Independent from Long Beach, California on April 1, 1963 · Page 22
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P«g» C-J -- INDEPENDENT ··-- *«·- "«- t IM ----.-;:'73 _. · ' · · ' · Can Lew-the-Dew Dp It? It Looks Like It Cfticaga CJL) ANOTHER 'SILKY' Sullivan's Silk, a 2-year-old filly, will 'cany come-from-bchind tradition of her blood lines into quartsrhorse racing whsn Los Alamitos opens April 9. First offspring of famed thoroughbred Silky Sullivan, she's shown here with trainer Tony Arroyo. AT 'ALAMITOS There's Another 'Silky' Coming Remember Silky Sullivan. 1 Sullivan, but the first for her,,..,,.. the c o m e - f r o m-b e h i n d darn. Cupid's Vandy, owned 5r___'- thoroughbred? , by Alex Weinstein. I.AUS The famed red SUE ion, now, * · ·· * i ri FraS a sire, has an offspring in- SULLIVAN'S Silk is al- vading the ranks of quarter- ready the pet of the barn,! horse racing this spring. ithough trainer Tony Arroyo Sullivan's Silk, the first off- sa!d that * hen he f" irlt heard Prttt Lew Burdette. veteran right-hander who ij aiming for a comeback with MU- waukee this year, pitched a 2-0 five-hit shutout for the Braves over Baltimore in Sunday's exhibition base- balL The 36-year-old Burdette worked the full nine innings at Miami ^J didn't issue a single base on balls. He stnxi. out two and in only one inning did the Orioles get a runner past first base. That came in the third when- the Orioles bunched three of their hits but failed to score. John Orsino. who had doubled, was caught at first plate trying to score on Mike McCormick's single to center. a · a · · BURDETTE now h a s pitched 32 exhibition innings and yielded only one run. The Braves got both their runs in the top of the third on successive singles by Ty Cline, Frank Boiling and Hank Aaron. · Two homers by Joe Pepitone and one by Hector Lopez high-lighted a I7-hit attack as the New York Yankees whipped the Chicago White Sox 10-4 at Sarasota. Jake Wood accounted for three RBI on a single and homer to spark Detroit to a 6-3 victory over Minnesota * * * At Saravwa. na.: »ew »ara (· - KJ m JO-- II u at Orlando. A single to center with the bases loaded in the eighth by rookie Tcm Brown drove in two runs and gave Washington a 4-2 triumph over SL Louis at Pompano Beach. Jay Hook fanned nine and allowed seven hits in pitching the New York Mets to a 6-1 conquest of Kansas City al St. Petersburg. Hook. '.working the whole game, yielded the A's run on Norm Siebern's homer in the third. The Mets now have won 13 exhibition games compared to 12 for the entire 1962 spring season. 101 111 toe-- « | 3 Terry, Bat/tan (81 and Howard; Bui" naror, Ptttrt t). Wllhelm (71 an* Martin. W«--TtiTT. LP--ButtiarOI. HR»-- Pnjjtone 2J, toeez. Martin. · At Waml. f la.: Miiwauiea mvxnt--t s i summon eosaoiioo--· t Burden* and Tarre; McCormlck, M«r. *rn (5), McN»rT» it) and OrMTO. WP- Surdeflv. LP--McCormldk Al Orimda Fl*.: - On ITI 000-- 1 4 1 (71, rjvjtal (* and! Si/ITi van (7 and' LP--Sligman. HR-- I »«.»