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Vote to Break Metro Tie 1 The question' still r e m a i n * ' as to the representative of the Metropolitan Conference In the Southern California JC baseball playoffs. By virtue of Friday's action there Is a three-way tie for first place, end according to league rulings th» representa- tlve will be chosen by vote Mon day. The winner will play Palo, mar Tueiday at Escondldo at 3 p.m. Long Ileach City College blew Its chance for top honors In IDS. Ing, 6-3 In R 12 Inning affair to Valley. Harbor pulled the upset MKTROrnlJTAN CONrKKEMCB (I'lMl HI«41lMl K.Ml 1- A. VaMiy «IOd«d. a it ; Ba.kariM.14 4 6 lUrbor 1 11 C«nlK ··· wl In- rt«,,'i R».ll. ,, Villtr ·. LRcn na innlmit. H»rbor 3. Kwt U A. 9 110 lulnfl), 8»« UI4IU 4, Sllllll Mnl4 I. i , Long Beach City College's Dick Flschl, eyes fixed on finish line, skims last v barrier nicely on way to meet record.tying 14,4' win in 120 high hurdles of .;, Southern California JC meet. Valley's Alonzo Wllklns (left) ran third, behind *' 'Harbor's Bob Cook, not shown. of the season n« It won Jls first . game In 14 league tries, 3-2, .tm.TM..^ -,,,--si n w- over East Los Angeles In 10 In- LONE VIKING VICTORY nlngs. San Diego topped Santa Monica 4-2. to end with nn 11-3 mark, the same at LBCC and East L.A. . Bill Hlgglns held 1he Vikings scoreless In the final five In nlngs «s Valley came from be. hind with two runs In the seventh and scored the winning run In the 12th on a single, a walk and a Texas Leaguer Jerry Kelley paced City College's attack with five for five. AM II (I A Artami.ll 3 1 ] 6Oliarai.rf II n 2 II ll.rlnark.rr o 2 2 ICrlnar.ll 3 O 0 0 I urm.fk.lr, 4 1 « 2('aaaaoVllt 4 2 2 2 p.l.rri'ill.ll 3 l O OUHrhall.lb 1 1 ) 1 1 1 f c a g l l . a p I ' l l I M a y n a i . J b 4 2 2 3 Paollnatll.rt 4 l 3 OKrinn.rl · O S 0 Mlcha.l'.db 4 1 ] llZlm.rmh.Ib 4 1 0 8 K.IUv.Jb li (V T jWrlghl.M « i 3 3 fl.l.r.i. 0 o 0 J Ha«u.« ft o n o Huilga.p 4 0 1 3 lll«llm.fti i 3 1 T TrllK « 1 1 11 19 I. H. V. f ...... ____ l ' ____ Tolill 17I13H B--Adiai'i. iiagi. Wrl.nl. H--Hlrh. "lkk,n?n~ K """'- -*1 *" 7 ' *'·"·- ~-~~ l'l' ll Blw r |lnilna"a, malar"!, "liudinW - IIM ( ^_ A(ltm , · ,,, tll ., Ui Iroyv Bruins Dominate v'.,v' : ' · * ; · . ' · ' · , ' ' PCG Cinder Prelims ·-' EUGENE, Ore. (UP)--Powerful teams from Southern California and UCLA dominated preliminary events at the opening of the Pacific Coast Conference track !«·-- Wtiltt (H). Poyalir (P), Mill* II.AI, Hchlrk (M8AI. P«rr/ I K.LAI. KrlckW! ( M B A ) . H. l«|lll mitl »c- ord by Pollock lRlv*nirli|, IK:H; U«D- H I V A . I ind Biitltr ICu.l, lk4), 31(1--J-ornl.r ( P| Him (I.AI, Ptrry I K U A I , Whin (tlDAi, Hourt (LAI, rkHin I M H A ) , il.o. «l--U..rr. . l . A i , Srhrtlntr nil. Phlllln! I U I , Wllll. ( U S A / . Ccbb ( I I I , Uumar (Cl. I, 4k.V. HNtt--Jordan I1ISAI, KfMhkW ( H A ) . . . . . . " ., rl^l^ Kr»|jp OIHAI, uru«it.r. id,. ii.rri~.i:CUP (if the outstanding field and field championships Friday on ri Preliminaries, held In 10 of 13 ·ain-soakcd Hayward field. . Hlilliu a, tn ]. Skc rtl 1 C.. .,*.....*,«... .. jacljr. Milr-hall, KB-- ohiiv.r HPB--Adami (hlgglnij, Ohav* ·r Irl.U". 