Independent from Long Beach, California on January 17, 1975 · Page 29
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PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) i«* ma, om, rn. j«. IT, im Prepfcyes 'mile, 2-mile in Sunkist ."Junior Eric Hulst of Laguna Beach will attempt a difficult mile, 2- riule double at Saturday flight's high school portion of'..the Sunkist Indoor track meet at the L.A. Sports Arena. ." Hulst, state runnerup in 8.:S0.5 as a sophomore last year, later won the U.S.-Russia juniors 10,000 meters. He was third in the. Sunkist mile a year ago despite losing a shoe on the second lap. The odds-on favorite at two miles, Hulst will have tol contend with Ralph Serha of Loara in the mile. Serna, who has an outdoor best of 4:07.6 compared to Hulst's 4:09.1, is coming off an unbeaten cross country campaign. Both figure to threaten the meet record of 4:14.7 set by former Washington State competitor Rick Riley in 1965 when he was at Ferris High in Spokane. In the 640 relay, Poly will be represented by a team of Michael Flippen, Michael Washington, Jimmy Clinton and Diego Robinson. BIA-CXS SAX DIEGQ-W anrfers on 4 boats caught 126 vellowtait, 2i2 rockfish. SEAL "BEACH--80 anglers on 3 boats caught 1,445 rock cod 3 cow cotl. 2 LB. SPOBTSFlSiriNG-19 anglers on 1 boats caught 114 rock cod. MONEY FOR FARMERS ' AND RANCHERS ' How much do you need lo move ahead now? At Production Credit, we serve agriculture with short- term money. It's our specialty. A stake in agriculture, good records, and a call or visit is the way to jet things going. Let's talk. Cc-rjld I. Bohngcr, Mpr. ORANGE PCA 1020 N. Broadway Santa Ano, Calii. 5-42--1735 The Go Ahead People DOINNELL CULPEPPER Hundreds attend Sherwood opening Sherwood Lake was opened for the fishing season Thursday, and the first day crowd was even more than the lake manager, Doug Collins had expected. He had planted a ton of trout just prior to the opening and will continue to do the same each Thursday. Several hundred nn?U'vs wtnt tlirouqli the Sherwood gate.' The lake will be open on a (Lilly basis, with hours from B a.m. to sunset. There are rental boats, but no motors. However, fishermen may take their own motors if they wish, but the engines must, be limited to six horsepower qnd may not be used until after 8 a.m. Sherwood is a private lake and has many beautiful homes. Public fishing, like (hat at many other private lakes, is on a permit basis. Sherwood is a beautiful little lake just a few miles from Thousand Oaks, reached via the Ventura Freeway. No overnight camping is allowed, but there are picnic facilities. Although trout will be planted from now until the surface temperature becomes too warm for trout, it is equally famous for its natural populations of bluegill, crappie and catfish. Also, there is always the chance for a lunker bass. There are no launching ramps for privately owned boats. The small resort has a lunch counter and a tackle shop. Reservations may be made by calling (805) 4952512. THE LAST OF THE GENERAL waterfowl hunting seasons in California will close Sunday at sunset, but the season on black brant will start Saturday and continue through Feb. 23. Ducks, geese, coots, gallinules and jacksnipe will definitely be no-nos after sunset Sunday. The limits on black brant will be four per day and eight in possession if you can find them. Brant is a seagoing goose and feeds on eel grass, not fish, on outgoing tides. It's a real trick to get close enough to shoot the birds, and there are few places along the California coast where they can be found. My only experience with brant occurred 10 or 12 years ago when I was initiated into the sport by some friends .at San Quintin Bay, Baja California. The meat of the black brant is very dark and certainly not the most palatable of the waterfowl families. As this year's waterfowl season is phased out, a change will take place in the sizes of shot used in shotgun shells. The Fish and