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T-Erd cagers score upset over Coachela Vncaipa Och nindefliirdt came up villi a hot alKMtiiis performance to rip CoadMOa Valley aS-7I m an npcet Tictory for coach Kent Hqiden'c cag­ ers. Yocaqw is aow tied «im Coa- cbeUa for seeoad place in Desert Valley Leagne staadincs via a 6-3 mark while Hemet leads at 7-2. CMdwtta(71) G. F. T. Escobedo 2 2 « Lancaster 2 0 Sandiez 4 4 Franco 8 4 Teran 6 7 EspiDOza 1 0 Grantham 2 3 Patterson 0 1 Foefs by Vie KOer A Radtairit "rMkie' coadi is guiding Aqiunas Ugh sdnol of San Beraardino to one of its best i^tM 'v 'n on record. The new ooadi is Steve Taf- lor, iionner three-sport standout at Bfdlandu lugb sdio<d and later a football quarterback at San Die0s State. Steve took over the coaching Since entering Cal Poly Oakes has yet to be defeated in either his varsity or second string appearances. Last year, as a sen- Totals 25 21 YucaiiM (U) Humi*rey . Hunt Waller Trost Christiansen Hickman .. Hidccj- Haro ymer Totals 33 Score by quarters: Coachella . Yucaipa .. Competitor sajfsSeagren bntever hOS ANGELES (UFI) University of Soothera CaBfbr- nia's Bob Seagren is the greatest pole vaolter in track; histoty m the opinion of UdA's Jon Vau^B. ior at YHS, Oakes went unbeat- . "^t 'S«P«)ha8 stajed on en B 32 boute. He won 23 by '°'"8er against more good t»at iBd was named the OM-IT^^J^ ^ standing Wrestler in OF compe-: ^J""^' If^ lijion. : told the Southern California track writers Tuesday. * * • • : "His secret is concentration." 12 runs last fall after serving an Allfioufh MV«I Redlandt BM the Bruin vaulter continued. 20.apprenticeshQ> at San Miguel basketballers hit the scoring cot-; "He's obliviotis to everything;' 19 Ugh school in San Diego as a umn. Cbaffey bombed coach Joelooce he starts down that 2 part time coach while attend- Hansen's squad 63-49 last Friday runway. You coidd Wow a 7 ing SDS. at Terrier gym. trumpet right in his ear and he) 1' Going into yesterday after- Rodney Jensen w:as high point wouldn't even notice." — noon's game with Webb of Clare-'man for the Terrier Bees with! Seagren and Vaughn are 71 mont Taylor's Falcons boasted 10 points. Bill Lantz contribut-! among a half dozen 17-foot a 15-1 season record and are 7- ed 9. Dennis Krantz had 8. John vaulters who are scheduled to T. 0 in the Class A Arrowhead. Kaiser and Louis BIcGaughy compete in the U.S. THck- UI League. iboth had 7. Gil Gurrola added 6 Federation meet at the Sports Although Aquinas has an en-!points and Mark McCIusky-^rena Saturday m'ght ^ ndlment of only 450 boys, the: chipped in 2. 'The others are Dick Railsback' ^' new coach has come up with a Commum'cations have bogged of UCLA, Chris Papanicolaou of towering front line composed of down somewhere on the Bee and San Jose State, Erkki JIustakari 2ia &5 center and a pair of 6^ Jayvee basketball acUviiies.cou-of Fresno State and Altti 21 forwards. scquently these are near week- Alarotu of Brigham Young. 21 It appears that the Falcons old statisU'cs. ' Seagren raised his world 4 are headed for the CIF playoffs indoor record to 17 fecL 6 — set for February 25 and 26 and! • • • • inches in the Times Indoor S61 March 4, 7 and 15. If so, Tay- Her* and Nier* — Bill Cloud, blames at the Forum in nearbj- I lor will get behind on his other former Rcdiands high school Inglewood last weekend. 