Independent from Long Beach, California on March 11, 1966 · Page 48
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 48

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 11, 1966
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BASEBALL'S RUMOR MILL Will Dizzy Dean Join Angels' TV Corps? By JIM ENR1GHT SMCIU H tht I, P.T '.Questions they are asking ·long the baseball beat: £ Aren't those rumors about Dizzy Dean joining the Angels' TV, announcer corps more fact than fiction due to the great one's Jong friend ship .with Gene Autry and the stiff competition in the Southern California market? .And speaking of the.Ana- heim-based Angels, aren't ' their executives doing a slow burn over the; tremendous publicity the Cubs and. Leo . are receiving in the : Long Beach area? "Due to the fact Dick Stuart ' will be the first baseman, i won't the Mets shift youthful Ed Krahepool to the outfield in their daily lineup? 1 Haven't the combined hold- · ofits of Dodgers Sandy Ken* . fax and Don Drysdale passed the publicity stage? "·Didn't former Cub first b'Sseman Dee Fondy move his hpme from Mesa, Ariz., to ; Southern California due to his new.scout role in behalf of the Mets? . Isn't veteran Angels' catcher Ed Bailey telling all who are willing to listen "that I'm happy to escape. from the Cubs." . . -Hasn't the addition of Bil White boosted the Phillies 'pennant stock? ·"Didn't Cub utility player Jimmy Stewart pad his "walking around money" via Western 'Kentucky's 105-86 . derailing of Loyola In the 'NCAA basketball playoffs? : 'Couln't Forrest Twogooc ' the' recently demoted South lem. California basketbal '. coach, have a new job in the : Sari Dieg|o baseball organiza on just for the asking? Isn't Milwaukee J u d g e mer Roller, the presiding rist in Wisconsin's antitrust uit against'the Braves, deny- g all rumors that he'll be a ndidate for governor* In America's dairyland? Donjt Look Now, $j!iit Moore Loop Baseball Opens ^Although -the CIF basket b^Il playoffs in the Lon Beech' Arena will grab inos ofithe attention today, Moor Lea'gue fcasebaH quickly be- gis its |15-game schedule. ^Defending champion Lake wood opens its. title defens at! Downey, Jordan plays . Poly and Wilson at Millikan All games begin at 3:15 p.m In. a non-league encounte Saint Anthony hosts Mate Del at Cherry Park. ;Poly and Wilson, both ve eran clubs, are expected to b Lpkewood's b i g g e s t cha lehgers, but Downey, Millika and Jordan can also be coun ed as contenders in a leagu that usually sees its champio defeated three or four time ·High School Tennis ! RM Glras « \t, Banning * singles--George (J) 7-5; tfef._ Vanday W, Joiljo . , ROHrto t-1, loll lo E. DH Rosa KKHJln (J] def. E. Del Roiarto ' 8-2, dcf, Vwitay W, Joit A. Del Rourfo 6-1; Olxon (J) tfef. D^ Rosario 60, def. Clrai -0, def. V day M. [«t io A. DtJ Ro»arfo 6-'" " ver (J) def. E. Rojsrks 4-1, cfef. tr4, ojt to vnrfay $4, Ictf to t itz-Vrfeau --" wllh I Poly Trims La Mirada Ken Alverson of Poly blast- I a 390-foot home nmThurs- y to lead the Eabbiti to an 5 non-league victory over a Mirada at Blair Field. Norwalk defeated St. Ah- iony, 3-2, and Jordan' dead. Kked with Banning, 6-6, in n 8-inning game. Poly erupted for seven runs the second inning, includ- g Alverson's shot. Mate teve Lara went 3 for 3 in ading the Hares' 12-hit at- ack. Norwalk scored two runs in he bottom of the seventh to ip St. Anthony. i Mrr«d« ' «tt MO »-! 