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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 9, 1964 TOMBSTONE TERRY THE TERROR -- Expected to see lots of action tomorrow night when Eastern Washington State Col- lege meets Whitworth at Woodward Field is Terry Tucek, 218 pound middle line-backer for the Savages. Tucek, who now makes Cheney his home, played his prep football in South Da- kota. The oldest man on the squad at 26, Tucek-is known as "the old timer" by younger members of the Savage club. Savages, Bucs Huskies-Beavers WSU.Tigers Starl League Play Will Clash Saturday Afternoon IAt Pullman UNIVERSITY OF WASH- I WASHINGTON STAT , - INGTON (Speei,al)--Washing- I IVERSITY (Special)--Wa.shing- tors Huskies, now finished ton State s Cougars will be with a three game intersection- looking for their second win al spree, head into league play (f the young season tomorrow :omorrow when they face the as .they host the University of Oregon State Beavers at Port- the Pacific Tigers at 1:30 p. land. m. on Rogers Field. Tke Cougars, who started out The Huskies, after Iosmg the 1964 season with a 29-23 their season opener to Air win over the Stanford Incians, Vorce by a baseball score of have suffered two straight loss- 3-2, whanged Baylor in their as. They dropped a 28-7 deals- next contest, 35-14. Both flames ion to the Wyoming Cowboys were at Seattle. The next week Sept. 26, and this past week- Washington traveled to Iowa end were bounced 28-12 by to face the Big Ten Hawkeyes. the Arizona Wildcats in Tuc- At Iowa City the Huskies lost son. t&apos;) I9wa by .a score of 28 to 18 ..... For Oregon, State, this is their firs lague game in the Special Coverage newly revamped AAWU (now Starting this week, by spec- Pacific Athletic C0nerence). ial arrangement with the Uni- The Beavers and the Oregon versity of Washington and Ducks were admitted to the Washington State University Corfference last summe, athletic publicity offices, the Last sea_<on, the Beavers :ree Press will carry stories ca,ught the Huskies ire head on, relating to the Husky and when they were unlucky Cougar football teams. We enough to meet a highly touted hope you will like the new cov- la.usky team which had just erage. last three straight games. The Beavers were the recipients of all Husky frustrations as they The Tigers, from Stockton, took their worst drubbin.g of Calif., also started out he sea- the season, 5'4-7. son with a win, but since have This seas.on, Husky headmant bast two straight. They drub- Jim Owen doesn't figure to bed Montana State in their have it so good. "Oregon State opener, 23-7, but since htave lost is an improved ,club this sea- to Col.orado State, 7-0, and were son," said Owens. Although given a 32-13 beating by Los they were,'t picked too ,highly Angeles State this past week- in the pro-season polls they end. have prayed to be very tough Mst of the Tiger's offensive through their first three attack is centered around Quarterback Tom Strain. games." The Beavers, not unlike the Strain showed he is up to Huskies, lo a heart-breaker carrying tim load by throwing in their season opener to a 26 yard touchdown pass in NSrthwestern, 7-3. The folk)w- the Tigers ions to Los Angeles ing week they defeated Colo- State. rad, o, 14-7. Last Saturd,ay, hey The Cougars have been defeated Baylor ,at Waco, Tex- leaning on the running of Half- as. back Clarence Wililams. Unbeaten Colville Here Tonight To Face Cheney in Northeast A Contest Clash Tomorrowl FIELD TRIAL WlNNER--Beavercrest's Tore- ador, a black Labrador owned by Guy P. Bur- nett of Missoula, Mont., won first place in open all-age field trim for retrievers last weekend at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge. The