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Al Geiberger stroke ahead at Cleveland CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI)Al Geiberger, seeking the biggest payotf of his career, teed off in the second round o£ the SllO.OOO Cleveland Opm today with a one-strolcc led and warning for the rest of the field. "I usually start slowly and get better each day," the 26 year-old Califomian said Thurs day after firing a torrid seven under-par 64 to take a slim lead over Tony Lema and George Bayer. Geiberger, in his fifth year on the pro circuit, was one un der par for the first eight holes when he suddenly caught fire and birdied six of the last 10 holes. The slender pro dropped bird ie putts of 40, 14 and 12 feet and put three approaches up close for birdie putts in his fin est round since the Tournament of Champions at Las Vegas last month. He shot a 65 in the final round and finished in a tie for second and earned S6,000, his biggest payoff thus far. Geiberger broke the course record at the 6,821 - yard Highland Park Municipal Golf Course which took a battering. Of the 159 players entered, 63 63 broke par and 22 matched it. Despite his sensational start, Geiberger was still a long way from winning the tournament and its $20,000 first prize. Lema and Bayer were only one stroke back after firing six-under-par 65's. Billy Casper Jr., Ray Floyd, Harold Kneece and George Archer were two shots behind and seven otheks, including defending champion Arnold Palmer and Bruce Crampton, were at 67. Ten players were grouped at 68 including Jack Nicklaus, Bill Collins, Don Fairfield and Tommy Bolt. A group of 16 1 others shot 69's including Sfike Shouchak, Julius Boros, Don January, Tommy Jacobs, Gary Player, Bob Charles and Doug Sanders. Ken Venturi, the new U.S. Open champion, had a disap pointing 75 and it looked as if he might have trouble survi\-ing thj cut. The field will be reduced to the low 75 pros after today's round and it appeared the cutoff figure would be about 143. Bill Shoemaker thrown from mount uninjured INGLEWOOD, CaUf. (UPD- "Lucky" Bill Shoemaker, who escaped serious injurj- when thrown from his mount in the sixth race at Hollywood Park Thursday, was back in action today none the worse for his experience. Shoemaker's close call came when T. V. Class, his mount, stumbled and broke his left foreleg at the ankle on the stretch turn. The almost perennial riding champion landed on his feet, but then rolled over on his right shoulder and head. Good Neighbor, another horse, literally ran right over the pros trate Shoemaker without touching him. A second horse, Gainstrive, swerved and missed Shoemaker and Meerlin Volzke recognized the other rider's plight. Given a quick physical checkup. Shoemaker was pronounced okay by. Dr. H. C. PriUwitz. PLENTY OF STUFF - Bonus roolde Fred (Rick) Reichhardf made the Los Angeles Angels feel even better about their $125,000 investment in him when he socked three balls out of the park, all 390 feet or belter in batting practice ot Chavez Ravine. Rick talks to manager Bill Rigney shortly offer leaving the cage. Signed only that afternoon, he suited op and took early practice with the club. (UPl Telephoto) Fast field booked for Saturday race One of tlie fastest fields in Orange show Speedway history is booked for Saturday nights CJA Super-Modified and Hot Rod racing doubleheader over the quarter-mile paved raceway in San Bernardino where racing begins at 8:30 p.m., preceded by time trials at 7 p.m. for the fijfty car field of drivers head ed by Jay East of Colton, Val lie Engelauf of Riverside, and Bob Evens of Yucaipa. The action will be fast and furious in the Super-Modified ra ces as Jay East trys for his third straight C}A win in the