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Page 8 - The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, September 14, 1983 Sports Recreation corner The Issaquah Parks and Recreation Dept. is taking registra- tion for the fall programs. Contact the Park Department, 392- 7131, for further information on the following programs: Aerobic Dance: starts the week of Oct. 3 at Maywood Jr. High, Issaquah Jr. High, Pine Lake Jr. High, Apollo Ele- mentary, lssaquah Valley Elementary, Community Hall, mornings, afternoons and evenings. Co-Rec Aerobic Fitness: Tuesdays & Thursdays, starting Oct. 4, 16 & older. Senior Dancercise: Mondays & Wednesdays, starting Oct. 3, 50 yrs. & older. Belly Dancing: Wednesdays, starting Oct. 5, 10 years & older. Massage Workshop: Mondays, starting Oct. 3. Youth Basketball Coaches needed for elementary boys and girls basketball program this winter. Winter Youth Basketball League: Includes a basketball class for boys and girls grades l & 2, basketball leagues for boys and girls grades 3-10. All-Star Basketball Teams are offered for 6th, 7th and 8th graders. Mens Fall Basketball League: League starts Oct. 3, registra- tion due by Sept. 16. Volleyball Open Gym: Mondays, 7-9:00 p.m., Clark Ele- mentary starting Oct. 3, 17 years and older, $1.00 per person per night. Adult Basketball Open Gym: Tuesdays, starting Sept. 13 at Pine Lake Jr. High, also Thursdays, Sept. 15, 22 & 29, 7-9:30 p.m., $1.00 per person per night. Youth Gymnastics: Mondays, starting Oct. 3, Beginners & Adv. Beginners 7-13 years. Womens Basketball: Wednesdays, starting Oct. 5, 14 and older. Karate: Wednesdays, starting Oct. 5, Beginners & In- termediates, 8 years and older. Beginning Golf: Tuesdays, starting Oct. 4, 13 years and older. Beginning Bowling for Jrs.: Fridays, starting Oct. 7, boys & girls 9-18 years. Indoor Tennis Lessons: Call lssaquah Tennis Club, 392- 7003 for further information. Lions Jr. Football: Game schedules available at Park Of- rice after Sept. I I. High School Wrestling Clinic: Wednesdays, starting Oct. 5, grades 9-12. Kids Tumbling: Mondays, starting Oct. 3, grades 1-6. Your Child As An Athlete, What You Should Know: Free question and answer seminar, Thursday, Sept. 29, 7-9:00 LAKESIDE SAND & GRAVEL COMPANY, INC. 6600 230th Ave. S.E. Issaquah, 746-5660 BAKAMUS TRUCK REPAIR COMPANY 1791st Ave. S.E. Issaquah, 392-1268 MOUNTAIN APPLIANCE SERVICE 840 S.E. Newport Way Issaquah, 392-3555 ISSAQUAH PRESS 45 Front St. S. Issaquah, 392-6434 p.m., lssaquah Community Hall. Salmon Days Horseshoe Tourney: Saturday, Oct. 1, l:00 p.m., lssaquah Memorial Park, teams only. Chain Saw Service Clinic: Tuesdays, starting Oct. 4, 16 years and older. Basic Small Engine Repair: Tuesdays, starting Nov. l, 16 years and older. Basic Auto Repair: Wednesdays, starting Oct. 5, for 16 years and older. Dog Obedience: Mondays, starting Oct. 3, 13 years and older. CPR Classes: Wed., Oct. 5 and Thurs. Oct. 27, 15 years and older. Open Wood Shop: Mondays, starting Oct. 3, 18 years and older. Ballroom Dancing: Fridays, starting Oct. 21, Issaquah Valley Elementary. Country Western Dancing & 40's & 50's Jitterbug: Fridays, starting Oct. 21, teens and adults. Square Dance Lessons: Tuesdays, starting Sept. 13, call 392- 2932, 746-9420 for further information. Fashion & Beauty Workshop for Teens & Jrs: Beginning & Advanced Classes, starting Thursday, Oct. 6, I 1-17 years. Christmas Crafts: Wednesdays, starting Oct. 5, Issaquah Jr. High. Patchworkers: Thursdays, starting Oct. 6, lssaquah Jr. High. Color Analysis: Monday, Oct. 10, lssaquah Jr. High Cafeteria. Enhance Your Self Esteem: Wednesdays, starting Oct. 12, Issaquah High School, 17 years and older. Beginning Guitar: Mondays, starting Oct. 10, 12 years and older. How to Free Cash Flow and Tax Dollars Immediately: Tuesdays, starting Oct. 4. Tax Strategy: Wed., Oct. 19 & 26, lssaquah Library. Italic Calligraphy: Tuesday evenings, starting Oct. 4, Mon- day mornings starting Oct. 3. Art Endeavors: Fridays, starting Oct. 7, for 4th-7th graders. Art Challenge: Tuesdays, starting Oct. 4, K-3rd grade. Beginning Ballet: Tuesdays, starting Oct. 4, 7-9 year olds. Issaquah School of Art offers Media Magic, Painting & Pantomime, Drawing & Design, Monster Make-up, Drawing & Painting, Open Studio, Mime and Improvisation, Young Writers Studio, Art Teas, Beginning Painting, Beginning Pan- tomime, Beginning Drawing, Call the Issaquah School of Art, 392-6500 or 392-5399 for further information, lssaquah Art Center will be offering pre-holiday workshops in Embossing for Fun, Macrame, Papermaking, Watercolor Workshop, Dough "Babies," Calligraphic Card Design, and Pottery. Contact the Issaquah Art Center