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C-a--INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TEIEGRAM (PM) un9 Bcacn, cam., WM., March 34, m Wilson batters Lake wood ByKENPIVEHNETO Staff Writer Maybe it's about time to remove the surprising tag from Wilson High's baseball team. The Bruins won their fifth Moore League game in a row Tuesday night, pounding out a stunning 10-5 victory over defending c h a m p i o n Lakewood at Mae Boyar Park. The Bruins scored four runs in the sixth and seventh innings to erase a 4-2 deficit that enabled thtm to conclude the first round of the league's 15-game schedule as the only unbeaten team. Millikan defeated Poly, 4-1, in an afternoon game at Blair Field to remain one game off the pace while Jordan's Herb Fauland struck out 15 in pitching the Panthers to a 2-0 win at Compton. Dramatic back-to-back home runs by Ron Hall Moore baseball Wilscn .. WillHan.. Lakewood Jsrcfso . . . Comotoi . Poly Tl»vlir 1 1 truth Wi:vxi H. Ukewood S. . Polyl. w L PCI GB 5 8 1 000 I .MO 1 .200 .000 The sonior lefthander allowed only four hits- two in the first inning--but no Tarbabe got past second. He ended tie game on a flourish, fanning the final four Complon hitters. Tom Mollcy figured in both Jordan runs, doubling to lead off the first, going to third on a ground out, then scoring on an error. * * * JORDAN Jb r h bl Mollfy.c COMPTOH Ibr h N E.Main.II 1 0 H WIUON 16 r h W SaVrl.cf l l O O W i r m S K l imllh.lb 1 i II Lakers, If Warr.ss 3 1 1 1 Smpin.rl Chect.dh 7 1 0 1 Miller ,lb KHroy.c 0 5 0 9 Kssgr.w t 3 1 4 Ruj*,ss 1 3 3 ? Bomf/Oh 3 I 0 0 Dvlls,:b 3 0 1 9 Kagle.ib 3 0 0 0 Clark.01 Cox.c Ftigld.ph Dlaj.c Totals » 10 7 7 T o t a l s . KHroy.c Hall.lt Slmooijb S)wfer.3t) Kllls.rl Kaisn.o LAKEWOOO ab r h bi rmSKl 3 0 7 1 3 0 0 9 1 I O S 3 1 it 0 I 0 0 4 0 1 0 2 1 « 1 4 0 0 3 3 0 t 1 « I 0 S 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 9 0 0 28 5 6 I Shot down at second Millikan. High School's Ken Elsie is forced out at second base by Poly High's Mike Iwaki during third-inning action in schools' Moore league clash Tuesdny. Iwaki relayed throw to first to complete double play. Rams bc^PJly-4-J. fey St. Paul decisions Saints St. Paul scored three limes in the f i f t h inning to break a 2-all deadlock and defeat host St. Anthony, 6.1, Tuesday afternoon in Angeltis League baseball. The S a i n t s , 0-5 in league, took an early 1-0 lead and then tied t h e Angelus baseball Wllltn Ill »4 1-10 E-Warr'5."kiliw."SlrnpS4n, Lark- tr 3. C« 2B-Rurek. HR-Hall. Simons, MHIer. S.K.-Warr. SF--Bonner. SB- Simons. Stmpson, Williams 3, Bocner. DP-WllSwl. LOB--Wilson J. Lakewood /. IP a R ER BB SO Kassle«(W,Sl) 7 S S 0 4 1 /.a'onX (1,2-11 S I 7 4 7 1 6 Wuetirkh... I.I 0 3 3 1 I x.Bisnar 0 I I 1 0 0 Arnold 0 . 