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v1 -P- -F- 1 i Monday, January 9, 1967 The Dally Record Gazette f. Hawaii Lures Coach Cougars in Breeze 6 South on Rise i i Because North Bowls 1 Em Over BEAUMONT Blowing over points and game tally honors, the winless Moreno Valley Vi- Strutting their stuff In the kings In Mg scoring gusts typ- double-figure bracket with big Worlds Scots defeated foe Elsinore Tigers 70-61 In foe DAL' while the Indio Rajahs ripped 29 Palms 98-50, Hemet's Bulldogs battered Palm Springs 92-65 and Yucaipa downed the Coachel-la Arabs 60-42 In DVL openers. Other contests of Pass Interest found foe boys Republic Rams nipping foe Twin Pines Ranchers 61-50 In an Arrowhead League opener, and the ML San JaclntoCollege Eagles clawing down tter Mira Costa Spartans 70-59 Saturday night In Hemet leal of the Pass area, the Beaumont High School Cougars Fri-' day night opened their De Ansa -League championship Md with a breezy 93-47 workout. -Gustiest of the Cougars around the cords was Jim Rrazie who has Mown hot and very cold for the. past Iseveral games.

This time he was "on and most of hfe shojft "In for 27 "IIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIII MT. SAN JACINTO COLLEGE Its getting so coaches Change Jobs before fielding their first team, so competitive Is the college gridiron business. Take the Eagles head football poach Myron Tarkanlan-he no longer Is. The Eagles donA start playing football-until fall, andal-ready their coach Is going to Hawaii. Not for vacation, fellas-for another Job.

Hell be offensive line coach at the University of Hawaii. Tarkanlan's letter of resignation asking for release March .1 will be considered by the college- district board of trustees during their meeting scheduled here' at 4 p.m. tomorrow. Tarkanlan became football coach here last year when the new campus opened. aping up a team fqr'play starting next September.

Small wonder Hawaii wants him. He hasnt lost a college game; Matter-of-fact with a 0-0 mark, hes un-tled and unscored upon. gon States Bob Grim was named the games outstanding back. Nebraskas Harry Wilson added to the heavier Norths ground attack. Baylors Terry1 Southall tossed a pair of touchdown passes for fee losing South squad, while Brigham Young's Virgil Carter also passed for a pair of touchdowns In the game.

Alabamas Ray Perkins starred for the South as a receiver. By United Press International The boys from "up have no aversions to warm In fad they, seem to do their best In nice sunshiny places like Honolulu, Mobile, and so on. Taka last weekend for Instance. The, North edged South 28-27 In the Hula Bowl at Honolulu Friday night and on Saturday a North squad downed another South te aid 35-13 in the Sailor Bowl at Mobile, Ala. The two wins gave the North a clean sweep of their four postseason bowl games against the South.

Earlier In the bowl season, -the North defeated the In the Shrine game at Miami, and the Blue North Jim were Larry Partaln with 19, Kerry Summers with 11 and Larry Shaw with 10. Shaw kept all meaningful scoring squalls by the Vikings down to a gentle breeze With 18 rebounds. Joining him on the muffle chore were Jerry Hobbs with 13, Summers. 9 and Tom Ecker 7. Adding a little bit more in the overall attack of coach jfm Quasts Cougars were assists by Hobbs (12) andSUmmers(lO).

Other scorers for the Cougars were Harry Shaw 9, Hobbs 6, Ecker 5, Mahana 4 and. Forrest King 2. The Beaumont boys flicked the nets with fielders 35 times to 23 for the Vikings and led from the charity stripe 23-1. Halftime score favored Beaumont 38-29. Dick Young's 23 points on 11 fields and one free throw paced the Cougar Junior Varsity past Moreno 62-49.

Bobby Cryder added 19 points. Beaumont led at Intermission 30-21. In other De Anza and Desert Valley League games, San Jacintos Tigers upset the Perris Panthers 45-40 and Rim of the tor the Eagles that was their ninth victory against three defeats prior to opening Desert' Conference play at College of the Desert next Saturday. SPORTS Hows That for Luck? Bears Face Bruins on Friday 13th Weekend Sports' Robert Presley paced the Ragles against foe Spartans with 18 points followed by Gllly Malone 16, Lurix Johnson 13, Smith 8, Art Lilly J.P. Mathew 5 and Tate 2.

