Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 1, 1963 · Page 9
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Redlands, California
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S - Monday, July 1, 1963 Red/onds Daily Facts Pressure packed -Finish Palmer, Lema, Aaron Playoff for $22,000 CLEVELAND (UPI) - Tony Lema, who sank a pressure putt; Arnold Palmer, who missed one, end Tommy Aaron, who birdied tour holes in a row, met todav In a playoff for the S22,000 first place money in the Cleveland Open golf tournament. In the closest and most pressure-packed tournament in PGA history, they tied for first place with 11-under-par totals of 273 Sunday over the sun-baked and heat-seared Beechmont Country Club course. There were actually 12 players in contention in the fourth round, but one by one they fell by the wayside until Lema and Palmer, who led most of the way, charged to the wire to tie Aaron. The 26-year-old Aaron, who just a week ago finished last in the U.S. Open after shooting a third- round 91. was sitting in the clubhouse after shooting birdies on the final four holes when Palmer and Lema, playing in the fina! threesome, teed off for the final three holes. They were 11 under par, the figure at which Aaron, atoning for his sorry open showing, had finished. Both Par Uth It didn't look too good for Aaron after both parred the 16th, because the 17th and 18th are relatively easy birdie holes. For Lema, it looked like curtains on the par-four 17th when his approach shot buried in a sand trap. But he blasted out to within 10 feet of the pin and sank what he called "a real money putt" to stay in contention. Palmer, meanwhile, parred the hole, so they teed off for the final hole, needing pars to tie Aaron and birdies to beat him. Playing with them was Jackie Burke, just one stroke off the pace. Burke hit the rough with his drive, put his second on the green of the par-four 38S-yard hole, 12 feet from the pin. Lema, in the fairway, went to the fringe of the green. Palmer, who outdrove them all, flipped his second shot 10 feet from the cup. Lema PuM$ First Lema putted first and went two feet past the hole. He tapped it ui, tying him with Aaron. Then Burke, with a chance to tie, rimmed the cup and was out of it That left it up to Palmer, golf's "money bags." His putt went on the high side and missed. So, for the third time in three weeks, he found himself in a playoff. Last week, he lost to Julius Boros in the U.S. Open; the week before, he had beaten Paul Harney on the first e.xtra hole of a sudden death affair for the $25,000 first-place money in the Thunderbird at Rye, N.V. It was a putt I felt I was Get Around flies west for Hollywood Derby I.N'GLEWOOD (UPI) — Maine Chance Farm's speedy colt. Get Around, lends an Eastern flavor going to make and should have I and furnishes a yardsU'ck to meas , ' ure Western 3-year-olds this Saturday when the divisional championship in the West is decided in the 5100,000 Holly\vood Derby. The sophomore division has been wide open at the meeting in the absence of Candy Spots and as a result all of the 3-year-old Racquet club to hold tourney Thursday The newlv formed tennis club "•rrif' T , X- ,, i'n Rcdiands, The Redlands Rac- Then came Jack_Nieklaus_,^who,quel Club. will hold its first inter- made," said Palmer. "When he hit it, I thought it was going in," said Lema. "I was just hoping I'd be in the playoff today." said Aaron, who seemed to be the happiest of them all. Boros Is Next Also happy, or at least he claimed he was, was Boros, who had finished an hour before the last group with a 10-under- par 274. "I'm just too tired for another playoff," said Boros. "I just want to go home and rest." As it was, that gave Boros $4,316 as he tied for fourth place with Burke and Sammy Snead. They were one stroke off the pace at 274. birdied the last hole for a 275 to pick up $3,450. Behind him at 276 came Gary Player, former Masters champion Art Wall and Don January, all at 276. Redlands swimmers win over Sierra Club 342-79 At the Sierra Swim Club Saturday morning the Redlands swimmers won an easy match by the score of 342-79. This was the second dual meet of the season for the Inland Empire Swim Club, Redlands having defeated t h e Edgehill Club for the first meet. For their third meet of the sea. son the Redlands Swim club entertains the Beachcomber Swim Team tomorrow night at Sylvan plunge with the first race beginning at 6:30 o'clock. Results of the meet Saturday are: Girls S-i 25 meter Back, Julie Buffington (1) 50.9. 