1 1 1 1 0 0 *-Faccd one batter in 2th. HBP- Checi by Za'atlsl. Williams Iby KassKn].WP-W«hVkh2. T--2:44 SC OR.E3 QQAJRJD NBA standings Pcr^-i'cr 0 00 0. FctrVe C J J t ·Al'cr Dei 51 P.tul Piirt X W L T Pel. GB 1 1 0 WO 3 1 1 .740 'i 3 2 0 fO 1 0 Tuesday's Results SI PiMjl 4. St. Amnofiy J. Purs X 3. M.l'er Do, 2 Strvitc J. [listwa Arrwl 3. game in the fourth inning before the Swordsmen's winning burst in the fifth. Centcrfielder Jim Wendell had a double and two RBI for St. Anthony. SI. Paul is now 3-1-1 and in second place behind Mater Dei, which lost its first league contest of Ihe season, 3-2 to Pius X. Clark Bruncr scored the winning run with two out in the eighth inning lor Pius X when he singled and later came home on a error by Ihc Mater Dei shortstop. Mater Dei had sent the game into extra innings with two runs in the bottom of the seventh. Mike Snvcrino doubled and drove in two runs in Scrvite's 3-2 win o v e r Bishop Am at. STPAUL ST ANTHONY ab r · bi »t r ti ty Oa"».2b 7 0 1 ICrvda.lt 3 I 1 » Asclvni.rf 4 0 1 0 WhllH.IB 3 0 0 0 jrnslrvss 4 0. 0 0 D LojKV,2b 2 * 9 0 Wlr;sKi.p I I 0 0 WtfKk'i UI 2 1 1 2 Gi:mn.cf 3 2 1 OR liWi.Jh 3 0 0 J T.ivlof.ll 4 1 2 1 Gui-sno.ss 3 0 2 1 Aftirsi.r 1 I OaSrurl.c 3 ( 1 0 Yb.i.M.Jl) 3 1 2 2 C.isev.rf 1 0 0 0 isc.ui.lb 4 0 2 2UI(!rkh.rl 1 0 0 0 totals IS 4 9 6 Plumr.p 3 0 0 0 Totals 2 4 3 5 3 St.Pjul 093 «1 0-4 SI. Anthcw IOH100-3 E: -GaHeao. Ptumrver, Short, Fluoir-tcr. Gcrrils*. LOG--St. Paul 12, SI AMrony S S-ir.-Yb.trM. 2fl-Wen- dell sr-Wervvn. WP--WitcivnsU. IP 8 EX K BB SO Wi'cisnili I 3 1 S S S EUKni KKintlc Wyhbn W L Pet. GB " a -Ml - « B sw r. ( 0 13 «4 I'A 31 51 4« 1SV, Central Divflbn *4 M ill - ° a -£5 . Houston is 3? .473 l l! * New Or ton B 40 457 ""' Allanta 31 43 .K4 IS'.-j Wes*n) CsrANtnce MKhnsI rWYisbn MilwrjLB? 31 » .«' - Katui Cil» H J3 ^SO T.j ocnon s a j)i i CW0190 75 « 311 V P««k DWltal KGc'^icn SU'G SJ » .TO -LM *Wl" 37 J7 JOO 14 Scjrle M 36 JOO 14 PIranli IS IS .*3 1SV* Pocldlti M W M* » s-clXhed division tlfle TimdiT'i QjmM SuHalo in. Chkj» Iff Ocvoll I7J. New York Hi Kimas City 106, WMhli^lon in Boston 131. Hew Organs J), 01 Pftyni* IV, Seattle W Gc.*n Ua'i I'l, Al'anu 100 Us Angeles 17i Uxotsn W6 Ptylland 13/, WINwuAW 95. OT fhk-twal Roslno. New Yorkal 1'kLladflehia. Kansas City at Detroit. MUwajkce at Seattle. Pistons 122, Knicks 116 NEW YOHK-Bob Lanlr-r scored 2!) points and guard Krlc Money ntMetl 2S ns Pis- Inns lonplnl thn Knicks, who lire stifl plnylng without Walt fr'razjer. urn BUFFALO 1123! VWI**i 12 t l 23. S^jmiT 4 kt !l. .'AcAdco 11 W 27, CM-k*s 6 00 ':. Sni !*i 15 1510 f.. Y.Vss I 00 2, Srr-'uoV- I I 2 1 AC.'TIS 0 2 3 2 Tf.ili 17 :« 11 Chlt«3 21 It 30 n-tO» Bul'alo 19 32 21 37-122 I»H IjuK. Chi:*!-, 2J. Hu«J1 11. T.f.tvx,m- Ch r.lTC COKh VCIU. O cm be-xn A \TJ.3 Suns 101, Sanies 97 PHOKNIX-Gunnl P a u l WcBlphal scored a rarccr-lu^h 39 points as Sun. 1 : picked u[i a came on t h e second-place Sotiics Keith Erkktwn come off the bench In Ihe second quarter lo spark Phoenix. SEATTLE (17) Bantam 2 3 4 1 . Seals t oil 14. Burleson 3 it 10. Gl-llam 0 M 0. Walts 4 1-3 », Brotm 13 t 33, Horvrood i 00 Ml Der- i:ne 3 08 4, Skinner 0 00 0. Abdul Aill S 01 13. Totals 17 23-31. PHONLX IIH) Iteard 5 V2 II. Perry 4 04 12, Mara s 00 10. Sotas S it IB. WrstpMI