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PAfiR 6 June 26, 1992
The 1 8ih Annual Treaiv Da v j All-
Indian Rodeo is set for June 27, 28,
1992, to be held in the Warm Springs
Rodeo Association Arena, the daily
performances to start at 1:00 p.m.
daily. This isa multi-sanctioned show
by WS1RA, RMIRA and the AIRCA.
There will be the seven major
events which include: saddle bronc,
bareback, bull riding, steer wrestling,
calf roping, team roping (2 loops
enter twice), and Sr.. barrel racing.
All events one go. There is no limit to
any one event, with a $500.00 added
purse, and the entry fee is $50.00.
Special events arc: the breakaway
roping; Jr.. barrels (14 and under);
calf scramble (10 years and under).
The entry fee is $50.00 for the
breakaway roping which also has an
added $500.00. Jr. barrels 1 go entry
fee $30.00, with $100.00, purse
The award for All-around, is a
annual fun run
The Recreation Department wilt
be sponsoring the Annual Fun Run in
conjunction with the Jefferson
County Fair on Saturday, July 25
beginning at 8:30 a.m. at Sahalcc
Park in Madras. The event will be a
4.75 mile competitive run as well as
a 1.0 mile fun runwalk. Entry fee
will be $3 per entry, and each entry
will receive a visor, and raffle ticket
for a drawing of various prizes do
natcd by local merchants. Day of the
race registration will begin at 8 a.m.
Pre-rcgistration will be at the Rcc
rcation office Monday through Fri
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to offer 18th year of
saddle to the high money winner.
Money won in the wildhorse race
cannot be included toward the all
around title. There will be buckles in
all standard events and prizes for the
The stock contractor is the Bud
Prinz, P-9, rodeo stock from
Terrebonne, OR. Stock that has gone
to the National finals rodeo in Las
Vegas, Nevada. The man behind the
mike is that ever popular announcer
throughout the northwest Jake
Crossmillcr, of The Dalles, Oregon.
A Vernon "Jughcad" Suppah,
Open Memorial Wild Horse Race is
set with wild horses right off the
range here in Warm Springs. This is
limited to 32 teams with the entry fee
of $200.00 per team and $500.00
added purse. One go round with a
finals and the top two teams from
each go will vie for thechampionship.
This is open to all, non Indians as
WSAA hosts slowpitch
The Warm Springs Athletic As
sociation will be hosting their annual
Pi-Ume-Sha slowpitch softball tour
nament which will be held June 26,
27, and 28 in conjunction with the Pi-Umc-Sha
Treaty Days Celebration.
The tournament will take place at the
Warm Springs Community Center
Fields in Warm Springs, Oregon. It
will consist of 16mcn'stcamsandl6
women's teams and will be a true
double elimination. The entry fee is
The awards for first place with be
13 championship windbrcakcrs, sec
ond place will be 1 3 sweatshirts, third
and Warm Springs simmers, youngsters take to water to keep their cool
Warm Springs, Oregon
well as the Indian contestants. Belt
Buckles to the winners. Phone Rodeo
secretary to enter. Sponsored by the
Franklin Suppah family.
Office charges: Sr. events are
$6.00, Jr. events arc $3.00. The wild
horse race stock fee is $10.00 and
office charge $5.00. AH entry fees
must be paid before the books close.
Absolutely no exceptions!
Slack will be run Saturday after
show and if necessary 8 a.m Sunday
morning. Plenty of concessions on
the grounds. Admission is $5.00 for
adults, $3.00 children 6-12 yrs. and
Senior citizens (65 & over) free. The
Warm Springs Rodeo Association is
not responsible for thefts, accidents
injury or divorces to anyone partici
pating in any way.
There will be a Buckaroo Break
fast Saturday and Sunday mornings
at the Agency Longhousc, 6 a.m. to
1 1 a.m., charge $4 .00 a plate. All you
tourney June 26-28
through fifth places will be awarded
13 T-shirts. Twelve all stars will be
?;ivcn out, a M.V.P. award, best in
icldcr and outfielder awards and
To name some of the teams that
will be present are: Silctz, Oregon;
Hoopa, California; Tahola, Wash
ington; 4 teams from the Yakima
Valley Reservation; Portland, Or
egon; 2 teams from Pendleton, Or
egon; a team from Browning, Mon
tana; and some local teams. There
are some good teams around and
have seen action at the tourney just
completed at White Swan, Washington.
