The Bend Bulletin from Bend, Oregon on October 20, 1961 · Page 2
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Bend, Oregon
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Friday, October 20, 1961
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2 The Bend Bulletin, ,i . - v r V 3-,-.... ' r ? ' . ' V ' V , ' aiaU - D a hi Ifc . . i 4 COACH WORKS Head I passes to sharpen his defensive ; gama this Saturday. Tha two ' waiting their turn to run pass tin's fdiiiiUFTAH ' . L ONE-TWO, ONE-TWO The Bend High school football team works out during a practice for tha big game of tha year against Pendleton this Saturday at the local field. Gerald Iverson leads tha squad in warm-up drills before "live" tackle practice. Reorganization front office is MILWAUKEE (UPI1-A awocp. Ins reorgnnliallon of the Milwaukee Braves front offlco wns announced Thursday hy President ,TAn MrHnle. vn inirl the change would provide "a mere successful and Mronper operation." I'nder the new setup Mcllnte will retain the job of general manager, delegating some of the general manager's non-baseball functions to others. "This way I can circulate on all aides of tlie Braves' operations," he said. Mellale first announced the resignation of traveling secretary George (Duffy) Lewis. 73. who has been connected witli baseball for more than half a century as a star player, minor league manager and front office executive. Played With Speaker Lewis, who starved alongside Trls Speaker In tlie Boston Bed Sox outfield, has been traveling secretary since IMfl. Mellale said his successor would be named aoon. RIDES THREe WINNERS CAMDEN, N.J. (U'PD-Johnny Sillers, the nation's top jockey, added three more winners Thursday at Garden State Park. Hie 21 year-old Sellers scored alwird Tricia Jean M80 in tlie opener. Double Tab $7 40 In the lour 111 and What's-Tlie-llurry 11.60! in tlie eighth., Friday, October 20, 1961 1 Xfi Xt- 1 - u f Coach Tom Winbigler throwi players (or the Bond-Pendleton players in the foreground are patterns against the defense. p 1,' . , of Braves' announced As an active player, Lewis compiled llio highest batting average of players on either side in the 1015 and 11116 World .Series. Assuming some of Mcllalc's general manager's ta.sks will be Ray llaj-worlh, 57, and Bill L'ber- !y, to. llayworth was promoted from director of scouts to director o( player personnel. Ho played 15 years In tlie majors and has been a minor league manager and scout for tiic past several years. Kborly was moved up from ticket director to business manager and Austin Brown. 37, named to the broadened post of director of tickets and customer relations as his replacement Mellale said the new title broadens the field of ticket selling by providing bettor promotion and better service to customers. Perlnl Corp. Officer Ralph Del Forge, comptroller, was given the added title of assistant secretary and made an officer of the Perini Corp., which owns the Braves. Mellale. who hud been general manager and vice president since moving here from tli Detroit Tigers mure than two years ago, was moved up to tlie presidency last month by owner Lou Perini, who said tlio change was madoj lo give the club on site man ngcmcnl and lo put a Iwseball man in charge of the club's future. X ' . m s sntermountain gria giants meet in homecoming here Saturday Inttrrnountaln Cenftrtnc W L T Bend 4 0 0 Pendleton 4 0 0 Redmond 12 0 Baker . 2 2 0 Prinevill 12 1 The Dilles 1 3 0 Ij Grande ISO Hermiston 0 3 1 What: Football! k When: 2:30 p.m. Saturday! Where: New Bruin Ffeld! Who: Pendleton Buckaroo vi. Bend Lava Bears 1 At Stake: Pouible Intermoun-tain Grid title! Tlie above words just about sum up Saturday's exciting clash between powerful Pendleton and Bend. The railbirds have given fifth. rated Pendleton the nod over Donovan winner in first game ; as pro coach By United Press International That old college try made e St. Bonaventure Coach Eddie Donovan a winner in hi pro de but .but even a 43-point performance by Wilt Chamberlain could not prevent Frank McGuire from winding up a loser. Donovan, who built St. Bonaventure into a national power, was impressed by a cohesive team performance that enabled his New York Knickerbockers to beat the Chicago Packers, 120-103, Thursday night while Mc- Guire's Philadelphia Warriors bowed to the Los Angeles Lakers, 118-113. Opens NBA Season Tlie doubleheader at Madison Square Garden opened the Na tional Basketball Associations H 1161 -62 season. Donovan's Knicka had no indi vidual star but five scored in double figures and the team took the lead for good at 58-56 