Independent from Long Beach, California on February 22, 1964 · Page 18
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Long Beach, California
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Saturday, February 22, 1964
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Gun Bow Horse to Beat in Santa Anita Handicap Shoe After Riding Mark AU?EADY KNOCKEP GUN BOW TAKES AM By ERNIE MASON Gun Bow and jockey Bill out defeat, not including an Shoemaker team up for an' additional $5660 in fees which assault on all sorts of records [were not then credited to today u the 4-ycar-old stakes'bankrofl, but which are now star takes on 17 rivals in Unaccepted in figuring a horse's 27th running of the $145,000 earnings. · · Santa Anita - Handicap under sunny skies. A crowd of more than Shoemaker has won four prior runnings of the Santa Anita Handicap, and he is tie 55,000 is expected to witness with Johnny Longden for this the classic race in which Gun'record. The 57-year-old Long Bow is the advance 6-to-^den himself is riding a majo favorite, despite his extreme contender in the importet outside post position. GATES will open a half- hour earlier than usual at *» *« b! S field, the Urges 10-30 « m. with first race at the customary 1 o'clock. The South African horse. Colorad* King. Second choice to Gun Bow for the big 'cap since 22 wen to the post in 1947, is Cynni big 'cap wm be the seventhltung up at 7-2.' event on the nine-race pro-] Gun Bow hasn't had to hai gram, with post time for the]130 pounds around the track hundred-grander at about 4J5.' e ' ore I Nor did Gun Bow have ( Gun Bow, already a co- struggle through such an un holder with the great Round wieldly field as he will in thi Table of the l'/i mile track " " " record of 153^, can surpass the latter's Santa.Anita seasonal earnings record. Shoemaker, as Gun Bow's rider, could win his fifth Santa Anita Handicap for an individual riding achievement. . . . . LV WINNING three stakes Independent tan* IMA C«OL. laturdn. F*. n. MM F 3 * C-l Valley Stuns 49ers, 85-84 By AL LARSON Long Beach State saw its,tunate to finish the game with its-year basketball domirn- five men on the court. Start- ioa over Saa Fernando Valley ing with a cine-man squad. State end as the' Matadors coach Jeny Ban. lost thres ;dged the 49ers. 5-S4, in a men on five personals and had XAA thriller Friday night at! three other boys playing with Northridge. . ' [four fouls when the final The Beach City five had buzzer sounded. : never lost to Valley in eight] Al WindfeMt came up with previous meetings, but the another big eight when" he Matadors' reserve c e n t e r poured in 22 points for the Ernie Brandt sEpped in a basket with one minute to go to provide the winning margin losers. Tom Dortch had 11. Chuck Malouf came off the bench to spark the victocj and wash out a brilliant sec-lwith 21 point« before fouling ond half comeback led by out with 23 to go. Guard A LOOK back into the his BILL CROWLEY Double Winner State Spikers iJllUlIJ . . . . . of 19 field goal attempts and, * COACH DICK Perry's crew cashed in eight-of-eighi fre« It was only the first mee closes out its CCAA schedule throw attempts, three shy of of the year but Jack Rose's tonight when it travels to Los his biggest point splurge of John Rambo. The victory was only Valley's second against in conference seven defeats while the 49ers* league record stands at 3-6. Dave Swartz followed with 19 whil* Frank NordyVe and Pad Edmondson chipped in 12 and 10, respectively. . . . . . ~ RAMBO MADE good on 13 tory cf the race discloses thatjLong Beach State track team only four horses carrying Upturned in Friday what many coaches would consider a mid- season performance in throttling Cal Poly of Pomona, Channel 2, 4 p.m. pounds were able to win. They were Round Table in 1958, iMark - Ye - Well in 1953, so far this season by wide margins. Gun Bow has earned a total of J149.825. S-ES^^**** - «-*· » amount to $102,100, so that a Gun Bow victory would mean that the colt would have grossed $251,925 for the meeting. Round Table netted $244.