The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, October 29, 1963, Page 6, Image 6

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    BY LANES
BY BOB (ELWOOD) SMITH
Roseburg'i own bowlinglchampion last year, U seeded
how, the annual Timber Capi-lto the final round in Portland
tal Tournament begins this Nov. 29.
weekend so get that entry blank
in ana aon i miss iry
those guaranteed prizes.
for Jerry Bauer, rolling with the
Sun Studs team at the Rose
burg Bowl came through with
Perhaps we have up to this, that elusive "Dutch 200 game,
writing overlooked you who likejAHernate strikes and spares to
to roll a few games now and, the exact total of 200 is rare
then but who for one reason or indeed since a bowler while at-
participate
another do not participate in
any league bowling. We do
most of our bowling in leagues
and only through recorded
scores by individuals and teams
do we accumulate much of in
terest to record in this space.
It occurred to us however that
we could bring you some help
ful information about open
lanes for non-league bowling.
Presently at least in our area
there are always open lanes
available.
At the Four Winds Bowl
Lanes available every aft'
ernoon except Sunday.
Four of five open lanes ev
ery evening.
Saturday and Sunday AH
lanes open except Sunday
afternoon.
At Indian Lanes
Lanes available every aft-
ternoon except Thursday
Lanes available after 9:15
every evening except
Thursday.
Saturday and Sunday Al
ways open lanes.
At Roseburg Bowl
Lanes available every aft-
' noon.
Lanes available after 9:15
every evening.
Six lanes open all Monday
evening.
At least twelve open lanes
Friday evening.
Saturday and Sunday Al
ways open lanes.
It is not necessary to remem
ber this schedule just telephone
the Lanes and you will surely
find an opening. -Go out and roll
that game you've wanted to
bov 1 for such a long time,
taining the skill to convert
spares consistently also learns
to roll so many strikes that he
will normally have at least
one double during a game.
Jerry was tickled with the
game but we think the Rose-
bure Bowl cash award or tit-
teen dollars impressed him al
most as much.
We heard of three all-spare
games, Arlo Jackhn, Bill Win
ston and Doris Northcraft. An
all spare game is a rare oc
curance just as is the "Dutch"
200 because bowlers capable
of consistency at converting
snares normally roll so many
strikes that the opportunity of
knocking down ten consecutivo
spares comes along at very in
frequent intervals.
Soveral High Series by the
ladies were reported this week:
Vera Crabaugh 597
Thelma Read 571
Folly Wright C7
Carol Kceny 552
Hazel Chamberlain 552
Lorraine Smith 548
Polly Martin 514
Fern Barrackman 542
Phyllis Wolf 537
Some high single games
were:
Delia Rose 222
Janet Harty 214
High series rolled by the men
continually grow in number. We
know that many are not report
ed. Here are a few turned in
last week:
The Oregon Match Game
qualifying round was bowled
last weekend and here are the
six qualifying bowlers from this
district. The scores listed arc
for the 24 game total:
Herb Read, Suthcrlin
Jim Baxlcy, Eugeno
Harv Schulz
L. Yarborough, Eug.
Dave Webster, Eug.
Les Williams, Eug.
4809
4785
4732
4732
4G78
4676
Jim Smith of Eugene, the.
Dan Moore 648
Bob Shroycr 642
Duve Colten 644
Norm Lcwellyn 626
Bill Smith 017
Bill Belcher 613
Barney Root 610
Dick Fralcy GOO
High single games:
Jerry Bauer 255
Al Hammcl 236
Bob Shroycr 234
Dan Moore 226
Stan Cornult 216
Stan I'iersol 214
Barney Root 210
Dick Fraley 200
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Hubert Hill Paces Slide
To District CC Crovm
Hubert Hill set the Dace, and crown, the Wildcats found their! Results:
the Glide Wildcats followed suit'stiffest competition coming from VARSITY
to topple the defending District; the Myrtle Creek Vikings. Glide! individual l, h u d e r t
6-A-2 B champion CanyonviUe totaled 64 points, with the ViksHill, Glide, 9:08. 2, Dennis Bir
Bible Academy Pilots in the dis-1 finishing second with 77 points, lenbaum. Myrtle Creek, 9:08. 3,
iript rrnss country meet held, The favored Pilots enaea in taaie jonn, m, , wis
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RELAXING The new manager of the New York Yankees, Yogi Berra, putts
out on the 1 8th hole of the Pinehurst Country Club course. Berra is toking it
easy before assuming the duties as the manager of the perennial American
League champs. The long-time Yankee sror was named field manager when
Ralph Houk was moved up to general monager. (UPI Telephoto)
'SP0RT5MANS
FOOTWORK FOR A
RIGHT-CROSS SHOT
on the Roseburg course.