Coffeey Corvette special from Bloommgton. East also will be out to take his one lap track record back from Jim Roessler who broke it with a 14.83 block ing last week. Engelauf is still looking for his first Orange Show win this year in his own Corvette powered "flying wing". The CJA point leader led last week's main event until the 21st. lap when East went past. Vallie hung on for a second place finish in the 30 lap feature race. Evens will go after his second Hot Rod main event win of, the year as he won last weeks 30 lapper by a hair over four other drivers who battled down to the wire a a blanket finisn. Out to stop him will be Bill Bartley of Upland second in last week's main event. Chuck Con rad of Lakewood, Jack Austin of Downey, and Phil Bowers of El Slonte. Gates will open at 6:30 p.m., when 7,000 general admission seats go on sale. Adults are S2.00 with Juniors $1.00, kids 8-12 are 50c; and under 8 Free. Free parking for 2.000 cars is also offered race fans. Baseball for Boys ELKS Mijora Pratt Brothers used a five-run first inning enroute to a 13-3 dfr cision over Tri-City. Pratt also bad a five run outburst in the third on baek-to-back homers by Jim Gelssinger and Bob Rederer. Geissingers' shot came with two men on. Pratts 515 22—15 8 0 Tri-City Ill CO— 3 3 4 Jim Geissinger and Greg Johnston, Dave Dykstra (4); Fred Jensen. Jim Wallen (5) and Gary Wallen. A four run third inning aided Pratt Brothers in their 7-5 win over Tri-City. Jon Banta got credit for the victory as he struck out four and gave up three bits. Pratts 034 00—7 6 1 Tri-City 022 00-S 4 1 Jon Banta, Steve Butler (4) and Steve Butler, Jim Dunn (4); Larry Johnson and Tim Beaver. OPTIMIST Maiors Bill Reeves hit a grand slam homer in the bottom of the first inning and tripled in two runs of hits for the winners in four trips to the plate while Randy CarilJo, Dave King and Ron Miller each had singles for the winners. Sages 440 «J-U 8 0 Gairs 102 01— 4 7 4 Scott Neil, Garry Barron (1), J. Fairfield (2). J. Anderson (5) and Tom Garcia; John Dean, Ron Miller (3) and Dave King. LIONS CLUB Pony Crad The Cubs held the Tigers scoreless after a five run first| inning and were able to squeeze Redlands Daily Facts Friday, June 26, 1964 - 7 Ron Bohrnsiedi defeats sixth seeded player Redlands' Ron Bohmstedt finals of the 18 and under divi- playing the best tennis of his.^'""life moved into the quarterfinals of the Southern California Junior Tennis Tournament at the Los Angeles Tennis Club. Bohmstedt, a member of the Redlands High team last season, stopped Roy Barth of San Diego the sixth seeded player in three sets. Ron won the first set 6-3, dropped the second 4-6 and then roared back to blast Barth off the court and win the third 61, and move into the quarter- Doug Verdieck gained the quarters in the 16 and under class in the tourney. Randy Verdieck and Dick Bohmstedt both battled their way into the quarters of the 14 and under division. Other Redlanders playing in the tournament earlier this week were David Bohmstedt and Rick Gearhart. Both were in the 12 and under and Kathy Gearhart was in the 14 and under division. 5S9. 200 Club — Paul Gabbert 230, Jack Goddard 210, Norm Park er 200. Bob Crowell 207, Joe| Field of 14 to go to post in Cinema 'cap INGLEWOOD fUPD—A field jof 14 headed by top - weighted Real Good Deal is expected to go postward Saturday in the 550,000 added Cinema Handicap at Hollywood Park. [ „ „ „ . The nine fulong Saturday{Clo «-ns/-«-„<:l« ^2.',± At Empire Bowl: Thursday Mixed Serilch High Game — Paul Gabbert 230, Beverly Smith 222, Series— in the second as he led Gairs to an 11-5 win over Sages. Bill Bristow went the route for Gairs. striking out eleven and scattering four hits. Sages 022 01— 5 4 0 Gairs 450 20-11 