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16 S8C. D-Sun-, Nov. 23, 1969 Sag flngtlrt Uimtd 3 k HARNESS CHARTS At Hollywood Park Western Harneta Racing. Inc., Hollywood Prtc. Inglewcod, Calif- Saturday. Nov. 22. I960 53rd night of 76-nloM fall meeting. Comolete finishes all race confirmed by official photocliart camera. fe FIRST RACE-1 11 mllea. Pace. . Claiming. Mi aoei. 9m tUM. Too claiming price St.350. HorM and driver i Fin. Toll Admirals Victory, Lacoste 22 1U 13.10 Amotilon. Cobb 71 21 1.40 Jerry Oene, McGregor . 4 3i 11.10 Big Oavld. Short 5, 42 6.90 Nu U, Thornton 3il 51 9.80 So Flann. Marsh Jr. ... 9J 62 4.50 Full Flight N., Farr'grn 82 72 .so Dark Sunset, Holt 10 1 24.40 ftniflSSw; l:35V5.2:06, 2:21 VS. Admirals Victory 21.20 10.40 4.4 Amphlon M0 "0 Jerry Gene Start good, won easily. Winner, b.o.4, by Newport Admiral -Leas Victory Song. Trained by L. Lacoste. Mutuel pool S66,968. CO-SECOND RACE One mile. Pace. calming. All ages. Porto $2,200. Top claiming price S4J73. Horse and driver 1 Fin. Toll Allegiance Son. Cobb .. 72 Ink 6.30 Black Amlgo, Ho t JH 2 5.00 Jav Ar N., Dennis 51 33! 2.50 Copper Duke, Craig .... 81 i 6.70 Sea Tac Chief, Conroy .. 41 J 5i 35.60 Jigsaw, Short 0 4! 37.70 Way Too Easy. VniWd 92 71 14.50 General Joy, Farrlngton 61 83 3.00 Dlrectnlk, Curron 3l 16.20 Smart Eddla, Meyocks . 21 d Is. 29.00 atchoVReno Bill Tass. El Denny PTlm"- :30 VS. 1:02 35, 1:33 35. 1:4125, 2:04 25. Allegiance Son 14.60 10.00 5.20 lack Amlgo 7.00 5.00 Jav Ar N "0 Start good, won driving. Winner, hr.g.9. bv AllegiancePowerful Lass. Trained bv E. Cobb. Mutuel pool Sltkv 403. Double pool S117.SSO. ., Nightly double (2-8) paid 1441.40 VI THIRD RACE One mile. Pace. Claiming. All ages. Purse 8300. j Top claiming price 14,000. Horse and driver Fin. To 11 Marks Boy, Dennis .... if J-j moth Pick, Sherren .... 31 231 2.30 enancer Hanover, - Williams Jr Vli '.-ft Wing Flash. Llghthlll .. 22 5.10 Jest Less, Larson 43 5. l.w Uvlna, Wall 8 6 ?0 rs.Mic Farrlngton .. g 74S 5.10 Speedway Jennie, Price . 721 I 21.30 Mount Eden, Grenler ... 41 dls. 13.90 Scratched-Top Gunner, Wee Judy D. Time, :3215, 1:04 45, 1:35 45, 1:50, 2:05, Marks oy . 4.40 3.40 Tooth Pick 3.80 Prancer Hanover Start pood, wen handily. Winner, gr,o.), by While Mountain Boy Lltlie JoSy. Trained by J. Dennis. Marks Boy claimed by w. Petersen for 14,000. Muroel pool 1123,249. 378 FOURTH RACE One mile. Pace. Conditioned. All ages. Purse 17,400. Horse and driver- Fin. Toll Texas Freight, Wllburn 22 12 3.90 Happy otto. M l loan ..31 21 . 4.80 Dream Street, Llghthlll g 3J 6.60 SengaLu Dean, McGregor 51 4;k 8.70 Commander Lad, Olds . 12 5i 2. 0 Beppl, Ackerman ..... 715 61 33.10 Heather Chance, Short . 42 710 13.70 Silver Sing, Wilson ..... 8 8 4.00 -Scratched-Freo Heather. Time. :3025, 1:01 35, 1:34275, 1 -SO 25. 2:05 45. Teias Freight . J.BO 3.40 HBPPV Otto 5 40 3.40 Dream street 3.40 -Start good, won driving. Winner, b.g.B. by! Torpid-Trim Freight. Trained by A Van Znntcn. Mutuel pool 1SS.726. Ejacta pool 190,382. 13 Exacla (1-21 paid W7.40 573 FIFTH RACE One mile. Trol. Free-for-all. The Bayslde. Purse 110,000. Horse and driver " Fin. To 11 Fresh Yankee, O'Brien . 21 v M RACE RESULTS 1st 11,000, 3YO up, mdns., clm9., 4 f. Hadailnk. 115. Rushlmv 46.40 11.60 5.00 Many Smokes, 10S, Wellington 4.QO 2.J0 wvoatch. lis. Cesoedes 2.40 Time 1:12 1-5. , . .. . Also ran: Guerrero At, Garlh, Tracy s Turn. Anra Bon Anza, Father Goose, Pen- nant Fever, Ta Ta Now, Nashville Kin. scratched: Rum FI21. County Svl. Secret Roman, omen, tver aeartninu. Ptrfecta (6-8) paid 114t ci km. IVft mdns.. elmo.. SVi f. Lady Delegate. 115. B'ack 20.40 6.60 3.60 tth-11700, 3YO up, clmg.. 1 Pi. Foolish Comic, 118, Martlnci 3.80 2.80 certificate. 115, Gonialei 16.60 7.40 4.60 Dobl's Date, 118, Julian 3.00 Tuckv jm, 117, costa 6.40 4.20 Time 1:06 3-5. Frussy Bunch, 114, Munot 3.00 Also ran: Gold Island, Egyptian Prln- Xmt 1:n 15 cess. Oh Conte, Snappy Retort, Oh Juliet, kli0 ran: E Gral Tu Hat, Gay RM3-Shaoam, Terahead, Zealander. Gunlte udi trophy Day. Meg's Kate, Velvet Man. Scratched: Corporal Rlbot, Claires AUb. scratched: Sandslstor. Conluslon, Lei Lagoon, Plenlpotenllarv. 