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18 Sec. D-Sun.,Nov.9, 1969 IHARNESS At Hollywood Park cbbyrishr 1969 by Triangle Publications, S Inc. (Daily Racing Form) jfyesftm Harness Racing. Inc. Hollywood Parle Inglewood. Calif.. Saturday. Kdr. Z. 1969 list day of 7Hilght fall nfftrfna. Complete finishes all races con-finned by official photochart camera. fltlear and fast; temperature 60 dep.) 44t FIRST RACE One mil. Pace. V Conditioned. Per 6-year-olds .md V under tired In Calif. Purse SZVK. Uonc and driver - T" SMsadoll. O'Brien Fm. To SI Si; ink 1.40 1; 2Nc 8.00 1 ) u 42 a 1.60 10 5H 16.00 6i ii 4.0 si 7; 14.00 n U 55.80 92'. 9 42.20 -s.. 5non mas Joy. Parrington imante Queen, Holt .. -goio. wuiiams- ... ttlri Ann. McCllmans vr Jac Olds tti .Claude. Ratchford fit Choice. Slyzulk ... :yon naze, usninui Lralcned Pleur D 22 dis. 30.70 Amour. Andys itme. :X35. 1:0215, 1:3325, B33, Z:U3 4S. adoll 4.19 3.40 1M CfVS " "J cSmat Joy 4.40 .' tart good, won driving. Winner, b.aY6. by Great Colby Dollle Lcota. TiSlned by A. Rangno. Mutuel cool seiw.- 40V-SEC0ND RACE One mile. Pace. - V Claiming. All ages. Purse SXSOO. " Top claiming once tlZOOO. and driver Vi Pin. To J) Mfte Dream, Cobb ..... w 4jo MjL Comet Time. Price B. 2;k 17J jIjo Lincoln. Dennis .. 22 3 12.90 EdRer Llnd, Mclimurray si 4nk j.oo. Gmisy Goose. Wall 5? 12- oSEeVs Consort, Petty .. 10.90 Tidal- Gale, RhoacS . . . . 92i 7n 10JO Bd Bo Ranger. Dolbee .521 S3 100 Justly So, Wiiuams ....10 W 14.60 Hvenly Air, Parrington 72 10 6S Ro scratches. JlmeT :30 3S, 1:0045. 1:31 45, 1:J54S, 2:01 35. AWe Dram 11.00 7Jt M Mass Comet Time 1SJ '3.40 JotJo Uncoln iM Start good, won handily. Winner, bJK7, by Harrvs Dream Milmite. Twined by E. Cobb. Bo Bo Ranger claimed by A. Bahouth for S12.0OO. Mu-lufft cool S95J49. Double pool S12SJ42. Nightly double (24) paid 530.80 44 THIRD RACE One mile. Pace. conditioned. All ages. Purse sum. Sjorse and driver 'A Fm. To SI ufene Dares, Belssinger 42 Ml mite B O'Brien ... 72 Bachelor ike. Cobb .... 22 Bflsk Risk, Corley U sfSely, Berry 51 GuSnys Gene, Hardie .. 3a o 0 Mlway. Marsh Jr. 8 Fcelsht Lawyer, Dennis 62 12 23! 3" 4nk 51 2.20 2jo 4 JO 6.80 27.40 10.70 72; 14X0 8 6.70 'JIo scratches. .Time. :31 15, 1:0335, 1:3335, 1:48. 1M2 25. Aene Dares . 1 3.0O Mf. Mite B 3J loo Sfchlcr Ike 4.SO Starr good, won driving, winner, biaru. bv Meadow Gene Arallne Han-oter. Trained by H. Belssinger. Mutuel POOl ST41JJ66. rtiiDTH race one mite. Con ditioned. All ages. Purse S5J00. -florae and driver Fin. To si Dbmonte King, Holt ... 8 pfcasem. Petty 4i! Sgnt Byrd, Willis U! Daily H. Forbes. F'fgt'n 61 Ffchion Tip. Dennis ... 3t If Rutler. Cohb 21 13! Ml 21.60 2JO 14J0 5.80 5.80 3.10 7.70 7.30 52 C&noass Point, Ackerm'n 511 Cflck .Prom, Todd Sr. . 71 lo scratches. Jlmc: -.30, 1:00 35, 1:30. 1:45, 2:00. Dtemontc Kino 45.20 11.40 7.60 pfcascm 3- SWirt fWC 7.20 Start good, won driving. Winner, b.gj, b. junior Maolecroft Shatter Queen. Tfalned by G. Holt. Mutuel oool S102,737. Erect pool 595.193. -3 S3 Exacta (t-T) mid S323.10 MCE RESULTS Cloudy and Muddy 41-41000, 3YO up mdns dm0- 3 1. oT..:.:;.. 12.00 4.0O xw swnrr a ok, ii, k. -cspeacs . .ou FTBa com. 1D7. J. m. oonzaicz ... o.w ipso ran: Tracy's Tune. Mr. Soaky. 6ne, Ta Ta Now, Sklpcraft Glamorous Bo Jeclnto's Ruler, Ami's Roadrunner. dSnt ISvl. Scratched: Pick uo The Pfcs. Western Flier, Ascor Babe, Light E"" ' J Perfecta 12 $32.00 t rr aid J1200, 3YO up mdns. ctmg- 1 116 mf . stftiin Time 109 J M. Gorealcz ' 60, 4.20, 2J Teetallte. 117, D. Rivera 40 3.60 3Sen7 Garth. Dolly Baker. Challen: .e,Jlnv Ever Scarehi. Daring Prince, Awhena. Hi Inspiration, Nashville Kin. Adbtv Valley Miss. Scartched: Camous- vine, -Chief Missouri, Court Dourguer, Mai Klrksvllle. 5 ; d S1400, 2YO mdns., alwcs S2 f. Omnia Gallia. 115. Kusntow 8.80 6.60 4.80 Dobi's oate. lis. palomino .ou mu Foolish Comic 115, Medina i S .rap Rapid Exit. Corporal Rlbot, 4Sl:n, KK SrSakers. Fury Guy, All OOP's In Free, Cljires. Confusion. Scratched: Blue March, tSKSSS" La"d' ShS,''m' C0"' ,5"",d' .lewncao. lti siinu, 3T0 00, onft, 1 m. a Governor, us. osuna 1540 6J10 4.40 - " piiTnire it ENTRIES AT ace GALIENTE iear-and oood; first post 71:30 a.m. 4jt sltw, 3-YO up, elms.. 6 f. Narakare 120 Miss April Oougo 115 Ssndslstor Jlssons. Rainbow no Misbegotten tftleys Friend 111 Goldenall , (fern's Blessing 1 15 Prince Valerius OStipo Oueen 111 Medalist 120 ' aid sum, mdn. 2-YO. alwes. f. ill's Dancer 115 Betty's Envoy 118 Stoiff Princess lis Gift Box aurraeh Tryst 112 Gypsy Festival Whtdy Sort 115 Tame Prince pjpyal Honeym'n 112 Arctic Bomb ii, ,i? in ill pep-POP narry iia ttSlSSu mdiu YO op, clni- 5Vi f. 120 Western Filer itKEB Bon Anza &cor Babe izd Triacie Rev 115 Sweet Elolse 10i Ksinoow 1 1 me us pick up Tne 112 Pieces 107 113 Rlbot Native no us am fizz tllero -sl,400, mdn. 2-YO, cu 1 mi. 70 yd. Seh Mill 113 Lady Delegate 115 SbUght.. 