The Press Democrat from Santa Rosa, California on March 15, 1961 · 23
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The Press Democrat from Santa Rosa, California · 23

Santa Rosa, California
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Wednesday, March 15, 1961
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I 2 FT7 Irojans On 'Big 5 SAN FRANCISCO UPI)-Twoiand McClintock mcmDers of the championship Southern California team head the official 1961 all Big Five basketball team." Joining Trojans John Rudomet-kin and Chris Appel and Bill Mc-Clintock of California, Bill Hanson of Washington and Gary Cunningham of UCLA. The team was selected by coaches and announced Tuesday by Tom Hamilton, executive director of the conference. He said that Rudometkin, Appel j 1 M m I UfritrPlay With 12-Foot Hoods -BERKELEY, Calif. ,(UPI)-Cal ifornia, which didn't exactly land an NCAA tournament berth, gets a chance to make some basketball history today anyway when the Bears varsity meets in an intrasquad game, with the hoops raised from the conventional 10 feet to 12. Coach Rene Herrcrias had his men drill Tuesday on shooting for the new elevation then announced that ' the seniors on the squad would tangle with the varsity 'Little' SR Cagelest On Tomorrow Night Game times for the "little" Santa Rosa invitaitonal basketball tournament, which opens tomorrow night, were announced this morning by the Rerreation and Park Department. Valley Furniture of Santa Rosa plays the Tomales All-Stars at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at Herbert Kluszewski Hits Well, But LH Loses . ,triT t i Hill Kigney ixs Angeies migfis took the day off from the Cactus League season today, planning a workout nearby, probably at Scottsdale. The club plays Cleveland's Indians at Tucson, Boston Friday at Scottsdale and the Chicago Cubs Saturday -and Sunday here before returning to the Palm Springs headquarters. Despite the fine batting of first baseman Ted Kluszewski, the Angels lost to the Cubs Tuesday at Mesa's Rendezvous' Park, 9-5. Kluszewski, formerly of the Chicago White Sox, Pittsburgh Pirates and Cincinnati Reds, hit a home run and a double in his five innings of play. The beefy infielder is now batting .545 and has two 375-foot home runs UHiis credit. Former Angel home run star (in the Pacific Coast League days)" Steve Bilko has his hands full in beating out the veteran "Klu." Former Los Angeles Dodger Don Zimmer took to Angel pitching with gusto,, hitting three times (two homers) in four trips. On the important pitching side of theJlfieJLledger, where the club is expected to have its most heaaacnes in u,e a...., Leacue. Bob Sprout and I-rcdi Newman didn't fare too badly or too well, although the spring sea son is still young and they have plenty ot lime io uew.op the regular games begin on; ... . .!..! t,..r....'u April 1 in Baltimore. Sprout started and gave up three hits and three earned runs in four innings. Newman, however, gave up seven hits fn just 2 1-3 innings. . Little Albie Pearson, taWwd the "Littlest Angel," flew over to Palm Springs Tucsday with no temperature and should be ready to return to action this weekend against the Cubs. Tearson didn't play Tuesday, but Rigney used 15 ballplayers, one less than the manager-happy Cubs, whose players don't seem to mind the idea of multiple bosses. Star Cub shortstop Ernie Banks and Zimmer both seem to like the Idea of several managers very much. O's Sign Prep 'For Modest Bonus' L0DI, Calif. (UPD-Dick Lind, 18-year-old right-hander who compiled a 22-3 record in high school, h-c clnnH uith thr r!:lltimniT inn t"(,i'i -... Orioles for "a modest bonus." The (h ioles said he is being hs-I aignod lo. their Stockton club In tin, Class C California League. I ftlCSA, Ariz., Vl II jvidiidfci-i ! st, Bonav'ture 86 Rhode Island 74 , , , , , . . i JWake Forest 97 St. John's 74 were unanimous and-McClintock- choices. Hanson were repeaters from last year's all-star team. The second team consisted of John Windsor of