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The Kennewick courier-reporter. [volume] (Kennewick, Wash.) 1939-1949, September 04, 1947, Image 5

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WOMEN BOWLERS
Calling .attention to the immi
nent beginning of the lady’s bowl
ing league play, Mrs. D. K. Randal
this week called for more wo
men’s teams. An important or
ganization meeting will be held
at 7:30 o’clock on the evening of
September 4 at the King’s Bowl
ing Alley. This will be the last
chance, Mrs. Randal says, for
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W.S.C. Cougars Hi! Football Trail;
Ready to Pounce on Pennsylvania
Football forces of Washington
Stateareready foraflyingstartl
when Pacific Coast confermoe
aractice starts September 1. Coach.
Phil Sorboe, starting his thirdl.
season at the Cougar helm, will
lave a squad of 50 men and he
has to retain a group of that
:ize throughout the fall.-
Following spring practice the L
:quad was cut to a workable-‘
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'eady for the autumn campaign.
With the initial game coming
September 20 with Pennsylvania
itate,itwillbenecessarytobe~.‘
{in actual game preparation im
mediately instead of spending .
my time sorting players. ‘j
Despite a poor season last year,‘
Zongan prospects for 1947 are
:onsidered bright. Although los- ‘
ng six games while winning only
me and tieing one, last year‘s
team averaged more than I;
points—two touchdowns —per‘.
game throughout the season. The
gridders, who wlre young in the
ways of tough big-time football,
displayed a remarkable amount‘
of offensive talent but cracked?
under pressure on the defense. ‘
Coach Sorboe says the 1947
club will be stronger as a re
sult of the valuable experience
gained last year by his freshmen
and sophomores. The spring
practice was very encouraging
and the Cougar staff feels that
theteamisreadytostepoffin
high gear.
“The spirit is high on the club
and we look tq an interesting
season,” said Sorboe. “We hope
that many of last year’s faults
which were caused by inexper
ience will be remedied.”
' Two regular starters of last
year have been lost. They are
Elmo Bond, tackle, who signed a
professional contract, and Dick
Abrams, funback,.who left school.
Five other letter winners are
likewise missing.
Seasoned players who Will be‘
on hand this fall include 29
varsity award winners and :0
award- winners from last year’s
strong junior varsity squad. ‘ 1
The Washington State line
shapes up as a powerful aggre
gation spearheaded by Andy
Lazor, outstanding center of the
last two years. Francis Bacoka, a
fine all-around end, will be wind
ing up his final varsity year.
Laurie Niemi, 225-pound tackle,
likewise has shown great ability
the last two years and should
\rank with the,best on the Coast.
‘ Sorboe’s backfield will possess
unusual offensive ability bull: a
round his Doubleo'!’ :crlna 0..
The variation of the Standard
T involves both the quarter
back and‘ fullback as key men in
the schedule, Washington State
scored 26 points against Stan
s3l; and 20 against Michigan
Jerry Williams, a fast, break
away runner, alternates at - left
half with Bill Lippincott, All-
Coast, conference start two years
ago, who is a powerful runner
along with being a good passer
and kicker.
Don Paul looks like the leading
prospect for right half. He’s big
fast and a fine pass-catcher.
‘Cruck Eckert, a heady little per
former, and Gordy Brunswick, a
big fellow who excels at forward
passing, will alternate at the
quarterback spot.
HIGHLANDS 4-H CLUB
The Highland 4-H club met at
the Highland Clubhouse August
27, under the leadership of John
Robinson, president. There were
nineteen members and two visi
tors present. .
Dick Robinson gave his speech
on the “Background of the Berk
shires.” and Ed Hacker gave a
,talk on his calf. Beverly Pyle gave
a demonstration of a hog trough.
Mr. James and Mr. Switzer or
iganized. the shipment and care of
our stock projects for Prosser’s
States’ Dav fair during Labor day.
They discussed decorating a float
to take to Prosser.
Those to give speeches at next
meeting Sept. 3 are Iver Eliason.
Bin: Conrad and Dick Pyle.
’ The mgetinl was closed with
the ninflee. Future meetings we
anhedulod Sent 3. 10. I? and 24.
Beverly Pvle. Scribe.
Don George, powerhouse on:
he defensive man who has been ‘
bnverted from guard, will share
he fullback along with Hal ‘
\kins, whose older brothers;
frank and Al, were standout 1
:ollege players and now are out- I
;tanding pros. 1
Washington State opens the ‘
chedule by flying to Hershey. ‘
’a.. to play Pennsylvania State I
lollege September 20. The next
Saturday the Cougars meet
Southern California at Don
lngeles and this trip will also
pe made b 3; air.
These games are billed for
'ullman. The intersectional con
est with Michigan State will be
neld on Rogers Field October 11
dontana University comes here
for .the Dad’s day feature Octo
>er 25, while the University of
Dregon will provide the Home
:oming game Novemeber 8.
Other games on the 1947 slate
include: October 4_ldaho at
Moscow; October iii—California
at Berkeley; November l—Port
land University 'at Portland;'
November s—Oregon State Col
lege at Corvallis; November 22'
—University of Washington at‘
Seattle. ‘
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Visitors at the Twin City Air
port this past week included the
following: 7
Pullman Air Service, Pullman”
Ralph Hill. John Day. Oregon: A}
A. McDonald. John Day. Oregonfl
Chester Henson. Prosser; Weslern‘
LSkyways, Troutdale. Ore; W. F.
yHergert. Albany, Oregon: Clyde
Ross. Eureka. Wash.; James Bell.
Granger, Wash.; Burleson Flyers,
Albany. Ore; Hensley Flying Ser
vice. Havre. Mont: Coulee City
Flying Service, Coulee City; F. C.‘
Diamond. Tacoma; Felix Van
Hollebekc. Snake River. 2
Joseph Wilson of Kennewick
enrolled for flight training on the
Private Course.
Melvin Larson, Seattle rented
a plane for a trip to Ephrata on
Sunday.
Benjamin Geriach of Richland
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WAS-HINGIQN
re-ennolued on the Commercial
Course.
June. Beer of Pasco completed
his Dual and Solo Chou Countries.
Glenn Hansen at“ Richland is a
new student.
C. D. Bennett of Pasco and Lew
Gaudette of Richland both dueled
and soloed to The Dalles and Lex
ington. and to ePndleton and Lex
ington.
Jimmy Dore and Cliff Hall both
dualed to Yakima and Walla Wal
la. and soloed to Pendleton and
Lexington.
A cross country visitor was Chet
Coppcng‘er from Spokane.
ACA Office Ready for
Conservation Data
Benton County A.C.A. wishes
to announce that the office is
ready to start compliance and are
quite anxious to get their reports
of performance on conservation
practices on all farms as early as
possible. If you have completed all
of the practices listed on your 1947
farm plan. call at the office-. 47“
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