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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Thursda,/, May 20,  v2 Eagles scrimmage Saturday Eastern Washington University will conclude its third season of spring football Saturday when the Eagles will ISe divided into two squads for the initial land Killin Memorial Spring Football Scrimmage in Woodward Stadium. EWU will polish off five weeks of pring workouts with the scrimmage :der game conditions beginning at 2 , n There will be 12-minute quarters, d all players will see at least one :er of action with few deviations t: game conditions, according to .::;:i coach Dick Zornes. There will be .: k;ckoffs or punts, and the defense : : not be allowed to blitz. Graduate  ?ants J.D. Sollars and Jerry Gray- ,,,,,! will coach the Red and White • ,., respectively. Coaching staffs will hold their player draft Tuesday. EWU students will be admitted free. General admission will be $1. The scrimmage will be followed by a dinner-dance with proceeds to benefit the Orland Killin Academic Scholarship Fund. Tickets are $25 apiece and include admission to the scrimmage. Killin, former EWU football letterman and longtime professor of industrial technology, died last fall. Extremely popular, Killan had served as the faculty athletic representative and had been active in communtiy affairs. Coming off a 7-3 campaign, which included a season-ending victory over Big Sky Conference runnerup Montana, EWU has high hopes for another winning season in 1982. Zornes and his staff had an excellent recruiting year which brought in more than a dozen outstanding junior college players. In addition, five players chosen for this summer's all-state game will report with more than a dozen freshman next fall. Zornes and his staff have had to rebuild the offensive line this spring, replacing six of the top eight athletes. The remodeled first unit now is led by Mike ttoneycutt (Arlingtonl who has moved in at center after starring as a defensive lineman m 1981. tloneycutt is an outstanding professional prospect where ever he plays, according to Zornes. Right guard John Rothstrom is the only returning starter in the offensive line; although, the Eagles do have veterans on the flanks, Kelly Roark at split end and Guy Johnson and Tim Bradbury at tight end. Senior Jim Brittain (Tumwater), a redshirt last fall, and transfer Steve Hunt (Fox Island), offensive player of the year in the Athletic Association of Community Colleges, are expected to dual at quarterback with letterman Jim McElwain also in the picture. Eastern Washington University wrestling star Dan Thew, who has made a successful return to football as a defensive tackle, was scheduled to undergo surgery Monday afternoon in Holy Family Hospital in Spokane to correct ligament damage to the right knee. q 50 Years Ago May 20, 1932 On Sunday afternoon, May 21, in conjunction with the Tri-Normal Track Meet, the new Normal School athletic field will be dedicated to Arthur C. Woodward. It is very fitting that the Associated Students of the Normal School have chosen to honor Mr. Woodward, for his whole life has been devoted to physical education and athletic participation. His record, both as an athlete and as a director, has been brilliant. While at the University of Vermont, he was the winner of the gold medal for having done the most for his university while he took part in athletics there. He also has attended the School of Physical Education at ttarvard, the Illinois Coaching School, and the University of Southern California. Before coming to Cheney five year ago, Mr. Woodward coached football, basketball and track at San Rafael military school in Cali- fornia and later directed the same sports at Simms School for Boys in New York. From 1912 to 1917, Woodward coached at North Central High School in Spokane. When the war (WWI) broke out, Walter Camp appointed him di- rector of all athletics at the Bremerton navy yard. From 1919 to 1927, he was director of athletics and physical edu- cation for the Tacoma Public Schools. Mr. Woodward was chairman of the first physical education committee in Washington State. In 1930, he prepared the present course for physical educa- tion in junior high schools throughout the state. CHS track Blackhawks set school records The Frontier League track time trials last Friday at East Valley saw a number of Cheney High School track team members giving outstanding