3rd si ,000, 3YO up, mdns., clmg., 6 f. Qulnlela 8-J $39.20 Gotta Move, 115, Costa 7.60 3.20 J.40 . Sish A Bit, 106, Wellington 3.00 2.40 .j, j Y0, alwes., 4 f. Fast Policy, 113, Arias 2 80 KlngTreat, 117, Black 5.20 3.40 2.20 Time 1:11 : a,.. riLilinop Jim. Miss Mellinair, uooo Al:.o ran: uiminau. v.muu. puke, Oody's Muscle. Seven league Maria Alcgrc. Trickle Rev, Atslde Base. dlh CI AM) 3YO up, mdns., clmg., mi Skiocratt, 106. Wellington 20.80 10.80 4.60 Daring Prince, 117. Cespedes 13.20 5.00 Chief Missouri, 120, Black 2.40 Time 145 2-5. Also ran: Rlbot Native, Court Dourguer, Char Leo Whirl, Cline Falls, Mr. Soaky, Armed Motorist. Apple Valley Miss. Scralched: Devastador. Dally double (7-1) paid 1131 5in-SU0O, 3YO up, clmg., 41. , dI5? iiohl. 116. Costa 11.20 4.80 3.40 Royal rtesoonse, 113. Cespedes 4.60 2.60 2-60 Mellomoaoy, no, mBumc TlrM 1:11 1-5. , Alio ran: Tonya's Lea, Lusty Due, Top Turbulence, Turn Light. Scralched sue;- Karen RACE ENTRIES AT m CALIENTE Xtolr, Fast; First Post. 11:10 am. ia-rl,soo, alwc, mdn 1YO, 4 I. Swiff Princess 115 Passive 113 Resistance lis Gypsy Festival 118 Geva lis Possible Flush 118 Y.rjoweroft Bflltyls Envoy Pop Pop Harry Aae'of Aouarlus Tame Prince 20-41,400, clmg, mdn 2YO, 1 ml. Artorhev.ln-Facl 115 Claires Confusion 112 x-Loco Lynn 107 Arch Nal 118 x-Sable Seeker 107 Facundo's Pappy 15 Just for Pun 115 Follyn Out 115 3rd-suoo. clmg, mdn 3YO up, SVi f. Light Echo Dumpivs Goodlime x-Parlay Time War Mac 120 Now Dhaull omen 115 Baby's Heir 113 Kathv's Delight 120 x-Hemps Torch 4th-SW00, clmg, JYO up, 1 ml. Some Hoofer 117 x Fair Galata Onuoo 117 Deadlock. . x AloonsMIss 104 Saddle Light 106 120 114 117 x-Bumper 109 x-Mllol princess ivj b.lhlDICriO " i I no t no 5lh-l,000, clmg. JYO up, ( f. Pike's Lane 120 Klddcau Silver Charmer 117 x-Hep N' Hot jay Jay 114 Barbary Prince Myself 117 x-Zeppo LcctoBond 114 Ralamaya x Halo's Spell 106 4th 51,700. Clmg, 1YO, Sli f. BiueMorch 115 x-ClassIc Soot Mohawk Magic 112 Knight Flghlcr Berchccr 112 Park M. x Rushing Girl 110 Atavism Chill Pepper 107 Noyu Jlh tuoo, clmg, 3YO dp, t,'i ml. Sahara Red 111 x-Forelgnomer. x-Renovallon ioj t-inai Meei Kid Around Southern Host x-Come Ono X-Hlddcn 11 Limo 111 Surrey Lane 103 Diomono 109 8th S1.800, alwc, 1YO up, 4 f. r.ln, ntn K PxwfcV Stfll Bay Circles 117 x-Count Mafosla AmblinoWov 120 x-Mlsbegoiien rvnnM I I Karen Sue ilorm Surf 120 x-Pretty Smooth Follow Along lis 9th JJ.500, alwc. 1YO up, 4 . x-Mlkanskl 104 Chief Bowl x-Jtmqulllo 103 Groundlm Ruckadoo 114 Klmborly King loin-sl,900, ctmi, 1YO up, i f. Daring Largo 113 Balcony Call Mlstv Blend U2Epe-Dorll Grey El Dorado lit Jedgars Comet Dress Note 111 Rubbish Man NoTarlus 111 Divorce Court BApprefltlco allowance claimed. Grandpa Jim, Farr'o.t'n U 2J, 1.80 Real Speed, Williams Jr. 32 32 16.10 Darn Faber, Warner .... 41 411 17.50 Sir FaHee, Williams .... 5 S 9.60 Tlmenli 1:02. 1:3315, 1:47 35, 1:01 45. Fresh Vinlcee J-20 J.7J) J-to Grandpa Jim 2-7 Real Speed 2.20 Start good'.' won driving. Winner, b.m.6, by Hlckorv Pride-Pert Yankeez. Trained bv J. O'Brien. Mutuel pool 1136,670. Minus show pool 1477.44. 574 SIXTH RACE One mile. Pace. Graded A. Purse 14,500. Horse and driver Fin. Totl Onle Hanover, Farfofn 22 U 1.40 Star Jim, O'Brien 51 2U 10.40 Knox Patch. Williams .. l! 3h 9.30 Batman, Wllborn 41J a 4.50 What A Flash, Long .... 711 511 19.40 Vldorys Horn, . , Williams Jr flj 6! 6.30 Poplnoood Pick, M'sh Jr. 31 7 16.80 Aka Eden, Cobb 9 810 7J0 Gavlland, GUI 4L 9 29.90 No scratches. Time, :3035, 1:01 15, 1:31 25, 1:46. 2:00 25. Onle Hanover 4.80 3.20 2.40 Star Jim 7.00 4.60 Knox Patch 3.40 Start good, won driving. Winner, b.h.4, by Tar Heel-One Adlos. Trained by R. Farrlngton. Mutuel pool 1155,477. 575 SEVENTH RACE One mile. Pace. Conditioned. All ages. Purse 8S.O0O. Horse and driver O Fin. To 11 Dwyer Hanover, Dennis 21 U Too Dlamonte King, Holt ... 51 2! 12.70 Preferred Time, Farr'grn 4 3U 5.40 Toughle Direct, Short .. UJ. 41 9.80 Prince Butler, O'Brien 6J 52 6.70 Way To Go, Mcllmurray 3U 631 6.50 Jet Butler, Cobb 8 71 18.00 Shormar, Stansell K 8 32.60 No scratches. .,.,. Time, :4S, 1:03, 1:32 35. 