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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 2, 1964 CHENEY GRIDDERS--These two Cheney High School grad- uates are expected to see action with the Eastern Washing- ton State College football team when the Savages meet Western Washington State tomorrow svening on Woodward Field in Eastern's first home game of the season. At the left Dahl is the son of A. V. Dahl. is Terry Chissus, a 6-foc4, 205 pound junior transfer from Wenatchee Valley College, who plays as a defensive back, and Gary Dahl, 6.feet, 21/2 inch, 209 pound sophomore let- terman tackle. Chissus is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chissus; Resurgent Savages Face Unbeaten ik.ings Here weg-pleased with the upset over Centr,al, will use the same starting lineup on both offense md defenee ,as in the first two games. For the first time in many yers, E, astern's offen- sive line will outweigh the Vikings, 208 to 195 pounds. The Savages have a lighter backfield, 181 to 187, but have the edge in team average weight, 198 to 191. Eastern wikl be depending on the one-two punch of jun- ior Mel Stanton, the ex-Lewis goals, one a 35-yarder, and twe conversions to his credit. Western. coached by Jim Lounsberry, has a veteran team with 18 lettermen a.nd a strong defensive unit that stopped UPS cold last week and managed to score with only 45 seconds left in the game. Soil Distrid Here Up&raded champion Central Washington and Clark High School star, last Saturday. and Davenport soph Don T.t.00;I1 Rail fla2O-7. 1923, Etern has wan 23 to[ Stanmn ras average.` vo I " Western s 16. There b,_ave been ] yards gain per game, .u j The Southwest Srmkane Soil no ties The Savages' 'last _win ,,an 1 yard KlCKOtt return ., l ard Water Conservation Dis- , 199 a 16-14 ueaker the Central ame to ms cret, t ...... ,as in . " , sq I .... and  trict boars o supervisors re- Last. ar Western won 13 7 I Strae nasa  a average I ....... ye , " " ' ceivea woro r3]is week me m- Saturday's. ame is. the first ] one touch4own.. Both lave a ] .o1 ,._.ditvit --h ........ hn un-oraded of two conference tilts sched-I 4.3 yards per carry average. / ........ ,;.., ,-c a , _  ' , . | IL'III O. IALIlI 'UI U'7 IbU r %JkJ'.. uled this sea:son. Ea,ster,a again, Sterling Tops Backs ! meets Western Nov. 14 at Bel- Litle Keith Ster.ling, the 5'-7" Jerold Betz, clairman of the Bastern Washington State College meets undefeated Western Washington State in an Evergreen Conference fot- ball game tomorrow right at 8 p. m. on the Savages' Wood- ward Field in Cheney. The Western Vikirrgs have a 25-7 win over the Univer- sity of British Columt and a 6-0 confrene victory over the UaiversRy of Puget Sound. Eastern, defeated 7-0 by IAn- field College, upset havily favored defending Evergreen lin.gtmm. Savage Coach Pleased Savage coach Dave Holmes, sop,h from Sh'adle Park High School, leads the Savage ball carriers with 6 yards per carry. Sterling packed the ball only fur times in the victory over Central, but Holmes said he will see more actio in Satur- day's contest. In addition to runrAng pov- er the Savages have a passing .a, ttack that can explode for giant yardage as witnevsed by quarterback Bob Clark's pass to Dean Adams for a 75-yard touchdown agarst Central. Eastern also has the boom- ing toe of serlor end Fred Amttadson who kas tw field Jim Hepton 213; Jeanette Stiffler 583 Maxine Fifield 190. Bowlerettes Bill's