SATURDAY SAN FRANCISCO (U PI) -Neal Stelnhauer set a worlds lndobr -shot put record with a toss "of 66-feet-6 3-4-inches In the All-American track and Held games. By United Press International scoring 28 points, had to battle 77-74 with Don Snyder and The lucky winner this week, for Its 78-67 win over Washing- nls Black teaming up for 40 cijTiii fa aalllst friends, Is California who has ton State which held a 54-53 points. The Broncos held the noutn in Montgomery the privilege of playing at top- lead during the second half. But Dons to a 38-38 standoff at half- ranked UCLA on Friday the Jim Nielsen bucketed one to send 13th. the Bruins back ahead and they But before facing- the Bears, stayed there.

Alclndor rah Into the Bruins complete a north- foul trouble during the second Montgomery, -Ala; The Hula Bowl was a match which saw two of the nations top quarterbacks battle for the laurels. Bob Grlese of Purdue time but then Black put USF ahead to stay with a Jump shot Dick KOlbergs 26 points helped U.C. Santa Barbara MAKES TEAM Tom Gola, former National Basketball Assn, and LaSalle University cage star, Is now on a ntw team the Pennsylvania General The three-time All-American was elected to office from Philadelphia. (NEA Telephoto) Halftime score was 34-25 In favor of foe San-Jac dunked 29 fielders to 21 for the Spartans, but was topped at the foul line 17-12. ST.

LOUIS (UPI) Owner Ben Kemer said he would sell his St. Louis Hawks of the National Basketball Association for $3.8 million to a New Orleans group. wreck San Jose State, 96-75. Howie Demmelmaier added 17 while Steve Schlink scored 22 for the Spartans. Loyola bowed to San Diego University 74-66 In overtime of a non-conference game.

Notch All Super in Super Bowl PERTH. Australia (UPI) ITH. An LOS, ANGELES "Super Sights and Sounds Is the theme of a spectacular pre-game and halftime, show planned for the AFL-NFL World Championship half and sat part of It out. Rich Baker had a perfect night on the floor and aL the line for Stanford Inputting away 14polnts which helped them down Oregon State 58-51. Baker clicked on four opt of four shots from foe floor and.

all six of his charity attempts.Vince Fritz had 13 for the Beavers. Southern California, 1-0 In the league, never trailed while doming Washington, 83-74. The were led by Jim Marsh and Bill Hewitt who had 24 and 21 points respectively Gordy Harris put away IT in a cause. Suss Crltcfafleld hit for 22 Ing bandsman-move five yards In eight short steps. Most bands take six steps to move five Music -on-the move Is among the reason why only one girl-Chiefs and Green Bay Packers at a- majorette works with tha the Los Angeles Coljdeum Sun- TOD AY PORTS PARADE Baseball Has Heart Grambllng band.

Hutchinson feels coeds cant stand the strain of the bands quick tempo. The- University of Arizona band Is directed by jack Lee and features world dumping drum major Dick Nancy Richey of Dallas and Rosemary Casals of San Francisco teamed to win the womens doubles title In. the west Australian lawn tannin cham-piqushipe MOBILE, Ala. (UPI) The North squad beat the South In the annual Senior Bowl Independents Mel Daniels was too much for Seattle; scoring 29 points to pace New Mexico to Its win over foe Chleftans whose Tom Workman got 12. The Lobos held a 38-26 halftime lead amf then broke loose after passed for three touchdowns and booted a field goal to lead the North to victory.

On the South team, Floridas Steve Spurrier, the Helsman -Tropjby winner, passed for 281 yards In the losing cause. Grlese and Dave Williams brought the North back from a 20-16 deficit'. In the fourth quarter -when the Purdue quarterback connected with Williams on a 43-yard touchdown play early In the period. Less, than a minute later Grlese struck once more, and again it was to Washingtons Williams on a 40-yard JD pass to secure the win for the North. Missouris Charlie Brown paced the Souths when Spurrier was not passing" and gained 111 yards and -two touchdowns in earning the outstanding -back, of the game award.

