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- /i Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, March 27, 1964 Dick Lee Only Senior Among 4 Track Veterans; 41 Aspirants Answer Call Veteran javelin thrower] Dick Lee is he only setiar among flmr returning Choney High School track lettermen this spvig. Coach Floyd Cook assemb- led ,his squad .about two weeks ago but because of cortlinued cold weather most workouts have boon indoors. Lee, who to,zsed the spear abottt 165 feet last year, Will form the nucleus of the squad al,artg wi'h Dan,y Noel, Craig Parks .and Randy Liddell, ,ll EW Opens Season With 3 Day Trip Etern Washington S,tate College opened the 1964 base- ball season yesterday meeting \\;,Vhi, tma Call, ego in WalIa WNla in the first game of a three-day, three-game rip. The defending Evergreen Corfference champions will meet Col, loRe of Idaho at Cold- well today and Northwest Naz- arerm College in Nampa Sat- urday. Savage baseball coach Ed Chissus took a 20-man squad, ircluding six pitchers, on the trip. Eas,{e,rn's mound co'ps is headed by three-year letter- man Daug Morgan and lety Jack Smiley. Other hurlers who will make t'he trip are junior transfer Elmer Wessel, soph Ken Goldman, and a pair of outstandiag frosh prospects, Dick Melhart, Abertee,n, and Rich Anderson, Touche.. Battle For First Chis'sus will carry a par of catchers, senior Ken Eilmes, 1961 all-conference backstop, and junior t rar.sfer Larry Nor- ton. Battling for the first base spot are Mike Presto, a two- year letterman and the team's leading 'bitter last year, and Bill Boyle, a hard-htting hefty soph trager. Three second sackers will be on the squad; sent, or letter- man Paul Chaplik, moved ovexl from shoat; Kerry Frey, a ju- ior tmn,sfer with a good bat, and soph. letterman Mike Wisecarver, a regular st year. At siort, Ghus will have Prosser frosh Bill Gable, an otttsUn'dng pros-poet wih a good arm, and soph transfer A1 Gaddis. All-conference soph third baseman Rich Wharf will be backed up by soph MaYty O'Brien, former Spokane All- City ba.sketball and baseball player. In the outfield will be senior lelterman Chuck Jurgblom, who di .dnt play last year, i,n right; freshman Rich Shool- craft in center, with lef, t field being filled by either O'Brien, Gaddis or Norton. ALLEY ANTICS Fireball Cheney Bowl 71 45 I. O. O. F 6 60 Lutheran Church 64 52 Bill Hatch Trophy 9 57 System Amusement 5512 60 Beehive 52% 63% Jones' Resort 511/z 64% Poor Boys 441 /11/ IOOF 2907; Cheney Bowl 1023; Huw- ard Jorgenso 231; Bob Anderson 6/9. 50eloek Mixed Splits and Misses 631 481 Pin Pals 62 60 Sure Fires 57 55 66 Comets G3 G865-/7 Amberites S & W 53% G8 Ringadizs 52 60 Calvert6 Reserve , 50 62 Sure Fires 2362 ; Ringadings 804 : "Fled Shoal 580; Fred McKinluy 195; Jeanetto Stiffler 503; Pearl Weiaman 184. ey Automotive Ars Chevron Station 74 37% Higins & Henderson 73 88% Chery Auto Parts 55 57 Virgil's Eneo Station 55 57 Sunet View Pnch 50 2 Brown & H01tor 49 63 Hillcrest Stable 47 67 Al's Auto Parts 441 6d Higglns & Henderson 2933, 1085 ; Dick Weigel 225; Gordon Young 91. Cheney Bmdaemlmen Fire Department 80 36 Christian Church 67 49 R. O. T. C. 62 G4 Outlaws 59 57 Hacienda 59 57 Nabisco 58% 621A Free Press 44 72 Brown & Holter 39 76% ROTC 1028, 2932 ; A. Stewart 225, I;34. Timber Tolers -- Juniors Teams 4 38 14 Team . 