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CHS Wrestlers, Hoop Team ]0n High Note with Gwe Indians Bad Weekend IFive Straight Wins By Mike Snapp I By Rodney Reed Colville fans will indeed remember the weekend of Feb. Although the Blackhawk bas- 12 and 13 ,as a bad one at Cheney, ,as the Blackhawk wrestlers blanked the hapless Indian grapolers 52-0 and the 'Hawk bas- ketball team upset first phce Colville 62-53. The wrestlers ap- peared to do n:ohing wrong as they stormed through the Co- villa ranks holding the Italians pointless, a rarity in amateur wrestling. Biackhawk mat" men racked up eight pins and fou decisions in the spirited match. Results Given Tlmse planning their oppon- ents were Allar, Scott, 106, in 1:41 1st, Rick Miller, 115, in :14 2nd., Vern Scott, 123, in :36 2rid., Bill Purvis, 130, in :24 2rd., Frank lagains, 148, in 1:58 lst., Keith Koch, 157, in :28 lst., Mike Snapp, 178, in 1:49 lst., and Barry H.orten, Unltd., ,in :54 1st. John Dite- man at 136 decisioned his op- ponent 2-1; Terry Konrad up- set his: mar 6-4; Roger Christ- ianso.n repeated with a 9-0 win; Darrell Phillipson outpointed his ,opponent 7-0. Refereeing Criticized In the hst match 'of the sea- son, Feb. 13', Pulhnan traveled to Cheney to beat the Bhck- hawks, 26-17 in a n,on-league thriller. Cheney was evenly matched with the Pullman team as could be seen by the three draws in the match, but E d it seemed th, at neitrher team Savages r could compete with the refer- ee. The difference in the score L g P has to be accounted to the fact ea ue ay th!at Cheney was affected by questionable decisions in c[os- On Weekend er matches. getbM1 team tins no chance ,of state honors this ate in the game, team spirit is at a peak. In the last five gaines, the 'Hawks have made an al]-o,ut effort to end the season on a high note, defeating Kas Val- ley 67-44, Drear Park 71-30 nd 77-47, and Colville 62-53. The 'Hawks also be, at Kettle lal'ls 58-50 in a make-up game. The East Valley Knights and the' Colville Indians were rated third and fourth respectively in l state standins, t Much credit for the string of victories and upsets must go to Dick Yocum, Bob Bartlett and Gary Rietz. These players. have pulled the telam out of some seemingly hopeIess jams. AainsL East Valley, Yocum shot for 21 points and a Black- hawk victory, while hitting for 19 aainst Kettle Falls width Bob Bartlett at 20. Yocu,m also ot 19 points agaiIst Deer Park the first game and 22 in the make-up game the felinely- FARMERS IN ARAB DRESS--Adda and Henry Roberts, who will present a one hour slide show at the annual soil district meeting here Friday, Feb. 26, are shown here dressed as Arabs. They made a people-t.people tour of the Near East. 00)roblems [I Learning of Teachint and To Read Aired at Meeting of Betz PTA "Wily Jilnmie Can or Canno,t Read" was explained by a pan- el of fo,ur teach,r at the ele- mentary PTA mecing Mnday eening. Mrs. Amsel Barton, assist- lastern Washington Ste i College wirds up its 1965 Ever- green conference basketball season with two games sit ,home, f,cing Western Wash- ngtn State Friday n, Feb. 19, .arid the UniVersity of Puget Sound Saturdah' night. Roh contests will Start at 8 p. m. in the EWSC Fieldhouse, emd will ,be preceded by jun- ior varsity gzmes, EWSC fac- iIg Amateur Athlete Ass'n teams in ,ames starting at 6 p. ,m. Central' Is Champ With Central Worthington St#re Iready having won the con:terenCe title wih an 8-1 reeerd to date, this weekm',s ,games  ,be he last chance for the .other teams o better thedr standings in this year's coherence ee. lastern, at 1-7, is m las. ptaee with on3y an outside chance to gt out of the cellar. Western, at 3-5, is tied vdth Whitworth Collge or urth. UPS, a 4-4, ''has a qnee to gain ,on Pacific Imthemn Uni- vevsiW at 6-3. To Change Lineup rSaage coach Errde MKie :has irddcated lm'll make owe clmge "m the starting ine,up, moving Mike Ptrg in as a start- irg ,guard, with senar Vce Jarvis ad soph,nre Bill Bte  forwards, and senior Jm Tutton d son Ralph Sharp as the other gumxts. Junior guard Don Warwick, vlm has been out of action for two weeks with Oerman mea les,  expected to fret a p- sicim s okay to phy, amfl will probably see action in reef. DUAL AOUATIC MEET SET HERE Bastern Washn,gtan Smte Colge will ;lost ,a dml Ever. g.een coherence swimming neet with Whitwovth Cotlege rd CentaI Was,rgton Sta Saturday affernoon, Feb. 20, at 2 in the EWSC fidd0se pool. In an earlier meet, Central dowed the Sawa.geS 75-17, while Eastern ihas twice de- feated le Pirates, 52-36 ,and 44-43. ALLEY ANTICS Fireball Jones Resort G1 87 48 39 Bill Hatch 47 40 Poor Boys System Amusement 45 43 Lutheran Ohurch 43 45 IOOF Lodge 29 59 Jones Resort 3062, 1057; Roscoe Jones 244, 571. Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 58 34 Edgett Brothers 32 40 ROTG 30 42 Wilso Homes G0 42 Nabisco 44 48 Free Press 43 49 Outlaws 42 GO Brown &Holter 29 63 Wilson Homes 2024; Brown &Holter 1030; K. Murphy 5435 J. Gillingham 232. Bowlerettes 5 Bees 57 35,, Bill's Jills 53 39 Hillerest Fillies 50 42 M N M 49 42 Kelly Tavern 49 43 Balrs IGA 42 49 Lil's Curls 42 5{} Wilsons Premiums 25 67 M N M 2759, 954; Shirley Loomer 482; Marie Isaksen 188. 5 O'clock Mixed Doubles Four F's 54 38 Pin Pals 53 39 Fugitives 48 44 Splts & Misses 44 48 Amberites 43 481/ G. I. Joe 43 48/ Calverts Reserve 43 49 iqas Beeen" 39 53 Amberites 2405, 882; Ben Merrill 224; Jim Ieptc 538; Lois Merrill 173; Jean- ette Stiffler 452; Ferne Stuhr picked up 6. 7. Clveney Automotive Als Chevron Station 56 44 Ratcliffe Ford 53/ 461/ Idddys Shoe Shop 53 47 Cheney Auto Parts 48 52 Sunset View Ranch 48 52 ttiggins & Henderson 471/ 21/ Brown & Holier 47 53 Hillcrest Stables 47 53 Chermy Auto Parts 2913: Itillcrest Stables 1018; James Finch 561, 231. Wednesday Night Mixed Beke Young 53 38 J.B.'s 53 39 Yard Birds 51 41 Refugees 49 43 Wlnans Davis 46 46 Buckaroos 42 46 Kin Wins 405 1 Dis Ables 33 59 i J. B.'s 2326, 821; G. Young 246, 628; J, Ablemau: 182, 468. Ms,go Lisenbee, Betz school eighth grader, last week won first place i the Cheney Chamber of Commerce's Inde- pendence Hall essay contes. Her essay bee entered in the state contest. She ts the daughter of Mr. an4 Mrs. Ralph Beaudreau of Chancy. Following is her essay t full. Perfect League Record Despite this loss the Back- hawks concluded the season vdth a 12-6 overal record and a ,perfect 10-0 league record, bringing Cheey the Clampion- ship in hhe Northeast A league. Fans can see moe wrestling action at the sub-district match- es at Ce.ntral Valley, Feb. 19, end district matehes ,at West Volley the following day. The m'tches run a,ll day sta#dng at 11 a. m. and will be very ex- cing, with the area's best wrestlers vying f, or state berths. College Girl Skiers Participate in Meet Sandpoint, Itm  Women skiers from Bastern Washing- 'ton State Cotlege finished out of the running in team stand- ngs in the annual Pacific Northwest Wome;'s In,tercol- legate Ski Meet held a Schweitzer Basin .over the weekerd. University of Was,h- n,gton was first with 184.78 points, University ,of British Gohrmbia second wth 183.71; University of Idaho third with 86.27 ,and Montana State Uni- versity fourth wiah 57.12. Goi,a Nau,ditt af EWSC fin- ished seveHth 'in ,Glass 2 of the giant shlm in a time of 1:29.9. Aober EWSC skiex, An Dun- ,aa, was e in 1"38. Rarb Nefzger ws dsqtmlified. ] I combined points ratigsl for he two-day meet,  Nau- ditt was 10th mong Class 2 skiers with 83.24 and Miss DuRgan yeas 11th wish 72.96. M. L. 7th Grade Outplays Vikings By Casey Hanrahan Medical Lake took the sev- enth gade Vikings 34-23' last ing week. Rietz made 27 points ant professor of education