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N ' A / , 6 .-li-i ^ Dif ,-,00! '. R . 3 1 5 1 3 1 1 i S J Z I B S J 1944 ^^r,,-':,,. V.'m f*'..w i 8 ?(3 6 19 ."40 1 -".S '.'0. 1 .' ViH-',!T;v,, VfA! 3 11 .21'- '-· I- 1 -27 150 17,'S Color.icio '.! f" M O ' r p Diil.-li 1 Aiinntic Coast Conference ^ t Potpis N i Conference All Games Ddvton W L PCt. W L PCI. PK. OP Spnltlr · "" "' ~ .91.1 :-l?l \t.V iu,,q i.i,.,;! li" , 1 .917 ?1 . I l l 9l/ 19 1 / r , 5S3 ? 11 .fs4 1S87 1:77 j,«kscnviln ·??n??5ia]*v;«i TOX, nolp NOT THIS WAY t Oregon's B i l l y Ciaskins didn't try to Oregon's Billy Gaskins didiVt try to s hoot ovor UCLA's Ken K^itz, instead tried to cross over and pass ball off d u r i n g Pacifir-S encounter at Pauley Pavilion. .50015 8 .V 197? 1757 Soutnon ^ / .4I/ !U 12 .45b W22 ISUFordfift.ii f ? r.' JJ? I M .W 18« ?OiS Fldndi St.Hf- I It .0£J 5 M -·.'?/ 1/0-1 1S4S K^-.v V n ' k l'-.-. M. BonavoiH" Southeastern Conference Hcviiton Conferpnco All Games Army W L Pet. W I. Pet. PIS. OP pn.n Slo'r 11 3 "?3ft IA a 'arc i?d? iHi/^nhdttr-n '"'^ 1U \ .W-7 IS 7 .652 1/06 14JS /.M.lini. f-!-i 3 / .533 1? 10 .b45 1754 l/?7 Deprtul S / ..\J3 12 ·? .571 1614 15J7 Detroit 7 S .^67 13 10 .565 1ES9 ISfil St Joseph^ r 1 v .35' 11 1 .MX) 1933 1941 Rnston IJiiivPi'' .S 9 .357 7 1 1 -3j3 1J26 1620 Bucknell -1 !0 .236 1 IJ .3LO 1J36 1451 GPoroclov.-i. 11 1 13 .071 4 16 .7-00 1332 1JS1 Northern IlliflO -- A P Wircoholo V/ 1? Ivy Le.iQue F Conterence All Games C L Pet. V/ L Pet. Pts. OP c 0 I.(WO 17 n ,i"9 1S42 U3t \ I l l f f l l O Pressure to Qualify on 49er Swimmers H.lrviVil Diuculti Brown 2 .833 19 3 .564 17?1 1356 Ail Foife J .831 n 9 .41? 15-.3 l1l7Hdiilin.Siiii.! 6 6 . 5 0 0 1 1 1 2 -:78 1642 1721 Hoislra 7 ,41/ 3 15 .348 l. J OS 1630 v/(M viiom J 8 .:'/3 7 IS .318 1627 1721 Colq.110 1 10 ,W1 7 15. .318 1370 1461 Tul.-.n.- 0 12 .000 2 I'l .033 1399 Ii57 NmaTrn Si-ion H.-.'P Biri titihl Ut,lh Sl:',1^ Confe.ence AH Gainer CliiCrt'jo Luv L Pel. W L PCI. PIS. OP riirii(ld E 3 .'/?? 19 4 .826 161! 1350 Ndvv F. 3 . 7 2 7 1 3 S .7R3 1/6? 1632 Svi.iri.sr 7 3 . 7 0 0 1 2 1 0 .545 1557 1518 Caniii« : 5 . 5 ^ 3 1 3 1 1 .5J2 1737 1763 I ,ifnv(-Mt 6 '· .S4S 13 9 .591 1545 1434 Xrtv'ei 01" 4 7 3A4 11 II -,nn 1319 1262 Ai:icnc,m U 2 8 .2.':0 9 13 .40? 1608 1651 Pilt 1 9 IW 5 17 927 132S 1537 nenv-r 10 ' W 10 5 .JS6 * 20 .!{ By JIM McCORMACK Staff Writer Cal Stale Long P.ciich hosls a swim niccl Ihis that doesn't really e.xisl, yet it may bo thn most important annpelitinn "I Ihe yivir for many nf the ent rants. "This is jjoing lo be the only pood chance many if Ihe swimmers will have left to q u a l i f y for the nationals." Cal State coach Don Gambril says while announcing the schedule for' the Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. function at Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool. "The NCAA passed a new rule this year requir- 1 ing .a swimmer lo qualify for the nationals on a lime swam this season." Gambril reports. "In t h e past, you could go on the liriie from the season before. "The new rule puts too much pressure on a swim- me'f.' They have to peak too early. "On top of t h a t , the 1 weather lias been hail all year and everyone has had to. swim in the rain. Times will not be good under the | circumstances. Vl'hat's why this weekend is so critical to so many. This is really the last chance many of our swimmers will have lo swim under good conditions against good competition." Swimmers from l.om; Beach, Cal State LA.. U n i v e r s i t y of Pacific. UC Siinlii Barbara, San Diego Stale, San Jose State and l-'rosno State w i l l all be t r y i n g to q u a l i f y for tin- N C A A meet in Bloommg- lon. hid., a m o n t h hence. · G a m b r i l announced I l i a l f i n a l events will be held in 8 p.m. sessions al the Pla/.a on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Q u a l i f y i n g will he held in the afternoons. Admission will he $1 for a d u l t s and $.50 fur students. Hveryone. Gambril re- purls, is u n h a p p y w i t h the current rule rind it is sure In he changed next year, a s i t u a t i o n t h a t doesn't help things now, u n f o r t u n a t e l y . "We have a lot of swimmers who must q u a l i - fy this weekend or we're in trouble," the 49cr coach declares. "All we have left, for kids who don't qualify in the PCAA meet, are the California Collegiate Athletic Assn. meet and a SPAAAU meet in the City of Commerce. "The CCAA meet, however, doesn't figure to help us. It is outdoors al Cal S t a t e L.A. and good times will really be d i f f i - c u l t . "We aren't." G a m b r i l points o u t . "the only team having trouble with this rule. In some events, only nine athletes have qualified to swim in the NCAA meet, and they give points for the lop \'l finishers." In other sports at Cal State this week. Boh How University Top Ten Fared 1 UC1A. 2 2 0 . MM! Wasliinoion S3-«.: hcfll Oregon Slalo 91-66, hml Orcoon 103- 6 %. Sanlfl Clara. 2 2 1 , l«l lo S.vi IM State /1-69 in two overtimes, be.ll U.C.. " S ' ln -,'-V B o'r.'h"" c"Vo','n!'; 21-2. beat Ma,,!.TM, E3 f ·Slc^l'.'K- Doau^na 85.71, lje.il Detroit 98-% S Uiivkiion, 37-2- Iwfl! Uukr RB-B/ m ovcrliiiic. beat Virqir.ifl ICCh 79-71. h Krntiickv, "3, hc.it Genrgia 8S / / . beat' Lou*i.niti Sl.'lr lOil-39. ' 7 St. Jo'ni'v N.Y., 7I1-3, t)M1 Syracuse 71-63. bra! CollMtC 77-62. 