31 21 Team 2 18 34 Team 1 17 33 Team 2 1811, 638. Jerry Flikke 220, 605. Timber Toppers  Bantams Bech Warmers 29 19 Skunky Stinkers 22 251/ Aces 22/ 26% Rats 22 26 Skunky Stir, kers 810 (2 games), 438; Susie Dyek 157, 265 (2 games) Koff Kuv Kegler Four Question Marks 58 46 G.. I. Jones E7 47 B Plus 57 47 Shirt Tales 56 471 Corny Cobs 53% 50% Pill Rollers 47 G7 S. O.G.. 44 60 Krazy Katea 43 61 Krazy Kat 2129, 722; Pearl Wets- man 192, 512. ,Wednesday Mixed Dis Ables 62 2 Go Macs 5 49 Four Somes 54% 49% J.G.'u 53 G1 Refugees 50 54 Barnts 49 65 3 M's & C 48 54 Strugglers 44% 59% Go Mass 2344, 835; Dee Ableman 574, 215; Eloise Goodwiz 177, 459. Run McKinley 215. Bowlerettes M N M Drive In 74 34 juniors and all listed as 440 yard run entries by Cook. 41 Answer Call' Alt,,hough Chene lacks a trck and must compete away from home every weekend, a good turnout of 41 boys ans- wered Cook's first call this spring. Included are 11 fresh- men, 15 sophomores, 14 jun- iors and one senior. The schedule includes five three-way meets and the post season qualifying meets. Two of the meets will be at Medi- cole Lake. The first ORe will be held s:omeime between the[ opening meet April 4 and the: third meet April 18. The schedule: April 4---At Ritzville. April (rt0 date)--At Medical Lake. April 18--At Medical Lake. April 24---At East Valley. May 2--At Newport. May 9--County meet at dead. May 16--Northeast District meet at East Valley. May 23---State meet at E1- lesburg. Dave Nicol Will Hurl NEWS BRIEFS ltar00lr00t Raid ICHENEY OFFICER ..... 1 M iw' "''" "'''" I FINISHES COURSE Mr. IF0 H V J0 [AT FORT BENNING anc mrs. lvucnae c- In,tyre (Linda Wilson)are ar- r al nes, riviltg %is weekend from " " Washington D. C. to spend P .... r|||ff t'__.t-I Sac(rod It. Ronald L. MAiler, a week w*h his parents, Mr. rmmer rwt t.OdUIL ,on iO Mr. and Mrs. Maynard and Mrs. W. L. McIntyre here. B. Miller, 306 Coco,alla, corn- Mclntyre, who is in the Navy, just graduated from the Navy school of music in Washngte,n D. C. When ,they leave Oheney he will go to Florid for active duty on the USS Independ- ence. Mrs. Fred LeAr (Marilyr, McIrttyre) is spending the spring ,here with her parents, : Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McIntyre, before joining her husband in Leon, Frunce, where he is serving with the Air Force. John Van Brunt and George LaValley of Moses Lake spet Saturday ,and Su,nday at their Priest Lake cabin. On Sunday evening after Mrs. Van Brunt served dinner, they returned home. Guests included Bill Bernard of Cheney. Ftmeral services for Hal V. Jones, former Cheney resident :and popular EWSC coach, were held Tuesday at Riplinger Fun- oral Home in Spokane. Roy. F. J. &hrer, dt officiated and bur- ial was at Riverside Park cem- etery in Spokane. Mr. Jones died suddenly ,at his Spokane home early Sunday morning. Ite was 50. pleted an eight-week officer orien,tation course at the Army Infantry Setmol, Fort Benning, Ga., March 10. Lt. Miller was trained in the duties and responsibilities o a newly commissioned infan- try 0,flicker. The leutena.nt entered the Army in December 1963. The 23-year-old fficer, is a Compton Funeral Held AtSpokane Funeral services were held for Richard Comlon Tuesday ,at the Thoruhill Funeral Home in Spokane Valley. The Rev. lobcrt A. Mill o,icated and burial was at the Pines. His home was in Cheney, where he died last week. Survivors are one san, Rickie Cmngtan, and .one daughter, Dawn Compton, both of Pasco, Wash.; his mother, Mrse. Irene Brockman, Spokane Valley; two brothers and two sisters. HORSE OFFERED Mrs. Edmund 3', Oheney, has publications that give to an children Her collection tssues of Horse Jouraal" to 1952 of the men." If anyone they may write Rt. 3, box 67. Shop