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14 Port III- Sun.. Nov. 14. 1976 5.08 angtltS ZittUS 2 Bobby Allison Eyes Second Times 500 Continued from First Page Mercury prepared by Roger Penske. This is the last Winston Cup race of the year and Allison is still looking for his first Grand National win. If he fails to win next Sunday it will be his first winless year since he joined the NASCAR circuit in 1956. Hi- has been second twice and third six times. Two weeks ago he won a U.S. Auto Club stock car race Bobby Allison Maybe ai Ontario." Allison said most of his injuries have healed, although his feet still hurt at times. Asked how he was able to get back in a race car so quickly after an accident, he replied: "Race drivers are fast healers. Besides, there was just too much at stake in our program for us to slack off." A non-racing accident prompted the 39-year old Alabaman to become a professional driver. "When I was just starting out I worked in a garage. One day I crushed my left hand working on a customer's car and spent a long lime in the hospital. "While I was there I had a lone talk with mvself and de cided if I was gonna get hurt making a living then it ought to be doing something I liked, and I didn't like working on other folks' cars. I decided I wanted to race and I might as well forget about the danger and just go and do it I'd just found out you could get hurl doing anything." Allison also explains his attitude toward racing by describing another incident from his early years. "I had a good friend who died of a "heart attack at 19 while he was just walking along. That made me stop and ihink. I figured if you can't control whether you're going to live or die. you might as well go ahead and live." Defending Times 500 winner Buddy Baker, who has been in some horrendous accidents himself, says "those accidents will make Bobby go even stronger and faster." That has been Baker's altitude toward his own mishaps. "I've been 'killed' twice." said Baker, "once at Talladega and again at Daytona. I was leading that race at Talladega and I'd just turned a lap at 197 miles an hour and a 20-car pileup occurred right in front of me. I had 12 cars dead on the back of my car and we went into a blind dust storm of rubber dust where cars were sliding and smoke was boiling out of them. That two or three seconds of dead calm when you can't see anything except the smoke, like you're in a cloud, and a car is dead ahead of you. that's when you're frightened because you can't do a thing about it You just sit and hold on until everything stops moving. "After that I had a little pep rally with myself and decided I was doing just what I wanted to do the way I wanted to do it. So the next race I ran the fastest lap I'd ever run there." What do the racers' wives think of the danger? "Actually, I worry more about the miles he travels on the highway than those he travels on the track." says Lynda Petty, whose husband. Richard, has won six Winston Cup Grand National championships. "On the track he's driving with professionals and he knows how each one drives. Watching Richard going 180 miles an hour in a race is like watching any athlete perform what he does best. I don't really think about the speed or the danger. I just get caught up in the competition and pulling for him to win. "bpeed is just a part of my husband's job. He is doing what he knows and enjoys better than anything else. And when