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HUSKIES ARE FOURTH Already the most successful this week have been concen- gridiron team in the school's trated on timing and a~tempt~ history, Coach Glenn Weitz' to correct the numerous Othello Huskies will launch mistakes and penalties which their bid for father honors and once again plagued the squad a possible state championship .at Omak. Othello* had el2 when they collide with the penalties c'alled against it for Pullman Greyhounds at 110 yards. " Moses Lake Friday night. "The kids are capable of The Huskies, who reached their goals of a perfect 9-0 season and an u'~adisputed conference championship with a rather uninspirl~d 27-M victory at Omak last Friday, will be hoping to be at top avoiding those penalties i/ they want to," Weitz said. "We had three illegal proce- dure calls a(l[ainst the same player and two majors against another one. We don't i'eally feel we have been ready for form on Friday ,k'rhe lasPtwo games and wil~ be The Class AA quarter-finals concentrating on being ready contest is set for 8 p.m. at this Friday" Lions Field at Moses Lake and Weitz said the Huskies should offer the large contin- should hffve all of their ~potent aerial attack. That will be hoping for the strong group includes Mitch Buck at pass rush they have been fullback, Gary Peterson and getting from senior Dan Rich Bisnett at halfbacks and Edson and junior Mark Mohs Roger Bets and Brad Sol-in the center of the line. brack at ends. Dellinger and sophomore Defense Ready Craig Herbert will be at ends On defense the Huskie staff in the 4-3, with senior Jon Senior Nell Gilbert will be Calahan, Buck and Nield at representing the Othello linebackers. Peterson and Huskies in the state cross junior Brian Stickel will be at country meet in Seattle this the corners with Bisnett and Saturday, after coming Craig Stickel at safety through with a career best in Ragged Contest district action at East Although there was never Wenatchee last weekend. any serious doubt about the Coach Wayne Schutte's outcome of last Friday's entire squad hit top form in game, the Huskies, plagued the district meet held at the by numerous penalties, never Rock Island Golf Course last really were able to break the Saturday, but still could come game wide open against the away with only a fourth place Pioneers finish in the meet. The only solid showing of Gilbert, who qualified for the Othello offense came in state on the basis of his eighth the first quarter as Pecks place individual finish in the directed a solid 70 yard drive district meet, will be making Seven running plays moved his second appearance in the Othelln from their 30 to the state event He qualified as a Omak 28. Pecks then con- hers in the top ten, to get a stron showing from for a state team Swen was second, fourth and Jim Eastmont had the runners in the Doug Pauly Robinson ninth. Other Huskie ....... :~ i freshman Randy Gilbert across the :!i~: 14:49 in 14th place, : ~:!:i: ..... came next and by Scott Bliss, 18 Bruce Blackburn, Andy Nuno, 24th, OFF TO STATE - Senior Brian Blackburn, Neil Gilbert will be repre- Times for senting the Othello Huskie varsity members, member ofa five-man Huskie cross country team in the ran in the race FEARSOME FOURSOME - With their final game following on Halloween last Thursday four McFarland Mustangs took the occasion to don masks and present this frightening looking scene. Behind the masks are Deaa Firestaek, Greg Carter, Mike Freier and Kevin Skogen. opening game of the. seasofi, score, after taking over the and the Huskies with" their league lead with a 47-42 14-7 decision a month, ag0 .... vilory over co-favorite _ OthersGot Wins. i , Wenatchee last Thursday. Ot~er. non-leag@ Othello. The two wins boosted the mcnt of northern ducks into ihe Jlasin, with the weather not being conducive to duck hunting, th, said it will remain sl,,w 9ntil- northern birds ;IrriVe. Goose hunters are still tla~ing reason:lb),(, success eight; Mary Danielson, seven; Shannon Davis, six; and Chris Bos, five. Julie Howard had 16 for Wenatchee. In JV play last Thursday Othello won 20-18 with Becky Bennison connecting for 11 of the Huskies' points. Martin, finished in third