7 Olympians inOxyMeet - ' A crack field of seven Olympic ' track ard field stan will take "the field In today 1 * Occidental Invitational Relays. The meet gets under way at 2 p.m. at Patterson Field. Most recent additions are former world record holder Bud Held and Olympian Phil Con ley to an already fine javelin flclt*. Held, who threw 253 feet to win «t Fresno last week, Joins Benny Garcia, Steve Sey mour and Chuck Harlow In that event. O t h e r 1938 Olympic team members to compete are decath lon champ Milt Campbell, mller Jerome Walters, high-Jumper ' Charlie J)umas, shotputter Par. ry O'Brien and discus thrower ^ Fortune Gordlen. Campbell will head a fine hur. dip field of Bill Johnson, Jim . Ball, Clarence Treat and a surprise starter In this event, Dumas. Dumm will oppose his old rl . val, Ernie Shelton. In the high Jump, , , . events, fallccj to produce any records and favorites generally :ame through as expected. SC, almost perpetual winner of the PCC title, Is a slight fav orlte to regain the crown It loit last year to UCLA by 2'i.polnts, But the meet could go right down to the mile relay. A r e d * hot 440-yard dash shaped up between UCLA's Russ Ellis and Washington's Terry Tobacco. The hmky runner had 48,3 and Ellis, who relaxed near the finish, won his heat tn 48.6. Don Chesarek of Stanford equalled Tobacco's 48.3. SC and UCLA each qualified for 13 places. In the final". Oregon qualified for 11 places. Stanford had 8, Washington 7. California 3, Washington State 4 and Idaho J. IM (III kMll--King (Calt. Jnhnaon (Ul'I.A, barhy ( W a . h i . ».»; llnil Mall -Wan** (I'CLA), Andaraon (Orll, · -- rl. (Ortl, ».T. LEFTY' INVITE BADFORYAIVKS · JS'EW TtOKK Un -- The Yankee* got a.lett-hauded III vltatlnn from thft Tigers Friday night to do somo more nlght-rluhbiiig. With D e t r o i t noutlipaiv Billy Hoeft celebrating his 25tli birthday, the Tigers tacked the following Invlttv. tlon on their club houw bulle* tin board *t Yankm Stadium) "All those wUhlng to at- trod Hoeft's birthday party at the Copa tonight, ilgn b«- Idrt'. SprrUI curfew--t a, tn. Bring brBH-knucklfM," llorft bent the Yanks, 4-1. (UCLA), 4 8 3 ; (Inil Jw.ll-- T o b « « · o (W«Hl(. H.ll (tt'HCI, 4H.S: 13M h««l)-- Kill* Hrooki lie). 411.t. ilal h»»l I^Bowd.n (Call. Bora* Idaho , Baaman tUCl.nl. Klrkbf If*. .:52.4j (2nd haall--Ball./ (Orel, Win, inn. A n . I . r . on (HO). J. IMI (i;ri.A). l:M.l. Hlgb kinlM (I It h..ll--!. a w I o n .rld, Thom|aon |UCI*AI. K a r a n a n [WHPI, 14. ft; (2nd liaal) -- Blngir IWuhl, Cobb Ulan), Baihin (Orii «!*· . . . ..^ -J.JD--IJWIO" (Hrv Cameron Wins Midget Feature at Cardena · . Don Cameron of D o w n e y nabhed his second feature win of the season as he beat Ana. , helm's Billy Cantrell by four car lengths In the 30.1ap URA midget main event at Gardens Stadium Friday night In 7:40.fi4, Joe Blnter of San Diego was third. Buddy Iff won the 13-lap srml In the time of 4:.6.56 and the trophy dash went to Jolinny Wood. Ja'.Vlin^-VulT.'. (SCI, Roldan (Slin), allalk (HCI. Naliand (Rlanl, Blniham lOrai. Niudici (0«ii. r- IIIMK--B.bk» I H A l Vli-k (Url^i, K««n P«lar« l«CI, (Stan I. rulloru (Waih), Ealaa (Oral, 1U-1, U.S. Cuppers Win Openers PORT OF SPAIN, Trlnldadj UPl -- The United States took a commanding lead over thi British West Indies In theli first round American zone Davis Cup tennla competition Friday City League ' Softball Scores 1.1 I,utr,«ran 001 410 1--T t 1 Our Savior Ijllhira.* 001 (JOO u-- J 4 ft U0.ru. ai Klanaali MiUlnOB. Klalfr « TollalaOfi, Kallli. Dnlvarillr Uilbaran . 100 001 » 001-- J 17 Hi--17 1 l/riiriraii Blua 207 lli-17 11 0 ' Andllaoa. B«in, Hodsara * Vmircan; Mu.l.r, KMk 4. anllb, fcblanil. I.I Clirlllla* , 404 120 V-ll · 4 Comua Ofb , 04(1 110 II-- · 10 6 HuiMak * Blown: llavlla * tniplab. ·- l? "«^- l ff.n"ci»'»»»|lj :: j f 1 !«· AIIM (Jir. Clu. 001 111 ^a»r»· Voulh , . 