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LONG BEACH 597-5558 TRACK STARS JOIN BANQUET GUEST ROSTER Dave Schiller and Dwight Stones, two of thÂ« fiercest competitors in track and field, have accepted invitations to attend the Long Beach Century Club banquet Monday night at the Golden Sails. Schiller was a school and conference shotput champion at Miffikan High, Long Beach City College and UCLA although giving away 50 pounds to most of Ms challengers. Stones, a student at Long Beach State, represents the Pacific Coast Club of Long Beach to competition. Stones established a world outdoor high jump record of 7-6% in 1973, and raised the indoor record twice last week--to 7-5 on Friday, to 7-5% on Saturday. Jeff Burroughs, Texas Rangers slugger from Wilson High, will be honored as "athlete of the year" at the Century Club's 19th banquet. Volleyball Friday in L.B. Arena The Long Beach-Santa Monica Sails make their "home" d e b u t F r i d a y night at the Long Beach Arena when they play Anaheim in the second game of a doubleheader. 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San Diego improved its record to 2-0 by beating Ana- .heim, 18-16,17-19, .15-4. ,orc 0.1.01 A t A M M A J O R IOS A N G E L E S a n d O K A N O E CuUNTY S E A R S a r o r e s Alt 'STORES OPEN'10 o.m. to 9 p.m. Mondoy thru Friday Â· Suluiuay 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Â« Sunday 11 a.m. to 4 p.mv .1.,., .p. 1 . SATUSDAV lil 6 P .m. _ AuOUUV CAKBN. tOVINfc ft MONIt. lONG'KACH. SANTA MONICA, VERMONT It's Commodore Barney Flam now. Long Beach Yacht Club installed a new crew last week, with Flam taking the helm from Arch Van Palmer. There is no need to tell the sailing people of this area about Barney Flam. His fame as a sailor is widely known. Not only is Barney the commodore and a serious sailor, but he will be the first commodore of the LBYC to be representing his own club in the llth annual Congressional Cup Series here in March. He won the right to be the LBYC participant to a sailoff series late last year. It will be his seventh appearance in the Congressional Cup Series, a yachting event that has made the LBYC famous to sailing circles around the world. It will be Barney's fourth time to represent his own club. In the three other times he has represented Alamitos Bay Yacht Club (he's also a member of that club) and the West Coast area. HE NEVER has won the Congressional, but he has come close, and this could be his year. He will have the clubs of this area to the rooting section. Flam also is a staff commodore of the Cabrillo Beach YC; that's where he started his sailing career when he left Navy service at the end of World War II. He is a staff commodore of the Southern California Yachting Assn., a group that is composed of all yacht clubs to the Southland and the one that is responsible for the famous Midwinter, corn- tag up next month. The; Flam family lives at 1 Palermo Walk and the family boat is Flam- buoyant, a Cal-40 that will see service to the Congressional inasmuch as the Cal-40s are the boats that are used to that event. Flam won't be alone to the commodore's chair, nor on his boat. His wife, Evelyn, is a highly accomplished sailor and can handle the foredeck as well as any male sailor. She Will be sailing to the Congressional. The Flams have three children, Steve, 13, Fay,' 11, and Patty, 6, and they were the proudest kids to town the other night when Flam was being installed. FLAM is a native of California. He received his engineering degree from Caltech and became active as a mechanical engineer. He is now a consulting engineer with an interest to a company that manufactures prefabricated concrete materials. He got the sailing bug while in the Navy. He learned seamanship and navigation well to World War II. He was stationed on ships in the Pacific area. His first boat was a K-38 which he bought in 1955. He sold that to 1963 and bought the Cal-40 that he and Evelyn now own. Evelyn was born to Oregon. THE GREATEST thrill of racing came for Bar- Trout plants The Department of Fish and Game planted caWwble-sire rainbow trout week in the following lakes and streams of. Southern and Central California: LOS ANGEUJS COUNTY- Hansen West Forks). RTVERSlDE-Carrailla Lake. SAN BERNARDINO- Cucamonca-Giiasti Park Lake and Lille Creek (Middle and North Forks). VENTURA-- Casitas and Piru Lakes and Upper Piru Creek. SANTA KERN- HarMPark Lake, Kern Kern River (Fairview Dam lo'KR3 Powerhouse and Johnson Bridge to Fairvjew Dam). Â«/Â«x TT A Â· SAX PEDRO- W anRtors on I boat taught 285 rock cod, 9 cow cod. 5 ling cod SAN DIEGO- 102 anglers on 6 bojts cailRht 35 yeltowtail, 8 halibut, 12 ling cod, fflfl rock cod. _ .