The World from Coos Bay, Oregon on January 31, 1973 · 18
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Coos Bay, Oregon
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PAGE 18 The World, Coos Bay, Ore., Wednesday, Jan. 31, 1973 BASKETBALL High School pa Adams 93, Roosevelt 59 Benson 88, Franklin 43 Jackson 59, Cleveland 55-ot Grant 72, Lincoln 50 Washington 68, Madison 58 Marshall 54, Wilson 50-2 ots Wilco Milwaukie 52, Lakeridge 47 Reynolds 66, Oregon City 49 Putnam 45, West Linn 44 Hood River 57, Barlow 56 Lake Oswego 60, Centennial 48 Gresham 54, The Dalles 53 Coast-Valley Estacada 55, Sweet Home 52 Canby 50, Silverton 46 Central 58, Molalla 49 LaSalle 83, Forest Grove 69 Dallas 57, McMinnville 52 Astoria 47, Newberg 34 Valley Corvallis 61, Lebanon 50 North Salem 68, South Albany 57 South Salem 70, Crescent Valley 49 McNary 72, West Albany 60 Midwestern Willamette 60, Cottage Grove 49 Thurston 44, Springfield 41 Churchill 47, Sheldon 45-2 ots North Eugene 60, South Eugene 58 Marshfield 44, North Bend 32 Cowapa Tillamook 69, Neah-Kah-Nie 41 Seaside 52, Rainier 47 Yawama Yamhill-Carlton 52, Dayton 42 Willamina 67, Sheridan 46 Banks 56, Amity 35 Nestucca 61, Sherwood 41 Coast Capital Cascade 57, Stayton 38 Gervais 88, Chemawa 52 Woodburn 72, North Marion 54 Emerald Philomath 63, Central Linn 47 Pleasant Hill 53, Creswell 50 Elmira 69, Junction City 62 Marist 44, Oakridge 16 Skyline-Sunset Henley 69, Lakeview 65 Coquiile 84, South Umpqua 62 Oregon Class A Sherman 57, Wasco 50 Alsea 57, Triangle Lake 50 Falls City 66, Perrydale 41 Mohawk 87, Detroit 69 Tillamook Catholic 72, St. Paul 57 Western Mennonite 45, Gaston 33 Mt. Vernon 55, Monument 52 College East Princeton 64 Penn 54 Grove City 52 Thiel 45 Ind.-Pa. 53 Cal.-Pa. 49 West Lib. 86 Wheeling 70 Bloomsbg 75 Edinboro 68 Duquesne 85 DePaul 71 Hartwcke 97 Utica 69 Geneva 66 Wash&Jeff 65' Salem St. 76 Plymth St. 67 Wm. Patersn 92 NCE 68 Mercy 76 John Jay 75 Leb.Val. 77 Frnkln&Mrshll 66 St. Johns 87 Villanva 77 Moravian 89 Del. Valley 51 FDU-Madison 56 CCNY 52 Uosala 80 Drew 44 Domnicn 61 Concrdia 48 Suffolk 79 MIT 67 UMass 78 Holy Cross 73 Boston U. 71 Colgate 69 Lowell Tech 87 Babson 84 Curry 83 Emerson 53 , South Old Dorn. 125 Wesleyan 112 Fla. A&M 108 So. Fla. 95 Fisk 90 Lane 83 Midwest Wooster 77 Oberlin 64 Otterbn 77 Heidlbrg 75 Denison 62 Kenyon 58 Cmberlnd 81 Wright St. 76 Cedarvl 92 Wilbrfrre 84 Akron 101 Bldwn-Wllce 81 Anderson 94 Manchstr 70 Franklin 107 Rse-Hlmn 90 Huntington 97 Grace 94 Ind. Tech 96 Concrdia 61 rurdue-CImt 83 Marion 78 Kearny St. 105 Wayne St. 94 Geotwn 95 Rio Grande 70 Cse Wstrn 90 Crnegie-Mlln 53 S.D.-Sprgfld 77 Chadrn St. 73 LEGAL NOTICES THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF COOS In the Matter of the Estate ) of ) FLOYD FRED WIU.UMS, ) Deceased, ) NO. 8.160 NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the above estate. All persona having claims against the estate are required to present the same with proper vouchers within four months from this date at the offices of Robert L. Thomas, Attorney at, at 1935 Union Avenue, North Rend, Oregon. Dated and first published this 17th day of January, 1973. CAROL F, CHILDERS Personal Representative 2091 Virginia Avenue North Bend, Oregon Pub.: Jan. 17, 24, 31, rb. 