The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, March 21, 1962, Page 3, Image 3

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    WUf slopped again
Detroit in west final;
Chiefs knot east race
The Bend Bulletin, Wednesday, March 21, 1962 3
By United Press International
The Detroit Pistons arc in the
National Basketball Association's
Western finals and the Syracuse
Chiefs havo tied their semi-final
series with the Philadelphia War
riors, thanks to a lost art of bas
ketball: defense.
Walter Dukes' iron-clad defense
job on Wayne Embry was the
key as the Pistons beat the Cin
cinnati Royals, 112-111, Tuesday
night while Johnny Kerr held
Wilt Chamberlain to 29 points
and out-rebounded him, 22-20, en
abling the Syracuse Chiefs to top
the Warriors, 106-99.
The Pistons thus took their
best-of-five series from the Roy-
NW trio pushed
for Big 5 loop
McKay, head football coach at
Southern California, said Tuesday
night he hoped "Oregon, Oregon
State and Washington State will
eventually be included in the Big
McKay, a former halfback at
Oregon, spoke at the Linfield
College sports banquet. Some 370
persons attended.
Emile Griffith was certified as
physically and mentally fit Tues
day in his examination for Satur
day's title fight with welterweight
champion Benny (Kid) Paret at
Madison Square Garden.
als, three games to one, and the
Nationals tied their series at two
games each. The fifth and deci
sive game of the National-Warriors
series will be played at
Philadelphia Thursday night
Dukes, a seven-footer who
played his college ball at Seton
Hall, held Embry to just two field
goals before fouling out with 4:45
remaining at Cincinnati. Don Old
scored 33 points, including Uie
clinching field goal, and Gene
Shue had 21 for the Pistons. Os
car Robertson scored 32 points
and Jack Twyman tallied 22 for
the Rpyals.
With 6-9 Kerr throttling Cham
berlain, the Nationals led all the
way at Syracuse. The Warriors
dropped behind by 16 points in
the second period but twice drew
as close as four points during the
game. Each time the Nationals
pulled away to a new bulge.
Kerr led the Nationals with 27
points, Al Bianchi had 17 and
Larry Costello had 16. Chamber
lain's 29 points were tops for the
Warriors followed by Tom Me
schcry's 23 and Paul Arizin's 21.
Chamberlain made only 11 of
24 shots and Coach Dick McGuire
said the 7-foot, 1-inch NBA scor
ing champion "will just have to
shoot more Thursday night."
Playoff standings:
(Semifinals, Best of Five)
Eastern Division
W. L. Pet.
Philadelphia 2 2 .500
Syracuse 2 2 .500
Western Division
x-Detroit 3 1 .750
Cincinnati 1 3 .250
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They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo
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Sporfsmen plan rifle f raining program
The Deschutes County Sports-
mens Association, in cooperation
with the city recreation depart
ment and Oregon Game Commis
sion, is currently planning a jun
ior rifle training program.
Directors will meet 7:30 p.m.
Thursday in the city commission
room of the Bend city hall to kick
off the program.
All qualified rifle instructors
are urged to attend the meet The
training program is for boys and
girls 17 and under who must
have obtained a hunting safety
certificate in order to obtain a li
cense by next fall.
Adults are also urged to take the
rifle training program so they
may act as instructors in the fu
ture. "While lots of youths have been
ti ained. there are still lots more
who haven't," Francis Stokes
berry, an official of the sports
men's group, said today. "Con
siderable interest has been shown
in obtaining this program."
Persons who can't attend Thurs
day's kickoff meet are asked to
get in touch with club president
Ken Helm at EV 2-3806. or at 32
Shasta Place.
Youths will be notified later of
classes through the radio or newspaper.
The sportsmen will also nomi
nate officers at Thursday's meet.
TUCSON, Ariz. lUPD-Pitchor
Dan Schneider held Oregon to
four singles Tuesday as Arizona
belted the Ducks 7-0 in a college
baseball game.