he's happy, so am I." Elmo Langley is nearly 50. His wife. Nancy, sees as many races as she can. Elmo, the oldest driver in the Times 500. is one of the regular independents on the Winston Cup circuit. "Even after 24 years of watching Elmo race, it still frightens me at times." says Mrs. Langley. "but not to the point that I can't enjoy watching him run. I know the safety equipment is the best and that all the drivers have quick reflexes. I don't anticipate the worst I always think positive." Allison says drivers must think positively, too. especially when they're racing. "Being afraid will increase the risk because a driver that's too concerned about getting hurt isn't racing." he said. "And while he's watching to be sure nobody hits him. he's more apt to run into someone else." HARNESS RACE RESULTS Copyright 1974 By Triangle publications, inc. Daily Racing Form Western Harnett Racing, Hollywood Park, inglewood, Calif, Thursday. November 1Z 1976-SBth night of a 79. night meeting. All finishes con firmed by official Photochart camera. FIRST RACE. Ont mil. Pact. Claiming. All ages. Purs 11300. McOuten 2160 13,00 B.20 Mystery George 18.80 1400 Rusty Joui 5.80 Time-2-,02. Also ran- Bio Time. Javeion MohawX, Medicine Win. Good Alt, B C Flyer, Eenalla. Lumber Press. S2 Exacta (5-7) paid am, SECOND RACE. 1 mil. PC. CI All agtv PwtltbX BouBouC 55.30 15.40 8.00 Count Paree 5.40 180 Willie T Knight 5.00 Time-2:033 5. Also ran- Goulbwrn Adios, Lifldmerk, Monterey Mac Stunning Baroness, Halcyon Heritage. Mary Bar Rhonda. THIRD RACE. 1 mil. Pace. Claiming. aii ages. Purs $4,100. Knight Chance 30.60 12.40 6.60 C ft Star 11,40 7.00 Nal.m 6.00 Time-? 00 3 5. Afso ran- Gypsy Paloma. Surf Board. Brawler, Quaker Byrd. Sulky Station, Kerry Dundee. FOURTH RACE. 1 mil. Pac. CI All aqw. PufsS4800. Thomas Butler 10.40 5.00 120 Bella's Prince 5.40 140 Stmones Skipper 2JQ Time-2r0. 25. Also ran Lerdy Boy, Moving Tryax. My Direct Knight. Tango Quill Amitar Hanover, Uncolm Streak. $5 Exacta (3-7) paM 1107.00 FIFTH RACE. On mil. Pace. Candl-tlwwd. Puna S7J0Q. Lumber Pete R00 4.40 3M Raders Surprise 160 2J0 Sky Way Lad 180 TimeTM. Also ran Flying Trip, Clay Chance, Darmlss, Htgnmark, Jeffs Pride white Knight. SIXTH RACE, On mil, pac. InvttatrcnaL AH aqv Pun SI man. Oil Burner 5J0 4.00 120 Plata Bret 6.00 4.40 Skedaddle N 4.00 Time-1:55 25. Also ran- Tarport Hap, Keystone Accent, H L Skipper, Peter Lobell. Tricky Dick N. in the Penske Mercury at Texas World Speedway. "That gave us a lift." Allison said by phone from his Hueytown. Ala., garage. "There were some really good cars in the race and it was a five-car battle right to the wire. "This is the first year Penske has done all the engine development and we are beginning to find the reliability we wanted. Last year we blew 18 engines in 18 races and this year we've blown only 6 in 29 races. We didn't think it would take this long to get top performance, but we are on a long-term basis, so maybe our turn is coming. SEVENTH RACE. On mIM. Pace. Conditioned, All ages. Pursa Kac. Royal Grenadier .... 