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Jordan Downs Poly, 71-63 ," ; · . · . . . . . . . . ·· · . . ; · · " " : · . ; . 9r-- · ·. .:-··' ' ·"'·' : ·-' ' ·· ! O'BRIEN TRIES WEIGHTS FOR COINDITI01VING NEW YORK UK -- As if Parry O'Brien,, doewi't have enough muscles 1 ' to mako modern Goliath blu*h, the world'* gre»t««t ihot-pu|ter · fcM taken up -welghtlUtlnir;. '.- "But It's »U to keep In condition and help my ghotpnt- ting," the 240-pound Xos' Angeles bank manager said Tuesday. "I think that's the key to staying In good condl- tlon--welghtUItln jf." ' : O'Brien It all set to go alter his own world's record of 62 feet, 2 Inchon. How.about trying for some^ iiort ot record In the weights? "Oh, no," gasped the horrified O'Brien. "I only lilt 820 pounds. Strictly . for conditioning. " . SC Tankers SinkLBCC · Southern California's varsity swimming team defeated Long Beach City College, 54-28, Tuesday afternoon in a meet held at SC.. 400 medley rtuvy--SC (Byyny. Axton, (SC), Star- --· 2:15.8. Kaplun Ho-weIi~7iScc. Byyny (SC). i: Own Junior.collect record* , ( ., h] _. 1 jia fm-ntrle--Severa (SCV Starblrd _ v . »f ILBCW 2:45,8. t ! l 40* iKWtyle. J-'nld tcaif. SC 64, El Segundo Swimmers Whip Wilson El Segundo High trounced Wilson, '63-22, Tuesday after anthers Sear MOOKE LEAOTJK W. K Pet PF PJl rdan ,,_ ,, S, 0 1000 119 JSi lllkan ~ 4 1 » M7 3S8- 27: IV ^^ __ 3 3 500 383 32! Jinn 2 4 ,333 302 37J .kewood 0 5 000 181 341 TiMilUy'i Hciultii Jordan 71. Poly 53 Mllllkah 09, Wilson 39. Lynwood 51, Lakewood 38 \(non aiue) ' ,, - . · · s TWO TO TANGLE ; · ' · ' . ' Poly High's Aron Carm!or.Ael (right) and Jordan's .BilT.Florentine .tangle In scramble for ball duringTuesday night's Moore League tussle; won by Jordan, . 71-63. Looking on js t 'J6rda v x's' 1 .Gary:Perkins (21).--(Staff Photo.) . . . . . noon meet. Pepperdine Prep Cage Stars Pepperdine -basketball.-.coach and athletic 'director.. : .Duck Dowell announced Tuesday that two top-name basketbalHplay- jn a i varsity 'swimming,ersr-Bob .Blue;, and'--Richard; while^the Wilson Beessuick.elew--had-enrolled.;at" Rams Over Bruins and Cees won, 49-28,-and 49-10, , respectively; · ·'·'. VARSITY · · · _ 210' mtdley .-Ml«J--(E) (Denny. WOt- -- 'tt, Rounsavellel. 1.34.3. (E). Mcllroy (Si. (E). Boyer tenatel 100 nuttei 1:54.3, ·Weldon i:00_ .Jton (W). unsavelle (E), ; ( 1 E57"'writht i'rt'er (Wl. Hot(El 1:13. 1 {fard (El. SSwi We'id'on,- Samllton i , v «..».- *-:i-- _ mfdlw--Denny (E . J. (W) ; 1:35.7.. - - ·- . ' -BEBS nudity - wi«y-- (W) 63. Svn»on · (Pot. · Hose., . · B TM i o n P a t . : ; 50 treratylj-- R«k (W)i 100 butterfly-- Bryson \V), 1 :1 2.1; ' 200 ireestyit_Row« ,( W) ^ 2 :15 : 100 ,backsttolt«-- fo« (W). 2:03.2; 100 ireestyle-- iiurdoolc (W) 50.2; 100 breaststroht-- Ros»-(W), 1:13.8: 75 Individual m.dley-- Poo .(W). 42.2. (now iiohool word) : 200_lree«yl« i»lny. (E) 1:46.0. M. ' Ada'lr. Templeton; Iver'son), icorti Wilnon 49, £1 200 ' medley. CEES relay--(W) Jle'lnhart. Qtorjie. Arnold) (Lourtl«. ttoeity e^-HilnJ-oKn (W,. i"9.1: 50 but- terflv---CarlberK (W) 32.6; 50 back- terliy S:»"°«* ; I. , 1M fM _ ). 