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2 The Bend Bulletin, Friday, January 12, 1962
Need not overpower ball
? Gal bowlers aided
: by rhythm, timing
By Oscar Frelay
UPI Staff Wrltar
MIAMI BEACH (UPI) There's
no reason in the world why a
woman can't be every bit as good
as a man on a bowling alley,
little Sylvia Wene asserted today,
because the ladies have a pair of
built-in prerequisites.
"Timing and rhythm are the
two biggest factors in bowling
well," she points out. "Where
most men try to overpower the
ball, women just naturally have
those two most necessary traits."
Sylvia, who la only four feet, 11
Inchea tall, can apeak with author
ity because aha undoubtedly can
beat the majority of men who
fancy themselves as bowlers.
Proof of this is that, at the
moment, she is one of the leaders
among the 16 finalist in the 21st
the only woman to' bowl perfect
game both in the All-star run by
the Bowling Proprietors of Amer
ica and the world's championship
to boot; has a record 206 three
year average and holds the rec
ord of 11 series of 700 pins or
better In tournament play.
The smiling 114-pounder has
dead aim on the $3,000 first prize
in the current all-star, which ends
Saturday, as she shoots for her
third crown. In 1935 she was the
first to dethrone Marion Ladewig
and she repeated in 1960 by edg
ing ,asl M . Ladewig by a scant
37 pins.
It a a grind, Sylvia nodded, but
he "wouldn t be doing anything
else In the world.
Good Living Possible
"You can make a fine living
as a bowling professional," ad-
annual All-Star Tournament at ; mitted the 32-year-old Sylvia, who
Miami Beach Convention Hau. li rides around in a Cadillac from
you want more proof, it's there, i one end of the country to the
Three perfect wmti ouier, Dut you nave to love me
Tha black-haired mita Irom
Philadelphia Is the only woman
with three sanctioned 300 games
Strong Beavers
test Zags, Pilots
this weekend
By Untttd Pru International
.' .' The powerful Oregon Stata Bea-
vers, who hava rolled up eight
; victories in a row and have won
tiine of 10 starts, meet Gonraga
,' fcnd Portland at Corvalli this
- weekend.
' The Beavers play host to the
Bulldogs tonight and entertain the
; pilots Saturday night.
The Oregon Ducks take on Ida
' Jio at Moscow In a two-game se
ries this weekend.
I Oregon Stats will be seeking to
- preserve its national prestige
'. against Gonzaga and Portland.
The Beavers were rated ninth In
. the nation In the United Press
J International coaches' poll this
week.
' Their lone defeat came against
' Montana Rtata In their second
" bams ol the season.
! . Asalnst Gonuga. Slats GUI
' brobablv will open with Mel
. ipounta at center, Jay Carty and
J)ob Jacobson at forwards and
.' Terry Baker and M Junior Stave
' Pauly at g'tards.
.' Tha Bulldogs, who hava won
' 'alx of 11 games, featura 6-5 senior
; forward Bob (Pudgy) Hunt,
former high school standout it
. Jnppa.
4 Tha Pilot could provide rough
r opposition than their 6-8 record
Indicate. They beat Gonzaga M
5 Wednesday night and star 6-10
senior center BIU Garner appar
ently has recovered from an early
season knee Injury.
The Ducks will be trying to
bounce bock with wins over Idaho
after two losses to Stanford last
weekend. They beat the Vandals
In the Far West Classic.
But Oregon will be hampered
by injuries. Regular center Wally
Knecht, a 6-6 senior, still is not
bark to normal because of an
ankle sprain that kept him out of
the Stanford series and reserve
forward Jerry Anderson, a 6-3
sophomore, may be bothered by
a slight ankle sprain suffered this
week, 1
EAGLES HELP BRITO
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) - Gene
Brlto, the partially paralyzfd
former National football League
atnr, has boon voted a S400 play.
o(t share by the Philadelphia
Kngles from money they received
for playing in the runnerup bowl
game witli tha Detroit Lions in
Miami last Saturday.
Pets are selling every dayl
(in Bulletin Classifieds)
NFL's best
featured in
Pro Bowl
LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Two
football squads with the world's
best players according to their
coaches clash Sunday in the 12th
annual Pro Bowl, at Memorial
Coliseum.
Both East coach Allie Sherman
of the New York Giants and West
coach Norm Van Brocklin of the
Minnesota Vikings say in viola
tion of tradition they've got easy
jobs because of their material.
