The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on March 13, 1957 · 34
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The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California · 34

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Wednesday, March 13, 1957
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10 Sec. II tr.Jtf.iixamtiirr SCOUTING REPORT Dons May Set MCAA By BOB BRACHMAN '- Idaho State isn't to be taken liehtlv. But if the nationa . V 1 hIah T Tfn T - 1 the game they produced when they beat St. Mary's for the s CBA title, they should establish a new record run of 10 straight NCAA triumphs in yams, Friday. That was the feeling both ana assistant Ross Giudice held yesterday when they returned trom Pocatello, Ida., where, on Monday, they saw the Dons' first tourney foe beat Hardin- - Simmons, 68-57. Woolpert was to have scouted the Rocky Mountain Confer ' ence champs while Giudice . took the Border Conference ". Cowboys. SWITCH JOBS. . But the gold tinged num , bers on the backs of the Poca tello Bengals were so difficult . lor the near-sighted Woolpert to read that the scouting-assignments were switched. However, both were strongly impressed with Idaho State's size, the left-handed jump shooting of of f olward Gail Sie men and the board crowding tactics of 6-8, 235 pound Jack Allain, the former San Mateo Jayceer from Daly City. - With Allain, at 6-8, Ron Adelhardt, 6-7 and 210, Jerry Hicks, 6-4, Sieman, 6-4, and Skip Easterbrooks, 6-2, the Bengals under coaching of John G r a y s o n, have good height. "Well have to be hitting on , the boards," asserted Wool-pert, although he and Giudice agreed that the Idaho Staters don't have the bouncing abil ity of Mike Farmer. Art Day. Gene Brown and Mike Prea seau. DON'S STRONGER. The Don personnel is somewhat stronger, they likewise agreed. It might not have been had not three Idaho State regulars Jim R o d g e r s, Roy Christian and Llovd Harris been lost through ineligibility. Even so, Woolpert, when he called his Dons back for prac tice last night, warned them that Idaho State, as presently constructed, would "do very well in the CBA." "It'll be a tough ball game. We can't let up on them. We'll have to be sharp. We can't take 'em for granted," Woolpert rattled off. SIEMEN STANDS OUT. The individuals who im pressed Giudice most were Siemen and Hicks. "Siemen is good. In fact, he's uncanny," reported Ross. "Hicks is a darn good shot and the man who, more or less, runs the team. He has real poise and can drive either way."- Pinned down, neither Wool pert nor Giudice would rate Idaho State quite in a class with St. Mary's or California. Thev were also convinced that Allain, big as he is, "won't push Farmer around, as Giu dice put it. . "But Allain takes up a lot BT ten-og cuti and B rLB. OIL for the Hairl TJilO"fVl afl-DurDOi m tondiiiowr. B B (with lanolin) 1 H I for greominj fl that i pooa a or yauf hair. Jm cccc w.d, m.-. is, 1957 Record a 1 . t - 1 - a - the Western Regionals at Cor Head Coach Phil Woolpert Cd's Friend on PCC Coaches' All Sfar Five A new laurel was added to Larry Friend's lengthening lift when the University of California cage captain was named to the all-Pacific Coast Conference team by PCC coaches. Other members of the unit are Dave Gambee, of Oregon State; Doug Smart, Washington; Larry Beck, WSC, and Danny Rogers, use. Smart, the top rebounder and floor shooter in the conference, was the only unanimous choice while Beck was the only repeater from last year's team- The second unit: Stanford's Bill Bond, California's Earl Robinson, Oregon's Charlie Franklin, UCLA's Dick Banton and Washington's Bruao Boin. Honorable mention: Walt Torrence (UCLA), Jim Hal-ston (UCLA), Gary Simmons (Idaho), Hal Duffy (Oregon) and Monte Gonzales (USC). of space and we'll have to work," he added. The Dons will hold another workout today and depart for Corvaiiis as . part of a party of 22 tomorrow afternoon on United flight 375, departing at 3:05, for Eugene where the USFers will be quartered at the Osborne Hotel. OCU Wins OKLAHOMA CITY, March 12. (AP) Oklahoma City University, the Nation s No. 9 ranked team, shocked Loyola of New Orleans with a 38-16 