IS 11I ». Rliev I 00 0. Awtrey I 00 2, Eikison 4 3 2 U. lt,ndlone a 00 0. Lumpijl I 00 2 ro'lts tt 2573. Seattle 7S 11 24 21- *7 Phaerfl D 21 21 23-1M lo'4t 'ouls. Jcatrle 25. Proem* 2 A: Warriors 118, Hawks 100 OAKIAN'D-nonkic G u s Williams from USO came off the bench to score 1-1 poinls in UK; seconil period nml lead GoUleii State s runaway. jm 5 2-1 J?, Heftierwn 4 73 M. Ifcjdwi s NHL standings N Y. Illarters AIHTIa K Y. Kirvcn C«t«o Vat«owvcf. si. L».;S Mwmnol) Ka.-BJl City ToWO CallVnia Pali Ilk Otvnbn W L T Ph. 0* OA 41 II IS ill J71 1»! 19 It IS VI 274 I7S ! 32 II 73 243 Til 25 39 9 59 241 30J Dirisbri » 27 17 7S 324 713 30 71 14 74 7SC 336 24 IS 13 IS H; 77( 19 » i 44 171 380 12 ft 12 34 173 311 ferfe Drriikn St 10 10 113 309 197 33 19 II Jl 3'J 7'l 34 31 S 7* 235 J44 34 40 9 57 IX 273 9 S4 10 71 2W 1S3 Adam DIvEiioo 46 14 13 104 2S 2CT 41 20 17 1 104 221 73 38 H 78 377 7S4 13 42 737 244 and Col tin Simons keyed the sevenlh-inning Wilson uprising. Simons had also figured prominently in the sixth- inning outburst, singling In one run to lie the score then scoring all the way from first on a wild play that saw Lakewood boot the ball twice. Simons and 5-7 Chris Smith each had three hits for Wilson. Lakewood's Kevin M i l l - er also homered over the restraining flags at the park, his first-inning drive gettling Lakewood off to a 2-0 lead. Jordan, which had lost ils first three games, re- reived its second strong pitching performance in a row, this time from Faul a n d who overpowered Compton. Joneslo speak at Poly banquet Iflnq Bench Stale bask e t b a l l c o a c h D w i ^ h l .lout's will be the loalined s p c i i k c r at a b a n q u e t honoring Pnly High's GIF c h : i n i | ) i o n s h i | ) t e a m t- niKht al Adolph's Ueslnu- n i n l . The public is invited. R e s e r v a t i o n s m a y be m a d e b y r a i l i n g N e i l Hratilev's o f f i c e a l t h e s c h o o l . 591-nr.Kl, or KA RicealSfll-.iMIO. Wllms.ss Boiwell.c J o o e N'thoK.ib S O U Cole.il 1 0 3 0 6lack,31 1 0 0 0 Frstn.oh 2 1 0 0 Mlivor.3b 0 0 0 0 Jaco.dh BorryJb 1 0 0 8 Ridui.P T o t a l s 2 7 3 5 3 lollls Jordan , While.Ib Wtsl.H Btrg.Ib Havl.dh Flngn.pi 3 0 1 2 C I -J 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 1 t i o 3 «0 0 7 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 34 0 4 0 IH 111 I--} 000 000 0--0 " E-VVesl. E. rAalor-e, Black, Minor 3.2b-Molley. SF-Woi:ey. SB-kvlne. LOO-Jorda' 3, Comp'on S. IP H 8 ER BB SO FauMIW.2-2).. J 4 B 0 0 IS R.rJsaanILl. . 7 S 3 » I 3 Correspondent: CHERYL THOMAS Then in tfie fifth, the Panther catcher hit a sacrifice fly to score Ron Hays. At Blair Field, Millikan broke a 1-1 tie with winless Poly by scoring three times in the sixth inning on R B I hits by John White, Tim Bjelland and a s a c r i f i c e fly by Ron Zimmerman. Winning p i t c h e r Jim Estes led off the sixth inning with a single down the third base line, then moved all the way lo third on the next play without the ball leaving the infield. Tony Guerero, attempting lo