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Gassif led, Shipping, Radio, TV. Comics, Amusements Phone L. B. 70-5951 JT V L O N G B E A C H V - Independent LONG BEACH 12, CALIF, MONDAY, MARCH I, 1954 Edited bv DAVE LEWIS Page 13 For a race that was doped to be one of the most "wide open" in the history of the event, the Santa Anita Handicap took a rather strange turn. It not only was won by the favorite .at the surprisingly low odrisof 9-5 but at no time Carter 3-1 Choice in Title Bout Lightweight Champ Battles DeMarco in TV Feature Friday N E W Y O R K -- (AP). ^Lightweight champion^ Jim- Getaway Week at Santa Anita Ihe" fac W Carter, winner of his last there were 17 in the field. |three title fights by KnOCK- In looking back over one of IgutS IS a 3-1 favorite to beat the most spectacular major ' chal i cn g er p a ddy DeMarco' '' .tigured prominently as winner were Rejected, Imbros, and Cyclotron, and that's how 'they finished . . . 1-2-3. As we pointed out Saturday a 15-round championship the contest at Madison Square Garden Friday night. This will be the ninth title for the 30-year-old New about that nag picking Ihe win-, Ike nearly three n c r ? ) the Big 'Cap was going-yeais ago. to be the roughest run race since; The 26-year-old DeMarco, a the 1947 "rocleo" won bv Olhav- hot fighter two and three years errv. ^go and just a mediocre battler And it was, too. .last year, gained a No. 4 rank- Almost every horse in t h e | i n g and his title, shot by outrace experienced trouble of some pointing Ralph Dupas, the New kind. Orleans flash, on Jan. 2. Even Rejected was bumped as! Carter, who lost his crown to he started his spectacular drive 'La-jro Salas in '52 and regained f-orn last place, j i t five months later, stopped As Willie Shoemaker drove Tommy Collins in four rounds, JGcorgie Araujo in 13 and Ar- irianci Savoie in five in title lights last year. Jimmy's record is 65-16-8 with seven kayos. He's been stopped once. DeMareo's record is 67-11-2 with seven kayos. He was stopped on cuts once and Shoemaker I weight champion, who takes on go between any Charlie Slaughter o£ Boston ia a non-title affair at Akron, O., liim botwpen two horses -- Nenrn.iHH on the outside and J.nffango on the rail -- Laf- fango borr out and bumped Krjfoted when Jockey N'irk Shiik had to take up sharply w i t h him as tlicy started nround the f a r t u r n . . -However, Rejected _recoveycd| by Sandy Saddler the feather- quickly . . " ' ' ' didn't "try to more horses. He couldn't lake a chance ofj Thursday. saving ground by threading his| The Carter-DeMarco fight, way through the field . . . so!starting at 7 p. m., PST, will be h " " t o o k the "overland route,";broadcast (ABC) and telecast circling the reft of t h e field and: (NBC) coast to coast, f i n a l l y swinging clrar out to the Tonight's feature at Brook- nrdrlie of t r o t r a c k as he lyr.'s Kastcrn Parkway Arena t h u n d e r e d i n t o thp home s t r e t c h ' m a t c h e s once - beaten Tommj to keep out of trouble in hi? ( H u r r i c a n e i Jackson of Ne\\ f i n a l chars;". 'York a n d Clarence Henry Shoemaker a'.so whipped hin-. eighth-ranking heavyweight con- Irft-handod =. couple of times'tender from Los Angeles. This through the stretch to keep him .should be a slugfest all the way from possibly lugging in on t h e ! On Wednesday, Holly Mims horses he was rolling past a t - t h e Washington. D. C., veteran breakneck speed. !who handed Willie Troy his only j, Jr -fa defeat, takes en Moses Ward INDIAN HEMP MKT the most h u s k y, hard-hitting Detroit t m u n i - " o f any of t h e horses, ·youngster, at Detroit s Olympic J c h n n v Loncden had planned Arena. Ward was knocked out In keen' him iust off t h e pace in eight rounds by Troy i rii-ring t h e early going . . . then .thrilling no-clinch tat!.e -.o'o on the leaders around the;eral weeks ago, The .Mims-Waid j'.., t l .,. n i ten-rounder will be telecast r.a- But at t h r break. I n d i a n tionally by CBS at 7 p. m. PST Hemp stumbled and fell to his The week's program includes knCCS. his head almost t o u c h i n g A t Brooklyn ( K a s t c r n Parkway! t h e ground. It happened so fast;Tom:r.