halftime lead and went on to whip the Wolfpack, 76-55, in a first round NCAA contest here tonight. The victory qualified OCU to play St. Louis University in the second round at Dallas Friday. Berkeley Wins Berkeley High defeated Lick-Wilmerding in both divisions of a swimming meet yesterday, prevailing in the varsity, 40-37, and the 130's, 45-15. ADVERTISEMENT Co outer Are you like the fellow we know who keeps X-ing the calendar all winter waiting for THE DAY when the fishing season opens? He just keeps busy X-ing. Never touches his tackle until two frantic days before he sets out for the lake or stream. Our tip is this: there's plenty to do checking lines and guide wraps, collecting new lures, cleaning reels, patching waders, etc. At least it keeps our minds off the fact that the season's closed now but that Spring is in the air. Talking about fishing, have you seen the new Ashaway Line "Roll-A-Way" dispenser? Even an amateur can now fill his own reel quickly, easily, and with pro fessional skill... If you like to take the whole family fishing Old Town's 18-foot Lapstrake Ocean Model boat's for you. Roomy, rugged, long seaworthy life . . . The Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce has an excellent free Sportsman's Guide that tells you salt water fans all about their striped bass, blutfish, and tuna. Did you know that hunters and fishermen travelled almost 24 billion miles by automobile during 1955? ' One thing we like about Bausch Si Lonib's new BALscopc, Sr. telescope is that it's as easy to use by just us plain lookers as by the .amateur astronomer . Sun JSCAA Tar Heels Get Past Yale, 90-74 , Continued from Page 9) the other winners in a triple header that drew the season's largest college basketball crowd. 16,589, into the Gar den. Syracuse rallied to beat Connecticut, 82-76, and Cani- sius outplayed lethargic West Virginia, the southern confer ence champion, 64-56. TAR HEEL HITS 29. Rosenbluth - had the edge over Lee in their duel despite being benched for awhile after committing his fourth personal foul. The tall Tar Heel scored 11 field goals, and seven fouls for 29 points. Lee made 25 points before fouling out in the last minute. Carolina's "Subway South erners," whose entire starting lineup hails from New York area, now play Canisius in the Eastern Regional 'Tournament at Philadelphia Fri day, while Syracuse meets La fayette, which drew a first round bye. AST START. West Virginia's All-America Rod Hundley was limited to a single field goal in the first half, and Lloyd Sharrar didn't make a basket until 10M min utes of the second half had passed. Sharrar, the tallest man on the court at o-io and most valuable player of the re cent Southern Conference ournament, pulled down very few rebounds. That was about the story of the tournament's first big upset. Canisius, in complete con trol from the start, built a 34-18 lead in the first half with Nowak getting half of the Griffins' points. Only m the first few minutes and in the last eight did Syra cuse look superoir to Connecticut. Pitt, Irish Win COLUMBUS (Ohio), March 12. (AP) University of Pittsburgh defeated Morehead State, 86-85, and Notre Dame blasted Miami, 89-77, in open ing round NCAA eliminations at Ohio State's St. John arena tonight. The two winners thus quail fied for the second round at Lexington, Ky., Friday night when Pitt will play Kentucky and the Irish will face Michi gan State. : Don Hennon, 5-9 sophomore guard, paced Pitt's Panthers with 31 points, but the big hero turned out to be John Laneve, an unheralded sub who went into action in the final minutes to sink the de cisive basket. Four Notre Dame starters went all the way, with three of them hitting - more , than 20 points. Sophomore Tom Haw kins was tops with 25. ADVERTISEMENT TIPS MOM SPORTS AFIELD MAGAZINE FISHING set Line have a new pinkish-colored "Coral-King" line said to be invisible to fish. Tests show it's consistently produced bigger catches. The Coleman Company, makers of Outing Pals camp stoves and "other outdoor equipment, has an interesting new booklet (free) that tells about family enjoyment of our great national parks . . . Max Eggleston, pro guide down in Lake