field trial was conducted bl Spokane Retriever Club. Field trials T, dog under simulated hunting rena.. Beavercrest's Toreador is 7 years old. --Photo by Dan Zimme in .an Evergreen football game on Field in Cheney. both Mel Stanton, junior ,l- back who has averaged 101 yards per game in Eastern's first thr. ee contests, .and junior fullback Don Strata, who has a 69.3 yards average, will be out of action with 4njuries. In their place will be such Lineups The Same ullback Keith Sterling, who With the exception of the has 5.1 yards per carry in eight two backfield changes, Eastern tries, and Run Uhl, junior t is expected to go with the transfer from Wenatchee Val-I lay College, who has yet to: see action this year. 48 15astern in a series going back to 1915. Eastern has a 29-18 winning bulge, with n,o games ending in a tie. n't beaten Whtwoh cision. game with a 3-0 season record, with win,s over Southern Ore- ALLEY AHTiCS Spee(h Contest At Medical Lake Jones' Ro:ort ,,,hall '/.. I, I Wednesday is the date of the hey Oct.. 21. Only one S;)trem AYu , .... t 11o   cormervation speech contest am wil i)e smee.ea to 0a BiulheHratnChChurch 1/2 4 be irg sponsored leally by the in he area contest. Southwest Spokane Soil and Water Conservation Dstrict. I. O. O. F. 2 18 Jones' Resort 2946; Lutheran Church 1034; Rosrce Atkir*s 198, 538. Bowlerettes Bill's Jills 13 3 M N M 12 4 Lil'a Curls 12 4 Hillrrest Stable 10 6 Wilson's Premiums 6 10 5 Bee's 5 11 Kelly's Tavern 4 12 Bair's IGA 2 14 M N M 244, 940; Lil Greene 594; Betty Amonson 192. Koffee Kup Keglers Pied Pipers 14 6 B Plus 14 6 K ra,zy Kates 12 8 OY's 11 9 Pillrollers 9 11 5 Questions 8 12 Cluster Busters 7 13 Shirt Tales 4 16 B Plus 2136, 770; Ida McKinley 222, 502. 5 O'Clock Mixed Pin Pals 12 4 Four F's 11 5 Amberites 9 7 Has Beens 9 5' Fugitives 8 8 Calverts Reserve 6 11 Colvitle's unbeaten Indians with a touchdown pass in the invade Cheney tonight to meet second quarter which covered the winless Blaclhawks in a 38 yards and Pearson kicked prep football game at Fisher the conversion. Later in the Field. avne time is 8 p.m. same period Dev Stutsman Eastern Wairgto State gun, Pacific Lutheran and The league-leading Indians, nailed a Deer Park back for a College will be without the Uiversity ,of Puget Sound. All last year's Northeast A League safety and two points to give services of its two top ushers were fairly ,high seorin.g con- chamlYians, are overwhelming Cheney its 9-0 halftme lead when the Savages meet Whit- In the third period Jay Wells Solits & Misses 5 11 tets witl' a total .of 67 points favoxites to kand Jim Hat.dh:s ........ a .... a . GIJo_ ..... 9 815" Ben M:rrill 1513 . " " " ' " tae.r scorea LWLCU, on d "*,-j,,.x..z nmenes * , , , worth College tomorrow ight being scored agmrmt the Whits strugghng Blackaws ._. . o --d run to hi-" out 206 Ia McKinley 517. 191: ..... ,_ :_  ,_ o,  o*ht detea ,,u a .t y,a:x ' l  Cheney Automotive League omerence [o melr mn o, _ "" '.'7. o  ,._:-_,_. ,h, Chenev m,arh Deer Eddy's Shoe Shop . 16 8 ur,,a,.,rl i atern has ,a 1-2 return, iacgnawKs rlpplu . . _*''. , . ..,J xrt.(.': " ^ .... .a Higgin's & Henderson 15 9 ......... J toD'cl-b" its 20:7 upset of last The Blackhaavks erippteo arK s ixmtn .__wj, u^.., :uu Sus% viw Ranch ] ]i0} --  , . "om seve.P, aru t2Ul, llt' Vlt ra,cdzze oru e2 2 c,,,h ve H,omes said[year's undefeated cnference badly m last week s 20-9 i.d.s ! . .-'; YJ_ .