The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on March 14, 1965 · 55
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Bruins' Reed Tops dlefsen in Net Upset UCLA's Dave Reed pulled the;major upset of the Southern California Intercollegiate Tennis championships by ousting second - seeded Tom Edlefsen of USC, 6-3, 6-2, in fourth round matches Saturday. Reed will be joined in the semifinals by UCLA team mates Arthur Ashe and Dave Sanderlin and USC's Horst Rftter, all of whom had little trouble freezing through two rounds of action. MEN'! SINOLBI Third Round Armur A:ih (UCLA) daf. Jamil Cutltr (Cat State, L.B.I, 4-2, 6-1; Gary Johnion (Cat Stst, L A.) def. John Tldball (USC), 4-3, 4-4, 7-J; David Sanderlin (UCLA) dcf. Jot Huev (CSLA), 4-2, 4-2; Horil Rlrter (USC) del. John Yaomans iReaianai), 4-1, 4-4; Jerry Cromwell IUSC) def. Glno Tanasescu (UCLA), 4-0, 4-2; Ian Crookenden (UCLA) def. William Schotn (Redlands), 4-2, 7-J; David Reed (UCLA) def Eltv Brown (UCLA), 4-3, 4-1; Thomas Edlefsen (USC) def. John All-9ood (CSLB), 4-4, 4-2. Fourth Round Ashe def. Johnson, 4-3, 4-4; Sanderlin df. Rifter, 4-3, 4-3; Crookenden def. Cromwell, 4-3, 4-1; Reed del. Edlefsen, 4-3, 4-2. MIN'S DOUBLES Second Round Ashe-Crookenden def. LecK-Thomas (UC Santa Barbara), 4-0, 4-A; Acheton-Yeomens (Occidental) def. Carroll-Freeman (UCSB), 4-2, 4-, 4-2; Rltter Tldball def. Cutler-Morse (CSLB), 4-3, 4-2; Brown-Tanasescu def. Morris-Peacock (Redlands), 61, 1-4; Schoen-Yeo-mans def. Huev Johnson, 4-3, 4-3; Reed-Sanderlln def. Waters-Allen (Peoperdlne), 4-2, 4-3; Allgood-Oavls def. Grall-Stalllngs (Pepperdine), 4-3, 4-3; Cromwell-Edlefsen def. Hamllton-Rels (Redlands), 6-1, 4-2. Third Round Ashe-Crookenden def. Acheson-Yeomans, 4-3, 3-4, 4-1; Brown-Tanaieicu def. Ritter-Tldball, 4-4, 4-4,-Reed-Sanderlln def. Yeomans-Schoen, 4-4, 4-3, 4-3; Cromwell-Edlefsen def. Allaood-Davit, 4-2, 4-2. Shoemaker Upsets Karp, Gains Finals Jack Shoemaker blasted his, way into the men's singles finals of the West Hollywood tennis championship by upsetting top-seeded Tom Karp, 6-4, 6-4, at Plummer Park Saturday. Shoemaker will nicet Gil Rodriguez for the title today at noon. Rodriguez; defeated Dave Shihle.w 6-3. 6-1, in the r a i n - spattered semifinals. Result.--: WOMEN'S SINGLES (Semlfinals)-Pat ti Honan def. Sheryl Prulll, 6-2, 4-3,JOan Johnson def. Pat Cody, 4-2, 4-4. MEN'S SINGLES (Semifinals) Gil Rodriguez def. David Shibley, 4-3, 41; Jack Shoemaker def. Tom Karjl, 6-4, 4-4 MEN'S DOUBLES (Second round) Karo-Collttt def. Cheney-SMblev, 0-4, 4-4, 4-3; Meyerson-Meyerson "def. Zemansky-Blacke, 4-2, 6-0. (Third Round) Shoema-ker-Kauder daf. Park-TIMei, 4-3, 4-3. (Semifinal) Meverson-MeyefSon def. Shoe-maker-Kauder, 4-4, f-7, 4-3; Rodrlauez-Ohls df. Karp-Collett, 4-4, 6-2, SENIOR MEN'S SINOLHS (Third Round) Georae Meyerson def. Jerry Grantll, 6-0, 6-0, 6-0; James Lrt def. Will Duke, 2-6, 9-7, 6-3. (Semifinal) Meyerson def. Lee, 6-1, 6-3; Dr. Nat Goldstein def. Mevtrson, 4-1, 4-4. WOMEN'S DOUBLES (Second Round) Johnson-Shepherd def. Washinolon-Davis, 4-4, 3-6, 6-1; Pruitt-Pruitt def. Vukelkh-Erdhus, 6-3, 