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May 4, 1983

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Page 10 - The Issaquah Press, Wednesday, May 4, 1983 Sports Track team brings in honors at Sammamish Indians in winning column lssy continued to impress its opponents as the girls placed second in a three-way dual meet by scoring 54 points. Lieschan Hansen led the way by running a 5:14 mile. Hansen continued her fine performance by posting ,o more runs of 5:14 each in the mile. Sophomore Connie Jones also posted three 800M runs of 2:19 each. Tom Bohannon provided the highlight of the week as le smashed a fifteen-year-old chool record in the mile with a time of 4:13.6. Mary lloore received the first good yews since her sophomore year as she cleared six feet in he Sammamish Invitational. Softball , The Indians upped their l:cord to 6-4 by losing to glemoor 6-3 due to a lack of offense. Later in the week the Indians got their act to- Iether on offense and swamped Bethel 8-5. Diane Hollaran and Kei Gunderson led the way as they went 2 for 3 and 3 for 3 respectively and chipped in a triple each. Baseball ,The Indian's KingCo record dropped to 1-9 as they lost to both Bothell and Indians Rich Hallstrom Bellevue by scores of 6-I 6-5, The Indians received more bad news when David Ban- nister was hit by two line drives against Bothell. Boy's gymnastics The lost a dual to Prairie last week 132.5-105.6 Floor exercise, Ben Rhyendance 6.8; pommel horse, John Wheeler 5.9, rings, John Wheeler 5.1, vault, John Wheeler 8.5, parallel bars John Wheeler 6.1, horizontal bar, Vince Suit 4.6; all around, John Wheeler 6.05. Sunset walk-a-thon benefits school A Sunset Elementary Walk-a-then will be held Saturday, May 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at a course on the school grounds. The PTA sponsored event will raise runds for school improvements and educa- tional benefits. Many local businesses have donated items for prizes and all children who enter will re- ceive a prize. Free food and refreshments will be provided for all competitors. Pledges will be accepted by any participating student un- til May 5. Tom Bohannon... breaking old records. ' 00F'il 4 BRAKES (Includes new lining all 4 wheels, dn turned, check all wl .-_-.cylinders, repack front bwheel bearing, replace . j  front grease seals, bleed V=,.. t ",,,,-brake system and refill "- with new brake fluid. GABRIEL OA,00mr SHOCKS s2095 FREE ., INSTALLATION BIAS PLY RETREADS s,,,,..0,, S 50 MOUNt, JrJ00l ALL ;ERRAIN RADIAL BEST STEEL RADIAL PICK UP, R.V., CAMPER SPECIAL SIZE P235/75R-15 BF GOODRICH STEEL RADIAL SPECIAL TIRES FOR MOTOR HOMES t F.E.T. $3.51 4.11; 4.70 i'" 800-16.5 $99.70 875-16.5 110.10 950-16.5 122.40 FREE MOUNTING 60 N.W. GILMAN BLVD. I ISSAQUAH 392-3831 L Mary Moore... best jump of the year. A Headstart e On The Fut00. ... the 1983 Snoqualmie Computer Camp.. -day sessions of exciting classes and labs, and the fun of summer camp, for 10 to 15 year-olds who will need more thant arcade games for 21st century success. Compare our prices and curriculum. For brochure or information, visit an Electronic Superrnart or phonethe Mercer Island registration office at(206)232-8182. S/E Sponsored.bySki Ac!', s/ COMPUTERC/VP .noquamm :mmmtt, * ,i,,, t, J,J,,".  