Stanford, Earl Schultz of California, John Ber-berich of UCLA, John Green of UCLA, and Clint Names of Washington. ' - Honorable mention Included Bob Bowling and John Hendry of Stanford, Ron Lawson of UCLA, Ken Stanley of USC. and Ed Correll of Washington. juniors and sophomores. The game is a brainchild of Pete Newell, former Bear mentor and now the school's athletic di rector, who recently said that the 12-foot hoop might keep the game from becoming dominated by big ger, players. , v "It will be a lot different with the baskets two feet higher," Her- rerias added. "The jump shooters will have to send the ball in at an arc now. And the smaller man may have a better chance to show what he can do." Slater Junior High School. On Friday, the Valley Furniture - Tomales winner plays Stoney's Drive Inn at 7:30 p.m. In a 9 p.m. Friday game, Anton's Propane of Ilopland face the B League All-Stars. The tournament will wind up Saturday with three games. Cage Scores COLLEGE BASKETBALL RESULTS By United Pren international NCAA Eastern Tournamanl At Ntw York r rwceion e tpo. wasni Princfton 84 Geo. Washington 47 NAIA Tournamant At Kansas City, Mo. W'mlnster Pa. 68 Arkansas St. 60 Northern Mich. 69 C -Newman 60 Missouri Valley 8? Maryland St. 74 E. Tex. Bapt. 70 Steubenville 68 Central Okla. SO St. Norbert 73 NCAA Mideast Tournament At Louisville, Ky. Louisville 76, Ohio U. 70 College Sports Roundup FRESNO (UPD Fresno State's baseball team, always one of the nation's best, won its eighth and ninth games in a row Tuesday by defeating Sacramento Stale, 8-5 and 3-0. Gene Greages pitched the shutout in the second contest.' BERKELEY (UPD - California's baseball team downed University of Pacific, 4 2, Tuesday in a rain-shortened game. Kevin Scarpelli's triple in the fourth sparked the two-run go-ahead rally. The game was called after seven innings because of the weather. - 1 STOCKTON (Uri) - Sacramento State's tennis team blanked University of Pacific, 4-0, Tuesday as Roger Cooper of the Hornets LUUe in the top signes, 6-0, 61. STOCKTON, (UPD University of Pacific outswam the tal Tucsday as frcsh. np1 Kin 0nov a San Leandro broke a school rec ord when he clocked 2:12 in the 200-yard butterfly. STANFORD (UPD-Arnold F. (Jack) Cross, a star back at Utah under Jack Curtice, Tucsday was named to join Curtice's staff at Stanford University. . i U Ims Altos High School for the past two years. Bonnie Coach Named to Head East Quintet KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPD -St. Bonaventure basketball coach Eddie, Donovan was named today to coach the East squad in the 10th annual Shrine East West game here March 28. The selection was announced by William C. Stock, game director for the sxmsring Ararat Temple. Stock said the West coach would be named later. The East -West Shrine Game brings together the nntinn's top senior collegiate basketball players. Cross has been assistant coachia,ys nave sprung up mm im-inouse nas r,.u. ..... Retlmen Bow In Tourney United Press International The 1961 NCAA tournament Is just one day old but alreadv Wake Forest has served notice to powerhouses Ohio State and Cin cinnati mat upsets may be in store for them. Not only did Wake Forest stun eighth-ranketi St. John's Tuesday night but third-ranked St. Bonaventure, Louisville and Morehead State had hard times in the open- mg-night tourney action. Nevertheless, they advanced into the second round of the NCAA tourney where even tougher obstacles lie ahead. -Wake Forest, unexpected entry from the Atlantic Coast Conference, rallied from a 10-point first-half deficit to thrash the Redmen, 97-74. St. Bonaventure, getting a combined effort of 63 points from All-America Tom Stith and sophomore Fred Crawford, also came from behind in the second half to down Rhode Lsland, 86-76.' Princeton Wins In the other Eastern regional contest as part of the Madison Square Garden tripleheader, Pete Campbell's 27 points led Princeton to an 84-67 victory over George Washington. Louisville got a 17-point