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Saints Share Crown By RICHARD KOPPES SL Anthony High won its share of the Catholic League basketball tills Friday night in a con\incirig manner by routing Serra. 80-37. in the Saints' gym. The victory gave coach Jack Errion'i chib a 10-2 mark. _ . «t. Cam« _ 4 C»tfi«»ai _ S Motrv Carr* __ _ U | M TV. . 7 · nt sr: _ 4 I 70S 511 S2.I SI : · 11 i4 a. fi! equal of that posted by Hus X, which beat Notre Dame in its finale. St. Anthony opens againsi Pomona of the Montview League in its CIF playof; opener on Tuesday. Team scoring leaders Tony Terry and Harry Williams each had 20 points to lea the lopsided victory over the Cavaliers, who finished the league season with an 0-12 record. Ron Banks had 13 for th winners, equalling his aB time best. He bit 6 of 7. ». Antnonr e P f Tferra * 4 « l ? O N « t o f t I » I30r.tr " - Bar*! * M William* | *4 CHrrvtieJW J II Bower* 2 IJ 30um I I ? Con · 1-7 Sfru«t | »| MI '."HH, 1 VI .'f, 3 »:' · VI I I Ml L*fttl Itacft. *·«, Urturtfov. L*t*. XL 11*4 LOSE AW, PL/IY L/1TER.' Bruins Tackle Stanford By JEROME HALL 1 f T tun wrrw PALO ALTO-There is a strong suspicion among UCLA's loyal supporters Out the best thing that can happen to the Bruins is to lose a game--quickly. And there is * strong feeling of cooperation here. So. it looms a large possibility that come tonight in the S t a n f o r d gymnasium, the UCLA basktt- ban team »iH suffer its first loss of the season. John Wooden, the Bruin coach, deep down inside expects to lose. If not this one. then next Monday night at Seattle against the Washington Huskies Wooden doesn't expect his team to go undefeated. for basketball teams seldom do if they are playing in their own class. And it would be much better. Bruja rooters are beginning to realize, to lose one now thaa next month in the regional or national playoffs. A beating might be bene- ficiaL It would take away a pressure that has mounted steadily through 21 successive t r i u m p h s . That pressure showing in recent performances. It would not. likely, take away the No. 1 ranking. There is precedent for a Bruin loss here, though it's * * * TROY IX SEATTLE USCi basketball team plays in S e a t t l e tonight against the University of Washington. Next home appearance win be Monday night in the L. A. Sports Arena against Stanford. been a dozen years since the Uclans have lost to Stanford on a Southland court. Last year Stanford beat UCLA twice in the tiny S t a n f o r d gym. though UCLA eventually made it to the NCAA playoffs. Wooden-admits the pressure is getting to the coach as well as the UCLA players. He confided that his s t o m a c h empties after games thes: days. A UCLA loss tonight might be healthful in more ways than one. It isn't worth an ulcer. SPORTS SHORTS Giants Sign Three Japanese Players SAN FRANCISCO UV-The| PORTLAND (UPI) -- Jack first three native JapaneseJHurley, boxing manager «nd baseball players ever signed.ballyhoo expert, predicted by a U. S. major league crab Friday that if Cassius Clay will play in the farm system'can stay four rounds with of the San Francisco Giants Sonny Listen next Tuesday he this year. The Giants announced Saturday a precedent - making deal with the Osaka Hawks will win the world heavyweight championship. Hurley did not predict whether Clay would last the --Aisociatcd Prns ' Total* StUZSzTlO Total* 10 17 74 U 37, 1* * 4 u-a?! II. IJtlMnr , n sc«r*: Sctra M. St. AnTnortv 4 · « *c«rt: St. Anrhcnw 4?. S«TT« 4J. Ce» tear*: ST. Anrhonv X Serr» Z7. A VERV I5IG HIT Zeida Ramos, wife of Cleveland pitcher Pedro, gives her hubby a few tips on hitting during opening drills at Tucson Friday. Zeida was Miss Cuba of 1961. PREP RASERALL Rams, Bruins Go on Bat Rampage SPIKE ROUNDUP Warren Vauller Soars Over 15 1 /! A smallish Warren High'points, excluding a relay leg. 