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Mill City Hi-Lites
Mill City, Jefferson Timberwolves Still
Clash Tuesday Night Unbeaten In League
By RICHARD LOVEL
By RICHARD LOVEL
The Mill City Timberwolves are still
The Mill City Timberwolves de
in first place and are not yet defeated feated the Oregon School for the Deaf
in the Marion county "B” league bas last Friday, January 23.
Next Tuesday night, marked the end of the first half of
February 3, the Timberwolves will de the Marton county “B” league race
fend their position in a game with in which Mill City has won every
the Jefferson Lions. The game will game and has played all the other
be played on Mill City’s home floor. teams of the league.
Mill City is
Early in the season Mill City beat now still in first place with Sublimity
¿Jefferson 47 to 39 in a league thriller. trailing close behind,
"Now Mill City has an impressive rec
The Timberwolves were not in their
ord of nine wins and no losses. The ! best form and the deaf schoolers kept
"Lions have won six and lost three. close until the second half.
These standings will probably change scores were, at the end of the first
somewhat after Friday nights games quarter 9 to 6, at halftime 22 to 18,
but Jefferson will probably still be at the end of the third quarter 44 to
the third place team.
25, and the final score was 54 to 39.
Tuesday night's game is considered Mill City was ahead all the time and
as one of Mill City’s most important the substitutes played much of the
The husky Lions will be game.
fighting to get to the top and the
Elton Gregory led the Timberwolf
fast and spirited Timberwolves are scoring with 15 points and Dick Ka-
determined to get their tenth win noff made 10 points.
which would be another long step to David Maynard was high with nine
ward league championship and the points.
chance for state “B” championship.
Mill City won the junior varsity
Both teams are at a peak in their i game 69 to 20.
development. Considering all, this Mill City (54)
(39) Deaf School
should be one of Mill City’s most Ward
thrilling games and everyone will Chase (8)
surely get their money’s worth.
Subs: Mill City—Brewer (6), Mis
ner (2), Carey (1), Melting (6), Ver
beck; O.S.D.—Nelson (5).
Officials: Dimit and Vannice.
The Mill City Timberwolves racked
up their ninth Marion county “B”
league win last Tuesday night at De
JANUARY i ro J I/'
troit. They are still the undefeated
champoins of the league.
illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll leaped ahead 18 to 9 in the first quar
ter but Mill City poured in nine points
to tie the game. At the half Mill
City led 35 to 28 and at the end of
the third quarter Mill City led 55 to
40. The final score was 74 to 46.
Roy Chase paced Mill City with 22
points and Elton Gregory was second
with 17 points. D. Ketchum made 16
DR. R. REYNOLDS
points to lead the losers.
Mill City also won the junior var-
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sity game 55 to 47.
Mill City (74)
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■mutua ja n » » » o n » o w « n » a n et » a aan Chase (22)
Subs: Mill City—Brewer (2), Ver
beck (2), Misner (I), Carey (2), I
Melting (1); Detroit—Strong (4).
To Our New Office
Bookkeeping. Accounting and
Comer 3rd 4 Marton
By RICHARD LOVEL
A change has been made in the
Mill City high school student body
officers. Carol Andreassen, one of
our outstanding students, left Mill
City high to go to Gates high school.
She was the student body secretary
and she was doing a good job too so
we were sorry to see her go. Now
we must elect a new secretary. The j
student council nominated Donna
Bengston, JoAnn Hoffman, and Beryl
Pat Nibler, one of the Mill City
song leaders has moved away. Donna
Nelson, the senior rally squad leader
has taken her place. Beryl Mason
has tken Donna's place on the rally
Robert Veness took pictures last
Wednesday of the classes, the teams,
Wiley E. Muise, Mill City man, who
and the other organizations. It was
somewhat of a holiday for most of is taking pre-flight training as a
the students who have just gotten naval aviation cadet at Pensacola,
Fla., transferring there from the Ma
through with the semester exams.
Report cards are coming out Fri rine Corps with which he had the
rank of sergeant.
In the Marine
The junior class is starting on its Corps since August, 1950, Muise had
class play which is a mystery comedy, been stationed at El Toro, Calif., until
“Three Fingers in the Door”. The going to Pensacola. He is the son
members of the cast will be Robert of Joe Muise of San Diego, but for a
Keyes, Donna Bengston, Frances number of years had made his home
Johnson, Richard Vcrbeck, Regine at Mill City with his uncle and aunt,
Brewer, Gerry Hamblin, Donna El Mr. and Mrs. George D. Jenkins.
lingson, Richard Lovel, Dorothy Muise attended Willamette university
Steinfeldt, Elton Gregory and Dale and Oregon College of Education be
Andreassen. Mr. Chaney, the junior fore entering the service.
(Photo courtesy Capital Journal)
class advisor, will direct the play.
There will be a party after the
Gervais basketball game Friday night
JOIN THE MARCH OF DIMES
for students of both schools.
Mill City Derbys Win
Meander Inn, in spite of all their
good shuffleboard playing, could not
upset the Mill City “Lucky” Derbys
in league play, Friday,
tavern thereby gained 4 points and
kept the tie for first place with
Davies tavern at Stayton.
Each team has 26 points to their
credit. The Lakes are in 3rd position
with 19 points.
The “Lucky” Derbys will try their
luck at upsetting Lyon's tavern team
at Lyons, Friday, January 30.
Summary of league results on Fri
day’s play. Spillway 3 to Cedars 1;
Davies 4 to Maples forfeit; Rocky’s
of Scio 4 to Lyons 0; Mill City tavern
4 to Meander Inn 0; Falls tavern 3
to Jerry's 1; The Lake 3 to Ken and
January 29, 1953
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Feb. 17—Sublimity, there
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