Hill, rated as one of the top
individuals going into the meet,
came through in top form to cap
ture the crown. The flashy Glide
harrier was clocked at 9:08
over the 1.75 mile course.
Along with Hill, the Wildcats
placed Dale (Lucky) Chandler
fifth and Eddie Isom 10th.
In winning the team champion
ship as well as the individual
third place with 80 points. Chapman, SUtherlin, 9:26. 9,
Following Hill across the fin-Dale Chandler, Glide, 9:27. 6.
ish line was Myrtle Creek's: Larry Keele, Riddle, 9:28. 7,
Dennis Birenbaum with a clock
ing of 9:09. CBA's Eddie John
was third with a 9:24 and Suth
erlin's Otis Chapman finished
fifth.
The Vikings, in rolling to their
second place finish, were led
by Birenbaum, Ron O'Neil and
Mine Pullman, Sutherlin, 9:30.
8, Ron O'Neil, Myrtle Creek,
9:34. 9, Mark Cadman, Myrtle
Creek, 9:36. 10, Eddie Ison,
Glide, 9:37. 11, Larry Wheatley,
Canyonville, 9:39. 12, Tom
Thompson, Canyonville, 9:40.
13, Aaron Moxon, Powers, 9:41.
Ip you're riqht-handed, it's
easy to make shots with the
left foot forward, but some
times you arb caught with
youn right foot forward
as a bird flushes. if it goes
to the right, you cant piv
ot in that. direction without
twistin3 into a cramp before
you get started . so, it's
wise to practice - bringing
the right foot back behind
your left foot as you
swing up your gun. then you
can pivot to the right eas
ily to baa such targets.
Texas Unanimous Pick
As Top College Team
Page 6 The News-Review Tuei., Oct. 29,
CV Hornets Bop Loggers;
Face Crucial Outing Next
Renf ro, Berry
On Injured List
EUGENE (UPI) AU-Ameri
can halfback Mel Renfro suffer
ed a cracked rib on his right
side in Oregon's 26-19 football
loss to Washington last week
end, x-rays revealed today
Jlenfro and starting quarter
back Bob Berry, who received
strained ligaments in his right;
knee against the Huskies, were
listed as "doubtful" for the
! Ducks' came with San Jose
State here Saturday.
Starting tackle Milt Kanehe
l' J . !,., nnlrlo snrl nil I
alUlCl cu a uiuncu aitmt uiiu .. ...
miss Oregon's remaining four
games.
If Renfro and Berry are ruled
out of the Tan Jose State con
test, Dennis Keller will replace
Renfro and Jack Sovereign will
take over for Berry. Both are
Mark Cadman. O'Neil placed 1 14, John Nelson, Douglas, 9:45.
eighth and Cadman finished 15, Tim Gunderson, CBA, 9:46.
ninth. ' TEAM SCORES: Glide 64,
Glide. Myrtle Creek and CBA I Myrtle Creek 67, Canyonville Bi-
qualified their teams for theble Academy, 80, Powers 104,
state meet at Salem this Satur
day, while the top eight individ
ual performers will also repre
sent District 6-A-2.
In addition to members of the
winning teams, Chapman ana
Mike Pullman of Sutherlin, and
Larry Keele of Riddle earned
berths. Pullman finished sev
enth for the Bulldogs and Keele
came across in sixth position
for the Irish.
six boys among!
sophomores.
SOUTHERN OREGON 8-MAN
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Cnmas Valley 3
Canyonville 3
Prospect 2
Butte Falls 1
Days Creek 0
L Pet.
0 1.000
0 1 1.000
2 .500
3 .250
4 .000
GB
1V4
2V4
3Vi
run away with the game.
Lawson drew first blood for the
SEATTLE (UPI) The Unl
Don versitv of Washington scored
its biggest win of the season
Saturday and now faces an
even bigger test next Saturday
Washington faces Southern
California and most people
Sutherlin 107, Canyonville 107,
Douglas 148, Riddle 190.
JUNIOR VARSITY
INDIVIDUAL 1, Ray Enge
bretsen, CBA, 10:02. 2, Dave
Williams, CBA, 10:04. 3, Rod
McCay, CBA, 10:06. 4, Gary
Johnson, CBA, 10:18. 5, John
Shirtcliff, Myrtle Creek, 10:22.
