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Fanfare -vooveeono PRACTICE/ ^E GREAT CREDIT TO PROFESSION' Present Wool/ Award to Harmatz Feb. 9 The annual George Woolf Memorial Jockey Award has been voted to Willie Harmatz on ballot of turf writers and sports editors covering the current Santa Anita meeting. The award, a bronze miniature of the George Woolf statue which stands in the Santa Anita paddock gardens, will be presented at public ceremonies before the races Tuesday, Feb. 9, which, inci-i dentally, will be Harmatz's, 29 birthday. * * * * EACH YEAR the award honoring Woolf, who lost his life in a racing accident at Santa Anita in January, 1946, is voted to an outstanding rider whose career has reflected great credit on his profession. No jockey may receive it more than once. Harmatz rode Royal Orbit to victory in the 1959 Preakness Stakes. He is one of two jockeys ever to win successive runnings of the $100,000- added Santa Anita Maturity, scoring with Spinney in 1957 and with Round Table in 1958. In 1957 he won the $100,000-added Hawthorne Gold Cup with Round Table. On April 23, 1954, he rode six winners in a row at Bay Meadows. Born in Wilkes-Barre, Pa., WILLIE HARMATZ Draws More Honors National Record to L.B. Skater ST. PAUL (Special) --National indoor champion Mike Mickclson of Calif., broke Long Beach, the juvenile boys' 880-yard record Sunday but failed to win his division in the National Outdoor Speed skating championships. Mickelson, 13, sped the half-mile in 1:24.4 to break Paul Nelson's four-year-old mark of 1:24%. Nelson won the intermediate boys' title here Sunday. Mickelson represented the DeMorra Club of Paramount. It was his first outdoor meet. Jim Quenemoen, Richfield, Minn., was crowned the juvenile boys' champion, chosen on the basis of points CR.II-, C* T7 1 \M f ,-.,7, , piled in races from 220 yards|O«JT · ifl til fl i to one mile. Stan Fail of Paramount wnn (lie senior men's five-'': mile in the time of 15:16.4. Ken Bartholomew, who won End of Career for Hillsdale? Hillsdale's great racing career may be at an end. The stable area at Santa Anita Sunday -buzzed with the rumor that the 5-year-old son of Take Away will be retired to stud because of an ankle injury. A swelling in the left front ankle forced owner C. W. Smith to scratch his Indiana- bred from the San Carlos Handicap Jan. 9. The swelling went down and Hillsdale worked five- eighths in 1:02 Wednesday. his 14tli overall t i t l e Sunday, finished third in this race. Bud Campbell, also representing the DeMorra Club, was third in the intermediate boys' 2-mile and fourth the three-quarter mile. in N.Y. Baseball Scribes Honor Lopez, Fox NF.W YORK MW--Manager Wilt Sets 41 Points But after the drill, Hillsdale's