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J 4 The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, December 3, 1964 el memmewmmmwelwwi lmmlmmmioenuooeem Linfield Opens Bulldogs Look Tougher This Year action will get underway in McMinnville this weekend with the NAIA District Two Tip-Off Tournament slated for Lin- field&apos;s Riley Center on Dec 3 and 4. The Dec. 5 champion- ship game will take place at Willmetre University. In Thursday night's opener, Cascade College will meet Pa- cific UniversRy at 7 p.m. Lin- field will take on Oregon Tech- nical Institute in the nightcap. On Friday night, the losers of the first night's games will meet at 7 p.m. and the two win- ners of the opening contests will meet at 8:30 p.m. Season tickets for the three- day event are on sale at $2.50. They may be obtained in Mc- Minnville from any member of the Quarterback Club, at the ath- letic and Business Offices on the Linfield campus and at the Sports Center. CHARLES O GRIFFIN Charles O. Griffin, former Sheridan resident, passed away at his home in Empire Saturday, Nov. 28 on his 84 birthday Grayside services were held at Empire Tuesday morning at 11 a.m. Mrs. Griffin passed away eight months ago. .wmmm.mmmm.mmmmmm.mmmlmmoRmlomm SHERIDAN BRIEFS ii mm malllm ii em illllm ii u i im m i ii mllm mla m a i. Rebounding will be the decid- ing factor for Coach Ted Zet- terberg's Willamina Bulldogs this season. Zetterberg has a pair of fast guards in Dan Newblll and Jim Cain and his entire starting five can shoot well. But in the size department, the veteran coach will he call- ing on the services of senior Skip Endres, now in his first court season for the Bulldogs. At 6-3, Endres could either make or break the Bulldogs on the boards. With practice now in its second week, Zet- terherg reports that so far Endres has been developing rapidly. He moves well but has yet to pick up many of the technicalities of the game. Assisting Endres on the boards will be two-year veter- an Art Thurber, an All-League choice at forward and currently the team's leading rebounder. In terms of speed r Newbill and Cain at guards, Thurher and John Holt at forward and En- dres at center all move well with Cain the fastest man on the squad. Shooting-wise, Thurber was the second-leading scorer on the squad last season, and is expected to pump even more through the threads this year. Newbiil can probably be rated as the most accurate shooter on the club while Holt is not far behind. Rating as the top candidate to crack the first five is Jun- At 6-I. Stahl Mr. and Mrs. Marvin soherpf Jar Ivan Stahl. and family of Myrtle Point spent part of the Thanksgiving holi- days with Mrs. Scherpf's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ade Pel- zer Jim Pelzer, U. of O. stu- dent was also home. David Ash was home for the Thanksgiving holidays from OTI at Klamath Falls. The Ash's went to Salem to the home of Mrs. Ash's cousin, J. W. Gain for dinner. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs Robert Tinnell of Salem. Mrs. Ash and Mrs Tin- nell are sisters. Tony F Braley accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Emmett O. Bain- ter, their grandson and grand- daughter, Robert A11an and Miss Stevanna Allan, all of Till- monk to Portland Thursday where they spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. Balnter's niece and family, Mr and Mrs James Rand and Miss Janet Rand. Mrs. Mamie Campbell of Perrydale was also a Thanks- giving visitor at the Rand home. Miss Bonnie schmale of Sher- idan and Miss GeoAnn Wood, Willsin, were enlisted in the USAF during the month of No- vember and are stationed at Lack)and Air Force Base, Tex- as. Basic training period has been reduced from eight weeks to six weeks wRh an automatic promotion upon completion of this training. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Luce and daughter of Stmnydale, Calif. arrived Friday at the home of Mrs. Luce's mother, Mrs. Mary Mowery for a belated Thanks- giving dinner. The Lucca' re- turned to their home Saturday. Mrs. Fannie Shenk returned home Sunday wRh her grand- daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nisly of McMinn- ville from Vanderhoof, B. C after spending two months with her son's family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Shenk, former residents of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs A. C Thomp- son spent five days visRing relatives in Gladstone, Mil- waukle, Lake Grove and Ore- gon City. While in Portland, the Thomsons also purchased a larger trailer house. Mr. and Mrs Burton Thomson and son of Kirkland, Wash. spent the Thanksgiving holidays here with their par- ents, Mr and MrsA C. Thom- son and Mr and Mrs. Cleo Latham and family. Mrs. My'the O'Brien and fam- ily of Portland were Thanks- giving Day guests of her broth- er and family, the Dean Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. Fred spooner and son spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs. Spooner's brother, and family, the Bob Cummins in Carlton. Frances Schneider and child- ren of Salem visited Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Corlne Ehnes Thanksgiving Day guests of the Duane Ehnes family were Lisle Ehnes and family and Fern Susmilch and chlldren all of Salem; Robert Censky and family of solo; Ethel Can- sky of Albany, Corine Ehnes of Sheridan and Rhoda Smith of McMinnville. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hill were hosts for a family Thanksgiving dinner, having as guests Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Christsen and Harold Wright of Hlllsboro, :Mrs. Barbara Aikins and daugh- ters and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hoeffel of Portland. SHERIDAN HOOPSTERS entered their second week of drills with ac- celeration eyeing their opener Dec. 10 against Santiam. Although rid- dled by injuries the squad willbeaidedby a strong group of ball players up from last year's JV squad, iMurdock Photo1 is aRer his first varslty let- ter. Willamina wound up the 1963 season in fifth place in Ya- Dec. 11 wama League action with a 7-9 Dec. 15 record. Over the season they Dec. 18 were 6-13. Dec. 19 Dec. 22 Looking at the team as a Jan. 5 whole, coach Zetterberg feels Jan. 8 his rebuilding will be much improved this year with the addition of the bigger men. Overall the average size of the squad is much bigger than last year. With their added speed, the Bulldogs will try to run a lot more than last year. Although the Bulldogs are minus five lettermen from last year's squad, they should be better in every aspect of their game Thurber has two letters at Willin and Holt and New- bill each have one. Candidates for the Bulldog squad are as follows: Art Thurber, forward, 6-2, senior; Skip Endres, center, 6-3, sen- ior; John Holt, forward, 6-0, senior; Dan Newbill, guard, 5-11, senior and Jim Cain, guard, 5-9, junior. Other prospects are Ivan Stahl, forward, 6-1, junior; Gene Westby, forward, 6-0; Jun- ior; Doug Colton, center, 6-1 s sophomore; Joe Holsenback, guard, 5-9, sophomore; Larry Ashwell, guard, 5-11, senior; John Lillard, center, 6-2, soph- omore and Mike Larsen, guardp 5-10, junior. Spartan Workouts In Second Week be back before long Kyle, a 5-9 letterman has a brokenfoot bone but may well be back on the court soon INSURANCE TNT GIVES YOU LAWSUITS! F00OM # tJfa guest or trades- man sl;ps on your front walk or fails on your stairs you are liable for damages. But public liability insurance gives you full and complete protec- tion from costly judgments. And if is one of the cheap- est kinds of insurance to buy. Let us tell you more about if. Call 843-4764 LOIL HAMSTREET I N S;UR A NCE Sheridan High hoop mentorp Bob Close ran his charges through an intensive series of drills again this week, pre- paring for the Spartan's open- er against Santiam on DeC. 10. Now in their second week of court drills the Sheridan line- up is beginning to take shape. Coach Close can find no real outstanding individuals among his squad and looks fora team effort as the Spartans hope for a high conference placing. So far the squad is appearing to be slower than last year's which consequently will mean less