001 OJO , Hrallh 4\ Cunnlnxlwini 1J« OM Mm .. OIJ (I 1 0-- It li TajrMr, Brown * Culbarlao ·Ironi « UfUrn. I. B Harbor ib) Arm' vr; Rtilh. Flandara A Knowlai. *«i» Ratlnan ,,...- MIO 024 o_ · S Alalaa . 32 (K«l »-- 7 * Mllbradl BIM| Lamp*: Aoblnioii, ca and biarrll. Hark- n.fi- -.- 003 SIO J-- » · · when Veteran Vic Selxas o Philadelphia and 28-year old Bernard (Tut) Bartzen of San Angclo, Tex., came through with itrnlght set victories. Selxai, veteran International. 1st. first defeated Peter Phillips 6-0, 6*2, 6-0. And then Bartzen turned back Ian MacDonald, 6-1, 6-0. 6-1. The VS. can wrap up the best-of-flve series today when Selxas pairs with Grant Golden of Wllmette, III,, In the doubles against Phillips and MacDonald, Bartzen needed only 49 min utes to wrap his match against the 24-year old former Cam' bridge University star. That was nine minutes longer than Selxas needed to dispose of Phillips. Rodewald iir 2-Hit Blank' for Panthers ;; Bv JOHN HEVMOUR t Lynn Rodewald hurled a nifty two-hit shutout Friday as Jordan High downed Poly, 4-0 on the DcMlllo diamond. Big sticks tor the Panthers were Dennle Evans with three nils and Rudy with two. After scoring an unearned run In the third, Jordan pushed ihree men across In the sixth on Glade Smith's triple, a two-base TTor, a single by Starr and Ivans' double. Only two Jackrabbits reached second, M4M Pair AH 110 A AH I I I ) A lonn.lf 2 0 : 0 Dunran.Sb a I t J Jill.ll «f 4 0 4 0 Uuiur.ll 2 II 2 (I .awrnrOb 4 II 5 n Dunn.tf a 1 0 (I Kmllh.la 4 1 1 3 Val.nli.il .1 I) (I 1 - ·' - 0 3 0 Clavaland.rf 2 (I 2 0 - 2 0 ,1 I » O jn.lb 2 _ ... Birrylilll.lb 2 0 1 o Jolinaon,3b Ktarr.rl 4 3 o o «.KU Hlarr.rf 4 'J » ocaiiawir.lb Wblllir.. 3 0 4 1 Bowman,* 2 II 4 (I Kvani.ab 3 3 1 3 Klni.p t 0 0 ] Rodiwald.p o O 0 1 1 o I 2 fl White Sox Rally Clips Orioles., 3-2 BALTIMORE (UR)-Mlnnle MI- noso'i two-run double In the eighth Inning brought the league- leading Chicago White Sox from behind for their »Uth straight victory, 3-2, over the Baltimore Orioles Friday night. Until the eighth, lefthander Art Ceccarelll, recalled from /ancouver of the Pacific Coast league only three days ago, had imltcd tho White Sox to just three hits. . .,.., ... - , .., Dick -Donovan, who gave up six of the Orioles' seven hits Including a solo homer to Tito "rancona, won his second game, t was the Orioles' sixth one-run defeat of the season. Southland Highs Won byFischl Mt San Antonio captured the Southern California jun lor college track and fieli championship handily a Citrus JC Friday as three national records fell. Hottest mark wan a senna tlonal 22.8 clocking In the 220- yard low hurdles by Harbor's Willie White, who also won the 100 In 9.6, He bettered the tx Kline hurdles record which he shared with Bill Swlsshelm by three-tenths of a second. Despite the swlrt time, second inly In the world .to the 22.3 by "resno State's Ancel Robinson his season, White got a poor tart when one of his starting lock chocks slipped, allowing 1 Long Bench's Dick Flschl to lead or irost of the race. Flschl was also under the old record In 23-flat. Flschl's 14.4 win In the 120 highs was one of wo meet records tied while sev. n of the 14 were broken. Compton's · Jerome Jennings xcceded the national jayree Incus record by his Tartar pred- censor, Sim Iness, with a toss f 168 feet, 6!i Inches. Mt. SACs mile relay team led all the way to barely null an other jaycee record In 3:15.6, Fanfare (Mik, Mil* la*, ator ||, | fir Season TonigKt Joe Rodgere' · Long Bea