Rogue news. (Ashland, Or.) 19??-????, December 16, 1957, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    MON DEC. 16. 1957
ROGUE MEWS
PAGE THREE
Matmen
Drop Meet
' The first interscholastic
wrestling match in the history
of Ashland High School was
held December 3, in the A.H.S.
gym. The match was between
the Crater Comets and the
Grizzlies. Even though Crater
has. had wrestling for a num
ber of years, the Grizzlies look
ed good in going to defeat 40
25. AU of the individual match
es were won by pins.
The winners for A.ILS. in
the preliminary matches were
Jay Kaylor and Don Simpson.
The results of the main event
matches were: Dace White, C.
over Marvin Powell, A., Buz
Parker, A. oyer Butch Barber;
C, Duane Ash, A. over Mike
Notta, C; Ralph Dillion, C.
over Glen Moses, A.; John Ta
berra, C. over Larry Schmaltz,
A.; Dennis Bailey, C. over Ron
. Johnson, A.; John Dille, A.
over Rich Barne, C; Wayne
Collum, A., over Don Gillespie,
C; Dave Brown, C. over Steve
Farris. A ; Jerry Stubblefield,
A. over Curtis Raine, C; Jim
Goldenpenny, C. over. Gerry
Troxel, A.; Mike Martin, C.
over Frank Conley, A. '
Santa's
khAnninfl
topping
Column
Have you finished your
Christmas shopping yet? If
not, why not stop at the adver-
tisers of the Rogue News.
Scott's Gift and Babr Shoo
offer gifts for the person tak-
home Decorative Jines
"" . , , i
finest quality material.
Are your grades slipping
due to messy papers? Would
you like to find new type-
writer under the tree on
Christmas morn? A hint to
mom or dad could make you
the happy recipient of a type-
writer from . , Ashland Office
Supply.
No Christmas season is com
plete without parties. Delic
ious donuts, sandwiches, and
homemade candy from the
Rollin Pin Donui Shop will be
the hit of your party and make
you the most envied hostess in
town. While taking a break in
your, Christmas shopping drop
into the Rollin - Pin Donut
Shoo for a refreshing cud of
coffee and a roll.
WILEY AND REINHOLDT
INSURANCE
.359 Est Miin :
Bob Lee and Stuart Raspone battle it out during annual Let
termen's Smoker.
Leo Daniels Hits for 30
As Bears Stomp Loggers
Leo Daniels singed the hoop
nrj a. u-, nnrPfi ;n 30 noinu
ieading tne Ashland Grizzlies
to a 61-47 verdict over the Eu-
rcka Loggers, Dec. 7 Trans-
formed after a t dull Friday
night affair, the casaba men
from Ashland played torrid
ball as they steamed easily
past the tall lads from South
of the border.
The game started off fast as
lead early in the quarter. Then tinued their domination as
Daniels began his sizzling dem- Daniels shooting fell off cbn
onstration of shooting finesse siderably. but the company
and the rest of the team settled
aown to pull out in iront 10-1
as the quarter ended.
-MYSTERY-GUYS
'II DOLLS
. ,
vnwatt frSee theater ticket
first person who turmt In the
correct names of all four mys
tery students. Conclusions may
be given to Judy Campbell or
Florence Byrd. Remember the
first correct answers receive
the ticket. Here are a few clues
to the students identities;
' The first student is a boy
and he stands about S feet 10
inches tall and weighs apcrox-
imately 165 pounds. He Is a
fc:iior ;.nd wears biack ifo-.:-
quite frequently. He has blue
eyes, a crew cut, and a gay but
serious- smile
The second student is a girl.
Some of her charming feature,
are blue eyes and dimples. She
wears white bucks and flats.
She weighs about 117 pounds.
All this topped with a cute
smile makes this 5 feet 4 inch
senior girl very well liked by
'Next is a junior boy' who
stands 5 feet 9 inches tall and
weighs 150 pounds. He has
blue eyes, a crew-cut, and faint
dimples. His shoes are what is
kiiown as "light browu fruit
boots."
The last student is a junior
gin. nne aiso nas aimpies, cnarity stripe and continu
wears white shoes, and has ed tneir fieid goal perform
blue eyes. She stands about 5 Meanwhile, the boy3
test 6 inches tall and weighs from down gth found them
about 120 pounds. . selves limited to one field goal.