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Lewis 69 West No. Colo. 84 Regis Coll. 73 Oregon College JV 65, Linn Benton Community 61 Portland JV 78, Linfield JV 68 Oregon College frosh 97, Jud-son Baptist 74 Oregon State Rooks 108, Clark College 78 Blue Mountain JV 79, Eastern Oregon JV 72 Eastern Oregon 96 George Fox 74 Sacramento State 63 Southern Oregon 62 Boston New York Buffalo Philadelphia NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division w. I. pet. 40 9 .816 43 12 .782 17 35 .327 4 50 .074 Central Division Baltimore Atlanta Houston Cleveland Milwaukee Chicago KC-Omaha Detroit Los Angeles Golden State Phoenix Seattle Portland g.b. 24 38 g.b. w. 1. pet. 33 18 .647 -29 26 .527 4 21 31 .404 12 19 32 .373 14 Western Conference Midwest Division w. 1. pet. g.b. 37 15 .712 31 20 .608 5 25 31 .446 14 21 31 .404 16 Pacific Division w. 1. pet. g.b. 40 11 ,784 - 32 20 .615 8 25 27 .481 15 16 38 .26 25 13 40 .245 28 Tuesdays Results Buffalo 105 Philadelphia 104 Detroit 125 Atlanta 123 Cleveland 112 Milwaukee 98 Baltimore 104 Golden State 86 Los Angeles 95 Chicago 92 Houston 123 Portland 120 ABA East Oregon QB Dan Fouts Picked By San Diego Tuesdays Results New York 114 Memphis 107 Dallas 135 Virginia 129 Indiana 126 San Diego 120 HOCKEY Western W L TPTS GF GA Salt Lake 22 12 9 53 187 148 Phoenix 21 17 7 San Diego 10 17 6 Denver 15 18 9 Seattle 16 20 4 Portland 14 21 7 35 134 158 Tuesdays Results (no games scheduled) Wednesdays Schedule Salt Lake at Portland Omaha at Phoenix National East w. 1. t. pts gf ga Montrel 32 7 11 75 205 113 NY Rgrs 33 13 4 70 196 126 Boston 30 IS 4 64 210 152 Buffalo 25 17 7 57 177 143 Detroit 24 19 7 55 162 158 Toronto 16 26 7 39 152 166 Vncuvr 14 30 7 35 145 213 NY Isldrs 6 40 4 16 101 232 West w. 1. t. 28 17 5 23 21 22 19 21 22 Chicago Phila Minn Atlanta Los Ang 21 23 St.Louis 19 21 Pittsbgh 20 25 Calif pts gf ga 5 61 190 148 7 53 177 177 8 52 158 146 51 140 146 49 158 166 47 141 156 46 172 174 9 28 12 30 138 205 Tuesdayi Results All-Star at New York East 5 West 4 - By United Press International Center Chuck Bradley was chosen ahead of Oregon teammates Dan Fouts, and Tim Stokes, while linebacker Steve Brown was the only pick from Oregon State in Tuesdays National Football League draft. Bradley was the 26th choice in the second round by Super Bowl champion Miami. Bradley, a 6-foot-6, 230-pound center, was the first choice of the Dolphins, who traded away their first round selection to Buffalo. Stokes, a 6-5, 256-pound offensive tackle, was picked 60th by the Los Angeles Rams in the third round. Quarterback Fouts was chosen 64th in the third round by San Diego as a possible backup quarterback to newly-acquired Johnny Unitas. Brown, . a 6-3, 235 pounder, was selected 162nd by the Los Angeles Rams in the seventh round. He will be very Valuable to Gold Beach Wrestlers Nip Tigers GOLD BEACH Success in the upper weight classes paid off for Gold Beach in their Sunset Conference dual meet wrestling clash with visiting Bandon Tuesday night as the Panthers came from behind in the last five matches for a 32-26 victory. The win moved the Panthers into a tie with Coquiile for first place in the leagues dual standings, each with a 4-2 record. Brookings is a half-meet back with a 3-2 record, Myrtle Point is 2 3 and Bandon 1-5. In the 178-pound weight class, Terry Shanley of Gold Beach registered his 15th pin in as many outings this season, while Neil Parker handed Bandons Gordon Kranick his first setback of the season in the 191-pound class. 98 -r Terry Hicks, GB, won by forfeit. 106 Ben Winters, GB, and Bill Braun, Ban, drew, 6-6. 115 Dave Reimer, Ban, p. Roger Hale, 1st. 123 Dan Reina, GB, d. Keith Ward, Ban, 6-5. 130 Rick Erwin, Ban, p. Gary RiCkenbach, GB, 3rd. 136 Duane Williams, Ban, p. Albert Young, GB, 2nd. 141 Dan Davis, Ban, d. Eric Nichols, GB, 11-8. 148 Dana Herold, Ban, d. Gary Nourse, GB, 6-2. 157 Darrell Landers, GB, d. Kevin Kemp, Ban, 9-7. 168 Joe Miller, GB, d. Dave Kranick, Ban, 8-6. 