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About The Mill City enterprise. (Mill City, Or.) 1949-1998 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1950)
January 26, 1956
THE MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Junior Cagers ’Wolves Eagles Sockeye Salmon
Released at Odell
Trip Opponent Thrill Crowd in
The Junior Cagers from the Mill
I City grade school have dropped their
¡opponents with precision having lost
The Mill City Timberwolves met
only one tilt to St. Mary's, Coach
Eagles Wednesday evening
Vernon Todd reported today.
on the home floor and gave the cheer
The grade school has been playing
The Mill City High Timberwolves two teams, comprised of the 7th and section little time to catch their
breath with the final score 35-33 for
took both games with Turner, Tues Sth grade and the 5th and Sth.
the Timberwolves after two overtime
day night, by a score of 44—32 in the
In the vie with St. Mary’s the A J periods.
I Varsity encounter and 39—27 in the
team trailed by three points at the
The Mill City Rockets, home town
Bob Baltimore dropped in a lay-
I “B" game. With Muise pushing in
final gun with the score at 17-14. in for the winning points for Mill
team, met the Aumsville eagers last
8 points Mill City lead by a score of
The young maple team from Mill i City. The game was even through-
Monday night on the Aumsville floor
11 to 3 at the end of the opening
City lost the game through their in- [ out with the quarter scores reading
to squeeze through with a 39 to 38
period. The Timberwolves then in
ability to convert their free throws, 13-13, 15-15, 22-21 In favor of Stay-
creased this to 25 to 15 at the half.
making only two out of 11 oppor- |ton, and at the end of the regulation
Aumsville began the evening’s
The second half was much closer but
tunities. while St. Mary’s converted game it was 29-29. However, with
score with the first two field goals
Mill City kept their lead and won by
four out of eight free shots given only a minute remaining in the first
but Mil) City was able to gain a slim
the final score of 44—32. Center
¡them. It was not, however, a league overtime period it was 33-29 in favor
lead at the half when the score read
j Ollie Muise again lead the Timber.
17 to 13.
of the Eagles. At this point Law
wolves with 18 points DeRosia lead
R. Johnson and J. Boyle tied for
The B team won their contest with rence Thornley dropped in two
Turner with 7 points. The win
top honors in the scoring field with
buckets to again tie the game at 33
strengthened the Timberwolves first a score of 8 to 3.
four field goals and the completion
Box score: “A” team (grades 7 all. Stayton gained possession in the
place position in the Marion county
of one free throw each giving them
second overtime but Baltimore stole
both a total of nine point for the
the ball for the winning bucket.
Mill City (44)
Ollie Muise again lead the scoring
Wells (2) Stewart
Aumsville bucket honors were ¡Leo Poole (7)
Geisler for both teams with 11 points, de
Klobstak (4) Ward (3)
Neitling (4) spite the fact he fouled out midway
distributed among three of the play Muise (18)
Wipper (5) Hampton
Gray (3) King (4)
ers with seven points each for the Law Poole (7)
Neilson (8) in the fourth quarter.
The Mill City ”B” squad wasn't
Mill City subs—E. Podrabsky (4) , Webb
John Seim, Aumsville high school L. Podrabsky, Moberg, and Roberts. Christenson
Wayne as lucky as they dropped a 42-16
coach was the official for the eve
Turner subs—Eisen (2), Metcalf Carey
game to the Eagle Jayvees.
j (4), Bear (2), W. Wipper, Hatfield, Andrews (3)
MID City (35)
The Rockets continue to hold the Glidwell, Richer (3).
Officials—Pointer and Warren.
Leo Poole (6)
They will meet Bur- '
Mill City (8)
roughs Inn n ia game scheduled for
Turner (27) Crook (6)
Mill City (39)
Law. Poole (7) G
Tuesday night in Mill City.
Metcalf (6) Gregory (2)
| L. Podrabsky (4) F
Pietrok (1) Moberg
Thomas (4) Howe
Aumsville 38 Shelton (6)
Mill City Rockets 39
Schelske (6) Jones
Officials—Johnsrud and Moore
Dalke (7) Marttala (5)
Winkell (4) Kouhlman
Gilbert ( 7 ) Kanoff (10)
Deatrick (5) Marttala
Brown Roberts (4)
Mill City (16)
Turner subs — Watson (2), Wilt. Bennet
Busby (5) Plug. Tucker, Boyd. Wells, Collier.
The young maples quint from Mill Kanoff (1)
Don't learn traffic laws by acci- | City spared no sympathy as they Roberts (4)
Mill City subs—Skillings. Cooke.
walked over their Stayton opponents
Stayton subs — Small (5). Small
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last Friday, with the •’A" team score (2), Heater, Heinricks. Klecker,
of 31 to 6, In the second league Peters, Fahshotz, and Pallat.
An Evening at
Mill City (31)
The Detroit High School Basket
Weddle ball team drove out to Sublimity for
Richman a game on Tuesday evening despite ]
Is a Laughing Matter so
Wellen (3) the bad roads and snow. The score
A team 46 39 in favor of Sublimity.
B team 40-13 in favor of Sublimity.
Two from Turner
The Oregon State Game commis
sion has received 300,780 landlocked
■ sockeye salmon eggs for hatching
and eventual liberation in Odell Lake
The young sockeye salmon will be
reared at the Willamette Fish Hatch,
j ery near Oakridge and liberated in
! Odell Lake following the ice break
up this spring.
Sportsmen have been favorably
impressed with the fishing provided
by the Odell Lake sockeye which
feed extensively in the surface
waters during the spring. Most of
the sockeye, also known as yanks
or bluebacks, in Odell Lake mature
once every four years, stated Dr.
John Rayner, Chief of operations for
the fisheries division of the Game
commission At maturity the sock-
The scheduled basketball game be
tween the Mill City Timberwolves
and the Detroit Cougars has been
rescheduled. The original date was
Tuesday, January 31, but the date
was changed to make a break in the
schedule before the all important
night. The game will be played on
the Mill City floor. The preliminary
game will begin at the usual time of
7:15 with the varsity game following
at 8 30.
eye spawn and die, completing their
life cycle. The Game commission
hopes to establish a sockeye popula
tion in Odell Lake that has fish
reaching maturity each year.
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George Stewart Mill City
Two to Sublimity
Manolis Santiam Cafe
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Gregory ( 4 1
stat ton (13)
B. Garlang (2)
Where Friends Meet
On Highway 222, Linn County Side
George ‘Sparky’ Ditter
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to deposit or make
withdrawals, the ac
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sign an agreement which authorizes either
to sign checks. This is a good idea for wives
and husbands, and for business partners.
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