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Roosevelt Adult now gistering [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Roosevelt Adult now gistering Pre-rcgistration for the fourth quarter at Rooevelt Bilingual Community Adult School is currently in. progress in the adult school office between 1:30-9; 30 p.m. daily. Offerings include free courses leading to high .school and eighth grade diplomas, preparation foi* citizenship-naturalization, all levels of English as a Second Language, and a - wide variety of selfimprovement courses. The.next quarter begins on Monday, April 4, and terminates June 13, giving students an opportunity of earning high school credits in a nine week session. Classes are scheduled at various ■ .times throughout the day Between 8:30 a m. and 9:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. With the extended hours and nearly thirty branch locations, most classes are offered at the convenience of students regardless of their hours of employment. The adult day high school, located at 202 North Saratoga, provides an opporunity of completing a high school program on a accelerated basis. An adult ...
Visit art gallery [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Visit art gallery Joe L. Gonzalez, (left) director of the Goez Institute of Murals and Fine Arts in East Los Angeles, with Arizona Governor Bruce Babbit second from right, points out some of the gallery's paintings created by Chlcano artists during the governor's recent tour of the East Los Angeles community. Babbit was In the community to Inspect economic development programs operated by The East Los Angeles Community Union (TELACU) that could be applied in Arizona Accompanying the Gdvernor on his tour is David C. Lizorraga, right, president of TELACU Photo is by Charles Calderon
Page B3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
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Page B3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
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Page B3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
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Page B3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
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Page B3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
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Page B3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
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Swimmers ninth in NCAA Division 111 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Swimmers ninth in NCAA Division 111 Sports Coach Bob Hopper and a 10-man Occidental College swimming team placed ninth at the NCAA Division 111 championship meet held last weekend at Washington &amp; Jefferson College in Pennsylvania. Oxy finished just a point ahead of 10th place Whittier College and 18points behind another SCIAC foe, Claremont-Mudd. The Stags had been third at the conference finals. Seven Oxy swimmers received allAmerica ratings by placing in the top 12 finishers in an event. Dick Ringer, was 12th in the 100 free (48,39) and seventh in the 100 fly (01.49), Mark I-ang was eighth in the 50 free (21.92) and the remaining five ' all-America swimmers, competed on Oxy relay teams. Ed Currie and John Montgomery teammed with Ringer and lang in the 400 tree relay (3:09.64) to place third; Bill Davis, Brian Reed, Stu Renfeldt and lang wound up. 10th in the 400 medley relay (3:38.08) and. Oxy also placed ninth in the 800 free relay (7:07.94).
Cal Prep edges PCHS in Maranatha tourney [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Cal Prep edges PCHS in Maranatha tourney Mitch Poole struck out 10 batters and walked Just one, but Pacific Christian's Panthers were eliminated from the Maranatha Tournament Tuesday morning. 3-2, by Cal Prep. The defeat was the second in the tournament, held at Arcadia Park, for the Panthers who were upended in the opening round by Newport Christian, 6-3, on Saturday morning. Poole gave up Just four hits in the game, but three of them went for extra bases as Cal Prep scored two in the fourth and added the winning run in the seventh. Pacific, meanwhile, tagged winning pitcher Jay Serkin for five hits. All but one, a double by centerflelder Neal Bowman, were singles. Catcher Javier Valle, Greg Simmons, Charley Allmon and Rcnaldo Verduzco accounted forthe other Pacific Christian hits. Cal Prep’s Mark Samuels delivered the big blow for the winners in the fourth inning on a two-run home run. Shortstop John Peters doubled and Mark Silverman tripled for the Knights.
