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LBSU ENTERTAINS TALENTED HAWAII By JIM McCORMACK Staff Writer A year ago, after a bitter 28-21 tine, and Mark 'Givens m a y ' b e . available for only limited 'duty.': '.:• loss to Hawaii, revenge'fired the thoughts of Long Beach'State coach '.'We still don't- know which : Wayne Howard. backs are going to play," Howard says, "and if we get another injury "Wait," he said firmly, "until ~ in the secondary I don't have any we get (hem to Long Beach:" Tjme has a way'of healing such . idea who we'd put i n . " , . - ' ' • . On the plus side, Herb'-Lusk,'. wounds.. ' ... " ' ' . " ' the nation's N o . . 2 rusher and . This week, while preparing his-scorer, has recovered from hip and • team for tonight's Veterans Stadishoulder injuries. ..•-<. um Shootout with the Rainbow vFrom;a tactical standpoint, the Warriors, caution has superceded contest's major matchups', feature ' passion in Howard's mind. the 49ers Jerrell Smith (250) and "They're a.very good football Russ Bolinger (250) going against team," Howard says of the athletes ' Woodcock "(250) and Laboy (240). Smith, the 49ers' strong • guard, PCAA standings draws 'Woodcock, a tackle. Bolin• Conference All Games W L T W LT ger, the 49ers' strong tackle, must SanJose 4 0 0 7 1 0 deal with Laboy, a defensive end.' , SanWwo 3 0 0 t 0 0 UroBtacfc... a 1 o t : o ' Defensively;, the 49ers m u s t Paciik 2 3. 0 \ ^' Fresno '. l 40 •t 7 contain Birdsong, .a 185-pound willFullerlon 0 ! 0 i 7e o-wisp who., is averaging 4,9 yards OamttTwitfM . Hawaii vs. Long Beach Stale. on 124 carries and has scored seven . Veterans Sladlum, 7:30 p.m. Fresno Stole at WTdiHa Stale. touchdowns. Pacific at SW Louisiana. Birdsong's talents are compliArizona at San Olaoo Slate. Hew Mexico at San Jose Stale. mented by Alex Kalpi, a quarterback who disrupts defenses with his scrambling ability even.though is who will line up opposite the 49ers 1 averaging little more than 50 yards in a 7:30 non-league contest. passing per game. "01 the teams we play this The 49ers' anger.over last year, only San Diego State has betyear's Honolulu clash centered ter talent than Hawaii." around alleged "late hits" on quarAs examples, the 49er coach terback Bob Dulich, now an LBSU acknowledges tailback Morris Birassistant coach. song as "the best running back With the possibility of rain towe'll face this season" and defennight, it wouldn't be at all surprissive linemen Cliff Laboy and John ing to see the teams line up and go Woodcock as "exceptionally strong right at each other to find out who's and quick." the toughest. Howard's cautiousness is influSVith more than 3,000 band and enced to a great deal, however, by drill team performers invited 'to the health of his team. appear and the strong interest in Tailback Johnny Washington the game from local Hawaiian remains sidelined with a thigh clubs, Long Beach State officials contusion and fullback Mark Baiare predicting a crowd in excess of ley's durability is uncertain be' 11,000. cause of a sprained knee. Radio station KLON-FM (95.5) In the secondary, the 49ers will will broadcast tonight's game. be without the services of Sid Jus-

INSIDE SPORTS

SATURDAY

• Wilson rolls over Compton, 20-7. Story on Page B-2.. • Day of judgment, for .USC, Stanford. ' Story on Page B-3. • Young Quinn captures Pacing Classic. Story on Page B-4.

CALIFORNIA NEWfAPe? PUBLISHERS ASSN.

' JOHN DIXON, Sports Editor ..SATURDAY, NOV.8, 1975 SECTION 8 Page B-l-

Make room for Hargrove Poly High's Artie Hargrove slips tackle of Jordan's Mark Schmillen and gains five yards during first quarter Friday. Hargrove netted 106 yards

as Poly won, 28-0. Hargrove needs only seven yards to join 1,000-yard club. -Staff Photo by CURT JOHNSON

Poly clinches title tie, playoff berth Jordan loses 5 passes

Millikan turns over game to Lakewood ByKENPIVERNETZ

By RTCK ARTHUR

Staff Writer

Stall Writer

Defensive star Mike .Malpney and offensive ace Artie Hargrove each scored two touchdowns in a game laden with turnovers-and their Poly High :team blanked host Jordan, 284, Friday night, clinching at least a lie for the Moore League title and a CIF playoff berth. Poly improved its Moore record to 4-0 and concludes league play

