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Pace 'C-2--INDEPENDENT i~« "-*· ·"'·"·"·· " k - "' "" 9 Seceders Chase Alive it has 'taen pronounced dead by critics. With eight games to go, UCLA and California again are tied for first place while Southern California bounces along a half game behind them. So- does Oregon State, the only member of this foursome which intends to stay in the PCC. The Trojans, who upset the Bears on Friday and defeated Washington State, as expected on-Saturday, get a chance to forge ahead when they venture north for a weekend scries at Stanford and California. In the meantime, · coach Johnny Wooden's Bruins .will invade the northwest for games with the last place Cougars and Idaho. Then they will meet Washington on Monday before heading home SEATTLE, BATTLING for a dall to the NCAA tournament rather than the .National Invitational which it accepted lasi season, meets. Regis next next Thursday: -After v that, Elgin Baylor Co. don't seem to-"have many problems until they meet Bradley, March 10. · Third-ranked University of San Francisco, which had a tough time getting started Saturday, against Fresno State,hosts second place St. Marys Tuesday in a West Coast Athletic' .Conference ' game. The Do'ns,' -undefeated in league play, then ·meet) Pepperdme arid Loyola on a weekend foray through the Southlano. Fri' day's' game against the Waves is slated in the Long Beach City College gym. USF ndw has -a 15-1 overall record, the lone- loss coming on a cold 'night against Stanford. · * * » THE WEEKEND SCHEDULE: Friday--SC at Stanford, UCLA at Washington State; Saturday--SC at California. IXCLA at Idaho, Oregon CT.TS COACHING FRQM GAILERY QN18TH Washington;'- Monday- a£- Washington, "-"*'Stanford. PCC Standings Conference W. L. Vet. \\'. L. 1'ct. Martin, Mantle Pace At KEY WEST, Fla.'«J.E--Billy Martin'of Detroit, swinging a bat in m . i d - s e a s o n form, smashed, a' pair of doubles to pace the American League All- Stars to. a 4-3 victory- over the National League Sunday i n - a charity game staged by the Major League' Baseball Players Assn.- . ' . An overflow crowd 'of 6,500 turned out for-the. contest which opened with Billy Klaus'lofting Bob Feller's-first.pi-tch, into the centerfield:. stands for the only home -.run ,of the game; ·:'.. · , Feller, 'who is president- of . the.players association, pitched the first inning for ,the American. League and then .was'-relieved by southpaw Whitney Ford of the Yankee^ Bob Turey .and Russ Kemmerer fin- shed up for the winners. HOMERS WILL AVERAGE OUT THE AMERICAN T ·**,,«* mJJUttHJ » JL*-.*J _ roke a 3-3 tie in the bottom of seventh inning.when Martin it Ms-second double and 1 -came round on another;, double' -by im Hegan of Cleveland. Both lows came off Jormer Pitts- urgh -pitcher Nellie King, who ad relieved starter Jim Kon- tanty. Mickey Mantle, showing no race of the leg injury that andicapped him in the World Series, collected two of the Win- ers' 14 hits, drove in one run nd scored another. Stan Musial, who managed at the National Leaguers, .played -UCLA aU the way and collected three California at f his team's 12 hits. The crowd stood for a moment of silent prayer for Roy Campanella, Dodger catcher recently injured in an'automobile TUCSON, Ariz..