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.,o e, Free o ay , o o IStudent Teachers Open Age BlackhawksWill Meet NC '-- -- -IFor Cheney-Area MeetEDraws Tuesday In Season Opener Starl Next Week 1200 ntnes Gheney High School will yLiddell, Otird base; Phil Con- Th!irLy-two Estern Was,ring-] A total ,of 200 swimmers open .a 17 game prep basebalratI }, left field; ,RusseB..Mace, t,on State College students will] from throughout the Inland schedule Tuesday at Spokane, I centerzlela; J'onn ultem n, begi stud ert teavhing assign- Empire and Oregon participat- meeting the North Ce,ntrM "B"[ right field, mens in Cheneyarea schools ed in the AAU s'anctioned open sqttad at 3:30 p. m..at the arry / .... Pield diamond on Mission Ave. ] NEWS B R I E FS The Blackhawks, ho ,have, been preparing for the opener Mrs. Leona Danie:lson, state the last three weeks, will play their first home gme next Fri- day at Fisher Field against Kettle Falls. The Northeast A League game is sclheduled for 3:30 p. m. The Blackhavks will meet the West Valley var- sity a week from Saturlay on the WV field at 1 p. m. Grub Will Pitch Coach D0,n Monson sakt he will start Dale Grub ,on the pitching mound. Grub saw lim- assembly president of the Re- bekah lodges, was :a,n overnight fuest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moos March 17 foil;owing her official visit to the Cheney lodge. Mr. an, d Mrs. D. E. Logsdon entertained as guests during the weak Mrs. William Kra,ft and amily OF Lind and Mrs. Harley Bauer ad two d,augh- /ors from Ritzville. Gerri Charlton is spending this week in C!heney with her ext week. Assigne:d to the EWSC Chm- pus ElemernCary School are Bil- lie Clmrnos, Willia,m Cook, Laura Duncan, Dawn Gunvald- son, Phyllis Westbrook and Beverly Wilc)x. At Beta Elementary School will be Mary. Graft, Richard Griffin, Tre:ssa Meyers, Judy Moseba,r, Ruby Pan'g, Karen Payne, Patriea Slack, Donald Steverrs and Barbara Taehuk. Chen.ey High School assign- ments include Robert Craw- fc.rd, Juanita Crrier, Paul Jo,hn,on, J oanne Ragsdale, : Fred Singer, Richard Taie and ite.d action a:st year, but he did pick up a win over Coax ,and hurled in a few other gamcEs. Bob Ayers, Jamie Mullenix and Mo,nte Pearson are expect- ed to supply the hitting pow- er for the Blackhawks, off their records from last year's N, orthest A League champion tem. The ,startin,g lineup at,airiest NC wll see Mulle,nix, catcher; Grub, pitcher; Pearson, first base; Steve Swegle, second ba:se; Ayers, shortstop; Mike m.c, ther, Mrs. Agnes Charlton Ste.l?,hen Woodward. duri, xg .:pring vac,ation. She is I Situdent teachers in Medical attending, sch,aol :in Por, tl, and{Lake schools are NicNe Can- and is staying with her aunt, I Mrs. John" Schrode.r Jr. ininG Maureen Clark, Margaret Duvall and Richard Ells, in the Ruth Blacksha spent the lelementary s:eho,ol, and Robert weekend here with her par-Idundt and Ellora Martin in the :rs. She is a student at Whit-IMedical bake high school. worth College. She brought a[ Assigned to Liberty schools classmate, Miss Connie G.arrett, I are Mary Farretly and Jennie as a guest. I Ro.ws, in the elementary sehoo,1, Mrs. Etta Presnetl and her I ancl Myro,n Leitz in Liberty brother, Delbert Pence, Lind,[,hih school spert the weekend in P, ort.land} " " --- with their sister, Mrs. Ooldier A//CV AklTI/'C Binder, who is seriously ill. i-i.--LL, p,....,. Public Auction The State of Washington will offer at public auction, April 3, 1965, starting at 10:00 a. m., at Eastern Washington State College, Cheney, Wash., the following items. Oral auction will continue until all items are disposed of. This public auction is conducted by the State Division Bowlerettes 5 Bees 74 G8 Bills Jills 61 61 Kellys Tavern 59 63 Bair's IGA 581 53 Hillcrest Fillies 57 G5 LiPs Curls 54 68 M N N 53V GSV Wilsen's Premiums 31 81 Bairs IGA 2794, 959; Lil Green 195; Mary Ann Heiydt 542. 