The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, January 08, 1962, Page 2, Image 2

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LA GRANDE WINS Th L Grand High Tigers clawed pest the Bend Lava Bean Satur
day evening by score of 53-48 at Bend. Ran dy Dolven of La Grande takes a rebound away
from Rex Chambers (44) of Bend, while Don Lester of La Grande and Mike Clark of Bend
watch. Chambers was high scorer for Bend with 20 counters.
Hughes high with
'Big-score' Bucks
whomp Prineville
Special te The Bulletin
" PENDLETON The Pendleton
Bucks, favored to win the Inter
mountain Conference In pre-sea-aon
forecasts, continued to make
the expert look good Saturday
by whomplng Prineville 67-39.
It was the Bucks' second big
Jntermountain Conference win In
as many starts, Pendleton drub
bing The Dalles 73-48 Friday
Ray Hughes scored 19 points to
lead the Pendleton attack, but he
had lots of help from sophomore
guard Dick Jones (17 points), and
junior Steve Bunker (10 points).
Oregon prep
cage scores
Saturday Prep Basketball
By United Press International
Beaverton 55 Illllsboro 38
Central Catholic 55 Centennial 38
Astoria 55 Clackamas 47
Sunset 82 David Douglas 48
MUwaukle 40 Greaham 36
South Salem 68 North Salem 51
Jloseburg 58 South Eugene 48
North Eugene 61 Springfield 39
Marshtield 50 North Bend 35
Cottage CI rove 64 Willamette 25
Medford 68 Klamath Falls 37
Grants Pass 41 Crater 38
Baker 47 Redmond 40
ta Grande 53 Bend 48
Hermiston 58 The Dalles 58
Pendleton 67 Prineville 39
Pleasant Hill 73 Elmlra 44
CresweU 58 Drain 41
St. Francis 48 Central Linn 28
Junction City 46 Oakrldge 38
Englo Point 65 Lakevlew 54
St. Mary's 39 Phoenix 35
Henley 81 Regno River 47
Grant Union 58 Heppner 57
Burns 70 Madras 52
Wolser (Idaho) 87 Valo 40
Nyssa 49 Pnyelte (Idaho) 41
Ontario 60 Meridian (Idaho) 49
Seaside 41 Newport 39
Nenh-Knh-Nlo 61 Star of Sea 54
Coquillo 73 OCE Frosh 62
Ramlon 45 Reedsport 36
Mvrlle Point 54 Siuslaw 40
Riddle 48 Pacific 43
Prospect 66 Ulendale 44 . .
Enterprise 47 lxwtlno 38
Mllton-Freew.iter 68 Pilot Rock 47
Sherman 45 Condon 38
;Yoncalla 6B Days Creek 34
Pros overlook
passing star
Hall, Penn Slate's passing artist,
) today had professional football's
college scouts looking like a flock
. of nearsighted Mr. Magoos.
In leading a Western All-Star
team to a 33-19 triumph over the
East In the Inaugural U.S. Bo!
' Sunday, Hall walked off with his
; second outstanding player award
r in a post-season game this sea
son. He also was named most
valuable player In the Gator
Embarrassingly, the five-foot,
nine-Inch, 190-pounder was given
a complete brush-off In the pro
fessional football Ieaguo drafts, i
- Hall said after the U.S. Bowl,
' which ho turned into a second
! half rout with his passing, that he
' has had tentative offers from Uie
, Boston Patriots of the American
Football League and the Hamll-1
, ton team in the Canadian Foot-
ball League.
. NEW YORK (UPD Kyle Rote,
co-captain oi the New York Giants
i will receive the "Big Brother of
; the ear award for his volunteer
, work with underprivileged chit-
dren from Mayor Robert F. Wag-
Prineville, with high - scoring
guard Mike Love sidelined by
mononucleosis, made 15 of 39 field
shots for a .384 percentage,
Pendleton, outrebounding the
Pokes 58-32, had . 64 tries and
made good on 24 shots for .375.
In the free-throw department
Pendleton hit 19 of 28 glflers,
while Prineville had only 17 tries
and made good on nine of them.
Dick Nicholas was Prlnevllle's
lone bright spot, coming through
with 16 points.
The Cowboys returned to friend
lier Central Oregon for two games
this weekend, hosting Bend Fri
day and playing at Redmond Sat
urday. Without Love, the Pokes will
probably be underdogs In both
Prineville (39) (87) Pendleton
Nicholas 16 ID Bunker
Myers a 4 French
Isaacson S ID Hughos
Barrow 5 17 Jones
Larson 2 3 Balrd
Prineville subs: Bishop 2, Niel
sen 6, Vaughn, Baker 1, Flowers.
Pendleton subs: C. Thorne 4,
Chrlstenson 8, Blackley 2, D.
Thorne, Svetich 3,
Pendleton . 15 33 47 87
Prineville 10 20 32 3D
Lown leading
bowling meet
Lown, a left-hander from El
Paso. Texas, continued to be the
pacesetter as the 1100,000 All-Star
Bowling Tournament today en
tered Its fifth day of competition.
