Sunday, January I, 1961 TORRANCE PRESS A-S
Aero Detail Will
Mike Patrol Sky Over
Torrance High Varsity Opens '61
Season Wednesday Against Eagles
Callas Parade of Roses
In addition to the many
By JOHN \VHITACRE | anced squads who figure not
police oficers and Coach Will Boerger's Tor- to raise a storm against the
Sheriff's deputies who will rance -High varsity basket other four teams.
* * * have duties on the streets and bailers open the 1961 Pioneer
highways during the Rose League season next Wednes- 1961 predicted outcome of
The following is the Press's
Parade and Rose Bowl festi- day, by hosting El Segundo, the Pioneer League basket-
Chargers To Take vities on January 2, the one of the league's top teams, ball race.
Sheriff's Aero Detail wil be at 3 p.m. 1. Culver City
Houston For Title viewing the operation from Torrance, after posting a 2. Aviation
the sky. poor 1-5 pre-season record, 3. El Segundo
Jeppesen Stadium is the name of the site for today's
American Football League clash between the Loa Angeles Traffic will be surveyed are eight point underdogs to 4. Torrance
continuously throughout the the Eagles, who wlfipped 5. Lennox
Chargers and Houston Oilers in Houston, Texas. Late odds day from both helicopters THS 90-74 in the Beverly
received last night has the home team favored by six points. and fixed-wing aircraft. Last Hills tournament. 6. Beverly Hills
How the nudsmaker* arrived at this favoritism remains Wednesday's game figures 7. Lawndale
I . a mystery. Other than Houston playing In their own back
year, this was a major factor
in dealing with h i g h w a y to be a close content as the
* yard I see no other reason why tht game couldn't b« called bottlenecks, and resulted in Tartars are vustlv improved ! I -4.4.^ \A//s« U%«
I a tess>up. the smoothest traffic flow in as each game rolls around. In i»-CTTer YY OH Dy
Both embryonic squads finished the regular season the earlier loss to El Segundo,
Coach Boerger's crew played Local Youth
with identical records, 10-4. Both teams have beaten one Federal Aviation Agency,
another during the recently concluded campaign. And if together with Pasadena au- without the and most of their co-captain ofGary A. football
services Cadet 2/Lt Brooks.
you're looking for another comparison, both coaches, Gill- thorities, joined with Pit- top scorer, consis- the
man and Hymkus, worked for the Rams in 1959. chess in warning pilots of tant rebounder, Bob Weister. team at Brown Militarysecond Acad-
sight-seeing and other plea- Starring against the Eagles emy, was awarded his
CHARGERS BY THREE varsity let 1 CM-. i ' V> «-or of
Our TV editor, John Barry, informs this corner that sure aircraft that the Pasa- will be Bill Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. .T. B. Brooks,
dena area wil be "off limits" Weister at forward, six-foot,
ABC, Channel 7, will carry the clash beginning at 12:30 Ton-am- o.
for the duration of the pro- five-inch Howard Achenbach 32 40 a El Dorado. the senior
fl our time and because its the only game on the tube today gram. at the center position, Terry and
some 45 million viewers are expected to take their choice and Howard Tavlor round class at Brown.
Pitchess commented on the out the lineup at the guard'
seats on the living room 50 yard line to witness the battle. - _.
Not much as a picker of winners, it is my contention,
New York air tragedy, stat- spots. (Easy Walking
ing. "Many thousands of air- 20-POINT AVERAGE Women who are on their
however, that the educated toe of Ben Ajrajanian will be craft operate in the skies of
instrumental in upsetting the favored Oilers. And that the El Segundo is led by all- feet a11 dav want a
the Los Angeles area. While
Chargers' great quarterback, Jack Kemp, will put Ben Jn we have been extremely leaguer of last year Dwight fortable walking surface.
