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90-Hole pectacular Begins EXPECT 15,000 FROM MEXICO Fighters End Workouts By FRANK HARVEY Only Raymundo (Battling) Torres of the four principals on T h u r s d a y night's double world championship f i g h t program boxed Tuesday as the boxers began tapering off for their bouts. Torres held a surprise two-round drill against Dick Kirby at the Alexandria Hotel' gym and concentrated on a body attack. The 18-year-old boxer had asked to hold / the final workout because he felt he needed a little more boxing prior to meeting j u n i o r welterweight champion Carlos Ortiz. Bantamweight champion Jose Becerra of Mexico was in the gym but worked on the bags and shadow boxed for a few rounds merely to loosen up. He also took a brief run in the morning and then retired to his room to rest. Ortiz worked out on the bags at the main street gym for a few rounds and said he felt fit for the 15-rounder. Ex-bantamweight champion Alphonse Halimi of France went to Kenny LaSalle's gym in nearby Santa Monica late in the afternoon for a limbering up session. He took a short run Long Beach, Calif., Wed., Feb. J, I960 --Page C-l BILL SKOWRON 'Kov lo Yankees' !y DAVE LEWIS Sports Edilor Ingo-Arch Scrap May Be a Reality HITTIN' THE HIGH SPOTS: Presence of Jack Kearns, Archie Moore's manager, and Jim Morris in the clubhouse at the recent golf match between Ingemar Johansson and Rocky Marciano in Florida has led to the belief that ancient Arch may get a crack at the Swede this spring. . . . Kearns expressed confidence that the match could be made, declaring "the other one--Johansson's fight with Patterson--is dead. What a mess they made of that promotion" . . . Morris remarked that a Johansson-Moore fight "is a three-million dollar attraction f i g u r i n g t h e gate, radio, theater television and the films. It might e v e n come close to four" ... Inc i d e n t a 1! y, Kearns claims that Moore will be "51 on his next birthday. 1 just found out from a guy that grew up w i t h him" . . . W i t h the addition of Dallas, the I960 NFL season will last 13 weeks. It will begin on its usual starting date, though, the last Sunday in September (25th) . . . However, there will be no open Sunday before the league championship game in December as before. Each team, of course, will have one off date . . . Dallas will receive 36 proven players--three from each club--in a special draft to be held at the next league meet ing in March . . . * * * INCIDENTALLY, THE VOTE to admit Dallas was 11-0 with Walter Wolfner, managing director of (lie Chicago Cardinals, abstaining . . . Reason was that Wolfner did not want expansion u n t i l he could move the Cardinals League rivals have been urging him for several years to make the move when he had a clear field, but he steadfastly refused. Now he may be stuck in Chicago where the Cards perennially are the losingest club in pro football . . . NFL expansion plans call for a 16-team league within three years--Dallas this season, Minneapolis in '61 and Miami and St. Louis in '62 ... The Detroit Lions hiivc refused to give the veteran Jim Martin his release so he can join the L. A. Chargers. They reveal they would be unable to waive him out of the league even if they didn't need him . . . The PGA, which is getting more dictatorial all the time, told sponsors of this week's Palm Springs links classic that the -cs of electric carts used by members of the exclusive os where the event is staged could not be used to follow the players . . . The sponsors' answer: "No carts, no $100.000 tournament" . . . Result: the members will continue using the carts . , . * * * THIS YEAR'S RECORD-BREAKING attendance in the NBA is running 23 per cent over the previous high mark . . . Bulk of the increased fan interest is credited to Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain since normal gains in previous seasons have averaged only seven per cent per year . . . Billy Pierce's opinion of the Yankees: "Maris should help them in the outfield, but New York isn't very deep in pitching. But I'd say Bill Skowron is the key man. He has to come back s t r o n g to make them real tough again"... If Leo. Durocher had taken the job of "managing the Cleveland Indians, he had it all set to take Chuck Dressen along as coach. But when Leo muffed the post, Dressen was free to grab the Milwaukee job . . . Mickey