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D-4-INDEP6NDENT.PRESS-TELESRAM "··"· ·«·* "· «·"'·· «""*'· "·»· »· »"· Lake wood, Wilson Face Nos. 3-4 By FRANK L1EBERMAN A Lakewood-Wilson rematch for the C1F championship? Improbable yes, impossible no. « The Moore League schools got by their opening-round games and now must face the Nos. 3 and 4-rated CIF clubs Friday night. Moore champ Lakewood, a 20-13 winner over Santa Ana, hosts Mickey Cureton's Centennial Apaches at Cer- litos College, while Wilson, 34-13 victor over Redlands, hosts Anaheim at Veterans Stadium. Both contests are at 8 and tickets go on sale Monday in the banker's office of each school. Lancer boss John Ford admitted Saturday his club wasn't mentally ready for Santa Ana. "We were ready enough to win, but we certainly could have played better ball. "It wasn't the brand of football we've played for the past three weeks. The climax of winning the league title and beating Wilson might have gotten the boys carried away, but we'll be ready for Centennial." : Ford praised Santa Ana for being a "tough club with a 16t of drive. They're a good team, but we knew they couldn't pass and I think it really hurt them." Saints quarterback Karl Francis completed only one of H attempts and had three intercepted by the Lakewood defense. * * * * "THE DEFENSE sure came through when we needed it," Ford added. "They got us up just at the right times." Larry Crutchfieid played one of his finest games of the year, finally getting over a lingering virus. Ron Ayala, hit with a bug most of the week, played his usual fine game, though tiring some because of the illness. Bruin coach Owen Dixon was pleased with his club's performance, especially in the second half. "We played a great second half after a slow start. It was tough go for 30 minutes, but then our defense shut them off and Bobby Grich went to work." Grich fired three touchdown tosses, ran one himself and completed 11 of 15 tries for 205 yards. "We didn't over-commit our defense as we did against Lakewood," added Dixon. "And we didn't sit on anything. We went out to score quickly and did. The boys wanted the game and got it." The victory can get the Bruins two school firsts. They've never won 10 games in a season and they've never taken two playoff games. Both coaches are precise in their predictions of Friday's game. Both feel they can win. Lakewood might have the tougher time, though, trying to contain Cureton. * * # * MARVELOUS MICKEY scored six times in Centennial's rout of Santa Monica, increasing his point total for the year to 234. He's scored 35 touchdowns and has 24 extra points. In gaining 339 yards last Friday, Cureton boosted his '66 total to 2,315 and his career mark to 4,731. The latter is a CIF mark, while the former is two yards shy of the record. His 40-point outburst also set a CIF record. He's also only three points off the seasonal scoring mark. "If we can contain him, we'll be in the game," answered Ford when asked about Cureton. "He's a great runner and they have good over-all team speed. We just can't let him get any room. If we do we're in trouble." Centennial, despite winning 10 in a row, can be scored on. In fact, the Apaches have had more points tallied against them than El Rancho, Anaheim and Mater Dei Fa 11 Crowd, Beh Mark atAlamitos By JIM McCORMACK Los Alamitos Race Course closed out its first week Saturday in grand style--by