Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1969 · Page 31
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 31

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 21, 1969
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ttn, «euh, cam., Bruins Expecting Beaver Slowdown 49ers E e Bi £ Gate '' Host at Pauley Tonight . ii, m» INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM |PM)-- C-3 , Valley By LOEL SCHRADER Staff Writer 'Hiere will be no relief from slowdown tactics of the opposition when UCLA yoes alter its :;7ih consecutive basketball victory tonigh: ?\ S in Pauley Pavilion. The Bruins encountered trouble trying to control Paeil'ie-8 Standings L Pel. 0 .1JU j .in UCLA . W 8 Wosh. SI 6 OSC _ 4 VMSrt. ,, . . 1 Calif " j Ort. V 3 Stanford j Oregon l Games Tonight Oregon Slate at UCLA. Orr-oon ol USC. lOnlv somes scheduled.) the tempo of games last Saturday and Monday against Washington State and Washington. Their opponent tonight, Oregon State, employs a deliberate style of attack at all times, although the- Bruins managed to make the Delivers run in the lat- ter stages of an 8:-Gl victory at Corvallis last month. The I-iruiiiD held only a ;;,")-;;2 lend at halftimc in tiiai merlins. Oregon Stale is 10-10 on the season and has a '.''·5 Pacific-8 record. 'Ihe Heavers' 7-foot center, Vic Bartoloinc. scored 23 points against UCLA's Lew Alcindor at Corvallis. Kartolome is averaging 15.(i. Alcindor, who established a UCLA career scoring record earlier this season, needs only 19 points to become the Pacific-S Conference's leading career scorer. Present record-holder is Doug Smart, who scored 956 points for Washington in 1957-5S-59. UCLA faces Oregon Saturday at Pauley. By JIM McCORMACK Staff Writer For Cal State Long Beach, it is a money maker. For Cal State L.A. it is a season saver for Valley State is a second cincher. After five of its last six games on the road, Cal Stale Long Beach retums to the 49er gym tonight and Saturday at 8. hosting Cal Slate L.A. and then Valley Stale in California Collegiate Athletic Assn. The 49ers have already accomplished two goals established bv coach Jvrrv Vikings Play Cage Finale No matter how you look at it, this has been a successful first year for Long Beach City College basket- bull coach Rex Hughes. The Vikings are 22-5 on the season, which concludes tonight at Pierce College in Woodland Hills. The Vikings are in third place in the Metropolitan Metro Standings Saints Close Angelus Slate Tonight at Amat 1 vi L fa. PP P» Pasadena . . 12 1 .923 907 777 Crrihos 11 1 .845 920 783 Long Beach 10 3 .111 IK E41 Pierce . . 6 'I .441 891 8J6 Jjurtta W.or.iLa 5 3 .3/8 VJ3 9VB Bakersiicld ... .' 1 .305 852 971 Vallev « .306 1103 Wit ri Camino 0 13 .000 S42 1116 GAMES TONIGHT 1 ono Beach si Pierce. no: at Pasadcm. a f.lcnica ,it Valley. By DAVE DANIEL find the host Brahmas, most underrated team in the conference, attempting to keep up its spoiler role. Pierce was 13-4 in preseason play, now owns a 20-11 over-all mark, and in its last two games almost upset Pasadena, and then became only the third team in the state 10 knock off defending champion Cerritos. Seven Vikings will play their final junior college at Si. Anthony High wraps up ils Angelus League basketball schedule to- * * * Angelus Standings Pius X ... .. St.Anlhonv . RisHnO Amol ...... . ..... (Water Dei ................... Servile ... . St. Poul .......... e Overall .778 16 11 .667 13 10 .556 16 10 .444 15 10 .132 8 16 .222 3 16 . J Games Tonight ..St. Anthony at Bishop Amat. SI. Prful al Mo'.er Dei. -"Servile ot Pius X. night when the Saints play at Bishop Amat in La Puerile. Bishop Amat has hopes of ending up in the C1F playoffs and stand a good chance if they beat St. Anthony. The Saints are 6-3 in second place while the Lancers are 5-4. Pins X leads Ihe. league at 7-2 and closes out at home against Servile (/!-6). Conference and will finish there, or tied for second, depending on the outcome of the Pasadena-Cerritos game. The 30-year-old Hughes' Vikings have compiled a 10-3 Metro mark, a step ahead of last year's unit which finished with a 10-4 record. Hughes is assured of at least matching that mark. The final game could RMSTRONG WhitewallTubelesi4-Ply 8.25-14.8.15-15.8.55-14.8.. MSTRONG WHITEWALITUBELESS4PIY *.