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Warm Springs, Oregon
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Chinmoy lifts "wings of steel"
i a baseball game between the Thrifty Drugs and the Braves on the Papoose field, the Thrifty Drugs won the
tame 10-11 in a close game.
Rat Pack nips Fire and Safety team
It was a battle between the big where the Rat Pack was able to league with only one loss for the
brothers, thats if you are two or come from behind to nip the Fire year.
three years old. as the"T" bailers and Safety 6-5. It was a squeaker The little guys played some heads
battled evenly until the last bat tor tne Kat racK wno now lead tne Up ball for their ages and size.
Sometimes its hard to tell whos on
each team especially when they put
on those batting helmets. You can
tell they are trying their very best as
when they hit the ball and take off
as fast as their legs can carry them,
they mean business and are trying
to win the game. Even with the lit
tle equipment some of them appear ,
as though all they can do is lilt the
bat. It was surprising to see them
field the ball on catching fly balls
and picking up those grounders.
By doing this shows that there will
be some good ball players in the
So far the Rat Pack lost only one
game and just managing to edge
out the Fire and Safety at a crucial
time. Coach Big Rat said that these
two teams were out to beat one
another, they were all fired up. The
Fire and Safety coached by Danny
Martinez showed some promise as
the whole team is experiencing first
contact with the game and a lot of
their losses were by just one point.
So for little as they are they do
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Known mostly for his stupend
ous efforts throughout the globe
for world peace, spiritual master
Sri Chinmoy has rested his vision
on new vistas in the world of
weightlifting. He recently lifted over
7,000 pounds with one arm.
That's right! While still capable
of "bringing down peace to make
others fly," Chimnoy has added
almost 4.000 pounds of "steel wings"
to lift an astonishing 7,000 pounds
of metal from his 3.08 1 pound lift
In only 19 months of training,
Chinmoy has leaped from lifting a
mere 40-pound dumbbell to lifting
7,000 pound "wings of steer. How
ever, these are not wings of mere
human strength, says Chimnoy.
"I wish to tell the world that the
other world the world of spirit
docs exist." says Chimnoy. "You
see, my physique is nothing in
comparison to a body builder. It
proves that the inner spiritual or
psychic power can be brought for
ward to be of great assistance to the
body. Peace does not always remain
inside. My wcightlifting isshowing
the strength of peace. I am not
competing with anybody. . .only
trying to inspire others to show
what inner peace can do. Every
thing has it. . .only it has to be
brought forward." Chimnoy con
cluded, saying "The credit for the
feat of strength must go to God."
Although his background lies in
spiritual discipline, Chimnoy's
intense practice of inner medita-
Sisters rodeo "
a big hit
tion since the age of 13 has led to
his incredible capacity for embody
ing spiritual light and power. It is
only through sheer spiritual power,
Chimnoy says, that such a feat
could ever be delivered. Now human
strength could supply it.
Chinmoysapplies this same light
force when helping mankind in the
struggle and search for peace. He
currently holds directorship for
peace meditations at the United
Nations. U.S. Congress and the
According to the British Ama
teur Weightlifting Association
registrar of records Jim Smith,"As
far as I know, that's the greatest
weight anyone has ever held over
head with one arm or two. I don't
think anybody can fully appreciate
the ability and capacity of this
man. Sri Chinmoy is truly the
eighth wonder of the world."
Chinmoy has also lifted an ele
phant, an airplane, a sailboat, a
helicopter, a small house and cars
and trucks using a modified calf
Chinmoy is drawing upon inner
resources by using concentrative
power willpower. 1 hereby, through
tapping these sources and bringing
them forward, he has enabled him
self to become the prize winning
guru with uplifting spiritual power.
The preceding article and photo
were submitted by Nityata Makielski
of Tempe, Arizona. For further
information contact her at 1603
East Campus Drive, Tempe, Ariz
ona 85282 or phone her at (602)
Sri Shinmoy recently lifted over 7,000 pounds with one arm.
Get ready for the action
In the "T" ball game, a Fire and Safety batter makes ready to belt one out
in the field. The Rat Pack won the game, 6-5.
Scott wins barrels at White Swan rodeo
Bridgette Scott, 18-year-old daugh- White All-Indian Rodeo in Washing-
ter of Gordon and Brenda Scott of ton during the weekend of June 6
Warm Springs, took the top monies and 7. Bridgette had a total of 37.0
and honors for barrel racing at the for two runs on the barrels. She
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Bridgette Scott (right) with her father Gordon Scott (left) end brother
Gordon Scott, Jr. (center) at the W hite Swan Rodeo June f and 7, she
won first in the barrel racing. While her father placed in the team roping.
managed to shut out second place
runner up Gypsy Williams by just
four-tenths of a second.
Winner of the "all-around cow
boy" title went to Fred Williams of
Schurz, Nevada, who earned a total
of $2,032 placing in team roping
and cow milking.
Total payout for the White Swan
was a total of $24,336. The rodeo
was sanctioned by Western States
Indian Rodeo Association and was
sponsored by the Yakima Indian
Listed are the winners of the
Saddle Bronc 1 . Dave Best, total
or 143; 2. Phillip Whiteman, 139; 3.
Shawn Best, 138; and 4. Sidney
Bareback I. & 2. split, Shawn
Best and Mike Brown, 140; 3.
Shane Olney. 1 27; 4. Gary Sam, 69.
Bull Riding-1. Dave Best. 153
total; 2. Monty Rowland, 148; 3.