'of Japan's Pacific League|four rounds" w-hereby the three young high' school stars will come to the United States for at least a mOT . Ml *- ^--Buick 'year of minor league season-! ielded Fnda y to the request -;ing and perhaps a full career, 01 lhe Professional Golf As in U. S. baseball if they can: SOCUtlon for $".000 to P" make the grade. -TM 1 tele "sin s of next sum ! As Japanese baseball has mer ' s Bulck °P en GcA{ tour nament. improved, a growing stream 'of borderline U. S. major The General Motors Divi SAM SXEAD Hard Man to Please Royals Nip S.F., Celts Clobbered i leaguers has gone to Japan to s ' on kst Tuesday turned down play. But this is the firstj^e PGA demands and can-! .time that talent has flowed ce^ed plans for national tele-1 the other way. made high school, Webb and field history ran a and ·4:23 mile soph for ( Millikan and Wilson went and Murray Weiss each colon batting rampages to win'lected two hits apiece for their baseball openers Friday, Lake wood, but it wasn't b u t L a k e w o o d and Jordan enough as highly touted Lyn-jw-hen he bettered the'mational'AlpLzar hit 4:37 for the couldn't join them in the win-|wood scored a 5-2 win on the'prep pole vault record by go-'Iapper and Doug Willey added £~j ner's circle. [Lancers' diamond. ing 15 feet,'i-inch, 'nine points in Wilson's win. '_, The Rams, favored slightly! Bellflower scored ' DAYTONA BEACH. [vision of the June 11-14 ' tournament at nearby War- CMnpn*4 Frvra WJrt The Cincinnati Royals, led by hard pounding Oscar Robertson, took advantage of a Snead Sad With 68 in Seniors PALM BEACH GARDENS. Fix (UP!) -- S a m S n e a d moaned he "should have done better" but fired a four-under-par 3i-35--68 Friday for 135 and a three-shot lead after the second round of tie PGA seniors golf championship. Snead, making his seniors debut at 51, took a strong run toward the Teacher's Trophy and a trip to England to meet the British champion when he missed only one fairway on the 6.310-yard west course. That put him three strokes in front of Leland (Duke) Gibson when the slender Kansas City pro s h o t a 33-37--70 over the tougher 6.600-yard East course for a 138 total. Snead complained that he "missed a half-dozen putts u n d e r eight feet" and said that he had not missed a ard i way to ; out of 1964 Olympics gold second ffi!?.ari 1 =ff~ S:s sg!. edge out the Western Divi- iST»ra,'SSo«i-._ _ - Sit!" ision leading Warriors, 101- J.3 VT^fl- " : S1t{,! " In National Basketball »·"» «,«»»· """ ~^_' -147 It took race officials nearly!Friday to win the four-man 4 $2 hours to figure out who | international Diamond Trophy won the 100-mile sprint be-'race on ML Van Hoevenberg. . . . '- i ^ f ^ r t'* J l a u v l u i IM3IM .