^ V-i.iV r en r -VT.cnry a Tos"An.:e : 4s' i h R t the mishap was noticed by! he °. 1rvli( .^'· in':"TM!." Boston' ('yeciiar.icsi.' only a h a n d f u l of the thousands j «|TM r « JTM}'£. up0rr ° ( . v ; 1Fd . ee ^'j; i! ^ iiI ji l . n "'. viewing the race. I i n Longden "picked him up" °" beautifully and got him going . . . hut a mishap of that kind iisuiilly takes a lot out of a hnrsn. The accident, of course, T.ongden's pre-race strategy. Where he had planned to be well up in the field at the club- onlv one horse beaten--Rejecte " in a sev- 'at Holyoke, Mass.. Art !M'.::iin. , Philadelphia, vs. Johnny O'Erier., . p a - . t i - ers, £ ; at San Francisco, Jess Florr?. : San Francisco, vs. Tommy Mar.aois. I.OF I Anzeles. llchts. 10: at Detroit { M o t o r | C i t y ) , Chuck Russell. vs. King ,_ Solomon, ChlcaEO. middles, S. Tl-ESPAY Vikings' Gym Logical Site for PCC Playoff A formal announcement that the Pacific Coast Conference championship basketball series between Southern California and Oregon State will be played in the Long Beach City College gym this weekend is expected to be made at noon today. ; r It is believed Trojan officials of the current season, de- will approve the LBCC gym as feating Hawaii twice, and dis- the site for the playoffs this played enthusiasm over the floor morning at which time the school and facilities. The gym seats will apply for rental of the gym- 3500. spectators comfortably. Late Saturday night R. S. (Spec) Keene, athletic director nasium from the Board of Edu| cation. The board will hold its regu-'of Oregon State, telephoned Willar meeting this afternoon a n d j l i s O. Hunter. Trojan athletic 'any application for use of the director and offered to hold the .Viking gym will undoubtedly re- series in the Oregon State gym, ceive its OK. ' .one of the finest in the west. It . The two - out - of - three game seats 11.000 spectators, [scries will be played Friday and; However, Hunter refused the [Saturday nights with a third: offer ... naturally. Host teams jgame, if necessary, on Monday usually win the PCC title, 'night. i strangely enough, the follow| Virtually all other available! ing week end, tlie Western 'courts were ruled . out Sunday,] XCA.-V playoffs will be held in Heaving the LBCC gym as t h e j the Oregon State gym at Cor-' liogical site. I OLYMPIC, SHRINE OUT Trojan's ref lar home vnllis. Preliminary indications point The Trojan's ref lar home,to the Trojans being installed court, the Pan-Paci...c auditor-'slight favorites over Oregon um, is unavailable because o f i s t a t e by the oddsmakers.- jthe Motorama show. Two other.gon, which was nodded by the .possibilities, the Olympic and the!Beavers for the Northern Di- I Shrine auditoriums, both near vision title, was soundly trounced 'the SC campus, were ruled out by UCLA in two early season by Forrest Twogood and the SC exhibitions in the Westwood players. They do not care to play and also lost to Stanford in ;.n those pavilions. .southern invasion. Troy's coach has favored thfi City College Rym all along and considers it to have the best facilities of any in Southern California. The local gymnasium is well suited for TV and southern ENCOUNTERED TKOTJBLE The Beavers, meanwhile, encountered much trouble from the Oregon Wcbfoots. The most impressive victory recorded by the "in and out" Oregon State team was its early season victory over Indiana, de- fencing NCAA champion. The Beavers won the second of a t w o - g a m e series after COMING DOWN THE BACKSTRETCH at Santa Anita, sun and shadows combine into an interesting pattern as a field of horses fight for positions nearing the final drive to the wire. Similar scenes are expected during getaway week beginning Tuesday. Saturday's 3100,000 San Juan Capistrano Handicap, on turf, winds up the 50-day meeting,--(UP Photo.) who was "loafing" along in thc 1 *TM;^'"TM- vs.'oova small. Boston rrar as per instructions. ' ' ' AT Lonstden made a bold move ^.