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3 , , -- l ~-~'~ OUTERLIMITS BUSINESSMEN LEAGUE BALL AND CHAIN LEAGUE and J. Widman, 520; high in~ Final First Half 1-10-74 W L 1-11-74 W L game, C. Burns, 237 andJ. W~ Page 14 - THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK # FullCircle2 4 O PinBenders 10 2 202; bowler of the week, I~ .,s,.,o, ms.,. J,NUA,Y ,,, .. STRIKES N i l I ! S w P CentralLife 41 27 OKTire 3 1 Odd Couples 9 3 Widman, 646 and Linda Bran~ Eddies Tavern 41 27 SunRoyal 3 1 WildBunch 8 4 Kelleys 40 28 FulICircle I 3 1 MaandPa 6 6 M~sta~!~] Pp Warde ~ V.F.W. 36 32 KelleysGrocery 13 M&M's 57 Pharmacy Cabana Motel 351/z 351/zHammers 1 3 Tumbleweeds 4 8 1 . :. . .,SargentsMFG 28 40 Simplot 1 3 Avengers 3 9 by Billhlbmnn m m ---- mi -- EARLY BIRD LEAGUE Nielsen, 648. Akins 23 45 YargersMarket 0 4 Outlaws 3 9 1-7-74 W L High-lights: LaVerne Hollenbeck, High team series, Sargents, 2908; high team game, 0 K Tire, 1067; high 2474; high team game, Odd Couples, Attar r'J mJ II /nccac FreddiesRestaurant 40 5-10; Betty Miller, 3-10; Audrey NewHolland 211/2 461/z High team series, OKTire, 3026; High teamseries, Odd Couples, QUESTION: Why doesi l-t11 I V11 ~1 1111111 1111 mmlp'4WmWV4OW " v " Struthers 4-6-7-10. high teamgame, Kelleys, 1030; high individual series, Al Brixey, 594; 885; high individual series, Dave doctor often give me BasmExca atlon 3 1 ************* individual series, Larry Widman, high individual game, Ross Brown, Howard, 551 and Kathy Black. 522; than one prescription w~ McFarland Mustang bas- completely controlled the Othe!!oIronWorks 3 1 EAGLES MIXED LEAGUE 576; high individual game, Jerry 220; bowler of the week, Ross high individualgame, Bill Black 212 go to him? u~ne.o ~OWl ~ J and Kathy Black, 210; bowler of the ketball teams got back on the backboards and also made HostetterFord " 1 3 1-7-74 W L Prior, 216; bowler of the week, Jerry Brown, 671. winning track at Warden good use of the press as itEmpireSeed 1 3 TheE!bow Benders 4 0 Prior, 645. ************* week, Dave Howard, 674 and Kathy ANSWER: Your doctor! Tuesday night after being jumped to an early 14-2 lead ModelLaundry 1 3 ln,,e~t!nzers ~ . ************* MERCHANTS LEAGUE Black, 669.************* diagnosticany one Orreasonsall of foUrfor ~ stunned by a pair of Connell and dominated the game. La~iP~JteeWemlerSries Basin E:cov4 T~e~Hr~Sfuls ~ ~ 1974 MIDWEEKLEAGUEw L 1-16-74 W L EARLY BIRD MIXERS LEAGUE scribing the drugs he teams on last Thursday. Randy Roylance was the top tion ~J47."highteam'game Freddies Hit&Miss 2 2 EarrsA&W 7 1 PeckaRealty 11 1 1-11-74 W L Eagles 8 4 Rocky Rollers 10 2 use of for your better h Coach Ran Hardt's eighth Mustang scorer with six, and Restaurant' 1051; high individual TheGassers 1 3 Sprouseaeitz 5 3 RecHall 7 5 TheDemons 8 4 These four are graders were stopped 31-27 by Kevin Skogen, Gordon Killian series. Marge Nielsen, 558; high ~pu~l~s ~ ~ JohnnyErniesAmericanMercerREalty 45 43MersBradwayLumberplumbing 56 76ohGetyUpGoh 66 66 (1) to cure di- mmmm--~ Connell on Thursday, butthen and Barry Adams had four ~n3~lVl~Ua~legao~e'th~largekN~rene "'-I~/ig~'team series. The l~lbow PotterDrug 4 4 EmpireSeed 5 7 FourofaKind 6 6 Erase, (2) to bounced back with B squad each. ' ' ~ Benders, 2383; high team game, The Jack's Bargain Barn 3 5 SprouseReitz 5 7 Hitand Miss 5 7 prevent the de- layers rolling over Warden At Warden the Mustangs WinnAr~ NImmB~ Elbow Benders, 856; high individual AkinsFoodCenter 3 5 ErniesAmoco 1 11 TheFourJ's 5 7 velopment of P - h ............ v~ amp Bonnie Floyd 190 and AIFarwestFoods 1 7 High team series, Rec Hall, 3097; TheHaHa's 2 10 32-19 on Tuesday. .... The games controlled the game all of t e . rmya,~' ~" i~; ........ mgn lnuwmuaL" .... series, High team series, Sprouse Reitz, high team game, Eagles, 1074; high High team series, The Demons , disease, (3) to left the e~ghth graders wsth a way wsth 15 players gettmg Verl McC.abe and Jessm Marge Nielsen, 540 and Al Floyd, 2974; high team game, Sprouse individual series, Tim Pegram, 646; 2397; high team game, The Demons, increase or de- ~ 4-2 season record, into action. Roylanceled again Bauman claimed December 539; bowlers of the week, Mar~e Reitz, 1013; high individual series, high individual game, Tim Pegram, 845; high individual series, Jim crease aphysi- ~ Against Connell the Mus- with 13 and Skogen had 12. bowler of the month honors in Nielsen, 648 and Bernard Brandt, Ruth Zumwalt, 541; high individual 227; bowler of the week, Tim Harper, 577 and Chris Page, 475; cologic func- [~:~ game, Ruth Zumwalt, 214; bowler of Pegram, 739. high individual game, Richard tangs trailed 20-6 at the half as The Mustang teams have aroll-offs completed last week- 627. ************* the week, Debbie Moon, 653. ************* Johnson, 207 and Chris Page and tion of thebody ~ they faced a tough press the busy week in store for them. end at Othello Bowl. TOWN ANDCOUNTRYLEAGUE ......... **** HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE Dee Rose, 175; bowlers of the week, in order to ~::~ entire game. They managed to They will host Connell tonight, McCabe breezed to the 1-8-74 w L 1 9 74 COFFEE LEAGUE WL L10-74 W L Jim Bauman, 640 andMariealleviate pain t~ ~ ?~ close the margin to four points send B squads against Mat- men's title as he rolled a 1,310 Guenther-Lee 4 0 HoiyRollers 4 O Hellfighters 4 0 ************* with a late rush, but still tawa on Friday and then be at total to far out-distance James LampeJewelers 3 1 Alley Burners 4 0 Johnson, 616. or undesirable i , . . . rarwestrooos ~ , RoyalChicks 3 1 Crazy Ladies 3 1 SUNDAYMIXEDLEAGUE symptoms, and (4) t~ couldn t get the wm. Ricky Frontier next Tuesday. Beard m second with 1,245. Lucky Lager 3 1 Three Stooges 3 1 Hot Strikes 2 2 1-13-74 W L restore the body to its n~ Zavaleta led the scoring with Mark Fraley was third at CimarronMotel 1 3 Underdogs 3 1 Bowlerros 2 2 TPTP 10 2 power of function. six points, with Armando ~'rlfll4~h J~}/'llll 1,234. M:L_eiannS2ardware ~ 3 Misfits 1 3 Hit&Mrs. 1 3 Scroops 9 3 Pin Pals 1 3 Tumbleweeds 0 4 TheNightowls 8 4 Othello Rexall Drug is al~ ,~ ... e. - .. v,~-- --~-- T-- "he wom~n's ..... "'*'~n tJomez getl;lng IlVe ana umar ~, t, ,e t:ulll]/~t, lt, lu Brunswick Tavern 0 4 Hot Mama's 1 3 Sandba~r~zers 0 4 2Plus2 7 5 your friendly place Medina four. ID~ ][lr~,.]l~-'L Mrs. Bauman had almost as High team series. Guenther-Lee. TryingTrio 0 4 On Tuesday the Mustang Bs J-~o& Intl a,o~ wide a marginas her 1.309 was 3008; high team game. Guenther- High team series. Holy Rollers, High team series. Alley Burners. The Miracles . 7 5 ' Your Health Is Our Busi~ broke the game open with a ......... well ahead of Pam Page with a Lee, zl:5~ahighh~nd~v~dualdse~lesi 1535; high team game, Royal Chicks, 2293;Burners,high778; highteamindividualgame' series,Alley BThe& BACCidents 23109So don t hesitate to dr; 581; highindividualseries, Charlotte Judy Kliphardt, 514; high individual You'uns 2 10 here at 724 Main. ...... ~ne utneno rresnmen cam-" "~" in second T"n" hin a ' ; strong Iourtn quarter m ..~...~..~.~.....,~a +~.~ v:..... ~,zoa . r] ~s g game Ran Zumwalt 231- bowler of Robinson, 493; high individual game, game, Judy Kliphardt, 188; bowler High team series, 2 Plus 2, 2458; always glad to see and beating Warden Peter Chief- ~..~'~ ?"':"_'?~,~ ~.'