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TOUGH SCHEDULE Othello's girls' basketball team will have its district hopes squarely 'on the line here during the next week as it goes after victories against its two major challengers. The Huskie girls, who ran their season record to 8-0 with wins over Quincy and East- mont during the past week, will host Wenatchee here tonight and then take on tough Ephrata next Monday. The girls also have a game at Moses Lake on Tuesday of last week. Coach Janice Capps ack- nowleges that the Wenatchee and Ephrata games will be key contests in placing the Huskies in district play in December. The top three league teams will enter the district with the champion having a decided edge. Wenatchee was rated as the c~favorite with Othello, and the Huskies handled them earlier this month in a meeting there. However, Ephrata gave Othello a real scare just two nights later. In action Tuesday night Othello breezed past East- mont 51-29 as the girls took a 25-9 halftime lead and breezed home from there. Shannon Davis led the way Marge Nielsen, who es- were paid with 53 entries. tablished new alley records in Team honors went to the the first weekend of action, Pinsplitters team with 3,019. walked off with top honors as Team members were Sue the Othello Women's City Bunch, Donna Hilmes, Gall Bowling Tournament came to Ramsey, Barb Hartwig and a close here Sunday. Neva Barger. Others placing Mrs. Nielson's 747 total were Freddie's, 3,012; Soil held up for first place in the and Crop, 3,008; and Ervin singles as she also won the all Lumber, 2,981. A total of 19 events and combined with teams were entered with four Laverne Hollenbeck for places paid. second place in the doubles. High game per alley win- Following Mrs. Nielsen in ners were 1-2, Donna Rex|us, the singles, which had 74 211 scratch, and Sadie Cyr, entries and paid 15 places 243 handicap; 3-4, Mrs. were Betty Allred, 722; Jan Nielsen, 246 scratch, and Mrs. Widman, 672; and Sharon Allred, 268 handicap; 5-6, Eckert, 671. Bonnie Floyd, 223 scratch, Marge Stuckel and Sally and Sally Koehler, 259"handi- Koehler with 1279 won the cap; and7-8, Jan Widman, 221 doubles, which had 38 entries scratch, and Rocky Hammer, and paid seven places. The 245 handicap. Hollenbeck-Nielsen entry had Association officials re- 1,267, and Eileen and Edie ported increased participation Lawrence were third with in every event over the 1973 with 13 points and 16 rebounds. Other scoring in- cluded 10 each by Chris Bos and Carl Yenney; Mary Danielson, 8; Heather Mc- Donald, 6; and Joanna Nor- ton, 4. Last Thursday it was 61-51 over Quincy as the Othello girls built up a 42-22 lead at halftime and then coasted home. Joanna Norton had a great game with 25 points and 17 rebounds. Other scoring was Chris Bus, 11; Mary Danielson, 10; Heather Mc- Donald, 8; Shannon Davis, 5; and Carol Yenney, 4. The JVs won 23-17 against Quincy with Kim Klitzke getting 7 points; Debbie Hilmes 6 and Becky Be~nison 5. They were beaten 16-14 Tuesday as Eastmont hit the winning basket with two seconds remaining. Becky Bennison, Liz Bustamante and Kim Klitzke had four points each. The Othello Huskie wrest- lers were scheduled for their first full-scale drill of the season on Wednesday of this week with the last of the HUSKIES INTRODUCED - Members of the Othello Huskie football squad line up across the artificial turf as they are introduced at the opening of last Friday's semi-final state contest at Federal Way. THEY'LL BE MISSED - Special awards were presented Monday night to the senior starters on this year's I0-I team. From left are Roger Nield,'Johnny Capps, Dan Edson, Gary Peterson, Mitch Buck, Kevin Stickel, Jon Calahon, Brad Solbrack and Roger Beus. football players expected to join the squad. New head coach Wayne Schutte, who faces the task of defending a state champion- ship and repeating a perfect dual meet season, reported that about 30 team members are expected "We have the toughest dual meet schedule in the history of the school with teams like Moses Lake, Kennewick, Pas- Mendez and been showing well State veteran who was second in i sophomore and