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   Walla Walla Union-Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 31, 1965, Walla Walla, Washington                               Gary Player, Wonderboy. Wins Australian Open ADELAIDE, Australia Gary Player, South Africa's wonderboy of golf, won the Aus- tralian Open championship Sat- urday by six strokes after post- ing another spectacular 62 in the third round and then finishing the 72-hole test with a 69 for an aggregate of 264. Jack Nicklaus of Columbus, Ohio, who started the final day four strokes ahead of Player, zoomed to a 70 in the third round and then took a 71 in the fourth round. Par is Frank Phillips of Australia, registered 66-69 for his two rounds and pulled into a tie with Nicklaus for second place honors at 270. Player, already the U.S. Open champion and winner of two world titles in international competition this summer, was threatened with a two stroke penalty for slow play but it was disallowed. Whatever chance Nicklaus had of catching up with Player, who also had a 62 in the open- ing round on Thursday, went down the drain on the second hole of the final round. The American smashed his drive deep into the rough and when the ball was found it was un olayable. He took a 7 on the Recorded in Run Wa-Hi's Junior Varsity won its Friday cross-country 17-40 here Friday against Clarkston at Bor- leske Stadium, but the Varsity lost to its Clarkston counterpart, 34-22. Junior Varsity Jack York, 1st, Mike Meiners, 2nd, Steve Bu- ley, 3rd, Bill Korfhage, 4th Frank Corkrum, 7th, Colville Rides 20-7 Over Irish Ore. Freshmen Down Huskies EUGENE (AP) The Oregon Frosh took a 20-0 first quarter lead on Eric Olson's passing, then held off the Washington Pups for a 33-22 football victory Fridav. Rioting Big; Pre-game Is Called Off RICHLAND-All pro game ac- TJniojvBijlletin 11 Waila Walla, Wash., Sunday, Oct. 31, 1965 41 Cars Entered In NASCAR Race ROCKIXGHAM, (AP) for the Richlami-Dau.-, The last six cars were added COLVILLE (Special) De-l Olson, a Spokane game Friday were can- Saturday to the 44-car field for i" it t i ..11 _ i i-i t. wi an Prineville Trims Tigers 23-7 in Tilt V iLjt-lHj V I v _ ------_ __ j w v v w _ai Sales' Irish from Walla Walla'threw three touchdown pasj.es. celed after a not Fhurb Sundays first annual American, ._ bowed 20-7 here Friday nieht to two of them to end Dave Gibson da> night imolung about .MMOOmile rare at the new North LA fS r a touch Colville team aiid a of Springfield, in the first quar- with dubs, nxk torches Carolina Motor Speedway 'Jr-nneviue (rook tei and "Molukn cockUuK Ford driver G C Spencer La ..wv" iAfVi17'Q1' COUUJc (Jl UJ. CtllVo. nfen-47 The Irish were stopped twice, Washington .cored twice m R.chland police officers had tof Player of the title. Jeff Buerstatte.nin, d the s-econd quarter on runs of ID to dodge torches and exploding The victory was worth Tprpv first downs DeSales tallied it-, and 4 ards, by halfback George bottles of gasoline as the> at-for Claudr MiMrlanc nnf a MlPfk Rich York, 1st, 13.26, Jerry IirSl JjeOUlCS 1UJ cannnH half .____u .-...u J.1IC Vltiuiv to Player. Nicklaus got a check York, 1st 13.2 K Jerrv for S812. ,Rea, 5th, Jim Benefiel, for Peter Thomson of Australia was fourth at 271, and Bob Charles of New Zealand fifth at 275. Player had rounds of 62-71-62- 69 for his four trips over the yard layout while Nicklaus had 66-63-70-71. Phillips posted 71-64-66-69. 