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14 -fed.. .April .ft 1965 Redlands Daily Facts At Empire Bowh 800 Handicap Standings: Electronic Wholesale 43-21, Dean and Gunn Roofing 34-30, Colton Dodge SO!*, Mac's Place 31-26, lands Feed 26-38, Son 24V4-39V2. 33Vi- Red- Jacinto and High Game — Jim Brown 215. High Series — Tom Simpson 555. 200 Club — Tom Simpson 201, Lowell Bryan 203, Bob Renshaw 210, Dale Little 213, Jim Brown 215, Ray Kepfer 202. Service League i Standings: Elks Club No. One 90V-.-41V?;, Yucaipa Rotary 75-57, Y.B.C. 74H-51V2, Exchange Club 74V4-57V2, Optimist Club No. One 60-63M-, Elks Club No. Two 61Vi-70:.2, Jaycees 61-71, Evening 'Kiwanis 55-77, Redlands Rotary '52-80, Optimist Club No. Two 51^-SOii. High Game — Ellsworth Miller 237. : High Series — Al Cesario 599. 200 Club — Ross Maddox 208, 'Nick Ell 206, Bill Gregory 208, Howard Burkhart 216, Ellsworth •Miller 237, Al Cesario 234. Sacred Heart Community High Game — Howard Dailey 224, Millie Hayden 198. High Series — Harry Tate 521, Millie Hayden 538. 200 Club — Howard Dailey 224, Jess Harrod 200. A. M. Ladies Standings: Sparemasters 60Vi- 23V4. Antiques 49V4-34>^, Fireballs 48V4-35V4, Early Risers 47-37, Bowling House Four 4341, Panhandlers 29-55, Holly Jolly's 29-55, Three Blind Mice 27V=-56Vi. High Game —' Pat Uhlman 190, Marie Buckmaster 190. High Series — Marie Buckmaster 541. Lua Jackpot Green successfully defended his king of the hill crown by defeating challenger Bill Kidwell, 6 strikes to 5, in a 9 frame match, Kidwell, however, captured the optional "jackpot" by totaling 26 strikes for both squads. Bowler of Month John Costelow rolled games of 197, 213, 192, 233 for a 923 series and Bowler of the month honors in the men's division. He has a handicap of SS. In the ladies division Virginia Standings: Sloppy Four 76V-i- Tolliver took top honors with a 5Hi, Kernells 69-59, Cherry Val-|766 series on games of 208, 135, HOME SAFE — Terrier Dave Lockett crosses the .plate following a throwing error by the Riverside Poly catcher during the RHS vs. Poly baseball game yesterday. Redlands batter Gary Steddum, left, watches as Lockett crosses the plate. Five first place medals won by local swimmers Five first place medals were petition, tied the SPA record ley Nursery 67-61, P Greens 6761, Michigan Four 67-61, Eight Balls 66-62, Easterners 65V4-62V-:, •Youngsters 65M:-62M;, Sandbaggers 63'/i-64V-;, Try Hards 61- 66Vi, Carpet Baggers 59-S9, TNT 61-67, Hit and Miss 57-71, Tail Ends 50Vi-77V*. High Game — Don Poe 218, Mildred Duperron 202. High Series — Don Poe 578, Mildred Duperron 527. 168 and 175. She has a handicap of 80. . [Congl'ro, Bos 200 Club — Don Poe 218, Mil- Allison, Min Major League Leaders American League G. AB R. H. Pet. Cater. Chi 10 33 9 14 .424 dred Duperron 202. Broken Dozen Mantilla, Bos McAlife, Det. Standings: Bud's Richfield 68- Green, Bos 19, Chateau Hair Fashions 57i-i-jKiiebrw, Min La Petite Beauty Salon 57V2-29V-:, Brookside Beauty Salon 51-36, Valley Trenching 44Vi-42Vi, Huisken Sheet Metal 43-44, Wolfe's Richfield 42-45, Vogue Cleaners 34«j-52«;, Redlands Laundry 30-57, Mentone Hardware 25-62. High Game — Tom Karr 212, Georgia Milner 196. High Series — Tom Karr 538, Georgia Milner 546. 