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During the Treaty Days Rodeo,
Fry Bread Open held at
The 18th annual Kah-Nee-Ta
Fry Bread Open Golf Tournament
was held June 23 and 24 at the
Kah-Nee-Ta course. The results
are as follows:
Gross 183, Madeline Queahpa
ma; 187, Susan Esahleman; 189,
Macys, Lapwai take first
The 12th Annual Pi-Ume-Sha
Slow pitch softball tournament was
held in conjunction with the Treaty
Days celebration. The tournament
was divided into both mens and
Macy's were the champions of
the mens section. Their all stars
were Joe Ball and Bill Quempts of
Pendleton. Second place was
Taholah Starrs. Rich Underwood
and Tom Grover were all stars
from Taholah. Siletz placed third
with Bristrol Bayya and Wuzzie
Case selected as the all stars. Hoopa
Night Spirits took the fourth
place title while Randy Robbins
and Monty received all stars. Pen
dleton Mission was fifth with Buck
and Brooker Jones as all stars.
Gary Pierce from Yakima, also
received an all star.
Most Valuable Player went to
Joe Ball. Sportsmanship was the
Mill team. Best Infielder was given
to Wuzzie Case of Siletz while the
Register for softball marathon
Register now for the 7th annual
Easter Seal Softball Marathon to
be held on August 4, at Skyline
Park in Bend.
Each team plays 3 one-hour
games against teams of similar a
bility - lots of fun, and lots of
prizes. All kinds of teams - business,
league, families and friends, organ
ized and unorganized - are wel
come to play.
SIGN UP NOW!! Registration
is limited to 30 teams. Registration
is $200.00 per team. All team
members will receive baseball caps.
If your team raises $325 you get
hats and sunglasses. If you raise
$500 or more you get hats, sun-
It's baseball reason and I w ill see
many of you on tiif ballfields this
summer. I hope that everyone
plays fair, has fun and plays safe
Prevent accidents and enjoy yor
season. If any parents or coaches
are interested, the dental clinic has
a small handout on what to do in
dental emergencies. This may
come in handy and we encourage
you to pick one up to have on hand
just in case.
several cowboys had some tough luck during the roping events and came
N It 145, Gari Kirk; 146, Sherri
Olson. 150, Fran Pahl, Barbara
Mens 0-10 Handicap
Gross 147, George Raimer; 150,
Al Estimo; 151, Louie Pitt, Tom
Net 143, Allen Phillips, Terry
Souza, Helmet Sucher, Peter
best Outfielder was Pendletons'
For the womens division Lapwai
Nationettes took the title. Roley
and Angel McCormick were the
team's all stars. Bravettes of Warm
Springs were the runner-up with
the two all stars being Wanda
Jiminez and June Smith, The NW
Swingers of Yakima were third
while Karen Lily and Desi Lu Suis
con were the all stars. Lummi
Washington placed fourth with
Karen Fryberg and Heather being
the all stars. Toholah, also in the
top five had Freda and Valorie as
all stars. Other all stars were Lona
of Chiloquin and Lana Adams of
Mary McCormick of Lapwai
Nationettes was named Most Val
uable Player of the tourney. The
sportsmanship award went to Uma
tilla. Angel McCormick of Lapwai
was chosen as the Best Infielder
and Bravette Lynn Tanewasha was
chosen the Best Outfielder.
glasses and t-shirts and coolers.
The top team raising over $1500
will win the GRAND PRIZE, an
all day raft trip for the entire team
by Rapid River Rafters!! (Plus all
the other fun prizes).
Register now and get your first
choice of time slot. $50 deposit will
hold your spot. Call Easter Seals
for more information, 389-9889.
The photo finish of the Endurance Race where Sorman Thomas just
edged Joyce Suppah for first place. Reggie Winishut captured the event
via polaroid camera.
Warm Springs, Oregon
Kah - Nee - Ta
Gross 158, Paul Williams; 162,
Rex Miller; 168, Everett Miller;
170. Eiel Eielson.
Net 130, James Conner; 134, Russ
Phillips; 137, Gary Davies, 144,
Gross 173, James Matheny; 180
Harold Good; 186, Les Wallin;
190, Norm Olson.
Net 143, Zane Jackson; 144, Jim
Willis, Gary Paytom; 152, Stan
The endurance race turned out
to be a thriller at the finish line as it
was a photo finish, almost a dead
heat. Norman Thomas just nosed
out Joyce Suppah at the finish line
as judges Bernard Topash and Jim
Noteboom were right on top of
things at the finish line. A photo
taken by Reggie Winishut as the
riders crossed the finish line clearly
indicated the winner.
It was almost a re-run for third
place as a father and son were
charging for the finish line when
the horse lost its footing and fell
with Darol Pamperein, as his father
Cliff Pamperein crossed the finish
line taking third place and his son
getting fourth, and Robert Heath
came in fifth. There were 10 entered
in the gruelling race in the adult
division, others running out of the
money were Lillie Suppah, Joe
Scott, Delvis Heath, Eydie Swit
zler, and Shane Olney.
The juniors provided plenty of
action as ther course was five miles
and they came in well ahead of the
The following are the results of
First place Norman Thomas,
50:49:90. He won a colt, donated
by Gordon Scott, Sr., a satin jacket,
buckle, beaded rein and breast col
lar set and $375 (50 percent of the
Second place Joyce Suppah,
up empty to take no time.