place in the Class A standings. The next year the Huskies were briefly ranked No. 1 in the state early in the season, but later dropped from the poll as they finished with a 6-3-1 record in 1968. FILTER SERVICE Baker, Ore., ~aimed the. non-conference game on next Southeasterti Washington .Tuesday, and then return to title wi~h a 42-~i.trouncing of league play by hosting Quincy Waitsburg. i"" ". " ' -'here on Nov. 14. The Eagles' p!ay~ff hopes:" ' ended Tuesd@nightt how- Tuesday's game was a ever, as hey.'w'ere beaten by" : rugged contest with Othello C~ewelah. in a.n inter-jehgue jumping to a 20-10 halftime Class A qualffyi~ag'game: . . lead ~ind then having to hold In Mid:Valley " pin,y,' Top: .'off a late Ephrata charge. The penish, the .tear0.coming I~:phrata team closed the nearest to spoiling the. Hus:~ margin to 29=28 in the closing kies' perfect recqr~l, finished minutes with Othello man- ~ith a 4-5 rebo]'d with '.a 34-7 aging to hold on for the win. victory over Gra'ndview. Mary Danielson led the Selah finished" 5-4 as: it beat Othello Scoring with 12 points i e he0o Radiator and Septic Tank Service is now Located "on South Broadway and Hudson Street. "Turn at Zavalars Place. OTHELLO RADIATOR AND SEPTIC TANK Hudson Street Othello 488-2762 "ii-..'~,~.: ...,M ROCK! COUNTRY! JAZZ! One of the best 8-track Stereo Tape offers we've ever been able to " make! Select from a fine variety of your favorite recording artists, many of the most famous names in entertainment (far too many to list). These spectacular law prices made possible by a special price we've been able to get. Each tape is a great entertainment value, so stock up now at these great low prices. ; 3 41 E. MAI N 488-968b. l/m~l just a game behind at 12 20. Basin Bowl of Quiffcy is sixth at 9t :, 22',.,. Nvxt action is set for Nov. 17 in Quincy. at 19-13.~King Pin Lanes is t,mrth af"1319, with Othello ()1 Elh,nsburg tied for second of the season opens On h,ading l,ake Bowl of Moses Saturday, Nov. 16. Chukar, I,akc and split 2-2 with King hun and quail seasonsrun t'in 1,anes of Wenatchee. s l,'aight through the falll,ake Bowl has a 23%-8% without a break. ~" record in first place in the (ialbreath also noted there league with Ephrata Bowling is still no noticeable move- Center and Rodeo City Lanes gent of local fans expected to regular starters ready for netted with Peterson on ateam two years ago as a state meet this Saturday at Forbes, 15:54; sophomore, Lind finished in Evergreen High School. attend a good cdntest .bet- action in the playoff ga~he. scoring passplay, only tohave 16:44; Olle Hol ween a pair of-well-matched Junior R~b Johnson is no'w "Friday's, state Class AA . Officials reported that the an illegal procedure callll0th spot in the meet Paul Logan, 17:5 teams " fully 'ecovered and will be quarter-finals 15layoff" game games will probably be phlved nullify the score The Huskies The state meet will a~ain be Saturday on the basis of their D()nahoo, 18:04; Da held at Evergreen High. district victory. 18:17;and Shaw~ The Greyhounds, champ- ready for work in the line. be~een the HusMes' and on Saturday with Yakima came'right back from the 33 School in Seattle with theEphrata ph[ced 'three run- 18:49. ions of the Frontier league are Sop-homer( Craig Stickel snf- Pullman'will be one of four seonas a likely spot for the on the next play with Pecks No 4 in the state The lose fered a (:racked arm at"Omak, scheduled around.the ~state "eastern" semi4inal, passing to Beus. class AA division set for a loss on Pullman's record c*ame but has been given the green ~at" t;vening. . Tickets for F'riday's ganle Th(' second Huskie score 10:31) start. early last month by 30~6"to light to go ~t his safety spot" The winner of the localare available at the Othello came on a 57-yard off-tackh, BeoSt. Ever. Lewiston, a AAA pewter in with a split on the ai'm~ game will advance' to next High School office this week burst bv Bisne'tt as he broke ~)ill , tp sltt~ iIs14:39 team Idaho Potent Offense Week's semi-finals contest with prices set for $250 for througl~ the line and then Ii ,~ ~. , ; turd; y L. he took squad rather closely re .