110 Crown Point lis iDiceKBT i iu Missrs rrince . us mnvsnnce ti F&iiyn out mb OLynn Hi inapam 115 i 11.500. mdn. 3-YO up, alwcs f. ntMafost 113 War Mack 109 Lomins 115 Game countess 11s MiUnr 11B Iron Wlna 11& BCld S4fT9MnT 11B h $r,70Q, 2-yo, cimi 1 mi. SkMsickue 115 Two Ton James 105 Family Beau IIS Nayu no fikrnctuio 118 Atavism lis mSvq Half 118 ym 53fWnv j-tu dp. aiwcs., t. Osty oue 10? Balcony call Darinp Largo 109 Jimaulllo Cftlef Bowl 109 Pawky Scot Jjjdoars Comet 115 Groundlm TB-Sl40, 3-YO op, elms., 6 t. OvBaau 117 Bold Eagle Sbttnern Host 114 Surrey Lant 112 112 110 114 114 109 no ca nsrr vir 114 wing Com'ander 114 id? Novatear 111 103 Dh-S2,200, 2-YO, Clmf.. SVt t. Treat 112 instant Mcmv 114 117 113 Running High 117 Friendly Pal Run Susie Run 117 1 Wont Oanre HUr-yT-mga 117 Belle Of Windsor 117 si,xn, 2-to up, amjrf 1 mi. Arfrnfrnl'i Count 114 Sadtfie Ughr mwr v nvriu wi nujiw BeOno. 106 Th Twano irjed IIS Faith CPoona INCL. lunch iVton.-Fn. PINTORE ress woie -ae-Dor 11 Rfebish Man n 1 7 A in tois cofvnm. Restaurant April ' pg flngtUg CuitCS 3 CHARTS 465 FIFTH RACE Oh mile. Pace. Condltlonod. All ages. Puna sum. Horse and driver Vi Fm. To SI Shormor, Stansell U lii 7!oo Mr. Jazr, Lighthlll 211 23 sjo Donald Byrd, Willis ... SI 31; 7J0 justice Slo, Belssinger . 42 4! 27.00 indication, O'Brien .... 72 52 4.90 Lenawee Creed. Williams 81 is l.so Beagle, Boy, Grenler .. 3 71 10.70 Keystone Soun, Marsh Jr. a2 45 11.SO Ibidem, Wheeler 9 21.20 No scratches. Time. :3045, 1:0315, 1:3415. 1:4845.2:0315. snormar 16.00 1.40 M Mr. Jazz 4Jb 4.4ft Donald Byrd 50 Start oood, won driving. Winner, b.g.5. bv Eastern Shore Comer. Trained by R. Boomer. Mutuel pool S147.408. 46 SIXTH RACE One mile. Pace. Conditioned. All ages. Purse SSJ0. Horse and driver Vi Fm. Toil Harlan Lee, Wheeler ... 42 u 7.03 Toughle Direct, Short .. 12 22 19JO Poplngood Pick, M'sh Jr. 3S 3h 4.10 Dwver Hanover, Dennis 51 4h 2.20 Way To Go. Mclimurray 62 51 140 High vista. Berkner ... 22 61 9.60 Argo Time. Long 72 7n 3JW Bye Bye Roger, O'Brien t 7JS No scratches. Time, :1S, 1:00, 1:3015, 1:4425. 1:59 35. Harlan Lee 16.00 7.00 4.20 Toughle Direct 14.49 7.20 poplngood Pick 4.40 Start good, won driving, winner. br.g.7, bv Harlan Dean Sarah. Trained bv E. Wheeler. Mutuel pool S171.667. 467 SEVENTH RACE one mile. Pace. Greded A-AA handicap. Purse S7jce. Horse and driver U Fm. To SI victorys Horn, WmsJr. 4! 12 10.90 Batman. Wllburn 12 2h 7.10 Knox Patch, WlHlams ... 32 3! 4.70 What A Flash, Long.-... el 4-1 8.00 Careless Time. Marstt-jr. 52 51 1.90 Star Jim, O'Brien 71 J 6h 5.60 The Big JJeer, Todd Sr. 22 71 9.80 Gaviiand,..GIil 90 No scratches. Time. JS15, 1:00 35, 1:32, 1:4615, 2:0035. Victorys Horn 23Jn.10.0O 3.S0 Batman 8,00 5.40 Knox Patch 4J Start good for all but Star Jim, won driving.- winner, bJL6. bv Trader Horn Angels Kiss. Trained by F. Redden. Mutuel POOl S147.409. 468 EIGHTH RACE One mil:. Trot. Graded handicap. The Arroyo Seca. Purse S12JCO. Horse and driver Jfr Fin. To SI Grandpa Jlnv Parrington 12 1;: .80 Sir Faffee. Williams ... 215 221 4.50 Real Soeed. O'Brien ... 6 31 4.90 Darn Faber. Warner ..4; 421 9.0 Kerry Pride. Wheeler . 31 51 7.70 Gay Sam. Llghtnill .... 52 6 18.90 No scratches. Time. :3045, 1:00 45, 1:31 35, 1:46, 2:00 15. Grandpa Jim 3.60 2.10 2.40 Sir Faffee. uo ZSO Real speed 3.00 Start good, won easily. Winner, br.h.7, bv Newport Star Cream Up. Trained by P- Farrlngton. Mutuel pool S134J63. 469 NINTH RACE One mile. Pace. Graded A. Purse. S6J00. Horse and driver q& Fin. To SI Jesta HHL Grenler 42 11 2.90 Mr. Jack, Williams .... 9 2m 9.10 Trotwood Tootle, Wllburn 32 3nk 3J0 Eurahead, O'Brien 71 4t 6.70 King Noble, Dennis .... 2fl 511 15.50 Ironworks, Wheeler .... 62 64 23.70 Shiawassee Squire, Sfn'll 12 74 10.80 Maida Million. Ccbb ... 82 8 4.80 Star John. Llghthill ... 55 dis. 9.20 No scratches. Time. .-30 25, 1:03 35. 1:33 35, 1:48 15, 2:02 35. JeSta Hill 7.83 5.20 3.40 Mr. Jack : 9.40 5.SO Trotwood Tootle. 3.40 Start good. ' won driving. Winner. b.mA. by Knight Time Jessie Hill. Trained v M. - Grenler. Mutuel pool S96J70. Exacta pool S93.075. Total sliaJMt.