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Page A4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
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Page A5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
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Wilson overpowers Lions, 71-62 Mules get biggest win since 1950s [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Wilson overpowers Lions, 71-62 Mules get biggest win since 1950s Sport Wilson's basketball program may have turned the corner in its long drive out of obscurity with a first round play-off win over visiting two time defending L.A. City SectionCIF 3A champion Fairfax, 71-62, last Friday night at home. To say it was one of the biggest wins in the school's rather tarnished basketball history may be an understatement. The last time Wilson won a playoff game, the Mules advanced to the City tournament semi-finals in the early 1950s where they lost to eventual champion Venice. In the convining three decades since that time, the Mules have experienced what could mercifully be called ‘ ‘lean" years. Not Friday night, however, as Wilson overpowered a Fairfax team that on paper, anyway should have beaten them handily. A team that may not be as physically talented as 1979-’BO 3A champions, but one that isn’t far behind. "We just played a perfect basketball game," said first year head coach Mari...
Play-off Round-up Eagle Rock five top Rams, 69-65 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Play-off Round-up Eagle Rock five top Rams, 69-65 Kevin Bellinger scored a game high 23 points, Andy Kendall added 16 and Gerald Delos-Reyes finished with 16 as Eagle Rock scored a 69-65 L.A. City Section-CIF 3A play-off win over host South Gate The Eagles jumped out to a 21-12 first period lead and were in complete command of the contest played at South Gate Friday night. Coach Mike Lomen's crew held a 32-25 halftime edge and expanded that to a 56-41 advantage after three periods before the Rams, the Eastern League’s second place finisher, managed to outscore the Eagles, 24-19, in the fourth quarter. Just five players scored for the Eagles as Steve Hiura threw in eight points and Tommy Yee totalled seven. JORDAN 84, LINCOLN 27 Lincoln's Charles Rosas 12 points to lead the Tigers, but the top seeded Jordan Bulldogs scored an 84-27 win in the first round play-off game Friday night at Jordan. The Tigers, the Northern League’s fourth place finisher, were never in the contest as the Bul...
Registration ends Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Registration ends Saturday The Eagle Rock Little League will hold its final registration session this coming Saturday morning at the Yosemite Recreation Center, 1840 Yosemite Drive, beginning at 9 a.m. on the main diamond. Boys and girls 8-12 years of age are elligible to participate and the program will be expanded this year to include both a ‘major’ and ‘minor’ league to offer a more equal level of competition. Prospective players must be accompanied by a parent, a birth certificate and $2O registration fee ($lO for additional children from same family) covering the cost of a physical exam, insurance trophy and use of a baseball uniform. A tryout session consisting of fiplding, batting and base running will be held at the time of the signups. Further information can be obtained by contacting Bob Denardo at 254-0153.
Tigers stop Pomona [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Tigers stop Pomona Coach Bill Westphal's Occidental College beasketball team ran its Southern Califoimia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference record to 9-1 last Saturday night with a come-from-behind, 61-52, win at Pomona’s Memorial Gym. The Tigers are again on the road tonight against Cal Tech at 8 p.m., before returning home to face Whittier College’s defending SCIAC champions on Saturday in Rush Gymnasium, Pomona's Sagehcns looked like they may be headed toward the upset of the conference season when they jumped out to take a 28-24 halftime lead. But, WestphaJ's Tigers came roaring back to outscore their hosts, 37-24, in the final 20 minutes of action to notch the victory. Oxy’s leading scorer Blake Withers had a subpar night finishing with just four points, but forward Kevin Hall scored a game high 19 points and Reiner Kolodinski.added 17 to pick-up the slack for the Tigers. While the Tigers were beating Pomona, Cal Tech suffered a 98-75 loss to La Verne, while Redlands all but e...
