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C-2-INDEPENDENT (AM) Ls"J »»««. ClIH . trlSlv. Mb Ji. UBS.TELKRAM PLEASANTLY SURPRISED' 03ST SPORTS J Angels Optimistic About First Turnout By LOEL SCHRADER Staff Writer Television producers always have considered "prime time" to he t h e period between 7 and 10 p.m. But UCLA's basketball team can-ing out i t s own prime time on Channel S. All home games of the defending national champion Bruins are carried at 11 p.m.. heretofore considered an ungodly hour for sports presentations. Rating services have discovered the Bruins are de- hvering a double knockout. Not only are they smashing their basketball opponents handily, they are also making a runaway of the late-evening ratings. "KTLA (Ch. 5) is pleased with the ratings of our games, both live and taped," reports UCLA athletic director ,!.D. Morgan, the man who has put together the entire Bruin television package. "We estimate that by the end of the season nearlv 200 million viewers will have seen the UCLA basketball team in the past three years." he adds. At the moment, the L'Cl.A basketball team is the center of attention as it drives for an unprecedented third consecutive national title. But the UCLA-KTLA television marriage includes a wide range of events. It started last August w i t h - f i v e pre-season football shows that included highlights from the 1967 season. Ten 196S Bruin football games followed, all taped for Sunday presentation. By the time the regular basketball schedule ends, 22 games will have been shown, some live. The spring schedule of television events includes taped shows of UCLA-USC swimming Sunday and gymnastic meets and the UCLA-Kansas track meet. Scheduled for live presentation are the UCLA-USC track meet and t e n n i s matches and a UCLA-Washington baseball game. Highlights of UCLA's spring football game will he . taped and put together for a show featuring head coach ; tommy Prothro. All told, about 45 UCLA athletic events will have been telecast over a nine-month period. Aside from the obvious monetary return, Morgan sees other values from the television package. "It showcases our entire athletic program, with emphasis on the two major income-producing sports," he says. "We are trying to keep the UCLA fans attached to their teams through the medium of television." A reminder to Bruin fans, assorted insomniacs and just plain basketball fans: UCLA vs. Oregon State tonight and UCLA vs. Oregon Saturday night, both at 11 p.m. on Ch. 5. V * * * ·.' TELENEWS: B e a u t i f u l camera work is a regular part of the "Wonderful World of Golf" series. Saturday's match (Ch. 4 at 5 p.m.) featuring American Dan Sikes, Argentine Roberto DeVicenzo and Ben Arda of the Philippines is no exception. The match is played at the London Hunt and Country Club in Ontario, Canada . ^ . Wes Unseld demolished the Lakers Wednesday night at Baltimore. You can see him when the Bullets play -..Cincinnati in the NBA Game of the Week Sunday at ' -10:55 a.m. on Ch. 7 ... Jean-Claude Killy returns to his . hometown and skis with his younger brother and sister · in "Val d'Isere, My Home Town," Sunday at 5 p.m. on - Ch, 5. WEEK'S TV FARE: "Tonight -- College basketball, tape UCLA vs. Oregon State, 11 p.m., Ch. 5. Saturday 8 High school basketball (Muir vs. Pasadena)) noon. Ch. 4; CBS Golf Classic. 2:30 p.m..Ch. 2; college basketball, California vs. Washington, 2:30 p.m., Ch. 5; college basketball, Stars vs. Oakland, 8 p.m., Ch. 11; college basketball, San Jose S t a t e vs. USF, 3 p.m., Ch. 13; pro bowling Cougar Open. 3:30 p.m., Ch. 7; Santa Anita racing, 4:30 p.m., Ch. 4: Wide World of Sports, 5 p.m., Ch.7: Wonderful World of Golf. 5 p.m., Ch. 4: pro basketball, Stars vs. Oakland, 8 p.m., Ch. 11; college basketball, tape, UCLA vs. Oregon, 11 p.m., Ch. 5. Sunday --Swimming, USC vs. UCLA, 9:30 a.m., Ch. 5; pro basketball, Baltimore vs. Cincinnati. 