Jills 10 2 MNM 8 4 Lil's Chris 8 4 Hillcrest Fillies 7 5 Wilgon's Premiums 5 7 Kelly's Tavern" 4 8 5 Bee's 4 8 Bair's IGA 2 10 5 Bees 2620; Lil's Curls 933; Shirley Loomer 533; Lil Greene 202. Fireball Jones' Resort 14 2 Poor Boys 10/ 51fl System Amusement 10 6 Bill Hatch 8 8 Lutheran Church 4] II I. O. O. F. Lodge 1 15 Poor Boys 2962, Poor Boys, Jones" Resort 1015; Henry Mikelsen 216; Ike Ledbetter 541; H. Mickelse, C. Ander- son 6, 7, 10 split. Ike Ledbetter, all spare game, 181. Koffes Kup Keglers Pied Pipers 11 Krazy Kates II 5 OY's 10 6 B Plus 10 6 G. I. Janes 7 9 Pillrollers 6 10 Four Questions 5 11 Shirt Tales 3 13 Pied Pipers 2144, 765; Janey Dyck 178 ; Pat Conrath 476. Businessmen Edger t Bros. 9 3 Fire Department 8 4 Outlaws 8 4 Wilson Homes 7 5 Nabisco 5 7 Free Press 4 S Brown & Holter 4 S R. O. T.C. 3 9 Harvey Macquarrie 192; George Fos- sum 559; Outlaws 1032; dgett Bros. 3006. Cheney Automotive F, ddy's Shoe Shop 12 8 Sunset View Ranch I1 8z/ Ratcliffe Ford llr 8 Higir & Herderson 11 9 Al's Chevron, Station 10 10 Hillcrest Stables 9 11 Brown &Holter 8 12 C'ehey Auto Parts 7 13 Higgins & Henderm 3016; Brown & Holter 1076" James Dyck 645; Robert Micaelsen 255. Wednesday Mixed Kin, Wins 13 3 Refugees I0 6 Beke-Young 10 6 Yard Birds 8 8 Buckaroos 7 9 J B's 6 I0 Dis Ables 6 10 Winans-Dav is 4 12 Dis Ables 2310, 815; Dee Ableman 572 ; Joe Beke 216; EIoise Goodwir 194 485. supervisors indicated the up- grading had been placed as a specific board objective for 964. Btz said, "we as a board requested a review of the dis- trict program 1,ate in 1963. The review came in March 964 and we just rece*ived w,ovd of the up-grading." GS Ratings are ass.gned to each conservation district aa-, ty ;' depending on the dis- trict's program, the complex- ity of the work involved, the farming enterprises, soil, and climatic conditions. Cheney's district is one of major com- plexities, ,bavin,g some 70 soil types, farm .enterprises dealing with cropl-and, woodland, dairy- ing, range, wiSdlife, ,and recre- ation; precipitation ranging from 14" to 20" plus; varying topography, and growing ur- ban developments. Betz said, "beeanse of the district's condit}.Olm we have had difficulty in keeping Soil Conserviee technicions, pertic-: ularly work unit cooperation- ists. The men we ,h, ave receiv- ed to assist us in our program .have been of .high quality and soon are offered prmotians to di.stricts .having higher grades. Now that our dstrict ALLEY ANTICS (Held over from last week) Fireball Jones Resort II 1 System Amusement 9 3 Bill Hatch '/ i Poor Boys 8-' 6. Lutheran Church llj I 0]r I. o. o. F. Lodge 1 11 System Amusement 3068, 1084; George Schafer 234, 571. Syd Green 6-7 split. 5 O'Clock Mixed Has Beens 6 2 Pin, Pals 5 3 Fugitives 4 4 Amberites 4 4 Calverts Reserve 4 4 Split & Misses 3 5 Four F's 3 G G. I, Joes 3 5- Pir Pals 2367; Calverts Reserve 825 Bill Stiffler 527, 203; Lois Merrill 467, 188: Jeanete Stiffler picked up 6-7-10 split. Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 7 1 Edgett Bros. 6 2 Outlaws ,G 3 Free Press 4 4- Brown & Holter  6 Wilsow Homes 3 6 R. O. T.C. 2 6 Nabisco  6 Don Tarbert 232; George PoSsum 684 ; Outlaws 1154, 3161. Koffee Kup Keglers OY's 9 3 B Plus 8 4 K. Kates 7 5 P. Pipers 7 GI Janee  5 Pillrollers 4 8 Shirt Tales 3 9 4 Questons 2 10 Hannah Stahlborn' 186, 500. Cheney Automotive League Ratcliffe Ford II 4/ Eddy's Shoe Shop 10 6 Sunset View Ranch 91 61 Higgin & Henderson 7 9 Brown & Holter 7 9 Cheney Auto Parts  9 Hillcrest Stables 6 10 AI's Chevror* Station 6 10" Higgirm & Hederson 3103, 1099 ; Dick Weigel 620, 225. Bowlerettes Bill's Jills 7 1 M N M Drive In' 8 2 LiPs Green Girls 6 2 Wilsons Premiums 4 4 Kelly's Tavern 3 Hillerest Fillies 8 5 Bait's I. G.A. 2 6 G B's 2 6 Bill's Jills 2644; M N M 924; Jean Coratock 509; Shirley I.oomer 190. Wednlay Mi.rl Kin' Wins 9 $ Refugees 7 5 Yard Birds 7 5 Beke Yourg 7 Buckaroos 6 6 J B's 5 7 Wtnans Davis 4 8 Dis Able B 9 Yard Birds 2255, 794; Frank Gxeene 211, 549; Lil Greerm 189, 452. (Week of September 97) 5 O'clock Mixed Doub|e Pin Pals 9 3 Four "F's" 7 6 Fugitives  Amherites  6 Has Been 6 6 G. I. Joes 5 7 Calverts Reserve 4 8 Splits & Misses 4 8 Pin Pals 2492 882; Bill Stiffle: 833; Foreign Students Recephon Planned BLACKHAWK ON WARPATH--Bob Bartlett (79) junior tackle for the Cheney Blackhawks, I'cks like he means business as he stalks Deer Park player in game here last Deer Park won, 26-13. P Free Press SPORTS Winless Blackhawks Go To Deer Park Tonight For Northeast A Game NORTHEAST A won lost Medical Lake ................ 1 0 Colville ............................ 1 0 Chewelah ........................ 1 0 East Valley .................... 1 1 Cheney ............................ 0 1 Deer Park ...................... O 2 The annual Mayor's Recep- tion honoring foregLn students A crippled crew of C:heney its game this year, the last two league games to Cheweah and Colvi]le. A 19ss o Deer Park could drop Cheney kn the cellar of the standings. Cheney Led Briefly z East Valley scored first last Friday on a first quarter scoT- and instructors at Eastern Blackhawks will journey to ing jaunt by Quarterback Den- ny Manfred. Cheney went Washington State college will Deer Park tonight to meet the ahead in he same quarter be held Oct. 11 ,at 5 p. m. in lStags in :l high school football the City  talt autorium. [ game. when Randy Lid del:l broke Eightce,n oreign students[ Among the more seriously tIoose for 12 yards. Monte Pear- and facuhy members are ex- Imjured 3re halfbacks Mike I son kicked the extra point and pected irom Africa, Switzer-jand Randy Liddell, out wth'thel Bhckhawks led 7-6. land, Germany, Austria, Irdia, a bad knee and ankle respec- I This was the la,st lead Che- Iran, Paki'tan, the Phil:ippines,[tively; Dale Grub, wingback, ney held as Marne Marcus, :Ergland and Canada. bad ankle; Dev Stutsman, end, IE'V hlfback, added a second Representatives of commun- bad knee; Sieve Swegle, end, touchdown before the ,hal to ity orgamzatkon,s sponsoring bad hip, arid Craig Parks, give the visitors a 13-7 margin this event are Mrs. Edwin  F. wirgback, bad knee. at intermh;sion. Duemmeier, PEg; Mrs. R. L. Coach Jim Hatch rmmed a Shutts, Beta Sigma Phi; Mrs. tentative starting lineup for to- Ortand Killin, Tilicum; Lorwell Inight's game, which will *be a Poore, Rotary; L. E. Zimmer-!Northeast A League game. man, Lions club, arid John Pet- Rod Reed, Steve Swegle or e'son, Chamber of Commerce; Dev Stutsman, depending on Miss Cl,ara Kes,sler, faculty di- their health, will start at the rector of oreign students; Mrs. end spots; Frank Ragains, left Don Helm, foreign student hos- guard, Roger Christianson, pita}ity ctiairman, and Mayor right guard, and Mike Snapp, Nolan Brown. center. Oswald Will Start Tom Oswald, who yielded NEW CAPTAIN the starting quarterback spot DUE AT ROTS to Jim Holmes las week, may draw the starting