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Page 8 Cheey Fr Pre3s Friday, September 18, 1964 Blackhawks Face Dayton Tonigh Dayton's rough and ady Bulldogs invade Cheney to- night to face the Blackhaks in a high school football gaae, schedu'led for 8 p. m. at Fisher Fiekt. The Bulldogs, ,always tough, year in and year out, steam- rollered W,aitsburg in their .opener last week, 51-0. The Bu, lldogs play in the Southeast A Iaguc, ad are perennial powers. Blckhawks' Cach Jim Hatch is still moaning about that 13-7 loss to Medical Lake last Friday--a game .he fig- ured the Blackhawks cou.kl, and slould have won. Hate To Lose "I always hate to tose to a team I figure we were at least equal of," Hatch said. "But the main thing now is to get ready for Dayton," ,he added. Cheney came out of the Medical Lake game, played at Me4ical Lake before 1,200 fans, inel,udin(g.a large Cheney con- tingent, with some bad breaks a'nd sme pleasant surprises. Craig Parks, who has been bothered with ankle trouble in past seasons, popped a knee out of place ,as he was turning to block a man. He was taken by ambulance to a Spokane hospital, and released a short time later. The attending phy- sician said the knee apparen,t- ly had popped right back in place, and Prks may be able to play in a couple of weeks. He will be rephced a wing back tonight by Dale Grub. Oswald Pleases Coach Sopd'mmore Tom Oswald turned in a dandy first game performance, completing 9 passes in 13 ,attempts and di- reetLrg the offense with poise and confidence. Ha,tch was clearly ple,ased with the young quarterback off his first var- sity performance. R, andy, the veteran left half, also was singled out by the coach for ,his play against Medical Lake. Liddell made nine tackles to p,aee the Blackhawks in that depart- ment. Offensively, the Blackh,awks rolled up 220 yards rushing and passing, and Hatch fig- ures this figure will have to be improved considerabl7 to get by Dayton. Pat Smpp, another sopho- more surprise, played ll the ay on deferse at middle gu, ard f(r Cheney and was in on several key tackles. Mike Liddell Scores Mike IAddell scored Cheney's lne touchdown in the second quarter. The Blackhawks drove Lo the Medical Lake four and one yard line on two other oc- casions, but lacked punch when it counted. Monte Pear- son kicked the extra point. A1 Werth scored the Car- dinal's first touchdown short- ly after the game started, fol- lowing a Cheney fumble on the o,pening kickoff. We'th took a 21-yard pass for the score. The Cardinals scored the win- rang touchdown in the second quarter on a 71 yard run by Mike Shankte. Evans tok a pass from Bell for the Medi- cal Lake conversion. The second half was score- less, with heney's penetra- tion to the one yard line the only serious t:hreat of the half. The Bl.ackhawks tried a coun- ter play on fourth down, a play whic.h had walked well all evening, but this time the , hard-charging Carrmls trained back the thrust, and the drive was ended. Hatch will start Mike and Randy Liddell at the left ad right halfback slots tomght, along with Oswald a quarter- back and Grub at wingback. Some Changes Planned The offensive line which started agains Medical Lake will remain the same, with Steve Swegle at right end; Dar- rell Phillipson. righ tackle; Roger Christianon, right guard; Rich Hagelin, center; Monte Pearson, lef guard; Jerry Rohnex, left tackle, and Rod Reed, left end. Tonight's game, the home opener for the Blackhawks, is rmt a cffe,rence game. The first Northeast A league game win be played here next week- end agahist East VaUey. Veteran Savage Lineup Picked To Start Against Linfield In First Game Seven lettermen, two trans- fers and a freshman have been named to the starting teum by Eastern Washington State Col- lege head football coach Dave Holmes for the Savages' open- ing 1964 game against L',mfietd College Saturday. The Savages meet Linfield a.t McMinnville, Ore., at 8 p. m. Five lettermen will be in the starting line, with Fred !Amundson, end; I)oug Cox, tackle; Roger Schjeld'ahl and Steve Hecker, guards, and Dck Langum, center. Soph trans- fer Mick Landmark, Kamiah, Idaho, wi!l be the other tackle, and Joe Mosebar, junio,r trans- fer from Columbia Basin, on the other end. In the backfield, Holmes w-ill have two veteran starters with Bob Clark at quarterback, and Mel Staton, the Savages' top ground gMner, at hal. Don Strate, a soph transfer from Davenaort. will be the other ha}fhack, and Ernie Packen, bush, from Lake Washington, the only frosh on the staring offensive eleven, at flanker- back. The Eastern line will aver- age 208 pounds, the backfield 181, with a team average of 198 pounds. Defensively, the Savages will field a team of sx lettermen, two transfers, two sophomores and a single freshman. At the center of the five man line will be Terry Tucek, flanked by soph Steve Glass and letterman Ken Garma, nn. i Denis McCoy, a junior trans- !fer, will be at one end; Vern Garland, a freshman from Con- crete, Wash., at the other end. Veterans Backs Named Lettermen Curt Byrnes and Don Shove will be linebackers, with Willie Jackson, a letter- man, at one haft, and transfer Dean Adams at the other. Soph Mike Dunn and letter- man Dick Zornes will be at the safety spots. Eastern will average 210 pounds on the defensive line; 181 in the backfield, and 185 pounds for the team. Linfield 'and Easter ,have ANNUAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH Chicken Dinner & Bazaar Thursday, October 1 City Hall -.- 5:30 to 7:30 ADULTS $1.50, CHILDREN UNDER 12, 75c MURIEL CREE, CHAIRMAN BILLIE MELVILLE, CO-CHAIRMAN s18-25 HIGH FLYING HAWKS--These fellows will be ready for Dayton when the Southeast A League football squad plys here tonight at Fisher Field against the Cheney Blackhawks. Left to right are Darrell Phillipson, right tackle; Roger Christianson, right Hagelin, center, and Monte guard. They will be in the starting lineup. Game time is 8 p. m. met six times, the opening game, in 1937, going to the Savages 13:7. Eastern won the next year, but since then Lin- field has won, in 1951 and '52, and in 1962 and '63. Last year, the Savages opened again,st Linfield, and lost a toughly fought contest 7-0. HELM COMPLETES COURSE Don J. 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