sacrifice, bunted Ihe ball to Poly third baseman Jerome Washington whose throw hit Guerero in the back, Estes streaking lo third and Guerero to second. White followed with a single that just did roll under Gwynn's glove into centerficld, scoring Esfes with what turned out to be Ihe deciding run. Poly's had scored in the first inning when Vincent Lawrence streked home from third when a return throw from Zimmerman to Estes got away from the Millikan pitcher. MILLIKAN POLY ab r h bi ab r h bi CrKO.Jb 2 1 0 9 T.G-rnvi.rf 3 0 1 0 While. Ib 1 1 J 1 Uwrence.ll 3 1 1 0 English.* II 1 5 C.WIImiJI 0 0 0 0 BlNnd.ss 3 0 I 1 C.Owynn* J t ' l » Alnvmfl,c 3 0 1 ? Dlai.p 0 0 0 0 Rookey.n 3 0 0 0 Waslgtn,3b 0 0 0 0 Strong.ll i O O O A I b l n . l S 0 0 0 0 Tylfrjh 1 J O O Patrsn.rf 3 0 7 0 Elsee.cf ) ' 9 l ! w a k ! . 3 b 3 0 0 0 Estes.p 1 1 0 Wa'«nev,c 3 0 0 0 Cochrn,lb 1 0 1 0 DdnKolM 7 0 0 0 Totals 24 4 I t Tolcls W I 4 0 Mt\at-4 Hit IH M 1-1 E--Blclland, Ensfisn. Washlnaton. Sac--Guerefo. SF--Zimmerman. SB- Lawrence. Iwakl, Matoney, English. Qp-^Ainikan, Poly. LOB-MIKkan 4, POIV2 ' IP H . E. il SO csiesrwjii ; 4 1 1 0 3 CG«yn,(L.,4, 6 , , , , , DLsl 1 0 0 0 0 0 Ba^k-C Gwyim. T-2 02. NIKI LAUDA ARRIVES-- IVloore, golf !1S, Jordan 2% ,«K Ijkcft-iwrl-- Jcnos ft. Icnn.lm Duiiu-iltki tl. Nk-fthlvarKor S Sin 17. Shneniakcr SI: Jnrij.in -- Kf't*? ['iKt,.ni..l I',. Gaeni II, ' R-irrn-s 1^. JV score: ]jkp*ood J^l . Knifi U, JnMan «l p rtteJ division title Kansas Clly S. WasMogwTi Blazers 100, Bucks 97 Ncal hit two pressure oaskcEs in the fitwl !\vo minules of over- lime and Sidney WVcks sunk n pair of free throws with five seconds remalnlnc lo cllneh win. The losers' Elmore Smith had forced the gome Into overtime with a shot from (lie corner n[ (lie Ixizier. MILWAUKEE I'll DarirkJgc B 11 17. Ajr« 0 »0 0. Sm'IH 1 11 X. Ptkt 3 1-7 4. rt'«ilTfi 16 ?· ) U, Reslj.-Ki 0 »! e. Me/on 3 I-I 1, Bre kaw 3 1-1 7, BrktenMfl I »0 4. Telats M Celtics 101, Jazz 97 N K W O K L K A N S -- I V a v c Cowros score*! six of Boston's ei;ht ovorlinio ptiiiis in overcome n |oor shilling pcr- fonnuncc during the ;ninc. BOSTON [nu HjvMrrt. t u n . Ki^tnvi 3 1.7 ;, CCT- wn i j.? 13 WTi ff ·* J J », Sroi ] ? J 4- S'-vtvn J ?1 I. Sl'av 3 to- If Ib. A/d I 3-? J. ArvAfW 1 JO ? Trtdll 36 79 N. NEW ORLEANS (t7 CcJtfiun ? 8C 4. SlfllNnxtti 1 3 S 1 ftr } )l 1. HC'SOO 3 M 6 McCirov M 7 H. EVtv»9CP J 8| IJ. B«r» 1 7 J i. K^c, J 00 i. *.^xavtch i J* U. 'Aiiiwni i * J H. Bovtf 1 3 * S. To*** 36 «li BoshiO, n 17 II tf I--1I1 H«w OrlMH 31 a II M I-- tl . ."lS. Pefrle 4 1-3 9, SW« 4 »0 8, YW- Ion 3 13 8. Hotl'n I M 7. CroSI I X 3. Jones ! 3-3 4- Clemens 0 M 0- Totals il MIXaukM II tl « H I-- II . , i CcvKh V^n li A 14.IJ7 . 6rM* G,--nl5f 1 0 0 Corrrspooilcnl: Ojve 3 foot Pr ce. A- ... 014 10001-- 3 9 ! Ot» «»!·-! S S i inj Brunfr, Hliyh jnti l« Iwf Anil Srrriv . . . . H.irtinr;. Hroh Rjrpj.Til"r tOOOttt- 1 ( I ini- 1 1 1 and Maun\ Moore tennis Braves 122. Bulls 109 BUFFM/i-RandySmllh and Jim MrMUIhn mmliirKtl for 58 [xiints as the Braves movcx! into a tio for sororel plnoc wUh Philattelphi.i in Ihe Atlantic Division. Smith lias scored 96 points in the last three games. CKIC1GO (1*1 ] i( ^ A.