at total for both Deer Park EWSC and panel ehairma:n, games and was considered the lshowed how difficult it is for hero in the first by getting 81children to learn to read and points in the remaining sac-[the problems they face in the ods to cinch the victory.. ] learning process by plcing Friday night, Feb. 19, the I symbeis m,caning ce,rtain words Blackhawks phy their last ion the projection screen. game of the season with C.he-[ The symbols were worked wlah on our ,home floor. In I out to illustrate to people who tleir last bout with the Rams,[can already read the foowing Chormy won 48-37. I four steps: 1) Recognizing what ]word the symbol starcs for; 2) Recall mearg for a partic- Vikings Stomp Medical Lake Here By John Frost Gheney Vikings stomped the Medical Lake Cardin, as: 34 to 13 here Friday afternoon. The Vikings sparked by Gary Sooy led all the way linking the Cardirmls to 2 points in the first half white they racked uiar word (many words have differo meanings, i. e., shoot shute, etc.); 3) putting .seps one ,arid two together to get .an Mea and 4) reaction to the idea seh a accepting it as true, re- ]acting it, feeling good about it. Learning Said Difficult Miss Baron ,explained that learning to read is reay quite dfficult and no ma2ter what procedure is used, phonics, sound, pictures or ,other up 18. . .... means, it does require memory The Carmn came  and for me childre,n, memo,- with II points in the se .. ;alfflo, + half but that wasn't good ,ms ........ ?-. nrmah ,a the Vikins oiled Other essentials to help mas- ..... o--., '- .. .. ,- v tar the task in.dude a good up anomer lu points. Scoring for Cheney.was led lba d h::nd:qnieatIvl?e g by Sooy with 12 points, rros . ...... , .... mfterest n wanCzng to read, soea l o, ra)D ann. Just, a good ,health ,and sufficient rest eaen, anu amon aria Graves arm ,access to lots of books 2 each. Parents can help develop in- Por Medical Lake :/4_odgs(m scored 5, Musser 4, Brken- bie and Morse 2 eavh and Cli- ben 1. Fifty-Six Students On H. S. Honor Roll Fffy-six Chen, ey hgh scboal ,students were tisted z the [third quarter honor oll with I,a 'grade point of 3.5 r better. I Honor students ave as fol- ]ows: Freshmen Margaret Blair, Dale Buob, Lynn CarlSon, Bob Crabb, Ken Dobbins, Pare Edamatsu, Mary Goes, Dean Halwas Lirda Ha,die, Jerry Hilton, Margo Kembel, Susan, Mercer, Ron Nicol, Dave Simpsow, Phil Stifner, Lynda Thur, terest by readi,g to their chil- dren and .providirg books in the early years. Chii .dven frown seventh drade through ,high school  ace--s to a variety of books hich rmed ca best be filed by a public 'lbrary. Tests Exhibited In ckrg the panel sowed a compilatk)n of 201 tests tak- en by first, fourth rout sixth graders of both the Chmpus and Betz schools explaining that 81 students wexe reading at east one year above their grade level, 103 at grade level ,and only 17 below grade level. 0dher members of he panel were Mrs. Mabel Bffht and Robert Fitzsimmons from the Boy Scouts Family Dinner Was Success Jerry J0h,nso  John Men- ,ague, Eagle Scouts, were co- ma ringers for. the Boy Scout family dinner le.ld last week in. the city hall. They shared the dties of master of cere- monies arid preseated members of troop 56 in comedy skits of the, sk of scouting the boys ,had been achieving. Dean Swe,gle and Ken.eth 'McCall, Scoutmasters, present- ed awards of the year's activi- day. Medical Lake Item the lead most af the game and led at hafftime 16 to 12. Cheney coidn' make up the poir2cs they needed in the sec- ond half to reach Medical Lake. Medical Lake was led by My- rose with 12 points and Mickey Marion led Cheney with 9. Vonse ;scored 8 for Medical Lake and Wayne H, ,hd 6, Rilly B. 4, Walker and Kay each had 2 po'mts. Ted Fausett made 8 points or Clhene ad lYorlan scored 4, Bartlett 2 nd Stane 1. in our effort. Since