Williams was named the outstanding lineman In the qpn-test. After six years of frustrating to the South, the North bard running and hard-defensive play to win the Senior Bowl Ray McDonald scored mice for the North and gained valuable yardage with his brute strength and hard-running. Ore-: Coach Screams western Invasion tonight when they meet Washington. Southern California Is at Washington State also tonight. UCLA boosted its season mark to 9-0 last Saturday by downing.

the scrappy Cougars, 76-67, and now are 1-0 In conference play. Stanford, leading the race with a 2-0 mark as the result of a weekend sweep over Ore-golT'and Oregon State, Is at Southern California Friday then visits the Bruins $aturday. A top-notch battle In the West Coast A.C. also Is on tap Friday the 13th when the University of the Pacific faces for University of Sab Francisco. UpP, the defending conference champ, defeated USF In the flnai of the conferences tournament ten days ago, 54-51.

Seattle, king among the west coasts Independents, hosts Portland on Tuesday. The Chleftans (10-2) will seek to rebound from an 80-60 loss sustained. at fourth-ranked New Mexico Saturday. A rundown on Saturdays Pacific Eight 1 UCLA, with Lew Alclndor Buckpasser "points as California downed Oregon, 75-61, most of them (rc fit Allltfl -coming on quick Jumpers. The I HI 111 IIIIIIU Bears also out-rebounded foe 49-38 and sent them Into foe.

Pac Eight cellar with an' 0-2 mark. ARCADIA (UP!) Ogden. West Coast Athletic Conference -Phipps? Horse of the Year, UOP opened defence of Buckpasser, makes his first league crown with an 88-63 win start as a 47year-old Saturday at Santa 'Anita In foe $50000 Fernando Stakes. over St. Marys although.

Keith Swagerty was held to seven i intermission. Under the direction of famed Southern California showman Tommy Walker, the pageantry post-season college football includes such super attractions as the GrambHngollege Tiger Band from 193-plece University of Arizona Band, the Bell Rocket Air Men, a 2 00-voice chorus, 300 pigeons and 10,000 balloons. Walker, former USC band director, and Disneyland pageant director who formed his own production company three months ago, predicts the Super Bowl show will be "one of the finest football pageants ever, presented opening, halftime -7 end closing. Its a super show HOUSTON 1 (UPI) The Uni- for a Super BowL verslty of South Carolina was 19, PUced 0. ptobttta Sunday tor, years by the NCAA tor; Fernanda as aid rules Involving seven ath- to cSeunsfiu A winner of 13 out of 14 races as a 3-year-old when his earnings scored past the $1 million mark, Buckpasser will the 1 12 mile San two stone to the $100,000 Charles bounds.

Dave Faxs26 points lead the attack while Pete Poo-tack had 17 for foe Gaels. USF defeated. Santa -Clara, AV H. Sfrub Stakes Jan. 28.

Hutchinson! By MILTON RICHMAN NEW YORK (UPI) -Johnny Keane was so proud, ha wouldnt hear of anyone feeling sorry for him; .7 Whether he would or not they did. the reason most baseball people felt sorry for him was because here was a man several cuts above most men and" It hurfc to see him standing around, with his hat folds hand so to speak, lnnMng foj a Job. 7 It hurt a lot of officials to see him that way at the baseball meetings In Columbus, Ohio, and Pittsburgh' fix weeks ago, but only me of them did anything about It. His name Is Fred Haney and has general manager of the California Angels. Doing things like that Isnt something with Haney.

He likes to help people, and although he has over him, sometimes he does things of this sort on his own. Hes a little guy, but he has a lot of guts, 7 Anyway, Mm gave Keane this Job as "special scouL The nafne of foe Jgb Is something of a giveaway. And It was asort of special one created for Keane. It wasnt exactly what he wanted; but It made him happy. He was on foe way tack again.

Back on foe track which he hoped would Ulttoiateiytead to anodfy numagerifolp.V;' Okay now JoimT a friend asked hlm after foe Angels "Fine, he smiled. "1 think everything rill be okay." It wairthe time he had smiled bookfog em with the Angels, Keane had been a rafoer lone-some, pathetic figure In foe hotel lobbies wherfc they bald the basebril convention. y. He' was. lonesome by choice.

He had more friends than he knew but he didnt want to be a burden on any of them. He did not want them to fotak he was after them for a Job. Bing foe new president of the Mete, ndKeane were almost brothers, but John would never Impose himself upon the Mete, group because he felt such an action might be misinterpreted. he was careful not to Intrude his presence upon foe Yankees, the club which had let tym go earlier In foe yer. That jsas the kind of man he was.

He bore them no malice because he understood the nature of baseball. Keane wanted to manage again. And more than anything else, he. wanted to manage another major league club. No one likes to finish last even nice guys.