Wtehawks, world champions softball, open another season t night when they take on San aula at Park Ave. Field at 8: p.m. . The Hawks boast · rost hlch Includes eight All-Amc cans and by Indications of the rllllant workouui (ho past fl weeks they, may be ready, f me of Iheii finest years. Long Beach, which has wo lie International S q f t b a Hague's world chaniplonih or three of the past four yean '111 have virtually the sam artlne team that won th rown last year. The lone exception Is In lef eld. Ted Herder, well-known ocal fans, Jias won the starttn xrth. His fellow outflelderv IIJ be Lucky Humlston In cen erfleld and Bill Hull In righ eld, Stan White, the great sbftlm 11-Ameflcan, will catch. Th ifteld lines up with Larry llvas at first; Cleo Goyette a econd; Clint Herron, third rnmy Jones, shortstop. Each I l All-Amerlcan. Jack Randall, another Al merlcan, Is slated to hand! he pitching duties. Johnn Fouch, former SC football hero IF Track Stars ·* ~ ^ ^^. Tangle at Compton O L A hot of fine sprinters nnt lllin.1,3 «,2b AH M n A AB HO A FtilltltiOb 4 ,t J 4 nirdn«r.7b 4 U 4 4 2 u 4 3 H«.yd,lti 4 n » 1 3 '2 o ti Fri.n«on«.rC 4 3 3 d -Oll..r.o ' 4 1 6 1) Ni»ln.iti.ir 4 1 ll (t Ktby.cf 4 2 1 0 TrUnd(j«.a 4 1 6 .-.n.liVrf 4 0 1 U Pllarrm.ef 3 3 1 tropo.tb 4 O H 3 r.WIIII«mt 1 o O 0 p«rl«io.is) 4 M) 4 Htll,:ib ^ U .1 unov*n,p 2 u 2 4 Brl1«w*Hr. 3 1 1 fi Bftttty l l n o CMHiTCIIl.p 3 U Htv»r« ti ti U 0 L«.'«lm»,p 0 U 1 1 · , TtUli _ , ·-- Hint ltd ft. _ .. . or Bit.or In 8t ^ ·--UroundiMl out for in Hh, 11. i .0,1.1 ibvtlvrti I by Klrkuj/ l U H A f , " Mil*--Ad.imJ Co.), N«l (F. I,*-' r1»u aiHAi, Tobln (), Kevin! (LCl, *' "m» (Oi. 4;ir..N ibftUri mtft r«c- of 4!i«.7 by fkhwtifcBtt (K, !»!.,,, . M|l*--4*4»rrt4rU 1 M H A K A dm mi (Co. f, RlMnm..n B h Wmrit W H A » , Ptr«,i i K l * A ) , Hugh** ( M B A , B;ai,T (b«tttr« mt«i rtrarti «f D ; aj.(, by Beh*«lk-.rt U't, 1W5I. ll« ll.th IlMMI*-j»riHht (LPt. Cook nit. WlUItu I V w , . ) , Owtni t K ) Al« ·«r«lll m i . PIIJM '!'». 14.4 .*au«ii m«*t itforj by P-inltl (C), IttSil. Z» l^iw HHHrM-- wh|t» ' ( H t KlicM Fl.Ht, T«»t i I.AI, Herkinrnlti ('(.», w«ni ( K i , MeHrld* llJit, 22.M (briuri nationni JC record PI 23.1 br Whitt Ii».-i7. and Hwltihtlm l H A i itt^A; .· niMi ft«0rd ot M,2 by Btrruw liu'rtt*--Jtnntnfi (To), ] (»r« nwllonal Ji'. rtronj of HH-S» t by Inn* O«. i, JW4U; ti«((«r iwn m*»t r«c- or*. o( i«a-;" 4 in prthm*), VoUn ajLAt, i b a - i ^ i vnti UM;». IBI-NV. : ·on .flB(. 15JMI4! Julm-oq (Cfc) t : atilltrn |pf. H^ft. ..-.Itnl--jtotMrtMtn ( H H i , »|.J fpr* Urn* mirk, htittra nNUnh.it JO r**on., Moreen .V«, ( 61-4' Pik* d U ) . M-Ai Vrttn .(KLAt, ,61-4; _vij»( tdc*. t events men In the slate's prep record books Is expected to lure a Urge crowd to Compton's Ramsaur Stadium today for the semifinals of the GIF t r a c k 10'i Joltnton (Co,,,'60.3),. - -Ch«pp»|| iin ·chool rr"-- ·-· 11-SM ·I I3.S Bosox Win on PiersalPs Hit in 9th BOSTON W -- Jimmy Pier- sail doubled home the winning run with one out In the ninth Inning Friday to cap Boston's 4-3 comeback victory over the Kansas City Athletics. ·. , Plersall, In a batting slump most of ths season and hltlcss n his first three trips, banged lis clutch two bagger off loser Rip Colcman into the left field corner. . Anmlai, rilrua', (llandl'll. Valliy,' ,l':li,H K«a«aa Cltr Raata* b.ll.ri nallonil J(J and naat mont o(i AB H O A 3 ; i r 7 br Common. lw«l. Illunl.r.Jb 4 1 i JPIImlUr KIwU arorlni Mt. Ban Anlonlo M farv.tf 3 2 II IIKIaoi.a. .M Anj-aUi 64, Harbor S3 Kail ],* Pl*°nl.ef 1 I 0 IIWIIIIam.,l( An..In 41. Comnion 33S. 