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I.BCC Tips EL Camino Trackmen Long Beach City College overcame a hard-running El Camino-track club Friday to score an 85i/ 2 -50'/$ Metropolitan Conference -victory on the Viking oval. The Vikings established a school record in the 440 relay. Anchored by Fred Muench, they turned in 41.8 timing to better the old mark of 42.2. The biggest duel of the day was between Greg Hall of El Camino' and Ralph Spicer of the Vikings in the 880. Hall came out on top, beating Spicer by a 10th of a second 1:54.7 to 1:54.8. Lm Itaclt Clly ISVi, El Cam*** Mrt IM-pirti [LB) 9.6, Jotmson I ECI 9.? "feS-yln *''-· 100-79 OVER DELTA Vikings Get Hot -One Night Late 52.0, Johnson [ ( _ 'Milt--Dunlan"' 4:215, Hall tc 4:11.7. - - (LBI ?:SS-4, Wilson ILB) 10:06.5, Djnlao (EC) 10:15.0. 441 relay--Long Beach (nits. Wilson. Harvey. MuenrJil 41.8 (school record, old mark 42.? In I9S51. MHe relay--Lwio Beach (Anlcnore. Poil, Devore, Elevens) 3:27.1. Hl«h hrmp--Freeman (LB) 6-2, Massev (LB) 6-4, tie (or 3rd belncen Keck (1.15 RuoSolo (EC) 6-0. S hotpot--Thurm an (LB) 52-2V.. Noncle (EC] 504, Moll (LB) 46-5'A. Low lump--MvrcWson [LB) 53-6, De- V/lIt (LB) ?M, Hanrahan (LB) 21-11. Discus--Thurman (LB) 134-7, Klrkwald (ECI IMa, Banks (EC) 126-5. PoJe vaull--Cravens (EC) 14-6, B'mson (ECI 14-0, McDowell (LB) 13-0. Trtole lump--Freeman (LBI 46-8'... H^a/yahan aBI 44«, Murch:scn (LB) i» HH-Nlcholl (LB) 14.8, Erlbank (EC) 15.6, Tanner (LB) 15.7. 33f IH--Harwahan (LB) 45.J, Flemron (EC) 41.5, Rtmbo I L B ) 41.6. By GARY RAUSCH I. P-r Halt writK BAKERSFIELD -- Long Beach City College'put everything together but one night too late Friday, drubbing San Joaquin Delta, 100-79, to gain entrance to the consolation championship of the 15th state JC basketball playoffs. The Vikings face Pierce, today at 5:20. Radio KEZY will broadcast a delayed tape at 8. The Brahams beat Vallejo, 86-78. Imperial Valley, the slate's only unbeaten team with 27 {consecutive victories, saw its streak end in the night's finale, 78-75, at the hands of San Francisco. CCSF will meet Riverside for the title tonight. Heroes for the Vikes' 30th victory included Bill Connolly, Carey Bailey, Benny Loughery Paces Bullets, 126-123 NEW YORK UP) -- Kevii Loughery, injured in the sec ond period, came off the bench in the fourth quarter and rallied the Baltimore Bui lets to a 126-123 National Basketball Association victory over the New York Knicker- Richard plus the rebounding' trig of Joe Ware, Mel Reed and Harry Williams. Connolly turned in the greatest assist performance e v e r by a Viking a n d broke two school records in the process. The 24-year- old guard totalled 15 scoring passes to crack Jim Milhorn's mark of 14 and run his season total to 152, also a record. Father Time spent a lot of time feeding Richard and Bailey but also tossed in 17 points. Bailey went to his bag of tricks