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Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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Stop Killing Yourself Fever often warns of trouble By PETER J. STEINCROHN [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Stop Killing Yourself Fever often warns of trouble By PETER J. STEINCROHN Every home has one. I’U give you one guess and ( chances are I you will come up with the corIrect answer. You’ll find It in the medicine chest It isn't a bottle of pills. It isn’t adhesive tape. It's nothing you take to actually make you well. It’s a 1 diagnostic instrument What is 1 it? Of course. What else could • it be other than a thermomet- 1 er? It doesn’t give us a definite I diagnosis. All it does is indi- 1 cate the presence of absence of (ever. If there's fever it’s pret- i ty good evidence that some- : thing has gone wrong. How- 1 ever, like pain, fever can be a timely warning of trouble. It’s one of the red warning lights that nature has given us to put up the barricades until we can summon the stronger defensive forces; antibiotics, etc. For example, you have a red ' hot boil on your leg. It it can be contained in that area, it remains a local inflammation of not too much consequence. But if the i...
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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Page 14 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
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High school leagflp track finals tomorrow Bdmo&j! tops with 19 entries [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
High school leagflp track finals tomorrow Bdmo&amp;j! tops with 19 entries .Eighty-two high school I ithletes will compete Fri- | lay in Northern League 5 finals for berths In the dty | preliminaries May 16. la league prelimlnarict taut | week Belmont won ipots In 19 * event*, top* in the league, while 1 Verdugo HHI* qualified 18, Ea- J gle Rock 16, Marshall 11, 3 franklin 9, and Lincoln 9. HEAT WINNERS 100— Arm I li* ton (Beknent), ; Rodgers (Belmont). Smith t (Befenont). aU he hi. I HO Raynor (Franklin) | n.O: Anderson (Verdag* RUlt) SCO Schrkdder (Ragl* Rock) SS.O. 50.7 1 Hartbiea (Bekneat) •11. J;-. __ _ . Rock) IiSS; loaldns (Vsrdngo) Ml, 4:41; wlereynakl (Eagle Back) (ML ItO HH Vsa Loan (Eagle Rook) IIS; Thomas (Balmont) ISA 180 LH Myers (Maiekall) *1.4; Bulger* (Belmont) IRS. SP XoO (Bagle Rack) •Ml VI - Maaaat (Hskasat) *l-7 W. FV Four tied at IRC Over In the Eastern League Wilson High School qualified 10 for their league fiaah. tha lowest number In the leagus to try...
Ho; /es-Carr dual fo be renewed of Coliseum Relays [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Ho; /es-Carr dual fo be renewed of Coliseum Relays A sizzling rematch between Bob Hayes and Henry Carr at 200 meters is on top as one ol many highlights ot the 24th annual Coliseum Relays May 19k Only time Hayes, from Florida AAM, and Carr, Arizona State, ever have met was last year in the 220 at the Coliseum Relays. Hayes was the surprise winner in 20-8, tlelng the Coliseum Relays record. , Carr, holder * the world 230 record at 30.3, sat March 33, 1863, at Temps, smashed Ms own mark last April 4. with s 20.2 performance on the same track in a. meet with Los Angeles Stridars.
fNL baseball Franklin faces league leader Lincoln today [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
f NL baseball Franklin faces league leader Lincoln today ' ■ - By Pete Griffin Franklin High Franklin’s Varsity baseballers face League-leading Lincoln today after coming through in all departments to pick up their third win of the 1964 season last week. Good pitching, fielding and ——— 1 hitting all combined to give the team a 3-1 victory over i the Marshall Barristers, Franklin’s second win in a row. la other league action. Lincoln (7-1) shut out Eagle Bock (3-4-1) by a 1-0 margin to stay tied lor the league lead with Verdugo Hills. Franklin is now 3-5 for the season, and Marshell. 1-7. GOMEZ WINS Jesse Gomez pitched a fine game for Franklin Thursday to pick up his second win of the season. He allowed only one nip, four hits, walked four, and struck out seven. Franklin came up with six hits, and captlUzed on three Marshall errors for their three runsTwo talUeta were fourthcoming in the first inning. Tinq Esquivel opened the game with a tingle and went to second on a sacrifice by Fr...
Playground trackfest at Wilson High [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Playground trackfest at Wilson High Young trackstcrs who emerged u winner* in local recreation center trade and field meet* held last week will move into North District events slated Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Wilson High School, 3839 N. Eastern Ave„ El SerSno. Competition in the thlnclad meets is conducted In three divisions, midget, junior and senior, and was open to boys 17 years of age and under who do not compete in a high school track program. Top performers in district events will he eligible for participation in the 15th annual Boys Track and Field Championships to be held in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum May 1C beginning at 10 ajn. The annual meet is sponsored by the City Coliseum Commission.