__,._. ._ , MS nx-k cod. W ""SEAL BEACH- ~ angers on 3 twals cauehl l,0Â«6 rock coo", S cow cod, 13 sole. BARNEY FLAM Takes the helm ney in the Transpacific Yacht Race from here to Honolulu in 1973 when the LBYC's most consistent winner, Ragtime, beat Windward Passage by five minutes. Barney was one of six men who owned and sailed the 62-foot Ragtime. It was called the Ragtime Syndicate. Since that time, some of the six have left Ragtime, but there is still a syndicate consisting of Stan Miller, Dr. Bill White and Bill Pasquini that will sail Ragtime in the Feb. 1 race to Puerto Vallarta. Those three and these others were awarded the Legion of Merit a plaques at the installation: Bill Polly and Cliff McElroy (both for the second time) Bill Hanna, BUT Irving, Arch Van Palmer and Johnny Miller. TOM SHADDEN won the coveted Dick Loynes Trophy for outstanding service. Board of Governors' Awards went to Brian Meikle, Peter Kent and Edward Rohan. Staff Commodore William T. Dalessi installed these other officers: Downie D. Muir III, vice commodore; Dr. Paul W. Smith, rear commodore; Robert P. Graham, fleet captain; Gerald F. Simonis, port captain; Dr. Maurice Haskell, fleet surgeon (afloat); Dr. William E. White, fleet surgeon (ashore); Konstantine George and Donald B. Caff ray, judges advocate; Donald Richardson, secretary, and Perry Maxson, treasurer. Directors: Ernest L. Brodie, B.J. Buchanan, Harry C. Carr, Ronald J. Dean, Ray Fosholdt, Peter Kent, Donald E. Johnson, Perry B. Maxson Jr., Sid Peizer, Thomas Shadden and William E. Steuber. Board of governors: Richard Brookins, 0. Leslie Dahl, William R. Hardcastle, L.W. McDowell Jr., Frank Ruppert and W, Robert Pierce. FLAM WENT to Chicago this week to attend sessions of the North American Yacht Racing Union. He recently' was named a member of the NAYRU's offshore racing administrative committee. NAYRU is responsible for the scheduling of some of yachting's major events in this country and in Canada. All of the 10 competing skippers in this year's Congressional have not yet been chosen. Tom Shadden, Congressional chairman, expects to have all details complete shortly for the March event. Meanwhile, the Del Rey YC's race to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, starting at noon Feb. 1, is the top event prior to the Midwinter off Long Beach. Donnell Culpeppcr. Baseball briefs EXPOS--Soli] outfielder Ron Woods !o Ihe Chunictii Dragons of Japan's fcnir.il League RED SOX- Sijnfd 17 players Io contracts includinj veterans Carl Yaslriomski. Boh Montgomery. Tim McCarver. Hectic Cleveland. Cral( "~C\fi5iNAIA^"CÂ«mi''lo'wn'j with pitchers Bob Fortch. Bill Parson*, imp, Capii'n and Mark Cuvtii. iiui- fiolik-rs Danny God by and Jerry Mum- ptirn'. catcher Ken Rudolph. DONNELL ;' CtLPEPPER First catch 'em, then mash them When we had a press party at Irvine Lake recently, there was one hilarious award that I must pass along to the readers of this column. Doug Nunnery, who makes Bandit Bass Lures, got the strangest award that has ever been seen at a press party. It was a largemouth bass mounted on a tire, symbolic of a strange fishing trip that Doug-everybody calls him Rip and I don't know why-- took with Chuck Garrison and wife, Cindy, of Western Outdoor News. The trophy, if one can call it that, was the work of Bob Skinner, Paramount, owner of Trophy Fish Mounts, with Chuck instigating what will remind Rip of that trip for the rest of his life. ,, Here's the way it, started: s Rip, Chuck and Cindy were fishing in mid- December at Silver-wood Lake, one of the new waters formed by the California Water Project. The temperature was about 18 degrees, too cold for comfort and certainly too cold for bass to be cavorting on the surface. Chuck, was running the boat and all had decided to. head for the boat- launching ramp, pull out and go home. They passed RIP NUNNERY Flattened a bass a point close to the boat ramp and Chuck said: "OK, Rip, you are the one who always wants to make one more cast, so try that point before we go in." Rip did and was rewarded with a hefty strike. After a short battle with the fish, he put a 4V4-pound largemouth in the boat Rip and Chuck weighed the fish, then Chuck, who free-lances for magazines other than Western