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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, November 6, 1964 $_ Colfax, Cheney Close &apos;64 Season Tonight Colfax, one of the state's top AA Idaho squd, 21 20 accounted for four touchdowns enzwelg paced the rushing at enzweig, righ hal:f, and Or- class A high school football Bulldogs Victors Over Dayton as the Cardirmls won the tack, with Lidde[1 pickkng up lob at wing back. teams, will play Cheney tonight at Fisher Field in the final game of the season for both schools. Colfax, which competes in the Southeast A Lea,gue, has a record of 6-2. The BuUdogs, coached by C]ayton Du,nn, have lost their last two games--to Pomeroy and Lewiston, Idaho --by a total of 7 points. The Bulldogs lost to Pom- eroy two weeks ago, 12-6, when they played without their big halfback, Steve Templeton, and their top lineman, tackle Russ Neff. Bolh were in action last week when the Bultdogs lost a squeaker to the class Colfax beat Dayton, 12-7, at Dayton aarlier in the season. Dayton, of course, downed Che- ney 25-0 at Cheney. The Bulldogs boast a fine set of fleet backs, including Templeton. 6-1 and 195 pounds; Gary Repp, Los Birr and Drew Stevick. Their line is anchored around Nell, a 190 pound tackle, and Mike Bryant, a 218 pound tackle. The Blackbawks had better luck moving the bll last week- end against Medical Lake, but still lost, 31-14--their eig,h consecutive defeat. Bob Bell and Larry Tarrant No,beast A League game. Medical Lake led 25-7 at half. Quarterback Tom Oswald hit Doug (Wes is his brother) Orb with a touchdown pass and Randy Liddell bucked over from one yard out for Cheney's touchdowns. Evans scored Med- ical Lake's other touchdown in he final quarter. Chen, ey rolled up 346 yards against the Cardinals, passing and rushing Oswald connect- ed on 9 of 18 aerial a.ttempts, to account 1or 216 yards Or- lb hauled in six of the psses. Randy Liddell and George Ros. 95 yards. Two seniors still listed on the squad will not suit up for ton, ight's game. They are Steve Swe,gle, starting end, and Dale Grub, win,gback, out with injuries. The starting lineup, mostly seniors, will see Phil Conath, left end; Jerry Rohner, left tackle; Monte Pe,arson, left guard; Rich Hagelin, ec,nter; Roger Christianson, right guard; Darrell Phil]ipson, right tackle, and Rod Reed at right end. Oswald will start at quarter- back; Liddell at left ha!f; Ros- Coach Jim Hatch, looking back over the winess season, said a poor defense and key injuries plagued the struggl- ing Bl'ackhawks most of the year. He .did single out several players who base not received muoh mention this seas.on as bulwarks for the Blacldlawks. They were Des Sttsman, an end who has played well ,all sea,an des.pite a painful knee injury, Christi,aRson, Ro,,mer Swegle and Reed Other seniors bowing out tonight are Craig Parks, Cye Lodsgon, John Montague, Dan She.pard and Mike So,app. Savages Wildcats Meet Saturday Poor Boys 23, 12J Jones Resort 23 1.2 Conference 00,uc, a, ,oo00_ III Lutheran Church II  24 I/./, Poor Boys 3072, 1062 ; Eob Grcgan " 234, 582. U rn " , 5 O'Clock Mixed o 10 aste , Washlrgton. Ste ] and defenmve team they have ] F.o-L. ." 7 , ington State this Saturday with I ...... CG;''JR 6 6 tu gcJ ,'-u--r- Travel  ". oes 16 16 an almost .... enirel,y different [ ame lime i:Ju p. m. I HaFUgitiveSTs 1416 3618 ___s Bee. 19 ,,,, jR, udy "":- "-'ur J-" backfmld than the SavageS,e h The same .at 1.3n n. , -- e- .,,.m *'an ] Splits and MiAmberites .... 12"11; .)- .... used vhen they defeat d t e  pod ' ' Jo 2423 817. Russ Jacobsen ......... ] " ward Vietd on the EWSC ] G.  .... Wildcats, 20-7, m nelr lrSZicamrms could throw th - E, -" I so lS: Fe- Sth 43 :. .,T",,-, Evergreen, Oonerenee football [gr. Conference raceioa I B Plus' Koffee Kup Keglers6 10 game of ,.h.e season. [  " ",., 4 tighter knot than it is at pres-I iP,o, i iv c,,,h r,,,o lm id tht I eat. t:entral, 4-1, tops the I  Questlon 17 19 WASHINGTON STATE UNI- , .... ,. ...... arter..k ,.or._ I standings , wlh Whitwrth, I Pillrollera 16 VERSITY (Special) -- Wash- .s..,a. lU' . x.r,  ........... [Krazy Kates 16 20 f'*,*c,c T- uhn ]d a<qrn fl I"U an(1 asm'rn le,u 2,or see-I hirt Tales 14 22 ingtan State's Cougars will take ................................... -o e to ,the road this Saturchy to meet the University of Oregon Ducks at Eugene. The Cougars would like nobh- better than to follow iegample o,f the Sta,nord Intdhi e- ans in upetti,ng the Ducks. Oregon had won its first six 9 games of the season, aped 10 ! straight o:er a two year per- lad, before Stanford squeezed out a 10-8 win last Saturday. The Coags, wlm have now lost two straigh.t, syed right on the heels of Oregon State a -last Saturday beare giving up a field goal and a touchdown in the final quarter to lose 24- _ _ I The Eas.tern-Ce,ntral rivalry lobo   7. The Beavers' final seven Stanton Set To PMy s ]goes back to 1922. Eastern has [ Fire nepartmen 18 14 points came with 24 seconds Mel Stanton, whose 100-pluslwon 18, lost 20, and three l R. o. T.c. 8 4 cr . . Eagett Brothers 18 14 left on the clock, yards rushing per ame aver- [games eded In tins. [ Free Press 11 21 AS USUal, halfback Clarence age dropped to 96 yards when ] Saturday is Dad's Day at I n* . o!tr. .....  e. .! - , . . ten Murl)ny zol ; tba /:enstemacner Williams led the CouRars of- he reln]ured a knee m toe UPS [Eastern and ths and the tght[ 6s: wilco, o 0z0: ROTe 04. tense ,as he tied a sclmal rec- game, is well and ready to go con, terence race 'are expected[ .... Wednesday Mixed ord carrying the ball 3'1 times. , ,, -  o at halfback against Central. [ to draw a large cxowd for the ] Kin Wins 23 13 The 172 yards ,he picked up Little Kelth Sterling, ,he 5-,Savages' fir, al kome game lBeke Youn 21 15 Refugees 21 15 gave him 665 yards for tfi-e :foot, 7-inch Spokane sopbo-Ithe season, The first thTee[Dis Ables 15 21 seaso and an average of 6.3 mre fro Shadle Park, rho is [ home games drew crowds of I a. B.' _ 14 22 I " Win'ar,.s lJavs 14 22 yards per carry, averaging 5.3 yards per carry, [3,600, 3,900 and 4,000 the bg-[ Washington State witl finish i wffi start at fullback. [ gest audiences in recent years. I its road schedule Nov. 14 The srting backfield will[ against Texas Teh in Lubbock, be backed ttp by Chrk, who Free Press SPORT and then return home to end the season in the traditional cross-state game with the Uni- versity of Washington, Nov. 21, in Spokane. Wooten's Bandits, aisle Pen Steelers In Wheal Bowl Iill First bawl game o the 1964 football season will be the Wheat Bowl in Walla Walla : Veterans Day when the East- erR Was, ifington State College junior varsity, a,n: all-freshman team, will meet the Washing- ton State Penitentiary "Steel- ers." The game, sponsored by the Walta Wall,a Boster Club, will begin at 1:30 p. m. on ]orleske Field. For Brcnt Wooten, Eastern wrsity backfield and JV coach, it will be a eturn to the scenes of his first athletic triumphs. Wooten was all-sports star at Walls Walls High ShooL from where he went to the University of Washington and starred in two R Bol fot- ba games for the Huskies. ELK SEASON OPENS SATURDAY Both Blue Mountain and Y akima reports indicate elk .bunters beginning to set up camps for the poohing of the elk season this Sa, turday. Deer hunters in most elk areas of the state have report- ed numerous ightings o elk almost throughout the deer season. Despite the large nm- ber of elk sightings by deer hunters, however, onlb, a mod- erate .opening success is pre- dicted or that region unless a storm develops. PTA EXECUTIVE BOARD TO MEET The Elementary School Ex- ecutive board will meet Tuea- day, Nov. 10 at 8 p. m. in the Campus school library. Committee reports are to be given. Dr. W. A. Powers, president, is asking the board members for sugges- tions to increase attendance at regular PTA meetings. Have a physical exam before you phn a hunting trip. Hunt- ing is rigorous. Be sure yu're vp to it. Das nw fully recovered from a concussion suffered in East- ern's 20-7 loss to PLU; Dan Strate and Ron Uhl, IasCern's No. 2 and No. 3 rus,hers, with 372 and 235 yards respectively, and the sure toe of Fred Amundsen, who has 12 pain after touchdown and five field goals. Uhl leads Eastern scoring with 30 points, folloved by Amundson with 27, Stra,te, 24, and Adams. 