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Page 8 CheneyFreePress Thursday, June 17, 1982 Special athletes win awards Special athletes from Cheney High School and Robert Reid Lab School in Cheney participated in the State Spe- cial Olympics, June 4-6, in Tacoma at Fort Lewis. A total of 2,100 athletes from 39 Washington counties participated in the 14th-annual games Cheney High School athletes to win awards included: Nathan Clark-6th in the 100m and fourth in the frisbee; Terre Pratt-gold medal in the 50m, 4th in softball throw and 4th in frisbee; Rust.y Hand-gel d medal in frisbee, gold medal in softball and 8th in 100m; Whitney Hoon-4th in 50m, 4th in softball and a bronze medal in frisbee; and Dotty Dzedzy-bronze medal in frisbee, bronze medal in softball and 8th in 50m. Reid School participants included: Tabitha Bly-5th in 50m and 6th in 400m team relay: Geoffrey Stevenson-lst in 50m, 3rd in Frisbee and 6th in 400m relay; Jeremy Johnson-2nd in frisbee, 3rd in 50m and 6th in 400m relay; Aaron Hand--lst in 50m and 3rd in frisbee; and Mark Van Troba, 4tn in 50m. The competitions on Saturday and Sunday included track and field events, cross country run, run-dribble-shoot, soccer skills, frisbee, wheelchair events and softball throw. Also included was a special workshop for parents with topics covering the law, special education, recreation and vocation as they relate to their lives and the lives of their handicapped children. The athletes were treated to many leisure time activities when they were not in competition; such as hot air balloon rides, rollerskating, carnival games, clowns, sports clinics, pony rides, a dance and variety show, a photo tent where athletes had their picture taken with a celebrity, a hair fair where a beauty salon contingent did hair styles for the dance on Saturday evening. City swimming pool opens this Saturday Swimming season in Cheney gets underway Saturday with the opening of the city pool This summer, the pool will remain open through Aug. 27. Open swim hours on Monday through Saturday will be 2-8 p.m. Open hours on Sundays will be 1-5 p.m. The junior and senior high student splashes will be held on Thursday Recreation Results Men's Modified Fast Pitch Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7--R H E Plaza 0 0 5 3 0 3 0--11 12 0 Goofy's 3 5 6 0 1 3 0--18 17 0 Top hitters for Goofy's were: Tim McRoberts--t-IB, 3-2B and 4-RBI; Lane Yonogo--3-1B, I-3B and 2-RBI; and Gary Andersan--2-3B and 2-RBI. Defensive standouts for Goofy's were rover Monde Garzo and left fielder John alp. John Honke was the winning pitcher for Gao{y's, 4-1. evenings from 8:30 to 10:30 p.n The pool also will be available on Sundays from 5: 30 to 8 p.m. for rental for private parties. Daily admission to the pool is as follows: 14 and over, 90 cents; 10-13, 60 cents; 6-9, 30 cents; and tots ages 5 and under, free when accompanied by an adult. The "splash" fee is 60 cents. Eastern Washington University stu- dents will be admitted free with sum- mer quarter I.D. (A tot pool also is available. ) Family passes will be $45 for the first four family members, with each addi- tional member .(over.age 5)..eosting $5.50. Individual sson posses are as follows: 14 and Over, $1'8.50; 10-13, $14.50; and 6-9, $11. For more details, contact the Cbeney Parks and Recreation Department at 235-6134. 'Women's Softball, 6/10/82 Team I 2 3 4 5 6 7--R Showohers 2 0 3 0 0 1 0.