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Town Team Wins Fruit Com l , , s. .t Th..d.,, .b.oa.y 4,j ,960j Goldendale CYO Glenwood Secures Critical Weekend Ahead of Wolves "Dimes" Benefit Election 1" H E $ E N T i N L Beats Sunnyside Second Place Spot With Naches, Presser Scheduled - The Goldendale C~O team second place in the Klickitat One of the critical weekends had d o w n e d cold-shootingthe Outlook-Sunnyside team intlons on the WashiJ~ overcame a 9-point deficit inCounty League by defeating of the basketball season faces Highland 46-20. a March of Dimes benefit at 'fruit commision w~ the last three minutes of play Trvutlake 50-21 at Troutlake the Goldendale Timberwolves J~ickleton .gym Thursday eve-at an election held .~ Sa, turday, to dump .a hot-hit- Tuesday night, this week. The Wolves, back in Protest Starts Melee ning. Bickleton remained on top ir~ Yakima conducted~ ting Sunnyside quint which led The scoring was led by Doug contention for Valley "A" Also on Friday, Presser took of the L~wer Va'Uey .League :by resentative of the r~ most of the way. Final score of Mann of Glenwood with 21 league leadership, take on. the a victory over visiting Cle downing Fthe visitors 106-78.ment of agriculture:~ the ~azne---played in the Gold- points followed by Bill Cooper, N aches Rangers .here Friday Elum 47-31 in a game which The local team jumped to an ~eld during the ann~ le mght. ~aturaay mey nave a Cle Elu,m coach Frank Mataya ]l-point first-quarter lead and of the Washington ~. |yesinlet ! urth " ' '0 " ViCtory 61endaleto 60.elementary gym, was alSOpoints.Of Glenwood, with 16 roa~. gaffe against the league-officially protested the Presser then held command throughout tltute in the Chin ook~~~ W Fred McClaskey, ex-allstate The Glenwood JV's defeated leaning r'rosser Mustangs. decision, claiming poor offici- ~:lgapme2a~iM~ient~nd~ugk2 bTh~Cm~lo~1 0 prep basketeer, pumped in 30 the Troutlake B squad by a Presser possesses a 6-0 slate .a!ing. Two players exchanged and '18 points respectively. Dale District 2 Which inclU]~kl~ Wi~lP h ],~ alQ points'from all angles to pace 24-22score. in league nlav and is a full mows ann manyIans on both Miller andMarvinSennerwere itat and ten oth:a~:~i* " P the locals, and was instrumen- Trouflake Pos. Glenwood .... sides joined in the melee. Not game ahead of second place ...... high for Outlook. with 27 andThis position is n.~'~Biggs, US m in uarter tal in the sh~fting zowe defense Fordyce 6 F Ladiges 3 Selah thanks to Mar-uette's Ior lu mmu~es was oraer re- high ~for the visitors wRh 27 Louis Moritz of Zil~ used throughout tahe game by Knutson 0 F Cooper 16 unpre'dictable Squires. ~M a r- stored by a Presser policeman. ,and 1'8.. ..... Other Commission:[I~ayt~ Goldend~le. Allaway 8 C Burril 8 quette scored the first rna.jorThe winner of the league x'ne wm gave t~mKm~on a ...:~, .~^ ~:,^~ .... ~:~ i ,Hot shooting in the last quar- in a sh~oting slump the past Trailing 5~-49 in the crucial Deiders 3 G House 0 upset 2f the .loop. campmgn championship wins an outrightone-game edge over Grand- w~t~vc.~'~,~n~ i ter clhnaxed an uuhill drive two garrms, connecting on only stages, the victors turned on a Neal 3 G "Mann 21 wnen mey wmioped ~emn ~1 berth in the state tournamentw w, wlm only two .1 ague ~ ur ....~.~ "'~ by the Goldendale Timber- one of 15 ~ield tries in the past balNhawking, 'full court press, Kloepper 1 S King 2 to 33 last Saturday. Goldendale to be held at Tacoma March 9 games'eleft.'