Statesman Journal from Salem, Oregon on March 15, 1968 · Page 17
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wAclNlcfliry Notches ertome Victory Pair Share Top Spot in Citrus Play ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) Scat-tergun Jack Nicklaus and surprising Miller Barber trimmed five strokes off par with 67s Thursday, wresting the first- round lead of the Citrus Open Golf Tournament away from five earlier finishers deadlocked at 68. Barber, 36-year-old winner of only two tournaments in 10 years on the pro tour, was elated with his round in which he sank four long birdie putts. Short on Putt Nicklaus missed a chance to take charge in the $115,000 meet when he was short on a six-foot putt on the 18th green. New Zealand leftie Bob Charles, Diminutive Deane Beman, Tom Weiskopf, Don Mas-sengale, and Australia's Bruce Devlin were all home with 68s. Tied at 69 were Bert Yancey, John Lotz, Bob Murphy, and Lee Trevino. Veterans Gay Brewer and Ken Venturi were among the 70 shooters, with Arnold Palmer and two-time 1967 winner George Knudson of Canada shooting 71s. Player at 72 South African Gary Player, playing in his first U.S. tournament this year, shot a 72 along with Doug Sanders. Defending champion Julius Boros slipped to a 73. Nicklaus, gaily decked out in cherry-red slacks, drove into the pine trees on at least three holes and bounced a drive off a spectator on another hole, but fortunate bounces and deadly iron play got him out of trouble. He bogeyed only one hole despite the wild drives. Putting Helped Barber Barber, a Texas country club owner, rolled in birdie putts of 20, 12, 20, 12, and eight feet. Strong putting also helped Devlin, on the comeback trail after a disastrous showing in 1967. Weiskopf, only 25, but the leading money-winner on the tour this winter, never strayed over par in a steady round. Beman helped himself by shucking his shoes and stockings to hit his second shot out of the water on the 14th hole, which he parred. Massengale missed a chance to share the lead when a 20-foot putt for a birdie on the 18th rimmed the cup. Charles was wild with his drives but deadly with his putts to keep up with the leaders. Miller Barber 33-J 67 Jack Nicklaus 34-3367 Tom Weiskopf 35-3368 Deane Beman 34-34 68 Bruce Devlin 33-3568 Don Massengale 3i-35 68 3ob Charles 36-3268 3ert Yancey 35-3469 John Lotz 34-3569 Bob Murphy 35-3469 Lea Treveino 36-3369 Ken Venturi 34-3670 Jack Fleck 36-3470 Jack McGowan 35-3570 Marty Fleckman 36-3470 Ron Funseth 36-3470 Tony Jacklin 38-3270 Gay Brewer 35-3570 Gardner Dickson 35-35 70 Tommy Jacobs 35-35 70 Bob McCallister 36-3470 Jack Montgomery 35-3570 Bobby Nichols 37-3370 Tom Nieporte 34-3670 Bob Rosburg 35-3570 Larry Mowry - 35-3671 Sam Carmichael - 36-3571 Lee Elder 36-3571 George Archer - 36-3571 Rex Baxter 37-34--71 Homero Blancas 37-3471 Dave Ragan 35-3671 Bob Goalby 35-3671 Dan Keefe 37-3471 Arnold Palmer 37-3471 Jim Grant 36-3571 George Knudson 34-3771 Ray Floyd 36-3571 Billy Maxwell . 35-3671 Mason Rudolph 35-3671 Dan Sikes - - 37-3471 Gulls Blank Bucks, 3-0 SAN DIEGO (AP) - Dave Kelly recorded his second shutout of the year Thursday night as San Diego beat league-leading Portland, 3-0, in Western Hockey League action. San Diego scored once in each period and left the rest to a fine defense and the goaltending of Kelly, who turned away 30 Buckaroo shots. Defenseman Gordon Sinclair scored at 16:46 of the first period to open the scoring. Warren Hynes' goal at 11:12 of the second period was his 14th of the year and then Dennis Huculak, another defenseman, scored at 16:06 of the third to cap the scoring. The victory gave San Diego a 7-6 edge in the season series with one game left against Portland. Ski Report Timberllns Lodg Total wow 13 Inches Thursday, t new. Mount Hood Meadows Total inow T2 laches, one new. II .11 ,11111.11. II. I. HI. 111.11 HHWUun.WUWWHIJj HUJWII. ''.." , .Hl.l.,11 iJII....I..III..M..U.IIW I4)WWa aft .1 &3?aa U ! yjp' - I , ' i I V . fiiru j 4 5 y 3l? xpilf, .