Mantle, who already has motel, restaurant and howling alley businesses, has added the presidency of an outboard motorboat firm to his off-season activities . . . * * * MANY READERS WONDER WHY little known golfers often take the lead in PGA tournaments in the first round or two and then fade badly . . . The pros will tell you that these early leaders crack when the big galleries start following them. Touring veterans are used to the big crowds and not bothered as much by them . . . Galleries play a vital part in" all the PGA tourneys. Many golfers play well in the early rounds when there are no galleries following them, but. when the crowds build up they have to be more careful about controlling their shots and the pressure finally gets to them . . . The family of Lamar H u n t , who is backing the Dallas club of the new AFL, is worth over two billion (repeat, billion) dollars. The Hunt oil, natural gas and real estate holdings reportedly turn over $365 million a year. That's a million dollars a day! BABE RUTH AWARD TO SHERRY Larry Sherry of theiworld champion Dodgers w a s named winner of the Babe Ruth Award Tuesday as the "outstanding player of the World Series." The award is made by the New York chapter of the Baseball Writers Assn. of America. The young righthander will receive the award in New York June 27 before the Dodgers' charity game with the Yankees. · Sherry was a unanimous choice. He won two of the four games in which he appeared in the series, and saved the other two. In 12% innings, he allowed only four hits and one run. Boxing Results At Los Anodes - Jimmv Hornsby, 136 1 --}. Los Anodes, KO'd Aissa H.lshas, 134'/j, Alocrl.i, (8) At Richmond, Calif.--Lvlc Mftckln, 150. Oakl.ind. TKO'd Karl Heinz Guder, 157, Los Angeles, (9). in the morning and then went for a walk in the afternoon prior to the gym workout on the bags. Fight fans from Mexico continued to stream into Southern California Tuesday and, based on advance ticket sales, at least 15,000 of the expected crowd will be from Mexico. ·Mexican t o u r agencies have worked up package deals that include transportation, hotel facilities and tickets. Many of the agencies have purchased tickets in blocks of 100 or MEXICO'S TOP entertainers and celebrities, including Cantiflas, Katy Juardo and Maria Felix have reserved seats for the fights. Becerra and Torres nat- ually will be sentimental ' favorites. It is doubtful if Halimi or Ortiz will have much backing when they enter the ring. However, a majority of the experts believes the Latins may be doomed to disappointment in at least one of the title scraps. Although Torres has an impressive knockout record. Ortiz is the favorite at 6-5. Becerra is a 10-7 choice over Halimi. The Becerra-Halimi fight will begin at 8:30, followed by the Torres-Ortiz bout at 10:30. There will be no radio or television coverage. Tickets remain on sale at the Olympic and Coliseum box offices. YES, 3UEADOWLARK MADE IT Meadowlark Lemon usually draws the rave notices for his clowning, but the Globetrotters' comic also is a skilled shot. Staff photographer Bob Shumway caught Lemon in this unusual position as he scored in Trotters' 74-63 win at Municipal Auditorium Tuesday night. i Trotters Turn 'Era Away, Plan Encore Matinee Saturday By JIM IIANCHETT and left the Rockets somewhat bewildered. Even the exhibition tenni: match between Althea Gibson and Karol Fageros concluded in anticipated fashion. Althea defeated the "Golden Goddess," 6-1. ' I.emon (331 Buckhallcr (8) If Dr. James Naismith, creator of this game of basketball, had been in Municipal Auditorium Tuesday night to see the Harlem Globetrotters, he would not have been happy. It wasn't exactly what ! ie had in mind when he invented the game. But the capacity crowd of 3,450 which witnessed the riotous satire on Dr. Naismith's sport loved it. The Globetrotters wowed 'em and n the process defeated the Baltimore Rockets, 74-63. * * * # THE LARGE turnout, a n d j some 900 were turned away at the doors, prompted the ROLE TONIGHT Globetrotters to schedule an-; CH1CAGQ (ff _ T| other game at he Municipal Jon es, one of boxing's front .Saturday at 2 Iine o]d nl)(f wi | f j c will go on sale Gre ( h f u , Canadjan n/^l 0 : 5 ^^',! 