- Attendance 19,749. SS. Exacta (4-1) paid 1147.00 AT CALIENTE Mltoi princess. 112. Mender i.i0 320 Galent G.W., us. Palomino 5.00 Time .1:18 AS. Also ranz Man "O Money, Bit O'Blarnev, ghgn Je. Begale, Fore Ahead, - . 3tt JjOJ, 2YO. elms., 6f. Vegas , hostess, 109. , Oonialez. 5.00 2.80 160 Lee Ann Joy, 117, Mendez 3.40 JB Lodge Tiroes 0, Cespedes 3J0 Alsef- ran: lianibhal. Lucky Peak. Scratched: Queen's Blessing. 6th si ooo, 2: YO up, clmg.. t t. Barbery Prince,-115, Mena 170 7JO 4.40 Kiowa kid. tis, wespeoes JMi JJbO Chicago Charlie, T 18. Plaa ?TtJ. Also.-ran:.Maglc span, MIkell's Tux, Sboot L H'SMtcha. Scratched: Foreign. fejt-JSSS, Norse ay' My Skies. Red, Splendour. 7th S1500, JYO-uo F4JA, dmg i l. MeHontoddy, .114, Alartinei 4.80 3.20 21 Toova's Lea, 109, Sutton 7JJ0 uo Denise Irene, 117, Vhanco 340 Time 1:11 45 Also ram Oame Carlos. Kayoee Miss. Hidden Diamond. . Agena jeo. Mentality. scratched: Time to kuic. all S! .400, 3YO up. dmg 1 m. 70 yds. FArr.120.Munoi 41 JO 15.00 8 vtann 6.60 jo To Hat, 120, Plaza 6JO Also1- ran:4iGold Certificate, Kings Spectrum, Jackles Remark. Velvet Alibi. Tudcv Tom, Dicco. Qulniela (3-2) paid 5127 JO. ym S2.200, 3YO its, atwcs l m. Sean Bull. 117. Cesoedcs 6.60 3.80 3.(C By aretes, 117, Rivera iM 3.00 y vlvanco 40 aiso ran: tdairs aecrcr. AmDiins way Follow Along, Pretty Smooth. iQttv-sisoo, 3YO uo, cfmg.4- i f. Yewno Lover, 117, Palomino 7.60 3.40 2.40 PhofV.1v Danret-. 109. D Rubin 5.00 2.80 115 Callbcaoe 115. Rivera 2.80 109 Time 1:1245. t 116 Also ran Flow Line Jr. EI Graz, Prln-120 cess Noire, Red Velvet, Sweet Moilon, 114 Adelbert, Dark Excuse. Scratched Leios Rose, Bit Ot Irish. Qulniela 3 SOM Tne iu pool' roaiea auew. tnvre were 123 tickets picking five winners, Each ticket was worth S327.00. In the Consolation there were U tickets tiirkfra four winners. EarJi ticket was orth SIW.TM winning ticket number 117 weft: 2-l-5. Miss Heldman Wins Dewar Cup Tourney TORQUAY, England (51 Julie Heldinan of New York City upset Britain's Virginia Wade, . 4-6, S-6, ,6-3, Saturday to win. the fourth tennis tournament in the Dewar Cup series. Mark Cox, British Davis Cupper, defeated John Clifton in an all-British men's final, 8-6, 6-3. Drag Races Postponed EAST IRVINE The third annual Manufacturers funny car drag racing championships scheduled for Saturday night at Orange County International Raceway were postponed until next Saturday night. THIS WEEK! HOWN IN BY JET WHOLE "LIVE" $095 MAINE LOBSTER SALAD & POTATO COCKTAILS Owen's 358 S. La Cisnej Bl. (Rastavnsnt Kownecir 3i) t - JL. Titmn, 3D, iT6y. Tel. 652-2900 Grandpa Jim's XllfnCi DiOnSlflC JUI yC iVCyu II li lop Trot Spot BY BION ABBOTT Times 5laH Writer It took Grandpa Jim only two minutes and a tick to regain his role as the top trotter at Hollywood Park Saturday night when he trounced his recent conqueror, Sir Faffee, by more than three lengths before 19,600 backers who made him a heavy favorite. Once he gained command after a half-mile, Grandpa Jim was never in danger as he came home with a :59 25 final half to capture the $12,500 Arroyo Seca Trot. . Driver Bob Farrington urged a blazing :28 35 final quarter from Grandpa Jim to complete the 2:00 15 mile as they drew away steadily from Sir Faffee. Real Speed got up for third, two lengths farther back. Third Triumph It was the third win in four Hollypark starts for Grandpa Jim, one of the leading candidates for the $100,000 American Trotting Classic. He paid $3.60 for his one-sided success. Speed and surprises punctuated the star-studded program, with long-shots Diamonte King and Harlan Lee adding magic miles to raise the season's total to 22. Diamonte King, longest shot on the board in the fourth race, charged from last to first through the stretch to hit 2:00 right on the button. His $45.20 win completed a $323.10 exacta payoff. Harlan Lee scored a $16 surprise in the sixth race with his 1:59 3(5 mile under the direction of Eddie AV heeler that beat T o u g h i e Direct by a length. Victorys Horn rose out of the claiming ranks to become the season's first six-time winner, upsetting stakes-class companv uv.a 2:00 35 mile. Jack" William shustl'ed Victorys Horn home two lengths in front of Batman for a win worth $23.80. Auto Racing INTERNATIONAL SPORTS CARS Nine Hour Endurance Race At Johannesburg, South Africa: 1. Porsche 917 (Richard Attwood-Davld Piper); 2. Lonxaievy T70 (Mike De'udv-Frank Gardner); 3. Porsche 908 (Hans Dieter Dechent-Gerhard Koch), winning car covered 831.30 miles at average speed of 9137 m.p.h. CRA SPRINT CARS At Ascot Park: main Event (30 laps) l. Jay East (Cotton); 2. jimmy oskle (Maywood): 3. Chuck Allen (San Dleoo); 4. Dick Fries (Santee); s. John Keller Yucal-pa). Attendance 3.170. DRAG RACING At Irwindale Raceway: A GAS SUPERCHARGED Steve Korney (Norwalk). 