The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on January 25, 1967 · Page 10
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The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington · Page 10

Centralia, Washington
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Wednesday, January 25, 1967
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E. Lewis Toutle, Morton Post Wins EAST LEWIS COUNTY LEAGUE jTtam* W L Pet. Toutle Lake 5 0 1.000 .Mossyrock 4 1 .800 jMorton 3 2 .600 .Onalaska 1 4 .200 Toledo 1 4 .200 LaCenter 1 4 .200 TUESDAY'S RESULTS - Toutle Lake 66, Toledo 62 OT Morton 70, Onalaska 66 · The Toutle Lake Ducks sur- ·vived a stiff challenge by Toledo Tuesday evening in East Lewis County play, 66-62, to re- Toledo main undefeated and atop the 'standings. In other action, Morton downed Onalaska, 70-66, in a hurry- scurry contest. TOLEDO -- The fired - up Toledo Indians came within an .inch of upsetttag the state ranked '·Toutle Lake Indians here Tuesday evening, but the visitors took advantage of an overtime ' to post a 66-62 East Lewis County cage triumph. The Indians, playing one o\ .their best games of the year ' out-hustled the Ducks and led a! the end of the first three quarters. Toutle, who had gained the front briefly in the third period rallied to take the lead late in the final stanza. Toledo's Bob Sorenson drop ped in two free throws to knol the tilt, 62-62, in the fading sec ends, but the Indians saw the chance to win go out the win dow when a last second f r e e throw refused to fa]]. The Ducks, who hit 44 percen in the scrap, collected a baske and two foul shots in the extra period for the win. Toledo out - rebounded the big ger Toutle team by several loose wo key players via f o u l s ourth quarter. Dennis Boone poured in 19 points for Toledo and game hon- irs. Rod Cooper scored 17 points or Toutle. In the preliminary 'tilt, the Hicks took a 54-45 win. Dennis 'ollefson hit 18 points for Toule and Jerri Cornell had 14 for Toledo. Friday finds Toutle Lake at .lossyrock and Toledo at On a- aska in league play. Scar* by quarters: 24 36 48 62--62-«2 Toutle Lake 17 32 42 62--66-66 The lineups: TOLEDO (62): Forwards -Spencer 10, Wallace 12; center -- Boone 19; subs -- Layton ', Whittaker 0; subs -- Sorenson 6, Kite 4, Fromm 4. TOUTLE (67): Forwards -Sale Jones, 5, Joe Jones 11; cen- ,er -- Kobberstad 11; guards-Hooper 17, Dimbat 10; subs Smith 2, Brake 7, Schaffran 3. Kirkman Triumphs SEATTLE (AP) -- Heavy weight Boone Kirkman, Renton won his seventh straight profes sional victory by stopping 232- pound Bowie Adams of Phoenix at 1:30 of the second round in a match here Tuesday night Despite a 33-pound disadvan lage, the 199-pound Washingtoi boxer dropped Adams to th canvas three times before th referee stopped the match. Kirkman, a former nationa AAU heavyweight champion caught a couple of punches o the head midway through th shots, but lost the services of !y. first round but recovered quick MORTON -- Action was fast nd furious here Tuesday even- ig as the Morton Huskies out- aced the Onalaska Loggers, 0-66, in an East Lewis County asketball thriller. The Huskies led through most f the foul plagued contest and ook the win despite the loss of heir high scorer, Al Cournyer, n the second quarter. Cournyer cored 12 points before picking p his fifth personal with 2:30 eft. Onalaska had trouble from he field with its shooting. The Loggers hit only 2 of their first attempts and ended the Same with 29 percent. Morton hit 26 field goal and Onalaska ended with 23. Rebounds also ended up in the possession of the hosts. A last minute surge by the joggers trimmed the margin rom an earlier 15 - point spread to the final score. High for Morton was Russ Taylor with 17 points. Wes Wil;on paced Onalaska with 15 points. Bill Tully hit 20 points for the Huskies in the junior varsity ame as they took a 66 - 50 win. Next action finds Onalaska hosting Toledo and Morton at LaCenter Friday in loop games. Score by quarters: Morton 19 39 55 70-70 Onalaska 13 32 46 66--66 The lineups:. MORTON (70): Forwards -Bede 10, Cournyer 12; center -Taylor 17; guards -- Emerson 14, Hull 11; subs -- Eck 4, Henrie 2. ONALASKA (66): Forwards -- Blankenship 31, Jorgensen 13; center -- I. Weiher 14; guards -- Wilson 15, Hamilton 2; subs -- Sabin 4, L. Weiher 3, Cole 4. Rankin Appears On List TACOMA (AP) -- Ed Huston of Camas has taken the lead in the state high school basketball scoring race with a 278. aver age for 12 games. He traded places with Chima cum's Al Scalf, leader 