Cards fall to St. Gene [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Cards fall to St. Gene St. Genevieve's Mike Ojeda fanned 14 and walked two, while allowing only four hits to stop visiting Cantwell, 3-0, last Friday in Camino Real League baseball action. Mando Valera (1-li gave up five hits and walked five more Valiant batters to get the loss for Cantwell. In a game played last Tuesday, Cantwell smacked out 14 hits, including home runs by left fielder Fernando Gomez, second baseman Rudy Montalvo and centerflelder George Ibarra, to smash Murphy, 17-5. Sophomore Steve Medina struck out eight to get the win.,
Tamase leaps 45-0; leads Sentinel win [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Tamase leaps 45-0; leads Sentinel win (41-11) and non-scoring fourth place finisher Steve Sanders (40-7) also bettered the 40-foot barrier. The varsity meet went down to the final event, the mile relay, with the Sentinels leading 62-60, but Wilson could not overcome an area best 3:31.8 effort by Belmont to score the necessary point to pull out an upset. Ricardo Villaneda won the 440 with a fast 51.4 on the soggy Wilson track, while Norm Carrion was first in the 830 in a season best 2:02.4 and Kem Ting was first in both the 120 highs (16.6) and 330 lows (43.4) for a hurdles double. Wilson’s Danny Deßossi pulled off a sprint double for the Mules winning the 100 (10.4) and 220 (23.5). In lower division competition, Belmont ended Wilson’s 26 consecutive dual meet victory streak in the Cee division, 70-35. o Hclmmil at W'Usou Varsity ICO ■ Deßossi (Wi, 10.4; Mendez ißi. 10 8; Quant (Bi. 10.9 220 - Deßossi (Wi. 23 5; VlUaneda (B). 23 9; Woods (Bi. 24.3. 440 - Villaneda (B), 31.4; Zaragosa...
Two advance in Goodman Tournament [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Two advance in Goodman Tournament Franklin and Wilson moved a step closer to the championship of the 9th annual W.A. Goodman and Sons Easter Baseball Tournament Monday afternoon with a couple of narrow wins. Those victories the Panthers edging Quartz Hills, 4-3, and Wilson blanking Antelope Valley, 2-0 setup quarterfinal games late Tuesday afternoon, Results of those games between Wilson and Westchester and Franklin and Sylmar were not available at press time. ■ Franklin came from a two run defecit to pul) away to a 4-2 edge and then held on to beat Quartz Hills, a highly regarded CIF-Southern Section team on Monday at Brookside Park in Pasadena. Wilson never trailed as ace pitcher Kenny Gebur fanned 10 and walked just two to get the shut-out win over Antelope Valley. In other Goodman Tournament action on Tuesday, Garfield met Dorsey and Belmont battled Marshall in consolation quarterfinals, Lincoln, with just one win in the first round of Northern league play before the spring vaca...
Barristers roll over Franklin [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Barristers roll over Franklin ■Brian Davis won both hurdles races and Dean Kessler captured the 440 and 880 as Marshall won 12 of 15 events to upend Franklin, 88-38, in a Northern League dual track and field meet held last Thursday at Franklin. Franklin's Clinton Hess won the 100 (10.2) and the 220 (23,9) and anchored the 440-relay team to a 46.4 clocking to apcount for the only Panther wins. Davis won the high (16.1) and low (43.1) hurdles, whilefeessler clocked 53.1 and 2:09.2 to sweep his two events.
Marshall at FrankUn Varsity [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Marshall at FrankUn Varsity ICO - Hess (Fi, 10.2; Rogers (F). 10.8; Sundberg (Ml. 11.0. 220- Hess (F). 23.9; Rogers (F). 24.5; Sundberg (Mi, 24.8. 440-Kessler (M 03.1; Wlggims (F),54.4; S. Alvarez &lt;M),55.1. 880 - Kessler (M). 2 09.2; s. Alvarez (Mi. 2.09.6. Mogrovejo (Ml. 2:11.0. MILE - Aguirre (MI. 4 44.1; Nunez (Ml. 4:47.3; H. Alvarez (Ml. •1 54,5. TWO MILE - Aguirre (Ml. 10.26.0; H. Alvarez (Mi. 10 28.0; Nunez &lt;Mi. 11:18,0. 120 HH - Davis (Ml, 16.1; Knowles iMi, 16.2; Menor (F), 16 7 , 330 LH.- Davis (Mi. 43.1; Movers (Mi. 43 5; Pltpitan (Fi. 44.8. 440 REI-AY - Franklin (Wiggims, Hess. Rogers. Pitpitun i. 46 4. Marshall. 47.2. MILE RELAY - Marshall (Diaz, Davis, Kessler. S. Alvarez). 3:41.4: Franklin, nt. HJ - Tie between Knowles (Mi and Menor (Fi, 5-6; Sundberg (Mi. 54; IJ - Soo Hoo (M). 19-1; Diaz iMi, 18-9; Jung (Ml, 1841. PV - Rivera (Mi, 12-0; Galvez (Mi. 8-0; no third. SP - Tsarotsky (Mi. 4844; Sands (Fi. 44-1; Bergman (Fi. 4210’ TJ • Soo Hoo (Mi. 39-2...