that right position with his passing arm. Fas- That's why they like wood
fortunate, with few air cala- Jones. He and guard Ed than floors, especially of resiliant
George Blanda, signal-caller of the Houston eleven, is EAGLE-EYED YOUNGSTERS Bob Randle, 15, Matches at the San Pedro target range and mities, it would be inviting cia who averaged better
woods like west coast hem-
no rookie either. It was on the learned arm that the Texas end Mike Bowman, 14, both of Torrance, both are enrolled in the National Junior disaster to allow aerial ob- 20 points per .They in pre-sea- lock which makes an ideal,
are a of-
club finished on top. George is a veteran of numerous pro re among the top ranking junior rifle marks- Rifle Championship matches to be conducted servation of the extravaganza. son contest
r r.ontests and isn't easily rattled by charging lineman. long-lasting floor.
men in the nation. Both received top hon- at Corona Del Mar in April. I urge all pilots to cooperate fensive ballthe defensive care
club w h o
The game should be mm exciting one from start to finish
with the Chargers coming home to Los Angeles, or San
or* et the recent Grand Aggregate Rifle and assist law enforcement."
•mmiimatHm of the game.
In other gamps on tap for BITO'
Diego, with the first title California has soon in years. And
by just three points.
* * * Torrance Youths Winners at LET'S GO Wednesday, last years cham-
pion Culver City hosts Bever-
ly Hills, while Aviation, who
Recent Rifle Competitions WWUtt
NEW YEARS GREETING AND BEST WISHES to rolled up 10 straight, pre-sea-
CARL FURILLO, ex-Dodger star, seeking a playing berth son wins, travels to Lennox.
with the Angels and Baltimore Orioles. Hope its the Angels, Aviation is this reporter's
you gotta stay out here Carl ..... to GEORGE VICO, Two Torrance youths wore trophies, medals, emblems pick to give Culver City a OPEN ALL DAY
0 Torrance councilman and former big-league infielder with gold medal winners at the and certificates for excellence With Darlene Cop* down-to-the-wire battle for
the Detroit Tigers, another fine year as batting practice Grand Aggregate Rifle Mat- in marksmanship. the league crown, but the TODAY
pitcher for the Dodgers and likewise in your new role as ches for youngsters 12 Entered in Nationals
Centaurs, who have six re-
politician in the fastest growing city in all America through 18 yean of age Happy Ney Year to you bowlers. I hope all those who turning lettermen, should 11 a. m. fro 9 p. m.
to LEO DUROCHEB, "I've been black-listed by the owners which was held recently on Young Handle and Bow- attended the Moonlight Bowl and gala party at Gable House retain the first place trophy.
as too controversial for a manager," good luck if the Dodger the San Pedro target range. man, are entered in the nat- last night, had a very joyous time. Incidently, anyone Torrance and El Segundo BEVERAGES ARE SIRVID
coaching job is offered to you. Help Smokey bring fans Ann Frickman, NRA in- ional Junior Rifle champion- wishing to see the Hose Bowl parade in color is invited to are athis will depend on the year's darkhorses,
another pennant ..... to BOB WATERFIELD and the structor, reported that Mike ship matches to bo conducted come into the Rik-Sha Room Monday morning children and lot of their opening
in April outcome
1304 S. Pacific Ceast Hwy.
rest of the Ram coaching staff if you're going to bring in Bowman,honors andtop prone at Corona Del Mar Junior arc also welcome.
14, won Rodondo Beach
another miserable team pletse do it with another National position place gold trophy as and in the National
received Since the new year is un- round clash Wednesday.
