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14 (Sec. !1) Statesman, Salem, Ore., Wed., Dec. 22, '65 At Braves Hearing . . . Veeck Speaks For Expansion MILWAUKEE. Wis. (AP) Former major league baseball owner Bill Veeck testified Tuesday that expansion of the National League in 1966 is "feasible and possible." Veeck was called as a witness by the State of Wisconsin in sup- NWLWill Work With Four Clubs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Northwest League apparently will operate this season with four teams, playing a shorter schedule and using more rookies than before. Directors of the Le wist on team say they have approved the plan proposed by James Fleishman, league president. It calls for an 85-game schedule, between June 24 and Sept. 5. with each team having up to 25 players, not more than two of whom can be veterans. The members, each with a major league tie, would be Lewis? on, Tri-City. Yakima and Eugene. .""Kansas City would be Lewis-ton's parent club. Kansas City recently announced it has transferred its working agreement from Lewiston to Modesto, Calif., because the Northwest League no longer will be a full-time league, Ray Swallow, Kansas City farm director, said Kansas City nevertheless would supply the players, probably drawing from collegians now under contract, if Lewiston fields a team for the short season. Other club directors have not announced their approval of the league proposal. Bears Sign Draft Pick CHICAGO (AP) Frank Cornish, 235-pound tackle from Grambling College, 11th draft choice as a future a year ago, was signed Tuesday by the Chicago Bears of the National Football League. t- The 6-foot-7 Cornish, two-way performer from New Orleans, La., was named on the 1965 Little All-America at defensive tackle. He was picked as a second round future by Kansas City of the American Football league. "Cornish comes to us with credentials as impressive as those of zny lineman we've gotten out of college in recent years," said Bear owner-coach George Halas. Thursday Matches Off Due to the forthcoming holidays, there will be no wrestling card at the 4-H Arena Thursday night. Next card Is tentatively set for Thursday, Dec. 30. IS HAM BOWL . . Mil Valley Traveler: High Indir. Game. Elmer Hobhs (22), Mario Mikalon (200); HUb. Indiv. Elmer Hobbs 593). Marie Milalou 526: Hish Team Game. M M MUers 832): HI?h Team Series, t M Gup Gals (2343). Mid Valley Travelers: HUh Indiv. Came, Bob White 209. Mim 4226); HUh Indiv. Series, Norm WU-liams (54S). Mim Rettke 53); HiRh Team Game. M M Madraps (Ml): Miih Team Series. M M Madcaps 229. , Lvthersn Mled High Indiv. Game. Carol Marth (16). Glenn Collins, Larry Lohrman (221); Hih Indiv. Series: V. Corroran (464). GarT Knospe (56S; Hi?h Team Game, St. John 2 (946): High Team Series. Christ Lutheran 1 2773). Maverick: High indiv. came. BUI Werner (227); Hieh indiv. series, rani WeUiver (622): Hi?h team game. Roto Rooter (912); High team series. Roto Rooter (265X). I Mon lav Major High Indir. Came, Monroe Smith tDr. Pepper) !53): High Indiv. Series, Dick Piancfc (Vogue ol Salem) (595): MUh Team Game. Dr. Pepper f760): High Team Series, Dr. Pep-er (2091). Mondav Mixers High Indiv. ame. Ethel Snmmers 212. Dan Summers (224): High Indiv. Series, Ethel Snmmers (57S), Dan Sam-am ($97): High Team Game, arvtins Shoe Repair (901); High Yearn Series, Irwins Sho Repair f?505). frlONEER LANES Hits Mrs.: High Indiv. Game, kathy Macy (195); High Indiv. Series, Pat Someth (502); High Seam Game. Hi Ho (515): High Trim Series. Monmouth Furniture