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Page 8 Cheney F Press ,F], September 25, 1964 Cheney, East Valley Clash Here Tonight One thing is certain about tonight's Cheney-]ast Val] high school football game at Fisher Field: Wk% lose or tie, the BLck- hawks are going to have a new look. Coach Jim Hatch .mes no bones about being phinly upset over the 25-0 'g Dasrton' harmed the Blackhwks here hst Friday. Seniors In Danger I-Itch started a predomin- ently senior lineup in the first two games against Medical Lake and D aytorr, and the Blackhawks were beaten both times. Now, he promises, there will be some changes made. It's an old adage among foot- ball coaches that if sen}ors can't win for you, you might as well lose with sophomores and start building far the fu- ture. Hatch made it clear to his seniors this week that they must display considerably more moxie or they will lse their jobs. "I knew it's tough on the ldds, especially the seniors, to adapt to a new style of coh- ing after they .have been told other ways for three years," Hatch said this week. "Bt," he added, "it must be done." Starters In Doubt I4aeh dtclined to rmme a starting lineup for tonight's game, as he said he wouldn't be sure himself until game time. There will be many chages, especially in the 'line, he promised. Tom Oswald, he solhomore quarterback who played a f'ne gzme against Medical Lake, came up with a case of soph- omore jitter against the big Dayton sqlmd and was badly off form. He didn't get much help from the ,other backs, eith- er, as the Blackhawks made less than 100 yards ruShi and passing. Craig Parks, the injured senor wingback, was still limp- ing this week from a knee in- jury and will not pasz against East Valley. Parks may be ready next week ff ,he gets a goahead from the doctor. East Valley 0-2 The Blackhawks, in spite of the',rr 0-2 record, stand a good chance of picking up a league win tonight gainst Bast Val- ley if comparative scores are any indication. Ea Valley was skunked 1,ast weekend by Med- ical Lake, 20-0. Two weeks ago Medical Lake squeezed by Cheney J3-7. East Valley lost its opener to University High 16-6. This will be aheney's first Northeast A League game of the season. Cheney los another wing- back in the Dayton ame as Doug Orlob came u.p with a bad ankle. He will not play to- night, Hatch said. Art Bickler, a sort but pow- erful halfback, scored two of Dayton's touchd*ms and had another called back as he led the Bulldog ba,]l carriers. Ran- dy Don(hue, the Bulldog full back, scored another Dayt(m touchdown and Fred Banter, right deCensive end, scored the other tally when he picked up a blocked Monte Pearson punt and ooted ino the end zone. Doug Davis, the Dayton qu,arteback, made only one of four conversion attempts. All of the scoring came in the first haLf and Dayton, al- though stcking wth its fLvst string in the seeon,d 'hag, was unable to score. Bulldogs Were Tough Hatch said he felt Dayton was probably one of the tough- est, if not the toughest, foe the Blackhawks will ace this year, and this includes Colvitle and Coltax, vchere both schools are reported to be loaded this season. Although Hatch-decned to name a starting lineup, he hinted that Jim Holmes, who showed promise against Day- ton at quarterback, y wres- fie the starting gn,ment away from Oswald. Savage Lineup Unchanged For Crucial CWSC Game Tomorrow At Ellensburg Rastern Wastrmston State College head football coach Dave Holmes will start the .ca, me offensive and defensive lineups against Cenal Wash- ington State Saturday as start- ed against Lilfield College 'last week. The game with Central is the first Evergreen Corffererme game of the season for both teams. Central breezed over Whitman College, 40-6, last week, and the Savages lost a close one to Linfie}d, 7-0, on a pass interception. Game time at Ellesburg is 1:30 p. m. The Savage line, which will average 208 pounds, will have two of he top Evergreen line- men, Steve Hecker, at right guard, and Doug Cox at right tackle. Other lettermen up front will be Fred Am, urdson, who took three passes for 31 yard.s last week, at left end; Roger Schjeldahl, left guard, and Dick ):ngum, cen*er. Chissus May Play Mick Landmarks, a 220 pound Karnah, Idaho, Solxh, will ,start at left tackle, and Columbia Basin Coffege jun- ior trXasfer Joe Mosebar at right end, although Wenatchee Valley College transfer Chissus and soph letterman Don Shove, moved from a back- field spot, may also see acon. Rtmning hacks in the Savage attack will be junior Mel Stan- ton who gained 57 yrds against Linfield, and North Ida- bo Junior College transfer Don Strate from Davenpoi't, who ran for 04 