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Warm Springs, Oregon
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Jefferson County selecting all-star team
The Jefferson County Liulc League
U having the try-outs lor the JC All
Star team which will participate in the
district tournament for the Major's
All the team coaches from the league
have submitted names from their teams
as prospective team membes and to
date they have not made a selection, so
their first task is to make the usual cuts
to get down to the required number of
There were seven teams in the league
and all the coaches have submitted a
list of boys of their choice of who they
thought should turnout for the team.
Two teams from Warm Springs were
the uulc Bucks and the Papooses. Oth
ers in the league were the Insurance
Mart, Rotary, Christian Church, Cul
ver and Kiwanis. There are a total of 34
boys selected to try out and the group
will be trimmed down to the required
14 players for (he district tournament
which will be held here in Madras this
year, during the month of July.
The Warm Springs hopefuls trying
out for a spot on the team arc from the
Papooses, Joseph Martinez, Jake
Harding, Jessie Reese, McKinlcy
Lopez, and Brandon Smith.
From the LiuJe Bucks are Jcrcd
Moses, Isreal Scott, William Spino,
MiCheal Jackson and Chns Clements.
The coaches selected to coach the team
arc Mike Lcno, whocoached the Chris
tian Church team and Austin Greene
whocoached the Papooses
Competition is always tough in this
district and the Jefferson County teem
has its work cut out for its self.
Ramone named all-around champion
Little Bucks baseball team post after their last game In Madras In which they tied with the Kiwanis team. Score
of the game was 20 to 20. Team players are: (left to right) Back ro w- Isreal Scott, Chris Clements, Jered Moses,
William Splno, Coach Rudy Clements; Front row-Michael Jackson, Mario Smith and Derek Morris.
Ihc Maupin Invitational Mcn'sSlo
Pitch Tourney is set for August 6-8 in
Maupin. Eight teams are guaranteed
with entry fee for each team at $ 1 50.00.
Call Jim Burgcu at 395-2243 for more
information, or write Burgcu at P.O.
Box 4, Maupin, Or 97037.
State Games of Oregon Jr. Olympics Basketball
July 10, 1993
Mt. Scott Community Center, Portland, Oregon
Boys 16 & under Division
. Entry Fee $110.00
Payable to: Scholastic Youth
U-16 P.O. Box 1255
Warm Springs, Oregon 97761
With Roster, ASAP
First Come First Serve
12 Gold Medals 1st place
12 Silver Medals 2nd place
12 Bronze Medals 3rd place
12 Sportsmanship certificates
12 All Stars
For more Information contact:
Big Rat 553-1581
Lucy 553-3222 (8-5, Monday - Friday)
Leo Ramone won the Ail-Around
championship at the Treaty Days ro
deo held in White Swan, WA. June 11
13th. Ramone won the Ail-Around
Saddle and a buckle. Charles Gunnicr
of Toppcnish, WA. was the top Yakima
Indian money winner, lie was presented
with a Pendleton Blanket, as the Eagle
The three day rodeo, one of the
biggest rodeos in the Western States
All Indian Rodeo circute. The Treaty
Days rodeo draws all the tip cowboys
and cowgirls from all parts of the
Northwest This year everything went
well as crowds of people were on hand
for each performance.
It was reported by the Yakima Indian
Rodeo Association Secretary, Linda
Walker, that the total payout to all (he
cowboys anbd cowgirls totaled up to
The following is the list of this years
champions from each event right down
from the senior to the juniorcontcstants
in all events. Each champion was pre
sented with a belt buckle and and a
saddle to the person named the Ail-
Around champion. Bull Riding: Dave
Best Saddle Bronc, Terry Parrish;
Bareback, Mike Brown; Calf Roping,
Eric Watson, Steer Wrestling, Wright
Bruscdhcad; Team Roping Ernie
Ramone and Emerson Ramone; Sr.
Barrel Race, Marilyn Colliflowcr, La
dies Brea-Away, Janice Sutton;
Wildcow Milking, Leo Ramone; Old
timers Break-Away, Roger Ficndcr, Jr.
Barrel Race, Tcssie Lamcrc; Jr. Calf
riding, Danny Hccmsha, presented a
pairof spurs; Jr. Steer riding .Graywolf
Hcrrcra, also received a pair of spurs;
Wild Horse Race, Charlie Gunnicr
team; Squaw Race, Rachcal
Gottfredson; Pony Express race,
La Wanda Bronson; Saddle went to Leo
Ramone: Eagle Scclatsce Award went
to Charlie Gunnicr and the Phillip
Winnicr Award went to Shawn Best.
There were a totsal of 302 contes
tants entered in this years three day
affair said Linda Waldcr, rodeo sec.
