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Page 8 Cheney Free Pss Friday, October 23, 1964 IA-SPORTS Winless Grid Teams Meet Tonight At Mead Field In Prep Football Clash Winless Cheney will take on I also-winless Mead tonight at[ 8 p. m. at Mead Field in an l important high school football l game for both squads. Mead, which left the Nth- east A League this season to cuter the Border League,has found rough sledding 'sc' far. The Panthers have lost to PulLman, 32-12; Kelloggs, 26-0; Umversity, 16-0, Ephrata, 26-6, and Colville, 20-0. Blackhawks Came Close Cheney came close to win- nin.g last Friday at Cheweh, but lost 18-12 on a 60 yard pass which went for a Couger touch- down in the fourth quaer. .Steve Swegle took a pss from Tom Oswald early in the second quarter and scared on a play which covered 14 yards to give Oheney a 6-0 lead. Che- welah scored later in the quar- ter arid the lmlf ended in a 6-6 tie. Randy Liddell scored from eight yards out in the ,bird quarter on a twisting, driving run to put the Bhckhawks head 12-6. The Black, hawks led 12-6 at the end of the third quarter, only to see their Tom Oswald completed four passes in 11 attempts fox 46 yards. The Bhckhawks ained 250 yards rushing and passin for the game. Starting Lineups Given Tonight's starting offensive lineup will see Swegle at right end; Darrell Plfillipson, right tackle; Roger Christi,arisen, right guard; Reh H,agek'm cen- ter; Ragains, eft guard; Jer- ry Rohner, left tackle, and Phil Conrath, left end. Wes Orloh will start at wing- back; Randy Liddell .and Goxdy Olsan wLll be at left and right halfback, and Oswald will get the ngd at quarterback. End Rod Reed re-injured a knee against Chewelah and pobbly won't play. However the Bhckhawks are expected to be healthier tonight than in several weeks. Parks May Play Craig Parks, the injury- prone senior wingback, was back in hcavy drirls this week and is itching to get back in action. His return could play a vital role in the game to- night. "I think we'll play a decent dreams of victory go salting game tonight," Hotch aid. 'We played ,a g(od game Chewelh's last quarter l against Chewelah, and it took on touchdown. Ragains Plays Well J a couple o big bombs to beat Coach Jim Hatch was pleas-lus, he added. ed with Chcney's effort at Che- 1 iii! welah, and with the pcay of several Blackhawks in partic- ular. He said Frank Ragains WSU, Idah, ued ,o a o e.ot a e fensive left guard. Wi{I Meet On offense, he pointed to RandyLiddelt, whoscored one At M touchdown and rushed for 91 OSCOW yards, and Gordy Olson, who rushed for 104 yards, includ- ing .one burst for 35 yards. Huskies, Ducks Meet Tomorrow In Seattle Tilt UNIVERSITY OF WASH- 1NGTON (Special)--With the season half over, the Urfiver- sity of Washington gridders vwing into the remaining five games left on the schedule in sore need of victories. Oregon is the next opponent. The powerful Ducks travel to Seattle tomorrow to challenge the underdog Huskies. Kickoff tor the sell-ut game at UW Stadium is 2 p. m. The Huskies h,ave 'had any- thing but good luck this year. After losing lhe opener to Air Force, 5'-2, they bounced back to win the next one against Baylor, 35-]4. Then came two losses to Iowa and Oegon State teams, 28-16 and 9-7. Last Saturday, the Huskies eded a three game road trip by beat- ing Stanford, 6-0. Oregon, on the other hand, has enjoyed a very successful season. Behind the quarter- backing of All-Aerica candi- date Bob Berry, the Ducks have floated past Brigham Young, Pittsburgh, ,Penn State and Ida- ho, Their most recent victory was gainst Arizon lst Sat- urday. The Washington running o- feeo:._se and their solid ground defense will ,be the mainstays of their strategy again Ore- gon. Fullback Junior Cffey and halfback Ran Medved, Charlie Browning a.nd Steve Bramwel,l provide the offen- sive punch. Either Jim SmCovts or Bil,1 Douglas will  the signals, and i  possible tlmy will share the duties. WASHINGTON STATE UN- IVERSITY (Special)--Two of the Northwest's mos famous "Okies" get together Satur- day in Moow, Idaho, in oe of the Northwest's oldest foot- ball rivalries. That's vhen Washington State's Bert Clark takes his Cougar grid squad out against Idaho's Dee Andros at 1:30 p. m. in Neale Stadium. Clark ,and