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^ Prep Roundup By BILL "TEX" ELLIS Times Sports Writer THE PENKSULA LEAGUE football race is all over, with the selection of the all-league team all that remains for the 1960 season, as basketball and other winter sports are.already upon us. In case you've forgotten, the Peninsula league coaches did a pretty good job of tabbing the race--they did get the winner ' right, with San Mateo, but after that they varied, somewhat, falling back into the same category with sportswrilers for the rest of the. positions. They came pretty close, however, only missing a position or so on Capuchino and Mills. Hills-, dale was the surprise, finishing second after being picked for sixth. Westmoor, picked, seventh, came in third, arid Burlingame, an expected third-place finisher, was sixth, although most agree that the earlier guess probably fit the Panthers better than their actual finish. PRE-SEASON Ohio State MARK NEWGARD Following is a chart showing the pre-season rating of each team by the coaches, along with how the teams actually finished, just for comparison: . Actual Finish 1. San Maleo (7-0) 2. Hillsdale (5-1-1) 3. (tie! Capuchino (4-3) Westmoor (4-3) 5. Mills (3-4) ' · . ' 6. Burlingame (2-4-1) ' 7. (tie) Jefferson (6-1) South Saa Francisco (6-1) Pre-Season: 1. San Mateo 2. Capuchino 3. Burlingame 4. (tie) MUIs South Sac Francisco 6. Hillsdale ' 7. Westmoor 8. Jefferson The league pretty well lived up to its expectation of being fairly well balanced, with one exception: no one hardly expected San Mateo to go through undefeated, but the Bearcats did just that. ' ' ·· -fr ft i IN THE SOUTH Peninsula league, meantime, pre-season prog- nosticatbrs had that loop' pretty well figured out. The Sequoia Cherokees. as expected, rolled .to their third-straight SPAL crown, without loo'much trouble.. . . · . By doing a little juggling with-the three teams.. which tied for second, the league ended up almost exactly as the coaches rated the teams .prior to the season, with Ravenswood beating out Woodside. for. sixth. place as tfie only surprise: Pre-season: " I.. -Sequoia · 2. Palo Alt6 ' 3! Cubberley ; 4. Carlmont · 5. .MeBlorAtherion .- . ·' 6. Woodside '. ·· 7. Ravenswood , ' Actual Finish: 1. Sequoia (fi-0) . 2 . (tie) Palo Alto (5-2) Cubberlcy (5-2) . . Carlmont (5-2) 5. MenJo-Atherton (M) fi. Ravenswood (1-5)., 7, Wowlcide (0-6) ft ft . IF HIS INITIAL try.- in the Little-Big game- is any indication, San Mateo's junior fullback, Mark Newgard,' may force us to 'add the'"FG" column to theTeninsula league scoring column next year. With .the ball spotted at the 24, Newgard narrowly missed giving San -Matco a .3-0 lead with his field goal attempt, which appeared to be good before the ball .hit' -'the 'cross bar. Newgard scored 14 points this season, all on placements after touchdowns. But Bearcat coaches- may make better use .of his talented toe when, .the going gets rough in enemy territory next season. Cage List NEW YOKts '(UFI)-Ohio State, last- year's.- NCAA.-' champion which once · again boasts- All- America Jerry'Lucas', received a record vote from the United Press International. Board ' of Coaches today as- the pre-season choice for No. 1 college 'basketball team in the country.: The 35 famous- coaches comprising -the UPI board gave, Ohio State 347 poin t s out of a possible 350 in their pre-season ratings.'- Team ' · . ." Points 1 Ohio State (33) :...'. 3.17 ! Bradley (2P..- '.-....: .739 3 Indiana ...201 4 Kansas , 15V 5 North Carolina 13; 6 Utah . . . . 10' 7 Utah Sta*s : ,...- 65 8 St. Bonaventurc 57 9 (Tie) Auburn, Kentucky . . . . . . ' '50 ·Second. 