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The lssaquah Press, Wednesday, October 19, 1983 -Page 9 d S y Sp swimmers set Tlve mee recor s at oc00e e rints 15-18 year old girls set Fish set two meet records, Salazar, A. Roberts, V. Phillips, 9-10: 50 yd. Back: Ist, K. Montreuil. records at the 8th one in the 50 Fly with a 1:25.54. 200yd. Medley Relay:2nd, L. Braun, 30.50"; 2nd, G. F'ish, 30.83; 4th, J. 50yd. Breast: lst, S. Volk, 41.20. 25 yd. Fly: 5th, L. Mix, 20.12; 6th, V. C. Phillips, A. Schaefer, A. Norton, Braun, 34.21. 50 yd. Free: 2nd, S. Volk, 32.83. Sockeye Sprints held 28.96, and one in the 50 Free Phillips, 20.14. 2:43.78. 50 yd. Breast: 1st, 1.. Montreuil, 8th at the Julius with a 26.04. Kristen Mon- 25yd. Back:3rd, LMix, 20.59;4th, 50yd. Fly:4th, L. Braun, 36.27. 35.12; 2nd, J. Braun, 36.35; 3rd, G. 11-12: A. Roberts, 21.14; 6th, V. Phillips, 50yd. Back:3rd, L. Braun, 36.11. Fish, 36.97. 200 yd. Medley Relay: 2nd, I). The 200-med- treuil set a meet record in the 21.38. 50 yd. Breast: 4th, C. Phillips, 42.07; 50 yd. Free: Ist, G. Fish, 26.04; 3rd, Salazar, B. Schaefer, E. Mix, M. Lucas, team and 200 free 50 Back with a 30.50. There 25 yd. Breast: 5th, L. Mix, 25.09; 5th, L. Braun, 43.02. L. Montreuil, 28.25; 4th, J. Braun, 2:30.67. each set a record were eight teams represented 6th, R. Jamieson, 26.70. 50 yd. Free: 3rd, L. Braun, 32.97. 28.77; 6th, K. Montreuil, 29.29. 50 yd. Fly: 2nd, E. Mix, 29.35. 25 yd. Free: 2nd, L. Mix, 16.40; 3rd, 200 yd. Free Relay: 2nd, A. Norton, 200 yd. Free Relay: 1st, G. Fish, J. 50 yd. Back: 3rd, E. Mix, 32.61. Fish, Julie with awards given for 1st v. Phillips, 17.44; 5th, A. Roberts, A. Schaefer, L. Braun, C. Phillips, Braun, K. Montreuil, L. Montreuil, 50yd. Breast:2nd, E. Mix, 35.87. ,Laurie Montreuil and through 6th place. 17.50. 2:33.87. 1:53.05.. 50yd. Free: lsl, E. Mix, 26.90. Montreuil doing the GIRLS RESULTS: 100 yd. Free Relay: Ist, S. Johnston, " Meet Record 200 yd. Free Relay: 3rd, E. Mix, D. N. Salazar, R. Jamieson, V. Phillips, 11-12: Whitlock, M. Lucas, D. Salazar, for both events. 8-Under: 1:31.00. 200 yd. Medley Relay: 2nd, J. Nor- BOYS RESULTS: 2:28.58. IOOyd. Medley Relav: Ist. L. Mix, N. ton, A. Krastins, K. Kennedy, M. 8-Under Green, 2:20.57. 25 yd. Back: 3rd, J. Dils, 26.72. Dept. aerobics class to join for Heart Association relatives and friends to spon- sor them in an event that is designed to create public awareness of the value of dance/exercise and cardio- respiratory fitness as well as support Heart Association programs. Aerobics is a specific form of exercise that increases the ability of muscles to use oxy- gen and enables the body to work more efficiently. Per- formed regularly, aerobic ex- ercise can improve blood cir- culation, reduce tension, and help control body weight. In 50yd. Fly:6th, J. Norton, 34.51. 25 yd. Breast: 3rd, Jay Donaldson, 50 yd. Back: 3rd, K. Kennedy, 35.39; 21.62; 4th, Jeff Donaldson, 23.72; 6th, 6th, J. Norton, 36.52. A. Scontrino, 27.99. 50 yd. Breast: 4th, K. Kennedy, 25 yd. Free: 2nd, Jay Donaldson, 37.91. 16:41; 4th, Jeff Donaldson, 18.24; 5th, 50 yd. Free: 5th, K. Kennedy, 27.93. A. Soon!ring, 18.54. I(X) yd. Free Relay: Is!, A. Scontrino, 15-18: J. Donaldson, M. Scontrino, J. 200 yd. Medley Relay: 1st, K. Mon- Donaldson, 1:15.73. treuil, L. Montreuil, J. Braun, G. Fish, 2:02.21". 