1:03.5; 50 breost- W) 36.4; 200 tret- «tyl*-- Arnold a t r o t - ~ ' * ' v ·· /. «*«« · · -- v« · -- «tyl» ulay-- (W) (Reinhart, Helasonn, Arnold. LourtleV 1:37.1. Flaol icon: Wllio- 41, £1 Scgundo Pepperdine for- the ·-.spring:-se- mester.-' ' , _ - . · ' : ' ' ' · · ' .Blue, better known to south- i BY GENE ESQCIVEL', - '-Stan '·· Andersen scoreiT 25' Bruins', court. ..The win .give points to pace Millikari High to its 'fourth"..victory; in Moore ern basketball fans as Bobby League, play, a 59-39 rout of. Odom, is a former; L.A. Jordan" High School teammate v -of Pepperdine's Bobby-. Sims'- and -Sterling Forbes. He-competed one year for tos Angeles City College. ; . : Buckelew,. who.stands 6-4, is a former all-GIF-player JErom [n'glewood.High and is currently .a transfer from Seton Hall. Buckelew. will, be- forced to sit out one.year, but will'hava one and-one-half years of eligibility. Kelleher to Speak Former Hollywood S t a r s slugger, Frank Kelleher- will 'be a guest speaker at the West Lakewood Little League father- son, night, March 6 at the Lions' H-t in ·. Lakewood. Tickets, priced at $1.50, may bs, obtained by calling league president Carl G. Goodwyn at ME 0-2440. Wilson, Tuesday night oh the Homeier, Getty in L.A. Stock Race B i l l Homeier, . Indianapolis veteran · from s -Pacoima,' ;: '-and Dick Getty,. No'rth Hollywood, oined :the field Tuesday for the LOO-mile-stock car race at..the Los Angeles County _ F a i ; r Grounds, Sunday, Feb.- 23. Already set for'a'crack at the 55,000 purse against 40%/of^the Ray Crawford, 1954 Road. Race -.winner gate are Mexican. from .Pasadena, and. Les Scott, Pacoirria. Crawford" was leased from a Phoenix hospital Tuesday after suffering carbon monoxide poisoning in last Sunday's stock car race on :,the muddy Arizona .State F a i r Grounds mile track. the -i; Rams undisputed .seconi )lace with: a ; 4-2 rriark..-.·' ,Coach Bob'Huiit;Used his Mil likah .substitutes;" freely, an till, manEiged to .roll; up a com ortab]e-29-17'haiftimeV]ead.v. Andersen /put on "a brilllan earn effort 'in. addition 'to hi high' scbringVfHe'hit -11'of. 1 hots! . from ' the: flopr, mosti uirp shots: andltip^ins. 1 A com tuied effori.-.of Stacy I'Higgins Bodnar-'-.ana" Anderse hauled-'in'..60; percent: of : th rebounds; -."-,, ,1 '··'·'.'-. ·'·'-. 1 The' Bruins were plagued; b Millikan's height and tight'de 'ense.,' Kent Petersen had th range on set shots-,, putting ,i L3:points', for..Wilson: ; Mllllkan.. (5»)'" ' '·"""-" Anlenen j i(25) "The rivalry .between th'e Dodgers and Giants should .be something for the boo£s,", the Rams',,Les Richter miised at lunch Tuesday. "Anything involving Los Angeles, vs. San Francisco just has to click." Richter, .who attended college in the Bay .Area,, is now, regarded, asa, villain in those parts;-' "The-.day ,1 gjaduated from CaV'- he; related, "they did a whole page '-in a newspaper about me.; and my football, career. The writer'who ' did the piece'. was a good friend of mine. , . "But now when I go up with- the Rams to play the 49ers, he hardly talks to me. It's just that battle between 'the two cities. Because I play'for the Rams, I'm a. bum." At the moment, Klchtcr Is occupied Jn