Andros both are gradu- ates of the University of Okla- homa and starved in football there before g:oing on to head coaohing jobs. The Washington State-Idaho series, which began m 1893 with a rugby math between the schools, will be in its 65th renewal on Saturday. The Cou- gars, who have won 49 of the games and haven't lost to Ida- ho since 1954, may go into this ene as the underdogs. Ida'ho only a 1-4 record to WSU's 3-2, but close Vandal losses to Oregon and Oregon St,te the last two weeks have instated Andros' team as the favorite. Both te.ams are expected to be near their physical peaks. Washington State gets back its only injured squ, ad meanbev in uard Wayne Foster, of Port reh, ard, a.nd Idaho 'Rneback- ar Dick Litzenger also is ex- pected to be off the ailLng list. Both ,hve been out two weeks with twLted knees. Washingt State has had narrow queaks in Rs last two outinsg agairt the VadaLs in this loug and bitter viv ,ahT. The Cotgars lost an early lead and had to scxwe in the final sec- onds on a Dave Mathi'eson- Hugh Campbell pass to break a tie and take a 22-14 win in 1962, ,and hst year sopho more halfback W,Itie Gaskins, of Spokane, raced 92 yards on kickoff return ater Idaho had jumped into a 10-7 lead on ield goal by Mike Mayne. FU N AH EAD PLAN AH EAD Olympia's light sparkling good taste goes so well with good times and good company, r/t& the Water" Olympia Brewing Company. Tumwm', nr Olympia, Washington. *Oly *@ 10-64 Savages, PLU In Big Game Tomorrow , ii:wii hti::NTiiS]!:: i!i::o:!::::._ lost ]0 and two ended in *6 9 9 WaYne Ferne ].Z]:, Brown & Holter 12 20 1 N M a tie. Last year, .the Savages Cheney Auto Parts 11 21 Lil's Curls 16 The contest wtfi be the Sav- ages' Homecomigg and will start at 1:30 on Woodward Field on the EWSC campus in Chen ey. I-}omecoming activi- ties will start ,a half hour be- fore game time. The Savages hve four doubt- ful starters--tackle D9ug Cox. end Mike Duna, defensive back Dennis Nelson, all with ankle injuries, and defensive out of practice Tuesday. Wed- nesday, Terry Tucek, senior de- fensive linebacker, was hit by the same bug. Holmes, who can suit up only 30 players fox the game, said he is woxried about who to pick. CARLSON WORRIED Commenting on the up- end Terrry Chisus, recovering laming battle, PLU Coach from a dislocated shoulder. Roy Carlson said, "We won't Mel Stanton Sound I be able to rely on the laurels Good r, ews was th'at Mell of our past two games in this Stanton, Eastern's top rusher! one. Eastern has a strong, with a 101-yard average ln well-coached team. It already three games, will be back in I has defeated the tw, pre- action after missing two ames. Coach Dave H'olmes said Stan- ton, who suffered a back in- jury in the Sa,vages' 20-14 loss to Westexn Washirgtn State, was not vet completely well, but that he would be able to play. Ran Uhl, jurfior h.alfbk from Wenatchee Valley Col- i lege who filled in for Stanton with an 88-yard rushing per- forman'ce in the Savages' 7-6 win over Whitworth College, is also recovering from an in- jury. Hohnes hopes that by al- ternating Stanton and U:hi that season favorites in Central Washington and Whitworth. "Mel Stanton is one of the finest small college backs in the country. If he is well, he will be real trouble. Also, Fred Amundson can kick those field goals if Eastern gets in scoring range.'" met the Kniglts twice and }ost the first game, 21-13, but cane back and won the second, 26-0 Senior Bob Clark will again quarterback the Savages, with freshman George Cross Jr., who played mo of the game when Eastern beat Whitman College, 33-7, h st week seeing at least some action. Strate will start at fugback if he is well, with Lay Liber- ty ,at one halfback spot and Stanton at the other, with Uhl probably switching off. Keith Sterling is a probable re.p,lacc- ment for 3trate. Eastern, with a 2-1 record, I stands atop the Evergreen Conference, but not alene, be- ing tied with Central and West- ern Washington St,ate and Whitworth. PLU has a 1-2 con- ference record, lsing to Whir- worth and Central, and down- ing University of Puget Sound. For the season, Easterr is 3-2, the Knights 2-3. Al's Chevron Station 3089; Ratcliffe Ford 1062; Gordon Young 620, 234. 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