'for the first two weekly roundups. Scalf was limited to 11 points in his team's 20-13 win over Joyce last Friday. Doug Hansen of Spokane's Rogers moved into a tie for third place with Lake Stevens Mike Williams. Both have scored at a 24.7 clip, with Hansen play ing two more games. Ellensburg's Doug Rehaumi rounds out the top five with a 23.4 average for nine games, bu he is reportedly out for the remainder of the season with broken wrist. Two new names appear o this week's list: Ron Adams o Spokane's University and E Fields of Sunnyside. Adams i averaging 22.i and Fields 21.8 Scoring leaders through game of last Saturday: G. T.P. Avg. Huston, Camas 12 334 27.8 Scalf, Chimacum 12 312 26.0 Hansen, Rogers 13 321 24.7 Williams, Lake Stev. 11 272 24.7 Rehaume, Ell'nsb'g 9 211 23.4 Rankin, Mossyrock. IS 334 M.3 Adams, University 13 287 22.1 Strand, Rainier 11 240 21.8 Fields, Sunnysido 11 240 21.8 Miller, Oakville 11 239 21.7 By ED JOHNSON ssocl»ted Prets Sportt Wrlt«r Three defending state champs -- Renton, Raymond and Rear- an -- continue to lead their di- isions in the latest Associated Area Cagers Collect Votes first-place votes and 241 points. 'ress Washington asketball poll. high school Three other top schools--Bel- armine, 'Ellensburg and Yakima's East Valley -- lost some leartbreakers last week and lidn't get enough votes to remain in the standings. The balloting by sports editors .nd broadcasters from throughout the state again marked Renton as the best of the big schools, although the Indians did not play last week. Renton, undefeated in nine starts,'got 18 ballot The Raymond Gulls, boosting their record to 12-1 with wins over Montesano and St. Martin's fast week, got 13 first-place votes and 229 ballot points to lead schools of 201-600 enroll- enrollment. Reardan also picked up victories over Oakesdale and Harrington, running its win string to 44 straight, including 15 this season. The Indans missed being a unanimous choice as the top Class B team by only six ballot points. Bellarmine, next to last in the Class AA Top Ten last week, SPORTS NEWS lost to Stadium and Lincoln in Tacoma and was replaced by Shadle Park, 11-2. The two defeats gave Bellarmine an 8-3 season record through last weekend. Ellensburg, 9-2, was defeated by Sunnyside and dropped from the No. 1ft spot the Bulldogs held for one week. Nathan Hale moved into Ellensburg's place this week with a 9-1 record. Central Valley of Spokane, with 13 straight wins this season, remains in Class AA second place and Ballard of Seattle 9-0, moved up from fourth to third, replacing Aberdeen, 10-2. The latest balloting also ranks Puyallup, 10-1, as fourth and X*^*^%X^'S*SXS**S* 8HteaitgCfironfclt Wed. Jan. 25, 1967 Track Records Seen LONDON (AP) -- America's Timmie Smith and Australia's Ron Clarke appeared four and seven times, respectively, on the list of world track and field records officially recognized by the International Amateur Athletic Federation. 1929-SCHWARTZ MEN'S WEAR-1967 Outstanding values still await your selection from our complete stock of quality men's and young men's clothing. Curlee Suits | Select yours now from the latest colors, patterns and models . . . 7, 2 and 3 button coats. Plain or pleated front ponrs with tapered and non-tapered pant legs. Sizes available 1 in regulars, shorts, longs and stouts. Reg. $50 to $95. 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Sfze 14 16, Reg. to 3.9S NOW Size 16, Reg. to 19.95 Size 42 S, 44, Reg. to 27.95 NOW «f*lj 7.881 $10! $ 7 $ 33 Open Fridays 'HI 9 p.m., S C H W A R T Z MEN'S WEAR A ^DISTINCTIVE MEN'S APPAREL 133 MARKET STREET CHEHALIS, WASHINGTON Attend the SPAGHETTI DINNER FRI., FEB. 3 Sponsored by Olympic-Cascade P.T.A. Adults · · · · $ ! Children · · · 50c Tickets on Sale Her* up Pic lans to win the war. The outspoken general manager of the Boston Celtics came 0 Philadelphia a few hours, be- ore his team defeated the TBers 10-106 Tuesday night and made 1 few pertinent observations ibout the National Basketball Association's Eastern Division race. fJoting that the Celtics are second in the East, nine games whind the leader 76ers, Auer- jach said: "When I coached the Washington Capitols we won the regular season title with a record of 49-11 during the 1946-47 sea- GIVE THE BOY Whitey Ford, veteran lefthander of th* New York Yankees, poses with a baseball at his Lake Success, Long Island home. It Is questionable he will be able to pitch again, but, if he doesn't, it won't be for th* lack of per- A BIG HAND serverance. Last August he underwent