200 Club — Tom Karr 212. Elks Community Ystrzski, Bos 9 36 9 36 9 34 10 29 8 30 9 34 9 34 Campnrs, KC. 9 37 Rchrdsn, NY 11 42 9 15 .417 6 14 .389 4 13 .382 9 11 .379 9 11 .367 8 12 .353 8 12 .353 2 13 .351 4 14 .333 National League G. AB R. H. Pet. Robnsn, Cin Krnpool, NY J.Alou, SF Banks, Chi M.Alou, SF McCovy, SF Mays, SF Mathews, Mil Standings: Tom's Catering 35-j Santo, Chi 11 38 13 50 13 53 11 41 9 35 13 46 13 54 9 33 11 40 won by Redlands swimmers in Southern Pacific Association Amateur Athletic Union competition held at the Sammy Lee Swim Club, Anaheim, recently. They achieved these high places in competition with 428 swimmers from the Southern California area. Bruce Kocsis, 12 year old Redlands swimmer, set a new SPAAU record in the 200 Meter Freestyle, swimming the event in a time of 2:23.1. It was learned that he set another SPA record the previous weekend in Las Vegas, when his time for the 200 Meter Individual Medley was 2:39.8. In addition to his record- in the 50 Meter Breaststroke, for a first place, in a time of 41.1. She placed third in the 50 Meter Freestyle in a time of 34.8 and fourth in the 100 Meter Freestyle in a time of 1:21.2. Karen Martin, 8 and under age group, placed first in the 50 Meter Breaststroke with a time of 48.7. She was fourth in the 100 Meter Individual Medley with a 1:45.6. Karee Pearson, 8 and under, placed fourth in the 50 Meter Breaststroke with a time of 53.1. Larry Dick, competing for the first time in the 50 Meter Butterfly for 8 and under boys, placed fifth in the event with a time of 46.0. breaking Freestyle, Brucel Judith Martin placed fifth in placed first in the 100 Meter Butterfly in a time of 1:14, first in the 200 Meter Individual Medley in a time of 2:42.4, and third in the 100 Meter Breaststroke with a time of 1:29. Kim Pearson, swimming in the 9 and 10 year old girls com- the 100 Meter Breaststroke in a time of 1:30.6. She swims in the 13-14 age group. In the boys 13-14 age group, event with a time of 1:23.2. The 13 and 14 year old Boys Freestyle Relay team of Larry Boxer, Shannon Spence, Marc Miles and Fred Ott placed third in the 200 Meter event. Other Redlands swimmers competing in the two day meet included Walt Richardson, Gary Siegal, Chris King, Barbara Kocsis and Jennifer Smith. Coach for the Redlands Swim Club is Larry Munz with assistants Bill Shawver, Rhon Carleton, Patty Martin, and Warren Wood. It is a city Recreation Department sponsored group. The Redlands Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Redlands Boosters for Swimming are co-sponsoring a sectional AAU swim meet to be held at the Redlands High school pools on May 22 and 23. Outstanding swimmers from throughout the Fred Ott placed second in the | area will be competing, and the 100 Meter Breaststroke with a public is invited to attend and time of 1:17.1, and Shannon become acquainted with the fin- Spence placed sixth in the same est in competitive swimming. 11 16 .421 9 21 .420 10 2' 17 .415 14 .400 i 7 7 6 12 20 .370 i YHS qualifies in 10 DYL track events Yucaipa High Thunderbirds. coached by Al Murray, qualified j Dave Sepulveda and Billy Berg m 10 events yesterday at the a hrf f h D Farm Desert Valley League track and field preliminary meet at Indio The DVL finals will be held . 7 12 .364j Friday at 5:30 p.m. at Indio. 12 14 350! T°P qualifiers for Yucaipa in T-Birds lose to Banning in 11 innings Banning high Broncos came up with a run in the bottom ol the llth inning yesterday to de- Sepulveda helped his cause 'feat Yucaipa high Thunderbirds with a triple while Berg was ! 