producing the largest attendance and pari-mutuel handle for a fap meeting. ''A crowd of 14,177 poured $1,001,689 through the betting windows, making it the first time the track handled 'more than a million dollars during a fall session. Both marks have been surpassed three times during spring meetings. Tiny Watch captured the featured $6,000 Hard Twist Purse, nosing out former stablemate Duplicate Copy. Rapid Volley crossed the fin-j ish line third, 1|4 lengths be-! hind the second horse, but! was disqualified for interfer-j ence and placed last. The Ole Man, which finished fourth, was moved up to third. Tiny Watch, purchased by his owners for $100,000 in 1965 from the Vessels stallion farm, owner of Duplicate Copy, battled his ex-stable- mate on even terms all the way to the wire in the 350- yard event and just got the nod. * * * * THE FIVE-year-old son of Anchor Watch was clocked in 17.8 seconds, and paid $3.80, S3 and $2.60. Duplicate Copy paid $3.40 and $2.60, w h i l e the show price on the Ole Mim was $5.20. Go Al Go captured the co- featured $5,000 Los Ninos, whining by a half-length over Trish's Moon and Winken- speed. combined. The Apaches have allowed 178, the other thfee top-rated clubs 164. But Centennial has averaged 44.8 points a game compared to El Rancho's 44.1, Mater Dei's 35.9 and Anaheim's 28.7. Anaheim doesn't have a Cureton, but Wilson also will face a good, fast-running club led by quarterback John Ochoa. "The Sunset League doesn't throw too much and ^1 think this part of our game will be our biggest asset," Dixon said. "It's a pleasure to play them and we're looking for a real tough game. * * * * "WE'VE BEEN improving with each outing," added Dixon. "Even against Lakewood I felt that we played fine game. We'll have to cope with Anaheim's speed, but they can be beaten." Santa Ana lost to Anaheim two weeks ago, 14-0, but Saints coach Tom Baldwin felt that if he hadn't taken couple of chances early his club could have won. Baldwin said Lakewood or Wilson could do mor« things than Anaheim, but warned, "You never know what Clare Van Hoorebeck has up his sleeve." * * * CIF Pairings (quarter-finals) Alt games Friday 8 P.m. AAAA (Upper Bracket) Wafer Dei (10-0) vs. Loyola (7-2- J at, El Camlno College; Anaheim (10-0) vs, Wilson (9-1) at Veterans Stadium. [Lower Bracket) El Rancho (10-0) vs. Blair (10-0) at the Rose Bowl; Lakewood (10-0) vs. Centennial (10-0) at CerrtloB College. RALLY TOO LATE Blades Bow, 5-3, Host Portland OAKLAND (UPI) -- The periods, the Seals were hard- California Seals scored four pressed to stave off a Blade times Saturday night before offense that produced three ···· (Lower Bracket) the Blades could get on the goals in the final period. M f"frtioT'cJ!^"sSHtrT p'aflna board and went on to win, But at 16:42 of the final I !£',,',,,,,£·,, KJ, n fe JSi. """ 5-3, and grab third place in period, George Swarbrick put the Western Hockey League, the game out of reach. {UDoer Bracket) Bishop Montgomery (10-0) vs. Magnolia (10-0) site undetermined; Santa Fe -{5-2-3)' vs. Mornlnaside (10-0) at Sentinel Field, Inglewood. Trojan Club Sets Final Meet of '66 The final Trojan club meeting for 1966 takes place Monday night at the Tartan House with Jim Stangleland and Dave Levy, USC coaches, as guest speakers. BULLS IN SCRAMBLE Guy Rodgers (right) of Chicago Bulls is about to retrieve loose ball during Friday night victory over Lakers at