-ft M M j&a XI I ... . - .. , v - s Rurl'ot frf Hanlr (PORTLAND) Hank DeHaan of McNary opens the UULrxCl lUrildllPv second half Thursday night with a field goal in quarterfinal game with David Douglas. McNary won the A-l game 54-45 in overtime. Tracy Hill of Douglas tries to block the shot, while Steve Johnson of McNary looks on. (AP Wirephoto) Oklahoma City, St Peters Win NEW YORK (AP) - Tenth- ranked Duke, led relentlessly by its third-team All-American Mike Lewis, steamrollered cold-shooting Oklahoma City 97-81 Thursday night in the opening round of the National Invitation Basketball Tourna ment Elnardo Webster scored seven of his 51 points in the second overtime of the first game of the doubleheader to lead St. Peter's to a 102-93 victory over Marshall. St. Peter's rousing victory, that had a crowd of 17,602 in the new Madison Square Garden screaming throughout, was in direct contrast to Duke's routine march into next week's quarter-finals. The Blue Devils, with Lewis and Joe Kennedy each scoring seven points, jumped into a 14-7 lead and easily outdistanced the Chiefs. defending champ David Douglas scoreless in overtime to shock the Scots 54-45; speedy Jeff broke open a tight game with a 33-point third period to whip Surprising Celts Now Go Against Jefferson By REID ENGLISH Statesman Sports Writer COLISEUM, Portland (Special) Surprising McNary, favored Jefferson and Klamath Falls, and TYV champ Lake Oswego captured quarter-final victories in the 50th annual A-l State Basketball Tourney Thursday to gain Friday's semi-finals. I The Celts from Keizer held Star Team Is Named By PAC-8 SAN FRANCISCO (Special) Four seniors and a junior make up the 1968 Pacific-8 All-Conference basketball team as selected by the eight member coaches, it was announced here Thursday by executive director Tom Hamilton. Lew Alcindor, the junior center who as a sophomore led UCLA's Bruins to the NCAA championship, and California's dynamic guard Russ Critchfield were unanimous selections for the first team. Joining them are USC's Bill Hewitt, Jim McKean of Washington State and Mike Warren of UCLA. All of the first five but Alcindor are seniors, and Alcindor, McKean, Hewitt and Critchfield made the first squad last year. On the second team are Art Harris of Stanford, Dave Carr of Washington, Bob Presley of California, Lucius Allen of UCLA and Vince Fritz of Oregon State. I HaYes ces Unseld . . . if 4 RAY STOSE On March 30, just 20 days before the general trout season gets underway, the Salem Flotilla of U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary will be holding its first session of Courtesy Motorboat Examinations for the year. The examina tions, which are free, will be held on that ? day at Vista Market parking lot. For those who live outside Salem, Vista Market is lo- cated between Commercial and Liberty 1 Streets in the south end of town. It should be pointed out that the examination is one of the services provided by the Coast Guard through the Coast Guard Auxiliary. It is un official and is made nnlv umm reauest. No V ------- . i - . or to any law enforcement agency. But those boats which do pass the examination are awarded a decal to be mounted on the boat and such a boat is usually by-passed by enforcement boats searching for equipment infractions Flares Important Safety Item . . . One additional item has been listed for this year's exami-tion in order for a boat to qualify for the decal each one, no matter what class, will have to have on board a distress flare. It is not a legal requirement according to Coast Guard or State Marine Board laws, but it is such an important, safety item that the courtesy exam will require it... As the Coast Guard-trained examiners go over a boat at the session, they will first look for the legal requirements for the class of boat being examined. This would include identification of the boat papers in order, numbers block type, properly spaced, distinctly visible. Adequate