Outdoors, took photos in black and white and color. Rip, who uses a long stringer with a one-pound weight on the end to keep the fish down, put his big bass on the stringer along with the other fish that had been caught, and Chuck headed the boat for the ramp. He and Cindy got out, went for the car and trailer and Rip stayed in the boat. They made the hitch, pulled the boat out of the water and up the ramp about 10 feet so Rip could get put .Then Rip discovered that he had forgotten the stringer. His exclamation at that point isn't fit for print to this newspaper. So what do you do with a mashed bass? Â·Â·' Chuck, who emceed the program at Irvine, knew what to do. Skinner duplicated the bass well by making: a mold, then running over it with his own car. The stupidity trophy is pictured to this column today. TWO FISHING CLASSES will start next month at" Long Beach City College, with. Charlie Davis, Carson manufacturer's representative, as the instructor. This means that a class has been added to the original which began at City College last year for the first time to history of that school. : The new class will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., ! and will be on fresh-water fishing. The other, on salt; water fishing, will be from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. .; Starting time of both classes is Feb. 10, but ad- j vance enrollments may be made at the college from i Jan. 28 through Feb. 5. Pre-enrollment hours will be j from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Those ( enrolling early have a good chance of getting into the , classes. There was an overflow crowd last year and ;' some had to be turned away.. . Â· The classes and the enrollment place will be in the Physical Education Building, Room 1107-C. Charlie says that there will be rod-building, with materials to provide a finished rod for each student. There will be a $25 charge to cover cost of materials. At the conclusion of the classes, there will be trips on: the barge and on boats for those in the salt-water classes. ~*7, It is interesting to note that fishing classes arei'ih,. progress, or will be, at other schools--Santa Monicar; City College, Harbor College and Hunttogton Beach' 1 -*-' High School. OUTDOOR MINIS-- In addition to the fly-tying classes, the Long Beach Casting Club is starting a rod- wrapping class at its clubhouse to Recreation Park next Monday night at 7 o'clock. There will be other classes through the winter period, and the fly-tying classes will continue through the winter and spring. The Western Bass Fishing Assn. will have a two- day tournament on Lake Havasu Feb. 22-23. It will be the first major event for that organization this year, and Lake Havasu City will be the host. Contestants must be members of the WBFA to good standing and must pay a $40 entry fee. The WBFA welcomes new members and application blanks, as well as tournament entry sheets, are available by writing Bill Rice, 3939 Birch St, Newport Beach 92660. Trout fishing on Lake Mead, a topic of general interest with fresh-water anglers who are looking for places to go, remains very dull. Lake Mead enthusiasts got a boost, however, when it was announced that Charles Howerton, Las Vegas, had caught a 21-pound, 3-ounce striped bass near the Overtoil Landing. The National Park Service, the U.S. Coast Guard and the Department of Fish and Game teamed up to bring about the arrest of two Morro Bay men just outside San Francsico's Golden Gate with more than 600 abalones on their boat The shellfish had been taken from the Point Reyes National Seashore to Marin Â· County. Talented field in Masters marathon Former Long Beach State star Ron Kurrle will be out for his third consecutive victory to the fifth World Masters Marathon Sunday, beginning at Chapman College to Orange, 8 a.m. Also competing in the 26-mile. 385-yard race is Bellflower High's Paul Wielenga, who will make his second attempt at the school record of 2:47:23 fitter missing by 78 seconds at the Western ilerr.ispiiere Marathon last month. Other com- petitors include eight- year-old Ralph Salcido of Santa Ana, who ran 3:30:18 in 1974, as well as 77-year-old Fred Grace of Los Angeles (3:45:15 to Â·72). Cnbs were losers , financially, too CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Cubs, who finished last in the National League East last season, Thursday reported a loss of $189,976 for 1974.
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