Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 43
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Angels Slice Four, Dump Indians, 7-4 By ROSS .NEWMAN I, f-T »UH Writer PALM SPRINGS--The An. gels cut their roster to 30 Thursday -- two above the opening-day limit--and then cut down the Cleveland In dians, 7-4, before 1,326 wind' blown fans including former President Dwight D. Eisen hower who cut a golf game short to witness the contest. Eisenhower played only nint holes Thursday morning so that he could keep a prom ise made to Seraph skipper! Bill Rigney several weeks ago.! fielder Jom Mooring was sent He watched the Angels overcome four errors--about par for the course lately -- and some hilarious base running to even their Cactus League record at 10-10. Before the Angels teed off on Gary Bell for five runs in the fourth inning, general manager Fred Haney an/ nounccd four cuts. Pitcher Bob Haye, a draftee from Colunv bus, was sent to the Angels' minor league base at Anaheim for reassignment while out- Sub Walls' Rap in 10th Nim Yankees L (Continued From Page D-l) on the bench," said Alston. "He's always concentrating on the ball game. Often he'll ask me, 'what would you want your hitter to do in this type of situation?' He's never thinking about card game." last night's Aside from the Walls story. Thursday's Dodgcrtown finale produced a variety of lively action. Home run king Roger Maris cut the back of his right hand while taking batting practice and did not play. Instead, EXHIBITION BASEBALL AT SARASOTA. He -- Mickey Mantle gave the ord Holman Stadium crowd of 4.G02 what it had hoped to sec. The Mick tagged a two run homer against Don Drys dale for the final Yankee runs in the third inning. Yankee manager R a l p h Houk was ejected by umpire Ed Sudol for protesting a balk call against Daley in the wild ninth inning. In that round, the Dodgers scored two runs without a hit. * * CLETE BOYER, perhaps the best fielding third baseman in the game, booted pinch-hitter Norm Sherry's bouncer to let in the tyinf runs. Daley's balk advanced the runners into scoring posi- '"i BiJrtt S ^B.'JS23 l '' on a " er an erTOr ^ rook' 6 '*...*..,,« 'i _.».».urf eVii*»r*cf «nr» I*Hil 1 ftlT JlVlfl !\ (I) ·n- _ . - . (it and Leilar. w-rurtu'UT. L--t-riefx). AT LAKLIAND. Ft* -- M«mmt.i tei 188 «J-7 » 1 Dvtr*.t _ Mt 114 III--I II I , ... ., . . · shortstop Phil Ltnz and a walk to Daryl Spenrcr. Daley made a complete ______ ________ tiitt 17) vti h«r«9o^: L« r v.l.,,« ;« nttoT^intint* 1 i»t in «^a Brc«^. Rojcit (i). w-- turn in aucmpung a n-e (i) Moor*. L-- (ti.r-e. Mom*'i, Ver»a1t«. AT MIAMI, f l a -- HuU I/I ··« Htrrer.; B«.ler. t^«» ID «·» Trundot, l«v( Ifl. W-B«rMr. throw to second and Sudol ,'called the balk. Houk was ex- moments later. AND_ DATA--AfT*rlc»i L*« 6«fVr.ri*r to Denver and pitcher Al Nel er and catcher Larry Cutright were sent to Buffalo. * · · · MOORING, Ncigar and Cutright were purchased during the winter on a conditional basis and are merely being re turned to the clubs which still hold their contracts. Rigney now has an easy, but not pleasant path to the 28-man April 10 limit. He Is expected to lop olf pitcher Rob Sprout and shortstop Jim Fregosl by the time the Angels depart Southern California Monday night. The skip- [cr even admitted that he might open the season one under the limit. "I like to maintain that sit uation because in case of trade or injury you don't have to worry about cutting anyone. You always have that vacancy." I THE VACANCY could be created by adding Tom Satri ano to the Fregosi-Sprout list. 