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age 8 Chene__yy Fe_ lares. Priday_____L November 13, 1964 i z, SPORTS i EWS Title Hopes I On LineSaturdayl With a share of the Ever- green Conference football championship t stake, Easteam Washirgton State Cxlege fac- es a team that h, as a ,h, eady beat it this season, the Western Washington State College Vik- ings, in the final football game of the season Saturday nig, ht in Bellingham. The Savages, who suffered injuries to tree pl, ayers in their 14-0 triumph over Cen- tral Washington State Colaege last Saturday, also have two other players out witfl injur- ies. Junior tackle Doug Cox axtd senior safety WiLlie Jackson, both of whom missed the Cen- ta.1 contest were sph fullback Keith Sterling, fresh back Doug Bender and soph back Mike Dunn. AlL five may miss the game in Bellinglam. Eastern, tied with Pacific Lu- theran University and Central for first p!.ace, took a 20-14 loss from Westcr eari,ier fn the year. Win Is A Must For EWSC A win over the ViMngs is a must for coach Dave Holmes' team if the'/ are to get a piece of the champioip, the best slxmg Eastern has made in a umber of years. The East- ern win over Ceamaa ws the first time the Wldcats have been held scoreless in two years. Eastern; with a 4-2 record in conference games, is tied with Centxal a'M PLU. The Wildcats and the Knights meet in Ellensburg Saturday after- noon, nd unless they play a tie, one of the .teams will lave a 5-2 record, the other will be 4-3. A win over Western will leave the Savages at 5-2, tied with the winner of the PLU- Central cntes. George Cross, Eastern's freshman quarterback who filled in so ably for senior Bob Clark when the latter as in- jured, earned himse a start- mg horth after leading the Sayage to a 36-20 win over Universi.ty of Puget Sound. He took a firmer hold on the position as ,a result of the win over Central, and wJB be the starting signal caller against Western. Stenton Top Rusher Mel Starlon, Eastern's lop running back. averaging 88.3 yards per game, will be mo- ocher backfield starter, al;ong with Don Strate. the Savages' second top rusher with an av- erage of 56-2. Junior Dean Adams, who worked miracles in the Sav- ages' win over UPS with three pass interceptions, one of which he turned into a 47-yard totmhdown run. and who cagkt several p,asses, will be .t flanker back. The Savage offensive line, which played a forge part in the win over Central, will be the same, with junior Dan Brown again filling in for Dour Cox at tackle. The Eastern-Western series goes back to 1923, with the !Vikings holding a 24-!6 edge in the series. Michael McKeehan On Haverford Team A member of the Haverford, Pa., C,olaege cross country team this fall is Michael P. McKee- Iron, son af Mr. and Mrs. James McKeehan of 817 Sixth, Cheney. McKeehan, a junior, is a graduate of Cheney High School, where he was a men> ber .of the track and wres,fling teams. Daring his career at Haverford, McKeehan has been a member of the football and track teams. ALLEY ANTICS Firebar rones Resort 26 14 Poor Boys 24V 151/'2 Bill Hatch 24 16 System Amusement 20 20 . O. O. F. Ixge 13 27 Lutheran Church 121 271/2 System Amusemend, 3089, 1062; George :haler 568; Herin Willms 226. - Bowlerettes M N M 25 11 Hi]lcrest Fillies 21 ! 5 BliPs Jills 21 15 LiPs Curls 20 16 Kelly's Tavern 17 19 5 B's 17 19 Wilso's Premiums 13 23 3air's IGA 10 26 5 B's 2677, 926 ; Ferne Stuhr picked up 6, 7, 10 split. Janey Dyck 505; Laura 3rueker 180. 