llnlnp up a game between the Ram and 49er basketball teams. The 4»ers . drew over 14,000 the other - night when they met the Harlem .Globetrotters. "Gordy Soltua .told me this week a basketball game between the'Rams and 49ers in the Cow Palace would draw just as many," Richter said. "I don't care if we play ping pong,- the city rivalry is going to bring out a huge r crowd." * * * , ACTUALLY, the. Dodgers and Giants are in an even.bet- ter spot "than the Rams and 49ers were when they -began their football head-hunting. In addition to the natural -beef between the two towns, the ·Dodgers and Giants are;/bringing, along .a many-years : feud from -the New York area. Thousands of fans, especially in "Southern. California, hail from New York, and 'they're either rabid Giant or' Dodger boosters. By lore,- we have been led to believe the Dodgers have the most rabid fans in the world. But.the Giant followers 'I've known .are even more adamant. And don't forget, .they haven't had the consistent winners Brooklyn has in the last decade'or so. Sales executive Jack Mulligan or KMPC, .who' grew up in. New York, a* a. Giant Jtanf iitlll takes-'it r as-'a : personal affront, that the Giants went to. San Frai.clsco, Instead ol .Los Angelefi. 4 .Getting back to'',th'e basketball 'rivalry, many 'baseball will not / allow' their players to go in for basketball ii'.the off-season.-They, fear-injury. Milwaukee .pitcher "Gene ^onley- used t o , - send -'the Braves' front office-,'into rages when he-played : pro basketball during' the winter. He finally gave it up. : * *' * IRONICALLY, neither, the Ram nor 49e'r management! has objected to .their} aces playing a basketball schedule. The players do it for three reasons --it's fun, they 'get ;a chance to .pick up' some; extra .loot (they won't, play "anywhere-for nothing) Land it keeps, them .in shape. Richter 'himself says basketball is helping him get that bad left krice'-of his, in : shaped Dr. Bob" Kerlan, former president of the .Rams': Fan .Club, ;once told me ..the knee Richter ! has limped around-on .the. past;.two seasons'.'is as bad..as. any ihe's ever seen: ·The'.'gu'y was-.playing on guts alone. ....-· However, ,-Les showed : me .the knee : Tuesday and -he 'says it'll be-200.%."improved" over th past couple of years: Then, thoughtfully, he .added: .. -.-'. ; .;'. ''The 'one .I'm worried :abou1 is , Duke Snider. Duke's-; knee isn't responding as fast.as they ho -Is everybody a Dodger Meeting of So. Galif. Track Coaches Set A meeting of track and field coaches from all over'Southern California is .scheduled.Thurs- day, with election^ of officers and a board'of directors on the agenda. ' · · f -/ ; ' ..-.-..'. . . - - , . ; The session .will '.be held a' Helms Hali;,8760 Venice 'Blvd. Los Angeles. .It "starts at 7:30 p.m. . All 'track -'coaches^' from he : ' junior , :: high, high, school unior.college, college andiAAU evel are urged to.attendl" sped."' ^.-T! fan? (Tune in Boh ; KeUy nightly at · on KMPC). Chermik ion (4); 1"IH mtiuw, . --.---j-. . - Erlcltion (S), Berber Wlioi' «orln« pubi: Woodard (3 Rlchroin (3). ; Gity League Basketball Mlrhty : Atomi 38, ·· Klnrtlc Stbta ST. ' NLB.BreUi TMDwt".38^13 M. Slauion 28: Dept' 388-29 - 5«, -D«Pt.