2-1 in a Desert Valley League RJHS nine beats Hemet Redlands Junior high notched a 3-1 baseball win over Hemet! yesterday on the losers field.! er's Wildcats. OUT AT FIRST — Redlands High first baseman Basil tobaugh moves off the bag offer making the tag on the Riverside Poly baserunner. Riverside stopped the Terriers' 4-2 on the RHS diamond to gain first place in the CBL -baseball chase. (Facts photos by Tarn Irving.) Riverside Poly defeats Terrier baseball team The Riverside Poly Bears! Ekema for the opening Terrier Tigers home diamond starting at turned back the Redlands high Terriers bid for their first win at home yesterday 4-2 in a CBL baseball game. The victory moved the Poly Bears into undisputed first place in the base-| ball title chase. coached by Joe De-j In the second inning, Redlands had the bases loaded when a called third strike with two away ended the threat. Another Terrier chance in the fourth inning was stopped on a shaky call at first base. Redlands Maggio opened the game with bo u 0 ™ the evenTh bu a lone tally in the first inning' and added another in the third also l-for-2 from the plate. Ber gi basebaU game ' struck out six of the Hemet bat- \ 17 Jack Barnes Ins wu i W.Davis, LA 11940 7 14 .350 1 "« prelims were Jan Persson!t cr s. Garvev Motos 31-2 ' Servi -soft Home Runs i in the 100 and 220 dashes as : Slevc Mil]er , ed eam ^ Ten 61 ^ j American League - Gentile.!™!! as the long jump. | (crs going 2 . for . 4 from the platc innin ' Ble- Mike Earls in the high jump,; including a double. Dick Bohrn- e.r * Coach Don Gifford's Thun- jderbirds managed their single RJH bat-' la " y '" " ie top °^ " le secon d couldn't get them across. _ . ., i Friday, the Terriers meet sec°V» P . ol y t . hrow ' n S error - . ond-place Chaffey high on the But the Riverside nine took' advantage of two RHS errors to gain the winning margin. A single in the top of the second drove in two runs. In the fourth, a Terrier error added another Poly run. Riverside is now 6-1-1 in the league while Redlands is 2-6 holding down the cellar with Pacific high Pirates. Pitcher Larry Ekema walked in the first, then first baseman Basil Lobaugh was struck by a pitched ball forcing Ekema to second. Outfielder Les Cowen came up with a double to score Wayne Gossett Ford 27-25, All-JA's 4 Mantle, man's Kennels 24-28, Reedy's'fary. Orioles; Banning came back for lone run m regulation Standard Oil 23^2-28'/i, Western Fruit Growers 19-33, Vine St. Ath. Club 8-44. High Game — John Hollinrake 238, Sue Barnes 193. High Series — John Hollin- Oliva, Twins; Sox; Wagner, Indians; Conigliaro, Red Sox all 3. National League — Santo. Cubs; Allen, Phils; Covington, Phils; Mays, Giants; Swoboda. 1 SDKS •», JJIC'I -iuirwi- j-jai i,j AII u iv, tn t>n jump, j uivJluUllJi; a UWUUlt, J_»H-A. JJirill 11- , . ,, Lit r »l_ • Maris, Yanks: Steve McConnell in the shot put,!stedt and Bob Saldana both play m the bottom of the sev- Thomas. Red Leon Hickey in the pole vault | wcre 2 -for-3 for Redlands. i cnth lnnlng to send the game rake 635, Dot Mulleniy 546. 200 Club — John Hollinrake !man 238, Jack Goddard 205, Earl Anderson 202. Empire Mixed Four 39, 41, Smith Packing Redlands Cab Standings: Lipskey and Son 57-30, Babcock Construction 48- Co. 46- 44Vi-42V 2 , Power Thrust 44-43, Federal Equip 43V4-43V4, Hillview Apts. 43-44, Indigo Room 42-45, Har- !ows Frigid. 