Heppner gazette-times. (Heppner, Or.) 1925-current, December 13, 1979, Page NINE, Image 9

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This Oregon map shows the popular ski resorts.
Fillies lose to Joseph
The .Joseph llifjh School
Hirls' b;iskctb;ill loam heal
Ileppnor :!7-l?7 to win the first
place trophy in the Heppnor
Invitational Ka'sketball Tour
nament last Saturday.
The taller, more agrossivo
lone plays
at Heppner
lone did not have a basket
ball flame last week because
Ml. Vernon had a breakout of
flu and many of the players
were sick and the school even
had to close down last Friday.
The Cardinals will take on
Heppnor tomorrow night with
the girl's game at (! p.m. and
the boy's game at H p.m. The
(games will bo played in
Heppnor
Kat'les lorl at the end of the
first quarter 8-5 as both teams
plaved lough defense. Hepp
ner stole the ball a low times
and Joseph had some checked
slmls as both teams kept the
other from scoring.
Joseph outscorod Heppnor
in the second period 7-ti to load
at the half l.'i-ll Heppner had
problems with the taller
Kaules getting the defensive
rebounds and running the
fast break right by the Fillies
who did not got back on
defense.
Ileppnor lost the game in the
third period when the team
was outscorod l'-:i. The Fillies
did coino hack in the fourth
period by out scoring .Joseph
:i Hi .but it was not enough.
The Mustangs hit a miser
able to of (it shots for Hi
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Mary Kincaid (21) drives down the lane as Geri Grieb (2.T)
sets a screen.
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Sparetimer s League
The Morrow County Grain
Growers Jiowling team is still
on top in the Sparetimers
Howling League with a :?'
17' record.
In second place is the
Coast-to-Coast team with a
Ufi 1 -12 1 mark and Petersons
is at .'14-22.
Jerry's Mobil has improved
its record to 2H-2H and is now in
fourth place. Bucknums is
25' -:('.. Gardners is 23'-..-:?2'
. Central Market is 2:1-:!
and Sears is still last at lfi-40.
Coast-lo-Coast is first in
total pins with 20.918. Peter
sons is second with 29.550 and
the Morrow County Grain
Growers team is third at
29 o2
Despite its losing record.
Central Market is knocking
down pins as the team is
fourth at 27.:i5(i. Biicknum's is
filth at 25.(Wi(i. Gardners sixth
at 25.:ifil and Jerry's Mobil is
seventh in total pins with
25. ):!. Soars is last with
24.018
Fran Cook again bowled the
hiL'h game of the week w ith a
184 and she also had the high
individual series with 484. The
M C G C, team had the high
game wilh 728 and Petersons
had the high team series with
2t:!8
Irene Samples made the
(i 7-tn combination
Koffee Kup League
Millie Doherty fell one pin
short of bowling a 2(10 game as
she rolled a 109 for the
high game of the week in the
Koffee Kup Keglors League.
Iris Campbell had the high
individual series with a 47(i
and the Gutter Dusters team
had the high loam game and
the high team series with a 580
and a 1.(14:! Maureen Howard
made the 4-5-7 split
The Pytts still lead the
league with a :1c.1 -15' record
followed by the Three L's with
a :i:M9 record. The Hi Ho's
"am is third at 30-22 and the
Wearv Wives fourth at 29-23.
The Gutter Ousters group is
27-25. the Three Holers 19-33.
I he Newcomers IH'W and
the Progs are last at 15-37
The total pins race is close
with the Weary Wives first at
20.41 1 followed hv the Pytts at
20.3(17 and the Throe L's at
20.3(14 The Gutter Dusters are
fourth in total pins with 19.940
and the Hi Ho's team is next at
19 i!05
The Throe Holers come next
at 19.773. the Newcomers are
seventh at 19. 7113 and the
Dregs loam is last at 19.482.
field The
do much
1(1 of
percent from the
winners did not
bolter as thev mnd only
44 lor 311 percent
Despite the height advan
tage Joseph barely outre
bounded Heppnor 44-37. Karon
Biittorliold had 12 rebounds
and Pixie McCadden 10 for the
winners Sandra Ward led
Heppnor with 10 and Gori
Grieb and Deann Conner both
had nine.
McCadden led Joseph in
scoring with 14 points and
Biittorliold had 11.
Man Kincaid led the Fillies
with 11. Grieh added seven.
I .vim Dee Devin had five.
Connor two and Ward two.