1:44 35, 2:01 25. Dwyer Hanover 4.08 3.00 2.40 Dlamonte King 7.40 4.80 Preferred Time , J-OO Start good, won driving. Winner, b.h.7. by Hool Mon Deanna Hanover. Trained by J. Dennis. Mutuel pool 1146,267. 574 EIGHTH RACE one mile. Pace. Graded A. Purse 54J0O. Horse and driver 4 Fin. To II Eurahead. O'Brien 72 Ink 3.60 Careless Time, Marsh Jr. 2! 1.50 The Big Bear, Todd Sr. 32 32 7.70 Malda Million, Cobb . . . 10 42 20.60 star John, Llghthlll .... 1 5nt 12.00 King Noble, Dennis 23.20 Mr. Jack, Williams 91 Ji 12.20 Jesta Hill, Grenler 61 85 10.80 Harlan Lee, Wheeler ... 52 911 10.50 Shiawassee Squire, Stan'l 821 10 35.70 No scratches. , Time, :30 45. 1:0045, 1:30 45, 1:45 25. 2:00 15. Eurahead 9.20 3.60 2.80 Careless Time 3.00 2.40 The Big Bear 3.60 Start good, won driving. Winner, ch.h.4, bv Widower Creed-Eura Mac. Trained by J. O'Brien. Mutuel pool 1137 ,068. 577-NINTH RACE One mile. Pace. Claiming. All ages. Purse 14,000. Top claiming price 115.000. Horse and driver Fin. To 11 Easter LInd, Williams .. l 1U 1.80 A. Dares. Marsh Jr 121 23 3.30 Lincoln Land Brook, Tlsher 31 32 6.60 Bout Due, Petty p JlJ Marson Hanover, Holt . 511 25.20 Rio Dean, Farrlngton ..7! 6h 9.M Bo Bo Ranger, O'Brien n 6.70 Danny Rip, Short 22 8U 9.00 Scotch Duke, Cqbb "1 ' "-40 No scratches. Time, :3145, 1:03 45, 1:35 25, 1:49 35, 2:04 15. Easter LInd 5 3.00 2.60 A. Dares 1M "J Lincoln Land Brook 3 B0 Start good, won driving. Winner, blk.m.4, bv Peter Llnd-Pr news Chief Trained by P. Jensen. Mutuel poo SB0.074. Eacta Pool .S.285. Total 11,337,149. Atlcndance '8351. 15 Exacto (44) paid Ml-SO AT CALIENTE Manalyte, 110, Gonialei o.6u isu Mldnltc Kiss, 112, Mena 240 j me 1 : , Also, ran: Mlkell s Tux, Bo-Dale, For- elgn. Speedy spud. 7mii,oM, 1YO up, clmg., 4 f. . Medallist, 120, Mena 5.00 4.40 Young Lover, 117, Costa 4.00 2.80 3.40 2.80 kiookb, 114. menoet Also ran: Narakaro, Hale's Friend, Llkt A Doll, Dame Carlos, Kings Spectrum. Miss B. and B., 113, Cespedes l.w 2.20 T , !ohlnln 1U ,i an , ic 2.40 ' Tryst, Belle Of Windsor. Scratched: Run . Susie Run. Afso ran: Late For scnooi, Lurran IDtll SIOOO, JTO up, time., 1. 0rbs Fnn0 ,,5, Wena 7.6O 4.60 3.20 Mll Yo-De, 107, Arias 10.80 4.20 A The Charlies, 105. Wellington .3.00 Time 1:09 4-5. Also ran: Rolla Reed, Gerly Up J0, Mn Shasta. Alas Allbhl, I Bttchil -Twn Do, Don't Bother. Colonel KHMl Runner B. Scratched: Flow Line jr., Emphll's Lodge, Aladdin's Boy. Qulnela 9-J 146.80 Th. Ul eeel totaled 15312 80 There were two tickets Picking six winners. each ticket was worth 115,222.40. In the consolation there ware 15 tickets plekin; iv, winners. Each ticKet was worth 5107.00. The wlnnlm timet numoeri were: 3-3-4 !?. College Soccer NCAA PLAYOFFS USF 1. San Diego State 2 (USF declared winner after four overtimes on basis of corner kicks) MURRAY'S COLUMN Continued from First Page They had struck for their touchdown like guys in masks blowing up a train. A wingman named Brad Lyman, who is no threat at all in the Heisman Trophy hunt, got clear at a time when the Trojan forces were in, so to speak, the outskirts of the city. Brad Lyman has only played character parts in the Bruin game films and the Troians probably thought he was just a transient. They covered people whose pictures were in the program. It looked as if the guerrilla forces had won a war at last. Thr. Rniins. who are so thin, they use their best o running back to tackle people on punt and kickoff plays I that's like using Napoleon to string wire were m typically deployed to give USC real estate in exchange for time. Napoleon, Clausewitz, Robert IS. Lee aren't going 10 the Rose Bowl. It'll probably end up in trench warfare between great powers with inexhaustible reserves. Danny Graham, solidly-built, hair mussed, eyes dazed, stood in a cubicle of the locker room. A box lunch with an apple on it sat untouched in a corner as he stood, naked, cutting ankle tape. He looks like all the good corner workers do, hard, compact, alert like a guy sitting in a tree in the dark with a rifle. "The pass? You mean the interference?" He asked. There were no tears, just confusion in the face now. "Yes, it was interference. I went up for the ball. When the ball wasn't there, I thought he had it." Poor kid. When the Rose Bowl is up there hanging in the air, there's no time to go to the bench and get a warrant. He just made a false arrest, that's all. I hope he gets his chance in the Rose, Bowl next time around. A guy shouldn't get the horns for a nice, clean tackle. If Dickerson had only had the ball, they'd be carrying him around the campus on their shoulders today. 