perfor mance from John Turner in the second half to pull out a 76-70 triumph over stubl)orn Ohio Uni-versary while big Ed Noe and little Granny Williams a c e d Morehead State over Xavier of Ohio, 71-66, in the Mideast regional action at Louisville, Ky. For Friday night's Eastern regional at Charlotte, N.C.rt that leaves Wake Forest taking on the Bonnies and Princeton meeting St. Joseh's (Pa.), which drew a bye into the second round. Unbeaten , Ohio Slate (24 0) waits to meet Louisville and Kentucky (18-8) clashes with More-head Stale . in Saturday's second little Granny Williams paced als at Louisville. The Buckeyes, Big Ten titjists and the nation's top-ranked team, and A d o 1 p h Rupp's Wildcats, Southeastern Conference 'representative, drew first-round byes. The Midwest and the Far West regional get underway tonight with Houston (16-9) tangling with Marquette (16-10), Arizona State (21-5) playing Seattle (18-7) and Southern California (20-6), ranked No. 5, playing Oregon (15-11). Chappell Stars Len Chappell scored 31 points and pulled down 20 rebounds in leading the Wake Forest attack. Alley Hart tossed in 28 points and Dave Wiedeman added 22 for the Demon Deacons from Winston Sa lem, N.C. Led by Tony Jackson's!. 17 points, the Redmen took a 46-36 advantage at halftime but the Johnnies couldn't cope with the Deacons' strong shooting and rebounding in the second half. Crawford tossed in 34 points and Stith 29 for the Bonnies, who were down, 43-38, at halftime. But Whitey Martin, who finished with 17 points, and Bob McCully's rebounding helped Stith ndj ntnt(itA in fwmronmo till T?m Princpton. desoite - the loss oli its captain, Don Swan, who was injured early to the game, rolled over George Washington, which got only 11 points from its ace, Jon Fekiman. The 6-8 Noe and the 5-11 Williams scored 21 apiece in pacing Morehead State's Eagles over Xavier. Louisville, with Turner winding up with. 24 points, knocked off Ohio University, a team they whipped by 33 points jiLst a month ago. Keg Boom Presents Problems United Press International The bowling boom made a bigger noise around here than the population explosion. As a result of the sport's mushrooming popularity, more bowling n , . .1 . i are bowlers to liu uiem. nil it I henry uruiiani, presiaeni 01 me Oklahoma City Bowling Propne-.hower to his lormer tive-siar gen-tors Association, said that freeieral rank. . lessons and other gimmicks arej Democrats and Repulilicans being used to increase bowling praised Eisenhower for en hour crowds. . ' Tuesday, and then itcame time The association estimates that to vote, one lane for every 1,000 persons j Everybody figured it was just is " Uie proper ratio. This city's a formality, but when it came population is less than 400,000 and turn for the congressman from at Uie last count, there were 476 lanes here and about 30,000, bowl-; ers registered. "In the forthcoming year we must produce new bowlers," Bril - liant said. "Every establishment Is offering free bowling lessons every morning and afternoon. There's one member here that is giving the White House for the signature bowling instructions on Wedne.s-of President Kennedy, who had day nights for (he worker who! requested it. It had already been can't make it during the day." Inassed by the Scnalp. TODAY'S SPORTS PARADE People Are By OSCAR FRALEV HOLLYWOOD, Fla. Uri - Pt'o - nia r. rmin . tUa An. ,;tu vengeance in Florida this season. To the greyhounds, that is. For!an conflict attendance at Hollywood s recent meeting was up 40 per cent over a year ago and the pooch pur - suers were wagering almost 50 per cent more money than in I960. But it hasn't been big enough to lure "Red Board Charley" profit. Like the night an inexperi- and then pursued br'er rabbit in back from the Army. jenced pup slipped on the first! the wrong direction. It was, the Shortly after World War II, Hoi-: turn, rolled over and came up track owners shudder, quite a col-lywood chartman Bert Berry running back down the stretch lision when the two dogs pursuing started making program selec- tions under the nom de plume of; "Red Board Charley." There wasiLshed to see the electric bunny just one difficulty. "Red Board cnariey couian t picK a grape - fruit out of a bin of tangerines, W'i '7 A I f I i it "& 'V v I I I Hn for " wi. ' W ?":- Cl t 1 H . S"1 ti&Trwp&x?