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' Thursday night against Millikan (2-2). Wilson (3-1) must beat Lakewood next week and hope for a Poly loss to achieve a tie for the championship. Jordan dropped to 1-3. Although giving up three interceptions and one fumble, the Hares prevailed against Jordan, which surrendered FIVE interceptions—three to .Maloney—and two f u m bles. . Maloney scored Poly's first and last touchdowns. The 6-1, 195-pound allGIF candidate tallied initially on a nine-yard toss from quarterback Don Lonon with 3:07 remaining TEAM STATISTICS Pety

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before halftime, giving - Poly a M lead. With 3:36 to go before the final gun, he stepped in front of a Larry Steuck pass intended for David Bowman and returned the interception U yards into the end zone. In addition, Maloney had seven unassisted tackles and, along with fellow defensive standouts Nate Carter, Roger Moore, Glen

(Continued on B-2, Col. 1)

Pasadena defender Marcus Stevenson gulper to turf after eight-yard gain in grabs back of Malachi Moses's helmet and Friday's Veterans Stadium clash. throws Long Beach City College ground by KENT HENDERSON

It's a steal, 17-7

LBCC thumps Pasadena By PAUL McLEOD Staff Writer Patience paid off f o r Long Beach City College defensive back Bob Jones and his Viking teammates Friday afternoon. For nearly 60 minutes Jones waded through 20 pass attempts by Pasadena quarterback Kim Taylor. Jones signed his name in the LBCC record book with 17 seconds remaining on pass No. 21—his seventh steal of the year. The grab was the third interception by the Vikings (3-5, 3-2 conference) during'a 17-7 win over the Lancers at Veterans Stadium before an afternoon crowd of 831. The interception was more than just a persona! accomplishment for Jones. U not only tied him with Mike Battle (1965) and Rich Keller (1967). but established a new mark of 25 interceptions in one season by a Viking team. Earlier Shaun Ward's second steal of the day tied the M standard of ,24 set in 1967. M

"Jones played just super," said elated coach Gary Jacobsen, "It's a tribute to aU the kids that they set that record with , _

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bra in his neck last week, showed signs ' of a slow recovery from the injury sustained during a 24-21 loss to El Camino. He completed 4-of-21 passes for 27 yards and one touchdown. In his final 13 tries he netted a minus two yards (a screen play), and had three interceptions. Long Beach .scored the first time it got its hands on the ball on a five-play mini-drive highlighted by a 34-yard bruising run by

fullback David Shaw that moved the ball from the Pasadena 40 to the six.' TEAM STATISTICS PCC I.BCC in•j 17 14 . j 2 I 1

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still another game to SFOR.TS I play." Only a handful of the spectators were,on hand to NBA basketball- Lakers . TELEVISION see Jones grab Taylor's This is the NF1V- KHJ (9), vs. Golden State, KTLA (5), 8:06 p.m. pass at the Long Beach 38 It a.m. High school football— San and return to the 46. RADIO Fernando vs. Kennedy, KNEC College footbaB— Notre Despite only a 10-point (4), noon. College football— Califor- Dame vs. Georgia Tech, deficit, the Lancers suffer10:05 a.m.; Oklahoma vs. Washington, KABC (7), KIEV, ed w h a t one Pasadena nia vs. Kansas. KFOX, 11 a.m.; 1:30 p.m. Nebraska vs. Kansas St., official termed "our worst Soccer— KilEX CM), 4 pjn. .KIEV, 1:15 p.m.; UCLA vs. CBS Sports Spectaculardefeat yet." The Lancers horse show-, Oregon, KMPC, 1:30 p.m.: committed nine fumbles Gymnastics, USC vs. Stanford, KABC, 1:30 KNXT<2), 4:30 p.m. ~ ' State vs. and lost five, while failing Wide World of SportsU), 7:15 to convert 10-times on Washington International Hawan, horse race, auto racing, surfP third down after salvaging ing, KABC (7), 5p.m. 'H Hockey- Kings v>. N.Y. mgers,,'KRLAi'Sp. KRLA, S p.m. m" a 7-7 tie at halftime. Boxing— From Mexico, Rangers baikeUuD- Lakers Taylor, a surprise start- KHEX_.<W)i 6:30 p.m.; From vs.NBA GcJden State, KABC, 8 er-after crushing a verte- ^«»«i*«V icfiv-«ii),"8 p.m. * <