~" Blckleton" leplays ~,u~.~ ........... "~"~'"=~':L_'~sel's- s ' : i,::~m~l~olves and gave them their tw~ outings. The rest of the with three r~en on the two . . ,~.wz-y ,p~.~uc~. p . guards and ,gained a barrel full ~~ -~~e ........ e second through ninth February 9 at Bickleton, to end cussed ....... ~ ~ ...... ~~trth class "A" ,league victory te.a~ took up the slack with holds third spot, one-half game 12r Wh - " Mabton February 4 and Zilhah ~ ............ ~ 7"~Ph. ..... of the season v~hen White Swan White Swan, ~owever. of layins and sho j mpe Thor ats oenma ~elan. place teams in the league will league play. " ~.~.i~.~e~ ~elrl ;by a score of 50 ~o 37 Sat- Steady forward, Jay Olson, With ~x>tn- seconds, and Sunny- Highland, who last week was play off the week after the .... ~.~, urday night, the other captain ~or the sJde leading by one point, a ,The game was ragged most of Wolves, received a head ga.~h jump ball ~ras called. McClas- Pirates Twice tied for third and fourth places league campaign comes to a Bickleton (106} (78) OutlookHELP VITALLY with Goldendale went into a close. This district tournamentBill Mains 16 27 Dale Miller _ -~'~P~ theway, and a-tony mdstakes by in the .first quarter, and did key ,grabbed the tip; the ball severe shooting' slump and will be a three-day single elfin-. George "Mains 1648M. Senner Remen~ber non-Pt~l~~e the ~rwolves gave the vis- not see any action the remain- was rknocked out of his hands ~ICK~ETON ~(Special)--Whescored lust' 48 points in two ination, affair with. the loneChuck Gall ,1~ 15 Plat[a~t~nwill ,Industries whe~ tiers easy .field ,goal attempts, der of the night. , ,, and rolled several .feet; in an Bickleton High School bowed in games last weekend. The Scotssurwvor accompanying the loopDan Mains 22 11 Ma tos : epairable thin2s ~t~ m~ny o.f which were success- The Goldendale 'B squad instant he grabbed it ~nd defeat Friday night to Thorp,lost to Selah 46 to 20 and tochampion to Tacoma. ~ul. dollowed an unwritten GHS pughed in a long, easy jump 37-60 in basketball game played Naches 40 to 28. Naches has In the event of a two wa~ a~ Bickleton. &t the end of the won three and test three in "i ...... "~-" Y Close .for three quarters, the tradition :by v~hi, pping theshot from well back in the key. first quarter, ~ickleton led, 9-8. ~ague . compeuuon, ann n as playoff will be held on Sat- tilt broke open in the .final ,per- White Swan junior varsity ........ ~ e for me mague maaersmp, a ted as the Wolves turned on the Score was 43-22, ~vith the re- Spurted to Lead Russell Ste~vart was high for " Jack heat and ran a~,~ay ~rom the serves seeing ~ction most vf Goldendale spurted to a leadBickleton ,with 20 points and ten glv ng troume ~o nearly urday, February 27, the night Cougars. The White Swan of- the time. Last week the GHS in the first period. Sunnysides Van de Brake ~r Thorp ~with an opponems; rTosser last year after league competition ends. ~IJa-c,k" ~ense generally was le~t along.freshman team gained a couple bobbles proved .costly as Mar- 14. The p~lindnary game was was pace~ an ~ne way ny mu If three teams are tied for the : Pert the wayside, of victories over ~HoodRiver low and Krarner each ,got a 52-30 with Thorp on the win- cemer mn lv~ecn, ln~s year the championship, an additional team has more even Damnce; la 0if will b ........... BO~Tr?ES ~l~~~ ~ Sinks 16 Baskets 0nd Sherman. pair of layins. A.fter that the ning end. . . p y e n~m me ~o~,w- but Mech still ~s as dangerous in~ Monday L ~.