Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, February 03, 1954, Page 12, Image 12

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    Corvallis IPaHslhied to
OCE to Play
On Weekend
MOUTH The Portland Stale
Vikings furnish the next Ore
gon Collegiate Conference op
position on Friday and Satur
day nights for the OCE Wolves.
The Friday .ight game Is at
Monmouth and the return game
on Saturday is billed for Port
land State's home floor, the
new Lincoln High gym In Port
land. The Wolves biggest chal
lenge this week is trying to de
vise ways and means of slow
ing down the sensational scor
ing of the 6' 5" Viking center,
Don Porter. Don is a McMinn
ville boy who played for the
Oregon Frosh last year, who
has averaged nearly 25 points
per game. Outstanding players
in the State supporting cast are
Ron Brown, Astoria; Rick
Green, Por'.'l d; Johnny
Fought also .' Portland boy-
he is a transer from Brigham
Young University; and another
Portlander Dick Perkins,
Both the Wolves and the
Vikings split conference series
last week-end with Eastern
Oregon and O.T.I, respectively.
These games left Eastern Ore
gon leading the pack with a 4
2 record while OCE with 3-3 is
tied with O.T.I, at 4-4. Port
land State's conference record
is 1-3.
Jim Rice Withdraws
In the Wolves Friday con
quest of the Eastern Oregon
team, OCE outrebounded and
outshot the Mountaineers. But
Saturday night the Mounties
swept the boards and fired
from the field at 43 clip
while the Wolves could hit only
their season average of 33
The Oregon College reserve
strength has been further de
pleted with the withdrawal
from school of freshman Jim
Rice. Rice was an outstanding
prospect from Salem who had
cracked the starting lineup on
several occasions. Jim also is
a talented baseball inficldcr
and hopes to return to college
spring term to participate in
Basketball Scores
man school
Corvallis S3. Salem 48
Salem JVi 47, Corvallis 40
Mill City 78, Sublimity ell
St. Paul 58. Chemawa SS (overtime)
JefCeraon S8, Deaf School 56 (over
time) Detroit M. Galea 10
tiervats 42, Sclo 3D
Colton 43, Perrydale 39
Amity 4U. Dayton 41
Wlllamlna 40, Yamhill 3D (overtime)
North Marlon 57. Sherwood 30
Banks 43, Sheridan 37
Stayton 68, Cascade 67
Ml. Ansel 54, Woodhurn 47 '
Silverton 5S, Dallas 51
Estacada 78, Canby 59
Molalla 58, Sranpoose 41
Central 50, Oi l Froeh :I4
Tillamook Catholic 42. Nest urea 30
Union , North Powder 37
Newport 58, Waldpnrl 30
Eugene 60. Sprlnmleld 411
Creiwrll 53. Will. .incite Kugrne M
St. Francis Euiirne 511. lull. me
Gruva 51
Mllwankle 82. CXwrlo 49
Weil I. inn 73, Koresl Grove 55
Beaverlon 48. Oregon Cllv :ia
l'arkrose 54. Concotdta Portland 41
1-aOnter Waih. 35, Hill Military
Purl land 33
Wv l.nsl 44, While Salmon Wash. 33
Knappa 20, Star ol tht Sra Aitnria
IUlnlcr 47. Wash 44
tlillshorn 511. Mi'Mmnvllle 55
Albany 6B. Sweet Home 30
Lebanon St. Junction Cllv 44
Evirgreen Wash. 40, Cnlumbla Tren
Portland 37
Silrti 57. Eddyvllle 20
llarrlsbuis S8. llalnev 38
Jewell 5". Nrhilrm X
Toledo 71. Philomath 40
Taft SO. Nrahkahme 4
Newherg 83. Tlgard 57
Bank 43. Sheridan 37
firants Pass 40, Roaeburg 27
Talent 63, Moue Hiver 40
i Portland l
Rooaevelt 52, Franklin 46
Lincoln .Vl, Jetfetson 31 (overtime)
Hrnson 60, (irant 50
Cleveland 61, WnBhinglon 16
Oregon 68, Walh. Stale 51
I.ewls anl Clmk 8.V I.inhrld 72
Seattle U 82. Par l.uth 64
Portland I' 83. Parllli- 51
S(X-K 53. llunibolclt SI. 43
Whllworth 71. Clonraga 6a
Wayne University 5!. Santa Bar
bara College 31
Holy Clow 82. Biialon College 77
Prlnrelon 68. Temple 62
South Carolina 16. laidnon 73
III" Grande I:i4. HiIImI il, Mtrh. 01
Chaltanooga 61. M.-iivullr, Trnn. 77
Pllliibuigh 6(1. Croreelnu n 75
Niagara 111. Svtaiu-r 7(1
llampden-Siilnev 61, Johns Hop.