~+m- The Huskie agains.t the winner .of a adults Lind $1.50 for students, out-ran Pioneer defenders to nearly a minute off his time on bles the Huskies in that ~e include the p'~rsonn.el .wh(r contest bet.ween Sunnyside Phlns for a reserced section the goalline, the 2.7-mile course in last Greyhounds don't have g;eat ha~:e been ~eslq,on~ible. for 19=0) and S.umne~: (8-1) being were dropped since there is Bisnett's kick made it 13-0, year's district. size, but depend more, onaveraging nearly four tou~h- -~)layed. at.Yakima. no reserved facilities at the but Omak came back to cut Schutte noted that caliber quickness and a strong pas- downs per -game. d~ring .the . Games in the other end of. Moses I,ake field the margin to one touchdown of the meet was up consider- sing attack for their success, re.u 'lr season " . .the'"bv'lckat" ~i "p ay Lake g , . . ..... " ..... .-, at halftinle. A 33-yard pass ably this year. Othello's Alan , OIlS otflllls urged fans to Hound Surprises? JuRor Dan Brow.n will beat Steven:s (4-5) vs. C~rtis (8-t) ~' ' ' -~ play gave the Pioneers' the Moulton, No. 2 man on the It F(~ltr:l "W ~ and Shel purcn'tse uckets locally to Numerous (ttresti;)ns loom center with jtmior "AI De'l- : ' ' ; L y. ton .-,'? " .' , ball ,,n the tluskie six after a tluskie team this season, had .,..,,, ,-, . n ...... avol(l navlng to stann in ine ed for Coach Weitz about the linger 'md sophomore Dennis (c-,.t vs r, ast r~remerton to-6~ ....... " mixup in the Othello defen- a big improvement over the ' " " " " tt Brt m r~on r rlmlV nlgnt bates open at 7 Greyhounds as he prepared I)eLoachat guards. Sbqior; ' ,- t' .' .... ., " .' " sire secondary, andOmak time which qualified him for '~ " " "P'iirl s "' ; p.m. wltn seating for 2,800 state hlst year, but it wasn't his squad fo/;its phlyoff debut Capth~ Roger" .Nletd and , ng. ,lad- locations for -ro~id(d ............ then took it in from there :" s ' ~ ' . - p ' . utneno Will ne tne good enough to earn him a this week..I)espite "the fact jan nr Andy Lampe will be at -tne :eml:nnal games won t ne ..... Two More Scores " nora team ann will take the return trip. Moulton's 15:07 that the ttuskies have scoutt~t tackles.. .. com))leted.until.. ., ~ this. Weekend, s...... or' OODOSlte Irom the ressAlthough Huskie reserves was good for 9th place and a Pullman in its last two games, Junior'Kenny. Pecks will be ~ alter.b~( n (tttat't( r~ii" mUrn(d, teams nave Rex' OlllClalS~'.... noteo P had seen some action in the state berth last year, but he the Othello staff still isn't sure at quarterbzu'k,.wor~ing with " ' : ' " ' first half, the starters came what to (,xix,ct. the group of.senioL~in :the '~-_---_---_-----_-_------ back in during the seeond half, ran the course in 15th place. "We are sure t'ullman will . " , " ' .... --" ....... Omak won the meet with 32 beready with .~ome stuff they IIi~I- l~ll~l II~ ~~ l, --' .... and promptly got a score. SPIN TABLE , Peterson picked up big points, Ephratg was second with 44, followed by Eastmont haven't, sho,,vn in recerlt t|IlliI__ .in l/ L aau __-~ gainers of 11 and 22 yards in with 61 and the Huskies with ~anws," Weitz reported. .. .--'- --:.'-'--:'--.. --'---- -- ~ ~ the drive with senior Kevin 75. Quincy finished far back "They haven't really thrown l~I ,~11~ . i I I 1 Stickel then taking the ball in m ,.ht,,th,,ir fire, end Adonis IItll _" .1 1 1 II Rlll lrl l on three straight plays from' and didn't have a full team in recent ganles, ttc is an llll[ - ..,q~, .~ .IW~ I~ N l~'~l~[l~) the Omak 22. entered in the meet. Truck, Tractor, Swather and Combine Dry Air utst nd ng Ith ~ t( lnd ~'( " ,~ ' ; . * ' ,/ _ ' -The J n . cm'tain; NORTH cENTRAL WASHINGTON AA CONFERENCE The final Huskie touchdown Full Pioneer Team be recycled and rechecked by an efficient, newly %%oi1(1(I" II thiy ,Ir(nl si~ ng ., ' '. ' " ' (t.wn last ]@Jd'lv night on - League Games AllGames conic on a~ 80-yard screen Omak's Steve Josten won process for approximately one.fourth the original c h"~','"':~u~'so n,,t,d that th( f,.,lbalt play ifi'thi: 'N0rth . " . W[, Pf Pa W L T Pf Pa pass fromPecka toPeterson, the meet with a l4:17 clocking and then got third and sixth * Cleaning and rinse flow is from ~nside to .' i ' i ' ' .