- i30 in the 1957-1958 meeting in winning five stakes with- 120-26. The host 49ers cracked three meet records and boasted four double winners for the afternoon's festivities. Leading the parade was vet eran Ralph Lee, whose 4:18.0 races, 'clocking in the mile bested Over . tf«_y e *«. soTM 6 ^"t.his meet record mark by a alAMPIN«l 10 · Land lead -- J 1 Valley Sir It . t I Cal rV Y I San Fertianoo vallry 3ta*« »««r» Stjf, at. Frww itft r. Cal toly fM.0) It. Lei Aftoe*i Sla*4 19, San Diego Van 12. Tanlohrs Sckcdul. Land liaca at Ln *r,»ti«i Va^t. San Dicoa Sta* at Vallrv Jfata. Canty same* actifdule). Angeles State in hopes of -the year. ' w J LBSC hit 53 percent of it» i u f } shots from the floor (32 tot* «-°' '.61) but Valley got off 12 matt is. land shots and wound up with 4 more baskets which was decisive in the end. " Fresno turned .back Cal Poly (SLO) to give the Bun- dogs a 10-0 record. It is only avenging a loss. The Matadors first round gO-SSi 1 " fourth time that * le *« i ? champion has posted a perfect record since the conference oses failed at the impost. r fui] second. Seabiscuit tried j Jeff Clements'4 S.7 quarter * * * Betz Backs Gun Bow SEVEMTa ».VCI-- 1^4 miles, - By ROY BETZ "Si" RP. It* SMTI Anita H«n*e*e. rr Nona J«ckcr 11 Gun 8ow IShoemafcrrl It £«W. ConsrsTtno ICUrOl) 11 » AdmiraVs Vovao* (Leonard) . i a-Win-EnvA] (Baczat . 1 OlCen Times {K. V ' ~ 7 DrU Sit, (Nevo . 14 Colorado It* 7 Quit* Oufe 'ASf^"- Beat Him and takt Tt al . Should be rtiKrv*now~IIir r to b* cowntetf cut _ =TI :H! Blades Bow to Portland Mighty old and missed in 1935. equipoise, admittedly raced out at the age of 7, trailed eventh in 1935, and Discovery finished in the same pot in 1936. ChaHendon ran far down the race track i a 1941, and in m the 100 and 220, Bill the famous head-and-head Crowley had a two-mile effort dud of Citation and Noor in W 9-^9^ and dropped to the 1950, Citation's 132 was too half-mile for his second vie- much and Moor, HO, got the tory in 2XJ5J. decision. l u*f start . Ccmes^trern far tadc . S l-Mancate fl Ul-Canz (Yoi 17 f-RocM Urd i otetiire puncs. . il led e«!er 4 6-Vikind SDU1T I 4 Tftree Links 4T«frlejcni LONCSHOT--DftniX UTI ·--f rw w. Hoo - fc--T. E. Irrfrlr «--Munvd te;d. 113 Figures among vtragslert . By RICH ROBERTS til The Portland Buckaroos it worked for Tom McCarthy ||! .came from behind to defeat ; Blades, 4-3, in the LA. ports Arena Friday night. Or, if you don't mind fac- the truth along with the 7,713 who witnessed it, the ULU U S ; Elans Topple Vikings, 90-82 By KEN PWERXETZ Long Beach Gty Collegejwhen they were in the game played its poorest basketball they an seemed to tire quick game in a long while Friday night--and the final result showed it. The Vikings were opset by hustling East Los Angeles, 90-82, in their own gym. The Joss put LBCCs league record at 7-5 and there's a good chance it will dip even lower !y. All three had missed practice the last two days with the flu. Still it was a dose game ^^*^^»**£*£«Z£% six quick points in a «*\%? *«*£**% TM with three minutes to go that! lu*4At+^'l Friar* 1 at *a ***|1 ···»** V boosted East UA.'i margin » 1 Cad L-A, . · x yiii» | tanta ManJcB . 