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Page 10 Cheney Free Press Frid,ay, Otor 0. 9 Fading Huskies, Injury Shelves Bob Clark 7 ? Free Pr-00ss S0ulhern Cal In Important Grid Contest Chsh !aA ISaturday For EWS Savages I00-SPORTS TON (S,,eclal' o f the Eastern Washington State game, and the Loggers' Steve ., '_'" :-' -- ,__ College will be with, oat senior Maddoeks, second top confer- ugnt grla;lsqua   . quarterback Bob Clark when ence passer with 86.4 yards per ur "-en"e'V"ashi'nrt>n the Savages meet University of game, and UPS pass catcher ,. :4 ,_ ......... :"::'e Puget So und Saturday a, fter- Joe Peyton, 62.3 yards aver- a l - rmsKm.s trave,z to n umL., . , --- *^ """"n-e Southern noon in i acoma, age. k Blackhawks, Medic La e .......... Eastern, with a 3-3 season t;antoTnm. ClarK, wno suzerea a con- record and a 2-2 Evergreen Kickoff is slated for 1:30 p. cussion in Eastern's 20-7 loss conference recorl, will have In Prep Football ,Contest Still determined to get their first win, the Cheney Bl.ack- hawks will hp over to Medi- cal Lake tonight to face the Cardina in their ,homecom- ing game at 8 p. m. The Northeas A League football ame will be a repeat performance for both squads. Cheney and Medical Lake opened their seasons in Sep- tember, with Medical Lake win- ning 13-7. Coach Jim Hatch said he mental attitude among s gridders is still remarkably good, despite seven straight losses. He inlicated a surprise might be in the making to- mght. The Blackhawks fell to Mead, 26-0, ast Friday at he Spa-! kane County Fairgroundg, but not before they shocked the Panthers in the first quarter. Liddell Touchdown Nullified Randy Liddell brought a small Cheney rooting section to its feet by dashing 35 yards for a touchd>wn late in the first quarter, but a clipping enl.ty far be:hind Liddell nullified the play. After that the Bl, ackhawks s,agged and Mead led 14-0 ,at halftime. The Panthers added single touch- downs in the third and fourth quarters. Starting tonight will be Frank Ragains at left uard; Jerry Rohne:r, left tackle, Phil Conra, th, left end; Rich H, age- lin, center. Roger Christianson, right guard; Darrell Phillipson, right tackle, and Steve Swegle, rich end, Tom Oswald will be at quar- terback; Randy Liddell, left halfback; George Rosenzweig, right halfback, and Dale Grub wingback. Gheney's B squad continues to roll along undefeated after h.aving bumped Mead Monday, 13-6. The B squad has defeat- ed Ritzville and Medical Lake twice and Mead once for a 5-0 record. Medica! Lake, now 3-3 for the season, defeated Deer Park, 41-6 last Friday. College Will Host Gymnastic Clinic Eastern Wahirgton State' College will host a state gym- nastic clin,ic for instructors and girl participants Saturday from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. in the EWSC Memorial Fieldhouse. Sponsored by the division f girls' and women's sl)orts of the Washington Association of Health, Physical Education and Recreation, the clinic will offer instruction by three top coaches. Mary Sarber, Seattle, chair- man, s:2 coaches will be Dale Lcclemnts. top U. S. woman gymmst just returned from Tokyo, where she was member of the U. S. teem; Pat Crick- son, Seattle c'ach, and The,rue Tibbetts, EWSC gymnastic coach. m. at the Los Angeles Memor- ial Coliseum. The ane wilt be broadcast back ,to Washington over the KING Radio network. The Trojans and the Huskies were pre-season favorites to represent the Pacific A.thletie C onerer, ee in the Rose Bow1. Whiche,cer team wins this one will ce-tainly have an excellent chance of getting the Pasadena bid. The loser, not so good. A check of the games over the past five years proves any- thing can happen. In '59, the Trojans won, 22-15. The next year, the Rose Bow'l Huskies on decisively, 34-0. 1961 saw the two battle to a 0-0 tie. In J962, the Trojans came out on top on their way to the Rose Bow1, 14-0 And, last season, Washington upset the Califor- nians at Seattle, 22-7. i The Huskies are expected to! stick on the ground with an occasional pass to defeat the Trojans. The boys from Troy can atso run, but will pass a bit more. LEO THAMS ON COMMITTEE Leo Thams of Plaa is one of the representatives for Wash- ington tate n the natipnal committee to direct activities of rural Americans for John- son and tlumphrey. Leonard F. Jansen f Ritzvitle is co-elair- man for the State of Washing- ,OI. DWEATHER max. min. pre. Oct. 22 .... : ......... 63 35 .00 MARgETS Oct. 23 .............. 63 36 .00 Soft White, bushel  1.32 Oct. 24 ............. 60 40 .00 White Club, bushel :.i iiiii 1.351Oet. 25 .............. 51 32 .00 Barley, ton ...................... $41.00 Oct. 26 ............ 49 29 .00: Wednesday quotation, FOB Oct. 27 1 ............ 44 36 .06 Chen,ey. Oct. 28 ............. 