10-11-. St..John's, 47; 12. Washington, M; ",1 VJIIanova, 42; 14 Detroit, 41; IS. Kansas Ctato, 36; 16. 'Duke, 35; 17. Western Kentucky 34; -IB, Providence, 31; 19. Cincinnati, 28; 20. wake Forest, 26. Two County Gridders Win Awards Two Peninsula football players were named - winners today of scholarship-athletic awards'by the San Francisco chapter of the National Football . Foundation and Hall of'Fame. . ' · - ; .They are William Suinmers' of Menlo-Atherton High- school and-Park Wray-of Sequoia High school's 1960 South' : Peninsula Athletic league championship team. . Fourteen other high schdol football players from eight bay area counties were named 'as winnersi Summers, a .guard on Menlo- Atherton's football team,, 'had a 3.2 grade average' (4.0' is perfect). He is a member C the student council; board of welfare;' Hi-Y, took first place in the Menlo-Atherton Science Fair and honorable mention in the . San Francisco Science Fair. ' ' · Ray is a member of the Cali- 'ornia · Scholastic Federation and wasted- a 3.6"grade average. He s also shKJent body president, member of the' student council, velfare board -and- bbard of ath'- etic control. A blocking guard on Sequoia's single-wing formation, iVray was hailed, by Coach Joe Vlarvin-.as the most valuable football player on. the team! . The awards will be made Friday in San · Francisco at a banquet. Players, were picked on the oasis of athletic, academic and eadcrship performances.- Golf School t Moore Wins I Verdict Over t Bud Turman r DARAS, Tex. (AP) -- Old Archie Moore, currently on..the NBA blacklist for failure to defend his ! world's light heavyweight cham- j pionship in the required time, de- I cisioned young Buddy Turman i Monday night then announced hp ; probably would be back soon, j Moore, who admits to 43, wants to give Donnie Fleeman.'the Tex' as light heavyweight champion, a I chance. | Fleeman appeared on the same card and beat George (Scrap- iron) Johnsti of Oklahoma City on a technical'khockout in the sev- ' enth round. 1 Fleeman had said he thought Turman, 26. Tyler, Tex., heavyweight, would take ; out Archie, · Such widely separated places as Kailua Kona. Hawaii, Two Dot, Mont., Paris, France and Skovde, Sweden were represented when Yale sounded its call for varsity football candidates. FAN FARE 'I HAVEN'T SEEN MPOR.HOSBANP Golden Gate Fields Entries Wednesday, Cloudy and Fait. Pott Time 1 P.M. -. · By United Prm International FIRST--KOOO Clmg 3 yo »nd up. Bred In Cal 6 tun. Betty Fojta 104 Sharo Corner ..107 He's Better ....105 Final Way ....107 Norms ......107 Nina De Tclar 107 Hlnduro 115 Fuildy's -Buddy 115 Doc Pepper 112 March Idol ....H2 . . . Charr Jet 112 Vegas Dollar ..104 Hals 109 Zacawln 112 Lucky Night ...112 " SECOND--HIM Cll Fair City 1 1 7 1 SOFTBALL TECHNIQUES FINE, BUT NOT FOR GOI* Many ex-little leaguers are now out of the golf' courses, enjoyiiag, their new pastime and** thinking fondly" of'their old. In the old softball _days, they batted the ball with a level swing, , one that would.he called flat., in golf. Now, in an effort lo produce - the same type of power, ihey may be' swinging the .golf club in a. fiat arc. And a too-flat swing will not- produce the kind of golf shots they want. . One way to get the swing more upright is to check.-the position of your left, wrist--at .the'.-top 01 the-backswing. If it is under the shaft at that point, your swing will be more satis-. factorily upright.' In · other words, it should be more- perpendicular to the ground .ihan.vtevel with" it,. as : the^rrow;ln'\toSay.'s- illustration showsl;ThLi. .Will;, also cause the": clubVihafi to pofiit .at the target : pamphlet, "The Swing: Step'by Step,". : will'show you just how · t o : 'c!ean;up" your swing. This .power-producing book of tips is, yours. for just; 10 cents and a rather thair''to its ; 'ieft,--which-- stamped, return envelope sent . . ' . . . .k. · - - . - · · . - · n « * 1 - f Jl. ! will-1 lessen"TOUT "chances ' df to,me, Sam Snead, care of. this swinging-too-flat.