'R.k.nllak " 1H, Paaadana 20. Long Baach IS. Fill- rton anl Illindall la aarli. Vallar IB ran«a I'oa.l. Ban Rirnardlno and Kan. « Ana 14 »ach, Kanln llnnlr. 11. Cllrui ""· Vinlura », Kl Camlao 2. 91 II 27 IT Totlll J 3 7 2 7 H ltd for Donovan In ftlh. b--Ran B«II H4) Mil 110--1 ·M (Ml aiiun«I« ..«»--.. --, ***. ovt JMI. . E--BrldawialP 2, Pbtlllpa. RBI--Kran- ««, Ixillap (Triandoa acorwl on phllllpl' rot In Tlh). UlnoDO 2. HH-Kr.nton., .ollaf, Trlandoa^ allnoao. IIR-- Krilwona, B-r'rawnna 2. Pllarrlk. Bit.--h.il. P ^^ BrldawrMr.darrlnar-Boyd: Trtan. o*.Oardn.r: (lardpar-Bovd. MIB--Chi no A. Baltlmori A. BB--Donovan 1. acfiralll 2. HO--Donovan 4, rifeartlll Pads' Gray in 1-0 Win SAN DIEGO Ol -- Johnny Gray of San Diego spun a two- hitter Friday night to defeat the Vancouver Mountles, 1-0, to give George Metkovlch his first win as a m a n a g e r In the Pacific Coast League, . IIO-- Donovan «'7, l^iPal «EH-- Donovan 2-1, Otranlll 1*2. 3-3. Totala 2 « « 3 I T Totulf 2 2 2 2 1 1 a -- Rlriick out for Johnaon In aavunlh nlM ....... _____ «..^._ ......... .. (HII WIM (H*4 ·Ir ., ........... _____ ,. .......... ,, ..... (HW OM ft^« K-- ValvnU 2, Hmllll. Duncan.- JIB1-- M(arr, Kvana. 20 -- Kvana. .'IB -- Smith. Han. -- Bndawtld. SB -- l?a)laway, ray I wall . . , Dun llllf 1 -- lliitlar br Rodawald r«M« by RrxlFwald. BO-- Kin. 4, Rod. 4. BB-- Klnj 4. Ho.iiw.ki 1, -KIIIK 4-2, nwl.»»ld 0-0. Wild 'MHi- Kln«. H'P-- llndtw.ld, Kin. II-- Hmllh-Plyrnal.. full IV .... ..... _,, win ·«· ·-- « Joriaa JV ................ in* HI «-- 1 IP - College Baseball"*'. TICI.A 12. «»nl« Clara S. V.ll.y «. L.D. Clly ColltM I (11 In- "ifaVbor 3. Kill l.A."5 (111 InnlnlD, Ran P1«iro 4, Sanu Uomea 2. California 1, «C 2. , . BP-- TMcartlll (Ko» I. Bilk-- ffitt, HI. WP-- Donovan (2-1), I.K-- Cfrtf Ilia 10-11. U-- Slayani. Napp, }Ucl, lonmiU T-- 2 114, All.-- B.M3. STARS' TOMORROW A R H O A . .., 4 1 4 3 Kadrro(f.2h 4 I ] .1 Jnrgn.n.2b 4 0 1 2 Robln.on.er 4 2 II II Kr.il.rlr 4 1 o « Locklln.lt 4 I 3 II H*«ri.(,3n 2 n (i i pop. rr Manllll.lb 3 0 n 0 Ka.ak.3b 3 ll 2 0 Illrl.lro.lb 3 n 7 II Jonti.e 3 n 3 0 Moran.H 2 o i ii ony.p 1 o n ll o o o o 4 0 2 - . - - Bkl.a.,r( · 4 O 2 llJlnMn.rf - - - Kmllh.r 4 2 7 I M.linn. Ib 4 0 O l-ow.r'll) 4 I t 1 Maueh.ib . 1 2 3 2 lxiiw.,3b 4 II j IWhlta.it 2 n 4 llunn.n , 2 o i .In.Hl.phini { n o ..Hlmnann 1 0 0 llOalav.e Kurnaila.p O 0 II odriwir.p Dinal*"i,ll 3 0 3 J Toiaii "ai 7 2IHI3 Toiiia "no X-nna out whtn winning run leorad. A-Oroumlirl iul (or Uuran in ilh. H.KI1..I mil lor Wblll In 7th Han.a. fllr -- MM «(« HO*--J 'lo.ton MH* (KM nil--I K.Hraw.r, Ixip". IU1I--I'uw.r 1 'try, J.nain 2. 1'lir.all ( K l n u i on i*ti*i' frtur In d t h ) , 2H--Hunlrr. Flar.ill, IIK--Powir. Jana.n. Ml-- llaurh. DP -- J-op** · Itunur - Powar, Boaton' a. BH--iSnr.n l. burri.lli 2. ('oilman 2, HO--lluran a, Illiwir K. IU--burin ··«. Hurmlla 0*1 (pllrhat o (wo m*n In n t h l , coliman 2-1^ ^--Dunn 2*2, Burnett! 