10:55 a.m., Ch. 7; pro hockey. Toronto vs. Minnesota, 11:30 a.m., Ch. 2; Hunting and Fishing, 4 p.m., Ch. 7; skiing. Jean-Claude Killy, 5 p.m., Ch. 5; golf, Astrojet Classic, 5 p.m., Ch. 9; pro hockey, Kings vs. Oakland. Tuesday -- Bruins in Action, 8:30 p.m., Ch. 5. Thursday -- Olympic Club boxing, 8:30 p.m., Ch. 5. Compton Adds Jordan to Victim List, 101-69 By GORDON VERRF.LL Stnff Writer Spring training is scheduled 10 open Monday fur I he Angels, and the word from the home base at Anaheim is. "\\'e might be pleasantly surprised." The reference, u n f o r t u n ' ately. has nothing 10 do -- for the moment at least -- with anything the Angels hope to accomplish on the field this season. It has onlv to do w i t h the number of Angels expected in camp for the opening day's drills. While the first week of exercising at Holtville is strictly an invitational affair, normally the majority of players on the major league roster are present. This year, with the threat of a strike by the players still hovering over the spring training camps from California to Florida, there's no tell : :ig just how many Angels will show up. But the Angels' brass remains optimistic with the first practice session only three days away. Dick Walsh, the Angels' general manager, says he's looking for a turnout of some 35 players at the first drill. This figure includes rookies and non- roster players. While he didn't disclose the number of roster play- ers now under contract. Walsh did say "most of the roster players are signed." Regardless of w h a t happens at t h e Holtville camp, the real test of the strike -- if it's still a strike by then -- will he March 1 when the Angels transfer operations to Palm Springs. Thai's the day the players are not merely asked but are required to report. No m a t t e r what happens Area Roundup SUBURBAN LEAGUE Ganr ( A S ) Glenn S7) Hio-.Eiresi C) f Pri« HO) Suionjt (13) = Toai HO) T.-aynor [3] C Kmo (15) V a n Duvan (li) G Alvere: (10) Ga'finer (131 G Bascomo (16) Gahr .. . . . J 18 13 IS-- 4i Glenn .. . . 25 74 19 l»-*7 Gahr subt: Rodriguez ( 4 ) . Knevel- bsara «). Glenn sub*: Aaney (3), Boory ( S ) , Bo* ft-naa (2), Maggard (4) Moraan (9). CORRESPONDENT: Jim Triplet! Mayfair U9) Cox (22) Artesia (63) O'Brien (10) F V.nter (IS) F Hulie (2) C Ro-nsue: (5) G Dj:kert U3) G Artesia Mavfair Gavicrd (2QJ Yoder |2) Mover ( i n .. 14 4 li ?8~63 17 17 17 IS--49 Aavfair 17 17 17 IS--41 Artesia subs: Hill (2), Lubine (13). Correspondent: PAT CANADY La Mirada (7?) Net! (£7 Rx-ia (15) F Wilniie [2) Dean (10) F Pel? (13) van Fleii (19) C Novak (6) Christiansen (13) G Hauey (3) Johnson Deale U) La Mirada . . M 14 U 13--71 Nell . U 73 13 19--47 La Mtrada subs: rresr (4), Ferguson (.i), Mahanis (1). Neff subs: WOOdsmall (25), Combs 12), Cflzrea (J), Ortega Correspondent: MAX HERR FREEWAY.LEAGUE Fullerton (SI) Troy (64) Hutchcrson (4) F Greaorv 15) Bales (6) F Oldendorf (4) Helvev (IB) F Wilson (d) Andrews (6) G Houston WaHs G Olsan (7) Fuller-ton 15 13 14 J--SI Troy 13 20 11 50--44 Fuller-ton subs: ChllrJs (6), AAelenriei (9), Thompson 12). Troy subs: Hobbs (4), Schroeder (11), Miller (11), Magnusson (11), Cleveland (·i), Carson (4). Correspondent: TOM LEAHY Buena Park («) Courtney (S) F Lehman (4) F Scott (S) C Arntr (15) G Chldlev (15) G Buena Park Sunny Hills 8u*na Park subs (-i), Domiguez ( 2 ) , (21, Tunks (1). Sunny Hills tubi: (8), Steinmeyer (6), (6). Correspondent: Sunny Hills (B?) Holmnuist (4) Kellv (5) Dehn (2) Miller (4) McNamnra (27) S II 17 30--6* 15 II 34 22--12 : Huirk (9), Shadid Poindester (S), Day JOE REEDY BAY LEAGUE w. Torrance (65) Redondo (64) Moberly F Gerhart (7) Snndnwich (58) F Hnnson (12) Smallev (10) C Box (12) Kolo. (6) G ~ · Fowler (12) West TorranCt ._._.!« 11 U 15--65 Redondo 31 is 12 li--54 West Torranct subs: heal (10), Blair ( 1 ) , Wood (4). Redondo subs: Resce (2), Karoai in. Correspondent: BRUCE KRANTZ Inotewood (67) Hawthorne (El) Myers 115) F Crowdl (35) Kirbv (1) F Volk (13) Mover (12) C Cordon (3) Mercer (5) G Engoll (23) Olenhan (5) G Bothwll (?) Inglewood 17 10 70 15-« Hawthorne 20 12 2J 76--81 Inglewood subs: England 117}, Jacobs (1). Gardner (S), Baker (1). Hawthorne tubs: Wilson f l ! , Newman Correspondent: BILL SLOBER SUNSET LEAGUE Western (51) Anaheim (A3! I G 13 12 17 .. .. 