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Navajo times. [volume] (Window Rock, Ariz.) 1960-1984, October 24, 1963, Image 4

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THE NAVAJO TIMES October 24, 1963
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NAVAJO CIVIC Center Athletic Committee for 1963 are as follows: Front row, LR, Bill Draper, Edward
Plummer, Roger Sandoval.. Back row, LR, Frank Montoya, Walter Wolf. Jr., Jack Van Kyselka, Jr., Carl
Beyal The committee has already begun planning on their 1963-1964 basketball season by promoting a Get-
Together Tournament on November 4, 1963.
Winter Sports Program Planned
The Window Rock Civic Cen
ter Athletic Committee met forthe
second time this month to pre
pare plans for the opening of the
1963-64 basketball season and to
further outline a complete sports
calendar of events for the winter
season at the Navajo Civic Center,
Window Rock, Arizona. Included in
the plans for the calendar of sports
events are at least four big in
dependent basketball tournaments,
basketball leagues for men's and
girls’ divisions, an amateur boxing
tournament, special basketballtri
ple headers for week-end dates and
the regular bi-monthly profession
al wrestling.
Throughout the month of Octo
ber during the week open dates the
Civic Center gym was available
for basketball practices allowing
all interested players and teams
organizing to prepare for the start
of league play. To get the basket
ball league organized a “get ac
quainted” tournament has been
scheduled to start on Monday, No
vember 4, with the finals on Sat
urday night, November 9. Fol
lowing the championship games a
dance is scheduled for everyone.
From the results of the "get ac
quainted” tournament a two-league
men's division will be drawn up.
There will be a separate one
league for the girls.
Ali teams and managers desir
ing to participate in this Civic
Center Basketball League should
submit letters of applications to
compete first in the “get acquain
ted” tournament. Applications for
the "get acquainted ” tournament
and league participation should be
submitted immediately to the Bas
ketball League Chairman. P. O. Box
315, Window Rock, Arizona.
League games will be played at
least twice a week throughout the
months of November, December,
January and finish up on February
13. Most of these games will be
played on Monday and Thursday
nights with a few scheduled for
Wednesdays. In the league schedule
all teams participating will play
either two go-round or possibly
three go-round. For the informa
tion of all concerned, there has
been reproduced in this issue of
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the “Times” all rules and regu
lations covering the Civic Center
Basketball League.
The next big basketball tourna
ment will be the annual all-around
Fioliday Invitational set for Decem
ber 26-27-28. At the end of League
play one of the biggest independent
basketball tournaments on Navajo
land, the Navajo Invitational Clas
sic, will be staged on the dates
of February 19-20-21 and 22. Then
as the season ending tournament,
the All-Indian Tournament is being
scheduled for the middle of March.
There will be professional
wrestling as usual and this is on
every other Wednesday nights. The
3rd Annual All-Amateur Boxing
Tournament is being arranged for
staging on the week-end of Janu
ary 31 and the Ist of February.
For Friday and Saturday nights,
dates have been reserved for the
Triple-Header basketball attrac
tions that will bring in outside
and visiting teams that includes
special high school games, college
games, and the appearance of tour
ing professional teams.
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To Visit PHS
Units of Area
Flelen Ger Olson, Assistant
Chief, Nutrition and Dietetics
Branch, Division of Indian Health,
Washington D. C., will be visiting
USPHS Indian hospitals and health
centers on the Navajo Reservation
beginning October 28, according
to Dr. Charles S. McCammon, As
sistant Indian Health Area Direc
tor, W indow Rock.
She will be accompanied on her
tour by Mrs. Barbaras. McDonald,
Nutrition and Dietetics Officer for
the Window Rock Field Office Area.
Her itinerary includes visits tothe
Window Rock Field Office, Steam
boat Chapter House, W'inslow Hos
pital. Tuba City Hospital Chinle
Health Center, Gallup Field Health
Center, Shiprock Hospital and Gal
lup Hospital. Miss Olson will spend
one day in the Albuquerque Area
Office before returning to Wash
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Family Chicken Dinner
Will be served in bowl
like home with potatoes,
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Additional to what on the menu hnL? ww/Ui
Adult--$1.75 Children thru (
12 years old—sl.oo / lNv9
Dinner Hours - spm to 9pm
First Time on Reservation
Starts Sunday October 6th in Navajo Room, each Sunday
Buffet--ll am until 3 pm
Adult $1.50 Children $.90
Menu change each Sunday
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New Staff
At Sage
Two new members have joined
the staff of Sage Memorial Hos
pital. Ganado Mission, Ganado.
Arizona. They are Miss Dolly Be
gay and Miss Marcia Holloway.
Miss Begay comes from Vander
Wagen, New Mexico where she
grew up and received her early
education. She'graduated from
Fort Wingate High School in 1962,
and shortly after that entered the
Lawton Medical School in Beverly
Hills, California. She is taking a
one year course which will pre
pare her to become a Medical As
sistant. She has had seven months
of schooling and will take six weeks
of practical training and work at
Sage Memorial Hospital before re
turning for two more months of
school at Lawton.
She is the daughter of James
Begay, Vander Wagen, New Mex
ico, and it was while in high school
that she was inspired togointothe
medical field. She hopes to obtain
a position in either New Mexico or
Arizona upon the completion of her
school work.
Miss Holloway was raised in
Birmingham Alabama. She com
pleted her high school work in that
city. Following high school gradu
ation she attended Knoxville Col
lege for two years. She was then
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awarded a scholarship by the
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