1*0, r^ol. 1-1,. Hr»wir..3-3, _Wllrt Pllrlij-Dlir champlonHhlpJ, Running events are set for i 1:30 start with field events t begin a half hour earlier. An other semifinal meet l» beln held at Arroyo High School. The Compton gathering wll bring together the best tha conipoted last weekend on tlv Wilson High and Carpenterii ovals. One of the major attraction In Preston Griffin, scniatlona Centennial High sprinter who recently eclipsed the 220-yard national prrp record undei ivindy conditions. Ills 20.3 -clocking has been submitted to the state CIF of flee for sanctioning. Though th wind cauge did register above the allowable rate during the r«ce. It was under for two-thirds of the race and averaged out be ow the allowed 4.4. "I THINK there Is n chance t will be recocnl/ert," commented Centennial High coach BH Gill. K.xpccled to repent his strong. .,,,,,. man efforts of a week ago i» i.r..iur AB .'i"o Mt, Carmcl High's Mike Me. i 5 S ,'lKcevcr. who put the nhot 62-4% 3 iV?." for anew CIF record. Poly High sends a throng of H qualifiers Into the varsity events, the largest contingent from H single school. But the Hares will be up against two of the ntroiiKPst aggregations In the Southland In Glcndale and Centrnnlal. WlUon Hlch. with Uon Boeckler Wally Blaylock and Curl Eh'mann still In the running, « 27 I tn. PK-- Whit*. - WP--Bra war II-- Blrrv. IP . Soir. T«t.i«ht, T-- 3;33. Alt Powli,rf (lM«n,c[ Whlti.e . Pallta.p -Prill 2 II 3 n 3 0 0 1 2 I II 3 0 « 3 1 2 1 0 1 m · I t*1 Wl ' X I 1JI1 l Wilson, 1-0 Totali 29 2 21 T Tol.l. 29 I 27 a--Kannid for Pallea In Hlh HOTARV LKAI1DK ··Ira Til _..^. rf Ml MM KW-f 4 1 IlUr Mumblaf _... Ml MM t--3 3 I riimii, Broiowikl |3|, llougih 181 ind l^min.kl; Jlorn.bjr, Shaw i ) , and .AKRIVnon VII4. IJTTI.R LCAOttK · IJona ,. im Oil-- II 1 I _ Ralarr .... IM Ml--la 11 I UU«, Aitima ( 4 1 and M c K I « i Ml- Carly nniY (41 and Hulf. F, lAKKnOnn 14TTI.H _ llr«t - 10* 04W M»i~ K--Nonl. KRI--Kaiak. H i e -- K i n I f * . 1X)H--Vanrauvlr 3, San Dildo T BB--Pallfa 3. (lraj ], Marlowa 1. f' --Pallrn 3, (Irar B. IIO--Palkl fl'T Marlowa O-l, Jt*KTl--Paliea I'l. WP rirar I3-II). I.P-- Pallra (3-.1I. U-- tidai. YuhaM mid SorflnKm, A~* 3.21,1. T-1:511. Triu«h Mrrtkull ~llla lirhrwiir . -B. Oavl. Hlngir · nil Honratn. B, Qa Mlt (Id--11 II !t ), romlfhn |4I a ( 3 i i Hopbar, Patterson, Pastrano Bout j" Possible in July--D'Amato NEW YORK (UD-Th* New 'ork State Athletic Commission ''rlday granted a boxing pro. motor's license to Emit Lence who hopes to promote the nexl world heavyweight title fight Raphael, Young Play' for Handball Crown ' * both of the Pacific Coast Club, land alio. announced he .would O f ni.waur. and ..»lly. ltd 041 : SIAA Tiilim UB. Bora Olb, Al Harbor UirilMirti . 000 100 1-- Ibaffa ClaM» 010 Owl O-- i UanM And Ooauwlaai U^la* BDd lit rh. reached this afternoon's finals of the harbor nrea singles hand ball championships Friday night 3 with three-set victories. Raphael defeated Paul Har- 140 SH --15 K I All.n; Hlquara, An (hull 4 J 1 10 10 ! «m Wktij Rug va. Anlonlan Al 1J» va. OTwmill.. Al AdmMl HIM -- T'30. Tiuro va. AuloMlloi«t4t, R.C. Rr" »'. ' ' Aluminum va. Rlilnftr Tlta' a'llt ~ va. 1»B. navv, t. -- TiSO. Klkf - ' 'MS. Comilir ik S l An. · _ Dull mon of the Long Brach YMCA, 21-11,15-21 and 21-3, and Young outpalmed Dick Ennen of the PCC. 21-9, 11-21 and 21-13. . Tab Stanford Crew inHarbacfiRaW^ Varsity, Junior Varsity and freshman crews from UCLA. stanrortl v n the coveted i . Kd Harbach Cup, today, over the SC home course at San Pedro, First race will start at 1:30 p-m.,,,,,^ , , promote regular Tuesday night fights. Floyd · Patterson's · Manager die Machen of Redding, Calif., said Friday there Is a good pot* slblllty the heavyweight cham* plon would defend his title against Willie Pastrano In New York In July. I have spoken to Pastrana's manager, Whltey Esneault, and he Is very eager for the fight." said Cus D'Amato, Patterson's manager. "He Is so eager, as matter of fact, that terms are secondary to him. I Intend