The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, January 09, 1962, Page 3, Image 3

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    The Bend Bulletin, Tuesday, January 9, 1962 3
They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo
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NFL just
misses four
million total
MIAMI BEACH UPI The
National Football League happily
reported today a total paid at
tendance of 3,986,159 (or 98 games
in 1961, the fourth straight year
over three million and an average
increase of 569 fans per game.
In 78 games last year the
league drew 3,128.296 spectators.
"This is particularly impres
sive, said Commissioner Pete
Rozelle, starting a new five-year
term at $50,000 a year, "in view
of the fact that the last two weeks
of the season we had very poor
weather in the East and Midwest
and also had one new club as
well as a relatively new club."
The league expanded to the St.
Paul-Minneapolis area last year
with the founding of the Minne
sota Vikings, and it was only the
second year of operation for the
Dallas Cowboys.
"We also must consider," added
Rozelle, "that in 1958 and 1959 the
Los Angeles Rams, playing in a
100.000-seat stadium, were very
successful. Now they have been
down and yet interest goes up,
and there are places where we
need larger stadiums.
"Philadelphia and New York
were up appreciably in attend
ance, ,and so was Washington de
spite a losing season. This last
case proves the value of a new
stadium. Overall it is an optimis
tic trend with attendance doubled
in the last 10 years."
As the NFL opened its annual
meeting, it agreed to extend the
trading deadline up to the fifth
regularly scheduled game instead
of the third game as previously,
and for 1962 only extended the
use of players called to military
duty if they have permission of
ttieir commanding officers.
The owners defeated proposals
to raise the player limit from 36
'.o 38, create an injured reserve
list, and make the home teams
wear white jerseys so the fans
could see the colors of visiting
tarns.
LUDES POLICE
SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.
UPI) Police investigating a
:itizen's complaint of pre-dawn
lorn blowing lound a raccoon
itanding on the front seat of a
ar leaning on the horn.
The hornblower escaped.
Tenpin
Alley
Monday Night Owl League
W L
Brandis Drug 6 2
Pilot Butte Inn 6 2
Murray & Holt S 3
Coca Cola 5 3
Eagles Auxiliary 4 4
Rock 'n Wood 2 6
Trailways 2 6
Cascade Bowl 2 6
This week's games: Brandis 3,
Rock 'n Wood 1; Coca Cola 3,
Cascade Bowl 1; Pilot Butte Inn
3, Trailways 1: Eagles Auxiliary
2, Murray & Holt 2.
Team leaders: Coca Cola, 841
game and 2359 series.
High scorers: Beryl Brandsma,
227 game: Louise Keown, 593 se
ries (and 217 game). .
Skyline League
W
Bob's Archery 7
Medo-Land - 6
Coca Cola 5'i
Seems Barber Shop 4
Provident Life Ins 3Va
Bend Bulletin 3
Redmond 2 6
George's Blacktop 1 7
This week s games: Bob s Arch
ery 4, Bulletin 0; Seems Barbers
3, Redmond 1; Medo-Land 3,
George's Blacktop 1: Provident
Life 2'i, Coca Cola l'j.
Team leaders: George's Black
top, 950 game; Medo-Land. 2705
series.
High scorers: B. Thorpe, 226
game; George Mirich, 563 series.
Starlighter League
W L
Erickson's Market . 4 0
Mahoney's Equip. 4 0
Denning's Richfield 3 1
Cascade Glass 3 1
Bend Bottling 1 3
B&CCafe 1 3
Banty Shanty 0 4
Oregon Trail Box 0 4
This week's games: Mahoney's
Office Equipment 4, Oregon Trail
Box 0; Denning's Richfield 3, Bend
Bottling 1; Cascade Glass 3, B & C
Cafe 1; Erickson's Super Market
4, Banty Shanty 0.
Team leaders: Mahoney's, 883
game and 2448 series.
High scorers: Joan Evans, 218
game and 558 series.
City League
W L
Jim's Electric 4 0
Seven-Up 3 1
Duncan Brothers - 3 I
Pepsi-Cola 2 2
Medo-Land .. 2 2
Lelco ' 1 3
Elks ' 1 3
Joe 4 Bea's 0 4
This week's games: Jim's Elec
tric 4, Joe & Bea's 0; Duncan
Brothers 3, Elks 1; Seven-Up 3,
Lelco 1; Pepsi Cola 2, Medo-Land
2.