Game Commission has placed a ban on use of shot larger than No. 2, with the effective date Monday of next week. BB and buckshot sizes of shot will be prohibited. Also, the shot must be loose within the shell. The provisions, which were suggested by Commissioner Peter T. Fletcher, were designed to reduce crippling losses of waterfowl. . AVIAN CHOLERA, AN ANNUAL midwinter visitor to California, has struck down some waterfowl in Sacramento Valley. The disease started on Christmas Day at !he Colusa and Sutter National Wildlife Refuges and spread rapidly to the southern end of the Yolo Bypass and then to Victoria, Mandeville and McDonald Islands in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. If compared with other years, the losses of ducks and geese have been light. It can strike down from a few hundred birds to many thousands. Mert Rosen, DFG pathologist, said that the losses so far have been among the pintails, white-fronted geese, snow geese, coots and a few swans'-- about 1,400 by actual count. Some hunters were taking the birds on the ground and were warned that they would be dangerous. They were told to examine the livers of the birds and discard any that had white spots on the livers. Gun club operators will be advised to drain all areas immediately after the close of the season to prevent spread of the disease. It could continue until the waterfowl go north in the spring. The disease is so toxic that one seldom sees a sick aii-rt. It's either healthy or dead: cholera works that fast on waterfowl. The disease took 12,000 birds last \-ear, 14.700 in the previous winter season and 37,/CO in 1970-71. Thursday's fights Blackman tops PARI^-Jean Waleo. Paris, K.W Lorenzo "Narillo, Italy 0). middleweights. 1ST CUSS BERCHIUDISE ILL miS KB BRIMS II DISCOUNT PRICES! RrstAnnuolCALWORTHINGTON NATIONAL : CHAMPIONSHIP 100 TOP COWBOYS ! Saturday Sunday January 18 19al 1 p.m. PLUS SPECIAL GUEST STAR DORSEY BURNETTE SINGINC HIS MILLION SELURS 18300$, VERMONT AVE. ·'/ CARDENA.CAl. 213 321-1610 Whmlhr H»hoiSjnD.r9C j I riTwjyi Mttl 1 KFOX-1280 RADIO Century Club football clinic University' of Illinois football coach Bob Blackman will be featured in- sturctor at the Long Beach Century Club's 10th Football Clinic this weekend at the Golden Sails Restaurant. Saturday's first session begins at 11 a.m. The two- day clinic resumes Sunday morning at 10. Blackman, former Poly High and USC football player, was head coach at Dartmouth before he assumed the coaching duties at Illinois five years ago. Previous Century Club clinics have featured Bear Bryant, John McKay- George Allen, Ara Parseghian. Pepper Rodgers. John Ralston, Ben Martin. Bob Devaney, Eddie Crowder and last year. Bill Battle. LBSU swim team hosts UCLA, UOP Long Beach State's swim team hosts UCLA and the University of Pacific tonight at Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool at 8 p.m. Don Grant, Chris Rohm, Dan Matthies, Mike Hayden and John Stanton, all instrumental in a victory over San Diego State _last ... AA 1. A ««4 tiriii trv TA £Pan the 49ers to an upset of the third-ranked Bruins. ro gr e s RKHSKINS-l/^t Isolde Ttny Her- mrling has mnlured ml kn« and will rt.ivv Mirr.rry Saturday Riverside hosts Winston 500 By ALLEN WOLFE Staff Writer RIVERSIDE-The H H I W l UT:_,.i._ «!,_!._ 500, tie first major auto race in the United States each year, will be held Sunday at Riverside International Raceway with Richard Petty bidding for his sixth Grand National title and 165th victory of his career. Traditional opening event for the NASCAR Grand National circuit since 1963, the race has drawn a balanced entry field of 58 cars and drivers that includes regulars from the super- speedways of the South plus the men who follow the West Grand National circuit in California, Washington and Oregon. Petty, winner of $1,790,503 in 17 years of stock car racing, wrapped up his fifth NASCAR driving championship last season behind the wheel of his STP