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·C-2--INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM IPM] Iwa »nc. ciiil.. (Atr... ton. , n» ' I.OKL SCIIRADER NLBOX SCORES Reds 19, Phils 17 Roxellc Can Sellle O.J.-Wilsou Dispute Pro football commissioner 1'ele Rozelle says he is going to stay out of the 0. J. Simpson-Buffalo Bills contract bargaining. But Pole \vou!d be doing a service lo professional football if he'd lock both parties in a hotel room until they can come up wilh a settlement. Bargaining conducted through the communications media always makes settlement more difficult. As of the moment, Chuck Barnes, representing Simpson, and Ralph C. Wilson Jr., owner of the Buffalo Bills, aren't talking to each other, but they're not reluctant to air their private positions to members of the press, radio and television . . . Wilson has insisted in face-to-facc talks wilh Barnes and Simpson that he must have a five-year agreement with a S2oO,000 price that "is almost as far as 1 can go." Yet in telephone conversations v,-ilh the conductor of this column and other press representatives, Wilson has admitted he would accept a three or four-year contract, "hut not at the $130,000 a year Barnes and Simpson are demanding." Wilson hints his next offer would call for $65,000 a year. Now why can't he tell that to Barnes and Simpson, providing they are willing to make some concessions? Barnes says thai "we would be delighted with a three-year deal" and adds that "I feel O.J. will compromise" on his position . . .Bowie Kuhii didn't sit around when major league baseball and the players were squabbling last February. It's time for Rozelle to move, loo. CUFF STUFF: Questionable grades discouraged UCLA from trying lo recruit Louisville prep basketball star Tom Paine. But I'aine made some demands t h a t were pretly frighlening, too. The 7-1, 200-pound center wanted a car, an apartment for his parents . . . you name it. Paine is going to Kentucky . . . The summer prep all- star football games are getting out of hand. Thirteen are scheduled in California t h i s summer . . . The Chicago Tribune called Stanford's Gene Washington "the besl receiver ever seen al an all-star camp." . . . USC's opening football game with Nebraska al Lincoln on Sept. 20 will be shown on closed-circuit television at the L.A. Sports Arena and the Shrine Auditorium. Admittance will be restricted lo USC alumni and students. Only way Troy could gel* NCAA clearance for the telecast . . . Trojan football season ticket sales are running ahead of 1968, a banner year . . . If Ram coach George Allen can't coax Bernie Casey out of retirement, his logical trading larget would be Bobby Mitchell of the Washington Redskins. Rams need a wide receiver and the Redskins need a running back . . . Bill I'eini, fop-flight butterfly swimmer out of Long Beach Poly and the Lakewood Aquatic Club, has signed a letter of intent lo altend the University of Washington . . . Thanks to Hal Compere for a progress report on former Long Beach Wilson prepster Bob Grich, selected to play in the Texas League All-Star game. Says Bobby Bragau, former major league manager and now president of the Texas League: "Grich is a kid who does it all. The only tiling he lacks is speed and lie's average fast. He reminds me of Dick Groat and Alvln Dark." When you're compared wilh Groat and Dark, you're doing well . . . A l s o playing in Ihe Texas League game was Steve Sogge, former USC baseball and football star . . . ...BATTING AROUND: UCLA will salute college fool- ball's first 100 years with a "Centennial Game" against Oregon Stale on Sepl. 13. Special activities are being planned in connection with the game . . . At last.report, the Rams had sold eight single-game tickets for their Sept. 6 game with Buffalo at the Coliseum . . . The Lakt- wood Falcons' soflball leam has been experimenting wilh aluminum bals . . . Wisconsin thinks it has a successor to Orange Jiilce Simpson. He's "Grape Juice" -- sophomore running back Greg Johnson . . . If you want to see some entertaining summer basketball, drop in al Warren High in Downey from 7 to 9 p.m. most nights. Among those performing there are two former Warren greats, Paul Ruffner, who led Brigham Young to the Western Athletic Conference title last year, and Steve Popovich, a sensational shooter who is going back to Wyoming. Another former Warren eager, Wayne Stewart, appeared with the New York Jets against Hie College All-Stars. Stewart, who played at Cal, caught an 11-yard touchdown when the Jets held an intra-squad game prior to meeling the All- Stars . . . Radio station KKI is' pushing a fund-raising drive to keep prep alhlelies going in Los Angeles. Sporls program was eliminated in (he budgel adopled by Ihe L.A. board of education. Contributions of a dollar, or more, should be sent to School Gift F u n d , Box 51, L.A., 90051 . . . Long Beach City College basketball prospects are looking up wilh the .summer performances of Tom · Motley and Chuck Terry. Motley had 45 points and Terry 35 when (hey played on opposing teams in a summer league at Cily. Terry also was Ihe top rcbounder . . . A news release from Ihe Forum says "(he Kings have taken on a collegiate look." Now, now . . . don't be nasty. The item concerns five players attending college (his summer -- Lowell IVJacDonald, Jimmy refers, Doug Robinson, Gary Croleau and Dale Hoganson. DAVID, THE FINANCIAL GOLIATH: Everybody al the Rams' camp was feeling a little sorry for former University of North Dakota Tackle David Lincc, who cjuil the Rams when it became apparent he was going to be cut. Lince had signed for a pretty good bonus with Philadelphia in Hie pre-merger days, Ihen was released and played in the Canadian League. lie had given football another big Iry with Hie Rams. Then Lince said: "Oh beck, I guess I'm okay. 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Pitcher Scott Marcliael, the beneficiary of Hamlin's hitting, restricted Norwalk to six hits while earning Hie victory. Tonight, Long Beach and Lakewood tangle for the tournament title. First game begins at 6:30. If Lakewood wins, the tournament is over. If Long Beach wins the first game, a second will have lo be played. Lew Beacft _ 041 7W X--7 II 0 abnev. Ccsla (41, R c d 3 « r s ( t ) or-l Brin^.tev. RosoJes (8); Marches! end Le Mesa Rips Salta Twice Salla Ponliac dropped four games off the California Collegiate Baseball League lead, dropping a doubleheadcr lo front running LH Mesa 7-1, 14-7 Sunday. Sllla - . . O M G C O l -- 1 « 1 Lo Mesa. ._..,, *10 200 X-- 7 » 1 Stnradcr, cli:!nv*oriK 131 end Piriano, Willed fln3 v/alnan. 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Long Beach Tips Lakewood Dc Anxa Wins m 9th lor Sectional, Title A ' jualics Crown; 1 T 1 T T O'«| 31 3 6 3 Tofsl 32 2 7 ? 