for assorted hooks, jumpers and stuffs to tolal 33 points, 21 in the first half. Richard, a hiRh with 8 assists Thursday, treated the Bakersfield Co 11 c g e gymnasium crowd of 2,300 to a second-half flurry of lay-ins and back-door cripples for 19 points and a great defensive performance on Harry Livers (only 5 points). It w a s an especially heartening vi c I o r y since Delta, billed as the Rhythm Boys for their prolific point production, had gone over the 100-point barrier no less than 12 times and had never yielded for than 94 points or lost by more than two. Delta SmMK Thoroe Scott Livers Small Third 1 While Mavo G. R«d Wlglev Sanchez T LBCC U Williams 4-5 0-0 B Ware (-17 0-0 16 Ballcv 1-1 3-6 5 Connolly 10-26 1-4 n Richard 0-5 1-2 I M. Reed i6 0-1 6 Calvin r0 00 A Weeks 3-9 00 6 O'Brien 0 00 fi Elllnov 00 O - o o Bowers fc F n ,a ti Foil led out:- Scolt. Vflllelo (7$) PiL-mn (27) F McGeo(13l --rolo (ill dlcv (5) radlc 43-84 14-19 100 «a 3)-- i «--100 Pltrct (li MucVelrov [' Pallon r Nlehcn (1 -feuuD (!' Moffitt Hurls Poly to Opening Victory Halfllme icre: . Vallclo lubi: Woss 12], Roberts 15 Harlv (2). Pierce subs: Waters III), Parker (1 Smith [161. Brooks (11. Riverside (115) Hancock (Si Gardner (14) F Sleks (V Bonioumet (12) F Henderson (: t un; (19) C Mcnvard (1 .arberj.13) G VVlndci ' backers Friday night. N e w Yorfc O F T Baltlmart c F Reed 3 10-13 16 Barnes t M Van Arsdr 1 00 4 Howelt a 2-5 Bellamy II 5-7 11 Ferry 3 9-13 Bryant B 4-4 50 Louor-.erv 10 8-9 Komlves t 7-7 noH 1! 2- Barn:!1 0 0 - 0 0 Ecan 3 1-3 Clemens 4 4-5 12 Green 7 2-4 Gola 1 0-1 2 Kerr " ' 7 5-7 19Warte Pitcher Randy Moffit, Poly's no-hit hero, came up with his second big victory of t h e week Friday, blanking visiting Jordan, 1-0, in the Moore League baseball opener. Moffitt, who threw seven innings of no-hit ball at Mon- * * * Moore League Slallworth 'artey 1 Tolals 4435-44123 Totals 5124-3S126 New Y«rk ,,. 25 31 3« 37--1?3 Bllllmwf 35 12 31 38--121 Fouled Ml: Komlvc-s. Barnes. Tolal fwrli: New York 27, Baltimore33. NCAA DDWMV 1__ TM 0 1 Jordan 1 ] FRIDAY'S RESULTS Polv T. Jordan 0. Lakewocd 2. [iwn*Y 0- Wllson 5, Millikan 3. PCI. OB 1.000 1.000 . 1-OCO .000 1 .000 1 .000 1 ebello Tuesday, allowed six lits and gave up one walk .vhile striking out five. Poly's Dale Duncan, I e f field, gave Moffitt the winning margin, scoring from seconc on a single by Steve Smith in the fifth inning. In o t h e r league openers Lakewood topped Downey 2-0, and Wilson beat Millikan 5-3. St. Anthony lost a non league encounter with visito Mater Dei, going down 3-2. jgruan Marlln, cf KSfiSf;,? /·tarrtson. s' lrkiey.lb rown, jb (Continued from Page B-l) in the Eastern regionals at Raleigh; N.C. Taller Davidson couldn't cope;"yith Syracuse's Dave Birig^who picked up 20 points and'set up most of tha 21 points/'-scored by teammate George r ' Hicker. Fourth - ranked K a n s a s turned back a spirited