8th. 15 32; Jerry Hensley, 9th, 15 33; Ken Crawford, llth, Ray Engf-ui, uiu, Reid, 14th, 16'20. Jan Bowling Siesta Time High scores: Mary Treganowan 204, Dubae (sub) 539, Economy 863, 2519 Results: Mode Beauty Salon 2, The Oasis Z; Rembold Construction IV4, Marsh Avlttlon Vfii Economy Cleaners 3, Wond- Bread 1; Pantorium Cleaners 2, De- tenus Bake Shoppe 2; Team No. 1, Electronic Service 2. Elks High scores: S. Amen 235, Schoessler 584, Red Sox 1076, Commandos Results: Uonghorns 4, Aces 0; Sparkles 4 Yankees 0; Screwballs 3, Braves 1; Red Sox Karpls Gang 1; Commandos Antlers 1. Ladles Classic High scores: Florence Jones Helene Kenney 585, Fuller Brush 832, Results: Music Mart 2, Berry Electric 1; Empire Rug 2, Olympia 1; Fuller Brush 3, Huntington Cummlngs 0. VA Hospital High scores: Frakes 207, Desisa 524, Morris 205, Rease 529, Dodgers 816, 4, Red Sox Yankees 4, Indians 0; Pirates 4, lies o; Legs 3, Cardinals Pen Mixed High scores: R. Atkinson 213, 553, S, (-Balls 1; Dings 2, Hypos 2; Twisters 2, Curios 2; Klmks t, Pen Pals 2 Eagles High scores: Sid Conner 232, Dlpple 232, 590, Miller's Industrial Clean- ers 1073, DuBois Chemical 3116. Miller's Ind. Cleaners 4, J first downs." DeSales tallied its, ana DynauoacK ueorge bottles ot gasoline a, the> single seven in the 2nd tiame tempted to catch trvmg 59 or to st to of uood ,ri tion and Doug booted ees 4, Indians 0; Pirates i-nn- or Dodgers 4, White Sox 0; Red 3, Orioles l; Braves 3, Senators 1; nals 3, Tigers 1; Giants 3, Cubs 1. Dennis C. Paint Chemical 4, Eagles 0; Eagles Lounge 4, Allessio Memorials 6- Pavless Drug 3, Pancake House 1; Silver Supper Club 3, Laufer Exeavihng 1; Rembold Construction 2, Albertson s 2 Moonwatchers High scores: Hank Erdman 249, 600, Paloma Anderson 195, June Strutners 486, Masqueraders 818, 4 Blanks 2282 Results: Wayouts 3, Haibim i; Mas- queraders 3, Astronots I, 4 Blanks 4, Cartwheels 0; Moonshots 3Vz, Linkels Vi, Hoot Owls 3, Spacecats 1; Charlie Brown 43! Inconsistants 1; If Allev 3, Alley Woo'ps 1; Moonshiners 3, Martians 1. Thursday Engineer Women High scores: Norma Jump, 197, 561, Term.tes 792, Krazy Kats 2232 Results: Termites 4, Beer Mugs 0, 4, Splitters 0, Tigerettes 4, 0; Krazy Katz 2, Triples 2. Merchants 3, Section 1 High scores: Byron Dague 247, 628, Fleenor-S Super Duper 1 12, 3016 Foytack Calls Quits To Baseball By BUD MAY Longview Daily News KELSO, Wash. (AP) A pro- sessional baseball career span- ning 17 years, including more than 10 seasons in the major leagues and the past one in Ja- pan, is at an end for Paul Foy- tack, former Detroit Tiger and Los Angeles Angel pitcher. In an interview at the Kelso home of a brother, Ed Foytack, the veteran right-hander said he has decided the 1965 season, spent with the Chinichi Dragons, a Japanese major league team, will be his last. Having had a first hand look! at Japanese baseball in 1962 when the Tigers made a post season tour of Japan, Foytack decided to give it a whirl. He had no contract when he flew to Japan last spring, but after a workout was signed by the Dragons. The Japanese Cen- tral League team is based at Nagoya, a city of some 2 million people. Foytack's wife and four chil- dren joined him in Japan in April, remained through most of the season and flew home to Detroit late in August. Foytack said he pitched about 50 innings for the Dragons and posted a 2-2 record