kins 70 (Ovritimci
North Carolina Slate an. William
nd Ma
t.nvnla. New Orlean- 76 r.6 '
No,ih Carolina 6. Washington and 1 60
I.eSalle 78 Dickinson 51
Marquette 74. Ilelriiit 68
Kenlnekv 01. Centeia 1 crh 46
Colorado 70, Kansas 6?
Toledo til, Western deserve "5,
Texas 75 Southern Methodist r.1
Idaho State 83, Colorado ( ollece 44
TnoTctvt ops i I I T t Aswcj vO Z"7! J T-T- xt Tvoj ajn
Viks Tie Score in Final I
Minutes;23 by Gambee
Corvallis high school retained its
hold on first place in the Big Six
here Tuesday night with a thrilling
53-48, last-minute win over the
stubborn, racehorse Salem High
The visiting Spartans led most
of the route until a big third quar
ter surge by Salem made Corvallis
scramble for points in the final two
minutes to protect their second
place rating in the state.
It was tied 43-43 with about three
minutes to go but the Spartans'
ace center, big Dave Gambee, sank
two quick field goals for a 47-43
lead and Salem could get no clos
er than two points in the final two
Take 6-0 Opening Lead
Gambee's hook shot put the
visitors into a 2-0 lead at the start
and then two field goals by Dick
Ko.'ord gave the Spartans a 6-0
lead with two minutes gone. Har
old Hank's Vikings moved back to
trail by four points at the quar
ter 11-7.
Gumbee and Koford each had
five points in the initial period for
all but one of the Spartan points.
Corvallis built the four point first
quarter lead into a 31-19 halftime
lead with a 20 point quarter, main
ly because of the six and a half
foot Gambee's nine points and Ko
ford's six.
Bob Wulf, M Junior center, led
the Viking cause in the second
period with eight of the 12 Salem
points. Then late in the third quar
ter Salem began to move as Tom
Pickens began to hit from far out.
Three tree throws by Jim Knapp
and a field goal and a free shot
by Gordy Domogalla carried Salem
within three points of Corvallis with
less than three minutes left in the
third quarter. Then Knapp sank
field goal to make it 34-35 in favor
of the Spartans.
Tied at 36-36
Gambee's free throw made it 36-
34 but then Pickens came through
with a long shot to tie it up at
m-m wim i:J5 ielt in ine quarter.
Pickens' free throw put Salem
ahead but Koford gave Corvallis
tne lead 38-37. with 30 seconds
left in the period Wulf put Salem
ahead 39-38, which wa the quarter
A free throw by Bob Langton and
a field goal by Crawford Taylor
put Corvallis into a 41-39 lead with
almost two minutes gone in the
final quarter. The two clubs ex
changed goals and it was 43-41 for
Corvallis with 3:15 remaining in
the game.
Pickens hit a long goal to tie up
the game for the last time at 43
all but Gambee sank two quick
field goals and the Spartans led
47-43. In the final two minutes or
the hard fought game Salem could
get no closer than two points.
