The Bend bulletin. (Bend, Deschutes County, Or.) 1917-1963, May 14, 1963, Page 2, Image 2

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Web Ruble, sports editor
The Bend Bulletin, Tuesday, May 14, 1963
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20 53 11 17 .321
33 125 28 40 .320
32 126 21 40 .317
26 70 6 22 .314
33 131 21 41 .313
REDMOND'S CHAMP John Holmes, Redmond high school diicui thrower, will be one of
he Panthert' leading hopes Saturday when all of the area prep track and field men gather
ft The Dalles for the district meet. Saturday his 136' 1 1 ft" throw won sub-district honors.
rtUHS building...
Tats to be track
threat in future
By Web Ruble
Bulletin Staff Writer
'Good things are in store for
track and field fans in Redmond.
If Redmond's surprising show
ing last Saturday in Bend in the
silb-diJtrict track meet is at all
indicative, the Redmond High
School Panthers are emerging
from their alleged track lull in
gdod shape.
Redmond, historically a t r a c k
power, was caught in a tempor
ary void this year as far as ma
terial is concerned. The Panthers,
however, were not without their
dedicated tracksters this year.
Outside of Bend's powerhouse.
Central Oregon's track picture
showed Madras High School as
the dominant factor. Madras was
favored Saturday to take the run
nerup spot In the sub-district af
fair. They didn't, however.
TUsdmond's surprising surge In
Mints to wind up in threo-
wav. deadlock for runnerup hon
oi's was hard earned. It ended up
knotted for second with 79 points
between Redmond, Madras and
The Dalles.
Helping the Panthers' effort
was Redmond weight man John
Holmes who captured first place
wfth discus throw of 138' HVi".
life gained the Panthers 10 points
on that effort.
!But where the 'Cats really
clught the Madras Whito Buffa
loes, and The Dalles Indians was
the batch of third places and a
lone second.
Dennis Moore finished right be
hind Bend's Craig Usher in the
broad jump. Usher won it with a
leap of 20'3", and teammate Eric
Lawson was right behind him in
trjlrd place. Here was 14 points
more. Moore, according to the
powers that be at RUHS, has not
been In the sport (track and field)
long. He is a sophomore and has
been improving steadily through
out the year.
Lawson, a junior, has also
shown some fast improvement.
Small in stature, Lawson could de
velop into the area's best distance
jumper next year, along with
Holmes came right back in the
shot put and captured another
third place for the Panthers. Ho
finished behind Bend's amazing
Clyde Smith and Madras' strong
Randy Clowers. Smith won it with
a toss of 51'Vi". It was a new
meet record.
Another third place, this time
in the mile run, was taken by the
Cats Roger Cunningham. Ho in
ished behind The Dalles' record
setting Merrisa and Bend's Randy
Slate. Ed Sturza, Redmond's all-
around athlete who has made
name for himself In football more
than In track, has been hampered
in his hurdle efforts this year be
cause of a pulled muscle and bad
According to Walter Buettgen
bach. Redmond athletic director,
Sturza's main reason for "track
ing it" this year is to remain in
shape for college football this
fall. Buettgenbnch reported this
week that Sturza Is all ready to go
at College of Idaho.
In spite of his football future
and his competing injuries, Sturza
came on strong Saturday in the
220-yard dash to take another Red
mond third. He finished behind
Russell Shroyer of Prineville and
Bend's Craig Usher.
Redmond got some fourth
places, too. Mike Skeen lobbed the
javelin a healthy distance,' as did
Bill Hughitt put the shot. Jim
Lowe put on some steam in the
440-yard dash and took a fourth.
Lowe showed well against the
terrible three" Wayne Maw, Ma
dras; Herb Hickman, Bend, and
Duane Radke, Bend. He nudged
out Smith of Madras and Thomp
son of The Dalles for the fourth.
Then came Lawson, again. He
nailed down a fourth place in the
Redmond's ninth qualifier for
the district meet this Saturday at
Tho Dalies was John Howell. Ho
' picked up fifth place last Satur
day in the broad jump.
