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Blackhawks, Huskies, Indians [ Free Press Chewelah Seek Leaoue Win SPORT00 Meo,.ro,:,,, ',irs00 UNIVERSITY OF WASH- Still looking far the" tn=sItuskies:themselvesmy- win of the seasan, Oheey"s tified over a won 1, lost 3 sea- Blackhawks avel to Chewe.h.h tonight for a Northeast A son record thns far, ,hope to League high school football get back on th winning track when they face the Sanford Savages Face Whitman Tomorrow at Walla Walla gaJme. The B]ackhawks fell befoce ColviHe's undefeated Indi,ans 32-0 last Friday, but turned in their strongest defense effect Co f G of ,the season at te same tme. In Non n erence ame The powerful Indians led only Battered Eastern Whig- ton State College steps out of the Evergreen Conference for a football game with Whitman Co.liege Saturday afternoon at WaIla Walta. The 1:45 game will be the Missioraries' Homecoming. Coach Dave Holmes aid his team will again be with,ou the the services of Mel Stanton, Eastern's top rusher wLfh an average of 101 yard's per game, but Don Strate, the Savages' powerful fullback, wifi be ,at full speed. Hurting At Tackles Eastern will be hrting for offensive tackles, Holmes said. WSg, San Jose Heel Tomorrow In California i out for he second week with a sprained ankle.. Freshman May Play Senior qu,artorbck ,Bb Clark will again be the sgnal caller for the Savages, wth . George Cross Jr., Hoquiam WASHINGTON STATE I.IN-[freshman, getting in for same IVEKSITY --(Special  The I af the ,action. W,agton State Cxmgars, The rest of the startin,g bay- fresh from a 50-0 win over the ffensive ad University o.f Pacific Tigers, will travel to San J.0se this weekend, and then 1"eturn to Paiouse Country for the next two weekends. The Cougars will mee,t San Jose tomorrow and then make the shoreest road trip of the season, Oct. 24, trace,ling n, ine miles to Moscow for E.e an- nu.al "Battle of the Patouse" with the University od Id,aho Vandals. The next weekend, Oc,t. 31, Doug Cox, 25'0-poured junier, 14-0 ,at h, alf. is out wi,t=h a leg injury, an'd Coach Jim Hatch junior Terry Chi.ssms will prob- e z be out of action from a lMocated shoulder. Steve Gas, 210-pound sophomore from Spokane will probably fill in. Run Uhi, the speedy jura,or halfback from Wenatchee V,al- ley College, whose 88 yards rushing was a prime factor in the Savages" 7-6 win over heav- ily-favored Whitworth College last Saturday, is also h, amper- ed by an injury. U, hl ,has the same type of back injury as Starton, but it J:s less severe and Holmes has hopes Uhl wl be able to play Saturday. Mike Dun, the Spokane oh defensive back, will be age lineup, both defen,sive, will be ,about the same thzt has brout East- ern a 2-1 Conferenlce recoxt with ws over Central Wash- ir,,gton State and Whitwvrth ia loss to Western, and nto a four-way lie for first pl,ace in the Evergreen conference. RIFLE TEAM WILL HOST MATCH HERE at 1:30 p. m. Was:hin.gtou St'te wilt return h'>me for its home- Eastern Washington StaCe coming game with the Beavers College will host the first In- from Oregon State on Racers t2nd Empire eserve umcers Field. Training Corps gifl, e Confer- The 50 poin the Cougars tenee match o.f the 1964-65 sea- rcked up agast U of P latlson tomorrow m, orn,mg. Saturday were the m, ost scored ] Entered n he match ,ae by a WSU grid team since Army It)TC tea.ms .tr0m vy- 1960 when the Cou,ars beat]SC, Gonzaga Umversny, was.n- U of P 51-12. l ingtor, State University ad Although San Jose isn't one!the University o,f Ida.h,, which will al's,o enter a Navy ROTC team. The match will be fired sta.rtiHg at 10 a. m. on te rifle range in Cadet Hall on the EWSC campl*s in Cheney. ]Interested pevs0,ns are invited to attend. Frank Ham, Cheney, is cap- I tain of the EWSC team. of the football povers on the West Coast, they always have a strong team. Ts fact is pNnted ou,t in that Ich'ho was only able t ease out a 3-0 win over the qpartans. San Jose's offense is led by