per- formances. Cheney Coach Joe Richer reported that Rich Matheson set a new school record and took first place in the field with a highjunp of 6' T'. Karen Farmer similarly set a new school record and took first place with her discus throw of 123' 4". In the long jump, Diane Shaffer j/ Cardinals set records Dean DeVoe DeVoe wins boxing title Cheney ninth grader Dean DeVoe wilt box June 12 in the Regional Junior Olympic competition in Richland as the esult of his having won in his weight and age division this past weekend at the Inland Empire Junior Olympics. At age 15 and at 125 pounds, DeVoe has a record of 55 wins out of 74 bouts during his six years in the ring. A member of the Morning Star Boxing Club of Spokane, he is hopeful of qualifying at the regional competition for national and perhaps international competition beyond. National competi- tion will be held in Colorado Springs, June 21-26. Recent tournament wins for DeVoe have included the Inland Empire Junior Championship, the Evergreen Championship and Tacoma Junior Golden Gloves Championship. "I'm really looking foward to travel- ing," said the enthusiastic Cheney Junior High School student. DeVoe, the son of Allen and Mary DeVoe of S. 3214 Polk Rd., is following in the footsteps of his brothers, Don and Paul, a senior and junior respectively at Cheney High School. Clinics set Cheney Parks and Recreation De- partment reminds coaches, parents and players in the summer program of the mandatory meeting to be held May 26. The meeting will be held at the Fisher Administration Building. All parents and players are asked to attend from 7 to 8 p.m., with coaches to attend from 8 to 9 p.m. For more details, call 235-6134. Cardinal boy tracksters broke three school records last weekend and man- aged to qualify in 13 events at last weekend's Inland Empire meet. The qualifiers will compete tomorrow afternoon at 3 p.m. in the All League Meet at East Valley High School. A new school record of 44:00 was set in the 400-meter relay with the team of Butch Stevenson, Fred Redmon, Chris Appia and Lennie Parham. The prev- ious reocrd was 44:05. In the 1600 meter relay a record 3:32.36 was set by Joe Litzinger, John Williford, Dan Whitley and Appia. In the 300 meter low hurdles, Justin Johnson secured a second-place victory and set a new school record of 41:63. In the 3200 meter run Todd Ray qualified with a fifth-place time .of 10:22. Redmon and Parham qualified for the 200-meter run with times of 24 anti 23:20 respectively. Qualifiers h)r the 800 meter run were Williford with a first place time of 1:59.75 and Whitley in fourth place with a time of 2:03.00. Litzinger qualified with a sixth-place showing of 4:44.12 in the 1600 meter run and in the 10o-meter dash Parham secured a first-place time of 11.4 and Redmon pulled a second-place berth with 11.7. In field events qualifiers were Bill Berger, 153'6  2 .• with the javelin; Tom Teaford, 44"T' in shot: Jack Zappone, 11'6" in pole wmlt: Redmon, 19'7" in long jump• and Artis in the triple jump. Track Club plans event This Sunday, Cheney Track Club's ninth-annual Cheney Spring Thing will be held at Eastern Washington Uni- versity's Woodward Field. Over 300 athletes(ages 14 and young- er), representing some 35 different clubs, are expected to attend the developmental TAC track and field meet. The public is welcome to attend, free of charge. Of special interest will be the events for children ages six and younger. For $1, these athletes can compete in three events--baseball throw, standing long- jump and the 50-• 100- and 200-meter runs. Athletes will receive a ribbon in each event. For those competing in the 7-14 age group, ribbons will be awarded to the top six m each event. Pre-registration is required. For more details, phone the Cheney Track Club at 235-4762. Manson loses I.E. title Cheney's Mike Manson lost out this past weekend on his third straight boys' single tennis title during the semi-finals of the Inland Empire Tourney held at Mead. Manson, the number-one seed going into the event, was defeated in two straight sets by Kennewick High School's Steve Buckingham, 7-6 and 6-3. "It was an upset and a surprise," commented Cheney Coach Gary Hut- sell, noting that Manson had twice defeated Buckingham before. Cheney's girls' doubles team of Maura Flynn and Malei Young, both juniors, repeated last years perfor- mance of If)sing in the semi finals, as well. The