bid by Southern Methodist to forge a 76-70 victory and join Texas Western in the finals of the NCAA Midwest regionals at Lubbock, Tex. Texas Western, the nation's No. 3 club, swept into the fi- HIGH SCHOOL SWIMMING MILLIKAN 43, DOWNEY 43 relay--Ml I Ilka n (Bmh, TavSor, AB R H *Poly AB R H 30?00uncan,1f 2 1 0 3 O D O Cairn, ci 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 Smith, 3b ?D 1 3 0 1 0 Alverson. rf 302 3 0 0 0 HenVel, c 7 0 2 3 0 0 0 Lara, lb 7 0 0 Tolals *--Runs baited In, 2 0 0 0 S t _ _ . 2 0 1 0 V.offMI, D 2 0 2 0 2 3 0 6 0 Tolall ss IB \ 7 1'.S4jj 5fl freestvlB--tV.urohy (D)* Anno (D). ThfHJirjs fMl, :Mj JM indlv'rtiwl medley--Taylor (M), Oysler (D), Mob- lev (Ml, 2:17; 10» butlerHv -- Murc»iv (D), Hatv/prsan fM). Svrtirtr [Ml, 1:(K; n . . _ . . . COO 000 0--a olY 000 010 x-E--Stanford 2, Morrison. 28--Marti enket. Sic--Henkel. SB--Colin. Lar, OB--Polv 6 Jordan. IP H R E R B B S ilrron TM 6 ; 1 0 3 Aoffllt . _ ,, -..-. 7 A 0 0 1 WP--Mollill. H8P--Duncan [by Sh OT1 ). T--1:05. lo« freestyle -- Morris ID), Thomas lordewfch (M). :S3: 100 hackstrnki *?*.. M U tt M -* a !* (Mr f'narVSV' wrison nals with a dramatic overtime triumph over enth-ranked Cincinnati. 78-76 sev- _ 100 oreattstreke -. iti*r D». .Taylor 1 /Ml, McMFdiMt ID), 1:03.5; 4* IrwiMe rtl«-Dw,-v "·^arjlanrf. pMlpot. A-wro, Morris), --:«. Ree scar?: D^wn-v 78- Wifllkan 8 WILSON ST, POLY 25* 3M medley relay -- Wilson relit*, Shtoard, Loich, Durln- 1:44.1: 100 fre* livfc -- Losch (W), F(sh«r IW). Lo«*'l P) 3:03.1. 59 fretityle -- Morrilt [PI Srveoard tvn, Graham (Wl ?4.7; 500 Tndlv rntdiev-- KlrfdJe [W), Head*ev (P, Eurv (PI 2:10.- fschoo! record, old mark ?:13.1 bv KIdrfte); 100 botterfTY- ftAsrrlll ( P I , RoessMer (P) I ilv»«--Durln (\V). Graham [' 50« f^cticol r_f-ord_._oW r ffl ^almtlnl Tr fwP4:2^lOO br"aVTst?oke r -- L./4. St. Leaper Wins NCAA Title DETROIT (UPI) -- Rainer Stenius of Los Angeles State won the long jump Friday night at the NCAA indoor scnre: Wilson tA, Polv :.,, Cec scnr*: V/Hson , C B, Pnlv 19. LAKEWOOD 54, J O R D A N 31 200 riwrfffv relav--L aVewaod 1 TT,-.^ , Linn, Le*Mirit, Pelerson) T:53.3: }00 free tyle -- Mln-r (L). Caifltrri (Jl, Slmo^-Mi fl.) 2:03.0; 50 |r«Mf¥r* -- f Lcm fLl, Knin fjl 7J.1; T~ liv--Tiirpv ILL Itllf (Jl, t.., ,,.. _ 7:77.4: ]00 hntlprflv -- Lagiull (LV Lann '" ' - · · · · freniv .i 55.?: i _ - ._ _.' ID, Illil '; ^CO frMSrv'e -- Slmo^nn (I * ^r /L), CanfTelrf rj} X:3i.J: 100 ;k»--Lum rL, Wiltie (J), Pete* \rp.Q: 4K fre^itvlt r^Tav--JT**' Canflefd, Sfwdler, WMcox) 3:^3.! track and field championship with a meet record of 25. The'meet concludes tonight. Other winners: MJle-- Rvunf [Kama* CO 4.M3; 440-- Pavne (Kansas SI.) and Calh.oun [O^la., ·43.9 iarre lime in oppoIle h«aEi; SO-Urbana (Gcoroelown) 1:51.9; S Kelps t-- V/o^d-. (So. lllfnDH] 6I3V4; }S-P4und We Hjhl--Mead fManhstta nj 59V); I nvi ra- V?t!«iffn*a1 e - r0d - r - '· n n - · ' ··· -·'-' ir.