- · : · : . "-'paper. T w o weeks after you. IF you have -trouble, getting send away, this form-perfecting rav.frWthat "softb'all swine" painptilet wffl be yours, to show you the way to a better swing. softb'alt swing 1 and .into good' golf---tonn, .my Bicj Fiye Statistics Big riv» standings AAWU GAMES (Final) Wash UCLA SC Cal ,Tadford W L T DlS. OpO. - 100 25 18 78 Cal Wash . UCLA . Stanford UCLA Wash SC St«nford UCLA ALL GAMES W L T 'Pts. Opp 9 1 0 2 5 5 1 0 ','.' 6 2 1 US . 71 2 7 1 . 93 1?. '".'.'.'.'.'..'..0 10' 0 111 -254 ' Total Offense... Plays Rush Pass Total Avg .435 2186 999 3185 31 528 1722 1130 2852 .31 ...614 1217 1313 2530 25: 6JI 1604 744 2348 .23: 622 1501 764 2267 -XL Total Defense PI.VS Rush Pass To a l A v f l 9D1 2410 1577 2694 108S 2812 1127 3392 268 Stanford Stanford Stanford UCLA - ...S7D .1129 632 1117 «S 1717 - 623 2265 · · - · " ..iS4 2393 1070 3463 -346 ' ·*$'-· o«.» ne , ?ii $? m ?$ ?{' 459 1900 296 1604 160 . 480 1329 328 UOl 1.50 366 1432 215 1217 122 Rushing Deftnit TCB YG YL Net Avg. 363 1304 187 1117 1 ..410 1629 200 1«9 1 ....47! 1942 215 1727 173 490 2568 303 2265 - 227 .; JOO 2527 1 3 X - 2 3 9 3 239 Passing Offense PA PC PI Yds. Pet. Avg. TO 248 110 16 1313 .44 131 5 137 69 . - 9 1130 .503 '-136 "lO« 54 10 999 .509 100 :!l31 71 8 766 .542- 77 3 ..143 57 , 9 732 '.399 73 Passing Defense " . PC PI Yds. Pet. Ava. TD Wry 107 MlntB ~ " yo. i MS : il SFSYFuJIer On APAII-West Football Team LONG BEACH CAP) -'Three inemen who scale 240 pounds'or more plus an all-purpose ba'ckfield highlight the 1960 A s~s o c i- a t e d 'ress Little'All-West "Coast foot)all team. - '· . Doug Brown,..th'e.246-pound run- i-TM",v!| 7 i n ' n £ Su'ard fr'dm.Frcsno State, and Cel SC _ UCLA Stanford Wash . ..154 .170 .140 86 133 70 .259 123 1072 IMS 981 1127 1520 .526- 107 .494 109 .538 10' .526 113 .475 152 112 Captain Dallas 120 Lycos Boy 115 Hasty Ace 115 Royal StreaH ..120 Glcndor 117 Tiny Tower 112 Arsonist 115 Bio Stranner ..115 Gallant Guy ..11 ··THIRD--Jiooo Clmg. I yo mdns. 6 Furs. Stylish Aflald ...115 Durallum ... ____ 115 Fosta's Pet ....115 T Ann T. ......118 Mr. Dec Tco ..118 Vigl's Son ..... 118 Rcmo Steel ...118 Candy Dancer 110 Ejrly Traveler 110 Pin Fighter ..1118 Nalveie 11! Thunderman 115 America First llfl Elttel',% Order lie Mr.-Slg Drchcs 118 Siouxson lifi FOURTH--52100 Clmq. 3-yn * uo 6 Furs Ulch. Constructive Sonnv Welch .........114 Eviction ...117 114 'All Van ., 114 FJFTH--12500 Clmg. 3 yo up. I Mile Rustic Vlllago 110 Hayon 11. Merce Me 109 Butch-S 112 Topple 107 Gnila Alia ....109 SIXTH--SJ«0 Clrnj. 3 yo._« Furlonji Bambay 1 1 2 ' Jescause 112 Tnclr Currage 109 Sleepy Sullivan 105 Miss Vanguard 109 -Toparch Reins ..; --110' Poco Bavo Rey 112 Union Slreat ..112 Uncut Diamond 1*0 Goodnight Mary 110 Lerusdr-oam 10? Miss RcMc ....104 112 -- f^i*T0NLY 60T OUT FRCWN _ * UNPES? THAT WOOL BLANKET ·COR AN OCCASIONAL MEAL, '' .SINCE OCTOBER.' p--Jlilpsiss Easy-Touoo ...107 ,, Jani Joy 112 SEVENTH--S28M Clmg. 2 yo. 4 Furlongs Side Trip ,.'....113 Elsie's Bull ...Jll Glronda Ill Sir vovo 117 Deacon Shine 115 Train Rider ...115 Divine Rascal us Lurking 108 Diamond --115 EIGHTH--15000. Hayward Handicap. 3 yo. 6 Furlongs · Khamlchal ..111' Giant Guv ....120 Red Rocky ....120 King 01 All ...107 Victor Rc-igh ..110 Stage Actress 106 Count Holiday 112 Hcchlzo 114 NINTH--J3000 Clmg. 3 YO i Op. 1 Mi Lon's Lad 112 Doctor E. D. 107 Jlmmv James 112 Whal Haste ·'.:...112 ash SaleO ...'