ass}gnment A new officer is being as- against Deer Park. Dale Grub signed tothe department o will start at wingback if ,he is military science at EWSC, the sound and George,nzweig third this scho,ol year. He is and Gordy O1son will start at Capt. John W. Moser. the halfback spots. Capt. Moser, who is being Craig Parks, who was in- assigned here from Viet Nam, ured in the Medical Lake is currently on leave in S,wgt- ame, was in unito,rm this zerland. He will report for week but ,he probably won't duty on Oct. 8, accompan,ied by see action The senior wing- his wife and two children, back may be ready to go next Upon hi,; departure fro,m weekend against Colville. Viet Nam, Capt. Meser was Deer Park also has lost all uthorized to visit, on his was' to SwRzerland, Th.aihnd, InflLa, Pakistan, Libya, Spain, France, Germany and Switzerland. Capt. Moser is replacing aj. Laube, who has departed for Okinavca. East Valley scored two more times in the second half to pus, h the score to 26-7 before Cheney could get another ituchdown. he E-V scores were made by Man, fred, who picked up his second touch- down, and halfback Jim Bel- }otty, who scooted abo,ut 40 yards. Cheney added a fin,al touch- down in the fin,al quarter o,n an 8-yard pass from Grub. Penalties Hurt : Cheney moved the ball against ]azt Valley, 230 yards rushing ards passing. A great f the gailL however, tiffed by a 150 yards in rule infractions. Cheney also scored touchdowns Which were ( back because of pern Iti on several occasions 1 le hawks 1.ost the bali on bles. Assistant Coach Mike scouted Deer Park last end and reported the are probably the Valley in Logsdon Hatch singled Pearson fer his fine play against East ValleY, wih Cye Logsd, on, a this seas,on, Who also well on defense. pla,yed offense and most of the game, praise from the performance agains ley. SCROGGIE INJURED Wallace Scroggie, and Mrs. Jim Sero ber, was injured in a accident dent oe(;nrred was hunting botween and Twisp. Scroggi( charged and the his tMgh. He was four men in the vice, who were flown helicopter. crating in the tal. PATRONIZE . ADVERTISERS Cheney Gun Club PRACTICE SHOOTI NG Sunday, Oct. 4 10 A. M. TO 12 NOON BIRD HUNTERS . .. GET SOME PRACTICE BEFORE THE SEASON OPENS. ( has been up,graded this prob- lem should be lessened eonsid- ewbly." Betz stated the present work unit conservationist, Clarence Kelley, has been promoted in l corjunction with the district's up-grading and will remain in Cheney. District supervisors besides Bez include Art H,verson, Espanola; James Painter md Ed Maughan, Cheney; and Ger- ald McCoury, Spolmne. Pix00Theatre Opening Friday, Oct. 9 DOUBLE FEATURE MUSCLE BEACH PARTY Frankle Avalon -- Annette l=unichel Io CATTLE KING Robert Taylor end Joan Caulfield Doors Open 7:15  one show 7:30 p. m. Admission Fri.  Sat. Children under 12, 35 cents Juniors and High School, 75 cents Adults, 90 cents Coming Oct. 14-15  Lillies of the Field Calling All Boys 8 Thru 13 Years of Age Saturday, Oct. 3 The EWSC football coaching staff, headed by DaVe Holmes, will hold a clinic for all boys eligible for the Ford Dealers PUNT, PASS & KICK competition. ! Learn howtopunt, pass and kick from expert OCTOBER 3, 10:00 A. M., WOODWARD FIELD ( house in case of rain). REMEMBER... All boys wishing to compete in the Na" tional competition to be held at Fisher Field OCTOBER 10 at 9:30 a. m., must be registered at RATCLIFFE FORD bY October 9. DON'T DELAY... REGISTER NOW!