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The Warm Springs Papooses completed their season with one win, thirteen lost, and a one tie record. Pictured above,
Mckinley Lopez begins to tag out Christian Church player, as his brother Carlos looks on.
West tops East all stars
Scott Moses contributed well for
the East All Star basketball team
scoring 14 points, to be the second
high for the team, and Ryan Boyle
added 8 points as both Madras players
were instrumental during the game
played in the Linfield Gym, in
The West team won the game 1 02
86, and had control of the game
throughout They led at the end of the
first quarter 25-20, and as the half
time intermission came around they
were ahead 46-37. In the third quar
ter they jumped out to a 71-57 lead
and were never in any trouble at that
point. In the final quarter the game
went pretty even but the West team
First annual all-Indian
There will be a First Annual All
Indian Co-ed Softball Tourney
scheduled for July 11, 12, 1992 at the
Community Center ballfields. The
Tournament will be open to the first
11-15 teams to submit their entry fee
of $175.00. Entry fee deadline is set
for Wednesday July 8th, so that the
bracket can be set up.
Awards include; 12 Champion
ship jackets, 12 Runner-up hooded
sweatshirts, 12 3rd Place crewneck
sweatshirts, 12 4th place T-shirts.
Most Valuable Player - menwomen,
All-stars - menwomen, Team
On Saturday, June 27, at 8:00 am.,
the Warm Springs Reservation Run
ners will be sponsoring the 1 1th an
nual Pi-Ume-Sha Run. It will begin
and end at the Warm Springs Com
munity Center Parking Lot in Warm
Springs, Oregon. The course will be
2.5 miles and 10K and includes flat
stretches with roller coaster hills.
Water stations will be located
throughout the course.
Entry fees: $10 pre-register, $12
on race day, no T-shirt and club
Divisions: (MaleFemale) Under
10, 10-14 years, 15-19 years, 20-24
years, 25-29 years, 30-34 years, j5-
The Papooses of the WarmSprings
Little League baseball team were on
a building year with a lot of young
boys who were getting their first year
at Little League action. This year
their record wasn't too impressive
but the experience is valuable for the
There were only about four or five
1 2-year-old boys on the Papoose team
with previous experience. This
showed up during the game as most
of the players were new. The team
had some good games all along with
some good leads only to lose the
:ame in the late innings of the game,
t's not unusual for a young player to
get riled up and excited and make
out scored the East team 31-29, for
the final score of 102-86.
Leading score for the winners was
Bill Dautt 15, Levretts 13, Dixon,
Jauriqui and Wilson each had 11,
Klosterman 10, Dustin and
Hcuberger 9 apiece, Mcllheney 7,
Norgaard 4, Hale and Mulder 2 each.
Scoring for the East team was
Jason Dunn 18,ScottMoses 14, Eaton
12, Wilcox 9, Ryan Boyle 8, Nipp 7,
Gray 6, Nord 5, Basque 3, Baxter and
Stubbs 2 apiece and Richardson. .
The All Star teams are picked
from all the 3-A class schools from
across the state and are selected by
the Coaches Association.
co - ed tourney scheduled
Sportsmanship, and based on entries
- the "At least we tried" award. Vis
iting teams will have showers avail
able in the morning of the two day
event. Camping will be allowed be
hind the Community Center.
For more information regarding
the tournament please contact: Aus
tin Greene, P.O. Box 428, Warm
Springs, Oregon 9776 1 , or call (503)
messages during workiag hours.
Entry fee's accepted in money order
or cashier's check only.
set for Saturday
39 years, 40-44 years, 45-49 years,
50-54 years, 55-59 years, 60-over.
Overall male and female winners will
receive awards. 1 st through 3rd place
male and female finishers in each
division will receive ribbons.
Registration will open at approxi
mately 6:45 a.m. on the day of the
race and will close at 7:45 a.m. .
Mail-in entries can be sent to
Warm Springs Reservation Runners,
P.O. Box 1140, Warm Springs, Or
egon 97761. Make checks or money
orders payable to the Warm Springs
Reservation Runners. Please do not
wrong decisions during a game. But
as time passes they realize what went
wrong and with the advice of the
coach things start to pan out.
Coaching the young boys takes a lot
of patience along with the coaching
chores. But all the coaches enjoy
working with the young kids each
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