.107 ' Eddie .Read ...117 Vantage Point ni Borneo --..109 Ualor Leaguer 112 Orel L -J12 Goose Khfll .,..115 Brother Julian 115 Klnqs Record ..112 Old South 112 TENTH--(Sub)--17000 Clmg. 3 yo * up. V.llcs - Vino Segundo ..1M Forln Sea 1H Glory Sweep .,.114 Seven; Up Ill Puerto Rlcan ,.114 Star Bubo 109 Eternal Town ..114 Sandman Jr. ,.1U Mcmb.lllo ...H4 Swift Joe 117 Slmonslown 1U Stephens Acres 111 Paso A Paso ..114 Tinllet 114 Tony's Coll .. .109 Unwritten . ...11; Golden Gate Fields Results (Cloudy and Past) FIRST--* Fur». 3 yoj. and up. Mdns Clmg 12000 Prldey (Neves) Rongour (Moreno) Texas Tambourine (Ohayon) 8.80 4.BD 3.20 7.00' 4.20 4.60 "Time^-T:i2"Aiso Ran-^-Petlte Regard!, Silver Jackson, Mad-Jo, Travelerte, Correlating., Frills, Battle Down, Feather Bcdder, Kallten,' . · Pills Humboldt State's tackle 'Vester Flanagan at- .245 are the- biggest men on 7 the- first team with Los Angeles -State.'tacklo, Ron Pucfcett not far behind at 240.- Denny Spurlock of-Washington's Whitworth -College, -the national total offense.' leader.- gets the quarterback post with Dale Messer of-Fresno and Charlie. 1 Fuller of San- Francisco State at halfbacks and Humboldt's White at fullback. . Wulftange Wins X-Country;Meet:. Frank Wulftan;;e.' former Peninsula-Athletic league-'cross-country runner, won the Pacific Athletic 'association cross-country championship "run in San 1 Francisco's G-olden. Gate park yesterday with a 32:00:3 clocking.' ' Wulftange;s. first place finish enabled bis Santa v Clara Valley Youth · Village ;teamma'tes -.to eke out the team -tilte against [he San Francisco Athletic club, 2.W6. The, Vlarin Athletic club finished third in the cross-country race. with.59! Joints. ' . ' Kezar Mat Main Feature Szabo, Hutton Two muscular gentlemen who share ex-world ' h e'a v y weight championship distinction,, veteran Sandor Szabo' of Hungary and rough Dick -Button from Tulsa, will collide in the main event of tonight's Kezar pavilion wrestling program. Szabo, who refuses to reveal his true age but conservatively admits he's past 40, wore the universal, crown' during the forties, .But the. durable mountain of muscles is still going strong. Hutton. a mean customer, who won every grapple tourney he entered during .three years at mat-consciously Oklahoma State University, was a titlist in -1857. He lost the throne to Lou Thesz. The tough combo of Ed "Me. Clean" Miller of Detroit and Man Mountain Campbell, 340 'pound Texan, meets Mexico's Ricky Romero and Sam Steamboat from Honolulu in the 45 minute semi- windup. Jean - B - a i l l a r g e o n of France opposes Los Angeleno Vic Christy following the 8:30 opener between Bud Curtis of LA. and Sacramento's Ron Ech- eson. · · ' . Tallest,' heaviest and -, oldest slayer on North Carolina State's lootball team, is Dick- Reynolds of College Park, Md. He's 6-foot- 6, weighs 270 and is 25. He was in the Marines, four years. Only Two Ma"fP r Unbeaten teams In the Nation ' NEW YORK (UPD-- New. Mexico State today ranked with Yale as: the only major college football teams in th'e nation .otf a-list' -of 16 schools that completed' the season with perfect records. ; . · The, Aggies of New M e x i c o State defeated .Texas Western^ 2715,"Saturday for their 'loth- consecutive victory.