118 107 w US Fresh Yankee, With O'Brien, Captures Trot BY BION ABBOTT Times Staff Writer Joe O'Brien and Fresh Yankee faced the threat of No. 13 together Saturday night and together they made it their lucky number to the satisfaction of 18,500 spectators at Hollywood Park. For Fresh Yankee it was her 13th victory of the year as she outfinished stubborn Grandpa Jim by a head in the $10,000 Bayside Trot, first skirmish this season between the standout stars of East and West. For O'Brien who direct ed the triumph, this was his 13th consecutive night with a Hollypark winner as he closed in on the Western Harness record of 14 straight set by Bob Farrington in 1967. Fresh Yankee, early choice to capture the Dec. 12 edition of the S100.000 American Trotting Classic, returned $3.20 as a heavy favorite in her seasonal bow. Together with Grandpa Jim in the five-horse field, they created a S477.46 minus pool to show. Take Lead O'Brien elected to let Fresh Yankee fly to the fi-ont at the start but Real' Sneed roared around her oi the clubhouse turn for :M 1'5 first quarter. Grandpa Jim took charge on the backstretch .for a half-mile in 1:02 flat and three-quarters in an easy 1:33 15. Fresh Yankee pulled out from third on the stretch turn and moved up to challenge Grandpa Jim at the head of the stretch. She nosed her wav to the front coming to the final sixteenth but was all out to hold Grandna Jim safe through the final strides of the moderate 2:01 45 mile. Real Speed held on for third, a little more than a length . behind Grandpa Jim. It was two more lengths back to fourth-place Darn Faber. Sir Faffee broke stride in the stretch and was a distant fifth and last. A pair of upsets in the first two races provided the ingredients for a whopping $441.40 nightly double payoff for possessors of $2 tickets on the winning (2 - 8) combination. Admirals Vic tory. hustled along by Ieo La Coste. trounced favored Amnhion bv more tlmn three lengths for a $28.20 triumph in the opener. Allegiance Son completed the combination with a $14.60 surprise in the se-ennd race, overtaking Black Amigo by a neck in a 2:04 25 mile. Black Amigo had stolen off to an eight-length lead in the stretch. Driver Standings Mis. 1st Jnd 3rd Robert Farrlngton 263 53 54 35 Joe O'Brien 191 47 56 35 Robert Williams 224 38 36 23 Tom Wllburn 203 27 26 21 James Dennis 186 24 29 24 Joe Marsh. Jr. 191 24 23 27 Jack Williams, Jr. 160 23 23 34 Joe Llghthlll 192 21 26 V Edward Cobb 1 17 14 18 Marc Grenler 89 13 9 4 WHITTIER REDLANDS, 15-14 Whittier struck in the final 13 seconds to beat Redlands, 15-14, Saturday night to win its third straight SCIAC football title and eighth in 10 years. The Poets trailed 14-6 and had the ball on their own 36 yard line with less than two minutes to play. It took five plays for John Mele to move Whittier to the winning score. Mele hit the SCIAC's leading pass receiver, Steve Folflesh, with a 44-yard scoring bomb with 13 seconds left. Poet coach John Godfrey elected to go for the win instead of the tie. Mele rolled out and fired a two point strike to Glenn Bell. It was the third straight year Whittier beat Redlands to win the title. The Poets' winning REFUSE TO PLAY Diablo Tackles Were Right: Tampa, 53-0 TAMPA UP1 The University of Tampa defeated Cal State (LA), 53-0, Saturday night in a football game two California players refused to enter because they said Tampa was too tough. Walt Thurmond, head 49ers Win 7th in Row, 41-10 Tailback Leon Burns scored five touchdowns and rushed for 18G yards Saturday, leading Cal State (LB) to its seventh straight victory, a 41-10 win over San Francisco State. Burns scored on runs of 1, 2, 5, 5 and 2 yards, upping his season touchdown total to 23. Burns scored three times in the third quarter after San Francisco pulled within 21-10 at half. The loss gave San Francisco a 3-7 record for the