27.60 14.20 40 Proud Saron 12J0 40 Kay Wave ISO Time-1J8 45, Also ran- The Champ, Boca Boy. Farmstead Jim. Nechako Tar, Keep Out. IS Etacta 11-7) Paid sa7U0 Friday's Races EIGHTH RACE. One mile. Pace, mvi, rational. All ages. Purse itjm. Mighty Tuft N 14.40 5.40 4.40 Pensive Bret 5.20 3,40 warm Breeze 3J0 Time-1:59. Also ran- Starred By Bret. Table Hopper. Total Freight, Saint Clari Carl. NINTH RACE. One mile. Pace. CI All ages. Purse SATOO. Herd's Fly Boy i.40 4.M 3.00 Dante Prince 4.00 2.M Marthas Jewel 4.60 Time-2.0l I 5. Also ranJobela. Senga Bogey. Fantasys L B. Froehlicn Lobell. Kar Hanover. Hta. IS Exacta 11-6) paid tt0 Race Roundup AQUEDUCT Bastonera n. an Argentina-bred 5-year-old mare, outraced favored Proud Delta in the final 100 yards to win the $108,700 Ladies Handicap for fillies and mares. Bastonera II, ridden by Angel Cor-dero Jr.. paid J7. S3.40 and S2L40. Proud Delta was second and Sugar Plum Time was third. KEYSTONE Royal Ski, owned by Boston Bruins' hockey star Gerry Cheevers. raced to the front at the top of the stretch and held on for a three-quarter length victory over Medieval Man in the S150.000 Heritage Stakes for 2-year-olds. Ridden by Jack Kurtz, Royal Ski returned $6.20. $3.60 and $3. Johnny Wingo was third. HUSKY DEFENSE Ricky FRIDAY'S PREP The Coach's Son St. Paul's Rick Ambrosi. son of Bishop Amat coach Dick Ambrosi. scored two touchdowns to lead the Swordsmen to a 30-7 victory over Bishop Amat Friday night at Ml San Antonio College. Ambrosi. who rushed for 81 yards on 15 carries, might have scored a third touchdown but after taking a 10-yard pass from Tim Cowan, he fumbled into the end zone, where teammate Mike Gallego recovered for a touchdown. Gallego added another touchdown on a 23-vard pass from Cowan. The win gave St. Paul (8-1). The Times" No. 2-ranked team, its fourth Angelus League championship in five years. Another Angelus League team. Pius X. defeated St. An- Cuccia Has Biggest Day as Wilson Beats Lincoln Wilson quarterback Ron Cuccia. the City's total offense and passing leader, had his biggest day of the season with 534 yards total offense to lead the unbeaten Mules (8-0) to their 21st straight win over two seasons, 49-0. over Lincoln Saturday at East Los Angeles College. Cuccia. who is averaging 336 total yards a game, completed 24 of 32 passes for 398 yards and four touchdowns and rushed 14 times for 136 yards and two touchdowns on 23 and 1 -yard runs. The All-City junior now has 2.688 yards total offense, has scored 13 touchdowns and passed for 20. Wilson end Louie Salgado caught 11 passes for 177 yards and two touchdowns measuring 66 and 30 yards. (Friday's Resutn) MARINE LEAGUE Gardens 27, Locke 7 Banning S3, San Pedro 6 NORTHERN LEAGUE Franklin 16 Eagle Rock 6 WESTERN LEAGUE University 2a Venice 14 Citrus Closes In on Title Obie Graves' 7-yard touchdown run with 1322 left gave Citrus a 7-3 victory over visiting Saddleback Saturday night and moved the Owls one step closer to the Mission Conference title. The win gave Citrus a 5-0-1 conference record. Saddleback, which entered the game as the conference leader, is 5-1. If the Owls defeat Riverside next week they'll clinch their seventh title in nine years. SOUTHERN CALIF. CONFERENCE Golden west 41 Rio Hondo u Cypress II Harbor 9 Auto Racing USAC SPRINT CARS At Ascot Parte MAIN EVENT (40 Japs)-.. Bob East (Bellflower); Z Bobby Marshall (Dallas); 3. Duene Carter Jr. (Brownsburg, Ind.); 4. Jimmy Oskle (Downey); Clark Ttmpttman (Reseda); 6. Mfk Shaw (Northrldge); 7. Bruce Walkup (Sullivan, Ind.) I. Shel ton Klnscr (Bloomington. tnd.); 9. Rick Goody (Cerrltos); 10. Chuck Ctirney (Livermore). Note: Carters third place finish gave him USAC point record o 1,122 old mark, l.Oti Rotlie Bcale, Toledo, 1973. OCEAN FISHING REPORT The Time accepts and publishes the catch