178 Terry Shanley, GB, p. Roger Duvall, Ban, 1st. 191 Neil Parker, GB, Gordon Kranick, Ban, 5-0. Unlimited Gary Tobey, GB, p. Ray Gardner, Ban, 1st. Team Gold Beach 32, Bandon 26. JV Bandon 21, Gold Beach 16. t Pirates Top North Bend In JV Tilt Marshfield, bouncing back after a pair of District 5AAA jay-vee losses, used an Impressive zone defense and hot shooting through the first three periods en route to a 66-42 whipping of North Bend Tuesday, Spurring the Pirates in the first-half scoring binge were Rick Johnson who finished with 18 points, Bro Craig who netted 17, and Robert Nelson who chipped in with 14 markers. Rick Gleason and Bob Pittam topped the Bulldogs with eight counters each. North Bend 12 I 9 12-42 Marshfield 23 12 24 8-66 North Bend (42) - Gimlin 1, Goll 4, M. Rose 3, Coppenger 7, Gleason 8, Johnson 5, Baxter 2, Stovall 4, Pittam 8, O. Rose, Smith. Marshfield (68) Carpani 2, Johnson 18, Skinner 9, Stalcup 5, Casey 1, Nelson 14, Craig 17, Dickey, Running, Hennessey, Kudma, Taylor. Marshfield Eleciric Co. authorized agent & distributor for G.E. MOTORS & CONTROLS AU Types Eleciric Motors Rewound, Repaired 8t Rented. Electrical Contractors Industrial Commercial b Residential Wiring b Electric Heat. Miami, said Duck Coach Dick Enright of Bradley. He can play many positions and I thought ' it would enhance h i s chances of making the professional level if I made him switch positions. Bradley, who was a fourth string tight end in his first year of play in 1972, moved to center last season and made good on Enrights guarantee he would be selected in one of the first four rounds. Fouts, the sixth quarterback chosen, had a -career completion record of 482 of 956 passes for 5,995 yards and 37 touchdowns. Im looking forward to playing under Unitas, he said. Fouts said he has recovered from a broken foot sustained against Oregon State which kept him out of post-season contests. Sixkiiler Waits For Phone Call SEATTLE (UPI) Sonny Six-killer, Washingtons colorful quarterback, will be waiting for the phone to ring today. Tight end John Brady has already answered his call. Brady was a third-round selection of the Detroit Lions in Tuesdays National Football League draft. Don McCafferty, new Detroit coach, dialed Bradys number shortly thereafter. This is the Detroit Lions, McCafferty said. Weve drafted you No. 3 and we want you as a tight end. Its a whole new world, said Brady. Ive been waiting for this day for a long time. Sixkiiler, holder of a flock of Washington passing records, must wait by the phone again today as the final rounds of the draft choices are announced. 'Unlikely Heroes Of Classic NEW YORK (UPI) ,They billed it as an All-Star game but Powderpuff Derby might have been a more appropriate sobriquet. So it wasnt all that suprising when Greg Polis and Bobby Schmautz emerged as the unlikely heroes of the National Hockey League's- 2Sth annual midseason classic. Polis. who only showed up in time for the game because his wife cooperated in delivering a seven-pound, 14-ounce baby boy 16 hours before the opening faceoff Tuesday night, scored two goals for the losing West team and went back home to Pittsburgh with a brand new Charger as the Most Valuable Player. Schmautz, a last-minute addition to the team as the only representative from the Van- Bull Ramos Wins NW Title Event Apache Bull Ramos held on to his Northwest title winning two out of three falls Tuesday night at the Coos Bay Armory from Steven Little Bear. Ramos was bested in the first fall of the professional mat match, but came back strong to take the second and third falls. In an earlier event, Baron Se-cuna and Clay Spencer provided plenty of action that ended with Spencer the winner ova- the Mad Baron by a disqualification. The first event of the evening on the mat card sponsored by Bay Area Kiwanis dubs went to Gagne and the second event to Dutch Savage. Gagne took on Suzuki while Savage went up against Wild Bill Howard. . A