'Tom's situation is the same as Fregosi's," said Rigney. "I hate keeping him il he's going to sit on the bench. I would rather send him out, let him get some experience, and then bring him back." If Satriano stays, it will be because of Injuries to secont basemen Billy Moran and Mar- Ian Coughtry. Both insisted Thursday they are all right. Moran has been hampered by a sore arm. But in the fourth Inning he made a spec tacular diving stop of catcher Howard Edwards' hot ground cr, rose to his knees and firci perfectly to first. Coughtry, wearing a knot on his right hand where he was hit twice by pitched balls said he was swinging as goo said he was swinging as wcl as he had all spring with th help of a sponge tied to the bat. tM 1« J.Jft-4 11 1 ^. 111 Mi 111-.! I · _ . . .;» «nd Torre; M.uer, //Mftfad 111 . MaeKmi't (»( «fyJ t«ft- a r; »ti. yv-- Wil'ey L-- M.ner. AT *tST PAiM BrAtM. rij-- W«h.«Ht»n -r- «t 1H MO--1 4 J Leo lo'd P*po4rei'*. . . / ««'d r* d.d.". - nj teach ir* ici Oa'ryi f.nt H » 171 (D Horn* ft AT CtCARWATCR, ChKimiail ri».u«i»*ia -Viler, Brewan ... _. Itton, MtL'tfi {t} Ba'dtth"«i 1*1 ·"« cSi. v.^-tt in. v/-t i- t-ni-"«?- ·|IT*« rwi.v-Cirttinni'1, Ce'tman, Lynch. .. tr* DoCo«r» t» .vid Imitrd^ti '«Mlu I11-1J H 1 -^mr^TV.'ri r urU"«i«it*-tih»i t 3M Ml 239~ i l l ^|. y| t[xir0. Itid O^dser ti1c^'r3 c·[^ H»»v-l Jet «er. . . . -He wit hurt cnly U ,.·_'.«. t.'M tf.a M ttn «·« r« JACK SPRING, the second of three Angel pitchers, re ccivcd the victory ns he con tinucd his splendid sprinf 0 work with a two-hit, two-un ijearncd-run performance ove four innings. "He's pitched good ever time he's gone to the mound,' SPORTS SHORTS F o r m e r wcltenveifiht c h a m p i o n Benny (Kid) Pa ret, still lying unconscious for the fifth day in a moderate coma, occasionally moved his arms Thursday. The latest bulletin from Roosevelt Hospital In New York, however, reported his condition unchanged. « · · * MEANWHILE, b o x i n g continued to come under fire frctn all parts of the country. Paul Fender, former middleweight champ, called his sport "cruel, dirty and filthy." Sen. Clalr Engle of California said "we must eliminate the brutality, and a Japan boxing commission said that, medically speaking, boxing should be outlawed. OLYMPIC c h a m p i o n Murray Hose sent Southern California into an early lead in the NCAA swim meet in Columbus, Ohio, by winning the 1,500-meter freestyle in 17:20.1. Ohio State soph Marty Mull set a national record in winning the 200-yard individual medley in 2:02.3. THE DENVER "post reported that Colorado spent more money for grants-in- aid to athletes than any other Big Eight Conference school. It listed the University's expenditures at $201,123. THE HOUSE* investigating committee ordered the Texas department of public safety to launch a full scale investigation of reports of pame fixing in Southwest Conference basketball. THE DEATH of athletic director Bob Neyland has left a gaping hole in the University of Tennessee's athletic picture and many say Bmvden Wyatt, the curly haired captain of one of Neyland's greatest teams during his greatest era, is the man to fill it. 3IOOKU LKAI) ON LINK Ldkewood, Poly in Prep Feature League-leading Lakcwoodjbattcrs In 20 ir.r.'