., , GRIDIRON PRACTICE OPENING UCLA begins spring foothill prkctice today.' with a contingent of 20 lettermen ex- ected to tarn out for the tec r.d year of the T formation t Westwood. .Today narks the debut of wo new poaches on the Bruin staff-r/ormer Yale coach Jor- laa Olivar and former St. Anthony High coach Lew Stueck. )livu is a parttime aide, tu- oring the q u a r t e r b a c k s . Itueck. up from Loyola High. is the cew Frosh coach. Twenty days of drills lie ahead, with .the climax a varsity-alumni game. ' Halfback Mike H a f f n e r who missed all of last season ecause of a knee injury, is ready to return to action, it was revealed. Haffner was the AAWU ground-gaining champion in 1961. * · · a NORTHWESTERN, Purdue and Ohio State open Big Ten drills today, with the other conference representatives getting started on or before April 15: Wisconsin's d e f e n d i n g champions open Tuesday, In diana Thursday, Minnesota April 6, Michigan State Apri 8, and Iowa. Michigan and Illi nois April 15. Northwestern expects 77 candidates for the team in eluding 27 lettermen. Purdu will have 82 candidates includ ing 20 lettermea and Ohii State will have between. and 70 men including 21 let termen. --Stiff Phot. , . na . U 000«-- l i t Fomieles , . n i spring of the bi; red stallion. !°' the wedding between Silky, "t,"'^"-'. not cnry looks a great deal Sullivan and Cupid's Vandyig, i«« like her daddy, the indications "-- =^ -- ~- AlSrft think much of it are that she might ma like' " Bu t as soon as 1 saw her. ' him. too-- which is a ' thought, that's a runner. And cult way to win a 540-yard ! sfle comes by her good looks race, but a spectacular way. honestly, for Silky Sullivan to be sure. :was big and muscular and Sullivan's Silk is not only Cupid's Vandy was the bestf? the first young'un for Silkyj lookm * Vlnd y "O^* ! « ver LP° Fla.T n wo oo--I 7 Slmnxmt iJSr~U). Shannon and; Oliver; Oslecn and LeBOert. !.·--^anti. MR*-4_oct. Bov«r. I At St. Petersburg. Fla.: I Kansas Citv 001 OOt 0 INTERNATIONAL IT.AYOK Captain of Mexico w-ater polo team, Herman Chavez, gets international greeting from Long . Beach City College students Sylvia Flood and student body president Norm Murrow. Mexico team has six matches scheduled here before heading for Pan-American Games in Brazil late this month. CALIENTE RESULTS n«ST HCE-4 THE .*£{ PALMER 'METHOD A yyjo car ·_ « rot soiio scp«£$* ( ,_." . A sound gnp ihcuU ttrrt two' major function. It shouU prvj^Af · (I) noxlBtum urufy betWer) thj» ' tank end 2) nozlmura ceatfroTcf. if* club. Tr,« popular Vcriao,- er overlapping grip GMmtreKort;, 'I end '2) fret snaxinure «r«S-. cation of tf* hands fe«covse H ' qyirtt Ira tpac* en «fi« any orrCT typ« of grip. !·« grip, »Wch Hoi (he linlt Kngef of rH« njta hero) lapping over rftc f e r * f i r g * cf «f* Iff', of 10 provide! tufTieien* club control tor mat golfers. ^v . * w. * * f ~ " Hw«y«v oolfen wirbvraa\alrf - imoll or »ec* hcni con ocV«»t e v e n greater cl ub control 'Vi tK «f« Kr-fingtred gnp flluttnilen '31 MTUCJI fini rn« rljtil KoncFj tittle finger eErtctl/ on rhe dob.' »"f« fw oil fceg!nren. Tbt pompUet'i yaun ·or I0 and ttarrfti, return en»elop« ««nj to.