52 5'9 .00 to Pacific Lutheran University to defeat UPS to remain in the last Saturday, may be able to return next week when the Savages play Central Washing- ton State. George Cross Jr., Hoquiam frestunan, will be the starting quarterback Saturday, Eastern coavh Dave Holmes raid. Han- dy Behrens, a freshman from Srague, will back up Cross. The Savages will have an- other possible change in the offens:ive lineup, with Ernie Packebus,h, Kirklan fre:shman at flanker back. Only one ch,auge is likely in the defensive lineup. Spokane sophomore Mike Dunn will be the probable replacement for Willie Jackson, out with a bad ankle. Rushing Leaders Matched The contest will be a match between Eastern's halfback Mel Stanton, conference rush- in,g leader with 103.2 yards per game, and the Savages' Don Strate, averaging 57 yards per F .... F's conference race. Boh Whit- worth College and Cenral Washington State have 3-1con- ferece records,, a,rd withthem meeting each other Saturday, one will likely lave :a 3-2 rec- ord, tied with Eastern if the Savages get by UPS. Pacific Lut.heran and We,st- ern, each with 2-2 tallies, face each other Saturday. PLU is 0-4 for the season. The Savages have an,other crack at Central, Wh,om they defeated 20-7 in the first meet- ing, and at Wes,tern Washing- ton, which beat Bastern, 20-14, in their first game. ALLEY ANTICS Firebal: Jones Resort 22 l0 Poor Boys 19 12, Bill tIateh 18 14 System Amusement 17 15 Luthera Church 10t/., 211/.1_) I. O. O. F. Lodge 9 23 IOOF Lodge 2936; Jones Resort 1042; Don Lambert 194; Vern Russell 517. 5 O'Clock Mixed 20 8 VOTE Barry M. Goldwater . William E. Miller U Lloyd J. Andrews Walt Horan Daniel J. Evans Wm! C. "Bilr" Goodloe A. L. "Lud' Kramer Edwin J. Alexander n - President .... - Vice-President - United States Senator - Rep. in Congress - Governor - Lieutenant Governor - Secretary of State - State Treasurer Pin Pals 17 11 Has Beer, s 14 14 Splits & Misse 13 15 ugitives 13 15 Culverts Reserve 12 16 G. I. Joes 12 16 Amberites 11 17 G. I. Joes 2360, 829; Bill Stiffler 507. 169 ; Maxine Fifield 446 ; Alice Spuler 187. Bowlerettes Hilicrest Fillies 20 8 M N M 19 9 Bill's Jills 15 13 Lil's Curls 17 11 Kelly's Tavern 13 15 5 Bee's 12 16 Bair's IGA 8 20 Wilson,'s Premiums 8 20 Hillerest Fillies 2746; Bait's IGA 958; Jar!y Dyek 565, 192. Cheney Automotive Rateliffe Ford 221/.., 13.. tS(ldy's Shoe Shop 20 16 Higgins & tIenderson 20 16 Sunset View Ranch 20 16 Al's C%evron' Station 18 18 Hillcrest Stables 16; 191/2 Cheney Auto Parts 14 23 Brown & ]tolter 13 22 Cheney Auto Parts 2997 ; tlillcrest ,tables 1031 ; James Dyck 576 ; Dick Weigel 223. Koffee Kup Keglers B Plus 24 8 Pied 'ipers 19 13 4 Questions 16 16 Old & Young 16 16 Krazy Kales 15 17 ]?illrollers 13 19 Shirt Tales 12 20 Cluster Busters 12 20 B Plus 2166, 726; Ida McKinley 187; Janey Dyck 526. Cheney Businessmen Outlaws 17 11 Wilson Homes 17 11 Edgett Bros. 17 11 Nabisco 16 12 Fire Department 15 13 R. O. T. C. 14 14 Free I tess 10 18 Brown & ttolter 6 22 Pres Eaton 206 ; Bob Wilson,, Tom Wilson 519; ROTC 1085; Wilson Homes 2961. I Wednesday Mixed Kin Wins 23 9 Yard Birds 22 10 Beke Young 19 13 Refugees 18 14 J. B.'s 13 19 Dis Ables 13 19 Buckaroos 10 22 Winars-Davis 10 22 Refugees 2302 ; Winns-Davis 868 Frank Greene 214; Gordy Young 603 Lil Green 186; Ellen Proctor 436. Re-Elect W. L. "Bill" McCormick State Representative Democrat-- 5th District The best friend Cheney has in Olympia! State Auditor Vidor B. Fleming -- Aflorney General Paul R. Derr Bill McCormick Samuel J. Clarke - Comm. of Pubhc Lands Frank N. McCartney - Insur. Commissioner d erves your State Dale Duvall Senator Gerald L. Saling State Representat!ve u pport! Bill E. McKee State Representative Ralph E. Umbreit - County Commissioner U. Sherman Blake - County Commissioner Raymond R. Tanksley, Jr.-. County Prosecuting Atty. Clip this ad and take it to the polls with you. For transportation to the polls, call 235-4751. Republican Citizen of Cheney, Mrs. F. J. Schadegg, Chairman, Cheney, Wash. SPONSORED BY CHENEY FRIENDS OF McCORMICK ELMER LUITEN - CHAIRMAN Cougars, Beavers Clash Saturday WASHINGTON STATE IVERSY[Y (special) -- H c:oming activities will be in swing his weekend at ington State University the big event being the Oc Oregon State f, ootbaI1 gat 1:30 p. m. Saturday r ers Field. The Cougars ef Was State are 3-3 for the and w'auld like nothing than to upset OSU. The ers pulled a maj,or their own last Satu,rday ing eighth-ranking 31-13. This was the ;i,fth straight win after their season's opener to western. Oregon State is led by omore quarterback Paul ers who moved in a nid took sta.rting job away from an Gordon Queen. Queen e d all last year and school record by throwing :ouchdown passes. Washington State will mngry for a win a,fter Saturd, ay's 28-13 loss to Idaho Vandals. This was ho's first win over the since 1954. DISTRICTS BONDED By June 3, 1963, over the school district pacity in Washington reached. 40% of the live in school districts to their legal limits.