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September 23, 1982 EWU Supplement Page 21 ing' enthusiasm seen at local bars find that a week. This fall, the league ,'s local continues its games on Tues- a sur- the sport to the traong locals spiraled, the and dart in an can go locations in any time of dart game t Showalter's Goofy's, American House under e House The also allows Premises for day nights. Interested dart- iers can gather more infor- mation on the CDA by stop- ping by Showie's Tavern or contacting Art Martin at 235- 4625 or Vic Wiseman at 235- 8680. Inland Empire Dart Tourney Attesting to the growth of Cheney as a major dart cen- ter in Eastern Washington is the large number of tourna- ments held here each year. Most recently, the Associated Students of Eastern Washing- ton University hosted its sec- ond annual Inland Empire Labor Day Dart Classic. More than 250 people turned out to compete for 86 trophies and $5,000 in prize money. A second major dart tour- ney sponsored by the univer- sity is the Lilac Open, held on Memorial Day Weekend. Other tournaments held at taverns in town include the Last Ash Bash, in honor of Mt. St. Helen's eruption, and a Valentine's Sweetheart Dart Tourney. On Sunday afternoon, dartiers head for Showie's Tavern for a weekly Bonzai dart shoot in hopes of Women's sports at PUB winning a little extra cash and a 10-pound turkey. This past summer, local dartiers organized the Che- ney Dart Academy. The CDA is a social organization which encourages new dart throw- ers to participate in local competitions. A summer league of eight teams played competitively every Tuesday night with each team rotating to a different tavern every Cheney dart throwers also have members in the North- west Dart Association head- quartered in Spokane. N.E.W.D.A. players from Cheney have a fall league with three divisions for ad- vanced, intermediate and be- ginning players. The associa- tion is nationally affiliated with the American Dart Or- ganization. Showie's, Goofy's and Bill's Tavern are all sponsoring N.E.W.D.A. teams this fall. After the league play is finished, the top teams in each division vie for the coveted Spokane City Cup. ML West Conference locates here The Mountain West Athletic Conference this summer an- nounced the selection of Dr. Sharon Holmberg as execu- tive director of the newly- formed women's athletic al- liance. Holmberg, former, director of Women's Athletics at Okla- homa State University and at Simpson College in Iowa, will serve as the principal coord- inator and administrator of conferences activities. The conference is com- prised of eight institutions with comparable enrollments whose athletic programs are similar in scope and levels of competition. The member schools are: Boise State Uni- versity, Eastern Washington University, Idaho State Uni- versity, Montana State Uni- ; versity, Portland State Uni- ,ii:!ii  versity, University of Idaho, II  UnI n I nu =, n unl m n n am u i nnl n nulii anll namulu I I '.U:inV;rsihtisY I I The above ,,o0.o = OFF = that the aver. areabut 19 ' Pth Rand Fishermen, , for weigh open GALLON6 II sedby"Lar, cash or nnon I The Alproximately'mSpreadingt II y dit Card .I the gold- re i WIT COUPON THRU OCT. 31, 1982 . .I zn the lake are 9enerally are | | dorsal fins. I GARY'S I ite poses no When the fish | n ""''" i UNION 76 i most other OPen through ere is a one. I er'" Fishermenthat bait II Name t 301 First I Ire Illegal at |  [ hP.n.v WA I at Williams | Address  / --------va' | Irot,gh Oct. | City __  [ | be treated. I...,i....,m,i,iIi_ki......iiiiiiI Dr. Holmberg University of Montana and Weber State College. The MWAC office is located on the campus of EWU. Cross Country is the first conference competitive event and will be hosted by Port- land State in early October. Other required competition is scheduled for volleyball, bas- ketball, outdoor track and tennis. Single conference meets will be held in indoor track and gymnastics. Holmberg views the asso- ciation with optimism: "The formation of a women's athle- tic conference is an exciting and positive step toward pro- viding quality competition for women athletics in an easily identifiable structure." Six of the eight schools in MWAC are members of the Big Sky Conference for men. "I look forward to working closely with the athletic representa- tives of each of the MWAC member schools and with Big Sky Commissioner, Ron Stephenson," she said. Cheney Flea Market and Pawn Shop! New & Used Items Dishes & Housewares ,,Furniture Used Paperbacks, Textbooks and Encyclopedia Sets .Stereos Rent a 4'x8' Table $5.00 Per Day $25.00 Per Week Inside or Out -- A LSO FEA TURING -- D & I ENTERPRISES Recond. Bicycles--Odds n-' Ends & Furniture Furniture Repair K & S ENTERPRISES Buy-Sell or Trade- Gold or Silver 1011 First St. - Next to Zip's Call 235-4347 or 448-1545 Open Daily 9 to 6 - Fri. & Sat. 9 to 8 vl k-