experience shows 'a 10-year lag between educational investment a, nd ec- onemic productivity, our fu- ture status a decade hence may re,fle,ct disappointment if the challenge i,s not met," explain- ed Bruno. In writing to the Governor o.r a legislator idertify by name and number the piece of l!egis- latio,n you favor or oppose. Ex- press your views in terms of what the proposed bill means t3 y0.ur community ,and your state level. The n, omirmtion school. was recommended by the ex- ecutive board. The legislative com mitee, S.t,lhen Space k r,d LeRoy ,Ishe,rwocd, reported on issues facing the Interim Committee n Education in the legislature and urged members to write, to 1,egislators. S(h o-o]-men Suggest Writing Letters to Evans, Legislators Tom Whitfield. Anna Williamson. Campus school and Mrs. Alta- years. "We ,a,re stoing d.mvn Sophomores l mae Whitehill from Betz. Patti Chatburn, Darlene Deininger, i - ers Nminate" An Fletcher, Bill McDonongh, Sharon [ I"OW C . , McUie Tom Oswald, Renee Vhilleo, Ken I At the business meeting, ] Seerest, Dan Simehuk. Diana bmith. Pa I r_^-:.--- xxrll* T r*^...^-- Geor e Rosenzwel I-'ItJ.UA2II Y Lb2L J- JU'2W UAI' Snapp, Carol Sooy, g 'g. ] ..... " . ' ' ] Juniors [was er.d, orsed .as a n,ommee Zorl Judy Ashley, Sherrill Cullens, Patti 1 .......  "-- -- ' Deininger, Steve Dobbins, Cheryl Goertz, ] crmrman ot e t2um.ance anti \\; Rick Hiltot,, Marlene Hoover Jermifer Counseling committee at the[ ' err Jordon, Pare Kembet, Margaret K , Ruth Lass, Mike Liddell, Margaret Lind- say, Lynn Loomer, Judy Moore, Caro- lyn Poore, Alax Rajala, Peg Smith, Margaret Thomson, Sandi Yoder. Y DAY LOW PRICES . Seniors Teresa Bitting, Edv, a Cheever, Patrieia I Edamatsu, Carla Fackrell, Linda Gray, ] Richard Hagelir, Nancy Joh ..... Rol-] WAYNE lena Johnston. Patricia King. Eric Leigh- I niger. Carter Renner. Liuda Simpsou. : Mike Srapp, Nora Tibbetts, Berta Wahl. 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WALK, RIDE, OR FLY TO WAYNE AND RIDE HOME ST 3303 FERRY, JUST WEST OF FREYA, OR PHONE KEYSTONE 5-3055 SPOKANE, WASHINGTON Note: Copyright Olmd. 1-15-tf .Messages to the governor and legislators ,are imperative now ,if :an adequate program for better sch'ools is to hae a c,hance 'for passage in this ses- ,sion of the legislure, accord- ing o LeRoy Ishervod, Che- rmy Educatio,n .Ass'n legsl/ative chairman, arid Steplem Spacek, elementary PTA legNlative chairma, n. They reported tI,a.t trmny education bills have been introduced with strong N-pm'- tisr sponsorship and have had good hearings, but now need strorg support from the field to keep tbem moving. Letters Are Helpful Letters and te'legrams from teachers and lay SUPlrters are ,helping to focus ttertio .on these b',fllS, but rupee are needed, they said. A report from State Spur. Louis Bruno pointed ut that ,our state today ranks 10th among the 50 smtes in per capifia ir, come ,and lame ovn- erhilby-vccuyant; 9th  per cagita market value of xble real property; 8th in per cap- ita retail sales; 10th in per- ,pupil inveStmerts in svtroo; st in sChoal ,achievement se- lective ,ser%ce tests; 2rid in percentage of citizens over 25 year ,of age wire lmve complet- ed a 12-year education pro,gram ad 2d in pereent of teachers wth .masters degrees. Spending Down However, , Washington has slipped to 18h in the percent- age increase of edcatioral ex- penditure over the past 12 Imx P.IVILEC00 TO SERVE The pharmacist's prescription department is, in a real and human sense, the focal point of his professional life. Here he is of maximum service to his fellow man. Here he is completely in his element performing the personal services to which he pledged himself when he became a pharmacist and rendering the professional services for which he is eminently qualified. 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