bLleclmnic SupennmL and I. ...td./ Peter A. Lawrence & / 10_25 \\; I I FOR ISSAQUAH ELEMENTARY scHOOLS MAY 9-13 Men.- Meat Gravy w/Whipped Potato, Celery w/peanut Butter, Roll, Orange Quarters, Chocolate Chip Cookie Tues.- Hamburger, Tater Tots, Apple Quarters, peanuts and Raisins Wed.- Spaghetti w/Cheese, French Roll, Green Salad, Peaches Thurs.. Chicken, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Bulgar Roll, Vegetable Sticks, Cherry Cobbler Frl.- Hot Dog Rollup, Corn, Apple Quarters, Cookie SECONDARY SCHOOL ENTREES Men.- Chicken Pattie and Rice or Pastrami Sandwich Tues.- Hamburger Cheese Fishwlch or Salami & Cheese Sandwlch Wed.- Potatoes w/Gravy or Tuna salad Sand. wlch . . Thurs.- Spaghetti or Egg Salad sandwmn Frl.- Hot Dog Rollup or Ham & cheese Sand. w!ch PUGET SOUND BAKI in Mark-It Foods 392-1341 Tea Room -- 355 N.W. Gilman Blvd. 392-1700 The Flag program Indians defeated the Rdtary Club Phillies by a score of 8 to 3 to lock three teams in a first place tie in the Senior Divi- sion of Little League Base- ball. The Indians balanced strong pitching and defense with an aggressive offense. Dave Johnson had a per- fect day at the plate with 3 hits in 3 at bats to lead the at- tack. Jeff Gillard went 3 for 4 with 3 RBI's while Tim Hughes and Todd Meek both had 2 hits in 4 at bats. The Indians picked up seven stolen bases while the pitch- ing catching team of Tim and Ted Hughes held the Phillies to one stolen base. Tim Hughes was the winning pit- cher, giving up only 5 hits and 3 walks while striking out 3 Phillies in six innings of work. Shon Chmielewskil Phillies offense withl and double in two st Lenard Lee and Derek berg also had doubles Phillies. The Valley Ki Dodgers with a wins and l loss Senior division Phillies and Issaquah Little League Standings Lieschan Hanson... faster and faster. Volunteers Needed More than 450 agencies in King County are looking for volunteers. Anything you en- joy doing -- from reading or teaching or hiking or carpen- try -- can be shared with others. Call United Way's Volunteer Bureau at 447- 3765 for details. Coming to the lssaquah Press: Summer Park and Recreation Department Pro- gram, in your May 18 edi- tion. Seniors Flag Program Indians Valley Kiwanis Dodgers Rotary Phillies Lawson Disposal Rangers Scores Indians 8 Phillies Dodgers 6 Rangers Phillies 6 Rangers Dodgers 3 Indians Senior AAA W L Anderson Plumbing Yankees 1 1 F.O.E. Eagles 1 1 lssaquah Press Mariners 1 1 Rolling Log Athletics 1 1 Scores Mariners 10 Eagles Yankees 21 Athletics Eagles 10 Yankees Athletics l0 Mariners Majors Cascade Moving Cougars Astros Lions Club Lions F.O.E. Eagles Seafirst Pirates Kiwanis Braves Scores Cougars 12 Braves Lions 5 Eagles Astros 15 Braves Eagles 7 Braves Coast Steel & Sun Photo Cards Eagles Quality Press Bobcats Angels Dodgers Fischers Meats Yankees Scores Cards 19 Bobcats Eagles 8 Yankees Cards I 8 Angels Bobcats 6 Yankees 89ers Thomas, Whittington, Anderson & Bergen Attorneys indiam 2 0 Coast to Coast Bears 1 I Printex Press Pirates Roadster Carwash Mets St. Regis Yankees Corky's Arco Giants Scores Yankees 15 Pirates 7 Bears 14 Giants 6 Indians 19 Giants I l Pirates 18 Mets 13 Mets 14 Bears i I TRANSMISSION SERVICE SPECIAL Call Mike today. He