Gambee Scores 23
Gambee led all Scoring with 2J'
Referee Tumbles Out
Of Ring, GorkysWin
The Gorky brothers showed
auain last night that they have no
respect for wrestling law and or
der as they doubled up to pin an
other pair of roughnecks in two
of three falls of a tag tenm match
at the Salem Armory.
It was lirutiil.
Ivan and Solilat Gorky turned
a near detent into a victory over
Toi "The Great" Yamato anil
Kurt von l'oppenheim, trading
fists In the face for judo chops
to the neck and ending with Hcl-
rrrc Tony Itoss upside down
hanging Irom the rones by his
feet and both Gorkys working
over Yamntn.
Referee Takes Tumble
The third fall found Ivsn tak
ing on Pnpprnhrim and Yamato
alternately with his big fist, and
he kept slugging Yamato in the
forehead even after he drew
blond. As Boss tried to break it
up In the ropes he was shoved
from behind and tumbled hard,
his foot catching in the two low
er ropes and his head thudding
on the floor.
As fans freed Ross and almost
lifted Ihe ernggy referee into the
ring. Siildat sneaked in from his
curlier to help Ivan with the over
whelmed Yamato and adminis
tered his last rites -Ihe wulf leap
to the throat with his knee. Pop.
penheim hurst into the ring slug
ging everyone standing, who hap
pened In lie the Gorkys and pro
tested Ihe derision.
Yam.ilo pinnnl Ivan in 12 min
utes for Ihe first fall, rnlrhinfi
Ivan uilh a judo rhnp In Ihe
I l.r.i.l k. t.-.n .I.., nff ll,A r..nn
' ' ' , , . ,
1 1"1 serimil senl to Ivan, who hail
rnppenhrim helpless wiln a Htts
sian sirkle hold in five minutes.
.Inhn llennig heat 1'avid Jons j
in the semi final with a hodv slam
and press after a rlran match
Ivan Kamrroff and Gino Nico- i
points on nine field goals and five
free throws while his teammate
Koford had IS on seven field goals
and one charity toss. The Spartans
hit for 21 field goals and 11 free
throws In the game.
For the losing Vikings Pickens
and Wulf each had 14 on six field
goals and two free shots. Knapp
came next with 13 to round out the
Salem double figure scoring. Sa
lem had 17 field goals and 14 free
throws. They hit about 25 to 30 per
cent of their field goal attempts.
The loss was the seventh against
eight wins for Salem, now ranked
tenth in the Associated Press Poll.
Corvallis is ranked second. Last
night's los was the econd of the
seaon to Corvallis by the Vikings
who lot the earlier game 52-38 at
This week-end Salem meets sixtn
ranked Grants Pass in a two game
series at Salem. Grant Pass split
a two game series with the strong
Marshficld Pirates while Salem
sost twice to the Pirates sast week
end. Salem Jayvees Win
The Salem high junior varsity
won the preliminary game 47-40
over the Corvallis junior varsity.
Lee Gustafson's Salem JV's led by
slim margins during most of the
game after trailing 10-9 with one
quarter gone in the game.
The game saw Corvallis score
only seven field goals. They made
two in the first quarter and dur
ing the second and until the final
moments of the thirn quarter the
Spartans failed to hit the bucket
for a two-pointer. They had four
field goals in the last quarter.
Halftime favored Salem 18-16
and it led 30-."6 at the end of three,
Don Zeh led Salem with 15 points
while Fcnton Lochenour had eight.
Lochenour scored five in the final
minutes to insure the Salem the
win. Jack Gambee led the Corval
lis sqoad with 15. It was the second
win for Salem's junior varsity over
Corvallis this year.
Corvallll (53) (41) Salem
ff ft pf tp SK pf tp
I.ngln.f 0 3 3 aPikns.f 8 2 2 14
Kuford.f 7 1 1 ISHrklnd.t 0 0 3 0
Cmbee.c 5 3 23 Wulf, c 6 2 2 14
Edwds.K 2 1 3 SDmgla.S 13 15
Tavlur.K 3 1 4 SKnapp.I 4 5 1 13
Malin.c 0 0 0 OSprrr.f Olll
Doty.K 1 0 1 2TrpIt.I 0 13 1
Totals 21 1 1 15 53TotaU 17 14 13 48
Severe by Quarters:
Salem 7 12 20 9-48
Corvallis 11 20 1 13-53
Fret throws mined: Salem Pickens 1.