6, Leonard Goss, CBA, 10:32.
7, Larry Jones, CBA, 10:39. 8,
CBA's Ray Engebretsen top- Larry Sabella, Myrtle CreeK,
ped the iayvee harriers with a : 10: 41. 9, Tom Hall, Oakland,
winning time of 10:02. Though 10:48. 10, Archie Jones, Glide,
no official team scores were 10:50.
kept for the Jayvee runners, the,
Pilots placed
the top 10.
BOWLING
Tribe Retains
Lead In Poll
PORTLAND (UPI) Roseburg,
Medford and Grants pass re-
Thurlow, Douglas
Picked For Honors
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)
Steve Thurlow, who led Stan
ford to a 24-14 upset of Notre
Dame Saturday, and University
of Washington quarterback Bill
NEW YORK (UPI)
The
Texas Longhorns today became
the first college team ever
chosen unanimously by football
coaches as No. 1 in the nation
despite one of the most topsy
turvy seasons on record.
No less than 10 different
teams havo occupied the first
five places In the ratings by
ino uri uoara oi coaencs mis
fall and only Texas has man
aged to appear for more than
two weeks In tho sumo position
Thanks to tho almost unpre
ccdcntcd wave of upsets the list
of major unbeaten-untied teams
has shrunk to four with the sea
son just past the halfway mark
An NCAA executive said he
could not remember a season
with more upsets than the cur
rent one.
The Longhorns, No. 1 for the
third straight week were named
first by all of the 35 famous
coaches on tho UPI rating
board, the only unanimous
choice in tho 14-ycar-history of
the rankings.
Illinois, nbeaten but tied, ro
placed Wisconsin in second
place and Mississippi, also tied
but undefeated, dislodged Pitts
burgh from third place. The
Badgers and Panthers were the
latest to full from the perfect
record cluss.
Hornets as he rambled 50 yards
with the pigskin tucked under
his arm.
Terry Volkman followed with
a 30-yard jaunt and Terry Bueliagree that the winner will wind
drove over from the one-yardlup representing the Coast in the
The Southern Oregon Eight- marker. Lawson added the PAT. Rose Bowl this year.
Man championship will be de-'after Buel's TD. In the second Thc Huskies concentrated on
cided this Friday when the Can-iperiod Volkman broke loose and defense Monday in working out
(janopea yaras lor six points
Valley Hornets put their unbeat- and Roger Thrush kicked the
en rccoros on mc line oi Lam
as Valley.
Bom teams arc sporting per-jagam with Buel passing
lect 3-0 league records, and for yarder to Jim Kiser. CORVALLIS, Ore. (UPI)
mc season ootn nave b-l maiKS. i il,P SPpnnH half T.nwmn r. firpunn State worked on defend
? , covered a Logger fumble inne against the halfback option!
The Beavers play Stanford
MOOSE FUN NO. 1
Mock Motors, IHi Curly Craig, 14
10; M & M Printers, 14-10; Roseburg
Olllce Machines, 1310'.; Winston Flr
Dept.. 12-12; Riverside Tires, ?',ii-14';
LocKwood Motors, 8-16; Moost Lodge,
9-15.
High Series: Dave Cotton, 235-197-212
U4, M 1 M Printers. High Game:
Al Hammell, 236, Mock Motors.
I MOOSE FUN NO. 1
i . ria.M.. mi.'.tl. Cafau.au Ma.
mained in that order today atn, isvj-iivj; Roseburg Lumber, is-iii
thp ton of the jtntp''! ("lass A-l Rural Fire Dept., 13-14; Town and
tne top ot tne state s ciass AiCountry RMUy, ,3.,,, Safewav no. 2,
high school football teams in 12-15; Vern and Gary's Richfield, 11-16;
ayro 5 marxer, iu-i.
PAT. Before thc halftime inter
mission, thc Hornets struck
a 30-
the weekly Journal coaches poll.
Phoenix led the A-2 poll.
Following the top three in-A-1
were, in order, Pendleton,
Grant, North Salem, Central
Catholic, Beaverton, Parkrose
and Cottage Grove. Others get
ting votes were Benson, Marsh
field, South Salem and Tigard.
1?nttr,i,,iniT Phnaniv in A-9 uum
for the Trojan tussle Don Saf- . order Va,e North CatholiCi
lOra was muveu lu u.-. wi8 p.iinM Vaml.ill.rarllnn S.-.
right end on the strength 0 1 his &. .
performance against the Ducks.
burn and Burns.
which has been climbing back
steadily since absorbing two de
feats, was placed ninth and
Syracuse, No. 10, made its first
appearance in the top 10 tins
season.