11 1 Ernesto Rivera, Adrian Garcia (2) and Richard Green; Bill Bristow and Bill Reeves. Miners John Dean and Ron Miller pitched Sages to an 11-4 victory over Gairs. Jim Cruz and Bruce Billhardt each picked up a pair past, 8-5. Dan Smith went all the way for the winners as he struck out six and walked four. The Tigers attempted rally in in the last inning was stopped as they stranded men on first and second. Tom Hess led both teams in hitting as he singled twice in three appearances. Tigers 500 O0O-5 11 Cubs 420 llx—8 6 Miller and Gaston; Dan Smith and John Bennett. Mike Dolan walked with two out in the bottom of the last inning, stole second and took third on a passed ball in an attempt to tie the game but was left on third when Charlie Slaughter struck out the batter as the Bankers nipped the Lions, 3-2. The Bankers got the go ahead run in the top of the fifth when Vince Delgado walked and Scott Farmer doubled to drive h i m home. Bankers ....020 010 0-3 6 0 Lions 000 200 0-2 4 1 Charles Slaughter and Pat Daniel; Chris Munoz and Allan McCaU. No muzzle for Fraley This beauty product for dogs is just too much Invader Hockey club to quit Denver DENVER (UPI)— The young Denver Invader hockey club which stormed into Denver only last year and immediately ran away frcm all other teams m the Western Hockey League will play elsewhere next season. Toronto Maple Leaf president C. Stafford Smythe interrupted a "Save-the-Invaders" campaign just long enough Thursday to notify Denverites there was nothing to save. Smythe, whose Toronto club is major stockholder in the Denver club's franchise, said the Invaders would be moved elsewhere. Although he did not specify where the club WDUU be moved, it was believed the franchise would be placed in Victoria, B.C., in Canada. Invader officials earlier this montii began a drive to save the Invaders who were to be pulled out of Colorado because of sagging attendance. Denver, which won the regular season play league title with a 44-23-3 record, drew only 105,417 home fans, an average of about 3,000 per game. Officials of the Invaders in Denver said they intended to go ahead with their campaign despite the order by Smythe and would check into the possibility of a court action to keep the club where it is. Swim class signups at park Saturday Registration for the City Recreation Department and Red Cross Swimming Program will be held in Sylvan Park. Section A, near University street tomorrow at 8 a.m. Signup must be jmade in person. By OSCAR FRALEY !lives to an unthinkable old UPI Sport* Writer jage," it says, although person NEW YORK (UPI)—This bit:ally I like unthinkable old aged, today figures to get Fearless|elephants because what would! This registration period will Fraley a hatful of mail from'a circus be without them. !be the only one for all three the nation's dog lovers, but V "We don't know if its be-! sessions of the program. There refuse to wear a muzzle. j cause the elephant eats this j will be a S2 fee per person due What I'm talking about is an beneficial plant," the manufac-'on the first day of the session advertisement a friend has sent^turer confesses right there inisigned up for. me offering "a proud new line'public print. "But we do know' •" Lua Green 636. Tern Goddard ;rb;a7typWucU f^r dTgl he eV them." and boy dogs." It affects me In the bread Quite a lot of indecision Classes will be held June 29 through July 17, July 20 through August 8 and August 10 through , . .there. Kind of like the time Ij.\ugust 28. Class time will oe ^u. „ o J.^^^^^^ P'':'^"^ P'gs ice carried my straw suitcase intojages 6 through 7 11 a. m.; ages Council 208. Lua Green 2lb, Ber.i"?