25 meter Free, Karen Martin (1) 25; J. Buffington (2). Boys 5-6 25 Back, B. Haag (2). 25 Free, B. Haag (1), 22.9. Girls 8 & Under Med. Relay (Boys and Girls), Brimberry, Acheson, Griffin, Inman (1), 1:57.7. 25 Fly. S. McCaU (1) 27.8; Brimberry (2). 25 Back, C. Brimberry (1) 29.1; K. Martin (2). 25 Breast. K. Martin (C) 17.7; B. Serrao (2), R. Inman (3). 25 Free. S. McCall (1) 19.4; B. Serrao (2). Beys 8 & Under 25 Fly, P. Davis (V 27.4. 25 Back, P. Davis (1) 22.9; S. Haag (2). 25 Breast, B. Howard (1) 25.4; S. Haag (2). D. Griffin (3i. 25 Free, J. Buffington (2); B. Polack (3). Girls 9 & 10 50 Fly, S. Griffin iV 45.4. 50 Back. S. Griffin (1) 46.7. 50 Breast, M. Thompson (1), 49.5; M. Inman (2). 50 Free, M. Thompson (1) 40.4. 100 Free Relay (Boys and Girls) R. Hughes, D. Hughes, M. Thompson, S. Griffin (1) 1:11.5. Boys » & 10 50 Fly, B. Shawver (1) 39; C. John (2), R. Hughes (3). 50 Back, B. Shawver (1), 43; John (2); J. Acheson (3). 50 Breast, B. Shawver (1) 49.1; D. Hughes (2). 50 Free D. Hughes (2). 100 Free Relay (Boys and Giris) R. Hughes; D. Hughes; JI. Thompson, S. Griffin (1) 1:11.5 Girls 11 & 12 50 Fly, K. Shawver (1) 42.5; W. Larson (2). 50 Back, J. Chambers (1) 42.8; M. Harty (3). 50 Breast, J. Martin (1) 44.8; W. Larson (2). 50 Free, K. Shawver (1) 35.8. 200 Free Relay (Boys and Girls) L. Boxer, M. Miles, J. Martin, J. Chambers (1) 2:21.8. Beys 11 & 12 50 Fly, L. Boxer (1) 37.6; B. Brimberry (2). 50 Back, M. Miles (1) 39.1; B. Brimberry (2). 50 Breast. M. Miles (1) 44.5; P. Davis (3). 50 Free, L. Boxer (1) 34.6; B. Brimberry (2). 200 Free Relay (Boys and Girls) L. Boxer, M. mies, J. Martin, J. Chambers (1) 2:21.8. Girls 13 & 14 200 Med. Relay (Boys & Girls); Chambers, Shawver, Spencer, Acheson (1) 2(36.6. 50 Fly, L. Woodside (1) 37.4; J. Martin (2), K. Cleaver (3). 50 Back, P. Scott (1) 36.8; N. Binkley (3). 50 Breast, L. Woodwide (1) 43.2; W. Larson (2). 100 Free, P. Scott (1), 1:14.8; P. Bierbauer (4). 200 Free Relay, Wilke, Lawrence, Scott, Woodside (I) 2:10.3. Boys 13 A 14 50 Fly, J. Gorman (i) 33.4. s Wilke (2), B. Hess (3). 50 Back, J. Gorman (1) 39.8; B. Lawrence (2). 50 Breast, S. Willde (l) 41.4; S. Spence (2). 100 Free, B. Lawrence (1), i;. 16.3; R. Epperson (3). 200 Free Relay (Boys and Girls) Wilke, Lawrence, Scott, Woodside (1) 2:10.3. Girls 15 & 17 200 Med. Relay (Boys and Girls) S. Melcher, J. Ball, H. Pos- Vic, D. Scott (1) 2:30.3. 50 Fly, H. Posvic (1) 37.7; S. Lawrence (2). 750 Back, J. Hess (1) 43.4; C. Martin (2); S. Lawrence (3). 50 Breast, P. Lawrence (1) 43.5; J. Ball (2), H. Posvic (3). 50 Free. P. Lawrence (1) 33.2; J. Hess (2) C. Martin (3). 200 Free Relay (Boys and Girls) Ball, Lawrence, Huffaker, Kackley (1) 2:06.5. Boys 15-17 100 Fly, D. Scott (1) 1:16.4; D. Kackley (2). 100 Back. G. Huffaker (1) 1:12; S. Melcher (2). 100 Breast, D. Kackley (1) 1:29.3. 100 Free, G. Huffaker (1) 1:01 .7; D. Scott (2); S. Melcher (3). 200 Free Relay (Bo>-s & Girls), Ball. Lawrence, Huffaker, Hack ley (1) 2:06.5. Mission Pony League July 4 special event Mission Victoria Pony League has a large program planned for Thursday, July 4th. beginning at 2 p.m. with a barbecue and carnival and winding up around 10 p.m. following a double header baseball game, Mrs. Gordon Hall, program chairman announced. Along with the event a rummage sale will be held at the Victoria School on Richardson street. Those having donations for the sale can take them to Jlrs. H. N. Stewart, 26553 Ward street. Highland. club round robin tournament' on Thursday on the University of Redlands Courts. The UR has given the club permission to use their courts when they are not occupied