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Scores I',',,DAY TIO SCRATCH 7 | 49 #3 250 150 70 50 Mdler High Life 242, 157V2 66 54 #4 210 190 63 57 #6 194V 205,5 55 65 54 66 Wfllov-, Creek Angus 190 210 51 69 #8 /89 2i 1 50 70 Chet's ;lowers 180 220 3053 Rogers Aulo Ad shr hzmg 144 250 Johnston, 639, 256. H,gh IndvJdual John Webster, 920(4); Jim Dyck Jr., 289, 701(3); Janey Dyck, 208; Marlene McCorkle, 712(4; Janey Dyck, 524(3) 38 28 37 23 33 27 32 28 32 28 26 34 25 35 21 39 h, 2382 High Team Individual: John , 212; Diane Edwards, 41 19 35% 24% 31/ 28v2 29 31 28 32 26/. 33v= 25% 34% 24 36 2141. High Team George Jean Sparks, 565; 42 18 36/2 23% 33!z2 26V2 33% 26V 31 29 23 37 22/2 37 )7: 18 42 1024. High Team Oerl Kerns, 23 12 22 13 22 T3 ' 19 16 17 18 17 18 II 24 9 26 High Team Game: Gone Helgeson, KOFFEE KUP KEGLERS Ms. Fas 37 19 Sleepers 36 20 Alley Cats 28 28 Hep! 26% 29% Farmereltes 26 30 R O,T.C 25 31 Sunflowers 23 33 4 Queshons 21V 34% High Team Totak Alley Cats, 2213. High Team Game: Alley Cats, 768 High Individual: Wanda Helgeson, 543; Jo Rlngley, 208 MERRY MIXERS Goodtimers .h 36 24 Hot Shots 35 25 Hopefuls 35 25 EceH Foods 29% 30% Happy Hookers 28% 31 !2 Scramblers 25V. 34V2 Skin Flints 257 345'2 Rose Bowls 25 35 Hiah Team Total: Excell Foods. 2385 Hiah Team Gnrn Skin Flints, 848. High Individual: Dale Farrington, 630 266; Sharon Willey, 502; Tommle Wright and Beverly Toompson, 195 SCRATCH CLASSIC B&B Distributors 228'/2 171% Cheney Bowl 221 179 The Glasserie 218/2 181 ! Boots insurance 209V2 1905 Gary's Umon 199!'2 200V2 Goofy's 198V2 201 /2 Schlitz 166/2 233T/2 Ramier 158 242 Hgh Team Total: B&B Distributors, 2482. High Team Game: B&B Distributors, 629, High Individual: Larry Johnston, 940(4), 288; Jim Frazier, 707(3); Susan Dyck, 223; Judy Zappane, 779 (4); Vonice Parker, 613(3). Good- coaching Coach Joe Folda, filling in for Jerry Krause, has gotten the Eastern Washington University off to a running start this season. Above, he plans strategy against Southern Oregon early 'last week. photo by Norman Storment Eastern athletes earn honors Fullback Mike Anderson (Tacoma) and quarterback Jim Brittain (Turn- water) shared honors as most valuable players for the 1982 Eastern Washing- ton University football season. Anderson, who won the MVP award outright in 1981, also was named honorary co-captain, sharing that award with free safety Greg Kramer (Snohomish). Right outside linebacker Cornell Myles Monrovia, Calif.) was selected as most inspirational player as coach Dick Zornes announced 53 letter- winners for the 8-2 campaign. Senior Steve Pybus (Summerland, B.C.), a two-time NCAA Division II All-American, has been honored as captain of the 1982 EWU men's cross country team, which won the national championship. Coach Jerry Martin announced that Darryl Genest (Spo- kane) and Greg Meyer (Vancouver) will share the award as most inspi- rational runner. Ha wks bla st Riverside, 71.29 "We are pleased with what has been going on, even though there are a number of things to be refined," said Cheney Coach Denny Humphrey of the team's progress so far this year. The coach said players are starting to "know their roles". If they accept that, they could have a pretty good year," said the coach. Brian Quinnett and Randal Stradling led the scoring attack, each with 16 points, followed by Greg Grogan with 11 and Nathan Netz with seven. Cheney also out-rebounded River- side, with Quinnett pulling down 10 boards. Grogan followed with eight rebounds. Coach Humphrey noted that all of the players received considerable playing to one and all And  -=,m areetings We sena "="-st wishes. and sincere v Anderson, Peretti Zt Co. Certified Public Accountants 1849 1st Cheney boys' basket- an easy win giving the record 28-29 Connell "nals rip Newport 67-47 time and experience i" tbe game Cardinals looked back. Lennie Parham pumped in 25 points a non-league "We came back and played excellent and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Cardi- defense and kept the press going," nals. Tim Gilbreth added 10 points and said his team Olzendam said. seven rebounds, Olzendam said. lead early but He added that his team played more The Cardinals meet Riverside tonight !' three by aggressive ball, too. and then open the Frontier League ii L "The team showed that when they season Jan. 6 against West Valley. md,ter, however, play aggressive and intensive they do Medical Lake 12 13 23 19--67 Itrol and never real well," Olzendam said. Newport 10 12 9 16--47 against Freeman, Newport Medical Lake 6 8 6 7-27 Newport 7 14 10 10-41 Gift Certificates for that coin or stamp collector on your Christmas List ting, the Medi- team dropped Week against al Lake 53-37, l the Cardinal good team,"  ." They had a ,hot and pass the best we've 'Is shot poorly ,..i of their field g reent. ,"Chel]ettedl'pintsfor MedicalPayneLake KbS Enterprises  the field. 