The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, February 07, 1962, Page 3, Image 3

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JUNIOR RACERS TO COMPETE Sotting ready for the
PNSA Sun Cup junior sk! races Saturday at Bachelor Butte are
these Skyliner raeerj. From left are Terry Skjersaa, assistant
coach; Randy Snider, Steve Foley, Karen Skjersaa, Sherry and
Girls pace
in ski tests
Mighty Mite girls upheld the
honor of the Skyliners in races
- last weekend at Bogus Basin near
Boise, Idaho.
Christina Cutter led all the
. Mighty Mite girls in the slalom
with runs of 35 and 32.8 seconds
" for a combined clocking of 1:07.8.
Miss Cutter finished fourth in
' the downhill with a 1:09.7 time.
Julie Meissner also turned in
an outstanding performance for
the Skyliners, finishing third be
hind Christina in the slalom with
; a 1:09.6 time and was second to
favored Michele Fouch of Payette
. Lake in the downhill wih a time
of 1:08.4.
; Miss Fouch, beaten by Christina
i Cutter in the slalom, had a 1:07.5
I winning time in the downhill and
a 1:09.3 time in the slalom.
Jane Meissner of the Skyliners
finished tenth in the Mighty Mite
girls slalom with a 1:22.0 time,
but was first among the 10-and-under
competitors. Jane finished
ninth in the downhill with a 1:16.3
time second best among the 10-
" and-under competitors.
Janice Ettinger finished seven
teenth in the downhill section.
In boys Mighty Mite races Fred
Duberow led Skyliner competitors
with a seventh in the slalom
(1:12.5). and a ninth in the down-
hill 1:10.0.
Other Skyliners in the boys
i M'ghty Mite slalom were Mark
I Metke, 13th 'first in 10-and-under
division": Mike Ward, tie for
14th; John Snider, 20th: Danny
Cutter, 24th; and Ernie Meissner,
'. tie for 261 h.
- In the boys Mighty Mite down
V hill Mike Ward finished 13th, John
Snider and Mark Metke 20th (tied
for second in boys 10-under divi
sion", Kobey Kemple 38th. Danny
Cutter 44th and Ernie Meissner
Forty two Mighty Mite girls
competed, with 72 Mighty Mile
T boys racing from around the
Junior Skyliner girls are led by
- Sherry Blum. 12th in the downhill
and 5th in the slalom. Other Sky
liners in this section were Karen
Skjersaa. seventh in the downhill
and 18th in the slalom, and Sib
'. Goodrich. 16th in the downhill and
11th in the slalom.
In the expert boys division John
; Cutter finished 19th in the down
hill but was disqualified in the sla-
" lorn Jerry Blann finished 22nd in
the slalom and 45th in the down-
- hsll. while Tom Cutter was 44th
in the downhill and disqualified in
the slalom.
In the intermediate boys sec
tion. Mike Metke paced the Sky
liners with a fifth in both the
downhill and slalom. Jerry Duberow-
was 16th in the downhill and
13th in the slalom.
Among the 60 novice junior boys
competing. Fandy Snider, another
SVvliner. had a good ninth in the
downhill and 13th in the slalom.
Ciiy recreafion schedule
J:M Noon Golden Ago Club, Glenwood Drivo end East Jth
1:00-4:00, 7:00-10:00 P.M. Ceramics, Stokesborry Studio (Adults)
7:1S I:M P.M. Sonier High Church League Basketball
Froo Methodist vs. Catholic
1:00-4:00, 7:00-10:00 P.M. Ceramics, StokesboTy Studio (Adults)
:M-11:J0 A.M. Peasant Painting and Gloss Etching at Harmon
Hobby House.
7:30 P.M. Joint Little League I Junior League Baseball
Board mooting.
7:15-:1S P.M. Senior High Church League Basketball
Methodist vs. Baptist, Presbyterian vs. Catholic
Vie for Sun Cup
Top juniors set
for PNSA test
The first major junior ski event
at Bachelor Butte, the Sun Cup
Races, will be held Saturday and
Sunday starting at 11 a.m. each
Some 150 junior skiers from all
over the Northwest are expected.