ailing leg filled again. * * * * DR. ALEX HARTWILL. noted Kentucky veterinarian will inspect Hillsdale's ankle today. Hillsdale, purchased for $25,000 by Smith, has won purses of $646,935. Harmatz moved to Los Angeles with his family five years later and was educated in the Los Angeles schools, graduating from Roosevelt High School in 1949. His entire family moved to Long Beach shortly thereafter. Although Harmatz, his wife and four children now reside in Arcadia, Willie's parents and three brothers still live in Long Beach. TICKETS GOING FAST FOR 'TROTTERS GAME Although going fast, tickets remain for the fabulous Harlem Globetrotters' appearance at Municipal Auditorium Tuesday night. The Trotters, led by comical Meadowlark Lemon and set-shot artist Clarence Wilson, will face the Baltimore Rockets. This year, the Globetrotters bring an added attraction -- former National and Wimbledon champion Althea Gibson and Karol Fageros, who will put on a 15- game tennis match starting at 7:30. Tickets, priced at $4, $3.50, $2.75, $2.50 and $1.25, are on sale at Proctor's Sporting Goods, 128 W. B Basketball Standings SOUTHWEST Conference All Games .... W LPF PA W L PF PA Texas A8.M .... 4 1 330 273 12 1 926 702 Arkansas 3 1 3 0 4 3 7 8 8 6 968 93S SMU ,, 3 1 144 237 10 4 9i8 885 Texas 3 ? 305 312 9 5 1032 94' Texas Tech-- 2 2 250 250 6 9 9H 966 Baylor ,,. 2 2 3 4 4 3 5 3 8 7 1 0 1 5 973 TCU 1 3 2M 277 4 10 950 987 Rice 0 5 283 344 3 12 969 109i BORDER Conference All Games .. H W LPF PA W L PF p; New Me* 3 0 207 168 13 3 1141 972 Wcsl lex. St.- ? 0 189 168 6 6 956 985 Aril. 51. U 3 2 390 339 9 5 1122 10D r Arizona . . . 2 3 311 335 5 10 1008 108 Hard-Simmons.. 1 3 295 330 £ II 1235 134t, Tex. Western... 0 3 175 217 4 12 1009 1145 BIG TEN Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF P. Ohio SI _ 5 0 470 382 13 2 1396 1073 Minnesota 5 9 537 485 9 8 1188 1145 Illinois 3 2 410 409 )1 3 1105 1057 Northwestern. 3 2 323 341 6 8 977 1W1 Iowa _. 4 3 5 1 2 4 9 / 1 2 5 1 2 9 4 1 1 8 9 Mich. St. 3 3 516 516 8 5 1057 1021 Purdue ,, 3 3 461 437 B 7 1106 10B5 Indiana 1 3 305 308 10 4 1127 1026 Michigan 0 4 251 323 ? 11 835 97! Wisconsin 0 5 353 424 3 1 1 984 1106 Conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Kansas St. .... 5 0 3 3 2 2 8 0 11 5 1086 986 Iowa St 4 2 3 3 9 3 3 4 1 1 4 931 861 Oklahoma 3 2 313 300 8 8 969 9?' Colorado 3 2 288 309 9 6 929 933 " · - - 9 8 905 849 7 1091 10H ---- - - 8 8 1093 107 Nebraska 0 5 274 306 4 12 1011 1015 SKYLINE conference All Games W L PF PA W L PF PA Utah St 5 0 401 3!3 15 2 1293 110- Colo. St. 5 1 440 374 8 7 1036 9 Utah . 4 1 402 347 15 2 1415 12. Denver 2 3 3B2 374 ~ Brio. Youno .. ? 3 309 373 Montana 1 4 3J3 J/0 Wyomlno .... " " New Mex. o o r a o ______ 288 309 Okla. SI. _______ 3 3 309 290 Kdnsas ........ _... 2 3309309 Missouri ....... _ 1 4 28A 320 . 7 8 1010 1040 5 11 1038 1183 '. 1 4 297 371 4 10 836 946 1 5 434 526 4 U 10/0 1213 ROCKY MOUNTAIN Conference All Games W LPF PA W L PF PA Idaho St. . . 4 0 325 223 14 3 1219 97f Colo. Colleoc... 6 2 564 569 8 2 717 70 Colo. St. Coll.. 4 ? 535 445 6 7 1051 103 Colo. Minos 3 5 5 1 5 5 9 5 5 1 0 9 6 6 1 1 3 Western St. ... 2 6 507 581 3 (1 898 102 Adams St I 5 430 463 5 9 1002 104 SOUTHEASTERN This is charity week at j w°LPF n pA w A L G p a F ie pA Santa Anita. Highlights are Qcoroia Tech. -the $25,000-added Santa Catalina Wednesday and the $50, 000-addcd Santa Margarita Saturday. Eddie Schmidt, Finnegan and Swaps Kin are top-rated in the mile and an eighth Calalina, while Silver Spoon, Indian Maid, La Plume and Sybil Brand head the field in the Margarita, to be the same distance. . . 7 0 508 405 16 ? 1301 108 Kentucky 6 2 558 463 12 S 1280 116 3DI '.'" 4 ,,.... 3 Georola 4 2 376 369 11 3 971 84 2 ^ 0 7 404 11 4 1053 100 2 314 319 8 7 1078 104 .._.. 3 493 481 9 7 1158 113 Florida 2 4 409 433 5 9 1009 102 Miss. St. .2 4 396 408 8 8 1104 lOW Tennessee 2 4 430 421 7 8 1132 111 Vandcrbilt ? 4 374 385 9 A 1089 103 Louisiana Alabama . 3 1 3 1 SAN FRANCISCO (/P) -Philadelphia's Wilt Chamberlain broke the Cow Palace scoring record Sunday with 41 points as the Warriors defeated the Minneapolis Lakers, 114-104, in a National Basketball Assn. game. The score had been lied nine times before Philadelphia broke away halfway through the final period. Chamberlain broke the Arena record nf 39 City League Baseball Local 148 L.B. Rookies AB H 0 A AB H 0 A Goolsbv.d 2 l 0 0 Clark.c 3 0 9 1 .Jefferson,?b. 4 2 1 0 MiloviCh,3b 4 0 0 2 Cormark.lh 4 0 4 0 Hoffman.p 4 1 0 1 DcLaRosaJb 2 0 0 0 KccUb 4 0 6 0 Henslcv.ss 4 1 2 1 Estco.lf 3 1 1 1 Gr.thAm,c 3 0 I S O Holmes,ss 3 1 1 1 Smith.if 4 1 2 0 Gallln.cl 2 0 1 0 RoincrnicUl 2 0 0 0 Srcmak.rf 3 1 1 1 Calienle Results MRST RACE-6 furs. Connu, riunl * 5.00 S 3.20 S 3.8 Wlfh Pav, Frarl'r . . 9.00 6.20 .Ealro, Rav . 4.0 at Time. l:12'». Scratched--My Axloi Artec Kid, Jewel Lady. I dee. SECOND RACE-4 furs. Avalon Dav, Dooiing . . 16,00 7.60 5.0 Slcnlovrr, Andradc . ?4.40 15.7 Oanickccpcr, Huilt . 8.8 Time, 1:11 3 '. Scratched-- Nlla'o Nifty .Sir G.irrth. Fabulous W.. Mavdon. THIRD RACE--511 turs. Wmdv Joss, Dooiing _,, 6.80 4.40 3.M Rilllto Bov, Frailer . . 4.80 3.6 Foslabrook, Solo 4.2 1 Time, 1:04';. Scratched--Donna Grande | Ordnance- Sahuara Donna, Klss-Me-Lou Red Handed Dally Double S53.JO FOURTH RACE--One mite 70 yds. Mrs. Murphv, Long . 11.BO 5.20 4.C Fiamctto, Daoacl ... 9.40 5.C Pampered Girl, Domingucz ... 