yard,s hst week. He also does the Savages' punting. Senior quarterback Bob Clark will again start but George Cress Jr., a freshman from Hoquiam, is expected to get into the game. Fresh Brnle Packebush, from Lake WaSh- ington, will be at flanker hack. Terry The Terror Tapped The starting Savage back- field weighs in at an average of 181 pounds, making the of. fen,sire team average 198 It is with pleasure that we invite all members and friends of the United Church of Christ to a recep- tion honoring our pastor, THE REVEREND PHILIP L. EISENHAUER AND HIS FAMILY FROM 7:30 - 9:30 Sunday Evening, September 27, 1964 In the Social room of e United Church of Christ. Women's Fellowship i '"Welcome, Students" The Cheney Community Church extends a cordial invitation to all EWSC students to come visit our church. The services are as follows: SUNDAY SCHOOL: 9:45 A. M. MORNING WORSHIP: 11:00 A. M. YOUTH SERVICE: 6:30 P. M. EVENING SERVICE: 7:00 P. M. THURS.: BIBLE STUDY, 7:30 P. M. REV. GENE ROSS, PASTOR 235-6825 pounds. Defensively, the Savage five- man line weighs in at 210 pounds average, with end Den- nis McCoy and tackle Ken Garmann on the .left side, Ter- ry Tucek at center, nd Steve Glass and Vern arland on the right. Ghss is isted as a doubt - ful starter because of a knee injury. He missed last week's game, .and his place was taken by soph letterman Gary Da, who will again get e call if Ghss is not ready to go. Linebackers  be a of lettermen, senior Curt Byrnes and soph Don Shove, who intercepted  Linfield pass hst week. Dennis Nel- son, a St. John soph ltterman, who has been oeking good in practice, is also ecpected to 'be in at one of the Ymebacldng spots. Zorro Makes Mark Atso in the defensive back- fied will be eedy We J, ackson, who is also the Sav- ages' kickoff return man, at left half, and Dean Adams, a juor from Wenatchee VC, on the right. Safeties will be seth letterman Dick (Zorro) Zoxnes and soph Mike Dunn. Windsor News By Mrs. James Widner OMONA TO MEET Pomona grange wi,ll meet a i0:30 a. m. i, II the Nine Mile grange hall with degree work at 7:5'0 p. m. Monday night Pomona grange 1,ecturer abe] John- ston will have the Pomona Booster Night in Moran grange hall. All members who have been a granger 40 years and longer will be honored. Mrs. John,ston woud ldke for 1 to go drc,ssed in old style clothes, as this is in honor of Washington State grange was the State's 75th year. The Washington State grange was 75 years old Sept. l0 and the state will be 75 years old Nov. 11. The fair booths were to have :themes about the 75th anni- versary of the state and the grange. VISITORS LISTED Among the Windsor grang- ers attending the fair in Sp- lane were Adelaide Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Dal,e Guest a,nd boys, The Harold Werhan fam- ily, Mrs. Maxne Olson and chil- dren, Irma Stragier, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Droz, Leone Widrmr, the Phil Patterson family, Dale Hegel, Violet Cheatham. Chra Vanderwahl and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hannum. Karen Werhar,, daughter (f Mr..and Mrs. Harold Werhan represonced Windsor grange in he Fairest o the lr con- test. FOUR CORNERS SECOND Four Courner grange wo,n seceded place, Moran grange youth group was third; Wind- sor grange fourth; Paradise grarge fifth; Neiffhborhoed sixth; Greenacres seventh; Es- panola eighth; Springhill nnth, and Opportunity tenth. ALL OUTSTANDING All the grange bot'h.s were very outtandin'g and it to ak lots of hard work t get them ready by 10 p. m. Mord:ay eve- dng for the judging Tuesday morning it to.ok the judges longer this ye,ar,, as same of the bo,oths were anly one point apalt. Among the themes were Windsor's "United For 75, The public is invited to see Grange Is Still Alive." hear what the grange Four Corners, "75 Years for, and what a grange Through T.he Pages Of Time." for a community. Paradise, "Harvest Wishes Bu,rst Fath.", "1889-1964 Wash- ington State Grange." Espanola had a large birth- day cake, beautifully decorat- ed in the center of their booCdh. Springhill Grange's "NO More Pesticides," was a very educational booth with weeds that are hard to control around the edge. The weeds were wild morning gl, ory, Teat Flax, Ca- laan thistle, goat weed, white top and others. Roy Droz was chMrm,an for the Windsor grange booth. 15 AT WINDSOR i Windsor grange only had 15 members to the meetin,g Wed- nesday evening, due to the fair, harvesting and canning. Serving refreshments were Mrs. Mas,on and Mrs. Green. BOOSTER NIGHT SET Windsor grange will ,have Booster Night Oct. 7 instead of the regular meeing. 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