There is a special incentive for
the players to win each member
of the winning squad gets $800
...u:..u I. -nn wrn tl.art thn
i". " WESTERN HOCKEY LEAGUE
The West is rated a 6'1 point I Bv Unit,(l Press International
favorite. All-stars from the Na- Southern Division
tional Football League's Western W L T Pts GF GA
Conference have a 7-4 edge over Portland 28 10 1 57 152 103
the Easterners. Spokane 19 17 4 42 144 143
Sherman said he'd like to have j La Angeles 13 22 5 31 148 182
any number of the East squad san Francisco 13 25 1 27 111 152
players on his own New York i Northern Division
team which won the Eastern ' Edmonton 22 12 2 46 142 116
Conference title. Calgary 19 IS 4 42 157 130
"These are (he best football j Seattle , 18 17 4 40 140 113
players in the world," said Sher- Vancouver 10 24 3 23 100 155
man, the NFL coach of the year. Thursday's Results
Jim Brown eyes re tirement
LOS ANGELES (UPI) His
coach thinks it simply is a gim
mick to get more money in 1962
but Cleveland's Jim Brown, Lite
National Football League's ground
gaining champ for the past half
decade, said today he seriously
was thinking of quitting football.
Brown, rushed for more than
1.400 yards during the 1961 season
to lead the fifh In that statistic
for the fifth year in a row. He
said Thursday ha may retire from
football to concentrate on his off
season job with the Pepsi-Cola
Co. in New York.
"I won't know for a while," the
228-pound fullback said, "I have
game and love to travel."
In explanation of that state
ment, consider that Sylvia travels
100,000 miles a year. This includes
playing in some 15 tournaments
and giving anywhere from 100 to
200 exhibitions. Her job as a
clinician for AMF has taken her
into every state, Including Hawaii,
as well as to Greenland and New
foundland. Twice elected woman bowler of
the year, Miss Wena started
bowling at 17 when she went to
a bowling lane with her brother
and sister.
'I wanted to bowl 100 after
rolling only 96 in my first game."
she recalls. "Then, when I hit
100, I wanted to bowl 200.
Now she "sells" bowline to
other women.
'It's wonderful recreation and
fine sport for women," she
says. It s lealtny exercise and,
on top of that, it's slenderizing.
What more t' ss n woman want?"
Bruins after
first league
cage victory
Intarmountstn Conference
Tonight's gamtS!
Bend at neville
Redmond at Tha Dalles
Pendleton at La Grande
""ormlston at Baker
The Bend Lava Bears have two
goals In mind when they play the
Crook County Cowboys at Prlne-
viue tonight, and win would
handle both of them.
First, the Bears would like to get
their Initial win in Intermoimtain
League play after losing opening
games to Baker and La Grande
last weekend.
Second, the Bruins would like to
end a five-game loss streak that
began against Reynolds last De
cember 9.
The Cowboys will be forced to go
It without the services of ace
scoring guard Mike Love, ailing
with mononucleosis. But, if the
Pokes can get soma scoring to go
with Dick Nicholas' usually high
output, Uie Bruins could be in for
a tough game.
Another Central Oregon encoun
ter will hava Redmond at Tha Dal
les tonight.
Eastern Oregon teams, which
won seven of eight games from
Central Oregon squads In league
openera last weekend, play in
their own hack yard tonight
Plenty of action Is forecast when
conference . favorite Pendleton
playa at La Grande Uu's evening.
La Grande won two non-counting
pre-season games from the Bucks,
54-32 (at La Grande) and 62-61 Oil
Pendleton).
Another top encounter lias Ba
ker, a strong choice for the run
neruD soot, hoitina a veteran llor-
miston club. I
There's not much to coaching
when you have the men I've been
exposed to this week."
Van Brocklin, a rookie head
coach like Sherman, expressed
similar sentiments.
"All you have to do with these
guys," he said, "is roll the ball
out there. Give them the termin
ology, that's all. They've got tile
execution. Their techniques are
perfect. . ,
NCAA action
against small
colleges hit
MONMOUTH (UPI) Tha Na
tional Collegiate Athletic Associa
tion (NCAA) penalties against
Whllworth and Humboldt State
Colleges "are the outcome of
more III feeling over the NCAA
AAU fight," Dr. Robert Living
ston of Oregon College of Educa
tion said Thursday.
Livingston is chairman of Na
tional Association of Intercollegi
ate Athletics' (NAIA) District- 2.
Whitworth and Humboldt State
were put on one year's probation
by the NCAA for playing in un
sanctioned football playoffs.
The playoffs involved were the
1WW NAIA post-season games.
Llnfield of McMinnvllle played in
this season's NAIA playoffs but
is not an NCAA member.
"Eventually institutions are go
ing to hava to belong to on or
the other," said Livingston.
"The NCAA is trying to move
into the college area, as contrast
ed to tho university division. For
many years we felt the NCAA
didn't give a darn about the col
leges. Then tha NAIA started ex
panding its program. There's a
lot of jealousy in high places,"
he said.
The NAIA generally has sup
ported the AAU in its battle with
the NCAA, largely because NCAA
executive director Walter Byers
has been quoted as saying the
NCAA is the only organization
qualified to administer college
athletics.
With more than 400 members,
the NAIA thinks it should not be
left out.