4.4 Tims. 1:44i i. Scratched -- Y a t a Inca B. w Jr., Fadiadeen. FIFTH RACE--I i' miles. Friendly his, Ara:,undl 5.70 4.40 3.. 2 0 0 3 Krlctrhur0,2b 3 0 5 1 Lfl. Rookies Totals 794 2J B 000 000 30--3 000 000 00--0 E--Loc.il UB I, L.B. Rooklci .. .. Acrlno 8, Hoffman 7, Srcrnak 1. WP-' ' LP--Hoffman. IB--Goolsby. 2B-- Jclfcrson. BB--Merino 2, Hotlman 4. SO A! Lopez and second baseman'.established by Nellie Fox of the Chicago.of Stanford. Ron Tomsic T-- 15, Hoffrr 15. 6. U--Bcvcr Shcsadoll, Lspinosa .. 13.00 9.6 in Fast, Andradc . Time, l:45'/j. Scratched -- Heck Ye: Power Pal, Tinkle, Challcnocr lom. SIXTH RACE-6 lurs. West Vallcv, Kloss .. . 5.60 4.20 3.6 Perfect Lee, Dodge . . 7.40 5.-1 Tcrcs'ta, Clark 4.6 Time, 1:11'v. Scralchcd--Pas Scul, Fid White Sox accepted the traditional awards at Sunday night's 37th annual dinner of the New York chapter of the Baseball Writers' Assn. of America. Ty Cobb, Hall of Fame member, and Hank 1 Bauer, former New York Yankee, also were honored. Lopez received the Bill Slocum award" for meritorious service lo baseball over the years." Fox was given the Sid Mercer award as "player of the year" for 1959. Elgin Baylor scored 21 points to lead the Lakers. :,-. : f :,-. ;: LITTLE GUY RODGERS, one of the smallest men on Melz' Record-Tying 284 Takes Seniors DUNEDIN (UPI) -- D i c k Metz, 51-year-old ex-touring the court scored 18 6 feet even, the Warriors and delighted the crowd of 8,057 with sharp passing on the Philadelphia breaks. Chks Txco AB H 0 A LB Blues Butler, o 2 1 1 1 Krsmc-lr. . . Mnctt, ll-3b 4 1 0 1 Shaw, Ib Bridges, c 2 1 8 1 A. Flshr, 3b Kor7en.?Mf 4 0 0 0 Larson.cf Ptiibro,Ib 2 0 3 I B. Rhrdsn,s Picnl, 3b-2b ? 1 0 1 J. Rchdsn, c Welch, M ? 1 1 0 Cavaio, n^rf R. Fisher, cf 2 0 0 0 Co1trell,2b Daniel, rf 3 1 2 0 Temrning, p B.irrett, o-cf 1 0 0 0 Hviton, cl-D Crawford, cl 1 0 0 0 Noll- r f . i.40 dlirr Kale, Herculen, Doi SEVENTH RACE--Hi milCS. Convoke, Ebp.ncid . 6.63 I Koosh, Medina . AB H O A Hasty Bov ?nd, Araoundl 3 1 1 0 lime, 2:32*:.. Scratched--Mis: 7 ' 4 1 Turkey Talk, Win-A-Mint, K«r r-*r, 2 1 0 0 EIGHTH RACE-4 tUfS. 3 0 1 OljTQuidccn, Hunt . 5.60 4.00 .5 J l 0 1' Forncverend, Pedcrson .. 8.20 : 3 ° f °!Brawlcv Blues, Dodoc P P J P j Time, I:!!__. Scratched--EnipHspn. 1 1 1 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 4.01 4.G Sudai Totals 25 6 1 5 5 Totals 19 5 16 5 Chuck's Texaco . . 0 0 2 1 0 0 -- 4 L.B. BlUCS 0 1 2 3 0 X-- 6 E--Texaco 6. Blue 3 IP--Butler 4, Tcmmino 3. Hvlfon 2, Barrett 1. Ov.izos " -Butler, BB-- . WP-Hviton. LP--Butler. ._ B. Richardson. Sac--A. Flcischnc,. _ _ Bullcr 5, Tcmmino 1 Hviton 2. Barrett 2. SO--Butler 7, Tcmmino 2, Hviton 4, Barrett 1, Cava/os 2. SB--Bridges. U--Me- The Stilt hit only 17 points' K c n n a H o r t n c c k . r . . , ., j .1 i i ' L - B - Merchants South Bay A.C. in the first half, and the Lak-' A B H O A A B H O A " ' · · · 3 2 " " 3 I , r , ,. , , ,r,. i Hrown.c-lb 3 0 5 2 Zlcmke'ct e r s e f t the court a t h a ftime Miicncn.?b 4 0 2 2 smih.» Pcrcz.3b.ll · Weaver ,cl Slaplct Boston laincblcnu, Positive Regards, Miss Srno rila. NINTH RACE-- lu miles. Conrad, Doollna .. ......... 