for his final year in baseball. He was signed out of Techni- cal High School in Scranton, Pa by the Tigers in 1949 and advanced through the minor leagues to reach the parent club first in 1953. He was back in 1955 to stay until he was traded in 1963 to the Los Angeles Angels Scores REGIONAL PREP SCORES Friday Games Walla Walla 7, Kennewick 0 Colville 20, DeSales 7 Pioneer 13, Carmichael 0 Pomeroy 20, Waltsburg 12 Wenatchee 26, Pasco 6 Richland 12, Davis 7 Eisenhower 22, Moses Lake 0 Pendleton 45, Mac-Hi 19 Prineville 25, La Grande 7 Hermiston 26, Bend 14 Redmond 27, Baker 6 Umatilla 25, McEwen 6 Heppner 26, Sherman 7 Enterprise 12, Elgin 0 How Poll Leaders Fared CLASS AA Seattle d) trounced Meadowdale Davis (2) was upset by Richland 12-7 Gonzaga (3) beat Shadle Park 14-12 Thursday the PAT. Dennis Gowan had a night on Irish defense tackles and Harvey was only Irish ground-gainer with 51 yards total. Levens also played a good defensive game The loss leaves the Irish 5-2-1 for the season, with their final contest against Othello on Nov. 11. Colville's Randy ick did all the scoring for Cohille against DeSales with a 60-yard run in the the mcloc severa! pe ci a 1) County Cow- Ford driver G C Spencer La Grande's Ti- opped Friday's qualifiers with heff Friday night 136 mile an nour average La Grande'? sole TD com- for four lap> He will start 17th ing the fourth frame on a the lineup one-vard run by Don Kelly and money for the NASCAR a PAT run bv Duane Milliard. Hard-driving Pnneulle scored once in each quarter on a pass Ill ll A The PUDS scored their final broken, a car hemisphencal engine eood u, P scorea ineir nnai door ,n ca, s touchdown against the Frosh dows brok and ,orches and the reserves m the final quarter. jbottles flf thtown dt po. in a PK mouth powered by a from Lance Stnker to Larry Pendieton's Bucks Blast Mac-Hi 45-19 MILTON-FREEWATER (Spe- cial) Pendieton's Buckaroos lice cars One squad car had to be from the scene tot keep it from burning up Police said the mob began to gather about 9pm. around jun- ior-class stockpiles of lumber that was to be used for the Myers, a run by Ray Fi-her, a '-vard run oy Ernie Peterson, and another 2-yard run bv Fisher and PAT run Dick Richardson who'd intended to kick bpfcre ge" "3 a high hike Prmeville's runs into the end zone all came after Ions down- field drives. Prmeville had 14 SEATTLE Approximately downs, compared to La UW-WSU Ducats Go On Sale the 4th. Passes from Xovako 34-7 Pierce (4) blanked Lakes 20-0 Stadium (5) edged Lincoln, Tac, Shelton (7) shut out Montesano A 14-0 East Bremerton (8) beat Central Kit- sap 41-7 Thursday Central Valley (10) dumped University vick to Bud Benson were good for two PATs. to a 45-19 Mac-Hi here Friday night j in a fast-scoring game that saw First Downs YARDSTICK DeSales 12 33-0 CLASS A 20-0 E. Valley, Spo, (1) beat Chewelah -0 Marquette (2) blanked Naches Castle Rock (3) beat Wsshougal 27-19 St. Martin's (4) clowned Eatonvllle 12- 0 Thursday Foster (5) defeated Sumner AA 27-4 Highland (6) beat Granger 20-7 Lake Stevens (7) trounced Monroe 41-13 CLASS B Orting (1) dumped Wright A 33-6 Mossyrock (2) was upset by Toledo Entiat (5) defeated Peshastin-Dryden Yards Gained Rushing 159 Yards Lost Rushing 20 Net Yards Rushing 139 Yards Gained Passing 120 Total Net Yards 259 Passes Attempted 23 Passes Completed 11 Punting 2-32 Kickoff Returns 4-152 Colville 13 317 teams on offense 