15 12 25 19—71! bead coacbmg job at the school. jfootbaU and basebaU letterman'^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ 21 18 19 28—86 He is slated to take over the! just recentl>' married, is now^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ baseball team too. jworiong m the circulation de- Tajlor is £amilar with CIF partment of a Riverside nen^pa- playoff activities. As a senior Per awaiting return to college < during the 1961 football season {next fall. Bill graduated from' at RHS. he quarteihacked the' RHS in 1967 and last year un- Terriersthiwigh four post-season derwent a serious operation playoff games cndhig intbfClFi ^^bich dda>-ad further schooling, diamptonship — the only one' Caril 6aya, UnivartHy af Red- Redlonds Doily Focb Wadn«day, fab. \X lW-13 G. 5 F. 5 2 2 3 6 0 0 0 2 20 REDLANDS HIGH JUNIOR VARSmf — Redlands High JV-cagers will meet San Bernardino High Cardinals tomorrow in an away game at 4:30 p.m. Members of coach Wayne Smith's Terriers are, front row (1-r) Bob Bender, Pete Eldridge, Tracy \Vhite and Enos Dixon. Second row (1-r) Dave Brown, Dave Dykstra, Ken Mutter, Tom Symons, Victor Bell. Rear, (1-r) Coach Wayne Smith, Wayne Bostain, Carl Berndtson, Roger Kelly, Marie Montgomerj-, Ron Lengerich. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Ko Hondo tops Valley colege cagers, 17-80 Bio Hondo took the lead mid-'^^' Taylor won sevoi varsity'auuetes, wound up out or tne way through the first halfiJayed three >-ears money in Saturday night's Los and was never beaded as it took ^^^'^ basebaU and two each Angeles Times Indoor track an 87-80 victory over San Ber."" tootbaU and basketball meet held at the Forum in In- nardmo Valley Ofiege cagers in . »».Ador he commutes to ,8lew -ood. the Indians gym. coachmg job in San Bemar- OanW, formm- Terrier ~ dinofromHedhnds whcrehe is <Jwrterback and pitcher for Redlands has ever captured. Durmg his three years at lands coed and a top half-miler among the coast's female track athletes, wound up out of the mm Big 10 basketball thrown into turmoil by upsets Now in seventh pfoce Terriers beat Eagles in league cage game Ifoward Lee was the big suo enjoying life as an apartment «»«h Joe DeMagpo's hascball •or Valley with 34 points and His ^ pgui, U the squads, is now attending the Uni- conference is going to have one out. Redlands High Terrier cagers-put the pressure on fromi tana. Doug Howard, the leadmg i moved into sole possession ofjthe openmg jump and forced the! CBL scorer, hit 30 for Pacific, seventh place in CBL standings Eagles into numerous turnovers: Ramona High Rams bad to ' v-csteriay afternoon with a 57-41 as well as forcing many bad come from behind early in the , victorj- over the host Eiscnhow- shnts. first period but topped San Ber- B» United Press Irttmatiooal | with 37 poinU and Greg Jackson jjjgh Eagles. The Eagles manascd only inardmo High Cardmals a3-43. It looks like the Big lol had 29 for lUinoU before foulmg Coach Al Endcman's Terriers three field gcaU during the first Friday night the Terriers had been Ued with the Eagles two periods of play while Chcs- meet the Cardinals at 8 p.m. in rebounds but the KoadnmnerSi- • succcssfid base- versify of Rcdiands. Pat gradu-^of old - fashioned donny- Iowa scored an 81-80 overUmc sehenth but came up with a nos. .