-.-i and ninner-up Poly clash in : season. will probably (ace he featured Moore LfaguclBob Larson, who blanked a IHI INDEPENDENT--P«g. D-3 uscball game today as the ocal nines round play. Lakewood boasts a 4-1 rcc. ord. Poly a 2-1-1 mark. Alat 8 p.m. in tho labbit win would move them nto first place on the lasis of percentage points, but it mel at tons Beach City Col vould be a virtual deadlock since the Lancers would still live one more win. J u n i o r right-hander Lcs JJ^j tlundel, who has fanned 42 »"·*« open second' W i l s o n In liis only start. Game time Is 3:15 p.m. Wilson faces Downey 5 and Jordan tests twin bill at Blair Field. St. Anthony plays Mt. Car- Today's Sclii-diili: Dow**r (H), 5 49ers Face Gauclios at Blair Field $*tfnmHtf-F"olr at Wilton. Lih*«roo4 ·t Jorojn. Downtv »t ·» J.ll p m. Crrnei»tf)cv-l»*rwoo4 »t Wilten. Mm- an »t Po'f. bcm 3:!S Dm. Ttnntv--follow* b«wb lege in a 3:15 Saints arc 0-2 League play. Poly's Jerry Martin (.500) Long Beach State opens itsj^f '«£ »,»?' ^^^ce league home schedule with three games at Blair Held . .. a g a i n s t UC Santa Barbara P" cllin K today and Saturday. Today's single CCAA contest starts at 2 p.m. and Sat- xi S'aV _______ 1 $ai 0 fflo St. . 3 Arwei S t . . . . . _ 7 *»t* Bart*ra _ I STANDINGS CCAA All Glmel record in Moore play. First-round statistics: CATTINO (Minimum II 4ltitil AD K M Merrn. Poly - 14 I pr Lekewood . 17 3 jAniiim . _ IS I Abtocft. JordJ* --.,19 1 ·forimton. Jord4n 19 2 LIK.,. MltlllM " - . . 0 3 .000 Gevnet Tadir Barbar* v. LBiC. ', ', ; l«»'ino. 'I \ ?;£S » ' ' c!S*-n i · o BUrifu,er |i»»e {PI Poly 17 1 Wilvm 1 7 1 n, Dcwwp/ ,, 1" n. Laktwood urday's twin bill begins at 12:30 p.m. The 49crs got their conference season off to an unsuccessful start last weekend at San Diego State, dropping all three games. LBSC's season mark now stands 2-8-1 (the alumni victory docs not count in regular records). rucHiNO crcoiDt O IP H « ERA W Lit tO Reif __ 7 25 TJ II 3*4 1 I li " _ , Br°«i i '.i o o eoo o o i ltvl Snyder 1 ?) 74 12 4 (f 0 I II J«k lo*i 5 33 2131 443 0 4 n ~ Wilson _ 2 3 3 1 V O Q O O S O L*nt«Uer 4 U II JO IM/ I 3 1 4 1 9 ··1 I »'i ; 0 CM 0 0 4 4 Wlwuls Advance to Cage Finals RANTOUL. Ill, (Special) Florentine Named Top 49vr Player Bill Florentine, who re wrote Long Beach State's rcc- ord book the past season, was honored Thursday night as the most valuable player at the] The Long B e a c h F l y i n g annual basketball awards ban- Wheels moved into the finals ! quc t held in the Chart Room. . Ml HI III-- I I I Kit trfrt irn .Tft; HOCD't, Sriut'l I*). 4 ThKker. W-HO.O e. rvn»--Movlton, Sm.m. Duo ;Win'sTa»T«un Mutch «3«\ ' Billy Varga and Al fentorajijeo.^'! teamed to defeat Nicki Bock-iie^r».o winkle and Enrique Torres in| "" the featured tag team wres- '" tling match at tlie Municipal Auditorium Thursday night. | The match lasted 35 minutes.; Other results: I, Don Dv*tf drew wtn King Koei 3. 