0 z Boilon -- a i O 1 1 0 0 0 0 -- 3 T-- Oakland 0 0 o o » 0 0 « 2 -- 2 DP--Roilcn 1, CkJklcnd 2. LOB--Boston Pcfrtccl(J Cn |?3). s_-B -~P'- oncs - HR ~: WINS ROUND-ROBIN Lewis Croivned King of Karate si; s Joe Lewis won the grand national championship at the sixth Inlernatioial Karate Championship Sunday. . A crowd of 9,000 witnessed Lewis winning the heavyweight black belt title and then defeating Jim Bottoms and Sieve Sanders in a round-robin tournament for the grand national trophy. . Bottoms was middleweight black belt champ with Sanders taking the lightweight black belt title. Chuck Norris, 1907 and 1968 grand national champion ictired undefeated and was not present to defend liis crown this year. The grand national trophy for kala went to Louis Delgadj. Ed Parker's combined .GIT'S ---- ©~~] LBA.GTJE! Q { SOFT'S AlfljJ Kcnpo Karate Studios £11-% jiexccl the senior team"' championships while the*". U r q u i d c z Family named junior team chain--1 pion. £ * * 5r. men'i Ireejtyle: Blade bell: ItoM- weight -- Sieve Sanders, Kkhcrd Aorvi.* s so, Leroy Ru^- mlddfewelgM -- "j|nv Bstroms. Bob Wall. Pat Johnnn. hcivy--* w*:gM -- Joe Le-rYli, Wlille Noirft, · Sieve LoBounJf. Brown bell; llghlv,elc ! * ri«r!on, John NaNvca'ad, George V.cli- - I'ja. While beH: llphh'/elghl -- Luther"' JaiXson, f/lfce Jarbo, Manvtl Neman-" * dej, m ddlewerhl -- Bobby Thomos . Jcrc/ Melvln, Gory Rob In ton. heavy- -- v.-:gfit -- T e r r y Ellis, Mike Lfttls, 5r. rodY'S IretiNrt: ItghtweJohl --Sv- ' vcro salamcne, flan SrJiv/arfr._ %$.·/ · /Sr^'o^'ca^^HuT]*^ 01 ^ Rlb ? r !F'. ; Grarvi nallcnol (himp'on--Joe Uer^s , Grand National Chnrnplcn Katyrt^ ·: TT 1 Hawks But GAMES T O N I G H T AT Pork Aye. r;o. I 8:33. «2 Has- Ixtoi vs. LBPOA; I:«. Lakevrtpd .CY'5 vs u.-*n5\vnv No. ? - 7:10. Clrlv(-llo» Reds %s. Ivory: Oouglsi Btaiers vs. Beorhcomber BnllErs. A. Ham:Hon B3^l r.o. 1--7:30, Pacific Fitsr and Rope vs. N'in* OL-EStlc-is; E:*5, C6-AA Cf.urcii V E . Rcvmo.-.i Pile. No. ?-- 7:30, Djiwlal Cubs vs [DUC'OS Hjs- llers; S:45, C.irs'Edls vs. Peninsula Pullers Ho ^7-?, MAW Trailers vs. The Diily Sol Sos; 8:35, Joels vs. Tl.o'.Vsak Kniahl?. Ho. J-- 7::0, CruslKti vs. V.'i- nss; !:5, Verns Delivery vi. Red Mcun- la lErs. Al Pan American Uo. 1--7:30, Slcr Brci-.es vs. Syjeat 5w; E:4J, Jce Burners vi. 51S Aslroi. Ho. 2--7, 7/ascoll vs. DJCO All Stan; 8:10, Hollar Maa'frs vs. Linger 9:20, r-ly B* Ni9h:s vs. Sinclair Koc-Ers. Al Hcjql-ion--5:35, 7,'.cver Ti!e vs. Paris Service. Al El Dcrodo--7, Well vs. Ban* cl Colll; 8:li, BIS. AlhlEllc Club vj. CB All Blars; S:30, MOC -37 vs. Sensfce IMur- once. Koston Coach H u r l in Car Accident 0 A K L A N D (AIO -- Coacli Eddie Popowski of the Boston Red Sox ret u r n e d to Hoslon Sunday for treatment of injuries received in a seven-car highway accident near Ihe Oakland Coliseum Saturday night. Popowski, 55, received cuts and bruises on the head and possible internal injuries in the accident. Lakcwoorl Girls Hi" Track W i n n e r s The Lakewood Spartan girls track club scored an impressive win during (he Oxnard Invitational this weekend. The 12-13 girls won by 83 points ever t h e i r closest rival. Sandy Gnldsberry, Denise Sherill and Melody Lacy scored first place wins for Lakewood; WSC Crown By CHUCK MEDICK The Long Beach Nife- hawks, wilh a 28-li season mark, arc champions -of Ihe Western Softball Congress. But they d i d n ' t end season on u happy note as the Hawthorne Hustlqrs scored twice in the niitlh i n n i n g to win 5-4 Sunday Park Ave. Field. ' : Second-place Oxnard fell victim lo San Diego's Sub- Flot 1, dropping a doubleheader by identical 2-1 scores at PI. Loma and finished Hie season with 26 wins and J4 losses.