-HcNally. Bollinger and Lang the SBHS gym. were in command aU the way. * . ^ Universitj- of f""" Wgh school m 1967.'brooks before a 1968-62 basket- vicloo' over Northwestern and ^i^^ defense in the first half were hitting for Redlands. Redlands (57) RiaHanda(l7) G. F. T. ^^i^ »»ro» PretlMt (RHS- 'alkali champion U cn)u-ned. Wisconsin beat Minnesota ffl to insure the win. In the third period the Ea-Bollinger Farwyke ' ' Quintana * 2 Kennedy S 5 Walters S S Granados 2 0 Watkms * 0 Anderson 1 " Granger 4 0$ Totals 3* t9 21 makes the fl>ing great She's a v\Tiat some obseners thought in other Big 10 games. John starters Bill BoUingcr. Bob glcs made a charge at the Ter- chesnos 14 j • • • • Pam Am Stewardess fb'ing hops ,.Q„]j be « two4eam race Johnson scored 23 points "t" chcsnos. Pal McNally. M i k c riers but Redlands settled down Dunn Redland* now has tw* dubt f"^™ U.S. to South America between Purdue and Illinois was had 23 rebounds to lead Iowa gavage. Kero' Dunn and re- and held a 40-28 lead at the Lang ^ for tennis players Can the scv- a™* across the AUantic to Eu- ,|,rown into turmoil Tuesday whUe Jim Johnson had 23 pomU ^^^.^^ j^^k Urson. Keith John- buzzer. Larson • en-vear-old Racquet club contin- ropc. Sharon won acclaim as a „igj,i ^hcn both naliooaUy' for Wtsconsin. son. Jeff Nichols and Mike Lang ELscnhowcr cut the RHS lead McNally 8 uc'to ejdsl m face of the new «op ""^{ands athlete wjhcnjihc ranged powers were beaten on I Davidson, the country s fifth- boosted the Terriers to a 25 8 to lo points four times in the fi- Nichols - Tennis cUib G. 4 with its private »«» ""^wbef of San Ber- fojij.]^ "^coiut^ State ranked team. roUcd over baifu^e lead. nal stanza but the Terriers gavage 2 8 courts and swimmmg faciUUes? VaUc>- College state jefcated eighth-ranked Purdue Richmond 114-95 to raise lis At the end of the first quarter pulled away via the free throw T. 9 19 1 7 3 9 SBVC (M) Sains_ .... Christian . Lee Dowd .... Hayes .... Kay G. 14 - Gene Oudlcttc. outgoing Rac- champion g>mnasUcs team last gg^ at Columbus. Ohio, and Southern Conference "wrd to ^^^^ Terriers led 12-1 87 quel chib president and himseU >-<ar. Michigan beat ninth-ranked frO and its ovcraU mark to 19-2. Illbois 92-87 at Ann Arbor, Mich. Purdue still leads the coofcr- Retlland! a member of the new club as well, told the large attendance at the recent annual meeting J: Ihtt be fdt sure the Racquet rilchtb wtMild endure and grow. "As a matter of fact," he Totals 38 • •> Halftime score: Bio Honda 40. San Bernardino 32. BShafd upsets IDchey intenris said, "I look fontard to the time when an intense tennis rivalry devdops between the And Ken Corwin. new president, hxrits formrd to the com Cofflmlssion to discuss Hathis action Mike Maloy scored 25 of his 32 pomU m the fu^t half as Davidson took a 58-12 advan- Icncesundmgs wllh a 6-1 record ttage. Kenny Foster had 18 Ibut Ohio SUte moved mto second place with a S -2 mark, nihiais is tied with Iowa for third place at 4-3 and Michigan is fUth with a 4-4 mark. Jody Finney scored 28 points and Dave Sorenson had 24 for pomts for Richmond. Loc Lafayette scored pomts and held high-scoring Bob Amzen to eight pomU as unranked