5 O'Clock Mixed Four F's 23 13 Pin Pals 20 16 l,ugit ives 19 17 G. I. Joes 18 18 Calverts Reserve 17 19 Has Beens 17 19 Amebrites 15 21 Splits and Misses 15 21 Amberites 2325; 4 F's 832; Ken Ward 547; Wayne Fifield 219; Jeanette Stiff- let 465; Lois Merrill 187. Koffee Kup Keglerm B Plus 27 13 Pied Pipers 22 18 Old & Young 22 18 Krazy Kates 20 20 4 QuestioTm 2{) 20 PiUroliers 17 23 Cluster Busters 16 24 hirt Tales 15 25 Questions 2120; PiUrollers '/26; Ida cKinley 539, 204. Cheney Automotive Higgins & Henderson 27 17 Ratcliffe Ford 25 181fi Al's Chevron Statio 23 21 Eddy's Shoe Shop 23 21 Hillcrest Stables 201 23r Cheney Auto Parts 20 24 Sunset View Rar.ch 20 24 Brown, & Holler 17 27 Higgins & Henderson 2927; ttillerest Stables 1035: James Dyek 607, Frank Greene 229. Wedneeday Mixed Yard Birds 29 11 Kin, Wins 25 15 Beke Young 25 15 Refugees 21 19 Dis Ables 17 23 Winans Davis 17 23 JB's 15 25 Buckaroos 11 29 Yard Birds 2241 ; ]:}is Ables 769; Bob Winans 534; Jim Goodwin 210; Lil Greene 180. 507. Cheney Businessmen Wilsor Homes 23 13 ahiseo 22 14 ROTC 22 14 Outlaws 19 17 Edgett Bros. 19 17 Fire Department 18 18 Free Press 15 21 Brown & Holter 6 30 Free Press 1069, 3000; J. Mamanakis 205; J. Essiinger 55& Monson Orders Hoop Practice For Cheney Saturday Afternoon derC:eh fDlnscMe2rkhou  r Mk:rsSt:l}edl:cfeg,, iit t.is -- morrow afternoon at 2 for pro-: strng experience.  U | |aos spective Che,my High School 00iY.:m00Sfi00l.00rhelilst00:laq!!ii S,aughter third behind Mecal Lake a:id 9 bskerball candida,tes:. Monson expects about 40 cartdidates, including six let- terme.n off la:st year's squad which posted a 14-6 r,:e,ord. Only one, Randy Liddell, 6-1 senior forward, was a starter. The Northeast A League has been expanded this sea3n tc 10 tea, ms. SclMrk, (M,=Dline Falls and Iene cons.oSdated) and RiverAde are the new en- tries. The league now lists Che- hey, Co!ville, Chewelah, Deer Park, East Valley, Kettle Falls, Medical !,eke, Newpert, River- side and Selkirk. 6-7 Center Listed The other letLermen are Steve Swegle, 5-1.1 senor f/l} " ' ;...rod, Bob Bartlett. 6-2 junior far;yard; Gary Rietz, 6-2 sen- ior forward, and towering Dick Yocdm. 6-7 junior center. B:andy Liddell started every brother .and game ]ast year Colvil4e last year aft:r going to the State C!.ass A Tarna- Ca,lfax showed why it is mnt two seasons aS). ranked in the top 10 class A Lhnited Practice artd /o.3tball teams in the state by A few of the cag_rs "r',',:9 d0.wning Cheney 52-7 here 1.ast didn't play football ha,.e be:'.. Friday to close the 1964 prep working out on a limited basis :e,a fc both high se, h.r>3]s. this week, Monso.n said. Tim Bulldogs were paced by Moan:sen said the !ae!d::-,,k- their big janior halfback, Stev:? will have good height an.q Temtle:on v:ho scored fo,ur could develop int9 a contend- t:;uc'hdoxns in th:; rout. er "if we can get some seer- Co!fax finirhed its se>:on , .... with a 7-2 record and Ciacney i:;g and I ,'nn tin=l , hr:jfr ,.. :,; cn spark t'm othr b:.5  v.]:.vl '..Lidded to a 0-9 record, the I we do, [ thing ,re shcu!bFt worst season here in many b.: t.:o ,,a, .Msnoa sa:d. .ears. Chznev will ep':l th; s2ason C,!fax led 33-0 at halftime " i ..... ' ....... :-:;d coasted to tlle ' score ,_B-,. 1 at .,l_../.t--t, ,,.iJ.'