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+ + :irrn ,nusi In as c acJe pl'C~ rices at pl'e~.~ ~'A"l,ll ~ BV * .... ' 4 . allen Hilton nlrihul] The annual Cascade Holiday rlor,n.a~lurvlanmnt is one -- if not the t.'t)~'o.,rst " prestigious high school AIlll t~asKethall tourneys in Oregon. ached I~ach Year ei"ht of th - " t ~ " g e s[am's cnlcn ~t't) te ...... :, a,,s meet on the ! :!:'! :;~!i:ii: ~ T ua:" n eCr t:: a?: forH:ghe ," " rated chanlpionship. Ibis year's field was no wcplion. The field included . of the top 20 AA schools m one AAAschool. Single A ~cridan seemed dwarfed by lhese big ratings, but the Single A entrant ended up mg flw the championship ~lay night. is' first game is. against the 8th-rated ,nler Columbians. The ~cridan team opened ke e h~king and playing li were vbrv nervous. Senior Rogers I~ept the Spartans ose in the first quarter by 9 of the 13 points. The.Sparts just couldn't get ,c 3ffense going and trailed 1-27 at the half. The uer lead was sparked by guard Chris Corl, who ed 10of his 12 points in the half, and 6-4 center Todd who hit for 7 of his 9 The third quarter showed tc Spartan fast break at its ntage best. The Sparts rolled 26 point quarter and a b lead. Allen Hilton hit for his 18 points during the frame. A number of and assists by sopho- Mike Ellis triggered the Irge. Sparts took up where left off in the fourth The quarter belonged who hit for 14 of his 29. The Spartans nday ling Athl. Tramp. 42 22 Basket 41 23 Range Ply. 40 24 40 24 39% 20% Less 39 25 Market 38 26 cns' B. Shop 35 29 Way 35//2 28% 33 31 ~shine Dairy 28 32 Int. 27 37 24 40 's bell 22 42 Wreck. 17 47 Ina Drug 9 53 womens' games Cyndey Dan- Miekey Wade Polk County visory group are having ng at the Grand Ronde Monday. Jan. 7 P.m. to discuss the plan concern- of the lands of All interested per- urged to attend. ing wilh Polk County concerning a new sewer system area will be held Jan. q at the ande grade school at All residents of the encouraged to attend .and Mrs. Elmer Werth led at a farewell Unday evening. Those Were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clark (brothers of lnd Mr, and Mrs. Bruce Teneka Springs, Ir. and Mrs. Bruce Bay, Alaska; niece Mrs. Terry and two daughters of Wash., and Alia Grand Ronde. The are on their wayk they plan further several days in- was Les- ~r Elsie Lindberg of sister and and Mrs. Gary nd baby James of Christmas day Mr and Mrs. and family Oregon were The Sun, Thursday, January 3, 1980 9 I rea salmon ery O les ress tourney Sheridan coach Larry Samples talks to t Mowed the game down for a while and still scored 23 points in tim quarter completing a 49 point half, their best of the season. The score ended up 7b-h5 and the Sparts were in lhc winners' bracket. The Spartans had an off night at the foul line, hitting onh 57 percent, but shot well fron] the field, hitting 48 percent. The Sparts were now to go against 7th-ranked Phoenix and the likes of 6-(a slandoul Wally Welkers. The Phoenix Pirates had beaten Cascade Thursday nighl to advance to play the Sparts. The Pirates play a slow. very controlled game, with Welker the obvious leader. Sheridan senim'. Vern Willhite, was given the task of defending against Welkers. and despite giving up 8 inches in height, helot the big man to a tOll,-na,nent lOW of 18 points. This was one of the keys to the Spartans' 40-3q upset of the previously undefeated Pirates. The Sparlans went out to a 14-11 first quarter lead, led by 4 points each from Elfis and Rogers. Each team scored 10 points in the second quarter to make the score 24-21 at the . half Tim biggest bit of action of tile scctmd quarter was not in the scoring colunm however. Rogers. Sheridan's leading scorer and