quarterback Ken Berry, whose older broth- er Bob is the star cuarterback for he Oregon Ducks. COLLEGE MEETING upon graduation. Twenty-:one colleges were;:prsented. The seniors were accompan- ied by their caunselo,rs, Mrs. Jane Morgan and G.ge Ros- enzweig. SENIORS ATTEND A total of 62 Cheney I-lgh SchoM stmiors attended a el- h!ge canfernce Wednes=d'ay at Whitw'ortl" Coll e. The conference is held an- nually fgr hgh s,;il.l smi,:)zs who plan to attend c:llcg said he was very pleased with the llay of several pl,ayers. "Frank Ragans played well defensively at middl'e line backer; Steve S.,.fl gave it a good effort both ways, a'd l.andy Liddell played well o,n defense. A lot of the boys hit harder than they have before this soason," ttaAeh said. Practice Spirited Praet.ic sessio.ns have ben spiritel thi week, despite the 0-5 record, ,arid Hatch said to- night may be the night Che- ney breaks into the win col- unn. Ghewel.ah has a 3-2 record for the se,as,on, but two of their vins have been over smaller schools, stlch as Setkirk. Che- welah, however, has boo,ten HOMECOMING ROYALTY--Rain didn't dampen the spirits of these Cheney High School girls during halftime of Homecom- ing festivities at the Cheney-Colville game. Photographer War- ren Westerman took this picture as they rode in convertible around field. Left to right are Linda Stearns, princess; Sylvia Manzo, queen, and Celia Thompson, princess. Vote Indmn:s at Stan$ord this Sat- urd'ay. It is the second conference game of the season or the I Huskies anld the third for the [Indians. Kickoff is Mated for ] 1:30 p. m. [ Travel-weary and a lit dis- ppeinted after ast Saturday's 1-7 loss to Oreg;an State in the :anference opener, he WaSh- ingtor, ians pan a stranu'ous week of practice sess'.ion:s pre- paring foc the Indians. This will be t'he third week ia a row the Huskies have been on the road. i "We are a better team t,han I Nabisco 11 9 IR. O. T C. 9 11 Free l'ress 6 14 ! Brown & Holier 16 I George Fossum 224, Don Nusser 581 LOCAL PP&K WINNERS--Winners of the Ford Company's I Outlaws 1025;KoffeeWilson](up KeglersHmes 2957. Deer Park, Which d,vned Che- ney 20-9. Gary Peone, the Indi.an, s' big fullback, was a one man show for Colville as ,he scored four touchdowns. His play reade the difference in the two squads. One new injury turned up in the Colvil'le game as End Phil Conrath sprain,ad a wrist. He will not play toni.ht. Pearson Wc,n't. Play Monte Pearson, seni'or guard, will n, ot lflay, bu otherwe the Blackhwks are fairly sound. Doug Orl, ob will see limited av.tion, as wil George Rosenzweig. Craig Parks will ot suit up and may o,t play the rest of the season. Mike Liddelt is a questio,n m, ark. heney made ess lh, an 100 yards rushing and p,assing again:st Colvile, on a mud soaked Fisher Fieild. Hwever, the bullis,h Pc,one told his eoaoh after the a, me that he annual punt, ppss and kick contest in the 13-year-old age group are pictured from the left--Danny Kitchen, 3rd; Hal Moore, 2nd, and Dave Bartlett, 1st. Pictures of other winners are on display at Ratl'iffe Ford showroom. Fifth Annual Punt, Pass and Kick Wie_ners Named TSe fifth anual Put, Pass and Kick empettion, spon- sored by Ratoliffe lord Com- pany for lr:cal youth:s, was held Sat'wday, Oct. i2, at Fis,her field. Fr:ot place winners of tk 73 prticipar.ts in age groups from 8 to 13 years were: 8- vear,M,d, Jeff I,arson; 9-year- el, d, Mike Crabb; 1Oyear-Nd, Bruce Arrdersan; ll-year-old, Jim Dyck: 12-year-0!d, Jhn Jordan, and 13-y.ear-ald, Da:e Bartlett. Don Helm, who headed ar- rangements for the competi- tion, was as,sis.ted by Jack Crabb, Bc:b Andr'.2.n, Lc,',ve:ll Poere, Bc,b Crabb and Trr'v I Tueek. Mrs He,m a, nd Mau,r- e.an Clark a%,ist:d in k:;ping scores. Fre Saon Over i had been kit harder by the Chonoy tacklers than h,e .h,adl The fire se, aso,n in Fire Dis- been all year. IIad it not been 'triet No. 3 ended yesterday for his .,ceman performance, lard permitsare no lnger re- the res:ult c.uld have been dif- quired, Ch'ief Art Bea'a an- ferent. ' nouneed today. ALLEY ANTICS 5 O'Clock Mixed Four F'a 13 7 Pin PMs 12 3 Has Bec n,s 11 9 _ mberites 10 10 Calverts Reserve 9 11 Fugitives 9 11 Splits and Misses 8 12 G. I. Joes 8 12 Calverts Reserve 2331; Four F's 823; Ke Ward 540 ; Fred McKinley 219 ; Jeanette Stiffler, 455 ; Savalla Willms 173. Bowlerettes M N M 15 5 Hi!Icrest Fillies 14 6 Lil's Curls 13 7 Bill's Jills 13 7 Five Bees 8 12 Kcl]ys Tavern 7 13 Wilsc, n's Premiums 7 13 Bairs IGA 3 17 Hillcrcst Fillies 2733. 