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EIGHT MEDFORD (OREGON) MAIL TRIBUNE Wednesday, March 14, 1956 Klamath Downs McMinnville In High School A-l Tourney o Medford Meets Beaverton Today Eugene (U.P) Defending Statehampion Eugene squared on against r-enaieion ioaay in n the first full-day of action of the 1956 class A-l high school bas ketball tournament. South Salem jjiet Franklin in the sec ond morning game. o In the two first round games that opened the five-day meet here last night, Lincoln of Port land and Klamath Falls posted initial wins. Lincoln, a team that had to win a -playoff to get into the tourney after ending the Port land league deadlocked for third spot, stole the opening night show", as the Cardinals bested Central Catholic, 46-44. Central Leads Central led all the way until the final three minutes. With 2:40 remaining Jim Cloutier, who scored 17 points, gave Lin coln its first lead at 42-40. After ties at 42 and 44, George Miller sank a pair from the charity stripe with 20 seconds still to play to finish out the scoring and give Lincoln its win. Klamath Falls led all the way in topping McMinnville 51-46. Earl Tichenor, 6-4. 215-pounder pumped in 25 to lead the Peli cans. McMinnville was within one point at 18-17 at the end of the first panel. From there Klamath Falls moved into a safer advantage and left little doubt of what the outcome would be. Marlyn Ritchie hit 14 for McMinnville. Today's Games In afternoon games today O North Salem took on Milwaukie O at 1:45 and Beaverton and Medford met at 3:00. Two night games complete the first round schedule with Marsh- field and Mac-Hi colliding at 7:30 and Corvallis and Jefferson, the state's third ranked team, facing off at 8:45. All 16 teams see action Thurs day as play rolls into the consolation and championship brackets. Teams picking up their second loss tomorrow will drop from the field. PCC All-Star Team Named Los Angeles (U.R) Champion UCLA landed two players today on an All-Pacific Coast Conference basketball team selected by the nine PCC coaches. Coaches selected Willie Naulls arid Morris aft, both UCLA seniors; Larry Beck, a junior of Washington State; George Sel-leck, a Stanford University senior, and Brunp Boin, a Washington sophomore for the first team. Gambee Named The first team's combined scoring average totaled 98.9 points a game. Named coaches to a second team were Dave Gambee, Oregon State; Earl Robinson, California; Jack Dunne, Southern California; and Barry Brown and Bill Bond, both of Stanford. Players receiving honorable mention were Bob Blake and Larry Friend, California; Jay Buhler, Idaho; Max Anderson and Charlie Franklin," Oregon; Larry Hauser, Jack Lovrich and Tony Psaltis, Southern California; and Jim Coshow and Doyle Perkins, Washington. Use Tribune Want Ads Quick in Results! Tribune MEDFORDak St. Helens Meets Ontario Tonight for A-2 Basketball Title Salem U.R) The Lions of St. Helens and the Tigers of Ontario meet tonight for Oregon's first class A-2 high school basketball championship. St. Helens and Ontario made their way through semi-final round opposition but it was not an easy chore for Ontario. St Helens gained the title picture in comparative ease as the Lions rolled over Coquille 74-64 yes terday. Ontario owed its spot, and a 61-59 win over St. Francis of Eugene, to a pair of charity tosses by Jerry Doman when only seconds remained in an overtime period. Win in Overtime The Tigers took an early 22-9 lead over St. Francis but saw it dwindle until they were on the short end of a 28-26 half-time count. By the end of regulation playing time it was a 57-57 standoff. The clubs matched points until the final seconds when Doman sank his pair of gifters for the win. Stew Robertson garnered 32 to lead the Saints while Earl Doman checked in with 20, high for Ontario. Marlin Marsh contributed 34 points for St. Helens as the Lions rolled to the 74-64 win PGA B reaks Rule For Ike Visit