rebounder picked up his 4th foul midway through the period. Now his tealnmates faced the test of, playing without their leader for nearly half a game. as Rogers took a seat next to ('oath Larry Samples on the Spartan bench for the next eighteen minutes of play. The third quarter was even slower than the first two had heen, with the Pirates out- sco,'ing the Spartans 8-b and closing the Sheridan lead to only one point. Rogers checked in at the bcginuing of the fourth quar- ter. The teams exchanged leads a number of times until with less than a minute remaining the Pirates led by one and had the ball. This would be considered a very salc silt, alien, but the quick handed Ellis did a number on tile Phoenix guard, stealing the ball and drawing a foul to go into the line fl,r two shots. The sophomore didn't bat an eye. putting two shots through the twine and giving the Spa,-ts a one point lead. "111c Pirates came down with 32 seconds remaining to set up a pla.v tbr Welkers. Tight defense caused an errant shot and with 13 seconds to go the overnight weekend guests of tile l.itidbergs. The Leonard Fischer family cnterlaincd Leonard's family ('hristmas eve. Those attend- ing were his mother. Margaret, sister Lucy and Jim Lindbcrg and children and sister Karen Silveira and husband Manuel of Salem. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Fischer and children of Eugene visited Lcster's mother Margaret Fischer several days at ('hristmas time. Manuel Silveira, Lester Fischer. Elmer. Jim, i~ennis Werth. and Don Yates caught sevel'al salmon while fishing on the Nestucca and Killchis rivers. Wesley and Lorraine Ashwcll entertained a small group of family and friends Saturday evening to celebrate Weslcy's birthday. Enjoying the evening and a bingo game were their daughter Jeannie and husband Bruce Turnidge and daughters; Mr. and Mrs. Ehvin Littlejohn, Mr. and Mrs. Rohcr! Houston and Mickey Wade. A house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Houston over the ('hristmas holiday was Wanda's mother, Carrie (;uilds of Seaside. On Friday a,ld Satt, rday the three visited one of Wanda's sisters Mr. and Mrs. Verna Ames in |:.slaca(la. On Monday they returned Mrs. Guilds to Seaside and visited Wanda's other sisters Juanita and Bobble and families. Jake Milam was happy to have his wife Donna and bah3, son arrive from Texas on ('hrismms day. They are making their home with the Anthony Fagundes family while .lake is helping Anthony in his veal business. F.d and Misha Cambell of Willamina celebrated New Year's Eve with Tony and Kim Fagundcs and tile Jake Milam family. Tony's aunt and uncle of Bowie, Ariz.. and David Pcreira of Corvallis visited the Fagundes home recently. Kim's father. Parley Baer will bc on T.V. again soon in "B J and The Bears". Mr. and Mrs. Irving l.aunmnn. Carol and David retnrned Saturday evening ft'om an eight day trip to Calif. They visited friends at Big Bear: Vickie's parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Littlejohn at Pacific Palisades and sister and husband Bill Mayberry and children. Others visiting the Fred Littlcjohns' over the holiday were brothers Douglas of Berkeley, Tony and wife of Col.. and 98-year-old grand- father. Andrew Littlejohn of Ventura. On the return trip the I.aunlan's enjoyed a day in San F,'a ncisco. ('hrislmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Littlejohn and family were Marlene's parents Mr. and Mrs. Art Simonson :lnd grandmother Annie Buskola uf Roseburg, Wash.; Marlene's sister Mr. and Mrs. l)avc l,em, and children and ant)thor sister Mr. and Mrs Bol~ Nokelby and children of Wilh,mina. earn. Spartans had the ball in front court --when the Pirates tried to fi)tll It) Stop the clock, they wcrc too careful and were never whistled, allowing 13 seconds to expire and the Spartans of Sheridan were in the chanll)ionship game. The SI)artans beat Phoenix al tile fi'ce throw line, hitting 12 of 13 attempts for a remarkable q2 percent, com- pared to Phoenix's 7 of 13. On tile other hand. Sheridan shot very pt,orly from the field. hitting ovlly 14 of their 40 attempts for a terrible 35 percent. 