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Boys softball team sign-ups [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Boys softball team sign-ups Deadline for aifnlng up tor a Little Coaat League aoftball team lor bora 9-1* year* old la thin Saturday at Highland Parte Playground. Tryout* will be held June IS at t p.m.

Publication Title: El Sereno Star
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Some big changes for US-USSR meet [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Some big changes for US-USSR meet Spectators at the USA-USSR track and field meet in Memorial Coliseum July 25-26 are going to get a view of two events normally relegated to outside H Areas. The hammer duel between Hal Connolly (pictured below) and such Russian strongmen as Romuald Klim and Yurity Nikulin will take place on the infield for all to see Instead of being held at an outside enclosure as normally is the case, according to meet dirctor Glenn Davis. The 20-kilometer walk, because of the mile distance, will start and end in the Coliseum with .one exception. Midway through the event, the i heel-and-toe artists will reappear on the running oval, then ; return to the outside course for ■ the additional approximately I six miles. They wUI then reappear for the finishing lap. TICKETS ON SALE Ticket sales for the big UsSoviet duel went on over-the-counter ticket offices for the 60,000 seats not already sold by mall application. Single day admissions at $5 each and the «0 price for...

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Sports banquet ends Franklin Hiah season [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Sports banquet ends Franklin Hiah season ygSQWri By Pete Griffin Franklin High Franklin’s athletes and coaches win gather next Tuesday for the annual Athletic Banquet, the climax to the spring sports program. Letters will be presented to the track teams, baseball squads, swimming teams and tennis and gymnastics squads. Special awards will also be presented to the Northern League championship Bee track squad. NOMINATE IS The highlight of the jevening will be reached when the coveted Senior Athlete Award Is presented. Fifteen boys have been nominated fop this award. The winner will be selected by a vote of the senior class, the sports staff of the Franklin Press, and a vote of the coaches. The following boys, because of outstanding athletic achievements, have been nominated. TOM BAKER has lettered during all six semesters at Franklin. He has three seasons of Varsity baseball behind him, this year being the key pitcher on the horsehide squad. Two seasons of Varsity basketball and one o...

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New track club sets practice schedule [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

New track club sets practice schedule The newly-organized Northeast area track club will practice Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 6:30 pjn. at Occidental College, and on Sundays at 2 p.m. at Eagle Rock High School. Head coach of the track dub b Dean Balzarett, with BiU Peck training the distance men. Forty-six athletes have joined the dub since it started two weeks ago, according to Henk FTierer, who helped organize the track dub.

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Hot race for little league title • – • .;■■ ■ :■ ■- -- ■ ■ – – ■ ' – t Merchants win two, 9-1,1-0 to retain lead [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Hot race for little league title • - • .;■■ ■ :■ ■- -- ■ ■ - - ■ ' - t Merchants win two, 9-1,1-0 to retain lead Eagle Rock Merchants Little League team continued undefeated this week as they picked up two more wins, whipping Seven Up, 9-1, and shutting out the Rotary Club, 1-0. The Victory over Seven Up came Tuesday behind some tight pitching by Bob Sherwood and timely hitting by Jim Henley, Chip Florian and Doug O’Dell. Wednesday's narrow win over the Rotary turned out to be one of the beat games of the season, with Jim Henley of the Merchants and Steve Gillette of the Rotary pitching brilliant ball. Henley held on to win the no-hitter, while Gillette took the loss even though he gave up only four hits all night. SCORE IN FIFTH The winning score came in the fifth inning when John Stewart singled and went to second on a passed ball, then came home on a single by Ben Wilks. The win give the Merchants their ipti) straight win without a loss. In other games “Lil Gents” won two games, ...

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Long cracks own world shot-put record, 66-3' A [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Long cracks own world shot-put record, 66-3' A Occidental College set the stage for the US-USSR meet and the Tokyo Olympics last Friday by hosting the SPAAU track and field championships that shattered one world’s record and established seven other meet marks. , Dallas Long of the Pasadena Athletic Association, tossed the shot to a new world record of 66 ft. 3 % in. He was pushed by four others who heaved the steel ball over 60 feet to set their own individual marks. They were Parry O'Brien and John McGrath, also representing the PAA, both with lifetime bests of 63-10 and 62-6%, respectively, and Dave Davis of the Camp Pendleton Marines doing 61-5% and Don Castle of USC joining the elite for the first time with 60-9%. Long's recognized mark is 65-10% achieved in 1962. ‘HOT’ MILE Bill Baillie of New Zealand and Jim Grelle of Los Angeles Track Club turned in the hottest race of the evening in the mile, with Grelle winning it by a whisker. Grelle was clocked in four minutes flat, while...

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Eagle Rock's 880 champ in State finals K [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Eagle Rock's 880 champ in State finals K Eagle Rock's Ray Schrudder, L.A. city 880 champ (or the second straight year, will test his power against state-wide competition tomorrow and Saturday in the Los Angeles Memorial Cbliseum. Schrudder, who easily defended his city title with a 1:53.6 clocking, one-tenth of a second off the city record,' is " the only Northern League winner in the city to qualify with a first place finish (or the State CIF finals. Top four finishers in the city varsity events last week qualified for tomorrow’s state finals.