3 DIKIUOMW, 163. beat Villnnovfl ' O S ? . Wueslhoff's baseball t e a m hopefully has five games scheduled. i n c l u d i n g a makeup doubleheader w i t h Peppmline I his afternoon on the campus field. The wrestling team has a Thursday i-ngagemeni at Biola before e n t e r i n g the CCAA meet Saturday al Cal Slate L.A. The gymnastics learn is busy, traveling to Valley Friday night lo meei i h e Matadors and UC Santa Barbara before hosting NCAA c h a m p i o n California Saturday night at 7:30. The -19er track team also opens competition, hosting ihe Long Beach Relays S a l n r d a y in an a l l day show ai Veterans Stadium. Baseball -- PooDcrdinc --·:,. Gil bl.itc t'21. camuuj Field, l run. TUFSOAY Bflscbnll-AI UC Riverside, 2.jOn.;n. THURSDAY Wrestling -- Al Biol.i 7" :0 p.m. Swimming--PCAA ,V;c:!, Belmu'i! f"i.i- 1H, Illicit 8 D.til Gvmnnslics--A' v,ill';v Sl-.le v.-ilh ur Sdiiln B.irbflra. '7-30 n m. Swinimmri--PCAA fui.ii-,. Reimon! F'l..- i,i. finals 8 u.i'i. bl U R D A Y Track--Lono BedUi Relays. Vrlerarr, Baseball' 1 Alumni G-i.nc. Blau' l : .cld, I Gvmn.istic-- CGI Berkeley 49(r ov:n, 7 - 3 0 oni. Wrestling--CCAA duals. Cal Stale L A. fl ' VoM^'yhall--UC Santa Rnrliarfl Invitational, UC Sant.l Barbar,), ail dav^ Preps Still Tiying to Beain Baseball in Alston-style. Nothing flashy, no bright lights. Kverything was right to ihe point. AlMon is .stepping into his I Bill season as tho manager i)f the Dodgers, and he's taking everything in stride. Including ills fact his t'uur s t a r t i n g pitchers aren't here. "The men who aivn't here are veterans and ihey know how to pace ihem- solves." said A l s t o n . . V t j i i t i l i r D o m i n a t e s i\lcct Sue Alwond won three events and set a new record in the -10D yard indi- v i d u a l medley as l.ake- wond A q u a t i c Club dominated the Southern Pacific Ax-.ii. AAU Senior Swim Meet Saturday and Sunday ;IL Rio Hondo J u n i o r College. Miss Aiwood broke her old mark of -l:-17.0. by n i n e - i e i u h s of a second and also posted w i n s in the 200 yard 1M and the 20U yard backstroke. Paul Benson placed second in four evcnls for Ihe Lakewood men. '.Vrm.eii s fiCfl t r c » l v l * - - A'Hl S i m - ts,.:i... 5:U.?. '.Ydmf-n's ?W l.'.l -- Su» Atwooci, :· 16 / '.Vonie'l'i .IfKT 1,'A -- Sur Alv.'OoH, 4 ^6 1 '· nii-.rn \ "0) li.n kslr-nl:E; -- ^an Al right. The only t,M, :, ',,,,-,.,,,.,, ,,,,, , ai ,. K . , : - tli.it inosi piti-hers i!Mi.i:r.' have \vh.tt is k i i t . A n ,1^ .t ' t i l e d arm' a i t o r .1 i c: !.'.i:i a m o u n t of pitching. "1 wuuid lute '..! .--'..i:; :!»· seasui! \\::!i !·'·.. \V:":-- I).:'-.-. "All ;"..,!.- t f l l 'ii:' i'! i l ^ e i r !'i!:i p r » ' d u r t i ' n !,»-' ^ea^nn a^'d we ne.^d ! i !;.iv.- ihi^ni come luck. 1 'Our p i t c h i n g c.iii b. 1 .1" pitcliers s u f f e n n g i i . - m ......a ,,s u was in the |).T :i.!iil y-.ir hui we've gut t . i h . i \ e :': - .'ie run-pr.id;:i · 't.red .inns.' " The four unsigiii-d p t i i - l i ors are lluii DrysJ.i!