18. Sterling, Stan- ton and Curt Byrnes, a defen- ive back, have 6 points each. The Savages will have the same starting offensive line Pheasant Season First Half To End The pheasan.t season contin- ues for another weekend re- minds the State Game Depart- meat, the first half of the sea- son to close Sunday. The sea- son will reopr on Nov. 21, ad then continue until Dec. 20. Hen pheasants have been legal game in much (ff east- ern WasOinon since last Sun- day, .and me %on may be in- cluded in the hunter's bag until the end o,f the first half of the season. Nothiog else quite measures up Walker's DeLuxe THE ELtGANT 8 YEAR OLD BOURBON 75 $3 $1UIGHT OURBON WHISKEY 86.8 PROOF HIRAM WkLK[R & SONS INC., PEORIA, Ill. (- a :+:: i!: iiiiiiiiiiiii McConnells Open Retarded Home Mr. and Mrs. John McCon- /ne]l h.ave started a home for iretarded children at W. 28 2nd St. The residence was recently [purchased from ,hs brother, D. K. McConnel.l. ' The home was started by the McConLa,lls vhen Mrs. Rollie [Duty and Mrs. Mary Gale Rob- arts closed the Maples sch0ol this fa. and two ,of their eh,ag- es wer transferred to the new [ home. Mrs McCormell .... said the, chi"- ," ' ' GEESE BAGGED--W Edward Betz, left, and Jack Bear, dren s quarters were a separ- ate addition, built a cording play several geese bagged on hunting trip near Spangle I to sate speci,ficaton,s, t3 the week. This p,cture.was taken !as, lqWido::daYnn frogl i emain residence The new quar .neney rancn ot me :eatTte s m ters include three 1'2 x 12 bed- - t rooms and a 12 x 36 playroo,m -- rl Io+ A ....... *^- HAROLD J. TRIESCH GORDON E. CORNELIUS ..u ,.,a,.. a.u al .VlltplULtly 509-512 Radio Central Bldg. Spokane 1117 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, ' roodern wzth electric heat and ................... -- : .... *:-- T* ; 1. NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE TO CREDITOF " a drinking fuuum. ,t  p,,,- No. 78040 No. '18178 _ . at ned for six children In the Superior Court of the State o In the Superior Court ol the o " " Washington in and for the Count:, o' Washington in and for the Mrs. Zella Fitzpatrick, who s'}"t Matter of the Estate of Spka'e Matter of the E was emp,1o,ved by the Maples THERESA MARY SCHAAF, deceased. INEZ G. JOHNSON, deceased. erhl i'- ,',l; ; 41-* , Notice is hereby giverJ that the untlq Noticebs hereby given that the  ',u, S wuxuz x ,bre nv) signed has been appointed Executri, signed has been appointed Residen home and livin in un, til the of the above estate in this Ccurt an, of the above estate in this Court., - " " '-" * o has qualified accordingly, and that all aualified accordingly, anti t lVlCXonnellS are a'ole t,o m,ov,z )erso,s having claims against said persons having claims agamst.$ from their farm, six miles deceased are required to serve claims, ceased, are required to serve clam ..1 ..... ;fi.*, ith necon x vow' o,' verified with necessary voucher outhwest of C.neny. upo the undersigred at 509-512 Radio the undersgx;ed at Spokane, W.aS ] Central Building, Spokan'e, Washington or upon Gordo F Cornelius tn The Maples school building, .,. upon Harold J. Triesch, the attorne: nay of record at his office at 1* .,_ ^ ...... I of record at his office at 509-512 Radio sen Building, Spokane, Was toe tormer ro,tto Duty ,Dome, central Buildin, Spokane Washing- and file such claim with was urchased by Jim Barner ton, a:d file' such :laim with of such service in the a p .-+ A-- + - IProof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the aboe anu reconve e to 'a resx- of the clerk of the above court at th i the Cty of Spokane. Was... dence. City of Spokane, Washington, within sx months after the first pubhc .... six months after the first publication oi this notice or they will before veX this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date .of the first pubhcatmn  Date of the first publication of thiF notice as 6th day of .ovemb( R,,I. in 9g ] notice is 6th day of November, 1964. Gordor E, Cornelms-Resd l;-'Ah 99.  [ Angelire E. Schaaf, Executrix of of the above estate. ............... e-e I the above estate Gordon , Correlius Attorney Young 820; C. 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