The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, October 25, 1961, Page 6, Image 6

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    Roseburg Indians Named Top IPrep Sridders In Oregon
Undefeated Tribe Took Number
One Spot By Beating Marshf ield
A new leader took over the Associated Press hinh school (ultll
pill today Roseburg, the undefeated power from the always rugged
district 5 of southwestern Oregon.
Roteburg, which was ranked No. 2 last week, climbed into the top
spot after defeating Marshfield 13 7. Marshfield was ranked No. 8 in
the slate.
That victory impressed sports writers snd broadcasters more than
did Beaverton's 39 7 win over Centennial of Grcsham. Beaverton, also
undefeated, thus fell to the No. 2 spot after one veek in the top po
sition. Ten of the sports writers and broadcasters voted for Roseburg as the
No. 1 team. Two barked Beaverton, and on other voted for North
Salem, the No. 3 team in this week's poll. North Salem walloped Al
bany MO last weekend.
After the top three, the teams in order were Benson of Portland, Pen
dleton, Klamath Falls, Mcdfjrd, Marshfield, Grants Pass and North
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Benson, which was tied for fifth
place with Pendleton last week, al
most overtook North Salem in the
balloting. Benson sound up in
fourth place, but only one point
behind North Salem in the voting.
Pendleton Fifth
Undefeated Pendleton, which has
given up only one touchdown all
season, mtayed in fifth place.
Klamath Falls moved up a notch
after its 20-13 victory over Spring
field. Medford, which led the poll four
consecutive weeks earlier in the
season, Buffered ita aecond defeat
and fell further down the line. Med
ford was No. 3 last week. No. 7 this
week after losing to Areata, Calif.,
Marshfield repeated in the No. 8
position, despite the loss to Rose
burg, and Grants Pass and North
Bend repeated in their spots too.
Coming Weekend
In the coming weekend Roseburg
will b host to South Eugene, Mills
boro at Beaverton, North Salem at
1,ebannn. Benson vs. Grant in Port
land, Pendleton at Baker, Crater
of Central Point at Klamath Kails.
Ashland at Medford, Marshfield at
Springfield. Grants Pass idle, and
Thurston at North Bend.
The top 10 (with season record
in parentheses):
1. Roseburg (7 0) 127
2. Beaverton (7-0) 112
3. North Salem (6-1) 85
4. Benson (3-0-1) 84
. S. Pendleton (7 0) 68
. Klamath Fall (5-2) 57
7. Medford (52) 47
8. Marshfield (4-3) 38
. Grants Pasa (43) M
10. North Bend (0-1 1 , 17
Others: Jefferson of Portland 13,
I'orvallu 9, Grant of Portland 8,
Bend and McMinnville 5, Central of
Monmouth-lndependenct 3, Jesuit
of Beaverton 2.
St. Louis Hawks
Face Hard Road
The St. Louis Hawks, who've
made winning the Western Divi
sion of the National Basketball
Association a habit, may have a
tougher time of It this season now
that young Jerry West has come
of age.
West, the former West Virginia
All-America with the all-round
skills, hit the 30 point figure fur
the third straight game Tuesday
night as he and incomparable hi
gm Baylor fired the I-os Angeles
I.akers to a 124122 victory over
the Cincinnati Royals.
When the rookie-studded New
York Knicks upset St. Louis 112
110 in the second game of the
doubleheader at Madison Square
Garden, the Lakers found them
selves 114 games up on the Hawks
with the season hardly started.
St. Louis has yet to win in two
starts while the Lakers are 2-1
and showing no special weakness
now that it is established that
Baylor won't have to carry the
heavy scoring alone.
West and Baylor combined for
81 points Tuesday night with
Baylor'a two free throws with
seven seconds left clinehinf the
victory over Cincinnati.
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BEING CONGRATULATED for winning the Roseburg
Country Club Men's Championship trophy is Joe Perroult,
Sutherlin, right. Offering the proise is R. D. Bridges,
Oakland, a former club champion. Award was Saturday
Pro Basketball
National Basketball Association
Tuesday Results
Las Angeles 124. Cincinnati 122
New York 112. St. luis 110
Wednesday Games
Los Angeles at Detroit
Thursday Games
St. Louis vs. Syracuse at New
Cincinnati at New York
National Field Trials
Set Friday At Ellensburg
ELI.ENSBl'RC, (AP) Fifty-
three expert bird Waters have
been entered in the four-day na
tional field trials for German
short haired pointers opening here
r rulay.
Ralph Parks, secretary of the
National Field Trials Association,
said Wednesday 13 braces probab
ly will be run opening day and the
same number Saturday to com-i
plete the first scries.