1'1/c Spartan scoring was very balanced --Ellis. Rogers.~ and Mark VanDen Hazel hilling I0 apiece while Hihou added 8 and Willhite pitched in 2. Slaylon, ranked #6 in the slate, played very well Satur- day night while the Spartans played a beh,w average game. Stayhm winning 75-55. The Fa~lcs had a very balanced scoring atlack with 0-4 Kyle Brock leading the team with 17 points xt bile E,'ik ,Iohnson and .hdlnny ('OOl~cdge added .16 ,ipiccc. The Sparlans were over- tthehned 17-6 in the first tluarlcr but ot,tscored the t!agles 17-14 in the second, Visitors on Wednesday at the Nick Palanuk home were Sharon's sister Angela and husband Ladd McGowen and children Celeste and Ryan of Nevada. Iowa. Ladd is a leacher and minister for the Adventist Church. The family would like to move to Oregon if thev can obtain a similar position in the state. Overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Werth were Lestcr and Ardis Fischer of Eugene. Dennis and Lester wont fishing on Monday. Susan Werth and two sons visited in Arli~lgton. Wash., on "fhursday with Sus0n's mother Carrie Wheelhouse; sister Mr. and Mrs. .lack West and family and helped Susan's grandmother, Mary Me- Kinney celebrate her 96th hirl hday. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Shenk Jr. and children spent Christ- mas eve and part of Christmas day at Cottage Grove with Sh;.|ron's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Nvlcen brother and three sisters and their l]unilies. There were 26 gathered for dinner and opening gifts. They returned ('hristmas day to also cele- hrated with Weslcy's parents Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Shenk Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Nylccn canle Friday to visit the Wes Shenk family and Guy and I),llv Leith in Willamina Icating Monday to visit Mrs. Nvlcen's sister and tamily in PIWI lan(I makin~ it 31-23 ;it the half. Slat'hn, canlo ot, t fired tip :,gain in the 3rd period and r;wt'd It, a 5()-,t5 lead going into the 41h. Mass substitution nladc tilt" last qt, artcr a wild Ollt'. a'-, lilt." loanls scored 45 Ih)i'll', hctwcen then1. lilt" Spa,-ts shot even worse t ha n I he\ had t he uight before, hiltin~ onh IN of S0 shots for a cold 30 percent, and a low It) of 3.~ l'rtml lhe line for $8 pcrct, nl. Ro.~c,'s again Icd the Spal't;.,,ln. lid', lime getting Iq puinlx. II of thcnl from the hx'c Ihnm line. Ellis added 15. Van DcnHazcl made honor- al~lc ,ncntion all-tournament team. Ellis made second team and Rogc,'s t'cccived first team htmol-,~. [hc Spartans indeed marie lhcir p,csc,]cc known anlidsl all of the high-powered \A Icanls. be,mtiug only the ".ccond Single A tcanl ever to pla3 in the chantpionship ~i, lllC t)l lhc [ou,',lanlerlt. Yot,',-e moving to a home in a,lothcr area. The trip is tiring. lilt: weather changing and you Ihi,lk you may be harboring a llu ht,,~.. Reaching your new Ic,rilory, y(')(l maneuver in the dark through an agonizingly I,nfamiliar set of slreets, park and head for sheller. It is then tilt" neighbor's dog decides to a~se,l itself. It,he flu" a war whoop? A tension headache? Imagine Irying to cope with such stress ,IH(lerwatel-. Fish do. In fact. their battles tvilh slress (not to overlook lie,k,,, larger fish. diseases and several other pitfalls in the aquatic way of life) are