Bullorlield was named the
most valuable player of the
tournament . Teammates
Marianne Kisor and McCad
den wore also named to the
all-tourney team. Heppner's
Kincaid wns also on the team
as was Condon's Teresa Bare.
To got to the championship
game Heppnor boat Reho 42-39
and Joseph boat Condon 5(i-3(i.
Heppnor fell behind in the
third quarter 27-23 but came
back and took the load on a
bucket by Lynn Doe Povin
28-27. Kincaid ignited the
crowd as she scored with five
seconds left in the period and
then stole the inbounds pass
and scored again to put
Heppnor in front 34-31 at the
end of three quarters.
Devin scored again on a
f.'istbreak with an assist pass
from Kincaid to put Heppner
ahead hv four with only a few
minutes remaining 37-33 Kin
caid made it 39-35 on a
two-point shot but a technical
foul-foul combination on
Abranis allowed Fcho to tie it
up alter some free throws at
39-39
Kcllie Hammond, who re
ceived a technical foul earlier
in the game, won the contest
for Heppner making a shot
and then bitting a pressure
free throw to put Heppnor
ahead 42-39
Kincaid led Heppnor with 14
points and Ward added eight
Connor h;id five. Devin four.
Abrams four. Grieh four and
Hammond throe. Connor led
the team in rehoiinds with 12.
Ski enthusiasts preparing for winter season
Downhill snow skiers in
Morrow Countv have access in
a u ide variety of ski resorts
dependmu on how far the skier
wants to drive
The closest ski area is the
Spout Sprint's lodge in Weston
i is about two hours awav It
has to runs two are new: now
lights, two remodeled restau
rants and the oldest ski school
in the Northwest with do
instructors The resort is
located 1(1 mill's past Weston
on Highway 204 and 18 miles
short of Klgin An adult
weekend ticket on the chair
lilts is onlv $8 The phone for
the resort is 5i(i-20t5. The
Spout Springs Kosort is noted
for its extensive training that
prepares beginners for the
area's more challenging
slopes.
The Pixie Mountain Ski
Bow l is another fairly close ski
resort that is about a two-hour
drive away. It is located five
miles northeast of Prairie City
near John Pay on Highway 2(i.
one rope two. The phono
number is 987-2848.
Nine other Oregon Ski
Resorts are within a three-to
four-hour drive from most
areas in Morrow County. The
drives can be longer in bad
weather so a weekend outing
for these areas is sometimes
the best plan.
A favorite resort for many
south Morrow County skiers is
the Anthony Lakes Resort
near North Powder between
LaGrande and Baker on High
way 30. It opened Nov. 23 and
the phone there is 963-6913. It
has 10 runs and a day adult
chairlill I ickof costsi;tns1Thjr
$5 charge for children. It is 18
miles west of North Powder
and it is known for its wide
variety of runs.
North Morrow County skiers
may find the trip west toward
Portland the host way to go.
About throe hours away are
five large ski resorts near ML
Hood.
Mt . Hood Meadows is one of
the closest. It is located just
off Intorstate-80. turning at
Hood River onto Highway 35.
It is 38 miles south of Hood Ri
ver. The resort has more than
50 runs with the longest being
about two miles. The top ski
lift price is $12 for a day and
night weekend ticket. The
phone is 337-2222 The large
resort features live entertain
ment and dancing nightly
from Wednesdays to Sundays.
The Cooper Spur Ski Area is
a lit tie closer. 24 miles south of
Hood River on the same
highway as Ml. Hood Mea
dows. It is for beginning skiers
with only one rope tow and one
Women win
lone opened up a 15-3 lead at
the half and led 23-3 before
Riverside could get its game
on track as the Cardinals boat
the Pirates 29-19.
Michelle La Rue led the
winners with 12 points and
Martha McFlligott added six
points. Piann Mnrter scored
six and Tammy Holtz five.
Karen Harding led River
side with eight points and 14
rebounds.