} 5-6. College Basketball NCAA Small Collie Kenh-ckv WesTevan 54, Southern I Akron 76, Hnrm Dakota 71 Oh!rd plac« OklAho.TM Baptht 94, Grarnbllng 40 Georgia Southern £9, Norfolk StaFe ES [s nmlf in a I si. V-'eitmont 4, San Ftrr.ardo St. 2. San Df«a St. 9, LWerre 2. AB R H · MilNka olland, 3b " 3 I Y 0 Fuller^s - 3 2 1 OV/rcnalF,3. 3 2 t 20'Tcole, IF u|!kawa,2b 3 2 1 , elerson,c :oble, p eller, ph-p AB R H 4 0 I inalF, 3h 4 0 0 - _ . _ _ .cole, IF 2 1 T 4 0 1 0 Bennett, rf 3 0 0 4 0 1 1 Sinada, l o 2 0 0 0 Moarc, c _ . . 2 0 O O T o f c l n . c f 3 1 2 3 0 1 0 Be*01 ford, lb 3 Q 1 2 0 1 0 Swan, p 1 0 0 DO D 1 Sell. 1 *,!* 1 Q 1 Quarn, n 1 0 0 ~26 5 7 4 Totals Riverside lubt: Davis (6), Duncan (2 am (2), HYM (4), Cooper (IS). Hancock sutu: Hopkins (2), Haufmar , Courtrlnht [!)j Brffw.crnan (5), !se (U) C nrVorlcn (1 slmale (7) G Chestnut ( mes (Wl G Walson ( Halllima tcora: CCSF », Imperial Vi V 32. CCSF wh: Peirolla [51. INDEFENOENT-Pago B-3 L«nfl eiat». Call!., Sit., Martrl II. l«4 485 Junior Netters in L.B. Today By BOB MARTIN Two players holding national championships head a record field of -185 in the 10th Long Beach Junior Tennis Championships which get under way today at 8 a.m. Matches will be played at Lakewood Country Club and Long Deach City College. Valerie Ziengenfuss of San Diego, who won both the Girls 16 and Girls 18 singles events a year ago. took national doubles titles in both nge divisions later in 1965 with Peaches Bartkowicz of Hamlramck, Mich., as her partner. She's top-seeded in Girls IS. .lake Warde of Denver, Colo., the national Boys \'i singles champion, is entered in Boys 12 and Boys 14. * 9 * * TOP CONTENDERS Ircm lf« Beach area IncliKJi Diana Drlicoll. a Wilmington olrt " - · -- · · Hlon In Lor --Stall Plwto by CURT JOHNSON WILL IT OR WON'T IT? Torrance's Bart Johnson (11) and Sierra rivals Bill Freymond (15) and Joel Perisho (43) watch suspensefully lo sec whether shot will drop. rt-o atlCfxJ* Si, 'Anihonv ; i .. .. Beach. i«rtied No. 3 In Sieve DerlM cl Long Beach, ·V* 14; G " " of Long Btach, wrtwl No. 1 In Bern U; r Long Beach, itedwl No. arvri Abb* Wli« Pedro, seeded No. } In Gfrli 17. s«cdeit »Jo. j _ t n Bovi i4"Gnrec FlAfdi* cdtd No. ' · - - .oog Bca _f«l Abb* No. Jlni Hlilnian of the Couniy~ Deoartrtient ot Parki nd RtcrtaFSon li the mw-l j director. Also on IM touj/namenl com- mltlce an Vtrnt Huohes. Don Rlc«, Ted AAallh«wn, Jack Lvtxh and Carl B'jmri, all or Ftw Lo*-vg B*ach Tinnls Palrooi Tho mte) was ptan.