The run put some fun in Lakewood High's football program Friday night. The Lancers, whose inability to move on the ground had become a dubious trademark of the 1975 team, combined two Tom Tereschuk touchdown passes to Paul Hamill, an opportune defense and 132 yards rushing to defeat Millikan, 28-7, at Veterans Stadium. The 132 ground yards may be an average night's work for someone like Artie Hargrove, but it's more than Lakewood had totaled in its last four games. It was a big win over a big rival before a big crowd of more than 10,000. The victory places Lakewood 2-2 in league, the same as Millikan, and a game behind secondplace Wilson (3-1), whom the Lancers close out against next week. The winner of t h a t game will be assured a place in the playoffs. Millikan helped Lakewood's cause considerably, turning the football over five times on fumbles and twice on interceptions. Three of Lakewood's four touchdowns were set up by turnovers. A fourth resulted when Mike Albarran recovered a blocked punt in the end zone. That play from the Ram 22, only 2:19 before halftime, broke a 7-7 tie. Millikan punter Mark Lampson just did flag down a high snap, hobbled the ball and then was swarmed over by four Lancers as he tried to get his kick off. Lakewood had drawn even with Millikan at 7-7 on the first play of the second quarter en the first of Tereschuk's TD passes to Hamill. Each covered 17 yards. Hamill took the ball away from Ram defender Rich Boatright at the two with a remarkable leaping catch. A fumble recovery by Andy Verdone of Lakewood at the Millikan 39 led to the TO. Millikan. had everything going it! way in the early going. The Rams received a big break when an off-

sides pall nullified a 92yard Hckoff return by Matt Buckley of Lakewood to open the game. TEAMSTATLsncs Uk*. .... 10 5

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Then they stunned Lakewood on their second possession when Boatright

sailed 83 yards, breaking info the open three steps after he made his cut upfield. The 7-0 lead at 6:43 of , the first quarter was.al-i most their last threat . Subtract the 83 yards—and ; Millikan finished with only 43 rushing. An over-the-snoulder interception by Ross Dodson of a Mike Lehman pass led to Tereschuk's second TD toss to Hamill (Continued on B-2, Col. 4)

Abdul-Jabbar ^devastating* By DOUG IVES Staff Writer In searching for the night and even had three proper adjective to de- men on him at times. scribe the performance of When the talented center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, didn't score he passed off coach Bill Sharman set- effectively. tled on "devastating." "He controlled the It was-appropriate, be- whole game," said Sharcause Abdul-Jabbar was man. "Adjectives can't deas close to. a one-man scribe what he does for wrecking crew as you can us." get Friday night, scoring Abdul-Jabbar didn't act 40 points, grabbing 22 re- as though his performance bounds and blocking five was extraordinary. He shots as the Lakers trip- said he was accustomed to ped the New York Knicks, the double-teaming, didn't 105-97 at the Forum. try harder after the first A crowd of 17,334, larg- half. He declined to talk est in two years, treated about the team's future. Abdul-Jabbar to loud ovaBut Sharman had a lot tions, the biggest being to say. when the 7-4 center snared "I hope people don't exa rebound, dribbled the pect too much of us too length of the court through soon," he stated. "I think traffic and laid the ball in. it will take until January Abdul-Jabbar was less before 'we really jell.' than sensational in the There are just too many first half, missing 11 of 16 new faces on this team to shots, but he was awe- get it all together before some thereafter, scoring then." 29 in the final 24 minutes. The victory gave the The Knicks doubleteamed him most of the (Continued on B-2, Col. 5)

Handball— Doubles tournament, Los Alamitos Recreation Center, Ocean Blvd. and Mtli PL, 9a.m. Baseball clinic— Long Beach City College diamond,! a.m. Cross country- Metropolitan Conference Championships. Centinella Park. 1 p.m. College foatbaU- llSC vs. Stanford, Coliseum, 1:30 p.m.; Long Beach Slate vs. Hawaii, Veterans Stadium, 7:M p.m.

JC football— Cerritos vs. Santa Ana CoUege, Santa Ana Bow], 2 p.m. Drag racing— Jrwindale and Orange County Raceways, 7p.m. Harness racing— Hollywood Park, lirst post 7:45 p.m. Hockey Kings vs New York Rangers, Forum, 8 p.m. wqtog— Olympic Auditor*-


Lakewood vs Millikan 1975