- 395-9 Dept.' 405-40 39. Dept. ..391 1 Admirali 40. Muilc Center 39.. . . 45. . _ . . '.OAlfKSi TOMGHT- . enon-- 7:15-- IK-BapUit You vey-Aluminum;- TI NLB R«al .. Hot aoodi vi. Local.40«.-.UAW,- ·-- At Pdly--7:15--Procter *V Qajnblt T ^S"w.a:i5-ailbtrt Jeweler.-y By JOHN SEYMOUR Putting forth a brilliant earn effort, Jordan High ealt Poly 71-63 Moore gue defeat T u e s d a y vening on the Jackrabbit ourt. The victory, the Panthers' fth without a defeat iii league ay, virtually cinched Jordan's irst basketball championship Fanfare nee coach Ben. Palmgren en:- ered the Jordan-scene some ~12 ears'-ago. ·; ' . ; ' . " ;of.. Jordan's., starting uin'tet.,hit doubled figures to ffset Jackrabbit:"Jeff; Ccrwan's rilllant; 20 point '.effort. Kent Cnapp'. led · the/ Panther, attaclT rfth 19,. wfillej.Rex Shoemaker tlit 15; Bill: Flbrentine' 13 and ax'MaUet'12/'i7...V ^. " Jordan'dominated the boards nth. SL.rebounds to' Poly's 23, The Jackrabbits were . handi- apped by the 'absence :of Bud Duncan, who is'. still nursing,a prained ankle from the Milli:an game-last Friday night. Friday Jordan will, host win- ess Lakew.opd while/Poly will meet Wilson, " ' Poly's Bees virtually rapped p the Bee championship with a convincing 71-43 victory over econd place · Jordan. Willie 5rown scored 20, while Bob Holland' and Doug'.White'-hit 3. Poly'sjunior varsity -stayed n second place .with' a 46-36 dfr- :isipn over the Panthers-· at ordan. · **· »- '«· INDEPENDENT--P«g«- C-I:_ Loyola Clips. .- · · '.:·/· ,: .. . .; · · -·,.-·- · · » . - . - By TIM DEAL St Anthony'High;, leading by. fqifl - on the Saints. toyola;i. as many as eight points in the Bob' Cruella sank both shots-.to.^ V. second, quarter,, graduially^dis- give the Cubs a.63-61'.edge...Jim; sfpated ; its advantage and blew Cpnkey's. "three .free .;,throws ^·~ a 'Catholic League;'basketball concluded : .the:s«prihg.-''ft' ;: -.'--V 1 ;'". 1 " , :Paced by -Wes' Collins; jwlio',,; I scored.24, .and-Al-Roman,''who';.' CAIHOLIO ' w; ri. PC*:.'PF: PA Mt Carmel » 2 .818 654 '476 ^r'---r:-1J.:?2Mii^l £$!=t |||J|-:i Notre'Came ^ '*· T .363 ^359.- CSS ". - IZLfr' 10 -,.090,- SS9 ;·': «si Plui X '. "1 10 ' .090 ' 47H'./.MO Loyola-.6«. »t..' Anthony «!.-- 1 Notre Dame 50, Serra 43. ::·: , Mt. Carmel 82; -Plm X .44.;' ' Cant-well 55, .Cathedral-49. .; game to '. Loyola, 66-61; - Tuesday .night '"on .the' Cubs'.-'flobr. The ' . . record and V'elimiriates;: them from CTF playoff "consideration; .'·'Loyola ; trailed. 'until-bne^ and one-half minutes: '.remained":- in .the/final period.'l-At that :point, center Steve -Urricacie sank ;a hook shot that tied-the^score at 61-61. ·.· '-' - .···· :··- ..'. ; '.-', '.When ·-St.". Anthony -regained possession,, ."a-;. ·scramble doveh- ourt .resulted in .. a - technical "·lorentln. (13)... Cnapp (19) - , hoemaker (15) ordan; ,_.- f my ..-^: C_. t Jordan icortnv Ptrkin. (1). ordah (71) . - *olj («3) Mallet (12) · '· F . Cowan.(20" " · I* · ' .' ' Hill (10 C Adler«: O ' / - . ' . E;a (4- · O · ·- " Silk (4'. -- !· n 10 it--ti 13 If 13 tl- ·ubi: : Ullnorn (4), ·eorliii; iubi: Carmlchael (14), Ue»»» (13), . - . · - . - . · -.' .