- TOE)--Moon- 1 faced Lionel.Hebert, .the-Inmost improved" golfer of, the past 12 months, slipped past Don January on: the home stretch .^0 win ttie $15,000 ; Tucson Open golf tournament by': two strokes Sunday with a.72-hole score of 265-^-15'-shots.'.under,.par'. .'·-',.. .The"'margin 'of' difference-- fdr. January -^.'.was .a. b a l l knocked out 'of .bounds' oh. the second, hole,.' costing . a .two- stroke penalty. ' ·* ". ' . Hebert,'.30, the- current TGA match'" play'-, champion' from| Lafayette, Lai, .'-'snot.-.-.*. 1 , final round · of I- f our-under-par; '66 .-to go \vith--eariier rounds - of 6667 T 66.'l'.-"..···· : :-.·.. ,..: '···· , - - : : - . : .'.,'It'i.was'-'-some,'.of .my. : most cons'isteni i; .shotmaking,'.',;; 1 ..'Baid Hebert,r-'whose .'older·' brother, .'Jay,, usu"aiiy:is 'a bigger-money winner; on the;-tour. "And-after I got a birdie'..on the first'hole and heard'Donjhad 'knocked,it out of bourids;6n thevsecond,-! just played it/careful.'" · !' ACTUALLY; LIONEL fin- Ginther in Narrow rts shed - birdie-birdie on the lastl ;wo. : holes to win. The triumph ;vas,,worth $2,000'to: him.,and ncfeased-his earnings :,'fbr .-the Irsfr six weeks of the 1958 : tour q; $4,264:25. :· ;.:. ·;-;.-"v;, : : -;· ·:An . unidentified . ( f ant-"with eather lungs!"-'helped', Hebert riumph.- ; ' '·-. ·;.,-. ·"; · .' , Hebert had r just ..put"his ·ball' back on-the- 18th. : green '.to -atr" tempt- a ' two-foot birdie''-'-putt when-.'the. fan hollered: "Don't putt. Put the ball back where t's supposed- to be." · ' - , . . Lionel · hestitated a' minute then picked'--up his .ball and moved it over a . club nead ength, from where he- sank :he putt. ; : -' .- · In marking the ball originally he had moved; it .over, the club .head .length, so that his coin marker.would not be.In the line,of: playing partner Bob Dudeir. . - . '· ... · ; All GarnM ' UCLA C»llfornla Washington Oceicon Btnnfocd Wash. St. 1 S .730 .750 .0117 .867 .536 .444 .333 .230 .111 IV. L. \V. L. 12 6 11 6 ·1 S 6 12 10 H I'ct. ret .336 ,6S-1 .386 .58S .41 accident! Iaus2b-3b S 3 0.0 Yost,3b 'Mlllan.ss 5 0 3 5 Kuenn,s» . . Muslal.of .5.-3'0 0 Rlvera.rf-cl 4 2 3 ! ST.-i.TM'-! v t ft 1 l ·» V T n n H B f t * A. f 1 f : .WCAC Standings Conference IV. L. ret. AV, S.; Francisco 5 0 1.000 16 sC -Mary's 4 I .800 7 Santa Clara 3 1 .750 10 S^ Jose State 3 3 · .500 10 Pepperdloo 3 3 .500 13 COP 1 5 .167 o Loyola \ 0 6 .000 5 . Games L. ret. 1 .Ml 12 .363 0 .515 9 .526 '.263 ,333 Baylor Increases. Point Lead * By Associated Press .Elgin Baylor of Seattle found ofccther weekend cousin _to maintain his lead in the major college basketball scoring- race "today despite high pressure from his two closest rivals. "Baylor scored 42 points Friday and Saturday in Seattle's vjctorics over Gonzaga. He boosted his total to 607 in 18 games for a 33.72 average-nearly a point better than second place Oscar Robertson, of Qncinnati and Wilt Chamberlain of Kansas, in third place ·The top scorers: · r. va PT rt«. AVC i Baylor. Seattle * Robertson.Cln. ' . . 