Michigan SUte nsed tight man-to-man defense to upset 20th - ranked Notre Dan» 71-59 at South Bend. Ind. Bay Meadows given night i racing okay line in the final four minutes. Xolals 17 Redlands canned 10 foul shots in the final minutes. , Eisenhower (41) G. In the first haU of play the 23 57 _ Hodson 6 Rlis cagers missed 12 foul'shots ° while hilling on seven. Chesnos ended as the leadfai; scorer with 19 points whfle bothi"^'" J " Bollinger and McNaUy hit nine.l«f'"°™ ^ " In other CBL action Chaffey 1'^''S^" Harris Fear>! Bates contmued atop the CBL with a CoMie 2 T. 13 1 8 3 2 2 4 9 for Ohio SUte, offsetting a 35-'Lafa>-clle also had 16 rebounds, pomt performance hearing of the New York State! Mount Ohb Slate made eight with 17 pomls. races five nights a week from chib. of Eoxmg Commission Friday to fewer field goaU than Purdue; Doug Johnson scored 24po.nt^^ | Meadows, ourts and determine what punitive action, but had a 26-7 edge from theUo lead Missoun to a 7M0 »•«,'^"^ard Tuesday heard »^ i. i» t. "-T.- J .1. <: I— ...omaati Filiht rhnfpmiCl> victory over '"^ ooara lucsua; NEW YORK (UPI)-Hea vj-weight boxer Buster Malhis Purdue;. Jim Cleamons added 21 iag year wkh great cnlhudasm and suspended manager Ir^' — obviously not expecting the Uagennan must appear at a dttb to falter. The old Bacqoet oome. uses puUic courtt „v,^....^ , ^ the University of RedUnds if any. will be assessed them j foul Une. The loss snapped'Eight Conference victory over „.„rt^ courts, thnwcb a special finan- for their actions at a fight in Puidue's sM-en-game winning Nebraska: Drake donned North ,2.^?!^ The annual Madison Square Gaidon laststicak. Texas Stale 91-67 with the l«'P fj^^,'"^:^,, ^„ri"'S^ Monday nighu Michigan trailed 8581 with of AI waiiams' 19 pomts: Jim '^"^ ,^ Mathis Is on the carpel two minutes left but Rudy Davidson had 27 points and 17 ^'^^ * . . because, angered b>-a low blow Tomjanovidi -s fieW goal and rebounds as Western Michigan quarter horse and t«x. harness • • • • by CanadUn Gcirgc five poinU by Dennis Stewart defeated Marshall 85-74 and Mr»c Fanner University of »«d- chuvalo in the first round 13 41 SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)—The 74-64 victory over San Gargonioi CaUforaia Horse Racing board High Spartans. The Tigers are ™als bar granted an application of now lO-l. Score by quarters: w ^IT'tt^T,.^ M x„i'r;"D^™ the Peninsula Horee Racmg Pacific stayed in second place Redlands 12 13 15 17-57 by Ridt Bob \Vhitmore led Notre uame ^^^j^jj^^^ ^ uarte, horse with a 70-»4 victorj- over Fon- Eisenhower 1 7 20 13-41 Une. The loss seven-game dal amngemeat. famib' membenh^ fee is nom linal. SALISBURY. Md. (UPI)-; kmael El Sbafei, having i disposed of tiw defending chamwon, went after Ttom a"** Redlands high school iheir figh!. hp «hoved referee Edie&en of Walton Beach. Fla.. basketball star Tom McCutcheon lUroW Valan aside to get ' "' today in thiid-rwind acUon of » no»' attending A\ialion Offi- opponent. the US men 's indoor »»n«ic cer Candidate School at the U.S. Ungcrman. Chuvato's mana-^^—— wunminoshins. Naval Air SuUon. Pensacola. gcr. was suspended after the 4... |«j 1 |_ •aelw/ns-poand El Shatei, «orida. fight because he repeatedly AfOTfOna/ /lOCKeV rOUnCfl /D me s-w. ii>po™n anaie^ j,^,^^^^ „ ^U^BL f:r>t jumped to his feet, banged on —— ^ team choice as a senior at RHS, the ring and shouted iastnic- and a team captain as a senior tions to Chuvalo despite wam- at the UR. will spend nine ««dcs tags from ringside officials to Shoemaker rides three winners at Santa Anita races will be nm each :, icirgc live pouiis oy ucniu> jic-on ..