Motorcycles pace Friday at Ascot [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Motorcycles pace Friday at Ascot Return to motorcycle racing wan of Ralph White, California dirt track champion, Stir* up i the competition lor Friday night at Ascot Park with Sammy Tanner and Elliott Schultz : in for more than the ordinary i run of excitement Tanner of Bellflower and ; Schultz of South Oate were the i scot win twine during the first i month of the AMA season on the Gardena half-mile oval, but I now it will be a three-way I scramble to the wire in the 19I lap expert main-event I Friday night’s races start at I 8:30 o’clock With one-lap qualifying at 7 pm. Aacott Paris is at 183 rd and Vermont, Just oft both the Harbor and San Diego freeways.
Franklin gymnasts win again By Mike Zrodlo Franklin High [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Franklin gymnasts win again By Mike Zrodlo Franklin High Franklin gymnasts won their second straight victory of the season by de- 1 bating Marshall 67Vg to 1 52Vi, last Thursday at J Marshall. Today Coach I Morrison’s matmen face | the Lincoln Tigers after I school In Franklin’s gym. Franklin took four firsts and tot second and third in almost every event. SCORE EARLY Marshall started out strong , by scoring high In the first four events, rope, free exercise, side horse, and high bar, Franklin came back on long horse, rings, parallels and tumbling, grabbing three firsts, three seconds, and three thirds to finally defeat Marshall. On the ropes FTanklnl's George Cano came through with a second and Harry Smith, a third. Free exercise saw John Black and Gene Ensunsa, both from Franklin, place third and fourth. Franklin’s Jim Riley placed first on the side horse, Larry Grindstaff, fourth; Bob Arangua and Pat Durban tied for fourth. High bar saw Panthers Gene Ensunsa and Clark Coberly pla...
Shuffle board tournament i slated here [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Shuffle board tournament i slated here Bill Barrows and Barnard Veaeh of the Highland Park shuffle board club, wen the district tournament in Pasadena April 30-33, adding another plaque to the local club's collection. In the Glendale Tournament the HP shufflers lost to Glendale. . District Tournament is set for May 11-13 at Highland Park center, according to a spokesman for the dub.
LAPC cops fifth league track title in a row [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
LAPC cops fifth league track title in a row Los Angeles Pacific College ran away with an unprecendented fifth straight Golden State Athletic Ataon. track title last Saturday on the Palm Springs High School track and field. Coach Jim Brownfield's cindermen, who he predicted would “surprise a few people," set five of the seven league records broken Saturday. LAPC won the meet with 181 points, followed by Cal Baptist, 100, Azusa, 69, Life, 48, and Southern Cal, 0. Record - breaking performances turned in by LAPC included Stroup’s 173 ft. 9V4 in Javelin mark Hollister’s 41 ft 3% in. triple-jump, Savage'i 52.6 time in the 440 yd., Lindemuth’s 26.2 in the 220 low hurdles, and a record time ol 45.1 in the 440 relay. Pacific won the high Jump at 5r7V4 (Altig), the discus at 118 ft. 5 In. (Fast), the 130 high hurdles in 16.4 (Undemu th), and the mile relay in 3:34.9 (Savage, Hollister, Watson and lindemuth). Only other first place winners were Cal Baptists' Davis at 10 ft, in' pole vault; Li...
Tennis champs put on Eagle Rock exhibition [Newspaper Article] — El Sereno Star — 7 May 1964
Tennis champs put on Eagle Rock exhibition Dennis Ralston, holder of the UJS. Men’s Doubles Championship, headed the list of four outstanding tennis players who presented a doubles exhibition at the Boys’ Week assembly last week at Eagle Rock High School. Top netmen Joaquin Loyo, Stan Smith and Hugh Stewart completed the entourage. Eagle Rock was also honored with the presence of two distinguished gentlemen, Perry T. Jones, president of the Southern California Tennis Assn., and H. W. Dougherty, president of the Youth Tennis Foundation. Ralston's beautiful recent bride was also there to cheer him on. kxpuun nun The exhibition Included a brief resume of the history of tennis and a rundown of the current rules and regulations by Joseph O. Bixler. Of the ♦ ♦ ons and s half sets that ware played during the firet sssembly, Ralston and Smith wen one and let in the incomplete eet. During the second assembly, Ralston and Smith again won over the Loyo-Stewsrt combination in one set. Both team...