3 4 IV 071 Ml x^» 12 I n-tiS^'JiflasiyisK jsssssr^HL^ss 1 - Warner, Smllh Tnrrtl (o) and CerwpoiMcfll: MIKE Dl I Bvwati _ OkamcTo, R. Cos (7), "Kim ' (si' an_ JW; Kllllnnwcrlh, Lara II). uxf TuCorfwwitent: GARY McOINNIS Prep Track Results Downey 79, Paramount 34 ~ · " - (D). Boiling (D), Slrvms "an* (0), Bolllna 0), Wllllami (D), Van BKk« (P). Jen'(P), Hiomm (D). Frwl (P), ROM (D), Malort *lff K't^DaYjV'lb), Fwtmin (P), I ) Ti.5. r--Davis (D), Foranand IP) TOPSY-TURVY In world of gymnastics, it sometimes is difficult to tell top from bottom, so because L.B. State's Jim Fountains is an expert on parallel bars, we'll assume he's doing right thing here. 49efs Host Conference Gymnastics Tourney Volleyball Tourney Set for L.B! 'Y' Thirteen teams, including such powers as Sand and Sea, Stockton and the L, A. "Y," a r e entered in Saturday's Long Beach Invitational volleyball tournament at t h e Downtown YMCA, Sixth and Long Beach Blvd. Play in the double-elimination six-man tourney starts at 9 a.m. Other .teams competing In the day-long affair are Long Beach "Y" which is entering two squads, California Hawaiian VB Club, Nu-Breed, S a n t a Monica CC, UCLA, Orange Coast and Whittier Y." Long Beacli will bank on :he spiking of Glenn Stone, Randy Sandefur and D a v e rfendrickson. * * * * REVIVING i t s program after a lapse of several years, Long Beach's "AA" team will be pointing for the nationals in Grand Rapids, Mich., May 11-14. Long Beach, has won the nationals since 1950 when a six-man squad consisting of P e t e Ives, .Jim Montague, B e r n i e Specht, Henry Collis, Buddy Monta gue and John Morey swept the championship at Knoxville, Tenn. Admission for Saturday's tourney is $1. Tickets are on sale at K e n n y ' s Sporting Goods and the L. B. "Y." INDEPENDENT--P^g» C-5 Tvcitcn Wins Third Ski Championship HELSINKI, Finland M Norway's Ragnar Tveltcn, policeman from Oslo, won the cross country ski championship for the third time Thursday in the World Military Games. Americans finished far back. Tveitcn was timed In 55 minutes, 12 .seconds. For the United States, Wll- lian Spencer w a s 22nd In 1:02:21.8; John Ehrensbech was 34th in 1:03:28.9, and L. Small 3Cth In 1:03:52. GLENN STONE LB.'s Power Splker PLYWOOD Wall paneling is our specialty! Franklin, DeMillo Wins Girls Track Franklin and DeMille Junior Highs emerged victorious in the girls track carnival at Millikan High School. Franklin totalled 72 points in three grad divisions to win the National League while DeMille edged Stanford, 57-53, in American L e a g u e relay competition. \ : Hoover's 9lh graders,were clocked in' a blazing 53.9 for a city record in the 440-yard relay. Lot } doyi of Salt--Mar. 1 1 , 1 4 * 1 5 . BRAND NEW PANELING! i/4"x4'x8' WELOWOOD PREFINISHED BRIARNUT and BLACKTHORN! V-Grooved Paneling Reg. S17.95 SAVE $5.97 Reliy^-Paramninh no lime. Low luiTO-Sleymt (D), Gn Greslloiw (P), (ennlno* (D) 20-11',.. HHt\ Nmo-^Funarl.ip), Rllns .(D), Jti W'.i VwRj^JjOTiiblll D), Jackson (D), ID), Cootiv (D), RE Chapman (P) 12-0. Stmiwt--Broslran Long Beach State College' will host the CCAA gymnastics . championships Saturday at 7 p.m. in the 49er gym. Defending champion Valley State is a heavy favorite. Coach Ken Bartlett's 49ers are underdogs, but expect strong performances f r o m Fred Siebum and Jim Fouri- taine. They'll both compete in several events. Siebum's strength is in side horse and parallel bars, Fountaine's in long horse. Valley State V4 W i o n l»-Wolft (S), ElIMf (S). DOMtT(W) fc-Wolf. S), DWIBH tW). Eliner (J) (S), Donwnd (W). McJteut- ITO, WMV«T (S), Baldwin (W), winiann (w, ROM is unbeaten !