Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1963 · Page 13
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HE'S OUT ;. .THE HARD · Rightfielder, Merrill Smith, le Moore League** top hijtitr. doubled borne' two 'ran* in the ley's triple. Bob Slater 1 * single eighth inning to "git e unbeat Barney's .hit put Millikan § ,--^. 1 , , - back ahead, 3-2, in the sec- part of a twin m at Blair «*' ^ Jf^s by Bob --it«rt Photo t» Sk!| Shumiit · LAKEWOpD HIGH'S Al Goldberg catches cleat of Downey's Daii Watson in midsection, but the TancpT shortstop stopped his foj from stealing in fourth inning of prep game Friday.' · ·v"" in 'BY DAN COLE error jave Poly a 2-0 Jead ( tn the top of the first, but Bart- Pdy H~sh'» hard-earned tied.the scorel and an eventual' passed ban 5-4 vita/over MjiiiVi'n' Friday. The* game,* trbe4'j]*1;' as leld, was switched to the field due to the-wet tarf ii: Blair. ."..'·*'-/*·-· Smith's clutch · hit · came Jter two were out and followed Larry Lauriha's second double and a walk to Oscar Jrown. The win gave Poly a 5-0 record and a two and one- half game league lead.' · *- ' · ' ' ? . ' ' , · · knilKAN tried to come jack in its final at-bats when with two down, Barney Scholl doubled,'Steve LeweDing sin fled him home and Jay Bart ley.walked, but Pory hurler Terry Roe got the last batter Roe took over for work horse Bob Wiswe3 in the fifth -5' and worked his way out o two jams. Back-to-back doubles b; Lauriha and Brown after a: 11-7. 'or the Rams, .who now are 3-3. ' · ' . . . . , - : . ' : . "ifti. Millikan outhit Poly, lalen Smith IMC* cjfit, K, *urt» M, no . , INDEPENDENT-*49* Saints 9 Small Stops '*'·:-.'. · · ' . ' ' : ' ' · · . ?·' \'i ' i'' ' ''i-'-.'.''*'i'- ' · " · ' } · Mt. Garm^ton 3 Hits HANK EBEKHARDT Mike Small hurled his sec-; ond three-hitter in Catholic League baseball play. Friday as surprising' SL-Anthony ran up its third win without a joss,* a 3-1 'decision" over host Alt CarmeL';'. r ^ »v, who fanned eight' in beating Serra,' came back Eps and Roe.*phis two'wUd with 10 Friday. He. walked itches, got Poly even in the only two. S. A. scored twice in the fourth on hits by Jay _ Root' lieb and Rick Hayes, a fielders choice'and » passed! balL: Tom"- Beckman's · triple ftS, *ru and Hayes* sacrifice fly pro- ?£ duced a sixth-inning run. ' !,,£ , . . , , ·--Slngfed tor WbwtV to · DouStwt tor Prltstlv * Kfc.. EBSEN DONNA DOUGLAS-Tr, SKAT STA«S Olt STABE...nn WUT1 am BUDDY EXHIBTTS^ THE FAMB.Y RtCSEJkTION SHOW Boon Ofn Wxk D«y» z PJ«. . jn 12 Noon LiO-- Bd 7S« STAGE WATEK SHOW . S:COf-M. plat 1 fM. Set. t S». i Vike,Poly 'r;Aquas Still ^Unbeaten ,, . Downey (4-0) and Poly (2* 0-2) remained unbeaten in ( Moore League swimming Fri; day as the powerful Vikes -j routed Mfllikan, 60-25, while i. the surprising Rabbits clipped ':·" Jordan, 52-3t . ;' Dean Wffleford and Bin . Doherty won two events each for-Downey, while Mickey , ... MaeArthur and Dare Daugherty were dual winners for . : Poly. Mike McEveny also had -. · a double in Lakewood's 53-33 . . win over Wilson. - - Dnrncr «. Uatttt M ! _ rJSl*«» ES«t_r *«!'i5L **"*"*· , VniletartD. 