6-0 20-6 OTHER SCORES The game marked Mac-Hi's last home game of the season. Pendieton's Nathan Clayton Iji bulled home from the 7 in the 30511st period for the initial Bucka- score. In the 2nd, Jim Gor- homecommg rally FncK-n night reserved seat tickets Grande's 5 Ten or 15 youths had fire ex- for the Washington-Washington Prineville tinguishers and were sprav ing State Unuersity football game L Grande 20 will co on sale at _____ the UW. ticket office Monday at R a m hmited number of tickets houses had been placed on the be hpld for out.0f-town mail 1 About eight officers finallv ordeis There Wlll no gen- 6 (5 SKVnXG cimiPIOVSH1PS PORTLAND AP) The Pa- ps will be at the succeeded in breaking up the eral riot and dispersing the crowd tnl, kete Silxer Skate Ice Rmk and Friday. Some 100 skaters At 11 30 p m a group of 75 The reserved seats are low in from Oregon. Wasnmgfon. Idaho youths, earning torches and the closed end of the stadium and Montana will compete. The e-filW charged and in the north half nf the past winners will qualify for the Pa- the field toward the him- end bleachers Tickets will be cific Coast in Yards Penalized Fumbles by Fumbles Lost Score by Quarters- (V) DeSales (H) Colville 3-36 2 2 7 0 _ __ 'cH-l Uic it1 at Litt: iL4iii- ruiu uicavutio A _ man ran 20 for another spm ftre to dejd hmited to four per purchaser Los in December TD Dan the way After the change, the rioters d'spersed Police Chief Robert Marshall 2-24 TOO TD with Dan Svetich kick Idling the PAT. Mac-Hi then scored iia yard smash by Terry Martin ran his own PAT. Pendle- 7-20 ICCIIUI 9 Results: Sherwood Roberts 4, Mahan Fuel Co. 0; The Hub 3, J F. McDonald Agency 1; Birch Creek Arabians 3, Zel- Paper Co. l; Fleenor's Super Duper 2, Gohlman's Grocery 2 P Merchants 3, Section 2 Hiah scores: August Linke 263, 655, Cummins Athletic supply 1034, Graves- Athletic 4, Frontier Machinery 0; Williams Lumber 3, Derby Electric I; Graves-Anderson 3, Malcolm- Bierwwen 1; Woiblet's 2, Sporleder-s 2. M-F Commercial, Section 3 High scores: Jerald Salyer 239. Lew 550, Surefires 839, Surfires, I Bd. of Dir. 2317. Oregon lank Pr ce's IGA 3, Glenn's Barber Shop 1; Farmer's Market 3, Akers Jonw l; valley Farms 2, Surefires 2, Elks 2, Twin City Bd. of Dir. 2. High scores: 204, 547, PGG 973, Eleanor's Monogram 2716. Results: Umatilla Cafl 3, Pioneer Bowl i- aide's Cafe 2. Vera's Beauty Shop I'-, Leader 4, Mob.le Service 0; Eleanor's LnoVam_3, Hi-Way Drug 1; PG6 Twin Foytack finished the 1964 sea- son with Syracuse, N Y. In his best years with the Tigers he averaged 15 victories a season. The retiring pitcher said he has no definite plans but hopes to enter the field of sales pro- motion. _. City 3, Farm Chemical Price Finance 0. M-F Scratch 1; PGG 4, High scores Powell 601, Rupert Stone 246, Walt Results: 'Lulsi Truck t Bowiaway 1; City Light Mattson's 1, All Coast 2, Totem Bowl 1. Early Birds Hiqh scores- Irene Eiseie 182, Loretta Nib fr 489, Tompkins Nibler 585, 1693 Results: Tompkins Nibler 4, smittys Pancane House 0, Scnmidi's Cleaners 3, Northwest Com Stamp 1, Don's Auto Electric-272, Walla Walla Gram Growers 1V2, Argo Auto TrucK 3, Cal-Western Ins Co? l; Webster's Shop 3, Farmers l; Motorcycle Specialists 2, Dixie Grange 2. Sportsman Hiah scores- t. K. t-onradt 210-, 542, E K conradt Painting 1017, 2J06. Re Tree Service 4, DuBois 0; Tne Couniry More 3, George Shell 1; t. K Conraot Paim- Ins 