Buctlgenbach said this week of
Redmond s track charges, near
ly our whole squad are under
classmen. , .they are improving,
and next year they could be a
real threat to track honors in Cen
tral Oregon."
He added, "I think that our two
roaches have done a commend
able job (Doc Savago and Ray
Kerfoot). . .and if our eighth
grade team this year has any
bearing. . .Bend and some of the
others might hear from us during
tho next couple of years."
Junior rodeo
to run June 8-9
Special to Th. Bullttln
REDMOND With the annual
Central Oregon junior champion
ship rodeo less than a month
away, final plans are being made
for tho event which is slated June
8-9 at tho Deschutes County
Fairgrounds in Redmond.
It was announced this week that
Redmond Grange had donated
use of its hall for the queen's
coronation ball the evening of
June 7 and the rodeo dance June
More than 20 buckles have been
donated by area sponsors for win
ners of rodeo events. Entry blanks
for contestants have been distri
buted in all Central Oregon cities,
chairman Ed Ivory has announc
Performances both days are
scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. A
rodeo breakfast will bo served
Sunday morning at the buckaroo
breakfast grounds, with Clyde
Malick in charge.
Princesses from Redmond,
Bend, Prineville and Madras are
selling tickets In their respective
hometowns. The top ticket seller
will be crowned queen.
Softball on
summer slate
Are you Interested in playing
Bend's Softball association has
nude an announcement urging all
persons Interested in playing soft
ball this summer to sign up at (lie
Bend recreation office.
Practices are being held every
Monday and Wednesday evening
at the high school field. The prac
tice sessions commence at 7 p.m.
Your Local
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will use only one camera a
Mark 111 Zoomar placed atop a
75-foot tower in the Pimlico in
field to cover Saturday's $150,
000 added Preakness. By using
ono camera, which can make a
full 360-dcgree turn. CBS believes
viewers will bo able to concen
trate better on the race rather
than being distracted by camera
Prineville 2nd
in district prep
golf tourney
Special to Th. Bulletin
PRINEVILLE It was Pendle
ton High School from eastern Ore
gon that captured the Intermoun-
tain district high school golf
crown here Saturday.
Led by medalist Bill McCrae,
the Pendleton Buckaroos carded
297 score for. their four-man
team. Pendleton had to fire silver
true, however, to subdue the host
Prineville High School Cowboys.
Prineville's Crook County Cow
boys availed themselves of the
other available spot for the dis
trict in the State High School
Tournament via their 309 stroke
total. The 'Pokes took runnerup
spot in the district competition.
Weather conditions, rain during
the first nine holes, at the Prine
ville Golf and Country Club were
not conductive to good golfing.
Both scores were carded in "slop
py going."
Both Pendleton and Prineville
loom as prominent threats May
20-21 in the state meet at Port
land's Glendovecr Golf Course.
Champions and ninnersup from
all the Oregon districts will com
Scores in the Intormountam
District golf tourney wcro as fol
Pendleton (297) Bill McCrae
!, Steve Cory 72, Bill Peterson
74, Mike Williams 83. Prineville
(309) John Lidstrom 70, Alan
Hudspeth 73, Alan Nielsen 83, and
Bob Caine 83. Bend (318) Den
nis Slimkosky 75, Mike Currie 76,
Owen Panner 81, and Alan Stipe
86. Ontario (331) Lynn Mat
lock 73, Mike Miller 83, Ron Ret
tig 84. and Bob Taylor 91. La
Grande (336) Gary Graham 79,
Peter Reynolds 83, Dean Draper
84, and John Groupe 90.
Madras (337) John Newton
83, Ken Tinglo 84, Jim Wyatt 84,
and Norm Carlson 86. The Dalles
(382) Jeff Mitchell 91, Steve
Smith 91, Carl Bewly 93, and Paid
Kelly 107.