-wd for two wetk- ,-ids but txtauit of ihe lartw en1ry Hit nrobflb^ win *xtetd to Sufurdav. M*rc^ *, Hlllman uFd. EGAN SETS JORDAN MARK Hubbell Heaves 63-1, Poly Nips Centennial by 2 Points Wonderman John Hubbell continued to ignite the prep track world Friday by getting off another of his spectacular shotput efforts, tossing the shot 63-1, as Poly e d g e d Centennial, 57"/ 2 -55'/ 2 . Hubbell easily erased his old school mark of 59-5'/£ set last year and also overshadowed an impressive of- (P), Shloo (P) 51.5; BS-- Jonss (Pi, G»r- rfson (C), Sch'jili (P) 2:00.1; Mile-- Wilson ( P ) , Golidearr (P), $f fickle (P) 4:43.?; 130 HH--Vcal (C), Limdv (CJ. lie lor 3rd belween Jctwiscn (P) 14.7: 110 LH-Lwdv Walson '"· Cisco ' Qtd Wilson 113 Oil 0--i riiiiftan OM on 1--3 E-Burfce, GrleJi. O'T ' " ' '" -- Ltnlnoer, Bertsford. _ ,.. _ LOB--WIKcn 6, Mlllllxan 5. Sac.--Keller. ToWe. S_B--Holland, Bwkc, Coble, OToo!e, R ER BB SO 3 2 ; ' 0 0 0 wan (Ll TM_5 6 5 2 3 Qyarn . 2 1 0 0 1 V/p_swan. T--1:«, Carreipondenl: JON HEDGES on PI 19.9; 2 i (C), Vance (I record 10:11.6 . (C) Wai ion 2 Mile--Tccfe (P), En- J P) 10:10.0 (new mark, . by Tosle [n 1m... [CJ 21*10,' :ximpai--nuoccit iri, (P), SInolclan (C) 43-1 (school -Hubbel fort by Poly's No. 2 man, Phil Snowden, who had a throw of 54-G. Pat Egan, just a junior, set a school record of 10:09 in the two-mile in Jordan's non-league encounter with Bellflower which the Panthers captured, 82-31. Jiin Stack also starred for Jordan, taking both hurdles events with 15.3 in the 120. * * * PIUS X a, 3T. ANTHONY 44 100-- Saoos (P). Hale (P), Mallheyil (PI 10.4; 22o-Sard (P), Hafe (PI, Shlnar (SA) 23.8; 44»-Wlonlck (P).. Shlnar (SA), Alba (P) J2.7; HS-laccbonl IP), Gallagher (R), Lombard! IP) IMS: Wife-- Peterson (P)l Colfcv (P), Turtln (SA) 4:37.5; 2 Mile -- MT.nlck (P). RB- mliez (P), Rav SA 9:58.5; (120 KHI-- schneewlei (SA), Stevens (SA). Konoske (PI 15.6; 1» LH-- Konoske (P), Schnce- wlei (A), salaiar ( S A ) 20.1; Sholcul-- (P), Bcnce IP) 49- record, o!d mark 59-5tt bv Hubbell [n 1965); High lump--Walson ' (PI. Wicks (C), Jones [PI 6-4W; Pole vault--Johns (P), Cotirlnev (PI, Camcbell IP) 12^ BSD relay--Cenlennlal 1:30.9. Beo-- Centennial 49, Polv 4«. Cee--Polv 43, Centennial 41. Correspondent: RICK LUDMEBER highs and 21.3 in the 180 lows. Greg Schneewies led St. Anthony to victory in the 120 HH and seconds in the 180 LH and the long jump but the Sainls lost a 6944 decision to powerhouse Pius X. Schneewies finished behind Mark Long in the long jump. Long also took the pole vault for the Saints. SF) 13. 3 (Ties m«l rtco/d); Tto-- Dkjy L). Taylof {D, hOddlno (L) 23.2j 44r- Xdur (Ll. Cinder (U Black tSF) SI.9 " Pays" ISFI, Htrnsrafti (SF|, .$MC L.B. Slate Rapped by Arizona, 10-1 TEMPE, Ariz. -- Arizona jtate University drove across ive runs in the first inning and coasted to a 10-1 baseball ictory over visiting Beach State Friday. salaiar ( Huthouse Neal I S A ) , 3; Pola vault--Loni Crosby (P) II S; Lo Scn.TWWi ' ' SAI, Nixon H.D.- Long Jump--Long ISAi, SBndj (P) 2»4V,i lump--Clarfc (St.), ConncHtv ( P ) . bi "=) 5-6; til relay--Plus X l:37.«. Bte: Plus X 79, SI. Anlhony 1«. Cec: Plus X 70, SI. Anthony 14. CorrttlMr.ecfll: ED KESSELHON (P) 49- , m .; High _ _wo«J ftB R H · Downey Slevcnicn^b 3 0 0 0 Dwyer.sa iexton.lb 3 0 1 OLoaer.jb jtogcl.