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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Fri6ay, May 14, 1965 EWSC Track Stars Ailing Eastern VCshirgton State CoTlege's hpes ef a strong showin, g in the Evergreen Con- ference lzack c:hampions'ips today and tomerr,ow hinge on two pulled muscles and an in- fected ankle. Coach Pat Whitehill said Eastern's .one-man track team Dean Adams and Terry. Blom- qhist have Frilled leg muscles, and D:m Shove has the infected .ankle. Both Adams and Bloom- quist rested last weekend and saw oMv limited action the week before. The Savages will be without entries in the three-mile and one-mile events which start this after:.o,0n at host Whit- worth Cltege. Field event pre- liminrie,s will start at 2::0 and ru, nning event heats at 3 p. m. Final events tomorrow at Whitw3rth start a 1 p. m. with field events. Running events will start at 2 p. m. County Meet ,Next For CHS Blackhawks Cbeney's track team will compete in the county meet tomorrow at Medical Lake, Co,oh FIod Cook relOvfed. Oheney placed $ourth in a six team meet at Calville last Sat- urchy. East Valley was first, fllow- ed by I.Jberty, ColviHe. Ce- ]my, Ckewelh and Kettle Falls. Chen esults: 100 yard d, ash---George Ros- enzweig, third. 880 va,rd ruin--Roger son, fifth, a! Mile--Bill MeMillan, fifth. Mile relayBob Bartlett, Mike Bennett, Dan Noel, Ros- enzweig, second. Scouls Hold Annual Fishing Derby Several limits o.f rainbow were .caught by Boy Scouts at their armual fishing derby held at Bad, ger lake last weekend. Rick Bn,gel won two prizes, catching the biggest and the smallest fsh; S,an',dy Fenste- reacher took the prie for the eeod largest fish; Barry. WhitehD1 for catching the first fish and Dick Swegle for bring- ing in the first limit. Twenty-five Scouts turned out for the weekend outin,g. Scoutmaster Dean Swegle and }eve,raI dads were on the out- ing also. Swim Team In Last Meet OF Season The Eastern Washington Recreation swimming team participated in its last meet ef the winter season last week- end at Fairchild Air Force Base. The open age group meet was sponsored by Spokane Swim Club. Some 250 swimmers were en- tered from Washington, Ore- a'gn, Califovnia, Idaho and Mon- tana. Two ntional freestyle ge group records were set by Dug Wdes from Aero Club in Portland, Ore. The EWRA 11 a, rji 12 age y_oup freestyle, rehy team of Jolm Vaddington, Tam Sme, Mike Graves and Ken Radon ca ptu, red first place in the 200 meter ,freestyle race. In the same age group, the medley rellay team of Waddinegtn, Sne, Graves and Dick Stein- er placed ,second in the medley relay. The 13 and 14 year old boys' relay team of Barry Giles, Tim 3 Game Stand Will End Season F0r Bla&hawks Tle Cheney Blaekhawks will climax their No,rtheast A League high school ba:seball schedule with a three ame home stand. Don Monson's varsity will firtish up the 1965" seaso,n a,ainst Kettle Palls on Mon- day, Cheveelah on Friday, May 21, and Medical Lake on Tues- day, May 25. The Btaekhawks picked up three victories lst week. How- :ever, a 4-2 loss to East Valley ended a six ame wining s,treak. The week's wirming en, con- ters included an 8-3 c,onfer- ence victory ,over Deer Park arid two decisions over N, orth Centval's B squad, 4-3 and 2-1. Monte Ptarson compliment- ed Dale Grub's 13 strikeout pitehing performance with three hits in three at bats against Deer Park. The two vietorie.s against non con, ferece oplonent North Central provided Monson with a chance to substitute freely with an eye on next year. The Tue,ay afte'naon ls:s to East V, alley in Sp,okane ran Cheney'.s league record to 4-2. Jamie Mu, llenix rapped three hits, including a triple, in fo,ur cffic:i, al trips to the llate in Tuesda,'s loaing effort. Dalt Grub, Oheney',s one,ma,n nmu:d staff, ran ,his impres- sive .strikeou,t total to 78 in seven league games by whiff- irg eig, ht in the East Valley contest. Morlan, Jim P,wers .and Joe Graves placed third in both the freestyle and medley re'la.s. Individual event winners were: Tom Sto,ne, first place in boys 12 and under d,iving; John Wadd'ington, fifth in 100 meter freestyle and sixth in 50 meter freestyle; Debbie King- sly, two sixth places in 50 met- er butterfly and 50 meter back- stroke ia the 10 and under girls ae group. Bob Stone pl,a,ced sixth in the 50 meter butterfly and