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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, October 15, 1965 JR. BLACKHAWKS Rlarkhawk 00rnre LOSE 20 O0T ,. .-.--.,,..--.,., ,,,.,, I TO BOWDISH HI " Vanquish Indians Cheney high school fresh suffered their second gridiron defeat of the season when they were tvotmCed by Bow- dh high school fresh 20-0 ,here hst Thursday aernOn, Oct. 7. Bdish Rot off to a fast start, making two mehdowns in the first hal'f. Cheney's big- gest problem was its inability to cope with the urhalaneed line strategy of the lowdish boys. tIowever, in the second bait the young Blackhawks adjusd to Bovcdis'h's oense and Vhe visitors were held to (m'y one touchdown. Cheney's hard Luck came in the form of penNties assessed at critical times in the game. The local freshmen will pLay Mead there this Friday, Oct. 15. WEED SIGN-UP HELD ON TUESDAY A SkeM,ton, Weed siffn-u(p meeting fur the ASCS pro,gram was held st 8 p. m. Tuesday, Oc. 12, at the Four Lakes grange ha,U. Garden Springs By Phyllis Schmidt ERIEFS Keith Cook had his car bad- ly damaged last week. He hed parked it in the lu,be room of the station ke works for. A car went .out of co,nteol run- ning into the lube room doing about $300 dam,age to his car. Softie Lindsay and Itazfl Green returned from a seven day trip that took them to Arizona, N,ea,d,a, and Utah. They ,did a Lot of sighlseeing and took in some of the shoves in Neuad, a, but told me they dktn't bring home any sver doltars although they left af few of them there. Carolyn, daughter of Pastor and Mrs. Mires spent several dos visiting her parents and brother Robert. SIEGARTS TOUR EUROPE Mr. and Mrs. Wil,me Sie- ;art entertained at the Gar- den Springs PTO with a s,ow- kng of slides taken on their European tour. Sights and scenes included the Plar ttw, Ixmdon, Hmrburg, rela- tives (Lather Siegart of Ger- many ad HiMe aad Heinz Deiksel of e), the cahed- i qf Cologne, Copehen the Tivoli @arden.s, ad Swe- den's capil, Stock. An interesting obeervatio made b; Mrs. Siegart was the fact that the swine raised in Demark ,have an extra set of ribs. All in all, it ws a most de- lightful experienve fr the Sic- gaffs and we're ghd to have them home. Airway Heights Grocery OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 7 A. M. TO 9 P. M. Fresh Produce Meats, Gro- ceries, Toiletries, General Merchandise. Do A. Jaquith Get your Free Press here jy231ff By Mike Liddell The commanding perform- nce nd impressive leader- shp of quarterback Tom Os- wald were instrumental in carrying his Cheney team- mates o paydixt twice in the first quarte,r and containing the Colville Indians tOT the re- mainder of the game as the Bl!ack,hawks spoiled the Ind- dan's hmecoming fes,tvities Last Saturday with a 15',7 vic- tory. On o,nly the third play from scrimmage, after a 63 yard pass, completi,n' on the prev- to,as play, Oswald scooted into the end zone from the 14 o,n t what was intended to be a I roql-out pass pattern. Minutes later, improvising again after }the intended pass pattern faled to materialize, Oswald threw a perfect strike to his favorite target, Phil Conrath, for ,a TD from the 20. In what seemed to be a rout in the :making, Timm Sheprd booted the extra-point as Cheney led 13-0. But four Cheney art- ers; Rosenzweig, Doug Orlob, She,pard, ad Conrath, left the game with injuries before the fintal gun sounded, and r that reason coach Jim Hatch feeL's th, at his BIMckhawks were Undefeated Savages to Caldwell Sat. Undefeated Eastern Was.h- ingon State College, natonal- y ranked No. 9 by the Nation- al Association of Intercolleg- iate Ahletics even before last Saturday's 21-0 win over the University of Puget So,and, meets the Col'lege of Ida,he in a night football ame Satur- day, Oct. 16, at Caldwel]. The College of Idaho has a new bead cach this year. He is Ed Boamirfio, who was backfield ceach fo C of I for to years under Bathe Brown, wh, o retired last year ater a long tenure at the Cal dwel college. Bona,manio is assisted by Dick Carrow and Dick Barry. The only probable offensive starting change for the Savag- es, Holmes said, will be t cen- ter, with ashmere senkor Dick Langum starting. The rest o.f the offensive starting line will be Hansen an, d Mosebar at cnds; Alan Landmark and Keith Roundy, tackles; and Roger SchpeldLahl and Sieve Hecker at gu'ards. Cheney Leaders in Dimes March Work just a little bit lucky to 'ho,ld onto their 13-7 lead after Col- ville rSored from the 25 