___ ^ c AmoU Falmtr, c/o *·» newspaper. · ; ··_' Barber Fires Sizzling r 67 for Azalea Prize ^ WILMINGTON, N.C (UPI),with 279, five strokes in back --Jerry Barber made up in of Barber, who went ihto'the heart what he lacked in size final round leading the field Sunday by blazing a familiar by one stroke. "-_*- 'path to post his fourth sub- par round and become the first nun to win the $22,500 tournament Neotune star, Yanez_ 4"sg" 1 10 140 - · · -- · - - · - - · ______ jjg 3.60!:, Barber, who won th« Azalea THE U7-pound Barber,-at five foot seven inches one" of the smallest men in the'tour- nament, had carded a 69,' 68 and 70 in his earlier rounds. o TMIBO KACE--* fclrtwifli: Dor. Win. Hilt ll-« DOUItE . . XACE--4 fcjrtaim: Doctor F+ioare, Peterson I.H 4*0 Victory Princess- Frazter S.2g Comedy eeiie. Raits.. Time-Ijtm. Firm B.ACIT. ... tron Hebei.. Hunt'' *TM 1 -- 1953 and 1%I, sizzled the He picked up $2300 in first 18 holes in the 72-hoIe,prize money and split a $200 ,,,'event in a five under par CT.bonus with Dow Finsterwald, IZ to give him a 14 under par'both of whom fired the Say's total of 274. 3 so Billy Maxwell, Doug Ford, JS : Jack Rule, Larry Beck and toaweo-sert-on.-,. j Eruce Crampton finished in atiT" "*** low score of 67. Finsferwild finished at 2S3. '· r "" ·" ' IC.nO IMI-7MI--774 . Scratctic^--*.ata »rf Tart 1X1 ao4 K1 FANFARE exc= V.S _ ,_ ?=2=sCT=P S X NSW^fe 9,-CrES/ ~ saw. She never got to run. jShe developed a lung in-! 'fection when she was being broken as a 2-year-old," Ar-j royo eiplained. H-- I T I !»-- 4 r i wiiiv ix-»BcwxKy 4) and ·ryjn.- t*xh and Taylor Coleman in. IP--Oretow- W SaToieS* Calif, - "· francisce --_ tot J7« OCJ-- 1 1 4 Clereland Joe 3O» K*-- I II I . Fisr«r (O and (alley: tamos. in and ttfwards. »p_Ramos, .anen. Duncan Takes Ascol SDRA Slain Event Ace Duncan took the lead -She looks a lot like SHky,"jon the 17th lap and went on Arroyo said. "She has his to win the 30-lap main event. head and muscular body. CHANCE, BO NAMED TO FACE DODGERS War Gambler, (Continued from Page C-!) Van Doren and 123-J. other . fans watched the Angels close out the Palm Springs' phase of the 1563 season Sunday on the short end of a 9-3 engagement with Houston. Belinsky was the loser. tax; Halasfcl M. rat. Ha scraticnes. · IHTM met--4 furtorm: wanaoanka. Pelenan.-, a a tot set a track record and com- |plete his grand-slam Sunday -SHE'S the best 2-year-old^t the SDRA super-modified, yielding eight hits and four I ever trained. She's quiet and races at Ascot Park in Gar-! runs fo» sil innings. He was |easy going, but shell do what dena. lever you ask. When she's lm onT'V!if Je *^5 t D -"^^ -. ,, joe. Sim- - . - - i n y LblDle, 1:31.04. I . . . . .rSSwS^'s? T^i-iSS! -Being quiet m the gate "IfSS^?'!*. t» ,,.._' finished she's quiet again. important in a quarterhorse.| wa.g-ii-uiv-oCncan, ac* Fr«i. t*» Because if they stand juiet:f£5 j r ^ aff ^-S M Tnomas. 11.5174. great, Silk is 1 Triumphant fatcr and Sullivan's Silk is' f"S Beach Sox tr Club no different j took » '-° default win over 'Shell eat anytfun? youi^ e S3a Ke S° Marines Sun- put in front of her," Arroyo, 1 ^ m the first round of the said, and at that time she! Southern California Municipal V.TIS nibblins on a bucket |«Metic Foundation Soccer Shell enKven the spring Les Alamitos meetin* ing April 9. the victim, however, of shabby fielding support and when confronted by a two on, no out situation in the sixth he m a s