by the University students or faculty. During the summer the members of the Redlands Racquet Club will officially meet at the courts on Sundays at 3 p.m. Anyone interested in joining is invited to bring their racquet and play at that time or call 792-4868 for information. The new name for the tennis club was determined at a recent meeting at the home of Judge Joseph Ciano who is chairman of the board. For the convenience of the tennis club members a telephone will be installed at the courts with all members names and numbers listed. A temporary men's and women's ladder was established for the present membership at the board meeting. The ladder will be posted at the UR court and at Pratt Bros. Sporting Goods. stakes leading up to the Hollywood Derby have been split because of big fields. But it was unlikely that the Derby will be split into divisions now that some of the lesser contenders have dropped by the wayside and Get Around flew West to take their measure. The Holly^vood Derby is at the traditional mile and a quarter distance and a field of a dozen was anticipated. Get Around's chief rival was expected to be Mrs. Connie M. Ring's Olympiad Kmg, winner of two stakes at the meeting. Others who have come out of the pack as the meeting progressed are Y Flah, Quita Dude. Sky Gem, Three Links and Mis silery. The handicap division gets its final tuneup event prior to the $162,100 Hollywood Gold Cup v.i'h the running of the $50,000 American handicap on July 4 at I-Uth miles. The Holiday Stakes also had a topnotch eastern invader to test the western handicap stars in Fred W. Hooper's Admiral's Voyage who is using the race as his final prep for the Gold Cup. The 2-year-oId fillies have their big test Tuesday with the running of the $25,000 Hollywood Lassie Stakes at 5Vi furlongs. Travis M. Kerr's speedy and game filly. Table Mate, captured the distaff championship of the meeting Saturday with a two- length win in the $55,650 Vanity Handicap, a race she barely got into because of having been stricken with the widely prevalent coughing vims earlier in the meeting. The 4-year-oId daughter of Royal Charger, however, got a masterful ride from jockey Willie Shoemaker and responded with a surge of speed in the stretch to put away the Howard B. Keck entry of Pixie Erin and Dingle Bay which ran second and third. Table Mate raced the Hath miles in the good time of 1:28 2-5 and as a lukewarm favorite she returned $7.20 to win. ROSSMONT WINNERS — Top cross country runners (I-r) Bill Pasley, Gercid Smith end Bud Perry took home the trophies in the second annual Rossmont Hill Handicap six mile race Saturday. Perry received the award for the first Redlands runner across the finish line. Pasley set a new course record of 33 minutes and 28 seconds and was ninth overall in the run. Smith, of Redlands, was director of the meet and finished second overall with a 39:46 time. He runs for the Hub Harriers of Colfon. (Facts phofo by Tarn Irving) Perry first Redlander in Rossmont Hill run Buddy Perry was the first Redlands runner to cross the finish line in the second annual Ross­ mont Hill sLx mile cross country run Saturday morning, but he was six minutes behind the fastest time. Bill Pasley, running for the Culver City Athletic Club, set a new course record'of 33 minutes and 28 seconds almost a full minute under the old mark. Robert Carman, a teacher at San Bernardino Valley College and also a member of the CCAC set the old last year at 34 minutes and 21 seconds. Carman did not enter this year. Pasley was the last runner to start in the 36 man field and finished ninth overall in the handicap division. He ran at scratch while all of the other entries had handicaps measured in minutes. Around Sunset Drive The course started at the bottom of Rossmont Hill and went up to Sunset drive. The runners then toured Sunset drive to Franklin street and Franklin to Garden where they turned up Garden to the finish line. "That was the steepest hill I've ever seen on a cross country course," Pasley from Los Angeles stated after the race. "It's good that