18 22B 155 007 33. ,2 1 . .. IS 211 171 503 32.9 3' chambrln. Ka. 14 168 1=4 JOO 32.8 4' Byrd Marshall 18 lil 1st" Ji? =S-° cll.Mto.St. 19 .in2 177 501 2J.4 5 ? 1 : How Nation's : Top 10 Fared * By Associated Press 1 · Here's how the top 10 team, in the Associated Press basket ball poll did last week. Won lost records, - including Satur "day, in parentheses: 1 West Virginia """· Jorins (BKN) S7-T ^"kansa. (13-3)-Lost to Xani Statq TS-TS.In. ' w « overtlmra, bea i-2)--beat bt. Jos ·Boat St Rlchmon a s - in 70-73 la two overtimes, D«»t low K *f°San- 7 rrwicl«co (16-1) -- Bea (13-3)-Bcat Vflntrcal. -orSlb 3 0 U l M a i t l e V c « Vhfte.c 4 0 3 2 Frlend.rt one If 4 2 2 0 Wertz.lb uller 3b - 1 0 1 0 Nteman.lf rsklnc,2b 3 1 2 1 Martin,2b InK rr-p 4 2 - 2 1 Hegan,c stnty.p-rl 4 1 0 - 4 Fefier.p Ford.p - Turley.p a-Wynn Kemerer.p 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 9 ( 3 0 4 0 4 2 4 4 3 1 0 1 0 0 ] 1 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 - 1 Totsln 38 12 24 H Totals 35 11 27 8 n-Slnglcd -fat Tui-lcy I" 6th. atlonal IX!»B\ic -- 101 ODD 300--3 American I^ncuo -01(1 111 00v E--Martin. Culler. HeE"-n- pB lnus (Mttrtln scored On Cullers cr- or) Muslal. Kleman, Mantle. Wynn. rorccson. 2b--Martin (2). Hecan. 3b-- Klaua" HR-Klaui.- SF-Nlcman. Tor- DP--Klnc, McMillan and Tor- Loft--National 10. American 8. Ford -1. ·I. tanty. eal and 1-1. Turley 0-0. I -· ' \v-Turley. -- . u--Schultz. Domlnlch. T--2: City Baseball !l IU TM 1 '" ! Clddon.ss nrccl!o.3b Sem.lf Lvon.rf ferrlck.c pclce.in "5"! "·"! llunco.lt 2 0 2 j 1 2 0-Petors.2b 4 1 3 3 0 3 1 -\VrbnKtn.ss 4 2 1 2 0 2 0 Pearson.3b 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 TUckcr.ri' 3 0 1 2 0 1 0 Crawfrd.lb 4 1 12 2 0 1 0 Kelly.ct 3 0 1 * 0 I* 5 o Granara.c 2 0 7 1 0 1 0 Bradley.P 2 0 0 1 1 1 1 Stomer.lf - 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 Hurophrs.rt 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 Nelson,c 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 Qulnlan.p 2 0 0 1 Brir BowS.an.0 2 1 1 0 IrldmTn ITO S 3 ..!!i 3 . 0 .i.. T ?oo'oji 6oi ^ LC E--Wa?blnKton'.""cf'a-wtord. Sonrcello '·'^·BSSSSi.-iS^SS?®^? iir«il.s 3 1 2 Furceii.sa *) J. - l^ul^^"u.·. Mrslmll.2b ~t 0 3 2 Clamp.sb Ib . 3 0 0 4 J 0 3 0 1 Sparks, f t 1 0 0 0 Totals 31 5 27 It Njvnl '£ icrrl.ants Jhall. Purcell, T-- 1:53. Totals 29 5 27 I 1 ..... 001. 010 000--: . 0 0 0 000 010- u-- Benson, -Bauer JEW SMASHES TANCHO;. , . . · · . . . ' ^ . · ' '- . Lew Hoad'leaps'into-afr and turns lob by Pancho Goiizales into overhead smash and point- in their marathon thriller at Pan-Pacific Auditorium Sunday Story on Page C-l.--(AP Wirephotp.)..··: .. ' Richie Ginther, 26-year-old Santa Monica . driver, piloted his Ferrari, .to a photo finish win. over. Bob'-;Oker,- Whittier, driving 'an;.Aston Martin; -in the 88-mile main event of the Pomona sports car: races- at the Los Angeles . County Fairgrounds Sunday/ . Ginther and Oker were never separated;by more than a.few car · lengths during the .entire race as they treated 15,000 spectators to, a .sizzling duel. The winner averaged 86.6 miles .per.'hou'r.-· ·_ . . _ . - ··· : ' ·'.'; . ' - ' v J-p hii. 