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From starter to lail
pipe, depend on us to
get your car in lop shape
Tune Up Pros
Jerry's Mobil
676-5800
Jerry's Mobil
& Minimart
Open 7 Days
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7-9
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A little lurtber up the
nmiiniaiN on !Iiuha :;."i and
then 'nrnini; nt'ht onto High
was 2i is a group of three ski
1'i.mii'K at Government Camp,
a lavorile spot for Portland
skiers
The lirsi resort is the
Mul'nrpor Ski Howl It has 12
runs, the longest being one-and-one-half
miles. There are
eight rope tows and night
skiing The chairlilt tickets
are $10.5(1 for all day on
weekends and S8 50 during the
week Snow conditions there
can be obtained by calling
272-35 22
The most famous of the
Government Camp Resorts is
IhoTimborline Lodge. With its
new hiL'h capacity chairlill. it
is the onlv ear-around skiing
area in North America. The
"Palmer Lilt" begins at the
".(loo fool level of Mt. Hood and
carries skiers to 8.500 feet for
summer skiing. During the
winter, the Palmer Lift is
buried under snow from
November to March so there
are throe other lifts at lower
elevations to use. There are 21
runs at the Timberline Lodge
with the longest being from
two to six miles depending on
the snow conditions. Lift
lickels are $1 1 for all day and
night skiing on the weekends
and $10 in the middleof the
week The Timberline Lodge
is a national historical site
ipen seven-days a week year-round
There is entertain
ment every night during the
winter skiing season.
Overtiigtrf patrons can slay
in rooms with a fireplace or
economy size. There is a
vear-around outdoor pool and
a sauna The loll free phone
number is 1-800-452-1335 and
another number of the lodge is
272-3311.
The smallest ski resort at
the Government Camp is the
Summit Ski Resort The phono
number is 272-3351 It is for
heninners with four rope tows
and one T-b;ir.
Three good Oregon Ski
Resorts to plan for a mini
vacation are the ones at Mt.
Hachelnr. Hoodoo Bowl and
the lliuh Wallowas They are
about lour hours away which
can make lor a long trip if
crammed into one day.
The High Wnllowas Ski Area
is open for the first time this
season It has the Pacific
Northwest's only gondola lift.
The gondola was finished in
I97(t' and has boon used by
ML'htseors during the summer
months who come to Wallowa
Lake the gondola lift ticket
cesis $12 for an unlimited
number of rides during any
da no gondola ride costs $5.
The four-passenger gondola
cars carry skiers to the
summit of Ml Howard. The
run is three-and-one-half
miles long. The phone number
is 432-5331. The resort is
located near Joseph, which is
eight miles south of Enter
prise, on Highway 82. It is
scheduled to open Pec. 15. It
has a sleep summit to base
run for advanced and export
skiers while the beginner's
area, unlike most ski areas, is
at the top of the mountain.
Ml Bachelor and Hoodoo
Bowl are in central Oregon
near Bend
Mt. Bachelor is 22 miles
from Bend. It has 30 runs, the
longest being one mile. There
are seven ski lifts, two for
beginners, and one rope tow.
The top lift price is $11 and
there is no night skiing. Mt.
Bachelor has entertainment
on the weekends and day care
facilities are available. The
runs vary from wide open
areas to challenging paths
running through the forests.
The phono there is 382-2442
Hoodoo Bowl is 43 miles
west of Bond near Sisters. It
has 16 runs, the longest being
one mile. There are two
chairlifts and two rope tows.
An all -day -weekend chair
ticket is only $9 for adults.
There is night skiing Fridays
jtniLJiaXur-daysT- The phone
number is 363-5934.
Skiers are reminded that
Sno Park permits are ro
iiiired in most ski areas.
Permits are sold at the ski
areas all Oregon Motor Vehi
cle Division offices and at
some sporling good stores. A
dailv permit costs $1 and an
annual permit is $5
Skiers can get a snow report
on all Oregon ski areas by
calling 227-SNOW 17669. i
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Hairstyles to Fit
Your Lifestyle!
Millie's BarberShop
OPENED 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Closed 1 hour for lunch
Closed Dec. 23rd thru Jnn. 1st
Guys. ..Gals!
HAIR STYLING
SS8
Boys & Girls !
Basketball Free Throw Contest
Saturday, Dec. 15
9 a.m. to Noon
lone and Heppner
High School Gymnasium
Go to Either School with Your Tennis Shoes
Participants must be age 8 to 1 3
for more information, call:
Jim Swanson 422-7162
Frank Pearson 676-5035
sponsored by
Heppner Elks Club
BPOE 358
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$1
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Dance again this Saturday...
Boogie down to the great
sounds of Rock'N'Roll
Disco Night this Saturday
8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
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Lexington
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Black & Decker
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Black & Decker
38" Drill
$15
DaytOn 4HP Single phase
7" Sander-Grinder $13495
Jet Electric Bench Grinder $9275
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Lexington
989-8221