L.A. Sports Arena. Lakers are The Blades return home to meet the league-leading Portland Buckaroos in the L.A Sports Arena at 7 tonight. Their goals Saturday were scored by Dick Meissner, hii 14th; Jerry Toppazzini and Leo LaBine. Willie O'Ree assisted on all three. T h e Forbes Kennedy -Wayne Maxer -- Ray Cyr line produced the first three goals for the Seals. When California captain Charley Burns made it 4-0 after two It was the fourth victory in Five games against the Blades ! or California and equalled the Seals' home-ice record of 3-3 since the inauguration of the new Oakland Arena Nov. 15. T h e California win was tempered somewhat w h e n WHL Standings Jerry West (left) and Walt Hazzard. No. 6 Jerry Ward of Bulls. --AP Wireuhoto LAKERS BOUNCE BACK, 133-126 (Continued from Page D-l) led only Lakers Len Wilkens 113-110. had scored eight points in the fourth period and the rope was tightening once more. LaRusso and West took care of the threat. LaRusso scored one basket and West followed with a field goal and a free throw to make it 118-110 with five m i n u t e s remaining. The and West will have time for a few more meetings. * * * » BILLY Cunningham, of Philadelphia, and rookie Cazzie R u s s e l l , of New York, each set career scoring records to lead their teams to victory. Cunningham tossed in 39 for the 76ers, who defeated NBA Standings LB. Driver in Havasu Lead Division ! Birmingham 3, crvstal Palace 1. Bury 2, Wolverhampton 1. Coventry 3, Cardiff 2. Hull 2, Charlton 2, tie. T A T^t? U A X 7 A C T T T 1 J Ti*r A/lilwall 2, Carlisle 1. LAKE HAVASU--Ted May; Northampton 2, Blackburn 1. of Long Beach moved into' English Soccer Diviiion i Burnley *J, Aston Villa 2. Evcrton 0, Blackpool L Fulham 4, Manchester City 1. Leeds 2, West Ham 1. Manchester Uniled 5, Sunderland 0. Newcastle 3, Sheffield Wednesday I. Nottingham Forest 2, Arsenal 1. Sheffield United 0, Leicester 1. Sfoke Cltv 1, Chelsea 1, tie, Tottenham Hotspur 5, Southampton 3. West Bromwich 2, Liverpool 1. "' Hawks failed to threaten again. Caldwell broke out of a two-week scoring slump to San Frarcjsco lead the Hawks with an " ' NBA career high of 31. Wilkens and rookie Lou Hudson each had 27 for St. Louis. The Lakers, who jumped out of the Western Division cellar, one game and .017 points ahead of the Bulls, continue their five - game trip Tuesday night in New York. Until then, Baylor .833 1 .414 8Vi .455 9 .174 ISVb .500 3 .-155 4 .350 .333 7 Alamitos Results EASTERN DIVISION W L PCt. GB Philadelphia ... 18 2 Boston ,, ^ .. ,, . 15 3 Cincinnati ,, 9 10 New York . _ 10 12 Baltimore 4 19 WESTERN DIVISION W L Pet. GB 14 8 .636 -SI. Louis ._ 9 9 Detroit ~ 10 12 Lakers _ ,, _ ,, ,, 7 13 Chicago ,, _ 8 16 Saturday's Results Boston 118, Cincinnati 87. New York 125, Baltimore 114 Philadelphia 131, Detroit 123 Lakers 133, St. Louis 126. San Francisco 131, Chicago 129. the Detroit Pistons, 131123. Russell scored 34, 22 in the fourth period, to spark a Knickerbocker rally over Baltimore, 125-114. Two free throws by Cunningham with 3:57 remaining gave the 76ers a 117115 lead and the winners ahead to stay. Russell was given a standing ovation when he left the game with less than a minute to play. The Boston Celtics shack- . led Cincinnati scoring aces i flrst P lace Saturday in the, , . ,, T, , 59R finn T a b - a Uoi.oc-,. m-tT Roltierham 3, Bristol Cltv 3. Oscar Robertson and Jerry ;W." UU La «e Havasu