season, its worst record since 1932. Wayne Clark threw seven touchdown passes as Cal Western bombed Coast Guard, 61-6. Clark connected with end Paul Dunn for touchdowns of 73, 31, 15 and 15 yards. Dunn caught eight passes for 287 yards. Cal Western led only 14-6 late in the second quarter, but Clark threw TD passes of 1 yard to Gary Limbrick. and 75 and 31 yards to Dunn in the final 3:41 to make it a rout, 35-6 at half. Rich Churchford's 73-yard pass interception return for a touchdown gave Cal State (Hayward) a 25-17 victory over Valley State. .Cal St. (LB) 41, saa Frandico St. 18 Cal State (LB) 15 6 13 0-41 San Francisco St. ... 0 10 0 010 LB Burns 1 run (Evans kick) LB Huber 38 past from McKlnney (Bums run) 31 vve z run icioson KitK, LB Burns 2 run (run failed) 5p bioson JU LB Burns 5 run (Evans kick) LB Burns S run (kick failed) LB Burns 2 run (Evans kick) Attendance 1,000 Cat Lutheran 20, Concordia (Neb.) 14 Concordia 0 7 7 014 Cal Lutheran 7 7 6 020 CL Creed 3 run (Bossard kick) Con Frlellng 5 pass from Glessel-mann IWIItse kick) CL Slouch 1 run (Bossard kick) Coo Danlelczvk 7 pass from Tauba (Wiirse kick) CL Bossard 98 kickoff return (kick failed) Attendance 3,500 Cal State (Hayward) 25, Valley State 17 Valley State 7 7 3 0-17 Cal St (Hayward) ... 0 7 8 10-25 VS Whltsltt 10 pass from Hartman (DeMonbrun kick) HS Roache 58 punt return (Futterer kick) VS Shermoen 52 pass from Hartman (DeMonbrun kick) HS Oliver 24 pass from Audlno (Audlno run) VS FG DeMonbrun 22 HS Churchford 73 Interception return (Futterer kick) HS FG Futterer 23 Attendance 2JJ00 Loyola 15, USF 14 USF 0 0 7 7-14 Loyola 0 14 14 7-35 LoyJelminl 1 run (Lowery kick) Lov Desmond 42 pass from Ertman (Lowery kick) USF Nelson 2 run (O'Leary kick) Loy Desmond 58 pass frpm Ertman (Lowery kick) Loy Jelmlnl 1 run (Lowery kick) USF Watson 14 pass from Nelson (O'Learv kick) Loy Jelmlnl 4 run (Lowery kick) Attendance 1,011 Pomona 41. Occidental 22 Occidental 0 13 9 0-22 Pomona 21 7 7 641 Pom Hetherington 4 run (Meull kick) Pom Chrlstoff 30 pass from Miller (Meull kick) Pom Woodruff 25 pass from Miller (Meull kick) Pom Thomas 12 run (Meuli kick)-Oxy Waldron 71 pass from Tlppett (Thatcher kick) Oxy Sanchez S pass from Tlppett (kick failed) Pom Hetherington 5 run (Meull kick) Oxy Safety ball snapped out of end zone Oxy Sanchez 43 pass from Tlppett Thatcher kick) Pom Chrlstoff 6 pass from (kick failed) Attendance 1,000 CCAA CP (SLO) 14, CP (Pomona) 4 rxl Pnlv (Pomona) ..6 0 0 Joost 0 6 Cal Poly (SLO) . .. 14 7 7 SLO Pnndianl 62 pass from 634 Abate (Valos kick) SLO-Abate 2 run (valos kick) Pom Lewis 22 pass from Floret failed) SLO Milan 3 run (Valos kick) SLO Abate 21 run (Valos kick) SLO-Abate 73 run (kick failed) Attendance 4008 (kick DEFEATS touchdown came after Redlands had seemingly wrapped it up, turning a pass interception into a touchdown and 14-7 lead. Mele finished with 230 yards passing, completing 17 of 33. Mele passed four yards to Phil Adamson for a second quarter touchdown which gave Whittier a 7-0 halftime lead. Redlands rolled up 221 yards on the ground, led by Jim Porterfield's 122 yards in 25 carries. The Poets limited Redlands end Hank Cochrane to two catches for 12 yards. The victory also evened Whittier's season record at 5-5. Whittier lost its first five games. Whittier 15. Redlands 14 Redlands Whlttltr Whit Adamson 0 0 8 414 0 7 0 8-15 4 pass from Mele (cSTaDfOQK KICK) Red selwav 1 run (Slwav run) Whlt-C olfln 44 pass from Mele (Bell pass from Mele) Attendance 4,500 Reds Selway 3 run (run failed coach of the Los Angeles team, said two of his defensive tackles, Calvin Ellison and Trazell Grey, refused to play. He said they told him a game against Tampa would be ridiculously difficult to win. Team officials said both players were put on an airplane back to Los Angeles before the game. A spokesman said they will not be graduated until they repay the school the price of plane fare. Tampa's Spartans led the Diablos 30-0 at the half. The Californians' only scoring threat came in the last two minutes of the game when penalty gave them six tries at the goal from the one-yard line. Tampa's defense held. Coach Thurmond, who brought 25 players with him, was