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Page 8 Cheney Free Press IT'S A DANDY--Mrs. John Cave of Spokane was one of hundreds of opening day fishers who caught trout at Williams Lake last Sun- Savages Maintain Evergreen Lead With 3-1 Record Eastern Washington State College, stiU leadrg 1the east- ern division of the Evergreen Conference in baseball, takes a breather from coference play this weekend. The Savages, with a 3-1 rec- ord after spaitting a ,pair of seven-mnirg gmes with V/hit- w>rth College last Saturday, phy Gonzaga UniversiW TimEs- day afternoon at 3 p. m. on Mulligan Field on the Zag campus, and again next Tues- day at Cheney. lat'h games will .start at 3 p. m. a.nd ,are soheduled for nine innings. Eastern's Jack Smiley was the winning pitcher in the Say- :ages' 4-0 win over Whitwoh. The senior lefty allowed only two hits, bringing his season record to 3-2 with a 2.83 earned run average. Doug Mor- gan was the victim in Eastern's 3-2 toss to the Pirates. It was Morgan's first loss after two wins. He has ,a 2.25 era. Ba%tirtg took .a sl, ump in the Savage's losses, lacing ofly three regulars batting .300 or higher. Bill Boyle has .364; Paul Ohaplik, .324, and Rich Rbertsoat .3'00. Ken Eilmes is close behind v&th .294. EWSC Trio Will Seek Track Marks Three texn Wa ",slfington Stae College Crackmen will ,have ,her sights set an better- ing Evergreen Coereatce rec- ords when the Savages meet Wltworth arid WhRnm Col. loges in a triargular track meet Sturday noen at WqRworth. One, senior Clmck Messen- ger, lready ,hol4s the confer- ence lole vault mark of 13-8. Messenger cleared 14-11/4 la,st week in the Savages' 99 2/3' o 39 1/3 loss to 1 Wlash- ington State. His 13.8 mark, set in 1962 ,still stmds, lowever, as only records st in the conference nteot re official. Jack Stewart, Eastern's oe- and three.mile runner, went the slmrter distance in 4:29 last week, When he also ra the hree,mi,e. The mile rec. ord, 4:18.8, was set by Est- ern's Clyde Cperer in 1959. Stwart's lfme  he three- mile was 15:21.3 lfast week, a time made without bering pushed. Reese has oaned Stew. art the best three-'mir in the Naedal Associiu of Inter. collegiate Atklek district 1. The threeanile will be run in the eoaferenee meet this year, and Stewart is a likely carlidate to win it. lstern's "Ibm Wilson took the 880 yard ran m 2:02.5 far his irst win of ,he season ater a bot with pneumm,ia. Wion cod very well trrprove to bettor the 1:55.6 880 eonfex- once recoaxl. RIFLE TEAM SCORESWELL Eastern Washington Ste College finished fuh out of 29 entries in the Sigh Army Reserve Oficers Training Crps intercollegiate rifle meet. Sgt. Albet W. Selmonover, coavh of the EWSC team, said: the mall maChes drew entries flx)m nine western stY, in- cluding A_ska and I-hwaii. EWSC  n'ow enter the Ntcsml ROTC Rifle meet. Shsot:ing hr .the natkmal must be completed by Atmil 30. Stencils--make your own signsi inch to 6 inch let- ters. Free Press Printshop. A1. so stencil brushes. Friday, April 24, 1964 Nicoi No-hits Newport; 'Hawks Split With Colfax Dave Nicol pitched the first ning--the third--when the no-hitter of his high school Bulldogs pushed across three Good Fishing Seen Aga,n On Sunday Openirtg day fNhing resulls, with reduced pressure on the fish reserves in most waters, will serve to provide a second ,and possible hid weekend with prospectS every bit as good as an the opening day. Washington's a,ngle open- ed he 1964 summer fhing season Sunday with warm and sun, ny weather bat turned (rat in lesser number and cauffht fewer fsh th'an on he 1963 opening. Oft the bright side, cool water temperatures, reduced pressure and