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The Bend Bulletin, Saturday, Jan. 13, 1962 3
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HANDLING GUNS Members of the Bend Junior Rifle club
heard Oregon State Police and Oregon State Game Commis
sion officials explain game laws Thursday evening. Illustrating
the correct manner for field hunting ere Gary Scrivner, 12;
Fridays college
basketball
By United Press International
WEST
Pepperdine 63 Santa Clara 44
N.M. Military 69 San Angelo 60
Utah St 69 Colorado St. 59
Oregon St. 78 Gonzaga 64
Puget Sound 58 Whitworth 54
Seattle U. 73 Washington St 68
Stanford 74 California 42
Washington 85 Southern Cal 67
Loyola 78 San Francisco 72
Sacramento St. 73 Chico St 55
Nevada 72 Humboldt St. 46
Lewis & Clark 84 Pacific 63
Oregon Tech 59 Eastern Ore. 57
Oregon Coll. 55 Southern Ore. 49
Idaho 72 Oregon 64
San Jose St 59 Univ. of Pacific 48
Long Beach St. 77 Fresno St. 70
Pasadena 68 Claremont Mudd 44
Azusa 80 Cal. Baptist 77
Biola Alumni 63 Biola 59
Nevada Southern 81 San Fernando
Valley 59
Pomona 58 Cal at Riverside 41
Linfield 87 Whitman 82
College of Idaho 82 Willamette 58
EAST
Vermont 98 Brandeis 90
Harvard 75 Columbia 67
Cornell 72 Dartmouth 48
Colby 55 Maine 43
Penn 58 Brown 57
Buffalo 72 Colgate "
Upsala 73 Norwich .J
Yale 83 Princeton 61
New York A.C. 68 StonehiU 51
Cortlaad 90 Buffalo St 83
Wake Forest 71 St.Francis 'Pa.) 66
Phila. Text 124 Wash. (Md.) 83
SOUTH
American U. 99 Baltimore 68
Harris Tchrs. 81 National 50
Chanute 66 St. John's Md.) 56
Morgan St 57 Howard 53
Tuskegee 75 Alabama St. 46
Wash. U. (Mo.) 51 Rockhurst 41
William Jewell 75 Drury 56 .
Ala. A&M 78 Morehouse 72 .
Davidson 56 Balmont Abbey 46
Knoxville 109 Fisk 107
Virginia St 80 Virginia Union 77
Bluefield St. 91 Beckley 74
Ran. Macon 75 Roanoke 71 (ot)
Morris Harvey 84 Wheeling 62
Southern U. 86 Jackson 80
Tarkio 72 Culver-Stockton 66
Kentucky 84 Louisiana St 63
MIDWEST
Bethany 67 John Carroll 52
Chicago 56 MacMurray 55
Milw. Tech. 65 Geo. Williams 59
Concordia HU.) 67 Chi. Navy 62 1
rll til Tarlptnn 68
Cornell Coll. 8! Carleton 68
Knox 83 Coe 78
Wayland 63 Omaha Comm. 40
SOUTHWEST
Brigham Young 73 Wyoming 63
Regis 63 Montana St. 59
Arkansas 62 Tex. Christian 61
Amarillo 80 Claredon JC 71
Langston 75 S.W. Okla St. 71
Texas A&M 75 SMU 55
Olson wins, sets
bout next week
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HONOLULU I UPI I - tormericamp,ls
middleweight king Bobo Olson, j AnotJ)er major proposa, woud
now fighting as a light-heavy- j g na(jona ,eUcr of jn.
weight, disposed of one challeng-1 uhich c0Uegcs could pre
er Friday night and promptly an-: to alh.
nounced another fight for next ' no M of
WoL scored a lop-sided deci- P1"' aft" June 15
j,on over Al who signed . pre-
Los Angola in a f-paced 10-' raUo rtjficate would be
rounder at Civic Auditorium. 0(ner imUmim
The ex-ehamp. scaling a hefty, s dd m
ITS1!, was given eight rounds over Uan
Williams. 166',. The first and fifth m.
stanzas were called even a co witJ,.
