Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 1, 1963 · Page 10
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Redlands, California
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Monday, July 1, 1963
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Pou/y, Oregon graduate, new decaiiilon champion CORVALLIS, Ore. (UPD — America's newest decathlon champion, Steve Pauly, plans to consider his athletic future after he returns from carrying his country's colors in the U.S.-Russia meet in Moscow July 20-21. The June graduate of Oregon State University won the 1963 national AAU title and one berth on the U.S. team here Saturday by scoring 7.852 points in the twoniay 10-event test. "1 don't believe I've ever seen a better effort on the basis of his own abilities, coupled with the terrible weather." Phil JIulkey. the si.vth-place finisher, said of Pauly's victory. The 6^, 190-pounder planned to attend school this fall, but those plans may be postponed. "I might come back here and Johnson wins Atlanta race ATLANTA (UPD-Robert (Junior) Johnson, the pride of Ronda, N.C., crossed the finish line at the Atlanta International Raceway Sunday afternoon in the same position he started the Di.xie 400 stock car race ." hours and 18 minutes earlier—aJiead of the field. Johnson, who began the race at the outside pole position, roared into the lead the moment the green flag dropped to begin the race. And although he lost the lead four times, he grabbed it 25 Japs from the end of the 2G7-lap race and held on until he piloted his powerful white 1963 Chevrolet under the checkered flag. The North Carolina chicken farmer picked up $15,560 in first place cash. take a few hours so 1 could train for 1964," Pauly said after the victory. He lettered three years each in basketball and track at this school in the heart of Oregon's. He came within 18.2 seconds Saturday of being unofficially the seventh man in modem decathlon history to reach the 8.000-point mark, and his point total has been surpassed only by C. K. Yang, Rafer Johnson and Bob Mathias in winning this meet in the last 25 years. He needed a 4:35.4 clocking in the 1,500 meters to break the 8,000 point mark. "I didn't feel very good but 1 thought I could do it," Pauly said. "I kept up with the pace until the third lap and then I fell behind." His 4:53.6 was still his best time for the event. In other events, he recorded 11.3 for 100 meters, 22-10 in the broad jump, 47-0 in the shot put, 6-0 in the high jump, 49.6 in the 400 meters, 14.7 in the 110 meter hurdles, 149.1 in the discus, 12-11 in the pie vault and 241-3 in the javelin. The final 1,500-meter race also gave Dick Emberger of the Camp Pendleton, Calif., Marines second place and the other berth on the U.S. team for the Russian meet. Emberger scored 7,331 points to 7,328 for Dave Edstrom, a former Oregon Athlete now competing for O.xnard, Calif., Air Force base. Bhind the three leaders came Russ Hodge, Oxnard AFB, 7,112; Bill Toomey, Santa Clara Valley Youth Village, 6,822; Mulkey, Birmingham, Ala., 6,395; Charles Mosley. Alabama, 6,385; 1961 champion Phil Herman, Army, 6,192, Dave Thorsen, Santa Barbara, Calif.. Athletic Club, 5.978 and Bill Smith, Dayton, Ohio, Athletic Club 5,962. i V : Your : money ',; earns a higher return : \ with that • extra measure ;' : of personal j. • care and : : insured safety I : at your local • Redlands I Federal. : If you ; plan to I purchase, : build, or ; modernize • drive in— : let's talk • ; Home Loans. / We have \\ r been helping : *v nic« people .': |\ like you.. \: SINCE "; : 1890 YOU'LL FIND CONVENIENT PARKING AT YOUR LOCAL... SAVIKCS * Z.OAK ASSOCIATIOK REDLANDS Fifth and CilnlJ» 793-2391 i rOKTAHA 8601 VVli«ler »VA 2-2256-TR 5-0902 YUCAIPA 35034 YuMlpiBlyit 797-0181 BEAUMONT 725 Beaumont Ave. ••845-3151 DIVIDENDS PAYABLE QUARTERir Minnesota develops new muscleman By United Press International The rich get richer, the poor get poorer and the muscular Minnesota Twins apparently have developed a new muscleman. He's rookie Jimmie Hall, and as far as their American League rivals are concerned the Twins need him like Sonny Listen needs karate. The Twins have reeled off seven straight victories, including Sunday's 6-2 win over the Washington Senators in a drive that has carried them to within 21-4 games