70, | . . \ft.iihtt h4i nol «Jlo*H · ri.n in } *t Inn r-si. . . Me M4t I* 1 * * ^er Al rocn *cd4V. §'e ^t^eJJ!ea to »rn»e «t 3 39 IPSTI. . . . Dndaer* r**et In in L*i V«« Wvrasf fvt Swntfei Yinletl pttterl At II M · * L - v . - JiSV,"-TM f i ? J£1"1S»3» 1 1 3 ?,bcen working f £?!,·""' f i i ! T M?oV:,V" 5 ? ? S. beauty." echoed pitching coach Man' their arch-rivals from Garden Grove. Grissom. "He's throwing hard cr than I've ever seen him. now wait until hc gets full tcamm:ltcs nm Johnsorl of the screwball hes, E r I c Gcranl each had ,4. ··-' with. I t s a I 0 I 0 3 I I 2 F4 i e e o t v.'*'it.f 4 0 0 0 Renetwro e S 0 2 OdC*rev.c S O I Or-TracwUI.^ 3 0 0 0 Borrie^t.lO I 0 0 0 " O4.».t t Haw«'d.tb of the National Whcclchain The fi-4 «pnior funvard skctball tournament Thurs-!pum|)ed in 492 points this year' day with a 49-41 victory over t 0 run his three-season total.Lnvnrantc will collect 25 per! ' t o 1,159, shattering Bill Bar-Vent of an txpcctrd S100.000, ion's previous high of K17. ,,; a tc. A throng of 12,000 is! John Chcvcs led the way The ex-Jordan star also set ;c xpcctcd to watch the affair, with 15 points, while his]|he 49ers' single game high ofj of his foe, Moore said Bill Johnson and.33 this season while Florcn-;Thursday: "Lavorante is a i had 14. | tine's 18.9 average moved him hardhitting young man. I The Wheels will meet Pani U p t 0 second behind Baron's know he will try to knock A m o f New York City, cham-|22.4 all-time best registered m e down. And I will strive to knock him down, too. I feel « 4 13 4O*v1 b Hft'krrit Ut|; Rlfincy and Grissom will be pioM of the Eastern i^aRue. ,,, ioso-57. j o " watching, the mound "Jtently ' hc UUc Saturday a t , p . m . e i o o today when the Angels and.| s .U o i o o Indians meet again. TcdBows-. c ^ M bre.e IIH f ton »e«ii ji.j %X t yjl%'%?'ii£ c ..._ ? S S S field, third member of the big'MSSViViV I J JSKS !!{!|*^,^, M ,,*,, ? o o o tlirt-t.-, \vill M.-B his first action.X^^'JJ, f. r """t.illil ' M= j;V a v,VeVl'«in'ir,ri i o o o since developing a knot in nis, K1 JJ{|jy UWI . L i, B B t«n j;. 04TMTM!" l cJU'n n oie» Pe-ry t.era^ n lettKi ' A ~i,:U-.^TT^TM_ it^,,~^,.^ r ;7' - -· · -'- 31. |Uc*«tnita fUdtran iiui, BOD HOI-Archies career. However, if *BIMi"M!i ItoKr.'U?-!!!. Ontt! !f?,.'i^'MrSS? !'.j!: O^t'j^?; WO lOSC, tllCrC Will 1)0 HO dJ5- cli Montjo 1 Pinkie George. Lavorantc's ien manaRCri speaking for the .fyyy.'il Kitin. who tnlk^ little Fnrli«;h. '""^""claimed: "Alex can cndi in.ieo o o o o , [ e f t shoulder at San Diego last TCUU :i J · J j Saturday. "I don't know if it's' _^ jj | better or nol," said Bowsfield «iTMm error tor,Thursday. "We'll have to see| .1 n.njtet: Mr. Srtt)i,» eet. M:t Kt ,. h; i-strmK cut ur w. O»vl« in tn; tomorrow. turtu 29 mlnutM. i»-W4i »4't en error lor U " ~~ . · --^--^------ ,r«M..i Dtdgeri . --- »»« So wm ClMDm,* 19 HtirrNjidt St. 7. Cnllrj;c Trark 12:1. doierx.r* Ulti. o«un (l.f) And Ken r v COACJI BCD tr.wei'n grace for , lor.e to a I' Align Front End to manufacturer's specifications VIKES HOST HAKItOK IN TILVCK Track makes a belated