^'^/^[^..'vS'/ ci'.'rou' Tl K.SHAI '-mm- 11 Til Beach. Fla.. Billy 1il?ore, /S/fl ,, _ I f _ _ . _ . . !. W a l t e r e a r l i e r . New York. /I/I J l f l / l ' V i n ; at Sacramento. ;1FJ. C*l/l/1/ V I,os Angeles, vs. Art .Sotn, | ·/ middles, 12: at r i n c l n n n t L \ J f · n'?-'i.; m i.,-n ea V"' A ^ r r l p i . TM. ' ·tlL I V JLjUl o t J f l / I / f t ' Tennis Finals a t Portland. Me.. Clarence Samp- · the PCC has already offered the playoff series to television. Announcement of the telecast is expected to be made early I this week. i The Trojans played two games; in the Viking gym at the begin-! (Continued on Page 15, Col. Palmer Takes Mexico Tee Title ' MEXICO CITY--(AP). Johnny Palmer of Char- ·lotte, N. C., sank a putt on the last hole Sunday for a two under par 286 to nose out Argentina's Roberto DC Vicenzo for the Mexican Open Championship. The victory gave Palmer S291CT first prize money in the S12.200J -w-j T%T T tourney over the 6679-yard, par-i rffft^t ff I W-_Tf tk 172 Club Mexico course. De Viccn-'JL \.1A/1119 1 ~ Lt/l/ jzo's second place v;as worth $1720! --a difefrence of $1200 which de-.| rfl f rf\ · J _ pcnded on one putt. I j f i l l f* ft i J 11, Third prize money of $1380 * UUtstl I. Ill went to Johnny Witzel of Her- TiiVRsn.vr w i t h Indian Hemp down the.middies, 10. backstretch, but as he tried to, weave his way through the pack srhu»^. New ^ nrK ^ 1 |jJ- le ^' r !J5i l . y . 1 C" ; y c '^!: r.earing the half-rr.ile pole h e : a r k . ' x . J.'. 'Joimm- NOPI. "Nrw 'York', vs. ~_ -- i^* r t ~ "hlinr. QVi-itrh" a n d K u r - e v Sanders. N e w a r k , mldd'.ps. S: x'* ran into a blind anci.j.^. R|v( , r Mn ,,.. Booby Enciisn. Fail P.oy A n d r e w s . T^owell. Mass.. had to take up ... losing a few more lengths. Johnny got him back In full stride again and bad him rolling nlcrly at thp end . . . finally finishing f i f t h some B'.i lengths behind Ke.ioctod. Even if I n d i a n Hemp wouldj- s ' : " a t "p'hTiadpi'iihfa." J i m m y " snv~ Pniin- fcave had smoother sailing, how-.dfiphia^ y^ Johnny Lone, rver it is still d o u b t f u l if he-' ' " " s A T f n n A V ' ' D a y t o n O.. P.OC'KV Casilln. r n t - , vs.' JC.PV K l e i n . N e w York v,-el- i n - a t Tlollvwonrt. Faheln r h a . . . . . w.ier.". -.0: at A k r o n . O.. S n r d v f*.!er Ne^- York. vs. rharlle P l a n c h t e r , B-stnr;. f e a t h e r s . 1T: at H a r t f o r d , f n - r . G r a h a m TTolmes. M a n c h e s t e r , rrr.r. . vs. Tommy Tibbs, Boston, l l c h t s , S. T-'RinAT At Xew York G a r d c r , 1 . l i c h t w e l p h t Champion Ji -- m y C a r t e r . New Y o r k . vs. Psc'.i'.v neMarco. New York, t l l l e Jiqut All's Gem Out for Year; i Rejected Goes Saturday i.a.K.,^1, - j SANTA ANITA--Ali's Gem, four-time stakes winner, emerged as the only casual- seeded Art Larsen of San Lc-'ty among the 17 thoroughbreds that contested the 17th running of the Santa Anita andro, Calif., Sunday when their lHan( 3j cap Saturday. His injury appears serious enough to keep the. colt sidelined for " i n a l c r Y i n f i i J i i n 1-Virt i V , T i a w i T r n - i _ ! _ . . MIAMI, Fla. -- £). Gardnar Mulloy, v e t e r a n Miami campaigner, held the edge over top- Norm Van Brocklin pitched shey, Pa., withi28S--everi par for t , touchdown passes Sunday t h e course. They were t h e only , , _ . , ,, three finishers who broke or tied to s P ark tne Los Angeles Rams par. ' to a 26-13 exhibition victory De Viccnzo's golf was three over the San Pedro Dolphins in strokes better than Palmer's Sun- a touch football game at Daniels day, but it wasn't good enough Field in San Pedro, to overcome Johnny's four-strokej Halfback Skeet Quinlan, third lead going into the finals. leading ground gainer in the De Vicenzo posted a 74 f or 287, ! NFL last season, hauled in one