The Capital Journal from Salem, Oregon on March 16, 1967 · 40
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The Capital Journal from Salem, Oregon · 40

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Thursday, March 16, 1967
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'mmmmmmmsmmmwmsm A-l Tourney j I Box Scores ROKEBURG (45) SALEM (4) FTP FTP 3 1-2 7 3 1-Z 7 2-7 14 4 5-7 13 4-5 4 0 2-5 2 1-1 1 Brdslrjr Parkrr Cumins Hoskot Andrs Cmvr Hobbs 1-1 0-1 1 J-S 2 S-7 S 4-5 -2 1 1-1 -0 Chmbly Taf rart Hanrmn Roberts Edmndi Grnff , Total! 14 17-2S 4S Totals If 11-2 4 Roffburr 11 17 S 45 South Salm I II 11 3 it CORVALLIS (52) KLAM, 70) FTP T P Edmund t 2-4 21) 1 1-1 3 R.Brsths O'Hara G.Brsths Krrk MiUrr Groves Zarrnskl Do'Llvo Howard B.Rrsths Plsan Trarraft Saling Johnson Berk Inialls Beal Smith Woodenk Hmphry rtnrdan Emlgh r o-o 2 3-4 2 0-0 1 2-2 1 0-0 0 1 1-2 - 2 0-6 2 3-4 Totals 20 12-20 52 Totals 34 2-5 1 f-orvallis 12 10 9 2152 Klamath Falls .... 23 14 22 1170 MAC HI (67) G F JEFFERSON (SO) T G F T Powell Mlr Poud Garton Smith Hudson Meyer Blakely 2 12 5 Drake 0-1 12 Tims a 2-7 111 I X-l 24 3 2-3 X Shephrd 2 0-3 4 11 0-10 2 I. add 0-0 12 3 0-1 Buster 2-3 2 Farrls t 0-A 18 1 0-1" 2 2 2-4 Beeman 1 0-0 0 0-10 2 Totals 27 13-21 1 Totals 35 10-21 M Mar-HI 14 17 15 21 67 Jefferson . 22 18 24 1 80 Attendance 7,320. WASH. (62) THL'RST FTP Rtudmre 5 2-2 12 Zellick Holden 1 1-2 3 CampbU Lundahl 4 3-3 11 Hansen THURSTON (S3) FTP Zellick 5 5-7 1 2-2 1 1-1 t 4-5 1 0-1 4 5-8 1 2-3 Smith 3 1-1 7 Slsk W.Stme 1-3 13 Dellingr Mathws 5 -7 10 Gee Sim k ton 00-0. 0 Mattoon Totals 24 14-18 62 Totals 22 19-27 63 Washlniton 1 14 18 1262 Thurston. 10 20 1 1763 PARKROSE (42) N. EUGENE (3S) G F G F T T Kraut 2 3-5 7 Fraedrk 1 0-0 2 Newlnd 4 6-8 14 O.Kraus 2 2-3 Bavies Sturilll Jones 2 9-11 13 Rlrhdsn 2 0-0 4 3 2-4 8 Bennett 2-2 2 2 2-2 Olson 4 1-1 9 - Overall 2 0-0 4 Petersn.1 1-2 3 Totals 11 20-27 42 Totals 14 10-13 38 Parkroie 10 8 8 16 42 North Eugene S 17 11 S 3 DAVID DOUGLAS OREGON CITY G r t F T Hanzlk 1 1-2 3 Grsnb 1-2 9 Andrw 1-1 7 Dvdsn 7-9 17 Ford 0-0 0 Owens 4- 5 10 2 2 6 3-3 3 5-7 21 1-2 3 0 4 ftkllli Drklrh Watsn Rpthr Mnhrh Brchrs Hrner 3-3 1J Qucjly 2 5-6 5 1-12 - Totals 18 19-24 55 Totals 16 15-19 47 David Dona-la .. . 12 20 S IS 55 Oregon City . . 9 1 10 1245 Attendance 9,415. . . A-2 Tourney I Box Scores (CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS) TAYTON (59) REEDSPORT (67) G F T G F T Smith 3 4-4 10 Rhrtcliff 2 1-3 5 Brown 10-0 2 Brisbin 6 2-2 14 Strtrhe 7 3-4 17 Borrvik 6 7-9 19 Mdlbrk Carey Gutrsn 5 5-6 15 Winter 4 7-9 15 4 0-1 Housen 3 2-2 8 3 1-2 1 MeKnze 0 2-2 Cm bind 1 2-4 Totals 23 13-17 59 Totals 22 23-31 67 Stay ton 16 13 12 1859 Reedsport . 22 17 12 1 67 Fouled out: Strotrhlne, Smith. Total Fouls: Stayton 21, Reedsport 13. FOR THIRD PLACE VALE (63) AMITY (61) G F T G F T Page 10-1 2 VanOttn 2 2-5 6 Johnson 12 1-3 25 Morris 3 0-2 6 Findley 1 1-2 3 Stephens 7 2-5 16 Camann 7 2-2 1 Dixon S 5-8 2 Pom an 1 0-0 2 West 5 2-4 12 Imlth 5 5-J IS Totals 27 9-13 63 Totals 25 11-24 61 Vale 12 16 14 2163 Amity .. 12 2111 1761 Fouled out: Cammann. Total Fouls: Vale 20, Amity 13. CONSOLATION GAME P. HILL (53) MYRTLE P. (61) G F T G F T Putschlr 3 2-3 8 Rosco 8 0-0 16 Roberts 4 6-8 14 Ray 4 3-6 11 D. Dowdy 5 3-4 13 Evans 4 2-3 10 Collins 4 0-1 8 Dayton 3 9-9 15 .Dowdy 1 0-0 2 Carpentr 1 3-4 5 Frlckton 3 0-0 6 Brodle 0 4-4 4 Wampler 10-12 Totals 21 11-17 53 Totals 20 21-26 61 Pleasant Hill . ... 12 12 16 1353 Myrtle Point 20 11 12 1861 Fouled out: None, Total Fouls: P.H. 15, M.P. 12. Marietta! At Giant By GARY KALE 1 UPI Sports Writtr The San Francisco Giants are haggling with Juan Marichal over, a $100,000 price tag while right in their own locker room Is a record book name that would gladly sign on for two bits. Don Larsen, who pitched the only perfect World Series game, is trying to hook on with a big league team again and immediately made his point for a job on the Giants roster. He entered Wednesday's game against Cleveland in the ninth inning and was a 3-2 winner in 10. Larsen is remembered for his baseball brilliance on Oct. 8, 1956, when he retired 27 men in row as the New York Yankees defeated the Brooklyn Dodgers In the fifth game of the World Series. He