-i'v 1 4 1 hX Val Lior 7 Si I.', tj', lic-*sl.i S 1 3 1 3 . .\vw:n 1 » J. ^ '·-· T i ; 'i. PJ"C'V-*I o oo o. \'^t v A o 'o J Kings 106, Bullets 101 KANSAS CITY-The Kings used a strong third quarter porfomtmice to win their sixth coa'secutiv-c same ,11 home. . ? H H, R nq J 7-? 6. r,rv I 00 ?. H.nk'f^ J 33 11. W owlo 0 0 I TO(J! SAS CITY [15*1 ~wo ? U 71, Rc S .}·! U -Vthb 3 i^ H. frVNtSi 1 0 3, I»V M 1 IS. ) ll i l l ] U J J. Wf-^frJ 1 r.yw i 6 1C 17 City n ll B ll-TOi Fn.W -XI Rcfrn; w Tom *o^v W^Nr-sfrn I?. Kanvn C-V » TecJwi- tJis I*:PV. Unsrid 7. W^-'tVon Cwth tla 3. Mlrmesot* 1. tie Varxouvw S. Hew York tsla-iders 7 North Stars 3. Flyers 3 B1XX1MINTON M i n n . -Minnesota tied Vhiladclptiia when Bill Hogaboam deflecleil Ixiu Nanne's shn! into the nets w i t h o n l y 2:27 remaining. RrKgle Ix-ach posted Ills Win ontT57ch goals of the season (or Hie rivers. Tlte North SJars came back three lime to tie lite score. Capitals 5, Scouts 5 I-ANDOVEK. Met.--A 50- foot slapslmt by rtefenienian Jack Lynch enabled Washington lo tic Knnsns City, extemv ing Ihc Scouts' wlnless streak to 21 successive Kames. The Capitals, who earlier this season tied Ihp Nltl. record of K u'Entess games in a row. fell behind, 4-0, before rallying with three goats to start the thin! period. Canucks 5, Islanders 2 VANCOUVER--With Mi*e Walton scoring two goals or.il assisting on another in Ihe first period, Vancouver continued its domination ot Ihe Nt-w York Islanders. LAKERS- (Continued from C-l) was clearly jazzed up lo make things happen, and he did jusl t h a t . Sharman did not like Ihe "benching" c o n n o l a - tion. "! just went with Ihe guys who were hot," he said. · But never has he (ailed lo slart either Allen or Goodrich in t h e second half. Goodrich came back with 1:34 left in the period, played AVt minutes of the fourth quarter and was taken out again. The littlest Laker didn't appreciate the move. He was tossed a towel and immediately slung it down in disgust. MiUiLai 211. Wilson!*! AlSVj links Millitin- CcrnruAi 39 TkrOr II. Covart tf. Yan\h-,v. 10, Campos U. (irrfi«5ki II; Wi!y,ri~ lr*1n tf. Sum- n;rrMl S. Ulk-nmrn 35. HorstwU 11, K. Pavne K Cravr-s W JV srore; Wilton 1». Mi!lil-in 212. Wilson T P.njTX-37 (Continued from C-l) Undaunted, he persuaded another institution to loan him the money, put- l i n g up a sizeable l i f e i n s u r a n c e p o l i c y as collateral. Veteran European motor sports writer Ferry Wunmer says lhat it was "really no risk on the bank's part--Niki's in- h e r i t a n c e more t h a n covered the loan." With the money, he joined the depleted M a r c h team on a "rent-a-drive" basis in both Formula One and Two. He failed to score a point in Grand Prix, but he won the John Player British F2 c h a m - pionship. In 1973, March failed lo find a sponsor for the car, so L a u d a was q u i e t l y dropped. He d r i f t e d