surgery for a blocked artery In th* left shoulder. He'll try again as a pitcher at the Yankee spring training camp next month. -- AP WIREPHOTO NBA Play Celtics Content With Their Pace PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Red Auerbach apparently has given the skirmish, but he still son and got whipped in the playoffs. "And one of my Boston teams won the Eastern Division by 14 or more games and got whipped in the playoffs." Later, the Celtics, with Auerbach doing a little coaching from the row in back of the Boston bench, punctuated t h e i r boss' · remarks. They ended a nine-game Philadelphia winning streak as well as a 36-game regular season home court string of victories dating back to Jan. 7, Sam Jones scored 38 points while the famed Boston defense held Philadelphia to 11 points in the all-important last 10 minutes. That's when Philadelphia watched a 95-94 lead melt into a 12-point loss. W.F. West To Select Its All-Sports Queen Halftime Friday evening in the W. F. West - Hudson's Bay basketball clash will carry many memories for one lucky lass. Due to be crowned during the intermission is the Chehalis high school "Ail - Sports Queen." And four pretty gals will be escorted to the center of the basketball court for the awaited announcement by Steve Smith, president of the ''C" club, the school's lettermen's group. Vying for the crown are Cindy Bennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Bennett; Sherry Gage daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gage; Linda Gon/ales, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hankins, and Sheryl Jacobson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Jacobson. The queen candidates w e r e to their attendant events throughou high schoo! years nominated by the senior clas: and the winner will be- selected by the entire student body. Qaulities leading nomination included at sports their four charm, poise, sportsmanship, ci tizenship, school activities am the desire to be "All - Sport; Queen." Cindy is a member of thi school's pep staff, Sherry, N j member of the publicity club Linda, a pep staff member, am Sheryl, president of the publi city club. Escorts lor the gals during the coronation will be Jerry Boes John Brennis, Jerry Norris anc Dan Schaefer. Assisting Smith with th crowning will be Darrel Batchelor and Julie Wichert. Sports Figures Honored Davis of Yakima, 11-1, as fifth .. Class AA. They are followed by Kelso, 11-1, Richland, 9-3, and Aberdeen. Prosser, 13-0 through last week, continues as runner-up to Raymond in Class A, but third-place East Valley, with losses to White Swan and Prosser, was dropped far behind the poll leaders. Ilwaco, 12-0, jumped from fifth to third, followed by Lake Stevens, 11-1,' Mount Si, 12-1, and Elma, 12-1. Quincy, 13-0, was voted in seventh place. The Class B Big Five standings remain unchanged. Quinault, 13-1, trails Reardan in second place, followed by 7ou- tle Lake, 11-2, Mossyrock, 13-2, and Darrington, 10-0. Firstplace votes in parentheses, season records through Jan. 14, and points on a 10-9-8 etc., basis: Class AA Top Ten 1. Renton (18) 9-0 241 2. Central Valley (5) 13-0 224 3. Bollard (1) SM 178 4. Puyallup 10-1 143 5. Davis (1) 11-1 23 6. Kelso 1M 121 7. Richland 9-3 84 ·J. Aberdeen 10-2 74 9. Shadlo Park 11-2 49 · 10. Nathan Hale 9- 31 Other teams receiving votes, in order: Evergreen (Vancouver), Ellensburg, 9-2, Pullman, :0-2, Bellarmine, 8-3, North Kitsap, 11-1, Ferndale, Burlington, Central Kitsap, 9-5, Stadium, Snohomish, Cascade, Ingraham, Evergreen (Seattle) and Sunnyside. Class A Best of Seven 1. Raymond (13) 12-1 229 2. Prosser (6) 13-0 200 3. Ilwaco (1) 12-0 123 4. Lake Stevens (2) 11-1 116 5. Mount Si 2-1 96 6. Elma U) 12-1 71 7. Quincy 13-0 41 Others receiving votes, in order: Tonasket (1), 13-1, Lynden (1), 12-1, East Valley, 11-2, Port Townsend, 8-4, Bainbridge, 7-4, Dayton, 9.2, Yelm, Monroe, Cheney, Woodland, While Swan, Nooksack Valley, 12-2, DeSales. Class B Big Five 1. Reardan (21) 15-0232 2. Quinault 13-1 148 3. Toutle Lake (1) 11-2 110 4. Mossyrock 13-2 88 5. Darrington (1) 10-0 73 Others receiving votes, In, order: (Juilcene, 10-2, Pateros, 10-2, Curlew, 13-0, Zillah (1), KHckilat, Pe Ell, Peshastin-Dryden, 133, St. John, Brewster, Endicolt and Manson. TACOMA CAP)--Morris (Red) Badgro of Kent, Johnny and Eddie O'Brien of Seattle and Basil ames of Sunnyside were named Tuesday night to the Washington State Sports Hall of Fame. Seattle's Eddie Cotton and Tom Greenlee were announced as joint recipients of the State