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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Frid, a,. M, ay 7, 1965 Free Press SPORTS Summer Baseball DIVISION TITLE HOPES SQUASHED Teams Organized; Whitehill Eleded Three team classifications will operate again in Cheney this summer as part of the Spo- kane County Boys ta'seball League. Boys from 9 to 11 will p,hy in single "A"; 12 to 13 in dou- ble "A" and 14 to 16 in triple "A". Games will be played Monday throu, gh Thursday. Pat Whitehill was elected league president at an organ- ization.a meeting Monday night at Betz School. Other offices are Mrs. Normaa Sto.ne, sec- re'tary, and Harry Mosma,n, treasurer. The meeting was conducted by Dean Swegle, presidvnt of the Sokaae Cioun ,ty League, of which Cheney is a payt. A prelima'y list of c,oaeh- es inetudes Richard Miller, Bob larrow, Don Nusser, Sam Hatch .and J, ack Grabb. Assist- ants .are Tom Scott, Norman Storm, Iarry De,hinder, Bob Wilson, Cliff Graves, Swegle .enid Mr. West. Appointed to a fund rain committee to raise mney for mav equipment, inerluding bals and bats, were Dr. J. B. Mur- phy, chairman, Ernest Estling- or, Mr. Loomer, Geiger Heights, BY TRIPLE LOSS With Ewrgreen Cord'e,rence baseball play e:omplete,d exce,p #or a possible p,L, ayo,ff of a tie, Eastern Washington Sate Col- lege, with a 4-4 Evco record. meets the University of Id,aho in a rune-inning game in Ms. cow Saturday. The Savages, who to,ok  MEDICAL LAKE SLUGGERGary Glasgow, Eastern Wash- stagering three-game IOrSS tO ingfon State College freshman from Medical Lake, leads the CentrM Washington Tuesday, Evergreen Conference in batting. Glasgow, averaging a mighty rest their beiges on an Eveo .469, was almost 100 pc.ints higher when he gained national rec- eastern division title o,n a split ognition as third top battr- among small colleges. orth Ool, lege in a do,uble,head- er this weekend. Central and Whitworth have_ rave 1" Ot 3-3 eorfferenee records, and a spit would throw the eastern W lJJ T I Nex r Hawks d,ivsi.en nto .a throe-way tie. IV"  II t Jill I Cheneys d,e,#endin.g .ela.mp- A dou, ble win will g;ve either |O itO||||l ]i'on high school baseball squad t0.am the eastern crown and a I fc.s N.orh Cen,tral of Slo- playoff wih Western Wash- Oh,,,,w' ,.,-itv track ,,,,d I ka:e tomorrow in a n0n4eague i'nten for .the eorfference title.  ....  ........................ e " Pns for a possible playoff uei I1 seek. stronger efforts in : tWETnebfll'attme,awKs'li?"h'er Fm,ld.re.ounea_ - lave not yet been made. the spnnts ,enid the hurdle .......... :.. , , from a snort itlVe(l nllllqg events tomorrow when hey . L. 7. '. FIS,,,,.. .,,, travel to ColviIle for a 12:30 stump tins week eo sere two p m six way track meet lmre,sive oaxn.Ja.s A beague VlCt, OrlCz ON 2ND WEEKEND The Sl, aekhawks tallied" 61 " ." {'.  .. . )on vion on s varsny nine 4,5 pomts o fmsh fifth n a .  . o - ._ . . . exl ,ca tor 1 runs aga,m,t Scattered w,intd, rain, and M eu,uatfi'ed 'of aefive .... hst Saturday at '.." .', ... ". , ........ ,. " Riverside while Dale Grub was cool temperatures dropped , limit,hA t.]e oppo.t,zon to a Gorton Olson proved to be ...... fishing pessre ovex th'el , s, ngle hit and strtkln out 1 weekend in ma, ny e,assde wat- Cheney s top performer by / ...... ' [. :__:2_ ,^ ,,.._= .... a _,o2 [,o re.core a ll-Z VlCOrv. ors. Some good fishing was re-,Wmmua m= .wvvm, auu pc-  .... : . .., : ,,.;_-, ., :,- ,- - - t2ruo was also creanecl wl[n pored. , mg m,a in ne 'sno pro. . " In the Oheney area, Amber Other winning lerforman,eus the victory when tbe local take was good; Clear lake was came from George Rosenzwetg. squad