Lown had a 3,507 total for 1(1
games, a 210 average, to out
distance the 288-man field. Car
men Salvlno, a Dallas profession
al, was second with 3,440.
Marlon Ladcwlg, seven-time
All-Star champion, outclassed the
144-womnn field as this division
entored (lie semifinals.
Mrs. Ladewig. Grand Rapids,
Mich., bowled 2,579 for 12 games,
a 214 average, to hold a 144 pin
lead over Judy Audsley, 17-year-old
high school senior from Kan
sas City, Mo., who scored 2.4:t5.
Cify recreation schedule
Junior High Church League Basketball, Allen School Gym:
7:88 PM Westminster Presbyterian vs. Free Methodist
8:80 PM Latter Day Saints vs. Baptist
Senior High Church League Basketball, Kenwood School Gym:
7:15 PM Catholic vs. Baptist
8:1! PM Methodist vs. Free Methodist
City League Basketball, Senior High School Gymt
8:00 PM Barclay Loggers vs. Jaycees
4:00 PM Century Tap Room vs. Redmond Music
:0O PM Brandls vs. Stover LeBlanc
Badminton, Senior High School Gymi
8:00 PM
Junior High Church League Basketball, Allen School Gymi
7:00 PM Catholic vs. Methodist
8:00 PM Episcopal vs. Presbyterian
Senior High Church League Basketball, Kenwood School Gymi
7:15 PM Presbyterian vs. Lutheran
Ladies' Gym Night, Junior High School Gymi
7:30 PM
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Beavers rally
to nip Cougars
PULLMAN, Wash. (UPI)-Ore-gon
State'! basketball Beavers
continue to roll,
The Beavers posted Uieir ninth
victory In 10 starts and their
eighth straight by defeating
Washington State 68-65 her Sat
urday night.
They overcame a nine point
deficit In the second half to beat
the Cougars and sweep a two
game weekend series.
Oregon State Is at home this
weekend. The Beavers play host
to Gonzaga on Friday night and
entertain the University of Port
land Saturday night.
Versatile Terry Baker, guard,
led tlio way with 21 points and
towering Mel Counts, 7-foot sopho
more center, and forward Steve
Pauly collected 19 and 18, respec
tively, for the Beavers.
Terry Ball scored 15 for Wash
ington State while Charlie Sells
and Dwlght Damon each had 14.
Tlio Cougars led by 51-42 With
six minutes gone in the second
half and hold a 37-30 halftime
Plum to join
Tittle as QB
Lemel of the Washington Red
skins and Milt Plum of the Cleve
land Browns will take over two
vacant position on Uie East squad
for the 12th annual National Foot
ball League Pro Bowl game on
Sunday in the Coliseum.
Lcmek was named to the team
Sunday and Plum the NFL'i lead
ing passor the past two years-
took ovor lor the Eagles' quar
terback Sonny Jurgensen.
Jurgensen was Injured In Sat
urday's 39-10 Playoff Bowl defeat
to the Detroit Lions at Miami,
Fla. Jurgensen, who entered Ha
hnemann Hospital in Philadelphia
for treatment, received "the worst
shoulder separation I've ever
seen," according to the Philadel
phia team physician.
Plum will loin New York'e Y.
A. Tittle as a quarterback on the
East team which is practicing at
Ilia University of Southern Cali
fornia. Tlio West, wllli Green Bay's
Rnrt Starr and Baltimore's John
ny Unltas at quarterback, has
been drilling for two days in tlie
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Redmond lone winner
It would appear, off opening
league play last weekend, that
Central Oregon basketball teams
may be forced to play straight
man for four fairly-strong Eastern
Oregon squads this season.
In a total of eight games Fri
day and Saturday, Bend. The Dal
les, Redmond and Prineville man
aged only one victory, with East
em Oregon squads coming out on
top in seven games.
Redmond was Uie lone Central
Oregon team to post a win, beat
ing La Grande Friday 84-48 in the
only upset of the weekend.
But the Tigers could be a lot
stronger before the season is
Playing without the services of
their big man, 6-3 and 195-pound
Tom Kinier, La Qrande whipped
Bend 63-48 here Saturday.
And Bend had all the best of it
in the height department with
players like 6-5 and 6-2, compared
with La Grande's biggest of 6-1.
Kinzer was left home because
IC standings .
Intermeuntain Conference
Pendleton -. 2 0
Baker .. 2 0
Hermiston 2 0
La Grande 1 1
Redmond .... .............. 1 1
The Dalles ........... 6 2
Bend - 0 2
Prineville 0 2
Saturday's scares!
La Grande S3, Bend 48
Baker 47, Redmond 40
Hermiston 86, The Dalles 53
Pendleton 87, Prineville 39
Other games:
Burns 70, Madras 52(4-2)
cage fives
of blood poisoning.
"We're a lot tougher with our
big man," La Grande Coach Jack
Raincy said. But Pendleton is
the coming team in this confer'
ence. They re going to be plenty
tough before the season Is over."