Immediately after the fignt. , solicitatlon, he
promoter Sam Chinese announced , ,
that Olson would meet Artie uix-
on next Friday in another 10-
rounder.
In Friday night's fight. Olson
M s HEM. Ulson
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concentrated on his usual fast ,
lt allak in the first five I
rounds, with Williams giving back
almost as much as he was taking.
But in the sixth. Olson opened
w ith sharp combinations and only
the bell prevented a knockdown.
Olson dominated the rest of the
going and shot for a knockout in
the last round, rocking Williams
with both hands to the head.
PARNELL NAMED PILOT
YORK. Pa. i UPI I - Former
Boston Red Sox pitching star
IMi nnj ova .iii...,e,
Mel Pamell has been named,
manager of the York Whitefor efforts to organize new iea
Roses in Uie Eastern League for erations to try to take control
Uie 19M season. Parnell served I of international competition by
as general manager for Boston's! the United States in track and
New Orleans affiliate in 1959. I gymnastics from the AAU.
' Building Trades League
W L.
Cen. Ore. Welders 8 0
McCulloch Cham Saw . 8 0
Dyer's Auto Service .... 5 3 .
Gateway Motel 5 3
Southeatn Union 3 5
Ponderosa 3 '5
Metro Barbers 0 8
Masterson-St Clair 0 8
Tliis week's games: Dver's Auto
4, Masterson - St. Clair 0; Gate
way Motel 4. Metro Barbers 0:
Central Oregon Welders 4, Pon
derosa 0; McCulloch Chain 4,
Southgate Union 0.
Team leaders: McCulloch Chain.
913 game and 2723 series.
Hit scorers: Dick Robinson.
215 ame; Leonard Conoway, 530
series. -
Sportsmen's League .
W L
VFW 35 . 17
Murray & Holt : 27 . 25 .
Ore. St. Employment 26 26
Bill's Electric 25 27
NCAA expected
to sever ties
with AAU group,
CHICAGO (UPI) - The NCAA
convention votes today on pend
ing legislation and there was lit
tle doubt it would virtually sever
relations with the AAU and also
adopt stronger rules in an effort
to prevent future gambling-brib
ery scandals.
Amendments to both the con
stitution and by-laws will come
nn automatically in today's ses
sion, Uie only voting period dur
ing the convention. .
Among them will be a 16-pomt
prograrn aiming at cutting down
,(le cilance that gamblers could
:-n n,MtnB
influence athletes.
Bans Outside Play
Tlie ma jor proposals would pro
hibit organized basketball compe
tition outside the regular season
under penally of permanent in
eligibility, extend eligibility re
quirements to special events in
rliidinff football bowl games, re
quire a transfer student disquali
fied or suspended tor acaaemtc
or disciplinary reasons to put in
two vears in residence to become
eligible, and urge members to
conduct events only on campus
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Would Lose Eligibility
Another proposal would penal
athlete his first vear of
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all star came
Rules committees, under a pro
iwal from Notre Dame, would
be required to hold hearings in
case of a disputeo: rules inter
pretation, and either affirm or
reverse the contest officials' de
cision. The convention also will be
asked to uphold four penalties
issued this week by Hie policy
making council, and to endorse
the authorization ol the execu
.-
tive committee and ine council
Lloyd Smith, Oregon State Game Commission; Jerry Blann, 13;
and Ken Roach, State Police. Scrivner would take all game to
his right while Blann fires at straight-away and Deetz shoots
only to her left.
B & B Auto Wreckers ..24 28
Bend Furniture 19 33
: This week's games: Bill's Elec
tric 4, B & B Wreckers 0: Mur
ray & Holt 3. VFW 1; Bend Furni
ture 3, OSES I.
Team leaders: Bill's Electric,
"65 game and 2264 series.
, High scorers: Clint Martin, 200
game; Orley Gregg, 556 series.