Sixteen doits will be returned 1
Sunday and the eight top perform-1
ers will be back Monday for the I
final series. J lie winner will be
national champion. i
The biggest entry list 21 point-'
era is coming from California and
17 Washington shorthairs are en
tered. Other dogs are coming from
Idaho, Oregon, Florida, Colorado,
Utah, Wisconsin and Ohio,
The dogs will run two at a time
in 30 in i iui I e heats.
Perrault Wins
Links Trophy
Joe Perrault, Sulhtrlin, now hai
on display the Hose burg Country
Club Men's Championship trophy,
awarded him during the club's
annual trophy dinner.
Approximately J. SO club ni em Iters
and guests Saturday night attend
ed the trophy dinner program at
the country club.
A fashion show featuring men in
women's garb provided a light
touch for the program.
Runner-up to Perrault in the
tourney was Ricky Peterson,
Oregon Snidow Chosen
Football Player Of Week
land Linebackers said today that
Run Snidow, University of Oregon
tackle, had been chosen football
player of the week for his work
against San Jose State Saturday.
He recovered two fumbles,
scored a touchdown on a pass in
terception and averaged 39 yards
on five punts.
Others nominated included Ore
gon Stale back Leroy Whittle, Ore
gon College of Education back
Rob Pcnncl, (ml Linfield's bill
Alabama football teams have ap
peared in 14 major bowl games,
winning seven, losing five and ty
ing two.
Beavers Get
Rest Saturday
gon Stale football squad got back
to hard work yesterday after a
one -day layoff Monday.
The Beavers, with a 14 record
to date, have an open date Satur
day. Their next game is with
Washington State Nov. 4.
Coach Tommy Prolhro said the
club has a lot of work to do after
the mistakes made in last week
end's 24-23 loss to Arizona State.
But Prothro praised the play of
end Fred Jones, fullback Tom
Gates and halfback Leroy Whit
tle. Ducks Work On Defense
EUGENE (AP) The Oregon
football team was slated by Len
Casanova for aggressive defen
sive workouts thr, week in prep
aration for the clash with Wash
ington Saturday at Portland.
Casanova said the defense must
have ways of stopping Washing
ton's strong running attack when
Kermit Jorgenson is at quarter
back, and the Huskies' rough
passing game when Pete Ohler
runs the squad.
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The University of North Dakota
will meet the University of Ne
braska and Youngstown Universi
ty on the gridiron for the first
time this fall.
NEW YORK (AP)-The Nation
al Collegiate Athletic Association
still smarting under the basket
ball scandals of last March,
aimed today to tighten the regu
lations on college players to the
extent that they will be complete
ly shielded from outside influ
ences. The powerful 18 man council of
the NCAA a body which rarely,
if ever, is questioned by the or
ganization, Tuesday adopted four
amendments to NCAA rules which
would tighten the holds on college
The four amendments will be
presented with the council's tack
ing at the annual NCAA conven
tion in Chicago on Jan. 1113.
They are almost certain to be
The Amendments
The amendments are:
1. The barring of all outside
basketball competition, including
the summer leagues.
"Originally," said Walter Byers,
executive director of the NCAA,
"the recommendation was to bar
the players from summer com
petition. But the council heard a
report from the gambling com
mittee which recommended all
outside competition, and decided
to adopt it."
2. A pre registration rule that
bars an athlete from engaging in
varsity competition until he has
been in residence in a college two
years if he decides to transfer
after registering at an institution.
Junior College Transfers
"We have been concerned with
athletes transferring from junior
colleges and starting varsity com
petition," said Byers.
3. Transfer rule that would re
quire an athlete to be in residence
in the school to which he transfers
for one year before he can engage
in varsity competition.
4. A recommendation that an
athlete suspended from a college
for disciplinary or academic rea
sons must complete two years of
satisfactory work to be eligible
for varsity competition in another
school. The present rule is one
The council also dealt out dis
ciplinary penalties to Ohio Valley
Conference schools, Tennessee
Tech and East Tennessee State.
Barred From Play
Tennessee Tech was placed on
probation for two years and waa
ruled ineligible for NCAA events
for one year and NCAA television
programs for two years; East
Tennessee State was placed on
probation for one year with no
other penalties.
Tennessee Tech violations con
cerned reducing financial assist
ance to a football player, not pro
viding athletes with written state
ments of financial aid and pro
viding assistance to an athlete1
after he had completed his fresh
man year at another school with
out first obtaining the clearance
of the college's athletic director. .
East Tennessee State was found
guilty of furnishing a room to a
prospective student-athlete in a
dormitory prior to his enrollment,
furnishing free transportation
from the site of his summer job
to his home and permitting two
basketball prospects to "demon
strate their abilities to the head
coach during the summer
months." '
Hofstra has become a small col
lege football power under Coach
Howdy Myers, whose 10 year rec
ord is 70 wins, 29 losses and tw
ties at the Long Island college.
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