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HOT BUCKS FINALLY LOSE Bill Burgea (5) ond Marcel Pelletier (1) of the Los
Angeles Blades battle Gent Achtymichuk of the Portland Buckarooj for control of the puck
in the first period of their Western Hockey Leogue gome in Los Angeles. Blade goalie
Pelletier managed 32 saves in helping his team win, 6-3. The loss ended a nine-game win
' ning streak for the Buckoroos, who lead the league. In the only other WHL game,
Colgory trounced Vancouver, 7-1, to move within a point of o tie for second place.-(UPI
Telephoto)
Glide Scuttles Tigers, 64-31
In Non-Conference Action
Using i fist break to perfection
Tuesday the Glide Wildcats romped
In a M il non-conference win over
the viaitinf Canyonville Tigers.
- The victory increased Glide'i win
'skein to three since dropping its
opener to the Eagle Point Kaiflrs
by a 6A SZ count. Friday, the Wild
rats will get a chance to avenge
their loss to the sixth ranked Ka
glfi when Kagle Point comes to
Glide for a return bout.
Titers Have Trouble
- Canyonville had trouble finding
the range in the opening eight
minutes as it managed to hit the
bucket for only three points. While
the Tigers were cold, the Wildcats
Eugene Station Slates
Program For Indians
The state champion Roaeburg
Indian gridders will appear on
TV Thursday when they will
be honored by KEZI TV, Chan
nel t, ot Eugene.
The Indians will be featured
on a half-hour show starting
at B:M. The program featur-
' ing the team and the Rose-
burg couches will emphaaize
. the athletic program which has
been developed on the local
scene.
In interviewing the state
champions the tremendous
community support and the
strong backing and work of the
Indian Booster club will be
highlighted.
The Indians will arrive back
in Roaeburg at approximately
10:30 after appearing on the
Eugene atation, according to
head coach Roy Thompson.
used their fast break to soar to a
121 lead though the first quar
ter was a hard-fought battle in
spite of the acore.
By halftime, Glide had increas
ed its margin to 29 16, then went
wild for a 26 point third stanza to
move out in front hy a comfort
able 55 23 score. In the fourth quar
ter, the 'Cats outscored the Tigers,
is.
Mickey Evans and Glen For
tune dominated the boards for the
winners, while Dick Reese was cit
ed by coach Torn Johnson as be
ing exceptional on defense.
Glide's scoring was led by junior
guards I.yle Charon and Darrell
Oilers with identical IB point to
tals. Charon and Cellers hit for
eight two-pointers and were 2-2
and 21 respectively, from the foul
line. Poug Coplin followed the lead
ers with 11 points.
Powell Hits II
Tying with Charon and Cellers
for the high point honors in the
game was Tiger center Loren Pow
ell with 18 counters on seven buck
ets and four free throws.
Missing the scoring punch of
Bob Zuclc and Wade Sumpter the
Glide Jayvees thrilled the home
fans by dropping the Canyonville
reserves, S.V23. Ed Henry, a re
serve guard, accounted for 19
points for the winners.
Canyonville's next outing will
be Saturday when it travels to Oak
land to attempt to gain revenge
for an earlier loss suffered at the
hands of the Oakers.
SCORING: For Canyonville. 01-
sen 4, Muetiel, Powell 1. Grunst
S, Soeterher 3, Rickey, Nicholson
2: for Glide, Coplin 11, Raese 2,
Fortune 4, Thormin 4, Evans 5,
Rakken, Reid 2, Charon 18, Cel
lers 18, ScoviUe.
Sports Calendar
Wednesday
Wrastlint
Glendale Pirates vs. ' Ashland
Grizzlies, 6:30 p.m., Ashland.
Thursday
Wrastlint
Riddle Irish vs. Glide Wildcats,
7 p.m., Glide.
Myrtle Creek Vikings vs. Doug
las Trojans, 7 p.m., Douglas.
Maplelon Sailors. Sutherlin Bull
dogs and Oakland Oakers, 7 p.m.,
Oakland.
