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23, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 9 to face British Columbia in home opener University will host unbeat- Columbia in of the at 1:30 p.m. for its first two successive of Big Sky Conference opponents. The Eagles dropped a 24-20 decision to Montana State last Saturday in Bozeman. British Columbia, coached by East- ern Washington alum Frank Smith, may be headed toward its most suc- cessful season. The Thunderbirds are the top-ranked college team in Canada and they ripped off their fourth straight triumph last Saturday, whipping Sas- katchewan, 37-7. The T-Birds have taken a commanding lead in the race for the Western Intercollegiate Football League title despite playing three of their first four games on the road. EWU defeated UBC, 29-6, to win its 1981 home opener. After the narrow losses to Weber State and Montana State, Eastern is hard hit by injury, particularly among its running backs. As a result, the Eagles have relied heavily on the pass and senior quarterback Jim Brittain came close to school records in Boze- man, completing 29 of 46 throws for 363 yards. Fullback Mike Andersen caught 10 passes, one of them for a nine-yard touchdown. Unlike 1981, British Columbia comes to Cheney injury free. With its strong showings on the road against Big Sky Conference teams, Eastern Washington still has an excel- lent chance to gain NCAA Division II playoff consideration; although, coach Dick Zornes expects that the Eagles may have to win all eight of their remaining games to qualify. EWU will be at least a slight favorite Saturday when British Columbia plays its only 1982 game under American rules. The Eastern running attack again may be limited. Tailback Dean Brady, an All- America candidate when the season begafi, may not play because he con- tinues to be hampered by a rib separa- tion suffered in the final preseason major scrimmage. Ace Reserve tail- back Jeff Haack (Seattle) is sidelined by a kneee injury after running for 91 yards at Webert State. Sophomore transfer Roscoe Horne or freshman Craig Givens, a redshirt last fall, will start. Andersen is hobbled by a deep thigh bruise. Right defensive end Bryan Branden- burg and his reserve, Jonathan Hayes, are out with knee and hand injuries, respectively. Starting flanker Fred Baxter will be out two to three weeks with a shoulder separation, and right defensive tackle Larry Rencken may have a broken thumb. Concentration be inducted hall of fame Fisher will be inducted this Dakota School Fame. be in conjunction aetivi- when lettered in and 1924. He also Player in 1924. As at the school, his bachelors of from North in 1928. was honored of the State in Spokane came to s a teacher, coach Years, following and coach in North During World War I1 in 1943 and 1944, Fisher was a chief petty officer in the Navy. He also was active in Cheney government and activities. He was a member of the Cheney City Council for 18 years and was mayor of Cheney for the last five years. He also was president of the Cheney Chamber of Commerce for two years and was a member of the State WIAA Board for 20 years, serving as its president three times. He was the first World War II commander of the Cheney American Legion Post. Medical Lake Cardinal Jenny Jundt follows through on a shot made during the second game against the Cheney B lackhawks volley- ball team last Saturday. De- spite some good shots, the Cards lost 15-8 against the taller Blackhawk team. The Cardinals will get another shot at victory tonight when they host West Valley at 6p.m. In Cheney, Fisher was honored by the school district in the naming of a football field and school administration building in his honor. Now he devotes most of his time to fishing and garden- ing. He and his wife, Dorothy, have a son, G. William Fisher of Edmonds, and daughter Ann L. Heehn of Marys- ville, Wash. defeats ML Single defensive a big play game," said )re Oswald of his night's win faction went by team. In the ML Cardinals One-yard run by point-after at- in the third who re- Tim good, and the in the its lead Mitchell came garnered three passes each for 36 yards and 44 yards respectively. Tightend Gilbreth also punted six times for 195 yards for a 32.5-yard average. Giannandrea said the defense is "playing pretty good," citing Artis, the only Card to earn a touchdown with 14 tackles and Conrad Taylor with 11. While the Blackhawks earned two score-winning interceptions, quarter- back Reid had two for ML which he returned for 34 yards. Jack Zappone also caught one, thoUgh no yardage was gained by the interception. Without a single recovery on a fumble, the Cards completed the game with a total rushing of 57 yards and total passing of 115 yards. In the game, Cheney rushed for 151 yards on 37 carries, compared to Hitting ; P P W  ,,+ Cheney junior Laurie Hattemer showed her ability to block and spike during Saturday's game with Medical Lake. Assisting on this play, in the foreground, was setter Kara Neubauer. CHS volleytJall team xtends record to 2-0 "Team play" was the reason given by Cheney High School girls' volleyball coach Gary Hutsell for his team's 15-7. 