it was at the start. I don't think many would have been able to make it up if it bad been near the end. "Cross co'uitry runners like to have the weather overcast, in fact if it's just about ready to snow that's even better, "Pasley added. Most of the runners thought the course was a little warm, especially the last one- half mile up Garden to the finish line." Actual first place handicap winner was Rich Bulick with a 42:05 time. Gerald Smith of Redlands, running for the Colton Hub Harriers was second in the handicap division m\h a 39:46 time. Lee Crawford of San Bernardino was third followed by Amie Hor ton of Pico Rivera and George Pagon also of Pico Rivera in fifth. Mike Kish, a 57 year old youngster from Riverside, had a finishing kick to out leg three other runners up Garden street for sixth place overall. Kish finished with a 48:23 time just one second in front of Robert Sebedrz and three seconds in front of Rick Perez both of the Pico Rivera team in the final dash for the finish line. Smith Directs Meet Director of the meet was Ger­ ald Smith of Redlands who placed second overall and arranged for the trophies donated by local business firms. At the end of the race runners had a bottle of Seven-Up donated by the bottling company. Redlands Steve Shawver, who will be a sophomore at Redlands High this year finished 21st overall and had a 39:20 actual time. Jeff Rawlings, RHS miler, was 26th and had a 38:28 time for the sk miles. Bud Forman. former RHS runner, and currently a student at the University of Nevada toured the course in 36:41 for a 20th place finish in the handicap division. Stan Stafford, of the Colton Recreation Department was clerk of the course for the running of the Rossmont race. CAPTURES BIG RACE PARIS (UPI)-Jean Temynck 's Sanctus outran 18 rivals Sunday to win the 600,000 francs ($120,000) Grand Prix de Paris horse race at Longchamp. Signer finished second but stewards placed him third for interfering with Due de Gueldre. Now You Know By United Press International The state of Kansas was named for the Kansas Indians, or "People of the South Wtad," according to the National Geographic Society. Basebal for Boys ELKS Major Pratt Brothers knocked out eight iiits including a three-run over the fence homer by Tim McGaffigan in the fu^t inning. Jo!in Vander Veen had a perfect night at the plate hitting a pair of singles and doubling in three trips to the plate in Pratts 5-3 victory. Jim Geissinger got credit for the win by pitching the full game for Pratts. Geissmger walked two, struck out seven, and allowed seven hits in the last three innings. Tri City .000 201—3 7 0 Pratts 400 01.\-5 8 1 Jim Gosse and Steve Mitchell; Jim Geissinger and John Olco- vich. Minor Pratt Brothers, who are leading the league with six win and no losses, pasted another loss to an opponent, Tri-City, 16-2. Steve Butler was the winner al though he did have to be relieved by Joe Coyazo. Butler walked one, struck out two, and gave up two hits in the three innings he was on the mound, while Coyazo walked none, struck out three, and allowed no hits in the two innings he was on the mound. Hitting singles for Pratts were: George Olcovich, Joe Nelson, Chris Herrin; Chuck Bellue, and Joe Coyazo. Tri-City 002 OO- 2 2 3 Pratts 542 14—16 5 4 Steve Butler, Joe Coyazo (4) and Don Izaak; Mark McClusky and Evin Williams. McKinley meets Wilson in quarter-finals WIMBLEDON, Eng. (UPI) — Chuck McKinley, America's chief hope for victory in the Wimbledon tennis championships, met Britain's Bobby Wilson today in the men's smgles quarter-fmals. Frank Froehling, the only other Yank still alive in the men's singles, faced his toughest challenge in the tourney thus far when he opposed the seasoned Fred Stolle of Australia. Top-seeded and favored Roy Emerson, who is shooting for the "grand slam" of the Australian, French, English and American titles, met Willie Bungert of Germany, and CUu-istian Kuhnke, also of Germany, played second-seeded Manuel Santana of Spain in the other men's quarter-finals.

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