8J sec. and 160.42 nxpji., def. Gary Burgirt (Garden Grove), 8.64 and 161JJ7. Attendance 2J53. Saturday's METROPOLITAN CONFERENCE Long Beach 21, Santa Monica 7 Lona Beach o 14 7 02! Santa Monica ......... 7 0 0 07 Long Beach: To Giles (1 run); Burrlll (34 pass from Raop); Gaefa (47 pass from Rapp). PAT Arnold (3) (Wees). Santa Monica: TD Tallant (4 pass from Sylvia), pat viedvka (kick). Pasadena 34, Pierce 2 Pierce 3 0 0 03 Pasadena 10 10 7 734 Pierce: FG Pash 40. Pasadena: TD Mitchell (7? run), Ooos (IS pass from Brown). Bass (81 run). Reed (7 pass from Hertlno). FG: Ekstrand 2 (27 and 21). PAT Skstrand 4 (kicks). El Camino 21, valley 0 El Camino 7t)o 1421 Valley 0 iO 0 0 0 1 Camino: TO Heck 2 (8 and 7 runs), Tetrldc (33 pass Interceotlon return). PAT Poladlan 3 CMcfcsl. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CONFERENCE East Los Anoeles 42, Cypress 15 Cypress 0 7 0 S 15 East Los Anoeles ... 0 28 7 742 Cypress: TO Medefros (45 pass from Martinez). -MacOougol (1 run). PAT Reagan (pass from Martinez), Madelros (kick). East Los Anoeles: TD Jones (9 run). Ncorete "(33 pass from jaramUlo). Coleman. 2 do and 12 passes from Jaramitlo). Busclollo .(40 pass Intercep tlon return), Bradfletd (35 poss from Medina). PAT TretHn 6 Odds). PHARMACEUTICAL SALES Arrtor-Stonc, a rapidly growing uibsicfiory -of. Aiwriean Hospital Supply Corporattonf .is seeking qualified' soles' profeaicnals for our expanding and proficient sales farce. These ore new pesffioru created by the.introduction of new products' and greater market penetration. We are doubling our sales-force to continue our growth which far exceeds that of our industry. The -selected candidates will be selling In a very competitivR atmosphere to the medical, hospital and dealer markets,. A college degree find a proven record of up to fto years successful" sates or business experience is required. The successful candidate should hove a strong desire to succeed in a professional marketing activity and bo presently employed. Complete training, both field and technical, will be provided. We offer an excellent storting salary, .bonus and incentives, auto-"mobile, full expenses, and a complete benefit program. For further consideration end local interview, please send resume in confidence j , to Jon Bjrra, Personnel Director. , 15 ARNAR-STONE LABORATORIES, Inc. Subsidiary of American Hospital Supply Corporation Mount Prospect, Illinois 0056 An eqitaf Opportunity employer . MURRAY'S Continued from First Page candidate-less as usual this Oklahoma's Steve Owens but Continued from First Page candidate-less as usual this year. They could opt for Oklahoma's Steve Owens but they probably think Oklahoma is a fort under the command of John Wayne being attacked by Anthony Quinn. The Pacific Coast has Jim Plunkett but we're saving him for 1970. Mike Phipps deserves it because Purdue deserves it. But this is not to suggest it would- be like giving Katharine Hepburn an Oscar one year for a cowboy movie cameo because you passed her up the year before . for "The Lion in Winter." Mike Phipps is no consolation candidate. Mike Phipps has beaten Notre Dame three years in a row and this tells -you more about Purdue , than it does Mike Phipps. Most Big 10 teams wouldn't play Notre Dame three times EVER. Woody Hayes at Ohio State doesn't even want to run into them at a railroad station. I think he even flies around South Bend. He's not anti-Irish, he's just anti-defeat. So. you can't pooh-pooh Purdue. And his coach says Purdue IS Phipps. "Without him, we'd be 1-7 instead of 7-1," coach Jack Mollenkopf admits. Phipps does not take the baU and follow 10 All-State blockers upfield. He has an offensive unit in which he and the center are the ONLY returning lettermen. He. has been completing passes this year to guys he wouldn't recognize on campus. Purdue doesn't get many city boys. The locker , room guys usually spend the first few days of practice getting the hay out of the showers or combing the riveiis out of their hair. Phipps doesn't come to school on a tractor but chances are slim he'll ever own a saloon on Broadway or go around stuffing 20s in head waiters' hands. He