Prep Cage Scoreboard [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Prep Cage Scoreboard TUESDAY Basketball Southern Section ( amino Real League Sorra 93. Salesian 49 St Anthony"6B, St. Genevieve 27 Verbum Dei6s, Murphy 42 Cantwell at Mary Star, postponed Prep league Chadwick 79, Pacific Christian 51 Pasadena Poly 57. Buckley.37 - Maranatha 62, Flintridge Prep 45 Santa Fe league Bosco Tech 56, Cathedral 46 Charmnade 66, Pater Noster 52 Bell-Jeff'97,St. Monica 70 WEDNESDAY Southern Section Prep lieague Flintridge Prep 59, Buckley 53 Rio Hondo League South Pasadena 78, Duarte 70 San Mannofi9. Temple City 49 Bell Gardens 67.1, a Canada 65 THURSDAY Southern Section ( amino Real league Mary Star 65, Cantwell 62 1 overtime FRIDAY L A. City Section Play-offs First Round 3 A Jordan 84. Lincoln 27 Wilson 71. Fairfax 62 North. Hollywood 63. Reseda 57 Belmont 79. Roosevelt 72 Poly 82. Cleveland 53 Chalsworth 52. Bell 45 KagU* Ruck 69. South Gale 6b Taft 68. Grant 49 Quarterfinals Pairings Wilson at Jordan: North Hollywood at •Belmont; Chatsworth at Poly: Eagle...
Coast Guard free boating classes begin [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Coast Guard free boating classes begin Annual free boating safety classes sponsored by the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary are scheduled to begin tomorrow at the Glendale Post Office. Entrance to the classes will be through the rear of the post office located on Broadway between Kenwood and Maryland in Glendale. Classes will begin at 7:30 p.m. and continue until about 9:30 p.m. for all sessions. A second session of classes will start on Feb. 28. For further information, call 6646026 or 842-1598.
Three area teams in quarterfinals [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Three area teams in quarterfinals After.surviving first round L.A. City Section-CIF play-off games Friday night. Northern League champion Belmont, runner-up Wilson and third place finisher Eagle Rock must now get down to some serious basketball as they face a trio of powerful foes in tonight’s 3A quarterfinals. Belmont will entertain East Valley League runner-up North Hollywood, while Wilson travels to meet top seeded Jordan at Jordan High and Eagle Rock will face second seeded Taft at Taft High. Tip-off for all three match-ups is set for 7:30 p.m. Semifinal games for the 3A division will be held at Cal • State Dominguez Hills and L.A. Pierce College in Woodland Hills this Friday night. The winner of the Belmont-North Hollywood game will meet the survivor of the Jordan-Wilson contest at CSDH, while the Eagle Rock-Taft victor faces the winner of the Cleveland-Chatsworth game at Pierce. Jordan advanced to the second round by beating Lincoln, 84-27; Taft was an easy winner over Grant, ...
Sentinels hang on; beat RHS [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Sentinels hang on; beat RHS Belmont parlayed Roosevelt’s first period cold spell into a M lead enroute to a 79-72 victory over the visiting Roughriders in the first round of the L.A. City Section-CIF 3A play-offs at home Friday night. Northern League ‘Player of the Year’ candidate Sam Banuelos had an off night scoring 17 points, but guard Ronny Dasalla more then picked up the slack finishing with 28 points. Dasalla, scoring points in flurries, pumped in 13 points in the second period and added eight more in the third to give his team a lift whenever they needed it most. But, the key factor for Belmont was Roosevelt's inability to hit the front end of their one-plus-one free throws in the second period when they missed six straight times. That, along with a poor shooting performance from the floor in the first half and some questionable officiating in the fourth period, was enough to offset a second half Roughrider rally. Coach Dave Perea's Roughriders opened the third period scoring...
Cards fall twice; cage season ends [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Cards fall twice; cage season ends Cantwell closed out the 1979-' BO basketball season with a pair of Camino Real League losses last week to Mary Star of the Sea, 65-62, in overtime on Thursday and Verbum Dei, 73-49, Saturday night. The Cardinals suffered the overtime loss to Mary Star in a game postponed from Tuesday as the host Stars outscored Cantwell by three points, 7-4, in the extra fiveminute period. Raul Martinez led the Cantwell scoring attack with 22 points, Michael Acosta added 13 and Ernie Ortiz finished with 11. The Cards trailing by six points, 3945, at the end of the third period and outscored the Stars, 19-13, in the final eight minutes of regulation. Camino Real League champion Verbuni Dei jumped out to a 12-3 first period lead on Saturday night at Compton College and never looked back enroute to a 73-49 win in the regular season finale for both teams. AU-CIF center Kenny Fields led the Eagles with 16 points. Cantwell’s Mike Acosta scored 12 points and Ortiz and Mar...