^f^^ Association condition. Robertson gave Cincinnati what San Francisco lacfcedjjf* consistency. T h o u g h he,^2 John Lena ,, f. J. Harrison _ John Barnum _ , 7170--143 _ ,, , 71 7*-l3 Mike Matsch didn't allow their mates could only collect f ce t se t bv Jim Brewer of u a hit for four innings and he,four hits. i Nonh phoenix High in 1957. »' also contnbuted a two-nm }^^-------g^ «J · Wilson's 15-J will not ,,£? r 10 TM*^. ,. . . . "Tv tornWii y*vm^f!rrTS J1 J!S? 1 "'count because it wasn't in a tf"A Lonn Maygren and Jotal tTM--= ·»»·£· ^sanctioned meet. !,,·£ McKee each belted two-run,M.ii4,2 -------~SS5i^i · - homers as Wilson traveled wVtV«iy?».mSTS: "°""°° ' JVi: Uilhkcn u. Ajnmfo. H Carouondtnt: BAH CCtt i UM.ooJ n K »-J » :*r IPV) C" 156 zi.t, wain I *n TV ZVJT. 1 «int IPVI fin «l the track's camera.1 Zardini, who was second in to operate electrically, the Olympics, was clocked in| and produced no pic-l4 J7.02 for four heats. scored only 32 points com-jfjj, pared to Wilt Chamberlain's J;f 40. the tall, gangling Robert- iTwVVirtS .--833.1 __ -- n 74--u: sustained each drive, bur, t*i IM. MC-I Officials " u " 100 " 1PI ° "· «"»,with x to Montebello and bombed the Oilers. 11-4. Stu Ehren doubled twice and singled for Wilson and Terry DeKraai joined McKee with three RBI each. Tim Lane. Fred Stepenhorst ing: Conger. finally came sequence t^So'Ipv,"^.) 5 "' Gr «* by Dick AHen of WSOC, Cha was Poly high jumper i* lry \ttMi»i.toSff e .~t**. N.C, which showed ,5.-vs,W i.?ii freeman. The 5-8. l»P«ii«l ,,,,,,,,,, ft ^ Ml ,, ·A*rshaii (a «mi junior soared over 6-4'yj in _l*-?/r. vtt « M u u.x laompsoo wci. But San Francisco, leading 53-52 at the half, cooled Caracas CXxan lO/OenTon rSI. MUyfi «rd CreioMon, Hoon !}: 8u» risos (3). Beaudrv (! *ntf Maidon C«Tiseoiu]«nt: RICK MOOVIR Hires' win over Centen-' o-Tbo'mcv» wci nj. tan. «] t.« between ^cllis (UC) nd Kunn (IM). ... JWJ S1J ^ lulhf (M) CJi .(Ml VS7J. «c«ill*n (MC^ VS. ALUHM State A 7 inc in Debut at Blair Field A host of new faces will be unveiled today, including that of head baseball coach Bob Wuesthoff, when Long Beach State takes on its alumni at Blair field at 1 p.m. Some old win be blended with the new in the morning wtien the 49er swimmers tackle JC powerhouse Foothill College at 11 o'clock in the LBSC poo?. Wuesthoff, who moved up from JV coach when Dick Ogg resigned at the end of the last season, has a bumper crop of junior college transfers with the pitching staff headed by B01 Bielefeld, 6-7, transfer from Cal and LBCC. and Terry Bales, ex-Cerritos hurier. Bruce Lowell, hard-hitting catcher from LBCC, enrolled this week to help Jim Herrick behind the plate and give the 49er hitting a boost, while ex LBCC second baseman John Gonsarves win help anchor down the infield. Bill Birch, formerly of FoothiD. win be out to harass his earlier teammates in the 400-yard freestyle relay and 200-yard freestyle, as coach Jim Scrialt^ team goes after its fourth dual meet win in succession. In other meets, Millikan ... ..... toppled Mira Costa. 65-39, as'** 5 TM 1 ' MC 'Ralph Spicer clocked 1^73 in'' S the half-rnile; Wilson edged "" --UU-1* . _ na--\-j 7770-- * Isaac's 1964 Dodge won at of lack of support in Dallas, l ,7 r ,._ . . 169.811 MPH. Petty, driving returned here Friday with the 1 K3S£*-. t it "ti 1 a 1964 Plymouth was thinfc'avowed intention of getting'gjgi?. '! f."*!TM Jimmy Pardue second. into basebalPs major leagues.'nut""' -- -- . Attlei dan lost to Warren, 60-44. Earl McCullough scored 11 CM) 1^4. FcaHlenTonc ( CIF REI-1YS Jordan Bee Team Only WELL-GROOMED, THAT IS ANGELS' 'MAD DOG' PALM SPRLVGS -- The Angels' "Mad Dog" may wind up a "Best of Show" if first impressions mean anything. As President Ljndon Johnson and Lopez Mateos of Mexico discussed international issues here. Lee Thomas, who establishes much of the Angels* won-loss policy, arrived three days early. The -Mad Dog* wai well groomed. "I weigh 1S2- ) pounds," said Thomas. "That's 12 pounds below what I I weighed at the end of the season. I've never felt better. · Also feeling better was manager Bill Rigney who ex- I pressed pleasure with a three-hour drill stressing fielding ..