Texoma, Texas, writes to tell us his fishing parties caught 1370 sand bass and 33 black bass in 16 days last October. He's a big booster of Weber's Mr. . Champ spinning lure . . . The new Feathertouch Control on several of Zcbco's reels enables the spin fisherman to spin with the precise accuracy of the bait caster. If you've always wanted to Own one of Kennedy's tackle boxes (but were kind of worried about price) tTicir brand-new line of popular price models is for you ... Dragonfly's famous 4-horse airdrive outboard (goes up to 40 M.P.H.!) has undergone design changes with some very interesting results ... There are 26 new models in the '57 Speed-liner Fleet. We particularly like the new bottom on their runabout models. ; Hack's new Ripple Sole reduces walking shock up to 45, we're told . , . Did you know that the world s record bass 241bs. 4 oz. was caught in the State of Georgia?.. . . Tired of the usual Don, Injun Cagers Patch Riff, Play Next December Slightly strained USF Stanford basketball relations apparently, have been smoothed over with announcement of. plans for a Cow Palace doubleheadcr next December 1617. Also involved in the twin bills are Santa Clara and use. The Dons and Indians last played at the Cow Palace two seasons ago and there was some bickering over whether this constituted a USF "home" game and balanced off a previous tilt at Palo Alto. However, Stanford is now . willing to agree that the Cow Palace is a neutral court and is agreeable to reviving an inter-league ' rivalry that will be welcomed by Bay Area fans. Diaz Gal Gage Ace Ailing, Ordered to Hospital (Continued when he paved the way for Cal to beat Washington, put away five important points to beat off UCLA, and delivered key maneuvers during the title winning clinchers with USC. "He is a good part of our team," said Newell. "He gives us a terrific boost psychologically when he goes in there. He's a good ball handler, particularly effective against the press, and has terrific poise when he's up at the free throw line at a time when everything's riding on every point." Nevertheless, Newell's en thusiasm concerning the Bears' chances against Brig- ham Young remained strong. BEARS LETDOWN. "We'll have to contain Brigham Young's speed and shooting," he said. "They're not big. But they're fast. I think that if we play our game jnd we're hitting we'll be okeh. , , X "My only concern. is that we've had the pressure on us for three straight weeks and there might be a natural letdown." ; Pete's spirits were lifted by the Bears' workout yesterday. "The kids showed me a lot of hustle," he said. Newell revealed some of the Bears' strategy. Ev McKeen probably will draw the assignment of curbing BYU's John Benson, fine rebounder and all conference forward, while Gabe Arrillaga will work against Tom Steinke, another all conference selection who finished second to Utah's Milt Kane among Skyline scorers with a 20.7 average. The Cal party leaving to ADVERTISEMENT AND HUNTING AUTHORITY colorless bull's-eye type of target? Crosman's have new shooting game targets. 17 to the package, complete with fun-game rules. , - You still have time to catch the Johnson Outboard Motor Dealers' "All-Family Boat Show" (March 8-17). Check the Yellow Pages of your Red Book for your local dealer s address . . , Chippe tva's new "Mountaineer" boot looks like it meets the need for a top-quality boot that's rugged enough for sportsmen s use . . Shell Lake's "Rambler" runa Iiout, brand new for '57, is a 14 footer that's really built for speed . . . Years of scientific research at South Bend Tackle have pro duced their new Banshee fly line with a surface so smooth that it's practically friction-free . . . lias anyone made a pipe lighter as versatile as the Beattie Jet? Jim Quick, who should know lus subject, has an excellent tea ture on trout fishing in the March issue of Sports Afield that no fish erman can afford to miss. And Rusty Annabel's got one of his wild yarns about tangling with "broncho" marlin that's loaded with excitement. Know you'll like em. For further information on ail products reviewed in this column, write to Sports Afield, Dept. C, 959 Eighth Avenue, New York 19, N. Y. Another