'Vonheumann; '· Holly- oodi- .finished.53 iseepnds · be^ ind 7 'dke'r.:in another' Ferrari. Jack' McAfee,'- Sherman'Oaks, aptured ahothey tight 'duel rom-.-Ken Miles; Hollywood, to ri the main event for modi- ed -cars under" 1500,-cc.. v Mc- .fee's.margin $t the end of-.86 miles was only four seconds. Both''drove Porsche · Spyder's, Oker was third in a Maserati Results: ' · · . · ' . - Produetlba owr 2700-ce--Hurt Eutt man Corv., Andrew Porterlleld, Corv T -SeDteraber, Mercedes 300 SL. * · S St^S;Siln J rood'liT«l Sml|riao»-cc'-- ; 1 F Cairns Corv.; 2. T. Sattember Mercedesi 300'sL. K. Iwindbont. Austin 'seml-nuifl' modified nna«r 1500-cc--1 B. Ok. TMAiton-Martln; 2. E. Hauser Balehowsky- Bulck; 3. K. . Miles . PO ££E£?n D-dw i5W-.r r l. J. Me Alee, Poricht-EF-Bpyder; 2. K.: Miles - ' - TM -ok«r, Mnseratl. Hodges figures Coliseum Tough for Leity Matters - The Los Angeles Coliseum-- ZSp-fo'ot. left foul: line -or, not-- doesn't shape up as n home run. paradise lor National hitters/Dodger first baseman Gil Hodges,. aid Sun- , in los An S oies for a baseball clinic, said he be-. licvcd "thinKs probably will average out' in the . matter of said the riiort loltfleld line "should' bo a biff help to riphthandcd hatters, but the park apparently will 'be tough for lelthandeil swingers." ' . - " ' ' · ' · Hodges Called Ebbtfts Field, the fabled liome srround. lor tlio DodRers until the close of .the 1957 season, "the ea»-. lest in the National League for righthanders to hit homers. Ho said the Polo. Grounds and Coftole Mack Stadium weren't far "behind as far as easy .''homer targets for righthanders scus5d as a possible fill-in to? tlie injured Roy as Dodger catcher, said He didn't think he would he "much help to the club trying: to catch nny more now. But he said he- would agred- to -"catch a game, or so if »onw emergency arises." _ / _ .- _ Feller Next Man in Hall, of .Fame Tonight's Gty League Basketball Schedule At Je[(pr«on-- icthaiy j Dick's vtldcats vs V At C Baptist: S:1 ' Furniture -1st Christian vs. -Il!«uchl Ins ture; 0:15-- Assembly Lutheran. At Jordan -- : i o -- nui^i"» v-n*tiv.o ·"- MaVtlc Tile" S:15-Eu:orbUt Dlv. Fuller Co vs. 15th Hint Co.: -0:15-- Manor 3ii nts vs Uonolncuez .Water Corp. At Pol.v-- 7:15--Be:hany Chapef By STEVE SNIDEB New York (UVE)-- It looks as ii veteran baseball writers -have clapped a padlock on their wing of the Hall of Fame until 1962 when Bob Feller's name goes on the ballot for the first time. · A special committee on old, old-timers may- honor a few in the meantime, -but the writers indicated str'ongly in their 1958 poll that none' of the current eligibles is enough of a stickout to merit a plaque. . .. ·Only the truly great ones are going to have much of a chance from now on,-, and- the next ex- star bearing that .stamp is Fellers. * * « * FELLER KETIRED at- the end of the 1956 campaign. After five years, of retirement,' he'll become eligible for election. Feller, with three no-hitters, a dozen one-hitters and numerous strikeout records, was -kingpin ,of Cleveland's pitching staff both before and -after World War II. · ; · . . Jackie Robinson, first acknowledged Negro in organized baseball 1 , also -becomes eligible in 1962. Sometime thereafter there'll be