Burkland 2, Wulf 3. Knapp 3. and Dotno
cslla 1: CorralUH Lanslon 2, Qambea 4,
Edwards 2, and Bsnnion 1.
Corvallis JV (40) (47) Salem JV
Crahani (31 T 13 Sanlee
C.amhee (14) .... F (121 Zeh
Carpenter (1) ...... C (21 Jonea
Doty (7) ... . G 13) Tom
Stlnnetle (Bl C. (2) Rhine
Reserves Srorlng: Corvallis Allen
13). Sletto (3). Salem Carl (4).
Plgsley (3). Lochenour (8), Foreman
(21. Lubv (3, Scheldel (21. Halllime
a ... Cl.. IR Cnrcalll 18 DIM.
Ca la: Richardson and MrCallister.
llni battled to a draw in the open
er of 20 minutes, despite Kamer
off's use of his elbows in his first
real show of roughness in Salem.
Stayton Barely
Beats Cascade
W I. Prt W L
Se Heart 1 Utraaraite 3 3
fitavton 8 1 .113 Fhllomth 1 6
Crnlral 4 3 467 ftal. Arad. 8 6
Tuefdaj rnull Pisston as. Cssrane
67. Central 50. OCK Proih 34 inon-eon
CASCADE A 32-point per
formance by Wayne Minten
helped Sluytnn gain a share of
the Capitol leaguo lead here Tues
day night his most important
points coming after the final buz
zer, (iR-ti7.
Stayton defeated Cascade in a
make-up game on Minten's two
free throws that came on a foul
called as the Rime ended.
Stayton went ahead in the sec
ond quarter, 3I-2H, and was in
front, 52-47, starling the fourth
iiuqarter. Hill Brown scored 18
fur Cascade, who once shared the
In Ihe prelim, Stayton jayvees
won, 34-33.
Stayton (SI)
Krllhng 1 101 . r
NrlUrn (18i ... . f.
Cohl 5 C
Mmlcn l.i:i C
W illaiKon nil C
llcf.cive Scoring
(6; Cascade
iSi Wipper
... i 111 Spcer
illi Kinion
.. i PI tit mi n
(71 Winkle
SMyton W.illen I
l.'li. ( Mscaile- Sproul 141
f'rilrr 121. Officials
Slavlon 6
Cased . II
Mickey till. :
Valder. and
Oiil fielder Pick Sinnvir, who
will" receive a spring (rial with
the Braves, led Ihe Southern As
sociation in runs halted in, hits
and total bases during Ihe l!).r3
vercome Vikings, S3
' ' '
oo Pi oo
Up and Away
gels away a two-point shot under the basket in the second quar
ter action photo above. He totaled 23 for the evening's work.
At left is Tom Pickens of Salem; behind him is Larry Springer,..
Salem; at right is Dick Koford ot Corvallis and behind Koford
Is Salem's Bob Wulf. (Capital Journal Photo)
2 Overtimes in Marion B
Play; Mill City Wins Again
W L Prl. W L Pet.
Mill City 12 0 1.000 nates 6 7 .417
Orrvals la J .83 Sublimity 3 .lit
Sclo 8 t .667 Clirmaa a 3 a MD
Jellrraon 8 4 .667 OSD 2 10 .167
SI. Paul 7 6 .683 Detroit 1 10 .167
Tueidar results: Mill cits 78, Sublimity
66; fit. Paul 58. Chemawa 55: Jefferson
58. Oregon School (or the Deaf 56: De
troit 84. Clatrs 60: Oervals 41, Sclo 36.