1, Northwest Laundry 2. Marchant's No. 4 Hiah scores. Leo Cobo 224, 544, But- tlce Construction 1039, Graves-Anderson Results-W.W.C.E.A. No 1, 4, lomlinsons Dairy 0, Graves-Anderson 4, Sherlock Livestock 0, jtuitice Co nstruc- tion 3, Waila walla Mills i, W.w.C.E.A. No 2, 3, Pnngle-s Sons 1, Bonneville Power 2, Tomnnsons Home Delivery 2. Pioneer 700 High scores: Uemit 190, Jim Hoover 506; U.S. Forest Service 952, of- Jira System Inc Results-U.S. For- est towe? 3, Vets of W.W. 1, l; Office System nc. 3, Tne Corner 1; U.S. Navy Bruins Beat Air Force By 10 to 0 AIR FORCE ACADEMY Colo. (AP) Melvin Farr, whose record sparkles with long touchdown runs, dashed 37 yards for a TD late in the third quarter to snap a scoreless tie and lead UCLA to a 10-0 victory over Air Force Saturday Farr, 6-foot-2, 190-pound jun- ior from Santa Monica, Calif, bolted over right guard and an- gled into the end zone with no defender touching him on the scoring gallop his fifth of the season for 21 yards or more. Until Farr's thunderbolt with left in the third period, the two teams, which scored a com- bined points against oppo- nents the week before, never got within 20 yards of the goal line. Farr's run capped a 77-yard march in five plays, including two other carries by him total ing 24 yards. His performance was marred a little later, though, when he fumbled on the Air Force two 4, uocal H9i, o. Pioneer 800 Jack schoessler 230, Ra.pn Una 405; Ph.nney Hatchery 1058, Truck Lines WU. Resulli Tivern 4, W7w Federal 0, Argo Mo 3, Seattle First Nat'l i; Pioneer Bowl Pnmney Hatchery 1V2, Luisi Truck Lines 2, Guglielmell. Produce 2. Commercial aecnon No. 6 High scores: Andy Pinza 227 646; Blra Mountain TV Cable 1043 3002. Results-Blue Mtn. TV 3, Blue Mtn. KO- Tlla M American Legion 3, No. t, M inland Machine 3, Van's Glass Shop 1; Fuller Brush J, Snider Realty Commercial Section No. 5 Hiah scores: D. Weaver 213 588; V.F.W. NO. 1 IMS i 2503 Results- Economy Cleaners 4, Luteher's 0; V.F. W. No. 1, 3, Stone's Cat 1; Logan Cnevrolet 3, Nick's Tavern Lunch 1; Custom Horseshoeing 3, McFeeley Tav- "rl1 Orphans High scores: bob Dickerson 226, Bob Dickerson 603; Umatilla canning Co. IMS, Umatilla Canning Co. Results IHumatilto cannin. Co. 4, Mac's Trail- er Sales 0; Clark's Shell 4, Widman's corner o; Barber Shop 3, Elks 1; Klrtwood Piumblns 2, weston Friday Mixed after UCLA's Erwin Butcher KjamathD Fans had intercepted Sonny Litz's pass on the AF 15 to give the Bruins another scoring oppor- tunity. The victory raised UCLA s record to 4-1-1 and left the Air Force with only one victory and a tie in seven games. Kurt Zimmerman's 31-yard field goal gave UCLA three in- surance points in the final peri- od. Clarkston 13, Pullman 7 Ritzville 28, Harrington 26 Sprague 26, Coulee City 21 Coulee Dam 46, Warden 26 Reardan 19, Soap Lake 7 Grand Coulee 34, Davenport 13 Cheney 12, Medical Lake 6 Newport East 13, Kettle Falls 0 Ferris 19, Lewis and Clark 7 Coeur d'Alene Idaho 26, West Valley Spokane 25 North Central 19, Rogers 7 Colville 2C, DeSales 7 Ephrata 33, Mead 0 Selkirk 13, Riverside 6 llwaco 12, Cathlamet 0 White River 26, Bethel 6 Bainbridge Island 13, South Kifsap 0 Wilson 40, Bellarmine 0 Mount Tahoma 14, Puyallup 6 Auburn 20, Enumclaw 0 Highline 13, Renton 0 Clover Park 28, Tyee 0 Curtis 6, Laughbon 6 (fie) Grants Pass Ore 21, Olympia 0 Fife 14, Peninsula 7 Sammamish 19, Federal Vvay 13 North Mason 0 