Dodge, setting a record that may never be broken. Only two other drivers have ever won three NASCAR titles- Richard's father Lee Petty and David Pearson. Besides Petty, the contingent of "good old bovs frnm NAST.AR" oAn will compete Sunday .includes David Pearson, second to Petty in career wins with 84, and Bobby Allison, Martini Rossi American Driver of the Year in 1972. Other NASCAR regulars are Buddy Arrington, Walter Ballard, Richard Childress, James Hylton, Cecil Gordon, Elmo Langley, J.D. McDuffie, Dave Marcis and Benny Parsons. Hershel M c G r i f f , George Follmer, Ray Elder and Jimmy Insolo are among the West Coast drivers given a'chance to score a major upset hi the 191-lap, SOO.^mile grind over Riverside's 2.62-mile, 8-turn road course. M c G r i f f , a 47-year-old .millionaire lumberman from Bridal Veil, Ore., has won six major Permatex races in the Sportsman division since he came out of retirement in 1968, while Follmer, of Hunttngton Harbour, is a former Can-Am and Trans-Am sports car champion. Qualifying time trials to filLa 35-car starting line. up begin today between 1 and 4 p.m. The fastest 25 mialify todav with the final 10 being added between 9 a.m. and noon Saturday. The Winston Western 500 will be flagged away for an 11 a.m. start Sunday. A companion feature, the $25,000 Permatex 200 for early model (1961-72) Sportsman division cars, will also be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday. Jimmy Insolo of Mission Hills heads a 40-car Held, having won the pole position last Sunday with a record speed of 109.589 mph in a '72 Chevrolet. Others in the field are George Follmer, Bobby Allison and Rodger Ward, two-time winner of the Indianapolis 500. DRAG RACTNGr-The 1975 season at Orange County International Raceway begins Saturday with' the January Open Funny Car championships, headed by such eastern invaders as Jangle Jim Libennan from Philadelphia, Kosty Ivan; hoff from Boston, Paul Radici from St. Louis and Raymond Beadle from Memphis. West Coast challengers include world elapsed time record holder Dale Pulde at the wheel of Mickey Thompson's updated '74 Pontiac Grand Am, Tom (Mongoose) McEwen, Jim Dunn, Mi«h Matsuhara and Jake Johnston. Round robin eliminations commence Saturday at 7, with the two quickest'unbeaten cars returning for the final round at 9:45.. . .National Hot Rod Association world champions Gary Beck (top lueli, Shirt Greer (funny car) and Bob Glidden (pro stock) are among the early entries for the 15tn, . Wintemationals, to be held Jan. 30 to Feb. 2 at the L.A. County Fairgrounds in Pomona. The $255,000. event, expected to draw 450 entries in six eliminator categories, is the first of seven North American championships to be conducted by the NHRA this year. The others are the Gatornationals at Gainesville, Fla., March 14-16, the SPORTSnarJonals at Bowling Green, Ky., May 23-25, the Springnationals at Columbus, Ohio, June 6-8,4he Summema- tionals at Englishtown, N.J., July 11-13, the Grandnational at Montreal, Canada, Aug. 1-3, the U.S. Nationals at Indianapolis, Aug. 28-Sept. 1, and the Supernationals-World Finals at Ontario Motor Speedway, Oct. 10-12. MOTORCYCLE RACING- Raeing director Don Basile begins his second year at South '75 VW SCIROCCO DEBUTS...front-wheel drive C-A.R. NOTES By BILL EMERY Associate Auto Editor Volkswagen's new super coupe, the 1975 Scirocco sports car, is now in the Southland VW dealer showrooms. A front- wheel-drive four-place sports car, the Scirocco with 4-speed transmission will go O-to-50 in about 8 seconds and deliver up to 41 miles-per-gallon on the highway and in the neighborhood of 28 rapg in town. .Designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro of Turin, Italy, the German-built 3-door hatchback combines quality materials and workmanship with economy and performance. It's built solid and feels solid on rough terrain. Door windows have heavy rubber moldings inside and outside to double the wind resistance and