6-1. (Semifinal) Johnson-Shepherd def. Harrington-Joseph, 4-4, 7-i; Pruitt-Pruitt def. Hogan-Tracy, 4-4, 4-3. Today's Schedult a.m. Women's Singles, Pattl Hogan vs. Joan Johnson; 10:30 Senior Men's Singles, George Meyerson vs. Dr. Nat Goldstein; 12 noon Men's Singles Finals, Gil Rodriguez vs. Jack Shoemaker; 1:30 p.m. Women's Double, Joan Johnson-Jerl Shepherd vs. Cheryl and D'fibv Pruitt; 3 p.m. Men's Doubles, Meyerson-Meverson vv Rndriauez-Ohls. Bruins Outlast Game Dons Continued from First Page UCLA, 76-72, In last year's Western Regional, suffered a severe blow with 11:22 remaining. At thig juncture, 6-8 forward Erwin Mueller, a real workhorse, fouled out and the Dons had lost a valued rebounder and scorer. When the lumbering Mueller broke for the bucket, it was Katie bar the door. UCLA shot a blistering 50 from the field but the Dons were even better, hit ting at a 57 clip and 67 in the first half. Still, UCLA led at half-time, 51-46, although it had a 12-point advantage at one time in the first 20 minutes. Johnson was voted player of the tournament and you can't fault that choice. Goodrich, Erickson, USF's Joe El-lis and Oklahoma City's Gary Gray rounded out the all-star five. Dons Go Ahead Ellis, the stringbean 6-6 forward, had 16 points and was deadly from the corner as the Dons made a gallant second-half rush that fell short. Thev gained their first lead at 67-65 with. 13:37 left and then it was a real chess match until Goodrich gave UCLA a late cushion. Gail was silent from the field for almost 12 minutes until he hit a jumper with 4:49 to go to snap the 83-83 deadlock. He followed up with two free throws a few seconds later and USF nev er came any closer than four points to the lead the rest of the way. The Bruins' press was effective in that USF had 17 turnovers, although UCLA didn't capitalize on every opportunity. USF showed off a press nf its own and went all out with this strategy in the closing seconds. However, the Bruins kept their composure and protected their advantage. Coach John Wooden, whose Bruins have now won 56 of their last 58 games over a two-year span and boast a 26-2 record on the season, was naturally pleased over the hard-earned win. "We seem to handle adversity and play well whenever we get into trouble. USE is the strongest team physically we've met all year," he safd. Pair Praised Wooden couldn't say enough nice things about Goodrich and Erickson. hut felt the other Bruins were "somewhat spotty." Phygical is the word for the Dons. They roust you on boards (UCLA was out-rebounded, 46-38) and gain good court position. Goodrich had three stitches taken in his chin at half-time as a result of a collision with USF guard Russ Gurnina. Tough to Figure If you're a statistical bug, you might have trouble figuring out how USF lost. The Dons out-shot the Bruins, out-rebqunded them, while the teams were a standoff from the free-throw line. But, UCLA threw the hall up 82 time a to USF's 65 and managed to get four more field goals. As one Pacific Coast coach sagely observed: "It's a shame these two fine teams have to come along in the same era. because someone