f1437). Monday Men's: High Indiv. Game, Jo Donahue (Z13); High Indiv. ?ers. Joe Donahue (599); High Team Game, Conrtway Bovs (93): High Team Series. Courtway Boys 42008). . Polk Follies: High Indiv. Game, Janis Haener (215); High Indiv. Henes. Janis Haener (4); High Team Game. Coffee Cup Cafe (524): pigh Team Series, Coffee Cup Cafe Early Birds: High Indiv. Game, Shirley Bauersfeld (18); High Indiv. Aeries, Barbara Smith (494); High trim Game. Kent's Jewelers (783); Mra Team Series, Addison's (2040). Jr. Mixed: High Indiv. Game. Ron Johasoa (264), Connia Buss (142); 1 port of its civil antitrust action against the National League and its members, based on the transfer of the Braves from Milwaukee to Atlanta, Ga. Expansion might reduce the quality of play, Veeck said, but would provide better balance and improve competition generally. And, he added, it would offer more entertainment for spectators. "People go to see a contest of equals," said Veeck. "They do not have much enjoyment in seeing one team slaughter another." The state had been expected to present arguments in favor of its application for a temporary restraining order preventing the Braves from playing their 1966 home games in Atlanta, where the club has moved its opera tions. Instead, special Assistant Atty. Gen. Willard Stafford asked for a issuance of a temporary injunction before Dec. 31 to restrain the Braves from entering into non-escape contractual commitments to play in Atlanta. The Braves' contract with Mil waukee County officially expires Dec. 31. The state also asked that pending further order of the court, the defendants be ordered to expand the National League so as to field a team in Milwaukee r.ext year and to make "tentative and conditional arrangements" to play at County Stadium in 1966. Circuit Judge Elmer W. Roll-. i er overruled a motion Dy Braves counsel, Atty. Ray T. McCann, at the outset against the taking of testimony in the state's request for the temporary injunction. Veeck was the only witness. The defense said it was unprepared to cross-examine him and Judge Roller adjourned the case until Wednesday morning at a.m. Top Mentor Finalists Set ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) - Eight coaches, including Duffy Daugherty of top-ranked Michigan State, were selected Tuesday as finalists by the Ameri- can fOOIOau ioacnes tion for the Kodak Coach of the Year award. Besides Daugherty. those nominated were Bob Blackman of Dartmouth, Dick Colman of Princeton, Earle Edwards of North Carolina State, Doug Dickey of Tennessee, Bob Deva-ney of Nebraska. Frank Broyles of Arkansas and Tommy Pro-thro of UCLA. The winner of the Coach of the Year award will be selected at the coaches annual conven tion, in Washington, D.C., Jan. i 4A 14 High Indiv. Series. Gerald Rettle (512). Connie Buss (418); High Team Game. Team 3 (494); High Team Series, Team 3 (1329). Tnirv t. rrt I'VTRV ,i VU..U. " " . iriiii.k,ii fn- Hlrh indiv. series. Harley Weathers (554); High team game. Sod Busters (897): Hign team series. Dntoit Shell (2517). Cmnb Blnrc Hi,h fnriiv. rame. Rose Ann Jones (216); High indiv. series. Jan rtentson (3331; nign team game, Ray's Gun Shop (824); High team series, Ray's Gun Shop (2318). Queen Pins High Indiv. Game, Lvnn GaUlgber (207): High Indiv. Series ArviUa Saunders (455); High Team Game, Bruces D L (511): High Team Series, Bruces DAL (1333). CHERRY CITY BOWL Koffee Kuopers High Indiv. Game, Donna Crosby, Bonnie Newman, La Verne Rittenhouse (17); High Indiv. Series. La Verne Bitten- house (513): MJgn