37-50, Hopkins- Basham 30-57. Final signup tonight for pony grads Final signups for the Redlands Lions Club pony grad baseball teams will be held tonight from 7^9 o'clock at the Culligan Soft Water office, 632 East Citrus. Players aged 15-17 who have at least one semester of high school remaining are eligible if their birthdates are between August 1, 1947, and June 30, 1950. Prospective players should be accompanied by one parent or guardian. Baseballers signing up for the first time must furnish a birth certificate or other proof of age. A deposit of $10 is also required. Half of the deposit is returned at the end of the season when the players turn in their uniforms. Bosseler on waiver WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Washington Redskins disclosed Monday they have asked waivers on •veteran' fullback.' Don Bosseler, the club's leading all- time ground-gainer. Coach Bill McPeak said Bosseler, an eight-year veteran in the National Football League, would. not be offered a 1965 contract. By-not exercising its option on. the player, the club in effect has put him on waivers. McPeak said the coaching staff felt that 'Bosseler's best playing days were over and that he stood little chance of making the team this year. Mets; Mathews, Braves; Bate- Astros all 4. Runs Batted In American League — Mantilla, Red Sox 12; Oliva, Twins 11; Thomas, Red Sox 10; Powell, Orioles 9; Allison, Twins 9. National League — Banks, Cubs 15; Kranepool, Mets 12; Robinson, Reds; Mathews, Braves; McCovey, Giants all 10. Pitching American League — Aguirre, Tigers; Buzhardt, White Sox; Pascual, Twins; Kaat, Twins all 2-0. National League—Ellis, Reds 3-0: Giusti, Astros 3-0; Maloney, Reds; Buhl, Cards; Kroll, Mets all 2-0. Cubs; Mets; Gibson, Spahn, STANDINGS American League W. 7 8 6 5 4 5 5 4 4 2 Pet. .778 .727 .600 .556 .500 .455 .455 .400 .333 .222 GB IVi 2 2te 3 3 3Vi Minnesota Chicago Detroit Boston Cleveland New York Los Angeles Baltimore Washington Kansas City Tuesday's Results Washington 5 Baltimore 2 Minnesota 11 Cleveland 1 Los Angeles 4 Detroit 3 Chicago 10 Boston 1 K.C. at New York, ppd., rain Thursday's Games Washington at Baltimore, night (only game scheduled). National League Los Angeles Cincinnati Chicago Houston Philadelphia San Francisco Milwaukee New York Pittsburgh St. Louis W L Pet. GB 6 8 5 8 3 7 .667 .636 .600 .571 .500 .462 .444 .429 .385 .300 1 1 2 2% 2% Tuesday's Results Cincinnati 5 Chicago 3, night Milwaukee 9 St. Louis 5, night Houston 3 New York 2, night L.Angeles 5 Pittsburgh 4, night San Fran. 14 Phila. 13, night Thursday's Games Chicago at Cincinnati, night St. Louis at Milwaukee, night San Fran, at L. Angeles, night (Only games scheduled) and Steve Reynolds in the 120 yard high hurdles all qualified. Palm Springs, winner of the DVL dual meet title at 5-0, dominated the meet. Cope nine scores win over Rialto Cope Junior high turned back visiting Rialto 3-2 in a baseball game yesterday. Gary Hagerman was the winning pitcher for coach Keith Mooney's diamond squad. Joey Anderson smashed out a triple and a single for the winners to lead the hitting. Mark Englebretson had two singles and Chip Haight one. Danny Villines twirled the final three innings for the Golden Eagles. Left fielder Don Hamilton was praised by the coach for a fine defensive game. Cope will tangle with Rubidoux tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. on the Eagles field. Durelle on suspension HOCKEY AWARDS MONTREAL (UPI) — Detroit center Norm Ullman Monday was named the outstanding