^i,.-...- — •• — „, _„ n.1 of gave Oic Wolverines an IB-s; Eari Dows 21 points led Uimar <a of a co cfercc lead with 54 seconds remaining: Tech over West Klorela 84-i6. James Ly alhU Illmob never led again. giving Coach Jake MarUn the County fair Tomjanovich led Michigan 300th Iriumph over hts career. - floe of the top atars to emerge fnm (be Unitad Arab Bepuhiic in recent years, used a strong JS"£i-f^?^ »n«Si«t the candMate school which I stop. Mathis wtw the 12 -round ^ .5Ll!-J ^^™!l«a<Js to a commission as an en-fight hy a unanbnous decision.' ^1^^ JSS^lf2Lf^ sign in the U.S. Naval Resene. The commission will deckle at Ita crowd «l 2,500 eipeetot to ^ ^ * 'the hearing, after hearing both • • • I sides, whether to fme Unger«a*« y«ir Chrislmas' man, extend the suspension, or ' Oub money until February next let him off. Mathis is not under suspen easy American TictoiT. HW Winer of tins naidi will go oo to a quarterfinal berth Beliveou scores four goals to beat Kings ARCADIA fUPl)—"rm glad old in 1968, is set to make her , , . it's over." Bill Shoemaker California debut in the Santa county fair program. ^^^^^ .., „^^^^ j ^avc Maria. Lytllc of Ihi- Sonoma wriUcn a script any better than The veteran Shoemaker also air and Jim Tnmmg- uie way il turned out." won abDard Princess Endeavour ham of the Alameda County The 37-year-oId jockey rode in the sixth race and Jays Fair asked that the rule be three winners in three attempts Double m the mnth, giving him changed to allow fair managers at Santa Anita Tuesday in his 5,761 career victories, to schedule races m accordance nrst racing appearance in near-i Only one jockey. John Long- uiih the number of horses \y 13 months. He suffered a den. ever has won more. Long- I availabU^. broken leg in a spill here Jan. den retired after 6,032 wins. All tracks currently run eight; 33. isgg. I With 19,584 fans in attendance, thoroughbred races but m 1967; -rhe leg fat fine," Shoemak- Shoemaker lode Racing Room the legidature changed the law er commented, "there were no to aUow AppakMsa and Arabian; {voblems at aU. I did fed a horses to be raced at fairs. uttle »t)bbly but it's just a Ron i^vanaugh, representing matter of getting Bt My timing! agiinA the *js-ear if j-ou plan on attending Bob Lulz-Mark Cox batUe. Bob Hope Desert Golf Clas- son. The spokesman said a Davis Cuper from sic in Palm Springs. Mathis "is bcmg called in to Ai«des. beat Bill Brown of to a length and a quarter triumph. The winner equalled the traci record of 1:15 for 64i Rv UnM Prau IntwnaKanal tLeasie came. It was the third!, w fctnims furlongs. / TtI.Tu ZTTir'hat trick of Beaveau's*?*^^ off a litUe bit but thafUj Racing Room relumed S5.00 Jean Bchvwu scored four ^ ?f''^*?