11-00 *.00 Big Risk, Burton ..... . 3.20 Go Hnonv, Whill . . . . . . . Time, l:43 J i. No scratches. TENTH RACE-- I-', miles. Pibe Cannes, Andrcadc 3.BO 2.60 , Born Mifltlty, Dagn - . Tony's Reckon, Hunt Time. 1:44 Scratches unavailable. 5-10 POOl J97,574. 42 tickets, 6 winners 51,568.00. Consola tion SS7 tickets, 5 winners $39.40. ELEVENTH RACE-- 6 furs. hr.cs Acr, I con . . 2.BO 2.60 2.6 Uncle Baldwin, Hunt . . 4.20 leading 55-51. In other games, downed Detroit, 146-127, five Celtics scored over pro from New Orleans, fil ' ed ! cent ers a final round of 70 to win t h e j 21st annual PGA Seniors golf] championship Sunday with a! record-tying 72 hole total ofj 284. 'Dick Mclr -- 71-70-73-70-78J points, and St. Louis downed Syracuse, 117-110, as Clyde Lovellette outscored George Kerr, 39-38, in a battle of STANDINGS EASTERN DIVISION W. . _ 0 Nadv.t 4 0 5 0 0 0 0 Bebich.lb 3 1 1 3 0 _ 0 2 2 Urlbe,3b 3 0 Ch(fc,lb-3b 3 0 1 1 Cowdin.rf ,T 0 Johnson.o 3 0 1 0 Scherer,2b 3 0 Aldane.rf 2 0 1 0 Guardado,p 3 1 _ rvcr.c l 0 B 0 Sholton.lf 2 0 3 0 Govclte.lf 2 1 1 0 Bero,rf 0 0 0 0 Totals 27*1 37" 12 _._. _ . 000 000 000-P South Bay A.C 001 MO OOx--5 E--L.B. Merchants 3, South Bay A.C. 1. IP--Johnson 8, Guardado 9. WP--Guardado. LP -Johnson. 2B--Zicmbc, Perez. BB--Johnson 3. Guardado 1, SO--Johnson 11, Guardado 4. HBP--Bebich by Johnson. U--Martin Bcvcr. T--2:10. « _.. O'larc, Dominnuei 11 Timfi, 1-10 Scratches unavailable. TWELFTH RACE--6 furs. Traidoras, Wnltt . 70.60 9.BO Butte Bov, Gonralci .... 8.BO d-Mr Anomar, Araoundi d-Rosvth, Media d--Deadhcat. Time, 1:11. Scratches unavailable. oulntcla si39.20. Rcbiir Constr. L.B. Hellcats Pet. Flovl.n 41 11 .788 Colcman,2b 36 15 .706'Gordon.Ib 29 23 .550 BridfiCS,!! 22 30 .423 Dixon.3b Al AB H 0 A Tonv Longo .. Paul Runyan Charlie Shepherd 74.73.71-72--28 ?!· 75-70-73--7B9 Dclrolt 68-72-78-72-290 Charles Farlow 72-W-7J-79-291 Leland Gibson ^.66-75-75-7A-292 J«ck Isaacs _... ,, 73-74-7I-75--293 Willie GOBOin ,, n ..,72-73-72-76--293 Clarence Doser ..,, _ 76-71-73-74--294 Pete Burke 70-75-74-75--294 Minneapolis -- Cincinnati Sunday's Results Boston 1-J6. Detroit 127. SI. Louis 117. Syracuse 110. Philadelphia 114, Minneapolis 104. Onl*/ games scheduled. L. Pet 20 .592 .12 .385 33 .298 41 .255 Monctlc.ss Bar.elUf Butler.rl AB H O A . 1 1 0 0 Purc.iro,ss 3 0 1 0 Romero.n . 