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Page A8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
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Page B1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
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Travel to Serra Cantwell wins two; evens CRL slate [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
Travel to Serra Cantwell wins two; evens CRL slate HU - - ** Bob Guerrero M i \ r ' Sports Editor Cantwell’s Cardinals evened their Camino Real League basketball record at 3-3 with a pair of conference victories over host St. Genevieve on Tuesday and visiting Mary Star on Saturday. Coach Ed Coyle’s Cards are three games behind unbeaten CRL leader Verbum Dei (6-0) and also trail Serra (5-1), Murphy (4-2) and St. Anthony (4-2) in the standings. The Cardinals met Verbum Dei's Eagles last night at home and travel to face second place Serra on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. in Gardena. In Tuesday’s game with St. Genevieve on the Valiants home court, Cantwell’s Raul Martinez scored 19 of his game high 27 points in the second half, including a pair of tree throws in the closing seconds to ice the win, 4844. Martinez was 12 for 15 from the floor for the game as the Cards overcame a 27-15 halftime defecit to win the game with a 17-7 scoring edge in the final period. Mike Acosta gave the Cards the...
This Week's Schedule [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
This Week's Schedule TODAY Boys Basketball L.A. City Section Eastern League Garfield at Huntington Park. 4 p.m. Jordan at South Gate, 4 p.m. Roosevelt at Bell. 7 p.m. Northern League Lincoln at Belmont. 4 p.m. Franklin at Wilson. 4 p.m. J Eagle Rock at Marshall, 4 p.m. jf FRIDAY / Boys Basketball u L.A. City Section Eastern League " Jordan at Garfield, 4 p.m. Roosevelt at South Gate, 4 p.m. Bell at Huntington Park, 4 p.m. Northern League • Lincoln at Wilson, 4 p.m. Marshall at Belmont. 4 p.m. Franklin at Eagle Rock, 7 p.m. Southern Section Camlno Real League Cantwell atSerra, 7:30 p.m. Salesian at St. Anthony, 7:30 p.m. SL Genevieve at Murphy, 7:30 p.m. Verbum Del at Mary Star, 8 p.rp. Rio Hondo League Bell Gardens at South Pasadena, 8 p.m. Canada at San Marino, 8 p.m. Duarte at Temple City, 8 p.m Santa Fe League Be 11-Jeff at La Salle, 8 p.m. Non-league Pacific Christian at Fraihcis Parker. 7:30 p. m, SATURDAY Boys Basketball Southern Section Santa Fe League St. Monica at Cathedral...
Sentinels overpower Panthers [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
Sentinels overpower Panthers Mario Navarro scored a game high 28 points and two time allNorthern League forward Sam Banuelos added 23 more as Belmont overpowered host Franklin, 88-55, in an NL basketball game Friday afternoon on the Panthers home court. Navarro scored all of his points from the floor with 14 field goals, while Banuelos sank nine field goals and five of eight free throw tries to run Belmont’s conference won-loss mark to 44) with one game remaining in the first round action today against Lincoln at home. Franklin’s league record dropped to 0-4. While Belmont hosts Lincoln, Franklin will close out the first round looking for a win against second place Wilson on the Mules home turf. Both games are set for 4 p.m. The Sentinels open the second round on Friday at home against Marshall, while Franklin must travel to meet Eagle Rock. Belmont and Marshall play at 4 p.m., while the Panthers tackle the Eagles at 7 p.m. Belmont opened up a 10 point edge, 18-8, at the end of the ...
Kilgour Cup battle set between Bruins, Waves [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
Kilgour Cup battle set between Bruins, Waves UCLA, defending 1979 NCAA volleyball champions, meet Pepperdine University, champions of the NCAA in 1978, for the annual Kilgour Cup on Wednesday, Jan. 30, at Pepperdine’s Malibu campus at 8 p.m. The cup competition is named in honor of Pepperdine coach Kurt Kilgour, a member of the United States national volleyball team until he was paralyzed in a training accident in 1975. Kilgour currently coaches from a wheelchair. The feature volleyball game matching UCLA and Pepperdine will be preceeded by as celebrity exhibition. Proceeds from the event will be donated to charity by Maccabi Union, sponsors of nationally prominent amateur track and field and volleyball teams. A SCRAMBLE FOR THE BALL — Eogle Rock wingmon Kevin Bell Wilson won the gome, 70/,3, to move into second place in' the inger (42) stands between Wilson's David Trejo (33) and the Northern League basketball standings behind NL leader Belmont basketball during last Friday confere...
Payton scores 36 Mules beat Eagles; hold second place [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
Payton scores 36 Mules beat Eagles; hold second place Guard Reggie Payton and forward Alex Armendariz combined for 56 points to lead Wilson’s Mules to a VO--68 Northern League basketball win over Eagle Rock Friday afternoon. Payton scored a game high 36 points, while Armendariz added 20 points and grabbed nine rebounds. The win lifted the Mules into sole possession of second place with a 3-1 NL mark as they meet Franklin at home today, while the loss was the second in a row for the Eagles, now 2-2 going into this afternoon’s first round finale at Marshall. Both games are scheduled to get underway at 4 p.m. Payton had by far his best performance of the tour game league season hitting 18 of 27 shots from the floor, handing off three assists and accounting for three steals. A 5-10 junior guard, Payton shoots well on the Eagle Rock court where he scored 39 points in a tournament game earlier this year. Wilson also got strong performances from sophomore forward Kenny Earls with 12 points...