·. -I --W'(4S)V . PolrB»(71) Vlckeri (81 · ' · / · F · Sea'raon Webiter'(2) · ...F . UcQIoUiirn (9) Reiler.(14v ·- · C . . Brown.(20: Varner-(7V "· ·'" O. White'(13! Kuykendalt-(10) -O-" ~ Holland- (131 ordu ^__^_ f » 18 . 11--4: 'oly ' ' ---- · · ·' 7 " JJ · J4 1--7J ^ordaH · Morina; fiTbi: Bchwoerer .(2) tobleon:-Laulc. -\ . - * ··· ~ ·· ··Peiy .MorlHf; MliTrSlmrn- (),.. Banki (3)/Bilcbnet,.(2); Bond-(2) Simmons P6int Lead Gary Simmons, star^ guard. of *-he Idaho basketball team maintained .-his .lead -in scorini n ' Pacific Coast Conferenci statistics released'-Tuesday., Simmons. ran .up; 203- points in.9 .ganies. through last Saturday .to .192' for-.-Washington's Doug \Smart, as ^he," ayeragec 22.5. points per game". ^Oregon's Charlie Franklin"-was third with 195 points. Dick'Haga of. Stanford took over the lead .in field, goal shooting with a-mark; of 48" per cent on 34-b'askets out.b 70 attempts. -Hal Damianp'o Idaho, is secorid^with 46.7 .pe: cent. V ',,'.' ;';, -' · " " . - · .. .·phliadilnhlk-juR'iatMlt 9S. ' · · ' Cincinnati 106; illnniapolli .-103. Symcuni 84. Boston T«. · '·; . ' · · . St.-.Louli 107.;New;Torlc 105:, -... ancers_Fall oLynwood^ Rally, 51-38 . By BOB BOIES ·Cynwood had to come from :hind .to trip -Lakewood' .High; .-38, Tuesday night in a.non- inference jgame played at the Cnights' gym. \ . The tan'cers, sparked by Tom jeedoni's · eight point second 5eriod,. held''a 19-15 halftinie ad. -Lakewobd ; outrebounded ie-Ipiights, 25-24. , /·",' Jim- -Larsen. led the scorers ath 19 points 'for Lynwood, -16 oming in- the second, half Larsen's 12-point : "fourth quar- er together -with--, a full-court ress,, permitted ..\Lynwood.'. to ew up- .the. verdict, as.:.the Oncers 1 - were . guilty 'Of "some oor ballrhahdling." '''. ,· / Lafeewood - (3)1) : · L}-nwood (51 ; Cornelni (4). F- , - - Larsen (19 .nlayaon 1 (B) ' . 'F ·'· · -Beagle (8 bometn (10) . C , Nelion.-(6 «r^(7). . O Fu(at«.-i'8 jreon - ·:: -.".Or," . -.AIlmond'Hl I^kewond · ' B 1+ « 13--3 rnwoodT ~ ^- fl -» 1J 14--fc Lakewootf icorlnv iub*: b^ Coroellu 3), Leedom (8). - ' · · · .-. ' ·· Lrnwood «corlnr -sdb«: Stelnkotnl 8),- Colyllle (1). Hill :(2). ·. · . :41 Points for Prep Tprrance- High center Gem Irenshaw scored' 41: 'pointe 'uesday night-.in 'a 65-63,B"ay league' triumph'over..Leuzmger in--double, overtime.,.;- '·:'. Sooner Staff^Filled NORMAN; Qkla: -.(HEi^Okl onia's football coaching ..'staf fas · complete' . again /Tuesdaj 'ith' the addition-pf .CliveRush 'hoi has been assistant'-coach t,-Ohio State' -the past three ears;-;;.' ·.·----.-·'.· --: : V...-...V-. ' . " ' ' RUUILT NIW USED JONES LOOATIOI Amirican . dunked iri:20, the Saints/opened ^ -' a^:15-9 ; .lead 'in: the-:-iirst'.fiyejr v ' minutes: and^^were^.'.aheadJTbyV^ eight'-imidway 'in the; second.^-' 3 quarter/.'. ^ : . i';-. .. ; · v... .''.- '·'·:? |/£f · T -- . - i ' ; . . ·it; utes. gone in- this- but-'the Saints 'pulled--..-:, again : 'and'. 1 stayed .'there ""unfit'^"; the tinal two minutes; . Iv'.Vf""'* ; · St.^Arithony'.wbn .the.'jy-pre-;;,-, . 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