Fifth Nighters League
(Final first half standings)
W L
Rose Pharmacy 39 25
Pine Tavern 38 26
Cinderella Salon 37 27
McCulloch Chain Saw 3l'i 32.j
Young Equipment 30 24
Westward-Ho Motel 29 35
Moore's Togs : 28Vi iV.i
Rock 'n Wood 23 41
Team leaders: Rose Pharmacy.
2509 series; Pine Tavern, 875
game.
High scorer: Mary Lou Ander
son, 205 game and 564 series.
Booster League
W
Bill's Electric 35
Bend Supply - -.' 35
Bob's Sporting Goods 1 .. 33
Cascade Cafe 26
Bob's Flying A 26
B C Cafe 25
L
25
25
27
34
34
35
This week's games: Bill's Elec
tric 3, Cascade Cafe 1; Bend
Supply 4, Bob's Sporting Goods 0;
Bob's Flying A 4. B C Cafe 0.
Team leaders: Bob's Flying A,
793 game and 2163 series.
High scorers: Francis Johnston,
177 game and 486 series. (Anyone
interested in bowling in Booster
League should contact Leneve
Johnson. EV 2-5745.)
German gal
wins ladies'
Alpi
1 1
ine Tine
GR1NDELWALD, Switzerland
(UPI) Heidi Biebl of West
Germany, a gold-medal winner
in the 1960 Olympics, finished
second to Austria's Traudl Hecher
in the downhill race of the Grin
delwald International Ladies' Ski
Meet Friday and thus won the
Alpine Combined Championship.
Miss Biebl. known as Germany's
"Golden Girl." placed second in
Tuesday's slalom race as well as
Friday's downhill, both of which
form the Alpine Combined
competition.
Linda Meyers of Mammoth
Lakes. Calif., placed sixth in Uie
downhill and was third m the
combined standings, behind Miss
Biebl and Miss Hecher.
Miss Hecher, an 18-year - old
secretary from Innsbruck, Aus -
tna, was timed in one minute. 40
seconds in the downhill race
which wound up the ladies' com-
peUtion. The course was 1.840
meters with 20 gates and a verti -
cal drop of 430 meters.
Among the other American
girls in the field of 84 contes
tant":. Barbara Ferries of Hough
ton. Mich., was 11th in Uie down
hill in 1:44.6; Joan Hannah of
Franconia. N. H., and Jean Sau-
bert of Lakeview, Ore., were tied
for 1Mb place in 1:45.4. and Mar
go Walters of Sandy, Utah, was
52nd tn 1:51.2.
WESTERN HOCKEY LEAGUE
By United Press International
Southern Division
W L tPh OF GA
Portland 28 10 1 57 152 103
Spokane 19 18 4 42 148 150
Los Angeles 13 22 5 31 148 182
San Francisco 13 25 1 27 111 152
Northern Division
W
L T Pts. GF GA
23 12 2 48 147 119
20 15 4 44 164 134
18 17 4 40 140 113
10 25 3 23 103 160
Edmonton
Calgary
SeatUe
Vancouver
Friday's Results
Calgary 7 Spokane 4
Edmonton 5 Vancouver 3
(Only games scheduled)
Weber resumes
bowling lead;
Hoover second
MIAMI BEACH (UPI) Deter
mined Dick Weber of St Louis
was back in the lead of the $100.-
000 21st annual All-Star bowling
tournament today as 32 men and
women finalists started their last
rounds.
Weber and Dick Hoover, also of
St. Louis, have been fighting a
back-and-forth battle for , the lead
through the first 12 rounds of the
finals.
Weber, who led in the early
rounds, recaptured first place aft
er the 11th round Friday night At
the end of the evening he had
a 241-13 Petersen Point total for
tlie first 12 rounds to 240-18 for
Hoover.
Roy Lown, EI Paso, Tex., left
hander, was third with 232-34
points.
Shirley Garms of Chicago stayed
ahead in tlie women's division
111-26 points. Robbie Frey, Tor
rance, Calif., was second at 109-33
points and Anita Cantaline, De
troit, was third with 107-18 points.
There are 16 finalists in each
division, and all will bowl three
rounds today.