takes time & effort to repair your car's transmission fight. k''''"'" ..... "''''"'1 sgd95 : g ---- , m $38 value, 5/31/83 I Call for details ::::::::::::::::: [BUILD SERVICE AVAILABLE 'T RANSMISSION "uv,-'- SERVIOE 1655 N.W. Mall St. Issaquah 392-5241 Softball Senior W L W L 2 1 Zetec Barracudas 2 0 2 1 Data 1/O Angels 1 0 2 l Flag Program Raiders 0 1 2 1 Shephard Ambulance Roadrunners 0 2 3 Scores 5 Barracudas 13 Raiders 7 2 Angels 17 Roadrunners 3 I Barracudas 15 Roadrunners 7 Softball 89ers Chargers Bicycle Center Cubs Scores Chargers 35 Cubs Softball Majorl Rowley Agency Imperials Wick Home Wildcats Fasano Orthod Natural Foods Cougars Scores Wildcats 16 HustlO Imperials 15 Wil dd: Imperials 7 Coo# w L 1 0 0 1 34 ; Recreotion corn 9 W L The Issaquah Parks and Recreation Department is l 2 0 registration for the following classes. For further 2 0 call the Park Department at 392-7131. 2 I Aerobic Dancercise classes as Apollo Elementar'l 1 1 0 2 munity Hall, Issaquah Jr. High, Maywood Jr. 0 3 Lake Jr. High, CO-Rec Aerobic Fitness for 16 and older, on 3 Thursdays, Issaquah Jr. High. 4 Beginning Bowling for Jrs. -- Fridays, starting MaY 1 18 year olds 6 CPR Class -- Wed., May 4 or Thurs. May 19, 15 8t Computer Seminar -- Thurs., May 5 and MondaY, w L Fashion & Beauty Workshop for Teens, 3 0 ingApri128, ll-17yearolds. 1 0 l 1 Karate -- Weds., 8 years and older, begir 0 1 termediates 0 1 Women's Basketball-- Weds., 16 & older. 0 2 Children's Running -- youth trac.k girls grades 3-6, Thursdays ,:,, .! 5 Indoor Tennis Lessons -- Call issaquah 6 7003 for information 13 Issaquah Alps Trails Club Hiking -- Call LrrY" 5 392-5775 or Jan Micai, 747-1457. Check Alp Hike Guide in the Issaquah Press for ! w L hikes. Village Theatre Classes -- Call 392-1942 for inf( 1 1 ,", Issaquah Alps 0 2 Co-sponsored by Issaquah Parks and previous sign-up necessary; just show up at the time and place. All hikes meet at the Issaquah Lot. May 5 Historic roads on Cougar 9:30 a.m. Manning, 746-1017. See sights dating back to the May 7 The Boulders 12:30 p.m. Leader: 1070. In the valley of Cougar Mt. Wilderness boulders which tumbled off the cliffs above. A short{ to Big View Cliff to see Mt. Rainier. May 8 Tiger Mt. hi-lighter 8:30 a.m. Leader: Jackman, 641-2895. A 10 to 12 mile hike in 7 or $:! Bring a flashlightf May 11 Grand Canyon of the 15 Mile Creek Leader: Della Bee, 1-488-7536. Ascend Tiger M',S ._l stream. Search for fossils and amber. ISSAQUAH RECYCLING CENTER Operated by C.EI Open Mon.-Frt. 12 noon - 4 p.m. and Saturday 10 to 2 Next to Foothills Restaurant I iii i "GREASE" L MARCH 30-MAY 7 Village Theatre 120 Front Street N., Issaquah RESERVATIONS: 392-2202 Seafood I ,ltli'l Cocktails F-- conveniently located 392-7425  c*'s t ne Village Theatre Individualized reading and math instruction from primary, adult by certified educators Sylvan Leamlng Canter atreeaae reading end math with diagnostic testing and prescriptive instruction, 0 s\\; La ".,\\;9 '.. alrfar= accomodatlons at both DIsneyland and KnollS, The Sylvan Learning Center hall three students tc week for two hour IIIllOfll, taft week prog Yeer" grwth upon completlon' L syh'a'Learning FOUR LOCATIONS Bellevue (Factoria) Kirklend(Totem Lake) Edmonds 622-8896 823-6727 774-3922 525'