Cougar print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1976-1977, January 13, 1977, Page 6, Image 6

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Activities from billiards to bri
offered in the Association of Coliegel
International (ACU—I) Tournamen
Clackamas Community College studi
rying 6 or more credit hours are
for competition. Sign-up sheets art
Community Center game room a
Randall Hall lobby. The activities wi
on January 20.
Activities will include billiards,
soccer (foosball), table tennis, bowli
hockey, frisbee toss, bridge and chi
sorted starting times have been set
order to insure participants adequat
to compete in more than one even
information concerning starting time
suit the ACU-I posters placed arow
Winners of the tournament willi
a trophy and will also represent the
in the Region XIV tournament wl
being held at the University of Ore:
Photo by Larry Jackson
Dan Bauer, Rick McGowan and Frank Gibson attempt to cut off a Hawaii Pacific College
player in a recent holiday trip to Hawaii. Although the Cougars were successful in Hawaii
they were defeated in their two most recent games.
Cougars defeat Cavaliers
The Clackamas Community College men's
basketball team will play the Willamette
University J.V.'s Friday, Jan. 14 at 5:30 in
Salem following a contest against Chemeketa
Community College Wednesday. When they
return from the Salem game, the Cougars
will host a league game with Judson Bap­
tist at 7:30 Saturday in Randall Gym.
Clackamas has racked up a winning re­
cord against all of this week's opponents.
They hold a 15-2 edge over Chemeketa, and
a 9-7 edge with Judson Baptist (the Cou­
gars won both 1976 contests 102-71 and
Tuesday, Jan. 4, the Cougars raised their
season's record to 7-3 when they downed
Concordia College 94-59.
Clackamas, which now averages better
than 91 points per game on offense, allowed
the Cavaliers field goal during the
first 10 minutes of play, as they raced to a
quick 29-5 lead.
Preston Martin, out of Rex Putnam H.S.,
scored 21 points and hauled in 22 rebounds
for the Cougars. Freshman Jeff Nilsen,
Lakeridge, tallied 18 pointsand 11 rebounds.
Sophomore Frank Gibson and Frosh Jim
Coffman contributed 14 points each.
The Cougars bombed Concordia even
though they lacked three starters. Chuck
Sampson, Rick McGowan and John Van-
Acker missed the Concordia contest because
of late return from Christmas break. They
are expected to be ready for conference
play. Bill Ullman (6-7 center) may miss the
remainder of the season because of a health
problem and Doug Kanis (6-9 backup cen­
ter) has left the team for personal reasons.
In more recent basketball action, the
Cougars dropped two games, one to Blue
Mountain Community College and the other
to Linn Benton Community. According to
Coach Len Tirrill, "The problem was that
we just didn't play up to our capabilities,
and when you don't do that, you can't ex­
pect to win." Hopefully the Cougars will
play up to their capabilities in their up­
coming contests with Willamette and Jud­
son Baptist Colleges.
The Regional tournament will b
February 10-12.
Matmen anticipi
upcoming meets
Clackamas Community College's«
team will host its first home meetol
on Friday, January 14, at 7 p.m.i
Umpqua Community College.
The meet with the Timbermen I
the Cougars' first dual meet of the Ol
conference season.
The next day the Cougars tra
Salem to challenge Chemeketa Corn
College at 7 p.m.
Wrestlers who have performed *
far for Clackamas include sophonw
Ziegle (Rex Putnam, 126 pounds)i
12-3 record; freshman Don Zellner
stone, 134) 8-3; sophomore Steve I
(Clackamas, 142) 7-0; and Jeff Harm«
Dalles, 177) 10-2.
One of the top meets of thei
looms for the Cougars on Saturday,^
as they host the Clackamas Cornu
College Invitational, beginning at 9a
Randall Hall Gym.
Hilltop Rocks and Gifts
-Large assortment of agate,
turquoise and ceramic jewelry
-Do it yourself materials
--Lapidary equipment
Oregon City, Oregon 97045
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