to BRM but the car was woefully non-competitive and accomplished little outside of a f i f t h place at Belgium --except that Niki attracted the attention of Ferrari. In his first year with Ferrari, 1974, ho won two Grands Prix (or the Maranello team and by mid- season he was in the hunt for the championship. But he failed to finish any of the last five races and he faded back into the pack. Then last year everything came together and Lauda brought the world championship to Italy following a long dominance by British drivers l i k e J i m m y C l a r k , Graham Hill and Jackie Stewart. L a u d a s c o r e d 64 Grand Prix points to 45 for r u n n e r u p and two-time world champion Emerson Fittipaldi of Brazil. He won at Monte Carlo, Belgium, Sweden, France and the U.S. Grand Prix at WatkinsGIen, N.Y. Even more remarkable was his record ot consistency, finishing all but one ot the 14 races (another car crashed into his on the first lap in Spain). Niki Lauda is far from the public's archetypical image of what a world champion should look like, or how he should comport h i m s e l f . He is slightly built, almost frail in appearance, and he takes almost a robot-like approach to his profession. When he is behind the wheel he is intense and totally dedicated to the task at hand, but prefers to remain diverged f r o m the f l a m b o y a n t p o s t - r a c e a n t i c s of the F e r r a r i camp. "The Italians are very hot blooded," he s a y s . A good time to Niki Lauda is making a picnic basket, inviting his girl friend Marlene and driving out into the Auslrian countryside. Since November, N i k i has been rooming al a Salzburg hotel, bul his new $100,000 home on the outskirts of the city will be ready for him to move in within the next two weeks. "It should keep me occupied," he says. "I like a home of my own because it gives me a chance to be myself, not Ihe w o r l d champion-" College tennis Pepprrdtne L LB. Stale 1 Sinski. Soares ipj d. Martiikv !*. *-! 6-1; Austin II.Ki d. Korsc 7,i. 7-A; Hunter il 1 ) d. Malley 74, 6-1; Oranslv- (Pi d. Terrell 3«. 6 1. I*; Simon ll.tfi d Herbsl?^. M. M;Sie(rid. Pemir "DiVijblps: SimrMt-Halky (IJlt rl SAarvs-MurseiM, W rcliml: Oranskv Sic ll'l d. M.irt«ie;.Terrell 6-1^ 7 « ; 3l*rb*l tl-juter t P l d . Austirrrt'niKTT^.. s-r. w LR. State t.CoUtado Snfi!i'SL Martlwl II.B) rfrom 6-1. W; Austin iLFll _. «. 6-2: rjra»crtal. Malky M. K1. ±1: TcmHl IIJ« d. GrarJ Rl. «i: Simon iI.Hl d. Smith 2fi. 64; (ix-ri in nonhlcsTM MalkT^imm (I.BI ,1. Sfvnl^nxn Ilitlad H. 5-1; M.irtimv. Tcrrril It.Hi d. Bran-er^mitli tiJ. 7«; Auilui-Pcrjwr itjll d. Grant-Goch l^-l, lr.1. Pro gri«I briefs SEATTLE-- 5hTMt Irre wwl Solomon Prison. .1 Ihird (tend plrfc « Ihc !l.«j~t.ii Oilers in the I»T2 cxJI«u drJlL This is the week! March 26, 27, 28. The teams and cars have arrived! UNITED STATES GRAND PRIX WEST : Co* 10 Ijlchir.in -- . sn ir.insV 3 1. Gin-.tny *4 l R...H.T 0-1 Frtlir» I V Ta S'l l:\TMild * - * hlliblt'S- H,-\. an*l Vanljt^i 60. We«t Hi*»t 60. Uike«»vd rhnr fM/0-6. HajAti and Mwhjsv 'i. Com ;» 3 Sin;l«-- Airdan: Ycpoi , rr n rc-rJs 1-1. lUn»Vn . S.irm . (0 49ers end pre-season by beating Northridge " i t K-ir.; 31. Rcunn awl niia* to. ."vpitfl Ui-P.v\ifl and Irun 1 3 . , Ii-nand Br.