Livingston said T h u r s d a y's
NCAA action was a now develop,
ment in that "similar cases have
come and gone without any action
being taken."
No games scheduled.
a lot of talking to do."
Brown said he talked to Pepsi
Cola's special market supervisor,
Harvey Russell the man whom
Brown is attached to in the organ
izationbut no decisions will be
made until the football star gets
back to his home in Cleveland.
However, in Cleveland, coach
Piul Brown of the Browns said
he expects the former Syracuse
University star to bo with the
team next fall.'
"This is the time of Uie year
for our Jim to start laying the
groundwork for a new contract,"
Brown said.
In Los Angeles for the pro bowl
game on Sunday In the Coliseum,
the pile driving runner said he
would go to New York next week
but wasn't sure about announcing
his plans at that lime. '
Brown- did say ha might con-
tinue to play if traded to the
NFL New York Giants, "where I
could devote full time to my job
in New York and still play foot
ball during the season.
There was some talk Brown
was upset over the way he was
treated at Cleveland this year.
But, except for carrying the ball
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ROLLS BRILLIANT SERIES Bob Nelson, who boasts leading
-wage in two Bend bowling leagues, really got hot Tuesday
s ha fashioned games of 257, 256 and 267 for 780 series
nigh. avar rolled In Bend and believed to be among the top
two or ;!ire series ever rolled In Oregon. Previous high series
In Bend was posted by Elmer Brown, who rolled 713 in 195?
city meet. Motion's 780 was only tha fifth 700 series avar
bowled in end.
City recreation schedule
FRIDAY
Junior High Church League Basketball, Allen School Gym:
7:00 pm first Christian vs. Baptist
. 1:00 PM Westminster Presbyterian vs. Methodist
Cbess Club, Harmen Hebby House: 7:30 PM
SATURDAY
AJBC Bowling, Graanweed Bowl:
10:00 AM Grade School; 10:30 AM Senior High School; 1:H
PM Junior High School
1:00 PM Baseball Clinic-beys 14 yrs. I aver Sr. HS Gym
305 time which he considered
"quite a bit," the powerful runner
said he was entirely contented
with the entire Browns' organiza
tion. Pioneers vie
with Pacific
By United Press tntornatlanel
Lewis and Clark's Pioneers,
leading the Northwest Conference
basketball race with three wins
in three starts, take on Pacific
in two-game series this week
end,
Tha Pioneers play host to Pa.
cific tonight at Portland and meet
the Badgers again Saturday night
at f orest (irove,
In other two-game conference
series, Linfield tests Whitman at
Walla Walla and Willamette faces
College of Idaho at Caldwell,
Idaho.
Oregon Tech entertains Eastern
Oregon In two games at Klamath
Falls and Oregon College of Edu
cation collides with Southern Ore
gon in a pair of contests at Mon
mouth in tha Oregon Collegiate
Conference.
Portland State Is idle.
Rams' owners
discuss policy
MIAMI. Fla. (UPI) - The situa
tion was status quo with owners
of tha Los Angeles Rams today,
which most likely means all four
still are unhappy over the way the
team is being handled.
General Manager Elroy Hlrscn
said Thursday Daniel F. Reeves
and the other three co-owners ol
the one-time National Football
League power, held a series of
meetings here last weekend, but
failed to reach any new agree
ment over their operating policy.
Reeves owns 33 1-3 per cent ot
the Ram stock the largest single
share but consistently is outvot
ed in matters by co-owners Ed
win W. Pauley, Fred Levy Jr.,
and J. Hal Seley who have ex
pressed dissatisfaction with the ad
ministration of Reeves. Comedian
Bob Hope also is a stockholder but
Levy customarily votea Hope's
share.
Hirsch said the four men held
'just common sense discussions
trying to find a solution to the
disagreement." He said the co
owners, hero for the NFL meet
ing, will renew their discussions
later. Pauley had to go to Mexico
on business.
Much of the Rams' failure on
tha field tha past few years has
been blamed on front-office prob
lems arising from the disagree
ment of the four co-owners.
TO REVISE SCHEDULE
LONDON (UPD-Tho European
Ids Hockey Federation will draw
up a revised schedule at its Jan.
24 meeting In Geneva to accom
modate Yugoslavia, which Thurs
day became the 19th country to
enter the 1962 world champion
ships at Colorado Springs, Colo.
District eight powers clash
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By United Press International
The usual busy weekend is
scheduled for Oregon's high
school basketball teams with to
night's game between Corvallis
and South Salem labeled the top
contest.
The winner of this one probably
will nab the favorites roll in the
District S race.
Jefferson meets Wilson In Port
land's top encounter. First-ranked
Grant is at Benscn.
Klamath Falls hosts Crater to
night while Modford plays Crater
tonight and Ashland Saturday.
Baker hosts Ilermiston in an
Eastern Oregon "crucial" tonight.
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