Casey’s board play leads two Oxy basketball wins [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Casey’s board play leads two Oxy basketball wins Center Julie. Casey scored 31 points and pulled down an 50 rebounds in leading coach Tom Ratkovich’s Occidental College women’s basketball team to a pair of Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference victories. Ratkovich’s Tigers were at home last night against Pomona-Pitzer before traveling to the University of Redlands this Friday. Tip-off at Redlands is set for 8 p.m. Oxy’s women ran their SCI AC repord to 7-0 after stopping Whittier College, 32-45, Tuesday night and Scripps College, 64-38, on Friday night. Casey swept the backboards clean against Whittier pulling down 30 caroms in the Tuesday game and back-up that performance with 20 boards against Scripps on Friday. Forward Tracy Ragan led all Tiger scorers against the Poets with 20 points and also grabbed 14 rebounds, while Alma Olmos added 19, Casey chipped in with 16 and and Margaret Carreiro finished with 14. Carreiro and Olmos each scored 17 to pace top their te...
Dodgers reset public workout [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Dodgers reset public workout The Los Angeles Dodgers’ annual public workout and exhibition game against the University of Southern California originally set for last Sunday afternoon at Dodger Stadium has been rescheduled. Heavy weekend rain forced the postponement of the annual five inning game between the Dodgers and the Trojans and the open-to-the-public workout will be held this coming Sunday, weather and field conditions permitting. The workout portion is scheduled to begin at 11:30 a.mi, while the game between the Dodgers and USC will follow at about 1 p.m. There will be no charge for parking at. Dodger Stadium and seating is on a first come, first served basis.
GPBA extends sign-up period [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
GPBA extends sign-up period Registration for the Glassell Park Baseball Association’s 1980 season has been extended to this Saturday morning from 9:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Glassell Park Recreation Center, 3580 Verdugo Road. The program is open to children 614 years of age. Players must bring of proof of age and a parent to the session along with the $8 sign-up fee. Tryouts will be held March 1 for 814 year olds and on March 29 for 6-7 year olds and any 8-year olds not drafted March 1. Further information can be obtained by calling 257-1863.
Page A6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
L.A. City Section CIF Play-offs Quarterfinals 3A Upper Bracket Wilson at Jordan, 7:30 p.m. North Hollywood at Belmont. 7:30 p.m. (Upper Bracket semifinals will be held Friday night at Cal State Dominguez Hills i I /twer Bracket Chatsworth at Poly, 7:30 p.m. Ragle Kock at Taft. 7:30 p.m. ( l-ower Bracket semifinals will be held Friday night at L.A. Pierce College I 4A Upper Bracket Jefferson at Crenshaw, 7;30p.m. Washington at Banning, 7:30 p.m. I-ower Bracket Hamilton at Kennedy. 7:30 p.m. Gardena at Manual Arts, 7:30 p.m. A 4A Division semifinals doubleheader will be held on Saturday evening following the DSC vs. Washington State PAC-10 basketball game at the I am Angeles Memorial Sports Arena, i All quarterfinals games will be played tonight at 7:30 p.m. i Southern Section-CIF Play-offs First Round 2A Upper Bracket San laus Obispo at Blair: la Serena at Dana Hills; South Pasadena al Paramount: Canyon i Saugusi atl-ompoc; Hemet at Indio: C.lenn at Schurr; Palo Verde at Covina: Moun...
Santa Marta names new doctor group [Newspaper Article] — Belvedere Citizen / Eastside Journal — 20 February 1980
Santa Marta names new doctor group A new physician group has been appointed by Santa Marta Hospital and Clinic to provide obstetrical and gynecological services to East Los Angeles residents. Seven physicians, all specializing in maternal care, will work out of the hospital's clinic, which recently observed 5, years of service to the community. The physician team is headed by Dr, Young Hahn, who will work closely with Ors. Ronald S. Wu and Joseph I. Kang to staff clinic operations and hospital inpatient requirements. Additional Ob/gyn support is being provided by Drs. Moon S. Chang, Michael Frields, Juan Carlos Drachenberg and David W. Nelson, GENERAL The doctors will provide general Ob/gyn services, care for mothers at high risk, emergency labor and delivery serv. es and other related inpatient hospital requirements. They will average approximately 125 deliveries per month. Dr. Hahn stated that clinic services will be available for routine examinations and annual cancer screenings ...