Archary
Oak-Rose Archers, 7 p.m.. Rod
and Gun Club range, Winchester.
Prothrb Shows Some
Interest In Army Bid
CORVALMS (AP) Tom Pro
thro, Oregon State University foot
ball coach, expressed mild inter
est Tuesday in a report he was
under consideration for Army
coach.
"I've always felt that coaching
any of the service teams, Army,
Navy or Air Force, would be
pleasant work, But I've also fouod
it pleasant here at Oregon State,"
Prothro said.
"I have had no official word
from anyone in Army circles," be
said.
Asked whether he expects to talk
to Army officials, he replied:
''I'm planning to visit my par
ents in Memphis for Christmas,
then I'll attend the NCAA meeting
in Chicago. And unless I miss my
guess the Army brass will talk to
a lot of roaches at that national
gathering."
Bulldogs Win
3rd Straight,
Still Unbeaten
Sutherlin's Bulldogs continued on
unbeaten as they came from a
first quarter deficit to drop the
Klkton Elks 43-25 Tuesday at Ms
ton in a non-league hoop contest.
The Bulldogs displayed a strong
second half to spoil the Elks' bopes
of revenge for last week'a 42-33
drubbing. The Sutherlin quintet ia
now undefeated in three si arts
having won their opener 47-46 from
Drain's Warriors.
Klkton surprised the visitors as
Tom Soliem's six point first quar
ter led the home team to a 13 9
ege at the first break. The Bull
dogs rallied to tie the count at 17
all by halftime, then took quarter
advantages of 136 and 13-2 over
the Elks in the second half.
Mann Scorat 2S
Guard Marcus Mann was the
sparkplug of the Bulldog attack
as he exhibited dead-eye control
on the hoop in matching Elkton's
point total by himself. Mann's 25
points came on ii neia goais, mt
same total as that of the entire
Elkton team, and he was three
for five at the foul line.
Paul Treman followed Mann for
the winners with nine points, while
Conrad Godding topped the Elks
with nine points. Steve Msdison
assisted Godding in the scoring
with eight counters and Soliem
was held scoreless after his open
ing burst.
Center Ed Hill provided the Bull
dogs with control of the boards as
he led in rebounding.
After allowing the Elks to rack
no 13 mints in the first quarter.
the Bulldogs played tight defen
sive ball for the final three- pe
riods. Elkton managed to collect
only 12 points in the last three
quarters of the outing one point
lesi than its first period total.
In the preliminary game the
Sutherlin Jayvees led by Mike
Ouelette's 17 points edged the Elk
reserves 30 26. David Abraham was
high point for the losers with eight.
While Sutherlin sports a perfect
3-0 record in non-league action,
the Elks have now lost tnree in a
row after winning their opener
against Oakland.
Friday, the Elks will take on the
Oakland Oakers, while Sutherlin
will be at Yoncalla to face the Ea
gles. SCORING: For Sutherlin. Philo
1, Smith 4, Hill 4, Mann, 25, Tre
man ; for Elkton, Godding , So
liem 6. Picknell, Levenhagen 2,
Madison 8.