eged Sclki.rk ttigh 5-2. Lee Isherwo,d and Bb Wilson. botte,r. Fishtrap was excel.lent W:hitehill said more coaches over the weekend; Liberty ake and assistants are needed and ,and Silver lake were boh goo that any,one intores,ted sho,ukl with Silver ,offering rainbow e0naet "him 10-17 inches. Good Used Seal Beams $1.00 Each 6-'00'olt Batteries WITH EXCHANGE $5.00 Each 12 00rolt Batteries WITH EXCHANGE $8.00 Each Al's Auto Parts CHENEY Tim She,prd, Doug O.rtob and Warren Heinemann, who c'om- bined talents to .capture the mile relay, and Bill McMillan in the two mile run. Chenev results: 440--Rieky tIilton, fifth. 880--Do, n, Simchuk, fo,urth. Mile--Jim La Vigne. fo.urth. 2 mile--Bill McMil'lan. fi,st. Javelin--Gordon Ol.sGn, first. Sl0t p--Gord, on Olson, third, De.vereaux Stutsman, fourth. Pole Vattlt--Jim La Vi, gne, five way tie for fourth. Discus---Devereaux SLuts- man, ourth. Mite reh,y--Bo,b Bartlett, Mike Benlett, Dan Noel, War- ,ren Heinemann, first. 880 re, lay--George Ron- weig, Tim Sbepord, Doug Or- ],ob, Gordon OMen, fourth. 6Galaxies 'Given Away' At Fish Fry Boats, fishing equip,ment, merrClazlise and ears were "given away" gn ,a took-see ha- .sis la,st week at the secGnd an- nlual Chamber of Commerce fi,sh fry. Several resort owners pro- vided boats for thse lucky enou,gh to be picked in a drw- in,g. Ratelfffe Ford Co. ,hd six 1965 Ga,hrde 500 LTD's parked 'utside which were "gven away" for a week. The idea was that if the win- ner.s of the .drmving liked the meaeh, arctise well erm,h t the end of  week, they voi buy he merhardise. y Mosman gave out the merChan- dise aards and Roger Kelley of Seattle, represe,nng Frd Motor Co., presented te keys to,he Galaxies, Ted Sta'htbern, Garnet Boots. Russ oopLngarner, Chs- ey Theisen, Tm Presne and Ken,ny Murphy found lucky number urder their soats for the ears. Ford Motor Co. an, d lateffe eowperated in he prontin. Kel:l,. said the idea was "to show ,he potential market gv0vh for 1 s6gments of the bu,sinem weN:d?' About 70 persons attended the 4inner last Th.ursday to enj'y trout cau,ght by. lec'al people from .area takes. II / II1, YOU HAVE u NTIL MAY 9, 1965 CH ET'S FLOWERS The senior rihthander's 11 strikeout. in [be So!kirk Rome ran hls str;keo.ut record to 57 in five laag:ie {ames. Mont t'e,a,z'so,n paved the way to viete,,ry in the Hivepside / e:neountc,r by peking up CEr:e J lilts in three attempts. Pear-{ /s,:m's c, ffensive field day in- t 'eluded a first inniR grand .slam homer. R H E Cheney 405 620 017 10 1 Rivers . 0(30 020 0-- 2 1 2! H E Cheney 201 00 7 0] Selkirk  200 000--=2 5 Cheney Vikings Tr0une Sunset By John Frost Oh;eney's Vikings started the softball season with fl.vrg c,ol- ors ,last Thtrsday ,at Sunset wih a victory o,f 16-3. Sunset got 2 of their run,s in the first inni, n g. Cheney came fhrouch with 6 runs in the first, 4 of them co,mind wh, e Joh, n Frost hit ,a home run with the bases loaded. Ch.en,ey added 3 more in the eeond i:n,nrg and 7 runs i'n the third. Sunset got their final run in the third inning. The st,art.ing lineup for Che- ney was as follows: MovNsn, liteher; Mnron, catcher: Sooy. first base; Ca:men, second base: Erost, tlird base; Just, short- ,Stop; Crabb. left field; Hnm- hen, center, and Ableman, right field. Death never asks .the q.u.es- tion: Was the dTiver ri, or wrorg? i Spring Snow Storm Stalls Track Meet Eastern Washington State College traeksters eomlete in the M, artin Relays in W, all,a Wa'lla this Saturday. Ooeh Pat Whitehitl said sev- eaal of his top eGmpetito,rs, in- eluding Dean Adams and Terry Blo0,mqui,st. are ailing, but will compete in some events. A scheduled meet between Eastew and VChitw,orth Wed- nes4ay was called off after two events,, were completed when an early sprirg snow storm' made further action impos- sibl.e. Used "! FOR SALE OR RENT $25 AND UP SERVICE CALLS ........ 