is going to get hurt." In this case it was USF. while the Bruins, who closed out the regular season as the second-ranked team in the nation, may get a chance at the kingpin. That's right. Mighty Michigan won the M id-Hast Re gional and will meet start ling Princeton in the other semifinal game Friday night In Portland. A Bruin-Wolverine showdown is a distinct possibility as Wichita is not gupposed to be as formidable at this time after losing All-America forward Dave Stallworth by graduation at mid-semester. But, Wooden isn't going to look ahead not in sudden-death play. In an almost unprecedented display of aerial gunnery, the free and easy Oklahoma City Chiefs upset BYU in the preliminary game, 112-102, the winners' points establish ing an NCAA tournament record. The previous high was 111 points by Loyola of Chicago in 1963. Gary Gray, a nonchalant sophomore, and junior Jerrv Wells, tossed in 32 and 31 points, respectively, from their guard positions. Most of the shots were from 20 feet out or farther. The "we came to shoot" Chiefs threw up the ball 84 times and caged 42 of the attempts for a blistering 50 on a night when defense took a holiday. UCLA FG-a FTa R F T Lacev 7-13 1-2 1 4 U Erickson 13-24 3- 4 11 4 Mclntoih 2-311 4 1 5 Goss 4-li 1-1 0 1 13 Goodrich 10-18 10-11 3 3 30 Lvnn 2-3 3-4 I 4 1 Washington 1-4 0-1 1 2 2 Team Rebounds Totals 41-12 H-24 31 It 101 Shooflnjj Field goals, J0', Free throws, 73. IMP FG-a FT-a R F Gumina 4-12 4- J 4 2 Mueller 4-4 4-3 4 Cage Playoffs JC STATI TOURNAMENT Riverside, 44; Fresno, 47 (overtime). Contra Costa, 3; Imperial Valley, 2. (thifd plaea). Santa Rosa, 43; Menlo, 53 (fifth place). NCAA RIOIONALS Far Wait UCLA, 101; USF, 3 (championship). Oklahoma City, 112; BYU, 102 (third place), East Princeton. 10; Providence, 4 (championship). N. Carolina St., 103; St. Joseph'l, 81 (third place). Mideast Michigan, J7; Vanderbilt, 15 (championship). Dayton, 75; DePaul, 49 (third place). Midwest Wichita, 34; Oklahoma St., 44 (champion ship). SMU, M; Houston, 17 (third placa). NIT Pint Round NYU, 71; Bradley, 70. Dtrolt, 93; LaSalle, 44. Army, 70; St. Louis, 44 W. Kentucky St., 57; Fordham, 33. NAIA TOURNAMENT Central St.. 35; Oklahoma Baptist, II (championship). Ouachita Baptist, 7li Fairmont, 71 (third place). Trojan Rugby Team Bombed by Bears BERKELEY (UPI) The University of California rugby team preserved its undefeated season record Saturday by downing USC, 30-0. Dan Sinclair scored 16 points In the Bears' eighth win of the season. NCAA CAGE Cortinued from First Page 1:30 left gave Michigan the lead for the last time at 81-80. 'Slow' Shockers Win MANHATTAN, Kan. Ut) The Wichita Shockers surprised Oklahoma State with their slowdown offensp Friday night to capture the NCAA Midwest regional basketball championship, 54-46. The Shockers climaxed a comeback season in which they lost All-America Dave Stallworth when his eligibility ran out and starting center Nate Bowman because of scholastic difficulties. PROVIDENCE PRINCETON G FT-A T G FT-A T Blair Walker Wesrhrook Benedict R iordan Lasher Ahtrn 0 0- 0 0 Bradley 14 13-13 41 1 11-13 27 Rodenbach 