There are other WSIRA sanctioned
rodeos throughout the northwest As
we are going to press the gates of the
Warm Springs Treaty days rodeo are
about to swing open full of action.
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A message from
Early Childhood Education
PhUme-Sha features tournaments, dancing, games
for weekend event
Activities the weekend of Pi-Ume-Sha
include the Twenty-first
Annual Fry Bread Open Golf Tour
nament scheduled for June 26 and
27 at Kah-Nee-Ta Resort. Partici
pants will be attending a dinner
andplaying two days of golf. Be
sure to support these athletes, too.
The 24th Annual Pi-Ume-Sha
Treaty Days is June 25, 26, 27, 1993,
in the Recreation area behind the
Community Center, Warm Springs,
Oregon. In celebration of the Warm
Springs Nation's Treaty of 1855, June
25, 1855. Featuring Nathan "Eight
Ball" Jim, M.C.
An estimate of $8,000 in prize
money is to be awarded to individual
and team champions. An estimate of
$4,000 in drummers pay. Local and
visiting drums paid after each session.
Drummers are asked to bring their
Special contests for the Pi-Ume-Sha
In addition to dance contests other
events will take place throughout the
Indian stick games start Friday.
Stick Game Tournament starts Sat
urday. No dice or card games.
The annual Men's and Women's
Slo-Pitch Tournament. For informa
tion about the tourney call 553-1227.
Endurance Horse Race, Saturday,
June 26. For information call 553
3257. Saturday morning Traditional
Dress Parade at 10:30 a.m. Prizes
awarded in all categories.
The annual Pi-Ume-Sha run will
take place Saturday morning. Fea
turing a 10K and a 2.5 mile.
for June 26,27
A Men's 3-on-3 Basketball Chal
lenge is scheduled Pi-Ume-Sha week
end at the Community Center in Warm
Springs. Team entry fee for the event is
$36.00. Call 553-1233 for more information.
Annual Endurance Race set
Once again the annual memorial
endurance horse race will take place
starting time is 8 a.m., from the Shaker
Church area. Each year there is a lot of
excitmcnt as the racers come streight
down the hillside justwestof the camDus
: The 14.5 or so mile race draws
contestants from all parts of the north
west Thcrre are tow divisions, one for
the juniors which is 5 miles, and the
senior dividion which is dividedinto
the mens and womens divisions.
Awards will be given to the first male
to cross the innish line and an a ward for
the first lady rider to comein. Thcrre
will be place and show awards also in
Bernard Topsh is ready to defend
his stick horse race title as he was one
of the top contenders in the past
Pi-Ume-Sha weekend gets under
way this weekend starting with Fri
day evening as Miss Pi-Ume-Sha
1993-94 will be crowned at ap
proximately 9 p.m. in between the
little girls contest and the 7-11 age
The prospective candidates are for
the senior court; Amber Macy and
Madeline Jim. The junior court can
didates are Cyrille Mitchell, Tatiana
Penney, Fawn Begay and Paulette
Henry. They will still be selling raffle
tickets up until Sunday, and will
collect 1 5 percent of those sales made.
The raffle will be after the final con
test on Sunday before the winners of
the dance contests are announced.
Special events lor the weekend
include honoring the outgoing queen-1992-93.
Juanita Majel was the
original queen but Madeline Jim is
acting in her behalf as she has moved
out of Warm Springs. An all-around
special will be held for ages 13-18,
which jingle, traditional and fancy
dancing will be judged. Lillie Meanus
will hold a special in honor of
Elizabeth Whitcplume in both jingle
and fancy dancing. Rita and Earl
Squiemphen donated money for a
round dance in honor of Ellen
Squiemphen. And also a drum con
test will take place in honor of the
Jackson Mitchell Memorial.
Come watch some softball this weekend COBRA SDOHSOrS Walkmn
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The Pi-Ume-Sha Slo-pitch soft-
ball tournament scheduled for this
weekend, June 26-27 will consist of
twenty-one men's teams and 13
women's teams for the true double
elimination tourney. Entrance fee of
$200 are still being accepted. Teams
are traveling from Taholah,
Pendleton, Yakima, Eureka, Grand
Ronde, Muckleshoot, Hoopa, Silctz
and Lapwai. Games will be ASA
Sanctioned rules. Some of the men's
games will be played at Madras High
School on Saturday, so stop on by the
field and cheer for your favorite
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teams, l weive cnampionsnip wina
breakers, twelve second place
sweatshirts, twelve T-shirts for third
through fifth places, twelve all-star
shirts, Most Valuable Player awards,
Best Inficldcr as well as Best Out
fielder, and sportsmanship awards
will be presented Sunday afternoon
after completion of the tournament.