16 16 12 lf-63 Philips (12) SImDson (10) Lewis (23) McKenzli (12) O'Kccic (8) Edwards (U) Rafterly (3) Hagard (20) O.born (4) Western Anaheim . _ ,, . _ . . Anaheim lubi: Whit* (2), Rosenbaal (5). Correspondent: JERRY LLEWKl.YN Nwol. Bch. (57) Haven (IB) Lindstedi (II) Griffith (14} Malinoff (4) Holmes (lOj Newport . Huntington Beach Hntan. Bch. (75) C=n*ra,-as (15) Waliers ill) Miller (33) Wakefield (1?) Sonwell |4) IS II 15 9--57 13 33 17 33--75 CORRESPONDENT: T I M S H E E T S (Westminster (57) Combs (5j f- Dclfj (9) F Brcderick (17) C Powers (20) G Sm-tllwood Marina (64) Moen (J) Mo c ior (13) Moll (',7} BairrJ (10) ' ( 1 3 ) No team has scored more points again! Compton High in the last 37 games than Jordan did Thursday, but the Panthers should have quit after they were ahead 4-2. The Tarbabes. who were almost awesome at times, cmr MIrftd Sreed. 51. The Do35 4?. Or- lm?tTM. "«! ( T D I 1.1. C^l B?wl 65. Warriors 55. Porter (CB1 21 Down*own Y t~. Ivcrv 29. Johnslon (D^t 17. fritz Carter 55. turncoats 36. Chambers (FC) 16. Skb-xr Homes t*. Ranrri Hands -U. ^'pSo'^^l. Y M C A r , «. Craip (SP) 13- Body Snatchcri "-3, Piranhas 35. Gustavson (P) 13. B«cr BdMcs Si- Maomlla HOS. f -f. Hubbsrd (V, ') 19. Fire Tinnier-. 31. America Who. Hvd- ware jO S"ind;er (^F) '?· SS Cons'ruction ft. lit Hazarent 5? Pi-n'e. Stout (SSI '1 Dcui'as Wisfits i. //.cmoriftl Hcs. 35. DeFrade^ (H'^l 19. GAMES TONIGHT At Wilson - 7:15 - Charlie Brown AH S'vs v* IftW-*,: E:15 -- Soorts vi. «o- 3te Reds; 9:15 -- Long Beach 1st vs. iamls At Jefferson -- 7:15 -- Warned Bacnp to'i vs Bardwell Suoolv; 8:15 - CAM A f.iurcn vs. V^nnattan Hot Doas; v.15 ~ Genfclamacdac vs Parkcrcst Ch. of Chris). At Poly -- 7 ; i s -- USCG Se^hawks vs. Tre DQI,; Its -- The Bovs vs. Ad- vrtnc e d Plumcm'j; 9.15 -- Vet^ P«rk vs. SKI REPORT MT. WATERMAN-o-3 InWCS of Ddw der over ?-3 ee* n* oack. or.erallng Pn. rjav through Tujn-iay. REBEL BIDGE-121S Inch^ ol DOW- der over 2-4 feet ot D^cK. orcratlng all faol'fie^ rlailv. SNOW VALLEY- 12 led 01 niwdrr over 2 f e e t of pacV, Satjrdav and 5un- dav BLUERIDGE-- f, 6 nchcr. ot Dowdrr over 1-3 feet nl D^r.k, opeffit.iig (Mi.v HOLIDAY HILL--ft-S mchrs of rnwrlcr over 7'T trrt of rH-!k, oorratiilg T r i '-IV JUNE MOUNTAIN-4-S Inches ol no.v- dcr over rt feet of Rack, operating dally MT. BALDY--7-3 inches cl oowdtr over 3-5 feet of rack, ooeralino dally. SHOW FOREST--18 Inches if oowdcr over ?-3 feet ot oack, operating Friday thrfwioh SunrlflV. MOONRIDOE-30 M Inches of Dowdfr over 3 fee) of pack, ooerallnp over the werkenr). SNOW SUMMIT--2 fret of r.owdcr over 5 feel cf nack, operatlnD dally. scored a runaway 101-69 victory, the school's 25th win this season and No. 57 in a row over a two year period. Forward Larry Hollyfield, who has played in all of the games during the CIF record win streak, scored 34 points through three quarters to pace the Tar- habes. Lewis Nelson added 24 and Olympic high jump competitor Reynaldo Brown 20. It was Compton's last came before entering 'AAAA' playoff competition Feb. 28. Jordan f i n - ished the season 10-15. Comoton (101) Jordan (it) HoMviield (34) F Darrow (15) WomacV [5} - Moore Brown (201 C Helm (III Lee (12) G Edwards (6) Nelson (24) G Dittman (4) Complon 24 3? 78 27--101 Jordan . . to 19 !1 19- 49 Compton tub: Nero (6). Jordan subs: RevroJd* (16). Kuvken- Rail (9). Dougherty li), Hamilton (9). U of San Dlcoo 72, San Dleoo St. 65 Cal Poly. SLO 1C?, Stanislaus St. 82. Pacific Lutheran 100, Colleoe of Idaho //.arouctJe 65, Denver 61 Arizona 77, New Mexico 75 Sam Houston 10?, E. Texas 94 Howard Payne 61. T^xas AM 63 Houston 95, L*m.»r Tech 71 NfiMheastern W, Boston U. 6* Moroon St. 103, Virginia St 73 Westminster i 13 i? 19--5? Marina 9 14 34. 