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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, December 18, 1964 Free Press SPORTS Savages Seeking Revenge Against Dillon Squad In Home Game On Saturday Eastern Washington State ....... Coliege will have a chance to .Ledical Lake because they avenge an earlier defeat when have committed only 69 fouls the -avages meet Western as compared with 108 commit- Montana College in the year's td by their opgonents. last home basketball game Sat- urday night. Hal Team S(ores dos 77-59 in Dill, on test Fri-l Second Vidory In Lethbrdge, Alberta, semor Bob Bradley ran, .wild,'mg 41 points. Wrestling Ritzville Eastern Coach E.rnie McKie described Bradley as "the best Canadian "basketball ptaye,r I by Mike Snapp .have ever seen." " Cheney won its secn.d Bradley was a Montana league wrestling match from collegiate all-conference pick Ritzville 1,as:t Friday mght. As last year. He set a one-game the score, 41-11, indicates, the conference scoring record of match was fi']le,d with numer- 64 points and dominated sta- ou pins, which marks the tistics with 13 rebounds and style of wrestling that C'oach 26 points per game. Ergel advocates. Those falls McKie, in his fr .'e.xtmmn year were produced by Alan Scott, as a college co,ch, wi be able Rick Miller, Vern Scott, MJke to come up with a definite Waddell, Terry Ionrad, Butch starting team now that the fall McB:ain, and Darrell Phillip- quarter .at Eastern a ended son. The Rlaclhawks will try to grades have been detevm- avenge the foobal.1 n basket- tried. Two top prospects, 6'8" jtm- ball teams as they wrestle Med- ior Jack SLate fTom Spokane's ical Lake this Thursday at John Rogers high sol, eel, and 5:30 in their first home match. ike Pugh, a 6'5" junior tmns- A win would be the third for from Olympia junior col- straight in league co.mpetition. lege, were able to play Monday Individual results .of the Ritz- in Estern's 61-54 los to an- ville match were: defeated Seattle Pacific cl- Atan Scott, C, p. Moore, lst; Mitltr C, p. Burroughs, lege. Playing only part-time in ;!st; Vern Scot ,C, p. Reives, a freely substituted game, 2nd; Mike Waddell, C, p. Bau- State came up with six man, 3rd; John Ditean, C, d. Allert, 4-2; Terry Kn.rad,C, p. points and Pugh with an Janzen, 2nd. mazing 17. Spokane freshman John Butch McRaind,C, p. Ackart, Johnson, who starred with 12 2nd; Frank Ragains, C, d. Mc- points in Eastarn's 69-65 upset Donald, 8-3; Preston,R, d. Rog- mer Carroll caUege, came up er Christianson, 5-4; Ferderer, with seven po4nts aaginst SPC R, d. Gary Ruepple, 8-4; He,lgh- to make him the third highest berger, R, p. Barry Horbon, Savage scorer Rh a6.9 avex- 2nd; Daxre]l Phillipson, C, p. Eels, 2rid. ae. Tutton Top Scorer Score Not Indicative Senior captain JJzn Tuttn In a finn-league match hst leads the Eastern scarers with Saturciay the fLual outcome a 9.1 average, folLmved by was in favor of Pfilman, 31-13, Vim:e Jarvis, another senior, bu't this score was not a Ca'ue with 7.2. All averages are 'based example of the caliber of wa'est- on eight games. Pugh's 17- lirg of the 'Iawks tlt night point and State's six-lx)int a- There were sevel very cose erages are based on oly one sd disputable matches. Fr game. The varsity game against instance, Alan Sco, who had won with fal in the previas Eastern Montarm wR1 start at three meets, ,had his opgonent - 8 p. m. in Memorial fiethe, r,arly pinned in the hst 10 An Eastern junior varsity- secoacts, but was awarded Lucky Lager gavne is sehed- aeither the fall nor pois .and uled for 5:45 p.m. consequeatPy was decisioned. Team Coast Bound Ghorm.y wrestl, ers who did The Savages will leae for win against the Gre.vhonds the coast Sunday for a Men- were Vern Scott (Man's lder day game with Seattle PaoAic brother,) Keith Koch ,and Dot- and a contest with St. ,lVtartin's rell Ppson. Needless to say, col, lege in Olympia Tuesday. ' the Bhckhawks are a, nxius to Eastern will be g.ettiag a sec- have the cbarce to reverse the nd .crack at teams they lose" score of this match. to earlier, SIC, 61-54, anti St. Martins, 61-50, in the Univer- sity of Britis Clumbia s To- tem tournament. .'Haw-0000ed On The Weekend In Two League Games By Terry Gamon The Cheney Blacldmwks dropped a pair ,of league has- ketbaB games last week, fal_lng to Newport 61-55 Frid}ay and to Medical hake 56-51 Satur- day. The losses were the fst for the Blaekhawks who lave wvn three. Tonight the Bl, ackhawks travel to Kettle Falls or an- other league encounter. To- morrow they will be a hmne to face the East Vlley Knights, one of the current league leaders. The Knights, ubea'een i,n league, py, have lst only to Dversity, a Spo- kane city league power. Bob Rartlett cored 20 points to lead the B,lekhawks at Ne- port and Randy IAddell scored i 14 points. Missed free throws proved to be Cheney's undoing against Medical Lake. The Bleckhawks could hit cmly !1 of 29 gift shots while the Cardinals made 16 of 25. Liddtl and Gary Ritz each scored 16 er Chen, ey. Larry Tarat with 18 and Bob Bell i with 16 paced the Cardinals. i The key to Black, hawk suc- cess x, lack of it this weekend Will probably depend o. wtteth- er or rot the free throw hoot- ing improves. To d,te the Bl'aekharks have made 75 of 146 free throw attempts fox a mediocre 51.4 per cent. In spite of this they have beea out- scored at the foul line only by NOT HUNGRY--Somewhere there is a husband and wife who will choose Kevin to be their very ovn adopted son. While he waits for this special moment, he knows not the pangs of hun- ger or the loneliness of not being loved. For Kevin is one of 107 babies that during the past year were cared for at St. Anne's Infant Home in Sp.kane. Kevin's care, and the care of hundreds of infants who came before him, is financed in part by the annual Catholic Charities Christmas Collection, which will be taken up in all Catholic churches in the Spokane dio- cese on Christmas Day. Lefler On Spanish Farm Methods Recalls Pioneer Shotgun Seeding Mrs. Dummeier Explains Spanish Farmi.g Methods Mrs. Edwin F. Dummeie" re- cently wrote to the L. S. Mc- i Kay family during her visit in i Spain explain, ing the farming methods of that country. She said the Spaniard's have no farm mac'binery and only a few of them have a mule or two. They till the ground by chopping it up by hand and then seeding it by hand. The Dnd is so rocky that it would be difficult to use machinery. However, their hand hhor does produce good crops, she ex- plained. - Mrs. Dummeier also said her address would be H'ote] Eden DuLac, Zurich, Switzerld. from Dec. 17 to Dec.20. Brings Recollections McK, ay, who stopped in at The Free Press office to take advantage of the nesoapr's ;Christmas special subscription offer said the Spanish had f':eming bouht back memor- ies of the stmtgu seeder or broadcast seeding used here more than a half century ago. He exphined .mt the shot- gun seeder, an attachment to a wagon wheel, wouM brod- cast the seed about 90 feet ad a pony and rider would foow at the edge of the 90 foot seed strip, The pony's tracks were MOON ECLIPSE Don't forget ! ! ! Astrol- ogers say there will be a total eclipse of the moon to- night (Friday) from 8 to |0 o'lock. used to gu,age he next seeding strip. McKay said f, arming has come a long way since those days. ALLEY ANTICS Fireball Jones Resort 37 23 141/ ' 51/(, Poor Boys - ,2 - Bill Hatch 341/" 25['7. ' Lutheran Church 27 33 t IOOF Lodge 24 36 System Amusement 23 37 Lutheran Church 3001 ; Poor Bws 1053; George Mastersor 208, 578. 