quietness of wind noise past the windows at high speed. Detailing reflects quality throughout. Scirocco is VW's second water-cooled, front-wheel- drive car with Italian design. However, instead of the engine set in-line under the front hood, the new Scirocco 4-cylinder engine is mounted crosswise up front and tipped 20 degrees to the rear for easy access to spark plugs, oil filter and for better weight distribution front to rear. Service intervals are called for only every 15,000 miles. Reclining front bucket seats with bright tartan upholstery are standard and the rear seat area can be converted to handle bulky objects or additional luggage. The big hatchback provides access to a concealed lug- gage area, whose inner lid lifts automatically when the hatch is opened. A fully synchronized stick shift transmission is standard as are rack and pinion steering, power front disc brakes, steel belted radial tires, four wheel independent suspension, a heated rear window defogger and tinted glass. Automatic transmission and air conditioning are among the options available. Also new is the independent stabilizer rear axle that consists of a transverse T-beam with trailing arms that support the wheels and maintain track and camber. Each wheel can move independently with bumps and the harder the bump, the more the flexing T-beam resists. Road handling with this independent suspension is phenomenal. TEST DRIVE THI ALL-NEW 75 VW RABBIT MOTORS .VOLKSWAGEN 5815 SOUTHJ5T V .LAKEWOOD 866-0741 OPEN ON SUNDAYS 773-5351 Bay Hark Speedway in Chula Vista with a uMC motocross Sunday. Race format, different from last year, calls for two 12- lap professional motos,.two 10- lap mptos for juniors and intjirv mediates, plus a special ^nini- cycle class iui iivitro luiuci 1C, years of age. Racing starts at 9 a.m.. . .Indian Dunes Park art Valencia offers a«loubleheader Sunday with minibikes and' minicycles on the Mini Mesa.' track and an all-class (pros, juniors and novices) motocross on the Shadow Glen course. Ac-.. Uon begins at 9:30 a.m. - ' ···. ASCOT PARK-Ascot Park which normally caters to "all forms of motorsports, switches' from horsepower to horses. Saturday and Sunday by stag-., ing the $10,000 Cal Worthinglon, Rodeo with more than 100 cowboys and 150 animals headlining the program. Additional entertainment will be provided ·. by country-western singer and' composer Dorsey Burnctte, who has won gold records for. such hits as "Tall Oak Tree" and "Hey, Little One."... . .A; weekly series of taped racing programs (Figure* and oval- stocks) from Ascot Park will be televised by KCOP (channel ISt- every Saturday at 10 a.m. TOYOTA THE LOWEST PRICED 1975 CAR SOLD IN AMERICA Slock 3909 TOYOTA' Corolla 1600 2-Door Sedan. Test drive this spunky Toyota Sedan for a big Surprise! You'll be amazed by "its excellent handling, quick acceleration, roomy interior, and big-car smoothness. . It's a small car with big ideas like reclining bucket seats, rear window defogger, power front disc brakes, transistorized kjnitjon system, and even a lockable gas cap. And what you'll like best is .the nifty sticker price on the window. Plus: $98.48 California Emission Dlr. freight handling Plus Tax License PLUS THESE NO-COST EXTRAS: · OHV Hemi twod 1.6 llt · 4ip**d iynchrom«h . transmliuon · MacPhenon sfrtflt front MJipaniion . WhltawallTiras · Padd*d doih with full imtrwmentation r engine · 5-MPKbumfMrs with guardt · lighter* Flow-thru Ventilation. · Inildtheod rwlwm · CollopilbUitwrlns column . Motdtd IwadllMr PALMER TOYOTA ; 4401 E, Pae. Cst. Hwy. r Lbh||ea;ri J ' DATSUN RATED THIS WEEK ONLY Lowest Prices PAYMENT and TERMS (O.A.C.) SEE THE ALL NEW '75 DATSUN B219' HERE NOW Brand New CAAAA B210 Sedan *2806 COMPLETE BODY SHOP FACILITIES MODERN SERVICE DEPARTMENT "AT THE TRAFFIC CIRCLE" LONG BEACH Of IN OAIIT. 9.t;»t.;-».5;0»IN$UNO*Yl '"·" ' I D 'l" ««" '·· ,« . -~.D ..I 1 » s. ii,,,.i 1. n ·"··v. I - (

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