won't be in the queue in front of Swedish movies and they'll never have to tap his phone. Dad was a state cop (divorced from Mike's mother) and Mike does not think of the law as "fuzz." Still, his lips don't move when he reads, he doesn't eat peas with a knife and he won't be coming to the Rose Bowl with an autograph book. He's as imperturbable as the Wabash but he can count. If the Bears want him, they can start the general bidding with the Wrigley Building. If he gets the Heisman, it won't end up in a hock shop or be lost in a crap game. It'll be where the sheep can't get at it. And if he doesn't get it you'll be able to tell right away. He'll be the one shrugging. Lemaire's Hat Trick Paces Canadians, 63 MONTREAL (TJPI) Jacques Lemaire scored the first hat trick of his NHL career Saturday-night as the Montreal Ca-nadiens defeated Toronto, 6-3. Lemaire opened the scoring at 10:42 of the first period with Montreal playing with a one-man advantage and Toronto's Norm Ullman needing only two more seconds to finish a minor penalty. Lemaire converted Yvan Cour-noyer's rebound for the score. Bob Pulford was in the penalty box midway through the second period when Lemaire scored his second goal. His third goal came at 10:09 of the final period when he beat Toronto goalie Marv Edwards after picking up teammate Mickey Redmond's rebound. SCORE (V PERIODS Toronto 1 1 13 Montreal 1 2 36 FIRST PERIOD: 1. Montreal. Lemaire (5) (Coumoyer, Savard), 10:42; 2. Toronto. Oliver (4) (Keon, Glennle), 11:59. Penalty Ullman (T), 8:44. SECOND PERIOD: 3. Toronto. Ullman (2) (Ward. Keon). 5:51: 4. Montreal. Lemaire (6) (Savard, Rousseau), 8:23; s. Montreal, Harris (2) (Redmond. Richard); 15:29. Penalties Laperrlere (M). 4:31; Pulford (T). 7:14. THIRD PERIOD: 6. Montreal. Ferguson (3) (Harris, Eackstrom), S:18; 7. Montreal. Lemaire (7) (Redmond, Richard), 10:09; 8. Toronto, Dorev (1) (Keon. Oliver) . 13:13; Montreal. Rousseau (4) (unassisted). 18:04. Penal. JC Football MISSION CONFERENCE Citrus 21, Riverside' 14 Citrus 7 7 7 021 Riverside. ..' ...... 6 0 0 S 14 atrus: TD-Hustwnd (5 run); Mlnter (1 run): Barker (22 pass from Wlttiam). PAT Cosby 3 (kicks). Riverside: TD Kendrlcks (2 run): . Lewis (1 run). PAT Nlcolet (pass from Foushee). Charley 17. Palomar IS Palomar 070 a 15 Charley 0 6 I Hi Palomar: TD Letullcasenoa (1 run), Faulkner (32 pass from Mover). PAT Faulkner (kick). Mover (run). Chaffev: TD Roma (32 pass from Brogdon). Welston (1 run). FG Ras-mussen 2t PAT McEWen (pass from Broodon). SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE Mr. San Antonio 22, San Diego 15 Mf: San Antonio 7 0 0 1522 San Diego 0 6 3 6 IS Mt. San Antonio: TO Thomas (7 pass -from Gray), Burke (5 run). Alley (49 pass from Gray). PAT Gray (run). Green 2 (kicks). San Dleoo: TD Mathev (7 run). FG Tucker 3 (40. 39. 29). San Diego Mesa 31, Orange Coast 23 WESTERN STATE CONFERENCE Ventura 44, Antetooe Valley 0 Santa Barbara 33, Moorpark 28 DESERT CONFERENCE Mlra Costa 7, Mt. San Jacinto O NON CONFERENCE Desert 14. Palo Verde 6 Tart 20, Eastern Arizona 7 Los 'Angeies Terriipry COLUMN . year. Thev could opt for they probably think Okla- ties Harris, 2:53 Ferguson (M), 6:03; Pelvk (D, minor and maior, 16:55; Redmond, maior, 16:55. SHOTS ON GOAL Toronto on Vachon 7 9 925 Montreal on Edwards ..17 16 1447 Attendance 17JJ11 Black Hawks 4. Penguins 1 SCORE SY PERIODS Chicago 2 1 14 Pinsburoh 1 o o 1 FIRST PERIOD: 1. ' Plftsourgh, Woy-towlch (3) (Prentice). 15:08; 2. Chicago. Angotti (3) (Magnuson. jarrett), 18:16; 3. Chicaoo, Mlklta (2) (Martin), 19:21. Penatnes-larretf, 4:21; Jarrett, 13:03; Pratt (P). 18:21. SECOND PERIOD: 4. Chicaoo, Pappin (31 (Martin). 17:13. Penalties Pappin IC). 0:33; Pratt, 0:3: Harbaruk (p), 6:17; Koroll (C). 9:16; Miklfa (C), 11:15. THIRD PERIOD: 5. Chicago, Staple-ton (1) (unassisted), 6:16. Penalties McMahon (P). 2:33: Makl (C). 15:02; McKay (C), 17:52. SHOTS ON GOAL Chicago on Binkley U 6 774 Pittsburgh on Esoosito ..15 8 932 Attendance 6,727 Ked Wings 3, Bruins Z SCORE SY PERIODS Boston 1.. ........... ... 0 1 12 Detroit 2 0 13 FIRST PERIOD: 1. Detroit, Dea (1) (Connelly. Monahan), 7:01; 2. Detroit, Libert (4) (Stemkowskl, Harris), 8:48. Penalties Awrey (B), 7:01: Brewer CD), 9:50; Bergman (D), 18:52. SECOND PERIOD: X Boston. Bailey fl) (Cashman, Orr). 0:55. PenvMHes McKenzIc (B). 17; Awrey, 5:15: stemkowskl, two minors and maior, 7:36; D. Smith (B), minor and Tlor. 7:36: Doak (B), 14:24; R. Smlm (ij). THIRD PERIOD: 4. Detroit, Unge.