fifth in 50 meter backstroke for boys 10 and under. T. J. Murp,hy Ila,ced fourth in the 8 and under 25 meter free style. ALLEY ANTICS Fireball Final Jones Resort 78 54 Bill Hatch 69, 62 System Amusement 6Bs $1 Poor Boys 68 64 Lutheran Church 59 73 I. O. O. F. Lodge 53 79 Lutheraw Church 3028; Jnes Resort 1052; George Seiafer 226,G50; High game, Henry Mickelson $47; Hig h ser- ies Gene WderliC] 5 ; Righ ave.,, George Schaafer 169; Most imp}eyed, Les Morehouse 18. " Cheney Businessmen Edgett Brothers 90 50 Fire Department 86 4 Wilson Homes 73, 66/ ROTC 721 67 Nabicso 65/2 741/ Free Press 64 76 Outlaws 62 771 Brown & Holter 46 94 Fire Dept. 2993, 1048 ; G. Fossum 234, 571. Summertime driving can be wonderful if you take care to keep it accident-free, adwises the State Safety Council. TEST THE BEST: has new FOs00x ap eal ! ..'.- Ford has a brand-new--and bigger--240-cu, in. standard Six for '65. It's America's biggest new Six, and in tests onducted by Automobile Racing Club of America experts, it beat both Chevy and Plymouth in acceleration, passing and fuel economy. Test it nowl Ford Qalaxle 500 2.Door Hrdtop Test . . . and invest.., in the best! See your Ford Dealer / 402 Second Street RATCLIFFE COMPANY Phone 235-6238, Cheney, Wash. Fishing Excellent At Badger, Williams Fi,shirg .has been ex.celent at Badger and Williams ake,s recently, two re,rt owners re- ported this wee,k. Don Lambert, who opea'ates Lambert's Re,sort at Williams, arid D, orsey Lewls o,f go lie's Landirg at Badger, satd fine catches have been re,l,rted. Elsewhere in the co,unty, t'h State Game Department re- lorte, d, Badger Lake was pro- ducing rainbovs and cu- throats; Chap,man was fair for silvers and Fishtrap was gd flar rainbows. Fi:shing was fair- ly slog, at West Medical but those take,n ran 11-!6 inehes. NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Lane en- t,erta:i:ne,d as gue,,ts last week their grand,auhtar, Mrs. Chuck Buckner, and family of Camas. Weekend guests were Mr. ,nd Mrs. Warren Harris and family c.f Pu!::m,a,n. Mrs. Buekner and Mr. Harris are twins. Mr. and Mrs. Warre,n Wes- t erman spent Sunday in Sp,o- ka,ne with her I::ar'c,nts on Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Ball were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Harry King, on Mother's Day. ;Mrs. Elmer Conley is slend- i ing this week at the h!ome o n,er niece, Mrs. Don Johns,on, to care for Steve, DouNas and Karen while Mr. and lrs. John- son ere on a btsiness trip to San Fa,neisco. Mrs. Carl Hendrieks was the guast of ,honor on Mother's Day of her son ,and family, Mr. a'nd Mrs. Stanley Iten,dNeks, and cau,ghter ,as hosts in Spo- kane. Afterwards they wen to Val.eyford, where Mrs. Hed- rcls remained to visit a daugh- ter, Mrs. Carroll McLean. Mother's Day guests ,at the Glen Judd h.ome were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nelson nd Mr. aTd Mrs. Mike Wil,liam,s and Michael and Loft. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jensen and chi!ldren from S,p,okane event Mother's Day here wih th=,!r parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bower, and Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Jensen. Mr. alnr:l Mrs. Roydal Con- ley en!tertained ,s a gue,s l'ast week Walter Van Brunet of Omak. Mrs. Eldon Engd returned hvme last week from Walla Walla after spertding several weeks with ,her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. E. W. Klavano. Mrs. Klavano is recovering from surelr. Rev. end Mrs. Winfield re- tu,rned from a trip to Vancou- ver, B. C. Wh, eve they visited th.e,2r d, aughter, Mary., and brought her bom with them fr a visit. Mrs. Oro,ver Chambers en- tc,rtained with a dinner party Sa:turday for four guests. A t;rogva, m on buttons as a hobby was given and bridge was pl,ayed. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ross re- turned last weekend from Lynnwod, where they were gue,c.ts of their son and family. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Roos and chilre,n. They also visited fAonds in Seattle arid Ed- morcts. Mrs. Myrth, a Mill e Tter, hained tmr cl}dren on Mother's Day at her kome ,here. Dinner was served to Mr. ,nd Mrs. E:dvdn Okrstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Les- lie Mi'l and son Ron f Amber'. 2. 3. BOWLERS = . 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