of key i,ltc,-esl to Oregon State l lnive,;sity fisheries bioh)gy graduate student Steve Jacobs and Experiment Station re- st'archer Call Schreck. "lhc purpose of a study being conducted by Jacobs uuder the supervision of Schrcck. is to find OUt if slress I~l't~llghl on when transporting ,.,;.illno,1 fi-om a hatchery lo a frcsh-x~ater home in a stream allccls lheir ability to st, rvivc and nlig,'alc, as Nature inten- ded fi,Jld ;IS fish ranchers and sporls,llcn hope they will). According to Schreck, the head of OSU's Cooperative Fi~,hcrv Research Unit, scien- li,,I,, ah'cady knm~ quite a bit :,bt)lll a s;.iJnlo,l's physiological rt.aclion to Sll'eSs. Whcu experiencing stress, hc cxpk, incd. the level of ccrl;,i,1 hornloncs (called corti- ct,id hornloncs) increases and lhc fishN ability to resisl db, cascs, or evcn predators, ( ] t',,TL" ~i ",,C S. "It"-, like when a pc.rsc, n slays up too late and catches a cold Ihc ncxl day," hc said. "l he germs ~vcrc there the day before, but the added ~,ll'('~;s, nlakcs lhe person calch Ihc culd." Whal ,lacobs and Schreck want Io knm~ is precisely what happens when recently trans- ported fish enler lhe wilds. "1 o gel at his subjects, .lacol~s lakes Io lhe waler himself-- the cold. clear water ~,1 Mill ('rcck. ahout 25 miles ~t'sl ,ff Salenl. IIc dons a wetsuit and floats d-xx nstrcam, throughthe sl,'cI, Ill'S pools and riffles, ~talt'hillg young chinook sal- mon -- called snlohs -- begin lheir migration to lhe sea. Ncxl yea,', lahoralory study -1 thc fish tt ill continue much as il has in the past, Jacobs ~aid B.I hc and Schreck plan , ncx~ xtrinklc fiw the stream oh'~crxalhm V~ol'k. They are Cxlwrimcntint~ wilh tin.,,' radio It,lllsn,illt?rs txhich might be iml~lanlcd in the fish to mm,ittw their activities more pt cci',vh . ~lron,~ Oreg.n's Agricultural Progress I "NI'i'E I) N ()P A,II E I ( yOU $' a wlse A quick check of this week's chart shows how wise it is to invest in a 182-day. $10,000 minimum Money Market Certifi- cate. Especially at Bank of Oregon Here's why. When you invest $10,000 or more in a Money Market Cer- tificate at Bank of Oregon, we'll add an extra $10 to it, That's bonus cash, plus interest on the bonus -- yours free. This offer is subject to withdrawal at any time, so make plans now to stop in at your nearby Bank of Oregon office to pick up your certificate and bonus. High return...short term deposit.. ,and cash bonus, All in all. a pretty good way to take some of the sting out of inflation. J ~It _ . You earn l (] Effechve Jan. 3 -9" 11.21 % at Bank of Oregon Annual rate Aurora Colony Brooka Cenby Hubbard Jenning$ Lodge Mt Angel * North Salem * St Paul Sheridan Sherwood Silver ton Stayton. West Linn * Woodburn Based on $10,010 (deposff plus cash bonus) deposited for 182 days Federal regulations prohtba com- pounding of inlerest on these certih- cates dunng term of depo~ff and re. quite substanttal interest penalty for 'early w~thdrawal Rates subleCt to change at renewal Member F DIC IN THE SPARTAN li and 6 Bolloln row left to right: Steve Brooks, Robby Sehmidt, Rieh Hylton, Mike Wilson, Mike White, and ~larc Jordan. Standing: Noah Maynard, Mike Wise, Jim Palen, Brad Harris, Tony Cooke, Lester Byers, Dale Boekhoff, Scotty Ohmer, Rieky Palen, and Don Murray. Coaches: Dennis Wise and Diek Jordan. Not piclured: Jimmy Cordle . __ [ lg7g was Sheridan's first year for little-guy football. Two teams were formed from i I Faulconer and Chapman schools, sponsored by local businesses and individuals. | I Sheridan played against teams from Willamina, Dayton, Gaston, Banks and Forest I , Grove during a season running from early September to early November. 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