^ c, .... Brown &nolter 10 ,4 )l Me Stanl , junior b,.If- [,hampion Central Washington at Deer Park, will still be wn- urmt perlou 1'o_1 nv o,S. Cheney Auto Parts l0 14 ' " d narrow losses to Li- out severa, key play . .' Hillcrest Stables 9 15 1 ers to- Olson Runs well Al's Auto Parts 1O 14 ick WI ) ha.' averaged 10,1 State, an ............... , .... HatCh stud Grub phyed his I F_ad,'s Shoe Shop 3003 1059" Dick 1 Iieto Colic e (i-U) anu W etrFH ltagllL. ...... ) r. ' ' trds p L" gaI m Baste nsj .. . g ........... best game a amst Deer rarK, I Woizel 62; 2ao. _ . .o+ +,..  n :t .and iunioriWasnlnton btate (z,,), ,u   lO ,. .... : ,aw-e] raS,v, t,neney SUSlnessmeno o Lo,, ,. " "" ..... ' " I  '. 4 a n; dztt, o.... - ,o Edgett Bros. *o ., tlibaek Don ; rate, who ls give the Savages.. an even .3 Homecomln Tonic[hi .nd ran hard He also singled [ Fir Deprt ..... t 10 69.3 3 LrdS , . a.g , . [ r: e will be oints scorer wth 3'4 tatl, ied ......... - -- - " " Outlaa 10 6 P .... P__ u t"_..A...,., S out Oon, who rushed for 95[ Nablseo 8 it of a tion  Lh njurzes. [agams3uem. _. . [ror .,r., ,-,,,.,-, yards "and ran over a lot oflwilson Homes 8 8 ill be s ht Lineups .ne :rome : , i R.O.T.C. 6 10 .In th r pla Srlina ;w, i With th- execution of the Tonight's football game be- guys and George Rose,nzwe.g,/Free P .... 5 li rllback __Ke_itt *. " eV']'t I two" ba.ckfield changes, Eastern [tween Cheney and Co lville is l a sophomore, wn, o:layed 3he I 5s9 Fire D:partml2ent so.z) m,.lp %,,,L t'- '-- ...... 0 with the J Homecoming Night for :)lentire game on oc,e a.u 1124", 2970. .'. '._ ies al I lo' urn, junior 18 expecteu LU , I ained 65 .ares. wednesuay Dotlxeu ' .  , nszve raduates, g Y Kin Wins 16 4 'ansfer from renatchee Val- s.,:,me of.ens3ve and. defe g __ ...:,, . hota A,wn. In the line he prmsed Dev / "eke Yo;;,,. 3 7 .y Col: :go. , o has yet to lineups us, e in ea,rher games. [. A p,rade w.,,, .:. "-]eroon I Stutsman ,and Pearson for [ iefu " 11 9 owfl I rll J,(l |11i g/I ' acti, ' thi ," ear. Eastern s Sternng, at a z , ] I . y ' at the " defenmve" play. J Yard Bn.ds 11 9 I n y -has been }a in on the J folJow|ng o pep rally ithmr Eastern Has Butge w.ho p .Y. The game will be number kick off and recelvng teams, J school and crowning of the .... B between the PLmteSgoing backmad ][ worth sh'as his countervartbalbackin Whit-l_.,__ .^oo^o . ,,I=, ,, vl.|H'mecming queen and her 1 ,astern in a series lii!le,, ..Henna, vi;nanzo, Caa'di'-nior arc;(ia/ ) 1915. Eastern has a 29-18/ttoshino, 5 6 , but Sterung, ! ....... ,inning bulge, wi,th n,o gamesJ 170, ouhwighs the Pirate by Thompson, s.entor, ana amaa  ndi:genr? ;le" Savages have-/3aAPUnd2pected to see a:ct!n 5trn/an:eifol:Ud;:s_:nd I 't beaten Whtwoh sin, ce| for Eastern is so4a DiK graauares g ,Im-, _a. n he. took a 20-7 de- Zornes, who has been playing at the high school gymnasium l.Ri 1958 wh. Y : ' " The -i cision on the defensave team. Zornes, Ln hun.or " of CHS..alumm. .. ! , the in four carries this sason, has Pep Club clecorartons omm,r- VJ] ' ,1::::::  aseason'r%01-d |,ained 13 vazds tee has decorated the gymna- ,z, .,; ..... -- .... r,_'] ' ,-m, z:t " wl,t,h a 211 sium and the field for Home- s vim wm.s over :>ourra L,z*-I x. *-., .... , ..--- .- .  _ _ / ze, , glV , rom ac m: , ".-- rY ] advantage of 195 to 192 CnMg Parks, who has been out Starts 10mVllV- ] pound,s, since the opening'game against The State Game Deuartmentl .... Medical Lake. Rardy I.Addell r&GEDRyEAR$ ] gives  final remiIder that Squad Laces pay on defense, IIatc,h imm__-=-B 1964 genera.l huntin, g sesmm open this Saturday with shoot- Doug Orlob, a wingback, ing hours to vary depending RilliUe 73.,6 won't play and Monte Pearson on species of game hun,d, starting guard arm cmversion Deer be.ame legal game at The heney High School B kicker, probably won't play. one-half hour before sPmise squad, showing premise of Pearson hurt kis back in fine and may be ,hun, ted to sunset, brighter days to come for Deer Park game and collapsed