-15), (Connelly). 13:52; 5. Boston. D. Smith (2) (Bucyk, Hodge), 19:53. Penalties Harris (D). minor and maior. 6:50; Harrison (B), .minor and maior. 6:30; Baun (D). 10:50: McKen-zle, 12:16; D. Smith, 16:10. SHOTS ON GOAL Boston on Crazier ...... s 7 921 Detroit on Cheevers 12 11 1134 Attendance 15,101 North Stars o. Blues S SCORE BY PERIODS St. Louis 0 1 12 Minnesota 2-0 35 first PERIOD: 1. Minnesota, Golds-worthy (6) (Parlse, Williams), 5:14; 2. Minnesota, Goldsworthy (7) (Parlse). 14:56. Penalties Reid (AO, 0:37; Pieard (SL), 3:24. SECOND PERIOD: 3. St. Louis. Talbot (2) (Berenson, Henry), 9:40. Penalties Boudrlos (SL), 1:02,- Nanne (M), 11:37: McDonald SU, 17:24; Parlse. 18:27. THIRD PERIOD: 4. Minnesota, Golds-"orthv (8) (Parlse, Williams), 7:S9; 5. St. Louis, Henry (2) (Goyette. St. Marseille). 8:32; 6. Minnesota. Grant (7) (Barlow). 9:34: 7. Minnesota. O'Shea (3) (Grant, Barlow). 17:16. Penalties B. Plager (SL); 4:31; Nanne, 8:14: B. Plager. 13:16. SHOTS ON GOAL . St. Louis- on Manlago ...10 .13 s 2 Minnesota on Plante 11 7 1937 Attendance 14,877 Golf Results P6A PLAYERS SCHOOL TOURNAMENT At Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Final Results 68-72; 288-Mate. Morlev (Scottsdale, Ariz.) 73-7221-72. 289 Bill Brask (San pieoo), 75W1.71. 291-MI)ce Mitchell (Houston), 76-72.70.73. 292 Jack Lewis Jr. (Florence, S.C), -80.7M9-72. 293 i06?-Bfiawin, Washington, N.Y.), 74-75-7W9; Brian Barnes (England), 68-S"2"J- 294-Bemard Kern (Canada). WStTH-V Sla Acr (Louisville). 73-73-74J4. 295 James Barker (San Antonio), 74-71.773. 296-Oennls Mur-ohv (Long Beach), 71-73-75.77. 297 Gary Bewerman (Canada), 6B-75J7-77. Pro Football Notes k2?,n TL?"t "iocker Jerry Hllte-KJS-t6" V!S 2Kw b activated linebacker Sid Williams. BE OUR GUEST INVESTMENT SEMINAR DINNER LEARN THE THREE MAJOR ELEMENTS FOR SUCCESSFUL ' LAND BMVESTMENT LIMITED SEATING CAPACITY MUST RSVP -. ..." by invitation only Del Confe's Jump 'n .lack. 2900 Pacific Coast Highway Torrance, California Toes., Nov. 11, Wed., Nov. 12,Thur., Nov. 13, Fri, Nov. 14 Grand. Hotel, teakeim Thus., Nov. 13, Fri., Nov. 14 7:00 PJHI. Phonei collect for your reservation (213) 657-7011 or (213) 655-7070 YOU WILL FIND THIS TO BE AN INFORMATIVE PROFITABLE EVENING TO REMEMBER loara 21-Game CTAn XiTjOal IUUI Jl I UQlV Broken in Tie Loara's 21-game winning streak came to an end Saturday night as the Saxons were tied by Fountain Valley, 21-21. The tie left both schools with 5-0-1 records in Irvine League play. Loara meets Magnolia and FourP-tain Valley plays Edison in next week's final games. A touchdown late in the fourth period cut Loara's lead to 21-19, then Fountain Valley tied the game on a two-point conversion pass from John Svovoda to Grady Moore. . Fountain Valley 0 7. 8-71 Loara 7 o 7 7-21 Fountain Valley: TO Hansen Z Val-buea. PAT Mitchell (Moore (oess). kick). Loara: TD Soeonueola, Stand-lev, Chadband. PAT McGurle 3 (kicks). CITY EASTERN LEAGUE South Gate 34, Bell 18 South Sate 0 6 12 IS M Bell 4 0 1718 South Gate: TO Ransom 2. Perez 2, Jones. Parrlsh, Bell: TD Robinson 2, Cowan. - CIF CITRUS BELT LEAGUE Chaffev 6, San Bernardino 0 Redlands 12, San Goroonlo Redlands 13 o 13 432 San Goroonlo 8 7 0 015 Redlands: TD Russell 1, Ovkstra. Newman, McNallv. PAT Hartv 2 (kicks). San Goroonlo: TD Youel. Crlahton. pat Narramore (pass). Matthews (kick). Eisenhower 0. Pacific 0 COAST LEAGUE Centennial 24, Paramount 0 Paramount 0 0 0 0 0 Centennial 14 12 0 024 Centennial: TD McCall 3. Walklns. PAT McCrumby (run). FOOTHILL LEAGUE Crescenta Valley 49, Burroughs 22 Burroughs 0 14 0 822 Crescenta Valley 14 14 7 144? Burrouohs: TD Tatamantes 2. Par-reft. PAT Marks (pass), Molena (run). Crescenta Valley-.TD Holland 2. Perry 2. Mentcer. Peter, Kapoan. PAT Clausen (oass), Terlaak 5 (kicks). FRONTIER LEAGUE Hart 14. Newbury Park II Hart 0 4 8 014 Newbury Park 7 o 0 413 Hart: TO Potter, Williams. PAT Smith (run). Newbury Park: TD Patterson A d d c 1 1 a. PAT Patterson (kick). Channel Island 14, Rio Mesa 6 Santa Clara 36. Royal 0 Santa Paula 30. Nordoff 14 GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE Pacific 0, Bolsa Grande 0 HACIENDA LEAGUE LP WILSON 32, Gladstone 29 Gladstone 0 6 14 030 LP Wilson 6 12 0 1432 Gladstone: TD James 2, Knight. PAT Knloht (run). LP Wilson: TD Gubler 2. Price, Dve. Packard, pat Francis (pass). IRVINE LEAGUE Magnolia 31, Costa Mesa 7 Magnolia 0 is 4 10-31 Costa Mesa 7 o 0 07 Maonolta: TD Glrard, Bohanan, Smith, Krause. FG Bohanan. PAT Bohanan 2 (kicks), Paniaue. Costa Mesa: TD Rellly. PAT Rlcardo (kick). Edison 27, Estanela 20 Costa Mesa 31, Masnolia 7 Santa Ana valley 14, Corona del Mar 6 MONTVIEW LEAGUE Nooales 8. Basse rr 7 Northvlew It. Aiusa 0 Northview 0 6& : 19 Aiusa Ooo o o Northvlew: TO Kellev. Monson, Grle-vi. PAT Alley (kick). OLYMPIC LEAGUE St. dmevicve 12, Bell-Jeff I St. Genevieve 4 4 0 012 Bell-Jeff ooooo St. Gwevleve: TD Swenson. Galle oos- Valley Christian 21. Lutheran 14 Valley Christian .... 