4 1 Crrm 0. lax 6m a. Santa Monica O, VaJlar 7S. II Cvntnu 112. Vafcarsfltfol CamnTanlfM San Dr» ar iMcreirTd [3:26), Gerry Coyer (635) B31 Saunders (10:49) ant Tommy McVie(l MO). · · · · O.V McYTFS go-ahead shot. Young moved in alertly to Blades blew a three-goal lead help out the beleaguered Me to further endanger their changes of making the Western Hockey League playoffs. The fans may have been disappointed, but they saw at least part of what they came for. Howie Young got into a fracas and finished the game in the penalty box. Leod but just wound up in the net with the puck, the re light burning brightly over head. Portland's first two goals were scored with the oppo- WL Hockey Standings :S .a Famed mile eclipsed his year-old rec- Qsman, a junior college transfer, heaved the javelin 196-6. * · * . i SPRINTER Jim Richardson sped to 93 and 2Zi wins clamped a full-court press on the visitors and roared to a 49-39 half time lead. Then Mr. Rambo went to work. The gjf 11 TM., »t - handed forward - center AA . , rammed _m 28 pomts after intermission and Ti-ound op with 34 aH-told. But it wasn't 1 ?^ tr "" quite enough. IT WAS the Blades" fourth Ig,.^TM?"" consecutive loss. They'll try again to shake the slump at Vancouver tonight, then go to Seattle Sunday night for a game to be telecast back home on channel II at 7. The Blades built a three- orsd. Goalie Jim McLeod was Fruar** Rturtn ··omand J. Itadn L S«am» «, Denver I. COnt* oam« »cr*Su'*d ) Taniflnri Set I «*1 aT VarKOuvtr (Only B*rrr« Khljted- The Norsemen at one time (70-59) and then mnaged to nents shorthanded, as was O"Ree's. Young's trouble came with 18:03 remaining in the game. As the Blades continued a furious but futile assault, to make only cneJHowie cross-checked Jack Bi- save; then he couldn't make onda with his stick, then enough. [clipped him on the chin with At first the Buckaroos his gloved fist. There was no get a stick on further ruckus. Bob and Lee ken before Schroeder turned the tide again. Johnson with IS and Mars- keH with 14 were LBCCs next week since the last two only steady scorerr. No other _-ll ^ .V. J yjj^ ^^j ovej . jg poJjjtj^ Schroeder was only one of from the left circle at [Portland's Orval Tessier, who 6:25 had three assists: Coyer and Rodriguez, besides leading! Hargrove . didn't start and Totlay's Sports Card Traa-U*C n. VCTA lalra. UCLA. ifarM tactoawlanta Anita. I ajn. Drat tacjtii ua»» Draa sar«. ·rtani a.m. ·'fmtnanonft a. 31 ».n\ rra tafftttUJl-- Lafeari n. Cnc:nnan. 1. A Voorfi 7.M tJn. p.m. un« l»ae Val games will be ca the road against Valley and San Diego, respectively. East LA. is now 5-7 in Metro (Jay and has three games ia a row. · · · · BOB HUNT s h u f f l e d LECCs starting lineup out of necessity. Mike Wai die, George Deering and Romie was open--which seemed Eke and Willie O'Ree and Norm Blade center Gordon Vej- Johnson connected in the prava. final minute 15 seconds apart.!,];;^} » t Young assisted on O"ReeV;;g- *·,.,.,.,,,, goal, feeding the puck to.gXjjjJj,^''' fist-movinz Willie, who feinf-)..«»»*-"«i"*: ance before firing. But then the Blades backed a*T/ , ivii^-or «i»p £.* "'"" passed off to LOUIS CANT BELIEVE HOW BAD CLAY IS MIAMI BEACH (UPI) -Former heavyweight champion Joe Loms witched young Cassius Clay In Ms final boxing drill Friday and said: "He's got to be kidding! He can't be that badT Bomber Joe, who is attached to the rival camp of heavyweight champ Sonny Listen, predicted that Sonny "win kin him" in their title fight here Tuesday night "if that boy keeps puling back from punches asd nuking a lot of other mistakes." day, 22, appeared fast but ineffective in his final four rounds of i pairing -two with