26, LaConner 7 Centraha 14, Morris 12 Eima 27, Rochester 13 Rantile 19, 13 Morton 32, Onalaska 7 'e Ell 46, Wmlock 12 Sedro Wooiley 34, Ferndale 0 Stanwood 34, Sultan 0 Cashmere 31, Okanogan 7 Tonasket 19, Chelan 0 Eastmont 31, Qumcy 0 Omak 18, Oroville 6 Manson 20, Waterville 0 Wenatchee JV 13, Bridgeport 12 Hudson's Bay 41, Columbia River 0 Battle Ground 27, Camas 7 Stevenson 0, Woodland 0 (tie) RtQsefteld 7, White Salmon 7 (tie) Kalama 34, LaCenter 6 State Deaf School 40, Lyle 19 Shoreline 11, Ballard 0 O'Dea 7, Lakeside o Long 6, Hoquiam 0 Aberdeen 14, West Bremerton 0 Newport West 42, Redmond 6 Ksaquah 48, Bothell 13 Evergreen Vancouver 24, Chehalis 6 North Thurston 20, Tumwater 13 Bellevue 20, Mercer Island 7 Lake Washington 47, Mount SI 0 West Seattle 7, Franklin 0 Port Townsend 19, North Kltsap Garfield 40, Cleveland 0 Ingraham 20, Lincoln Seattle 0 Rayrrond 25, Ocosta 6 Valley 7, South Bend 0 Everett 7, Bellmgham 0 Cascade 33, Mountlake Terrace 0 Burlington 21, Anacortes 0 Oak Harbor 14, Arlington 0 Mount Vernon 26, Marysvllle t Concrete 20, Tolt 6 west Valley Yakima 27, Wapafo IS Ellensburg 13, Sunnyside 7 Toppenish 12, Grandview 0 Seiah 39, Goldendale 13 Prosser 34, Central Catholic 13 White 13, East Valley YaHma 0 Mabton 20, Zillah 13 Benton 13, Cle Elum 7 Port Angeles 32, Vancouver, B C. Col- lege 12 OREGON PREP FOOTBALL Friday Games Jefferson 27, Madison 26 Cleveland 20, Benson 20 Roosevelt 7, Marshall 3 Grant 23, Washington 0 Lincoln 14, Astoria 0 Beaverton 33, Clackamas 6 Central Catholic 14, Centennial 6 Hillsboro 24, Miiwaukie 0 Sunset 13, Putnam 13 Lake Oswego 19, St Helens 13 Dallas 23, Tillamook 7 West Linn 7, Forest Grove 0 Oregon City 6, Tigard 4 McMinnville 34, Newberg 0 Wy'east 19, Canby 0 Reynolds 13, Sandy 0 Molalla 21, Silverton 7 Parkrose 14, Estacada 0 Jesuit 20, The Dalles 0 South Salem 13, Corvallis 6 McNary 19, Sweet Home 12 Albany 12, North Salem Crater 6, Lebanon 6 North Bend 19, Springfield 7 Thurston 10, Sheldon 7 South Eugene 26, Willamette 13 North Eugene 14, Cottage Grove i Hermiston Drops'Bears HERMISTON (Special) 7iton chalked up another 2nd peri- od TD, with Gorman running it in from 11 out and Don Whitney said the crowd included his'1 school and Columbia Basin Col- lege students pnnci kicking the PAT to give the Pal Tom Lyda said it hasn t Bucks a 20-7 margin at the half. established who and how Whitnev scored from the 12 in i many high school students were i the 3rd, with Doug Corey kick- 'ing the Pat for another Bucka- roo 7. Mac-Hi's Brad Hinton Hermiston's Bulldogs downed'got home on a 12-yard run in Bend's Lava Bears 26-14 here the 3rd, with the PAT kick Friday night. Hermiston now is blocked Pendleton scored again 7-1 for the season, with one in the 3rd after Mac-Hi had to involved Appropriate ary action will be taken when their identity is known, he said en NEW YORK Kell> of Baltimore and Luther Lassi- to state. (player and an on-field fracas Long passing by Hermiston's followed. On the first play after Dave Trukositz aided greatly in, the the Bulldog victory. Two 40- game to Pendleton re-kick the ball twice. On one ter of Elizabeth C fin- next week. Winner of that goes kick the ball struck a Pendleton ished the first round of tho Na- tional Invitation Pocket Billiard Championship Friday night tied with 5-3 records Keilj and siter, however, both lost. Ed Taylor of Knoxville. Tenn, de- Bulldog TDs. Yardage-wise? the 