player in the National Hockey League and Red Wing Coach Sid Abel was named the top coach in the 16th annual top performance awards of the Hockey News. MONTREAL (UPI) — Canadian welterweight champion Joey Durelle today began an indefinite suspension imposed by the Montreal Athletic Commission for refusing to fulfill a contract to fight Armand Savoie, a man he has beaten twice in the past five months. Durelle, from Trois Rivieres, Que., interrupted his training for the May 4 title bout last week to attend his father's funeral and later informed promoter Johnny Rougeau that he wasn't fit "mentally or physically" to defend his 147-pound crown. "He was already in training and still had 13 days before the fight in which to get ready," charged ,- Rougeau,- who • asked the Canadian Boxing' Federation to declare the title vacant. "We' feel that enough." Peter Schmidt long cf Toronto, from whom Durelle won- the crown last year, has been an- as a replacement for and Rougeau has nounced Durelle, asked the Canadian federation to sanction the fight as a title match. Tomorrow, the Wildcats meet Eisenhower in an away game' starting at 3 p.m. I into the extra stanza's. host the Yucaipa nine wi! Twentynine Palms in a ! league game starting at 3:30 Ralston cut due to temper LOS ANGELES (UPI)— Den- 6 Flyweight begins training LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Former flyweight champion Hiroyuki Ebihara op e n e d training here today for his May 7 bout with Alacran Torres of Mexico. The Japanese fighter arrived here Monday night for the 12- round bout which will be the co- feature at the Coliseum with the featherweight title bout. Featherweight champion Vincente Saldivar defends his title against Raul Rojas of San Pedro in the other bout. Yucaipa AB Chiappone 2b 4 Holden ss 4 Lanncn If 4 Selby 3b 4 Shewmaker Ib 4 Potillo rf 3 Lewis c 3 Merton cf 4 Haugh p Rainbow p Totals 34 Banning AB Pennell 2b 5 Klorvstad rf 4 Malone If 5 Cavala ss 4 Van Kirk cf 2 Lyons p 2 R. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 H.| ently was out of consideration today for the U.S. Davis Cup Team. George Stock cars to open season at Orange Show Slam bang action is in store for racing fans this Saturday night when Western States Racing Club stock cars and super- modifieds take over the Orange Show Speedway for the 1965 season opener. Racing on the paved quarter will get underway at 8:30 p.m with the first of two trophy dashes. Two brothers will be out for a win in the stock division. Big Don Prather 1964 stock car champion and brother Jerry Prather who finished eight in points, will battle it out with seventy others in the forty lap main for stocks. MacCall. captain of| In the unlimited modifieds all 0 I the team, said Tuesday Ralston "does not figure in my plans at the present time" because of a temperamental outburst during tennis match at Houston, Tex., tournament last week. McCann Ib 4 Haworth c 3 Gray 3b 3 Plainer p 1 0 0 Balderas ph 2 2 0 Totals 35 2 5 Score by innings: Yucaipa 010 000 000 00—1 2 2 Banning 000 000 100 01—2 5 0 Yogi Berrcr bock in active roster with Mefs HOUSTON (UPD—You could not really call what the New York Mets are doing with their squad a youth movement, but for Yogi Berra it is his latest challenge in more years of baseball than he cares to admit. Yogi is back on the active roster with the Mets. Yogi was ready to go against the Houston Astros Tuesday night, but wasn't called upon. Instead, he spent the night coaching from, first base. You wonder what to think of those Mets. First they get a guy named : Casey Stengel, for whom "retirement" is something a 'pitcher should do to batters. And Stengel makes the Mets' losing ways a profitable business. Then the Mets sign Warren Spahn, a 44-year-old pitcher who considers age something people do to cheese to make it taste'better. And Spahn starts off the season winning as though it were going out of style.