-ml'te-Alolr«r (W), Faulkntr (W, Dt- 2 _H-*om«i (SI/ !ott (W), 5oraou« day--Santa Ana T:M.l, ItmiL-Klrlc (W, Hut**I IW1, IK Cliklni IS) and Swaam (W) (S), Mlllir (W), Was- LBSC Basclmllers Vs. National Champs Long Beach State's baseball :eam, boasting a 10-4 record takes on.national champion Arizona State in .three games liis weekend in Tempe, Ariz The' 49ers play a singli game this afternoon (3 p.m. and a t w i n b i l l Saturday starting at i. The Wildcats re cently won two of threi games against Los Angele State. LBCC Spikers Go Long Beach City College's irack team returns to Viking Field today for a Metropolitan Conference dual meet with El Camino. The Vikings were upset in their Metro opener last week at East L.A. and are out to right their record at 1-1. Rodeo Ducats on Sale Tickets are on sale dally at :he Long Beach Arena for the Pacific Indoor Rodeo March 25-27, the fourth year the professional rodeo has been contested under the big top here. 4-0) and features Rusty tock, one of the nation's top ll-arourd gymnasts. Prices are $1 for adults, SO ents for students. LBSC stu lents will be admitted free. o the mound today as Long Jeach City College attempts o even its Metropolitan Con- erence record at 2-2 against isiting Bakersfield. The game was originally scheduled for Bakersfield but Wi carry a eompliti selection of plywood) allot riHft rONS TAIL! DOORS NATURAL FINISH!! TOfS AND STANDS CEILING ISATINLAC) WILDWOOD TILE MASONITl . VARATHANE FORMICA PAITICLI IOAIB POLY-CLAP MOULDINGS INSULATION PLYWALL SHEETROCK PEGtOARD WHITE F1RZITE PINE FIXTURES GLUE (ALL TYPIS) SHELVING 80AT PLYWOOD Hour* · a.m. - 5 p.m* dally oxcopt SMR.; · a.m. - 4 p.m., Sat. Fail Sirvlca lor IDIY Ptopll. - - Qalllly Blfera IUJLD GOOB WITH Long Beach PLYWOOD CO. 18S1 Frttmaii Avt., Long I«ac1i ·! 4-7415 W« C«llvir Old Daddy Triumphs in Pimlico Feature BALTIMORE (UPI)-- O l d Daddy scored an easy 2 ! / 2 length v i c t o r y at Pimlico Thursday in the $6,500 Colonial Village Purse. . ' Joe Culmore r o d e Old deMetropolis Hurls for Vikings Today Paul deMetropolis will go Daddy who'has not been out of the, money this year. The 6-year-old gelding paid $4.40, $3 and $2.40. Queen's Delight paid $4.20 and $3 and G r e a t Depths, who set the early pace, returned $2.80. .he Renegades are hosts to i the State Basketball Tournament and wanted no other athletic events to conflict Raymond Elevated DOVER, Del. (UP!) -- Har ry (Tubby) Raymond, successful as both a football a n d baseball coach here, t o o k over the head football coaching at the University of Delaware Thursday as a successor to long-time winner D a v e Nelson. LONG BEACH ROTARY BASEBALL BOYS WANTED AGES --13 14 loyi IMnfj IB.tin lofctwoed CUM wko would, llk« to ploy night boMball, P!MM phono Mr. bit, oft« S P.M. at HA 5-4*70 for liittnlew aid tryout. Trophlts, mlmmlny, ·«. Fishing Facls StlT'MiOt--a MKencWon 5 boat? cauohl 11 bonllo, 3 calko bail, 134 halibut, Plerpalnt LanHiKH32 paiswiows i 3J lilfbuE SO ... Baifio*--34 pas: 51 barracuda!:! PKIIK Landing-- 67 aaseaaen an i boats causM !3 halibut, ISO rode oxl jCULPEPPER Donnell Culpepper is on special assignment in Mexico. His column will resume next week. 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