Results of the .races, sanctioned
by tlie Pacific Northwest Ski
Assn., will be used to help de
termine which junior races from
this area will compete in the na
tional junior championships at
White Fish, Mont.,, later in the
Qualifying meets' have already
been held at Bogus-Basin, near
Boise. Idaho, and at White Pass,
near Yakima.
Pacific Northwest junior cham
pionships will be held at Mt.
Hood in March.
Race officials include O. B. Wil
liams, chairman: Graham Ander
son, chief of course and course
setter; Rees Stevenson, referee:
Don Smith, technical adviser; Bill
Healy, head gatekeeper; Bert
Hagen. chief timer; Ray Bennett,
chief starter; and Dr. Robert Cut
ter, race physician.
The downhill course, about a
mile and one half long with a 1500
foot drop, will be set Thursday.
The slalom will be set Friday,
and w ill be closed until the start
of the race Saturday.
Slalom competition will get un
derway at 11 a.m. Saturday, with
downhill racing starting at 11 a.m.
Race headquarters will be at the
Pilot Butte Inn, and racers can
pick up bibs and ski lift tickets
for Saturday and Sunday at race
headquarters Friday from 4 to 10
Bibs may also be picked up Sat
urday in the basement of the
Bachelor Butte ski lodge.
The draw will be at the Pilot
Butte Inn race headquarters
Thursday, and printed racing or
ders w ill be available Friday dur
ing registration at the Pilot Butte
Awards will be presented at the
Pilot Butte Inn following the com
pletion of downhill races Sunday.
Bend juniors representing the
Skyliners will be Sherry and Jer
ry Blann. Steve Foley. Karen
Skjersaa. Mike Metke. Gerry Dub
erow. John and Tommy Cutter and
Sib and Sarah Goodrich. Randy
Snider and Eric Law-son will com
pete in the junior novice races.
Special events will include free
ski movies Friday at the Pilot
Butte Inn. A buffet dinner will be
held between 5:30 and 7:30 p m.
Saturday at the Pilot Butte Inn for
all racers, coaches and families.
A dance for all racers will be
held in the Pilot Butte Gold Room
between 7:30 and 10 p m.
Officials will hold a special
Jerry Blann, Mike Metke and Gerry Ouberow. Others not pic
tured include John and Tommy Cutter, Sib and Sarah Good
rich and Erie Lewson. Some 150 outstanding Northwest junior
skiers are scheduled to compete.
meeting 8 p.m. Friday at Pilot
Entrants have been received
from McCall, Spokane, Boise, Bel
lingham, Seattle, Portland, Yak
ima, Eugene, Klamath Falls and
other Northwest cities.
"Bend has been fortunate to se
cure this race, for it means that
the best of the younger Northwest
skiers will be here for two days,"
chairman Williams said.
Others who are helping in the
races include Ray Bennett and
Peters, communications and start
ing: Jane Cutter, Lorraine Aplin,
Virginia Meissner and Joan Sny
der, recorders; Betty Warrington,
stenographer; Grace Skjersaa,
bibs; Rosanne Duberow and Nor
ma Johnson, monitors. Mighty
Mite racers will also assist
Hawks' hopes
for playoff
berth fade
By United Press International
The slumping St. Louis Hawks
can forget ail about their sixth
straight Western Division title in
the National Basketball Associa
tion and maybe even a playoff
berth, too.
Boston mathematically eliminat
ed the Hawks from winning the
Western Division title for the sixth
straight year by defeating them.
129-114, Tuesday night, despite
Bob Petlit's 37-point performance.
The loss was the Hawks' fifth
in a row and dropped them six
games behind the third-place De
troit Pistons. Tom Heinsohn and
Sam Jones led the Celtics w ith 24
points each while Bob Cousy net
ted 20 even though he sat out the
final period.
Detroit handed Cincinnati its
fifth straight loss also. 119-118. as
Bailey Howell hit two key jump
shots in the final minute to offset
Oscar Robertson's 47-point scor
ing effort. Gene Shue paced the
Pistons with 27 points and Howell
had 23.
The Syracuse Nationals survived
a late rally by the Chicago Pack
ers to score a 127-123 victory and
the New York Knickerbockers
beat the Los Angeles Lakers.