City Lucas and snapped the i world outboard championships in which one driver was injured. i John Henry Price of ; Dec-herd, Tenn., was taken to Needles Municipal Hospital weary Royals' four-game winning streak, 118-87. Robertson scored o n l y four points, while Lucas managed a mere three and spent about half the game on the bench. Celtics player-coach Bill Russell was injured at 2:30 of the first period while blocking a Hap Hairston drive, but he continued to play with his damaged left hand bandaged. Jim King sank a 30-foot jump shot with no time left on the Scoreboard to give the San Francisco Warriors a 131-129 win over Chicago. ENGLISH CUP First Round Aider-shot 2, Torquav 1. Ashford 4, Cambridge 1. Barnslev 3, Southport 1. Bath 1, Sutton 0. Bishop Auckland 1, Blvth Spartans 1, He. Bournemouth 3, Welton Rovers 0. Bradford 3, wltton Albion 2. Bradford Citv 1, Port Vale 2. Brentford 1, Chelmsford 0. Chester 2, Middlesbrough 5. after his boat disintegrated! oSVIinoton Kockmrfb, tie. . n i Cnflnlri A rhncham n during the strenuous four- (nocked unconscious at 13:18 of the second period when he struck headon the glass protective wall behind his own net. He remained unconscious r or about eight minutes and was removed to a hospital. Maxner's goal came on a Dower play, only the fifth for :he Seals so far this season, and Burns got his goal while Imile course here. Price's condition was described as good. He sustained chest and rib bruises. Fred Miller of Trenton, Mich., was in second place and Bill Hill Jr. of Cullma, 'Ala., was in third. protected the margin. Wilt lhorn r St. Louis (126) G P Brldses 3 3-5 Guerin Hundscm Silas Wilkins Caldwcl! Hoover Lakers (133) F T _ _ . Bavlor 12 2-4 26 1 M 3 Goodrich 54-5 11 5-5 27 Imhoff 4-5 2 1-5 5 La RUSSO 11 6-8 26 10 7-7 27 West 13 10-10 36 11 9-1031 Barnes 0 0-1 1 o-o 2 Chambers 1 2-2 . 2 0 - 0 4 Clark 1 0-1 2 7 4-5 18 Hawkins 1 0-0 2 Chamberlain, who had 26 points, set an NBA record of 15 assists for a center. It was one of Russell's field goals that broke a 94- Thormoten 0 0 - 1 0 Hazard 2 1-3 5 Bowl Games MINERAL WATER At Excelsior springs. Mo. Adams St. 14, Springfield (Mo.) St. 8. Enfleld 6, Chesham 0. Exeier 1, Luton 1, tie. Folkestone 2, Swansea 2, tie. Gainsborough 0, Colchester 1. Glllin0ham 4, Tamworth 1. Grantham 2, Wimbledon 0. Halifax 2, Doncasler 2, tie. Hendon 1, Reading 3. Horsham 0, Swlndon 3. Levlon Orient 2, Lowesloft 1. Lincoln 3, Scunthoroe 4. Mansfield 4, Bangor 1. Newport 1, Brighton 2. Oldham 3, Notts County 1. Oxvord City 2, Bristol Rovers 2, tie. Peterborouoh 4, Hereford 1. Queen's Park Rangers 3, Poole 2. Rochdale 1, Barrow 3. South Shiedls 1, Worklnton 4. Shrewsbury 5, Hartlepools 2. Tranmere 1, Wigan Athletic 1* tie. V.'alsall 2, St. Neots 0. Watford 1, Soulhland D. Wealdstonc 0, Nuncaton 2. Wrexham 3, Chesterfield 2. Wvcombe Wanderers 1, Bedford 1, tic. Yeovil 1, Oxford United 3. York City 0, Morcambe 0, tie. the Seals had a two-man ad-j Lonzo Irvin expect to see considerable action in their final encounter. Martin won the WFL scoring title with 72 points on 13 touchdowns. Final scoring: nfa Maxner (Cyr, Odro IBS-Swarbrick 1C) Jurns (Odrowski, i -- McClosky (C) 7:: Dubuc (LA) . ..1RD PERIOD -- 5, Blades, LaBine Johnson, O'Ree) 3:49. A, Blades, Aeissner (O'Ree, Toppazzini) 6:30. 