- The only team to drop from last week's perfect plateau was Southern-' University of Louisiana, which- lost a 23-15 decision to : Prairie View. '- s Humboldt f Calif.) and Lenoir- Rhyne (N.C.). successfully closed their 1960 season on Thanksgiving Day, The season GOLF NOTES Lucky Open Qualifying December! ·. Rainfall has continued !to slightly impede-the completion of the tennis-courts at the lush new .'Palo Alto Hills golf course, 'but according to- manager Alex Stewart, the dampness hasn't" interfered with construction of the ."showplace"; clubhouse -which is now one-third finished. ' ' ; 1 Stewart also said ; memberships are'.still open- at.Palp Alto. Hills in 1 -the.' money-saving "Junior Plan" .which' gives a card-.to.any- Tuesdoy, Nov. 29, 1960 ; . San Mateo times.- 9 YOU. CAN'T'try to ".throw the' ball -ffirough the back wall" and expect to score up to your'potential.- . . . . ; ' . - · - : . · 'That's theUesson .-3i.year-old -Bob Jotason..,of ·.Wo6dsio*'. Bowl has learned in winning .Times acclaim' as latest Bowler of the-Week:' The Menlo Park music salesman carried a 136 average, so his feat of clouting a 561'.series on-games of 183-200-178 is 'mighty impressive!" . - · ' ' - . . ; Johnson got tired of bringing up the rear, - he : says,, so completely revamped, his game T. an early morning workout on the Woodside lanes. Net result is he quit forcing the bail and slowed down jus delivery-allowing the ball''to "take" and follow a natural arc into the'strike pocket. . · His big night for LaRosa Auto Bepair in the'765 Hdcp. league sparked a' double, win "and boosted his:team' 'into second spot just half'a game'off the-lea* 1 one between the-ages of-21-and 31 .Elsewhere in the South County, B'art Brandeberff sizzled -for at a substantial saving along, with San Carlos honors.'.at 269-626 for 'a 137-pin boost, and Redwood Bowl had Don Poonnan. with his first 600 in the 800 Scratch league after 211-218 gems along the way--a 133-pin rise above normal. ' ' ' three 1 shares 'of club stock. · - . ·*· * - ' *.''·'··' -. -.:'· Some 16B'!ow handicap golfers will be split over'too courses for the 18 hole qualifying test December 1, in the. $5000 Pre- Afflatcar division of'the $57,000.' Lucky International touruamcntl · Open Golf .The Ipvy 25 net .scorers at':botb Lake Merced and-The'Olympic Club's Ocean'-, layout will qualify and will be paired with the'na- tion's leading .professionals, for .the $5000 Lucky-Pro-Aniateur at .Harding , Park in San ' Francisco : : 'o January:25. -.- ' ' . ; ' - . . ' - . · ' . - · ' Taking theimedal test'at.Lake Merced'.-will." be :such stars----?s George':Gnau, -Lloud Rossi,-"-Lido [iandi, Dave Bohannon, Val!.. Beatricz and'young Tommy Culligan, m. - , · . - : ' - . Meanwhile, on Ocean such stars as Ed Lowery, Bob' Cardinal, Bob Eoos! Jimmy French,.Jr., Clarence Costa, Tommy Yee, and .Dr. Bob Thompson will- "be . seeking berths. · . ·· -' ' ended - with . f i v e teams attaining 10 triumphs, nine winning nine games and two gaining eight wins. The perfect record teams: Ten Humboldt (Calif.): Lemir-Rhyne Ohio University, New Mexico St. Nine victories^ Albright · (Pa.) Iowa State Teachers; Muskingiim Ottawa (Kan.): Wagner; West Chester f Pa.) Teachers; W h i t worth (Wash,); Williamette (Ore); Yale. ' ' . Eight Games Film To Be Shown December 4 The Northern California Track and Field association show movies of the 1960 Olympic games and o t h e r outstanding, track events December 4, at- the Palo Alto High school, auditorium. Admission is $1 for adults. 