People who thought Keane was a poor manager made a' mistake. Gussie Busch once had to admit that mistake In public; Now hls sudden passing; there is foe tendency to try to locate foe blame for Keanes death. Here, again people can make a mistake. At Officiating? So Whats New I vilRlWUti WPOOTS BDfflOB SNTIRPRIM ASSOCIATION Buckpasser made his western debut Dec. 31 with a victory In the seven furlong Malibu Stakes for 3-year -olds and raced to a half-length victory.

"Grambllng cadence varies from 90 to 220 beats (steps) per' mlnutd. Many bands use a Cadence which only varies from. 130 to 145 beats. Grambl- MONTREAL (UPI) Canada rallied from behind to gain a 3-3 tie with foe Russian national Ice hockey, team In an International exhibition, By UPI Sports didnt happen captured more attention in college basketball last weekend than 'f rli 1 1 fj 2 y'ft hi (Tenth in a series) By SKEETER WERNER With Doak Walker Written for Newspaper Enterprise Assn. bare the-Vankeei -7 where DALLASTexas (NEA) The.

story is undoubtedly' apocryphal' but Paul Homing was telling it In the Green Bay what did happen. dressing room before foe Dallas showdown. After foe Packers North Carolina State didnt Tipi Shed the season in Lon Angeles, they flew Into Green Bay finish Its game' and Lew the. weather two degrees below zero and a party waiting Alclndor didnt get a fifth foul'' for them ait the airport. 7 Saturday and those "two facts Before coaicb Vince Lombardi could tear himself away, he wab numb.

He came Into foe Lombardi manse and embraced wife Marie. she shuddered, "your hands are cold. "In this house, Marie, said the Packer coach, you can call me Vinnfe. "f.y Lombardi laughed louder than foe rest when he heard It State 60-55, Hornung, incidentally, will be married In Hawaii- after the Conley forfeited TSuper Bowl, reducing the ranks of glamorous bachelorhood. The Packers uniformly claimed Jhe tension of the NFL title game got to the Cowboys and affected them in the last spine-tingling moments.

"I know you get sd nervous before a game, said defensive tackle Henry Jordan, "you get weak. I know they were more nervous. They had to be because they'd never been here before. Bid quarterback Don Meredith, at kept Ms cool l5ay before the game, he came Into foe dressing rdom sporting a stitched' gash along foe (slde of his cheek from temple to chin and, said hed walked through a glass door. The Cowboys gasped, 'until Dandy, as he calls himself, pulled the gash.

away It had been applied fay a theatrical make-upman After 1 the bitter last-gasp failure at the two-yard line rubbed out the Cowboys, Meredith was explaining the bootleg option he had called In foe huddle. Patiently, he outlined his reasoning and foe various possibilities that opened up If fod Packers reacted as they were supposed to (aUwxcept linebacker Dave. Robinson "Of course, sighed Don as he recalled the tension of the situation, "you realized all that went through my mind as I sat there calmly writing to call the play. Cowboys shouldnt feel too bad at getting the short end of the payoff Mick. Buddy longtime NFL fog North referee the game to Maryland because NCR7 Coach Norm Sloan was protesting his calls; Conley had- Just called a double technical foul on Sloan for bis remar ks before 'ending game.

At top-ranked UCLA got Its first scare of the seaspnT In Its first conference game Its first game away from home. With UCLA nursing a 52-48 leal with 12 minutes left, Alclndor received his fourth foul and was benched asWashlngtouStatetook a 54-53 lead. But Alclndor came-, back Into fof game with four fonfe and led the Bruins to a victory as he scored 28 of foe seven teams 1ft foe nations' fop 10. to action coach fha "Well," someone commented, "I see broke Johnny KeanesT heart." "Maybe, replied a Yankee official who overheard Ihe remark, "our hearts are broken, too." He was telling the truth. -The parallel turn is a bit easier tojearn if tried, with a shade more speed than the turiis pt-eviously mentioned.

the when youre trying to maneuver two skis locked together around a There are no wheels to Instead, you. twist your feet while rotating the body in an opposite direction, and get the skis to' comply with your will by unweigh tinghem at the il Saturday were with only seventh-ranked Provl? dance, whlch was spilled by Can-islns 79-73 In overtime, falling. Third ranked North Carolina Juri edged Duke 59-56, as Larry Miller it with a late NBA STANDINGS By United Press international Eastern Division W' lia Philadelphia 39 4 Boston 28 11 New York 23 21 Ctactouati 23 8. 37 Westenrbivision W. 27 14, 19 17 16 San Francisco SL Louis Detroit Los Aftgeles From the traverse position, with a down motion of.