15-8 win over Medical Lake Saturday evening in Cheney. ,,.: Hutsell commented his team showed its best team play so far this season. Earlier in tim week, the lady Black- hawks beat West Valley, 15-7, 13-15 and 15-6. "We were just inconsistent," said the Cheney coach, speaking of the WV match, adding that WV had many "scrappy" players. Bowling Scales SUNDAY MIXED 4 Chet's Flowers 4 Prickly Pairs 5 #5 6 Pioneer Union 6 Deep Canyon Ranch 7 Boots Insurance 7 Cheney Locksmith BOWLERETTES Deep Canyon Ranch B Formers & Merchants Bank 8 Cheney Bowl 7 Cornwall Machinery 6 #4 6 Dave Burnham's Flying Service 5 The Elegant Egg 5 Top hitters for Cheney against WV were Dabble Barrom and Laurie Hat- tamer. "We played well and we played hard, but not hard enough," said Medical Lake Coach Dave Kingley of the Cheney match. The lady Cardinals also dropped their first league match to Colville, 15-11 and 15-8. Both the Colville and Cheney scores, though, attest to the "scrappy" attitudes the Medical Lake team is taking this season with its young line-up. Strong serving was shown against Medical Lake by Kara Neubauer and Lisa Mills, both of whom served for 100 percent. Neubauer and Mills also had three and two aces, respectively. Hit- ting for 100 percent was Barrom. Hattemer was credited with four blocks. Tonight, Medical Lake will host West Valley, while Cheney hosts Pullman. Junior varsity action starts at 6 p.m., with wu'sity to follow at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Medical Lake will travel to Deer Park, while Cheney travels to East Valley. Starting times are 1 and 2:30 p.m. for junior varsity and varsity matches. Cheney Coach Hutsell said he expect- ed a good match tonight against Pull- man, which also is undefeated going into the match, having already put down East Valley, 15-0 and 15-2. ML runners show team effort "The team had a positive attitude and showing at the Sept. 18 Pelleur Invita- came through a very tough course tional at Whitworth College. without any major problems," Coach From the varsity team eight runners Paul Cicero said of the Cardinals' managed to place among more than 71 8 0 7 t Eagl i i e runners plan trip 2 6 cross-country runners. Senior Joe Lit- zinger finished a medal-earning sev- enth. Other runners in the top half of the finishers included Todd Ray with 19:32 and Tim Whitley with 20:43. Times for the other competitors were: William Bloom, 21:18; sopho- mores Eric RelatE, 21:27; Mike Kirk- wood, 23:28; and Lars Leinweber, cited by the Mike Bunt- Partanen. it away, but it," was the John Giannan- ! raatter how you the game, won of two inter- earned ML quarterback 10 out of 115 yards, and Tim Gilbreth Medical Lake's 70 yards on 33 carries. Cheney completed five of 17 passes for 87 yards, while ML grabbed 10 of 26 passes from the air for 115 yards. Cheney totaled 10 first downs and 238 yards of offense, while ML had seven first downs for 185 yards of offense. Bunting was Cheney's top rusher, totaling 93 yards on 23 carries, followed by Mitchell's 51 yards on nine carries. Cheney 0 0 7 6--13 ML 0 6 0 0-- 6 Friday night, ML will host Clarkston at 7:30 p.m., facing the Bantam's 185-pound, scrambling quarterback Frank Wormington. Cheney will travel to Pullman for its game Friday night. If one won't clinch it, two should do the job seems to be the attitude of Cheney Blackhawks as they take down Cardinal Fullback James Artis. The "Black. hawks had two interceptions which led to touch. downs at last Friday's game, winning them a 13-6 victory, the second in five years against long. standing rivals Medical Lake Cardinals. #2 3 9 High Team Total: Cheney Bowl, 2744. High Team Game: Cheney Bowl, 944. High Individual: Lorna Schieche, 217, 602. FRIDAY NITE MIXED #7 7b 4( #1 Country Bumpkins 7 5 #8 7 5 #5 6/ 5% #6 6 6 #2 5 7 #4 Try Again 5 7 #3 Lightweights 4 8 High Teem Total: //2, 2019. High