count as a puMk service. Any responsibility for accuracy Is that of the landing operator. PARADISE COVE-121 anglers: 47 call bass, 631 rock cod, 6 barracuda. niokro bat (Bretrs Landing) 74f vgiers: zw 'oc coo. ivirys una- i"Vit angmrs; una coa wz roc cod. SANTA MONICA-1 18 anglers: 370 rock cod, 20 cow cod, 30 bonlta 431 rocK pass, i seno pass. VENTURA-173 anglers: Z595 rock two. o cow coo. at img coa. DANA WHARF-143 an alen: Pass, 2 white we bass, 23 halibut, 314 rock bass. 207 rock cod. REDONDO 129 anglers: 9 cow cod ir rocR coo. LONG BEACH (Belmont Pler)-43 Jinelorf 111 raek r-ad. 1 rmti rrA (Queen's Wharf) -63 anglers: 879 rock COd. 12 cow cod. 6 lino eod. MARINA OCL REY-37 anglers: 5551 rwvn coa i macnerci. OXNARD-209 analers: 2.160 rock cod, 383 red snapper, 28 cow cod, 13) img coa, as canco oass, i nan out. PORT HUENEME 130 anglers: V 440 rock rod. 41 cow cod. 18 Una cod. MALIBU PfCR-79 anglers: 6 called om. j nou inn, suu root coa. SANTA SARASAR 36 Anafi rock cod, 113 calico bass. 30 ling cod, 21 " tod. It wniif XI (MM. moCK' ereL 3 bonito. NEWPORT (ArTs Umna)-S4 an glers: 6S kelp bass, 17 sand bass, 353 rocK coa 5 cow coa i heiiom. i mackerel. (Daveys Locher-73 an- Pro Football Notes Otters Signed punter Mitch1 Hoopes. a free agent released earlier inn wee oy aan uirgo; oca waivers on defensive back Sam Williams. Packers-Reported defensive tackle Dave Roller, bothered with a sprained ankle, is a doubtful performer in today1 game against Chicago. Jets-Signed wide receiver Clint Hasleng, a free agent. Chargers Reported running back joe Washington has undergone a sec-ana owratHsn to remove tern carti lage from his knee. The surgery was on inc same incr rrom wnitn damaged cartilage was removed after a preseason imury. Bell has no place to go FOOTBALL EAST VALLEY LEAGUE Poly 21 Grant 3 MID VALLEY LEAGUE Granada Hills 14 San Fernando 7 WEST VALLEY LEAGUE Canoga Park 13, Reseda a NOHLEACUE Corona 14, North Hollywood 0 METROPOLITAN CONFERENCE Bakersf'eid 38. El Camino 36 valley 34. East LA U Pasadena 28, Pierce 31 miSSIOM CONFERENCE Citrus 7, Saddleback 3 San oiego 35, Riverside 2' C ha 1 1 try 27. Southwestern 17 San Bernardino 36, Palomar 14 SOUTH COAST CONFERENCE Grostmonf 32, SD Mesa 21 Santa Ana 2a Cerrltos l? Cypress IX Harbor 9 WESTERN STATE CONFERENCE Compton 77, Canyons 36 Moorpark 37, Santa Barbara 8 Glendale 17, West LA 7 glerc 1,09$ rock cod, 45 cow cod. SEAL BEACH 110 anglers: 1395 rock cod. IS cow cod. 322 mackerel. 57 bonito. SAN PCDRO-73 anglers: 634 rock cwS- 2 cow cod, 3 ling cod. COMMRE AUTO LOANS 9.89 APR. Simple interest To 36 mos. I New cars 20 DP i AMERICAN ASIAN BANK f 9090 Wilsnire at Ooheny. ? Beverly Hills 273-72t More tun than a toy! But be sure to Buy Trade Finance Lease Right! Can; (213) 394-6744 Lou Sheridan TOYOTA 1MM DM, Trto letler Bargain . . . TOYOTA1 fvll wmmxna ! LEASING : '77 models : : IMMEDIATE? I SEE US TODAY I RAY FLAOEBOE I LIRCOLR MtUtCURT n7 nut own il Km. ts-tai in first quarter. He was Helps to thony. 28-6. to finish third, making the CIF 4-A playoffs for the first time in 10 years. The Warriors (7-2) were led by their star running back. Darrin Nelson, who gained 137 yards on 18 carries and scored touchdowns on 31- and 5-yard runs. Fountain Valley, unbeaten and ranked No. 2 until losing to Edison last week, rebounded with a 14-10 win over Westminster when quarterback Doug Thompson teamed with Ken Mangerum on a 74-yard scoring pass play with 50 seconds remaining. Los Altos quarterback Randy Hertel threw four touchdown passes two to Matt Aney to lead the Conquerors past HH Wilson. 