Athlete of the Year Award. Badgro, one - time University of Southern California athlete, went on to National Football ,eague stardom «nd also played major league baseball. The O'Brien twins carried Seattle University into national ranking in basketball and subsequently played major league jaseball. James won renown as an outstanding jockey during a long :uri career. Cotton, already named Seattle's Man of the Year in sports, came within an eyelash of winning tha world's light- heavyweight boxing crown from Jose Torres last August. Greenlee, a defensive end on the University of Washington football team, was named to the 1966 Associated Press All-America Squad. Also honored were University of Puget Sound football end Joe Peyton and veteran boxer Harold Bird. Peyton, chosen for the 1966 AP Little AH-America Squad, was named Tacoma-Pierce County Athlete of the Year. Bird was named to the Tacoma-Pierce County Sports Hall of Fame in recognition of 50 years service to boxing, first as a standout lightweight and welterweight in the early 1920's and later as a referee, judge and timekeeper. In 13 official at bats during the World Series Dodger shortstop Maury Wills hit one ball to the outfield. It was a single to center. Chehalis Thwarted LONGVIEW -- For the second straight frustrating time, the W. F. West Bearcats wrestled to a 21-21 deadlock Tuesday evening. The Chehalis mat squad and the R. A. Long Lumberjacks ended in stalemate here Tuesday as the Bearcats staged a rally to even the count. L a s t week, W. F. West and Hudson's Bay were knotted. Steve Smith and Randy Riffe maintained their undefeated records Tuesday to move to 9-0. Jerry Norris, with a pin, upped his mark to 8-1 as did Tom Graham. R. A. Long's junior varsity downed Chehalis, 34-15, in the preliminary match. The Bearcats, with a 5-2-2 record, visit Hoquiam Thursday. Results of match: 105 -- Usher, RAL, decisioned Gust, C, 10-C. 114 -- Rice, UAL, decisioned Taylor, C, 8-7. 122 -- Grisham, RAL, deci- sioned Gill, C, 2-0. 12G -- Hoyt, RAL, decisioned Baxter, C, 4-0. 135 -- Minnick, C, decison- cd Koenig, HAL, 9-4. 40 -- G r a h a m , C, pinned Worth, RAL. 147 -- Riffe, C, decisioned Gillihan, RAL, 8-0. 156 -- Woods, HAL, decision- ed G. Smith, C, 8-1. 167 -- Norris, C, pinned Mulcahy, RAL. 177 -- Lindsey, HAL, decision- ed Buck, C. 5-2. 193 -- Smith, C, pinned Dundas, RAL. Hvy. -- Washburn, RAL, de- cisioned Brefeld, C, 2-0. 'Smarter Than Me' Young Iba Avoids Dad's Cage Team NEW YORK (AP) - The new basketball coach at Memphis State shies away from scheduling Oklahoma State. "Their coach is a lot smarter thin me," he said in a telephone interview, "and I hate to get bent." The Oklahoma Slate coach, also reached by telephone, readily agreed. "He's right about my being smarter, and I wouldn't want to beat him." As possibly the only father- son college coaching combination, what else would you expect Henry Iba and Henry (Moe) Iba to say? They came close to meeting in the Memphis State Classic, but the host team won its first game and Oklahoma State lost its opener in the four-team tournament. "You never want to play against a relative or anyone you've coached," father Hank said. "You don't get any joy from beating them, and they wouldn't like beating you." Of course, a meeting this season between young Iba and his famous father could be embarrassing to the old master, who has made defense his byword in 40 years of coaching, 33 at Oklahoma State. Moe learned 'his lessons so well while playing under his father for three years at Oklahoma State, he has Memphis State leading the nation in defense with a 11-4 record in his first season as a head coach. His father's Cowboys, most sophomores, ranked 17th with a losing record. Tha change was a big one for Memphis State, which had a 1015 record last season and averaged 74 points a game while giving up 82 per contest. This season's opponents are scoring only about 51 points a game. Mos obviously took his fa- ther's advice to "do as well as you can with the material you have, but don't stretch it." "I don't have our boys hold the ball to hold down the score," young Iba said. "We run patterns, looking for the percentage shot, and we lake extra pnac in our defense. We can't run because we're not that big so we try to control the game. "I know people find the running game more interesting. But last year we lost to Western Kentucky 100-61 and this year, with Western ranked No. 8, we lost 52-44. That convinced our boys and the fans."

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