ieam oarar, Salem Builders (769): High Team Series, Aetna Window Cleaners (2162). The Nile Owls: High Indiv. game, Jim Smith 197, Caroline Simmons 191; high Indiv. series, Al Kinnee 479. Caroline Simmons 48fi; high team game. Smith-Ritzman 627; high team series, Metcalfe-VanBus-klrk 1757. NORTHGATE BOWL Tnrfav Pin Tnnnlers: Hieh indiv. Mint. Bev Haslebarher 213; high indiv. series, Paula Merry 506; high team game. Totem Cafe 833: high team series. Merry Heating 2357. North Salem Men's: High indiv. game, Mel Beard 213: high indiv. series. Mel Beard 566; high team game. Local Loan 795; high team r-nf Rirhrr Stion 2220. . ui.li inriiv. rame. Pan! Selke 224: high Indiv. series. George Grahenhorst 54z; nign team game, Downtown 902; high team series. Downtown zu. UNIVERSITY BOWL Ladies Classic: High Indiv. game, u,.. rm ?im: Hi?h indiv ser ies. Marine Frye 5M); High team tea m series, Lillebo Fagg (2567). Lane Dustrs: High Indiv. Game, Muriel BaU (223): High Indiv. Ser-ies Betty Stockard (556); High Team Game, Ray'. Richfield : High Team cenes, wlzuj 1 Ok I V J H M Y a fZ5& They 11 Do It Every I HE JOB SOUHVEP LIKE THE ANSWER TO ANV CLEANJM6 WOMAN'S PRAYER--- HERE'S ONE. i LIGHT PUSllhifr ANSWER PHONE-) CONGENIAL SURROUNPIN0S- Viks Slap (Cont. from preceding page) by Bill Hodges, the first coming with 2:45 left. North led at halftime 33-17, and both clubs tallied 15 points in the third quarter, closing it at 48-32. YT1 SH fJ I WALK OUT ZiVSSN Saxons Thwart Albany On Chambers' Basket (Cont. from preceding page.) free throws for a 47-46 margin at 4:44. But South's Estill sank two charity tosses and Swaf- ford made a set shot for a 51- 46 lead. With 2:04 left, Albany's Jen- Dallas Inks Big Tackle DALLAS, Tex. (AP)-Con- troversial Willie Townes, the giant Tulsa defensive tackle with a year of college eligibility remaining, signed a contract Tuesday with the Dallas Cow boys. Terms of the contract were not disclosed, but it was announced that more than one year was involved. Townes became eligible for the National Football League draft because he is a redshirt, with his class graduating this year. He was the No. 2 choice of the Cowboys and was drafted No. 1 as a future by Boston of the American Football League. Tulsa Coach Glenn Dobbs re cently denounced scout Gil Brandt of the Cowboys, claim ing Brandt had promised not to sign the player until he had finished his eligibility at Tulsa. Brandt denied such a promise. Alsea Posts Win Over Waldport WALDPORT Alsea notched its sixth victory of the season without defeat Tuesday night, tripping waldport 65-56. Dan Winney paced the Alsea effort with 26 points. ALSEA (85): Winnev 28; B. Bar ton 11; Hendrlx 8; Stone 7; Banton t; J. Barton 5. WALDPORT f5): Lowery 2, Hurt 18; Stouder 18: Hershberger s; Lecnner 4; Becker 3; Ball 4. Alsea 12 20 18 1565 Waldport .. 12 16 14 1456 Seattle Notches 83 to 78 Victory SEATTLE (AP) Coming with a rush in the closing min utes, Seattle University tripped Colorado State 83-78 Tuesday night to snap the winning streak of the Rams after five straight basketball games. Seattle Pacific whipped Port land State 88-74 in the first game of the doubleheader. COLORADO ST SEATTLE G F T G F T Key 4 4-5 12 Johnson 8 2-4 II Rule 4 4-10 14 Workman 3 5-S 11 Schlueter 6 2 2 14 Strong 10 4-12 24 Vdttvch 7 0-0 14 Looney 4 5-5 17 Wriqht 8 J-J 18 Loft 3 2-2 8 Pack 1 0-0 2 Kreiger 0 1-2 1 Hooman 10-0 2 LaCour 10-0 2 Good 0 0-0 0 Acres 0 frO 0 Fines 0 2-3 2 Totals 31 14-22 78 Totals 31 21-30 83 Colorado State 4S 33 78 Seattle 44 3-S3 Fouled out Colorado