33-7. The four scoring passes gives Hertel 20 for the season, breaking the school record held by former CIF Player of the Year Dennis Sproul. now a starter for Arizona State. In the City. Palisades quarterback Doug May threw three touchdown passes to lead the unbeaten Dolphins to their eighth straight win. 30-0. over Hamilton to clinch a tie for the Western League championship. May threw scoring passes of 29 and 2 yards to Rick Kin-nan and 24 yards to Hubert Miller. Palisades running back Jeffrey Jones scored a fourth touchdown on a 4-yard run. ANGELUS LEAGUE St. Paul 30. Bishop Amat 7 ARROWHEAD LEAGUE Aquinas 23. San Jacinto 0 BAY LEAGUE North Torrance 31 Centennial 0 Hawthorne 17, South Torrance U West Torrance 48, Rolling Hills 13 CAMINO REAL LEAGUE St. Bernard 33, Bishop Montgomery M CENTURY LEAGUE El Modena 44, Santa Ana 0 Villa Park 10, Foothill 7 CHANNEL LEAGUE Dos Pueblos 25. Buena 7 Son Marcos 21, Hueneme 0 CHAPARRAL LEAGUE Eagle Mountain 2a Holtville 6 CITRUS BELT LEAGUE Eisenhower 2a Pacific 7 Redlands 16, San Gorgonio 12 DE ANZA LEAGUE Banning 3a Twentynine Palms 7 Perrls 16, Rim of the world 12 DEL REV LEAGUE Crespi 2a Murphy 0 St. Francis 26, Notre Dame 10 DESERT INYO LEAGUE Kern Valley 1, Lone Pine 0 (forfeit) Rosamond 23, Molave 22 Trona 12, Tehachapi 12 DE5ERT VALLEY LEAGUE Calexico 33, Palo verde 6 Coachella Valley 29, Indio 13 Brawiey at Central, ppd. rain game will be played Tuesday. EMPIRE LEAGUE Kennedy 3, Cypress 0 Loaraa. Saddleback 7 FOOTHILL LEAGUE Burbank 17, Burroughs 14 Canyon 12, Hart 7 FREEWAY LEAGUE Anaheim 21, Sunny Hills 7 Magnolia It Buena Park t Troy 34. Lowell 0 FRONTIER LEAGUE Channel Islands 21, Rio Mesa 9 GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE Pacifica 9, Garden Grove 7 Los Amlgos 30. La Quinte 13 HACIENDA LEAGUE Royal Oak 9. Alfa Loma 7 Walnut 37, Bonlta 0 San Dlmas 2a Ontario 3 IVY LEAGUE Arlington 2B, Ramona 12 Colton 3& Palm Springs 14 North 17, Son Bernardino 6 Saturday, Dec 11 1 P.M. Kickotf For the Mythical National Community fj -aaa. College Championship Cf l Rose Bowl - Pasadena RESERVED SEAT TICKETS NOW ON SALE Times Special Events. 212 W. First St. Pasadena Jr. Cot Commerce. 181 S. Los Robles Ave. Pacific Stereo. 637 S. Hill St. And All Mutual and Ticketron Outlets Including Broadway. Wards and Sears Stores Or Ifaa TMa MaH Ordar Coupon JR. ROSE BOWL Los Angeles Times. Times Mirror Square. Los Angeles. Ca. 90053 Please send me adult reserved seat tickets $5 each and junior reserved seat tickets $3 each (or the Junior Rose Bowl Game. Saturday. Dec. 11. Enclosed is my check or money order made pay- able to the Jr. Rose Bowl Game tor $ including SO cents handling fee. Name. Address. City. SPONSORED BY THE held to only 21 yards. Times photo by Joe Kennedy Beat Him MARMONTE LEAGUE Thousand Oaks 11 CamarilloO Simi 17, Oxnard 7 MONTV1EW LEAGUE Northview 19, Baldwin Park 16 workman 34, Bassett 7 MOORE LEAGUE Compton 35, L8 Jordan 0 LBPoly3aMillikan 13 OCEAN LEAGUE Beverly Hills 46, Morningside 14 ORANGE LEAGUE Brea 2a Valencia 14 Esperama 25. Sonora 7 PIONEER LEAGUE Aviation 37, Lawndale 6 El Segundo 19, Lennox 10 Leuzlnger 21, Redondo 6 RIO HONDO LEAGUE San Marino 21. Duartc 0 South Pasadena 28. La Canada 14 SAN ANDREAS LEAGUE hioreo29, Caion 12 SAN ANTONIO LEAGUE Gancsha 27. Upland 27 SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE Corntos31. Donnnguei '4 Wart-en 14, Downey 9 SIERRA LEAGUE Giondora 26. Covma 7 SOUTH COAST LEAGUE Corona del Mar 17, Costa Mesa '6 Miw,.on Victo 74. 