~b~ Soph center, Len Wilber, used League Kvarage~ (4-I): sbarp~hootin.g visitors caught Biclde:ton (37) (60) Thorp as anyone else in the league. ~ "" very sparingly t~rottghout the g ~g 'it tp avg. up and pulled ahead. They al-Carter 8 9 Maloney High Point Man night, pumped in 16 points atWilber, 10 5 21 16 58 11Smost completely controlled the Stewart 20 ~ LeRoy Charles Tough Competition a steady pace. Don O xwang lttermhagen, 42 ~ 13 ~19 45 9.0 boards in the second and third Shotwel~l 1 2 Hanlon Forward Larry 'Miner is usu- Ilew added 10 'for the evenly ban Ox~vang, 11 5 13 14 40 8.0 periods, with C~ldendale stay- Fields 4 10 Wade Prosser's 42-62 loss at Gold-ally the Naches group's top TRACKMAN : mined C~ldendale ou~it. Center Price, 1~ 0 11 8 30 6.0 ing in the game mainly on .free Kessin, ger 4 14 Van De Brake endale the night after New point producer, with several of '~'Yancis Hull paced the Cou- Olson, .12 5 8 10 26 5.2 throws. Su*bs: (~) C.~odnight. (T) L.Year's probably does not indi- his teammates trading off in ,gar scorir, g with 13, of which Lehto, ,11 5 9 4 ~2 4.4 McCl,askey played out front Charles 4, Karlson 2, Weyand 4, rate the outcome of this gamescoring. The Rangers, as unpre- '11 came 'from %he ~oul fine.Theme, ,12 3 3 3 9 3.0 most of t~he time, either passing Mvrrison. Saturday, for Presser could give dictable as Marquette, plays Ralph Winters, the Cougars' Jeter, '11 5 6 2 14 2.~ in or taking ~]on, g jumpers. In On Saturday night ~Bickleton the Wolves one of their tough- ragged sometimes but comes all-va.lley selection, was held Spiekerm~n, 10 5 6 0 12 2.4 the 'fourth period, Marlo~v, ~Ic- traveled toThorp and lostagain est rides of the season. Naches b~ck strong in other contests; $| Claskey, Sanders and Willis 43-7,2. The score at the end of may not be much easier for the they have proved troublesome toThea minimum.frst five minutes was Wilds, 15 .... 3 0 0 0 0.0 took command' of the ~boards the first quarter was 16-110 with Wolves to handle, thusfr moStfar, of their opponents virtually all C~oldendale's, asGoldendale... 5 90 76,~-651.2and ~ast-breaked the losers to Thorp in the lead, and the .lead -'- exhaustion. Goldendale's lackincreased in every quarter. Presser travels to Yakima to A large crowd is expected the Timbemvolves raced to a Opponents ... ~ 77 61~1543.0 of .fouling was a big .~actor in t'~ussell Stewart was high for take on Central Catholic in Fri- Friday night in hopes of seeing~|C=L=S|LV~'R 12-3 advantage. But White $1 Swan came strong on the League blr Quarters (5 games)the outcome. Bickleton with ,1'5, ~olluwed by day night action, while Selahthe Timberwolves improve on , ~'olves' errors and gained a Goldendale 516358795256 Trail atClo~ 'Mike Carter with 13. Larry plays at West Valley; the Vik- their ragged Victory against BA~m~ERIES ............... Charles was high for Thorp ings do not play Saturday. White Swan. A large contingent ~barrel.fullof easy.layups~hichOpponents 405350630 215 Trailing 41-52 early in thewith ~14. The preliminary gameSelah, red-hot at Goldendale is likely to head for Presser closed the .gap within two White Swan fg tp pf tp final quarter, C-~ldendalen~ade was 32-50 with Thorp winnir~g, a coupleofweeksago, was ice- Saturday as the "A" league ~ --" points at halftime, .21-19. Lockard, .f3-5 1-2 2 7 an attempt to close the .gapBickleton (43) (72) Thorp cold against Marquette, hitting heads into the expected wild W, hRe Swan