50 cents for students a n d ' 50 'cents to members of the NCTFA. The Olympic film- covers all spoils, with emphasis on track and field events, in' color and sound.'Films 1060 California State High school championships and-or the 1960 final Olympic trials, will WOODSEDE'S '.SUNDAY Sweeper jackpot'" rose over'the S350 mark as Carl DeilAquila knocked on the door' in defeating A. J. Winclienbatigh. DellAquila got three strikes when he needed 'em. then added' six more in a row just to show he's ready for next Sunday's' 1 0 a.m. .challenger. . . . Winner of "the sweeper Sunday will-go the nine-ball route, with five in a row needed to cart home the loot. Mary Ann Chew of Del Monte Meats in the Majorettes league shook up the. pins in fine form as' ladies' hardliner on the Plaza lanes: 204-171-204 for a top-notch .579. · · Other pacers, among the gals were Betty Hardy of Ampex in Pjnups action with a 104-pin'rise above usual via 181-^0;'Jo Mctzer of Ramor Oaks'at 206. and "Fuzz'.Nicol 200-527--both Majorettes; Marge Williams with a 128-triplicate; Shirley Posner of Ginny's Wrens at 174-458.for Style : -Center, aiid' Gertrude Richen of Sullivan Plumbing stepping at 135-136-137. . ' . BEROIE PLUMBING .sponsor CllUdt Bergman 'boomed · HI over ' his normal by clouting 211-543 In Belles Betius, while Jim Loyd-of Plaza Toys looomed 126 over at- 555, and R. Baker socked 20?-551-for a 122-pin boost. Other- Woodslders ot note: A! Brown of'tht Tribune at 201-173 tor'568 In Un- teammate Kitny w*lk§r of touchablts play Glllasple had . . . Goetz Painting with a 22 as Bob P«ac? hit 2W-5M lor Johnny's .Flying A ameng, inc Businessmen's Hdcp, and Ray Story topped Mixed Doubles at 202-575. ' SAN CARLOS BOWL AS NOTED above, 'Bart. Brandeburg was easily the headjiner for the House of DeBarbrie as 1 eight precision pin-busters soared over t h e 6 0 0 mark. . . - . ' ' Brandy's big set-stole some of the_ lustre'from a 642 by Jim Dayson.at 243-216! as poll-House salvaged one win against tough Spreckels via 1056 inn the 890 Classic. - ' Bart's'blast came .for-St. Charles Gaels-in the spirited Inter- parish league, tieing Ben Teilejohn for tops in the league this season. : OTHER IN Ihe 600 Club at San Carlos: Orlan Ryan of -Lampert Insurance, 236-628 In a sweep and Don Firrcli of Peninsula - Linen a t - 2 4 7 - 6 2 3 ' I n another 590 whitewash... · " ... .Gun[i Togaml 'of Woodside clouted 252- U - a s Nisei topper,- '-- --'-- -- Nakanislil't fine 24,' Jewelers... Barney V Crown Plastics nnd Gil Peglow with 209- M2 tor May Jewelers gof.irie SOO-310 Scratch a berth, and Jim Kuhlman of St. Pius Shamrocks collected 601 after a 208-211 pair. ...,,.,. CORT6Z led the IjdlM with 192-524. for. Al's in 710 Scratch ahead of Peta Simmon*' 201 and International Room teammata Halcn Pfilonon at 1S4- J05 , . ; ' ' Eirlin*- Lilly almost -reached a bin C..-action, ' P S - K .,_ _ .. hlph- lloht... Dol Nemerov - had 183-HU tor M«nkys Brunch-as "Mlko" .^ratta tooK hlqh game at 194 for Y«ml Yoourt... r,-. [ust edging Doniqoal at 198 In Woman's A. C..-i ll-ses for -Yamane while-Mrs. Peterson's-191-528 for Woods at 221-610 for Buileen w« -« Kino'j 5ue«ns Cro of !h« steadiest was Alico 50i v)a-.14M6M72 In hoisting average for Poolmaster. .. , her victories: L . a n g s t o n (Okla.); Monlclair (N.J.) Teach' ers. Air Defense Golf Under Way Today PEBBLE BEACH (UPD-- Twenty-two of the Air Force's )cst golfers teed off today at migh Pebble Beach.in the Air Defense Command's eighth annual golf tourney. As an extra incentive, the winner here gets an invitation to play in the Big Crosby 'tourney in January. Player teams representing eight of the nine ADC divisions. were on hand to compete today and Wednesday. The competitors warmed up Monday over the. par-72 course. The weather . was sunny and breezy. It was cloudier today. ....... Twyman, Cin. ______ 23 Naulls, New York. ..19 A panel discussion of the events will follow. The NCTHA sponsored Winter Ail-Comers meets will resume at 3:30 December 10 at Angell Field; Stanford. Other meets are scheduled for December 17 and'Janu- ary 7 and every Saturday through February 25. NBA Scoring G - F C FT. PTS Baylor, Los Ansel**- -20 245226 716 3J.S Chamberlain, 'Phil. 18 Robertson, Cln ....... 