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JETSONS WIN AREA BASKETBALL CROWN I [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

JETSONS WIN AREA BASKETBALL CROWN I The Jetsons basketball team I lead by Johnny Moore took the i championship trophy at the re- t cent basketball championship i dinner at Highltmd Park Flay- i ground. ' 1 Bob Thompson was voted Most Valuable Player on hit I team, the Rebels, which fin- I ished the aeason with 2 wins i and 10 losses record. Jeff Mitchell won the same . award (or his team which finished with a 4-8 record. Mike I Malone took .lt with the Rlv- i als teem which finished with a 7-5 record. Ross Munos was awarded the trophy (or his Jetsons team which took the championship with a 10 win, 2 loss record. Johnny Moore was voted the league’s outstanding player based on his sportsmanship and all around playing ability. Johnny led the leagufc in sabring with 325 points, a 56 high game and a 31 per game point average. ■ ; , ,y, ONE FOOT TO FINISH UNE—Dove Morris of USC hits tho tap* at tho and of th« 100 yd. dash ona stride ahead of the field to win in 9.5. Ho also wen tho 220 sp...

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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Eagle Rock recreation center results MINOR LEAGUE Tiger*. SI: PWto. 4 Dodger*. 1#; Colts, 10 MAJOR LEAGUE Cube, St; Wolves, 4 Beds, Hi Pirate*. 1 Twins. Os Breves, tl JR. MAJOR LEAGUE Dodgers, S; Eagle*, V Twins, S| Liens. 7 ■

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Page 15 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

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Arroyo Vistas seat officers [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Arroyo Vistas seat officers Mrs. J. B. Atklaaon educe* tion chairmen of the State C.F.W.C, and also president* elect of the Altadena Woman’s Club we* Installing of* fleer at the gala Installation of officers of the Arroyo Via* ta Woman’s Club for the new dub year 1964*1968, on May 27, 1:19 p.m- at tha clubhouse. Heading the executive j board was Mrs. Claude For* j dice, president? Mrs. Claude Watson, Ist vloa-president; Mrs. Jack Lamb, second vicepresident; Mrs. Ralph Ward, recording secretary; Mrs. Clyde Lawton, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ssbon Marsh, treasurer; Mrs. George Hohnsbeen, parliamentarian; Mrs. Wesley Wlckman, press and Mrs. Charles Wagner, coordinator. Awards to officers and chairmen who have done outstanding work this year filled the agenda of the morning portion at 10:30 am, Mrs. Elvjn Smith, president was in charge. Music was provided by the Motharslngers of the Bushnoil Way PTA, Mmos. Gerald Scott, Louis Cummings, Raymond Geer, Clyde Smith, Robert Thomas and Ric...

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Geo. Todt to address Republicans [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Geo. Todt to address Republicans Mrs. Ruth Hare, president of the Eagle Rock Republican Women, Federated, invites all interestad to tha ragular monthly meeting on June 8. Guest speaker will be columnist George Todt at Women's Cth Century Clubhouse, oorr of Hermoaa Cdlorado Blvds. Todt's efforts on behalf of the free entcrprlae aystem have brought him many honors and award*. H* received the prised George Washington Honor Medal In 1959 and 1960 from the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Pa. This tame organisation presented him with' the special Freedom leadership award tor his work in 1963, the highest honor awarded a member of the mats communications industry in 14 years by the Freedom Foundation. Currently serving as president of the Lot Angeles Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution and as State vice-president for the Southern California SAR, Todt is a member of the greater Lot Angeles Press Club, the American Legion and a Fellow of tbe American Institute of Fine Arts. T...

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Nominations in order at Hail WCTU [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Nominations in order at Hail WCTU Anna B. Hall Union of the Women'* Christian Temperance Union will meet at 11:49 am. in the sanctuary annex of the El Sereno Community Presbyterian Church. 3604 Portola Ave. on Thursday, June 11. There will be a sack luncheon with dessert and coffee served by the Union, followed by a business meeting at 1 p.m. The report of the nominating committee for candidate* for office for the fiscal year. September 19M to September 1965, Will be received. Mr*. Francis Robinson will give a devotional. The program for the afternoon will consist of readings and discussion on the theme, "What the WCTU Is and What It Does." The meeting will adjourn at 3dopj* «

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Mrs. A Bachmat, new president of Friday Club [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 4 June 1964

Mrs. A Bachmat, new president of Friday Club An Installation tes (or officers of the El Sereno Friday Morning Club b set for 1 pm, June 5 in the El Sereno Recreation Center. Mrs, Hugo Nielsen, president of the San Gabriel Valley District Women’s Clubs, will install Mrs. Andrew Bachmat, president; Mrs. W. H. Roller, Mrs. W. C. Klleen and Mrs. Julian B. Bell, vice presidents; Mrs. C. L. Arnett and Mrs. O. F. Hershey, secretaries; Mrs. Peter LaPlana, financial secretary: Mrs. A. M. Shahabian, treasurer; Mrs. Lawrence Cook, auditor and Mrs. William A. Duncan Jr., parliamentarian. Mrs, Raul L. MR la In Charge of tea arrangement*, the yellow roae theme, official club flower. Installation theme will be “Bands of Friendship.” MRS. A. BACHMAT

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