-^^--.^ T -^~ ri U 4 ft . B lrfrt ! b" the pitchers. The remainder of the mfieldtrs and out- Mike Home Jim Limieuxj'£!'"· "^'^ "'· ^^ '"i fie " frs "P 0 ^ M-»day. ,K ,.u. tnd Irfm «. mith l | l»lI.-«cC..lo US !..r» «·- »urr.tt. Totad SM ffi. Cincinnati 1 M 2 Hawlur, IS'avtrman 1 f] Tgt«l» . 7 3 ! » . S 4 * 14 it laiiM 7 9* u! · t i l It 31 _ 4973--147 nn-- 4*1 «**-- 4*4 _ 7V-7J-- 144 7*70-- V* W7S-37 101' i 29-- n S S4--Tffl I'MIinnincs' Open At Manila t Oarlev Ktw Zolantf 41 77--1« A Tuna Yft, China n 77-14* aofc Pfttll'Di, Australia » 73-70--1*1 - , , wau»-- 6:»ir (M) 13 I. 111. Timrnors ( W IV*. · ret: MJtilcan H. W r» Coit* C««s: Millikan 71, MLT« Coi:» i IT 7*. Ctntet n (P ^02, P 104. l CCl 211, (pi m. - W aor C) 515. Somm*r {F) 51 a. ~ri»rl«tart (C * tC.J. -Brow.* 4 P ) 4 y JV France (P) 5,02.*. IP) 14* ( · U1.1ETS TOPPVE K · ammort F TS1. LMJ« Jofimort 4 14 II Ha 0*1 Dv?»riDW M ITUBPtnir i »*llarrf 1 f i t 21 Kcafy J T473 -- 14 ._ . _____ ,,_ Ctnto Oiiofi, PTli China .. __ 7i:4-- 147 s ____ , JIT) -- M7 ____ 77-75--147 Australia _ _ 73-74--147 n. Au-.Tral.a ______ 74 74-- 14» 1 Bridges 1 4 * | farmer 1 II I Tormohlen } »t ~ ~ ' TcU't 2 II u T13 ~ . 23 n V If yr 3 Rolli « tWri M It Z3 U Tt ti-11) rertatul ftwlv S«Jljnort-- Bellamy t, 1. loughern. Thorn 4 V. I.DUI*--**rnhil 3, B«aV A, ·i-iflon 1. farmer 4, Gucrm I']llcfscn (Jains Scc'oni! Viclory SALISBURY. Md. (.TV-Torn Bob swain to a first-place finish'r£!W)jD5 in the Bee ^xSO-breaststrokel^Hlr "" COLLKCK HASKCTJ5AI.I. JOHN GOXSALVTS Debuts as 49er relay Friday at a (for Long Beach', only win Rams in Cage Win The Rams' football team defeated the Lakewood High faculty, 68-57, Friday night before an overflow crowd in , the Lancers' gym. Ron Saltus! had IS for Lakewood and HIGH SCHOOL BASKETIJALL ftro fONDO LtXCUf Oi«rt«r Oak 7*, San M^TITMI U 1AM CASKirL VALLEY LEAGUE eic«,vor 52. BHEflowr 4» ti Rjm^w 45, SnWTf* Fr 4i Marwi K 71. C*Jitomii *I. fflttJl LCACU.F ftfgewoo* *7, Rncmccd U. Or«ndor» m Arrww 47- AArs« 57, San CXrfi* IS. 1KT LEAGUE Norm Torrancc 5», truz-n-jtr t?. SUHSZT ItACUK WeiTmi U, Arijrut-m 11. · ancrw t2, iV.KWitratier iJ. Fulicma 71, i*rfj Ana 4*. C«f« WCU M. NMrpart *4L i n the C I F swim-! i n , I ·«« rtUr--^olv (WtrrfTI, SomrrM-r, Ramtto. «W**til», Wjrm, __ , -^ , t ' , r . Hi if III l-f f t f ft*^ £l I ," J U /lllCC f-S t^ 4et " y frnm t h ^ l r nivpr«;ifv nf , . . u Hum inc L n n t r s l i y 01 «· S*JJH 1lrt ' l '' VTt " nol " m l v*""" 1 , California, mads it two in a '»-itna«nr«r IM. row Friday defeating fourth- IOWICD. win 'seeded Arthur Ashe, 6-3. 2-6. A n 6-1. in the quarter-finals of 37 isthe National Indoor Tennis i J 11 c I» J !55ar»r," 4 41 1? Vim*!! If 11 t4 V V Jor*1 II I . * S U H*v14r I 7 71 Haunt II ll*nn The foursome turned in a, ill.* clocking, but had to !| »JLM »t»owifi j! Michigan and Ohio State.tinues to s«t a hot pace as^ Continue their drives for the the Grcenies lost their ·,,,.,, «*,,,· 1 H lov:wToff I I 4 i Bi S Ten basketball titles to- consecutive game, albeit by n--nt j take a back seat to Glendora! ._,_ _. ,,,,, _ . . . the Wolverines at Wis- only one point, 63-62, to Mis- Tartans, performing to the|iiS* J *'''' iins ' i ** '*"· * lml "it«sin and the Buckej-es at sissippi. rhythni of their school band,LV*^"' u r *· Cprh °"'*'· il **i Nonflwestem - i Ccach Bob Cousy'i Boston kept time perfectly by chalk-1J?