Barbeque scheduled for Little Leaguers
The Warm Springs Recreation
Department is sponsoring the Sec
ond Annual Season's End Little
League Barbeque. The Barbeque
will be held on Thursday July 5 at
6:00 p.m. at the picnic area directly
behind the Community Center.
The potluck is for all Little League
participants from T-ball through
Senior Little League and their fam
ilies. The following is a list of
potluck items that each member of
each team is asked to bring:
of finish decides Endurance Race
50:49:90. She won a satin jacket,
buckle, blanket and $225 (30 per
cent of the jackpot.)
Third place Cliff Pamperein,
53:28:59. He won a satin jacket,
beaded coin purse, $150 (20 per
cent of the jackpot) and a blanket.
Fourth place Daryl Pamperein,
534450. He won a satin jacket,
beaded coin purse and a beaded
t'dyie Switzler makes it across the
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Anson Bcgay takes the Ail
Around championship at thcannual
Pi-Umc-Sha Treaty Days rodeo.
Begay won the steer wrestling with
the time of 4.85, and done well in
the roping events.
The Pi-Ume-Sha rodeo provided
plenty of action from the stock
furnished by the Prinz Rodeo Pro
ducers of Sisters, Oregon. Ken
Grossmillcr, a well-noted rodeo
announcer handled the chores at
the mic The action was fast and
wild. The stock almost out did the
cowboys as there were only two
qualified bareback rides and one in
the saddle bronc. The bulls handled
the cowboys 100 percent as no one
made a qualified ride.. .for that mat
ter there was not a ride made as all
riders bit the dust.
The barrel racers tuned in some
record times as the girls went right
at it. All rode well trained barrel
racing horses. The weather was
ideal rodeo weather and the fans
turned out to see the wild action.
The dates conflictd with other shows
across the country and a lot of
rough stock riders were not pres
ent. This was a Western States
Indian Rodeo Association sanc
tioned rodeo and all points made
here helps each contestant toward
the National Finals in Albuquerque,
New Mexico in November. The
roping stock were from Sidwalter
Flat. The wild horses were from
Buck Smith. The Warm Springs
hamburger Rec. Dept.
hamburger buns Rec. Dept.
chips Angels-Major girls
juice Tom Kats(T-Ball)
pork & beans . .Stars-Minor girls
melons Braves-Fire Safety
ketchup must. .. Sr girls softball
salads .... Fillies Chiefs Starlets
pickles Little Bucks
sliced cheese Papooses
Fifth place Robert Heath,
58:15:85. He won a satin jacket.
1st place Flint Scott, 12:47. He
won a buckle, $37.50 (50 percent of
the jackpot) and a windbreaker.
Second place Chet VanPelt,
12:51. He won $22.50 (30 percent
of the jackpot and a T-Shirt.
finish line after the long ride during
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Rodeo Association worked hard to
get this fine show underway which
was quite a success dispite the short
notice. The following are the results
of the rodeo.
Wfldhorse Race First go: 1st
Edison Yazzic; 2nd Tim Sohappy
and 3rd, Shane Olncy. Second go:
1st Shane Olney. 39.18; 2nd Tim
Sohappy, 47. 10; 3rd Eldred Frank,
1:03.66. Average: 1st Shane Olney,
75.97; 2nd Tim Sohappy, 83.88.
Bareback 1st Jeff Thrasher, 68;
2nd Shane Olney, 67.
Bull Riding No qualified rides,
eround snlit six wavs.
Calf Roping 1st Bob Joseph, 1 4.48;
2nd Joe Claymo, 14.80; 3rd Ed
Harry,21.01; 4th Cort Herrera,
Steer Wrestling I st Anson Begay,
4.85; 2nd Cort Herrera, 4.85; 3rd
Mel Joseph, 7.76.
Barrel Race 1st Crystal Colli
flower, 15.67; 2nd Marilyn Colli
flower, 15.97; 3rd Cory Clements,
16.34; 4th Joan Shaw, 16.49.
Wild Cow Milking-1st Frank
Reese, 29.88; 2nd Gary Rogers,
42.71; 3rd Ken Peppers, 44.62; 4th
Ralph Rogers, 57.12.
Team Roping 1 st Ed Harry, John
Metlock; 6.42; 2nd Anson Begay.
Fred Herrera, 6.51; 3rd Melvin
Joseph, Ken Peppers, 7.87; 4th
John Metlock, Todd Cline, 8.51;
5th Carroll Palmer, Roger Fiander,
9.34; 6th Ed Harry, Ken Peppers,
mayonnaise Sr. Boys
Also included in the potluck
would be issuing of team pictures,
and awards. There will also be a
dance following for all ballplayers
by the Recreation Department
from 8:30 to 1 1:00 p.m. Admission
is a uniform return prior to or dur
ing the dance.
For moie information contact
the Recreation Department at 553
1361, or Ext 3243. Thank you.
Third place Israel Scott, 1 2:58.
He won $15 (20 percent of the
jackpot) and a T-Shirt.
Stick Horse Race:
Fastest Horse, Brenda Scott;
Most Beautiful Mare, Eliza Brown;
Studded Stallion, Bernard Topash;
Youngest Racer, Jolene George;
Funniest and Second Fastest, James
the Endurance Race.