17--69 Westminster sub: Btro (6). Marina sub: Stratford (2). CORRESPONDENT: DAN PETERS GARDEN GROVE LEAGUE Bolsa Grande [60) LaQuinta (70) Ward (61 F S! Clair (17) Williams (4) F QJICG (il Kerlin (B) C Teddy (10) Elsacsser (9) G Navarrette (4) 'Grevis (15) G A/ioran (17) Bofsa Grande 11 11 16 15--60 LaQuinta il il 21 20--70 Bolifl sub: Daley (13). La Quinta Subs: Knoepsel (12), Moody (2). f. Soria (1), A. Soria (2). Correspondent: ROGER BRADFORD SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE Norwalk (75) California 1/4} Wadson (15) F Lennaman (26) AAcKenny (21) F rerisho (9) Anderson (12) C Baflou (9} Soraoue (201 G Lamuhere (15) Schuster (2) G M-rser (11) NOrwalk 15 32 30 13--75 California . 16 17 15 26--74 Norwalk subs: Sancfie: (1), Bolding California subi: Ten field (2), Gall (2). Correspondent; LARRY CLANTON SKY LEAGUE Leuzinger (57) paios vcrdes (6?) G . 3rrct ... F Whitcock (15) Cncfcetl IB) _ . , Cox (6) Leuzinger 9 13 13 33--57 Paios Verdes . 17 29 U 31-69 Leuzinoer subs: Perish (7), Kidwcll ( 2 ) . Ballo (11). Bartramo (2), Hunaer- fort (2). Paios Verdes subs: Frirdson (1, K.AP- mcrlv (U. Streeter (2), Van Breda Koiff (4). Stare (4. correspondent: MILES DREW ORANGE LEAGUE Fl Dorado (72) Los Alamitos ( 6 1 } Jesus (9) F Foderberp (16) Van Winkle (15) F Christianson (9 Hevlat (3) C Lehman (3) Hendershol (11) G Hamilton (S) Machieson (17) G GrimmwOOd (13) El Dorado 23 20 31 --72 Los AlamitOS .. 14 15 13 19-61 El Dorado subs: Wh'sman ( S ) , Willard (7), Cavanagh ( 2 ) . Lot AI am i to j tubs: Stephens ( 4 ) , Bri- zcnrJme ( 4 ) , Rain (3), Harvey (1). Correspondent: JANE SISK HIT PARADE FOR RAMS IN OPENER, 7;S-2 Millikan High opened its baseball season with a resounding 15-2 win over host Inglewood Thursday in a game called at the end of six innings because of darkness. The contest was an opening round game in the Inglewood Tournament. Wilson, the other Moore League team entered, plays at 12 noon and 3 p.m. today at Morningside High. The Rams resume play Saturday. The Poly-St. "Anthony game originally scheduled today will he played Monday ai Blair Field. Jordan's rained out contest Wednesday w i t h Banning has been resei for Monday. Dave Chorley homered in the Millikan win as six players had two hits. Millikan .._ _ . 3 3 ? 430-1S 13 t intilewood OM 002-- 2 4 3 Scen:er, Tostado (5), Buonadonna (fi) and Rand. Marshall (4); Adams, Wilson (3) and Benson. Harbor '9' Outlasts Vikes, 3-2 Harbor pushed across a run in the 10th inning Thursday thanks to a wild pitch and pass ball to edge Long Beach City College, 3 2 in a first round game of the Los Angeles City College Baseball Tournament. Freshman Tim Murray from Mayfair High was the hardluck loser though he allowed but two hits in five innings. The Vikings scored in the fourth when Jay Morrison singled home Doug Smalhvood and again in the f i f t h as Ray Colin's double scored Steve Liebeck. The, Vikes now must win four games in a row to take the tournament. Derry DeGuire had three hits for Harbor. Harbor ab r h bi Long Bch ab r h bi Brnscmb.cf 4 0 0 0 Mrtnz.ss 4 0 0 0 Rdrguai.3b 3 0 2 0 coiin.ct 4 0 1 1 Cotrell.rf S 1 0 0 Berbrt.rf 5 0 1 0 Walker.2o 4 1 1 1 Smllwd.lt 4 1 1 0 Bailev.c 4 0 0 0 Crabby.2b 4 0 2 0 Detiuire.rf 4 0 3 I Mrrsonjb 2 0 1 1 E'.ven.lb 3 1 1 0 Gmur.c 3 0 0 0 Ri)7icn.o 3 0 0 0 1 ieteck.lb 4 1 1 1 Bradv.D 2 0 0 0 Murrav.n ? 0 0 0 Totals 34 3 E 2 Totals 34 2 4 2 Harbor 00? 200 000 1--3 Long Beach 000 110 000 0 - 2 E--Liebeck 2b-Deauire. Ewen. Colin. fiF--Mor-ison, Crosbv. Sac.--Martinez. LOB--Harbor J. Lono Beach e. DP-- OcshvMarttneT. Lieberk. IP H R E R B B SO s . . . . . Muir, Lakewood, Rams Enjoy Easy Wins Robert Stockton clocked a fast 14.6 in the 120 high hurdles Thursday as Poly High opened its track and field season with a 63-52 dual meet win over perennial CIF power Muir in a meet that featured several top early season efforts. It was the first time the Jackrabbits had beaten the Pasadena school in a dual meet. The schools had previously met four times. In other meets, Millikan beat Redondo Beach 65-41, Lakewood romped past Victor Valley 93-25 while Compton routed Wilson and Servile in a triangular get-together. Jordan's meet with Warren was postponed until Tuesday. Stockton's effort in the high hurdles was four- tenths of a second better than any