the easy Miss Celeste Kinder, former high school instructor in Che- hey, now teachmg in Tacoma, spent a few days this week in Cheney as a guest of Mrs. Har- old Kleiner and Miss Florence A frmer athletic and phys- ical educator and an out- standing ootball player in Spokane high school and WSU. he hecame .assistant to W. B. Reese .at EWSC in Cheney for four years before enlisting in the Air Force in World War II. Lter he returned to coach- ing, as football ,coaCh at Lewis d Clark High School, t,hen as ,athletic director at Shadle shaw, Ralph Beaudreau, Mrs. Dick Jessen, Eugene Koss, Mrs. AI Haskins, Mrs. Donald loss, Mrs. Diek Camp, Mrs. W. C. Agi N C [ Baker' Mrs Fred Rsenzweig a st and Mrs. Konshaug. Mrs. Max Jackson and two Park High School. , Survivors are his  ire, Char- lotte, at the home; a son, Don ]Jones, at home; a daughter, [Mrs, Shirley Schlangen, and [ five grandchildren. Fryer. / He was a memb.r f the Mrs. C W Alexander will ' Washington State Coaches ontrfain wifih n rnc, ther t]Ass'n, Scottish Rite Bodies, El for the mothers of her piano [Katff Shrine and Shnne Arab students on Saturday, April 4, FPatral, Elks odge, the Ath- at ,her home here. Invited|letic Round Table .and the guests are Mrs. James Black- Early Birds Breakfast club. Mrs. H. Stelzer, Mrs. LIONS CLUB CALENDARS HERE Bob Tubbs, John Ditton and Larry Wagner and his wife went to Edwall Saturday night to represent the Cheney Lions Barring another blast of daughters from Burlington ar- at Edwall's charter night cere- wintry air or unseasonable rived here this week to spend monies. Tubbs said about 55 snow, Cheney's Blackhawks the Easter holidays with her guests and members were will play their first baseball parents, Mr. and Mrs:. H. O. present Jensen. game of the season Tuesday at Tubbs also said the club Spokane,'facng the North Cen- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Conley birthday calendars have ar- tral B squad, entertained as Saturday over- rived and are being delivered Coach Don Monson named night guests their grand neph- by Wednesday. If any subscrib- I a ten,tative starting lineup to-ews, Steve and Douglas J,o,hn-ers miss their calendars they! day, with several positions son, of Spokane Valley. are asked to call the Lion who still in doubt. He did pick Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ball mound ace Dave Nicol as his joined the grange lout to Ha-I sld it to them or call 235- starting pitcher, backed up by waft this week for a two week [ 4957. Dennis Springer. vocal.ion. Over the weekend One schedule change already they were guests of their s.on,, Kerr Honored At has resulted because of the Dick Ball, in Everett. Vc, rd Sales Club late wirtter. The game sched- Mrs. Earl Hilton and hr sis uled next Friday at Kettle ter, Mrs. Kenneth McCall, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Kerr at- Falls has been postponed until spent Monday and Tuesday in tended a Ford sales club buR- May 12 because of four inches Omak and Okanogan attending our banquet and dance in the of snow at Kettle Falls. a school board meeting. They[grand ball room of the Olym- Frank Buehler witl start at were guests of Mr. and Mrs. pic hotel, Seattle, Mrch 14. catcher; Steve Swegle or Mike E. R. Baugh.  [ Kerr has been a member Liddell at third base; Jamie Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hemdricks [ since the cktb was formed in Mu, llenix or Dale Grub at will emertin as Easter Stm-t 1950. Honor guests were mere- shortstop; Bob Ayers at see- day dinner guests their chil- bexs of 10 or more years ond base, and Monte Pearson dren and grandchildren, Mr. standing.. at first base. and Mrs. Stanley Hendrieks Jack IAddell, also of Rat- The outfield will be formed and Gayle of Cheney, Mr. and cliffe Co., was to be one of the by elher Don Pierce or Rus- Mrs. Carroll McLean ad ehil- ,honored guests but was nable sell Mace in left field; John dren of Valleyford and Mr. and to go because of illness. Fletcher in cenr field and Mrs. Stun McLean and chit- Chuck Dittmar in right field, dren of OthelM. Mr. and Mrs. bers of Spokane visited his Ralph Townertd of Spokane parents, Mr. a rtd Mrs. Grover Public Good Friday also will be present. Ch*ambers, here on Monday Mr. and Mrs. Walden ham- evening. Services Here Today Public Good Friday ser- vices will be held today at 2:25 p. m. at the city hall'. Sponsoring churches include those in Cheney, Four Lakes and Marshall. Bag Full SP IAL VETERANS BOOST EWSC NET SQUAD With only one letterman lost, Eastern Washington State College will :lave four reCurn- ing lettermen to defend its $1 0  965' Evergreen Coniference 5 for tennis championship this sea- son. Savage termis coach Bob An- derson said returning will be r" r two-year letterman Chuck RgBug Hiatt, Spokane, and Keith e . r e rs Vradenburg, Entit. One-year lettermen back will be Dave Adams, Spokane, and Do S day ly M 2 Knuon, Bremerton. All are atur on , arch seniors. Armther senior, Bill Wright, Spokane, will also return to the Eastern tennis squad. M-N-M Drive-in Hitlcrest Fillies 67 41 Cheney Lanettes 52z 551/_, Western Auto 52 56  ai, .1' 6, FRENCH FRIES 19c and 25c Cseney Homes 45 62.2 Holmes Hardware 441/,., 631/(_, ! Pinehurst Motel 44 64 M N M Drive In 2557 w/h. 868 w/h ; Shirley Loomer 526 wo/h; Geneva Ditlevsen 189 wo/h. 1963 graduate of Eastern Waghington State College, Crhe - hey. Dana Harter Gets NSF Science Award Dr. Dana Harter, head of the Eastern Washington State College division of science, has been awaTded a Na,tional Science Found'ation award to ,attend the Summer Inlstitute for College Teachers o.f Chem- :istry sponsored jointly by the NSF and Tufts University. The six-week summer insti- tute will be held at Tufts in[ Medford, Mass., from June 29 i to Aug. 7. The institute will deal with the medern ap- proach to teaching college chemistry. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express thanks to ,our many riends for their cards of sympathy, prayers, acts of kindness, beautiful fl, oral offerings and cash mem- ori'als received in our late be- reavement at the loss of our beloved son, brother, uncle and grandson. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brewer Mary and Brenda Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Williams Bradley and Pamela Mr. ,and Mrs. A. H. Brewer Mr. nd Mrs. H. M. Eyeing m27p Patronize Your Attention. Farmers and A completely new servite is Jn Cheney- WatecprooFing of tarps or any type vas items. See JACK? AT THE CITY DRY CLEANI Cheney Phone i The Ratcliffe Your Ford Dea in Cheney, is pleased to annou, the formation of the following nership... Mark Ratdiffe R0nald Rehn Don Helm General Business . Sales The present staff and P for Easter the company will remain unch Giving flowers is part of Easter! ed. Say "Season's, Greetings" to your dear ones with your / choice from our cu,t flowers MARK RATCLIFFE, PRESIDENT OF THE COM and plants. WISHES TO THANK THE PEOPLE OF THE COM WIRE WE WILL FLOWERS ANYWHERE ITY FOR PAST BUSINESS AND INVITES THEIR ..,.. ,,e'ke" TINUED PATRONAGE. Flowers On the Hiway 235-4916