alleged "strained" relation, involving USF and California, meantime was put down as "something untrue" by Greg . Engelhard, Bear athletic director. "I was completely flabbergasted when I read certain accounts (not in The Examiner) of a supposed threat to relations between California and USF," Engelhard said. "Any remarks I may have made which may have reflected on the CBA were entirely innocent and mis- . construed." r- Engelhard reiterated a previous statement made to The Examiner, to the effect that California is more than 'willing to meet USF in basketball if schedule limita- . tions permit. from Page 9) morrow via united Airlines will be composed of 15 play ers. Three Asplund, Bob Dal ton and Denny Bertelsman will go along just for the ride because squads are limited to 12 players. 2 New Stars In Free Throw Semi-Finals Henry Pozzi, ex-Santa Rosa High eager, and Philip Givant each meshed 28 of 30 shots to top the field in the semifinal round of the San Francisco Boys Club free throwing con test at the Mission and Ingold branches last night. Hank Luisetti made 26 of 30 as did Fred Scolari, who played pro basketball nine years. Three women also tried their luck. Bernadette Ahem hit 18 of 30, Earbara Attabit 15 of 30, and Jane Kellogg, 17 of 30. .- . , The semifinal round -com petition will end tomorrow. The top 25 finishers in each age group will advance into the finals Sunday, at the In- gold Branch. Results last night: Bob McAullffe, 28 of 30; John Slahsrtv. 28 of 30; Roy Brodnik, 25 of 30; John iHnunn nrmnon 21.3s aee troun: uomun, 23 of 3U. Age 36 and over group: HanK LuiseUI, 24 of 30. inrold Branch 21.35 ae irroun: Henry Pozzl. 28 of 30; Philln Givant, 28 of 30; Robert Wlebusch, 27 of 30; Fred Scolari. 28 of 30; Jo Frontiera. 28 of 30; Dude Angiut, 26 of 30; Jerry Tamaller. 25 of 30. Ab 36 and over roup Frank Beverrtlee, 23 of .SO; Bam Phillip-. 22 of 30; Wilt Cam, 22 of 30. ; .WORTHY. ' -0- , BEAM I . . ; . - . i r ; . YOU K. bi: . 1 11 U a il' -: - Beam's old-fashioned Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is distilled and aged under a formula passed on from generation to generation for over 162 years. It's the lighter and milder whiskey for friendly entertaining. only BEAM tastes like BEAM, only BEAM tastes so good. JIM BEAM x Lovier's, Tonight in P. A. Semi-FinaL Two games are on tap tonight in the semi-finals of the Pacific Association Invitation-basketball tournament at Kezar Pavilion. luvuu o , win inctc Club will tangle with the winner of the Central California AAU. tournament, Motel Jnn of Bakcrsfield at 9:00. r ' " The Lovier-Texdahl game will most likely go to the finel buzzer. Both teams have ac quired some of the best cagers in the Bay area. In addition to J. D. Banks and Tom Faszholz, Texdahl has come up .With a tournament gem in Bill Sim mons of Polytechnic High. The co-captain of the AAA champion Poly team, the 6-4 Simmons showed that he can shoot and rebound with the older and more experienced players. In Sunday's first round action, Simmons scored 10 points and rebounded good against a tall Cal Realty five. Along with Simmons, T&J has Liso Dixon and Tylor Wil bon, both strong board men Lovier's has great out side shooting in Odell Johnson of St. Mary s and Willie Rock of Modesto JC, while tall 6-7 Fred Jacobs is the mainstay for rebounding. The Olympic Club showed fine team work in their win over Cable Car. Outside shoot ing by guard Phil Vukicevich and center Ted Romanoff broke open the close game. Coach Carl Minetti's Winged Os are even more dangerous with the addition of Rich Montgomery and Dick Garibaldi, both of Santa Clara. The latter proved a big asset in the rebound department. The Kezar box office will open at 7:45. COP Nips Broncos SANTA CLARA, March 12. Jim Keynosa s double cleaned the bags in the sixth inning, broke a 4-4 deadlock and gave College of Pacific a 7-4 victory today over Santa Clara baseball team. Mike Shea blasted a 330 homer with two on in the first for the Broncos big blow. Santa Clara showed the ef fects of being idle since February 16 because of a water logged diamond, and made six errors. It was a nonleague game. cnu PACIFIC S4NTA t'l.MtA Player ah. 3 5 Flores,rf 5 Kastles.e t fi Laark.lf 5 Hubb.3b ' 4 Flllce.2b 2 4 Coionado.D 4 h.l Plaver ab. r. h Hi C hcloio.2b 4 2' 4 OlGoode.rf 4 liO'Rourke.lf 4 01 Shea. 3b II 21 Allen.c II JonM.rf 01 Neeil.rf I Pptronl.n IGill.o Totals 37 7 71 Totals 33 4 Pacific .