7, (lades, Toppazzini (O'Ree, Meissner) ] :41, B, California, Swarbrick (Burns) 6:42. Penalties-- Maxner (C) 3:36; LaBine . ...... ______ Morisiett ____________ ...... _ Cue Kings to Compete in Long Beach Jan. 6-27 SATURDAY jHoblerlta, 116, Rlsner 10 5-i 25.20. '· Clear-Fast Drivin Rebel, 120, Pullen 4 6-^44.50, 144--FIRST RACE. 40 yards. 3.vear-old$ Pittl Exotic, 120, W»lls ...5 7-' 34.601 and^up In Grade A Minus. Purse $1300. IBack Court, 120, Perner 7 8-^ 6.60 1 Horse, Wt., Jockey PP FIN Odds! Pink perfume, 117, Wright ..2 9-i 10.30 MISS Three Snlo, 119, Slroud 2 1-^ 11.20 Barred's Quest, 117, Wright 2 3-1 3 4 0 Beauty's Rocket, 120, Drever-1 2TM 5.40 Time--:18.1. TV/ i RelempQTo Negras, 119, PaoelO 3-n 2.60 Bar Tonda . ... 40.40 10.00 6.80' Mr,'Long Shot, 115, Yanez 6 4--* 2310 Topette . 3.20 2.BO nA .. , , ,, ,, . , Tear Drop Kid, 120, Pullen 1 5-^' S.90 Barred's Quest . 3.00 94 tie and put the KniCKS MISS Blobby Bar, 120, Smith 9 6-kt 2.30 SCRATCHED--Royal Randv, Miss Parr Barred None, 120, Adair 5 7-'i 900 Bar, Truly A Lady, Toy Spur Bendamir, 120, Kanls . .. 7 S-! 16.60 Muiuel Pool--$110,974. Cortiv's Chudel, 117, RInaldl 3 9--i 3500: 151--SIXTH RACE. 350 yards. 3-year- Gay Tinker, 116, p. Crosby .. 8 10 50.60 olds and up in Grade AAA Minus. Purie Time--:20.8. NW. jS2200. S2 MUTUALS PAID: 'Mayola's Pride, 130, H Crsby 9 l-r-» 3 4 0 ' ! Miss Three Snip _...524.40 ilO.OO $ 6.00 Lumplaw, 117, Strauss 10 2-TM 7.50' FIRST RACE--1,V miles- i Beauty's Rocket ..... 6.20 4.00. Barred's Quest, 117, Wripht .. 2 3-i 3.40 Know the Fact TlerneySIMO «BO S34ol Relamooro Negras 3.BO.Nuoits Texns. 119, Sfroud ....3 4-i 3.50, Fast Round, Jennings 360 300 SCRATCHED--Kamason, Alamltoa, Cln-'Kawi-ah Shue Ply, 1)8, Adair 6 S-« 35.601 Lemon Lady, Hawkcnson 550 dy's Man,_Mr. Easter Boy. !Hv Request, 123, Perner 1 6-" 7.30: Also: Tim im, G. Witinigar Wax, Daunt- Totals 4830-39126 Totals 5229-37133 St. Louis ________________ ..... 30 29 36 31-- 12$ Fouled out: Bridges. Team fouls: St. Louis 28, Lakers 23. Att.-- 5,238. Boy Meadows San Fran. G F Barry 15 7-8 iHetiel 1 2-4 iThurmnd 10 6-6 I Allies 5 3-3 jNeuman 5 6-8 King 10 4-4 Meschery 3 0-0 Mulllns 2 l-l T Chicago G F 37 Clemens 8 2-3 4 McLemore 6 2-3 26 Washngtn 6 0-0 13 Erlckson 2 2-2 16 Boozer 4 2-3 24 KoiiS 8 8-10 6 Muller 5 Rodoers Sloan Mutuel Pool--563,866 ·^7--SECOND RACE. 350 yards. 3-year- Tola! War, 120. Banks . Mister Modeck, 120, Smith . 7-! SECOND RACE--1,V miles: 500 300 Blue DestlnVr Porter 19.80 10.60 6.20; Cincinnati 6 8 0 3 6 0 Hushing K., Volike ..._ 5.80 3.60! Lucas 3 OO 1 Cousin Anne, Munsetl 4.00; Hairston Time--l:4i'i. Also-- Undo Sol, Yenluhc.i Dlerklng _ . - 14.40! less Livino, Going North, Scarlet Topi, . ... , . , -- -- , ..,, ,, .... 7 8-i 13.20;$Decs Wonder, Abbeys Miracle, Vicki Vic. olds and up m Grade A Plus. Purse S1500. Chaundeil, 116, P Crosby 4 9-1 15.20 Late scratch--Pride's Pride ipana's Request. 120, Rbnsn. 7 1-" 4.60 Mr. Borredcen, 120, Rohlnson 3 10 32.20 Pistachio Bar, 116, While 4 2-" 18.40- Time-- :1B flat. TW. Bad Dad, 120. Banks 8 3-r. i.io.Mayola's P-ide 8. Custus Sam, 120, Pullen 2 4-i 57,20 Lumpjaw _ Bar Caplain, 116, Risner ,, V 5-^ 12.90;flarredts Quest Hurry Home, 119, Stroud 3 «.M 3?.40j NO SCRATCHES. ..,,,,, - - ---,---z. -;--- ?-;· ·-,;, - '/.'ho Play, 120, Smith 1 7-i 3.201 Mutuel Pool--5115,012 oJ^L or ?. e ' Slr sloDh , c .'?, i J sl ?. w c ^ nrv 'i Robertson 1 Spotted Win, 117, Matsuda ...5 8-? 19.1o! 152--SEVENTH RACE. 3M yards. 2- E25 a n,.,h° 0f1 ' Suuer Wlnd ' Mr Drao '! Smith v.'inason, 119, Pane . 