year, will be up veteran senior: 129 along with Mendez. Seniors Brad Steve Niblett, and Alan able of making co, Connell, West Valley of in the state will Yakima and Cheney, and Junior Mark Mohs i realistically know another to start at 141, with perfect dual meet season would be tough," the coach reported. "However, if things work out right and we get the help we expect from sopho- mores, we could have a shot at repeating as state champions. One o the biggest "prob- lems" facing the Huskies could be their depth at some of the weights and their ina- bility to get some outstanding wrestlers into the lineup. The Huskies have numerous top wrestlers at the 135, 158 and 168 pound divisions. Sophs In Picture Schutte reported the Hus- kies will be depending on young wrestlers at the lighter weights. In the running at 101 are sophomores Justin Hafer, Robert Miller and Stan McLean, with sophomore Andy Nuno at 108. Rudy Mendez and Juan Medina, both juniors are at 115, along with sophomore Dale Fought. Schutte reported that Nuno, | | MODEL CLEANERS and | 1,251. tournament, and expressed ~." "4~, *Complete food and beverage line _..i COIN-OP LAUNDRY | : Mrs. Nielse s 1,663 won all appreciation to merchants Electric tIeat | i | F.v,.u-,'l hing i,, events scratch, with Mrs. who donated services and Eckert taking handicap products. Professional cleaners, laundry and| honors with 1,924. Four places " ~~: Is For Everybody * {Den year around ....... - shift service | II"ix Your I 'at , , * ** Always ready for call in orders i * I hour service available OTHELLO AUTO PARTS 'N Ca,,: 2686CLA "b---IR'- DRIVE-IN |" co,, operated Mavlag laundry rRIKESL THE WASHINGTON i self-service 13 N. Broadway " .. . WATER POWER CO. 1149 E Main 488-3378 EA YaIRDLEAGUE PinPais 26 18 1224 E. Main 488-3742 Next to Yargers 4,8,8-2792 11/11/74 W L Hot Rollers 26 18 Othello Iron Works 28 16 Misfits 24 20 Empire Seed 201/1 17'h Alley Cats 22 22 Hostetter Ford 24 20 Strangers 20 24 231h 20V1 RoyalChicks 19 25 2222 High Rollers 13 31 211/z 221/z Cats, 1786; high team game, Misfits, 16"- o~.. High team series, Hot Rollers: Alley 631; high indwidual series, Marsha Freddies Basin Excavation Othello Bowl Lampes Jewelry Othello Fabrics High team series, Basin Excavation. Holmes. 488; high individual game, 2997; high team same, Othello Bowl, Marsha Holmes, 180; bowler or the 1020; high indivtdual series, Zonda week, Fran Smith, 627. Lewis, M3;high individual game, ************ Lou Prickett, 213;bowler of the BUSINESSMEN LEAGUE week, Zonda Lewis, 675. 11/14/74 W L ************ Hammer'sMoble Homes 31V~ 121h OUT'PER LIMITS LEAGUE Sun Royal 27 17 11/12/74 W L Full Circle #1 26 18 OLD NATIONAL 01d National Bank olWashington Othello Brunch A& Root Beer of Otlmllo 4th!& ~edar Streets 488-2|51 Maytag Appliances Washers .Dqers.Dishwashers We Cover the Basin Chuck Booth & Sons Charlie & Frank Elech'kd Conh'ocfing Wes o Furnaces and Air Condilioning Canlrel Vacuum Systems FARMER'S ELECTRIC Thursda von , Nov. 21, Wenatchee, here Tuesday, Nov. 26, at Moses Lake I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Back in her fourth season on the squad, this | 5-6 season has been a consistent performer | for the Huskies She is especially valuable as | a utility player and has seen action at all | positions this season. This 5-4 sophomore played on the junior New Holland 29 19 Ok Tire 24 20 Central Life 281/i 191/1 Full Circle #2 22 22 Eddies 27 21 AkinsThirft 16 28 Cabanna 27 21 Jack's Bargian Barn 15'h 281/z VFW. 27 21 Simplot 14 30 *argents Mfg. 23 25 High team series, Sun Royal, 3152; Lucky Lugger 17 31 high team game, Sun Royal, 1128; Kelley's 14'h 33V~ High individual series, Louis Bar- High team series, New Holland, ger, 627; high individual grame, 3130;high team game, New Holland, Louis Berger, 232; bowler or the 1100;high individual series, Ed week, Louis Barger, 771. Wilborn, 563; high individual game,************ Ed Willborn, 222; bowler of the 11/7/74 week, Jack Peppier, 696. High team series, Sun Royal, 3043; ************ high team game, Sun Royal, 1086; TOWN & COUNTRY LEAGUE high individual series, Gary Way 11/12/74 W L 545; high individual