Gerald Harshberger, Arlington,
carded a 74.
runs top 880
lander Peter Snell took time out
from his honeymoon Monday to
run the 880-yard race in 1:49.5 in
an exhibition meet against two
University of Hawaii trackmen.
The time was well over Snell's
world record of 1:45.1 and his
Hawaii guest mark of 1:47.8.
Snell arrived in Hawaii Sunday
morning with his bride of two
days. They plan to leave Wednes
day afternoon for the West Coast,
where Snell will participate in
several major track meets.
LC tips Pacific
ren scattered 10 hits and slammed
a two-run homer In the third in
ning as Lewis and Clark defeated
Pacific 4-0 In a Northwest Confer
ence baseball game Monday.
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DOUBLE WINNER Bill Hutton, Bend's high and low hurdler,
will be a real threat in the district track meet Saturday at
The Dalles. He is pictured clearing the last high hurdle Satur
day before hitting the tape for first place in the sub-district
Golf Sense
last weeks golf
tourney has champs
Me majors
By United Press International
American Lcagu
Player & Club G. AB R. H. Pet.
Causey, KC 22 88 13 31 .35":
Wagner, LA 32 128 19 44 .349
Schilling, Bos 26 107 18 37 .346
Boyer. NY 26 103 14 35 .340
Robinson, Chi 28 107 18 36 .336
Allison, Minn 29 103 19 34 .330
Ystzmski, Bos 26 100 18 33 .330
Kaline, Dot 29 116 19 38 .328
Malzone, Bos 26 97
Charles, KC 29 113 18 35 .310
National League
Player t Club G. AB R. H. Pet.
Cvngton, Phil 25 79 17 29 .367
F.Aiou, SF 30 124 27 44 .355
Fairly, LA 31 109 17 38 .349
Groat, StL 33 135 20 44 .326
Edwards, Cin 28 95
Bailey, SF
Aaron, Mil
Cepeda, SF
James, StL
White, StL
Horn Runt
American Laagu Tresh,
Yanks 7; Nicholson, White Sox 7;
Hinton, Senators 7; Wagner, Ang
els 7.
National Ltagua Aaron,
Braves 11; F. Alou, Giants 7; Ce
peda, Giants 7; Covington, Phils
7. .
Runs Batted In
American Ltagua Nicholson,
White Sox 24; Robinson, White
Sox 23; Kaline, Tigers 21; Wag
ner, Angels 21; Allison, Twins 21;
Hinton, Senators 21.
National League Fairly,
Dodgers 28; Covington, Phils 26;
Aaron, Braves 25; F. Alou, Gi
ants 25; White, Cards 25.
American League . Fischer,
Athletics 5-0; Stock, Orioles 3-0;
Morehead, Red Sox 3-0; Herbert,
White Sox 4-1; Bouton, Yanks 3-1;
Buzhardt, White Sox 3-1.
National League Simmons,
Cards 54; O'Dell, Giants 4-0;
MacKenzie, Mets 3-0; Perranoski,
Dodgers 5-1; Nottebart, Colts 4-1;
Maloney, Reds 4-1; Koufax, Dodg
ers 4-1.
By Ken Spenca,
Bend Golf Club
Mrs. R. G. McFarland and Mrs.
Ray LcBlanc won the 18 hole divi
sion of the Blind Partner Tour
nament last Wednesday. Mrs. W.
A. Lackaff and Mrs. J. L. van
Huffel were winners of the 9 hole
Tomorrow is "guest day" at the
Bend Golf Club and there are
hopes for a large turn-out. It Is
also the first day of play for the
Nellie Sullivan trophy. The regu
lar days' play is to be a Circle
Tournament. The captains are
Mrs. Vern Prodehl and Mrs. Gor
don Robberson. The luncheon com
mittee chairman is Joan Hamm.
Serving on her committee are
Mrs. Gordon McKay, Mrs. Don
Baglcy and Mrs. Richard Carlson.
Each year the pro provides a
series of free golf lessons for la
dies of the Bend Golf Club who
have a handicap of 25 or more.