976 ; Geneva Ditlcvsen 486; Kit Anderson 187. Fireball ones Resort 18 6 Poor Boys 15 81/"-" System Amusemeht t2 12 Bill Hatch 11 13 Lutheran, Churcb 9/2 14/') IOOF Lodge 6 18 I'oor Boys 2919, 1025 ; lke Ledbet- cz" 203 ; Bob Andersen' 544. Wednesday Mixed Kir Veins 19 5 Beke Young 17 7 Yard Birds. 15 9 Refugees ll 13 Dis Ables 01 14 J B's 8 16 Buckaroos 8 16 Winans Davis 8 16 Yard Birds 2342, 794; Dick Weigle 207, 573 ; Eloise Goodwin 187, 462. Cheney Businessmen Edgett Bros. 14 6 Outlaws 13 7 Wilsor* Homes 12 8 Fire Dewartment 11 9 Four Questions 2201, 764. Martha Kirchoff 180, 478. Cheney Automotive League Eddy's shoe Shop 19 9 Ratcliffe Ford 16;/ ll fi_, Sunset View Ran.cb 16 12 Higir, s & Henderson, 15 13 I Al's Chevron Station 14 14 Brown & ttolter 11 17 i ttillerest Stables 101, 171 Cheney Auto Parts 10 18 Al's Chevron Station 3091, xldy's Shoe Shop 1101; Jim Dyck 636; Greg hnderson 244. Wear Warm Clothing Going hunting? Wear lig,h,t- weight but warm clothing. BERNARD J. GALLAGHER 424 l|t St., Cheney, Washington NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 76,646 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. [ In the Matter of the Etate of GUY tI. FOTHERGILL, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spa kane.- ss. Notice is hereby giver, that Grace M. Oliver, the Administratrix of the above estate, has rendered anal resented for settlement to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spo- kane. County, State of Washington her Final account as such Administratrix amt a petition for the distribution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same and dlscharge the said adminis- tratrix, and that Thursday, the 12th day of November, 1964, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock p. m. at the Court room of our said Superior Court, in the City of Spo- kane, in said Spokane County, has beer duly fixed for the hearing and ettlement at said Final Account and Petition for Distribution. at which time and place any person ir*,terested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and contest the same. Dated this 14th day of October, 1964. (leo. E, Fallquist, County Clerk and Clerk of th Superior Court. By Ralph V. Renwick, Deputy. (Oct. 16-30) :::: ........... :!:!:! :!:i:i;::*!:i:!'l :i:i#: : ............................ :.. i!! .:iii!!i ::::::: : :i: :::: :: :: ::::: !:::i::!i:! 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"We just ,aren't !tig  phrases of our ge,,ler to form a salid A few costly errors spelled the 4ffferenve i ball games we 1,ost," Owerrs. "In future games are going to have to be tally alert if we want to Tiffs Satu,rd,ay's skotfld be a ,hard Ee. Washington, of hungry for a win and tle hard to hit the win Stanford is especially a win over the HuskieS. : last time they won Washington was in 1958, Since then the Hu,sldes taken five strailt Wed. - Thurs. OCT. ]5 -- 16 Doer Open 7:15  ShOW Tm ULA DR;.Ett LLUKE COMPANION Debbie Friday - Feature Times: Fun In Acapulco My Six Loves 7:35 Exit 11:05 p. m. My Six Loves OCT. 21 22 "LOVE WITH A STRANGER" Natalie Woods Steve McQueen On Stage IN PERS Hour00 TOSEE A LIFETIME  0 .::i:i:. TO ii You name it, we finance it. You can finance any make or model of new car wi a SEAFIRST auto loan. SEAFIRST cing is available through new car deal- er, or through your :ret SEAFIRST branch. Either way you get fast service, ex- cellent terms. 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