5 O'Clock Mixed Four F' s 33 23 Pin Pals 32 24 Fudtives 32 24 G. I, Joes 28,'., ")7 ./,- ,_ Amberites 27 29 Calverts Reserve 26,' 29 Splits and Mirses 23 33 22 34 Has Bcens G. I. Joes 2398, 828 ; Bill Stiffler 564, 218 ; Ida McKinley 512 ; l'rance : Smith 184. Bowlerettes 5 Bees 33 23 M N M 32 24 Hillerest 32 24 Bill's Jills 30 26 Kelly's Tavern 29.4 26Va Lil's Curls 28 28 Bair's IGA 221fl- ' 33/ Wilson' Insurare 17 35 Kelly's Tavern 2738, 928; Marie Mors 524 ; Pearl Weisman 195. Cheney Businessmen ROTC 35 21 Fire Department 33 23 Edgett Bros. 30 26 :Nabisco 30 27 26 Wilson Hornes Outlaws 28 28 Free Press 24 32 Browt & Holier 15 41 ( Nothing else i quite measures up Walker's DeLuxe Bourbon THE ELEGANT 8 YEAR OLD WALKER'S BOURBON Don: Nurser 209 ; F_xl Fenstemaeher 576; Free Press 1077, 300. CheneF Antomotiv$ Al's Chevron Station 36 24 Ratcliffe Ford 34,6 29A I'Iiggiras & Henderson 33 31 Eddy's Shoe Shop 33 31 Sunset View Ranch 33 31 Hillcret Stables 28,6 31 Brown & Holier 27 37 Cheney Auto Parts 27 37 Eddy's Shoe Shop 2943; Higgins & Henderson 1061 ; Tom Scott 555; Don Goodwin 226. Koffee Kup Keglers Pied Pipers 36 20 B Plus 33 23 4 Questions 30 26 Pillrollers 27 " 29 Old & Young 26 30 Cluster Busters 25 31 Krazy Kates 24 32 Shirt Tales 22 34 Cluster Busters 2134; Pillrollers 749; Pat Corrath 524, !92. Library At College Chosen As Member Of British Society Eastern Washington Sate! College's Hargreaves lilyra.ry i bas been elected to memb'er- i ship in the Royal Historical So- ciety of England. Leon E. Whitinger, directvr of EWSC library services, s,ad membership in the svcieCy is awarded to libraries w,hich  meet certain stan:i:a.rds in o,per- ations, number and eategory, of holdings. The EWSC library is the third largest of institutions o;, highcr learning in the sate, be said. It n'aw has mare than 137.000 volumes and is grow- iz.g at the rate of more than: i,000 velumes each month. ! I 1 Carol Singing S i t DuringFundAppeai l Christmas carols will fill th: lair in Cheney Satm"iay .n.igit, l a groups of Upper CAu.mbia !Academy students sing from id,oer to door in .a one night drive for the 61st annual Worlds Mission Appeal, spon- sored by the local Seventh- l day Adventist ehure'h. In appreciation of past an. nual contributions to the church's welfare pro,gram, Dr. Elwyr Hasse, home missions director4er the local c'hurch, eited the March 28 Crescent City tidal wave disaster situa- tion as an eample of prepared- ness. tIasse petaled ,out that fol- lowing the Crescent City dis- aster there were no restau- rants intact and no clothing nor bedding could be bought. But because our welfare or- ganization had stock prepared in advance, the doctor said, they were authorized by the Civil Defense to distribu,e food and clothing until such a time as the Red Cross should arrive, after which they con FRi. - SAT. - SUN. Dec. 18 - 19 - 20 DOUBLE FEATURE .-- ............... '  eemoee lm CtNEMASCOPE C0t0R BY D[LUXE CO-HIT THE CRIMSON BLADE Co-Hit Move Over 7:40 9 p. m. Exit 11 p m.. NOTE: No Show Wed.-Thurs. Dec . 23 - 24 (: /? i FREEMAN S. FROST, a former editor of the Free Press publisher of the Newport Miner the past 19 years, is back in Cheney. Frost, who sold his Pend Oreille County newspaper Oct. 1, is back at the desk where he started his iournalism career about 30 years ago. He is filling in for Jack Pierce, editor, who is recuperating at the Deaconess hospital after major gory on Monday. tinued under the Red Cras,s. The home missions direc!t:,r also mentioned the 21,000 loaves .of bread that the church was able to provide for the Alaskan earthquake disaster as he thanked tho,se prsemt for their participation. SAbITA DUE THURSDAY AT MEDICAL LAKE All Ch, ildren of Medical Lake and vicinity are invited to gather at the cammnnity Cbristm, as tree at 11 a. m. Thursday, Dee. 24, when San- ta C!aus will appear. ,SUPPORT USO THROUGH UNITED COMMUNITY CAMPAIGNS Chef Hired PLAN YOUR PARTIES AT OUR BANQUET ROOM Eating House M-N-M DRIVE-IN CLOSED ,TIL JAN. 4 lfl Mustang's first Christmas coo SURPRISE YOUR FAMILY WITH A MUSTANG THIS CHRISTMAS I Christmas is a great time to join 250,000 [ ........ Classic ' happy Mustang owners. Your family will | "I-'I"'NN[ TJ decanter or really go for the looks and performance that | LN U W I regular fifth, pushed Mustang to third place on the sales '65 MUSTANG HARDTOP , Both wrapped as gifts-at no extra charge. $5 95 4/ . CODE :No. G72D $5 95 4/G QT. 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