The top two men and women at
the end of the three rounds square
olf in front of a national (ABC)
television audience at 10 p.m. to
night for a three-game match with
total pins knocked down tlie de
ciding factor for the championship
worth $15,000 to the top men and
$5,000 to the women s champ.
Jams scores
28 for Rooks
CORVALLIS (UPI) Jim Jar-
vis pumped in 28 points as the
Oregon State Rooks defeated the
Truax Campus Service AAU team
63-62 in a preliminary basketball
game here Friday night
The victory was tlie fourth
straight for the unbeaten Rooks.
OREGON COLLEGE .
BASKETBALL
By United Press International
Oregon State 78 Gonzaga 64
Idaho 72 Oregon 64
Lewis and Clark 84 Pacific 63
Linfield 87 Whitman 72
College of Idaho 82 Willamette 53
Oregon Tech 59 Eastern Oregon
57
Oregon College 55 Southern Ore
gon 49
RANGERS ADD WINGS
NEW Y'ORK (UPD-The New
York Rangers announced Friday
that rookie wingmen Dave Balon
and Mel Pearson will be with
the team for weekend road
aames at Chicago and Detroit
Bryan 'Hextall Jr., is being re-
turned to Uie Rangers' Kitchen-
er-Waterloo farm club,
; pi g STOPS LONGDEN
ARCADIA. Calif, t UPI) The
1 fu bug sidelined jockey Johnny
Louden from his riding duties
at ganta Anita Friday. Longden,
j the an (jme jockey champion.
. hopes to rjfje Four-and-Twenty in
. tojay s $50,000 San Fernando
Stakes.
MAKES POOR CHOICE
GREEN BAY. Wis. (UPD
When Wayne Pollari was arrested
on a charge of passing bad
checks, he tried to keep his name
! clear by telling police he was
LawTefice Nettinger of Milwaukee.
The ruse didn't work.
Police checked and discovered
Nettinger had a record of 45 ar
rests. Pollari then admitted he had
been using a friend's name.
WANTED
Gentlemen or lady to repre
sent our firm In the Bend
area. This is a part time posi
tion and shows excellent re
turns for the time Invested.
Write, giving particulars, to:
Wylie Monument Co.
7th ft Main
Walla Walla, Wash.
Celi
cs win
over Royals
By United Press International
Even the Boston Celtics' second-team
seems to be too strong
for the rest of tlie National Bas
ketball Association.
That was tlie case again Fri
day night when Bosta- coach
Red Auerbach was forced to use
his bench and it came through
brilliantly in a 141-125 victory
over the Cincinnati Royals.
The Celtic subs got . tlie call
midway in tlie fourth period be
cause most of tlie Boston regu
lars were on the verge of foul
ing out. Tom Sanders led the
group of second stringers, who
scored a total of 33 points, most
of them in tlie decisive fourth
quarter.
Regular Tom Heinsolin paced
tlie Celtic scorers with 32 points
while Oscar Robertson of tlie
Royals was individual high scor
er with 33.
Willie Naulls' 35-foot jump shot
in the final minute of play gave
the New York Knickerbockers a
128-126 win over Uie St Louis
Hawks.
Down by 18 points at one junc
ture, the Knicks rallied and went
ahead for the first time in tlie
final three minutes of play. Rich
ie Guerin was high man for tlie
Knicks with 31 points. Larry
Foust scored 40 points . for the
Hawks.
Gene Shue and Bailey Howell
sparked a late fourth quarter
rally that helped the Detroit Pis
tons to a 102-99 victory over the
Chicago Packers. Shue paced the
Pistons with 25 points. Individual
scoring honors went to Ralph
Bellamy, who pumped in 27
points for Chicago.
The standings:
Eastern Division
W. L. Pet.
Boston S3 7 .825
Philadelphia 25 19 .568
Syracuse 20 23 .465
New York 15 27 .357
Western Division
Los Angeles ' 32 12 .727
Cincinnati 24 21 .533
Detroit 19 24 .442
St. Louis 15 29 .341
Chicago 9 30 .231
WRITERS HONOR SPINK
NEW YORK (UPI - The New
York chapter of Uie Baseball
Writers Association of America
today named J.G. Taylor Spink,
publisher of tlie Sporting News,
as winner of Uie William J. Slo-
cum Memorial Award for his
contributions to the national
game.