Cheney duo lost to a Kenne- wick team, 6-4, 4-6 and 6-3. "They played extremely well," said Cheney's Jeff Butler, who is in the first season of coaching the girls' team. Both Hutsell and Butler noted, how- ever, that this past weekend's losses-- which also cost them their Inland Empire Team Title of a year ago-- should probably make the Blackhawk players even tougher on Saturday at the Frontier l,eague Tournament at West Valley. Action starts at WV at 10 a.m. NOW AVAILABLE IN CHENEY Silver Rounds Silver Dollars Collector Coins Rare Stamps Supplies K 8" S ENTERPRISES Cheney Flea Market 235-4347 took second with her distance of 17' ll2 '' ' Lincoln Bryants field team did well, qualifying 13 of 17 team members for the District meet this weekend. Action starts at E Valley on Friday 3 p.m. Cheney Track Club results The Cheney Track Club starled its 1982 competitive season Saturday, May 15. Thirty athletes port,c*poted in the Team Spokane Inwtational at Spokane Community College. There . were teams from the Inland Empire and from as far away as Seattle Those placing from the Cheney Track Club were: Bantam Boys (10 and under)--lO0m 2nd Jason Brown 16. I; 20am 3rd Jason Brown 36.5; LJ 1st Jason Brown 10'11 "; 6# shot put 2nd Patrick Andrew 17'V"; and shot 4th Lee Gobroski 13'1". Midget Boys ( I 1-12)--400m relay 4th Patrick Seward, Jeremey Belknap, Bobby Spooner and Daniel Gobroski 1:04 4: 6# shot put 1st Jeremey Belknop 2B'4V"; and Discus 6th Jeremey Belknap 47'2V2". Youth Boys (13-14)--200m LH. 2nd Tim Steiner 36.0; 400m 4th Steve Higuera 1:01.1; 3,000m 2nd Chad Triplett 11:080; 3,000m 3rd Phil Cogles 12:01.9; 800m 3rd Phil Cogley 2:54.7; Mile Relay 3rd Phil Cogley, Steve Higuera, Tim Steiner and Chad Triplett 4:32.3; LJ 4th T*m Steiner 15"9"; H.J. 2nd Tim Steiner, 5"1"; H.J. 6th Steve Higuera 4"3"; and Discus 3rd Steve Higuera 67'0". Intermediate Boys (I5-161--400m L.H. Ist Dan Jorms 1 : 12.4; Discus I st James Higuero 120'2"; Discus 2nd Don Jarms8T1 "'; 12# shot put is? Dan Jorms 35'8"; shot 2nd James Higuero 33"9". Bantam Girls (10 and under)--800m 1st Sarah Schwold 2:53.3; 1500m 1st and new t.E, rocord Sarah Schwald 5:34.4; 400m Relay 2nd Kathy Coumbs, Debbie Hargrove, Charlene Brown and Miranda Gresham 1:11D; H.J 1st Oebbie Hargrove 3'9"; H.J. 5th Alisha Smith 3'4"; Mile Relay 1st Sarah Schwald, Miranda Gresham, Alisha Smith and Debbie Hargrove 5:58.0; 6# shot put 1st Alisha Smith 15'9"; shot 4th Miranda Gresham I 1'8"; and shot 6th Kathy Coumbs 19"7VF'. Midget Girls (11-12)--50 MLH 3rd Julie Throckmorton; SO MLH 4th Jodi Rima 12.2; SO MLH 5th Connie Coumbs 13.3; 800m Sth Jonno Uibel 3:07.7; 400m Julia Throckmorton I : 14.9; 400m Relay 4th Jonna Uibel, Kelly Johnston, Julia Throckmorton and Jennifer Jessett 1:01.8; 6# shot put 2nd Jennifer Jessett 20'11V:d'; HJ 3rd Jonna Uibel 4'0"; H.J. Oh Kelly Johnston 3"10"; and Discus 4th Jennifer Jessett 45'7V". Youth Girls (13-14)--80 MLH 4th Cathy Dohm 18.8; JH Ist Cathy Van Kuren 4"3"; T.J. 4th Showno Sampson 22'8"; 6# shot put 1st Cathy Van Kuren 29'1"; shot 3rd Showna SampSon 23"9"; Discus 1st Cathy Van Kuren 90"6V2"; Discus Sth Shawna Sampson 52'1 | ,"; Javelin 2nd Cathy Van Kuren 9"8"; and Javelin 3rd Shawna Sampson 42"2"'. Open women (14 and over)--4OOm 2nd ella Fletcher 1:16.9; 800m 3rd Ella Fletcher 3:28.3; and LJ 3rd Ella Fletcher 12'2". Special awards were presented to the outstanding athlete in each age group. Chancy Track Club winners were: Bantam Girls--sarah Schwald, who won three firsts, broke on inland Empi(e Record and qualified for the Notional Championship in one event. She is o 9 year old competing in 10 and under. Cathy Van Kuren won the Youth Girls division. She won three firsts and a second. She qualified for the Notional Championship in two events; one of them being her second place. This was especially good as she is on the bottom of her age division. IllllnlflUHlnll IIIIIHIIIIIIHIINIHIIll More sports page 10 402 2nd St. UHIIINIIIIIIlUHIIINI 235-6238Cheney 456-875g Spokane RA TCLIFFE MA Y SPECIAL LUBE • OIL • FILTER $18.00 Practice INCLUDES 5 QUARTS OF 10-40 OIL AND FILTER FOR ANY MAKE CAR. i Q Es The Eagles will hold their Orland Killin Football Scrimmage this Saturday. Game ( Q t 2 p.m. at Woodward Field. Admission is $1 or $25 in connection with the dinner and I  raM, Q Q 0 Qt Jack Cave caught this eight-pound, 27- inch rainbow trout on May 17 fishing from the dock at Williams Lake