finals matcii in the Miami Invi-. , -i 0 _ = t tational tennis tournament was| d t leatlT; d halted by rain. The ]ate developing son of Mulloy, the defending cham- Alibhai and two times a winner pion and the third ranked plaver ovc , r tne fast stepping Imbros, in the tournament, won the first 11^ 8 down on the stretch turn set 6-2. Larsen had a 3-2 lead in! m Saturday's race just as Ret h e second set, with Mulloy's ! J ected was starting his powerful Palmer 77 for 285. "I almost threw it away on the last few holes," said Palmer, who did just that in the recent Texas Open when, lead- K o n f o n "Ppirrrnrl ocnien j.e.irctea. KH/.abetn. i service coming up. when the match was postponed. It will be resumed at that point today. : ns AS WE POIXTF.n Ol'T Si:n-|Ar.=e day in cur story of the race, t h e , surprise performance of t h e race 1 was turned in by Imbros. Although Imbros. recognized a the swiftest a n i m a l at Santa A n i t a and possibly in thoroughbred racing today, was the logi-; ral pacesetter off his record . . .' most observers figured Trainer Willie Molter was going to t r y . and rate him for three reasons:] (11 the tremendous speed in the : race: (2) pacesetters have never; fared too well in the Big 'Cap, 1 and (3) Molter's strategy in an overnight handicap a week before when he had Jockey Ray York try to rate him and bring' him from behind. , i. He finished dead last in that : . : mile and one-sixteenth race i : : 19 lengths behind the winner 1 1 -- Berseem. ! silt isn't the first time they've 4, 'ried to run him from behind,!;;' hut they've never been success-!;: ful w i t h t h a t type of perform- !j anco. He's not t h a t type of hor=e. j He's the kind t h a t has to b-| "ridden all out" all the way. I f | a jockey sits still on him o r " takes a' tight hold, he loses interest in the proceedings. All three of his wins at Santa Anita were wirc-to-wire performances . . . one of which saw him establish a new world's record for seven furlongs. And his vs. J u a n l.'.ils Campos. Los winning run from behind. His injury was diagnosed asi a ruptured ligament in his left In the opening set, Mulloyjforcleg just above the ankle, gained a decided advantage with| Trainer Joe Dunn was very blue Sunday and said he would rather it had happened to him- Icffective low shots that nicked Ithe'corners of the baseline. Keep- ,ing Larsen away from the net, 'he built a 5-1 lead and after j allowing Larsen to win the sey- jenth game on his service, closed jout the set by aceing the Cali- ·fornian on set point. I After completing their singles jmatch, Mulioy and Larsen will 'meet the Miami team of David Harum and Buddy Belirens in the men's doubles finals today. was the best in the barn since Trusting slowed down. Berg Duo Cops., 4-3 ORLANDO, Fla. -- (L'.E). Veterans Patty Berg of Chicago and Pete Cooper of Tampa, Fla., scored a 4 and 3 victory Sunday self than to the horse. Ali's Gem over Mrs. Grace DeMoss Smith, Coral Gables, Fla., and George Bolesta, Tampa, to win the 13th annual International Mixed Two- Ball golf tournament. Miss Berg and Cooper jumped j to a 1-up lead on the fourth hole] of the morning round and ware !never headed. At one point in the; 136-hole match the duo held a "He was running real good when I saw him break down just as the field was straightening; for home," said Dunn. "I thought he had a r e a l chance then and felt sure }\s was going to .get a piece of the purse." Dunn said the horse would|- m manding 1 "4-up" margin." unW "nex't sprin? I The - v were three ho]es "P head' B u d d y Hlrsch"iaid Rejected, I 5 "? '?