23 !95 100 223183 19« 114 182 91 670 37.2 629 27.3 , . .. Pettlt, Si- Louis ..... 16 143 137 423 Shue, Detroit ...·--17 Howell, Detroit 17 Guerln, Mew York... 19 Arlzl.i, Phil IB 149 107 405 134 133 401 1.13 112 392 137 108 3B2 Bowling Clinic By Bill. SIXTY PTC Beats Saratoga The Peninsula Tennis club's men's B team defeated 'Saratoga, ~-2, at Saratoga over the: week- nd. Results: . - - . . Phil Oarllnaton (PI def. Bob Brown (S) -6, 6-3, 6-3: Tom Mathews (P) def. Larry Wallace (S) 6-4, 7-5,- Sardls Farmer CP) el. John Cassel (S) 4-6, .10-8; M; P«ul puroeon (P.) def. Bob Phelps' (S) 6-2, 6-2: Frank .Hawkos iS) def. Lin Craig P) 8-6, 4-6, 7-5; Roy Wetmo.-s (P) 'dof. -om Garth (S) 6-2, Garllngton- Duuble*' Brown-Wallace (S) def. Uathews (p) 6-3, 7-5; Suurg«on-Cralg (P) cf. Cassel-Phelps (S) 4-1,,3-6. 6-4; Wet- ·pore-Herb Laudor (P) def. Hawkea-Garth 6-3, 6-2. LEG IKUURY-ENDS' COMEBACK Silky Sullivan Quits SECOND--1 ml. 3.yoi and 1)5. and mdns. $2000 clmg.- Paqulta (Fry) 8,00 3.«5 Z.80 Trolan Courlesaa (Gerguson) 4.80 3.40 Mary Dell (Glacomelli; · -i.20 Tlmo 1:39.2. Also R e n -- Glo-R«ln. Acm'o. Resemblance. Society Red, Day's C End, Tcxite, Betty Fosta. |- DAILY DOUBLE-- PrWay lo Paqulta paid 547.40 THIRD--* furi. -2 yri mdns. 52000 Browi Diamond .'(Pierce). 15.20 10120 6.20 Another- Sru (Harmatzl . 36.20 14.00 Man In Command (Pechecol 4.60 Time--1;13. Also Ran --Fez A* Sasha, Charming Pixy, Maids Maid. Champagne Waltz, Mardhoatus, Don't FoJ-get, Cn»z Wtien, LiMIe Stuff, Diamond Point, -V FOURTH--1-1/1 ml. 3 yos. SHOO clmj. ALBANY, (Ai?)--Silky Sullivan's racing days are over.as another .eg injury ended comeback'.plans '.or the big red. runner.-. :'-. ; A popped : splint · ^in his : right foreleg, the sine'-injury'that side- ined him'\IS'"months -ago, has caused .-cancellation ' o£ plans to. race him' at .Golden Gate'! Fields and Santa 'Anita. '.'..".'· · - . ; ' , 'Instead, the-S-year-olS thoroughbred will be'.-sent to' Beaumont; Calif., .to re-eriter'stu'd! He-.was.in . . Butcher Town (Moreno) S.20 3.XO Say Unclu (Ferguson) 8.20 5.80 Gwen Lora lOhavon) . . · . -. 5.60 Time l:-^. Also Ran--Sunny Note, Star Diamond, Dry Timber, Potrero, FIcat'Gypsy. ' . ,- · FIFTH--t furs. 3 yos.and up. Flis «n'd Mdni. JUOO clmj. Dimity (Fersuson) April .(Inda) Rcgradl (Lenoway) '22.XO 12.CO.. «.80 imo 1:10.6. Also Ron--Tennis Slipper, Pronto Lark, Devil Hawk, Scspc; Queen's Wav; Hello Junedsar, .' · s - SIXTN^-i tur. 1 yri."SMI)0 Alw«. - - ' Amboy Whlte) . . -9.ro- '.3.60' 3.00,- . Flutterby- (Frailer). . Two and -Whirl. (Rugger!) Time 1!1J.6, .Also Ran-- Tense .Indlon, Leonard Stoel, Sullivan's AUDI,- Ray Iron, Get Rytliunv- Fairy Vision/ -.. C«3Sj,i$, Pralrio f-lrc.-- 1 : -. ,- .' . f'- - ^'·,-,-.-' ^'-.. -SEVENTH-- 1 miU.jJ' AIWCI ' - : · · V i '' ' ' . Odi-pellow (Herman) Teddy Boy (Moreno) Solid Lad (Neves) - Time 1:37.8. A!:o" ' yoi YniTup.". HMO · . " . . . : · ' . - . ' .13.20. 5^0; -3:50 ' 1M 2:00 -Ran -- Jimmy '-3.0; Wicked, '.Mr. -Grayson, Blue · Monarch, Kem-Lo's,Flst. ;· , v ' · . :: -·'EITHTK-- fiir..'JVTr«i. and up JBOt Clmfl. · ·-. · · · · .-·:-· - - · :. : - Bayshoret (Oheyon) .' I«JO. -ll'.EO "JJO Homesllde (Tanlguchl) . ' . - . . 7.«- 4M Lucky Nixon. (Naves)- · . · · ". 