at 392-4247 for further in- formation. Indians open season with a shutout Indians Debbie Brusius lssaquah Indians crushed the Eastside Catholic team 19-0 Friday night, September 9. Kirk Kriskovich, in his se- cond year as starting quarter- back, put the ball in the air 26 times and completed 16 passes for a total of 224 yards and two touchdowns, lssa- quah gained 129 yards rush- ing compared to Eastside Catholic's 43 yards. lssaquah's defense held the Eastside team to only 57 yards total. Eastside got only as far as Issaquah's 47 yard line, and that was in the first half. The Indians made their first touchdown in the second quarter with a four-yard run by Jeff Joyce. Joyce carried the ball 18 times for 75 yards. The second touchdown came with three seconds left in the first half. It was a 30-yard pass to Tim Killian. Killian caught three passes for 44 yards and Ron Evans had three for 56 yards. ISSAQUAH IN DIANS TAKE OT 5 i BOTHELL UGARS ISSAQUAH HIGH SCHOOL STAD IUM ISSAOUAH GLASS, INC. 1380 N.W. Mail Issaquah, 392-5333 JAY BERRY'S PIZZA & PASTA 385 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-0808 GRANGE SUPPLY, INC. 145 N.E. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-3029, 392-6469 WELCOME WAGON Helen Raid Issaquah, 392-7494 ST. REGIS FOREST PRODUCTS 5210 E. Lk. Sammamish PkwY. S.E. COME CHEER THE INDIANS ON TO CRUNCH THE COUGARS! DARIGOLD FARMS 611 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392--6463 GASLAMP TAVERN 1295 N.W. Mall Issaquah, 392-4547 ROLLIN' LOG TAVERN 50 E. Sunset Way Issaquah, 392-2964 LEWIS TRUE-VALUE HARDWARE 95 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-6919 KILLIAN'S CLEANERS Factoria Square & Hi-Lo Shopping Center 643-0993 & 392-3200 ISSAQUAH AUTOMOTIVE CENTER 1650 N.W. Mall Issaquah, 392-7020 POWERS INSURANCE 98 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-6453 ISSAQUAH FLORAL & GIFT SHOPPE 94 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-7566 HITCHMAN TRAILERS 1470 lgth Ave. N.W. Issaquah, 392-1205 c,,,, BILL'S CHEVRON 25 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah. 392-3020 DIET CENTER 110512th Ave. N.W. Issaquah, 392-9559 LEO'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE 901/2 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-5367 DOUG'S SHELL-MART Open 24 Hours 1605 N.W. Gilman Blvd. Issaquah, 392-7452 Issaquah, 392-3600 VILLAGE FAMILY MEDICAL CENTER Dr. L.J. Greenblatt FLINTOFT'S ISSAQUAH FUNERAL HOME Liberty Team Physician 540 E. Sunset Way 385 Front St. N. Issaquah, 392-6444 Issaquah, 392-8445 SPACE FOR THIS AD PROVIDED BY THE SPONSORS LISTED ABOVE i . Jeff Joyce runs in for an Indian touchdown. In the fourth quarter, lssa- quah punted the ball and Eastside Catholic fumbled the kick. lssaquah recovered it on the 25-yard line. Issa- quah used that chance to make another touchdown with a 10-yard pass to Kevin Landdeck. Sign up for horseshoe tourney The lssaquah Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring its 7th Annual Doubles Horseshoe Tourna- ment. The tournament is de- signed for sandlot caliber players. The event will be Saturday, Oct. l, l p.m. at the Issaquah Memorial Park. For registra- tion or information call 392- 7131. Listen for live Montg third in triathlon Issaquah Montgomery won in the high school at the Enumclaw last Saturday and place overall among participants. He participates school's and track teams. dent Scott Schaefer cond place in division. Boat continues September Licensing DirectOr Gonsalez said today owners of boats identification begin registering immediately at Auditor's offices or subagent offices. . Gonsalez salU numbers will be from the quarters in Olympia J October and hull plates will be owners to affix to boats, free of charge. September 30 is the line for boat Boats currently with the U.S. must be registered state by January 31, Failure to regista covered by the 1983 bill is punishable bY to $400. High School football... Sept. 15 Sept. 23 Sept. 30 Oct. 7 Oct. 14 Oct. 21 Oct. 28 Nov. 4 Mercer Island at Juanita Lake Washington at Juanita Juanita at Redmond Bothell at Lake Washington Bothell at Redmond Juanita at Sammamish Interlake at Redmond Ingi'emoor at Lake Washington Pre-game show 7:20 p.m. All game times 7:30 p.m. and Brigham Young football Sept. 17 Bowling Green Sept. 24 Air Force Oct. 1 U.C.L.A. Oct. 8 Wyoming Oct. 15 New Mexico Oct. 22 San Diego State Oct. 29 Utah State Nov. 5 U.T.E.P. Nov. 12 Colorado State Nov. 19 University of Utah 12:30 Pre-game show 30 minutes prior to game. 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 12:30 p.m. p.m. Be sure to tune in Thursday night for winners of the Kentucky Fried ChickeP SongwritingContest, at 6:00 p.m.