continued to Winters, .f3-100-5 3 6 by ~o~ting ,from the outside; Carter 13 9 Maloney only 19 per cent from the field, finish. oldend e keep the Wolves on the uneasy Hull, c 1-4 11-121 13 ~but Sunnyside again ~ulled Stewart 15 0 LeRoy Charles side and ma,tched the ~Wolves Spencer, g ,2-80-0 5 4 away. But then the winners Shotwell 0 11 Hanlon The Viks missed their first 12 ---------~ through the third period, with Sanchey, g 3~8 0-2 2 6 resorted to the winning tactics, Fields 4 3 Wade field shots and 9 of their first Hiway 97, 2 Blocks North of Town Call PR each making .approximately the Owen 0-4 0-0 0 0 with Willis and McClaskey do- Kessinger 6 8 Van de Brake 10 free throws. Friday Selahphone news to 3-2621 : m m ~ mm same number of ~zn~bles and Winter 0-0 1-2 0 1 inn most o.f the scoring. mishaps. Subs: (B) Bob In.gram, Crood- ~either team hit with any Johnson 0-0 0-0 0 0' La~st week McClaskey scored night 3. (T) ,Lar~y Charles 14, E l" :~ I ~ consistency through most of the ~2-~99 ~-2-3 ~3 3"747 points in a city police league Karlson 2, Weyand 13, DeWol~ J i i P ~ practice game in Portland, sink- 4, Gregerich 4 and Morrison 4. ~g~me, ~mtil Goldendale ,got 'h~t Goldendale fg ip pf lp ing 22 .of 25 long jumpers. This weekend Bickleton's Pi- [ ) ! ~t the finis'h. Wilber pumped Oison, 1-2 0-0 0 ,2 in 54 per cent from the loor, The win gave Goldendale a rates will fie to ~enton City to ] [] ~ k ~ and several other underclass- Oxwar~g, ~ 3-7 4-5 3 10 1-1 lea~gue record. ~he entire $']ay, and on Saturday night the men a:lso connected as the J eter, e 2-3 0-0 4 4 Sunnyside team is composed ofZillah team will come to Bickle- H" ~ ~,, ~ ~ Itters'hagn,g 0-7 7-8 3 7 high school graduates, ton. The B games start at 6:30. ~y Wolves pulled the game out ofLehto, g 1-5 0-0 0 2 ___ the ~'ire. Spiekerman '2-5 0-0 0 4 Goldendale fg ft pf tp Shooting Slump Price 2-4 1-20 arlow, f .................. 3 0 l: Condon, Grandview Extra lean. H~ne style Senior co-captain, ~rew It-~Vilber 7-13 Nicker n,f .............. 0 O0 O Hoop Teams Defeat .flavor. tershagen, 'formerly the GHS 0-0 ,Sanders, c ..................3 Bickleton Townies NOTNING lbs. .big .gun in scoring, h~s been 0-0 3 0 McClaskey, g .......... 12 6 '1 30 Willis 0-0 Th~ne 0-1 --~-- ~ramer, ,g ................ 2 0 0 4 J IlllII I I 18-47 14-19 17 ~0 Willis ........................ 3 2 2 8 Score by Quarters Ort on o -'o Goldendale ...... ,12 9 10 19--50 23 135 61 White Swan ....7 1,2 9 Sunnyside fg fi pf ip Sport Sputters Goldendale's Athletic As- sociation basketball t e a m defeated the Arleta Athletic Club of the Portland city league here two nights run- ning, the first by a one- point margin in a 10-9 score and the second 28-22. That was back in the days when scoring was held down to low figures---in 1921---and players never heard of the high point methods of to- day. Fast work on the floor and basket shooting by Mar- tin Spalding was a feature of the game. At that time fans here expected team to equal the record made by the former "crack team" of the Goldendale Fire Depart- ment which held an unbrok- en string of victories for several years. ---o-- Although it may seem a little inconsistent, sports fans were both planning an early start on the season at the Goldendale Golf club and were starting a spring skfing program in February, 1952. As an explanation, the golf club event was the kick- off party (interior type) w i t h election o f officers planned. Ski enth,usiasts, on the other hand, headed for Satus Summit where pow- der snow offered one of the best skiing weekends of the ~eason. Loose ........................ 