&f e--l ; ' '- t, THE 'SQUEEZE' ACT IS ON Walt Dukes (32), George Lee Control Nationals In 115-107 Win Oyer Warriors By United Press International .iu wilt f-t.imhor.iain the leading scorer and rebounded in the National Basketball Asso - elation, the Philadelphia Warriors might not get past Syracuse in .. r- . r 1 Uie IUst Series OI Uie KdgUe"J uicsic .ui . pu.u.,. post-season playoffs. The Nationals defeated Phila- jueipma uiewwy mj;m. " 'the Warriors' home court. Los Angeles had no trouble with De- II 1 m I -IUi. 11S1A" nl vm at (he Angefeuse Sports Arena in the Western Di- vision playoffs. Chamberlain scored 46 points for Philadelphia, but it wasn't enough to offset the Nats all-Irrv Costello with 28, Hal Greer with 25 endlMost Valuable Player of thejbantamweight boxers, dignified four others in double figures. jBoonville basketball team at thejreligious services and rollicking A crowd of 4.391 fans watched: f . TI..1I I. ..J as 7-IOOI-3 sweue iiaimwK vmcu 15 noints. crabbed 15 rebounds mid Hid a Pood iob on Wilt, hold ing him to three points in the first period. The Lakers, led- by Elgin Bay- i 1 Inr with 40 DO ntS. 1 relXHUKlS r ' and nine assists, gave indications i.,u,8 x of taking three straight from De-'awards were Ned Cook, Bill troit jStandridge, Gary Beam , Russ Coach Fred Schaus' young club! Norton, Dick Prallicr, Jim jumped to an 18-10 lead" and never ilett, and Ronnie Vaughn. it it PP.! close after the Pistons! The All-Opposition teams &e - House OK's 5-Star Rank for Ike WASHINGTON (UPD T h e 'it i - n.t nnn riic. jsenung vote a diu 10 .. - i LMI 1. un....t.(A mer rresKiem tjv.inin. j.'. Little Roi'k to vote, he voted "no" loud and clear. j Rep. Dale Alford, D-Ark., re- fused to pay tribute t othe former 1 president because Eisenhower Lsent troops to Little Rock in the 1957 integration crisis, the issue which put Alford in Congress. The House vote sent the bill to ,As his list of losers mounted toJng over again, the scared pup,lure industry is in the hands of !stWing proportions, it was an .mouncea mat nea Boara uiar- jley" had joined the Army to par ticipate patriotically in the Kore- It was the least he could do,! says septuagenarian Berry. "Aft - ;er all, I was too old." As could be expected, things oc casionally go wrong even wbeniother six dogs in the field turn- you're going to the dogs with a, the wrong way. At the head of, the stretch, the pup was aston- ( bearing down on him, its electric motor whirring like a take-off at j Cape Canaveral. Falling and roll-jand UP! HacsimitB ihad brought it to within six at ' intermission. i t.... t n..j.. t V ftUU " , ... .'. .,,; t! aw. in mc piiukliiij; usrai micni ; vnose lenaius osieiiLauuusiy wjth 21 point, and jy Felix took'up the lawrli unthinkingly lose 'down 21 rebounds, Detroit was led . haw flnnn CVinn .i.itli Ofl nnmfc i 1 A crowd of 3,549 watched the!1" - contest. j changes. Tis Anrlp! mfxfs the Pislnnsl Nicholas Isn't In charge of a j again to n i g h t at the Sports j Arena and Philadelphia plays Syracuse Thursday night at Syra - . Boonville Cagers Name Top Players ANDERSON VALLEY Junior'dinm was home to gigantic pro-Arnold Slotte, was named as the fessional football players and tiny annual basketball awards banquet iwpntlv. j Also receiving awards from varsity coach Loy Lovitt were John Slotte, as the outstanding foul shooter and field goal marks- man, and Bill Wilson, as the most ini.ninitnJ nlmtAM rf iVm f4M-f "HI" uv cu imjn i " ru i.. til.1,1 lected were: Uklah, Burton, Willits, J. Francl, Point Arena, and 6. Bowman, Laytonville; Sec - First team Francis, Monloomarv, Tollinl, ond team; Altord, Point Arena, tnaoman la, Point Arena and Carlwrinh . Thlrrt team- S Fmnci. Poir 1 a nnvi r. Thomas. Momaomer McGaHrev, oevserviiie, and Lvditk, Men.,"""!''