~ ('cntral WashinKton AA Con: OTiZEI,LO - " " 4 0 110 27 9 0 0 235 80 ~ith the ~ttuskie scatback phlce finishes from Mike and qu r(eroac~t Sl)~ :ppears to1~ n~ w t h t~t ()'~ ..... " ............... nlaking a great run. After Tom Schweikert, and a 10th ........ , ' ..... . ' t n('z.~o r~pnrata o z oo v~ t ~ o ~1 ~o ~r Process makes holes and rips readily apparent. I)1 t ( U( Stlon In( t~rc~ lluska ~ html~ (n r from Jim Holt. The Pioneers will have a full team entered ~t Process checks for air flow through paper. The Pioneers' final touch- Huskies 2nd . Spinnlngoffiherdurlngcleaning"throws"dictofft For Highest , No charge for defects, serves. o, o,,o Om,k Finish Ever itiiiii!il!i!111!iii!i!iiii!!]il ~~iiiili ~i!!ii~~i'= ~ii ~i Rushing 285 87 Filter Rent Has Cleaned ar Passing 154 133 The highest finish ever for a ' Huskie football team in state ' Inspected Over 2,O00,000 Fil First downs 1110 polls was recorded this week Passes 6-10-1 10-26-0 Fumbles lost 1 0 by Coach Glenn Weitz' un- season ,or tne zlgers The ach nee a m ~ Leave Filtersi ple a] ~' ', ~; ," . ', ,,' '- '' "" ' ' ten('hvd n Ouin@ 2 2 38 86 4 5 0 115 157 Bisnctt's third PAT of the noun(Is t~o j signal-ca er Ih~ I'i~ sm' " : " " - " : - night had made it 27-6, Weitz ,.' .... r" . .'~ ,. . " ' "(,! I. . " "Etlstmbnt.':,-. 1 3 28 70 , 3 5 1 77 147 son ol wSt, athhqrc nlrector ~, " " : 0mak " - '" - 0 4 33 87 3 6 0 131 164 went tohis bench throughthe Bay Nagel, was injured early Thd Iluskjes~us(qk their," ." .. . " '." :. . final ~luarter. , m lh( st ison but isnow ' ';, , ." "7 11 ~ictor~ o~cr ()mak to Fi'iday.,:.wh~e the other league Hanford, another Huskie" op- physically ready, ltg was chmn sole possession of what -team.. Eastmont, was gettifig portentwith a 2-7 record, by a down came with 1:30 remain- impressive in the second half ~ ill prol~ablv be. the final one of its best effo~:ts of the 12-8 score ing against theHuskie re- against C.heney last Frid!ly f,.~tball rich, giw,ni_2n .the year in a '21-6 decision over The Royal Knights, show- lntl 'o11|(| [31 r( " (|V 0 "" (.( the" h ~ u( ~ s V ' " -- ' ' . ' ', -' . E0. talley of Spokane. mg good lateseason im- ~t Total yards 439 220 some g'lm(s this'se'ason T gers who finished ~.econd a v v u~ki~ a~d . Penalties 12/1106/40beaten squad. ........ . . . entr,b~ tile..H .......... . .... TimingWorrv ~anwbehlndtheHuskleswlth Okanogan " A o I . Take Lead The Huskiesheldontotheir Weit z said thlskic iwacti,'es , :~ r ,'e('ord. Top Offense'" . " Iwlrl ! nela rc second place ranking behind --. -- -- " ,, -- " ThetIuskies'--otenl;offense VIII"------~1" Sunnyside in the final regular Othello "m-'-mel I~|~ ~KA~D~ r, phrata closed Its season . v . . " ~ season poll. The unbeaten I~|~ ~)~ o ~ith a non-league 27-0'prpsedthemst Pjnt~in "l..O.I I Vic~ries Mid-Valley champs had 85 q-- II II P "I " vi?tory over Quincy. last both league and s~ason pla~, l n IJ votes in first place with 10 of I~l IHI~II~ II*l~J~l~" wltn ~u ann z~a, res-. I.~i~. ~l~ i~i II~II a.ii~l~ ~l~l~l~t[ T~nIl~ pectively. HoweVer, E'l~hrata. . . . ~, the 11 first place votes. The Huskies followed with Two week service from Othello. The ..... firstna|l Ol~ In(,""~ - II ~wIIIVII ~ I~IIIl had~he .best defensive, marl~; . Othe]lo's. girls' basketball as Joanna Norton added nine 70 points in second plaee, is th( Tigers gave up just 14 m ea I)hea'~ant season end(,~t Sun- el.__ -_ ~,L :" . ~ .... , te'a stayed unb ten, but and pulled down 24 rebounds, while Curtis (8-1) was third day ~ith light pressure Game 311p$ Tg lrn pol.nts,an.lea.gue pray ano only . had'to scramble to claim wins Other scoring included Chris with 51 votes and one first ,. " .... , ~. ...... .~ 2~ in tnelr nlne season games ovei~ a "air of conference Bos and Heather McDonaldplace ranking. Following were or observe Renu process by IH'p~ll'llllelll I)IOIO~IN[ l)onalo t:W ~ .~ , . "' . : .. F' , rrloay sshutoutagainst o orients urln S (;'dbr('lth r(,)orted ths ()~hvlh, lh~w s pt)edto*i'ifth ~ . . pP " d ' g the past with six each. Jill Palmquist Sumner (8-1), 50; Pullman bringing filters to 1220 R Atlantic, S ' " -'- " ' ~,,()t ;n ll~c Women's mr-wl 14uincv was the sevenO of the week -i -. " : led Ephrata with 11. (8-1), 45; East Bremerton weeK I el . ~ o ~ " ~ ~ m ,,.,, ." " . Ite sai