ventilation, where required, will be closely checked Life saving devices such as jackets or cushions will have to be of the approved type, of satisfactory condition, readily accessible and of the required number. Auxiliary requirements go a little further by stating there shall be one life saving device per berth and no less than two aboard. Fire extinguishers will need to be of the approved type, adequate in size, in satisfactory condition and be readily accessible. . . Angling Chances Good, Bad ... Where laws require it, the boat will have to have navigation lights and the examiners will check to see that the lights work properly. Above and beyond legal requirements the Auxiliary examiners will be checking to see that a boat's electrical wiring is in good shape. Also, the boat will have to have an anchor and line of suitable size and length for the vessel and operating area. ... Ah, those boys will be thorough. They'll be checking for that distress flare as well as a paddle or oar and a pump or bailer, which by the way, could be a bucket on board. But it must be remembered they are being thorough for only one reason your utmost safety on the water. The examiners are all volunteers who are giving up their Saturday to be of service to you, the public. The least you could do would be to equip your boat to the Auxiliary standards and, hike over to Vista Market on March 30 to earn that safety decal ... After a surge of excitement a week ago, Santiam steelhead-ing went into a slump since then. But more fish are arriving daily, so there could be good action on that neighborhood stream just any time . . . The new plant of rainbows in Devils Lake should be over the shock of getting dumped into strange waters, and may be hungrily waiting for the weekend anglers. The Alsea river is still running pretty heavily to spawned-out steelhead. Flounder fishing has been good in coastal bays. ... Oklahoma City, in fact, was so cold in the first half, hitting only 25.6 per cent, that Coach Abe Lemons, kept the club on i the floor and scrimmaged it during the intermission break, but it didn't help. Lewis, 6-foot-7, 225-pound senior, finished with 22 points. Rich Travis, Oklahoma City's honorable mention All-American, who hit only three of 15 shots from the field in the first half, finished with 28 points. Webster, whose scoring helped St. Peter's make up a 15-point deficit at the start of the second half, outscored Marshall 6-2 at the start of the second overtime, to break the 89-89 deadlock. Marshall had tied the score after regulation time at 83-83 on George Stone's layup with 43 seconds left, and missed two chances to win when Jim Davidson and Stone missed jumpers in the last seconds. With two regulars out on fouls, Webster took charge against taller Marshall in the first overtime with six points for an 89-87 lead, but Danny D'Antoni tied it with 90 seconds (Cont. page 18, col. 4) Basketball Scores HIGH SCHOOL A-l Tournament Consolation Round Wy'east 54. Marshfield 43 Pendleton 61, West Linn 53 Putnam 54, Baker 34 Washington 75, Corvallis 52 Championship Quarterfinals McNary 54, David Don Rial 45 (ot) Jefferson (Portland) 82, Grants Pass 62 Lake Oswego 52, Sheldon 34 Klamath FaUs 58, Jesuit (Beaver-ton) 53 COLLEGE NIT First Round St. Peter's, N.J. 102, MarshaU 93 (2 ot) Duke 97, Oklahoma City tl NCAA College Division Semifinals Kentucky Wesleyan 45, Ashland, Ohio 32 Indiana State 77, Trinity, Tex., 67 NAIA Quarter-finals Central, Ohio, State 66, Central Washington 47 Westminster, Pa. 92, Eastern Michigan 84 Fairmont. W.Va., State 86, Dickinson, N.D., State 81 Oshkosh, Wis., 57, Drury, Mo. 55 Boozer to Return CHICAGO (AP) Bob Boozer, Chicago's top scorer, who has missed two National Basketball Association games since injuring his right ankle Monday, will return to the Bulls line up Friday. Tourney Dope A-l Tournament Championship 2nd Round McNary 54, David Douglas 45 (ot) Jefferson 82, Grants Pass 62 Lake Oswego 52, Sheldon 34 