--" - n'Rrvnr. unner LaKe. NPison, Lavionvnie, i i UnnA. kI-iIa Mnn1mn M flf. I lnnf j CoJmi: wow;' j ;3 KnidnrHooiind. . uiiiiijuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiijiiiTniuiiiiiiiifiiiiiUfuuiiiiiiniminianir IMml 605 Mendocino Avenue Santa Rosa Barbecued Spareribs - Fried Prawns Enjoy Delicious Chinese Food Serving Lunch and Dinner Also Orders Taken for Food to Jake Home or Be Delivered Banquets or Parties Arranged in Advance Just Dial I I .-.9f7S Open Daily Noon to 9 p.m. Closed Mondays Going to Dogs turned tail a second time and, raced down the home stretch across the finish line. wan urn raoou. cna.sine mm Occasionally, a Jeal live rabbitJayJiewJforkiurrier. She does! invades the premises and then the jfur really flies. Such, as the in stance when a live bunny slipped onto the track after the two lead ing dogs had flashed past. The bled over him in a rolling heap the mechanical rabbit came head- on into the six chasing the live bunny. The rabbit is, of course, an essential bit of the business at hand at Hollywood the mechanical Baseball Results Bv United Prate Intamatlnnal Sarasota, Fla, Minnesota A 010 . 300 Ono-J I 1 Chicago A 001 0OI 003-5 I 1 Bruckbauer, McAvov 4. Constable 7. Kaiier 9 and Henry. Lown, urapeno a, sialey 7, Horten 1 and Koseii. wmner-norien. Loser-Kaner. j Pom pa no Beach, Fla. Kan. City A 001 000 OOO-J t 1 Wash. A 000 100 000-1 5 3 Archer, Mall 4, Hartman 7 and Sullivan. Gabler, Burnside 3, Hernandez e and Da-lay. Winner-Archer. Loser-Oabler. Lakeland, Fla. Cincinnati N 003 CO! 101-7 10 J Detroit A 210 000 001-4 7 5 Briqqs, Stenhousa 4, Nunn 7 and Bevan, Zimmerman 7 Gallaqher, Fischer 4. Fox 7 and Roarke. HR Chacon, Bell, Coleman, Robinson. Win-ner-Stenhos. Loser-Fischer. Clearwater, Fla. St. Louis N 3?0 000 O02-7 11 1 Phila. N 200 101 211-8 13 2 Gibson, McDermott 4, Cicotta 7, Tiefen Atiet 9 and Oliver. Mahaffey, Farrell 4, Short 7 and Cole man. Winner-Short. Loser-Cicotle. HR-Taus-sig, Call'son. Rralntnn. Fiji. Chi. "B" A 001 002 000-3 e 2 Milw. "B" 100 004 10x- 9 1 Barnes, Peter and Napier. Buhl, Butler and Azcue. Winner-Buhl. Loser-Petera. Mesa, Aril. Los Anq. A 000 050 000-5 ( 1 Chicaoo N 212 020 llx-9 13 0 inroit. Newman 5, Moraan 7 and Rod qers. Hobbie, Carlander 5 and Bertell. Winner Hobbie. Loser Newman. HR Zimmer 2, Kluszewski. Scottsdale, Fla. San Fran. N 200 050 100 5 1 Boston A 012 020 O01- 7 1 Lhrm Jones. Maranda 4, Daviault . Bolin 9 and Orsino, Haller a. Muffetl, Brewer 4, Wood 7, and Rijcon, Gile 6. Winner-Wood. Loser-Daviault. HR-Mayes, Jensen, Farley. St. Petersburg, Fla. ...... Milwau. N 000 002 002-4 t 1 New York A 000 010 000-1 t 1 Nottebart, Wllley 5, Piche t and Lau. Sheldon, Wieand 4, Bronstad 7, and Berra, Howard, Howard 7. Winner-Wllley. Loser-Wieand. i ik AnnrlM 400 000 003 13 1 Pittsburgh 002 001 000-3 5 Newcomoe, L. snerry 4, ferranosm ana i.j nat nnal tninmjim(mti lerry. Mirell, Haddlx 4, Shantj 7 andi'eaa Ul HdUOlldi WW iwinrailA, Sherry Burqess. Winner-Newcombe. Loser-Mizell. HRS-Howard, Burgess Coliseum Landlord Has Biq Job LOS ANGELES (UPD - The troubles that beset most landlords r-on't homn in mmnare with tne , . W v-L, i i . . . t i.t.--..t.. j;,f tn,.tnra1 madhouse.-though sometimes it 'piy must seem that way. He is j raJ manager 0f the huge Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. His occupants include almost everything and everyone. Last year, for instance, the 101,573 seat sta- western rodeos. Problems Expanded Nicholas has nin the Coliseum since 1946, but it is only recently that he has begun to feel like an apartment house manager cram-mine people in. Before 1958 he . .r ' y had t0 worry about getUng LoS Angeles Rams, UCLA and Southern California during the Trip-ifootbali season anj a few other events during the spring and sum- mer. Then came the Dodgers. Walter O'Malley decided his team would , , ommrir rcsirlnnce in take lip temporary residence in eVv?stDe":!the stadium. So the Coliseum got Smt Ari!na'77 more playing dates and a much in fAni k rrti intt f t a i .screen, noi 10 nienum iuu, i. t . . t . I,,,,! vml r 'a,ul a LMi;,VMUi'- KITCHEN Press Dmocrot, Santa Rosa, Eddie Webb and his wife. SoDhi Mrs. Webb, creates the fuzzy! m rat inn rannite tnr jarh nna usine three rahhit r1f. ...nnli:1? 