^M^,rf''r^™'^^^ "^S^- - - , .... "> T^'Sa runner-up goals for the Montreal Cana- total to 30 . """^ V* The fivcHime national ndmg in the feature and Praise Jay dicns Tuesday night, but Ken; „odee cniovinc bv far the P"^"* T ' "<* """"^ ^ champion has three more finished third. bemg called in to Hodge of the Boston Brums is best of his four seasons m me, ^ board asked addiUonal the third race. Launch Pad m Final dav tickets to the prcs- explam his actions. It's just a likdy to remember his own MIL, scored his three goals jrjormalion from each segmtnt the fourth and !»ass The Brandy Omaha. 2<^.^J± ""^vJu-^^^ww priced at^ matter of a foIlo«T,p." performance longer. ^ f'^r^'"^^ the industr>- to be presented in the fifth. He is scheduled to service dud -mesday OM^ ^ ^duMreT and -MalhU' victor>- owr Chuvato , ,^ nr!^ hat trick of '""''^ 'l '1°^^" by end of Febniarj-and said move inio .stakes compeUUDO • • - foreign seed P^T.^f""^ J^^!^ ,hM , earned him a March 24 bout ..• "'^.f"^' goals gave the Bruins a 2-0 .,> . , ^^ „ext wxek. having signed to second-ranked foreign seed ^.^f^^. from England, ousted Yusosla -:?f "l^'- vian champion MkoU Spear 6-3. ^^-^ ^ ditional ''bi5r Abiit the' oily Jimmy EWs. recoaniicd thing nominal was the price of heavywTi ^t champion a Ove Okker to play at Forum but once ^ the grounds. «ith Jcrrj- Quanr. Thejrinner "o<«S«' a hot dog and coke was an ad- «ill be in Ime for a fight with Adult league ploy underway states and Mexico. stars to host Houston tonight Tri-CSty the Indcf Mayflower defeated ndente SMS in. an league boskethaa fame Hendm was' Adult , in Rolands Becnation Dc |Hrt -j meat piay. Bieb faigti tor the game with 20. Inland Fanninc topped haA- heed. 7S47. and Fred Fort Trinuscrs downed P^wnlai Sport ^i ing Goods. aKZ. Bandog's S)iertii« Goods M to Inland Fanninc 73-61, and Tri-Oty Mayflowen tapped Lodt- heed 51-39 in otte- sunes. a program at 25 cents. Fans c <Kild almost buy a T\' set — colored at that — and watch at home for the 'price of a station wagon full of viewers intent on spending all five dajs at the event LOs ANGELES (UPD-Tlie Two Badlands Bcncfawwner Angdes Stars host the directors. Bill Uw»n and Houston Mavericks in American , wvre on bnd gukdhall Assodatian action at WOH t DNiy at the Indiai Wdls course Sun- „„j^ , WWn ¥ ^nmj dcr towteh the final dw of -nie Stors. who fcH to Miami Chuvak) "".r""!: firv, hai trick of '"""^ "f"^"^ "i?; by the end of Febniarv-and said move inio 24 bout ..'t "^.r"^' *" iwx. goals gave the Bruins a 2-0 ^ 3 ruling at its next wxek. - -„ „ , . lead at the end of the fu^ meeting, tentalivdy set for handle Inverness Drive, a highly I.NGLEWOOD (bPI) -.... Belivcau scored one goal in period and his third Soal,j, regarded 3year-old. in Tues-Ticket prices were announced as the first period and three durmg increased their margin to 4-1 at .j^^. ^^^^ j^^^" reinstated days SO.OOO Santa C a t a 1 i n a today for the welterweight a .<pan of 12 minutes airf 23 ,be end of the .second period, j^y^^ Wilham V Fo. 37. who Slakes. championship fight between h 0 s e victories CnrUs Cokes and Jose Napolcs. Tuesday included a win on Rac- All seaU are reserved and are a .span 01 u luu.uu;. ».-. -~ mc emi 01 uit- . MTOW H«r...~. wilham V. Fo. 37. who Slakes, seconds in the second period to i^^^ has 34 goals this season. ^^pendea June 30. 