St. Petersburg, Fla. -(U.R) The Professional Golfers Assn. conceded today that rules are meant to be broken especially when a fellow has a date with President Eisenhower. The PGA's problem started when Sammy Snead asked to start the final round of the Miami Open March 25 early so that he can keep a golfing date in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., with the President. It was quickly pointed out that Snead would be violating two PGA rules. But, on the other hand, PGA supervisor Ray O'Brien couldn't see the point of refusing to let one of its members fraternize with the President of the United States. So . . . O'Brien added the committee's action on such "an unusual request" would have to be approved at a later date but he predicted "it should not be much trouble to get it approved." CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT 7:00 Tonight KYJC Dial 1230 over Coquille. The Lions, as a team, shot a sizzling .483 from the field to lead throughout. High for Coquille was Don Nel son with 22. Molalla Defeats Stayton In consolation play Molalla dumped Stayton, 45-33, and Redmond trounced Newport, 81-48. Wally Aho pushed through 13 to lead Molalla while Bob Roy paced Stayton with 10. Redmond rode to the consola tion round finals behind a 24 point afternoon on the part of Earl Schult and 19 contributed by Joe Peterson. Louis LeMaster was high for the Cubs with 15. Molalla and Redmond meet this afternoon at 2:30 for the consolation title. St. Francis and Coquille tangle at 7:30 p.m. for third place honors and the championship game is billed for 8:45 p.m. in m Basilio fjl ' Ston Blue Ribbon Bouts Presents World Welterweight Championship BASILIO 10 ny SAXTON Carmen vs. Steve Ellis reports the blow-by-blow action direct from ringside KYJO dial 1230 ABC Radio Network O I S Two more favorites bit the dust today as the surprise-packed NCAA basketball carnival completed its lineups for Friday's regional tournaments. At New York Tuesday night, Dartmouth turned in a major upset by whipping West Virginia, 61-59, in overtime on a long shot by Larry Blades with three seconds left, and speedy Connecticut handed one-time conqueror Manhattan an 74-75 defeat. In two other first-round tourney games at Wichita, Kans., the favorites came through but only after bad scares. Southern Methodist, a heavy favorite, had to stall out the final 46 seconds of play to defeat Texas Tech, 68-67, and tall Okla- Uhoma City had to rally from a 12-point deficit to score what only seemed like a comfortable 97 81 decision over Memphis State. UCLA-San Francisco Here are the pairings for the regionals on Friday: At Philadelphia: Connecticut-Temple, Dartmouth-Canisius; at Iowa City: Kentucky-Wayne, Iowa-Morehead; at Lawrence, Kans.: Kansas St.-Oklahoma City, Houston-SMU; at Corvallis, Ore.: UCLA-San Francisco; Utah-Seattle. . Friday winners meet at the same sites Saturday night. The Saturday winners go to Evans-ton, 111., where on March 22, the Philadelphia and Iowa City winners clash for the Eastern crown and the Lawrence and Corvallis winners clash for the Western crown. The following night eastern and western winners meet for the national NCAA championship. Basilio Meets Saxton Tonight Chicago (U.R) Craggy-faced Carmen Basilio, a rugged relentless mauler, makes his second defense of the world welter- : weight crown tonight at Chicago : Stadium against ex-champion Johnny Saxton of Brooklyn, ! owner of the fastest hands and ! most nimble legs in the division. This first meeting between slugger Carmen of Chittenango, i N. Y., and the Negro orphan of : Brooklyn, who developed into : an exceptionally slick boxer, is expected to attract 10,000 fans : and $75,000. AND BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 8:45 Jefferson - Corvallis Direct From Eugene TOPS FOR SPORTS KYJC YOUR MAIL TRIBUNE STATION SF Seals Win Second ; Training Camp Victory Deland, Fla. (U.R) The San ! Francisco Seals won their sec- ond straight