4th quarter feated Kelh 150-fifi in in Hermiston was 319 to Mac-Hi got on the Joe Bals's the world 209. The Bulldogs had 15 first again in the 4th when Hinton i champion from Mmersulle. Pa downs to Bend's 9. j bulled home from one out on a {defeated Lassiter 150-81 m eight Hermiston scored in the first set-up pass play from innings, frame on a 6-yard run by Troy Paul to Cecil Zerba. galloped 44 yards for the Buck TD and a yarders from Trukositz set up 33-13 Pendleton lead going into McGowan and a PAT kicked by Pendleton scored twice more John Langenwalter. Bend in the 4th, on a 10-yard run At THE BEE HIVE For SPORTSMEN! FARMERS! OUTDOORSMEN! 2-Layer Insulated DUOFOLD Thermal Action UNDERWEAR Two thin layers with air space between provides insulation d warmth without weight or bulk. Perspiration quickly absorbed by cotton innerlayer and evap- orates from outer byer. No Chill Easy to wash, shrink resistant, retains sixe and shape always. UNIONSUITS SHIRTS DRAWERS Corner Of First Main Streets 3y Gorman and a pass to Budj Marlin who ran 26 yards for the final Buckaroo TD. YARDSTICK Mac-Hi Pendleton FcrM Downs Yards Gained Rushing Yards Gained Passing Total Net Yards Scores by Quarters: 17 185 72 257 (V) (H) Pendleton Mac-Hi 13 6 evened the score when Don Hickman went 22-yards to home for the Lava Bears and a Rick Nelson to Bruce May pass was good for the PAT. Both clubs were scoreless in the 2nd frame and the game went into the 3rd tied at 7-7. A 10-yard pass from Trukositz to Rick Rankin and a run by John Seibel in the third the Bulldogs out front with a 19-7 lead gmng into the 4th period. A Steve Faddis to Bruce May 19-yard TD pass garnered an- other TD and the same men combined for the PAT and the Lava Bears' last scoring in the contest. Neil Cooper rammed home'for the champion Boston Celtics from the 8 in the 4th to score1 in the National Basketball Asso- another for the Bulldogs and [elation Langenwalter's kick for the PATi just how tough was pin- was good Chevrolet Impa'a Sro-t Sedan Champion Celtics Face Tough Season By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "it's going to be a tough season [uarter to record a 30-15 victory ver the Washington State Cou- iabes Friday Farming 2, Hiah scores: Hern Lareau 100, 574; Al- M'9- T Splitttrs Results 3, King Pins U Splitters 4, 0; S T 2, Alley kunners 2. M-F Lriies Classic High scores: Francis weis 121, 5U; First Fed.of Pendleton Desert Lanes Results-Zemin's I. Weston .Market Desert Lanes _. Stations 4, Ins. Group 0. JAPANESE SERIES OSAKA, Japan (AP) The Yomiuri Giants, assisted by two solo homers by Sadaharu Oh, beat the Nankai Hawks 4-2 to take the first game of the best- of-seven Japan Series. The two teams play again at Osaka Stadium, home of the Hawks, before moving to Tokyo for tte next two games. Kromm's Totems 7-2 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bobby Kromm, a newcomer to the Western Hockey League coaching ranks, is a man in distress. "Have you ever seen such a he said quietly Fri- day night after his Seattle Tot- ems had been beaten 7-2 by the Cleveland Barons in their first encounter with an American League team. While the Barons were extend- ing the American League's dom- ination over the Western in the interlocking schedule to 4-0, Van- couver's Canucks were edging San Francisco's Seals 3-1. In western international play, Spokane downed Cranbrook 8-3 and Kimberley defeated Ross- land 8-4. 