Dave Bailey and two with OJy Jones. T WO othe, jc transfers also were double winners. Hardier Joug Smith from Hirbor took top honors in the 120 highs 15.8) and 330 intermediates ;40 J) while George Guccione, : ormerly of East L. A, captured the 130-3 and was inaugurated in 1939. VaHey-i JVs rocked 49er JVs, 101-75, In the the gone ,, Beach had ^--. afami -- ·head, 84-S3, on Long John'iSyai^sr 15-foot swisher with threelcc""* ~ minutes remaining. Following v a turnover by Valley, LBSC ' went into a stall with 235 discus throw at 41-0. left but a traveling violation cost possession of-the ban with 135 left. After Brandt shook free for his easy layin, LB had one final chance, but Rambo, forcing a shot underneath with two defenders closely guarding him, missed and the Mat^^Jador crowd of some 700 went ^,,jinto hysterics. i "ol The Matadors were for a% c x cliin« 'Sports on Radio-TV UCIA n. Stanford. KM PC. S a.m. B.m. * Lahers vs. CKKlnnatl. KHX l.3t g.nv TELCV1SICII ' - · ace Bnvtew. KTTV (n. II ajn. ' CnaiMDa CoK JacXle Cu«t aod raul Arnold ratmer arid Canr CIS Con On«c (An Wall and Jacl lurke. jr^ w Dow Ftfisterwald and Era Coal«). IIIXT Kl.If.m. - · T Tour (Mn Orleans). '·owllng. KHJ m. S.3 ''Santa Anita ftfturt (aca. HHXT CT. Soorl» Spvdal, KNIC i Wid4 »ond e) - g.m. Lninni CLIl J Oil. II. Bavta ail weef rfcord. aid Armstrend ' W a. Ityai B» 43.X ~iMi!a~naT-- Lani ttaek (ttosi Dt Swvocr S3J, CruftRS 5U. Snlrlrr 49.n ~ Mig» lumB--Tw betwaef and DougrerV (CT) II. r»lm raw* -- Kt*f« nil ail 111. FaUl Land lum»--S« RurtT (CF Swrwr (LI) ll cr fa. ^ffS- Uom " _ .. _ _ _ . XF"! R3-1I. JaxaUK--Otiran rLK 1»4. Tucker ICr) mart. Tnpla mon (CP) - - - - - - - - - - - . . Tancr OJ U3-U (Meat raeord. art. 1*1 S By Land of CM rolv. ROYALS PLAY LAKERS IN CRUCIAL TONIGHT E i p a r t s uy there If nothing like home for a ban club r e t n r n l n g home from a rugged road trip. Let's hope to, for the Lakers' sale. Because, the local heroes must tangle with the Cincinnati Royals, thi NBA'* best ball club In r e c e n t weeks. To describe the game as crucial would be trite--but true. Now In third place. every remaining contrit Is a big mt for LA.--those footsteps you hear are th* fast-rising Baltimore Bullets. Oscar Robertson, basket- balTf new "Ir. Everything," [parti the Rayah along with rookie Jerry Lucas. Fast Finish for 49er Forerunner Rick formula seemed to be to keep ! · *-| 4 «--« WL Hockey Results aU the time. Bass wound cp with 22, Schroeder 19 and Harkey 17. The game marked Hunt's last home coach. He is this season. Dec in Indoor Nationals aroea * .) NEW YORK -- The indoor] Two Long Beach State TMV-...«,., track season r e a c h e s it j athletes are favored to finish reunng *"er. di:nax lt M j di$on square among the leaders f art Ua. a f_ Jajcee Basketball Cad to Angela «. Un* laadl n. mt. San AmonhB 1% Orano* C44tf n. Cam ». San Clav af ·wncrtnaj *V Soum*«i'ti a M. Common 114 Let Anov'ti n. Harbor f7. ra«adin« 17. Sanri Wank* O. Vafln 7S. [Garden tonight with the Nau ticnal AAU indoor champion- t ships. uar: fa* L.A. a. t»CC n.' tonight. Dee Andrews is entered in the high hurdles, George Frena in the 35-pound weight 7 Most of the bij stars wiQ'throw. {be there--except for Tom! The Century dub and JOTiara. Bill Crothers, Bruce'group of Long Beach buit- J Kidd. Jini Beatty an J John|nessmen arranged their trans iporutioa. ' -- SM» »»01W »y Curl 1, LONG BEACH STATE'S Ralph Lee (far left) moves up to pass teammate Don Davis heading into last bp of mile, then breezes home (right) to tower own meet record to 4:18.0. Davis followed in 4:215.

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