The color of their hair has fne foul shot an h0in ?e
not been told as that would times by a margin of 23-14 as
give it away. However, all
four colors begin with B. The
initials of all four mystery stu
dents are hid somewhere in
the paper.
Have fun looking and don't
forget to turn in your answers
as soon as possible.
. The second quarter saw the
Grizzlies step up this sizzling
to boom out in front 21-
half M Eurekans hastily
caUed time out moment
of deliberation did them no
good however ag DanieU
continued his scoring splurge
tn AnH fh- hal ,ith ,0 noints
and a comfortable 33.23 iead
for the home team.
As the third Quarter unfold
made up the slack. Peterson
and Hartwell began putting
the little ball through the big
hoop, outscoring the rusty Log
gers 10-4 to take a 43-27 edge
at the close of the quarter.
Stout defense and smooth
working ball control offense
combined to keep the Grizzlies
matching the revived Loggers
tit fat m a ttio Ftlr mAni
very satisfactorily witn a bl-
tc ore to fa vor of the Ash-
them
their second
victory
in
many games.
Huskies Edged
In Last Second
Squeaking past the Fortuna
Huskies of California by
core of 36-34, the 1957-58 edi-
tion of the Ashland High bas-
ketball team made their debut
n a sparsely attended home
game, Dec. B.
With both clubs playing er
ratic, early season ball, the
amf waf 8"11 t ".J"
way.
The first quarter featured
ball control offense as the
Grizzlies hit from the field at
" ' ."
bA the visitors offfnst with aff-
gressive defense. The 11-10
lead of the visitors at the end
of the quarter was accountable
to their cashing in at the foul
line while the Grizzlies suffer-
ed from an allergy to getting
free shots,
In the second stanza of play,
it was Ashland all the way as
thev besan to hit nav dirt from
the half-time buzzer sounded.
ASHLAND DRUG
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Prescriptions Cosmetics
Costume Jewelry
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Smoker Nets $200
For Athletic Fund
By Larry Nal
Closely matched, ' act ion- Result of the
packed bouts were the star at- were:
tractions of the annual Letter-
man's club smoker held Wed
nesday, Dec. 4. Ten boxing
matches and a wrestling exhi
bition rounded out the even-
inc's format as a crowd of 350
viewed the spectacles in the
ring. Proceeds of over' $200
went into the Ashland High
athletic fund.
Although none of the com
batants were skilled pugilists,
they still went at each other
determined to win and they
never quit.
Remember!
DECEMBER
16 Wrestling, Grants Pass,
there
17 Christmas Program ,
. 18 Wrestling, Hedrick Jr.
Hi, here
.19 Wrestling, Illinois Val
ley 20 Basketball, Tillamook,
hcie :
20 to Jan 2 Christmas Va
cation ,21 Basketball, Tillamook,
here
JANUARY
2 Wrestling, Klamath
Falls, here
3 Basketball, Crater, here
4 Basketball, Crater, here
7' Wrestling, Crater, there
9 Wrestling, McLoughlin,
here
10 Basketball, Klamath
Falls; here
11 Basketball, Klamath
Falls, here
14 Wrestling, Medford,
here 1
16 Wrestling, Hedrick Jr.
Hi, there
17 . Basketball, Medford,
here
17 End of the Semester
18 Basketball, Medford,
there
21 Wrestling, Grants Pass
here
23 Wrestling, McLough
lin, there
25 Lettermen's Formal .
Dance
29 National assembly ' -
30 Wrestling, Medford,
there
31 Basketball, Grents
Pass, there
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11 events
Dennis Nason over Dick Al
len. ,
Jerry G lines over Lee Seitz."
George Moses over Jerry
Mitchell.
Steve Harris over Don Fow-
ler.
Stuart Raspone draw with
Bob Lee.
Jay Kaylor over Joe Boor-
Wrestling
' . Bob Voris over Clinton Gil
lespie, George Mackay over
Floyd Brown, Gary Callahan
draw with Ron Fuller, Leland
Hartwell over Gary Pflueger,
and Jerry TroxeJ over Steve
Morrill.
STOP! GRIZZLIES!
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J. H.
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