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February 5, 1953
4— THF MILL CITY ENTERPRISE
Timberwolves Down Mill City Derbys in
Jefferson For [/even Top League Position
Last weeks shuffleboard game had
By RICHARD LOVEL
The Mill Timberwolves smeared the a few upsets. One that made Mill
Jefferson Lions 67 to 55 last Tuesday, • City Derbys a bright outlook for they
' February 3, at Mill City. The game gamed
’ first place by one ■ point.
washed Jefferson’s hopes for cham-1 losing one point to Rockies was Mill ,
pionship down the drain and Mill City City’s gain. Mill City Derbys won
went on in first place with eleven all their games from Lyons,
wins and no losses. Mill City’s only ' We have a very faithful booster for
rival for league championship is Sub- the tough game Friday from Albany,
*r • • ■ a-»
• . • beat *s* Sublimity
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once I w w w *» "Tansy
which is higher than Mill City’s for
1 larger schools, therefore tougher
teams to beat.
Stayton has first
I place cinched, or at least a tie for
first wtih Cascade, aonther school in
that league. Mill City gave Stayton
a very hard close game and the
By RICHARD LOVEL
The Mill City Timberwolves now Timberwolves came very close to giv
well along in the second half of the ing Stayton a very embarrassing loss. this season for the Saints’ only loss. ! “Here's hoping he boosts us to an-
basketball season. The schedule of Mill City’s other non-league wins were
In Tuesday night’s game the score 1 other win,” says the Derbys.
This is the battle of the season
games in the -Marion county “B” over Cascade which «a a close one was tied 13-13 at the end of the first
league is arranged so that there are and embarrassing for Cascade, an quarter but the Timberwolves went when the Mill City Derbys and Davies
two halves. In one half the teams “A” school, Gates, and two victories on a scoring spree in the second which of Stayton being tied most of the
play every other team in the league, over Scio. Mill City’s average points carried them to a 41 to 23 half-time league season. They play their game
In the second half each team plays per non-league games is 54 and the advantage. Mill City letained this agam at Stayton This Friday, Feb. 6.
Last week’s scoring results were:
each other team again only in this average for Mill Ctiy’s whole season [ lead in the third quarter, ending with
half the game is on the opposite floor is 60.2.
the score 60 to 32. The Timberwolves Maples forfeit to Spillway, 4 points;
Mill City’s players are well-co-or- substitutes played the entire 4th quar Ken and Del 0 to Cedars 4; Davies'
on which those two teams played in
3 to Rockies 1; Falls 1 to Meander
the first half.
Therefore, since in dinated and skillful. Roy Chase, for ter, «coring 7 more points.
the first half the Mill City vs. Sub ward, has made 191 points and is
The high »corer for the evening Inn, 3; The Lake 4 to Jerry’s 0; Mill
limity game was played at Mill City, the highest scorer now in the league, was Elton Gregoiy. He was unfazed City 4 to Lyons 0.
in the second half Mill City will play Ron Ruef of Sublimity is close be by the frantic attempts of the Jeffer- !
hind him with 189 points. The center, son five to check him or distract him
Sublimity at Sublimity.
Mill City rides alone in first place Elton Gregory has made 131 points in his deadly long shots.
in league standings with 11 wins and and is sixth in league scoring. His made 23 points and had an average of
no losses, Sublimity is one game be- accuracy at long shots, following 52.951 which is excellent. Roy Chase,
hind with one loss which was to them, getting rebounds, and close Mill City forward, was right behind
Mill City. Mill City’s first game with shots, is an important factor in Mill with 20 points, Jim Blackwell was
The Lyons Town team beat Sweet
Sublimity was a rout in which the City’s team. Al Ward, forward, plays high for the losers with 18 points.
JC’s in a fa.-t, exciting game
But the game for all he’s worth and has
The Mill City Junior Vaisity licked
Timberwolves scored 65 to 39.
Monday night on the Mari-Linn floor,
the Jefferson JV’s 41 to 25. Eddie
the Saints should not be under-esti
Lyons held the lead all the way to win
mated. Mill City has an out-standing Dick Kanoff, guard, is outstanding at Gregoiy, Elton’s brother was high over the JC’s, who average more than
scorer with 12 points. (It seems that six feet tall, 87
point average per league game—ex
Hoffman, is valuable to the team be high scoring runs in the family.)
actly 63 points per league game.
I There was no stopping Don Carey
cause of bis all-around playing ability. [ Mill City (67)
Mil) City’s non-league games are
who chalked up 34 points for Lyons,
The substitutes are always in there Ward (6)
I (18) Blackwell
now all over and the record is ex
Muise, 6 ft, 2 in. forward of the Lyons
doing their best and it is only too Chase (20)
(8) Wright! team, scoring consistently made 22
cellent for Mill City. There were five
bad that Evart Brewer and Marvin Gregory (23)
C (5) I Wattenbarger
non-league games and the Timber
i “Mike” Misner are graduating this Kanoff (3)
wolves lost only one which was to
Mosher was high point man for
year. Richard Verbeck, Jack Melting, Hoffman (6)
(11) Cameron Sweet Home
Stayton. Stayton is now first place
with 27 points. Lineups:
and Phil Carey, if they are here next
Subs: Mill City — Verbeck ( 1 )
in the Capitol league, an “A" league
(81) Sweet Home
year will be important members of Brewer (1), Misner (1), Carey (6) ’ I Lyons (87)
’1 Muise (22)
F (10) B. Gregory
. the team.