6 9-i 33.60'vear-old colts neldings. Purse S500. The Kovai uucn - iChai Bachp' n «"s Bait, 118, Adair 1 0 3 0 41.601 Los Ninos. Time-- :18.2. NW. 'Go Al Go, 118, Collins . . 4 1-f Ipana's Reauest 11.20 5.20 3.30 Trish's Moon, 120. Powell 5 ?·: Pistachio Bar ... . . . 12.20 4.60 Wlnkc-nsneed, 120, Perner 3 3--' Bad Dad . 2.40;Mr. Rocket Bar, 125, Dre/er 1 4-~i SCRATCHED--Palleo'* Cherry. Outsidc'Luna Rocket, 119, Page 6 $· bluff, Rockel Mist, Bar Door. Jet Straw, 117. V/rloht 2 6 Mutuel Pool--193,436. Time---18 flat TW. Daily Double, 2 7, Paid M15.BO. Go Al Go 3.60 2,80 146--THIR") RACE. 350 yards. l-vear-'Triih's Moon . . 8.60 old). Purse SUOO. Claimino price (5000 Winkcnsoeed .. . Roan Menace, 123, Smith 4 1-i 1.30 SC nfl ' rr HEn--Mi Pie Burnt Star, 130, Perner 3 2-1 1.70; Muiuel Pool--il04,914. Miss Tubac, 120, Pflttlo . ... 7 3-w 42.10 153--EIGHTH RACE. 350 Vflrds. 3-year- Joe Balsis, Jack Breit, Lu- .:::4a Ta 39 2a-i33| ther L aS siter and Cicero Mur- 'phy will be among some 50 to 60 world-renowned billiard players who will compete in Jjthe Long Beach International Open to be staged at the Lafayatte Hotel Jan. 6-27, Introduced earlier as the World Ail-Around Championship, the $21,000 professional tournament has been renamed in order to avoid conflict with other major tournaments and in keeping with The three-week t o u r n e y will be sanctioned by the Bilof America 6 1-2 A 4-4 7 4-4 Totals 51 29-34 131 Totals 52 25-31 129 ian Francisco 37 34 27 33--131 Chicago 32 42 22 33--129 Fouled oul: None. Total fouls: San Francisco 21, Chicago Att.--10,723. Robinson 3 5-6 80: --"" " -- *""" '""" ' ""* "'"" i Wesley 3 0-3 32.10 THIRD RACE--i mile: Love 3 2-3 23.90'Friendly Host, Pineda . 9.20 4.20 ,1.60-McGlockln 3 0-1 1 60 Recfwiiif. Cariolio 360 3 ;oi JVarc 2 2-3 20.40 Red Snorkle, ishlhara 11.00= Lewis 1 3-3 7.00 Time--1:39'i. Also -- Call To Glorv,i Lucky S., Sociclv Mil, Twvncth Tea, Totals 30 27-40 B7 2.40 Lighl Fingered, Doc's Slar, Apprehensive.;Cincinnati F T Boston 1-1 3 Howell 1-2 5 Nelson 6-6 12 Russell 2-5 4 Siegfried 3-3 15 K. Jones 2-f 6 Sanders 5-6 11 Havllcek 0-3 6 Embrv 8 flarnett 6 Watts 6 Kimball 5 liard --14-and-l (straight pool), 9- ball and one-pocket. Winning all three titles plus the all- around crown would be worth the biggest jackpot in billiards history--$7,000. Balsis, king of straight pool, won the two-week pro tournament held in Long Beach last February. He defeated Breit, 150-46, in a playoff. His run of 141 in one in- 2 6 1-1 2 o-o J,the international ,J1 Long Beach. theme o f j n i n g also was high for the jL.B. tourney. - , FOURTH RACE--4 furlonos: RicKevvllie, cabaliero Ahora, Mahorney Quick Load, Frev ongs: 7.60 4.40 5.80 Miss Jungle Bar, 117, Matsuda 8 . . Cindy's Reauest, 117, Strauss 2 5-' Why Bar Me, 114, Wright . . . 5 6-' Ivy Quen, 120, Kanls 6 7-i Penlta's Moon, 115, Cnnngin. 1 8 Time--:18.1. TV/. Roan Menaci 4.M Burnt Star _ Ml» Tubac .._ NO SCRATCHES. Mutuel Pool--5101.701. W-FOURTH RACE. 350 Varfli. ; olds and up In Grade AA Minus. Half Clown, 118, Colllni 4 !·'· Air Flo Angel, 120, Drover 10 M Music Note, 120, Powell B 3-1 Clahher'j Rocket, 119, P.ioc 6 4 - ' Rolivsr's Boy, 117, .Mrnuss 7 5.; / M f k ' s Nuo Bar, 119, Stroud 3 6 ' t.'.r. McBarr, 1?0, Banks 5 7--' PCnn Bar, 115, V/rloht 9 R-. GiJ Tidv Go, 120, K.in!s ? 