catches on the opener hould res.utt in the second weekend of fishi,ng be- ing as flood if n,o,t be:tier than the ope,ning day. Particularly in the mo,t pop- day. Lambert's Resort dock is seen in the ular and iheavily fis.hed water background. Another "opening day" catch is langler s will see a prolonge. period of better fi:s'hing. expected again this weekend. I The traditional seaoegoat, weather, takes scme crew}it 0r them. CheneT's next scheduled game was against Mead yester- day at Underhill Park. They will meet Calfax today (Fri- day. Liberty is due here Tues- day. CHENEY-NEWPORT Newport ............ 010 000 0-1 Cheney ............. 000 010 1-2 Nicol and Buehler; Edmiston and Davey. the 1964 operting. A longer winter period, wit, h reduced fish growth, lower water tem- peratures for the opening-- with some easde waters only reeen,fly free .of ice--definitely influenced fish activity an] runs. The Bl,aekh,awks got only size for the ,opener. four hies off Jack Reynolds, Gheney area waters hosted the Coifax pitcher, but a large crowds witah flood fish- ft0ck of Colfax errors helped ing ,success in tlmse waters that have been free of ice o,r some time. Some Checks: Amber -- 12,5' with 1,257 rainbow 8-10 inches; Badger -- 189 with 1,897 rainbow 10 inches for a very ,h,iflh success rate; Ohpman -- 45 wih 138 rainbow 10-16 inches, 229 sil- vers and four large-muth bass going up to two Iounds. Clear lake -- 649 witch 5,301 rainbow 10-13 inches; Fish- trap -- 84 with 778 rain*bow 9-11 inches; Downs -- 100 with 309 rainbo and 154 perch: 503 0-12 Silver- 341 with 2,801 rain- 00! 0- 1 bow; Wiltiams h ke -- 438 ang- lers with 3,886 rain,bow and 82 cutthr0at; West Me@teal -- 269 with 1,185 rainbow 10-13 i::ches. career last Friday as Cheney defeate,d Newtmrt 2-1 in the first Northeast A League base- bail game of the season. The Blackawks divided a pair of games Saturday with Coifax--droplNng ,the first one 12-1 an.d t,akng the second game 8-6. The loss was the first of the year for Chemey. The weekend results left Cheney with a season record o,f four wins arid one toss. Nicol, a senior, was in rare form as he faced only 22 bat- ters over he seven inning game. He issued three base,s on balls. Newport's run came !n the second inning follow- CHENEY-COLFAX COLFAX .......... 310 Cheney ............ 000 CHENEY-COLFAX (2ND) Colfax ...................... 103 11--6 Cheney 520 103 ALLEY ANTICS mg a walk and .an error by Third Baseman Jamie Mul- lenix. Ctmney scored in the fifth and seventh irmngs. The Blackhawks collected six hits, all of them singles. In the first Ooffax game, Terry Neerga,ard limited the Btackhawks .to a single hit while his mates were pushing across 12 runs. The Bulldogs bunched three runs rm e first Inning, added one in the sec- ond, and exploded for five in the fourth frame. They added three more in tle six. Tey bombarded Cheney ,Pitcher Dennis Springer for lits in an error-filled game. Spring- er issued eight wlks, as did Nee,rgard. Neerg@ard aided his own cause  a sx-h in- ning triple. Bob Ayers got Cheney's lone hit, a single, in the first kning. Jim I{olme.s pitched Cheney to it's 8-6 win in the second game, spewing seven l,ts and walking five Mong 'the way. The Bh, ckhawks erupted for five rims in the first inning, added two in ,the secooxt ad one in the fouh ,for 4heir t- tal. Colfax had orie strong in- PTA Meeting Set The Spokane OoJny IA cottn cil will hold a dinner meeting Tuesd at 6:30 p. m. at Betz Elem-tontavy School. Reservations shoult be placed with Peter Senth or Leoy Isherwood ,before tomorrow nght. Bowlercttes April 9 M N M Drive In 83 37 Hillcrest Fillies 73 47 Cheney Lanettes 57]/ 