Moore League, athlete ran all of last season. Muir's Howard Williams, CIF 100 champ two years ago as a soph, ran the 100 in 9.9 and 220 in 22.5. Poly's Jim Chaffin Garcia Scores Knockout Win Lightweight Eddie Garcia, 137, of Downey, launching a comeback after a two-year layoff, stopped Bobby Sedillo, 134, Chino, in the fifth round of their scheduled 10-round bout Thursday night at the Olympics. Referee Lee Grossman halted the affair at 2:24 of the fifth when Sedillo appeared out on his feet after a heavy pounding. .1C Basketball WESTERN S T A T E CONFERENCE Glendale (60) Harbor UOSI D'Autremont (221 F Hallctt 12) Montan (14) F Pkknev (33) Sciirjs (11 C Dearman IS) Ford (8) G Sanders (41 Holfman (22) G Morris (1?) Halftime icore: Harbar 51, Glendale won the mile in 4:27.2. Lakewood's Bob Some- san ran a fast 4:27.0 mile, while Steve Gibson and brother Cal were double winners in Lakewood's easy win. Poly 13, Muir SJ 100 -- H. Williams IM) v.y. Coaies (P) 10. i. Fletcher IM) IO.S. ree °440 -- Walters IM) 50.9, Hill (P) 52.3. P. Kcoinson IP) 52.4. 880 -- P. Robinson IP) 1:59.2. M. Rooinson IP) 2:03.5, Owens (Ml 2:06.6. Mile-Chr.ifin (P) -1:2;.2 imeel record), Martin (P) 4:47.0. Neoron IP) 4:4(.9. I-Milt -- Arquilla (P) 10:01.2, Beniii (P) 10:04.3. Arrance (P) 10:48.4. 120HH -- Stocklon (H) H.6, Tinnin IM) 14.6, Harris (M) 14.9. 120LH -- Stockton IP) 12.B, Tinnin IM) !3.4, Harris (M) 13.5. 440 Relay--Muir (Weakly, Fletcher, Reed, Williams) 43.4, Poly (Harvey, Coaies, Ellis, Stockton) 43.7. Mile relay -- Poly (Carter, Blunt, Hill, P. RoDinson) 3:30.7. Shotput -- Wilson (P) 51-11'.'*, Anderson (Ml 47-/V;, Illnson (PJ47-2. High lump -- Bradley (M) 6-7!;, Tinnin tM) 6-c. tie between Levinoston (P) and Austin IP) 6-4. Pole vault -- Br.Klley (M) 12-0. St. Clair |P) 11-0. Mancini (PI 11-0. Long iump Reed (Ml 220, Fluker (P) ji-6'/:, v.'iiliams (M) 21-0. Bee icore: 1'olv 71, Muir 23. Cet icore: Poly S3, Muir 9. Millikan 4s, ftedondo Beach 41 100 -- Roah |M) 10.1. H e r i e r o ( R B ) , M u s z v n s k i ( M l . 220 -- Anderson (RB) 23.9, Leanburg (M). Mago (RB). 440 - Anderson (RB) 51.5, Eby ( R B ) , Muszyhski IM). SEO -- Lanoston (M) 1:59.7, Eby (RB), Yelbcrton (Ml. Milt -- Mdnkerreiz (RB) 4:27.8, Lindemann IM), Yelberton (M). 2 Mile Pryor (M) 10:07.7, Souvo (RBI, Goforlh (Ml. 120HH Young (M), 15.0, Buckley IM), Schilling (Ml. IIOLH -- Roah (M) 13.3, Young (M) Herero (RB). 440 Rtlay -- Mlllikaii 41,9. Mile relay -- Millikan 3:27.9. High iump - KotlneK 5-8, Bernard (RB). Blngham (M). Shotput -- Schiiier (Ml 54-1'.':, Moorow (RB), Brunnstein (M). long iumn prile vault, triple jumo not held oue to wcl grounds. Bee score: Millikan 65, Redondo Beam 15. cee scort: MilllKan 57, Redondo Beach 14. Correspondent: KEITH CAGAN Common 96, Wilson 31, Servilt 13 100 -- Alexander [Cl 10.0, Dashlell (C). Barmevei (W). 220 -- Alexander (C) 22.5, Dashlell (C), Barmeyer (W). 440 -- l o v e 1C) 50.1, Thomas ( C ) . Anlolne (L), in the pension squabble between the owners and the players, the Anpels will toot the training whistle on schedule. Manager Bill Rigney has scheduled a meeting with his coaching staff for Sunday morning and the first workout is billed for Monday morning. If for some reason the Angels aren't as "pleasantly surprised" as they claim they will be, Rig and his staff will then be busy looking over a camp of rookies and non-roster players. One prominent non-roster player is Dick S t u a r t , the former Dodger, Met, Pirate and Japanese slugger. Stuart, already with nine years in the majors, hasn't m a d e his intentions known as far as the players' boycott threat is concerned. But it is likely he'll be in camp Monday. As mentioned, he's a non- roster player which means AREA TRACK JC T R A C K Western Slate Conference RtUvi -ISO SH--LACC W.S, LLAC. lie between boutnwesT-HtjrDor; Dtsi^nce Med - AAocrr-urk. 10:i3.5. Fl AC. GlrnriGto; 880 Relav - LACC. 1:23.3, ELAC, Clono.