5 O'clock Mixed Doubles Pin Pals 66 46 G. I. Joes 62V2 49/ Four F's 62 50 Fugitives 561/ 551 Amberites 55Vj 65 Splits & Misses 52 60 Calvert's Reserve 48 64 age group swim meet spon- sored by the Eastern Wa,shi,n,g- ton Recreation Ass'n at the EWSC Field:house pool March 20-21. Doug Windes, swimming for the Acre Club of Portland. Ore., was the individual sVan,d- out of the meet. Windes won six events in the 11 and 12 age group, setting new Inl*and Empire records in five of the six events. Spokane Swim Club cap-] hired the first place team trophy with 494 points. The 17 and under boys relay team from Sp.okane set two new Inland Empire reco,rds in the 400 yard freestyle relay and the 400 medley relay, bet- tering the old record in the freestyle relay by six seconds. Yakima YMCA to,k home the second place trophy with 381 points. Walla W, alla YMCA and Aero Club of Portland were in third an;d fourth place with only five points separating the two .clubs. The local Eastern Washing- ton Reere`ation .swim team, coa,ched by Dick Griffith scored 41 p,oints. Local winners were: Boys 8 and under, T. J. Mur- phy, fifth, 25 yard backstroke; girls 10 and under, Deb,bie Kingsly, ,sixth, 50 yard back- stroke; boys 11 and 12, John Wactdntgton, sixth, 100 yard bckstroke; Tom Stone, first place, 1-meter divin,g; Mike Graves, fourth, 100 yard back- stroke; freestyle relay team, made up of Stone, Waddington, Graves and ttadon, third place in the 200 yard freestyle relay. Girls 13 and 14, Susan Mur- phy, fifth, 100 yard breast;[ fourth, 100 yard breast; Nancy Steiner, sixth, 200 yard back. Boys 13 and 14, Joe Graves, sixth, 100 yard backstroke, fifth, 200 yard bck, sixl;h, 200 avd free. Tim Morhn took sixth in the 200 yard backstroke `arid the boys relay team of Graves, Moran, Giles and Powers took third phee in both freestyle relay arid mdley rehy n the 13 ,and 14 uge group. In the girls 17 and up age Lloyd Holladay Wins A Trophy; Skip Will Flip Lloyd Holladay won the A Trophy hst Sunday 'at the Che- ney-Medical Lake gun club foi- l, owing the last day of compe- tition in the Spokesman-Review Inland Empire Telephonic trap- shoot. A flip of the coin between Skip ('never miss! Duly and Ernie Lots.on will determine the B trophy winner. Danny Nelson won the C tro,p,hy. A special beginners trophy, donated by Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Larson, was won by Bob Simp- son in a tie shoot off with Jack Hein. The team turned in a s:core of 98 birds. A total of 38 shoot- ors took part in cloudy weath- er. Lloyd ttolladay and Ernie Trodel broke 25 birds each to top all shooters. Dick As:h, Van lIalnblcton, Bob Weathe.rill. Gone Robinette and Frank Mar- tin all turned in 24's. Shooting 23 were John Da- vis, Howard Fo,os, Ike Led,bet- ter a, nd Ci, arence Young. Shoot- ing 22% were Skip (can't make 'era ,all) Duty, Del McConnell, John Van Brunt, Bill Weather- ii and Maurice Robinette. Other tigh scorers: Bill Ber- nard, Chuck Booth, AI Denton, Jim Johnsc,n, Ernie Larsen .nd A. R. Smith, all with 21; Daryl Black, Jack Bear and Danny Nelor, all with 20. Winning hams were Daryl Bhck, Lee Heiydt, Bob Weath- erill, J. Lynch, Bob Win,ans, Del Gi,lliam and Skip Duty. Win,ning the miss nd out event were Raph So. irr and Andy Anderson. In last week's report the 23 bird total recorded by Del Gil- of Purchasing, Olympia, Wash. THREE HOUSES TO BE REMOVED FROM PROPERTY I house to be auctioned on EWSC campus at 10 a. m. April 3, at 510 9th street. 1 house located on EWSC campus at 936 Elm street. 1 house located on EWSC campus at 108 N. 10th street. Also many various office, household, restaurant and kitchen equipment items to be offered at the EWSC receiv- ing warehouse on Washington St. by DEPT. OF GENERAL ADMINISTRATION HARVEY L. INGRAM, MGR., SURPLUS PROPERTY SAVE :,I' I ON GERMICIDES Stock up now on dependable Standard germicides and disinfectants. Chevron Dip and Disinfectant. Helps keep live- stock in top condition for best prices. S. O. Super Germite. Disinfectant for general com- mercial use and for farm animals and premises. Permitted by U. S. D.A. as "official disinfectant". Chevron Poultry House Spray. Exterminates mites, lice, fleas and other vermin. SAVE MONEY TODAY! Stop in or phone us your order and take delivery (and with us, it's prompt) any time before April 30th, and you'll get a 10% discount ! TRADEHARK  "CHEVRON" ANO CHEVRON D[StCN  AI Haskins 1ST. & KALISPEL 235?6378 DISTRIBUTOR, STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Has Beens 451 66 G. I, Jo 2350; Four F's 813; Jim Hepton 523 ; Jack Ferlrusor 196 ; Ida McKinley 439; Evelyn Ferguson 177. Fireball lones Resort 65 43 Poor Boys 58]z 49/ System