62U_, IGA Bairs 55/_ 641/., Western Auto 55 65 Holmes Itardware 53/ 651/., Cheney Homes 52b 671/z Pinehurst Motel 49 71 Cheney Homes 2382 w/h ; Holmes Hard- ware 859 w/h ; Marie Isaaksor* 474 wo/h Geneva Ditlewen 195 wo/h. Bewerettes April 16 M N M Drive In 86 38 Hillcrest Fillies 73 G1 Cq3eney Lanettes 61 621/.) IGA Bairs 58, 651/2 Western Auto 58 66 Holmes Hardware G4 69 I Cher*ey Home 531/'2 70/ i Pinehurst Motel 50 74 Cheney Lanettes 2438 w/h, 881 w/h; Ferne Stuhr 512, 198 we/h. Koffee Kup Keglers G. I. Janes 70 50 Four Question Marks 65 55 B Plus 65 55 Shirt Tales 64/ 55/ Corny Cobs 59 501 Pill Rollers 54 66 S. O. G. 53 67 Krazy Kates 49 71 G. I. Janes 2265, 823; Sabra Stewart 231, 555. Timber Topper -- Bantams Borsch Warmers 34 26 Aces 331 261/ Skunky Stinkers 30/. 29 Skunky Stinkers 888 8(2 games), 488; Micky Marion 166; Rieky Engel 253 (2 games). Timber Toppers -- Juniors Team No. 4 42 26 Team No. 3 42 26 Team No. 2 29 39 Team N.o. l 23 45 Team No. 3 1489: Team No. 2 562; Chris Lagton 202, 530. Cheney Atomotive Higgins & Henderson 82 45V. Ars Chevron Station 791 481/.2 Cheney Auto Parts 69 59 Virgil's Enco Statior 65 63 Brown & Halter 58 70 Hillerest Stables 541/.2 73& Sunset View Ranch G4 74 AI's Auto Parts 49 78V, Hight .s & Henderson 2998. 1094 ; Willis Matter 594, 247. Cheney Bowl's 3RD ANNUAL PARENT-CHILD HANDICAP TOURNAMENT SAT. & SUN., APRIL 25TH & 26TH Bowl any time, either day (3 gaines) One TroFhy for each 8 Entries Ertry Fee $3.50 per Team (Includes bowing) HANDICAP--Adults 80% of 200 Children 80% of 160 Average taken as of April 19th (21 games or more) If you have rm area'age, you may use t9urney 'score to establish .average. Any combination of Parelt-Child is eligible and you may bowl as often as y0 wish so long ,as you change partners. Last Year's' Trophy Winners: lst--Barry & Bob Amonson .... 1172 2nd--Phil & Pat Conrath .......... 1149  "a "'' 'rd--C. C. Jr. & C. C. Carter Sr. 1147* *\\;.N'4th---Bill & Jack Crabb ............ 1138'.,,':'  Contact Jim Dyck or Phonic 235-6278 SPECIALLY BLENDED FOR YOUR LAWN Proven bluegrasses, improved Feseues give you a dense, deep-green turf that chokes out weeds. And Golf Brand has no unsightly hard to mow ryegrass. Grange Supply, Cheney CHS Track Squad Finishes Second At Medical take Cheney',s thinelads turn,ed in their best effort of he year lst Friday in ,a three-day high school track meet at Medical Lake, losing top spot to the Cardinals 56-55. Deer Park fin- ished third with 48 points. reran, first; Rick HiEou, fourth. 880 yard run Richard Nor- in, first; Danny Noel, second; Tem3r Fackrell, third; Mike Cummings, fourth. Mile relay -- Christianson, Liddell, Tubbs, Parks, first. Javelin--Dick Lee, irst. High j ump--R'n Tubbs, first; Terry Packrell, fourth. Shot put--Randy Liddell, first; Ron Tubbs, second; Gor- d:on Olson, third. Discus--Ron Tirbbs, second; DJick Lee, fourth. Oheney results: Mile--Bill MeMiRa, n, fourth. 100 yard dash--George Ros-I High hurdlesDan Shepard, enzweig, third., [ lo,urm. 220 yard dash--Rosenzweig,/ ...... second, Gordon O loon, fourth. 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Come on ial CHECK THE T.N-T DEALS ON CHEVROLET, CHEVELLE , CHEYY W, CORYAIR AND CORVETTE NOW AT YOUR ;HE YROLET DEALER'S , ..................................... 00rown and Holter Motor-Co. 513 FIRST ST. CHENEY %235-6231 Cashatt. Williams, 1121 Palasen Bldg., NOTICE OF OF Notice is hereby nership eorsisting of O'Brien arrd Fay L. business as American in the City of kane, State of where, was or* tbe 1964, dissolved and said as Amemcan Plastic April 12, 1964 will Dennis Michael torship. Dated this 11th day /ss Fay L. ........ (April C. E. 604 Fidelity Bldg., SHERIFF'S State of Washingtor, kane.- ss. By virtue of an out of the Hen. kane County, on the 1964, by the Clerk General Insurance ica, Plaid)tiff veus Kathryn M. Chicha Defendants No. Sheriff. directed and Notice is proceed to sell o cash, within the law for Sheriff's o'clock a.m. the 1964, at South kane, ia Spokane of Washington, all the interest of the above in an,d to the property, to-it : Lots One t 1 ), Four (4), l;ive (5) Block One llundred and Lots Five (5), Eight (8), N n,e (9) (11) and Twch'e (1I ihm(lred Eighty Six with that portion Avenue lying of Regal Street of tlaven Street Addition To of recorded in page 73 situate in ty of Spokane, a judgment in favor against Defendants $360.00 for First To satisfy a judgment eral hl,uran(,e Cam gainst George Chicha Cnicha, husband and and the Amounting to Hundred Seventee I 717.65) Dollars with c,nt per aDuuln frcm $1,000.00 attorrmy's' and increased costS. on attornye's fees vember 12, 1963 to Giver* under my of April, 1964. qlliam J. ReillY, By Evelyn C. E. Huppin, (Alu'il MaeGillivray, Jones, 309 Fidelity SUMMONS FOR No. In the Superior of Washington in Spokane. Aetna Life Insurance poration, Plaintiff ' Dale T. Starkey and husband and x'ife, sons and parties right, title, estate, the real estate plaint herein; also of any of the above who are now The State of Starkey and tIazel T and wife, also all other ties unknown claiming estate, lien or described in the also the Unkn,awr* above named deceased. You and each of summoned to appear after April 17, 1964, publication of the above entitled aforesaid; ar*d in so to do, judgment against you according the Complaint with the Clerk of are required to and serve a copy of the undersigned, at stated, withir* said You are further ture of said action : real estate Mortgage T. Starkey and Hazel band and wife, scribed as follows: Lot Six (6) in Houghton and the City of kane), ir* the City of Spokane, and as per map "A" of Plats, of the Courtly said Mortgage Note. Said action is )urpose of securing ment in the evct by said real estate ficcient to satisfy the said Note, together eosts herein. The owlaer of said Note reason' of the Assi MacGillivray, Jones, By Harvey W. Attorneys for Post Office AddresS: 309 Fidelity Building Spokane, Washington Date of first 1964, (April Randall. Dankln, 1017 Paulen SUMMONS FOR o. In the Superior Washington Jr* and for i cane. Equitable Savings au Oregon Lawrer*ce M. Cowles, as Administrator of Sophronia Haynes, G. Mertes and and husband ; Roy Wilson, his wife of Roy Wilsor*, if kr#own heirs of Jane of Roy Wilson, if Merrick; also all other sons unknown estate, lien or intereSl described in the antS. The State of named defendants, individually and as the Estate of Emma deceased ; Roy Wilso Wilson, his wife; the of Roy Wilson if heirs of Jane Wilson, if deceased; ties or Dersons right, title, estate, the real estate plaint herein. You and each of maned to appear after the date of the this summone, to-wit ! days after the 17th and defer, d the above the above entitled the complaint of the a COy Of ollr signed attorneys at stated, and in case to do, judgment will you according to the 1)laint which has Clerk of the You are further ject of this action is estate mortgage COw-leo, as of Emma Sophronia in favor of Association, ar* or about t he 12th recorded in Book 962 197, as Document office of tbe Auditor Washirgton, which the following wit: Lot 2 in Block Park Addition County c,f Spokane, to foreclose all in said real estate. Randall, By: F. B. Cake, Jaureguy, McEwen By Jonathan U. for Plaintiff Office and Post Office 1017 Paulsen Spokane, Washington (April