-.le; 2-Mile Retnv - LACC, fi:02 7. Gleixlflle, ftAooro^fk: 440 Heliv--ELAC, 43. J, LACC, Harbor; Mile Reldv -- LACC. 3:^1.5. Moornark, F I A C ; 5-Mile -- Mooruark, 9:46.0, Glendale, LACC Long Jump -- ELAC, 63-11 la, Santa Rcr- baro. Harbor; Hieh JumD - ELAC, 186, tie Between Ventura and Santa Barbara; Triple Jump -- Harbor, 226-9. G'cndnle, ELAC; Pole Voull -- Glendate, 39-6, Hcirbor, FIAC; Shotnut -- L A C C , 130-5, Harbor, Ventura; Discus -- Glendale, 3-12-10, Harbor. Ventura. Team totals -- ELAC 6. LACC 78, Glendale 70, Harbor 62, Mooroark 41, Santn Barbara 30, Ventura 27, Southwest 6, Common 1, Trade Tech 0. CORRESPONDENT: EARL WEBB . PREP NON-LEAGUE Bellflower 6X Orange 53, Kennedy 14. 100--Parmn K ) 10.4; 220-Hanl IB) 3 3 7 ; 4JO--Derm ing (0) 54.J; 880--Hani (8) ?-070; Mile--Stngstill tB) 4:33.4; 2 Milc-Snmmons (0) 10:12.2. 120 HH-- Wilfona (B) 16.7; ISO I.H--Olson (B) Rfl.iv--Bcllflo.vcr. 3:40.0; Lono Jurno-- 22.3; 410 relav--Bellllowei. JS.6; Mile D-jncan (0) 19-11; Miali Jumo- James (3) 6 J; Pole vault--Fdirtav (0) 12-Q; SiioiDUt--Oiirorn (0) 45-0; Discus--Os- Jrom IO) 13J-5. Bee score; Kennedy 32, Orange ?9, Bellflower 24; Cee: Orange i2, Bellllow Kennedy 11. respondent: BRIAN GRAHAM Marina *3, Garden Grovt 55 100--Lacv (M) 10.0; 220-- Ventimigllla (M) 22.7; 440--Richard IG) 52.0; 880- Cole (G) 2:10.2; Mile--Libeu ;G) 4:26.9; 2 Mile--Davis IG) IO:W.l; 120 HH--Lemmon (M) 15.6; 180 LH--Lemmon (M) 20.4; 4-10 Relav--Marina U.acy, Kitano, J. Ventimiglia, T. Ventimlglia) 44.0; Mile Reldv--Garden Grove, 3:39.2; Long iumo-- Mariola (G) 2Q-1D; Hiori iumo-- ChlldS tM) 62; Pole vault--O'Har* (M) 12-0; Shotout--Dreiling (M) 47-0. Bee score: Marina 64, Garden Grovt 31; Cet score: Marina 6J, Garden Grovt Correspondent: JOHN MAUK St. John Bosco 71, Paramount 44. 100- -Schutt [B) 10.8; 220--Schutt (B) 2-1.6; .UO--M-ilonr (P)'54.6; 880--Donahue (B) 2:10.0; Mile-- Arce (8) 4:50.8; 2 Mile--Torrney (B) 11:05.0; 120 HH--Harris (B) 169: 120 LH-Harris IB) 50.2; 4iO Relay--Paramount 48.5; Mile Relav --St. John Bosco 3:52.0; Lono Jump-Hams (B) 19-/'/i; High Jump--Cavis (P) 5-8: Pole vault--Cavenew (B) 10-0; ShotouS--San.I.-ieh (P) 46-1 VV. Bee score: St. John Bosco 61, Paramount 24; See score: Paramount il. St. John B3SCO JO. Correspondent: GARY SAUDET he's a man looking for a job. At last report he'd strayed from his Connecticut home to visit relatives in San Francisco. Three veterans have, also hinted they'll report despite the strike talk. Bullpenner Minnie Rojas and outfielders Roger Re- poz and Bubba Morton are in the Anaheim area, presumably awaiting the start of spring training. £fF Swimming Relays Tnniglt I. in ]j(m Reach High school swimmers from all over Southern California will converge on Long Reach's Belmonl Plaza Olympic swim pool tonight for the a n n u a l CIF relays. Competition starts al 7:30 and scoring will be kept in all three divisions. In prelim qualifying Tuesday, Lakewood and Wilson set CIF records. l.ancers Steve Genter, ,Rori Cough, Ron Mallonee and Bob Neuman turned 2:19.ri in the 6x50 backstroke ^relay. The old mark 'was 2:20.3 established by Downey in 1965. Steve Shaw, Mike Brousard, John McMullen and Jerry Barrus of Wilson were timed in 1:43.1 in Ihe 4x50 medley relay to break the previous record held by two schools of 1:44.1. EXPERT DYNO TUNING MUFFLERS - BRAKES TRANSMISSIONS OVERHAUL OR EXCHANGED MOTOR OVERHAUL OR EXCHANGED BOULEVARD MOTOR CLIN!C 3250 LONG BE4CH BlVD - G« 6.444' 30. ( HBP--Gmur bv Ruzich, P8- Gmur, Hflllev. WP--Murrov. T--2:40. U-Mc- Cov nnd Smith. Haivks Slice Giendale sus: Burl (4), Shields (3), Sanchez 12), Malcolm (2).(Simmi*kl (2). Harbor sub?: Paher 13), Blacshear 10), Broom (10), Bradley 19), Wi'son (J), Mdtulith (3). Correspondent: EARL WEBB Complon (78) Santa Barbara (79) little (27) F Mendaza (13) Maxey (4) ( if Brvdon (2) 5. Brown (6) C Gerbrr (.1) Dunn (32) G Moore (10) Stewart (6) G Buizard (?J) Half rime score: Santa Barbara 44, Comoton 36. Campion sub: D. Brown (3). Santa Barbara subs: Olivers (12), Cur-ray (S), Hvland (4). Correspondent: THOMAS WALKER Pistons, Lead . 830 -- Moore (C) 1:58.7, Seimanns (S), Hailev (W). Mile - Jimenez 1C), 4:44.1, Marks (S), Homan (W). 