- And then the Mels put Yogi back on the active roster. The veteran catcher agreed Tuesday to be reactivated as a player for a two-week trial period, "to see if I can be of any help to the club." Berra said he will go back to coaching if he finds he is unable to play well after the two weeks. If he returns to coaching, he would not be able to play again this year. Berra said he will not make more money as a player than a coach. "I already have a good contract," he said. "I'm making a lot of money now." Yogi will blow out 40 candles tin his birthday cake in two weeks, 'and that's not springtime for a baseball player. But Yogi, made a first base coach at the start of this season, took batting practice every day with the squad, and caught batting practice as well. He kept in condition and although he had left the impression in New York he wanted no more of active play, he was ready when the Mets wanted him. the old favorites are back, such as Jay East, Vallie Engelauf, "Tiger" Jim Roessler and a full field of others. Many of whom have not been in action at the Orange Show for some time. 3:30 p.m. The Terrier sophomore team scored a 7-3 win over the Poly Bears when Joe Solis slugged a two-run homer to open the game. Tom Dolan had a double and triple for the Terriers. Ramona high managed to tumble Chaffey high 4-2 with runs in the fifth and sixth innings. The win knocked Chaffey out of the CBL lead. San Bernardino high came up with a 7-2 win over cross-town rival Pacific high In another CBL game. Southpaw Jerry Nece was the winning pitcher. Riverside AB R. H. Hubbert 3b 3 Gatson If 4 Van Busen ss 4 Jensen cf 4 Barnstrom rf 4 Corridan c 2 Thompson Ib 3 Rutledge 2b 2 Davis p 2 Beeson p 1 McCall 0 Totals 29 Redlands AB Lopez ss 3 Ekema p 1 Garcia p 1 Lobaugh Ib 2 Cowen cf 4 Lockett If 4 Crowther 3b 4 .. 1 .. 1 Steddum rf Van Horn ph Munoz 2b 2 McCall c 2 Totals 24 Score by innings: R. 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 H. 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 Riverside Redlands ....020 110 0—4 ... .101 000 0—2 Optimist league announces six-team roster for season Redlands Baseball for boys Optimist league roster were announced today by Ralph Maloof. The six teams are as follows: SPONSOR: Western Fruit Growers. Managers: Jim Gay, Majors; Glen Ekema, Minors. Roster: Marc Cummings, Dave Holguin, Rick Krause, Larry Lawson, Tim McDonald, Mark Mercer, Mike Moore, Scott Russell, Hap Pitkin, Richard Templeton, Jim Gay, Robert Dally, Van Mouwerik, Frank Llamas, Ken Lauwers, Bruce Lowell, Mike Haag. Jeff Tidwell, Donald Dade, Philip Adkins, Lloyd Equels, Bruce Kean, John O'Brien, Randy Rossi, Paul Dally, Robert West, Timmy Buechter. Ruben Barbo, Dennis Houston, Joe W. Johnson, Frankie Miranda, George Petite, Williams Petite, Randy Deshler, Eric Tidwell, John Weyl, Freddie Smith, Richard Quintana, Terrence Moore, James Mercer, Gregg Ekema, Eric Dangermond, Bobby Haag. SPONSOR: Save - U - More, Managers: Reggie Martinez, Majors; Keith Carter, Minors; Ken Corwin, Farm. Roster: John Miller, Timmy Ahearn, Tommy Ahearn, Pat Casey, Bobby Gonzales, Rourke Johnson, Richard Mulder, Ronnie Ortez, Rudy Reyes, Kenneth Rogers, Gary Vance. Stephen Hordynski, Mike Fulmer, Michael Schneblin, Glen Mullenix, David Entrekin, Johnny Gonzales, Frankie Gonzales, Mark Jacobs, Richard Schindler, Jamie Spry, David Urey, Mike Brashears, Guy Fields, Kurt Indivik, Artie Llamas, Jesse Peralta, Rick Schneblin, Dick Posey. Michael White, Stephen Landry, Lizandro Gil> Antonio Valencia, Mark Plascencia, William Ury, Tim Van Mouwerik, John Russell Johnson, Jerry Gonzales, David Bierbower, Clay Corwin. SPONSOR: Sage's. Managers: Joe Salazar, M a j o r s; Bob Jiminez, Minors; Andrew Hernandez, Farm. Roster: Tony Dominguez, Kip Rowland, Dennis Wright, Arthur Cruz, Rodney Anderson, Mitchell Curtis, Michael Campos, Troy Higgins, Herb Roque, Randy Carrillo, Ronny Miller. Mike Schoeny, Mark Olson, Dennis White, Manuel Ramos, Mark Whitmer, David Roque, Jerry Miller, Mark DeLange, Lewis Gregory, Robert Jenkins, Ken Scribner, William Cruz, Jaime Garcia, Michael Curtis. Dale Andrews, Richard Rivera David Bohrnstedt, Roland Carrillo, David Guiterrez, Don Rezendes, Terry Pickle, Bruce Gibson, Dan Whitmer, Jerry Cruz, Robin 1/apham, Richard Polchow, Wayne Mathews, John Dyess, Fred Dominguez, Gabe Hernandez. SPONSOR: Gair's. Managers: Julian Martinez, Majors; Larry Fairfield, Minors; Bruce Lowell, Farm. Roster: David Miller, Ken Corwin, Tony Garcia, Mike Me- Claury, John Salvesen, Jon Speer, Edward Lara, Stephen Rogers, Bill Herrmans, Joe Nieto, Garry Barron, Mike Fairfield. Tommy Garcia, Jeff Smith, Billy Wendt, Jim Pogue, Richard Torres, Pat Brown, David Cochrane, David Reeves,-Randy Richardson, Glen Taylor, Mike Burke, David Cranmer, Steven Johnson, Michael Holmes, Bill Bracy. Randy McPherran, .Robert Yglesias, Mark Wearn, Mark Youngerman, Thomas R e a, Craig Nielsen, Dennis McPherran, Mark Rogers, Donny Wendt, Gary Maddox. SPONSOR: Redlands Board of Realtors. Managers: George McGrath, Majors; Cy Barnes, Minors; Bob Sewell, Farm. Roster: Mike Barnes, Bobby Aldama, Randy Diaz, Marc Gibson, Dennis Hernandez, Mitch McGarth, John Rundle, Tim Hammon, Chuck Jennison, .Stephen Hill, Dennis Lipskey, Mike Hokana. Steve Hook, Xavier Solis, Billy Palmer, Ralph Wilcox, David Sheets, Mark Montgomery, Michael Jones, Tim Edwards, Darrel Hafley, Mark Nome, Mike Riggs, Bill Cranfill, Lorran Walls, Shannon Clark, Jon Jenen. Doug Johnson, Dennis McNaliy Edward Maledor, Doug Palmer, Scott Sharpe, Ken DeLangs, Greg Bauerle, Eugene Burke. SPONSOR: Gaugh Plumbing. Managers: Bob Follett, Majors; Gary Williamson, Minors; Claude Brandon, Farm. Roster: Kevin Cover, Daryl Cox, David Follett, John Reynolds, Roger Stafford, Daniel Clyde, Richard Castro, Paul Johnson,' Mark Stinson, Tired Wright, Nolan ChappeL David McBride, John Neely, David Clem, Mike Otto, Robert Ladner, Frank Sepulveda, Gerry Standefer, Scott Lawrence, Steve Stielstra, David Williamson, Steven Brandon, Steve Roque, Jerry Torrezi Bill Rochfort, Alfred Noriega, Keith Moeskau, Joseph L. Johnson, Peter Dykstra, Dale Brown, Dennis Nymeyer, Jeff McCorkle, Robert Ramos, Scott Singleton, Barry Critters, Clinton Scofield, Jeffrey Rey, James Robertson, Bernard Rosenthal, Stephen Van Mouwerik, Thomas Brown. . •

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