.'Y ~'Y:~'" close third was Bonnie Floyd the week Ran Zum'walt' 640.Charlotte Robinson, 193; bowler of of the week, Frances Whiteley, 649. - high team game, B & B, 861; high the week, Trudy Kilts, 576. child led the scoring with 10, ~enton oumor varsity as they with 1 260 '************~; ************* individual series, L. Widman, 616 service to you. Mark Egbert had nine and Stan Buck seven. Coach Cecil Johnson's seventh graders, who are now 5-1, were manhandled 51-20 by Connell in their first loss of the season, but roared back to beat Warden 36-22. The bigger Connell team Jamboree Set For Saturday Lots of young basketball players will be in action here this Saturday when the annual Scootney Springs Jamboree is held. School officials announced that teams from Royal, Mattawa and Colfax will be joining Scootney teams in the action which will run through the morning. The fifth grade tournament will be held at McFarland Junior High with the sixth grade teams competing at the Othello High School. Hot dogs will be served the players for lunch at Scootney rolled to a 55-35 victory last Thursday in their only action of the past week. Coach Jay Kosik's charges jumped to a 17-0 lead in the first quarter of the game and then coasted home from there with reserves seeing lots of action. The Fresh hit a strong 39 per cent from the floor with Jurgen Webb leading the way with 23 points and 11 rebounds. Other scoring in- cluded Brad Adams, 15; David Huff, six; Alan Sandar, three; Mike Schoel and Jeff Fegert, both two; and Allen Nield and Frank Erickson, both one. The Fresh also dominated the backboards with a 35-17 rebound edge. The squad, which now has a 6-4 season record, will face the Eastmont Sophomores in a game set for 6:30 p.m. this Friday at the McFarland gym- nasium. Springs at 12:30 p.m. with an awards session to follow. Principal Jack Clark said cer- tificates will be presented to All the wild action and all participants, with special laughs provided by donkey awards for winning team basketball will be offered members, during a game scheduled here on Jan. 29. Othello High School officials announced this week they will AMERICAN Hanks & 565 E. MAIN 488-7602 We Can Fill Your Insurance Requirements Imumm'. Omm.o i 630 E. Main 488-2649 488-3348 *Complete In Store Baking *P oduce & Meat with the Freshness You Want. Akins Food Center In his first year ~of varsity competition, this 6-1 senior is a top reserve on Coach Daryl Preunin-" ger's squad. A strong rebounder, Skogley has come off the bench several times this season to give the Huskies key help in close games. He was a regular last season on the junior varsity. By Chief be sponsoring the game with 425 E. Main 488-2212 all proceeds to be used for school activities. ~ This Week' Featured will be Bob CraBby s Donkey Basketball, which was a big hit in an The Othello Frosh-McFar- appearance here two years land Mustang wrestlers locked ago. up in another close battle with Teams competing in the Moses Lake opponents, but action will be the Men's again came away losers as Faculty, Women's Faculty, they were stopped 34-28 by Letterman's Club and a city Chief Moses here Tuesday team still to be named. night. The game is set for 7:30 p.m. Coach Wayne Schutte's at the High School gym with wrestlers split matches with advance ticket sales now the Braves at eight apiece, but underway by the Lettermen's lost as the opponents gained Club. Advance tickets will sell two more pins than the for $1 with $1.50 the price at Fresh-Mustangs. the door. John Bliss scored the lone For information persons pin for Othello with Craig should contact Gil Johnson or Herbert adding a superior decision. Decisions came from Randy Britt, Monty Jones, Bob Harem, Andy Nuno, Rich Martinez and Armando Cer- rilio. In junior varsity action the two teams