on a Rep0d on I'1 i| M"eJ:n" trap in the first quarter. Of eours,e it wasn't all ?uck. Tom Osw,al.d tackled 18 Ind- ians, recovered ,an I'ndian fum- ble, and completed 9 of 15 p,'sses for 178 yards. Pat Snapp recovered another fum- ble and Bob Crabb hl, ocked a Colville p,unt. Pete R'ohde in- tercepted a pass as did Co- rath who also snatched seven Osvtatd passes from the air with his fly-paper hands be- fore leaving the game with a sprained ankle in the ourth quarter. Friday at Fisher fied, Che- ney pl:ys Cheweh for sec- ond phee in Northeast A league play. Last week the Cougars lost a non-league en- counter to Selkirk 19-7. Since reportedly none of his ball- ;phyevs were injured too ser- ies.sly, HatCh i,s ihooin'rg tO start the same line-up  last week. Wih a healthy Blaektmwk 11 Item start to finish he. is more than optimistic aNm the team's chances for a fifith win a,gainst only one defeat. HOME ON LEAVE Arrnma-apprentice Slaeenaan Guzman returaed home Wed- nesd'ay on a 14-daT eave from his navl base in S'n Diego. Shevm, a 1965 graduate o,f CHS, will ,return to California only to leave or Okiamwa l- lwing ad4itonl tra4nialg. Drive in Maple Leaf Grocery Across from Geiger Field Telephone TE 8-1223 Your Neighborhood Grocery Hours 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. Sunday 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Fried Chicken oltf Juicy, Tender, Ready In 5 Minutes ................... 89c BURGERS, SHAKES ORDERS TO GO AIRWAY HEIGHTS CH 4-3914 "The MarCh of Dimes: fight a,ainst birth defects is th,e fig'ht of aH th, o,se who hope that every clild m,ay be born heaRhy and live a norrna,1 life," declared Mrs. Wifliam M. Tavenner, Cheney cam- paign chairman, and Mrs. James A. Jolmsan, m'oEmrs march ch,airman, today. Returning from a meeting in Seatl,e, March of Dimes volunteer leaders represent- ing Wa=shington, Alaska, Ore- gon, Idaho and Mon'ma, Mrs. "lhvenner and Mrs. Johann called for volunteers to ,help bring this from nearer 'by rais- }rg fund's in the la,nuary, 1966 March of Dimes cam- p dgn. High Mortality Rate "Birth defects are the na- ti, o's sec0 greatest destroy- Creative Handcraft STUD00IO Latest Ideas In... PLASTICS - CANDLES - FLOWERS Complete Line of Craft Supplies Open Daily 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Evenings by Appointment Group or Individual Instruction GLEN MeWHINNEY 1920 W. 4TH (SUNSET BLVD.) RI 7-4565 i er of ,le," said the March of Dimes Leeders. "They cause weakly twice as m,any deaths, bh tmfore nd after bih, as cancer  -neary three tinms as many a stroke. At least hal.f a mon unborn babies die each year as a re- suit of defects. Another 60,000 are born ,alive rbut succumb to those defects in infancy or chiMhood or as a@ults. MUrky victims of birth de- feels ca!rr now benefit from improved 'methe of cave ad at trea,tment centers. One f these centers, where bth re- .sea,rch and treatment is er- .Ned out, is located at the Uni- versity of Washington. Nearly 800 children have been refer- red to the center by their i famiLy physiciaas since its opening in, late 1961. New Service Offered Mrs. Tavenner ad Mrs. Johnson a.].o n)ted that this year for the first time, the Mreh of Dimes is slonsorin,g a ntonride public educatio.n campai,gn in pren,al care. Its purpose, they said, is to cal to the attentior of all pros- pective parents he in,pen- ance of such care in protect- ing the ,he,ath ,of both mother and bby. They eLse noted there is a film ,ava,flable titled, "A,n Ex- tra Measure," for dubs and Preparations For 'Eastern Days' In Full Swing Eastern Days chairman, Jo,hn Reed, reported to the Free Press early,, this week tlmt preparations far KEWC's Second Annual Eastern Days promotion campaign are wel under way. Reed said tlat lists o "Miss Eastern Days" cndi- dates from dormitories and fraternities are being recNced and that a list of candidates md their pictures will be available for release within a week. Miss Eastern Days wila be chosen from among 13 can- didates. She will act as the of- ficial good,wil'l hostess for Eastern Days and the remain- der of the year. Meetings between Eastern Days cp-ovdinators and city council and chamber mem,bers are b,eing arranged to insure all-out coordination of all East- ern Days activities. According to Reed, these activities: the erown, ing ceremony for Mists Eastern Days, disc jockey sh, ows in do,wntown sto,res, a ral4y parade through campus, a special unit in the Homecom- ing Parade, and an