Hal Greer was high scorer for
the Nats with 33 points although
Walt Bellamy of the Packers led
both teams with 38 points.
The Knicks won their game with
the Lakers in the last 20 seconds.
After they took a 111-110 lead. Al
Butler stole a pass from Bod
Hundley and turned it into a
three-pointer to clinch the victory.
Willie Naulls' 33-font jump shot
had given the Knicks the lead for
good. Naulls led New York with
29 points and Jerry West the Lak
ers with 36.
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matmen gain
57-30 win
By Mike Stahlberg
Bulletin Staff Writer
Bear Cub frosh-soph wrestlers
trounced their Redmond counter
parts, 57-30, yesterday in the Bend
The win was the squad's third
win against no losses this season.
The Bruins had defeated the
Prineville and Madras frosh-soph
teams previously this year.
The results (Bend 57, Redmond
98 pounds Dick Marcoulier
(B) pinned Park; 98 Abbas (R)
dec. Dan Jarvis: 98 Kidd R)
dec. Tom Cutter: 98 Jordan
(R dec. Tom Cutter; 106 Dick
Marcoulier (B) dec Houghton;
115 hleen (R) dec. Jon Peters:
123 Steve Hamm B pinned
Habberman: 123 Cleveland IR)
doc. Jon Peters: 123 Don Mar
coulier B pinned Duncan: 130
Kip Kemple (B drew with Dowse;
130 Don Jacobson (B) dec.
Johnson: 130 Meeks (R) dec.
Steve Hamm: 136 George Tcr
rill (B) pinned Crawford: 136
Clark iRi dec. Lester Hilgers;
136 Jim Dowse (Rt pinned Jim
McLennon; 141 Dell Davis IB)
pinned Clark: 148 Ken Booze
IB) pinned Suter; 148 Suter
R) dec. Mark Luelling: 157
Frank Choate IB) drew with
Hoshkins: 157 Bert Larson IB)
drew with Dunnigan; 157 Ken
Booze B pinned Petersen: 168
Bennie Dexter IB) pinned Living
ston; 191 Fred Hamm IB) pin
ned Meeker.
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The Bend Bulletin, Wed.,
Alley 8W
Jack and Jill (A)
Stingers 17 7
Crazy Legs 16 8
Termites 16 8
Four Tones 14 10
Nordics 11 13
Kilowatts 9 15
Alley Coholics 8 16
Pain Killers 5 19
This week's games: Termites 2,
Alley Coholics 2; Crazy Legs 4,
Stingers 0; Nordics 3. Kilowatts 1;
Four Tones 3, Pain Killers 1.
Team leaders: Crazy Legs. 748
game and 2071 series.
High scorers: Zella Shephard.
201 game, and Barbara Bergseng.
556 series t high for women : Me)
Basim, 227 game, and Jolin Shep
hard, 558 series 'high for men).
Jack and Jill (B)
Muldoons 16 8
Ramblers 16 8
Whats Its 12'i ll'i
Sleepers 11 13
Props 11 13
Rustic Inn - - 10 14
Jets 10 14
Hungry Four 9'i 14'j
This week's games: Muldoons 2,
Rustic Inn 2; Ramblers 2. Props
2; Whats Its 3, Sleepers 1; Jets
2, Hungry Four 2.
Team leaders: Ramblers, Sob
game; Whats Its, 1766 series.
High scorers: Marjorie Gump,
168 game and 446 series high for
women'; Gene Pitts. 225 game
and 555 series (high for men).
Civic League
Metro Barber Shop 13 7
Bend Hardware 12 8
Safeway 12 . 8
4-C's 12 . 8
Kiwanis 11 9
Cashmans 10 10
Bend Curtain Shop 8 12
Wetle's - 2 '8
This week's games: Four C s 4,
Bend Hardware 0; Safeway 3,
Metro Barber Shop 1; Cashmans
3, Wetle's 1; Bend Curtain Shop
3, Kiwanis 1.
High scorers: Mel Haugen, 225
game and 609 scries.