the first 50-yard championship mat- derway, everyone is once again Beverly Hills, Lennox. and Phone PR 5-912S
Football League club ....... to BARON HILTON, owner a permanent award, and Bob ches to be conducted at Brea
of the "Champion" Chargers; Your liable to lose more than Handle, 15, was awarded the in June. eligible to win house trophies. Lawndale are all inexperi-
just money if you move the team to San Diego. Stick around, econd place gold standing They arc, with other Junior Trophies are awarded for any
the fans tre just getting to know you ...... to BOBBY position trophy. of the following performances:
riflemen, presently entered The 4-6, 7-10, 4-6-7-10, splits;
BRAGAN, ex-Dodger coach and now director of personnel Handle also placed for two and are firing in the- NRA
of the National League entry Houston; hope you find better medals, one in the Governor's Registered Postal matches, a Ladder; Tripicate: Dutch 200;
than average ballplayers to make up the guts of your squad Match, at the recent Calif- series of four matches in the first 200 scratch game for
....... to TOMMY HARMON, KTLA's fine sports an- ornia State Junior Champion- prone and standing posotion, ladies and juniors; first 250
nouncer; many more successful years as the West Coast's ship matches. He also has Rifle Association of America. scratch game for men; all spare
top sports commentator. A truly fine gentleman these many many trophies, medals and More than 500 Torrance game with X on end. The new
fine years since his stardom with Michigan some twenty certificates for rifle shooting. youngsters have received trophy should be on display
years ago ....... to BOB KELLY, the voice of the Rams the first week of January, so
Firing .22-caliber, rifles basic rifle training in the drop over and drool then pick
and perhaps that of the new Angels; give us less emotion over the NRA 50-foot range, rifle school conducted at the up a ball and win one.
and more play-by-play fact!. You can do it, after all you the youngaters compete for San Pedro range. WON ONE
haven't had to get excited very often these past two years The Gable Gals on the Cen-
........ to HAPPY CHANDLER, ex-Cojpi mission er of
baseball; Keep up your fight with Yankee/owner Del Webb
who you state is running the game. You'll do all baseball
fans a, notable service .... AND A STACK OF '61 BLUE
Warrior Five Brushes Up tinela Traveling League rolled
Windsor Bowl last Wednesday
moring. Our girls rolled some
CHIP GREETINGS TO ALL THAT MADE 1960 A WHOP-
PING SPORTS YEAR. For Last Tourney Session pretty terrific games Margar-
et Denser, .214-507; Ann Elli-
ott, 191-498; Peggy Walls, 186-
Metropolitan Confer- losses at the hands of Santa 527 but only won 1 of the 3
LEVEL ence basketball teams got Ana and Ventura. . Coach games. Doris Porter, 182-507;
Most growing thing* will Storage space in bedrooms back Into the swing of things Stanich's crew finished in a V>ra Hunt, 196-573; Nita
grow straight up no -.:» is more than doubled when this week in preparation for tie for fifth spot, in Metro
how you plant them, and a rooms are designed with the opening of the 1961 sea- play last year with a 5-0 Schween. 152-406, were their
bulb planted upside down stiff competition. Next week
son on Friday, January 6. mark. the girls will visit Moringside Bowl .where they roll against
will uaually make it to the built-in chiffoniers that re- With most of the big tour- TWO BIG WINS
surface eventually. Not go, place standard furniture. neys a thing of the past, with Big Harbor College w i n s Rose Lanes. While Ann Hutton is on vacation for two
the Gladiolus. Plant, it on a Built-ins only twenty inches weeks, Peggy Walls is substituting. Lots of luck, girls.
the exception of the Sam thus far include Pierce and
slant and it grows on a slant, deep can be designed to use Barry Glendale College tour- Riverside, while the Sea- TEAM PICTURES
which can be especially di*- wasted space under and nament, the local Metro col- hawks have lost to such T would like to announce again to league secretaries
couraging to the unsuspect- around windows. Use a pres- leges are still shaping up. sarong teams as Compton, and to league bowlers that team pictures will be taken
ing gardener. To insure level tige wood like tawny beige At El Camino the Warriors Los Angeles State frosh. Mt. immediately after the first of the year. Bill Edmond and
planting, be sure you. "tart Douglas fir for chiffoniers hoopsters, coached by San Antonio and Cerritos. Bob Wintermeyer of the Torrance Press will place a bulletin
a lad in the direction you (and finish it with clear lac- George Stanich, has a high Guard John Marincovich is board in the main lobby and will feature team pictures. If
want it to grow. scoring starting five com- the team's top scorer, while your team or league is interested, please leave word in my
posed of forwards Mike forward Dave Turk is not far file at the front desk. I will try to eventually get in contact
Schrader and Bud Cativera; behind. with the league secretaries concerning bowling news events
center Ron Way and guards Other Harbor stars are for- and picture details.