^"' "^""'"l f'^ "'^P' ^"fi ^}^S^^^'^^^'8 through 10, 10 a. m.; 11 years • ThnMr ni ,nHaV ^'''^''"P whatever brand you hour. I wished right then I was; and older at 9 a. m. Dunson 2-5, team Goddard 209 ,1"^^ *" Beverly Smith 222. pigs back on the farm, particularly j after I was swept into a train I don't contend that a dog and wound up in the Bronx «:..n^:„«c. T;„ O,, ^^ i T-,,«!*''°"'''°'' ^^^'^ «Sg in his becr.iwhere I didn't know anybody, FiPvtn Tofn, Rn '.J ^ l" ^""^'^ ^'^J' ^'^^ Or,either. Ele>en 9-3, Team Four 8A.\^i^^^ jj^^^y ^ 3^^^^^^ jj,^ advertise STANDINGS American League W. L. Pcf. GB Baltimore New York Chicago Slinnesota Cleveland Boston Los Angeles Detroit Washington Kansas City 42 38 36 35 32 32 33 30 29 26 25 26 26 33 32 36 37 34 42 42 .627 .594 .581 .515 .500 2H 3Vi m 8V4 .471 lOHi .471 lOVj .469 10V4 .408 15 .382 16V4 Thursday'! Results Cleveland 8 Minnesota 1 Baltimore 3 New York 1, night Los Ang. 4 Kan. City 3. night (Only games scheduled) Saturday's Games Kan. City at Los Ang., night Chicago at Minnesota Baltimore at Washington Detroit at New York Cleveland at Boston National League Bears to show games on closed TV CHICAGO (UPI) — The Chicago Bears will apparently be the first pro football team to display its home games closed circuit television. The Bears announced Thursday that two local theaters, the Uptown and the Arie Crown in McCormick Place, will telecast the games. Owner Coach George Halas of the Bears said the Arie Crown would show five games, all but the Los Angeles Rams the Uptown would show all but and Detroit Lions' games, and the Rams games. The two theaters will make about 9,300 more seats available. Reserved seat tickets covering the five games at Arie Crown will be sold for $25, and the six games at the Uptown for 530. These prices are the same as box seats at Wrigley Field, the Bears' home stadium. Major League Leaders National League G. AB R. H. Pel. Wiliams. Chi 63 248 46 90 .363! Mays. SF 67 251 59 87 .347 1 J""""^ ^.^-^"^ '^Sejes Cham headliner has attracted a representative field that also includes Count Charles, Close By and W i 1 Rad, aU highly re- regarded. The tentative field is rounded out with Royal Eiffel, TJTO Lad, ChcUos, Pelcgrin, Mainsheet, Just Prince, Pop's Harmony, Private Charter, Ben Turner and Hurry Ribou 'in today's feature, Canadian B., one of the more improved horses of the meeting, seeks his third straight victory in the fea- cals 7-5, and R 6-6 5 9 1-11. ToQm T,i »i,.» nchewing up your|ment goes all through this ele-, RHV- ^7 H- Vi brand new shoes, or even foriphant stuff, and how while this 5-7 Team'l4 4 8 Soa'd^as 2u^i''''''^8 in the mud and then'plant may not have life length-' 9 ~ -^eam Two f ^'g Misfit i grabbing a few winks on^ening qualities it has "startling y =. leam IHO 2^=-9, Misfits,^g^.j ^^.^ ^^^3 beauUfying effects ... and But, man, oh man, there has'no wonder then the excitement The classes offered include beginning through the life saving program. CIninte, Pitt 63 257 42 86 ^335 1*"''" °^ Commerce Purse for on I Torre, .Mil Hunt, NY Stargel. Pitt Allen, Phil Cepcda, SF Boyer, StL 63 235 38 76 .323 i t^iree-year-olds. 63 239 46 181 64 252 53 196 68 258 Calison, Phil 64 257 31 27 4S 29 36 39 77 .322 58 .320 77 .305 60 .306 78 .302 77 .300 American League Robnsn, Bait 67 247 37 81 .328 OUva, Minn c67 284 48 93 .327 Allison, Minn 64 238 50 77 .324 Hinton, Was 68 267 38 86 .322 Fregosi, LA 56 181 34 58 .320 ManOe, NY 55 171 31 54 .316 Causey, KG 67 262 36 82 .313 Bresud, Bos 68 261 40 81 .310 Apricio. Bait 54 220 34 67 .305 Howard, NY 60 221 27 67 .303 W. L. Pet. CB Philadelphia 40 24 .625 San Francisco 41 27 .603 i Pittsburgh 36 29 .554 4\i Cincinnati 35 41 .530 6 St. Louis 34 34 .500 8 Chicago 31 32 .492 8Vi Los Angeles 33 35 .485 9 Houston 33 36 .478 Shi Milwaukee 31 35 .463 lOVi New York 20 50 .286 23 Thursday's Results Pittsburgh 8 New York 1 St Louis 4 Houston 2 San Francisco 2 Los Angeles 1, 13 innings, night (Only games scheduled) Saturday's Games Los Angeles at San Francisco Cincinnati at Pittsburgh New York at Milwaukee Philadelphia at SL Louis Houston at Chicago Rookie Koper signs with Warriors SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The San Francisco Warriors looked to rookie Bud Koper to day for some of that needed outside shooting to go with their "hustle and muscle." Koper, a 6 feet 6 guard who hit on an average of 48.6 per cent of his shots from the floor at Oklahoma City University last season, came to terms with the Warriors Thursday. "He has been rated by many NBA scouts as the best outside shooter in the naUon, college or pro," general manager Bob Feerick said of the Warriors' No. 2 draft selection. Alou out with knee injury MILWAUKEE (UPI) — Felipe Alou of the Milwaukee Braves is sidelined with a twisted knee suffered during batting practice Wednesday. Dr. Bmce Brewer examined Alou's knee but there was no immediate indication how long the Braves' outfielder would be lout of the lineup. { Home Runs American League — Killebrew. Twins 23; Allison, Twins 17; Powell, Orioles 16; Colavito, Athletics 16; Wagner, Indians IS; Hall, Twins 15. National League — Mays, Giants 22; WilUams, Cubs 18; Howard, Dodgers 17; Allen, Phils 14; Robinson, Reds 13. Runs Batted (n American League — Stuart, Red Sox 55; Killebrew, Twins 52; Wagner, Indians 51; Colavito. Athletics 46; Rohmson, Orioles 43. National League — Mays, Giants 53; Boyer, Cards 51; Santo, Cubs 44; Stargell, Pirates 44; Torre, Braves 42; WiUiams, Cabs 42. Pitching American League — Ford, Yanks 10-1; Kralick, Indians 8-2; Bunker, Orioles 7-2; WU- son. Red Sox 7-2; Pascual, Twins 9-3; Newman, Angels 6-2. National League — Farrcll, ColU 10-1; MahaU:ey. Phils '7-2; Buniung, Phils 7-2; Marichal, Giants 9-3; Buhl, Cubs 8-3. Others in the field included Oldie, Maker's Jlark, Sir Echo, MaguJre, War Helmet, Emphil's Lodge, and Extra Swell. The favorites—Tall Jfaid and Real Sweet Deal — had things easy in Thursday's twin Cinder ella Stakes divisions, each winning in commanding fashion. Tall Mail beat Buyonda by four lengths and paid $7.00, with Rolling Wheel third. Real Sweet Deal, with Long' den up, made a later move but sUU won by 2H lengths over Lady Lorelei. Jedgarrindy took third. The winner in the second division of the $23,600 races paid S4.00. At Tri City Bowl: Thursday Handicap Doubles Ifigh Game and Series — Bob Robinson 209, 724. 200 Club — Bob Robinson 209, Jim Ca>7cr 205. Standings: Team Two 8-4, Team Six 7-5, Team One 7-5, Team Four 6-6, Team Three 4-8, Team Five 3-9. to be a limit somewhere. This advertisement is it. How About That? "For the first time," it prom- about this new high fashion line of beauty products for dogs." l\Tio's excited? Excited? I'm just ill. But maybe you are if Switching sports DENVER CXJPI) — Norman Bass, who pitched for the Kansas City Athletics in 1961 and 1962, will try out for a defensive backfield position with the Denver Broncos in the American Football League this fall. His brother, Dick, is a hack with the Los Angeles Rams of the National League. Redlands Lawn Bowlers host Santa Ana guests The Santa Ana Lawn Bowling Club numbering 30 strong were guests of the Redlands Lawn Bowlers Wednesday on the Sylvan Park greens. During the morning and afternoon there were 16 triple 14 end games played. Redlands won the event by a total plus score of 66 points. (Coffee and donuts were served at noon by the Redlands hostesses Irene Donavin and Margaret Lingenfelter. Trout plant in local waters Trout planting of catchable- size rainbow trout this week were scheduled in: Arrowhead