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Sockeyes win omg i ,ssa.quah Sockeyes tied for first place with the ,ssaquah Raiders in the boy's u_nder.,n.ine south division with a record e teaw,[i ,ve wins, six ties and no losses. Back row, from left: coach Paul Doss, Kevin O Nelll, reg L)OSS, Ben Patton, Ryan tear,[mdley, Jay Donaldson and Nell Hansen. Front, from left: Jon Paul Kuuntz, Geoffrey Liivemore, Brendan .McKinnon, nre Ga J nd M t B ant M S g ur,an Ste amuK , week, , Y rdlner, AnthonyScoutrino, eft Donaldson. Danny Hanken a a ry • : p . h the _ on0000000saquah Alps hikes d hopet ! berth. red by Issaquah Parks and Recreation. o previous sign-up is necessary; just show up at the ap- time and place. All hikes meet at the Issaquah Park Ride Lot. 10, 9:30 a.m., Lake Tradition from High Point, l-A, Leader: Sue Williams and Halla Johnson 392- Starting from High Point off 1-90 avoids a climb Up to Parks & Recreation Basketball Staiadings Men's League: Suns 2 0 "AA" & "A" Division W L Lakers 2 l Runnin' Rebels 3 0 Nets 2 l Solomon Log 4 l Bucks 1 2 Sea-Port 3 1 Hawks 1 2 Gaslamp Tavern 2 2 Spurs I 2 TNT Roofing 2 2 Celtics 0 I Raiders 2 3 Knicks 0 2 Central Connection l 4 "B" Valley Division W L Southeast Glass 0 4 Blue Devils 4 0 Pine Lakers 4 0 L Ruby's Unleaded 3 l 0 CraigSmith Construction 2 2 "B" Competitive Division W Star Bow Builders 4 plateau but all the usual attractions are there to be en- A view down to Issaquah is a must. try 11, 9:30 a.m., Coal Creek, Class 2-B, Leader 746-3291. Hike starts at the farm, tour old cow- ;down past the duck pond to the sandstone gorge of Coal the mouth of Mary Tunnel. Explore upstream, past :inder mine to North Fork Falls. Boots recommended. 12, 12:30 p.m., Coal Creek, Class 2-B, Leaders: and Bob Gross 329-8292. For details see February 11. 12, 8:30 a.m., Cougar Precipice Sampler, Class 3- • eader: Ralph Owen 746-1070. Climb the Wilderness Peak he Mainline Wildview trail, circle the claypit, pass Fan- Erratic down the new Gorge Trail and Boulders of atiful Bottom back via Wilderness Creek. 13, 8:30 a.m., West Tiger 3, Caves and Pod Pod lnt, Class 3 ÷ C, Leader: Falk Kruegar 283-7796. A visit to )0Pular caves before, the clamber up theSection Line this means ahnost straight up, to the summit. A'great view is the prize from West Tiger 3, down the 1900' railroad grade through Many Creek Valley to Pod Pod mt and other great view spots. Clampitts Cleaners Rowley Agency Rocket Research Cats Meow Knowles & Associates Mr. Si Golf Course Rest. S.C.S. Coffman Engineers Sammamish Clippers Youth League Boys' 3rd & 4th Grade League 3 0 4 1 3 1 3 2 1 3 1 3 1 3 0 3 0 4 W Pacers 2 Sonics 2 Spurs 2 Hawks I Nets l Clippers 0 Knicks ..... 0 Pistons 0 Boys' 7th & 8th Grade League W Bulls 2 0 TOOL EOUIPMENT RENTAL & SALES HOMELITE ',' .,.. :IIAINSAWS00°00' AT DRAMATIC SAVINGS! } "240-18" Regular $280.00 5230.00 • lS0.15,, s225.00 • Super EZ.16" Regular ,325"00 5260.0_0 ' *XL-12-20" ,:,egu,a,,3,ooo $285.00 "Super XL-20" ,egu,,=3,0o0 s320.00 ' "a3o.2o,, ,oo $290.00 • 350.20', ..;i..,o0o0 $365.00 "410.24" ,egu,at=8000 $425.00 0 0 0 1 1 2 2, 2 Little League signs up players Little League will hold signups for eight to 15-year- old boys and girls of the Issa- quah area. Registration will be held at Issaquah Junior High Saturday, February 12, between 10 ,m. and 3:30 p.m. and on Tuesday, February 15, between 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. In addition, registrations will be held at Pine Lake Junior High Wednesday, February 16 be- tween 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m., and at the Tiger Mountain Fire Station #7 in the Mirror- mont area Thursday, February 17 between 6:30 and 8 p.m. All boys and girls must sign up even though they will be on a particular team this year. Everyone who signs up and attends at least one turnout will be placed on a team and play in every game. The pro- gram is designed to be enjoy- able and build the character and skills of the children through the game of base- ball. A tax-deductible, non- refundable $20 donation is part of the signup. To ensure a successful pro- gram, volunteers are required to serve as coaches, umpires, tournament directors and administrators. No exper- ience is required, only the desire to promote the welfare of Issaquah area youth. Interested parties can contact a league official during regis- trations or can call Larry Fortunate Products 2 3 Gillard at 392-7265. ' A.S. Design & Assoc. 1 3 NoDesignAss°ciateSDunks 00 ,3 Ski school open "B" Mountain Division W L Issaquah residents, there is Hovlandslnc. 5 0 still plenty of time to ski this Data 1/O 3 1 winter. The Jaycee Ski Group"W" 3 I School is starting its second Unisea 3 l session of classes for skiers of Machinist Inc. 2 3 Sammamish Totems 2 3 all ages and abilities. lssaquah Merchants 1 3 Bus transportation is avail- Union Tavern 1 4 able. For complete informa- lssaquahAutomotive 0 4 tion, please call 782-5640. I, "'" Ronald F. Perron, C,.A. NCOME TAX& i I ; 'r" ACCOUNTING SERVICES Leavitt Building 301 116th Ave. S.E., Suite 160, Bellevue 453-8630 Evenings 392-2549 I Illlll I DO I HAVE TO GO TO SCHOOL TODAY? Ever, ry parent hears this question once,in awhile. But if your child "hates" school, you need us. .  Wehe the Sylvan Lea•lag Centers. We ˘'/ ' J" J/ " teach reading, math and we make /, ,..f. X/// learning fun. Sylvan Learning Centers i;'/-';T%...j ('( ', ' work closely with teachers which //{, '1 "  helps to insure your child's success. I W. " ..-x, '  Our metho of ,ch,ng ,, fe,- I(\\; .,lr' .,ll°'' I t ,t sionol, individualized and It works! i Am  .J ,.J ' / , I Sylvan Learning Center students avef- 't  .-' "/.:l age one year of academic growth ,A/ "'"b..f-J'-', -'''J after just thirty-six hours of Instruction. :/, ".'.,,'.€'-. ' And you'll be surprised at your child's  . ",. "r-,7 increased self-confidence, ( ,w ff " '' CollaSylvanLearnln Centet.toimprove  "--L' g --'" [I !, your child's leorning ability and attitude t'C '- - toward school. A Sylvan Learning Center In- ,/:,OrurT,,, e happy ,o g,e you o FREE DIAGNOSTIC TESTING THROUGH FEB. 25, 1983 7631 212th St S W Call 622-8896 for Appt. Bellevue " " " James Edckson. MSc Peter Evans, Jr. MA Just Easter  Sylvan ;,;Pl;9lgh School ( L thel?oEoetde Dedicated o ts Limited to available stock NEW OWNERS& A NEW LOOK TO SERVE YOUR RENTAL NEEDS Stop in and get acquainted! 405 N.W. Gilman laaaquah Mark Ed Bart 392-7543 H&R Block preparers have received special training to help you this year. Did you know there are two different short forms, increased deductions for an IRA, and in- creased child care credits ... and many moie changes? We've done our homework on the new tax laws, so you don't have to. H&R BLOCK: The new tax laws. Thl8 year's number one mason to go to H&R Block. Newoca,oninlSSAQUAH Open Mon.-Frl. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call reran appointment or come In at your convenience. Evenings by appointment Upstairs in the Mercantile Building 485 Front St. North 392-4323 IIII II The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, February 9, 1983 - Pase 11 psi East Think spring!! PERM s30 °° Reg. $50.00 O#er,eo2nS/SS. 40 N.W. Alder PI. 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