2-Mile -- Zamnido (C) 10:07.5, Fanto (Si, Schmickraih (W). 70HH -- Donaldson (C) 9.0, Collier (W), hhmrtn (C). 120LH -- Donaldson (C) 13.2, ishman (C), Collier (W). Milt relay -- Comoton 3:20./, Wilson Servile. Long jump -- Donaldson (C) 21-5 Wnshmoron (W), tic between Hoaoue (W) and Lang (W). Hiflh Jump -- 3r«dley (C) 6-J, Ishmnn t C i , Colcman (C). Pule vault -- Wellington (C) 12-6, Websler (V/), Narcisse Ct). Shotput -- Edwards (C) 53-0, Lang (W), Grand (W). Bee score: Lomolon 60, Wilson 43 Servite 2. Cee icore: Cornoton A4, Wilson 26, Ser vite f. Correspondent: GARY STEIN L ;ik e wood n, Victor Valley 2i 100 -- S. Gibson (L) 10.0, Alvarado (L), Lauridno (L). 440 _ siegai (i ) 51.x, Flanders ID, Muir W) 8BO -- Rynerson (L) 2:01.0, Stemwedel (L), Cody (LI. Mile -- Somesan (L) 4:27.0, McCullouch (W), Mendoia ( L ) . 2-Mile -- Greert {L) 10:25.2, tie be tween Dyer (L), Garrison (VV). 120HH -- C. Gibson (L) 15.7, Rilkert ( V V ) , Rankin (L). 1S3LH -- C. Gibson (L) 20.2, Ricker! (VV), Rakin (I ). 440 Relay -- Lakewood 45.1 Mile relay -- Ldkewood 3:34.6. Long jump -- Marauez (L) 21-5Vi, S. Gibson (L), Averg (VV). High iump -- Vance (L) 5-10, Craine (VV), Rirkeri (VV). Shotout -- Lauriano (L) 57-S'/3, Ai bright (L), Angel (VV). Pole vault--Dunbar f V V ) 12.0, Clack (L). Fedderson (VV). Be* score: Lakewood 74. Victor Vallsy 21. Cet score: Lakewood 65, Victor Valley 21. ABA Resu i ts W^f 4 jfi ·»-»*)Hyf. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY- SALE Los Amigos Ml) Longoria (J) F Kcsiler (4) F Kalatt (13) C Shrout (S) G Garcia (9) G Los Amigai Valanci* Los AmiQOi subs: Valencia (105) DeSotfl (9) Casillas (9) Nvcum (18) Harleen (15) Cyrus (2) t 10 12 10-- 41 76 78 73 23-- JOS Dauahertv 12), . . tl. , v 57 .,. . Drokc 120, Wich-lo St. tt fir\inn* St. 87. Wvomina 77 Xnvicr 171, Sn-nfnr/1 7f Nntrp D-mr 93. NPW Ynrl. U fifl VM.f Forrit 5?. N. ri\rn\mn SI. 4? fmn^ 93. wunhatum A8. Leading Scorers 37--v/illlflm McCamr (Drake), Dolnh Pcrr^t^ (New York). 35_Rnn Johnion (Arlionn St.) Austin f.flrr (Notre Dame), 34--Bob Whltcmore (New York) 13--/.I v/illterm (D'Okf): Marry Hill (Wvomina). JJ--Sfiahcrn Hill (Anrnn4 .'il 1 10--Bnb Arn/en (Notre Ddmc), rin (17), Elmore (6), Garcia (16), Rodre- guis (12). Corresoondeni: NICK SIDENER Ha tell a (93) Brca (Si) Lauco ( 1 2 ) F Peterson (4) Girnugh (12) F Coehler (7) Bradford (5) C Storm (iB) Adcreooe ( 1 4 ) Sherwood (26) Kaletla Brea Rodger* (1) Redman (3) 7» 70 73 16--93 II 14 14 16--55 Kaicila subs: Conndiv (8), Donnelly (6), Webster (J), Inplns (J), Brenner Brca subs: Ox.inriaDourc (3, Pcoonel (I), Bickcl ( ? ) . Dixon (6) Correspondent: H O W A R D FRIEDMAN Kennedy (9i) Savanna (70) Vasco ( ? 1 ) F Moore (9) Reno (7) F Pale Scott (13) C Stcriman (4) Ames (3-1) G Morgan (?1) Howmoton ( 1 ? ) Cfl'iarv (9» Kennedy . « n | Jl-« Savanna 1* M H 1A--70 Kennedy nibs: Huhridori (J), Pennon Savxnno subs: Perrli (.1). Carlvl* (10) Dkkev (9). Eflitmnn ( I } . Correjpondcnl; BOB LOY* Combined News Services Da n al o»ki»nd i The Atlanta Hawks used a fast break in the second quarter to pull away from Detroit and blmv open the second NHA Standings o Eastern Division Won Lost Pet. Behind Baltimore 47 17 .73i -- Philartclnhia Jl ?l -6il 5 New York Jd 73 .H7 J ' j Boston 37 25 .S«7 0 Cincinnati V 31 .513 13 ' i Dctfoit ?6 -0 -3W 71' i Milwaukee 19 fi .297 2S Western Division Lakers . ."43 !! .«J -Atlanta *1 2! .403 3' j San Francisco . . 33 34 .4:5 H'3 San Diego . 27 37 .42? IS'-'i Chicago 25 40 .355 18 Seattle . . . . . . 24 n .3'.4 ly,, Phoenix 14 50 .219 ?3Vi Thursday's Results Baltimore 124, Phoenix 121 Atlanta 97. Detroit 87 San F-rancisco 128, San Diego 118 Games Tonight Boston at Lakers. Chicago at Phoenix. phil.