Two overtime games spiced
Marion County B league competi
tion Tuesday night, while in an
other Mill City bulldozed its way
to its 12th straight circuit win.
St. Paul, in fifth place, had to
go three extra minutes to stop
Chemawa, 5855, tied for seventh;
and Jefferson needed an extra
session to edge the Deaf School,
58-56, and to keep a share of
third place.
The big game coming up Fri
day will send the No. 1 and No. 2
teams, Mill City and Gervais, to
gether at Mill City. Scio will be
at Detroit, Jefferson at Gates,
Chemawa at OSD and Sublimity
at St. l'aul.
St. Paul Nudges
Foe in Overtime
CHEMAWA Three free
throws in an overtime spelled
victory for SI. Tatil here Tues
day night over Chemawa, 5855,
In the Marion County B league.
Sam and George, the unrelated
Smith hoys, scored 17 points
apiece for St. Paul. Karrel Gal-
llneau made 10 for Chemawa's
St. Paul led the first two quar
ters. 12 and 26-22, hut the In
dians moved ahead 26-22 at the
end of the third. The buzor
found the srore 55-55 at the end
of the conventional 32 minutes.
In the junior varsity prelim
inary, Chemawa won, 7112.
, (Over(lme)
S. Smith (171 .. . y it) Vmptuch
C. Smith (171 F i9' Tellicr
V.m D.iiiitne tl.'ll C 0 1 al'l.mte
KiiM-h i9i C .. . .1 1'.'i M.inn
lli-v.heau (4) . (1 . (ll Sultrier
Hi,eivrs Serine SI Paul- Wolf
l?i. Merten . S , CMetnnwa Ml.ick
w.ilrr i8i. Cillinr.iti iltii. Fnrcl.
Otnri.ils Cooper and V n
SI Paul . . 12 41 SS 18
("hcoiawa . 6 22 41 .VS-ftS
Gervais Shades
Scio by 42-36
SCIO -Gervais fnreified llself
fnr Friday night's showdown
with Mill Cily hy healing Scio,
42 36. here Tuesday night in the
Marion County B league.
Gervais, two games behind
Mill Cily. trailed R 11 at the first
stop and tied it 20 20 at halftime
before earning a 33-28 margin
going into the homestretch. Don
Eeiling scored 13 to lead the
Cougars, a fisure equalled by
l.arry Badger of Scio.
The preliminary went ot Ihe
Gervais jayvees, 67-48.
nervals (4t)
N Kci'pmii 1 1 3i F
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T.'inn:penil 1 11 1 . C
Kspc i7i 0
R Kepplnter '6- C,
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18' Dam
I 2 1 er
10- StlM.Ilt
Scio - - J i,-..t.,-n
1 2i. C.ihson ..!. (Hill
Is: Vender-
The 6-foot-7 Corvallis center Dave Gam
bee. finds hands all around him as he
Detroit Upends
Gates by 64-60
GATES Detroit, in Inst place
in the Marion County B league
rose up to harass sixth place
Gates here Tuesday, 64-60.
Gates kept close behind Detroit
all the way but Detroit held vary
ing margins of three to six points.
Quartertime scores were 13-7, 27
24 and 47-41 for Detroit.
Leading the winners were Art
Taylor with 17 and Lee Hopson
with 15. Gates' best producer was
Herb Homey.
Detroit (64) (60) fiatrs
l.ndy (131 r (181 Roniev
Hopson (IS) F - mi Devine
Rice 15) C . (101 Haul)
Vickers (11) B. (13) Unrnhardt
Taylor (17 G. , . (81 Vail
Reserves scoring: Detroit Bowers
(ll, Snyder 121. Gates Kvcns 111.
Larson (1). Officials: Anderson and
Detroit 1.1 27 47 64
Uales 7 24 41 60
Mill City Takes
Sublimity, 78-69
For 12th Win
marched on. 78-fifl. for league vic
tory No. 12 at the expense of
hard-fighting Sublimity here
Tuesday night in the Marion
County B circuit.