beat about the majors with various clubs, including San Francisco, before dropping out of the big leagues. The Giants invited him for another look-see and with ever increasing pension payments for veteran major leaguers, Larsen would like to find a niche with. Pag 40, he. 4, CAPITAL JOURNAL, Salem, Oregon. Thurfc. March 16, 1967 Uncle Calls Suit LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Come April 11, it will be Pvt. Cassius Clay, U.S. Army maybe. The heavyweight champion, turned down by a presidential appeals board in his efforts to remain a civilian, has been ordered to report for induction on that date. Clay's attorneys had anticipated the decision, however, and before the induction order was made public, they had begun a new legal action. They filed suit in U.S. District Court alleging racial discrimination by. Local Board 47, Clay's Louisville draft board, and by all other Kentucky draft boards because of a racial imbalance in their makeup. HEARING SET Judge James F. Gordon set March 29 for hearing arguments on whether to name a three-judge panel to hear the suit, but he refused to issue a temporary restraining order barring Clay's induction. The suit asks for a permanent injunction. J. Allen Sherman, chairman of the local board, said he had received word Tuesday that the appeals board had turned down 1 Bruins Dominate Pacific-8 1 Statistics and Star Picks SAN FRANCISCO . (AP) UCLA, No. 1 among the nation's college basketball teams:- Placed center -Lew Alcindor and guard Lucius Allen on the Pacific-8 Conference team picked by the coaches. Won four of the five statistical titles offense, defense, field goals and rebounding for the first, time in conference history. Broke conference marks as a team in field goal and rebounding percentages. And Alcindor, only a sophomore, set a new individual mark as a rebounder. The Bruins, who play Wyoming this weekend at Corvallis in quest of their third NCAA championship, got junior guard Mike Warren on the second all-conference team and Lynn Shackelford in the honorable mention list. LEW UNANIMOUS Alcindor, who towers over 7 feet,, was the "only unanimous choice of conference coaches for the first team. Others in addition to Alcindor and Allen were Washington State's Jim McKean actually a center at one forward, along with Southern California's Bill Hewitt and California's Russ Critch-field at the other guard. Alcindor and Allen were the only sophomores on the team. The other three are juniors. The final statistics show that Alcindor set a new conference Balks Offer the club and more security for the future. In other exhibition games, Houston edged Detroit 4-3, Minnesota walloped Philadel phia 14-1, Washington nipped Atlanta 2-1, Cincinnati beat the New York Mets 11-6, Baltimore belted Kansas City 11-4, St. Louis downed Los Angeles 5-2, the Chicago White Sox defeated Pittsburgh 4-1, the New York Yankees topped Boston 6-3, and the Chicago Cubs squeaked past California 7-6. San Francisco scored its winning run on three walks and an error. Willie Mays cracked out two singles to raise his exhibition batting average to .562 for six games. Leon Wagner homered for Cleveland. Bo Belinsky pitched four shutout innings for Houston in his comeback effort as the Astros pushed across two runs in the ninth inning to beat Detroit, Jose Herrera's pinch-hit single drove in the deciding tally. Minnesota used three Philadelphia pitchers for batting practice, rapping out IS hits, including homers by rookies Rod Carew and Dick Reese. Sam Claty; Filed Clay's request for deferment as a Black Muslim! minister. He said the induction notice had gone out the same day. Cage Stars Named In i Football Draft NEW YORK (UPI) Jimmy Walker is expected to be the . L first player selected in the National Basketball Association draft but the Providence All-America star also received a niche of sorts irt the first joint pro football draft he was the final player picked. With most of the key players selected Tuesday when 133 players were picked in the first five rounds, most of the 25 teams were praptically picking names out of a jhat Wednesday and several stars in other sports including! five standout basketball players were chosen. rebounding mark of 19.2 per cent, topping