1.50 SEE Jim's TV Service For Buying Selling And Appraising COINS John s COIN SHOP West 506 Sprague Ave. Sokane John J. Naccarato RI ,"-4490 Bus. FA 8-4740 Res. ember ANA-26498 PNNA, 84 From 8 a. m.- 5 p.m. FIRST ST., CHENEY [ PATRONIZE YOUR ACROSS FROM I BROWN & HOLTER | ADVERTISERS PHONE 235-4135  | FilL FILTER UFE WiIH NEW RPM DELO MULTI-SER00VICE OIL The most advanced oil in the RPM DELO line. A true mixed fleet oil, outstanding for low tempera- ture, stop and go driving or hot, heavy duty serv- ice in either gasoline or diesel engines. 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Ratcliffe Ford, Cheney, Wash. mlliml  n --,, ml - ALLEY Final 5 Bees Bill's Jills Hillcrest Fillies Bait's IGA t M N M Drive Ir LiPs Curls Kelly's Tavern Wilson's Insurance Bair's IGA 2794, 565 ; Merge Shirley Loomer average, Ida Jones Resort System Amusemen Poor Boys Bill Hatch Luthera Church IOOF Lodge IOOF 2972, 10: sor 546 ; Charles Luiten 6-7 split ; ! and 5-19 splits. Cheney Edgett Brothers Fire Department Wilson Homes ROTC Nabisco Free }'less Outlaws Brown & Iolter Maurice Goc(iwin 1005, 2907. Koffec Final Cluster Busters Pied Pipers B Plus 4 Questi,.ns Krazy Kat.se I'illrolh, rs Shirt Tales OY's Pil]rol]ers 2159 ; Dyek 182, 508. Evelyn Pugmire Keilh, Win 514 Spoknae & ig NOTICE TO No. In the Superior Washingtor* in na Spokane. It* the Matter WILLIAM M. MAI Notice is hereby ! signed has beer . trator with will above estate ia has qualified accO persons having c151 ceased are require duly verified with upon the undersig Eastern Building, : or upon Leith, W 1 attorneys of record Spokane & Easter. Washington and proof of such serVl clerk of the above Spokane, Washin bgtl I i after the first pub or they will be fo I Date of the fir notice is 7th day P. H. WinstO Will annexed ! Leith, Winston & 514 Spokane & Spokane, 415 Spokane & NOTICE No. In the St;perlor Spokane. In the ROSE B. Notice is hereby signed has bee of the above has qualified persons having ceased are duly verified, tlDon l aria. Spokane, Thomas Malott, at his office at Bldg., Slmkane, with proof of the clerk of the of Spokane. months after this notice. Date of notice is 7th Ira E. above estate. Thomas Malott 415 Spokane Spokane, Wash Hamblen 912 Faulen NOTICE in the Superior Washirgton io .';pokane. In the WALTER A. Notice is hereby signed has been of the above has qualified persor having deceased, duly verified, upon the Ave., Spokane, Hambler, Gilbert of record at their Building, file such such service i Clerk of the Spokane, Wn., : the first they will be Date of the notice is 7th Grace A. above estate. Hamblen, By Fred W. 912 Paulsen O Randall, 440 Lincoln NOTICE OF Ia the Superior Washtngtoz in Spokane. In the CHARLES tI. State of kane.-- ss. Notice is National Bank Executor of the and presented for $ in the Superior State of such Executor ribution of said is asked to settle the property to emitled to, the said Executor the 9th day at the hour of the court room Court in the Spokane County, the hearing and Account an(t which time and ested in said his exceptions con4et the Dated this 29' George E. Clerk of the By tL F. HOWARD OdessO NOTICE No' In the Superior Washington in Spokane. It* the JESSE J. Notice is hereby signed have been of the estate of eeased; that all against said quired to serve on the of record, so, Washington, the clerk of proof of such after the date this notice or Date of first ]965. Mary ]lle Phillips, Howard E. Odessa,