Team Game: #2, 764 High Individual: Lester Barton, 585, 243; Nancy Norton, 474; Sherri Jensen, 194. BUSINESSMEN Miller Lite 11 S Joke's Steak Pit 10 6 Cheney Cable 10 6 West Plains Service 10 6 Roger's Auto Parts 10 6 Joey August 8 8 Morion Homes 3 13 Nabisco Brands 2 14 High Team Total: West Plains Service, 2629. High Team Game: Joey August, 933. High individual: Wall Zabel, 245; John Boots, 669.. MERR Y MIXERS Goochimers 10 2 Hopefuls 9 3 Excell Foods 6 6 Hot Shots 6 6 Happy Hookers 5V: 6;/2 Skin Flints SV 61/1 Scramblers 4 8 Rose Bowls 2 10 High Team Total: Hot Shots, 2402. High Team Game: HOt Shots, 869. High Individual: Gene Helgeson, 613, 240; Pat McKinley, 504; Tommie Wright, 190. KOFFEE KUP KEGLERS Ms. Fits 7 1 Alley Cats 6 2 4 Questions 5V2 1 V2 R.O.T.C. 4 4 Sleepers 4 4 Sunflowers 2 6 Fatmerettes ' 2 6 Helpl 1 V2 6'/2 High Team Total: R.O.T.C., 2215. High Team Game: 4 Questions, 794. High Individual: Lois Merrill, 552; Tommie Wright, 223. Equitable Life-Savers I 7 High Team latah Pioneer Union, 2397. High Team Game: 866 Pioneer Union, High Individual: Paul Harsin, 224; Judi Gabriello, 210; Paul Harsin, 12; 529 Faye Montecucco AUTOMOTIVE Elegant Egg B 2 Sprague Viking 7 3 Pioneer Union '76 7 3 Anderberg Chevrolet 6 4 Andre Romberg Ins. 5 5 Bill's Tavern 5 5 Courtesy Auto 2 8 Ratcliffe Ford 0 10 High Team Total: Sprague Viking, 30t4. High Team game: BilJ's Tavern, 1061. High Individual: Bernie Balfe, 635; AI Mclntire, 233. TUESDAY TRIO SCRATCH #3 55 20 #8 53 22 #6 43 32 #2 37 38 #5 32 43 #4 31 44 AD-SHIR-TIZING 26 49 #7 23 52 High Team Total: #B, 2356. High Team Game: #8, 644. High Individual: Jim Dyck Jr., 866(4), 662(3); Susan Dyck, 732(4); Pat Porter, 255; Marlene McCorkle, 203; Lorno Schieche, 553(3). SCRATCH CLASSIC Boots Insurance 54 21 The Glasserie 48 27 #4 431/2 31 '/2 #6 38 37 #3 34 41 #5 33V2 41 '& Gary's Union 31 44 #1 18 57 High Team Total: Gary's Union, 2407. High Team Game: Gary's Union, 662. High Individual: Jim Frazier, 688(3). 942(4), 300; Judy Cowan, 607(3), 809(4); 215. Subscribe CHENEY CITY LIGHT CUSTOMERS If you heat your home primarily with electricity, you are el}gible for a free home energy audit and possibly a re- imbursement for insulation work done, under a BPA- sponsored Energy Buy-back Weatherization Program. Re- imbursements for insulation work normally pay for all or most of the costs of insulation. For more information or to make an appointment for an energy audit, call . , ' Cheney Light Conservation ' Office- 235-8443 7:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Eastern Washington University's men's and women's cross country teams make their first trip to Alaska this week to compete in invitational meets in Anchorage and Fairbanks. Invited to Alaska as part of an effort to promote the distance-running sport in the 50th state, the Eagles will be the featured entrants in the Alaska- Anchorage Invitational Friday and in the Alaska-Fairbanks Invitational Sun- day. All three schools will run, along with open entrants, in both meets. EWU opened its 1982 season last Saturday in the annual Arnie Pelluer Invitational on the 8,000-meter Whit- worth College course where University of Colorado's Orly Waller won the men's race in 24:57, only 10 second MOTOR VEHICLE LICENSING OUTLET NOW OPEN 422 - 2nd- Cheney Tues.-Fri. - 10 to 5 Sat. 9 to 12 I II BO WLk RS SUNDAYS RENT-A.LANE I0 a.m. to 1 p.m. $4.00 Per Hour Bring the Family 000000000 SAVE $$$ Buy a 52 game punch card for only $5.50, then pay only 65 per game bowled. CHENEY BOWL 1706 2nd 235-6278 iii ahead of senior All-American Steve Pybus of EWU. Pybus, fourth in the NCAA Division II Championships last fall, returned to competition after missing the 1982 track season with an Achilles tendon injury. Freshman Mark Hoitink (Kenne- wick) placed 23rd as Eastern's second runner across the finish line in his collegiate debut. EWU runners not going to Alaska will run Saturday in the Whitman Invita- tional. 24: 08. Only one female runner from a team of five girls, Jill Gober, participated in the 3000mm run. The senior finished in 27:59, contributing her part to Medical Lake's finishing score of 139 points. The boys earned an overall standing of fifth place at the invitational which included schools such as Gonzaga Prep, East Valley, Omak, Riverside and Tonasket. The Cards' next match is this after- noon at 4 p.m. when Medical Lake will host Freeman and Riverside. ONL Y THE FACTORY SELLS FOR LESS '1983' IS HERE! 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