For more information please contact
Satch Miller, at work, (503) 553
3250 or at home, (503) 553-1227.
A new event, the Harmony 10K
Walk & Fun Run, takes place Satur
day, July 24, at 8:00 a.m. in Drake
Park, Bend. The course follows a
scenic route along the Deschutes
River. Check-in starts at 7:15 a.m.
Pre-regiastration is $5, or $6 the day
of the event. All entrants are eligible
for numerous prize drawings donated
from Central Oregon businesses. All
proceeds benefit Central Oregon
Battering and Rape Alliance (CO
BRA). For registration materials call
Fort Hall schedules tournament
An all-Indian slo-pitch tournament,
the Fort Hall Oregon Trail Com
memorative, is set for August 12-15 in
Fort Hall, Idaho. The $200.00entry fee
per team and registration information
is due by August 6, 1993. The tourna
ment will include 16 co-ed teams, 20
men's teams, 20 women's teams with
12 players per team. Call (208) 238
3770 for more information.
Metolius River evaluation study-Continued from page 3
densities ot wooa may nave occurred
The summarized results as re
ported by Riehle include:
, Stream components and cold
water temperatures provide high
quality rearing habitat for the sensi
tive listed bull trout species.
; Woody debris in streams is abun
dant in the upper reach of Metolius
River in most streams providing trout
rearing habitat and cover.
Moderate levels of gravel are
found in tributaries which provide
areas for fish to lay eggs. A good
amount is found in the Metolius it
self. Septic systems which may con
taminate streams are being replaced.
; Shaded areas along streams, al
though reduced by recent logging,
have not shown a detectable change
in water temperature in streams
monitored since 1988. Removal of
riparian trees affects recruitment of
woody material into streams and so
may have long-term results. The 1990
Deschutes National forest Land and
Resource Management Plan will
prevent this from occurring in the
future. Surface water quality needs
further investigation. Nutrient en
richment in the upper Metolius River
has increased. The carcasses of
spawning kokance salmon from Lake
Billy Chinook may contribute to the
nutrient increase. Organic nutrients
may be coming from leaking septic
Besides improvements in the
monitoring system, Reihle offers op
portunities for restoration and en
hancement suggestions. First, he
mentions that spawning habitat is at
risk due to retention of fine sediment
in spring-fed streams with infrequent
flushing flows. Actions that reduce
sediment movement and delivery to
streams are important in the preven
tion of sedimentation of the tribu
taries. Second, the Metolius river has a
low instrcam wood density compared
to historic levels. Decreases in the
in the lower portions of the tributar
ies. It is necessary manage riparian
vegetation and wood with restora
tion as a goal.
Third, bull trout rearing habitat,
particularly in winter, is dependent
on stability of streambanks and re
tention of woody material.Riehle
suggests the managemcntof the road
network to reduce effects of
quickflow runoff and erosion, and to
reduce the risk of increasing peak
Fourth, evaluate erosion control
measures in the Brush Creek water
shed and repair if needed.
Warm Springs Reservation Runners
10K and 2.5 Mile
Saturday, June 26, 1993, 8:00 a.m.
at the Warm Springs Community Center
Warm Springs, Oregon
New flat course, out and back. Water stations will be
located throughout the course. The course will begin and
end at the Warm Springs Community Center parking lot In
warm Springs. Oregon.
Entry fees: $10 pre-reglster, $12 day of the race, no T
Shirt and club members $7.
Divisions: (MaleFemale) Under 10; 10-14 years: 15-19
years: 20-24 years: 25-29 years: 30-34 years: 35-39 years;
40-44years; 45-49years; 50-54 years; 60-over. Overall male
and lemale winners win receive awaras. r irst tnrougn ara
place male and female finishers In each division will receive
Registration will open at approximately 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 the Warm Springs Reservation
Runners, PO Box 1 140, Warm Springs, Oregon 97761. Make
Money Orders payable to the Warm Springs Reservation
Runners. Please, no personal checks, do not send cash.
Please Check One: 2.5 Mile
Please indicate T-shirt size: X-large Large
In consideration of the acceptance of my entry, I waive and release any and all
claims against the WarmSprings Reservation Runners and the Pi-Ume-Sha Committee
and any other participating sponsors or directors for all claims of damages what so ever
in any manner arising or resulting from my participation in this race. I attest and verify
that I have full knowledge of the risks involved, that I will assume and pay my own
medicalemergency expenses, in the event of an accident, illness or other incapacity
and that I am physically fit and sufficiently trained to participate in this race.
Parent signature, if under 18 years:.