Lake, Big Bear Lake,. Green Valley Lake, Gregory Lake, Lytle Creek, Mill Creek, Santa Ana River. Opens new offices PHILADELPHIA (UPI) —National Football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle cut the ribbon to the new offices of the Philadelphia Eagles m the Bulhtan Building Thursday. AAU decathlon championship open at Mt. Sac WALNTJT. Calif. (UPI) — Tsventy - eight versatile track and field performers, 1 e d by world record holder C. K, Yang, opened competition tonight in the first day of the na t'onal AAU decathlon champion ships at Jit. San Antonio Junior College. The meet will decide what two American athletes will compete against Russia in the July 25-26 meet at Los Angeles so Yang's appearance will be largely to tune him for his own intcmational efforts in behalf of Nationalist China. The first night's schedule begins with the 100 - meter dash. Also on tap tomght were the long jump, shot put, high jump and 400 meters. The other five events, 110 - meter hurdles, dis cus, pole vault, 1,500 - meter run and javelin, are scheduled for Saturday. ises as breathlessly as the!you're the type whose dog owns maker of a new soap which!a collar studded with diamonds, will get Uttle boys clean, "a which I personally hold should wonderfully beneficial plant is be distributed to dolls. used as a rich base for dog cosmetics." That gets me right there, as a fellow who has had his troubles over the years when cosmetics and such got on bis shirt collar. But get a load of this: "Consider the elephant which But, anyhow, this new elephant plant gunk seemingly is incorporated in, and I give it to you verbatim: "Pink shampoo for girl dogj, with a floral scent. "Blue shampoo for boy dogs, with a pine scent. "Compatability pills to soothe Mets recoil two NEW YORK (UPI) — The New York -Mets recaUed pitcher Darrell Sutherland and outfielder Larry EUiot from their Buffalo farm club in the International League Thursday. Dick Smith, a first baseman - outfielder, was optioned to the Bi­ sons to make room for the newcomers. and relax. "Vitamin pills for healthful beauty. 'And toenail polish (with the elephant plant gunk, naturally) in seven boulevard-ready shades." All this, mind you, "for the very first time." And the last, I hope. It almost makes you wish they'd drop the bomb. C. J. A. SUPER MODIFIED RACES SAT. NITE JUNE 27 TIGER JIM ROESSLER BOB SIMMONS — VALLI ENGELAUF - JAY EAST — PREACHER ROGERS — CEO. OURAOEl BUCKY STONER — BENNY! PHILLIPS & SO MORE. 2 MAIN EVENTS RACES S: TIME TRIALS . . . «: 50 DOLLAR CASH DRAWING ORANGE SHOW SPEEDWAY SAN BERNARDINO Lange & Runke ANNOUNCE.... the Appo 'infmenf of IVAN BERRYMAN and PAUL LOVELESS To Their Sales Force IVAN BERRYMAN Ivan Berryman, Jr., who for five and a half years operated the Mobil Service Station on the northeast comer of California SL and Ave. B is now associated with the Lange and Runkel Chevrolet agency in Redlands at 800 Alabama St. Berryman lives in Yucaipa at 35228 Ave. C with his wife Delores and two daughters. He is a former automobile racer and for years was a member of the National Stock Car Racing Association. In recent years he has taken part in stock car, hot-rod and super modified car races. PAUL LOVELESS Also with Lange and Runkel Chevrolet Agency. He has lived in Redlands 24 years, is a member of the University Methodist Church and the Elk's Lodge. Loveless worked for Clayton Brlfg. Co. for 12 years as sales and service manager and with General Tire and Rubber Co., in the sales and research department for sLx years. For the past two years Loveless, has been district manager for Luskey Brothers Publishing Co., Loveless invites all his friends to call on him at Lange & Runkel.

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