to ln form Emit Lence that Pastrano s available and -anxious to fight." The crew-cut. " white-haired D'Amnto reiterated that Patter- Orleans li ranked fourth behind Tommy (Hurrl cane) Jackson of New York. Ed- and Harold Carter of Linden, , J.. Carter Is In the Army, 248 Entered in 2-Day Sports Car Races ' ' 248 sport cars take to the 2.: mile Goleta Airport course In Santa Barbara today for the start of the two-day sports car race. The event Is co-sponsored by the Cal Sports Car Club and the Santa Barbara Jaycees. Some of the top flight drivers Hill. Bob Weller, Larry Clark. Pearce Woods, Cal Nlday. Bill Pollack, Bob Drake and Ritchie Glnthcr. due to compete are Phil Ken Miles, Jerry Austin, Poly Nelters Romp '4 Poly HJgh's varsity netters son wanted to meet the top con tenders right down th? line but the manager charged that the International. Boxing Club was trying to put obstructions In the way. The 21-year-old'Pastrano closed their 1957 league cam. palgn as they humbled Jordan !9-3 on the Poly courts Friday. Third seeded In the CIF play offs, the Jackrabblt netters rang up their 28th straight league win. Excelsior High took advantage of a throwing error by Wilson Friday to nip the Bruins, 1-0, In the Coast League finale for both teams at Excelsior. Ron Stearns hurled four-hit bell for the Pilots and was In trouble only once, tn the ninth, could dominate the 440. (OAHT I.F.AIirK (final NtMiidlHgl Downar romptort Kicalalor Uynw.nd _____ 4 1 _ ...... __ __ H ftjordan ...... _ ------- a ,, ft tf Paramount .... _____ a ...... T fWllaon FrMar'a Bauilla Jofilin 4. Poly u. F.ualllOf I, Wilton n Lrnwood 4, Paramount 0. ComfHon 4, Dowaay 1, and then he struck out the flna man for the win. The Pilot scored In the Jhlrd when Glen Bowler singled, went to secom on a sacrifice and came home on an overthrow at third on his at empted steal. . . , , ''""" A B H O A r i M l i l " AH 110 A . Irookijb .y.rjb j Pa.na.1. 1 Trambli.lf . d,rf ·- II .1 a 3 I 0 I O H I O I? J ·lf*r.n,2b 4 o 3 l o t Trambli.l 1 7 1 Hl.arni.p o o 0 Rj-bold.f! _ , - a o o l Ffynn.3b 3 1 0 2 ...kVlh 2 2 II 0 Jafkaon.rl * 0 II " lanforrl.tf 2 0 4 1 Arm.lrnf.lb 2 » J ' n.land.li I 0 O O Ovarholt.cf 2 0 1 0 nHrl|iia..p 1 II 0 0 l l a i r l n i t n i o 0 0 a--OrOUhdM out for KtBtifnrd In --Knirland 3. Rodrlgu.a 3. no--Knulind , RodHfliai 4, pia.rna 7. BR--England Swimmers Stanford,' p e r e n n i a l swim champion of the Pacific Coas Conference. Southern Division was second In points after tw days of competition, but Is fa vored to win for the eighth con sccutlve year In today's flna ivents In the SC pool. Jim Steveson of SC Frldn won his special event, the 220 ·urd freestyle, for the third yea n succession. Bruce Kcpp California set a new murk fo the SC pool by winning the 220 yard Individual medley In 2:14,7 IM bnllntlr-- I. llollowar in: 5 Flack ( H I ; -1. alll.r |X|; 4. Harp, jl'l; B. Ground! (SCI; 6. Colllni IBI "'-~«lli-- L ViHlmar (f!l; J.John 41: 3 Roainlhal iUCI,Ali Htlmrwon ( H i t o. Paiilafh (SCI; Hrharf.r (ROI. 13.1. t«l b*ckatnrk«--l, Toginnlnl (Cl: 2 Mill! ( H I ; a. Orunl (81; 4. Allln (H n l 5. Kill.lo (UCLA); «, BlUlflU (Cl also will be available. Fouch U · rookie on the Hawk squad and will be used both M · pltcnor and outfielder. Roberts I0i Squelches Cards^5-3 ] ST. LOUIS UE1--Plnch.hltUr- Marv Blaylock'i three-run horn. - er and fine late-Inning pitching by Robin Robert! gave the Phil, adelphla Phillies a 5-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinal* Friday night. Roberts got off to a shaky start as Wally Moon and Ken Boyer hit successive home runs .'