victory of the new I training season yesterday by de- I teating Rochester of the Inter national League, 5-4. The Pacific Coast League team I apparently iced the game in the i third inning with a four-run out-! burst, but Hal Buckwalter saved ; it. in the ninth. He made a spec-! tacular catch against the fence I with two out and two men on. High School Scores HIGH SCHOOL SCORES (A-l Tourney at Eugene) Lincoln 46. Central Catholic 44 Klamath Falls 51, McMinnville 46 (A-2 Tournev at Salem) St. Helens 74. Coquille 64 Ontario 51. St. Francis 59 (overtime) Molalla 45. Stayton 34 Redmond 81, Newport 48 TUESDAY TRIPLES LEAGUE Vera Cummings of Hoo Doos rolled high game of 201 and high series of 548. Mable Clark of C-H-C had 512 and Helene Culy of the same team rolled 506. Alice Harris of Three Flats picked up the 6-7-10 split. Standings: w. L. C-H-C 35 9 Three Flats 32 12 Keglers 24 20 Three Spots . 23 21 Hoo Doos 14 30 Alley Cats i 4 40 Results: Keglers 1 Hoo Doos 3 V. Knox 476 A. Wilson 444 B. Henson 437 V. Cummings 548 M.Spaunhorst 348 J. Wilson 369 1251 1361 Three Spots 2 Allev Cats 2 G. Blind 417 P. Mathes 428 M. Holden 404 L. Keener 346 A. Gebhart 444 V. Findley 447 1265 1221 C-H-C 4 . Three Flats 0 H. Culy 506 T. Farrar 394 O. Henson 394 F. Dotv 406 M. Clark 512 A. Harris 494 1412 1294 CLASSIC LEAGUE Standings: W. L. E. H. Mann Co. 9 3 Mogan Lumber Co 8V2 3V2 Hammer's Sporting Goods .... 8 4 Walker Real Estate 7 12 4,i Henry's Drive In 7 5 Sam's Sporting Goods 6 V2 5U2 Top Notch Cafe 6'2 . 5l2 Pfaff Sewing Center 6 6 Medford Furniture Store 4 8 Valley Music Co 4 8 Hight Real Estate 3 9 Wonder Bur 2 10 Results: Mogan Lbr. 2'A Top Notch l'.i J. Clark 630 H. Shaw 529 F. Chapman 500 G. Piazza 594 B. Dyer 508 C. Hampson 519 C. Proctor 505 D. Harmon 494 J. Morgan 553 T. Jantzer 538 2696 2674 E. H. Mann Co. 2 Sam's Spt. ds. 2 G. Spaunhorst 502 D. Lubbers 488 H. Goode 483 J. Gardner 498 B. Stevens 537 W. White 536 G. Schultz 523 S. Straus 479 F. Anderson 510 H. Schroeder 513 2555 2514 Pfaff Sewing 0 Hammer's Spt. . 4 B. Hawlev 534 C. Pruess 639 B. St. Hilaire 452 C. Hammer 483 L. Webster 476 V. Sprinkle 530 A. Klatt 519 .C. Dawson 598 H. Frye 475 N. Gir 514 2456 2764 Henry's Driveln 4 Medford Furn. 0 G. Barr 558 H. Vessey 438 E. Learning 521 R. Rector 552 P. Morgan 610 S. Van Dyke 540 B. Blunt 526 S. Kurth 506 A. Sacchi 518 N. Hillyer 573 2733 2659 Walker RI. Est. 3 Hight Rl. Est. 1 R. Brock 563 B. Green 507 F. Knox 508 R. DeVore 488 D. LaBar 493 J. Farrar 514 R. Wise' 574 D. Wilson 561 C. Sulivan 580 J. Knapp 494 2718 2564 Wonder Bur I Vallcv Music 3 M. McFarland 563 L. Schneider 559 Absentee 489 R. Hevsell 489 L. Singer 546 G. Clark 488 W. Paterson 465 R. Speer 573 M. Frink 523 F. Driscoll 491 2586 2600 Standings: W. L. Ross Lumber Co 24 12 Towne Beauty Shoppe 22 's 13 V2 Beattv & McDougal 22 14 Keith Bros 20 16 Trowbridge & Flynn 18 '2 17 '2 Davis Transfer 18 18 Starks Finance 15 21 Pick's Apparel 15 21 U S. National Bank 13 23 Local 9208 12 24 Results: Keith Bros. (3) Stark's (!) J. Runtz 445 . E. McCray 417 M. Herman 34 R. Shama 390 O. Wvatt 498 L. Arant 371 J. Crosby 442 R. Walton 359 N.. Keith 473 M. Simmonds 359 Handicap 111 2202 2007 B & M (3) Pick's (1) N. Hollenbeck 462 M. Puett 395 0. Stromp 410 M. White 420 E. Doty 399 J. Coffeen 372 G. Russell 373 J. Carr 319 D. Edwards 338 L. Maggenti 373 Handicap 57 1982 1936 T. and F. (0) Davis Trans. (4) H. Frve 380 D. Gavin 457 D. Paul 347 J. Phvillvs 350 R. Blavlock 327 D. Williams 320 E. Wise 393 G. Paul 314 J. Russell 412 E. Redfield 444 Handicap 147 1859 2032 Ross Lbr. (3) Towne Beauty (1) R. Beard 423 M. Klatt 396 L. Robinson 389 C. Lowd 483 Spaunhorst 475 M. Dver 391 A. Bohannan 469 A. Walton 459 H. Culy 411 V. Corby 381 Handicap 63 2186 2173 U.S. Natl. (4) Local 9208 (0) 1. Schroeder 484 Forfeit T. Pfaff 332 A. Blackburn 366 J. Ingle 411 P. Gardner 506 2099 FUNERAL MONDAY Montreal (U.R) Funeral services for Hector Racine, president of the