1 Toro 0 Laguna Beach 2a University 9 SUBURBAN LEAGUE Artcva 10, Glenn 0 Bcufowcr io, Neff 3 Paramount 7, Mayta.r 6 SUNSET LEAGUE Ed i ion 76. Huntington Beach 6 fountain Valley 14. Westminster 10 Newport Harbor 28, Manna 6 TRI VALLEY LEAGUE Bishop Oiego 2a Si Bonaventure 0 NOHLEACUE Corona 14. North Hollywood 0 EIGHT MAN PLAYOFFS Monte lair Prep jj. Maranatha 22 Ambassador Christian 61 Liberty Christian 12 f " f. -ZIP- LOS ANGELES TIMES JAW V Bailey Scores 3 TDs in 49er Win Long Beach State senior fullback Mark Bailey scored three touchdowns to lead the 49ers (8-2) to a 28-8 victory over Cal State Fullerton Saturday night in a PCAA game at Veterans Stadium. Bailey, mainly a blocking back, gave Long Beach a 14-0 lead on two 1-yard touchdown runs. His third touchdown came on a 10-yard run in the third quarter. Cal State Fullerton (3-5-1) could manage only two field goals by Juan Carrillo of 39 and 37 yards and a fourth-quarter safety. Nationally ranked Redlands, seeking an NAIA playoff invitation, defeated Pomona-Pitzer, 65-6. in Claremont to clinch a tie for the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship. David D'Arcangelo, who rushed for 132 yards. Roy Chien and Dan Princeotto scored two touchdowns each for Redlands (8-1). which is 4-0 in the SCIAC with one game remaining. Cal Lutheran's Allen Staie ran 39 yards for a touchdown with four minutes left to give the Kingsmen (8-1) a 26-19 victory over visiting Azusa Pacific. The Kingsmen's star quarterback John Kindred completed 16 of 29 passes for 182 yards and touchdowns of 5 yards to Steve Trumbauer and 23 yards to Butch Eskridge. Cal State Morthridge, led by quarterback Craig Gallagher's three touchdowns, defeated USIU. 27-0, at San Diego Mesa College. The win was Northridge's seventh the first time in its 15-year history it has won seven in one season. Bob Myers kicked a 43-yard field goal with 8:11 remaining to give University of San Diego its first win of the season in its last game. 16-14. over visiting St. Mary's. Steve Goodbody and Pat Iaccino scored touchdowns for San Diego which finished at 1-7-1. Bob Warren scored Whittier's first 23 points to lead the Poets to a 29-13 win over visiting Claremonl-Mudd in an SCIAC game. Warren kicked three field goals of 25, 30 and 27 yards, scored two touchdowns on 8- and 1-yard runs and kicked two extra points. PCAA L. Beach St 28, CS Fullerton 8 CS Fullerton o 3 3 2- 6 Long Beacn ST 7 7 la 0-28 l-BS-Bailoy T run (Trilcr kick) LBS-Baiiey I run (Tresslcr h,ck) CSF-FS Carrillo 39 LBS-Juitin 37 pan interception ITrcstler kick) CSF-FG Carrillo 37 LBS-Bailey 10 run (Tresiler ktckj CSF-Satefy Mayghn blocked punt out of end lone Attendance-J2.S0O SCIAC Redlands 63. Pomona-Pitzer 6 Ped'anCs 7 I. Oo",o4-Piie'' ....0 0 Red-Ct"en 66 da Pofl O'Arr inJClo 3 I PM-O'Arc.inijrlo 9 i 16 28-65 0 6-6 eod-CI'Cn run MVC tr , Pcd-Sa'c'v Taylor t.icHed m ettc Ped-rVerw.O 3 run KWyer'. kirfc Oca- Pfr.C0"0 6 run 'MyOr- kick j pp-Bergland 20 p.w tror- Rea-Princco'o 31 from Re-d- Vye' kic i -Joyce 3 run (Wvers kiCkj HCa-WCHOn J rgn layers fciCa,j Attendance-700 Whittier 29, Claremont -M add 13 ClaremantoMudd 7 Q 0 6-U Whittier 6 7 10 6-29 Wht-FG warren 25 CAA-Cbttter 80 run with blocked Held goal (kick