Resort. Chuck Clark, resort owner, reported the fisherman was using worms for bait. Golf tourney set The sixth-annual Peter K. Bozanich Memorial Golf Tournament will be held May 21 at Hangman Valley Golf Course. The tournament is held in memory of Pete Bozanich, an outstanding young teacher in Accounting and Decision Science whose enthusiasm for life affected everyone who knew him. The proceeds from the tournament support the Peter K. Bozanich Scholarship Fund. Three, one-quarter, full-tuition scholarships were awarded last year-- for a total of 16 to date. Students, faculty, staff and commun- ity participants are invited to send their entry fee of $20 to the Bozanich Memorial Golf Tournament, Kingston Hall Room 216, Eastern Washington University. The entry fee includes green fees, refreshments and a prize for every contestant. Eleven trophies will be awarded in two divisions. A Callaway Division is planned for parti- cipants without established handicaps. Tee times will be from noon to 2 p.m. and can be arranged by calling 359-2285. BOWLERSl SUMMER SEMINAR LEAGUE Advanced instruction Video tapes of each bowler & 3 games of competition each week TUESDAYS 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. LiMiTED TO 32 BOWLERS MEN OR WOMEN SIGN UP NOW! --ALSO-- THURS. MIXED LEAGUE (HDCP) 4 on a team - any combination of men or women Bow/3 games on Thurs. 7:30 p.m. LIM/TED TO 32 BOWLERS Both leagues start soon SIGN UP NOW! CHENEY BOWL 1706 2nd 235-6278 Fish Report Fish stamp hearing A public hearing on the proposed Warmwater Fish Stamp for 1983 will be held by the Washington State Depart- ment of Game on May 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Ziegler Building Center Auditorium on Market Street in Spokane. The proposed stamp will not apply to all waters with "spinyray" fish, but will be limited to 12 to 20 lakes and streams in the state where warm water pro- grams are being conducted. Public comments from the meetings and from written letters will be con- sidered by the Game Commission which will meet in Spokane on Aug. 28 and 29 to make the final determination• Cost of the proposed stamp is expected to be $6. Boating registration Persons objecting to the new Spokane County boat registration requirement can find a petition to which they can afix their names at Butler's Boat tIouse on North Silver Lake. The form is being distributed by the Inland Empire Big Game Council. Recently, Thomas and Bernice Myers of Myers' Park Resort on Fish Lake filed suit in Supreme Court against the regulation, claiming the new law deters people from coming into the county to fish. The law requires the registration of all boats, including canoes, rafts and kayaks. The Spokane County Sheriff's office was attempting to raise $60,000 with the new requirement to put a second patrol hoat out on local waters this summer. 8( Q( Q( Q Fishing clinic Bass fishing enthusiasts will ° day-long clinic to their likiff Saturday at the Turn Turn Long Lake. Contact the resort f0o Q details or any local bass club as  g 0 in the Fishing Guide '82 suppleme Q) e Free Press of last month. 0  Spokane-area Fish biologis Gil e Fli Hisata, working for the Depart) g Game, Monday noted that s, visiting West Medical Lake sh O aware that a stringer of seven fi. L Po be all that is needed to reaci  weight limit. Q Inc I1Ne Flyfishermen are experiencit  Br luck at North Silver, Medical an!  Be, other area lakes. Hisata report  the continued unsettled weatl _ • . IM spring is prolonging the flsh  an catches still coming from ! good Fishtrap and Silver Lakes, as  L w, Go A few lunkers have been D ( recent weeks at Williams La) fisherman are urged to catch i  the large fish before the t g rehabdltated this fall.  Cheney Free Press reporte  La, Perrotti'reported taking a limiti  c' from Silver Lake in an hour, tt III C fly on a leaded line from a rd, aCiD The type of fly, however, retJ m cID Q(iD secret. Fishing for silver trout (Koni good at Deer and Loon lakes'-'-'-- Hisata. ONLY THE FACTORY SELLS FOR WE STAND OUT ABOVE THE REST Toyota Celica GT Lift- "111'1 gO back 5-spd., buckets, AM-FM stereo, 1 yr. warranty ............... 4599 citation 4-dr., V-6, auto, IIZ#IZ • OU tilt, local 1 owner, 2 tone paint, l yr, warranty .... 4599 Olds Cutlass diesel 30,0OO 1 owner miles, 79 owner miles, air, tilt, cruise, landau top, rear ILfllllll defogger. 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