the 16 by Cal's Bill McClintock in 1961. His total points of ,384 missed by one tying the mark set last year by Southern California's John Block. f Alcindor, while tops in rebounding and scoring, missed the triple crown when Stanford's Rich Baker edged him on percentage of field goals, .650 (a conference record) to .643. However, while Alcindor was netting 153 on1 238 attempts. Baker was attempting only 80 in getting his 52. Cal's Charlie jPerkins finished as champion free thrower. The Bruins are the first basketball team in? conference history to win four out of five statistical categories. Oregon was tops in free throws. Vi t IK m I MEN... STEP UP TO JM STEP OUT IN STYLE! f I IWU.IWZM 9t iMV HVH J'WW d WM WW WVVI Baw from Kinney's. All the classic styling of Stuart Holmes in handsome oxfords, wing-tips and slip-ons. Latest tones in up-to-the-minute leathers that will put Spring in every step. Young men will go for the strictly new, definitely now look of Raleigh Squares. mfffJNfAMiy corns ffffsn LADIES DAY 3-13 eyassrw "I'll go and fish somewhere else when I'm good and ready OK, wise guy ?" Besides Walker, Ben Monroe of New Mexico, Ron Sepic of j Ohio State, two players who faced eath other in the NCAA national championship basketball game last year at College Park, Md. Dave Lattin of Texas Western and Pat Riley of Kentucky were picked. Lattin was picked on the last round as a flanker by Kansas City while Dallas, which has made a habit of j developing football players from stars in other sports, took Riley as a quarterback on the 11th round. Monroe, whose team. New Mexico, was upset by Rutgers SI The Bruin field goal percentage of 53.1 topped the old conference mark of 45 by Washington in 1961. The Bruin rebounding percentage of 54.7 topped the previous record set by UCLA in 1964. JONES, FRITZ SECOND The conference had such an unusual array of brilliant guards that the second all-conference team chosen is made up of four guards and a center. Placed at guard along with UCLA's Warren was the Oregon senior, Nick Jones. Gordy Harris, of Washington, won at center on the second team. But two other guards were given the forward posts, sophomore Don Griffin of Stanford and sophomore Vince Fritz of Oregon State. tka rtj. tuHamn Osrtu kIaa i if in TOURNAMENT College By TED MEIER Associated Prost Sports Writer The Giant Killers of Southern Illinois, college basketball's latest Cinderella team, go after their 18th straight victory against Rutgers in the semifinals of the National Invitational Tournament tonight. A capacity turnout of 18,000 is expected at New York's Madison Square Garden to watch the Salukis from Carbondale, 111., in the NIT Tuesday night, was chosen on the 12th round by Philadelphia as a quarterback Sepic was picked as an end on the 12th round by Washington. The Los Angeles Rams, encouraged by the success of Olympic sprinters Bob Hayes and Henry Carr in pro football, took San Jose State's Tommie Smith on the ninth round as a halfback. Smith holds the world records at both 220 yards and 200 meters and probably won't be available this coming season anyway since he's expected to go to the 1968 Olympics. Pacific Northwest player chosen Wednesday In the combined National and American Football League draft were: Sixth round Bart Norris, Washington State tight end, by Miami Seventh round Gary Hertzo. Willamette guard, by New Orleans Eighth Round Scott Eaton, Oregon State defensive bark, by New York Giants John Forurla, Idaho quarterback, by Pittsburgh (choice acquired from Minnesota) Nlntb round Tim Lavens, Idaho end, by New Orleans Greg Cass. University of Washington center, by Chicago 11th round Pete Plfer. Oregon State fullback, by New York Giants Bob Trygstad. Washington State defensive tackle, by Minnesota Omar Parker. University of Washington guard, by Philadelphia 15th round Steve Bunker, Oregon tight end, by Los Angeles 16th round Bill Smith, Oregon center, by-Pittsburgh Paul Brothers, Oregon State quarterback, by Dallas 17th round Wayne Valley Jr., Oregon tackle, by Denver Bill Barnes, University of Washington center, by Los Angeles For Sale -- BUSES '58 Chev. 54 pass. '49 White 66 pass. Harry T. Fast 623-2424 WVWWrVWeWrArVVrVrVW thc P Act A r chAAt BawkAmebiw - I