8 , 1 ?, 00 ^! middleweight c h a m p i o n , will try to Baltimore Ciol (U) Grcenbcro (5! Matlrl (23! Dav'd*nn (=l Harrison (10) C, Joseph (9) Hdlltimc score: Globetrotters 4B, Balti more ?9 Globetrotter subs: Sommons (8), Wagner (6). Baltimore subj: Broad foot ? ) , Becker (?), Cory (4). TIGER JONES IN 87TH TV 128 West B r o a d w a y , on Thursday. It was a trotter siinw -- tremendous try to out-maneuver | each other in the Chicago typical Globe-i stadium ring tonight. The 10 rounder will he Their ball-handling wizardry and bag full of tricks com- televised (7 p.m. PST, ABC) and will be the 79th fight College Scores LBSC 77, DC Davis ». SC Frosh 71. LBSC Frosh S7, lirndlev S3, Seattle 80. Chapman 72. Whittior 55. Santa Clara 66, Texas A M 55. Cal Poly (SLO) 84, Occidental 6). Arizona St. 90. Pasadena Nazarcne 83 Auburn 47, Georgia Tech 45. North Carolina M. a;. Viroinia 53. CeoTf'a tf. Sou'n O'^ra fts Syracuse 65, Connecticut 64. Notre Dame 7], Canisius AS. Texas Tech 87. Arkansa'. 7v Ne* York U. «7, O.«uesne 51. JUNIOR COLLEGE Santa Ana 76, Cnaffcv 6?. Common 71. Pierce 68 Ful'crton 87, M!. San Antor.,0 70. Today's Sports Card Horse Rnclno--Santa Anifd, 1 p m Basketball --MrtvMir vs Ouartc, Bellflower Hloh, 3:15 p.m. Wrcsllino -- Olympic Auditorium, 8'30 p.m. ·Sports on Radio-TV RADIO f^'a Anna re [realtor-KBIC,, « ri m. KDAV, 5:70 n.m. TELEVISION G'cavti vs. Jnncs-KABC (7), 7 c m . Olvntvr. wrfstlino--KTLA (5), 8 p m ELUSIVE 49ER Long Beach State's Ivan Schuler is closely guarded by two Cal Aggie players but manages to dribble around them and make basket during first-half action Tuesday night.--(Staff Photo.) NINTH STRAIGHT HOME WIN LBSC Overwhelms Davis; 49er Ffosh Routed by SC Long Beach State's varsity;anccs, led State scorers with game's leading scorer with 30 overwhelmed UC Davis, 77-j 13 points after entering m i d p o i n ( S i and easi , y pllllcd ,plemented their natural has- for the HI-year-old Jones, a ketball ability to near per-: perennial TV performer, faction. | In all, Tiger has won 48 The hero, of course, was bouts, only 12 by knock- Meadowlark L e m o n , who: outs, lost 26 and had 4 scored 32 points in addition! draws. This will be his 37th to cutting up with his referee- appearance on television. baiting and constant narrative to himself. Charles (Tex) Harrison. "Showboat" Hall and giant Joe Buckhalter also fascinated the crowd with their antics. Big Purse Could Be 'Littler' By JERRY WYNN PALM SPRINGS--Spectacular, fabulous, colossal--put all these Hollywood adjectives together and you have the $100,000 Palm Springs Desert Golf Classic today through Sunday. Five reasons are: 1. Its purse is equal to the largest amount ever played for in golf history. 2. Its 90-hole, five-round format is the first of its kind in a major PGA event. ,'!. Its $50,000 bonus for a hole-in-one is an unprecedented attraction. 4. Its field of professionals includes every top active player and such infrequent ones as Gary Middlecoff, Jimmy Demaret, Stan Leonard and Syron- Nelson. 5. Its field of amateurs includes such famous personal- ties as Bob Hope, Bing Cros- Wviin's Top Ten 1. Gene Littler 6. Mike Souchdk 2. Art wall 7. Gary A'iddlecoff 3. Ken Venturi 8. Jackie Burke 4. Arnold Palmer 7. Dow Finsterwald 5. Billy Casper 10. Julius Boros LONGSHOT--Tommy Jacobs '; by, Danny Kaye, Clark Gable and Randolph Scott. (No, Ike couldn't stay around.) Well, if you're still not convinced, let's go into a little more detail. The $100,000 prize money is by far the largest to be offered in a tournament this year and has been matched only by George May's de- : unct w o r l d championsh'ip- Pros will divide $70,000 I in individual competiton with a first prize of $12,000, and $30,000 in the partner best ball foursome play with victory there worth $4,300. ACTION WILL be over four classy courses in the Palm Springs area, Thunderbird, Tamarisk, Indian Wells and Bermuda Dunes. After switching among them the first four rounds, pro leaders' alone will play the final round at Thunderbird. The $, r )0,000 hole-in-pne prize has been the center! of pre-tournament t a l k , And probably will remain in the spotlight until that brand-of lightning strikes. Since there have been five aces made in four tourneys thus far this year, why not this week? One man who should -be conspicuous in pursuit of the special jackpot as well' as tourney honors is Art Wall, golf's foremost acing artist who boasts an almost unbelievable bag of 35 previous holes-in-one. \ * * * * . · , LAST YEAR'S Mr. Moneybags, Wall showed he is shprp now by finishing