Throe-Man Classic (A)
Lelco 39 9
Hi-Way Market 32 16
Cascade Glass 29 ' 19
Shakey s Pizza 24 24
Rose Pharmacy 22 26
Cen. Ore. Petroleum .... 22 26
Congress Market 14 34
Smitty's Plastering 10 38
This week's games: Rose Phar
macy 3, Congress Market 1;
Smitty's Plastering 3, Cen. Ore.
Petroleum 1: Lelco 3. Shakey's 1:
Cascade Glass 3, Hi-Way Market
Team leaders: Cascade Glass,
609 game and 1897 series.
High scorers: O r v i 1 1 e Barf
knecht,' 233 game and 622 series.
. Throe-Man Classic (B)
Blevens Pickups 38 10
The Ponderosa 32 16
Greenwood Bowl-err's 28 20
Scrubs 25 23
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Pac. Auto Wrecking
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This week's games:
. 18
4. Recruits 0; Scrubs 3, Pickups
1: Pacific Auto Wrecking 3. Nileo
1; Ponderosa 2, Bowl-err's 2.
Team leaders: Scrubs, 586 game
and 1598 series.
High scorers: Jim Monical and
Jim McFadden. 214 game; J i m
Monical, 575 series.
By United Press International
Sacramento St. 60 Cal Aggies 57
Portland St. 76 Oregon Coll. 61
Pasadena Coll. 73 Glcndale 64
Seattle Pacific 58 Puget Sound 55
Idaho St. 74 Seattle 68
Weber 82 Westminster 8!
El Camino 81 Santa Monica 65
Long Beach State 77
San Fernando Valley State 62
Occidental 65 Pasadena Naz. 59
Cal Poly of San Luis Obispo 78
Westmont 64
Hofstra 91 Southern Conn. 68
Conn 78 American Intl 51
Pennsylvania St. 60 Gettysburg 43
Carnegie Tech 60 Mt. Union 52
Bahson Inst. 83 Nichols 79
Williams 70 Springfield 63
Massachusetts 73 Rhode Island 62
Lycoming 92 Lockhaven St. 83
Jersey City St. 71 Newark SL 66
Bethany 80 Allegheny 52
Fairfield 65 Long Island U. 52
Phila. Text. 89 Glassboro St. 75
Lebanon Valley 71
Franklin & Marshall 49
Virginia St. 78 North Car. Coll. 64
Georgia 91 Citadel 86
Memphis St. 89 William & Mary 70
Loyola (La.) 106 Tampa 78
Florida Sou. 104 Rollins 62
W. Kentucky St. 89 E. Tenn. St. 84
Midwestern U. 66 Okla. Christ. 59
Marshall 67 Miami (Ohio) 59
Notre Dame 88 Canisius 72
Friends 62 Baker 61
Fisk 90 Bendlct 75
Texas Christian 65 Texas Tech.
Abilene Christian 75 Austin 64
Southwestern 93 Tex. Wesleyan
Tarlclon St. 75 Dallas 67
Texas A&M 88 Rice 73
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,0c coach has 'whammy'
on former star cage pupil
By Tim Moriarty i two of those losses came at the
UPI Staff Writer j hands of Slate.
Everett Case. North Carolina . Duke pl.iyrd without its biggest
Slate's silver-haired basketball star. Art lleyman. who is musing
coach, always has considered Vic a sprained ankle. But even with
BUhas one ol his finest nroteees.
Buhas starred (or the Wolfpac-k
a dozen years ago. then served
eight years as an assistant coach
under Case before becoming head
coach al Duke in 1959.
Whenever their teams meet
nowadays. Case the teacher and
Bubas the pupil exchange friendly
greetings and reminisce about the
good old days at Stale. Then
Case s kids go out and kick the
whey out of Vic's boys.
It happened again Tuesday
night at Raleigh. N.C. With 11,500
partisan fans cheering them on.
the unranked Wolfpack rolled to
a 71-55 victory over fifth-ranked
Duke. It was the third defeat in
17 games for the Blue Devils and
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from the field in the first half.
. Duke also had trouble with State's
man-to-man defense, clicking on
only two field goals in the first
nine minutes.
Russ Marvel, an import from
Gary. Ind.. scored 22 points an
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