Standings [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
Standings I, A. C iiv Section Eairtf-n league H L PCT GB Jordan I ■ 0 I.o*lo South Gate $ 1 .7 &gt;0 1 Bel! 1 2 500 2 Roosevelt 2 2 .580 2 Garfield I 3 -250 3 Huntington Park 0 4 000 4 Northern League W L PCT GB Belmont 4 0 1.00 Wilson 3 1 .750 1 Eagle Rock 2 2 .500 2 Lincoln 2 2 .500 2 Marshall 1 3 . 250 3 Marshall 1 3 .250 3 Franklin 0 4 OCO 4 Southern Section Camino Real league W L PCT GB Verhum Dei 6 0 1 000 Serra 5 1 .833 1 Murphy 4 2 .667 2 St. Anthony 4 2 867 2 Cantwell 3 3 .500 3 Salesian 2 4 .333 4 Mary Star 0 6 000 6 Rio SKkjndo League W L PCT GB San Marino 3 0 1.000 Duarte 2 1 067 1 Temple City 2 1 .667 1 Bell Gardens 1 2 .333 2 South Pasadena 1 2 .333 2 la Canada 0 3 .000 3 Santa Fe League W L PCT GB Bell-Jeff 4 1 .800 - Chaminade 4 1 800 St. Monica 4 1 800 - Bosco Tech 3 2 -600 1 la Salle 2 3 .400 2 Cathedral I 5 .I*7 3*-» Paler Noster 0 5 .088 I ( Note: All league standings compiled through games played as of Monday. Jan. 21)
LH Tigers topple host Banisters [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
LH Tigers topple host Banisters Lincoln’s Doug Romero scored s game higb 24 points, grabbed six rebounds, handed off three assists and accounted for a pair of steals as the Tigers moved into a tie for third place following a 46-37 Northern League basketball conquest last Friday afternoon at Marshall. The win lifted Lincoln's record to 2-2 In conference action to tie Eagle Rock. Both the Eagles and Tigers trail Belmont(4-0) and Wilson (3-1) in the NL standings. Romero continues to be the dominent force for the Tigers hitting 10 of 17 shots from the floor and a perfect four-for-four at the free throw line. Lincoln’s Jimmy Romero added 12 points and five boards, while Sal Orozco scored six points and pulled down eight rebounds. Mike Shiroyan led the Barristers with 12 points, while Jon Soo Hoo added nine more. Coach Roman Cisneros’s Tigers trailed 8-6 at the end of the first period before ontscoring the host Barristers 14-8 in the second period to regain a lead they would never lose. T...
Oxy bombs Notre Dame five, 55-37 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
Oxy bombs Notre Dame five, 55-37 Coach BUI WestphaTs Occidental College basketball team exploded in the final 10 minutes of the game to hand visiting Notre Dame College a 55-37 loss Saturday night In nonconference action at Rush Gymnasium. Bill Westphal’s Bengals return to Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference competition tonight against Pomona-Pltzer before facing Cal Tech on Saturday night. Both games will be played at Rush Gymnasium at 8 p.m. Notre Dame controlled the .early tempo opening up a 19-16 halftime lead with its slowdown game. But the Tigers pulled away from the Argonauts in the final stanza scoring 17 unanswered points during one offensive surge.
oc women face Biola host USIU [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
oc women face Biola host USIU Occidental College’s womens basketball team opened the BCIAC season with a 68-39 runaway win over Whittier College last Friday night. Coach Tom Ratkovich’s cagers return to action tonight when they travel to Biola College. Tip-off is set for 7:30 p.m. Ratkovich’s team continues nonconference action on Friday night at home against United States International University at 8 p.m. All-SCIAC returnee Julie Casey led the Tigers against Whittier with 21 points and 20 rebounds, while Margaret Carrelro - another returning all-SCIAC selection - added 20 points. The Tigers dominated the boards with Danna Cook pulling down 12 caroms and Sue Bethanis grabbing 11 more rebounds in support of Casey.