The two teams, who play again
today and Thursday, tied 5-5 Mon
day in Oregon's first game of the
Arizona, which has been play
ing for some time, got only eight
hits but five Webfoot errors help
ed its cause.
Both work well Tuesday
'Miracle' by Score or Wynn
would propel (his ox in race
By United Press International
Spring training is tho time for
hope when a manager like Al
Lopez of the Chicago While Sox
dares to hope for a "miracle"
such as Early Wynn and Herb
Score both making comebacks.
Wynn, 42, and sidelined with a
sore arm since last July, and
Score, wild and ineffective since
he was injured in 1937, are pitch
ers who obviously could make or
break the White Sox this year.
A comeback by either could make
the White Sox a pennant contend
er and comcbaoks by both well.
who would say then mat the New
York Yankees are invincible?
Lopez got some valid reasons
to think that Wynn and Score may
be of considerable help to the
White Sox in Tuesday's 12-inning
1 victory over the Los Angeles
Dodgers at Sarasota, Fla. Wynn
worked three scoreless innings
and then Score followed with five
innings in which he allowed only
two hits and an unearned run.
Some Arm Pain
Wynn, who needs eight more vic
tories to reach Uie 300-mark, said
ho had some pain in his arm but
nevertheless was encouraged. He
said ho threw mostly fast balls
and admitted he had trouble
breaking off curves.
Score's performance was by far
his most impressive of the spring.
He had yielded six runs in six
previous innings, each a three
inning effort, and Tuesday's stint
made him the first White Sox
pitcher to go five Innings this
spring. Nelson Fox won the came
for the White Sox with a bases-
filled single in the 12th.
The St. Louis Cardinals handed
Hie Yankees their first defeat of
Hie spring, 3-2, in 14 innings. The
Yankees made five errors, includ
ing one by second-basemaa Pedro
Gonzalez which permitted the win
ning run to score.
Tigers Beat Orioles
Steve Boros' two-run ninth-inning
double off Hoyt Wilhelm
gave the Detroit Tigers a 5-4 tri
umph over the Baltimore Orioles
after the Orioles took a 3-2 lead
in the top of the inning on singles
by Russ Snyder and Boog Powell
and a wild throw by Al Kaiine.
Brooks Robinson and Chico Fer
nandez homered.
The National League champion
Cincinnati Reds outscored Uie
Philadelphia Phillies, 14-13, after
shelling Dallas Green for 12 runs
in the first three innings. Rookie
Tommy Harper homered for the
Reds and rookie shortstop Bob
Wine homered for the Phillies.
Dave Wickersham, Dan Osinski
and Diego Segui combined hi a
two-hitter as Uie Kansas City A's
beat the . Milwaukee Braves, 7-1.
Hank . Aaron's homer accounted
for the Milwaukee run. Bobby Del
Greco homered off Warren Spahn
in the second inning and drove in
two runs with a seventh-inning
double to lead Uie A'l 11-hit at
tack. Twins Beat Mets
Bernie Allen, former Purdue
quarterback and shortstop, deliv
ered a game-winning eighth-inning
double as Uie Minnesota
Twins defeated Uie New York
Mets, 4,3. Charlie Neal homered
for the VWs, who lost Uieir sixth
straight game.
The Boston Red Sox scored
three runs in Uie ninth inning to
beat the Cleveland Indians, 7-5.
Dalton Jones scored Uie winning
run after a pick-off throw by
catcher Harry ChiU hit rival pitch
er Ike Delock and bounded away.
ChiU remained at Uie plate to
check on Uie condition of Delock
and Jones easily raced home.
Willie Mays drove in, six runs
with two triples and a single to
lead Uie San Francisco Giants'
14-3 rout of Uie Los Angeles An
gels. Juan Marichal yielded three)
hits and one unearned run in five
innings for Uie Giants.
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