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They'll Do It Every Time
DlNWOOEV, THE MdlClAMCAM
PULL RABBITS OUT OP THE Alfi-A
SPECTATORS CCttT-ANO OF OlSS,HIS HAT.'
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Plans for Christmas Valley
projecf eyed by soil group
Special to The Bulletin
SILVER LAKE - The land de
velopment acUvities of Uie M
Penn Phillips Company's Clirist -
mas Valley project have added
several facets to the preparation
of the annual work plan of the
Fort Rock-Silver Lake SoU Con
servation District. Meeting in Sil
ver Lake on January 4, district
supervisors, assisted by repre
sentatives of several government
agencies, took stock of help avail
able in forwarding goals previous
ly set by the district.
Warren Morton, development
planner for Uie Christmas Valley
project, indicated that probably a
hundred persons would be living
on Phillips Company tracts by late
summer. Land is being sub-divid-ed
and sold In parcels as small as
20 acres to purchasers, largely
Californiana,
Morton and Harold Boycr, con-
strucUon superintendent for Uie
land development firm, and Oris
Rudd, Lake County Extension
Agent, discussed Uie possible prep-
aration of a paper by Uie exten
sion service to acquaint new land
purchasers with cropping and till
age practices here.
Three Types Noted
Rudd pointed out Uiat corre
ispondence to his office from pur
1 chasers of Christmas Valley land
NO
MATTER
HOW
YOU
FIGURE
IT. ....
You can make a definite
savings up to
DWELLING
PERSONAL
LIABILITY
MEDICAL
PAYMENTS
ONE POLICY
With An
OREGON MUTUAL
INSURANCE CO.
HOME OWNERS POLICY
GORDON RANDALL
1036 Wall AGENCY Bend, Oregon
PIERCE & RANDALL REDMOND
reveals Uiree types those Inter
ested in an acreage for retirement
purposes, purchasers of larger
1 acreages of 160 or more, who ex-
P ,0 'ami. a"d purchasers of
! small tracts who expect to farm.
Rudd expressed concern over the
latter group and problems likely
to conlront them.
Letters now reaching the exten
sion office in Lakeview indicate
that writer has purchased land,
then wants to know how to trans
form sagebrush land into produc
tive fields with pump irrigation.
Also suggested for extension co
operation was a serious study of
mint production; also: grazing
production of irrigated pastures
and a look at Uie effect of taxa
tion on certain land improvements.
OFFICE RE-OPENED
NISSEN'S INSTITUTE
Massage, Physical Therapy Cooperation ol Medical Profession
OSCAR S. NISSEN, P. T. -r"
Formerly Director and Instructor of the Massage Department,
Boston City Hospital Charter Member California Physical
Therapists Association.
Madras, Oregon .
ONE PREMIUM
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By Jimmy Hatlo
BUT AT HOME, IN HIS BASEMENT,
HE'S BEEN TRVING FOR VEARS TO
CATCH A LITTLE BITTY MOUSE
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Plowing brushland for range re
seeding is on the way out, stated
Carl W. Simpson of Lakeview,
Supervisor, Fremont NaUonal For
est, pointing out that spraying and
follow-up with a rangeland type
driU equipped with deep furrow
openers Is far less cosUy and is a
.technique that has been getting
good results.
The spraying and seeding of
1 3500 acres of Bureau of Land Man-
- ' agement administered land on the
Viewpoint Ranches, Inc. allotment
is well underway, with about 1.VK)
acres seeded, according to M. T.
Shrode, BLM range conservation
ist. Trow Longmanager of the Lake
County Chamber of Commerce, re
viewed activities of his organiia
tion and pointed out the need for
acUve chamber membership in
north Lake County.
Bud Parks presided at the meet
ing in Uie absence of Eslon Por
ter, district chairman, who was In
Pendleton undergoing surgery.
, Ph. 475-11W