--6 Cowpatti's 0 2 2 0 0 0 3--7 Top hitters for Cowpatti% were: Janet Riptey--1-1B, 1-35; Wendy Fiefek--2-1B; and Kathy Sawtels--2-1B. To hitters for Showaher were: Lois--1-tB, 2-3B; and Sheri-*4-1B. Defensive standouts for Cowpatti's were Jerene Gorsuch at third and Janet Ripley at shortstop. Winning pitcher was Cowpatti's Sharon Stumph, 2-0. Cowpatti's came from behind in the last inning for the win. Men's Softball, 6/8/82 Team .I 2 3 4 5--R Sav-Mart 1 O 0 0 0--1 Bldg. Supply 1 1 7 9 0--18 Top hitters for Cheney Building Supply were: Greg Dempsey;;2-1B, 1-HR, and 4-RBI; and Bill Jenkinlon-- 2-IB, I-2B, and I-RBI. Cheney Building Supply's defensive standout was second baseman Bill Mount, and the team's winning pitcher was Dave Hove, 3-0. A lot of hits and no errors gave Cheney Building Supply another win. The team is now 6-0 in play. Women's Softball, 6/10/82 Team I 2 3 4 5-- R H E F&M 0 2 2 0 I- 5 8 7 Owl 18 1 7 3 0-29 16 2 Outstanding hitters for the Owl team were: Donna Dotsan--4-1B, 4-4RBI; Lindo Horsin--3-1B, I-2B, 4-RBI; and Kristy Vandine--2-1B, 2-2B and 4-RBI. Top hitters for F&M were: Jane-- 1-1B and 2-RBI; Anita--2-1B and I -RBI; and Kris--1-1B and 2-RBI. Defensive standouts for Owl were right fietder Resa Hilderman and rover uzie Meyers. Owl's winning pitcher was Goi Alnutt, 3-1. Team 1 2 3 4 5 6-. R H E Elegant Egg 2 2 0 0 0 1--5 8 4 Owl 6 6 0 1 0 2-15 12 2 Top hitters for Owl Pharmacy were: Dana Mc- Clellond--2-2B and 3-RBI; Anne Haase-3-1B and 2.RBI; and Jane Howell, I-IB, 2-2B and 2-RBI. Top Elegant Egg hitters were: Mavis Catan--2-1B and I-RBI; and Puolo Perez--1-1B and 2-RBI. Defensive Owl standouts were shortstop Howell and center fielder Pat Cogley. Defensive standouts for Elegant Egg were rover Carolyn Dobbins and left fielder Jennifer Jucha. Owl's Gai Alnut was the winning pitcher. Losing pitcher was Cheryl Schwenn. Women's SIo-pitch League Softball Schedule Week of June 22 June 22 * Tuesday Cowpotti's vs Formers & ,rchonts, 6:30, Solnave Elegant Egg vs. Showies, 6:30, MoBs June 24 - Thursday Elegant Egg vs Owl Pharmacy, 6:30, Safnave Showie's vs Formers 8, Merchants, 9:30, Salnave Standings as of June 10 Team Wins Loss Cowpptt Vs 4 0 Owl Pharmacy 3 1 Showie's 2 2 Elegant Egg 1 3 Formers & Merchants O 4 Men's Modified Fostpitch League Schedule Week of June 21 June 21 - MoeJoy Savage Hosue vs Cheney Building Supply, 6:15, Salnave Zip's Drive-in vs Goofy's Tavern, 7:45, Salnove June 22 - Tuesday Elegant Egg vs Say-Mart, 8:(30, Salnave June 23- Wednesday Bill's Tavern vs Plaza Grange, 6:15, Salnave Cheney Building Supply vs Zip's Drive-in, 7:4.5, Solnav( June 24 - Thursday Elegant EOq v$ Savage House, 8:00, SoJnave Standings o' o t June lO- Team Wins LOSS Cheney Building Supply 6 0 Bill's Tavern 5 1 Goofy's Tavern 5 t Elegant Egg 2 4 Pozo Grange 2 4 Zip's Drive-in 2 4 Savage House I 5 Soy-Mart I 5 Special Athletes Awards Special athletes from Cheney High School competing in the recent State Special Olympics at Tacoma, from left, were Rusty Hand, Nathan Clark, Whitney Hoon and Terry Pratt. Not pictured is Dottle Dzedzy. At right is special ed teacher Jim McConnell. Special athletes from the Robed Reid Lab School in Cheney who competed at the State Special Olympics in Tacoma, from left, were Aaron Hand, Mark Van Troba, Jeremy Johnson, Geoffrey Stevenson and Jay LemasteL Not pictured is Tabitha Bly. The class is taught by Bonnie Cannon, standing in back. Three Sunset Elementary School students recently received the Presidential Fitness Award. Students, from left, are John Goodman, Jamie Ward and Travls Cornette. Sportsmen told to wait sheep, mountain goat or wild turkey. The transport tag must be obtained after buying a hunting license, and it must be notched, along with the stamp, and then attached to the carcass of the animal killed. A detachable "game harvest report card" is part of the transport tag and it should be filled out and returned to the Game Department within ten days after the animal has been killed. The new pheasant punchcards and upland bird stamps are also expected to go to the license dealers in July. Hunters interested in applying for either-sex or antlerless hunting permits for deer or elk will have to wait until about the middle of July for application blanks to be available at hunting and fishing license dealerships. For the first time, a $2 application permit fee will be required for indi- viduals applying for these deer or elk permits. A $4 fee will be