the body, the edge of the downhill Remember, in the ski is set, 7 Chic ago quit foe Steelers last year, remembers playing in foe. 1935 1 traverse, this rid is lhalf a JU th yi No $280 as his khare for title; also got $100 a TURN: by Doak Walker. 1.17 Sundays Results MOVINOWITH rCARI EVERYWHEM" salary is quite a change, too. vSo I made $1 ,480 for foe says Buddy. "But then I keep thinking 1 only p.

by adequate angulation. insur- paid $585 for a brand new an( inside. ak( fe jne the weieht on the down Parker, now retired and living In his home town of Kemp, atlvanca' pegs Loon Hart. as foe athlete wifofoe greatest amount Of ability (hiring his eoaehfiur caroar "nirt niuUv ovno plicd SB THE PARALLEL Then turning power is ap-' poaching career. "But.

Buddy Layne, filed aa the outride ahmilder ing the weight on the downhill' I realize that in such a brief' space this sounds complicated weighting; which xalmost acts 7., like a 1 Cln. 126 BaU. 94 At thto crucial stage of ski Detnl 115 progress, believe aft in phUa 117 Chicago 108 structor is vital to insure that New York .121 Los Ang your. form Is correct. and to observers at foe notes Buddy, "was foe beSt foofoaU playir.

-brought slightly back. TRANSMISSION and doesn't dwell on such auxiliary items as the. part lay In the turn )y planting the inside pole at the end of the doWn motion Just before un-; youre usihg your body Then youre on to pure en North Carolina State- Maryland gams. Sloan was continually, yelltagi at Conley and even made a fist at foe referee while disputing his calls. Alter foe game be followed Conr of advanced tech- important be- the poles can down iyou can help joyment niques.

John Mecom new owner of foe New Orleans franchise to foe NFL; is btisUy engaged lit such pursuits as picking name or hls team, since. Itll bft only seven months before it actu- ally takes foe fleld for foe 'first exhlbltlwt game, "I guess, ley Into foe refs dressing roomaid John, "lfll be But (me woman wrote to and and foe two men could be heard suggested we call foem foe Orangutans. The zpo had down, killing the orangutans, so this 1 would Screaming at each other. be (NEXT: Wedeln). -Agant for Unityd Vontinw p-Prn Estimates 1 j.

The. body assumes angula tlbm ltts is cause, with a edge plete the turn; and -how much FLOYD SOME MORE PHILADELPHIA (UPI Cassius Clay said Sunday his iMxt heavyweight title fight after he defeats Ernie Terrell Feb. 6 to Houston, will be to Tokyo, against ex-champ Ffoyd Patterson. 51 Storaw FENCING Homo Ranch Industry 5 or FREE ESTIMATES EASY TERMS COMPtETE. SERVICEV.

849-3131 Moving rmrmfl AN AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER IS AYEAR-AR0UND GIFT FOR M0THDI ALL APPLIANCE SERVICE 11 S3 W. RAMSEY BANNING But John T. Caldwell, dum-. cellor of North Carolina State University, Sunday issued a statement supporting Sloaft, Claiming he.htdTdbne nothing that any way was unusual or Oban refused to comment on. the officiating or the Incident but did- say.

It was a mannefed and orderly game and other than foe fact we lost, It; was a great game. them, And' also -to heavy print; underlined, she said- gutans'. reminded her of football players foe namflt fectly. I dont quite agree with her, though. i A man In the little town Meadow, tofoefiayou -country.

South of New Orleans, wrote, to Mecom foe other day and ordered 1,000 season tickets. Between younme, quarterback Bart Starr had foe firm support of coach Lombardi to passing against foe Cowboys to foe. last: minutes of foe title, game, although foe Packers wdre trying to protect a seven-point lead. "I learned a long time ago, said Vince, "how you can get hurt sitting on a lead That was back in 1955, when the Bears tied ns, 17-17, on a couple of long passes to Harlou H11L 1 9 BEASliEYlS RIVERSIDE FENCE CO. 5686 MISSION BLVD.

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