50 yd. Fly: 1st, G. Fish, 28.96*; 3rd, J. Braun, 30.71. Clark, widow artificial heart re- ' has been named Chairperson for Goes On" to the American Heart of Washington. Dance/Exer- in the State of on November 2 during the Issaquah aerobic dancer- Lake Jr. High. be participat- fund rais- Students will ask cross country beats Tyee 19:02; Matt Evans fifth, 19:03; John Husman sixth, 19:16; and Jeff Haas eighth, 20:21. For boys J.V., Shane Morris first, 19:57; Todd Stubbs second, 20:53; Kevin Stubbs third, 20:54; and Jim Kemp fourth, 21:30. The girls also had excellent performances as they easily outdistanced Tyee with a boys cross coun- Tyee 15-49 13. With the first constituting a team, Liberty had no as it swept the first fin the varsity race. b'irien was first in Posey second, Sherwood third, Joe Easley fourth, 's Soccer has addition to trimming and 9-10: firming the body, it also 50yd. Fly:2nd, S. Volk, 36.52. strengthens and conditions 50yd. Back: 2nd, S. Volk, 42.49. the heart. Mrs. Clark will be speak- ing at the "Main Event" which will take place on No- vember 6th at the Bellevue Red Lion Inn. For more information, contact Anne McGill Thompson at 392- 5642, the Issaquah Park Dept. at 392-7131, or the American Heart Association of Washington at (206) 632- 6881. score of 14-22. Doree Arm- strong was first in 21:24; Kim Hazard second, 22:21; Lisa Muno fifth, 24:26; and Michelle Logan sixth, 24:52. It was a particularly good race by Hazard who missed the first three meets of the season due to a possible stress fracture. Doree Armstrong meeting Washington State and players will be held Mon- Soccer Association day, November 7 at 7 p.m., Bellevue Rock Club GEM& MINERAL SHOW 13-14: 50 yd. Fly: 2nd, C. Lemley, 29.12: 3'rd, S. Schaefer, 29.29. 50 yd. Back: 4th, C. I.emley, 32.84; 5th, S. Schaefer, 33.26. 50 yd. Breast: 1st, S. Schaefer, 33.82; 2nd, C. Lemley, 33.86. 50 yd. Free: 2nd, C. Lemley, 26.12; 4th, S. Schaefer, 26.67. 15-18: 50 yd. Back: 5th, R. Dodgson, 31.53; 6th, W. Lemley, 32.74. 50 yd. Breast: 5th, W. Lemley, 34.23. Margarine IMPERIAL Cube REFRIGERA TED FOODS  p . M,NUTE MA,O 64 a, s , 9 1 uncn Chilled ..................... Ctn. g 16-az. Sour Cream Locoroe ............ Ctn 79' g 64-az. Buttermilk L ................... Ctn. 89  t.,. s2o9 Cube Butter OAR,OL0 .............. 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ALL NEW ,n in the country, is i Staring new teams Join the fun as the eleventh VASA i ers for the spring season opens with the gnnual PARK i:  Jamboree in Marymoor Park Rocks--Gems--Jewelry I Lapidary Demonstrations i :ing for new teams on February 25-26. FREEADMISSION at us ,nsWerphone. ay&FAL"CIESr, Bath Tissue dr ,IIII,. dk Letter IF'meier), I 195 Front St. N. 392-4194 WEIG HT g Heinz Ketchup ............. ;,i; $11  WINE AND BEER PLATEAUS Corn Bran QUAKER .............. Ba* , rranzla Chenin Blanc ar Cobernet ..... 3 ',; s ! 0 You're so excited about .... CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE FINAL CLEARANCE SALE your new diet. For the last several weeks, the pounds have been practically falling off your body. Who wouldn't be ecstatic? Then, although you followed your diet, you quit shedding that extra weight. The cause: the dreaded plateaul And no matter how faithfully you stay on your diet, the pounds still won't come off. This plateau may continue for a few days or several weeks. 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' 39' Prices effective Wednesday,October 19th thru Tuesday, October 25, 1983. Sales in retail quantities only.