3.20 Time 1:10.4. Also' Ran--Big · Uncle, Efforts Duety, Sign 'Out, ^an Diego. " 5tud last season before it was 1 decided to give him another whirl at the races. His- comeback had been scheduled for next week with the first of two races at- Golden Gate .'ields and then a time or two at Santa Anita before retiring, him or good. He had been in training since last August, first at Del Mar and then here. Silky's come from, behind tac- ,ics--as much as 40 lengths off he pace before a tremendous driving finish--made-:him a.'popular entry., His first stakes, victory came "at ^Golden Gate Fields in 1957 with the Golden.Gate Futurity and we went on to -win the 1953 edition of the $100,00^ added San'ta Anita Derby. Allan Macissac who has- been handling Silky said,: "The Injury is actually of a minor nature, but there is too little .time -left for' him to recover and race- before entering the stud shortly after the first of the year."- WHEEL BALANCING and ALIGNMENT .Open Ivtnlngs Till 12 Iraki and Tint Ixptrti -- KicapplnB -- Butjgtt Ttrrm lliminattshimmy and Vibration FUNKE ROCHA 885 San Mateo Driv» Dl 4-7646 TOP BO\VLERS CONTROL BALL AND TEMPER Some people are .by nature hotheaded, hard Josers, bat you can be sure they woc't last long today in bowling. The growling, alibiing fault-finder, iike tlie guy in the sketch, is told early to make an exit and stay out of the game. Thanks to big money, ,television and educational programs fostered by the various pin groups, the g a m e is gentle- inauly, pleasant and fun. Watching the experts on television iaking their breaks in stride, without any show of. emotion, hits home with youngsters shooting for the top. They . learn well the lesson that temper and alibis kill concentration and control, and can be costly. It seems only a little while back that bowling was in its backroom, tough atmosphere, when, heated arguments induced occasional fistic brawls. Today bottling , has social graces, as a family sport for all,, from grandpa and grandma (o the grandchildren. Tutors leach teen-agers hook .and head control alike, and from what I've seen the youngsters absorb their lessons well. We're.shortly HOUNDING OUT the San Carlos honor roll were Steve Davis as'junior best at 197-524 and' Scott -Harms among "bantaMs at 154-J45. . .-Howard Uyeda-had''230-587 in Nisei; Charles Brown of Redwood Empire topped Paul B'unyans with 217-5S4 to rise 104'oVer usual; Lee Hammond of:'Perry Tires had 570 in.-MoacJay, Hdcp. and Gerry;.Moltk'e of Bradley" Drugs 583--as Milt Polsky's 232 in Beesley 1 insurance's cause led'King Queens. REDWOOD BOWL Though Poprman gave his average the .week's healthiest booster shot for' Glenn's Richfield of the 800 Scratch, he had to bow to Cliff.Bevins' mighty 277 en route to'a, blistering 673-total for Leasman's Cleaners! . · ' ' · ' , " . · · Only the fact'that iff had .a 675 six weeks 'ago. -in- another league prevented' him' 1 from -winning new honors this. trip. At that, Bevins was 115 over usual as. he easily led the' 830 Scratch. The' 277 was a new league high' for .the, 800 (as 'was 673) and'marked the-highest singleton of : -the year at Redwood. Prim Verger subbed in the 900'Classic in fine style, firing-627 via a steady -219-203-205 for Yorkshire Clothes." Dee Nevin of Holm Timber had.504. in the,Birds loop, Lilliaa Wood of J P 191 and Marcia Watkins 185-471"for Acme Fence in other standout performances. - . . '. TOP SCORES LAST "NIGHT .IPth Avtnu* Bowl " Womsn: Ulan serlw: Bcv Williams, 711, High gflmt:-Marl» B.eebe, 206 Men--Hljh series:'Mel Ros«, 6Ht, High Bamc-.-Stu Llebman,. Al Waonor, 252 KING'S BOWL Women: 'high jeriei: Majgl«, Earl, Ml · High game: Magglo Earl,' Betty Swlt- , lor, 173 . '. Men: nigh sarles: R. Alhons, 597 goinjj to- have, a lot .of very, very youhff champions around, GET YOUR GAME OFF ON THE RIGHT TRACK! The championship tips in zny pam- p'lilel, "Better Bowling for Beginners," will assure, you of a good, score'. 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