forced to rip up two jerseys to provide extra numbers for player substitutions. Tampa sophomore running back Leon McQuay scored only one touchdown, but his run was long enough to give him a school single-season record of 889 yards and a stadium record of 221 yards. Tampa's season record is 8-1. The Los Angeles school is 08. Col State (LA) 0 0 0 0-0 Tampa 7 23 9 14-53 Ta McQuay 2 run (Soper kick) Tarn Safety Freeman tackled by Be nedetto In end zone. Tarn Miller 8 run (Soper kick) Tarn Benedetto 11 pass from Del Gazlo (Soper kick) Tarn McQuay 48 pass from Del Gazlo (Soper kick) , Tarn Safety: Vllnk tackled by Soash in end zone Tarn Gulnto 8 run (Soper kick) Tarn Guinlo 1 run (Soper kick) Tarn Gulnto 2 run (Soper kick) Attendance 10,352 Saturday's SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE Cerrllos 34, San Diego 7 Cerrltot 7 7 13 7-34 San Diego 0 7 0 07 Cerrllos: TD Ernst (9 run); Brick (9 and 7 passes from Ernst); Caslorlna (17 run). FG Werschlng 2 (24 and 37). PAT werschlng 4 (kicks). San Dleoo: TD Henderson (7 pass from Quinn) PAT Tucker (kick). Santa Ana 33, Ml. San Antonio 8 Mt. San Antonio 0 0 0 8 8 Santa Ana 7 13 13 0-33 Mt. San Antonio: TO Thomat (14 pass from Gray); PAT-Dave (pass from Gray). ... , Santa Ana: TD-Wllllt 2 (18, 2 runs); Kelley (5 blocked punt return); Tadman (19 pass from Erlckson); Rendon (24 pass from Erlckton). PAT LI flicker 3 (kicks). SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CONFERENCE East LA 27, Rio Honda 2 East LA 0 13 14 0-27 Rio Hondo 0 10 13 0-33 East LA: TD-Jones 2 I, 2 runs); Hall 2 0, 1 runs). PAT-Tretllng 3 'W'Hondo: TD-Gullottl (1 run): Mathews 2 (4 andj 18 pass trom Gullottl). FG Abadie (40). PAT Brenchley 2 (kicks). Fullerton 38, San Olega Mesa 28 Fullerton 7 14 0 17-38 San Dleoo Mes 0 0 21 7-28 Fullerton: TD-Owens 3 (14, 30, 8 runs); Conley (58 pass from Owens); Haughn (62 pass from Owens). FG Haughn 22. PAT-Haughn 5 (kicks). San Diego Mesa: TD Johnson (2 run); Sawyer (1 run); McDanlel (5 pass onomorino,; I xnalsv f!5 OBSS from ottombrlno) PAT Johnston 4 (kicks). METROPOLITAN CONFERENCE El Cimlno 27, Pierce 14 Pierce 6 8 0 014 El Camlno 7 7 7 27 pierce: TD Jackson 2 (2 and 1 run). PAT Jackson (run) El Camlno: TD Boyd 2 (71 pass from Heck and 2 run); Crelghton (35 pass from Lopez); Hulsey (27 run) PAT-Poladlan 3 (kicks). Bakertflald 27, Valley 17 Bakerstlcld 6 7 8 6-27 Valley 0 10 0 717 eakersfleld: TD Miller 2 (23 pass M0N.-TUES.-WED. Vt LB. WHOLE . . . LIVE MAINE LOBSTER cslumn, Pintore; s Restaurant I Trojans All Confident of Victory Continued from 4th Page make them pick me up," said Chandler, "but they couldn't stay with Sam. That was the greatest i catch I've ever seen." And everything came up roses again. "We are . . , SC! We are . . . SC!" came the chants in the dressing room before any outsiders and press were permitted to enter. "This is something 1 came out here for," said Jimmy Jones, "because the Trojans stay in there and play tough when it comes to going to the Rose Bowl. "I've always wanted to go," he said, "but we did it for our seniors. They'd never lost to UCLA, and we weren't going to let it happen to them this time." Down the hallway, linebacker Greg Slough was numb with excitement. "Gee, the Rose Bowl!" he said. "You know, it really hasn't hit me yet. Our front five did a great job on defense, too." There also was talk about the next game the one Jan. 1 against Michigan in the Rose Bowl and John McKay was saying that the Wolverines' upset of Ohio State "was the greatest thing that's happened to college football in years." He went on to explain. "I don't want Woody Hayes to be mad, but football coaches are all sick to death of hearing about a super team," said McKay. "I told our staff that if Michigan lost, we were going to get more criticism for being in the Rose Bowl. All our players and coaches saw three quarters of the game and cheered madly for Michigan." McKay was cheering about his own team, too, a team that probably leads the nation in critics even though the record is now 9-0-1. "I told our players before the game," he said, "that win or lose, this is the most interesting team I've ever coached. They have a lot of pride they don't