Montreal Royals of the International League, will be held Monday. Racine died of a heart attack in Miami, Fla., Monday. Southern Oregon College Cagers' rarmg Average Better Than Foes Individually Bill Hollings- Ashland Southern Oregon college broke even with its foes, winning 13 and losing 13, during the regular basketball season but outscored its rivals in the aggregate statistics for the campaign and averaged hotter in its shooting. The Rt-i Raiders rolled up a total of 1799 points to 1764 by adversaries and edged their opponents 6J.2 to 67.8 per game in average, according to figures compiled by Leonard Weber, statistician for the team. In shooting from the field the Raiders had a .463 mark while rival shot .360. SOC bettered the other teams at the free throw line .708 to .645. worth headed the Raiders in several departments, total points, average per game, most free shots made, field goal accuracy and rebounding. The Ashlander Tolled up 502 points for 19.3 per contest. He got 182 counters on free shots, shot .525 from the field and made 292 retrieves from, the backboards. Lloyd Hoffine, No. 2 in Scoring and average with 481 and 18.5, had the most field goals, 184. He was second high in rebounding with 285. Chuck Cran-dall was sharpest at the gift line with an .842 average. Hoffine followed with .790. SOUTHERN OREGON COLLEGE SCORINGS: Hollingsworth. bill Hoifine. Lloyd Bates. Dale . Crandall, Chuck Titus, hal Tenney. Ted Munsell. Guy Biddington. Punk Carlile, Jim Lowrance. Don DePuy, Gene Own Team Totals Opponentsa Totals G FGM FGT Pet. FTM FTT Pet. PT TP 26 160 305 .515 182 240 .758 83 502 26 184 352 .523 113 143 .790 59 481 26 58 130 .438 86 117 .737 77 200 22 44 109 .404 64 76 .842 22 152 21 43 104 .413 44 93 .473 82 130 16 30 98 .306 40 50 .727 33 100 24 37 78 .474 26 50 .520 48 100 18 29 62 .419 13 22 .590 17 71 13 11 23 .479 11 17 .647 10 33 14 6 20 .300 8 16 .500 14 20 12 2 8 .250 6 9 .666 12 10 26 603 1289 -468 593 838 .708 457 1799 . 26 637 1768 .360 490 J60 .645 534 1764 APG 19.3 18.5 7.7 6.9 6.2 6.2 4.2 3.9 2.5 1.4 .8 67.8 FIGHTS By UNITED PRESS London Yolande Pompey, 1703,?, Trinidad. BWI. stopped Moses Ward. 164 'o, Detroit (7). Tampa. Fla. Willie Pep. 127. Tampa. Fla.. outpointed Kid Vampeche, 128. Mexico. (10). Holyoke. Mass. Ted Doncaster. 166, Sakville. N.B. stopped Roger Fernandez! 156. Sacramento, Calif. (2). REBOUNDS: OF DE Total Avg. Hollingsworth .. 153 139 292 11.2 Hoffine .. 127 158 285 10.9 Bates 103 117 220 8.5 Munsell 61 88 149 6.3 Titus 60 83 143 6.8 Crandall 31 35 66 3.0 Tenney 25 36 61 3.9 Biddington 13 21 34 2 0 Lowrance 14 15 29 2 Carlile 2 10 12 1 DePuy 2 10 12 1 Team Totals 599 706 1305 50.2 At CcrvaESis March 16-17 By HOWARD APPLEGATE United Press Sports Writer Corvallis (U.R) If the Western regional NCAA basketball tournament here lives up to past performances some 11,000 fans will get plenty of thrills the nights of March 16 and 17 at Gill coliseum. And with San- Francisco and UCLA meeting in the first game, there will be some top-flight basketball. UCLA was the last team to beat USF, late in 1945. Washington in 1953, California in 1954 and San Francisco last year walked off with the regional title and a berth in the NCAA semi-finals. But not without plenty of suspense and action. O'Brien Twins Remember 1953? That was the year the O'Brien twins, Johnny and Eddie, put Seattle U. on the basketball map. Their long-awaited game with Washington came off here. But big Bob Hou-bregs and company had tpo much height and the dream game turned into .a 90-70 route for Washington. The next night the Huskies were expected to dispose of Santa Clara easily. It didn't turn out that way. The most dramatic moments came near the end of the third quarter when Ken Sears of Santa Clara let fly with a two-hander from the center line. It went through and Santa Clara was right in the ball game. But seconds later, just as the gun ended the quarter, Houbregs cast off from behind the center