Six teams Included in the rat
ings last week were knocked
out of the standings by losses.
They were ninth - ranked North
western, and Notre Dame, Mis
sissippi State, Oregon, Iowa and
Iowa Stale, all listed in the sec
ond 10.
Ohio Stato returned to 11th,
Louisiana Stale and Pitt tied
for 1 2ili , Nebraska was No. 14
and Michigan St. finished 10th.
Baylor, Missouri, Arkansas
and North Carolina State rated
16-17-18-19 and Duke and Pur
due tied for 20th.
Four games involving thc
ranking 20, the most in one
weekend this season, arc sched
uled tliis Saturday. They involve
Illinois hosting Purdue, Missis
sippl at LSU, Wisconsin at
Michigan State and Syracuse at
Pittsburgh. Two other top fivo
teams arc scheduled fur tough
road engagements. Texas is at
Southern Methodist, which up
set Navy and the Middies tra
vel to Notre Dame.
The United Press Internation
al college football ratings with
Hlah Series and Game: Del
157-205-197 S59, Safeway No. 2.
INDEPENDENT
Knlahts of Columbus, la-9; Garden
Valley Barber Shop, 17-10; Chevy Bill's,
16-11; Drlve-N-save Marker, i3i; ror
resters, Wi-IS1-?; Todd Apartments,.
lli'i-ts1; Cappy's Greenwood, 10-17;
Quality Rooting, 7-20.
High series and bame: bod jonn-
son, 170-205-165540, Drlve-N-5ave Market.
GLEN WELLMAN CLASSIC
Roseburg Auction. 16-8; Allen Parts
and Equipment, 15-9; Tozer's Sheet
Metal, 14.a-9.i; Strickllng and Short
Insurance, 13-u; Arctic Lircie, ii-u;
Riverside Motors, 1M3; Mark's Shop
ping Center, BVi-lSVi; Anderson Placa
Market, 7-17.
High Series: John Donovan, 170-214
221 613, Allen Parts and Equipment
High Game: Jim Donnellyr 243, River-
CanVOnville'S lone lOSS Was a mvpr-prl n l-nn-dp-- fnmhln in ina no-iinct thr- hnlfhark notion Lorron ravored u.s. plywood shifters
non-leaguer to Prospect which the end zone, Volkman spnnt-ipass-run play Monday. . . Ipiywood No. 6, ijvwvh u.s. Plywood
was avenged in league play. fi 70 vrd with mmt nH i- o.m Ta Win lAHidht no. 2, io-i; sliver pickers, 7-n; Shiftless,
The Hornet-: were stnni? In a r i n . j r 1I1B u,;-,":--' vJ """"'"i w tt 6-12; Moonlighters, 6-12.
ine norneis were suing in ,hhke Priest scored on a 15- Saturday and the Ind ans spe- 9 High Series: Ron pearce, 547, u.s.
non-league battle by the TlgCl-S.'varri run A n- frnm Vic-. ,n l.r.ut. L .u. i.. .7..J ettm-t ,:l imi it-. iPlywood No. 3. High Game: H. Gaus-
Douglas shared honors as BiK-20-U. and will be seeking toW 'in' th. J'4' !M;J3SJ& 1
Six Backs of the Week today, gain revenge. Kickoff lime is,point. hnio,ir nation, UnkpH a liH f-vn-ito -,r n.L sp.ceburgers. 23-9,- Winston c ..n.r..
Thurlow gained 75 yards,l:30 p.m. , , , .. . ':.,.
H..Linrt -..j r ..... uai uuwiit, itivuieu me nor- A-:t cnarn hod zeiinKa OI nui. a neiiiy nciiiii luinuiii iu a ana uuvcr, it-u,- u,iy---ao m
s and hit on four passes Camas Va ev kept the pace net ,RR r,mit VnlI 'ii.. "... li-;.roiinrtpr hillpH .7 worlrl w-w- "" Termite control, u-14,-
in the halfback ootion nass nlav set hv thp Tirc u-iih h j 1 Lamas VaUey sain-the Beavers was naturally pret-15-rounaer Dined as a world San(ltr,, -j.,,. W,ion chain saw, 14-
iu UIL IIHIIUULK option pass piajSCt Dy tllC IlgerS With a de- eA ilj var, . Plleh no anH arfH. ... ui-i. .1 lj;. oht hvvWht tit p hmit in n, Con. Looolno. 12ii.19W; Collins
thp -j n , , ' "1' ' I.,... " construction. 12-20; Latham Wholesale.