State, Schlueter. Total fouls Colorado State 21, Seattle 22. Attendance 5.423 . . Tide and Sun . . STANDARD TIME Tides for Taft, Oregon (Siletz Bay) HIGH TIDE TIME HT. LOW TIDE TIME HT. Dee. 22 12:46 a.m. 11:14 a.m. 1:29 a.m. 11:51 a.m. 2:09 a.m. 12:27 p.m. 2:47 a.m. 1:84 p.m. 3:26 a.m. 1:42 p.m. 5:44 a.m. 7:06 p.m. 6:24 a.m. 7:44 p.m. 7:85 a.m. 8:20 p.m. 7:47 a.m. 8:56 p.m. 8:32 a.m. :32 p.m. 3.1 1.8 3.2 -1.6 3.3 -8.8 3.3 4.6 3.3 23 21 23 28 -8.3 Dec. 22 23 24 25 29 SUNRISE 7:46 a.m. 7:48 a.m. 7:49 a.m. 7:49 a.m. 7:50 a.m. SUNSET 4:33 p.m. 4:34 p.m. 4:35 p.m. 4:35 p.m. . 4:J6 p.m. I Time ) CLE4M BEHlNP lg THE FURNITURE- PIP YOU PO THE J . trSr- "StM PISHES YET? '4$pter r4JJ MEANWHILE YOU ufcf5 W&L Celts in Loop Opener Coach Mike Doherty's Celts started whittling away on the lead early in the final period with Bill Johnson, Larry Ballin-ger and Reed Richey providing the scoring punch. Buck, who sat out nine min- sen, a 6-3 forward-center, made a three-point play. After Cham bers sand a foul shot for South, Jensen gave the Bulldogs their first lead of the game with two consecutive field goals, the last a lay-in following a theft. Hage- dorn added a free throw at 1:08 for a 54-52 Albany lead. Two free throws, one by Chumbley and one by Chambers, knotted the game with 1:02 remaining at 54-54. After Albany missed a shot, Chambers, a 6-4 senior center, sank the winning basket. Chambers was seeing action in his first game of the season due to a muscle spasm in his back. He tallied ten points, eight in the final period as 6-5 Mark Estill and 6-6 Cris Haag had both fouled out earlier. South, which shot a hot 529 (18-34) from the field, shot a cool .606 (20-33) from the foul line. They missed several one and one opportunities m the last quarter that almost lost the game. Albany made 17-49 for ,347 from the field. Jensen, playing in the middle against the 1-3-1 South Salem zone defense, scored 23 poings for high point honors. Milne led South with 10. SOITH SALEM (56): Estill 13: Olson 1; Haa 4; Millie 14; Swaf- ford 8; Wilson z; unamoers iu; Chumbley 6. ALBANY (54): Jensen 23; Rice 18; Maurer : Oleson 6; Hagedorn 11; Vann 2; Baker 2. South Salem 14 18 8 1656 Albany 14 18 1654 JV Score Sooth Salem 43, Albany 40. Hagen Observes 73rd Birthday TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) Walter Hagen, great golf champion of another era, observed his 73rd birthday Tuesday. The once famed "Haig," who won almost every major nation al and international links title in the early 20th Century, spent the day quietly at his beloved cottage retreat and home in Northern Michigan. Friends said Hagen regarded the birthday as a special one, however. It was his first since what he has called his "victory over cancer." Prep I Wrestling: j At Monmouth, Central 29, Dallas 20. 95 Hugh McLean (C) dec. Gels brecht. 103 Villwock (D) p. Freeman. 112 Shellenbarger (C) p. Gil-more. 120 Lundgren (D) dee. Ron McLean. 127 Rowland (C) dec. Johnson. 133 Brill (D) dec. Smith. its Taylor (D) dec. Clinton. 145 Hamilton (D) dec. Marx. 154 Clack (D) dec. Winters. 165 Gordon (C) dec. Bennett. 175 Dale Pennie (C) p. Miller. 