Shawn Best, 145; and 4. Pete John
Calf Roping-1 . Terry Pitts. 23. 1 2;
2. Rodney Hibbs. 35.29; 3. Spike
Guardipee, 12.63; and 4. John Cly
Team Roping I. Roger Willi
ams and Fred Williams, 16.13; 2.
Mike Loring and Ken Augure,
1 8.42; 3. Spike Guardipee and Sam
Bird, 20. 1 9; 4. KenWhyteand Dan
Cow Milking I. Fred Williams,
35.24 total; 2. Mel Joseph, 43.29; 3.
Randy Rogers, 48.57; and 4. Dan
Steer Wrestling I. Terry Pitts,
12.01; 2. Darrin Thomas. 12.67; 3.
Byron Cheney, 16.68; and 4. Ron
Barrel Racing 1. Bridgette Scott,
37.0 total; 2. Gypsy Williams. 37.4:
3. and 4. split. Sharon Covington,
and Rosie Dove. 37.6.
Wild Horse Rice Saturday. I.
Edison Yaizie team and 2. Tom
Waters team ; Sunday. 1. Buck
Smith team and 2. Edison Yaziie
: The acclaimed, "Biggest Little
Rodeo"held in Sisters, Oregon this
past weekend drew a number of
top cowboys in the area for a fast
and furious rodeo with the Sombrero
Rodeo Stock, of Sisters, producing
plenty of wild action.
Jason Smith and team won the
Wildhorse race event there which
was the only local name to place in
any event. Jason Smith team the
Worlds Champions in the wildhorse
for the past two years have been
doing very good for themselves so
far this year. Smith will probably
travel to St. Paul the world famous
rodeo to defend his title in the
wildhorse race that he won last
year during the 4th of July rodeo.
Ron Hall of Redmond roped
and tied his calf in 8.9 seconds
tying the arena record set several
years ago. While an Eastland, Texas,
cowboy topped the field for the all
around cowboy title. Rain came at
the closing performance cooling
down what was a hot afternoon as
the show ended with plenty of
mud, causing some of the timed
events to slow down considerably
because of bad footing.
The first annual Warm Springs
Pee Wee Rodeo held May 23 and
24 at the Warm Springs Rodeo
arena was termed a success by all
who attended the two-day rodeo.
Winners of the rodeo were: Senior
bareback Jasper Florendo; Pee
wee calf bucking T.R. Wilson;
Junior pole bending Kenny Wag
ner; Senior pole bending Kim Cole
man; Peewee pole bending Travis
Woolman; Junior pony bucking
Mike Ramonie; Peewee goat tail
tying Chele Hortachoke; Peewee
pony bucking Ross Coleman; Ju
nior Bull Riding Brian Barker;
Senior barrel racing Shana John
son; Junior barrel racing Letty
Brown; Peewee barrel racing Tra
vis Woolman; and Senior bull riding
All around awards went to: Senior
boy Jasper Florendo; Senior Girl
Kim Coleman; Junior girl Toby
Bolken; Junior boy Mike Rom
ine; Peewee girl Trista Sharp; and
Peewee boy T.R. Wilson.
Charley Spino was selected as
queen of the Warm Springs Junior
Rodeo court with Roselynn Scott
as princess. A Senior Citizen court
was also selected with Ada Sook-
soit being the 1 987 queen. On Queen
Ada's court were princesses Ade
line Miller and Christine Tom.
For an action packed of thrills
and spills and gaiety, come and
attend the 1 2th annual Warm Springs
Rodeo Association's Pi-Ume-Sha
All-Indian Rodeo, June 27 and 28,
here in Warm Springs, Oregon.
The events include the Saddle
bronc, bareback, bull riding, calf
roping, team roping, steer wrest
ling, sr. barrel racing, wild cow
milking, wild horse race, jr. barrel
race and calf riding. There will be a
purse of $500.00 in each event
except for the Jr. Barrel race and
calf riding which the purse will be
$75.00. The entry fee is $50.00 per
event, with the bull riding open to
the first 32 paid entries only. The
entry fee is $50.00 per man, $ 100.00
per team in the team roping with
two loops, and must enter as a
team. The Wild Horse Race the
entry fee is $90.00 per team for 16
'.earns. The Jr. Barrel Race entry
fee $8.00 for 12 year old and under
with the purse of $75.00. The Calf
riding entry fee is $8.00 for 12 year
old and under with the purse of
The books open June 19, 1987 at
8:00 a.m. and close June 20, at 5:00
p.m. Phone entries call (503) 553
1482. Call back, June 23, from 6 to
9 p.m. Only WSIRA members can
phone entries; others must make
arrangements with WSIRA rodeo
secretary. Mail entries (payable to
the Warm Springs Rodeo Associa
tion), and send to Ginger Smith,
Rodeo Secretary, P.O. Box 541,
Warm Springs, Oregon 97761. Mail
entries must be received no later
than June 20, 1987 at 5 p.m. Local
hometown cowboys and permittees
must have their entries paid by 5:00
p.m. on June 20, no personal checks,
pay by cash or money orders only,
no Canadian currency accepted.
There will be no free passes issued.
Rodeo admission, adults $4.00,
children under 12 $2.00, senior
citizens free. A buckaroo breakfast
Sunday morning June 28, at 7 a.m.
at the rodeo arena $3.50 per plate,
sponsored by the Warm
Springs Rodeo Association. Plenty
of concessions on the grounds, the
Rodeo Committee not responsible
for theft or damages.
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One of the last sports activities for the school year includes the annual
track meet for elementary schools of the area. Students compete in events
from the 109-yard-dash to the long-jump.