J. - OPEN MONDAY A FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL 9 177 LIBERTY ST. NE ROUNDUP play the Scarlet Knights from New Brunswick, N.J., in the feature of a doubleheader. Mar shall University's Thundering Herd from Huntington. W. Va.. face the Marquette Warriors from Milwaukee in the opening NIT semifinal. Southern Illinois, which passed Up the NCAA national small college tourney to go after the big : boys in the NIT, whipped the St. Peter's Peacocks and the Duke Blue Devils in their first two tourney games. Rutgers upset Utah State and New Mexico to reach the semis. Marshall put out Villanova and Nebraska while Marquette surprised Tulsa and Providence to reach the round of four. IN WINGS Waiting in the wings for the NIT finalists to be decided is unbeaten UCLA, the country's No. 1 team. The Bruins and their super-sophomore, Lew Alcindor, strive for their 27th straight victory against Wyoming Friday night in one of eight second-round games at four regional sites in the NCAA tournament for the national championship. j) TIHlll tBLUH LIVE ALWAYS FIRST OUAUTY M e Kings Advance UCLA and Wyoming meet at Corvallis, Ore.; in the Far West regional douhleheader. U. of Pacific, with a 20-game winning streak, battles Texas Western, the defending champion, in the other half of the twin bill at Corvallis. The NCAA East regional doubleheader at College Park, Md., pairs Princeton against North Seniors Start Monthly Sweeps Today marked the first of seven golf sweepstakes planned for the year by the Mid-Valley Senior Golf j Association with opening play at the Senior Estates Course in Woodburn. Other dates; and sites are as follows: May! 4, Springhill, Albany; June 1, Oak Knoll, Salem; July 6, Salem Golf Club; August 3, Evergreen, Mt. Angel; Sept. 7, Santiam, Stayton; and Oct. 5, McNary, Salem, j Any golfer over the age of 50 with an established handicap is eligible to join the Association. President is Del Milne (phone 364-6723). I- - ! . Good mixers get together at NOW YOU (AN AT PEWS Co-ordinated sportswear that is geared for an active Spring and a carefree Vacation!; "''!- : i '.'! ' ' The Blue-Olive color collection features Penn-Prest items that you won't have to iron. Build a harmonizing wardrobe to include hi-bulk socks, hopsack walking shorts and casual pants, traditional button-down sport shirts, and sharp cotton-terry knits. Separate prices range from SHOP MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY TIL 9:30 A.M. Carolina and Boston College against St. John's of New York. Tennessee battles Dayton and Indiana takes on Virginia Tech in the Mideast Regional at Evanston, 111. In the Midwest Regional at Lawrence, Kan., it's Southern Methodist vs. Louisville and Kansas vs. Houston. SMALL COLLEGES Kentucky Wesleyan, which beat Southern Illinois last year in the final of the NCAA small college championship tournament, continued its drive Wednesday night for a second straight title. Hie Panthers whipped Cheyney Pa., State 66-53 in the quarter-finals at Ev-ansville, Ind. Winston-Salem State beat Long Island 62-54, Southwest Missouri defeated Valparaiso 86-72 and Illinois State went three overtimes before eliminating San Diego State 77-76 in the other quarter-finals. Earl Monroe threw in 29 points for Winston-Salem for a season scoring record, of 1,265. It wiped out the mark of 1,255 set by Bevo Francis of Rio Grande, Ohio, in 1954. m 'M' MATCH $00 $6 90 to Kentucky Wesleyan battles Winston-Salem and Southwest Missouri tangles . with Illinois State in the semifinals tonight. Top-seeded St. Benedict's beat Southern, Ark., State 67-56 and Oklahoma Baptist, the defending champion, defeated Valdos-ta, Ga., State 70-62 to show the way into the quarter-finals of the NAIA national tournament at Kansas City. In the other second round NAIA games, Egstern New Mexico beat St. Thomas, Minn., 69-67, St. Mary's of Texas eliminated Westminster,- Pa., 55-53, Tennessee Wesleyah put out Midwestern of Texas 65-59 Morris Harvey defeated Chadron 91-76, Central Washington conquered Guilford 78-67 and Southwestern Louisiana humbled Central Michigan 70-62. I (NATIONAL SAR RENTAL 5c per mi. $4.95 Per Day. CUSTOM MOTORS 897 12th 585-2671 ssssaj

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