Melting; Jefferson—Marlatt, Meyers I Lalack (9)
This year’s team has an undying (2), Wells, Cotman, Liefke (2), Neal.
Tax ( onsultant
i G. Carey (9)
' spirit which has never failed when
Officials: Vandervort and Chamber- | D. Carey (34)
i the odds were great against them, If lain.
| Valdez (7)
(8) Hall « X
[the Mill City Timberwolves win the
Substitutes: Lyons — Bennett (4), «
league championship and the chance
I Zuber (2), J. Carey, Anderson,
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT for state title, it will not be unearned.
|aths; for Sweet Hom
Bookkeeping, Accounting and
For each player puts his all into the
fight and their coach Burton Boroughs
[and Seiber (2).
is molding them into a basketball
I Officials Kanoff and McWhirk.
machine. Yes, this year Mill City
By RICHARD LOVEL
really has a basketball team that
The Mill City Timberwolves had no
could go all the way.
JAMES O’KINS WINS
trouble whipping Gervais last Friday
illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliiii night, January 30.
The final score '
Corvallis — James O’Kins of Mill, a
was Mill City 72, Gervais 47.
Don Reiling of Gervais was the
high scorer of the evening, though, standing scholarship by being listed H
with 19 points. Roy Chase of Mill on the fall term scholastic honor roll , S
I City was close behind with 17 points. at Oregon State college.
says Mrs. A. W., San Antonio, Tesas
A freshman in engineering, he S
. The score at the end of the first quar-
11II (’enter St
Speed amazing relief from miseries of
a grade average of 3.5 points j S
simple piles, with soothing Pazo*! Act«
to relieve pain, itching irulunf/y—soothes
I At the half Mill City held a 36 to 25 or better on the basis of an A equal-1 g
inflamed tissues—lubricates dry, hard
advantage. But the Gervais Cougars ing 4 points.
ened parts—helps prevent cracking, sore
There were 373 students listed on
ness reduce swelling. You get real com
only made six points in the third
forting help. Don’t suffer needles* torture
the honor roll this fall term.
from simple piles. Cet Pazo lor fast, won
points making the score at the end
derful relief. Ask your doctor about it.
Suppository iorm — also tubes with per
MILL CITY BASKETBALL
of the third quarter 61-34,
forated pile pipe for easy application.
Chnlmtnl and Sufipuulortes $
The Mill City junior varsity .gypped
Feb. 6—Chemawa, there
themselves out of the preliminary
Feb. 20— St. Paul
They were ahead 3 points
Feb. 13—Gates, there
with only a few seconds to go and
Feb. 17-—Sublimity, there
Mill City had the ball out of bounds.
But the Gervais JV’s intercepted two
passes in quick succession and made
a basket after each one to win the
game by one point.
Still Out In Front
Director, GAINES DOG RESEARCH CENTER
DOGS HAVE BEEN DROPFEP BY
CIVIL AfR PATROL
COLORADO ANP UTAH loSHEEPHE
WHOSE DOGS HAP BEEN KILLED BY WOLVES-
Lyons Tawners Beet
Sweet Home JCs
Mill City Slaughters
Gervais For 10th Win
"Was a nervous wreck
from agonizing pain
until I found Pazo!”
To Our New Office
OUTSIDE THE ROYAL PALACES OF CHINA
M.V0H J W COKXMITH, BRITISH DOG JUDGE.,
CJVEREP n.000 MILES IN 25 PAYS TO
ATTEND POC, SHOWS IN BOMBAY,
HONGKONG AND CALCUTTA
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By RICHARD LOVEL
A new semester has begun at Mill
City high. The report cards came
out last week and there were only
three students who made the six
weeks honor roll. They are Donna
Bengston, Betty Lou Cree, and Donna
Nelson. The ones who made the sem
ester honor roll are Donna Bengston.
Pat Brown, Donna Ielson, Betty Lou i
Cree, and Richard Lovel.
The ones with perfect attendance
for the first semester are Donna I
Ellingson, Arthur Hedge. Barbara
Podrabsky. Phyllis Provost, Josephine
Bell, Rowayne Holt, Hazel Cauble.
Betty Barney. Donna Bengston, Beryl
Mason, and Richard Lovel.
The juniors are busy practicing foi
the junior class play. "Three Fingers
in the Door”, a mystery-comedy. Mr.
Henry Chaney is directing it and the
cast is not yet definite.
The freshmen basketball team was'
beat by the Sublimity frosh last
Wednesday, after school. The score
After the basketball game last Fri-'
day night with Gervais the seniors'
gave a “sock dance” and refresh- '
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