(V?o ma ono 7 Santa Clara 310 000 0004 E Huhb. Flllrl, Goodn 2. O'Rourkff. Sha 3. 21 Rvnisi. Flllci. UR Shea, pp.l pvnrisa 3. Knstle 2 FHiri chin-rio'ln. -- 3. rP Filirl-R-vno'-.Si. waeh. RF.R Coronado 4-4. Petronl 8-3: f;ill 1-1. IIB -Cnrrmartn B. Ptr'n 3. Gill 1. 80 Coronado 6. Petronl 5, Gill 3. winner. Coronado. ixiser. Petronl V' tbtTSw t I K : . t 4W-.,. ! -- . f V Jf nSj xl'f-i'- ----- it ,t r f - y Ui i f 7- T7iSw I 11 V I icmoiwiisffir, - ? A J! ' v v x" - I I m 1 IIS. 1 -f'Kv B EA M . distillers of the world's finest bourbon 86 PROOF KENTUCKY Texdahi i CAuam-uuii noun 111 Bears Nine Nosed Out By Fresno i The classy Fresno State Bull dogs handed the California Bears their second loss of the campaign, winning a 3-2 base ball game yesterday on Ed wards Field. v Rightfielder Harry Mayo was the big gun for the Bulldogs, singling to score the first run in the initial frame, then dnv' ing in a pair of markers with a tremendous triple to left field in the second. That blow iced the game, al though the Bears rallied for a pair in the fourth. Bernie Kelly was hit by the pitcher, He went to third on Warren LavoralV single, then base hits by Ed Kraft and Chuck Thompson completed the scoring. Bob Doig was the winning hurler. ' - , ' California ' entertains Chico State today at 3 p.m. FRESNO STATE I CALIFORNIA Plaver ab. r. h Plaver rastro.lf 3 1 'J Greeu. Jb 21 Gaszcro.M 31 21 01 Palma.lf II Krat.3b 01 P'clnelll.rf 11 Thomosn.c 11 Stansr.p 01 Benevento 1 II NkkUon.o 01 Reynolds Mavo.rf Pdrzinl.lh LevaKEl.ct Leter.3b Whitu.2b Martin. si Cameron. c Doiir.n Modrell.o Wvnn.c Flndlev.lf Tota!!i 34 B 121 Total Fresno State 10 000 0(H) S California ... ono 200 mnv K Gaseero. 8b Mayo. 2h GreBB. RBI Castro. Mavo. Perirazzlni. DolR. Kraft. Thomoson. R-ER Dole 2-2: Stanu 5-4. BB Modrell 1. Slanc 5. SO Dole 4. Modrell 1. Stane 3. Nlddson 2. Winner. Dole. Loser. St am. Reed Loses in Florida Tennis PALM BEACH (Fla.), March 12. (AP) Defending Champion; Herbie Flam of Beverly Hills, Calif., led the field into quarterfinals of the Everglades Club Invitational tennis tournament today, knocking off Francisco Contrares of Mexico City, 6-4. 6-3. However, an upset claimed fourth seeded Whitney Reed, Alameda, Calif. Gardnar Mul-loy, Denver ousted Reed, 9-7, 6-3. In women's s i n e 1 e s. top seeded Darlene Hard, Monte- j bello, Calif., defeated Mar-guerita Bonstrom, Stockholm,! Sweden, 6-1, 6-3.Mary Ann Mitchell, San Leandro, Calif., defeated Marie Bueno, Sao' Paulo, 7-5. 10-8.' HI -7 STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY JAMES B. BEAM DISTILLING CO., CLERMONT, KY. to Battle i .11 ,uiitv hiiu vuw vsivutuii; Kids, Oldsters Get Passes to Ports' Games STOCKTON, March 12. (AP) The Stockton city council has approved a lease allowing the Stockton Ports rent free use of the city's baseball park. The lease stipulates that children under 16 and per sons over 65 be admitted free to all games. City Manager. John Lilly said he believed Stockton was the first city anywhere to finance, in effect, the attendance of youngsters and oldsters at baseball games. The Ports are in the California League. ' Sports Today i B4SKFTBAI.L : Ketar ravlllon Semlfinall of Paelflnl AMociation tournament, first (ami T;4r p. m. HORSK RACING Bay Meadows First post 1:13 . rv lifil'RK SKATING Berkeley Iceland National champion' ships, all day. RASKRAIX Kdwards Field Chico Stat vs. Call fornla. 3:15 D. m. Ban Pablo Park Cat Cinnamon Bears vs. CCBK JVs. 3:15 p m. SWIMMING Men's Gym Pool,. Berkeley Ran Jos Stats vs. California. 3:30 p. m. BOXING Stockton Auditorium Dommy Ursua vs. Jackie Spurgeon, first preliminary 8:30 p. m. 4 CYLINDER AND V-8 COMES TO SAN FRANCISCO A Reflection of Beauty EJegonce Economy UP TO 40 MILES PER GALLON Reclining Front Seats PRICES START AT. . $ 1095 4-DOOR SEDAN Plus Taxes and License 4? SOUTH UN. 1-0438 VAN NESS AT MARKET for 162yearsl 795-1057 rum

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