The fast game found Sublim
ity outscoring Mill City in the
fourth quarter. 26-lfl. hut unahle i ovfrtimf
to overcome the 16-point defieit Jttt "I-s" ( hKTi.Mh
at the end of the third. The JKFFKBSON The Lions of Jcf
Timherwolves were hiding better ferson used two overtime free
than the Saints the remainder of 'throws by Bill Cotman to defeat
the contest. j the Oregon School for the Deaf,
Klton Gregory funneled in 28 5il'Vi' a Marion County B league
points for the victors, also aided ! K'lmc last niKnl-
hy Jack Meltings 18 and Al
Ward's 16. For Sublimity. Ron
nie Bentz had 21. David I'arrish
17 and Dennis Sullivan 12.
In the preliminary, the
City jayvees won. 53-37, with Don
Lcmke scoring 16 for the Timher
wnlf juniors. Glenn Minden made
oiuht for Sublimity.
Still cily Cl (Ci Sunllmlrt
Cieroiv 2Ht .. .. V Im I'.m-h
Waul ilfii . ..... F .... 1211 Hint;
Ciirev i :n C I'.'i Fr ink
Mcllltia: I I8i . . ! 1131 Sullivan
i .,ok i .'i : 141 is, II
llesei e, Si-orinc. Mill Citv- Cros-
ler (7i. Thomas i4' Siihlopltv Lewis
i II i, llicsirr (2l. Officials: Alhrlcht
and Nelson.
Mill Cllv 20 IS SO 7S
.Slihlnnltv . , IS 26 4:1 60
r.istern Orejon Beef houtht directly from the ranch and
hauled In our own trucks. Cuttinc and Wrapping. Old
fashioned smokinr and curinr. We qulrk-freeie your
href and pork FREE. Custom killing. Trailer loaned
Packing House Wholesale Prices
Front Qmrtif
Hall or
28', 25', 30
Albany Tromps
Huskies, 66-39,
At Sweet Home
Bulldogs smashed the Sweet Home
Huskies here Tuesday night by a
score of 66-39.
The taller Bulldogs gained a 13-7
lead after one quarter and after
that the Huskies just kept falling
farther behind, trailing 33-9 at the
half and 53-25 at the start of the
final stanza.
The Bulldogs led in every de
partment except at the foul line.
Here the Huskies hit 17 out of 33
tries for 51 per cent while the Bull
dogs hit 16 out of 32 for 50 per
cent. Lcs Birdsall, Sweet Home for
ward, was high point man for the
evening with 18 18 counters, fol
lowed by Albany's forward wall of
Pete Wilfert, Don Stamps, and
Dave Shelby, who scored 14, 13,
and 11, respectively.
Albany won the JV game, 56-23,
as McConnell hit eight for Albany
and Bill Lewis scored seven for
Sweet Home.
Allianr tali) CW) Saeet llama
Btnmps 13 P Morler
Willert 14 V 18 Illnlssl
Shelby 11 C Elliott
Drrrah 7 u 4 Daniels
Sorrnson 7 0 4 Norqulst
Heierves: Albany Hazrlwood 1, Moors
5. llaaland I. Emmons. Aberson 3. llur
told 2. Rlriliwrr 2: Sweet Home Kllirl 2.
Haley 3. Bturholm 1. Chambers ft. Msree.
Roberts 3. Officials: Merryman and Hell
bcrs. Pioneers Shade
Linfield, 85-72
PORTLAND UP A 24-point
rally in Ihe last quarter gave Lew
is and Clark 85-72 win over Lin
field in a Northwest Conference
basketball game Tuesday night.
Lewis and Clark led 39-37 al Ihe
half and 61-60 going into the fourth
OS I) (it)
MrConn (161 F
W hittle 131 F
Mavnard i13i C
I ruin In r.
(3S) Jefferson
lli Marlatt
i2i Wells
Illi Wnsht
iS) Myets
(3l Cotman
Jetferson H.iw
Offlclals: Moore
! llealli urn C,
Reserves Scorine
kins iSi. Henlon (2i
and uver.