extensive radio, newspaper, and p,o.ster campaign. Sp: kane Students et Committee Jobs Nine Spokane students  Ea.eam have been arrpoined t,o AssoeiaWd Student Body committees. Tom Wood, SeattLe, EWSC ASB president, said three of the Spokane students have been, named to committee chairmanships. They ate Wfl- lard B. Droke, student union board; Betty J. Gamon, com- mu,nieations committee, and KaMeen L. Flett, Foreign stu- dent relations. Other appointments include Richard A. Chap4n, and ScriBe L. Hachez, finlance committee, Michael E. I.ehan, l'egisiative action committee, and Ric/hard H. TayLor, public affairs coun- cil. BOWLING S C O R E S J. Beke Admifled [To Flight Program A Cheney senior Reserve Officer Training Corps ad- vanced cadet 'at EWSC, J(seph C. Beke, has qualified for the Army flight training program. Beke, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Beke, is a graduate of Che- ncy high school and is major- ins in industrial education at Eastern. He is among only 14 cadets admitted to the flight pro- gram, which consists of 35 h4ours of grautnd s:c,hool an 36V hours flying time. This is the second year of the EWSC ROTC flight pro- gram. John P. Mifflin, Fells Field, provides the instruction. Cadets have to pass a wmtten ena,minatin and a ftiht per- formance test administered by the Vederal Aviation Agen@. adets who qualify for a  p,rivate pilot's license are then eligible for further traini,ng at F,ort Racker, Ala. I Bowlelettes Bill's Jills 14 6 Kelley's 13 7 LiFs Curls 12 8 M IM 11 9 Hillcrest 10 10 G B' 8 12 Gibson's Thriftys 7 13 Bargain Shop 5 Lil's Curls 2712 ; Kelley's 944 ; 15da McKinley 492; Lil Green 193. Koffee Knp Keglers Kr a.y Kaates 12 8 Pill Rollers 12 8 Pied Pipers i1 9 4-Questions 11 9 Cluster Busters 7 13 B-Plus 7 13 Pied Pipers 2117; Krazy Kaates 726; Jarey Dyck. 480; Martha Kirchhoff 178. Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 14 6 Edgett Brothers 12 8 Cheney Motors 12 Wilson Homes 11 9 NaMsco 11 9 Brown &Holter 12 Westerl Auto 14 R O T C 6 14 Brown & HMter 1033 ; Fire Dept. 2930 ; Maurice Goodwin 214, b33. 5 o'clock Mixed Bell Ringe 12 4 C's 12 8 Sandbaggers 10 10 Go Getters 9 11 M & M 9 11 Ha Been 8 12 Has Been 2375. q14; Jim Stolp 469, Hetty Hartford 470; Harry Mosman 199, Hetty Hartford 178. Fireball IOOF Lodge 14 6 ones Reort 13 7 Bill Hatch ent 13 7 System Amusem 8 11 '/ Cheney Implement 7 13 Luthtrran Church 4, 15 groups. Aayone interested in System Amusement 2950, 1008; Jim viewing this film may eonlact Brinson 235. 627. Mrs Tavenuer at 235-4624 ar h Cheney Automotive --- o ".,. zt., .. r_--_a- _IC eneyD artment Store 16 k.oe opole x.un3r A, U]AI, s ihevrrocn Station 16 8 8 Dzmes offzce in Spokmm, RI 7-l_rown a olr . :5 1 8084. IL 'ud: I0  1, [ Clieney Auto Parts 10 14 DI;., 1,.I- 1;, I ...,--ut. [ Dependable Motor Freight 8 16 ....... Ju vc: ira, IJz: l Wltll [Chtmev MO_Ot rs 8 16 hying, ,and your beef W]ll Ars Chevrou Station 3023, 1078; Tom I Scott $77; Marvin Haggard 227. help create the fact I WOMAN MEDICAL CORPS CAPTAIN DUE ON FRIDAY @a, pt. Sue Ozburn, Army medical specialist corps per- sonnel counselor for the Sixth U. S. Army, will be a:t Eas,tern Washington State College Friday, Oct. 15, to i,nerview c,oL]ege students ,n:d gradu- ates. She will acquaint interested students with the educational ad financial opportunities of- fered by the Army medical service in the fields of occupa- ton,al therapy, physical ther- apy and dietetics. Presently, the Army has openings for men and we, men qualified as oecupationa,1 ther- apists and physical therapists. Those selected are commis- sioned as officers in the Army medical s:peciaEst corps for two years and .are ass,i,gned to hospitals wit.hin the United State,s and overseas. Through its many educa- tional pr'egrams, the Army medical service o,f'fe,rs tin,an- Still Time To Get Reedy I:or Wi GUESTS AT Nr. and Mrs. of Minneapolis are with Mr. and Mrs. an this week. Mr. Mr. Rowan are road conductors for Northern line and worked from the division. cial assistance to graduates. It eondu, year approved apy course for have a baccalaureate with the necessary ites, as we,ll as a tern'ship and an therapy clinical plicants selected for grams are a leutenants and and aLlowarmes of throughout the training. Largest veterans 1960 and 1980 FLorida (62.3 percetl: zona (37.2 percent). FALL SPECIALS GRADE A PRE-FINISHED MAHOGANY PANELING Fiberglass Ins, 00lztion 4x7ft. 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