Hulsc Join Midget Field NATIONAL PRO FIVE PLAYERS SIGN BOWLING LOOP PLANS LAID A. J. Foyt of Houston, youngest driver in the past two Indianapolis 500-milers, came into the fold Monday for J. C. Agajanian's 100-lapj with 10 cities Interested in USAC national championship] franchises, Leonard Momel, midget auto race Sunday all vv es t C oast spokesman for the proposed league an- A national professional howling league patterned after major !Â»i:gue football and baseball has reached the organizational stage Ascot Stadium. Also set for the season's opener were "500" rookie nounced Monday. Homel said represcnta- ALL'S IN SHAPE D r i v e r Ray Crawford ' tells Darlene Tompkins that his car is ready for Sunday's USAC championship m i d g e t auto race at Ascot Stadium. Wilson Ace Nears Prep Point Lead Forward John Boyd of Wilson High surged into seconc place among local prep scorers last week and threatenec to overtake St. Anthony's Bill Connolly, the leader for five straight weeks. Boyd banged in 52 points in two games last week to run his I4-game total to 231 for a 1G.5 average. Connolly slipped from M.2 lo 16.9 with only 11 points against Scrra. St. A n t h o n y is still tops record-wise (18-2) and in offense with a 62.1 average. Millikan boasts the stingiest defense (45.8). TOP 30 SCORERS Player School c Pis Avg BfM Connolly, St. Anthony _ ?0 3: John Boyd, Wilson .. . M T Tom Sisk, Poly _ 'IB y, Ken Malney, LaKewood _ 18 7! , Tom Turker, SI. Anlhony 20 1', Gall Hopkins, Jordan "" 13 1; Richard Eldrcdge, Downey . 15 ?( T v i o n e Price. M. Anthony _. IV 3; ' Bin Brummelr Lakcwood IB T. l.rddv Baker, Polv 17 ] Bob Lowes. Lakewood ]fl 3( Jlrn Vlckcrs. Jordan 13 l- Â· Drive Mclrovltf. Mdyldlr _ IS \t Rick Hanson, Wilson IS \Rick Olhmcr, Maylalr 1? 1] Steve Smith, Million 19 1( George Dcerlnn, Millikan 16 K Hick Blllcr, Mayfiiir 1? 1C Paul Rnsmussen, Polv . ....Id 11 " Ewlng Barlgfs, Downey _ 15 i; Â·Mike Robinson, Mnvfalr 9 7 Dflvr Lewis, Mlllik.in ?0 V Â· B. J. Evans, Polv 18 U Â· Jim Erlckson, Wllllkan 30 1' Lloyd Caspar, Lakewood _ IB i: Mike Fdinbrough. Wilson ,, 11 ~t DQUO Chflnln, Wilson ... ._,,. ,]A $ Dennis Krenkc, Downey 7 4 Willie Brown, Poly ... 10 t Gary Johnson, Mavfair 15 S VARSITY RECORDS Team W L PF Avg PJ it. Anthony . IB 2 134? 67.1 97 Lakcwood 13 5 1008 56.0 B8 Wilson _ 10 S 8X6 56.4 73 Mllllkari 1? 6 vv6 49 S 91 MfWfrtlr 9 f, 641 47.7 70 Jordan .1 10 5ER 45.2 6J Downey _ 2 13 681 45.4 SB J A Y V E C RECORDS W L St. Anthony .. 11 ? Millikdn Lakcwood . 10 1 Jordan . ... Wilson . 6 2 Downey Polv 8 3 BEE RECORDS W L rViillikan ... . . 11 1 Lakrwonrl 'Mrivlalr 12 2 St. Anlhonv Jordan 9 4 Downey . . Poly 6 5 Wilson . . . . . CEE RECORDS W L Millikan 9 ? St. Anlhonv Â·Mavlair 11 .1 Jordan Lakcwcnd . ... 9 3 Dnwnev Wilson 6_4_Po|y BRAKES RELINED! $1 I A H o l h e u e x c c p t j I foreign and disc H * All 4 wheels complete lining and labor * I-hour service while you wait * Written guarantee * Charge it Bankameri- card, Diners'Club or International Charge COAST TO COAST I NATIONWIDE! SAFTI-BRAKE CENTEftSd* LONG BEACH 1430 W. Pac. Cst. Hwy, HE 5-7550 Now 9 Locations Serving th* Ixs Angeles Area OPHH)AllTIHCllJOIHfiSÂ»T.tSBH. Chuck Hulse, Downey, and! fives of Los Angeles, Dai- Johnny Wood, North Holly-j las, Cleveland, New York, Milwaukee, Newark, Omaha, Fort Worth, San Antonio and Chicago have scheduled their initial meeting this month. The league would be made up of seven-man teams with a playing manager and a 36-week schedule. wood. The 25-year-old Texan joins such other Indianapolis drivers as Tony Bettenhausen, Ray Crawford, Danny Oakes, Cal Niday, Earl Motter, Jimmy Davies, Bill Boyd, Dempsey Wilson and Bill Homeier. Foyt finished 10th last year! at Indianapolis. Dodger-Mexican Benefit Proposed Signed contracts of five Dodgers reached the desk of general manager Buzzie Bavasi Monday, bringing to 16 the number of players on the club roster signed. The Dodgers also revealed the possibility of playing a benefit e x h i b i t i o n game against a team of Mexican League all-stars. Preliminary be spelled out in detail before it was brought to the attention of Dodger president Walter O'Malley. Aragon said the Mexican consul in Los Angeles has agreed to act as co-sponsor of the exhibition. Latest Dodgers to sign are veterans Joe Pignatano and Rip Repulski and rookies Phil plans were drawn up Monday Ortega, Gene Conway and in the office of County Super- Baseball Briefs (Compiled from Wire Services) Bob Tu^Y- the World Scries hero o 1953 whose flop In 1959 was d maloi cause for Ihe Nnw York Yankees' fÂ«l from glory, signed his I960 conlracf for Â«n estimated W/,000. Tgrley had been asked lo take the legal limit of .1 25 oer cent cul but reached agreement (or whrtl wni believed to be aboul a 10 pe cent slash. Jerry Coleman, former Yankee second oscmnn, resigned his front-office lob ..Ith Ihe Yankees to accccl a position wilh a shirl manufacturing company Outfielder Minnie Mlnoso has relected Â» I960 cunlract offer by the Chicago While Sox. Said Mlnoso: "Thcv should remembc ny 195? record (with Cleveland). I hi. ,302, drove In almost 100 runs '92 to be cxdct) and hit 21 home runs. I want a oood re'*e over Ihe salary I had last Â·car." Harry Hancbrink, Inflelder for the ^hllndclphla Phillies last reason, says ic has decided lo retire from baseball Dccause the Phils have sent his contracf to Buflalo. All-lime great Ty Cobb was admitted lo an Allanla, Ga. hosplta" for observation for the second time in less than two monthv Cobb sncnt two weeks In the lospital before the Christmas holidays or observation of an old baseball Injury. Earl Robinson. 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