Prep Cage Scoreboard [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
Prep Cage Scoreboard TUESDAY Southern Section ( amino Real league Saleslan 52, Mary Star 49 Verbum Dei 66, St. Anthony 55 Serra 83, Murphy 82 Prep League Pacific Christian 44, Buckley 42 1 overtime) Chadwick 64, Maranatha 42 Pasadena Poly 90. Flintridge Prep 40 Santa Fe League Bell-Jef! 73, Cathedral 53 La Salle 75. Pater Noster 32 St. Monica 79. Chaminade 78 1 overtime) WEDNESDAY L.A. City Section Eastern League Roosevelt 82. Huntington Park 75 South Gate 60, Garfield 48 Jordan 96, Bell 69 NortbernLeague Belmont 81, Eagle Rock 78 Wilson 68. Marshall 56 Lincoln 25. Franklin 2* (overtime) Southern Section Rio Hondo League San Marino 70. South Pasadena 51 Temple Qty 72, La Canada 41 Duarte 70, Bell Gardens 51 FRIDAY L.A. City Section Easier League Garfield 36. Roosevelt 51 Jordan 103. Huntington Park 64 South Gate 62. Bell 58 Nt rlbera League Wilson 70, Eagle Rock 68 Belmont 88. Franklin 55 Lincoln 46. Marshall 37 Southern Section Camiao Real League Serra 91, Saieaian 49 Verbum Dei 60...
Bulldog Notes [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
Bulldog Notes By Gregg Heacock Congratulations are In order for Angelica Badillo. During the week of Nov. 28, she along with other business students from all over L.A. City took a district-wide spelling test Angelica, who is in Ms. Matsunaga’s advanced shorthand class, spelled 100 words with 100 percent accuracy and received a certificate for her outstanding achievement. Students aren’t the only -rtnners at Garfield We are pleased to announce that our new head counsellor, Andreda Pruitt, scored Number One in the City (from a field of 54) on an exam administered to all people moving into bead counselling positions. This singles her out as a true up- ' and-coming person In the District Though she comes to us from L.A. High and wondered whether she wanted to leave this school to move up to a head counselling position here, she is pleased with her move and is looking forward to staying at Garfield. We are pleased because even without this test scorv we are finding what a tremendously ta...
Page B3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
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Wishful thinking [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
Wishful thinking Editorial Gov. Brown says his $24 billion state spending program for 1980-81 is a budget for “difficult times.’ Not really, governor. While the budget does not reflect the expansive spending of easier limes in Sacramento, it is a document built on political optimism to the point of wishful thinking.. For one thing, it assumes that California voters will reject the Jarvis II initiative next June. The governor knows that given a chance to cut income taxes in. half, the voters arc likely to do so no matter how much they are warned of “doomsday” results. The state finance department is already working on an alternative budget allowing for another Jarvis victory. In order for it to bear any resemblance to the budget sent to the Legislature recently, it would have to call for a major increase in the state sales tax, or revenue from some other source, to make up for a $5 billion loss in income taxes. Even if voters can be talked into rejecting Jarvis 11, the budget is on t...
Affairs of Slate- Compromise candidate may win Speaker job [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
Affairs of SlateCompromise candidate may win Speaker job By Fred W. Kline Capitol News Service SACRAMENTO (Capitol) - As the battle over who will be Speaker of the Assembly continues, it has become evident that the 30 Republicans in that house could wield the balance of power, should they so choose. Having wisely elected to sit out the infighting going on among the Democratic majority, the Republicans seemed to be biding their time in order to determine just what move to make and when to make it. Carol Hallett, the San Luis Obispo lawmaker who is the Republican leader in the Assembly, seemed to be playing things just right. In addition, she offered her own State of the Staate message and, departing from past practices, even planned to offer an alternative budget to that which was presented by Gov. Jerry Brown. BUSINESS How long could the Republicans afford to wait for the Democrats to settle their differences? Well, just long enough for it to become apparent that those differences w...
Let's Talk Is America bored with religion? [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
Let's Talk Is America bored with religion? By Rev. W. Lee Truman Copley News Service The theologian, Reinhold Niebuhr, wrote an essay: “Is America Bored With Religion?” He began with facts about what has happened over the years in America on the religious scene. The gradual increase of church membership was taken from the census figures and in 1860, 16 percent of the population of America held church membership. In 1940 it was up to 49 percent and the 1960 census showed it had come to an alltime high of 63 percent. 1 predict the census this year will show that for the first time, church relatedness of the American people will have crested and is now on a decline. TDRNEDOFF People arc being turned off by the established church. They are expressing both doubt and question of the authenticity of organized religion. The role of the church is no longer considered to be an important clement in the lives of whole segments of our population. The why of things always intrigues me, so let me ...
Did You Know? Insect Coriolis sex life effect [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 23 January 1980
Did You Know? Insect Coriolis sex life effect By PHYLLIS WEAVE® Copley News Service Did you know that science is interfering in the sex life of insects? From an insect's point of view, that’s going a bit too far. However, since chemicals such as DDT were devised to control insect population, the little creatures have been eating it up and eating us up, and our crops. Now scientists have found a way to hit them where it hurts in the romance department. Overuse of pesticide* has begun causing damage and potential danger to our environment. The latests In pestoontrol chemicals just seemed to produce more and more resistant strains of insects, proving the marvelous adaptability of nature. Now, however, chemicals can be made which mimic the sexually attractive odor of certain species of insects. The new chemicals cause the insects to have a lot of trouble in finding a mate, so the next and succeeding insect populations are greatly reduced. A device can measure which type of insect is in ...