3 0-04 4 1- 5 13 Brown 4 7-2io Walters 4 1-29 Haerlow 14-44 Hummer 10-12 Roth Sarant'P'I'i 10-02 Klnqston Kocn Shank Niemann 4- 5 14 2 0-04 7 4- 5U 1 5- 5 13 10- 02 11- 33 10-02 10-02 2 0 0 4 Totals 23 19-27 49 Totals 41 27-J1 109 SCORE BY HALVES Providence J4 SJ Princafon 47 42-109 Total foul Providence 21, Princeton 20. Fouled oui-Blair, Walker. Attendance 12,453. MICHIGAN VANDERBILT G FT-A T 9 FT-A T Tregdning 5 1311 Gray Darsn 4 2- 4 14 Tavlnr Iurttln 11 4- 7 24 Lea utseil 9 1-10 24 Thomas omey ' 3 6- 2 Miller Myr 2 0- 0 4 Green Dili o w- i oioos Calvert I 3- 7 3 0-14 II a- 7 21 9 3- 3 21 I 1- 2 17 12-24 0 0-10 10-02 Totals 34 15-287 Total 33 15-71 S SCORE BY HALVES Michigan 3 4917 Vanderbilt 39 44- 15 Total fouls Michigan 17, VandarBllt 33. Fouled out Buntin, Thomai. Attendance-11, SO. WICHITA Smith Thompson Leach Pete OKLA. STATE Q FT-AT 0 FT-A T J 8- 9 12 Hamann 4 2 3- 3 7 Kino 2 5 1- 3 11 Jihhwn J 7 1 I 3 lha 1 4 7- 9 19 Hawk 2 MOulder Labrue 1- 1 2- 2 l 1 3- 4 3 f 1 2 0- 0 Total!. 17 20-25 54 Trttell 14 10 .3 44 SCORE BY HALVES Wichita 31 23-54 Oklahoma St a 3446 Total foul-WiChita. 13; Oklahoma St., 17. Fouled out Hasjmann. 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Johnson 15-20 7-10 21 Ellis 7-13 2- 4 11 Thomas 3-4 7-2 James 1-5 0-0 Blum 1-4 0-0 Esters 0-1 0-1 Team Rebounds 3 Totals 37-45 14-27 44 20 93 Shooting Field goals, 57"; Free throws, 70".. SCORE BY HALVES UCLA 51 50-101 USF 44 37- 93 Gail Unanimous All-AAWU Pick SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Gail Goodrich of UCLA was unanimously selected to the 1 065 All-AAWU team by conference coaches. It was the second consecutive year that Goodrich was named on all first ballots. The Bruin suard is the first player to be named unanimously two years run ning since the AAWU began operating as an eight team conference. FIRST TEAM Goodrich and Keith Erickson (UCLA), Jim Jarvls (Oregon State), Bob Bedell (Stanford), John Block (USC). SICOND TEAM Dan Wolthers (California), Kent Hinckley (Stanford), Freddie Goss (UCLA), Jim Barnett (Oregon), Ted Werner (Waihlna- ton State), Allen Young (USC). OKLAHOMA CITY BYU G FT-A T 6 FT-A T Hopkins 5 2- 3 12 Quinney 10 4- 4 24 iHimter i 1- 2 17 Kramer I Mil Ware 4 4-4 11 Falrchlld 4 1-12 14 Wllt 10 11-12 31 Gardner 5 4-7 14 Gray 12 4 32 Nemeika 4 2- 3 20 Casfleb'rry 1 0- 0 J Roberts 0 0-00 Congdon 10-12 Hill 2 0-04 Jlmas 10-02 TolaU 42 21-32 112 Totals 40 22-29 102 SCORE BY HALVES Oklahoma City 42 40-112 BYU 44 54102 Total fouls-Oklahoma City, 19i BYU, 21. Fouled out Congdon, War. Jalopy Racing Back Featuring a :ifl-lap main event, jalopy racing makes a return today at Ascot Park in Gardena. Action begins at 2 p.m. FSET PRINTING 60 100 COPIES 8V2k11-20 lb. Bond inel. TAX I DELIVERY (Chtk with Qtdtr) Additional capias nly 52t par 100 MIRACLE OFFSET 1560 N. Western L A. 27 Hollywood 5,1649 2 I IOS ANOILIS TIMIISUNDAY. MAI. 14, 194 J -SECTION 0 -F,VT IBM RECENT COLLEGE GRADUATES SCIENCE MATHEMATICS ENGINEERING Man Can't Get To Outer Space Without Computers Men alone can't handle the data fast enough. 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