8 0 721 Lutheran 0 0 6 814 Valley Christian: TD Miersma. Stout, OeBle. PAT Saarloos (run). Van Essen (kick!. Lutheran Ooes-cher 2. PAT Meier (pass). ORANGE LEAGUE Les Alamltos 21. Sonera 14 Los Alamltos 13 s 0 021 Sonora 0 0 8 S 14 Los Atamltos: TD Looel. Newman, Cresswell. PAT Hamilton (kick), Cameron (pass). Sonora: TD Little 2. PAT Mitchell 2 (passes). El Dorado 26. Saddleback 14 SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE Ganesha'44, Montciair & SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE Benflowor 7, Lynwood 4 Lvnwood 0 0 0 44 BeflHower 0 7 O 07 Lynwood: TD Massev. Bellflower: TD Betham. PAT Davidson. -Excelsior 14. California 7 Excelsior 0 7 7 c-14 California 0 7 0 07 Excelsior: TD Gurney, Voth. PAT Peterson 2 (kicks). California: TD Mercer. PAT Hotderman (kick). SAN LUIS ATHLETIC LEAGUE - Atascadero 4; San Luis Obispo 0 Atascadero 6 o 0 0 o San Luis Obispo 0 0 0 00 Atascadero: TO Toft. SIERRA LEAGUE Los Altos IS. South Hills 7 Pioneer 27, Sierra 13 TR1 VALLEY LEAGUE St. ttoeaventure 8 Santa Ynex 4 Santa Yner 0 0 04 St. Bonaventurc- S0O08 Santa Ynei: TD Taola. St. Botiaven-tore: TD Montao. PAT Franz (run). Vlllanov 30, Moorpark 4 Moorsark 0 0 4 04 Vlllenove ? 0 6 1630 Moorpark: TO Lambert. Vlllanova: TD Larson 2, Roberts, Lococo. PAT Larson 2 (runs). Wevrtch (pass). NON LEAGUE Charter Oak 14, Covlna 13 Charter Oak 0 6 0 814 Covlna 0 7 0 413 Charter Oak: TO Stollmeyer. Kemy. ,PAT Kelltv (pass). Covlna: TD Hennessey 2. PAT Sfru!H (kick). SIX MAN Prep Laagtw Chacwidc a, Rlntridse 34 WIN STREAK ENDS Cal Western Blasts Cal Lutheran, 49-0 Cal Western coach Marv Braden called his shot early in the week. The Westerners' coach predicted "One streak will end and it won't be ours." Wayne Clark passed for three touchdowns and scored twice Saturday as Cal Western buried Cal Lutheran, 49-0, throwing the District 3 NA1A title race into a three-team battle. It was the Westerners' fifth straight victory, third straight shutout and upped Cal Western's record to 6-2 .The loss ended Cal Lutheran's 14-game winning streak and left the Kingsmen 6-1 for the year. Redlands Also 6-1 Redlands, by winning its sixth straight over Occidental, 34-18, also has a 6-1 record for the year. The district winner will be determined on best season record. Clark completed 12 of 25 passes for 209 yards. He scored on a 14-yard run in the first quarter and 1-yard sneak in the second as the Westerners built up a 35-0 halftime lead. Cal Lutheran had allowed only 22 points for the season going into the game. Clark's TD passes went to Paul Dunn (12 and 44 vards) and Eric Widmark (52 yards). Bill Nugent scored twice on runs of two and three yards. John Stary's 37 -yard pass interception return for a touchdown ruined Occidentals bid for an upset in the fourth quarter. Oxy had pulled within 20-1S 'until Stary's TD. Redlands Art Hale hit on, 10 of 16 passes for 13S yards and two touchdowns. Kale's favorite target, end K a n k Cochrane caught five for 64 yards, including an 8-yard TD. Jim Porter-field picked up 122 of Redlands' 129 yards rushing in 28 carries and scored once on a 21 yard pass from Hale. Fred Tippett passed for all three Occidental scores, twice to Randy Peterson Injured Gridder Remains Serious NEWPORT BEACH Sam Fuga, a fullback for Edison High School of Huntington Beach, remained in serious condition in Hoag Memorial Hospital Saturday night, with a neck injury suffered Friday night in a game against Estancia. Fuga, a junior, was injured on the second play of the game. A hospital spokesman said the youngster is in the hospital's intensive care unit Another Edison player, Mark Nalon, died Nov. 1 from injuries suffered in an earlier football game. Cross Country SCIAC FINALS ' At Redlands 4.8 miles TEAM Occidental 26. Redlands 35. wnmler 83. Pomona 103. Callecn 113, Claremoal-Mudd 163. INOIVIOUAI Al Rude (Occidental). 