know what it is to quit. Stewart Wins Dragster Duel Rick Stewart, in the American Bandstand fuel dragster, defeated Doug Rose and his jet dragster in a 2-out-of-3 series before 3,681 fans Saturday night at Lions Drag Strip. TOP GAS Bob Noice (Van Nuys), 7.70 and 181.07. INJECTED JUEL Don Enrlguez (Lag-ma Beach), 7 58 and 193.54. JET VS. DRAGSTER Rick Stewart IAA fuel dragster) 7.12 and 214.77, dei Doug Rose (let dragster), 6.77 and 245.90. JC Football trom Relmert, 24 pass from Sfybbe); Cook (3 run). Relmert (1 run). PAT Miller (pass from Stubee), Preston (kick). Valley: TD-Balma I (81, 30 pastes from crlsclone). FG Cummlnt (29). PAT-Cummlnt 2 (kicks). Pasadena 35 Santa Monica 25 Santa Monica 6 6 6 7-25 Pasadena 7 7 7 1435 Santa Monica: TD-Sylvlo (2 run); Ridley (23 run); Ramistella (19 past from Sylvia); Elliott ( 4 Pass from Sylvia) PAT-yiadyka (kick). Pasadena: TD Reed 2 (6 and 31 passes from Brown); Bass (1 ryn); Brown (25 run); Mitchell (8 run). PAT Ekstrand 5 (kicks). MISSION CONFERENCE Grossmont 49, Riverside 35 Grossmont 7 14 14 14 Riverside 21 7 0 7-35 Grossmont: TD Sutton 3 (6, 9 and 25 passes from Gleason); Williamson (26 ana 1 run); Dangutls 2 ! (47 and 91 past trom Gleason). PAT-WI cox 7 (kicks) Rivers de: TD Kendrlckt (1 run); Lewis (8 run); Stout (41 paw from Fouchee); Gllroy (28 pass from Fouch-ee); King (12 pass from Fouchee). PAT -Edmonds 3 (kicks); Kendrlcks (run). CITRUS 13. SOUTHWESTERN 8 ntrus 7 0 0 613 Southwestern 0 0 8 M Citrus: TD Barker (11 pass from Wllham); Akula (57 punt return;, kai- Southwestern: TD Guerra (1 run). PAT Ruiz (run). WESTERN STATE CONFERENCE Olandale 35, Moorpark 26 Moorpark ? ,ju Glenrfale 7 7 7 1435 Wllllamt (2' run); Gordon (64 patt from Machado). PAT Sage 2 (kicks). Glendale: TD-plck 4 (1, 1, . 3 runs) t it ..i,. rn-AM 9 ft and 19 runs); Martin to run;. ri di om Bartjara II, Ventura 17 Ventur 7 10 0 0-17 Santa Barbara 6 0 6 6 18 Ventura: TD Downey 2 (17 and ru". FG-Juarez (30). PAT-Juarez Santa Barbara: TD-Hughes 2 (1 run and 10 pass trom Sobolewskl); Fisher tu run). DESERT CONFERENCE Mlra Costa 41 Victor Valley 6 Fr you wiw hm dmr ui.J .not howai an land thtM werld-f amout itoflii crab eliwi. Bt ra and tall your trlendi about thU Gounntt's dflliht now bildfj oomol as i m i YOUR CHOICE Jt FLOWN IN FLORIDA BY JET STORE CRABS FRESH CHERRY STONE CLAMS lunch Mon.-Fri. COCKTAILS 358 S. La Ciensn Blvd. It Wfl Dwon'o (Restaurant Row near 3rd) LA, TlmM Tel. 652-2900 Gardena, Roosevelt Easy Playoff Winners Top-seeded and No. 1-ranked Gardena breezed into the quarter-finals of the City football playoffs with a 40-12 victory over Belmont Saturday afternoon at Westchester High. The Mohicans, who have won eight straight after a season -opening loss to Lakewood, built a 40-0 lead in the fourth period before Belmont scored its two touchdowns. U n defeated Roosevelt also moved into the round of eight by crushing Carson, 48-22, Saturday night at East L.A. The Rough-riders, who built a 40-0 City Pairings Quarterfinals UPPER BRACKET Gardena vs. Tall; Los Angeles vs. Huntington Park. LOWER BRACKET Roosevelt vs. San Fernando; Reseda vs. Palisades. lead, were led by fullback-Ross Roberts, who scored three touchdowns, quarterback Mario Esparza, who completed three TD passes and end Greg Hudson, who tallied twice. In two other Saturday afternoon playoff games, Mid Valley champion Birmingham and East Valley champion Hollywood were eliminated in convincing fashion by Los Angeles and San Fernando, respectively. Los Angeles, the Southern league runnerup, compiled 334 yards total offense in romping' to a 38-8 victory over the Braves at Taft High. Tied For First San Fernando, which actually tied Birmingham for first place in the Mid Valley, got an outstanding performance from quarterback Anthony Davis in routing the Sheiks, 51-24. Fremont, the Southern League champion, was eliminated by West Valley runner-up Reseda, 13-12. Mickie Conway led the Regents, scoring once and gaining 129 yards in 22 carries. All of the scoring came in the first half as Fremont, trailing 13-12, tried for two points on a conversion and failed. Another champion, previously undefeated Franklin of the Northern League, was rudely ousted by Palisades, 35-0, the Western League runner-up. In the Gardena game, quarterback Tony Hakim threw three touchdown passes of 48, 8 and 5 yards and 226-pound fullback Greg Herd ran for a pair of scores to sink the Northern League runners-up. Belmont's exciting quarterback, Louis Gomez, was held to 10 completions in 37 attempts U&HKSGIViVJ Kir SPECIAL MORE DAYS BODY S FENDER REPAIR WITHCVnYPAINTJOO! I R.' J ycA 'ntRAJIIOIJ HOURS! MON-FRI. 7:30 AM TO C PM SAT. AM T0 11 NOON Beimflild. 