when Whltey Martin connected with a jump shot early in the third pe riod. The Knlcks led by as much as 19 points in the fourth period when the Packers the new franchise In the NBA went five minutes and 10 seconds without scoring a point. Johnny Green had 27 points and Willie Naulls 2i to lead the Knickerbockers while Richie Gucrin weighed in with 21, Phil Jordan had 17 and Darrell Inv hoff connected for II, Ralph Bel lamy scored 29 points for the Packers. Chamberlain, tlie 7-foot, 1-Inch giant who has set NBA scoring records In each of his two years in tlie circuit, shot a bit more from tlie corners than In the past but still did his most effective work under the boards. He made 21 field goals and six of 12 free throws In what amounted to a one-man effort. But McGuire, who comnlled a brilliant record at the University of North Carolina, wound up a loser anyway because Elgin Bay lor scored 35 points and Jerry West pumped in 32 for tlie Lak ers. Except for Chamberlain, no Warrior scored more than 14 points. Mickey Wright again favored SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPD-The Ladies Professional Golf Association season comes to an end here this weekend with long. hitting Mickey Wright favored to make tlie $7,500 Civitan Open crown a record llth tour triumph. The tall California blonde, who already has clinched tlie year's money winning laurels and holds an almost insurmountable edge in the race for the Vara Trophy, is riding the crest of the most sue cessful tour in hot spectacular ca iter. Thanks lo fcl.500 pocketed for ouKHMnnoing the Las Vegas, Ncv. open field by nine strokes last weekend, Miss Wright teed off in the opening round of tha M-hole windup affair today with (21,327 in the bank. , That's so far in front of the 315,388 earned by runnerup Betsy Rawls that even the $1,301 first prize money wouldn't maka Miss Hauls a threat. Miss Rawls will have one consolation, however. Miss Wright won't be able to surpass the record one-year earnings of $28,744 Miss Rawla compiled In IX. Miss Wright's Las Vegas tri umph was her 10th of tha year and matched the one-season record previously owned exclusively by Mis Ilawuj. Calder reports to Buckaroos PORTLAND ITI) - Us Calder, a 20-year-old right wing, has reported to the Portlant Buckaroos of the Western Hockey Lcaguo for a five-game tryout, Calder was sent to Portland at Die request of tlie Toronto Maple l.eafs of the National Hockey League. rf rf Bend. But local viewers of tha lo cal sports scene say anything can happen. Bend should be fired sky-high for this one. After all. It's Homecoming. Also, members of the Bend Athletic Assn. have been almost living with the boys all week. Coaches have drilled their charges without letup until last night's practice. Underdogs Before Savs Bend Coach Tom Winbii!- ler, "Sure, I know that we are the underdogs. But we've been un derdogs before. We won t be giving anything away." Winbigler will be throwing the fine running of a trio of backs, led by halfback Jim Dexter, against the passing of Pendleton's Tony Svetich and the running of Jim Christensen and Gary Herford. Dexter is a consensus all-confer ence player who can go all the way any time he gets his hands on tlie ball. If he should have a good day, and if his speedy teammate Dave Fletcher, or the powv. erhouse fullback Gerald hereon can break away. Bend will be in the ball game. Svetich, the accurate Pendleton passer, coidd be tlie difference, Bend coaches think. It will all depend upon how Bend's pass de fense reacts. Svetich is labeled a great ball handler and passer by Winbigler. Christensen, the fullback, weighs about 180 and Is hard lo bring down. Bend has chalked up six straight victories. But so has Pendleton. Twice In Twe Years Pendleton has defeated Bend twice in the last two years, 14-7 here in 1039 and 19-13 at Pendleton in 1960. The Bucks run out of the T-formation with split ends and flanker backs. Svetich takes to the air about 33 per cent of tlie time, a high average for high school. Last year, Bend, Pendleton and The Dalles tied for the league crown. Bend was picked to represent the league in the state play offs. Both teams are eager to win as a sort of ' playoff for last year's tie. '- Bend again will be without the services of backs Mike Genna and BUI Tye. Both were Injured two weeks ago. The rest of the club is In excellent condition, Winbigler said. Aside from the game, a Home coming queen will be crowned at haitume. A large - crowd is ex pected. The Pendleton Bend game headlines Intermountain League grid play this weekend but there will be three other