John Boyda and Jack Run- wards Si ens Sangtr. Ron LEAGUE OF WEEK
yan. Way Is leading scorer on Hernandez, guards Al Wind-
Last week. I completed the Monday leagues at Gable
feldt and Gerry Sherburne. House in my regular feature "League of the Week." The
El Camino'8 early season Harbor tied for seventh spot Tuesday Toots No. 1 is the first Tuesday league to be
wins include Glendale Col- last year with Santa Monica covered.
lege Oceanside JC, and City College. Both had a 2-12 The Tuesday Toots No. 1 have 10 teams with 3 members
Orange Coast, while suffering record. "THE OIL WHICH IS POWEREX TREATED"
on each. Team 7, 9, and 3 are tied for first place with 33
wins and 23 losses. Weekly honors are held by HS, Pee
Motorcycle Racing Program for Wee Murphy, 580; HG. M. Cummings. 222. The Season high
scores to date are HS, Lee Nielson, 610; and HG, Pee Wee NOW ONLY
1961 Opens at Ascot January 15 Murphy, 233. These scores all include 2/3 of 190 handicap.
League averages range from 81-125. The 125 average
c $4 25
Unbeaten Skip Van Leeu- son regardless of class.
wen, the spectacular "Flying He gets a rough baptism Final note are the team names. They are Lucky Strikes.
Dutchman" of Bcllflower, at Ascot for he will be pitted Cannon Balls .Hangovers, Fast Movers. Striking & Misses,
graduates to the expert class against a hatful of former na- Miss Fitts. Alley ("ats, & Chumps.
for the first motorcycle TT tional champions, including
racing program of the 1061 likes of Ed Kretz Jr., Mon- the approaches for smooth sliding for all the daily leagues.
over the treacherous, twist- Icrcy Park; Dick Mann, El So-
is held by two ladies who are M. Marvin and J. Corbett.
A special thanks to Aubin "Mitch" Mitchell who cleans
35 Qt. A Gal.
ing 9-turn course at Ascot brante; Dick Dorrestoyn. San NICKEL VALUABLE IN TINY SPACE
Stadium, Gardens, Sunday Ptiblo, and likely Joe Leon- HEATING APPLIANCES THERMOMETERS
afternoon Jan. 15. ard, San Jose, who reigned Nickel plays an important Tiny bead thermistors
Over the specially con- supreme in the United States part in electrical heating and made of nickel oxide and oth-
- SPECIAL -
structed Ascot course, the six times. cooking. Nickel-chromium re- er materials which are used
WHILE THEY LAST
daredevil handle-bar jockeys Other dangerous contes- sistance wires in heating ap- to measure temperatures in
will be faced with a hazard- tants include Dick Hammer, pliances insure efficient oper- space are so small that they
ou§ 10-foot steeplechase jump Lake wood 1000 Southland ation and long dependable can pass through the eye of
on every excursion of the champion; Jack Simmons service.
track. They fly through the Sun Pedro; Jack O'Hrien. Los
a needle. MOTOR CURE .. . $1.25
air some 80 feet every time Angeles; Clark White. Bak- Meter Curt plates at it lubricates. Stop* oil burning irwtarrtly,
they clear the barrier.
Racing, under the direc-
ersfield. and many more.
Along with Van Lremven,
tion of J. C. Agajanian, be- other new experts include
NEW CAR DIRECTORY raittt cempreuien, insure* iiutant starts. Quiets hytfreuiic
valve* and lifters.
gins at 2:30 p.m., practice Elliott Schult/. South Gate; G.M.C. TRUCKS
laps at 12:30 for the Jan. 15 Mill Green, Altadena. and
14-event program, headlined Jimmy Plain, El Sobrante.
by. the 15-lap rrmit event.
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