Klamath Falls 58, Jesuit 53 Consolation Wy'east 53, Marshfield 43 Pendleton 61, West Linn 53 Putnam 54, Baker 34 Washington 75, Corvallis 52 Friday Pairinqs Championship Semis McNary vs. Jefferson, 7:30 p.m. Lake Oswego vs. Klamath Falls, 9 p.m. David Douglas vs. Grants Pass, 1:30 p.m. Sheldon vs. Jesuit, 3:00 p.m. Consolation Semis Wy'east vs. Pendleton, 9 a.m. Washington vs. Putnam, 10:30 a.m. Tuesday Results David Douglas 22, Marshfield 19 (ot). McNary 60, Wy'east 40 Wednesday Results Jefferson 80, West Linn 60 Grants Pass 59, Pendleton 49 Sheldon 48, Baker 34 Lake Oswego 46, Putnam 45 Jesuit 51, Corvallis 47 Klamath Falls 73, Washington 72 (ot) Grants Pass 82-62; the Lakers downed Shelton 52-34, and the top-rated Pelicans nipped stubborn Jesuit 58-53. Consolation action in Thursday's long play saw Wy'east stop Marshfield 53-43; Pendleton eliminate West Linn 61-53; Putnam pound Baker 54-34, and Washington rip Corvallis 75-52. Friday's schedule has Wy'east meeting Pendleton at 9 a.m. and Putnam facing Washington at 10:30 in the consolation bracket; D-Douglas against G-Pass at 1:30 and Sheldon vs. Jesuit at 3 in the fourth place bracket; and McNary meeting Jefferson at 7:30 and Lake Oswego challenging K-Falls in the 9 o'clock nightcap in championship play. The Salem Celtics opened the scoring in the overtime period after missing three close-in shots and losing 6-7 center Hank DeHaan via fouls. The key (Cont. page 18, col. 1) r " NOW PURATIZID 10 SPRAY Puratized 10 Spray controls brown rot blossom blight in peaches and cherries. ECONOMICAL EASY-TO-USE gljlj Putting Ideas to Work In Agricultural Chemistry NIAGARA CHEMICAL DIVISION YAKIMA, WASHhSGTON MIDOLEPORT, NEW YORK 3675 Brooklaka Road NB Salem, Oregon Phone 363-1044 NCAA Action Tonight By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer A matchup of All-Americans Elvin Hayes of Houston and Wes Unseld of Louisville at Wichita, Kan., and a shoot-out among four Top Ten teams at Raleigh, N.C., feature second round play Friday night in the sprawling NCAA major college i basketball tournament. In addition, UCLA renews its bid for a second straight NCAA title and a fourth in five years while Houston and St. Bonaven-ture strive to become the fifth team to- climax an unbeaten season with an NCAA championship. Statesman, Salem, Ore., Fri., Mar. 15, '68 (Sec. HI) 17 Nine of the nation's Top Ten teams will be involved in the ehminations at four centers Raleigh, N.C., Lexington, Ky., Wichita, Kan., and Albuquerque, N.M., Duke, 10th ranked, is in the NIT at New York. The second round winners Friday at each site will meet Saturday to determine the four semifinalists. The semifinals and finals, March 22-23, will be held at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. Here are the Friday pairings with rankings and records: East regional, Raleigh, N.C. Columbia, No. 7, 224, vs. Davidson, No. 8, 23-4; St. Bonaven-ture, No. 3, 23-0, vs. North Carolina, No. 4, 25-3. Mideast regional, Lexington, Ky. East Tennessee, 19-6, vs. (Cont. page 18, col. 8) dandy dress for the boys . . . Our sport coats and slacks in windowpane checks, plaids and solid colors have the latest styling. Coats feature low burton front and flap pockets, in a 55 Dacron Polyester-45 Avril Rayon blend. Narrow cut slacks are made of 70 Polyester-30 wool. Sport coats, sizes 8-20 $17-$22 Slacks, sizes 6-12 slim, reg. $9 Slacks, waist sizes 26-29 $11 Choose from colors of green, black, grey. Cellar, Salem, Portland, Eastport, Corvallis. Young Tiger Shop munsingivear t-shirt, brief The champ t-shirt has exclusive no-sag neckband, sizes S, M, I, XL 33.50 Champ-brief features the comfort of Munsingwear's "no-gap" fly. Sizes 28-44. You get support without bind 33.50 Both made of 100 cotton. Men's Furnishings, cellar, Salem, Portland, Eastport, Corvallis. Mail or phone 364-4481, ext. 32. Shop Monday & Friday Til 9:M S & H Green Stamps Too Lipman's Men's Cellar

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