Prep Scores
Oregon High School Basketball
Tuesday night:
By THI ASSOCIATID MISS
Portland League
Grant M, Madison 5.1
Frannklin 68. Marshall 49
Benson 45, Washington 43
Cleveland 49, Roosevelt 47
(overtime)
Jefferson 52, Lincoln 45
North Salem 70. Clackamas 45
Springfield S3, Albany 39
Myrtle Point 53, Powers 43
Coquille 62, Reedsport 47
1. infield Frosh 76, Taft 41
Tigard 62, Jesuit (Beaverton) 47
Joseph 41. Wallowa 35
Oregon City 48, Centennial
(Gresham) 41
Sandy 43, Battleground, Wash.,
41
Gresham 45, Parkrose 40
Silverton 62, Willamina 41
Sherwood 62, Banks 48
Trout Lake, Wash. 34, Glenwood
31
Toledo 36, Newport 35
Colton 61, Amity 37
Estacada 51, Corbett 41
South Salem 64. Milwaukie 44
Santiam (Mill City) 40, Scio 36
Sheridan 48. MacLaren 29
Falls City 53, St. Boniface (Sub
limity) 43
Sisters 54, Detroit 51
St. Helens 64, Scappoose 56
Baker 44, La Grande 27
Wild port 63, Silets 42
Clatskanie 66, Knappa 63
Gayton 23, Gaston 22
North Eugene 65, Junction City
57
Yoncalla 35, Oakland 33 (over
time) Sutherlin 43. Elkton 25
Alsea 54, Harrisburg 39
North Catholic (Portland) 51,
Portland Christian 50
Canby 49, Molalla 45
Nestucca 50, Neahkahnie 43
Weston 54, Umatilla 37
Fight Retults
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Boston Joe Denucci, 165, New
ton, Mass., and Joey Giardello,
161, Philadelphia, drew, 10.
Manila Arthur Perslry, 133',
Red Cross, La., outpointed Solo
mon Boysaw, 135, Cleveland, 10.
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Wilt Adds 54
More Points
Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Wilt Chamberlain. 7-foot-l ace
of the Philadelphia Warriors, on
a tear that has given mm
points in his last six games, rut
for 22 field goals in 42 shots Tues
day night as the Warriors crushed
Detroit 132-109 ss part of an NBA
doubleheader at Madison Square
Garden.
The hapless New York Knicks
dropped their fifth in a row, 126-
124 to Syracuse, in tne secona
gme. . .
Chamberlain nit me nrsi sis
free throws he tried and 10 of 14
during the game. He scored 54
points altogether.
The Warriors, with Tom Gola
and Guy Rodgera also scoring
consistently, built a 26-point lead
over the Pistons just before the
half and Detroit never got closer
than nine points sfter that.
Hat Greer hit 33 points and
Dave Cambee 23 for Syracuse,
which fought back the last-place
Knicks after New York had pulled
to within one point at 110109 with
6.45 left.
Pro Basketball
y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
NBA
Tuesday Results
Philadelphia 132, Detroit 10
Syracuse 126, New York 124
Wednesday Camas
Chicago vs. New York at Boston
Philadelphia at Boston
Cincinnati at Syracuse
St. Louis at Los Angeles
Thursday Camas
Chicago vs. Boston at Philadel
phia
Syracuse at Philadelphia
Detroit at Cincinnati
ABL
Tuesday Results
Hawaii 14. Washington 81
Los Angeles 96, San Francisco
89
Wednesday Camas
l.os Angeles vs. Hswaii at San
Francisco
Washington at San Francisco
Kansas City vs. Pittsburgh at
Cleveland
Chicago at Cleveland
- Thursday Camas
Kansas City vs. Cleveland at
Pittsburgh
Chicago at Pittsburgh
The News-Review, Roaeburg, Ore. Wed., Dee. 13, 1961
WILEY HITS 21
Yoncalla Wins Overtime
Thriller From Oakland
Fremont Generals
Win Over Winston
The Fremont Generals scored a
double triumph over the Winston
Junior High basketballers Tues
day night by 33-13 and 35-31 counts.
In the seventh grade battle, the
Generals cleared their bench as
all the boys saw action in the 33-13
win.
Ttlnsiun was uui lu uuiuuiii;
in tne eignin graae game as u
came from behind in the final pe
riod to close the gap rapidly. How
ever, the Generals managed to stay
in front to edge Winston 35-31.
Craig Engle led the winners with
eight points, while Bob Baker buck
eted 10 for Winston.
Red Wiley and Roger Russell
swished two-pointers in a three
minute overtime period to provide
the visiting Yoncalla Eagles with
a thrilling 35 33 victory over the
Oakland Oakers Tuesday.
