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19,1996 Cheney Free Press Page 3 of meets High School Class reunion the SPOUses attended the a no-host dinner on the River. roup boarded a of Cheney and school, which offices The | Stop at the home ot  Floyd Cook, who bus and greeted 'made the , acted as tour uet for 45 Sun- breakfast, they good-byes in the room they had re- Back Row: Elinor (Cadruvi) Van Haren, Melvin Schmidt, Bill Leinweber, Lloyd Reitmeier, Ken Judd, Bill Fisher, Bob Gifting, Jim Hays, Otis Parks. Middle Row: Ralph Orey, Joyce (Bronson) Lyons, Donna (Reese) Montzheimer. Joy (Davis) Franklin, Mary (Strieff) Palmquist, Joyce (Sumsion) Hooker, Tom Dickinson, Kathy (Thompson) Shields, Sandra (Allen) Lyon, Dale Hagel. Front Row: Jeanne (Proctor) Grogan, Jackie (Clavert) Alford, Amy Jo (Melville) Sooy, Donna (Clute) Rice, Ann (Adamson) Schmidt, Norma (Johnson) Devore, Jeannette (Proctor) Ham, Carol (Johnson) Strieff, Jo Ann (Holiday) Gifting, Sue (Daniels) Henly. ROTC run open to all The Eastern Washington Univer- sity Army ROTC invites the pub- lic--as well as all students, faculty and staff at the university--to par- ticipate in its first "Where Eagles Dare" 5 km road race and challenge on Saturday, Sept 21. The race, part of Welcome Week activities at Eastern, begins and ends in the campus mall, with the race consisting of a loop through the city of Cheney and the EWU cam- pus. Pre-registration is $8; entries postmarked after Sept. 18 are $10. T-shirts will be given to all who fin- ish in under 50 minutes, and awards go to the top three male and female finishers in each age category. This back-to-school run "will let us see just what kind of shape we're all in and give us the chance to get acquainted as the new academic year begins," said Lt. Col. Alan Westfield, chair of the EWU Depart- ment of Military Science. To sign up for the "Where Eagles Dare" road race and challenge or for more information, call 359-6105 or stop by Cadet Hall on Eastern's campus. Cheney Free Press want ads! Call 235-6184 to place your ad ' Action MotorSports ' I s v(}u r snowblower ready-to do , * I,alil this WINT[II,9 , [k'licvc il or ,,,,|, snow ,,'ill lr' up bclbrc yot, ::.: know ii ... , ;.:" ...Plan ahca(l Call Action )lotorpoH ;, , 0015-187! '!gohm rage 2 tIal observance of the tt Pro-r- eStale am. A program ih blished by Congress Crase mutual tmder- e the peovle of the e'ople of other court- viewing the II, believ- between nations Understanding and id at that time that and studied in one "They might for empathy, a Other men, and peace." grants are of academic promise to and scholars citizens to study, d Conduct research. 200,000 indi- than 70,000 ve participated in the its inception. Last from more universities in all 50 states traveled abroad to stud teach or do research in more than 600 institutions in nearly 150 countries. Foreign students and scholars from nearly 700 overseas institutions came to nearly 300 American college and rtiversities across America. Some of the world's prominent Fulbrighters includeAmerican com- poser Aaron Copeland, American poet Maya Angelou, Greek Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou, United Nations General Secretary Boutros Ghali, American economist and Nobel Prize winner Milton Friedman, American Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, American jour- nalist Georgie Anne Geyer and American writers Joseph Heller, John Updike and Eudora Welty. The primary source of funding for the Fulbright Program is a Con- gressional appropriation, with sub- stantial support from foreign gov- ernments, private donations and in- kind gifts. It has been noted that the program is facing a large decrease in its Congressionally-apprpriated funding. It,sl It's 00 O 0000000 It's O OO0 | During the For this area .. only! Over in stock! / on some of America's Best Selling Cars & Trucks FORD TAURUS Ammm THUNDERBIRD FORD F_SCOFrr WINOSTAR VlCTOmA ....... .... For days only! September 18.21 Only at Your Northwest Ford Dealer 1.9% APR financing on any '96 Taurus, Escort, Aspire, Mustang, Thunderbird, Probe, Crown Vicforia, Windstar, Aerostar, or Ranger for qualified buyers or rake turret Ford Incentive. 36 rag. financing a $28.60 per rag. per $000 financed. Take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 9/21/96. See dealer for details.