1967 for shoemaker. « lead the Canadicns to a T^bc victorj- enabled the possession of a batferj- on the Tuesday include victor>' over {he AnS'l" Brums to maintam their six-;track at the Sonoma County RMm'ilTTh^'feature race, priced at S25. S20. S15. SIO and Kings m a Natifloal Hocke> first-place lead over the^jir hi Vallejo. wUl miss todays S3O.00O-added S7.50 for the 15-round bout Apnl Jerry West hurt again, Canadicns in the Eastern Di\ision of the XHL. A X A* Yvan Oxni>o>'er scored one of NBA STanOingS the Canadicns' goals and assisted on all four of Be- Uttsau's goals. Jacques LeMaire' Santa Maria Handicap Dark 18. • Mirage, the nation's top 3-year-; Cokes is the champion. the extravagama under Vf^*^'-i26-ia weather condition- ffl their last cane SEATOE fOFI >-Jerr>- West Canadicns' scoring. wiH be out o( the lineup agam P'"*° ^JZjT^ HnJw Monday night tS> •«« the n »dlSS^ when the Los Angdes JJd Esp^ !^a^ - - «ft« tfc« ««*«t -iSJS face the Seattk Super- i*^*^^ LaH^ar-sAB America-hi,hj"»^«J ^2tiif -J^£^^^ .„„ ,Sg P^inJ ^Sal to 92 and »~ _ . - . -New Orleans Ttarsday night, -nje veteran guard is sufferwj^^s aStman had three scored one goal and had three Baltimore assists and Ted Harris com-jPhiladdphia New York Cmchinati Detnni Milwaukee East W. 43 39 42 31 24 17 CB Pet .729 ... .S!2 3Vii .667 3 J23 12 .M 19 .283 26^3 » iTfAfiar ronner ngnivr Benny Miller dies at 59 Yucaipa is now carrying on the'a«J New Yoric Friday mglit ^ tradition at ^ ^r^^'^'^j;^^'^^ ^I '^Ji^ ling from another ^og^ Conege in San gj^ ?^-„^.; ^c^^bnkes won the 167iDivision. the Sfan with a 22-28! po«Stttem iScSrPdy!««rf ««> *e M««rid» with Joniar College Inviution Wres-'a 1M* narfc tlittg diampioodiips and was' named outstanding wrestler tbe tounuDeoL Black Hawks. The Lakers never have won here since Se^ came into the tj.-^ NatioDal Badcdbnil AycMtonl ColtM fight tfcfcttf the Somes at home. .Tom Oidcer of ttie Netherlands In the taMS' last meetinSjwin compete in the second in;ASSIfr«NT COACH OMCINKAn (On )-ChK*i ^ ...... r^..^.. - StnOcT. Iwnnar he«l faotbU.last WedDewJay id^ at Swttle,!,^,, ^os Angeles InviUtional LOS ANGELES (VPI) - SMtaLrSirta^ ^1 ' "K ANGELES (UPIM )MBy, SK .SteWsT , with a iw May' M»...,U.An^--l2^^^.^^^ lead «i* a ]S»-S itey the Univmity olithe Sonics came away with a Alia iB IMu Oa farDitaen. am ctadi at eSndnnati. is Joining the Qadn- oali Bcotalc of the Amcrieui FVwtbaB Lcasne as ai coadi. Faol BnwB. kcad U4-107 vktory. Wcat's preatnee too CbaiBtariain's tennis tournament at the FWumi H was mndi it Wilt perforBMOce West W.L. 40 20 37 25 27 32 26 34 .24 38 22 40 13 46 Tutiday's RawlH Baltunore 124 Chicago 116 Philadelphia 129 CmdanaU 112 San Francisco 92 AUanta 87 , (Only games scheduled) Wadnatday's Came* San Diego at Cindnnati San Fran San Diego Chicago SeatUe Pboemx Pet. CB .667 ... JSSf! 4 .458 12\i .433 14 J87 17 JSS 19 .220 26V> Okker recently joined the 1 Boston at Detroit _^ Snnday night Worid Tennis group. It will na» i-<««n «i The tower-idash next month for the first teoSSvrand iD « pulls, time in SotAbem CaHteaU m NBA MMM W*. a « tfunst Natiooal Ttaais hmga» TictDiy «wr the S«. 'players. Ssn Francisco at Baltimore Phoenix at New Yoric Atlanta at Milwaukee Los Angdes at Seattte (Only games sdiednled) F =1 1=1 COMPUTER CONSULTANTS SAAS Comp«f.r Coi-lalt«llt <ri nor* tlliil daubliaa !• %\n • •cil y»«f. Tkii ctutii • ceniinusui nni ht tint ptvhiumiu Tk. 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