W de television audience with Bllttc Fall? I oeuer in T the r , .- ' drus " Iour Pass com-watching Stanford Upset Otre cnigan. 9V-22V.i Arnold Hansen Trucking, 1-24.
it fhi.mnin,. Tr ,hl , i,i I WIU,:BU" fa" Loggers in their pietlons out nf seven attempts. Dame last Saturday. He said Cotton, ranked as the No. 1 High Series: Kay Stevens, 143-173-102
Us thumping of the Irish. Imost recent outing. .Thp M, onij n, ....j. Ji, . .7 i. .. .u c.-L Ll,,lt.n . i, r;n: '. Winston Chain Saw. High Game:
Douglas led Washington past; Thc Hornets broke into an " Xi"- "" . 1,11 u?1 vr u,a" a,,y olri77:T"'' 'F'.." ""'.'t axin. . Patterson. 195, Ra.t's Termit.
Oregon 86-18. he completed ! early lead and were never "7 TV
Juo's Club. 23-5; Porter's Excavatino.
14-1 career record including 21?o-8.' umpqua Dairy, i?-9; Cornish u-
City Variety, lO's-17', Four Winds
Beauty Salon, 6V7-2IV2; Pepsi Cole. 4
23.
High Series and Game: Margret Port
er, 237-574.
ROCK AND ROLL
Montgomery Ward, 25-7; Bob's Elec
tric, 19-13; Foresters, 17-15J Southern
Oregon Diesel, 17-15; Valley Wholesale
1715) Women of the Moose, 15-17; Em
blem Ciuu, 14-16; A & I Harts and Serv-
igan has staged its own version! EniJ2Z SST
at a world title finht havinel High Series and Game: Feme Bar.
Ill
: iiurnuis DroKe into an .iicl.i,, .,,.,
nine of 12 passes for 135 yardsjthreatened. After scoring 19 , vE intercepted two Bmtc
and lacked on another 45 rush-lpoints in the first quarter, the Falls aerials
inE. Ilnnnl nmvnrhnncn u-onl nn in,
1 i"c Loggers lost the ball lend hut aoDarent v
:tvice on fumbles and puntediready for Stanford,
ifour times for a 20.6 average. I
lr-nn,n 7tln It J nn
waniaa aimy whs IJeuauzcu LM
jyards on three infractions and
I the Loggers lost 15 yards on
; three penalties. I
Richards, Heard Keep
League Scoring Leads
Beaver halfback Dan Esolain Boxing Association, nas
u.qe iniiti-prl. in tlrppon jstntp s
si .r lna tn Svrarusp last week-i knockouts. He has taken the
will hp couni only once.
Hank, sixth-ranked by thc
WBA, has won 54 fights, lost 17
and fought thrte draws. He has
knocked out 18 foes while es
caping this fate himself.
This is the second lime Mich
Roseburg Youths
Bowl High Scores
Alan Richards, Cottage
Grove's hard-running halfback,
continued to set the pace among
the Midwestern League (Dis
trict 5-A-l) point-makers.
Richards racked up three
touchdowns in the Lions' deci
sive 26-0 triumph over Sheldon
last week to boost his total for
tho season to 16 six-pointers a
total of 96 points
In the Umpqua Valley League
Camas Valley 19 13 6 1351
Butte Falls 0 0 0 00
Scoring: CV; Lawson 50 run' Bob Abbey, 15-year-old Rose
ponent for the Trojans will be 'run failed). CV; Volkman 30 burg bowler, fired a high three
the winner of the Rogue Valley run (run failed). CV; Buel 1 game scratch scries of 692 re
League, with the powerful Phoe- run (Lawson run). CV; Volk- cently at Indian Lanes.
nix i-iraics currently heading man a run (inrush kick). CV; Abbey's series is one of the
tr.e standings. ;Mser ju pass trom Buel (Hck top marks in the state fired by
However, cetoro the playoffs,:'""""- LV: Lawson fumble re- a junior kcglcr. and for thc
the Trojans have a remaining covcry in end zone (run failed). !season the local youngster is
league date at Myrtle Creek cv: Volkman 70 punt return p.-eking a verv respectable 182
Friday. Other UVL games this!'11 failed). CV; Priest 15 runiaverage. Abbey rolled his spec
Friday will find Glendalc at.Bllel Pass frum Kiser). itacular series during Satur
Riddle and Glide at Sutherlin.' ' day's Junior League competi-
liic iop iu socrcs in Midwest-; HI-lur ' rwi uon.
little significance elsewhere.
rackman,
'Ward.