of the first-place New York Yankees. They've done it with power — personified mostly by Bob Allison. Harmon Killebrew and Earl Battey—but given impetus in the last few games by the 25-year-oId Hall from Mt. Holly, N.C. Hall slammed a three-run homer and two singles Sunday, giving him seven hits in his last nine at-bats and enabling relief pitcher Jlike Fornieles to pick up his first victory of the year. The Twins have been traveling at a 32 -12, .727 clip since mid-May when they were in ninth place. Yanks Pad Lead The Yankees lengthened their AL lead to two full games when they beat the Boston Red Sox, 4-2 and 114, the Detroit Tigers shaded the Los Angeles Angels, 6-5, the Chicago White So.\ won, 4-0, after an 8-4 loss to the Cleveland Indians, and the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Kansas City Athletics, 4-3 after a 3-1 loss in other American League games. Hall's homer climauNed a five- run third-inning rally during which John Goryl doubled and Zoilo Versalles had the first of his two triples. Dave Stenhouse, (he victim of the rally, suffered his ninth loss compared with three victories. Yogi Berra's three-run homer gave the Yankees their opening- game victory and the world champions took tJie nightcap with the aid of the steady five-inning relief pitching of Bill Kunkel, who won his second game. Roger Maris and Joe Pepitone homered for the Yankees in the nightcap. Come From Behind Dick McAuliffe's ninth-inning homer enabled the Tigers to climax an uphill struggle from a 4-0 deficit and give Phil Regan his fourth victory of the season. Leon Wagner, Norm Cash and Bill Bruton also homered during the game. JuUo Navarro suffered his second defeat against four wins. Two-run homers by Ma.\ Alvis. Mike De La Hoz and Woody Held paved the way for Cleveland's Dick Donovan to win his fifth game, but the White Sox earned a split on the strength of Gary Peters' seven-hit pitching in the nightcap. Rookie Pete Ward hom­ ered in the fourth and rookie Jim McCraw drove in two runs with a single in the fifth to lead the White Sox' sLvhit attack in the second game. Doc Edward's two-run 14th-in- ning single enabled the Athletics to win the first game of their doubleheader with Baltimore, but the Orioles took the 12-innmg nightcap when Bob Saverine singled with the bases filled and none out. Bill Fischer won his eighth game for the Athletics in the opener and dropped his fourth game in the nightcap. 32 yachts to sail for Hawaii Thurs. LOS ANGELES (UPD- Thirty two ocean-going yachts undenvent last - minute preparations today for the start of the 23rd Trans pacific race from the harbor at San Pedro here 2,225 miles away to Diamond Head in Hawaii. At noon on July 4 appearance of a red pennant and a cannon blast will mark the start of the race. Two former corrected time winners are entered—Chuck Ullman's 50-foot double-ended sloop Legend from Balboa Yacht Club (winner in 1957) and Peter Grant's 47-foot sloop Nalu II out of the Newport Harbor Yacht Club (winner in 1959). But generally the yachtsmen are considering it an open race with a number of unknowns in the running. At stake are the Transpacific Yacht Club trophy wiuch goes to the first one readiing Honolulu and the King Kalakaua Perpetual which drops into the hands of the overall corrected time winner. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad Get Channel 34 Th« Spanish Languaga Station with This Special Converter. Cempleta Kit. Everything You Need. $34" SELF-SEBVICE TUBE CBECKEB Antennaa and EvcrytbiDC for the DO-IT-XUU8SELP •am* TcckalcUa ELECTRONIC (WHOIXSAUS MAM N. Watanaaa Open » HU « — Suni»T 1» 'Ul S Kcdiaadj Stara K*4laii<t Bird, it Taxu St. Open ]« AM.