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12- The Goldendale Sentinel- Thursday, September 14, 1972 EXCHANGES in "Pony Express" relay horse races during rodeo were fast, dangerous and dusty. BRENT PALMER, Centerville, grapples wgh a calf cluriq rodeo at county fair Saturday. TRACI COLE, aDe 10, turns the corner in the barrel racing event at the rodeo last weekend. Wolves win grid opener w,th Cougars As expected, the GHS Timberwolves toppled the White Swan Cougars in the league and season football opener for both teams there Friday. Goldendale scored a touchdown in the opening panel and added two more in the third quarter before the Cougars struck paydirt in the closing stanza. The final score was 18-8. The first Wolf tally came on a Steve Harsch to Tom Lorton aerial for 45 yards. Dan Williams rambled 55 yards with an intercepted pass for the second 6-pointer. Rick Hanson capped a 45-yard drive with a 3-yard plunge to complete Goldendale scoring. All three conversion kicks failed. White Swan's TD came early i the fourth period after a 45-yard march. A successful pass play resulted in the 2.point conversion. CharUe's Comer Compare our Atlas batteries. The "A 'o baiter,/ is for the cus- tomer who wants dependable starts during normal driving conditions with a car or truck with the normal compliment of electrical accessories. The "PA" Pacoouthw gives ackfl- Lionel cranking capacity to meet greater electrical requirements. The "PHD" Premium Power af- fords greater electrical capacity and life than any other Arias battery. Whatever your battery needs for form vehicle or car see us s4m. Chuck's Chevron Service Dependsble and Complete Care by Experts. Phone 773-4188 W01ves h0me seas0n tj ,starts against Knights The Goldendale..grid contingent opens its home campaign'"--" Friday at 8 p.m. against the Royal City Knights. Coming off a 30-0 rout of the defending champion Highland Scotties in the opening game last Friday, the Knights figure to be stiff competition. The Wolves also won their opener downing White Swan 18.8. The offensive onslaught of Royal City was guided last week by quarterback Case Kwak. He fired touchdown strikes of 32, 18 and 15 yards and tallied himself with a 50- yard pass interception return. Receivers were Jerry Murphy twice on tackle- eligible plays and Bruce Jensen. Kwak's three TD aerials were the only passes he completed in seven attempts. Offensively, Royal City amassed 191 yards rushing and 76 passing. Defen- sively, the Knfghts picked off six Highland throws. Local cowboys in money Several Klickitat County cowboys placed in the money during the NRA- approved rodeo last weekend during the Klickitat County Fair at Goldendale. Fred Holly, Glenwood, won the cow milking event and tied for fst in the first go-around of the bull dogging. Norman Goree, Roosevelt, and Larry Bowcutt, Roosevelt, nailed down the two top spots in the bull dogging Sunday. I-larlan Fentress, Goldendale, was second in cow milking and Dale Thiele, Goldendale, sixth. Results of top placers by events are: Saddle bronc riding--Ed HolloweLl, Beaverton, and Tony Bothurn, Redmond, Or., first tie; Dave Bothum, Redmond, third; Fred Woods, fourth; Girls' barrel racing--Kathryn An- derson, first; Joyce Bloxum, second; Wynette Russell, Tacoma, third; Cathy Green, fourth; Calf roping--Steve Wallace, Ellensburg, first; Doug Williamson, Moro, second; Chuck Matteson, Benton City, third: Claude Inman; Cow milk/rig--Fred Holly, Glenwood; Harlan Fentress, Goldendale; Charlie Brown, Lucky Proctor; Gary Miller, FRED HOLLY, Gienwood, wrestles a steer in Saturday's rodeo competition. tied for first that clay and wen the cow milking event. GES 7TH AND  FOOTBALL SCHEDULES September 26: Toppenish 7th here 3:30 Pan.; Granger 8th here 5 pan. October 2: Granger th there 4 p.m. October 12: The Dallas 7th here 3:30 p.m.; The Dallas d here 5 p.m. October 19: Wind River 7th there 3 p.m.; Wind River 8th there 4:30 p.m. S & S CHEVROLET He IS ,PROUD TO INTRODUCE October 25: Chenowith 7th there 3 p.m.; Chenowith 8th there 4:30 p.m. October 31: Wind River 7th here 2 p.m.; Wind River h here 3:30 p.m. Coaches are Woody Hunter and Greg Fry. Don Scherer is assistant. PETE LACOURSIERE OUR NEW SHOP FOREMAN YOU CAN'T BEAT THE SERVICE AND THE WORKMANSHIP AT S  S CHEVROLET  SEE US FOR ALL YOUR CAR NEEDS. MAJOR OVERHAUL BODY. FENDER TRANSMISSION TUNE UP PAINTING FRONT-END ALIGNMENT S&$ Chevrolet Broadway & Columbus 773.48.r Moro; Dale Thiele, Goldendale; Bulldogging-.Saturday, Charlie Brown, Rufus, and Fred Holly, Glenwood, first tie; ground money split; Sunday, Norman Goree, Roosevelt, first; Larry Bowcutt, Roosevelt, second; Charlie Brown, Moro, third; ground money split; Bareback bronc riding--Jackie Reagan, Sisters, Or., first; Dan Dailey, second: Pat Daly, Redmond, Or., third; Buster Green, Redmond, Or., fourth. Bull rldlng--Dan Dailey, first; Herk Prescott, Yelm, second; Rormie Walling, third; Steve Neeley, Hilisboro, and Bob Conforth, Hermiston, fourth tie. Results of the racing program were: Saturday relayAllen Counts, Gold- endale, first; Ed Holly, Glenwood, second; DOn Hanks, Goldendale, third; Sunday relay--Don Hanks, Goldendale, first; Ed Holly, Glenwood, second; Les Bradley, Goldendale, third; Cowboy race--Junior Adams, first; Ed Holly, Glenwood, second; Charlie Brown, Moro, third; Cowgirl race--Sue Shockley, first; Terri Proctor, second; Linda Shull, Goldendale, third. FREE TICKETS AVAILABLE Senior citizens 65 or over are eligible for free passes to the local football games. Those wishing to enjoy this courtesy of the school may obtain tickets at the High School office. golf club news Cy McDowell won first place with Marion Hudson second and Rick Kaps third in last week's King-of-the-Hill competition. This Thursday will be steak night with Dennis Stearns, Roy Lundberg and Johnny Lorton serving on the committee. Men's night will continue until the time' change in October, and if enough mem- bers are interested, we will continue to get together for dinner on Thursday nights throughout the winter. The club championship tournament is nearing the final stages of play with the following matches yet to be played to determine the winners in the various flights: Scott Basse vs. either Jerry Nowlen or Lowell Erland; Jack Norelius vs. Archie Radcliffe c Olsen vs. Jerry Olin; Jerry Powell or Art GraluuL Woolley vs. Marion HudsmL A Home-aml-Home been scheduled with Beac Sunday, September 17. members should contact or sign up at the clubhouse. LADIES' Jean Wade of Scotland Thomson, was a special gu the golf luncheon, with present. Ann Clark mm score card" competition. week will be Jean Flinsh Oxwang. 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