1011 I st 235-5738 Cheney, WA .:;!o h you're shoot- : ess you really ''":'" 4',: ;, . .,;,:  ::o . "Wn," Glasgow :':': U , U ',,e"  "::,,. U "r ?,,, ',, 4, ] got into foul |  or three ,IITing the girls first A free press: Your key to freedom. k k of varsity )rlSon for the " rees. llP-las high scorer [.5 16-37 14 13-53 I Available at SPORTS CALENDAR Sponsored by I I I ! I I ! = FREE FRIES = II WITH ANY PURCHASE OF $1.50 OR MORE II I Good till Dec. 31 I I 1204 1St, Cheney Limit 1 percoupon 235-6126 I I I CHS Boys' Basketball Dec. 28-29- Cheney at Connell CHS Girls' Basketball Dec. 28-29- Cheney at Connell CHS Wrestling Dec. 28-Cheney at Timberline, Tumwater, 2 pm EWU Men's Basketball Dec. 28-EWU at Chico Invita- tional Tournament, Chico, CA 3 pm Dec. 2g-EWU at Chico invite. Dec. 30- EWU at Chico invite. [!COME !COrner I 1'%L I Thursday, December 23, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 5 Volleyball team undefeated Cheney Junior High School's seventh and eighth grade volleyball team went undefeated this past season, each with 6-0 records. Seventh grade team members, coached by Carol Thompson, were Joy Brown. Rhonda Geschke, Alison Hedge, Krisina Morgan, Sharron Mindrup, Sandee MeGinnis, Kristine Maake- stad. Jenni Moore, Karlen Sorenson, Jennifer Jesset, Rhonda Shilliam and Julie Throckmorton. Eighth grade members, coached b, Debbie Morrm, were Cnnamon Alnutt. Sue Cook, Louise Franz, Ann Kukucha Sherry Macomber, Dana Massengale, Helen Mindrup, Danieil Rietz, Charleen Strauch, Cathy VanKuren, Stacy Walker and Brenda Newhy. Assistant coach for the teams was Dan Uhlenkott. CHRISTMAS SALES! + Ornaments It Decorations 50% off + m Uve Plants 20% off Selected Gifts b Candy 20% off WHEATHEART HANDMADE GIFTS N 108 College Ave., Cheney -- 235-2440 , Cheney churches Chency Christian Church Cheney Community Church 525 5th St. 3rd D Pine 235-4841 Corner of 5lh  D Sts. SUNDAY Services: Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Bible School 10:00 a.m. Worship Hour 11:00 a.m. Classes for all ages. Evening Bible Hour 7:00 p.m. Morning Worship and WEDNESDAYS Communion 11:00 a,m. Family Night 7:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Youth Claire Richards, Pastor Meeting 6:30 p.m. 235-6825 Choir Practice Sun,, 9:15 a.m. John Myers, Pastor Phone 2358368, 2354148 United Methodist Church of Cheney 4th and G Streets 235-4600 Church School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Nursery Care Provided Gregory K. Jackson, Pastor 2354940 Cheney Church of the Nazarene College Access Road SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Choir Practice 4:45 p.m. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m, (Nursery available for all services) WEDNESDAY Adult Bible Study 7:00 p.m. Teen Bible Study 7:00 p,m. J. C. Pulls, Pastor 235-6621 Terry Cummings, Associate Pastor 2358993 Cheney Assembly of God Meeting at Marshall Campus Center, Fourth t F Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a,m. Evening Service 6:00 p.m. Calt about Mid-Week Service Duane Thomas, Pastor 235-5247 Cheney Seventh.day St. Rose of Lima Catholic Adventist Church Church 1 mile north on Highway 904 Sixth and Annie Place Sabbath School 9:30 am Masses: Saturday Sat. 5:30 p.m. Worship 11:00 aJm Sun. 9:00 8 11:00 a.m. Family Night Wed., 6:30 pro. Holy days (as announced) Pastor Larry Unterseher Confession: Sat. 4:005:00 p,m. 2356000 299-4925 Father John Oosterman 235-6229. 838-8069 Faith Center Foursquare Gospel Church 216 6th Sunday 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Steve Perry, Pastor - 2354402 Emmanuel Lutheran Church 639 Elm St. 235-6300 Sunday School 8:45 a.m. Worship 10:00 a.m, Class for Adults 11:15 a.m. Pastor Philip H. Maakestad Worship for Students 11:30 a.m. Campus Pastor Larry Meyer United Church of Christ 423 N, 6lh 235-4193 Adult Fellowship Monthly Church School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Nursery Care 9:45-12:15 The Rev. Harold Bodle 2354969 St. Paul's Episcopal Church Corner 7th E C St. Holy Eucharist Et Church School 11:00 a.m. (Babysitting provided) Rev. Caryl Marsh 235-6150 Recently, we unveiled the safest of FDIC insurance. 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