/ :.On. in,el conference game o.: the sch?d- v:ith reserves playing m.'ch of ] , iI,I,q i, -, , ule. After that tim B ....... , ..... k: ,*he time. Templeton tcmk a will b:gin a I:'.g.:e s.ch::.i-'l: kickoff back about 85 ya.rd:; in 3f t. 9, games. he third quarter an H'alfb.ack Drew Stev[ck rambled about 70 ........... .,erOs on an inte:rcc,pte.:l rs ' lot the la:gest Iun. c,f the g;;me. Sophomore Ge,orge Rez-  weig turned in the best r:ln-  ning perf0rm!ance for he several long rms in the Cird priod. Ite scored Chenay's lone touchdown in tke third 0eriod. Monte Po>rsen k'cked tbz extra point. 00OTC T0 Turkey Shoot The anmial Eastern W:ah- mgtn Sate Coi]ge R..rv. '3Zie=r, Training Cerps turkey hg./t will be held in the Cadet Ha!l rifle range from 12:30 t:) 6 p. m. Wednesday and Thurs- day (Nov. 18-19). I.t. Col. l?dgar t Fentem> thor, EWSC ROTC commnd- :.:-.g officer, said the ev:-et is gonsored by the Evergreen Chapter, Association of the !;nited States Army. Both luck and skill target will be available, and rifles and ammuni, tion will be furnished, although shooters may bring their own .22 caliber rifles. Competitign has been de- signed so that one out of eeh 220 persons shooting will win a 12 to 16 pound turkey. HAM CAPTAINS RIFLE TEAM--Frank Ham of Cheney, cap- tein of the EtqrnWashingte State College ROTC detachment Not Worth It rifle team, is shown receiving trophy following recent match You would not want to ex- from Col. Paul A. Harmon of the Gonzaga ROTC faculty. Ham perience the highest and great- is e graduate of Cheney High School and is a sophomore at est surprise--dearth at the EWSC. twheel--as many others have done. Not for a beer, anyhow. Spots in The News HAND STAND? No, it's pole vaulter Reinhardt of Germany, momentarily grasping "wrong pole." He was second in Olympics. TINY world of transistors gets a giant, Honeywell unit in fore- ground, 1,000 times size of radio type held by i Sandy Kallevik. The big one'S for space craft use. KNOW HIM? It's ac- ....... tor George Scott, on lo- cation for Bible film. AMPHIBIAN -- This 3O-foot, $15,000 sailboat sli off a trailer and slithered some 300 feet down highway near Williamsport, Pennsylvania before ing and demolishing a car, injuring five. PTA $000ns0r$ A large 7roup o,f p.rents were rmmiag up and down stairs and am:oss the street t9 the annex at the high school PTA "Back to Sc'hgol" night Nov. 4. Everyone welcomed the bells marking the end of the ?.cho.o.1 day and time fo,r re- eres.hments. At the business meeting it was ve,te.d to spenser a rooter bus to take studemks to ball games. The PTA is to be re- spo,nsible for collecting fare's, which will be determined by mileage, al,d t.o furnish eh,ap- erones. The frist bus trip was taken to Medical Lake for blue foot- b:ll game. The next tNp will be to Mead, Dec. 1 for: first basketball game. The or,qanization .also to sell a b,ef to raise >%\\;. Mrs. Wi!iams is the man. Mrs. Dean Swegle, announced the next will be Jan. 6 and the will be "What To Do the Child Who Does Not to Go to College." With the development fluorescent anUb0dy --a coupling of light, :special dyes, and ful of whooping cough, and other diseases can be in a much shorter time wifih older laboratary niques. Classified advertising does a at a smal} cest. Order NOW from a Large Selection Personalized Christmas Cards Your name imprinted on the Sonnell line c,t: cards Several Books of Cards From Which To Choose ' " Cheney Free Press , !!ii)i mnnn n g mnl m n