failed) Whi-FC Warren 30 Whi-Warren S run (Warren kick) Whl-Warren 1 run (Warren kick) Whi-FC Warren 27 Whi-Strickland 23 paw interception (kick (ailed) CM-solon IS pass from Nailson run failed) Attendance-1,000 Occidental 24, La Verne 21 Saturday's CIF ANGELUS LEAGUE Servfte 12, Mater Dei 0 ARROWHEAD LEAGUE Big Bear 20, Webb 7 CEHTURY LEAGUE Estancia 21 Tustin 22 Santa Ana Valley 35, Orange 16 CHANNEL LEAGUE Santa Barbara 11 Ventura 6 DE ANZA LEAGUE Beaumont 7, Elsinoreo DESERT INYO LEAGUE Boron 29, Mammoth 7 EMPIRE LEAGUE Los Alamitos 34, Katella 8 FOOTHILL LEAGUE Hoover 20. Glendale 13 FREEWAY LEAGUE Savanna 31 Western 0 8 DAYS UHKSGIVJ SPECIAL THIS WEEK COMPLETE BODY & FENDER REPAIR bt'mYtis mam, ra s. mm h. us-" mmmuo, 7m T.i.trk u n-m? Acftyio. mi cwttw . srft7 mtxrui city. hi anid . U4.ta RlftOWBL 1711S lmtmm4 tt U4-S450 CKTUBO. tOW Cwtral Art. .-? MY, NUS, tt QW( K CtS-SStS OCNJUO. 141 1. WMlty 14. (W-7UI COiPTON, U1I U1 Ml. IL 7-7777 PASAOOU. 770 S. Anvr MD 1-SS77 cost mcsa. itet nwf n ms-iwj Rnroraot im a .. m-rm COVMA, ItSt W. Im Bf)4. 14. TO -444 SAN HXOO. 44) W. Kfhh-4 TO 4-4471 OnOMW.SnOCrMHlMll AX 1-0177 SO. SAM WttO. MW.MSl. ttff-WI CHYR OTT. 11S01 MttrMa BL H I-OH4 SAM CMOO. 3M Wvtbtovta. il CT 1-4431 R CAJON. 1M9 W. Mi Si. 4Q-M1 L SAM DKOO, 4517 O 0m H. 7M-44J1 ft MORTL J4S4 N. M (Nr. hnt.) 0 3-037 M. SAM MCO, NJI1 Mm At. S4S-UI2 GtK0n.tl1104M(.n. TW J JJ4J N. SAN AC 2-OSM oumui. ms s iw 14. qmi san nn. 134$ sm rtm. t4. tms nn UWTHOKM. IK? Imkm It 47V-B77S SAN CAHDQ, 7VI t Vdbr It Ttt VK OUrwOOO. S4I4 It. Ma. H. NO 4-171 SAMTA ANA, )1R L IT St. D7-3IU a. mrw. sssa witm m. n 1-3444 samta monka, UMBh t ct ci3-ti MQUWOO0. 717 W. fUnmn In. Ot3-SMI TAAIAMA, SStf ti4m tL MS-4H 1QNC aOL Awtilw t OWp M J -f77 TOtlANO, tlTft S. Wmm FA S-300S N. IONS lOt. JtJS t Cmm &A 4-45 II VAM NUTS, V. N. H. A SaMny ST 4-1110 ioi AMoan, tan t nm 749-4444 wtsremm. jtji w. m, 774-1112 1 10s ANOtus, iMi s. sv St. m-ffti wwrm 11744 l wwtifni n w-ijm 0y-Overton 2 run (iVWIIman kick) Ovy-Murphy I run (Millman kick) Oy-Broughton 37 pass from Ha-mtlton (AAillman kick) LV-Hmes 8 pass from Broan (Torres kick) LV-Pedvirt 20 pass from Sroan (Torres kick) LV-Hines 31 pass from Maloof (Torres kick) Oy-FG Millman 29 NONCONFERENCE Cal Lutheran 26. Azusa Pacific 19 6P -G Ghandor JB inOi run I f.L nb.iuer r .nrf'OC h icK MileO. AP - Du'ton I run "uc f f-Elt.r1d;e 23 mcrea (Ho"man Kitk AP-FG Gh.iiC'jr 37 AP- eCy i Gr:.v CL -S'.i i.ifce- 1,700 CS Northridge 27. USIU fees Northr.dne 7 10 7 3-27 USIU 0 0 0 0- C CSN-Galiagher ' fun iDonle hick, CSN-Gallagher 5 run 'Oonlp hich . CSN-FGOohle22 CSN-Gallagher : run tDon'o j CSN-FGDohlpJl Attendance-5W Cal St LA 21. Cal St Hayward 21 Cal St. Hayward 0 0 u 7-21 Cal St. LA 14 0 7 0-71 CSLA-Henry H run (Sanabna kick) CSLA-Henry S run (Sanatoria kick) C SLA Stewart IS pass (rom P. Duckworth ISanabria kick) CSH-Logan I run (kick failed) CSH-Harvcy recovered blocked punt in end lone (Spicer run) CSH Logan 10 run (Lomile kick) Attendance-1,500 Football FRONTIER LEAGUE Agoura 3d Santa Clara 8 IVY LEAGUE Riverside Poly 4ft, Rubidoux o LOS PADRES LEAGUE Santa Ynez 41, St. Joseph 0 MARMONTE LEAGUE Royal 26. Newbury Park 20 ORANGE LEAGUE La Habra 10. El Oorado 7 PACIFIC LEAGUE Muir 13. Pasadena 10 SAM ANDREAS LEAGUE Moreno valley 7, Yvcaipa 0 SAN GABRIEL LEAGUE Lynwood 13. Gahr 3 SANTA F LEAGUE St. Monica 13. Chaminade 12 ONLY! mm p

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