188 Glenn Pennie (C) won hv forfeit. Heavyweight Murphy (C) won by forfeit. For Auto, Life and Fire Insurance, See "SAM" SAMUEL 880 So. Commercial YOUR SALEM STATE FARM AGENT J"V PHONE 581-2522 MISVAMC! By Jimmy Hatlo So ANNIE REPORTS POR PUTY APPARENTLY JUST AS A TEAM OF TRUCKHORSES WERE LAW OFF utes on the last half after drawing his fourth foul early in the third period, was leading re- bounder with 12 for the night The big center also made three spectacular defensive plays, blocking McNary Jump shots from the key. The Viks enjoyed a 51 to 26 advantage in re bounds. Johnson paced McNary scorers with 17 points, scoring 13 of them m the last half. North connected on 22 of 58 field goal attempts for a .380 mark. McNary hit 15 of 42 for .368. Mc.NARY (48): Hodges 7: Bryant : jonnton 17; Kttcney 8; sebern s; ttenery 3; Huberts 2; Balllnger 11, NORTH (55): Dancer 21; Locker by 10: Buck 8: Torgeson 2: Bow. man 6; Akin 2; Anderson 2; Far-rar 2; Klbbey 2. McNary 7 10 15 16 48 North 17 16 15 755 JV Score: McNary, 50-47. Regis Spills Sr. Paul '5' STAYTON Regis, getting a 19-point performance from Jim Frank, rolled to a narrow 63-60 win over St. Paul in a Marion B League (Major division) bas ketball game here Tuesday night. Frank Borden tallied 14 for the losers. It was the first time out for Regis in league play, while St. Paul is now 1-1. ST. PAUL (80): Rreshears 6; Koch 6: Jones 11; Smith 10; Rarrera 8; Hitler 1; Borden 14: Bachter 4. REGIS (63): Weis 12; Harkeson ; Koenig 2; HalUn S; Frank 19; Burkholz 2 Hartman 9; Heuherger 4; Brandt 4. St Paul 8 15 19 1860 Regis 14 20 17 1263 JV Score: Regis 44, St. Paul 30. Estacada Upends Lebanon, 55-48 ESTACADA Estacada cashed in on a good 18-point perform ance by John Mcllhennv toke a 55-48 win over Lebanon in a kings-X basketball mix here Tuesday night. The winners had a 31-15 lead at halftime. Neil Gilbertson was hieh for Lebanon with 12 points. LEBANON (48): McCown 7: Le-fors 2; Gilbertson 12; Huston 10; Beam 8; Smith 2: King 2; Glieve 5. ESTACADA (35): HoUadav 11: Anderson 11; Mcllhenny 18; Wltten- nrg i Bruce z; Gentemann 2; Wallace 7; Showerman 2. Lebanon 7 8 11 2248 Estacada 17 14 5 1955 JV score: Lebanon won. Owens Files Plea To Tax Charge CHICAGO (AP) Jesse Ow ens, former Olympic track star, entered a plea of no contest Tuesday to a charge of failing to file income tax returns for the years 1959 to 1962. His new plea means he neither admits nor denies the charge. Previously he had pleaded innocent. The federal government alleges he owes $29,135 in back taxes for those years. Judge Joseph Sam Perry of U.S. District Court continued the case to Dec. 30. Owens, now 52, is a youth welfare director. The major leagues set a new attendance record in 1965 when 22,441,900 fans paid to see National and American League games. State Farm Insurance Companies Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois eriro Stayton in 68-35Win Over 'Dogs STAYTON Stayton High's Eagles, warming up after a cold first quarter, notched a 68-35 triumph over Woodburn in a Capital Conference basketb a 1 1 contest here Tuesday night. The Eagles, posting their third win in loop action against no losses, held a narrow 7-6 edge after the first period, but then exploded for 19 points in the second quarter, added 22 in the third and finished off with 20 in the final. Daryl Stroschine paced the victory with 23 points. Pete Ball was high for the losers with 9. Woodburn is now 1-2 in league play. WOODBURN (35): Shirley 0: Smith 4: Cross 6; Bentley 3: Bail 9; Wadswnrth 4; Sterrenberg 1; Speike 6: Nelson 2. STAYTON (68): Knox 13: Paul 8; Stroschine 23; Middlebronk 2: Persons 6; Brown 4; Carson 4; Tipton 4; Chrlstenson 2; McGDl 2. Woodburn 6 11 10 835 Stayton 7 19 22 20 68 JV Score: Stayton 45, Woodburn 30. Santiam in CC Victory MILL CITY Roger Tuers hauled in 21 rebounds and scored 18 points as Santiam defeated Gervais 76-67 here Tuesday night in a Capital Conference basketball game. Santiam led all the way after an opening burst, although Gervais narrowed the margin to six points on a couple of occasions. Dave Riling of Gervais led the scoring with 28 points. GERVAIS (87): Mahony 9; John-son 18: Harvey 9; Matlock 6; Schomus 8; Just 5; RelUng 28. SANTIAM 76): C. Bennett 11; Davidson 10: R. Tuers 18; Baley 17; M. Bennett 8; F. Tuers 2; Cather-wood 10. Gervais 7 22 25 1367 Santiam . 