The first in this scries of live les
sons will be held tomorrow at 9:30
a.m. Please take advantage of
this class if you need instruction.
A large turnout will guarantee the
continuation of the class next
The Best-Ball Sweepstakos, held
Thursday, was won by the team
of Dick Geser and Mickey Sulli
van with a 73. Second low gross
went to Norm Whitney and Dick
Geser who carded a 78. The team
of Charles Marsch and Irl Wag
ner won low net with a 67V4. Sec
ond low net went to Joe Grahl
man and Bill Hatch, Sr., with a
Following are Uie pairings for
tho Men's Spring Handicap Tour
nament: Russ Hill and Kay
Thompson; Walt Anderson and
Joe Grahlman; Charles Marsch
and Bob Thomas; Don Dyer, bye;
Bill Hatch, Sr., and George
Croker; Des Currie and J i m
Wood; Larry West and Harry
Mackey; Ted Gibbons, bye; Dick
Maudlin and Norm Whitney; Bert
Crowe and Rube Ells; Irl Wagner
and Don Hampson; Dick Geser,
bye; Bill Hatch, Jr., and Neal
Goldsmith; Bud Drew and Vern
White; Ed Kmk and Einar Sel-
fors: Erv Hogan. bye. Contestants
should try to finish their first
match this weekend.
Golf Tip of the Week
If you happen to be one of the
many golfers who consistently
"slice, it may be because you
are not pronating. As you contact
the ball and follow through, your
right hand should roll over your
left hand. This closes the club
face and causes the ball to hook.
If your grip is too Iirm, your
hands will not roll over and the
ball will slice. Check to see if you
are rolling your club-head as you
follow through.
Major leagues
By Unitad Prats International
American League
Kansas City
New York
j .Baltimore
, Cleveland
Los Angeles
M Mn csot 3
. 18
L. Pet.
12 .600
17 17
12 17
13 19
11 18
W. L. Pet. GB
19 13 .594
19 14 .576 'A
16 13 .552 V,z
17 15 .531 2
16 15 .516 2'i
14 15 .483 314
14 16 .467 4
14 18 .437 5
14 19 .424 5'.i
14 19 .424 5Vi
Monday's Results
9 31 .320 " Boston 8 Washington 5
Los Angeles 7 Chicago 3
(Only games scheduled)
National League
San Francisco
St. Louis
Los Angeles
New York
Milwaukee '
Monday's Result
Houston 4 New York 2
(Only game scheduled)
Tri-City wins
8th straight
By United Pratt International
Tom Swayne, Tri-City relief
pitcher, got off to a bad start but
finished strong in Monday night's
Northwest League baseball action.
Thanks to him, the Braves top
ped Eugene 7-4 for their eighth
straight victory to move Into a
virtual tie with Yakima for the
top spot. Wenatchee downed Sa
lem 8-5 in the only other game
Swayne came on in the second
inning and promptly walked the
first three men he faced and
forced in two runs.
Albany junior
runs nation's
best prep mile
ALBANY (UPD- Albany High
School Junior Dave Wilbora Mon
day ran the nation's fastest prep
mile of the season.
Wilborn was clocked in 4:18.2
in a dual meet between Albany
and Central Linn. He also had a
1:58.9 time in the 880-yard run as
Albany won the meet 68-54.
The best previous high school
mile in the state this season was
I 4:19.2 by Hillsboro'g Wendell Cox.
Harrison, Black
now In golfs
Hall of Fame
(Dutch) Harrison of San Francisco
and John Black, Los Angeles,
were inducted into the California
Golf Hall of Fame Monday night
at ceremonies at the Los Altos
Golf and Country Club.
Harrison, a member of the
PGA Hall of Fame, and Black,
former three-time winner of state
amateur golf championships, were
chosen for the honor in a poll of
state golf writers.
Black was unable to attend the
induction ceremony due to illness.
Dick Lotz, San Leandro, the
state amateur champion, was
named the oustanding amateur
golfer of the state for the year.
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