° «-f afternoon round and. High Scud and By Zeus all came clinched the match on the 33rd *· - -- -- -· , p. nn j|ho!e when Cooper sank a lo-foot ntrv fin! PUtt for a birdie two. The last scoring pass, good for 52 yards, in the first quarter. The Ranis added three touchdowns in the second period. Van Brocklin passed to Stan West for the second score shortly after Dick Daugherty intercepted a Dolphin pass. Van Brock- ing four strokes on the final day, he lost to Chandler Harper 1 of Chattanooga, Tenn. The dramatic 18th hole h a d i l i n followed with a payoff i the gallery of over 1000 tense to Bob Boyd. r and excited. | The Rams' final score came on | De Vicenzo drove into the tree a razzle-dazzle play t h a t had ,and then took three to get ontolBilly Wade pitch a lateral to the green. But his liner landing Rudy Bukich. who in turn hurled on the green had the ball only a 30-yarrier to Tom Fears in the one foot from the hole. He sank end zone. it easily. " W ade, the Rains' bonus draft Palmer drove well, out over- choice j n 1932 , b u t in the Navy shot the green and the oa;l wont the t 1wo s t o f f a 4Q _ tnrough the crowd. His chip shot d r u n t h e rirst time the onto the green was wild--12 feet h a f j t!ne j, a ]]_ from t h e hole. H e missed h i s _ , ' , ,, ' .,, Paul Cameron, All-America UCLA tailback who reports to the Pittsburgh Steelers this fall, was the Dolphin star. Cameron accounted for both Dolphin TDs with a 30-yard dash to Bob iSchroeder I Bill Stits. and a 10-yarder to 19 0--26 6--13 Vikes, Grant Tech Vie; In State Cage Opener SACRAMENTO--W). basketball teams who over the shape. His three-horse entry fin TONY 1RABERT Wins Title From Seixas JIMMY CARTER Favored in Title Scrap weekend captured the champion- -jships of California's major junior college leagues fight it out 'for the state title starting here Thursday. Long Beach of the Metropolitan Conference takes on Grant |Tech, Sacramento, of the Golden Valley Conference in the opener. ished first, fourth and seventh. Rejected, now the winner of $217,300 for the King Ranch after having once been risked for a S8000 claiming price, will be given a chance to add to his nine holes were played in a heavy downpour of rain. _Mrs. Smith and Bolesta man-; aged to come within one hole o f j tying the match when they! parred the fourth hole of the aft- Buffalo Win earnings as he is slated to comejernoon round. But the veterans i right back in the San Juan Cap-!shot even par and scored threej first putt. The ball was two feet from the hole, and a miss would have tied up the tournament. Palmer took his time, and as , the partisan pro-De Vicenzo crowd held its breath, he barely curved in for the title. Tied for fourth with 289 and Rams 7 splitting the 52500 prizes \vere, Do! P nins ° J Ralph Blomquist of GlendaleJ 'Calif., Wally Ulrich of Ma pie- 1 wood, N. J. and Jay Hebert,' Woodmere, N. Y. Palmer's do-or-die putt was the; emotional climax of the 10th annual tourney which saw some excellent golf--putts up to 50 feet NORMAN, Okla. -- (U.E). Bill --and some very poor exhibitions, i Jennings, University of Okla- Percy Clifford, Mexico City,' homa back n e ld coach, Sunday won top amateur trophy with a announced his resignation to ??!,'.f.!?;? 0 I 1 . n 15 J ; 3 .,. S .V, n ^Li e , C ;.take a job with * drilling com- Aide Quits . BUFFALO, N. Y. --(U.E). Na-;° nd w ' a s favoredI Frank Sranahan pany in Texas _ The resignation (birdies for the rest of (Continued on Page 14, Col. 2) and the victory. Only One Berth Open in NIT ·/ j. the wayitional singles champion Tony Trabert defeated Davis Cup - t e a m m a t e Vic Seixas in a gruel- ling match S u n d a y , 6-4, 14-12 of Toledo with 304. John Paimsr .... (szpi'fl R. De Vicer.zo (S1720) 72- J o h n n y Weltzel (S13SO) «-Ti -70-77-- : efforts _Saturday earn him the an " d Bowling Green'we're named j t th National invitation Tour' - - distinction of carving out one of the most blistering paces racing history for a route After a race is run, it NEW YORK--(JP. Holy Cross it was on the basis of this, com" bined with 'the fact that the Ucor.ns have the better New jnament Sunday night -- leaving England record, that swerved ' i only one more berth to be filledJNCAA officials in their direction. await the outcome of the South- determine entries in the NAIA west Conference race Tuesday before deciding. Wichita, ,one of the schools named for the tourney, is a . *. nr»p .s Tim it IQ U1I1 . V u11 ^ i i i u i c um til ',u uc niicLi|i\v^.ri^i uiiluiclJS ill Liieir uireutiuil. Hdiucu lui Lilt; luuiuc.