t e r f u l l y pitched his way to freedom. "He was a working pitcher today," said Rigney." He showed me some real class when he pitched out of that jam." quick' pounds. - I've been feeling weak lately." This was the first time Mamie has seen her favorite Bo pitch. This romance could get serious," observed Belinsky. ~It could if I let it Right now I'm a little unadjusted." ' Asked if Belinsky was the first baseball player she has dated. Mamie replied: "He's the first sportsman I've ever gone with.' The other men were the indoor type." A l t H - A M e t , ;.;!£? Burton jt tmpi« a *-» I * N 4 ·: 3 t IS five-way tie for second place 3-00 ~ DODGERS- (Continued From Page C-!) 5;g i though his foot b e c a m e 3 M , wedged under the fence as he .(S7S11. . IVS01 } Sittord (ttSW ; Dow Fimterwald (1570) ] Wes JM£°°* i^m ] Jim Ferree (V -- 2-774'--CO »7»7%--5»3 _tVMO) 73-70JV77--Tto ,' landed. ers a teinuoiary scare, but escaped wit- S.H fla more tnaa a scraped toot ... Tammy SOOBayte was an earlier and atoo minor IK ctuaity ... A cram» M His ridlt ttiiuh Ooroe ftaver . . _ . . Tommy Bolt (J77S) 7V7K»n--n* ·Uller larber __«375) 73-78-73 n--TU jin wriont r -- --Harold Knrece i Bob CHarits _ Raft Duaen uke Ferctikt . -- H TtHTW RACE-- Fi turtorm: I Lett. Itencnej Tammy after tie scared to tte j mfrd irmirB. Maory wait was tteltf out tf^.*; »» of «ia itarsrs linetn tecauie mis snoul-;g*»J J" oer a stn tenner, out ha «rter« as a * . Fran* Wharron . JC75I 46-73-74-72--2S6 IJ1501 73-73.7TJT--517 (I1SCI 70-73-78.71--717 I Bndn McMunM. who Dad ff-rw Jut*. fh4 a * d o z - . TWO TieitiTS, . , - . , fix wnjjjti i mcvM. . TICKTJ Frvt WW. and Frai* fl Tin* .1-OT%. Ka acrai^chet. TWELFTW «tCF-« furWVI owA'K^%e%Ca!unefa 44.28 tmJe. Herrera ^ '^-f thrtw»r. Wlhon Hammer Ilil?, S.D. Rider Wins v m. cayisv kiB Wi _ _ 'ard . . . John tin wore BIS glasses tor ttie frst time whJ 1 * SJC turt ... He artw three warts, wftica 3 40 snould prow something. J*»: TamBa Chamber of Commerce made a .big hit wim the players by presermng . M ^eadl with a POfl «f cigars ... Circinna« · °0 one-*d to seg uara catcher Hank Fanes }£ ? 5? SSI"!*. «y_coun not cite k.r. T«nunr HJTPCT, a .333 hitler «f San Diego last vtar . . . Martw alnadv UK rt»**» r.mM to mow «rofn ctnler a to left . . . r«tt Rn«, tiiR en Iht aa C** rtnVr, aKa t» «rious bid for an trrfeia lob R«s« a switch-hitter doubled twtcr «%4 Hrevt » fw» rurtj Sunaw wh.i« s . ~ .^« ^..t., R1GNEV also rev-ealed ,, Cup Playoffs at Pan American! that Belinsky and Chance ~ ' had been notified of the but the Roberts Triumphs at Southeastern 500 BRISTOL, Term, (UPI) · Glenn (Fireball) Roberts JDaytona Beach, Fla, barreled £ a 1963 Ford at a track-record pace of 7631 miles per hour! to win the Southeastern 500, n«liin" Facts . f haJ3uf 414 in andifnf--4M ang'en I tarracuda. 13 *" **"' u "*"*"'· Sports Calendar «,,,,,,,. ,,. im . Roberts took J3,775 rronev in the 250-mi!el "·"»-*·! r«e*c t *.m. Women's Sofll.all NASCAR race on a half mile track. Fred Lorenren of Eta-,^. , rt lw , ,,, ,, hurst. 111, also in a 1EX3 Ford.,^£S;Ji : *7l31,- S , 'S. took second. ··!""