OSD 12 25
Jefferson 17 31
Throw Vnnr Watrh
Sf Kit Thm M tVn Olhrri Tint
411 (Hal, ftilrm. Orton
Whcll I Young Steer Beef
lit! South i.Mh St.
Phone jm
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Pnirr 10-Coi.m nreTon'ednesday, February 3, 1954
Silverton Upset of Dallas
Causes 3-Way WVL Tie
w L Pet. W h eel.
n.erlon ( J .180 Ml. Anltl
DSlSJ 2 .750 Sands
Estacada .ISOCanbs
I .171
t T .US
llolalla i 3
a'js sroodbura 1 7 -13a
i..dST ieol': M- "'
burn 47: Islacada w. canos ... -JoT.9.
Dallas 111 Molalla S6. ftiPW"
41 (non-contersnce)l oresham it. Sandr
44 fnon-cnnferenes.
Silvertons Silver Foxes have
been as good as gold in their
past two games, upsetting de
fending champion Dallas last
night just one game after spill
ing Estacada. There now as a
three-way tic for first among
Silverton, Dallas and Estacada.
Estacada had little trouble with
Canby. winning 76-59.
Friday's games will find Mo
lalla at Estacada, Dallas at Sandy,
Woodburn at Silverton and Can
by at Mt. Angel.
Silverton Spills
Dallas by 59-51
DALLAS The up and coming
Silverton Silver Foxes surprised
the Dallas Dragons, 59-51, here
Tuesday night to gain a one-third
share of the Willamette Valley
Fred Kaser's 22 points contri
buted to the defending champ
ions' downfall and h had sub
stantial help from Cabe Wolf's
16. Silverton showed early that
it was intent on victory, holding
quartertime leads of 18-14, 34
26 and 46-39. The second quarter
was especially profitable for the
Foxes, scoring 16 to Dallas' 12
for an eight-point lead which held
For Dallas, Harold Holdorf tal
lied 15. The Dallas jayvees won
the preliminary, 73-44.
Sllverton(39) (SI) Dallas
Copple 19) T. (I) RDomchsky
Wolf (Ifil F (5) Hofman
Kaser 122) C. ()RxDmshfsky
Umbenhower(0l C 115) Holdorf
Black 112) C
Reserves scoring: Dallas Hot
(3). Moser (1). Cooley (2). Officials
Kolb and Deloretlo.
Silverton - 4B SS
Dallas . H 2 '1
Mt. Angel Tops
Woodburn 54-47
WOODBURN M t. A n g e 1
cinched a Willamette Valley
league victory over Woodburn
here Tuesday night, 54-47, by
pouring on the steam early in the
fourth quqarter to extend i nar
row lead.
It was 39-38 for Mt. Angel
starting the fourth stanza when
Leo Buchheit hit three baskets
from far out and Max Rcuf net
ted two more to give the Angels
10 quqick points and a 13-pnint
Quarter scores were 12-8 for
Mt. Angel, 20-24 for Woodburn
and 39-36 for Mt. Angel. Royal
Haslie hit 14 for Woodburn for
game honors. Jim Zauner and
Toby Krey recorded 12 each and
Buchheit 11 for the victors.
In the jayvee prelude, Wood
burn won, 46-36. Wachter made
12 for the junior Angels and Gav-
mia 10 lor Woodburn.
Ml. Angel (.14)
(47) Woodhurn
(21 rakelaen
(4) Havnes
- till l'lank
(81 Norris
(0) Higgins
7..iuner (121 ...
Tracger 2
lilts 161
Burhhelt 111)
Frev i 12)
Reserves Scoring: Ml. Angel-Reuf
(Si, Wavra i.'h. Wnodhurn-C.arnaro
("I. H.istie 1141. Stafnev (1). Offl
rials: Reeder and Bates.
Mt. Angel
W'oodhurn ......