-. -.-.i^ h;ls." C'l.uule O-itoiMi. Bill Si:-.: 1 .- 1 :' [·;·.,· i n n i h i n a t i o n nf and Don S u t t o n . I ' . i i k e - ' . 1 eiebviT, l':iir!\ Ligl'.t oiher pi.iv.'i^ .1:.' and D.-.vis drove in 177 unsigned and nni in c.ur.p ".:a-- 1:1 H' i; 'i ' ' h e i r p r - i -- i M l c h i - r s Turn M a i l e r .i:id di:c:...n - . l i . i j . ' . i lo 1"." l.i' Jeff T'lrlior;.;: iniield.'i-, se.i.Mr. \Vo-i P.ukei. Jim l.eiehvre. !.i:;\ ::M- :'.:;:. ill til.-- Ken Hover and P.tnl Pnp.i- \ i i ~ h : a n d o u t f i e l d e r s K u n I . o i l y . I.en ( I ,i h i i e KM r. A m l v Ivisi'n and Ted S.i\ - P a i k e r w i l l iepori 10 Oodgertown I'liesda) 1 and bej'Jn w o r k n u l M . l.ei'cbv:-.' has agreed in lenns b u t won't repon inn ' I t h e player s t r i k e i-; s e t t l e d . Parker and I efehvr-.' OODCFR N O I f . S v .- ·. Ir,l Willi..!.^ · L-. rv^i'O '· . 1,llt;on to A i,. ·,..-(.,; tr.^ s.p.T 1-3 .. J.n. Gilli,im, Danny I"'li] .n\! Reel fld.lnu NEW BRAKES Distributors for: · DELCQ ·EIS · R A Y B E S T O S SAVE YOUR LIFE! . . . I N LONG » f / » C H · r-OWER 8 R 4 K E S · D R U M T U R N I N G · W H E E L 4 L I G N M E N T · BALANCING GE 8-1658 4401 E. ANAHEIM (at Ximeno), LONG BEACH EAST LONG BEACH BRAKE SERVICE 46 Veari of Dependable Strvlce O I f ihe w e a t h e r m a n coop- crates, l o u r Long Beach high school baseball teams hope to make season de- buls today. The feature game will have C I F r u n n e r u p Poly u n d e r new coach Hugh Mendez engaging St. Anthony at Blair Field. Lakewood is at borne against Dominguc/. while Jordan entertains Banning of W i l - mington in a game thai was rained out. last week. I t ' s a busy week for all i h e baseball" teams w i t h games slated each day. C1I-" b a s k e t b a l l playoff a c t i o n gels under way l-"ri- ilav night. Finals are March Ifi al Ihe 1 .A. Sporls A r e n a , l-irsl l o i i n d pairings w i l l he announced Tuesday a f i e r n o o n . Jordan, l.akewood. M i l l i - kan. Polly a n d W i l s o n ' s t r a c k teams will p a r t i c i p a t e in the Long Roach Relays Saturday at V e t e r - ans S t a d i u m . TODAY Baseball--Doiningucz a _6rct,is_(itiuKRiintD in Etmts vwk ET EIJ-M.I toitrs al El Rancho. T r a c k -- W a r r e n al Ji,rd.»i. f,'..tr:i-a .U VVMson. botli 3:1$ a.m. j : \ r . Din'. W E D N E S D A Y Baseball _ Polv vv 1... Pu.rilr .1! fil.m ric-il. 3 : 1 5 D.III. Tai-.cia at i\'!illil\an, l.oll. 3 1^ n.ni Beacll .It Wilson. ':!:I5D.in T H U R S D A Y Baseball -- F'olv V. Sa.-l,i I-,: :.[n-;.i-j-. ol Balir Field. 3 : 1 5 n. . R.lncno at LI iVluinc. Pcnnin La-juc-i -11 S t . Antnonv. all 3 : 1 S n.n' F R I D A Y Basebnll--t.akrv..c:)d -V 1..-.V.