the still. active, 'Stan Musial, Ted- William's,' .Warren Spahn' arid, if they 1 continue at their present level, you might ount Mickey Mantle and Hank A.aron. Under existing rules, the'out- ook is 'tough on' plenty of other ine players like Hal New : ouSer, Johnny Mize,-Lou Bou- rcau and' active .aces 'like Roberts and Bob Lemon. to make it on their first tries even though Joe DiMaggic didn't. Ted has dominated the American .League since 1939 Stan the National Leagueisincc 1942. . · .- ,' ' They're the best hitters in th game and everyone knows it. And only" the best; apparently are good enough for -the'HaU of Fame.-, .·· ·' : - : - At Pol.v-- 7 : 1 5 -- e a n y . Pino Ave Church of God; 8:15-- Lon- S«« Spt. Goods vs. . Mlnnctonka ; ; 9 :15-- Vu-PIHe Plunge vs. Bob Oorbould Mo-- ^r:15-^-l^BOD vs. Chlclitn of the -Sea: 5:15-- "Richfield Oil vs. Appli-valley EteaiTkouse;' o:15-Bond stove Works vs. Prlnslow GasBers At Mlllikw -- 7:15-- qp.n: 8:15-2nd Bresbyterlan vs. 1st I,azarene, ):15-- American Whsle. Kdw,- vs, · Hancock Oil. Collins, Jaciuk Sign Yank Contracts NEW YORK UE -- The New York Y a n k e e s Sunday an- 72^43, beat seton Hail ss-83. . nounce d the signing of two first ·· · ~~ f basemen, yeteran Joe Collins iVL Hockey Standings a nd rookie John Jaciuk. - * ~ P B CP S GA The Yankees no\y have 20 51 140 152 players under contract. 50 " 5 ' ' The ..36-year-old Collins : b'atted .201 in 79 g a m e s last' year *fontre.i T 1 NeV yorFi". · Costly, as a late-inning replace ·5SS?£2ffiwV- ment Women'sPin Tourney Led By Willmore By ALICE MEGLEMRE Pat Willmore retained , th class A singles lead, and share the- doubles lead with Dori Sears-at the end of'the secon week end. of the 12th annua City Women's Bowling tqurne at Boulevard Bowl.. / Alice Hassett held on to th all-events lead with -1580, whil Ken's Shell S e r v i c e ; forge !ahead in.the team event. On week end remains'in the tour nament. Leaders: TEAMS--Class-A. Ken's-Bnell Servt 2001. Clasi B, Harbor Cl«»nen 238 Slaas C Cancer ft .Pear"" 2.)- ' .15 Myron's Ballroom 2239, Cla«i Amy's Children's Shop '2113. SINGLES--Class A, Pat ...Wlllmo 589 Class B, Dot Evani 540. Clasi-C Gen« HbiWM 517, Class D, Gay Bowe 199 Class E Louiie Anton 5l. . DOnwisJ-Class A, PatT Wlllmo: * DorlJ^St»rl 1120. C-.nss B. Boo Hiaffman t Jo Ws-tklns 10*6, Class ·- Sadge Glenn · Mell Johnnon 996. Clai S. Vivian Clarlc k Dorthea Baker 91 :ia»s E Irene Schnck t Aydrey-M. C AtL S -EVE-IS-Class A. Alice. Ha. settlSSO. Class B. Beve-1- Tip'-1516 Class C, Myrtle Stetftn. 138 ;iasj -D. Gladys Gleason 12JU. C1U3 .J iazel C^ven^er 1213. · · - , THERE'LL BE THOSE who onsider--. Robinson an "acci- ent," a lad who just happened o be picked by Branch Rickey o break the color barrier in the igleagues. ,, ·'-· -..- ' . But Robinson's other creden- ials are impressive, including batting title 'at -342 and' a most -valuable player award. in 949. He had a. lifetime batting average of .311. , . - . ' / ' Musial- and Williams figure JONES MEW LOCATION I Oth Amirlean Porsche-SBO;-3. B, v".. /11 i""-"'~;" · * ~ · " u npdtt JOOO-cr.-- 1. R ,, porsche-Spyd : 2. D. D Mlchelmore,- Pomche--Carr.; 3.. C - :rs. Porsche.'Spyd. · . · _ , . . 