^ni^i imiilai 1*. Po*j-U s-.r.^Vv- Mill.k.in Morriyxi 3 ? :- -vv Jl, Inlrirt. 3-1. Tttlxn 1 2 RbrV !·!. N«H and ?f% J*ID« and Han of Spring Ot M:VrTnirMhi»r Long Beach S t a l e scored two runs in the fourth inning and two in the fifth lo defeat visiting Cal State Norlhrirtge, I-S. Tuesday in the final game of its non-conference baseball season. Long Beach, 14-10. will host San D i e g o S t a t e Friday at noon to open P C A A p l a y . Frank Hardy doubled in Sieve Fenoglio and Gary Pellant in the fourth inning for Long Beach, and Konoglio came back in the f i f t h to s i n g l e in Don O l s o n . Pcllant, twp-for- Ihree for the -lOcrs, had a bases-loaded sacrifice fly. Pcnoglio had two hits in four at-bais. L B . SUM OW72C.W- 4 1 1 I f«xnVIU9e . I30IIOOOC- 3 7 I Dumbed, 5aM.ll | SI. Hi'J (II. VcOriw (?i and Hxfcl-6. Cci^mec'i K); Alers. Ray 14), Gardner IS). HBUSIOA MlN RaWt . 3' lomiancyich 42 Kunnerl KrA-l^i Jor««yi Rley VVT'.re \VoN Tda:s Lakers Cainotr- Wa/ner Atxtul-J Anen GoCd''Cl Fartf frffrnf Lar.l: Meelr . Russe'l Toms . ..30 il . t IS . . 'i 10 T FGS .; H'm 3) . 35 21 i 22 29 s » « 4 4 12 .240 FO 4-9 IM 4-11 i t s t-t »l 2 » 3 4 31 1 2 4313 earn 4 I'lFT" fO ! 4 3 7 1*22 4 1 4 1 4 5 15 4 t 1-3 0-1 s » SI -ICO FT 4i 5-J 3 3 1 4 3 »0 0-0 »·) ^o 2 3 »26 ». '4 FT 00 9-4 1-1 1-7 5-1 3 Stoa 00 2 2 1! 1: t i t i i 2 1 i S 2 t 5 S 0 S 2 2 3 3 1 41 23 t 1 t 7 2 4 0 20 S 4 e 9 3 7 1 4 5 ! 4 1 1 C 2 2 1 IS! 3C T 12 K 14 20 IS 0 4 i i 'OS T i 20 « 15 15 IS '7 2 0 12 :s Team I FGS 510 Ft-S US Bar Tfjm loti'.s Fooled out Formula One racing through the streets of Long Beach don't miss it! Recreational Vehicle parking area: 3-Day Permit for vehicle S20.00. Does not include spectalor admission. All vehicles must be s e l f - c o n t a i n e d . (Schedule s'iblecl to change.) FRIDAY, MARCH 2610:00 A.M.--Formula One Practice- begins. 12:40 P.M.-Kick-Oft Luncheon, Long Beach Arena. 12:45 P.M.--Bicycle Race ot Champions Practice. 2:00 P.M.--Formula One Practice. 3:45 P.M.--Historic Formula One Cars Practice. 5:15 P.M.--DrlverfSpectator Forum, In the Arena. SATURDAY, MARCH 2710:00 A.M.--Formula One Practice. 11:40 A.M.--Nike Sports Shoes 10,000 Meter Fool Race. 12:30 P.M.--Olympic Trials Bicycle Race. 2:00 P.M.--Formula One Practice. 3:45 P.M.--Toyota Celebrity Match Race Practice. 4:30 P.M.--Historic Formula One Car Exhibition Race. 5:45 P.M.--Driver/Spectator Forum, in the Arena. SUNDAY, MARCH 28-RACEDAY- 10:45 A.M.--Pre-Race Parade. 12:00 Noon--Formula One Warmup. 12:30 P.M.-Toyota Celebrity Pro-Am Match Race. 1:15 P.M.--START, United States Grand Prix West. 3:15 P.M.--Estimated Finish 6:30 P.M.--Victory Banquet. Tickets now on sale at Tlcketron, Wallichs, Liberty, Mutual Ticket Agencies ft the Long Beach Arena. .

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