third in the San Diego Open last week-. While it's difficult to separate the 10-to-15 top players, three names besides Wall come to mind in analyzing this tournament -- Gene Littler. Ken Venturi, Jimmy De- mar.et. ' Littler has done exceptionally well playing on desert courses as his three. : Las Vegas and two Phoenix t r i - umphs will attest. Long overdue for a big win outside .as Vegas, this could be the breakthrough. Venturi skipped the San Diego Open to come here 1 to (Continued Page C-2, Col. 3) Kirby's Drubs Bills, 87- 52, Tuesday night after the LBSC Frosh had dropped a 71-57 decision to the SC Frosh in the preliminary. The luckless Davis o u t f i t , which suffered its 16th loss in 17 starts, made a game of it for the first half as LBSC THE G L O B E T R O T T E R S played semi serious basket ball for the first few minutes to run up a safe lead before:jumped into an early lead ana turning comedians. They used phony basket- ( balls, played football and playing their last game before! Biola Friday in the Cal Polyibaseball, infuriated the referees, tantalized the crowd way through the second half. Guard Ivan Schuier and forward Jim Waters, seniors ahead. The Slate varsity plays the home folks, scored 11 and | tournament at Pomona. The Powerful K i r b y ' s Shoes was never headed as it handed Lockyers an 87-68 drubbing in an AAU League clash - i a t Los Angeles City College five points, respectively. Frosh close the season the The win marked I.BSC'j: same day at UCLA, ninth straight at home and; u c DaV is (m LBSC n coach Bill Patterson shuttlejlibrought its season mark to men in and out of the lineup, and trailed only 25-21 after 16 minutes of play. The second half was a different story, however, as Patterson went with his first string. LRSC used all 12 men 12-5. In the frosh contest, SC led r the rest of the way after Longif, ; Beach held an 8-7 advantage. After the intermission, the 49er yearlings whittled SC'; 30-21 intermission advantage to 33-27 in the first three flerglholdl 4 3-0 .1 ft;Stewart Johnson J e f l r y ·homai Indart Blttcrolf Rosman suited up, and 11 of them hit minutes. the scoring column. Dick Dickinson, 6 7 center making one of his infrequent appear- At this point, however, the Trobabes sprung loose forward Pete Hillman, the 1 4-0 i 4 Wat . . 1 0 0 5 6 Hubbard 4 ft-4 3 17Schu!cr 0 5-7 5 2Bilvcw o i o - o o Florentine 5 7-4 4 USalcido 0 3-7 1 2Showa!tcr 1 2 - 2 0 4 Sandcfur Podoe Dickinson Rfltson G F P T 4 1.1 .1 7 ·l 2-1 7 5 2 3 1 1 5 1 5-3 O i l 0 2-1 2 1 1 1-0 3 4 0 5 - 0 3 0 1 1-1 2 5 5 3 1 13 1 3 - 1 1 3 TJflk 10 31-U ? Totals W 37-19 51 77 HalM.me store: LHSC 33. US D»vu J3. LBSC Frost) S7 SC Frosh (71) tltllman (30) t- Kpsn Martin (15) F Mrtnloomcrv (27) Bcnrdctti (0) C Emit (8) SiOiiioer (9) G Boodanovirh (A) Lcsl e «) C-. Hr.iiand (13) Halttime score: SC. 30. LBSC 21. SC stlbv \Vf HI LBSC MIDI: (Sasmussen (2), Dorltti (41. Gon/.ale.s Topples Alex for Sixth in Row BOSTON (UPI) -- Old pro Pancho Gonzales T u e s d a y night won his sixth straight match of the 65-match, 1960 edition of promoter Jack Kramer's world tour as he defeated Alex Olmedo, 6-2, 9-7, at the. Garden. In the consolation match of the two-night stand, Ken Rosewnll defeated Tony Tra- hert 8-6, 6-4. Tuesday night. The win moved Kirby's into a first place tic w i t h I'ii.sa-!commanding dcna Mirror-Glaze, each win J advantage. in the first half and 18 of 36 for the game. Lockyers s t a y e d close through the first quarter, trailing only 2 2 - 1 7 , but Kirby's poured in 22 points in the second period while the Bills made only 11 to take a 44-28 halflime /AU STANDINGS W Pasadena .. 7 KlrbVs 7 Broadway Federal 5 Lockyers 5 LaFonda Restaurant'.... ,,. " 5 ILWU Dockers 2 Caballeros .. ^ . 0 Chuck Clustka, f o r m e r UCLA ace. was the leading iTM. scorer with 19 points.. Al :«5,Buch added 18 and Monte ;TMi Gonzales 16 for Kirby's. ;2S|Danny Rogers paced Lockyers 7-2 records. The loss was th.: with 17. third for Lockyers against,t"S|,'"' five Icapua tiiumphs. IsSfrkcl'izi Lockyers' i n a b i l i t y to h't:g«|K,5J" from the free throw line wasl,," JI "TM c lcofr a major factor. The Bills] P #rw""uY*Vr/f£ ! oV' D " ul "* '"'· netted only six of 18 attcmptsj^JV' "" : P °"" "' Rf ""'" '""' Klrbv'S ' (87) Banton (U) AAclnlrun f?) Mcwtlrt (71 Buch M8) r.lustka (19) rby's 44, LocKyen

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