9 · r»Mo Bar, 1?0, Smith I 10 *Tlmr-:18.1. TW. Hflll Clown . . i.W 4.00 Air Flo Angel , 4,40 Music Nolft SCRATCHED-Cup r*"Ck, Mine Big Rocker, Miss nrlfnst. Mutuel Pool--11 Time--1:17. Also--Joyful Return, Pound- Caen Cltv. . Riparian, Neverbln, Poland China, 7.0o i olds and uo. The Hard Twist. Purse SWOO. , 16.70'Tiny Watch. 127, Smith . . 9 1-n .90 2340 DuDlicate CODV, 127, KHnis 3 2-U 4.10 l B.60 d-R«ri1 Volley, 120, Drever 4 3-i 23.40I FIFTH RACE--Hi mllpt- 34.00 The Ole Man,!??. Perner.... « 4M 5l.50.silvcr_Flr, Carlollo - 22.80 nnd placed last. Time--:17.8. NW. ,e Tiny watch 3.80 3.00 Duplicate Copy 3.40 JTO'Tlio Ole Man 5.50J NO SCRATCHHS. 3.70, Mulucl Pool--i1??.076 7.S0 1 1H--NINTH RACE. 400 Mrds. 1-ye.lr- SEVENTH parc_l mil. 10.00'cld^ann no in Grad 8 AA Mlnui. Purse H ¥ pimlc, Valwwela . « 20 11.00 1 SIXTH RACE--IA miles: 2.« ; Cflranu, Hernandez 3.40 2.80 2.20 2.40,Smoky Host, Tanlouchi 4.60 2.80 S.20'Repiv Mall, Pineda ?.60 . Time--l;43Vi. Also--Poacher Pocket, The Another Color, Red Royal. Tolals M 30-34 118 . 16 IS 29 )6- 87 .-- is n K a--m Fouled out--None. Tolal Fouls--Cincinnati 28, Boston 30. Att.--12,674. Phlli]. Walker Jackson Ctimbrln Costcllo Jones F T 3-4 23 9-9 19 1-2 5 3-6 19 1-1 7 5-6 25 0 F T Detroit O 3 7-7 l3DcBushro 10 6 4-4 16 Scott 5 8 10-14 26 strawder 2 1 6-7 8Blng 8 3 0-0 fiArsdale 3 Cunnohm 14 14-14 3vMlles 10 Melchnnl 4 0 - 0 8 Hardlno 2 4-4 a Gambco 1 4-4 6 Reed 5 1-2 11 Goukas 0 0-0 OTrsvant 3 0 - 0 6 Grccr 3 3-4 9 Ttotals 4345-5415? Totals 4! 57-37 123 'hlladelphla _ 5A 38 37 40--131 ctrolt 29 M 31 30--123 Fouled out: DeBusschere and Strawder. , Total fouls: Philadelphia 26, Detroit 35 [ All--8,67fl. ! 10.60; **l.fiO'Oopn Door, 1?0, Drover 4 lR.?f) Rob Ch.iroo. 170, Perner ft 19 VJ Hiirdfvfl, l?0 R,inK-; 9 1.S.70 Wrinli! in G-vrt, 1U, Wrlohl 6 Qc Surf, ISO, Powell 3 !-· 1 JO-PI FT H RACE. 3JO v.irdi. I-vcar-.Ooen Door nldt. Allowance!. Purse $1100. Idob Clmroe H«r Tondfl, 117, Straus J . . A l--i ly.M Bnrdlva Topettft, m , W i i r 1 31 * .80 *"H!""CroVby , , 2.80 Loin's Comrl, ]?0. V.i 4.00 K.iwf.ih UenltO, 110, Collins J,40.Mkk'5 M/irk, 119. Mroud Ursl, Suioue R.ir, 117, White 10 9-'M3J6 Mackrtv B- Starr, 118, Rinnldl 1 10 ---Time-- : 70.6. NW. . .,, Twoaray,"jt'nnfnbs~~." ."..'"." 'I'M 1.tn'?fX,t!!!? 9 '·5°. Woxol, Dla? joo,?"" 1 -"?" 11 '·TM' lime-- !;37A, Also--Jel f'.ilrol, Clique, n n ° JTM Jell U., Klondike Prince, Booker T. nfvivl 5j'9d EIGHTH RACE--I, 1 , miles: Rcinilvcs jjjj Diamond Uu, Frev . . . 8.00 .1.10 .UOiAkl n 2/m A-Hlnck Pool, Plned.i 3.40 2.eOlnnrncll ? jo Quicken Tree. Cabaliero 6.00ljoh n ,on .n'w Time--l:42fs. Also--A-Ask Fatr,or, .SIr;R,|..oii w'iniBftlco, Bnl Rose, Jim's Purchase, Bias 2nd, Lusli Lllc, Pool lo Mnrkel. F T Baltimore t, 44 16Marln 3 10-12 16Warlov 5 6-13 16F.llis 3 0-1 ol.ouohrev 00 OCounts 2-2 2uonn 1-2 7Fcrrv 4-5 34Green Kohtwer F T 3-4 13 6-7 14 1-1 li 9-9 25 6-7 22 00 0 U, 10 00 4 rm Blobbv Ten, 120, Smith .,9 4-1 4.001 Alt.--14,177. .15.00 «00 1.40J NINTH RACE--IU milci: ' Totals 4S 35-47125 Total! 4132-40114 . 3.40 1.10 Sulle's Swlnoer. Tnlochl 7,20 4.60 3.40INIW York !7 14 JS 47--US M0ii:«dlc'] Allbhal, Valeniuola 13.80 ll.oo Bnltlmort 11 IT 31 21--114 SCRATCHED--Soda Bar niscull, Baldy Dr. C. C., Tohlll . . . 