and put it through the heap for a winning basket, making the final sears 21 to 22 fo,r the boys. Cheney Vikings Crush Blair By Casey Hanrahan Last F:i:day, Jan. 29, the Cheney Vikings arid Blair play- ed a exciting basketball game in the Betz gym. The Vikings held Blair to 14 points in the first half and only 8 more points in the sec- ond half with a final score of 22. Cheney scored 22 poines in the first hal and another 22 in the second hal, f. Bill Crabb led Cheney iwth 13 poirts antd Gil Hodginess ted Blair with 10 prints. Other seoving for Cheney went as follows: Gary Sooy 12, Cas.ey Hanrahan 9, John Fo,st ad Wayne Just 4 each, ao,hn Gamon 2 and Carl Biehl 1. Draper and Pe each ,had 4 points for Bhir and Beach ,and Haidey scored 2 loin,ts e,aeh. College Gels Play Whitworth Tonight 'Defending Ch'amions open EZYSC women's P, ime League lsketba competition this eve- i m.g against Wltworth Col- lege in the fieldhose startin'g at 7!30 p. m. . Ooaeh Vi, rginia san las six vete;an returng: Doris Pefffer and Ruth Pieterson, kane; Betty I)orsay, Pres- cott; J, anice Edwards, Malo; Lin P0ters, V,aeyfovd, and Joy Wood, Okanogn. The complete Pine League sehedtde: Feb. 4, Whitwovth, here; 7:30 p. m.; Feb. 11, Gonzago, le,re, 7:30 p. m.; Feb. 12, Wash- ington Sate, he,re, 4:30 p. m.; Feb. 16, Whitvoh, th,ere, 7:30 p. m.; Feb. 18, Gov_zaga, there, 7:30 p. m., and Feb. 19, Clum, bia Basin College, Pasco, 4:30 p. m. Dimes March Hiker From Ephrata Stops In Cheney Saturday An unusual visitor stop- ped off at Cheney and visit- ed The Free Press last Sat- urday. He was Pete Bogenreif of Ephrata who had walked the highway the 128 miles to Cheney en route to. Spokane in the interest of the March of Dimes. His companion Jack Clayton drove ahead of him in a camper outfit. The two men left Ephrata on Thursday, Jan. 28, and ar- rived in Spokane Sunday, Jan. 31. Bogenreif suffered stormy weather and fog on his long trek. Ken Hupp, Spokane, state representative for the March c.f Dimes, said this week that due to bad weather and flceding in 14 areas the fund campaign will continue through Feb. 13 and that late contributions will be apprzc- ietd. ]McCosh Exhibit of Oil & Water Colors Stays lhru February : Oil and water colors by Da- vid J. McC:ash, University of Orc,go.n pto,fessor of art, will be exhibited at the EWSC Al- ley Gallery starting Friday, Feb. 5. McCos,h, recognized as one of the finest painters in the country, has exhibited in many one-man, invitai,oal and jur- ie.d shows. He is represented in many cotIeetions including those at Vhe Portland and Se- attle Art Museums and Wlfit- ney Museum of Art. He has received several corn- miss'ions for murals induding two at the Department of the Interior in Washington, D. C. He has traveled and !ainted in Canada, Mexico and throuh- out Europe and has served as juror for many na,tional and regional exhibits. The EWSC Alley Gallery is open from 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. daily except Saturday and ad- mission is free. The McCo,s.h exhibit will continue through February. Spaghetti Dinner Windsor School P. T. have ,a spaghetti dinner day, Feb. 6, from 5 to in the school room. Del Bareiter, the meal wiU be the school's head served buffet style eral mhe,rs in menu includes lie bread, sal, ad, ice coffee or kolade. Profits from the to be placed in the improvement fund. 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