Arrow volley meet U, of Tolouca [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Arrow volley meet U, of Tolouca The United States Volleyball Association’s (USVBA) Arrows will host the University of Tolouca of Mexico tomorrow evening in Occidental College’s Kush Gymnasium. Admission is free to the match scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. From Guadalajara, the University of Tolouca team has been touring the Southern California area with stops for games in San Diego, Tustin, Santa Fe Springs and Los Angeles. Many of the players on the USVBA team are past and present members of Occidental College’s women’s volleyball team. Included in the USVBA Arrows line-up coached by Becky Valentine and George Thompson are Karen Erickson, Jeanette Kearney, Alma Olmos, Janice Fonteno, Sue Bethanis, Vivian Zeman, Debbie Baron, Ann Easley, Megan Self, Camille Hamner and Karen Maxwell.
Oxy’s Westphal, players honored in District 8 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Oxy’s Westphal, players honored in District 8 Occidental College basketball coach Bill Westphal and two of his players have been honored by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC). Westphal, who led the Tigers to the SCIAC title and the district play-offs, has been named the NCAA Division 111 District 8 ‘Coach of the Year’ by the NABC. Additionally, guards Blake Withers and Reiner Kolodlnski were naih, d to the NCAA Division in all-star team by the NABC. Both Withers and Kolodinski were named to the second team. .
Sprinters provide Eagle Rock margin [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Sprinters provide Eagle Rock margin Robert Hollingsworth doubled in the mile and two mile and Martin Quintero and Frank Strong split the hurdles races as Eagle Rock overpowered .visiting Lincoln, Bft-39, Thursday afternoon. Hollingsworth ran 4:50.7 to win the mile and 10:43.0 for first in the two mile, while Quintero led a sweep of the high hurdles in 16.1 and Strong clocked 41.9 to win the lows. Lincoln at Eagle Rock Varsity 100 • Ross (ERI, 10.6; Quan (ER), 10.7; Velasco (I.), 109. 220 • Quan (ER), 23.5; Ross (ER), 24.2; Velasco (1,1, 24.3. 440 - E, Mercado (I,), 53.0; SchowlEß 1,53.7; Burden (ER),53.7. BEO - Burden (ER), 2:11.8; Rodrlqura (LI, 2:14.2; Cea (ERI. 2:17.3. MILE - Hollingsworth (ER), 4:50.7; Maldonado (L), 4:50.8; Melelo (Ll, 4:61.0. TWO MILE - Hollingsworth (ER). 10:43.0; Maldonado (L). 10:47.0; Silva (ER). 10:49.0. 120 HH-M. Quintero (ER), 16.1; Strong (ER). 16.1; R Quintero (ER). 16.6. 330 IH • Strong (ER), 41.9; M. Quintero (ER). 42.0; Carton (LI. 43.5. 440 RELAY ...
Hall of Fame Came Four coaches head East, West squads [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 2 April 1980
Hall of Fame Came Four coaches head East , West squads La Canada's Marty McWhinney and Brian Fogarty of St. Francis will coach the West and Chuck Ucker of El Monte and Chuck Magnuson of Mt. View will lead the East squad in the first annual Hall of Fame All-Star Football Game. The announcement was made last week by all-star game director Jim Brownfield, head football coach at Muir High in Pasadena and president of the sponsoring Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley Chapter of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame. El Monte’s Arroyo High School has been selected as the site for the NFF’s initial all-star game on Friday evening. Aug. 1. Drawing from an area bounded on the west by the Burbank city limits and on the east by Rosemead Blvd., the Hall of Fame all-star game features 70 of the top graduating high school football players representing 35 schools. McWhinney and Fogarty will coach the west team that will have at least one player on its roster from seven local high schools —• C...