- Bill Green led off the n i n l h with a double and came home on Don Sears' home i n n to give the Ihis- tiers the win and their best season ever CH-18). : Greg llalberg and Slicum AlcKiimiss of Lung Uench each gave np eight hits.in (he fvee-swinging a f f a i r The Hawks meet. O x n a an exhibition donblclicader ;ii Park Ave. Wednesday as each prepares to enter tournament play. ,,,.. Hawlherne _______ .7W 010 053-- i '-|' J I Nirchavvkt . 01] oo« COI-- 4 I I Hubert? and BlunlcnlrKjF; McKin-4iS and RcdirlQ'jei, S1ark (6). Ko.se Arrives in LA Lionel Rose arrived Sunday evening from Australia lo prepare for his fourth defense of the world bantamweight Iw.xing lilYc,. against Ruben Olivarcs ' of Jle.xico Cily. "' ; Cards Drop Ellis ST. LOUIS (AP) - - The St. Louis Cardinals Sunday sent pitcher Jim Ellis 4o their Tnisa farm club and called up relief pitcher Sal Campisi from Ihe Oilers. NEW BRAKES KAY SAVE YOUR LIFE! . . . IN 10MG ItACH · COWf* M4KES · CHUM T U I N I N G · WHFEl AUGNHCHT · MIAHCING CE 8-1658 4401 I. ANAHEIM (of XimtHo), IONG BEACH EAST LONG BEACH BRAKE SERVICE Jtr»kt HIRUJJKj j^i-r Slebtrl f,V,9.S) ....._ 8 1 - 3 6 . , ,, Lonboig .. ^ l-l i o o o Lvle . . . . . . . _ 1 - 3 0 0 0 0 %£!!'' "-·'·" - - - - 3 * 5 3 ? i« Long Beach climaxed un uphill battle to win the Pony Sectional Tournament at Whaley Park Sunday with 2-1 and 7-6 victories over Lakewood. Long Beach had losl an early tourney game and was forced lo climb fhrough the losers' bracket. Tuesday the victors begin Regional play in Covina against North Torrancc. All the runs in Hie opener came on home runs, Craig Hiererman and Bill Fraser cracked homers for t h e Long Beach team while Lakewood averted a shutout on Larry Sergio's fourth-inning blast. Lakewood came from a 0-3 deficit to tie matters, 66, in the Iwttom of (he seventh and force tiie contest into extra inning. liand Vanderhook slammed a two-run two-out homer to catch Long Beach. Long Beach finally pulled it out wilh two away in the ninlh as Steve Fenoglio singled home tlie doubling Dave Hostians wilh the decider. J-ono B e a c h ..,, IM c» I-- J 4 4 LaVewcod 0« I W « - I 4 o Lewlcfcl ana Cfwofnon; Cort and Von- dc'hock. Lwu Slich . .Oil CSJM1-7 11 9 Laktwood Kt'MKV--t I t 'Aolr, Duncan (8 Did Chaoman, Hos- lljns (4): McCra«, RMtn (3) and Slcln- fl (5J and VarxJerhock. Phillips Third Phillips GG Long Beach, after being crushed 10-1 came back to clip Corona Del Mar 5-2 for third place in the finals of the AAU water polo championships at I)E Anza junior college, Sunday. Do Anza ripped F'hillips in the morning game and overpowered El Segundo J5-G in the finals for Ihe championship. Pete Ascli of 7)c Anza was the high scorer for the three-day tournament with 20 goals. Teammate Steve Darnell, a goalie, was selected as outstanding player of the tournament. Hunler, L A--29.65S. Monterey Park Nips Mel Burns Mel Burns rallied for eight runs in (he fifth inning in Connie Mack regional play Sunday night but lost to Monterey Park 11-10. Monterey rocked five Mel Burns pitchers for 17 hits.' fn the opening game Corona beat San Pedro 4-2. AUnrerev Pork - .- wwitTercliiKfc, Murray [41, H\KJSOT 51, Schadtl (7), wee* (8) and Edwards; Bellnser, Gonzalez IS), Gormz (I) and Sancher. Sin PeoV* OJO OM -- 1 2 3 Corwiei ......~..-.".Oil Ml X- 4 t J Oavis ont) Morllncz; LuoincH an^ Pearson. Walker's Deluxe They make decisions rather than compromises. They choose the elegant 8 year old bourbon. $069 vJPIN PINT \VHI3KtY' IS P R O O f ' HIMM WAUErl I SUM »iC, FfOSn.

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