line. Swish. That broke the Broncs and Washington went on to win. Sears figured in the big moment in 1954, too. Santa Clara was back for another try and went into the final against Southern California. The game went into overtime and with four minutes left Feerick employed some strange strategy. Santa Clara, a point behind, froze the ball as time ticked off and tension mounted. The Trojans glued onto the Broncs like flies. Finally with about 10 seconds left, the ball was fed to Sears who made a drive for the bucket and shot. He missed and USC had the ball game. -More Suspense Last year provided even more suspense. The finale was between San Francisco and Oregon State a duel between Bill Russell of the Dons and Swede Halbrook of Oregon State, a 7-foot 3-inch center. With a couple of minutes to go USF had what seemed to be a safe lead. But Bill Toole of OSC twice stole the ball and the 1 TRU-MIX h Huwuu WHATS THE IDEA OF SAYING "SAMS TO YOU" I EVERY TIME A PRIVATE "SALUTES YOU? W Wt 6 TTT I WAS A PRIVATE ONCE AMD KHOWVHAT THEY'RE THINKlHO: F I WAS A "1 I AMD IN EVERYONE PRIVATE OPINION TRU-MIX CONCRETE CO. 15 SALUTED AS BEST TOWN.' No Job Too Lcrge or Too Small! UNIFORMITY and FULL STRENGTH in Every Load! I CONCRETE C? Beavers crept to within one point. With seconds to go, OSC got the ball out of bounds. It was fed to Ron Robins, the best set shot the Beavers had. He fired and missed and San Francisco had won 57-56 to preserve its winning streak. Royal Announces Two Aides at Washington Seattle (U.R) Darrell Royal, new University of Washington football coach, has announced appointment of two more aides. They are John Baker, line coach under Johnny Cherberg, and Mike Campbell of Vicks-burg, Miss. Baker was an Ail-American guard at Southern California in 1930 and 1931. NAMED TO TEAM Kansas City (U.R) Bill Reigel of McNeese La. State and Carl Cain of Iowa were named today to the U.S. Olympic basketball team. They join Bill Russell and K. C. Jones of San Francisco, Paul Judson of Illinois, Hal Lear of Temple, Willie Naulls of UCLA, Joe Holup of George Washington and Chuck Rolles of Cornell. Nationals Fight In ED Playoffs By UNITED PRESS The Syracuse Nationals and New York Knickerbockers carry their battle for an Eastern Division playoff berth down to the final night of the National Basketball Assn.'s regular season tonight. The Nationals can clinch third place in the Eastern Division and the playoff spot that goes with it by beating the Celtics at Boston. The Knickerbockers, meanwhile, must hope that they can beat the division champion Philadelphia Warriors while the Nationals are losing. Modern veterinary practices are believed to date from the establishment of a veterinary school first opened in the city of Lyoas, France, in 1761. The best Recommendation a whislw can have College Basketball By UNITED PRESS NCAA Tourney 1st Round At New York Connecticut 84, Manhattan 75 Dartmouth 61. West Virginia 59 At Wichita -Southern Methodist 68. Tex. Tech 67 Oklahoma City 97, Memphis St. 81 NAIA Tourney 1st Round At Kansas City Midwestern 87, American Int. 70 Tennessee A & I 86, Indiana Cen. 63 Pacific Lutheran 79, S. Dakota 64 Wheaton 80, Kalamazoo 60 McNeese 88, Georgetown 65 Texas Southern 108. Hastings 81 Elon 77. Pittsburgh State 55 San Diego 77. Alderson-Broaddus 64 TOP CHOICE Bartlesville, Okla. (U.R) The Phillips Oilers have selected Wade (Swede) Holbrook of the Wichita Vicerks as their top choice in a poll for the 1955-56 National Industrial Basketball League All-Star team. k Sra.,2 I '"""its DOTUIW V" Of all the fine whiskies made in Kentucky and these are the world's best Kentuckians themselves overwhelmingly choose Early Times over all other straight whiskies! HAVE BETTER TIMES WITH ISN'T IT TIME YOU TRIED IT? 580 $nio FIFTH W PINT KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY : 86 PROOF EARLY TIMES DISTILLERY COMPANY LOUISVILLE 1, KY. 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