-t P.M. Snndar 10 AJL-5 PJt. Antenna Haterlala Rosewall downs Lover in pro net final FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (UPD- Ken Rosewall is making a career of beating fellow Australian Rod Laver. The tiny king of the courts needed only 68 minutes to conquer Laver, 6~i, 6-2, 6-2, Sunday in the final of the national pro tennis championships before an estimated 5,000 at historic Forest Hills Stadium. Rosewall has earned almost $50,000 in whipping Laver 32 times in 41 matches since Rod turned pro last Januarj-. His latest victory netted him $1,400 while Laver took the runner-up purse of $1,100. In a pro-set match to determine thu-d-place money of $300, Earl Buchholz outlasted Alex 01- medo, 17-15. Rosewall and Laver split an additional $800 when they downed Buchholz and Olmedo, 7-5, 10-8, 7-5, for the doubles title. WINS CYCLE CROWN CLARKSVILLE, Mo. (UPD Olaf Moetus of Indianapolis, Ind., overcame Bob Parsons of La Canada, Calif., in the final 25 feel Sunday to capture the lOO-.kilome- ter national championship bicycle race. The 17-year-old Moetus thus earned the right to represent the United States in the international, races in Belgium next month. Steelers draft SCs Nelsen BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI) - The Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League apparently grabbed a potential star when they drafted Southern California's Bill Nelsen. Nelsen, quarterback of the 1962 national champion Trojans coached by John McKay, played all but 35 seconds in directing the West to a 22-21 conquest over the East before 20,840 War Memorial Stadium spectators watching in 80-degree-plus weather Saturday night. The steady signal caller accounted for 162 yards in the air, fired two touchdown tosses to Washington State end Hugh Campbell and found time to reel off several clutch runs when yardage was needed. But Campbell won the balloting as the game's most valuable player on the strength of his eight catches for 108 yards and two touchdowns. "Nelsen has always been a good quarterback for us," said McKay, who piloted the West to its second victory in this summer football series and bested Wisco.i.:n's Milt Bruhn for the second time-Siis year (the first in the Jan. 1 Rose Bowl). VODKA FOR CHILLS LONDON (UPD-The Russian shop here announced today it will serve free vodka for anyone who gets in line early for a special sale Tuesday and then finds out they are a little bit too cold. Redlands Daily facts Monday. July 1,19(3 - 9 Braves shutout hobbling Dodgers in 7-0 debacle LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Manager Bobby Bragan of the Milwaukee Braves, becoming bold on his club's pitching, tonight sends rookie Bob Sadowski against the Los Angeles Dodgers with the hope he can come close to the performance Sunday ol youtblul Tony Cloninger. The 22-year-old Cloninger pitched a masterful twchrtter and the Braves capitalized on his mound performance to score a 7-0 victory over the Dodgers, their second shutout in three games. Although Cloninger's pitching performance was the story of the game, and even manager Walt Alston praised his work, the Dodger skipper candidly said his club made enough mistakes to lose two or three games. "That was the best game I've ever pitched," Cloninger said as he received the congratulations of his teammates. "I mostly threw fast balls and they seemed to work." It was the second consecutive shutout Cloninger has hurled, having blanked Houston 4-0 in his previous start to run his string of scoreless innings to 19. And it was his third consecutive victory to make his record 44 for the season thus far. Only 27 men officially went to the plate against Cloninger although he faced 28, hitting Jim Gilliam with a pitched ball in the seventh inning. Gilliam in the first inning also singled off Cloninger and Ron Fairly got the only other hit, a single in the eight, but both were erased by double plays. The Braves went to work early on Dodger starter Nick Willhite with Hank Aaron leading the li­ bit attack with a homer in the first inning, his 22nd of the season. Willhite also gave up a third inning homer to Roy JIcMillan and Cloninger singled in Gene Oliver in the sixth inning after the first baseman had doubled and ad­ vanced to third on a grounder. The Braves picked up four runs, two of them unearned, off reliever Bob Miller to eliminate any possibility of the Dodgers catching up in the late innings. Sunday's crowd of 29,953 boosted the Las Angeles Dodgers home attendance to 1,013,813 to make them the first club to reach the million mark in attendance for the sixth straight season. YANK HAS MEASLES NEW YORK (LTD — Second baseman Bobby Richardson of the New York Yankees will be out of action until at least Thursday with a case of the German measles. SAMMONS AUTO SERVICE expert auto repair (30 years experience) PHONE 792-4161 313 E. HIGH AVE. 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