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Page 4 CHENEY FREE PRESS Thurs., Sop1. 16, 1971 Refuge To Offer Savage Varsity Add Freshman Only one freshman in the lineup which Eastern Washington State College head football coach John Massengale said will probably start the season-opening football game against Humboldt State College in Arcata, Calif., Saturday evening. He is Ed Giersdorf, a 6 5, 245- pound, 26-year-old tackle from Wilburton, Okla., just discharged from the Marine Corps. Seven sophomores, eight 225-pound soph guard from Spokane Falls CC, at guard. Center Jim Bryand is a 6-2, 195 soph letterman; Darrell Gustafson at right guard a 6-3, 235 senior who has won three letters; Randy Kramer, moved from tight end to right tackle, is a 6-4,230 two-letterman senior, and Scott Garske, from Spokane's North Central High and the University of Hawaii, a 6-4, 230- pound soph, is at tight end. Three lettermen are on the the deep backs on receiving punts. It will be the third meeting between the two teams. Hum- boldt State won both the previous contests, 25-6 in 1960, and 53-0 in 1961. The Savages plan to send a 37- member squad to Humboldt State. They expect to leave by air Saturday morning, returning that night. Trapping Permits Permits for limited harvest of fur animals on the Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge south of Cheney will again be issued by drawing from qualified ap- plicants. In addition, a special recreational trapping area will be set aside this year where interested youth and novices will be permitted to trap. The primary species available for harvest will be muskrats, Golfers Play The Cheney Blackhawk golf will be the host team in a match this Friday afternoon against the University Titans. Match play will be at the Hangman Valley course. Coach Sam Indorf has some 23 members participating in this fall's golf program at the high school. With five returning let- termen, coach Indorf feels his team will show quite well in league play. Returning lettermen include Greg Stone, Dan Stephens, Larry Ham, Steve Miller and Marc Robinson. with more limited trapping of mink, coyote, and others also allowed. Successful applicants in the drawing will be assigned a specific unit and harvest quotas. Trappers will retain 80 per cent of revenue from muskrat and mink, and the entire amount on other species. Refuge Manager Jan Malcolm said that trapping is carried out to protect food and habitat of beth furbearers and waterfowl, and to keep the fur animal populations healthy. Those interested in either the permit drawing or the recreational trapping program should contact the refuge headquarters by October 1. Hunter Locates Brown Bear Jim Betz of Williams Lake was among the lucky hunters who shot a bear over the weekend. Jim was hunting near Gillette Lake when he shot the long yearling brown bear near the resort. He killed the bear with a 44- caliber magnum rifle at about 60 yards distance. juniors and six seniors are among the other probable starters on an offensive team whose line averages 220 pounds, with a 191-pound backfield, for a team average of 211. The defensive team four-man line averages 206, the linebackers 195, and the backs 179, for a defensive team average of 193 pounds. Wink Wchner, a 6-1, 205-pound sophomore transfer from Denver and Northeastern JC, will be the probable starting quarterback, Massengale said. He will be backed up by Pete Glinderman, a 6-3, 200-pound junior from Mead High and the University of Idaho. Others in the backfield will be Mel Collins, the 172-pound senior speedster who made all- Evergreen Conference halfback last year despite a knee injury that kept him out of two games; Arnie Moore, 185-pound junior flanker, and Phil Wheat, 202- pound junior fullback. All are lettermen. The left offensive line will have Sava00e,,e*-- Omak SteveTolva, 6-0, 220 junior at left C,.rds Beat tackle; Dan Roden, 6-1, 190 senior at right guard, and Chuck Cook, 6-3, 210 senior at right end. Ernie Mooney, a 6-3, 220-pound soph from Beaver, Pa., will probably be at left guard. Three lettermen will probably start as linebackers, Massengale said. They are Al Bushnell, left, Mike Lindhe, middle, and Vard Jenks right. Defensive halfbacks will be lettermen Chuck Taste and Dave McGillis, a soph transfer from Wenatchee Valley College. Lettermen Kerry Hawley and Dan Jones will be at safety. A vote of the players has resulted in tri-captains, Massengale said. The three are Picard and Collins, offensive players, and Lindhe, a middle linebacker on defense. Garske will probably do most of the kicking--kickoffs, punts, field goal and point after touch- down attempts, although John Anderson, a 6-3, 275-pound soph 6-3, 198-pound junior Bob card, from Pe ..... .... end ........... rry, rm., may redeve at sprit na, lie m all oz ta6 Garske on field goal and PAT season because of a der attempts. .... injury after a sensational 1969 season. Giersdorf will be at Three speedsters, Collins, 185, tackle, and Etuale Suafoa, 5-11, Taste, 170, and Moore, 185, will be in Season Opener By