1 31. Ill (pi. ** , . rat. nrrttnn. u ; MT««Dyi« · -· P* Lancfers, DoSvney Battle to 1-1 Tie By BRUCE YOUNG Randy Wood of Downey atched pit^iing talents with jes Mundel and Fred Camp- seH of Lakewood as the two **mt battled to a ID-inning. ·1 tie in a Moore League ·»rr\* c«n the Lancer diamond ndiy. · . ."..· v . _ Wood allowed ; only four uti and fanned 12, while the jiewood duo gave op only rre hits and whiffed 15. It took two super catches near the leftfield screen by Lakewood*s Bob Bu me rot,' once in the third inning again in the sbcth. · Brent Wilson dime · in Downey's only run, while litcher Mundel did the same '.or Lakewood in the seventh BOULEVARD BUICK _ _ tst^fePtrasyrt.-^! vita-Burner*... _ t E t i i M ! S ! J 5 ^3S«Sr-0=J°Se».* tkhAru'r- LST ' * ' I ft Kan: Laknraod 4. Downer I. I BLADES". (Continued From Page B-I) 10-foot g o a l w i t h 1127 elapsed in the initial period. The first period also featured a . lively skirmish be- Ut tween LA.'s Bill Burega and Kurtenbach. order was restored, both were socked two minutes for htgh- 'Sksttt '- ££i r^SPS^ KSSS KTui tt · »;»,'C*rrrwmd.«it7 JCC PAUL roughing. AFTER 1 the B I ad e s fa ad Bruins Nab ] First Win, ; Top Jordan i By RALPH OLMO Wilson High scored four ( unearned runs in the second inning and received strong' sticking and two minutes for pitching from Don Denton --^·uSSSSS^SEhnrned in some of their fan- vmccnL ciest skating of the season in the first 20 minutes of action the Seats suddenly came to life to dominate the middle Sf SSfcfl^ T h e i r irwnfntiim in. pugh«rtv continued to pick cp as the final period got under way. I Mtdlcr-Chma in. Swin. threat. KartUCPt-J-- · s^SrES2 li .v£2?LTji.!*! n ' FlA · F*M Sort: rotr 52. tonm «. *'" luOrf * r " Hora." ·frmtin Mwrct -- " · «vt»-*Unphn Star of the game honors riJwent to SJ.'s Haley, 'while Kurtenbach and MackeTTot and Ray Mena to win its first Moore League game, a 4-2 verdict over Jordan. The" game, scheduled as part of a twin bin at Blair Field, was changed to Wilson due to the wet grounds MeEor of Jordan and John McKee of Wilson each had two hits and one RBL Mike ShoU pitched wen for the Panthers, but got poor L_A. also were selected their key performances. " : SS*! " for fielding support. · iSSS*' . B:Z7. Kef** (SFI, SlxrttJ I mjnor. Harris CasfKiun^ j4^W5SA3S« m. cortto. .. rrtS5SfcSt*i.no.saJL ' _· mtonm -- tfu*rnm On. ll»c»- . t.vn ^-McE«m» OX no* (U. « K t f*t cu. Kdrr m. 4.-mon cm. «1 nrv 0 ?,!;. 17 -^^^ i jwx. i:U4. B»mmr* iaa ftSTWTWS 1 * -a. SfSrJ^ it'it CoIItffc Baseball b'.t-A.'SMl tSim F«run* 1 -, -..- · WMMrgKn Jl. a, ConztM ;.: Prep Tennis ^tTB?£Sff- wirfeCrMlar* Classroom Troubles' I TALLAHASSEE, Fla. WV^I Trouble with his stcdles iide-1 'lined Robert Hayes. Florida! . AiM University sprinter and, : of the fastest runners in| mam n wild* world. Athletic Director. I^^MW. -'Jake Gaither said Friday. 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