Team leaders: Seven Up 994
game and 2742 series.
High scorers: DarreU Pipes.
633 series; Ellery Hickman, 236
game. Other 600s: Rube Ells, 619;
Jim Sage, 612; Al Harrington, 606.
Greenwood Scotth Doubles
High series: John and Z e 1 1 a
Shepard, 1281 (won $19.25, one half
of jackpoO. Others, Charlie and
Lilly Newman, 1223 series ($4;
Chuck and Shirley Sherman. 1168
series ($3; Hazel Swiney and Don
Blevens, 1160 ($1.8Q.
WESTERN HOCKEY LEAGUE
By United Press International
Southern Division
W L T Ptl GF GA
Portland 27 10 1 55 149 101
Spokane 19 16 4 42 142 138
Los Angeles 13 22 5 31 148 182
San Francisco 13 23 1 27 107 144
Northern Division
Edmonton 21 12 2 44 137 114
Calgary 19 15 3 41 155 128
Seattle 18 17 3 39 138 111
Vancouver 9 24 3 21 95 153
Monday's Results
Ail-Star game at Portland
North 7 South 4
KNECHT ON DOUBTFUL LIST
EUGENE (UPD Wally Knecht,
Oregon center, was still on the
doubtful list today for this week
end's series against Idaho at Mos
cow. Knecht missed last week's
series with Stanford because of a
badly sprained ankle. The ankle
was improved Monday.
Young golf pro
Phil Rodgers
mows down aces
LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The
crowds came to watch Arnold
Palmer. Gary Player and nation
al amateur champion Jack Nick-
laus.
But they stayed to cheer brash
young Phil Rodgers, a 23-year-old
pro who has been on the tour ex
actly six months.
It was Rodgers who methodical
ly mowed down the big names in
the $45,000 Los Angeles Open golf
tournament slaughtered them, in
fact, to such an extent it was no
contest.
The young Rodgers. just out of
the Marines, headed for his home
town of San Diego today with the
$7,500 first prize check in his pock
etand all the world much bright
er. On his way to conquering the
field the stocky, 187-pound. 5-8
Rodgers clipped four strokes off
the tournament record by posting
a 72-hole score of 268.
Sets Course Record
He broke the course record of
63 (held by Ken Venturi and
Tommy Bolt) with a sizzling 62.
He won by the widest margin
nine strokes in this tourney since
1929, when McDonald Smith beat
Horton Smith by the same dis
tance.
It was the biggest victory mar
gin in a PGA tournament since
1959 when Mike Souchak spread-
eagled the field by nine shots in
the Motor City Open at North
field, Mich.
Finishing in a tie for second and
picking up $3,325 each were Bob
Goalby, the' defending champion
from Crystal River. Fla., and
hard-luck Fred Hawkins, El Paso,
Tex., who has not won a major
tourney since 1956. They had 277s.
Jackie Burke, Kiamesha Lake,
N.Y.. veteran, came next with 278
and won $2,400.
Hockey rooters
pass up stars
By United Press International
Who wants to watch a bunch of
all-stars when you can see the
champions instead?
This was apparently the feeling
of the Portland fans who stayed
away in droves from the fifth an
nual Western Hockey League all
star game.
The disappointing turnout of 4,-
126 was the lowest to watch a pro
fessional hockey game at the Rose
City since the sport returned there
last season after a decade ab
sence. The Buckaroos are far in
front in Southern Division competition.
Those who showed up saw the
Northern stars skate away with a
7-4 decision and dominate action
all the way.
Defenseman Doug Barkley of
Calgary and the North was voted
the night s top performer. He
scored in the third period and con
tributed an assist as well as turn
ing in a tough game on defense.
Phil Maloney, player - coach of
lowly Vancouver, scored twice for
the winners.
Regular action resumes tonight
with Seattle at Calgary and San
Francisco at Vancouver.
PROPOSAL REJECTED
CORNELIUS (UPI) Voters
here turned thumbs down again
Monday on a proposed bond issue
for a $150,000 gymnasium at the
Cornelius school. A similar pro
posal was rejected Dec. 11.
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