Amusement 58 50 Bill Hatch 54 53 Lutheran Church 48 60 I. O. O. F. Lodge 40 68 Poor Boys 3080; Jones Resort 1081; Bob Anderson 211, 553. Cheney Businessmn Edgett Bros. 70 42 Fire Department 68 44 Wilson Homes 61 51 ROTO 56 56 Outlaws 52 60 Nabisco 52 60 Free Press 49 63 Brow & Holler 40 72 John Davis 204 ; Carl Hair 536; Na- bisco 1050, 2941. Koff Kup Keglers Pied Pipers 63 41 4 Questions 60 44 B Plus G5 49 Cluster Busters G4 60 Krazy Kales 52 2 Pillrollers ' 49 55 Shirt Tales 46 68 OY's , 36 68 i Cluster Busters 223G, 782! Savallah Willms 472; Evelyn puginlre 174. Cbeaey Automotive Al's Chevron Station 67 53 Cheney Auto Parts 64 56 Eddy'a Shoe Shop 62 58 Ford 59 60 Ratcliffe & Henderson GS/ 811 & Holter 58 $2 View Ranch 57 63 [illcrest Stables 54 66 Ai's Chevro Station 2987 ; Cheney rote Parts 1063; Garden Young 579; ;arl Hale 212. Wednesday Night Mixed JB's 65 47 Yard Birds 61 51 Refugees 60 52 Beke-Youn, g 59 53 Winans-Davis 57 55 in Wins : : Buckaroos Dis Ables 41 71 Kin Wins 2358, 838; D. Weigel 225, 609 ; :E. Goodwir 223, 555. li`am was omitted. Ho,dy and Gilli,m ,also won the miss and out event, in, stead ,of Holladay and A1 Denton, as reported. The Cheney ctub plans a big merelndise, ham and b`aeon shoot April 4. The Swague gun cl'ub will ,hold a ham and bacon .skeet Sunday. Mr. ,and Mrs. Harold Pea,deE ente,rined fficers of Easter] Sar arid several grand offic- ers at a dinner party Monday evening. Trustees Promote , , 8 Faculty Members "'' ,nlik, division Patrick To Advanced Status ,ea,,,,  reation `and i Ooodwin, Promotion of eight Eastern William L. Washintgon State C)Uege fac- ion of 1,an ulty members was a, pprved by Torture, the college's board o ruste.es ful in a meeting in Spokane Fri- three years, day night, and six other fae- previously ulty members were given pro- enfeldt, motions contingen,t upon corn- or .and p!etion of the do.ctor's degree i The before Sept 1 , ..... R, aised from associate pro-I James j. lessor were Dr. Joseph, W /of music, Chatburn, divisio.n of history; ment of Dr. Glz:rn Kirchner, division of I D. Kass, health, physical education, ] cal science; re.creation and athletics, and / department Dr. Donald F. Pierce, division/William C. of history and social sciences. 'the EWSC Prmoted to as:seeiate pro- School. lessor from assistant were Dr. Two Dorvan Breitenfeldt, director Dr. Wayne of tile EWSC speech and hear- ate in.g clinic; Dr. Claude W. Nich- I'errin C. ols. division of history and so- were also eial sciences; Dr. Kenne.th Swed'berg, division .of science, and Dr. Benard H. Taylor, di- vision of education. Robert E. kehto Robert E. Lehto was promo,t- ed from instructor t9 as sistarlt )rofessar in the division o,f science. Contingent promotions, all M, areh In behMf o,f myself and the Spokane I wotl.d like o lubiely express my Rudolf and Edward Garner for to ,me in presenting the bills of our ington legishture during my two trips past two weeks. I further owe a great .amount of of ,our sixth district fpr his extensive in preparing us to meet with the message o them and for arranging a ernor Dan Evans. All 'of this, I feet was very acquintaing them with the true :avts dition in this econoc never tvuttffully or frcefully 1 side pressureo, groups of other interests. Alth, ou,gh we tried very hard, I dict the outeome of our efforts. Sincerely, F.N. PresLdOnt of Amber, group PeN'Y Steiner was furt in the 200 yard baekske, sec- ond in the 400 yard individual medley, fou,rth 'in the 100 yard fly .arid fourth m the 500 yard ffeesle. NEW ARRIVAL' -. ,al Mrs. Tom t'e'mfl e She parenls of a son ,born Monday, March 22, in Deacon- NEW SHOE es host, Spokane. .e baby joins two brothers at thei home in Cheney.  d Mrs D G. Jerue returne Cheney Dept. Store i Su'nchy evenirg from a :wee.k's visit in Mercer Ishnd wth rmr son, Dr. Larry. Jerue, and with friends, in Seattle. Watch ForlltlI GRAND 0PENI Lawn Spreaders pony 8.95 18-,nch deluxe -. .... 16.95 (for lawn seed and fertilizing) ALUMINUM LADDERS... 4 ft. 10.45 EXTRA STRONG & RIGID ...... S ft. 13.95 6 ft. 15.95 4 x 8 x 1/4 Prefinished MAHOGANY PANELING. sheet 3.87 1965 MUSTANG HARDTOP Leaf Rakes ........... 2.80 Have you tried Mustang's lively new 200-cubic-inch G-cylinder engine? Try it? 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