good turnout was present to see the action. couver Canucks, scored the winning goal that gave the favored East its surprisingly difficult 5-4 triumph. But if the fans were expecting anything more than a skating exhibition, they should have been forewarned when Bobby Orr, the most glamorous of All Stars, gracefully skated out for the pre-game introductions and then promptly slipped and fell flat on his behind while his teammates looked on in astonishment. Polis put the West out front, 1 -0, with just 55 seconds left in the first period and scored again closing the East's lead to 4-3 at 4:27 of the final period. Five minutes after Polis second goal, Terry Harper knotted the game at 4-4 when he whistled a 40-foot shot past the East's backup goalie Ed Giacomin and suddenly, it looked like there wouldn't even be a winner to this exercise in gentility. But alas, along came Schmautz, who was selected for the team because Vancouver had to have a representative on the squad and East Coach Tom Johnson had his first All-Star victory. I really never saw the puck go in, said Schmautz, whose shot banged off the left goal post and then bounced off goalie Rogatien Vachons pads and into the net. (Serge) Savard took the puck down ice and I was just behind him. When he fed me the pass and I saw the shot hit the post, I cursed myself for blowing the goal. Boone Kirkman Wins Comeback SEATTLE (UPI) Boone Kirkman, Renton heavyweight, draws beer at the Melrose Tavern and also still draws fight fans. He fought Tuesday night for the first time in more than two years and drew a vcar-capacity crowd of about 5,000 to the Seattle Center Arena. The fight drew an estimated gate of $25,000 and left his opponent Fred Preacher Lewis of Colorado Springs flatter than a left-over beer. Kirkman weighed ,206 for his first fight since suffering a second-round KO at the hands of the new heavyweight champion, George Foreman. He was rusty but still showed plenty of punching power. Lewis, 187 1-2, spent most of the first three rounds covering up. But in the fourth round, a flurry of punches dropped Lewis for an eight count. A solid left to the body put him down again and referee Pat McMurtry stopped it with 15 seconds left in the round al- Classified Ads are your guide to the best bargains In the Bay Area though Lewis struggled to his feet. Kirkman said his frequently repaired collarbone came through in fine shape in the comeback attempt. He hit me there a couple of times and it never bothered me, he reported. Middleweight Mike Lankes-ter, 162, Renton, scored a fourth round TKO over A1 Bolden, 165, Portland, in a scheduled 10-rounder. , Lankester caught up with the Portland battler in the fourth and decked him for an eight-count after which the fight was stopped. In another scheduled 10-rounder, Mike Seyler, 158, Seattle, also scored a fourth round TKO over George Mankins, 152, Portland. - - Astoria Upsets Newberg In Oregon AAA Contest By United Press International Astoria shocked third-ranked Newberg and eighth-place West Linn was edged by Putnam in upsets among Class AAA prep powers in Tuesday nights basketball action. Newberg suffered its first defeat in 14 games by dropping a 47-34 contest to Astoria, which had failed to get any votes in this weeks UPI poll. Putnam, also unrated, slipped by West Linn 45-44, to give the losers a 11-3 record. Front-r a n k e d Benson, with star center Rich Washington getting 25 points, stayed at the top of the heap with an 88-43 win over Franklin. Sixth-rated Corvallis took Lebanon, 61-50, and n i n th-place Reynolds downed Oregon City, 6449. Both teams tied for 10th won. Adams bested Roosevelt, 93-59, and Washington stopped Madison, 68-58. 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