0 Grants Pass 21, Seaside 39, Vernoma 0 cappoose 7, Hood River 6 22, Clatskame 6 Dayton 32, Yamhill-Carlton 6 Nestucca 19, Philomath 0 Sherwood 26, Willamma Sheridan 45, Banks 13 Stayton 27, Amity 20 South Umpqua 21, Glide Sutherim 18, Riddle 12 Henley 57, Rougue River 0 Phoenix 7, Eagle Point 4 Bandon 27, Coquille 19 Myrtle Point 13, Brook ings t Gold Beach 33, Pacific 14 Burns 13, Grant Union 13 Wahtonka 13, Madras 0 Meridian 37, Emmett 6 Weiser 20, Vallivue 12 Vale 27, Ontario 13 Rayette 26, Nyssa 0 Taft 20, Toledo 0 Newport Mapieton 13 Siuslaw 31, Waldport 6 Douglas 25, Resdsport 13 Kennedy 19, North Marion 13 Serra Catholic 19, Central 7 Santiam 27, Cascade 0 Woodburn 32, Gervals 0 Scio 6, Colton 0 Junction City 25, Drain 0 Creswell 18, Pleasant Hill 13 Prospect 26, Days Creek 13 Elkton 39, Yoncalia 6 Oregon Deaf 66, Mohawk I Alsea 51, Fall City 7 McKenzie 12, Crow 0 Triangle Lake 54, Detroit 20 West Fir U, valseti 7 Cash Valley 54, Butte Falls 0 OREGON HOMECOMING EUGENE of th University of Oregon Homecom- ing is Julie Ann Levin, a junior' Bill Main ran seven yards for j whipped the Baltimore Bullets a touchdown to break a 15-15 tie 131-121 and the San Francisco n the contest. Then, fum- Warriors downed the New 3led on its 20-yard line and theiKnicks 110-100 in the other NBA1 looks went over for another games scheduled Friday night. core. Down 11 points early in the The Coubabes were down 15-0 last period Detroit roared from at the half, but Lee Omlid tossed behind on the shooting of Eddie wo 15-yard scoring passes to Miles and the fouling out of i knot the game in the third John Havlicek and Tom Sanders Hermiston 7 Bend _....... 7 0 12 0 0 pointed Friday night when Sam Jones hit a record 51-point per- formance for a Boston player in regular season play only to see the Celtics absorb their third straight defeat, this time to De- troit 108-106 Ray Scott's jump shot with just two seconds left gave the Pistons their first victory over tate's Rook football team tthe champions since Feb 24, purted for two touchdowns 11954 It came after Sam Jones vithin two minutes in the fourth tied the score for the Celts on his final basket with 19 seconds Oregon Rooks CORVAL1S (AP) Oregon to go The Cincinnati Royals period to score its home court The victory was the Rooks' over Boston Miles finished with second without a loss and put 135 points the Coubabes' mark at 1-1. Oscar Robertson led Cincinnati over Baltimore with 33 points (Even sorter Jet smooth ride) ARCHERS MEET and 15 assists The victory at The Blue Mountain Archers Baltimore put the Royals in sec- Club will meet Tuesday, 8 p.m. ond place in the Eastern Divi- at the club house. There will be sion as the Celtics dropped to Section of officers and dates third. Bailey Howell led the Bui- set for tournaments. ARGENTINE TENNIS BUENOS AIRES ;in Mulligan of Australia de- feated Hernan Molina Berror of Argentina 6-1, 6-3, 6-2 Friday to reach the quarter-finals of the Argentina Tennis Champion- ships. ______ lets with 32 points. San Francisco pulled away from a 54-54 halftime tie with the Knicks to hand the New Yorkers their third straight set- back on their Pacific Coast trip. Guy Rodgers paced the War- riors with 24 points and 13 as- sists Reed was high for the Knicks with 18. from Portland. She was crowned in ceremonies Friday night. 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