required for partnership elk hunt applications. A separate transport tag, with a species stamp affixed, is required to hunt bear, deer, elk, moose, cougar, Cheney Track Club results ==== !ram 1 . . , i ,,; ; . , . ,,; LJ 2nd Jason Brown 11' 3 1/8"; shot 3rd 6V2"'; and 200m 6th Charlene Brown. Midgets--8OOm 3rd Theresa Simmons 2:51.5; 50m.h. 4th Julie Throckmorton 10.2; 40am-Relay 4th Kelly Johnston, Julie Throckmorton, Jennifer Jessett and Theresa Simmons 1:01.9; shot 3rd Jennifer Jessett 21' 9V2"; Discus 2nd Kelly Johnston 45" 8"; and discus 5th Jennifer Jessett 4' 8V". Youth--8OOm 2nd Tommy Simmons 2:40.3; 200mlh 1st Tommy Simmons 31.8; HJ rSth Cathy Van Kuren 4' 2"'; Shot 4th Cathy Van Kuren 26" 4d'; discus 2nd Cathy Two Cheney Track Club athletes competed in the inland Empire Mutli-Events Championship in Yokimo June 13. Debbie Horgrove won the bantam girls Junior Olympic troihhon with 930 points. She scored 299 in the lOOm with a time of 15.46, 181 points in the 6# shot put with o distance of 16" 3" and 450 points for her 3' 10" high jump. Tim Steiner scored 2,713 points in the youth boys" Junior Oympic Pentathlo 9. He ran the lOOm HH in 20.6, reaped 14' 5" in the long jump, threw the 4K shot 30" 3"', high jumped 5' 4" and ran the 800m in 2:,46.16. Hunter meal, classes set Area sportsmen may be interested in attending a Fathers Day (June 20) pancake breakfast at the Moran Prairie Grange from 8 a.m. to I p.m. Sponsored by the Inland Empire Big Game Council, the event will go toward wildlife projects, which will be under- taken by the junior chapter of the council. Cost of the all-you-can-eat function is free to children under age six, $1.50 for those ages 6 through 16, and $2.50 for those over 16. The Grange is located at 61st St. and the Old Palouse Highway, Southeast Spokane. The Big Game Council also will conduct a Hunter Education Class for those young hunters living outside the City of Spokane. This one-day program will be held June 19 from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Ziegler Building Center Auditorium, 4220 N. Market St., Spo- kane. The program is offered free to youth ages 17 and younger. However, it Plan for 'special' hunts now If you're interested in going hunting this fall, now is the time to start thinking about getting in your applica- tion for the "special" hunts. Applicants forgoat or sheep permits must submit their names on special ca  available after the middle of May at all license dealers or Game Depart- ment offices. Moose hunt applicants must send in their name, address, date of birth and hunting license number on standard 3" by 5V2" cations must be received at the Depart- ment of Game office, 600 N. Capitol Way, Olympia 98503, no later than 4:30 p.m. on July 22. Postal Service postcard. Two persons may apply on the same card for goat and sheep hunts, bm enly one name per application is allowed for moose hunts. If an applicant is successful in the goat or sheep permit drawing, he or she will be required to purchase a permit for $35. If an applicant for the moose hunt is one of the three successful entrants chosen in the drawing, a fee of $1OO is required. All goat, sheep or moose hunt appli- An upland bird stamp, costing $6, is needed in order to hunt pheasant, quail and partridge in Eastern Washington, while a $12.50 punchcard is needed to hunt the same species on the west side of the Cascades. is asked that those attending bring sack lunches. To register, call the center at 489-8760 or the Spokane Game Depart- ment Office at 456-4082. Cheney-area youngsters also should note that today is the last day to sign up with the Cheney Parks and Recreation Department for this summer's Hunter Education Classes here in Cheney. Cheney classes will be held on four consecutive Tuesday's starting Aug. 10, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Fisher Adminis- tration Building. Instruction is free. I I I CHENEY BOWL SUMMER HOURS: Closed