-J :.T. ·'.' tcsia at Jc.rrl.ci. both 3 I', n :i al Millikan, Jorrtiin a: \Vii,'':i, n".-/:i'', al CI Ranrhn. all 3-i 1 ; :'.nt. Gymnaslics--Pasti'lona nl L.i'e..-.i-"i I'n:/ al Ncwnor! Hart).,- iV ; '.l.l ' _.v.,ivia'r. £1 Ranfio a! S*Jt'i t - . i - s , -.· S A T U R D A Y Track-Joman. L.IW.OM. ^ .". i..... no. man. EICH.SC.^ PSOOF. sttajp rv:- r j!-'.' r.^'- t to 16 -J. Vikcs Try to Launch Metro Spring Slate ' I h e weather doesn't indicate it, but .spring sports are supposed to begin in earnest at Long Heach City College this week. Coach Joe Hicks is scheduled to begin Metro- How Small College Ton Ten Fared I AUll,lll.l ?? I. I'Crtt Ohio \VCSlev.lll VI .11. l»Ml Slcutittivinc ·!»·»· ?. l-.lnmonl, W.v,i . 2.11 tell IVf,! Lllieilv 4760, tall VI. V.i. Sl.lle I! '2 .!. KenliKkv \veslev.l'i. Ifl-S. (oil lo D^'l.i Sl-ite 8J.?9. Jj Laniar Trill I'-I. W.I I" 1 .TM"" v-fslern LouKi.in.i V'.-'l. io:.t lo Houi ^. Trriiitv, lex., In 4, lie.ll Aik.ins.is M.ilc 90 87. 6. Sonlliwcsteiil Lnuisi.lun 185, DC.TI Lnmar Trch 8S-/.I. /. Slciihcn f. Auslin, 2-1-3. HM' Soiilh- wcM rexai fi.l-7. 1 .. I'enl McMurrv 110-92, lien! Hflsf Tex.i^ Sl.llc 115-9.S. 8. Howard Pavnc, 23-3, heal f-«l Jj»- · s Slalo B3-6?, heal lex.14 A I 81-63, bcal Soulhwcsl Texas 78-70. 9. Souln Dakota Slalc, 18-4, beat North Dakota Stale 99-92, lost to Norlli Dakola 91 8l in Soutti Carolina Stale, 20-3, hen! Tus- keiet «3-?2, lost lo Tuskcgea 65-59. polilan Conference play with his baseball team Tuesday at Cerrilos College and then host Pierce College Friday at 1:30 at Blair Held. Tennis also begins conference play with two matches and the swimming and track teams also s t a r t M e t r o action w i t h a meet apiece. Golf and gymnastics are s t i l l in lire-season competi- t i o n . W i n t e r spoils basketball and wrestling concluded last week. TUESDAY Baseball--Melrouolilaii Conlcicnce onener ,11 Corrilos, 2:30 n.m. Goll--At Harbor College. 1 D.m. WEDNESDAY Tcnnli--Al Ccrritos College, 2:30 o.m. FRIDAY Baseball--vs. Pierce al Blair Field. 'Track--vs. Pierce. 2:30 u.m. Swlmmino-al EL Camino, 3:3p«.m. Tonnli-vs. Santa Monica, 2:30 p.m. GvmmiJitlcs-vs. Cal Slalo Fullertm. 3 n.rn, Never say"Canadian" without f~*~ 'Hie Canadian Clubman's Code; Rule Z. Some "Canadian-;" aren't bottled in Canada. But Canadian Club i. Under Canadian Government supervision. N o o t h e r whisky tastes q u i t e l i k e . Canadian Club. It's the w h i s k y that's bold enough lo be lighter t h a n them all. Practice the C a n a d i a n C l u b m a n ' : ; Code, Rule _: never say " C a n a d i a n " without saying "Club." US. Government test finds Carlton lowest in "tar." In fact, it shows two packs of Carlton have less"tar" than one pack of any leading brand. I

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