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10 October 5, 2000
Warm Springs, Oregon
Spilyay Tymoo Sports
White buffaloes let close one slip away to Banks Northwest Indian Invitational golf tourney set for Oct. 7, 8
The Northwest Indian Invita
tional Golf Tournament will be held
on October 7 and 8' 2000. The
tournament will be hosted by the
Kah-Nee-Ta Golf Association,
Warm Springs Indian Reservation.
Here is the schedule of events:
Friday, Oct. 6- Practice Round.
Saturday, Oct. 7 - Tee times
9:00am, 3:00pm Horse-race, 6pm
Dinner Kah-Nee-Ta Lodge (guests
will be charged).
Sunday, Oct. 8 - Shotgun
9am, Lunch provided after round.
There has been $1500 ADDED
Entry Fee: $125 includes: Tour
ney fee, Green fees (Sat & Sun
ONLY), Tee Prize, Saturday Dinner
& Sunday lunch.
Side Bets: Gross Skins, Net
Skins, KP's, Long Putt, Long Drive,
and Best Ball. '
Flight, 1" Flight, 2nd Flight, Seniors
Flight (50) & Ladies Flight.
Cart Fee: For cart reservations
& Friday tee times, call (541) 553- .
11 12 ext. 3371,
Mail entries to: Kah-Nee-Ta
Golf Association, P.O. Box 975,
Warm Springs, OR 97761.
For Information: Butch David,
KNT Golf Assoc. President, (541)
553-1 139 after 5pm or Janell Smith,
KNT Golf Assoc. Secretary, (541)
553-7829 after 5pm.
1 999 Championship Gross Win
ner won $500 cash and a 1 night stay
at Kah-Nee-Ta Vacation Resort (do
nated by KNT Golf Association
- David Andrews memorial results & thanks
The buffs defense gets ready to put the stop on the Banks Braves during last friday's game in Madras
The Madras White Buffalo foot
ball team was at home on September
29, 2000 to take on the visiting
Braves from Banks, OR.
The buffs started the game with
a ground attack, using John Adams
to get their first score, as he ran the
ball in from 1 1 yards out. Banks came
right back, using it's passing game
to get to pay dirt before the quarter
was up tying the game at 7-7. Both
teams couldn't get anything going
until a fake punt by the buffs at the
end of the first quarter, got them back
into the flow of the game.
In the second quarter, quarter
back Colter Barnes threw two passes
to Jason Zarate one for 20 yards and
the other for 22 yards. The second
pass scored the buffs next touchdown
making the score 14-7. Then the
braves connected on another pass
play later in the second quarter once
again tying the game at 14-14.
John Adams scored on a 54 yard
run late in the third quarter, putting
the buffs ahead 21-14, this score be
ing john's second of the game.
In the fourth quarter Banks
scored two touchdowns to take the
lead and never look back. Madras
had a chance to tie the game but fell
short late in the fourth.
Colter Barnes threw the ball in
the air 26 times, connecting on 1 2 of
them for 144 yards one touchdown
and one interception. Jason Zarate
was 1-4 with 29 yards in the air, and
caught the ball 5 times for 85 yards
and a touchdown. Jake Wise had one
catch for 29 yards. Jeff Barnes also
had one catch for 22 yards.
John Adams rushed the ball 1 1
times for 70 yards and two touch
downs. Gordon Scott had a great game on
the defensive side of the ball, getting
The David Andrews Memorial
Wild Horse Race was held on Sep
tember 23, 2000 at the Warm Springs
First Place went to Jason Smith,
C.J. Vansickle, and Tony Cortazar.
Pay out for first was $3,150, team
buckles and caps.
Runner up went to Ricky Lions,
Spud Smith, and Pat Vargas. Pay out
for runner up was $ 1 ,890, jackets and
Third Place went to Brit Brown,
Billy Thomas, and TY Gibson. Pay
out was $1260 and caps.
The Special Mugger's Buckle
went to C.J. Vansickle.
In the Wild Colt Race Julian
Wallalatum, Brent Greybeal, and
Jerritt Smith took first, with a pay out
of $205.50 and beaded buckles.
I would like to take this time to
thank the Warm Springs Rodeo As
sociation for allowing the use of the
Rodeo grounds. I would also like to
the season. Game
Madras Cross-Country competes at a
meet in Silvercreek
Michael Manning shown above has been doing really well for the buffs this season
in on a lot of the tackles being made,
Next up for the Buffs is a trip to t, . . . . c . - ,
LaSalle on October 6, 2000 where d m th for
they will try and get their first win of me Thank You
lime is sci iui t, 1. ,uu n u
i wain iu maim an nit uucis uiai
worked hard to catch all the horses,
BIox, Buster, Ramon, Evans, Wahoo,
Jimmy Jr., Harry III, Disco, Azar,
Roscoe, Roy, Ray to name a few. I
know there were a lot more cowboys
that were running in the evening that
I can't remember at the top of my
head, but you have not been forgot
ten. The financial part of this whole
Memorial was coming out of our own
pockets. We never asked anybody for
donations. We did it this way because
it was our way of Honoring "deeper"
and a lot more simple than having to
create more work for ourselves and
the folks that were involved. There
are a lot of folks who are stopping us
for October 27-29
The 16th Annual Carson Indian
Bowling Tournament has been sched
uled for October 27-29, 2000 at the
Carson Lanes, 4600 Snyder Ave.,
Carson City, Nevada 89701.