22 27 11 1676 JV Score: Gervais 45, Santiam 34. Philomath Clubs Willamina 87-62 WILLAMINA-Philomath collected its first Yawama League victory in two starts here Tuesday night by drubbing Willa-mina's Bulldogs, 87-82. Buster Davis led the attack with 25 points. Chuck Stueve got 19 and West Albright 16 for the winners. Jim Cain led Willamina with 19. PHILOMATH (87): Davis 25; Arn-eson 2; Eastman 9: Stueve 19: Helns 4; Gerding 2; Cleppe 2: Albright 16; Callahan 3; Haun 3; Duell 2. WILLAMINA (62): LUlard 4; Col-ton 3; Stahl 10; Bowen 2; Cain 19; Westby 4; Larson 9; Holsonback 11. Philomath 20 22 22 2387 Willamina 19 12 11 2062 JV Score: PhUomath 58, Willa mina 43. Nestucca Racks Sheridan 70-38 SHERIDAN Led by Steve Kel-low's 14 points, the Nestucca Bobcats copped an easy 70-38 Yawama League basketball win over Sheridan High here Tues day night. Bill Chrisman led the losers with 12 points. Ken Berkey had 11. SHERIDAN (38): Perry 2; Berkey 11; Chrisman 12; Bauman 5; Miller 6: Smith 2. NESTUCCA (70): G. Ruff 7, Can non 9: senrock 6; Nocom 5; wuiiam 8; Kellow 14; Anderson 2: Kadell 8; Dickman 4; Gunter 3; Chotton 4. Nestucca 17 17 14 2270 Sheridan 13 7 9 938 JV Score: Nestneca 65, Sheridan 41. Anaheim Stadium, new home of the California Angels of the American League, will cost $24 million. Corvallis Wins 77-49 SWEET HOME With Jack Cooper scoring 22 points and Rick Ollson bagging 15, the Corvallis Spratans easily trounced Sweet Home High here Tuesday night, 77-49, in their Valley League opener. Frank Stockett got 17 for the Huskies. A 23-point blast by ! HOWLING OUTFIT ! K . I A Special Christmas Package Here's What You Get: 1. Columbia 300 or AMF Plastic Ball Choice of Weights and Colors. Reg. $29.50. 2. AMF Bowling Bag Reg. $11.00. 3. AMF Bowling Shoes. Reg. $7.95. A Reg. $48.45 Outfit, Now Many ether specials on Bags, Shoes, Balls and Accessories. CASCADE MEEK t H 1230 Broadway NE Shop Tonight and Thursday HI 9 PJA. UpeGidls ECeonoi (Cont. from preceding page) Douglas 43, Pacific 33 Knappa 71, Warrenton 51 CentTal Linn 73, Harrisburg 53 Newport 60, Toledo 57 COLLEGE UCLA 86. Southern Cal 67 Florida 66, Washington 60 HSU 101. Idaho 86 Seattle Pacific 88, Portland State 73 Seattle 83, Colorado State 78 Brigham Young 103, St. Joseph's Pa. 83 Tulsa 67, Utah State 66 Ariz. State 67, San Jose State 62 Pepperdlne 97, Pasadena 95 Boston State 85, Sacred Heart 72 McN'eese 68, East Central Oklahoma 57 Grambling 67, Paul Qtilnn 64 Lehigh 63, Franklin ft Marshall 56 Southeastern Louisiana 85, Spring Hill 79 Louisiana Tech 99, Nicholls State 70 Southern Colorado State College 120, Alberta (Canada) 78 Univ. of San Francisco 80, Gon-zaga 67 Humboldt State 77, Fresno Pacific 76 Western Washington 72, Western Montana 49 Duke 100, Michigan 93 (OT) Fordham 72. Connecticut 62 Abilene Christian 67, Oklahoma State 52 Boston College 87, Georgetown 85 City College New York 82, Oswego State 54 Kent State 104. Northern Illinois 90 Bradley 87, Montana 77 Univ. of Buffalo 80, San Francisco State 62 Angelo State 86, Howard Payne 82 Adelnhi 97. Belmont Abbey 76 Pittsburg (Kan.) St. 95, Hardin- Simmons 91 (OT) Kirksville State 72, William