on Mondays Open 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tuesdays thru Saturdays Sundays open 2 to 9 p.m. Also open Thursday afternoons 1 to 5 ALL OPEN BOWLING THIS SUMMER WILL BE WITH COLORED HEADPIN STRIKE WINNING A FREE GAME TICKET. KEEP COOL/ WE ARE COMPLETEL Y AIR CONDITIONED Master Gardening By Elsie L. Jarvis Spokane County Master Gardener If you are interested in making full use of your garden space, now is the time to consider second plantings for a fall crop; When you have used up that first planting of radishes, lettuce or peas you will have space available to start more vegetables for a later harvest. For those who have not been garden- ing very long, there is an excellent bulleting (#EB 422) put out by Cooper- ative Extension Department of Wash- ington State University at Pullman and available for the asking at Spokane County Extension Office, N. 222 Ha- vana, Spokane 99202. Titled "Home Gardens", it has helpful information for even the experienced gardner. Table 2 alone lists most common vegetables and gives spacing, pro- duction and days to harvest based on a 10 foot row. Besides containing other valuable tips, the last half of this bulletin tells about "various vegetable problems and what to do about them." According to EB 422 here in Eastern Washington, we should: --Plant BEETS July 15 to August 15 for use of roots. If tops are desired for greens, plant until early September. --Plant BEANS July 1 to Aug. 1, depending on variety. They must be harvested before frost. --Start CABBAGE plants June 15, and transplant to the garden in August. --Plant SPINACH July 15 to Aug. 15. --Plant CARROTS July 15 to Aug. 1. If you store in the garden, be sure to mulch for protection from freezing. --TURNIPS, RUTABAGAS and PARSNIPS also need a mulch to protect them for fall J ing. Leave them in' storage and harvest during the winter. Did you plant hotter weather it is Have you tried Swiss This is easy to the leaves roots to produce morel Chard is a member and there your taste. If you arel the vegetable plot, Chard as a border in Another method of go vertical. Peas and often grown on string but did can also be trained t0! old piece o'f chickeZ the leaves through the vine up. This also picking. in the flower beds and mint; although,: planted first in a the ground to Strawberries also addition to the flower! Another way to space is to plant in and planters of dirt and, if you have no you might consider vegetables this way. attractive and so quick salad. A word d these plants need water than regular must have good where the sun will hottest part of the Local boxer adva Cheney student Dean DeVoe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen DeVoe, last week- end won in regional boxing competition and earned the right to advance to national competition. DeVoe, age 15, boxing at 125 pounds, defeated Marco RiBs of Tacoma in Richland. National competition is plan- ned for June 22-26 at Because of the and his parents will: practice there. Boxing club and Vasser, DeVoe also is, at Cheney Library sale set Ten-thousand books, plus records, magazines, surplus furniture and equipment will be sold at bargain prices during Spokane County Library District's three-day book saleJue 24, 25 and 26. The sale will be held in the garages of the library's Administration Building, N. 2901 Argonne ltd., 12-9 p.m. on Thursday to 6 p.m., Friday and! All books, children's books, fiction, and priced between 15 and oooooooooooooeoCOUPONooooooe : MAKE DAD FEEL SPECIAL TREAT HIM TO A " DORNER'S IF]'IZZ : 0 } : OFF ALL [IZ00 :, FATHER? DAY WEEKEI Sun:Thurs. 3 to 9 pm Fri,&Sat. 11amtogpm Cash' value 1/20 of one cent oeeeeoeee 0000000000000000 ONLY THE FACTORY SELLS FOR LESS Used Cars Cost Less at Anderberg 73 Camper Van: New engine, new radial tires, AM-FM cassette, pop-up top, 4 spd, ice box, sleeps 4. $5495.00 80 Malibu: 4 dr. 3 to choose from. 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