season bow today at Long Beach City College ns the Viking* host Harbor In a Metropolitan Conference dual meet. Meld events start at 2:30 p.m. With a 1-1 eonferencc record, Joe Lannlng's track- men arc heavy favinitrs In trim the Scahawks, whn have been beaten by L'l Camlno and Valley. The Hawks Henry Pill- glan could give I.BCC's Tim Kustcll (9.8, 21.2) his first big test In the sprints. Hussell's 220 time Is tlie top JC mark In Southern California ai Is teammate Bill Pace's S5-S',i shotput heavr. ARCHIE- (Continued From Page D-l) my youngster to man of Moore's t r4 tcr rnott V4iu4t»f . . . - J-o.Vi Bo oii*.»''"TMlv" 1 orjra 1 »?.! "i l ^'° Batter what happens to'" ·""'iTrlr-Eie'i" 1 fight, Moore already has cap- Don ru-ai t urc d the confidence title. . 1'CL Scores '« 4. CO'W-rXjl IAAI 1. tr |AA1 ?. S*n D ra* 1. i*r (ID 3. PcrHa-id J. i H V/orn AA) J, H«w* m* ). S*t L»k* 7. ir . 7 (L) :' D'H-cUl? , ,, 7 ».ft»rt 2 -.-..* V.'P--Terry. B4reilt. T--: M « « i t » 8 !")?,, 1'S ? p *^' HR--MOM tt 0*'fV. B-' ' *~ Tr-f Autrr. More MciTy-Go-Rouncl » (Continued From Page I)-l) ·here for this brawl--are particularly angry with Moore. "He fhnwed to us a poor sporting spirit." one Latin typewriter jockey snarled the other day. "We hope with fervor that Alejandro cuts him Into little pieces." While this reporter was talking to Kcams and the Latins, Alejandro was tearing into two (2) man-sized 'steaks. If he makes spark in the ring like he did with knife and fork, Archie could be in for trouble. But don't wager on it, Moore won't stand still like a prime cut. * * * KEARNS HAD A PARTING COMMENT on the trafiic "Paret-Griffith fifiht. "I'm sorry for Paret, naturally," declared Kcams, "hut that's part of the boxing game. Nobody's to blame, except maybe the doc that examined Paret. I don't think hc was in shape to meet anybody after the heatinp Fullmer gave him in his last fifcht. "But the rcf can't stop a (Ipht and dethrone the champion unless the champ gets knocked out. Thats the way the game's played." No comment here. All the politicians are getting into the act in this election year, so I'm sure you're fed up with all this "righteous" baloney. The incident was unfortunate, but have you checked casualties in other sports (say, like football) recently? Angf't »d/'iorv bo*rd cf G*n« R«b«ff Rt*n*UIt. Lrtnartf tut-. Paul O'lrvan, J»«o* Th*m«, i R»b«f1 Cakb. Diity DtaiL Waif Dtititr. Frawtrr. ··nn Hamiltan, Bill, a^H. JMII smira how* in i.nt h*rt tod*f. !«*·«*. . .' . 'lf» in ill AS R H * A»«*i Al K H * rf } 1 1 0 P*arj-dfC J 7 3 J rnrtro J t 1 0 ff.9f9tt.Xf J ? 1 0 n.lbff 4 1 1 1 Thcr-.Ji.1b 4 0 0 1 ara tt 2 0 1 0 Wart r .rt 4 0 1 ? «« 1 0 0 OR u ro*Mlf 1 0 1 2 ; 7 0 0 OTorrfi,: 4 0 0 0 lec" tl 1 0 0 O A v ^ r U c 1 1 0 0 .n^o 4 1 1 0 KOTM if 4 1 3 0 "WV il J 1 0 t) M( B' et 0 1 0 0 0 ard 1 0 0 0 Spring D 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a R.i-0 0 0 0 0 ·rave l o t i tfrr.n«l o o o o p 1 0 1 0 Fc«itr« O O O O ^r« tatted vd out tor IUD-OW t Ai^tli ,, f tN*«rdl Fr^f f.*a*ict*ty, T^ 1 Mir. BM (L) -, , h: c -- H.t l-'o · t ' i 111 101 WO--4 _ _ _. . 2M SM ·»!-; rm J. War^r; T O * - ' '.«;t ;M; CP~K.rki.vS . 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