games, all Fri day night. Baker faces The Dalles at The Dalles, La Grande journeys to Prineville and Hermiston will play at Redmond. ; Baker and The Dalles are rated fairly equal. Prineville Is favored to upend La Grande and Redmond Is a two touchdown favorite to down Hermiston. Ducs hoping fo snap loss streak By United Press International Oregon's Injured-riddled Ducks will be out to snap a three-game losing streak Saturday, The Ducks, with several halfbacks on the Injured list, take on speedy San Jose. State at Eugene at 1:30 p.m. Oregon State will meet Arizona State at Tcmpe, Aril., at 7 p.m. (PST. Both Oregon and the Beavers enter their games with 1-3 records. The Ducks are favored to boat San Jose State,-which has a 3-2 mark, by one touchdown. Oregon State rates as a slight favorite against Arizona State, which has won three ot four starts tins season, Top Passer Oregon will be facing tlio na- lion's leading passer in the Spartans' talented quarterback Chon Gallegos. Gallegos. who also ranks fourth in tlie nation in total offense, has : completed 54 of 83 passes in five games this season for 720 yards, i The Ducks have won all live previous meetings with San Jose State. Terry Baker, Oregon State's brilliant Junior quarterback, will lead the Beavers against the Sun Devils. " j Baker pacd Oregon State's comeback attempt against Wisconsin last weekend In which the Badgers came up with a 23-20 victory. j It will be the Beavers' first ; football competition with Arizona State. . I BOWLING Before 7:00 P.M. Week Days Sat- Sun., 35c ,40 Holidays 4 Evenings New Open Bowllna At Cascade Bowl Phone IV 2-1392 Per ReMrvtin 744 Bend BACKRELD STARS Halfback Bob Thorn at left, and Fullback Jim Christensen, right, are tha ground gaining stars of tha Pendleton Bucks, They will start against Bend at 2:30 Saturday. Christensen is rated ona of outstanding backs in Intermountain Conference. Bulletin Sports BILL THOMPSON, EDITOR Big 5 teams aim on Rose By Hal Wood UPI Stiff Writer It's Washington vs. Stanford and California vs. Southern California on tlie Big Five grid menu tlvis week and the winners will be taking dead aim on a Rose Bowl berth. While UCLA, the pre-scason favorite sits back and plays another Intersectional (against Pitt) before plunging into the Big Five competition, the other four teams square off in mighty battles that will attrac( nearly 60.000 fans each. The USG-Cal encounter is the regional televised game of tlie week with the return to action of Injured men. The Huskies welcomed back Charlie Mitchell, the speed-going halfback 'who sat out California's 21-14 upset of Washington last week. Card Star Returns . And the Indians got help where it is sorely needed, in the back-field, when Tim Hansel rejoined the squad. Hansel has been out since he was injured Sept. 9. He was a halfback, but coach Jack Curtice is so short of fullbacks that Tim may go in that position. Willie BroWn was on the sidelines when Notre Dame polished off USC, 30-0, last week. But this lime, coach Marv Levy of California is expecting that Brown, whom he calls one of the finest football players in the country, to be ready. However, USC coach Johnny McKay is less certain. He announced in Los Angeles that it is "very doubtful" that Willie will play against tlie Bears. But tlie Trojan advance man, Don Simonian, says Brown "may not start," but he'll definitely play. The Trojans bring a 1-3 record Into Memorial Stadium at Berke ley and a lot of the blame is placed on tlie fact that eight starters have been on the injury list since the season started. In other big games, Oregon takes on San Jose State; Oregon State plays Arizona State, Idaho visits tlie Army, Washington State meets Indiana, and Arizona places its unbeaten record on tlie line against New Mexico. Tailback Bobby Smith, the Big EM1 neVrens see jM7 3 1005 Galvtston taking dead Bowl berth Five's leading scorer, Is listed as a doubtful starter for UCLA when the Bruins tangle with Pitt However, his understudy, Mickey Haffner. who led the Bruins past Vanderbilt last week, is ready for action. Idaho, which has won only one game all year, steps out of its class to meet Army. The Vandals are given very little chance, although coach Skip Stanley has not given up. The Arizona State-Oregon State clash at Tcmpe could be tlie best of the day. The Beavers were supposed to be tough with coach Tommy Protho switching from the single wing to the T-formation this year. But they've dropped three out of four, and they could get knocked over again by the Sun Devils, who have lost only to Utah. This battle features the