1620 Geldin t. My. FA S-7M7 Oxnird. 141 I. Woolty ltd. NU 3.7J02 Ber. HIIII.9IM V. Olympic Bf. CR 6-SSSS PuUmi 270 . Arroyo Pky. NU-l-fin Compton, 1411 H. Lens Ben. Bl. NE 2.7777 Pomona. 7S3 W. Holt Aye. 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Bt Jatleey T8-8 18 Ln Anicln. 150 . sete St. 288.148) National City, III Narlanal Av. 474.8881 and the Gardena defenders intercepted seven passes. Los Angeles, improving its record to 8-1, intercepted three passes and recovered four Birmingham fumbles. The Romans' Alan Reado scored twice on runs of 9 and 10 yards while tailback Gene Tana-ka tallied once on a 68-yard run and finished with 109 yards on 8 carries. San Fernando (7-2) piled up a 45-16 halftime lead and then used reserves throughout the second half against the Sheiks, who had a seven-game winning streak ended. Davis, a junior, completed 7 of 9 passes for 175 yards and and three TDs and rushed for 263 in 20 carries while scoring twice on 58 and 5-yard keepers. He also kicked a 20-yard field goal, four extra points and ran for one two-point conversion. Los Anitlet 31, Birmingham 6 Los Angeles 7 10 7 14-31 Birmingham 0 0 8 08 Los Angeles: TD Reado (29 and 10 runs); Tanaka (68 run); Mallory (1 run); Campbell (30 pass from Irvln). FG Morales (311. PAT Morales 5 (kicks). Birmingham: TD Cavanaugh (B run). PAT VonHerpe (pass from Wall). San Fernanda 51. Hollywood 24 San Fernando 14 31 0 651 Hollywood 8 8 0 824 San Fernanda: TD Gibson 2 (6 and 2 runs); A. Davis 2 (58 and 5 runs); Marshall (56 pass from A. Davis); B. Davis (34 pass from A. Davis); Frailer (58 pass from A. Davis). FG A. Davis (20). PAT A. Davis 5 (4 kicks. 1 run). Hollywood: TD Haves 2 (4 ana 1 runs); L. Cox (6 run). PAT Hayes 3 (all runs). Gardena 40, Belmont 12 Belmont 0 0 0 12-12 Gardena 0 20 7 7-40 Belmont: TD Gomez (1 run); Falom- ' Gardena: TD Herd 2 (35 and 15 runs); Berry (48 pass from Hakim); Nakazawa (8 pass from Hakim); Smith (5 pass from Hakim); Perry (15 run). PAT Walker 4 (kicks). Palisades 35 Franklin 0 Palisades 14 0 13 8-35 Franklin 0 0 0 0-0 Palisades: TD Lowentzen 2 (1, 3 runs); Beck (2 run); mcclay (4 run); Guthman (1 run). PAT Lowertzen (run) Guthman (run) Marlls (kick). Roosevelt 48, Canon 22 Carson 0 0 16 622 Rposevelt 16 20 6 6-4 Carson: TD Magby (14 run); Mar-kulls (2 run); Thomas (27 past from Cole). PAT Cole (run); Tupuola trRoosevelt: TD R. Roberts 3 (12 and 23 pass from Esparza and 1 run); Hudson 2 (25 pass from Esparza ani 10 pass from J. Roberts); Paz (44 pass Interception); Ramos (49 run). PAT R. Roberts (run); Esparza (run); Rod. rlguez (pass from Esparza). Reseda 13, Fremont 12 Reseda 4 7 0 0-13 Fremont 6 6 0 0-12 Reseda: TD Conway (25 pass Ircr.i Bernard); Flndley (3 pass from Ber. nard. PAT Flndley (kick). Fremont: TD McBee 2 (1 and 9 run). EAST VALLEY LEAGUE Grant 14, Fairfax 0 St Bonaventure Rips St. Genevieve, 36-6 Defending champion St. Bonaventure (10-0) opened its campaign for a second straight CIF Clas A football championship by defeating St. Gcik-v i e v e, 36-6, Saturday night. A DIVISION SI. Bonaveniure 34, St. Genevieve 4 St. Genevieve 0 0 0 66 St. Bonaventure 0 22 14 036 St. Genevieve: TD Ruffo. St. Bonaventure; TD Montag 4, Stephenson. PAT Fanz 2 (runs), Barrett (run). SMALL SCHOOLS DIVISION Paraclete 22, Rosamond 22 RKHmond 0 8 8 6 11 Paraclete 4 0 0 16-22 Paraclete advances by "winning" In California tie breaker system. Rosamond: TD Johnson 2, McVey. PAT Johnson 2 (runs). Paraclete: TD Avlla, Parr, Ruthler. PAT Pair c(run), Ruther (run). 0 o IF MLTUW0RK ON YOUR CM AMOUNTS TO S 10.00 01 LESS YOU PAY ABSOLUTELY H0THINSJ HII O. O.IO oi. IH'HH vvniura, bw -I-; ;;-' T

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