*-**"*^ J le31 Firm (v "- V m j The co-leaders each have Coilege team drubbed George-!--imi---'-!' :ing up five wins. Clendora' 4 *!*-f J ' )r " '*' o t r " !r * ''*»· w |8-2 records. jtown, 107-92, as John Austin [won two varsity races tni'.j^.^-fi^",^^^'""" r " i Sixth-ranked Oregon SUte' 1scorcd 4! P° in ! easily drubbed Idaho. 72-46,! Scorr 4 ! as Frank Peters scored 26 and' X' r f ?- ·?· i" 1 " .·'· t » »'. Mel Counts 20. Onfy other high - ranked team to play w» s DePauL The lOth-ranked Bhie Demons de- n a n nal «MH: PTi.laaeiDti-a -- I., . _ . X D:Mn^« J. O-Wf i. Ne'^nafTni 4. warirv 4. ftiancto. Scnav*^ ? Bmfrtnf --Hv-nv*n 4, Saufidcri X Rms«lt 4. S I Joo*l X K, C. Jnr« J. M^vlirrfc. W*ulnj [Qui»f**r firalt) Torn t.ft C a l f , opf Arthur A*n«. I . IX 74, IT; Omnis Rat d. C»l,l. Ocf. niltnr I Calif, 11. 14 i YBT«, drf. Donald ·' ^ . C-'t*i H«al NT.. Friday's H"lits R»ffi«-- Wvatort Iurruni7 1^1. lf«V. u^ooinffd Irian (·rrwrpif, 1:1. tr« ts, setting three JCIF records. i ] Jordan had a second [fourth, also in Bee and H. H. WTiiTTter Ow-Kt-w* fl. CATHOVJC UACUC . X TV PUjTrf ·ir v 79. MTJ f«n 17, (V11 s , _ r l c KlirJiilK:w,i«. c*i w.. ' * a i ' J »7, Montana * CICCl»Vr»c»rt " «rlW-lrr,«auaC im-rmwt--Harvar* J » 4 .,,,,,,, .M* .*?!"·*·.*« **S!«"**' 72. POOTN1U. LECVt 74, M fft, tj !t»^^US?- ,*5r i* Ft 1C WAT Lt»6Uf - fAcinc ir IS. «oncov4 . A.*«mbr» 77 71. El Mjr,-. nemct Lamar Rams. Londy M for the trtJJSrii awi'STU USC, UCIA IN WESTWOOI) KKF^VY 3IKKT USC and UCLA track and field teams pot in a final prep for the Long Beach Relayi Frb. 29 with their Westwood today, II a_m. UCLA will introduce In a battle for the WAC lead, Arizona State came from behind to whip New Mexico, 47-45. It was only the fourth loss in 21 games for the Lotos. For ineptneis, Tulane con- College Rascball n, Comofo« 7. , 'cnaor* p.s.f (ClF i Gij H ' *m« em. a« Imvi Tt» ClinFr Today ·r-« finaf Cr»» l»*cr»a*ion . p^rj 10,3.7, »r t a times of 143.7 in the mDe and 9:17.7 in the two-mile Last year, bat w31 be nith- cat one-man gang C, K. who is Dorw fnt an alu=urat training al UCLA. . . Af Force Si, D«nver 44 Mn Jos« ST. AX tovo!a a.A I »? Arizona si. U. 47, Me* Ve*«ii fS. Arizon* fl, iVy^mmfl *f Pw-Hand Sr. (U V Orr?r»i XX C4« rory |Pom.» H. Oran.M V 7X Wpvada So. II, CM LwtT^ran M Chit* Si «S. «c/ancnle if. M. fcvvtdJ 91, l^urntxilcll i*. il San Francftc* It II, UC D*vl »T. Prmcrw* 11, Y»'» n LSU 1 M,tt»ii«»1 sr M TV, 41 71. sr, a n. Dajr%nowi1i B. AmrrKin U. ·rrtf 7X C««mxm IX Bfown U IT.* Citadel 79, vmi 77. C«rnen D, Harvard n. C. U7. Oor rwct^ f7, Mr**« T«TM» 14 o S*. C. 7B. Atlrm S' ·* C*!or*to Minn al. *n*-fn St. 40. ·vakt i f . Cok LISTON-vs-CLAY WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TIGHT! MAMMOTHJ^.V. SCREEN! ^"SSaSSSf^sp", MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM *U ItATt »t« m/CO -- T PHONE 436*2542 ft***' *r».1A* ««« 0M W o r r i e d ? ABOUT YOUR ENGINE? or TRANSMISSION? STOP WORRYING! Cell GE 4-8431 Let C-A-E-R ~li.lt IITttl Cill OF TOUt Ci.fl RING VALVE JOB MOST 6's 549.50 IttlOT* I'.cH '"V'.caiir.s**TM TRANSMISSIONS SEAL 1 SOC 5 ' ) RIIUIID S ADJUST O3 { LiVtNew ·"« -- FrM tl 2015 E. ANAHEIM ·"·9'»* PHONE 434-8411

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