-idolDhiH at Seattle. (Only games icr.ertuled.l Same of an NBA doubleheader Thursday ni^ht and scored a 97-87 victory. In the opening game of the doubleheader in Detroit, Eastern Division leader Baltimore increased its lead to five games by edging Phoenix, 124-121. Atlanta's win was its six- t h in as many tries against. the Pistons and gives ihe Hawks a sweep of the O F T 0 F Tl ' season series with Detroit. /Sly »\" is%TM' a 1 w ?', The' win also enables At- rS s J $:? ,1 g?o r wr. s °-l 1*1 * lanta to get within 3'/ 2 ?S n 1 TM ,| ^3, J j: 33 ff , · games of the first -place ^St o M ? pe'e'An I'M'"!,*: 1 ilfprs in ihp \Vp^iprn Di- c. Beasiv J 3-5 i? i.a.Kcrs in me western ui Tola|s 42 333| 10 , Totals «3M2iit VJcinn Dallas 20 32 43 24-- 10» x Iaiu "- Oakland 36 3! 32 33--119 Baltimore Phoenix rhrcc-ooint goals-- J. Beaslev, C. Sea ,1 G F T C F T lev. Barnhill 9 00 16 Fox 5 1-3 1] Fouled out-- nonr. Ellii 2 0. 4 Goodrich 12 4-7 is T"oral fouIs--Dnllas 27, Oakland 21. * Louqhrv 7 -S 18 Johnson 0 2-3 2 A-3,547. Mairno A 0 1 S Lflttin ,1 i-J 10 Minnesota New York Mdrin 6 0-0 12 MKcniic A 2-3 10 G F T C F T j Monroe 11 fl-R 30 Snvdfr 5 2-4 12 Hevman 6 10-11 22 Mh,i(fey 6 5-8 17 5 Scott 9 ;-/ 25 VArdale 19 63 *i Washgtn 5 ° 1 19 Simon 11 3-2 ?4 : Unsold 1 3-5 9 Warlick 2 0-0 J Andrsoti 1 2-2 ·( Hoover 3 6-9 1?, : Totals 31 33-24 134 TotaK 5021-32121 Williams 12 5-6 31 Chuin 81M42e| \ BaHimort 34 78 a? jj-- rw Vcgndck 5 1-illSmerset 9 1-2 2l ..^ Phoenix . ! 36 " 25 33-- 121 Vaughan 5 7 - l l l 9 L l o v d 0 OO 0 Fouled out-- None Sutor 1 0-0 2 Lent: 0 n-Q 0 Totn! fouls-- Baltimore 25, Ptioenrx 20 Lewis 1 8-9 10 Fraiier 1 0-1 2 ,., . ... .. Cards 0 0-0 0 Bowr-ni 4 H 9 Al'anta Delroit - T o l a l i 36 42-S4 111 Tolalt 4227-3?113 G F T G r 1 luiinn.tnla 51 35 31 3t'»tll Bealv 3 6-9 12 Bellamy 5 7-8 I/ ffTM e i?i 11 n 37 u-- ill KSf",, '· ?:5 '1 K StOT ? « 'I T"re? rl0 o«ts .(..Is-MinnMOt,. WI? Gucrin 3 1-1 7 Komlves 2 1-2 S s p,?ui»[j ou t Minnesota Anderson- New H a "l-"f n n'n 8rJ" h hger i ?'? ? for*. Simon, Chuin. Mahaffev. ' US" 3 8:S S°v,am'or. 2 i:4 i TM»l Fo U , s -«innosol, 26, New York W SO " ' S S S a i S 1 J'J 2 AM»d.n««6 Silas 1 0-0 2 \va:rr ^ 0 0 6 /* . "i P 11 Totals 36 1S-3' "7 Totals 31 19-37 87 l\ Atlanta . !1 30 ?J 33-97 4 IJ i W| n ,,,|;« r r C I ' Detroit 1 9 7 1 1938-87 AI-A nlAIHIin^K ^ Tol^ 'ouIs-AHanla W, Detro.t K. Efls , ern D|v|S , on / -- /.(!«.. Wof) Lol( p c( Reh j n( J San Francisco San Dielo tti«ml 30 25 .W ~ i Attics * 2-J 10 L.int? 7 .!· 17 ^ntt^n^* 3t JO 'SOU 3 I AAuMin^ 14 56 33 Barnetl 5 *·! 14 Kcntiickv 2' J? -500 Vj t Th.irmri 11 7-11 39 Haves 9 -f-5 22 Hrw York 16 38 .W, 13"i ' 1-flRusso fl 5-7 21 Koiii U fl-13 jfi V/cstern Division Lee 3 5-9 11 Block J t-t 9 oaUanri JJ 10 B15 -- t Ellii S 67 U =lnkftl 1 33 S Denver 34 23 .596 ll'o t ,, Lcwu 0 00 0 Rilcy 5 1-3 11 fj cw Qrlc.in^ 29 29 .500 17 1 lurntr 3 ?·? f, Adclmflii 1 0-0 2 n^nas 25 29 .J61 19 i R.V^iimi 1 00 2 A.WIllrm 1 0-0 2 stars H 3? .43? Jl j ^ Trapo 0 0-0 0 Houston 17 37 .3)5 27 £ TAlalt 4837-4A11R Tolflls 472401111 Thursday's Results 2* San Francisco 3? Jl 2? 3»-- lie Minnesnia 116, NEW York 113 San Diegn . 37 30 37 34-111 Oflklanrt 119, Dallas 109 Fouled out-- none Games Tonight rota) fouls-- San Francisco 37, San Die- Indiana A! Dallas. or. ?fl Mlnnr^oi* al Nfw York. A- 6.351 (Only psmes scheduler) ) t *^« AUTO CENTERS NOTICE TO TIRE BUYERS 23-hour tire event Friday and Saturday Only This will be an unusual and spectacular 23-hour tire event that you won't want to miss. Friday from 8:30 am to 9:30 pm and Saturday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm at all 18 Broadway tire centers. You will find exceptional values in the size and type of tire you need -- blackwalls, whitewal!s, tubeless, conventional treads. Sorry we are not able to accept phone or mail orders for this event. All tires will be mounted free of charge. Visit any of our auto centers for your share of tire values. Remember, our tires are engineered for us by one of America's leading tire manufacturers. Use your Broadway Charge Card Tires, 816 LONG BEACH--Loi Altoi Shopping C«nl«r, 5 9 6 - 3 3 3 3 A N A H E I M -- A n a h e i m Shopping Cenlfir, 5 3 5 . 1 1 2 1 HUNTINSTON BEACH-7777 Edin g ,r Ay,., 1 9 2 . 3 3 3 1 DOWNEY--Stontwootl Shopping C«nl«r, 9 2 3 - 9 3 3 1 DEL AMO--Oil Amo Shopping C e n t e r , 3 7 M 6 J I

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