emphasis on the fast break. Although he has no letter- men on the squad Close has a strong group up from last year's junior varsity team. Carrying the brunt of the rebounding duties will be 6-4 senior Mark Lyon. Lyon has been improving rapidly in the early drills and should keepthe spartans strong under the boards. Another bright spot in the Sheridan picture is junior for- ward Bill Chrisan, a fine shooter and good rebounder with intense desire. Chrlsman is also developing fast and should be a boon to the Spartan hoop program. The bulk of the scoring attack will center around 5-11 guard Dave Bauman who led the JVs in scoring last season. Darkening the Spartan scene is the absence of three top pros- pacts in Verne Lochner, Tom Eisele and Scott Kyle. Lochoer, a starter on last year's squad, suffered kidney injury in football and will prob- ably he out for the season. Eisele, a 6-3 forward cracked a vertebrae in football and could WILLAMINA Jan. 12 1964 Schedule Jan. 15 Jan. 19 at Santiam Jan 22 Kennedy Jan. 26 Sheridan Invit. Jan. 29 Sheridan Invit. Feb. 2 at Kennedy Feb. 5 at Nestucca Feb. 9 North Catholic Feb. 12 at COACH TED ZETTERBERG'S Willamina Bulldogs ap- pear stronger in every department this year. Here they pause during practice sessions to pose for this picture. Front row, left to right, they are Art Thur- ber, Gene Westby, Joe Holsenback, Skip Endres Sherwood Feb. 16 Sheridan Salem Academy Feb. 19 at Amity at Y-C Feb. 23 at Dayton at Sheridan Feb. 26 Philmath Amity March 2 Nestucca Dayton Varsity game s will get under- at Philmath way at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday at Sherwood nights and 8 p.m. on Friday Salem Academy nights. JV action will begin at at Y-C 6 pm on Tuesdays and 6:30 p.m. on Fridays and Larry Ashwell. In the back row they are Jim Cain, Ivan Stahl, Dan Newbill, Doug Colton, John Holt and John Lillard. Absent from the photo is Mike Larsen. {Murdock Photo! . S00ERIDAN SUN S O RTS i The Sheridan Sun, Sheridan, Oregon, Thursday, December 3, 1964 YawamaLeague i ............ Sheridan Gets Changes Yawm League action will take on a slightly new look next . season with absence of Salem : Academy and the addition of ; Banks. Crusader officials requested permission to drop to B League i competition beginning next fall. _" The request was granted by the i Oregon Schools Activities As- : sociation. Salem Academy, for many years a member of the Yawama ! League, will now be part of : :, District 2B, which is the Mar- i ion B League. A small school, Salem l Academy has long been the -" underdog in Yawm League ! play. This season they wound : up the year in eighth place in " mummmmmmmmmammmimmm u eawt=uwmmnmt ... Bowling league , .-- By DAVE YODER STANDINGS, DEC. 1 Team W. L. Pts. i U. S. Nat'l. Bank 26 13 36 Sheridan Grain Co. 26 13 33 " U. S. Plywood #1 22 17 30 Tuggle Chevrolet Co. 18 21 28 Darlgold 18 21 26 Biskey's TV 20 19 26 Sunshine Dairy 19 20 25 Rickreall Farm Supply 19 20 25 Gillespie s Care 18 21 24 : Agee's Marketeria 18 21 22 " U. S Plywood #2 17 22 22 : Hiway Market 13 26 15 : mmummmm mmumm mu mmtmmmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmw circuit action. .... ;. - when it comes to giving.., you just can't give more useful or appreciated gifts than00ty00] g00rts so give better electrically Saturday visitors at the Cliff Hill home were Mr. and Mrs Herb Thompson of Baaverton, Published Every Thursday by THE SHERIDAN PUBLISHING Second Class Postage Paid At Sheridan, Oregon More on the way every day ! Thanks for waiting ! Your wait for one of these new 1965 Chevrolets is about over--and we want thank you for your patience. Come see us now. When you get behind the you'll be glad you waited! '65 Chevrolet Impala It's longer, wider, lower. It's swankier, more spacious. You mistake it for an expensive car--if it weren't for the Mcdibu Sport CoUl '65 Chevelle Fresh-minted styling. V8's available with up to 350 hp. A quieter ride. And it's as easy-handling as ever. Co, e 6 ChevylZ" Clean new lines. Fresh new interiors. 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