· c " mo " '" ·"· TODAY'S SPORTS SHORTS amount of their fine, he refused to divulge figure. ·They've been fined that's all there is to period," said Rigney. "I have no comment on the amount" said Eo, "but it's going to take a Jot of pool playing to win it back." Btlinsky admitted his stuff wasn't the best Saturday." I haven't thrown a good fast ball a!l spring." he added. "But when the bell sounds FU be ready. I'm going to put on five * * * ANCIf 5: Tt!« Angefs deoarfi BEACH. WV-Ralph White of Diepo drove his Davidson at record-shattering 1 ^] speed Sunday and won , .«eo» are 13-11 tnej W. Davis has scored II runs ta The i American Motorcycle Associ-ce.'s.T?« V!":S1nd it,'»5M. T R a ation's 22nd annual 200-mile!saws"K"hew a 73doer' sia5u5.°r*ct«"S !i road race. '·%'~?MTM\SSS3-£3£ He was clocked at 77.678 *~* iX2- Jsr 1 '. ??^r « w « miles per hour over a two-j mile course laid out over the infield of Daytona Inter-J jjjoj'nationa! Speedway. a " . . Rolero Wcatlicrs Slormforlx^ad * turn and piled up yawl. machine. He was not in-even Hoop Trials Srt j BAY, Jamaica 73-foot California Bolero, was leading! ,- other yachts Sunday) 'in the Miami to Montego Bay jVacht race. Mrs. Sally Ames Lang-- The muir's powerful yawl had top eliminator Graffio of Qeargrove . O k l a , ll AAU national champs. -^ pit their size and experience «». From Page C-l) agamrt the youth and fire o f , ' two Kiuad! while Joc'* ' BETTER^ THAN ANY CLAIM 1 , BaldwmM. Bald- s to San Sah-ador Bolero 35 miles ahead' Don \\1xlan of Buffalo, who quit bowling for 13 yean because he lost interest, fired a blistering 258256-216--730 Sunday to take first place in the classic singles at the continuing ABC tournament. · · · · DETROIT Red Wing veteran Gordie Howe celebrated his 35th birthday Sunday with two assists and a goal in leading th« Wings to a 4-2 Stanley Cup playoff victory over Chicago. · · · * LNCLEWOOD'S Darkne Hard combined with Brazil's Maria Butno to win the women*! doubles cham- pionship in . the Altamira Club tennis tourney. a a · · STRANGERS W h e t l e r Fariih and Chock Watt combined a quick partnership, winning the third annual LaQuinta Invitational Golf Tournament in Pahn Springs. BOLIVIA defeated Brazil, 5-1, to win it« first ever South America f o o t b a l l , (soccer) championship. Paraguay and Argentina battled to a 1-1 tie in the consultation contest MICHIGAN 'claimed its I rr 11 NCAA Rymnastici championship, but the trophy should so to the Wol- verines one-man gang. G3 LaRose. LaRose won three individual titles and finished in the top five in three more of the rune events. Illinois was the runner op for the third successive year. · · * a S E N A T O R cwnen an- nc=ccd the sale of shortstop Ken Hamlin to Rochester. Himfin hit .232 . . . Maywood Park h a r n e s s driver Bob Fairinjtoa was reported in good condition after his crack-up of last Thursday. Farrinjton suffered multiple injuries, including a broken collarbone, broken right shoulder and five broirt ribs. for to? outboard. |"'** ' Larry Bledsoe of Betlftower ,,., .. , is beinj; treated at Long! " '- Hockry Beach Conmunity Hospital VtSVat! for possible internal injuries W V*!*! *H ofTT'ff J-i-»TI_-T onr-VAga sL^ar LA. 41 J'_T_ I ·ortlanj S. Seotan* 1 Vwicower 4. 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