The same shooting hours hold BMckhawl fotball, ,have won after a practice session ths for bear, :and @k when flat three games this fall without a week ,after getting off the bus. hunt begins in November. defeat. I Itis ijury s not serious, but Waterfowl arm uI>lmd ame The B squad destroyed Ritz-he probably will miss this me. birds, however, do not o.. ville Monday at Ritzville, scor- week's arters blamed until noon on the opeming dy. ing ,at will in a 73-6 romp. F_,r- After opening day, water- lier, the B squad won two Phil Conra and Steve Swe- gla will .start at ends. tonight; fowl hunting tours for East-lgames from Medina,1 Lake, 7-2 Jerry Rohner .arid Rob Bart. ern Washington run flxnn (me-.] and 13-12. half hour before sum'lse to I _. ----------- lettattackles; Roger(Yaristian- onedalf ,hour a, fger suet. I fh00_n00n FJrRmgn son ,and Frank Ragrains at the Upland birds---such as peas-i nvpv| ,.,w ...... guard spots and Rich I-lagelin ants---may be htmted h East- M--I_ I.-- ||IAAII. at cener. ern Washington from oneMf JJ r.e Tom Oswald will. start at hour before surri, se to sunset. -- -- -- qu.arterhack; George Rosenz- In Western Washgtan, the Chancy firemen .ave been weig and Cordy Olson at right slmoting lours for upmd busy this week observirg Fire and left half, and Dale Grub Nothing else quite measures up birds and waterfowl are the Prevertion Week- at wingback. Walker DeLuxe same--one-half hour beore Fire Prevention Week 'has It loked for a hile last 9 sunrise to su, nset. been ohsexvect throughout the Friday as if the Blaekkawks S Official opelfi,Rg ad cltMg rmtion from last Sunday might chalk up their ist win, shooting limos for game birds through tomorrow, Ray Steiner as they led the Stags 9-0 at are listed on the back off the explained, hatftime, lnjuries and lack of TIlE tLEGAlqT 8 YEAR OLD BOURBON 1964 Game Bird Hunfiing Pare- The Chancy fireme gave depth took their tub against $5954 $3 7s phlet, which ,is avaihbe free demorstrations at the fire st, a-I Cheney in the second half, as /5 QT. PINT from any .tmnting leanse deal- tion and distri'bu,ted material Deer Park tel, lied to win, 20-9. er, advises the State Gon. e De- on ",fire prevention at the Oswald Hits Grub $1lff BOtON WltiSK I. PIOF NIRAM WALKER & SONS INC., P[OI, ILL ' partment, schools and other outlets. Tom Osv,ad l Dale Grub Theme f the "Phnvmd Lands for mands." to test rules ,any boy ,high school o school age is e] pete. The contest originates "ihe competition begins at 12:30 p. m. in the weational agricul'ure building at Medi- cal Lake High School. According to Jerold Betz, district chairman, 10 h'i,gh ;chool students from Medical ,ly and winners Lake ,and Cheney are entered through area and in the cntesL They win be competition to the comparing for $30 in prize Spokane Nov. 14. money and .a berth in an area- wide contest to be held in Che- Y ..... ia it in th Buckaroos g 12 J. B.'s 7 13 Dis Ables 7 13 Winans Davis 7 13 Beke Young 2195, 772; Curdy Youn,g 233, 596; Ida McKinley 158; Jc.hn Able- man 432. BOYS 8 through 13 0. sta00, enter our ]N FER$O FREE PUNT PASS& KIC K compet, tion , ur, NOW!! LIFETIME REM 0 October 9 I is your LAST DAY to sign up! I WIN- Warm-up jacket, lace- kicker outfit, and utogralh'ed football or a handsome PP&K trophy! Compete only with boys your own ,age. It's free! It's fun! FREE instruction 22 BI$ book, bike reflector, air, d PP- &K cap fox registevin, g. Get Stars $R High School Lions FREE jacket pa, tch when you compete. Brlg Dad when you sign up . . . Date-Sat, Oct |0 Time - 9:A. M. Place- Fisher Field Adjacent to Betz School. Today is the last day to sign up--Be sure your registration is at Ratcliffe Ford Todayand GOOD LUCK!- RATCLIFFE FORD, CHENEY