(La Grande whipped Pendleton
twice in pre-league non-counting
But the Tigers showed enough
Saturday to indicate they could be
right up with the best at the end
of the season.
Runnerup the past two years.
La Grande showed good balanced
scoring with reserve Don Moore
coming off the bench to hit seven
of nine from the field In three
quarters of action. His 14 points
led his teammates, but the Tigers
got good balanced scoring from
forward Don Lester (10), guard
Larry Nice (10), guard Dave
Smith (9) and reserve center Dan
Morris (6).
Bend did a fairly good Job on of
fense against La Grande's man-for-man,
Rex Chambers leading
By United Press International
Southern Division
Portland 27 10 1 55 149 101
Spokane 19 18 4 42 142 138
Los Angeles 13 22 5 31 148 182
San Francisco U 23 1 27 107 144
Northern Division
Edmonton 21 12 2 44 137 114
Calgary 19 13 S 41 158 128
Seattle 18 17 8 39 138 111
Vancouver 9 24 8 21 93 163
Sunday's Results
Portland 7 San Francisco 4
(Only game scheduled)
"Higher Interest J
Retroactive to January . 1962
Uie way with 20 points.
But it was on defense Uiat the
Bruins were really hurting. De
spite their height disadvantage,
Uie smaller La- Grande players
broke through Ume after time for
easy eight and 10-footers against
Bend's porous zone.
Bend's best effort was in Uie
second quarter when Uie Bruins
outscored La Grande 19-18 to
make it 32-27 for La Grande at the
But, had Uie Bruins been able
to hold down Uie La Grande scor
ers in that period, Uie outcome
might have been different.
The game actually wasn't as
close as Uie score would indicate,
with La Grande holding a com
fortable 50-36 lead about midway
through Uie final stanza.
The Bruins finally got up some
steam, outscorlng the Tigers 12-3
In that last four and one half min
utes. Bend hopes to get on Uie con
ference win trail this weekend
with games at Prineville Friday
and with The Dalles at Bend on
Saturday. Like Bend, Prineville
and The Dalles were winless over
Uie weekend.
Bend-La Grande box score
Bend (48)
a-t pftp
2-0 S 2
..... 8-1
Bowlus ...
.... 7-4 1-1 1 9
.... 13-5 12-10 1 20
7- 2
8- 3
1- 0
3 7
2 10
1 0
1 0
4 0
Clark ....
46-11 24-11 18 48
La Grande (51) e g a.f pf tp
2 The Bend Bulletin,
Bulldogs tie Bucks for lead
by beating Redmond 47-40
Special te The Bulletin
REDMOND The Baker Bull
dogs, continuing to perform as if
they werj real serious about win
ning a berth in the A-l meet at
Eugene next March, coasted to a
47-40 victory over Redmond here
Saturday evening.
The Bulldogs, 53-37 victors over
Bend Friday evening, used the
same tactic in overwhelming
The Baker squad Jumped off to
a big 17-11 first-quarter lead, then
played It cogy Uie rest of the way
taking only Uie good shots.
Baker had a 12-point margin, 38
26, at Uie end of Uie third quart
er, with Redmond outscorlng Uie
victors 14-19 in Uie final period.
Howard Logsdon, who saw less
than one half action against Bend
Friday, was high against Red
mond Saturday with 13 and his
injured ankle appeared much Im
proved. Jack Head Was next with
Don Walrous and reserve Bob
Beesley led Redmond with 8
Baker, again waiting for Uie
good shots, made 17 of 42 for a
.405 percentage. Redmond, get
Ung almost as many shots (41),
13-4 7-2 4 10
Dolven B-l 3-2 1 4
Walk 2-0 0-0 4 0
Nice 12-5 0-0 3 10
Smith , 7-3 5-3 2 9
Moore - 9-7 2-0 1 14
Morris 3-3 1-0 8 6
4M3 11-7 20 tl
... 14 32 44 63
... 8 27 34 48
La Grande
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Monday, January 8, 1962
connected on only 12 for a .293
At the free throw line Redmond
hit 16 of 24, whllo Baker made
13 of 24. Redmond was whistled
17 times, with 15 fouls caUed
against Baker along with a
technical foul charged to Logsdon.
Baker (47) (40) Redmond
Chapman 8 1 Sturza
Logsdon 13 4 Moor
Kerns 6 8 Watrous
Head 9 2 Massey
Staab 8 5 Frenzel
Baker subs: Widman 8, Yeak
ley. Redmond subs: Beesley 8,
Corwln 4, Wick 4, Hanson 4, Pet
erson. Baker 17 28 38 47
Redmond - 11 21 28 40
Scott slated
to fight Dupas
NEW YORK (UPI (-Substitute
Charley Scott of Philadelphia ap
parently wiU get a double reward
tor upsetting weiterweignt con
tender Caspar Ortega of Mexico
In Saturday night's nationally tele
vised fight at Madison Square
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