'er 1500-ee Miln- Event--1: GInuier irl - Testarosa; 2.- Oker, Aston ..,,.-In: '3. von .Neumann, Ferrar Testa Rosa. ' " M ** Production MG und« 1900-er--1. E F-Robinson, MC'A; R. Pickering, MG A; 3. B. scurloctc MG A. V AL Hockey Scores SprtnKi"Ield ~4, .Providence 3. Cleveland .2. Rochester 1, Hershey. 4, Buttal PGA officials : .are uncertain what the penalty -would have been. ( for putting from the wrong spot--but'"he would -at least have had to putt, again. " - " '·-- ·"-- 66-67-06-68--265" 67-67-64-69--207 65-32-68-67--269 Lionel Hebert (12,000 Don Janumry . (11,500 John Barnllia. (51.200 Stan- Leonard -- "''· Jay 2ebert -4-- Xtn · Venturi .... D, Ffnsterwald- Walt Burkcmo - 63-64-71-68--272 ·67-68-72-65--272 88-70-67-66--272. 67-69-7r-65--272 69-88-72-64--273 , ·65-87-69-72--273 63-67-66-72--274 ' 64-67-75-69--275 69-63-68-69-^275 68-67-71-69--275 70-71-68-67--276 60-65-70-75--276 63-69-70-68--276 69-65-72-70--276 -72-69-07-69--277 s^u 72-66-63-70--277. J1SOJ 71-67-72-8S--278 llSO SI 80 llSO 67-70-70.71-278 BOD wy«e · Tony ijCma ......... Fred Hawkins _ Mike Souchak '. MUon Miiruaic _ Tommy Bolt . Otto orelner Gene Bone ... ~ "lus BOros Doue.Kord _i--- Walker Inman. --U1* 69-73-68-70--280 Art-DoerlnK (»14 28-72-70-70-280* Henry Will/ami -(*«! 68-71-70-71--280 Frank stranaHan (f «j (U-eg-7-1-7:)--280 Stan Mosel (|14) 70-70-67-73--280,. de l a T o r r a ihO 64-63-73-74--280 PROVE IT . Guest-tut i niw '58 Studtbiktr or Packard on your (toiler's own "courst"! .Learn why Studebiker-Pickifd offers the most perforinww for your money. . oh your Stud«b*k«r-Packird Dialer's ^"Proving Ground' W S.P.D.A.A. Studebaker-Packard JAMES MOTOR CENTER 1350 AMERICAN AVE. LONG BEACH;: ED BARBARI STUDEBAKER 6200 IELLFLOWER ILVD. LAKIWOOD Meet JIM* Independent Merchant Tomght's yolleytall Card 7:30^,p.m.,-:lst Metbodlst .vs. Clam- '"llso'' p.m., 'Unlvtrilty Baptist- vi.- JIM is learning how to sell . and how to handle money A PAPER ROUTE IS A ^ GREAT BUSINESS SCHOOL Only about one boy in ten gets an opportunity to nave a newspaper route. The ofher nine grow up .without the advantages of business experience that comes to Junior Independent Merchants. JIM learns merchandising by "buying at wholesale and selling at retail. JIM learns business arithmetic and bookkeeping by .making collections and .figuring his profits. JIM.learns bankingby having i savings account · and making regular deposits that draw interest. JIM learns salesmanship by -making calls on prospects and. signing up new subscribers. , JIM, .your Junior Independent Merchant,'is getting fundamental business'experience an'd . putting his classroom: lessbnsi-to work. - JIM will be well-ec|iiipped'for'the responsi- , bilities of his first full-time job. MORNING EVMIHQ {Independent Celcgram Busy Boys Are Better: Boys If you think your son or som.ti other youngster might profit by similar Newspaperboy ex- · perience, why not suggest that he come in and talk to us. SUNDAY Noli Jo Subicrifa»rt.- P/toii fro" your mon.y rtorf/whtn .your N.w.paptrbox Jiii co'l/tefioni. It will «ov» him timt and will alto Mp h\m mo-nlain hit proMt

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