JeweU 69 Vanderbllt 91, Santa Barbara 64 Rockhurst 84, Omaha 75 Chicago Loyola 109, St. Joseph's (Albuquerque) 91 Texas Christian 103, Oklahoma City 93 Centenary 87, Southern Methodist 81 Buffalo State 113, Univ. Western Ontario 54 Florida Southern 93, Washington and Lee 59 Stetson 110, MacMurray 75 West Virginia 76. Maryland 74 Phillips Oilers 93, Georgia 61 Indiana 80, Notre Dame 58 Davidson 96, Ohio University 63 Louisiana College 73, East Texas St. 58 Lions Claw Tribe 54-46 Jefferson collected its first win of the basketball season Tuesday night, trimming the Chemawa Indians 54-46 in Mar ion B Major League game. Chemawa had a three point lead at one point in the fourth quarter but couldn't stave off a 'Jefferson rally after two of the Indians' starters, Jeff George and Wilbur Begay, fouled .out. Ronn Shinn of Jefferson led the scoring with 20 points. JEFFERSON (54): WrUht 8; Weddle 5; Shinn 20 Piesker 10; Miller 11; Kezar 6; Bender 2. CHEMAWA (46): Begajre 4; George 13; Nez 4; W. Begay 12; H. Y. Begay 7; Sakeagak 2; Chok-wak 4. Jefferson 18 6 9 2154 Chemawa S S 20 10 46 JV Score: Chemawa 82, Jefferson 37. Amity Topples Banks, 66-59 BANKS Amity notched its second straight Yawama League basketball triumph here Tuesday night, dumping Banks 66-59. Dale Bake of Banks led all the scorers with 16 points. Four Amity players scored in double figures, with Randy Dixon and Terry Vick each getting 13 to lead the pack. AMITY (66): M. Dixon 5: Williams 2; Stephens II; R. Dixon 13; Vick 13; West 4; Cestal 11; Morris 7. BANKS (59): Bake 16; Meenwsen 2; Bailey 12; Moore 2: Bond 7; Curtis 2; Kemper 12; Krieger 6. Amity 12 18 21 1566 Banks 12 10 9 2S 59 JV Score: Banks 53, Amity 23. SAXONS POST WIN South Salem's gymnastic team won a 652 to 38 match at Albany late Monday night, it was reported Tuesday. Corvallis in the second quarter sent the Spartans on their way. CORVALLIS (77): Cooper 22. Sal-Ing 8, Myers 6, Ollson 15, Johnson 13, Hackenbruck 1, Bates 3, Emigh 1, Ingalls 2. Smith 2. Duncan 4. SWEET HOME (49): Richards 9, Daniels 11, Stockett 17, Smith 4, Bicktord 2, Branch 4, Nieman 2. Corvallis Sweet Home 17 23 22 1577 13 9 12 1549 JV Score: Corvallis 76-35. Complete (Including Drilling) n 2 I I $3250 i 3 Sabers in Very Close 39-36 Win MT. ANGEL Favored Ser- ra barely survived the stern challenge of Kennedy of Mt. Angel Tuesday night, escaping with a 39-36 Capital Conference victory. The result left Serra with a 2-1 league record, good for a tie for second place. Kennedy now is 1-2. Serra opened slowly and nev er did get untracked. The Sabers compiled a 13-9 lead by the end of the first quarter. but Kennedy erased the deficit and gained a 19-19 halftime tie. Serra once again collected a four point lead in the third quarter and led 29 - 25. Kennedy made another move in the last period and tied the visiting Sabers 35-35 late in the game. But Kennedy got only one free throw after that as the Sabers drew away. Greg Quesnel and De n n i s Kostelecky each scored 10 points for Serra, while Ray Peters led JFK with 10. Chuck Barbonnais and Chuck Blem each added eight for Kennedy. SERRA (39): Weathers 5: Quesnel 10; Price 8: Kostelecky 10; Lajoy 4; Balloun 2. JFK (36): Vandecoevering 2; Blem 8; Haener 2; Barbonnais 8; Peters 10; Hitz 6. Serra 13 6 10 1039 JFK 9 10 6 1136 JV Score: JFK 66, Serra 51. 