battled to a 17-17 tie. ~Rusty Weed had a pin there with Randy Hafer, Ruben Martinez, Kerry Beus and Murray Burden getting decisions. Joe Mendez had a draw. Chief Moses also took the exhibition action 34-21. Fresh- Mustang points came from a pin by Mike Williams; deci- sions by Shawn Logan, Robert Miller and Robert Silva; and draws by Robert Taylor and Rene Salas. The Fresh-Mustangs will see their next action on next Tuesday, Jan. 22, when they go to Moses L~ke to meet the Frontier Warriors, who beat them by four points earlier this season. Area Players Area players claimed honors in chess play in the Ephrata tournament last Sa- turday won by Teddy Garout- te of Beverly. Garoutte had a perfect 4-0 record in the four-round Swiss, with Carol Miller and Nate Bridges, both of Othello, in a three-way tie for third with identical 3-1 marks. Bridges was alE0 first in unrated play and named the best high school player in the event which attracted 26 entries. Local entries are also expected for the Tri-City Winter Open scheduled for this Saturday, Jan. 19, at the Pasco PUD. Registration will be from 8:30 to 9 a.m. Daryl Preuninger at the High School. *Meet Tonight, Meyer Motel and Muscott No. 1 - the two league leaders - will collide tonight in the feature game in Othello Community Women's Volley- ball play. The two teams, who both have 7-0 records will meet at 8 p.m. in play at McFarland Junior High. Other games will find the Independents meeting the Hospital and Clair's Drive In going against Physical Fitness at 7 p.m. The Misfits will play the Volley Dollies at 7:30 with Edsons playing third place Rec Hall in the other 8 p.m. game. In action last week Meyer Motel and Muscott No. 1 both got forfeits over Clair's Drive In and " Eds0ns. Physical Fitness also had a forfeit over the Volley Dollies, Misfits beat the Hospital 3-1 and Rec Hall had a 3-0 win over the Inde- pendents. Current league standings follows: W L Meyer Motel 7 0 Muscott No. 1 7 0 Rec Hall 6 1 Physical Fitness 4 3 Independents 3 4 Edsons 2 4 Misfits 1 4 Clair's Drive In 0 6 Hospital 0 7 Volley Dollies 0 7 ~ -- =------__--__--__--__--__--__--_: More Sports. On Page 12 -- ~__~--_~_~_~_--_~_--_~_~_=_ . Friday, Jan. 18 , |1 Eastmont, here SERVING THE COLUMBIA BASIN Everything to ............................................... :'" Fix Your Car 13 N. BROADWAY HU 8-3378 BANK i .We Cover the Basin {:hock Booth & Sons Charlie & Frank thello Branch" irrigation Electrical Supplies & Service FARMERS ELECTRIC 160 E. Hemlock' EWELRY ,l II Electric Heat Is For Everyi Call: 2686 THE WASHINGTOH POWER CO. TOSHIBA 1974 COLOR T.V. *Briteron Tube *integrated Circuit *UHF Detent Tuning Ouad 8 Track Entertainment Music Systems 100% Financing" ~. CHRIS wELL'S 441 S. lOth Othello 488-2730 Complete Agricultural Aviation 124 S. Ist 488-2921 ONE STOP SHOPPING l *Drygoods " *Meat *Frozen Food Dining - Dancing & Cocktails Banquet Rooms Cantonese. & American Food 67 So. isf 488-: This senior is having a top season for the Huskies at the 168-pound position. In his second year as a varsity regular, Mendez gave away 25 pounds most of last season as he filled the 190-pound spot for the Huskies most of the campaign. This year he has been able to move down two weights and has shown big ~mprovement in posting a winning record to date. F TAYLOR ROAD ACROSS FROM LABOR CAMP ~L | "1-400 On ,Your Radio Friday, Jan. 18 At Eastmont Saturday, Jan. 19 Connell, here" Tuesday, Jan. 22 At Hanford Serving the Mid-Columbia Basin'i United Indusbial Pk. I 488-3343 The CimarrOn' Motel & RestaUrant For All Ym r Fall Adivities Mak the Cimarron Your Hegdquarters'" 1;450 E' Main, "flU 1'963"6: ' OLO NATION.ALl 'Old National Bank of Wiih-ingto Othello Branch