1 0 5 0 Crawford.3 2 0 0 0 Putnam,; 3 3 3 Oj 2 1 2 0 Kcdiow.,ki,2b 3 1 0 0 2 0 2 1 Ruzek.rf 3 1 0 0 2 2 1 4 Heavican.lf 3 2 3 0 2 0 1 0 Lapolnl.rf 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 Dillcnbcck,lb 3 0 4 0 'Anita Jockey Race Bill Shoemaker I. Vaicmuela Eddie Arcaro Rrilph Neves x-Gordon Liinowav , Mts. 150 174 120 2nd Jr. 21 1 23 1 20 1 5 1 17 1? 1 Snow White Dairy Nabs City Bowling Team Title Tolals 2 1 4 1 2 5 Totals 2 4 1 0 1 5 3 RCbar 002 10-- 3 Helicals 014 5x--12 E--Robar 7, Helicals 3. IP--Romero 5, Flovd 4. WP--Romero. LP-- Flovd. HR-- Monellc. 3B-Putnam. BB--Flovd 3. SO-Romero 2, Flovd 2. SB--Purcaro, Hcari- can. U--Hertncck, McKcnna. Rcgalicrt AB H 0 A Jesters AB H 0 A S. Smilh. rl 4 0 1 2 Crisantl. D 4 0 1 1 Wrdnoln, 2a 4 l 3 1 B. Pcrnm. Ib 3 0 7 0 Horning. Ib 5 3 « 0 B. Soulh, 2b 4 1 1 7 T.lvlor. 3D p J 1 0 2 B.irrom. » 4 1 7 1 Walker, St. 5 0 2 4 Dlggs. 3 b 4 0 2 1 Tucker, n 5 0 0 1 Tollinocr. c 3 0 1 J O Kellv. r l 4 1 0 0 TcrcMna. c { 3 1 0 0 Bradley, c 4 3 13 I Junker, rl 3 1 0 0 J . Smilh, I f 4 1 0 0 Waddle, r l 3 1 0 0 Tol.lls 3 9 8 7 7 1 1 Tolals 3 1 2 2 7 1 0 By ALICE MEGLEMRE The Long Beach WBA city tourney team event ended Sunday night and doubles and singles events are slated to roll the next two weekends at Boulevard Bowl. A late squad, at this writing, may produce a change in Class B-C-D team standings hut Class A is all wrapped tip (unofficially) by Snow White Dairy, defending champs. An interesting sidelight was noted Saturday night w h e n Apple Valley Steak House made Class its bid to A leaders. unseat the A near repeat of Clark formance last folded as the Center's per- weekend un- Steak House Rcgalierl 0 0 7 0 1 0 0 0 0 - B Jesters 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 2 E--Rcgalicrs 1, Jesters 2. IP--Tucker 5. Cnsnntl 9, Taylor 4. WP--Tucker LP --Crlsnntl. HR--Kelly. 28--Horning, Brad- lev. BB--Crlsanll «. SO--Tucker 6, Crl- santl 12, Taylor 7. HBP--B. Pcrrlm. SB--Bradley. U--Lambe-Merlno. Mexico Kickers Blank All-Slars Leon FC of Mexico blanked the California League All- Stars, 3-0, in an inlcrnalionul team appeared to have Class A locked up only to run into trouble in the last frame and fall five pins under the top team. Unofficial standings: Class A-Sno« While Dnirv, 7.653; Sr. V 2S. Slc " Houic ' " l; c '" k ' soccer match at East L.A. JC Class B-- Bund/ Fox Shoes, 2,^.18; Fcv Ic^'s Bow'lrg Supnlv arid /Apparel, ?.«5: Boulevard Bowl, 2,373. Claw C-- Fearless Five, 2,334; LokCV insurance, 2,3U; Atlantic Farms, 2,311. , , C1MS D-C4E Cleaners. Locos, 2,219; Harbor T«am No. J, 2,172. . . Transportation, LICENSE PLATES FINANCED We mav loan vou Ine cash now to purchase vour 1960 California license DlalCi on vour salary only. 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