79-67 Win To Central AURORA Central raced off to a 27-18 first quarter lead, but had that cut to a mere one-point after three periods before coming on strong in the final chapter to down North Marion 79-67 in a Capital Conference basketball game here Tuesday night. John Morgan, with 18 points, and Jim Marr, with 17, paced the win, but had to surrender top honors to Craig Brown of North Marion who garnered 39 for the night. CENTRAL (79): Marr 17: Morgan 18; Reynolds 8: Worthington 12; Bennett 11: Httterbrand 3; Neal 6; McArthur 4. NORTH MARION (67): Brown 39; Sydow 8; Vredenhurg 1: Fobert 12; Rodriguez 3; Feller 2: Shaw 2. Central 27 21 8 2179 North Marlon 18 23 16 1067 JV Score: Central won. Dayton Clobbers Taft- by 59-39 TAFT Dayton High exploded for 18, 14, and 20 points in the final three quarters to clobber Taft 59-39 in a nonleague hoop contest at Taft Tuesday night. Steve Lindell and Bob Jensen paced the Pirates with 14 and 13 points respectively. Carl Har-baugh led Taft with 13. DAYTON (59): Jensen 13; Men 9; Lindell 14; Ediger 8; Jacks 11; Gale 2; Owens 3. TAFT (39): McKevitt 0; Phelps 6; Harbaugh 11; King 4;, Painter 5; Fowler 7; McFarland 6. Dayton 7 18 14 20 59 Taft 8 8 9 1439 JV Score: Taft 43. Dayton 23. Let Sliryock's Christmas Male! "The most treasured IMPERIAL DEL 0R0 For Men AFTER SHAVE LOTION and COLOGNE RUSSIAN LEATHER ITALIAN LEATHER IMPERIAL SABER IMPERIAL LIME 2 t 5.00 ' fl Four masculine fragrances handsomely presented in hand decorated 22 karat gold flasks. Individually and gift sets, ethers from 2.50 to 17.00 s I I I I 3T L IPrep Cage ! Standings j VAI.I.E Y LEAGUE W L v L South Salem 1 n MrN'arr n i North Sslem 1 0 Swept Home 0 1 Corvallis 1 9 Alhanv ft i Lebanon 0 0 CAPITAL CONFERENCE W L W t Stayton 3 0 Woodhurn 1 2 Cascade 3 0 N. Marion 1 2 Serra 2 1 Gerais 1 2 Central 2 1 Santiam 1 2 JFK 1 2 Srio 0 3 YAWAM A LF.AGl E W L W L Amity 2 fl Shermond 1 1 Nestnrra 2 0 VamhiU 0 1 Dayton 1 0 Sheridan 0 2 Banks 1 1 Willamina 6 2 Philomath 1 1 MARION B LEAGUE (Hator) W I. ML Colion 2 0 St. Patil 1 1 Regis 1 Q JefWsnn 1 1 Salem Acad. 1 1 Siletz ft 1 Chemawa 0 2 Cascade Has Easy Contest CASCADE Twenty-two points by Ken Combs and another 19 by Craig Hanneman, and the Cascade Cougars in general were far too much for the Scio Loggers to handle in their Capital Conference basketball game here Tuesday night. Cascade breezed in, 81-30. Jim Shepherd with 15 points was the only major Scio threat. The Victory was Cascade's third straight in loop play. SCIO (30): Shepherd 15: Chme St Teeler 1; Wood 4; Newtson 2; Her. ring 5. CASCADE (81): Rowles 4; Day ; Hanneman 19; MesheUe 9; J. Poltrai 4: Combs 22; Henkle 6; Klein 4; Mickey 1; D. Poltras 4. Scio 115 8 .V Cascade 19 22 25 1581 JV Score: Cascade 53, Scio 36. Sherwood Clubs Yamhill, 72-65 YAMHILL Sherwood pulled away from a 43-43 tie to post a 72-65 victory over Yamhill-Carlton in a Yawama League basketball game here Tuesday night. Brad Rossa led the last quarter drive, getting eight of his 20 points in t h e period. Charles Gardinier scored 15 and Buzz Curry 14 points for Sherwood. Ken McGhie paced Yamhill-Carlton with 17. SHERWOOD (72): Ross 20: Gardinier IS: Harper 12; Cooley 4;Cnrry 14; Miller 5; Willey 2. V-C (65): McGhie 17; M- WUllsmg 8; Knope 4; Bryson 4: Pttteiksn 4 Wasson 14; Staehler 2; J. Williams 6; Weise 6. Sherwood 13 12 19 2971 V-C 11 14 18 22 6S JV Score V-C 63, Sherwood 37. Mets Scout Dies NEW YORK (AP)-The New York Mets received word Tuesday of the death of Al Lyons, their Southern California scout since 1962, at his Los Angeles home. TOYS ARE OUR tl Yi SPECIALTY J hi Thriftwise VarielY Depart-jft VSment Store In Roieland fiT rb) Mayfair on Market St. ft Open 9-9, 1 0-7 Sunday. 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