This is an ABCWIBC Sanc
tioned tournament with a 100 re
turned prize fund.
Categories include: Mixed
Team, Mixed Doubles, Singles
Doubles, Men's and Women's Mas
ters, Senior Masters.
Team entry: Prize fund-$38.00;
Lineage-$20.00; Expensed 10.00; to
make a total of $68.00.
All events: $4.00 optional.
SinglesDoubles entry: Prize
fund-$9.50; Lineage-$5.00; Expense
$2.50; to make a total of $17.00.
For more information contact
one of the following: Tournament
Director Gary W. Wood, 502 Moses
Street, Carson City, Nevada 89703;
phone at (775) 883-8333; ore-mail
rugdrezboyaol.com. You may also
contact Tournament Secretary Sharon
A. Wood, 502 Moses Street, Carson
City, Nevada 89703; phone (775)
and asking if we are going to have
another Wild Horse Race next year,
my answer to them is at this time we
have decided to wait and see how
many business sponsors and sponsor
ships that we can gather and hope
fully have a little more events for the
young cowboys to get them inter
ested in rodeo and what it can offer
to a cowboy physically and mentally.
I am also very grateful and ap
preciative to the drummers who
blessed the Rodeo grounds for this
special event like Hobo, Yacht, Blox,
Ronnie, Bernice with her presents
and all the drummers and singers that
sang the very honorable songs for
David. I would like to thank you to
Harley Andrews for presenting an
empty saddle for his father. We
would like to thank the Print shop
staff for printing out our posters and
our rodeo numbers for they were
great. I also appreciate the small busi
ness center for allowing the use of
their computers to format our post
ers, thank you.
Our announcer for this event was
Jake Grossmiller who resides in the
Dalles. He knows a lot of our local
cowboys and their parents that Ro
deo. Jake you did an excellent job, I
hope we do have one next year so
you can come back and visit us, thank
ning the chutes Ray and Roy, and the
judges John Jr. and Evens, our pick
up crew Disco, Buster, and Ramon.
The Warm Springs Fire and
Safety did a great job looking after
the contestants if and when the need
arose, thank you.
The first place buckles and light
towers were sponsored by Azar
Spino, without those lights we would
not have been able to have our night
show. It was a good thing the light
towers had 110 plug ins for exten
sion cords for our announcer because
somebody must have forgotten to pay
their light bill for the Rodeo grounds
that day, there was no power any
where. But like I say, you must over
come and adapt to situations that
arise before you in everyday life.
The Mugger's Belt Buckles were
donated by Chico Holliday who rode
for David a number of years and now
that my bro is gone his spot on the
team is going to be tough one to fill.
The Mugger's Buckle was given to a
mugger based on what I call the cow
boy with the most heart. What I'm
saying is that this' cowboy can get
kicked, pawed, bit, freight trained,
whatever you want to call it but the
cowboy always got back up and tried
it again to get his jockey on that
horse. Deeper taught me a lot about
Horse Racing as did a lot of other
The -Wild Co-It- RacebuckJ.es CiiwJtcxJWiaUie. JtoJd Jo ..dois
were sponsored by Reva Johnson, 'Never give up there is a way out of
this event was a last minute event that
was not in the original planning but
turned out great. The young cowboys
had to work hard to earn them beaded
buckles. We had a total of six Wild
Colt Race teams that wanted a chance
to earn a buckle.
I would like to thank our Rodeo
Secretaries Dena, Lorreina, our Tim-'
ers Binky and Allee, our boys run-
every situation." I truly believe in this
so when your out there Wild Horse
Racing just remember what my
brothers words are "Never Give Up."
I want to thank all the contestants an
the folks in the grandstands, the
, people who was taking the entry's,
, the people behind the scenes whoi
shdwed there support through out
this memorial, Thank You. ,
Thank you for your time,
: i 1 . Chico Holliday
The Museum At Warm Springs
Warm Springs, OR
2000 Benefit Golf Tournament
Saturday, October 14, 2000
Tee OffTime- 10 a.m. Shotgun Start
Entry Fee: $ 65 per person
(includes green fees, 2 carts per team & lunch)
Entry Deadline: October 11, 2000
Scramble formatTeams or individuals can sign-up ,
or be paired off.
James Wolfe runs by himself during the Silvercreek meet
Kah-Nee-Ta Swim Lessons
Kah-Nee-Ta Resort After School Swirn Lessons ."
Red Cross Certified Instructors' ' '
October 5-26 '
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Classes begin at 4:30
7 Classes 1
$30 per child
Learn to Swim Class
5 Years and Older '
Minimum of 6 children per lesson. Maximum of 10 per lesson.
Space is limited. Call to make reservations or for more information (2 553-
11 12, ext. 3453.