Ike Higgins The Medical Lake Cardinals got off to a slow start but came on strong later to take their season opener with the Omak Pioneers by a close score of 32-31. It looked grim for the Cards early in the game as the Pioneers ran the opening kick off 90 yards for a touchdown. The ball carrier was Mike Gariano. The second score of the first quarter was also an Omak point maker. Quar- terback Don McCormick took a one-yard-dive to put the Pioneers in front 12-0. Medical Lake scored late in the first on a five- yard touchdown run by Mike Van Matre. A two-point conversion was made by Chuck French. In the second quarter, both teams traded touchdowns for the 24-22 Omak lead at the half. An ll-yard-Imss from McCormick to Jeff Mallet gave Omak the ece. Medical Lake came back with two in a row. A 70-yard-run by John Kelley and a pass-run play from Jim Taylor to Dave South- wick for 56 yards and the touch- down. The latter was followed by a two-point Kelley conversion. The final score was an Omak pass from McCormick to Geriano for 34 yards. Ooulk .................... '.13 1i I 7--$] MII IJk0 ............... $14 $10-.--,1 Omek--Mlko Garlano 90 dlckoff roturn (kick failed) Omak--Oon McCormick 1 sneak (kick The third quarter saw no scoring but did see the start of a 57-yard drive that ended in a fourth quarter score for the Cardinals. The touchdown was by Kelley with Chuch French running the point after. Omak recovered a Medical Lake fumble, one of six, and ran 66 yards to the goal. Following the Run Smith run, Pary Robbins kicked the extra point for Omak's last points of the game. The score was 30-31 in favor of Omak in the final minutes of play when Mike Gariano was caught in the end- fell.d) ........ zone on a quick-kick attempt by French run) . . aeIenswe enu unucK oxnunus Omak--Jeff Mallet 11 IlSa tram Jw:. " ....... o -i "" Cormack (!alL) ...... ior me uarmnms [ g ve me ML-.-Johfl Kelly 70 run crun ta.ea; ML--OI Sthwl 56 Nu frum J rds two points and the game. TI Ior {I } , !:; : I '  " at.-" .... ' ::ted to Omak--Ro mlth 66 umoe o John "'e"e Nex .... return Gary R obbl.ns klCR) .....  1% H y. t week Jle ML $1few, lrllanO /ICKI m   -. - - i zon.- uarmnals lace Kettle Falls at Kettle Falls. OMAK HELD--A Medical Lake Cardinal drops an Omak ball carrier during action Friday night at Medical Lake's season opener. Medical Lake won CARDINALS HOLD---Players from the Medical Lake Cardinals swoop in to drop Ed Lisenby of the Omak team during Friday's football action at the game by a close margin. dark shirts. Medical Lake. Medical Lake goes to Friday for its second game of the Game Due Boy, 8.003 Titan T p Ch y Win trophies' Enjoy the thrill of a s o ene atSprague h'etime in the1971 in F tb llOp PASS o0 a ener scheduled Friday against Worley at 3:30 p.m. at Sprague. &KICK Sprague has six games By Ike Higgins Barlett plunged one yard tara In the second half both teams scheduled this year in the Bi- COA/1PETITION Plagued by fumbles, the score and Marco Beqovich ran tightened up and allowed only County League. Other games are Cheney Blackhawks lost to the the two point conversion, one touchdown apiece, against Worley, Harrington, University Titans last Friday The second quarter was the University scoring in the third on Lind, Almira and Creston. night. The game was a league deciding period for the Titans. a six-yard-run by Baer with a The football field at Sprague game for the hawks on the 3@23 Baer of University scored on a Begovich to Barlett pass to follow was grassed 18st year and is in loss puts them off to a bad start five-yard-dash with the con- up points and Cheney scoring in good shape for play this year. for a good league rating, version attempt failing. Cheney the fourth on a 70 yard pass-run Additionally the tennis courts The Hawks fumbled seven came on strong again to take the from Tim Daugharty to Jim were finished ahead of the L" times and recovered two of them. lead with Steve DeViney scoring Hateh. Steve De.Viney followed summer season and were in Although the Titans didn't have a from five yards out. Jim Hatch that touchdown with a two point active use this summer. good passing game, with 86 yards ran for two points to follow the run. to Cheney's 115, they excelled in TD. Begovich next made himself all other statistics for the win. responsible for two more U-High Coach Jim Hatch of the Cheney got on the board fast touchdowns. He ran 52 yards for Blackhawks said after the game Degree Is Won with a 24-yard pass from Mike one and passed 12 yjds to Barlett that the Hawks didn't play a bad ; Crabb to Deal Spear and a Crabb for the other. On the pass touch- game but the fumbles and the Jeffrey W. Swegle of Cheney : extra point kick. The Titans down, he ran the two-point injury to Mike Crabb early in the was graduated from Washington , '' came back though as Mike conversion, first quarter were deciding State University Summer "k; BOWLING ..... U-ltllh Cmnr factors. Session in physics with distinc- ,_t"-" Yards Passk .................. 116 115 tion. 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