8,00 Fouled out: Green, Marln, Warnv, cti. Sltrr.i RIMS, Vatsr, nt-iis. un*--:.G5i. Aiu-RTM Hoi r-nun, LII. Tst=i ttais: Nsw Ysrk. ¥1, Bslilrnsrs Muiuel Pool-S99,lS4. Total-Jl,00!,689. lit Red Man, Cindy Babe, Divot, ffmrnv tt I Tom, Myitl Man, Cfndv rstlc Flash, Cursoa. Alt.: 7,334, ST13APPED PEOPLE Love the Service of Long Beach Auto Repair RING and VALVE OVERHAUL $ 95 OVERHAUL Automatic Transmission so LABOR $ MOST SIXES MOST EIGHTS Include! rings, snskoti, oil, labor. GA 4-0407 3525 Long Beach Blvd. MOST CARS FREE LOAN CARS Free Towing Budget Terms ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS Dally 8 to 7; Sun, 10-4 LONG BEACH AUTO REPAIR 'oriland Vancouver California tattle. T PtS. GF GA Saturday's Resulti California 5, Blades 3. Portland 6, San Diego 1. Vancouver 6, Victoria 4. Games Tonight Portland at Blades. Vancouver at Seattle. (Only games scheduled.) Uawndale (7-2-1) vs. Santa Clara (6-2) Burrouohs (Rldgecresl) at Oxnard (7-2-1 Hlgh; vs. Victor vallev (7-3) at Victor Valley. Nelf (8-2) vs. Hemet 17-2) at Hemet Htoh school; Rowland (5-5) vs. Coachella (7-2) at Indlo High School. Small Schools Needles (7-2-1) vs. Callpatrls (B-21 at Callpatrla Hloh School; Lutheran (7-1-1) vs. St. Genevleve (7-3). Site undeler- Falcons in Last Game at Brawley I The Long Beach Falcons | take their 9-2 season record | to Brawley today to close 1 out i their semi-pro football sched- right winger Ron Harris was » le j? a Police game with ,,,,,,,,.,,,, ,, ,,,,,· * 10.10 the Desert Rats at 2. With second place in ' the Western Football League for the second straight year in their possession, the Falcons' only losses were suffered at the hands of the league champs, the Orange County Rhinos. Former Long Beach college- gridders Willie Martin and vantage. i FIRST PERIOD --1, California, Kennedy (Manlha, Maxner) 2:57. 2, Calllor- " Maxner (Cyr, Odrowskl) 14.06. Penal- rick (C) 4:58; Kilpatrick Kennedy (C) 8:59; Young -- Swart LA) 7:34; LAJ 13:20. .. ornla, Cyr 6:54. 4, California, travel) 9:52. Penalties . - l ; Johnson (LA) 7:53; :39; Maxner (C) 12:05; AL Hockey EASTERN DIVISION I W L TPIS. GF GA; Hershtp 11 4 2 24 88 50 Baltimore - _ 10 5 1 21 58 47 65 61 82 Polnli Willie Martin, Falcons 7B Cleveland Jones, Rhinos -- 60 Dick Morris, Rhinos _ 50 Charlie Johnson, Sabres 44 Stan Reeder, Marauders 44 Sam Wicks, Rhinos 42 Jim Mlkell, Bulldogs ...36 Lonzo Irvin, Falcons _._. 30 Joe Plerson, Falcons ._ 30 Jim Kulcherouskv, Rhinos 28 Ron Schiauch, Marauders 23 Warren Jackson, Rhinos 24 Joe Chamberlain, Sabres 24 Gene Valencia. Falcons 19 Jim Culbert, Sabres _ 19 Quebec - 9 7 2 20 70 prinofleld 7 7 3 17 56 providence _ 2 12 4 8 47 WESTERN DIVISION W L TPts. GF GA Rochester 10 6 1 21 80 57 Pittsburgh . . . 9 6 3 21 63 Buffalo . _ 4 1 2 -4 12 61 Cleveland _ 5 8 2 12 59 Saturday's Results Cleveland 5, Springfield 5 (tie). Baltimore 9, Quebec 3. Hershey 2, Buffalo 2 (tie). Pittsburgh 6, Rochester 3. NHL Standings W Chicaoo _ 9 'oronto 6 Mew York '. .'.J~. 6 Saturday's Results New York 4, Chicago 1. Toronto 4, Boston 2. Montreal 3, Detroit 1. T Pts GF GA 2 20 57 37 7 19 44 Jl 5 17 52 48 1 15 32 40 3 15 50 53 2 10 47 63 Boys Ice Hockey Bay Harbor Rookies 16, Burbank 1. 6IRLESQUE ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY SAN GIE * CYNTH1ANA * STACY FARREIL PEELER PEACHES * NANCY WONG ;SOU?H40 BEER BAR 24019 SO. AVALON ,fti ·."('New' "senulwedal · 5-pass., 4-door Sports Sedan · 4-cylinder in-line all-aluminum engine with double overhead cams · 1 1 2 mph · 5-spood all-synchromosh gear box · 4-wheei Safety Disc Brakes Jim Gray Imports 3515 ATLANTIC

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