.12 24 33 54
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Estacada Tops
Canby, 76-59
CANBY Kstacada kept its
share of the Willamette Valley
league leadership with a con
vincing; 76-59 victory over Canby
here Tuesday night.
Center Gary Ames hit from all
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over for a 32-point total is tht
rangers opened wide a 10-polnt
halftime gap in the third quat
ter to 86-38. For Canby, Bill
Gleason had 17 points.
Estacada (76) (II) Canny
D. Kigglnf (8) F (17) Gleatoo
Ames (32) C (11) Bl.harn
Dmytryk (3) O () Knox
Hayden (8) O-. yly
Reur-ves scoring: Estacada Vlker-
man (3), Marchbank 114). Canby
Farmer (4), Werronen (), Harma
(2), lmholt (4). Officials: Hendla
and Schrlveni.
Estacada . m oo or,
Canby 10
Molalla Takes
Scappoose 56-41
MOLALLA Molalla went out
side the Willamette Valley league
to drop Scapoose, S6-41, her
Tuesday night Scoring 16 each
for the victors were Stan Child
ers and Jim Alexander. Molalla'i
junior varsity seized the prelim,
Scapoosa (41)
D.Johnson (13)
Cabrlelson (0)
(M) Molalla
T (6) Howell
F (2) Day
.C (16) Alexander
G.Jolinson (14)
Cllllgan (3)
G. (16) Chlldec;
Hudson (4) G (2) Aho
Reserves scoring: ScaDooseMuIlt
can (2), Nutter (3). Molalla Mather
(2), Duane parKer 12) uave ranter
(2), Peoples (5), Tunning (2), Buy
(1). .
Scapoose f in z ai
Molalla 17 23 42 56
G re sham Nips
Sandy, 56-44
SANDY The uresham uoph-
ers defeated the Sandy Pioneers,
56-44, in a non-league game here
last night.
Sandy led 14-10 at the end of
the first quarter but a Gopher
hit a free throw at the half time
buzzer to tie the score at 19 all.
Gresham pulled ahead in the
third stanza and was leading, 35
28, at the start of the last canto.
Monty Shelton scored 23 and
teammate Jenkins added to 13 as
they led the Gresham attack.
Don Meyers hooped 22 for the
Gresham also won the J.V.
game, 51-39. Louis Flinn scored
14 for the Junior Pioneers.
Gresham (56) (44) Sandy
Lee (5) r 122) Meyeri
Jenkins (131 F (4) Thornton
Shellon (23) F (6) Rohde
Gardner (8) C. (21 Westllnk
Roy (4) G (2) Schmiti
Graham (2) G
Reserves Scoring: Gresham Sny
der (6). Sandy Lawaon (1). Kelson
(71. Officials: Harper and Lamed
Gresham 10 19 35 56
Sandy 14 1 28 44
Church League
Leaders Meet
A meeting of the first Iwo
teams in the senior division high
lights tonight's Salem Church
Basketball league games. They
will meet at 8 o'clock at Parrish
gym, matching First Christian
and Calvary Baptist.
The schedule:
Senior lessue - S:0n, Psrrith' crm,
Knight Memorial vs Grace Lutheran:
1:00. Psrrlih, First Chrlftlsn vs Cslvarr
Intermediate "A" 8:06, Bots arm. Fn
rlewood EUB vs Firnt Consrecstlnnsl:
P OO. Olrls srm, St. rsul Episcopal ts
First BSDlilt.
Intr: mediate "B"' 7 pit. Psrrlsh. F.n-slea-ood
EUR Ts West Bslem Rsptlst;
1:00, Boys arm. Fr?t Presbyterian vs Ja
son Lee.
Jun,or "A" 7:00, Olrls gym, First Bap
tist vs First Contresatlnnsl; 8:00, airls
arm. Endevood EUB vs Bt. Mark Luth
eran. Junior "B 7:06. Boys gym. First Pres
byterlsn vs Enslesrood EUB.
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