game, Run Carnation 31 17 Weber, 197; bowler or the week, Evergreen Implement Guenther-Lee 22 26 11/14/74 McLeansHardware 19 29 EmpireSeed KRSC 16 32 Rec Hall High team series, Carnation, 3069; Eagles #1 high team game, Lampe Jewelers, Eagles #2 1095; high individual series, Bennie Mels Plumbing Colley, 595; high individual game, Evergreen Bennie Colley, 231; bowler of the Ernies Amoco Lampe Jewlers 31 17 Run Weber, 693. Cimaron Mote| 27 21 ************ Dart- Land 23 25 23 25 MERCHANTS LEAGUE W L 32 16 31 17 25Vz 23'/2 241/= 251h 23 25 21 27 2O 28 week, Ken Garrett, 677. Full Circle 15 33 EAGL ************AGUEESMIXEDLE High team series, Rec Hall, 3107; high team game, Rec Hall & Eagles 11/11/74 W L #1, 1066; high individual series, Alley Sweepers 29% 141h Hump Prieur, 574; high individual Ichi Bun 25% 18Vz game, BobTurner, 232. Jet Set 25 19 Elbow Benders 24V2 191/1 SUNDAY NIGHT MIXED Mis- For-Tunes 21 23 LEAGUE "13" 19 25 11/17/74 W L The 4 S'ssss 19 25 The Streakers 27 17 Rocky Rollers 12V~ 31% The Miracles 24 20 High team series, Alley Sweepers, 2 Minus 2 =4 24 20 2392; high team game, Alley Tbe ZipCoders 23 21 Sweepers, 871; high individual We 'Uns 22 22 series, Trudy Worsham, 490 &The Busy B's 22 22 Another senior in her fourth year of action, Miss Pershall plays at forward for the Huskies. She is 5-4 and a good scorer and rebounder. Remaining Games I Dec. 3- Pullman, here 1 ' Dec. 5- At Quincy Dec. 9- At Pullman j Dec. 17, 19, 21 - | i District at Wenatchee I I Feb. lz-18 - I Regional Tournament I I I Feb. 21-22- I I State at PLU, Tacoma I ~t Howard Schindier, 524: high indivi- 2 Plus 2 18 26 varsity squad last season, but has stepped dual game, Jan Floyd, 213 and Dave The Dum Stumblers 16 28 Sieflarf, 187; bowlers of the week, High team series, The Zip Coders, into a starting guard position this year, 2346; high team game, The Zip 0 where she is a strong playmaker and scorer Trudy Worsham, 640 and Howard Coders, 824; high individual series, Schindler, 615. ************ Larry Widman, 583; & Donna MAJOR TRIO LEAGUE Hilmes, 480; high individual game, 11/13/74 W L Roger Hartwig, 215; & Neva RAINCAT : #7 107V1 84'/z Barger, 181; bowler of the week, i Jack'sBarn 104 88 Guyanne Jensen 608, & Larry THUND-E /RD Lockwood 101 91 Widman, 622. i Hank's &Fields 991h 92sh, ************ Othello Bowl 99 98 JR-MAJOR LEAGUE 488-3348 Mutual of Omaha 92 10011/16/74 W L m ~. Taggares 89 103The High Rollers 26 6 Ken, Fried Chic. 76 116The Bowlers 19 13 High team series, #7, 2429; highThe Undertakers 17 15 team game, #7. 640; high individual The Hamms - 12 20 ' series, Larry Widman, 750; high The BowllngFlirts 12 20 individual game, T.D. McKenney, The OddBalls 10 22 212; bowler or the week, Steve High team series, The High.Rollers, 2378; high team ~ame, The High Kenrield, 856. Rollers 803; high individual series, COFFEE LEAGUE Paul Vowels, 554; high individual 11/13/74 W L game, Paul Vowels, 195. Hot Mama's 26 18 TAYLOR ROAD ACROSS FROM LABOR CAMP state champion 148. Tougl~ A group which seniors Chris Solbrack and and sophomore Joh~ be fighting for the 168-pound sophomores Craig and Davis and Calahan at 175. Senior Mitch Buck 190, with the spot capably filled Andy Lampe, a year, and Terry after passing up last season. The wrestlers duled for some.s ling action this the U.S. Army Fort Lewis present a clinic. includes one All-. ler and another from the World event. WATClq$ IIPANI Mt~IWMH @~I$ ~ TIeOI'N~$ I" NU 8-9031 724 [AS? M&IILOTNELLO 66 S. First Ave. i | | E EVERGREEN Serving the Mid-Columbia Bi United Industrial i 488-3343 | = | P" Tha. ~'i I 1"1 & For All Your Fall Make the Cimarron Your~*'te~d, 1450 E. Main flU Join ~A ~b~C service of ff,s II~l The Advertisl~ CHECK PRESENTED - A check for $3.500 for improvement of Huslde field was presented to the Othello School District by the Lions Club at the awards event here Monday night. Superintendent Tom Lyda, left, accepts the check from Lion Ray Gums. Emie's Amoco PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK MEMBER "OTHELLO BI S, NCH *Complete In Baking , *Produce & the Freshness T .Want. ..... Akins Food THE PRIDE OF 103 First 488-3252 425 E Main