. off him In the second Inning to boost the Cardinals to a 2-0 ' ead. ; But after tho Cards picked up ,' another run in the third on Don ;' ilaslngame's single and Stan ' Vtuslal's double Roberts tettled ; o his work, limiting the Red* ' ilrdt to seven hits for his third ' victory. 'hllMl|hla M, iMla AH t i n A A H II (I A A.hburn.M 4 o T o Bl'i'g'ma,2b 4 2 1 1 lamnar.2b fl 2 I 3 Dark.ia 4 0 3 1 xipata.a 3 II 1 II.Mu.ial.lb 4 I o " ,. lourhaa.lh 3 I 0 3 tlnnll.rf . 4 O 3 n ., *'. Jon«..3b 4 I I II Moon.K 4 2 O H , And.raon.lf 4 2 2 0 Boyir.Jb 4 1 0 0 ' . larmon.K O u 0 o Undrllh.r '4 o II 0 Howman.rf 4 1 3 0 H.8mllh.tr * O 4 4 · arn'il....! 3 0 a 1 fl. 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Sixth Win 'or Daniels Four Seattle errors helped fenny Daniels pick up his sixth ralght 'Pacific Coast Lcagu* ctory Friday night as Holly. ; rood downed Seattle, 5-3, at llmore Field, Daniels was touched for only ' x hits, Including Joe Taylor's 'venth homer, but wlldnesi · ept him In trouble. Any chance cattle had to hand the lanky ghthander his first loss was ndonc by a shaky defense, how. '"'· A R H O A " - " 1 ~ I A B H O A I I I M 4 1 4 2 Jiraba.Ib 4 2 1 4 rh.ltl J b 3 0 1 2 Hodrlill..3b ( k i l l rnn.lb 4 2 1 1 1 'au*lon.c( 4 2 9 ' ylor,rr 4 2 2 0 PHIIt.lb lli.ir 4 I o 0 Bwnlar.lf uro.rr 3 n 3 II Hall.a van.3b 4 0 II 3 Bl.v.nl.tb ·lg,« a (I 2 0 Rmlth,.. ba.p 1 0 1 3 Panlill.p hrki.p ' 2 0 0 0 ·oDidy.p l i o o o a ft n i o 2 2 I n 4 1 4 ri 3 o 13 o . 1 1 2 4 a l i a , . Ortil llll.' ' f ' -TlTl Totali 111 31 U Ilh. :^WIIla "Rlrhaltl.' (ll»n . (all 1 B.rnl.r, olynn. T.: ll raualon. B.rnl.r 1. --Barniar. flie.--C«n.lon. IIP--Wiua 7tlfha(ll to (llrnn. 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M', ^entella 2-1, avorite in *'· i esion Main Kid Centclla, Central Amerl- can lightweight champion from Managua, Nicaragua, Is a 2-1 favorite to turn back talented Paulle Armstead of Los An. gcles In tonight's 10-round . main event at Hollywood Legion , Stadium. '· Centclla, 23-year-old veteran ., of over 70 pro bouts, will be rnnk- · ng his Initial appearance In '' the Ix-glon ring, In six prior . Southland tussles, - a l l , at tha t Olympic, the hard * punching jitln scored knockouts over '. llmmy Hornsby, Carlos Chavez, ;' Art Ramponl and Ralph Capone, le outpointed Tommy Rumola · and dropped a spilt decision to ·' Chavez In his first showing lo- ally. Born Gustavo Adolphn ' 'ega, the Kid served as a para, rooper with the U. S. Army. J Us record reveals kayo vie- ·'. orles over Ralph Dupas, Maxle Docuien and Noel Humphreys. Roller Derby Results Cnipagn Waalirnara 40, U A.. Bnvil J (Wa.t.m»ri Ind airlil, 4*3, on, off ',; at 32%. Little Sport i?ti * * · ** / wi '-- by Rouson · »·*!.*·-·· li Score May Pitch ..gain by June 9 ; CLEVELAND (UH) -- Cleve- ncl Indian pitcher Herb Score uffered no retinal detachment In his Injured right eye, doctors reported Friday, and he may be able to pitch again by June 9. Drs. Charles I, Thomas, an eye specialist, and Donald B. Kelly. Indians team physician, Finally were able to get an unhampered look at the wholn retina Friday, since the blood 'mm the hemorrhage had cleared away, and reported: "There is no tear (puncture) evident at this time." Final outcome will' depend . upon how the eye responds to he program of therapy, but the finding of no detachment wa« most encouraging.

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