1S2-M9-H1 542, Montgomery
Once beaten Alabama and records in parentheses
Navy forged into fourth and
fifth spots ahead of Wisconsin,
which fell to sixth.
Auburn, thc only other un
beaten-untied tram In the rat
ings had last .Saturday off but
still made I step up to seventh
place, changing places with Ok
lahoma, No, 8.
Southern California, the de
fending national champion
Team
1. Texas (30) (6-0)
2. Illinois -1-0-1
3. Mississippi (-t O-1)
4. Alabama (5-1)
5. Navy (5-1)
6. Wisconsin (41)
7. Auburn (5-0)
8. Oklahoma (4-1)
9. Southern Calif. (4-2)
10. Syracuse (5-1)
point race, Douglas' Jim Heardjorn and Umpqua Valley League! lNEW YORK (UPI) Offensive! Along with the outstanding se-!
nun nun winters coniiiiuco m piay tnrougii seven games are:;ena joc wauon oi ine iew vorKlrles, Larry Forrest rolled
noiti uicir leads. Heard picked! midwfctedm i enrnc H-iants is expected to be in con- 249 game to stack up a 551'
up only one PAT run last week.l VniJA, , UE Ulition to play next Sunday series. .j
out still is tops in the circuit . . ' .T -7 against the St. Louis Cardinals; Thc series fired by Abbev is
with 51 points. Withers raced . I ' , 1 " r despite a sore richt knee suf- amonc the toD 10 ever rnllprf
fered in last Sunday's 33-6 vic-iin thc Roseburg-Suthcrlin Asso
tcry over thc Cleveland Browns.'ciation.
first-place votes and won-lost for two TDs against Riddle, and; nlc,!nrls',,CG.
IS
13
10
Kmitson, Sheldon 8
moved to within one point of ?u,,,on' ?!ar.s.hfio.ld
P.lm. hi. t,nn,.i. ...;.!. to icnoouy, n. uer.a
TUl! Riftlfilt-!c' Inn isrunnolilinn In
213 the Midwestern Loaptie is com-i2''ls' Co,,?,RC f'r
196 ing from Jerry Button of Marsh-! "u.r?"s' ?0,e,bllr8
173 field. Button has hit pavdirt t3 "elds, Thurston
171 times for 78 points, while North; "oc- tugerie
i.i.npmv. K-pn snpri.iv h.. .np Goudc. Marslifield
wto T11 and 10 pat. for 7n Mekcch, N. Eugene
jk' points. i UMPQUA VALLEY LEAGUE
St i Roseburg's top scorer is Bob Player-School TD PAT Pis.
-raj? I hi
RUSSIAN GOOSE TAG wos found cn one of (he 15
snow geese taken by Millard Reagan and Johnny
Foster, both of Glendale, during a hunting expedi
tion eorlinr this month in the Klamath Falls area. A
gome worden who checked the geese stated that
the bird had probably come from one of the islands
1 1n the Siberia area. Regan ond Foster's kill Is one
of the best checked in so far this season reports
Mrs. Gerald B. Fox, Glendale. (Fox Photo, Glendale)
56 (hmokey) Burgess with 36 J. Heard, Douglas
points on six TD runs. Bur-, Withers, Douglas
gess ranks sixth among the cur-iRuckcl, Riddle
rent top 10 in 5-A-l play. I Grant, Sutherlin
This week the lop rated Indi-iHublcr, Glendale
ans will face a crucial test at Paeti, Riddle
MarsMicld. The Tribe leads thc Person, Douglas
circuit with a 7 0 record, while; Edwards, Sutherlin
the Pirates are tied with Cot- Paulson. Glide
tage Grove for second with a Buck. Glendale
6-1 mark. Marshfield has posted Ouellettc. Sutherlin
six straight triumphs since his-i S,-, -
The Roscburg-Marshfield game KUSSEIL E. DIEHL
will be played Saturday.
Friday games will find North
Eugene at Cottage Grove,
Springfield at North Bend, Shel
don and Thurston at Spring
field's Silke Field and Willam
ette will play South Eugene at
mm -
:iarea
"DIEHL with DIEHL"
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KENTUCKY
hermitage
IS
6 years old
Lugcne Civic Stadium. f 'to COv I
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