^b 3 0 1 0 Rehtictd,2t) O'Brren.ss 3 0 0 OCFarldae.c ·--ankcl.rl 3 1 1 1 Moroan.cl Jenklns.c ! 0 1 OLeavlll.rt ! 2 0 OOHtfSt.U 7 0 0 OHarringlon.c 0 1 0 0 Flcrnl/\0.3h 1 0 0 0 Worsham.rf Sttfltjh AB R H 4 0 1 D 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 D 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 ( 3 0 t 0 2 0 1 0 7 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . cr. ?B--U 000 OW 0-1 00» 000 0--» Kehe J. 3B-- f. HR--FranVel. LOB--Lakewoorf _ Dflwnsy 7, DP--Downey, Lake-wood 2. '!'""' - IP H R ER BB SO DAN TENEH Del nlFwn _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . . . . _ _ Civiitonher and Eller; Corrwr, Sf-.tldon Aztecs Choice Today in CCAA Trackfest _, 3 (tJCS Tl«l .. Aidierln (Ll, Harvey (L) :3S.S (meet rrccrd]; 2-mil Looei ISF), Unelian (Ll " --Dcvcrs? (Ll. V/elll (L S.I (meel record); IU L Veils |L). Held (SF] · choo[ record, ofd lanrahan 19641; t neet record); Lono iumn--Tlctf Held (SF). HarrliMton [SF) 50-1... ecord); Sholput--V/ooltev (L). Kokenae SF), Carler (SFI 54-7 (meet record); ole vaoll-- Knaub (L). carter ISF). Arey SF] 12-6 (meet record); 114 rtiay--Lflke- wcod (Deyerse, TayJor, Cole, Dldjr) 1:31.2 meet record). Bees: Lakewood 67, Sanla Fe 33. Ceei: Lakewood H. Sanla Fo II. By JOHN D1XON San Diego State is an odds-! on favorite to win the CCAA track and field championship, and Long Beach State will discover why today. The Aztecs, national college division champions last year, and 49ers, rated second --or third--or even fourth in CCAA after a mass gradua- Sfionti* Nashua's Trainer, 6 Sunny JinV Dead The Grand Old Man of A m e r i c a n thoroughbred racing, James E. (Sunny Jim) Filzsimmons, died in Miami Friday. He was 91. Sunny Jim, who later trained the great Nashua and triple crown winners Gallant Fox (1930) and Omaha (1935), began his racing career as a water boy for the Brannon Brothers Stable in Brooklyn on the day Grover Cleveland was inaugurated as president, March 4, 1885. Following an undistinguished 10-year career as a j (1 c k e y, Fitzsirrimons turned lo training and sad- dled 2,275 winners retiring. before JIM PASCHAL qualified for Sunday's 500-mile Peach Blossom stock car race at 115.634 mph in Rockingham, N.C. His time earned him 17th starting position in the 44-car field. * * * « THE GIANTS have acquired a juke box for their spring training clubhouse in Phoenix which evoked this from Willie Mays: "It makes the joint look like a cocktail lounge." The music box didn't last FANFAjRE long. The l a s t comment was from manager Herman Franks. He said: "Out." » * * * A RUSSIAN hockey official said the Soviet national hockey team could beat the Boston Bruins of the NHL but that the Toronto Maple Leafs a r e "three or four" goals better than the Russians. * * t * WORLD junior welterweight champion C a r l o s H e r n a n d e s of Caracas signed to defend his title by Walt