15 2 3 32 D. Bonny .................. 8 2 1 '18 T. (Bonny .................. 3 0 2 6 MHler ........................ 1 0 2 2 ~)eaver ...................... 1 0 3 2 ~vntgomery ............ 0 0 0 0 F.merson .................... 0 0 3 0 YAKIMA VALLEY "A" LEAGUE STANDINGS League Season WLPf ~a WLP~ Pa Presser 6 0 330 257 9 4 669 558 Selah 5 'I 276,223 12 2 677 558 Ceol'dend. 4 1 2:56 215 9 3 596 483 CleElum 3 2 202 '191 7 5 5'50 4~8 :]Warqtte 32 271239 86565529 W.S~van 3 3 268 g85,10 4 657 598 Naches 3 3 26'2 ~71 6 8 593 806 Hi,gh]and 3 3 '231 248 8 6 567 5~1 W.Valley 3 3 309 353 7 6 629 691 E.Valley 1 42572~93 10652685 Central 1 4 215 ~29 6 7,536 536 ,Grandvw 1 4 2S8 270 2 9 '534 623 Granger 0 6 262 338 1 '13 586 740 BICKLETON ,(Special) --The Bickleton Townies dropped a close decision to Condon Sun- day, 69 ~o 63. Biekleton took an early lead and led 3~-26 at the half. Condon 'fought back and Bicklet~n ran out of gas as Conflon tied the score in the fourth stanza ,and took the lead with three minutes left to play. Bickleton was unable to regain the lead. Bill Mains paced ~,he losers with 16. Godd,ard was high for Condon with 19. The same teams meet in Bickleton ~ebru- 28 4 14 60 Score by quar/ers Go]dendale ...... '15 11 12 23-~1 Sunnyside ........ 8 ;14 17 21--60 VALLEY "A" LOOP LEADING SCORERS N.Storey, High. ,14 92 38 2.22 15.9 Mech, ,Presser Gavin, W.~r. Gardner, W.V. Koreis, Se]ah Lenseigne, E.V. Miner, ~aches Winters, W.S. Parker, Grang. Benedict, C.C. Dozier, Sela.h (',alvert, Selah ,Ittershagen, G. 138.0 4~51205 15.8 14 54 46 154 14.0 13 74 17 165 12.7 '13 58 44,160 12.3 11 48 37 133 12.1 14 ~4 32 160 11.4 13 51 46 ~148 11.4 ~14 53 37 143 10.'8 13 52 35 139 10.7 14 56128 140 10.0 14 54 30 ~138 9.9 12 41 33 '115 9.6 GHS TIMBERWOLVES BASKETBALL SCHEDULE x,Feb. 6 ........................ Naehes xFeb. 6 ........................ Prosser Web. 12 .................. Highland x,Feb. 13 .................... Granger x'Feb. 19 ............ West Valley xFeb. 20 ...................... Mo~ee xFeb. 26 .... Central CathoMe *Home Games. xLeague Games. WIS~ INDIANS 1959-60 Basketball Schedule Sa~. Feb. 6--,Glen~vood Appleton News By Mrs. Don Milberger ---O--- FrL Feb. 12-.-Klirkitat Goldendale sports f a n s ~;at. Feb. l~---Cascade Locks the corner, with the sun shin- were looking in another di- Fri~-Sat. Feb. 19-20, s~b-district ing and so warm for this time rection in 1932 when the tourney, Goldendale of year. The Appleton Booster club Eagles basketball ,team slat- Bold tact type indicates home held its monthly meeting Sat- ed two weekend g a m e s. mes. Their opponents were the ~ urday evening. An ~nteresting Red & White Rosebuds and TROUTLAKE HIGH SCHOOL as well as educational film was the Multnomah club, both of BKSKETBKLL SCHEDULE shown. "Roads to Progress" was sent here by the Washing- Portland. They were con- Feb. 6---K i 'ckitat ton state highway commission. sidered among the best in TL--Feb'~12"-'~yle Those enjoying the evening the state with team mem- T/.,--Indicates home gameswere Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Case, ary I~. Bickleton (63) (6S) Condon Bill Mains 16 13 Logan Chuck Gall :13 19 Cr~dard E. Brown 9 14 Lacy .Dan Mains t4 16 Coleman D. ~Seely 9 7 Hell :Subs: .