great Terry Baker of Oregon State and rolliij' Nolan Jones of Arizona State. Roseburg faces Marshfield By United Press International Undefeated Roseburg, the second ranked team in the Oregon Journal high school football Coaches' poll, will meet eighth-rated Marshfield at Marshfield tonight. Roseburg will be seeking Its seventh victory in a row in the game against twice-beaten Marshfield. Roseburg defeated North Salem, which made it to tlie finals of tlie state playoffs last year, last weekend. Top-rated Beaverton. also unbeaten in six games this season, plays host to Centennial Saturday. Medford. ranked Uiird ai'ter be ing knocked from the top spot in tlie poll by Klamath Falls last weekend, is at Areata, Cam. Fifth-rated Pendleton, which also has a 6-0 record, meets tough Bend at Bend Saturday. 'SHIM In keeping with today's trend to smart oppearance ond harmoni eus decoration, Ashley wood heaters meet the challenge-available In 4 new decorator colors vm ursmm OF ASHLEY CLAIMS Westside Hardware Your Home Town Hardware; Ph. EV 2 4341 ' Alley 3F - Classic League W L Bend Troy Laundry .... 16 8 The Elks 16 8 Stover-LeBlanc 13 11 Sherfy Candy . 12 H Wakefield's Garage 12 12 Prineville Lumber 11 13 M & J Tavern - 10 14 Midget Drive In 6 18 This week s matches: Tlie Llks 4, M It J Tavern, 0; Bond-Troy Laundry 3, Prineville Lumber, 1: Sherfy Candy, 3: Stover Le Blanc, 1; Wakefield s Garage, 3; Midget Drive In, 1. Individual honors: Bud McCal- Uster, 259 game, 675 series, both new highs for the season. Other high games: Jim Bowles, 256; Rube Ells, 245. Series: Rube Ells, 636: Elmer Brown, 620; Al Harrington, 606; Jim Bowles, 600. High team scores: The fciks, 1,037 game; Sherfy Candy, 2,841 series. Eagles Mixed League. W L Left Wing 15 9 Right Wing 14 10 Eyes 14 iO Feathers 14 10 Beak 12 12 Ears 11 13 Talons 9 15 Claws 7 17 Tbis week's matches: Beak 4, Right Wing 0; Feathers 4, Talons 0: Ears 3, Left Wing 1; Claws 3, Eyes 1. Individual honors: Ray Howard, 196 game, 534 series: Happy An derson, 181. game; Doris Thomp son, 488 series. Series over 500: Milt Thompson, 525; Darrell Pipes, 517; Dan Anderson, 515; Les Duncan, 511. High team scores: Ears, 790 game; Beak, 2,207 series. Junior High League W L Big Bad Bowlers 9 0 Tasmanian Devils 8 1 Dynamiters 6 3 Connolly raps AAU for its anti-democracy-' LOS ANGELES (UPI) For mer Olympic and world champion hammer thrower Hal Connolly, one of the leaders in the revolt of track and field stars against the Amateur Athletic Union, says he never again will compete in an AAU sponsored meet. Connolly, who failed to repeat his championship throw of the 1956 Olympics when he lost in tlie 1960 Olympic Games, made the announcement Thursday night In a television Interview. He told Gil Stratton of KNXT that "The AAU allows tlie athlete no voice in its organization. It should foster the principles of democracy." The outspoken Connolly, a pop ular figure at track meets throughout the nation, charged that one of the chief abuses of tlie AAU was its surrender to segregation. He said that the AAU sent an all- Caucasian team to South Africa and also mentioned an incident in Corpus Christi, Tex., where the AAU failed to stand up for Negro athletes who had been segregated. Another Biq Weekend n (-BEND The Station That Brings You Everything Saturday 2:30 P. M. LAVA BEARS Bend 5:30 FOOTBALL Get Your Score 6:45 Oregon State Direct from Tempe FOR THE BEST KBND 1110 Your Powerful Dizzy Dames- -. 6 I Pin Smashers 3 6 Stri-kings 3 Misses and Missers 1 8 , Great Gutter Getters ..0 9 High individuals: Luella Sig-mund, 160 game: Linda Howe, 278 series. Jim Frazee, 159 game, 296 series. High team scores: Pin Smashers, 783 game; Tasmanian Devils, 1,499 series. Pro bowling league formed PORTLAND (UPI) The formation of a six-team Oregon State Professional Bowling League to start Nov. 26 was announced here Thursday. Teams gaining permanent franchises were Portland, Salem, Eugene, Roseburg, Medford and Klamath Falls. Current plans call for all bowling establishments in tlio six areas that agree to share the purchase price of tlie franchise sharing ownership. A non-playing coach plus eight players will make up each team. The contracts are good for one year with an option on the following system. The schedule and team names will be released in a few days. Signing of players is scheduled to get under way immediately. Tha season will run for 30 weeks with all games scheduled for Sunday. Now Thru Sunday ICARONCHEVAUER cm ah ten uorit BOYER BUCHHOLZ TECHNICOLOR Rlf5) ft WARNER BROS. 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