*, la a. uiutru iduub iui Luuiimiiic.ii. Alter a TMTM '" t o check · while Connecticut was select-jConnecticut shows a 13-0 Newldoubtful starter, however. in the NCAA competition: ·ack over the form c h a r t s and ed to re P rcsent ^" ew England in'England mark and Koly Cross is- The National Collegiate Cham-! Ivy League--Cornell (9- tournament at Kansas City the week of March 8. Here at a : 72-fi7-74-7^ -- 2 S 7 , u n r n n nl 73-72-70-73-- 2S8 nt TM*- ."- - -- !is effective June 1. The 33-vear-old former h p ne to win the Buffalo Tennis - - - -- .. _ Raich Biomquist (sssi) 79-70-69-71-- 2^9 job witn the Noble Drilling Co. Wally U J r l c b .... (SR51J 73-70-72-74-- 2S? , 1 1 i f o ^-^ ,,,,,-.,, ,,,,:,, rr° !,,, Zf.Z";^:^^ | at its Fort Worth office. He Squash Club invitation i n d o o r j J u H n N r t . : " ~ . . . . . _ T3-s!i-75-73--29bibeen an tennis tournament. -·-.. . Trabert, who flew here Saturday morning after helping Cin- inc Mexican plaer) Jerry Kesselrlne (S433) Ed "Furso! 72-73-70-7l--2 ! for seven years. ._ S43.1 69-73-73-76--2911 Oklahoma coach and Athletic Vi= Gnezz' (3350) 70-75-73-7.1--2!)2 Al Besselink (S21S) 74-68-77-74--293 ' 1-73--293 cinnati's basketball team defeat^oiin putra _j: .. 75-73-72-73- T^ +. i_ rt .v,_ T*^^n« -nfrrV,*. · (S24S and 5291 for second Mexi- Duquesne at home tnaay mgnt/ cac piayeii TM-n thrmifh t h p Wimbledon Al Meneert r??45 73-72-72-76- ran through the Wimbledon rCh 8. 1 " 1 l i i i u u B i i "'= """"f="^"iBo W l n l i w e l _ _ (S2-1S 78-72-74-71--293 ,,],_,,,, _..,, t u e un( j e . champion from Pnnadelphia misua Hoischer _. ts:us 75-74-73-72--2111 gjance are tne unae i *· d Hawkins .._ [51451 7B-76-73-R?--2941 cided races for tournament spots] the first set and then wore him Jennings will continue his duties as backfield coach during the spring football drills, which begin March 9. down to take the second. t h c CAA P°st-season tourna- ; 9-l. -2) is I The Ucor.ns rCC ° rd t0 see what happened. You cnn always find something you've missed in figurim: the race. ; The naming of Connecticut 22-2. In the case of Tmbro? his and Holy Cross, both powers in! The acceptance speed drill last \Vedr.esriay was t h e Northeast, solved one of the ; and Bowling Green--v the tip that Molter might Tony Hoieuin :." rsiiiij 7:2-75-75-72--564 j As a player at Oklahoma, .Bm m ca?p !ma .. e L .si"! 71:74:73:76=2^· Jennings became the Sooners' The winner then teamed with^cene Littiei ...... ($1451 74-71-73-75--291 'greatest pass-catcher of modern ~ ' *""" "="--' itimes as a wingback and end in ; t h e late 1930s. several problems confronting of-!be making its sixth appearancelber of conference races before thinking of "stealing the race.".ficials of the two major tourna-iin the Madison Square Garden Imbros blazed five furlongs in ments. event which gets under way Sat- Connecticut defeated H o l y urday--left only one spot to fill (Continued on Page 15, Col. 2) Cross Saturday night, 78-77, and'and officials indicated they would Anita roundup -- KMPC, Trabert advanced to the singles Representative be decided in tournament play finals TELEVISION (Moto-L«one)--KTTV Raleigh,! champion starting Thursday '.the day, 7-5, 19-17. Seixas beat completing a 24-team field. Meantime, top fives among the smaller colleges open up in regional tournaments this week to (Continued on Page 15, Col. 5) iTalbert, 6-4, 5-7, 6-3. BL 8:30 Roi: Today's Sports Card Baseball--Jordan vs. Alumni, -3 p. m. Tennis--Poly at Santa Monica. ,3 p. m. Basketball -- NAIA district playoff*. Pasadena Auditorium, 8 p. m. Bojtins:--Buford vg. Johnson at SoutA Gate Arena, 8:30 p. m. p. m. WresUlm--L«on« vi. Moto at Bolly- Ifer Derby --KTIA (5), 8:30 p. m. wood Legion Stadium, 8:30 p. m.

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