In the defensive battle neither
team was able to hit consistently
as good shots were far and few
between. Oakland's 10 points in the
second quarter was the top quarter
score racked up in the hard fought
battle.
Wilay Provides Punch
Wiley provided the majority of
the scoring punch for the winning
Eagles as he pumped in 21 points
on 10 field goals and was one for
two at the charity marker. Center
Ed Todd was high man for the
Oakers with 10 six of which csme
on foul shots.
Two Games Called Cff
Camas Valley's srheduled hoop
VUIHCM lurgua; '.-'. .'i.ni
AAU squad was canceled along
with Friday's game which was to
pit the same two teams.
The cancellations came about due,
to an Oregon School Athletic As
sociation ruling which does not al
low prep teams to play the AAU I
squads in practice games.
Western Hockey League
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
(Tuesday's Results)
I is Angeles 6, Portland 3
Calgary 7, Vancouver 1
Finding their highly touted scor
ing attack stopped the Eagles man
aged to grab a 9-7 lead in the first
by halftime. The Eagles battled
their way back in front during the
third period, ending with a 25-24
advantage.
Oakland outscored the visitors 7
6 in the final stanza to knot the
score at 31 all at the end of regula
tion play. In the overtime period
Wiley and Russell struck fast to
move the Eagles in front 35-31, but
two free throws by Bill Fredricks
moved the Oakers back to within
two points as the buzzer sounded.
Record Now 3-1
The loss for Oakland was the
second at the hands of the eagles
and gives the Oakers a 13 record
thus far for the season. Yoncalla
sports a 31 record having lost only
to McKenzie.
In the Jayvee outing at Oakland,
the visiting Yoncalla quintet dump
ed the all-freshman Oakland team,
50 18. Dave McHaffie led the win
ners with 10 points, while Randy
Manley's five was tops for Oak
land. Friday. Oakland will host the
Elkton Elks in a return engage
ment hoping to avenge an earlier
setback, and Yoncalla will he out
to give undefeated Sutherlin its
first loss.
SCORING: For Yoncalla. Wiley
21, Woolman 6. Pontius 2, Russell
5. McDaniel 1, Carney, Teague:
for Oakland, Vasche, l.andis, Todd
10. Archer 4. Corhin. Fredricks 7,
Parker, Cannon 4, Manley 8.
700 Participate
In Tri-City Play
The Great Western Singles Hand
icap Tournament drew close to
700 participants who divided over
$2,000 during the qualifying and
house finals at Nickel Bowl in
Tri-City.
In addition to the prizes won dur
ing the local competition, the ten
finalists from Nickel Bowl will get
a chance at the big time when
they compete in the Grand Finals
at the Showboat Lanes in Las Ve
gas Jan. 20. Each of the ten final
ists will be allowed to take a
guest with him to the Grand Fi
nals, with both the bowler and his
guest enjoying a free trip.
The bowling at Nickel Bowl was
very close with only a few pins
separating the winners. Tops in
the A division was Del Foley of
Myrtle Creek, while Mel Boyce of
Myrtle Creek copped the honors in
the a division.
Other winners who have earned
the right to compete at Las Vegas
are: Earl Keele, Myrtle Creek;
Wes Neas, Coquille; Helen Owsley,
Medford; Cal Gillman, Sutherlin;
Dan Fairchild. Boh Birkenfeld.
Ken Bond, Glenn Chesnut and
Hank Koth, all of Myrtle Creek.
Sports In Brief
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
FOOTBALL
NEW YORK-National Foolhall
League said it would take action
against Philadelphia Eagle offi
cials regarding their statcmenls
criticizing officiating in last Sun
day's game with the New York
Giants. '
I HOUSTON University of Hous
ton hired Michigan Stale backfield
coach Bill Yeoman as head coach.
BOXING
I NEW YORK NBA middle
weight champion Gene Fullmer
was voted winner of Edward J.
Neil award as fighter of the year
by boxing writers.
RACING
SAN BRL'NO, Calif. Latent
iFire ($3.80) captured the feature
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