The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on March 8, 1960 · Page 11
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alcons Battle Saints I! if? r,':-u ...ift-. " V i,.' ; T. .iT sj" ' V , . si 4. 1 . r & -'xVV v Tues., March 8, 1960 THE DAILY SUN A-11 HUSKY HOSTS San Bernardino Valley Col- sen, Aaron Oliver'son, Ken Knust, Harold Beaeh and lege's wrestlers, hosts to the State JC Tournament Fri- Coach Bob Smith. Kneeling are Jim Hemphill, John day and Saturday, have posted a 14-1-1 season record Rodriguez, John Davies, Dennis Payne, Garland Bur- and won two conference championships. Standing are, dette and Captain Jerry Pamp. Manager is Ed Petrillo. left to right, Bob Combs, Clarence Jost, Paul Stephen- Not shown is Roger Hart. Aquinas in CIF Semis Tonight At Camarillo By BKL'C'L' BKOWN ' (Sun-Telegram Sports Writer) Aquinas and Santa Clara, two of Southern Califor nia's finest small schools basketball squads, tangle at 8 to night at neutral Camarillo High in the CIF Class A semi finals. i The winner plays tonight's San schools and one to the Loy-Marino - Orange victor for the ola University freshmen team, class A title Friday night. Cvijanovich's staining five will The Aquinas Falcons will be have a sliSht heiSht advantage Duttins their 24-.-? rwnrd on thPi0vei" Falcons. Forwards Steve line against the formidable 17-5 mark of Santa Clara's Saints. Both teams thundered through regular league competition virtually without breathing hard. Coach Bill . Bates' Aquinas club romped to the Arrowhead League Miller and Dan Bodle are 6-2, center George Ehrler 6-4, guard Tom Gill 6-2 and guard Dick Jaquez 5-8. AQUXAS START EKS Only center Mike O'Connor (6 4) of Aquinas matches his Santa UPI Names Bears National Champs NEW YORK (UPI) - The California Bears, depending on a defense as tight as a grizzly's hug, yesterday were named national major college basketball champions for the regular 1959-60 season by the United Press International Board of Coaches. - Coach Pete Newell's Bears, who begin defense of their NCAA crown Tuesday night against Idaho State, were the No. 1 choices of 20 members of the 35 - man board in the campaign's final ratings. The Bears compiled a 24-1 regular season record while holding their opponents to an average of only 48 points a game. ! The Cincinnati Bearcats, picked by the coaches before the season began as the "best bet" to finish first in the final ratings, wound up second with 13 first - place votes. California received a total of 334 points and Cincinnati (24-1) received 324. The closest final, vote in the history of the ratings came in 1958 when West Virginia beat out Cincinnati by three points. Ohio State, the Big 10 champion, finished third this .year. Bradley, runnerup to Cincinnati in the Missouri Valley Conference, was fourth. Utah's Skyline champions placed fifth. West Virginia, the Southern Conference's NCAA tournament representative, was sixth. Utah State, Skyline runner-up, was seventh. GeoPgia Tech, the Southeastern Conference's NCAA entry, was eighth. Villa-nova finished ninth and Indiana 10th to give the Big 10 two teams in the top 10. California was picked to finish second in the pre-scason estimate. But the Bears, concentrating on the tenacious defense and ball-control tactics which carried them to the NCAA title last March, replaced Cincinnati in first place Feb. 2 and held that spot the remainder of the regular season. The final 1959-60 major college basketball ratings by the United Press International Board of Coaches (first-places votes and won-lost records through March 5 in parentheses): Team Points 1. California (20) (24-1) 334 2. Cincinnati (13) (24-1) 324 3. Ohio State (1) (21-3) 254 4. Bradley (24-2) 206 5. Utah (1) (24-3) 194 6. West Virginia (24-4) 173 7. Utah State (22-4) 74 8. Georgia Tech (21-5) 67 9. Villanova (19-5) 43 10. Indiana (20-4) 40 SECOND TEN 11, St. Bonaventure, 37; 12, New York University, 29; 13, Texas, 27; 14, North Carolina, 19; 15. Duke, 15; 16, Kansas State, 14; 17, Auburn, 13; 18, Providence, 10; 19, St. Louis, 8; 20, Dayton, 7. Others Kansas 6, Holy Cross, Wake Forest, Texas A&M and St. John's, N.L., 5 each; Notre Dame ana Miami, na 4 each; St. Jo. seph's. Pa., and Kentucky, 2 each, Navy 1. THREE HAKE IT Cal Dominates All-Big Five SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - All America center Darrall Imhoff and two California teammates dominate the all-AAWU (Big Five) team named yesterday by coaches of the conference. The other two spots went to Washington and Stanford. California, the NCAA defending champion, won the conference title with an 11-1 record. The first team: Bill Hanson, Washington, and Bill McClintock, California, for wards; Imhoff, center; John Arri- llaga, Stanford and Earl Shultz, California, guards. The second team: Tandy Gillis, California and John Werhas, USC, forwards; John Berberich, UCLA center; John Green, UCLA, and Jerry Pimm, USC, guards. Hanson, the only sophomore named on the first team, led the AAWU in scoring with 189 for an average ot if. 2 a game while playing with a team which finished last in the conference stand ings. NASCAR, the National Assn for Stock Car Auto Racing, has more than 7,000 members through out the country. 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League rivals. jThe guards are Jack Butler (5-9) Santa Claras regular season and Roger DeFratis (5-11). ysses included three to Classi DeFratis will replace Glen Godlewski (6-1) tonight. Godlew-: ski has been hampered by a boi! on his left knee and has misled three days of practice this week Bates last night was not certain ii Glen would even suit up for the! game. FALCON KESKKVKS i Two others figure to see action !for Aquinas center and forward ,Mike Murphy and guard Matt Hoar. Aquinas scoring throughout the season has been well-balanced, with all five starters sharing high point honors from time to time. Santa Clara, on the other hand. is led by Miller, who is averag ing 16.3 per game. In one congest he tallied' 48 points. Ehrler ; ...itu n n 1 Willi d J.U dVt'ldyt. The Falcons opened Class A ! action a week ago today by de feating Valley Christian, 4S-42. They downed Carlsbad A&N, 56-35, last Friday night. 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