Ditzcn Long CCAAGyninasls lo Vic Tonight Long Beach Slnte College will host the CCAA gymnast i c s ^ championships t o d a y it 7 p.m. in the -19cr gym, Defending champion Valley Stnte is n hcnvy invorite. Coach Ken BartleU's 49ors are underdogs, but expect strong performances f r o m Fred Siebuni and Jim Foun- talne. They'll both compete in several events. Siebum's strength is in side horse and Catcher Duffy Dyer led the parallel bars, Fountaine's in 13-hit ASU assault with a triple and a two-mn homer .econd baseman Jack Smith- cran also bad three hits for the Sun Devils. The teams wind up a three- long horse. record]; Milt-.- _.. .Ll. Borneo (L S (meet rrccrd]; 2-mile--Oark (SF K ISFK.Unefi.an (L) .10:32.5; I.JO H!. u"), jnd bv i a - f l S 0 ( l l e i game scries with header (rxlay. GaiDar.cl Kclkr.ll WWfiner, 2b Trcece.?b Gamnia.lf Brvwn.cF StrAlg.ll.tb Havci.lb Kcel.rf Can.rf t?siKa* anaerson.ii /hlle.sa cwelllncj.c a double- _ _ . _ T .......... 1 D 1 0 SrmslroflO.»l 3 5 0 0 Jackion.cf 1 0 0 1 KlefrvnarMO 3 0 p 0 Grelfa.rl 9 0 9 0 Smilher.m.lo T 5 0 0 Pentlaiwl.o 2 0 1 0 o f Viking Nine Bealen by Hnkcrsfielfl, 3-2 Bnkersfield College pushed over two runs in the top of the ninth inning to edge Long Beach City College, 3-2, Friday in Metropolitan Conference play on the Vikings' field. Tho win was the first for the Renegades in three league starts while the Viiklngs are J! 10.0; B Cowles (Jl · ' - - · II, B -Balia._ ,_ _.. ' «»-O'Br1n (J), l*»--Johrtwn ' 2:01.6; MHe- rtwn» ST. U. 4U BM «--10 cng Beach ...000 «o 01-- 1 E--Guoflla^a, Sanderson. ?B--Rrelnman mlthersn, Treece, 3B--Ovar, Armslrono. HR--Dyer. SB--Snillh, JscVww, -JrHla. F--Gr«Jta. LOB--Loro Beach ,0, Arizona IP H R ER BR SO 3 enlland . . . . » 7 I 1 3 t oh»ion . . . _ . T 11 19 | 4 a 1111 IB), Babbi .. Dun... H-Sfack ..,. 15J; IH LH--Stack; .. F0an (J] 21.3; ShoTpul (01, Romamky ' "· - 'lard ( (J) T Klnnii'[/», Whaten Bl, Nolbft (JV :35.9; l-mlffr-Eoa^ CJ. Duniler '" " '" 10:09.0; 120 HH--f ' ' rikkman '~' " Klcknia^ Icdlcck against Sandro Lopopol of Italy April 22 in Rome. # * * * JOHN L. TONER of Columbia was named head football coach at University of Connecticut. Toner, assistant coach at Columbia for the last nine years, succeeds Rick Forzano, who joined the St. Louis Cardinals staff. V * * * THE FOREIGN invasion of major league baseball has hit an all-time p e a k with 78 players born outside the continental United States, an increase of M over last year. California still produces most of the players, 109 this year. Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Alaska and Hawaii are the only states not represented by native sons in the majors. * » * » THE OUTLOOK is dim for new season ticket customers of the New York Giants. Last year's holders --nearly 60,000, have until June 1 to sign up again and the Giants expect 99% to renew. ion of major scorers, get to- jether on the L.B. State ova at 12:30 p.m. They'll be off to the races at 1 o'clock. San Diego has first place lower in each event. The xnver is strongest in the mile with Ted Hack, 4:05.2, collegi division champion, and in tin 440-yard hurdles where Larry Godfrey is NCAA titlist. The Aztecs will throw decathlon star Don Shy in the ligh hurdles, long jump and javelin, and quite possibly in the high jump, triple jump, 4-10 relay and pole vault as well. Long Beach will provide ample opposition, particularly in the sprints with Frank Harris, hurdles with Walt Clements and shotpul and discus with Gary Ordway. HEdlcck ( J ) , Vary (0), Ror , . _ . 570; Lang JumD--Weber f J , BaHard (Bt 5ml!h (J) 2M!i; Jole viull--Gilbert " " tie bcl. Warrrai IJI and o 12-0; High lump-Davit (J), i Me bel. Btllou IB) ami Hid 6-2; tto filar-Jordan 1:31.2. ... rt (J owl«i Eo-in correipondenl: DANNY VALENTINE II. DOWHEY II 10.3; J20--Carler IV V/ 2:W.O; Mile--- Lagta (Wl e--McCulchw mMe^wi^;toj;i?^l ( ^o^|iL ·i; roif i uf-- Cocle' Central Hockey and Hewn d« Mil- Tolrtll 3? 1 7 1 ' -- Rvni baited In. .m«n» st. u. ------------ j Snrln (Only AL Hockey «nc* 4, £ev«la/,d 2. field £ Hefihey $ [Mt, overllmet. World Hockey FlnlflrxJ 3. Potentf 5. United Stafei 4, Eail Germany 0. Occhoikivaklfl 2, Sweden 1, 39 9 OUABiHTEED 3 FUtL YEARS BY MANUFACTURER HEAVY DUTY SANDER -MOST USED by Rental Yards POPULAR WITH US FOR IS Y E A R S SERVICE HIO REPAIRS 01! ALL MAJOR MAKES OF POWER TOOLS PACIFIC COAST Hirdwir* 2485 LB, BLVO, GA 7-1988 College Swimming LBCC (A, Sinli Monle* 29 400 medley re (air--Lena Beach [Me Eveny, BlacJc'edge, /-McArlh-^r, V;il lljimj) 3:H.7. YA Fre«tle--Still (LB). Bendtr (LB) Sl«r!. (S.'A) 1:51.3. W irieitvk-- Pv'man (LB), Fo'e/ IS/A). Dav.'i LB) ».7. JM (ndivfdual medley--Sw«jnson (S^, Winer {LB), t_-:mmi* (LB) MM. Divlno--Peler^on SM), Ccrev ( L B t j 54.8, i J» bo-ltirllv-ReMrr.an iSW), V.^c-l Arthur [LB], Still CLB ?:W 8. 100 fr«ityff--V/il|Iami (LB), O*^iv (LB), Ftfev (SMI 52.3 ' 100 baci«1roke--/AcEvenv (LBJ, Si«ri' i (S'A, Tanr-cnbtrg (SV) 2:11-?. ! 500 (rceilyfe--PiJfmvi [LBI. Rtfrftr. LB), Hc*i« (SM) 5:1SJ. 300 bfeaslsirake--Lemfnie^ fLB). We-- iu'-t/ (S-VI, B'ackledos (LB) J:3S./. *JO fre«tyle relay-- L'.y Serxh (Wi f - fams, MacArlhyr, Still, McEveny) 3:».4-1 College Coif Low Btxn SI. M. uc Rivinidi ll. -- itl. DolKl (LB). S-li ' TCftm Best Ball: jGflru-fteol (R) def. Do/arvEfivncns (LB). i-1; Rixrvr.el-Grams 1 C R ) de(. Brown-Israel ILB), -t-3; v/ili]a.ir.v, Ti'Xutato (L81 d','. MllKr-FoMiller fRl. ir-0. Team Best Ball--Lo'-g Beac^i St. 9, UC RwersMe 9. . High School Golf . - M (iili.lv-Larv rVutten. M. a Bud ArvJreaton, 3T, both of LaVewoc JV icor»-- Lakrwood 11, Leuzirwr ?- ANGE vs CHICAGO CUBS SAT. SUN. 12:35 P.M. 12:35 P.M. KM PC-710 f SEStXlED IY CHEVRON DtAlWS · SUHDARO STATIOKS / IUSCH MYAIIIAX lit* / UNIttO CALIFORNIA 1AHK

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