24:33; Adrian Jones (Redlands), Rob Kucnar (Occidental), Dan Rlsn (Red-iands), Eric Iverson (Occidental). City Basketball Non Leaavc Granada Hills IDS, Canosa Park fl ; Ceadinfl Scorers 0 Gibson (Granada Hills) 30 Cain (Granada Hills) Z Kunn. (Canona Pane) CBS Kewsradio 10.70 (15 and 23 yards). Tippett was 24 of 35 for 271 yards. Russ Carroll passed for three touchdowns and scored two himself as Azu-sa-Pacific got its first win of the season, smothering Caltech, 52-14. Carroll was 14 for 27 for 242 yards passing and added another 70 yards rushing. Montana scored twice in the final two minutes of the first half and handed Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo) its second straight Joss, 14-0. Redlands 34, Occidental It Redlands tit MU Occidental 0 12 0 4-1 a Reds Dlschinoer 1 run (Cochran pass from Hale) Reds Portcrtleld 3 run (Run failed) Oxv Rlnkenbach 8 pass from Tlppetr (Kick failed) Oxv R. Peterson 15 oass from TlDDerf (Pass failed) Reds Cochrane 8 oass from Hala (pass failed) Oxy R. Peterson 23 pass from Tippett (pass failed) Reds starv 37 pass Interception (Cochrane pass from Hale) Reds Portertleld 21 pass from Hale p: failed) Attettlance SMB. La v?me 22, claremonf'Modd 7 . Oaremont-Mudd 0 7 0 07 "La Verne 6 0 6 1022 '- LV Chrtmlster recovered fumble In end zok (kick failed) CM Parker 1 run (Lundy kick) LV Smith 23 run (run failed) LV FG Culton 23 . LV Allen 2 run (Culton kick) Attendance 200 Cal Western 49, cal Lutheran 0 al Western U 21 U 0 Cal Lutheran 0 0 0 00 CW Clark M run (Curtis kick) cw Dunn 12 pass from Clark (Curtis kick) CW Nugent 2 run (Curtis kick) 1 cw-CIark 1 . run (Curtis kick) - ' CW Nugent 3 run (Curtis kick) ': CW Widmark 52 pass from Clark '(Curtis kick) . : CW Dunn ;s pass from Clark (Curtis Vklek) Attendance 5,000. Azuza-Paclllc 51 Called! 14 Oltech 7 0 7 014 J Azusa-Paclflc 6 18 8 2052 AP Carroll 6 run (kick failed) Cal Sales 15 pass Interception return Pocekay kick) AP Storey 25 pass from Prlem (kick -failed) -; AP Jones 53 pass from Carroll (kick .galled) - :. AP-Carrdl 16 run (kick failed) AP Jones 55 pass from Carroll -(Slorey pass from Carroll) Pocekav kick) Cal Oressendorfer 2 pass from Bales ,-' AP Turner. 1 run (pass failed) AP Jones 60 pass from Carroll (Huston kick) AP Huston 38 run (Huston kick) .. Attendance ZO00. vc Santa Barbara 28, Cat state (LA) 6 Cal State (LA) 0 0 6 06 'AIC Santa Barbara ... 7 14 0 728 UCSB Rodgers 3- run (Raoanut kick) '. ucsa Speler 2 run (Raoanut kick) UCSB Socler 1 run IRapanut kick) v CSLA Thomas 29. pass from Boney -i(klck failed) ' UCSB Brandenburg 1 run (Raoamrt kick) Attendance C500. Montana 14, Cal Poly (SLO) 0 Cal Poly (SLO) .V.... 0 0 0 0-0 Montana DUD 0-14 . ' Mon Hoffman-3 run (Worrell kick) Mon McMahon 51 pass from Brum .(Worrell kick) . Attendance 1Z00O. ' FotlsrTon 21, Cerrltos 0 Fullerton 7 7 0 7-21 Cerrltos 0 0 0 00 Fullerton: TD Conlev. Rogers, Sullivan. PAT Hahn 3 (kicks). Valley State 48, Cal Poly (Pomona) 13 Cal Poly (Pomona) .... 7 0 6 013 Valley state v.:.-.i.... o 28 7 1348 CP Alzugaray 1 run (Davis kick) vs Fulti 1. run (DeMonbrun kick) vs Whltsett 20. oass from Hartman (DeMonbrun) ' vs Forrester 2 run (DeMonbrun tick) VS Hewitt -28 pass Interception return (DeMonbrun kick) VS Fultr' 13" pass ' from Hartman (DeMonbrun kick) . CP Alzwarav 7 run (run failed) VS Mnoian 8 run (kick failed) VS Coares -75 run . (DeMonbrun kick) Attendance 3 JOO. ' Cal stare (LB). 37, Fresno Stale 7 Fresno- state ......... 0 0 7 07 Cal St (LB) 0 10 13 14-37 LB McKlnney 1 run (Evans kick) LB FG Evans 33 FS Chleolne 4 run (Stone kick) LB Rlgpen 5 run (Evans kick) LB MiKwney;l run (Evans kick) LB MdClnnev -lygn (Evans kick) LB McCulIough 30 pass from schilling (Evans klckj . Attendance 6,000 UC Riverside S3, SI. Mary's 13 UC Riverside ......... 0 7 3 13-23 St. Marys 0.7 0 613 UCR Blffle ,!4 pass from Klloatrlck (Salcedo kick) . ' SM Loper2 ran (Chabola kick) UCR FG Salcedo IT : UCK-Farmer-06' run "(Salcedo kick) SM Hudson 96 rwrXsass failed) UCR Badllla 3S pass Interception (pass failed). -:-o.. Attendance MOO- . WMttter 47, Pomona 21 Pomona - 0 7 14 021 Whlttler 0 20 8 1947 - Pom Chrlsfoff 6 pass from Miller (Meull kick) Whit Pointer 10 run (kick failed) Whit Pointer 2 run (pass failed) Whit Colflesh 29 pass from Mela Melc run) Pom Bales 80 kickoff return (Meull kick) Whit McGuire . 15 pass interception return (Hall pass from Mele) White McGuire 73 pass from Mele (pass failed) Whit Colflesh 20 oass from Estsbrook . (kick failed) Attendance 300 RASER STRATTOH ELU0TT PHILRIZZUTQ FRANK GIFF0RD JACK DREES mbringyou O0Rffl?tTE SPORTS COVERAGE i on...

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