(B) G. Mains 7, Sher- man Jensen 4, ~Lasley and Bob Mains. (C) Delany. Bickleton Townies dropped their second ,game of the sea- son Tuesday to red-hot Grand- view. Biekleton had a one-point margin the ,first quarter, but fell behind seven points the sec- ond quarter. The game ~ras ied several times the third period, with Grandview holding a two- ,point edge 'at the close o,f play. The 'fourth quarter was all Grandview, as they scored 41 points to Bickleton's ~23. Dick ,Harris and ,Paul tBolt led the Grandview attack with accu- race shootir,,g and solid rebound- ing. TIarris scored 28, Bolt 26. Dan Mains was high for the los- ers with 31, $ollowed ,by Bill Mains 'with ~19. The win moved Grandview into a second-place tie wit~ Outk)ok. Mrs. Grant Worthen received word early this week that her parents, Mr. and "Mrs. Leo Bush will spend some tithe in Florida before coming home. They re- ported having a wonderful time in spite of having the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Milberger and family of Portland were Friday and Saturday callers at his brother's home, the Den Milbergers. Mr. and Mrs. George Clark and family of The Da~les called at the R. W. Case home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crosby and Mrs. Den Milberger went to The Dalles Thursday. Mr. and (Mrs. Grant Worthen and family went to The DaUes Saturday evening to do some shopping. (Mrs. R. W. Case and Mrs. Don Milberger attended the rug workshop in White Salmon last Friday. Mr. and 'Mrs. Bill Crosby Dan (Mains 31 went to ~eaverton, Ore. Sun-.D. Seely day to see their folks. S. Jensen 4 The weather has begun to look like spring is just around Bickleton (92) (113) Grandview Bill Mains 19 28 D. Harris Chuck C~ll 10 ,16 Zieske E. Brown :13 t17 Hancock 26 Bolt 19 Mears 6 Puterbaugh KLICKITAT VANDALS 1959-60 Basketball Schedule Fe~. 5---Lyle Feb. 6--Troutlak~ Feb. 12-~Wishram 'B" gsmes start at 7 p.m. "A" games start a~ 8 p.m. * Nonleague g~es. Bold face ~ indicates home games. hers ex-co]lege players. The Den Mflberger and sons, WEEKLY LIVESTOCK Eagles "letterman" boasted Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jewell and of a "revamped" ~eam. family, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. MARKET REPORT Kamp, Mrs. Norman Allen and --o--, ,, ,, &~ fan~ly, Miss Lola Wagner and ~ ': .................. ~ You can t revamp old Live Music Wed., Fri. tires. Bring 'em to us for Mr. and Mrs. Grant Worthen WINK-GOLDENDALE /~t"~ and family. The market was steady with replacement from our high- and S~t. Nights ,"Mr. and Mrs. Ron Camp and last week. k of tr uaht oc " q ' " y st antler'For a pleasant evening of f~m. ,family of Klickitat called at G o o d s t e e r s and heifers Goedyears. and relaxation come to the the home of his parents, the J. $22.50-25; heavy weight calves J. Kamps, Saturday. $24-27; light weight steer calves OLSEN'S PONTIAC CO. CLUB Louis Nagel and John Terry $26-29; heifers 22-24.50. Go]de~td~e ~ 3-4~1 called at the Ray Sehultz home Good beef cows $14.50-16; L~ ~ ~ H~ and in Klickitat Saturday evening, canners and cutters $11-14.50; Us~ ~ Jm TOwn ~olde~dale Louis is a brother of Mrs. Ray bulls $19-22. No choice butch- Schultz. ers offered; feeder pigs $13-14. II I IIIII I I .... . ........ ,.~, A . LOIN END YOU / lb. SWIFT'S PREMIUM, BONELESS, ROLLED Tender, Juicy, All Lean 'Meat. lb. COUNTRY STYLE lb. Fill Your Freezer Large Juicy Chops PILLSBURY, FRESH Just Bake and Eat. 8-OZ. PILLSBURY Devil's, White, Yellow KRAFT 12-oz. Raspberry.. for $1.00 20-oz. 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