8taSes of 0,8 race- But " r i the job up real fancy with a zipper in cottontail's tummy for secure fitting on a wire frame, Eddie controls the bunny on its ride around the rails from a control tower atop the grandstands, using an ancient rheostat which looks like it might have come off an old Broadway trolley car. "The rabbit can travel up to about 80 miles an hour," he says, hoping that the dogs don't hear him and understand the futility of the whole business of chasing it. "Of course, it isn't necessary to run the rabbit that fast." "As close as we can figure it," St. Louis Keg Team to Open DETROIT (UPD - The St. j Bridges, also of Springfield, post-Louis Budweisers, boasting such ed a 1277 series. stars as Don Carter, Dick Weber, Bill Lillard and Ray Bluth, appear in their first Classic appear ance at the American Bowling Congress tournament here tonight. If the St. Louisiana' maintain take the doubles lead in the n-their 1008 average compiled in six tional Elks tournament at Ro- previous ABC tournament appearances, the club should have no i. 1. 1 4. ?? . il. rXl ' i I irouoie in laning uie vahssk learn lead. Present Classic leader is the I5804 rolled by Onyx Trophies of New York. Two Classic teams bowled Tuesday night with the Great Lakes Club of Detroit hitting 2968 andl tne ivory s, also ot Detroit, roll- o-cr rpL. ui ioj. liic 3uo ia uic ucai start by any Classic club to date. Two members of the Great Lakes team were over 600 Capt. Lou Sielaff hitting 628 and Burt Price 609. In minor events activity Ed ward Page, a 35-year-old insurance salesman from Springfield, : hi a.- t .!.. yj when he and his partner, Ervin; NEW... FROM OF CALIFORNIA Matim fed fr; if Hie MfH Light ?oK With the Light Touch Just in for Spring . . . Martin's elegant "Roma jacket! Its rugged Continental styling and luxury .finished sueded knit gives this handsome creation a look that's sure to he admired, a cinch to be imitated! Great foj leisure, sports or school. At Kecgan Bros, in Blue, Gold, Silver. Sizes 3S-46. S25 Fourth cV B, Santa Rosa Calif., Wed., Mar. 15, 19612 he adds, "a greyhound travels close to 55 miles an hour com ing out of the box and in the ear- sjowdown near the end, generally averaging about 38 miles aa hour or slightly better for a race of five-sixteenths of a mile." When the dogs slow down, Webb eases up on his rheostat so as to keep the rabbit about 15 feel in front of the leading dog. That'l just close enough to keep him interested. Sure, once in a while the dog does catch the fake bunny. Likt in the 1948 Hollywood Derby, biggest race of the year. "The rheostat stuck," Eddit grunted. And his face was ai cerise as "Red Board Charley'" ever was. Page and Bridges ousted Ken Fortman and Danny Meyers of Ottawa, Ohio, from the doubles lead. Page teamed with Charles Moore of Springfield last week to Chester, N.Y. Horace Walker of Ardmore, Pa., took over the Classic singles lead with - m, hpiiprinl i. rome (Whitey) Harris of St. Louii who had posted a 652. Sports Guide prep baseball THURSDAY Laytonville at Fort Braoa, m. PREP SWIMMING THURSDAY Vallejo at Lodi, 3:30 p. m.l Lowell at Petaluma, 3:30 p.m. PREP GOLF THURSDAY Analy at Healdsburq, 1:39 tZ'uJSlTr: CITY LEAGUE BASKETBALL (C League) THURSDAY Team No. i vi. Jewel Box, 7 p. m., Marines vs. Junior Chamber, I p. m.; National Guard vs. the Press Dem ocrat, to. m. Games at Herbert Slater Junior Hioh School. (B Leaauel WE DNE5D AY Atkinson Co. VS. Team "o - ' P- m Arlington harms vs. nuor producfs ig p m . Kushi., Jnc . v, . Valle vspar Games at Santa Rosa Junior High School. - -nil itl vll Open Thurs. Nights 7 to 9

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