«ilM.5falJ,7.0fa13,7.35«H Proven Tire! · 4-PLT POLYESTER WHITE WALL TUBEIESS 4 PLY 7.75iM,7.75i15 · BETTER PERFORMANCE WHITE WALL TUB [LESS 4 PLY t.25i!4, 1.55il4, l.1515, t.45«15 Worid'i Finland Only 1ir» ThotTok.. THREE Prtcoutieni For Y«ur Driving Jof»ly BEWARE! · KEEP THIS CHART · COMPAREL ARMSTRONG'S FINEST COMMERCIAL 6-PLY TRUCK TIRES 6.70x15 6.50x16 7.00x15 7.00x16 $ 19.95 $ 23.95 300 FED. TAX FROM 1 -LONG BEACH 1 KINGSBURY 1 TIRE CO. 1 3340 E. Anaheim, 439-5400 · 210 Magnolia, 432-2554 H MnitorChorq* -LYNWOOD- MORTOK'S TIRE CENTER 11530 Long Beach Blvd. NE 6-8831 -NE 9-6382 W« Honor ill C.tJ.t Cordi Won lti.uFn.lto«-Sol B 1° 6 -- NORWALK -- 1 5-POINTS 1 SERVICE 1 Rosecransot Pioneer Blvd. · 868-2211 · \VIHONOHAU CREDirCAROS H MON. THRU FRI.I lot- · SAT. t. SUM. 810* · · How to Get There Take San Diego Freeway North to Ventura Freeway. West on Ventura Freeway about five miles to Winnetka Ave. Trun right (North) on Winnetka, and Peirce College is less than a mile away at 6201 Winnetka. games -- Kirby Gordon, Jon Borchert, Ron Hathaway, Sammy Washington, Steve Noll, Doug Hixon and Don Carson. Tarkanian. The first was to win the CCAA championship. The second was to earn iis bml;et. For that reason the 49ers would like very much to play before capacity crowds this weekend. MIICC i;ate reivipis would 5:0 tow.ird next season's baske;l)ali pro«r;;:n. Also, people who h,:\e not piu'cha'^'d t u k c t s tu W\^/ CCAA i Bcain If.' iic.T ( nl PDlv. bLO 1 · R,!l"i10.n . i 5 .4:: 6S5 Inl st.iie 1 .A. !i i VJ t-i C:.' Poiv, PC* 0 , .103 ,-f.S Games Toninht C.-.l State L.A. ot Long Beach. F:rylo ut C.H Pi'!-'. PO'lloM. Lul Pol.-. SLO ot Finlprtfi Saturday Niahl's Games Vcllev Slat" at Lnna Beach. Frr-sno S!o" ol Fullcrton. Co! Polv. SLO at CM Pot/ Po;-n. 1 next Friday's Nevada- Las Vegas contest, will have to catch the -19ers tonight or Saturday or miss them all together. Thursday night, only .'Ui tickets remained for the RebeMQer conflict. Tonight's opponent. Cal Slate L.A. looks nt the game as a season-saver. A f t e r a rocky s t a r t , the Diablos have improved their record to 0-10 and need u win [heir t i i i r i l t w o names I n f i n i s h above .500. "Yon h a x e Mi reaped Cal Slate 1...-V." Tarkanum warns. "They have been playing very well lately. They have good talent and winning could help them a great deal." The 49ers won the first-round contest, 85-70, in a fight-marred contest t h a i was very close until a Ray Grilton-inspired burst saw the 49ers outscore ihc Diablos, IS-2. midway through the f i n a l hearing of Fresno's sue- exphins. V.illi-y. .md. of half. i-ess l.iM week. The desire of I..A. and "With a flood en Valley for victory i.-, ,;ii- it's hard to hold the b i l l r.iimenip other reason away f r o m home, l! \\e the bt--,! u wants capacity crowds to- have ;:iiud siipporl. i! n:i;'H and Saturday. It i* conceivable both club? r.iav hold the bail a l t e r ! !v;:-I ',··' c ' l h p r !(···· M.tll bec.uie nur fans ·jci mi t h e m " T.irk, b a t t l i n g to siav 1resno as ;he '··· Gil Sta'.o, is '-l in delay, have the l.tirn' "I'm no! Miro '·' SC Battles Ducks, Still Hopes for 2nd Still fanning a spark of hope for a second-place finish in the Pacific-8 Conference, USC's basketball Learn meets Oregon tonight at S in Ihe L.A. Sports Arena. The Trojans, -1-1. h a i l second-place Washington State, which has a 0-3 record. "We can't afford to lose either our game with Oregon or our Saturday night game with Oregon Slate and still hope to wind up second," said Trojan coach Bob Boyd. The Trojans, 11-9 on the season, whipped the Ducks at Eugene, 86-75, a month ago. . Boyd is counting on another strong game from forward Ernie Powell, sc- lecled university division player of the week by the Southern California Basketball Writers Assn. for his ^5-point, 17-rebound p e r f o r m a n c e against Washington last Saturday. USC's unbeaten freshmen team plays preliminaries tonight and Saturday. The Trobabes, winners of 14 games and averaging more than 90 points per contest, face the strong Whittier College frosh today and Los Angeles City College Saturday, both games at 5:45 p.m. Complete your total look with Crosby Square's color and styling Our rugged brushed leather shoe has the new squared tee and. high vamp. 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