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GREETINGS — With a jaunty wave of his western hat Kansas City Athletics owner Charles O. Finley makes a grand entrance into the Americana Hotel in New York City astride his baseball team's mascot mule, Charlie O. Finley and Charlie O. are in New York for his club's series with the New York Yankees. (UPI Telephoto) House broken mule Charlie O. cuts quite e in New York a figun BLOWN OUT OF PROPORTION Redlands Daily Facts Wed., April 28,1965 - 15 UR nine heads league after Claremont win Outfielder Derek Shelton blasted a three-run homer to he!? the University of Redlands Bulldogs come up with a 7-6 win over Claremont Harvey Mudd yesterday on the Stags diamond. The victory was the sixth straight for coach Paul Taylor's UR diamondmen and moved them into solid first place in the SCIAC race. Shelton's big blast came with two teammates aboard in the fifth inning. Catcher John Jenkins had smashed out a solo round tripper in the fourth inning. Getting the nod for the win was pitcher Jim Hogan who went 82-3 innings. Gary Sherman came in to relieve Hogan in the bottom of the ninth. Claremont Mudd rallied and scored three runs in the final stanza but Sherman got the final out to preserve the UR win. Claremont opened with a run in the first inning and added two more in the fifth. Redlands came back in the second and third for single scores. The UR tied the score in the second on a walk to Shelton, a sacrifice by Tom Banning and a single by Roger Stone. In the Cutting red tape for big match BOSTON (UPI) — Efforts to clear legal questions concerning the scheduled May 25 Casius Clay-Sonny Listen heavy- veight title rematch will be made Thursday in Suffolk Coun- y Dist. Atty. Garret H. Byrne's 'ffice. With both boxers due to arrive in Massachusetts Saturday o begin final workouts for the Boston Garden fight, Byrne has ndicated that he still hs a few unanswered legal questions be:ore the county will approve :he bout. Bold Lad, 1964 champion, back in peak form today By MILTON RICHMAN Finlcv . LOUISVILLE, is acutely aware of quite a turnout and traffic was Bold Lad, the Ky. (UPD—; trainer Frank Childs agreei Howie Reed gets credit for Dodger win LOS ANGELES (UPD—How- ie Reed, a pitcher who's been kicking around the major leagues for four years, has to consider himself a lucky young fellow today. Reed, 28, got credit for the victory Tuesday night when the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Pittsburgh Pirates, 5-4. al though he pitched to only one Bulldog tennis team blanks Oxy, 9-0 Coach Jim Verdieck's University of Redlands netters blanked visiting Occidental College 9-0 yesterday to climax its undefeated SCIAC season. The Bulldogs won every match except two in straight ets. The UR netters will tingle vith Los Angeles State College omorrow on the Bulldog courts with action starting at 2 p.m Saturday, coach Verdieck's ennis team hosts Long Beach State in another non-conference match. Singles—Schoen def. Bill Yeo mans, 4-6, 6-1, 6-4; John Yeo mans def. Newhall, 6-1, 6-0: 'eacock def. Taylor, 8-6, 7-5- Morris def. Steffens, 6-1, 6-1; Ciano def. Rabin, 6-2, 6-3; Ham Iton def. Krelge, 6-1, 6-4. Doubles—Schoen & Yeomans def. Taylor & Yeomans, 6-2, 6-0 liano & Peacock def. Newhal : Steffen, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3; Hamil ton & Morris def. Kreige & Dan ziger, 6-2, 6-3. Frosh: UR 8, Oxy 1. Heck Ib 1 enkins c 3 logan p 3 1964 juvenile'that "if we don't start we "don' Tne 210-pound right hander I . . . . . ' .,,!,,-,.,•.,„ "3 <,,.;* I, t Un TirvH (fort NEW YORK (UPD—You can : this feeling because each time tied up when he rode sleepy-: champion,' was back at peakihave a chance to win, so he is; who wa s 3-4 with the Dodgers ad a horse to water, but who it is mentioned he becomes amoved Charlie 0 up to the hotel f orm lo day for Saturday's run-'a definite starter." | last season and 8-3 with their jning of the S125.000 added Ken-i Cni i ds , vho sadd i ed Tomv!f, pok ^ ne '.,. Wa ' h " ' Derbv lead ever heard of sending a mule: little mulish about it. j entrance. to the United Nations? ! "Listen," he said, after reg-j More At Hotel j lucky Derby but a field of Lee'for'a You're hearing it now be- istering the beast into a; "We had more people than; about 12 horses still was inj v j c t ory and sent out Sir cause that's exactly what swanky New York hotel, "what there were out at the baU. pr0 spect for the rose run de- :10 i, e fourth in 196'' rated his) Charles 0. Finley did Tuesday. ; this game of baseball needs park." he said. ! sp jt c the colt's smashing tri-! co ]f s chances at 10-T and abouti away ' Finley is the owner of the|most is color. And if it takes; That was true enough. There, um ph Tuesday in the Derby ;on a par with Sir Ribot in abil """ Kansas City baseball club al-!a Missouri mule to put some; were 1.399 fans in the stands at tr j a i a t Churchill Downs. i j tv though he's not what you'd ex-! color into it then that's the way; Yankee Stadium when the con- farm club in Ithe Pacific Coast League tool pect the ordinary major league; it's going to be." ! test between the A's and Yan- owner to be. Bold Lad streaked to a four; length triumph in the last prep j ty the sixth inning with ' Reed got Manny Mota on pop to second baseman Jim There are some baseball con-ikees was postponed because of racc f or America's racing clas- Finley's mule, which answers servatives who look down their 1 rain a few minutes before to the name of Charlie 0, isn't'noses at Finley and have the'game time. There were more feeling that stunts of this an ordinary mule, either. He's house-broken — "hasn't 1 are bush, had an accident in any hotel. "Isn't that just too he's been in" — travels in an:snapped the KC owner, gradu eir - conditioned, custom built | ally getting his dander up. trailer and drinks champagne ; sic runn ing a mile in the fast "-:,.' """"••• " '"" •""'"" ! t ime of 1-35 1-5 But only two'*'" 1 . glve ."' 4°',!] eT Sl i PP ™ . - . . is type than 2.000 on hand when Fin- of the five norses which tried : ru " mng . ^ i lev and Charlie 0 checked in! vainly to matc h his speed were w1 ' mg '? *?'; ainly to match his speed bad." at the hotel's registration desk. out of t h e first of the Triple Since Charlie 0 was hungry, Crown Classic. Darby Dan Farm's Bugler Lefebvre to end the inning am I have seen the Jim Dandy's| was lifted for a pinch-hitter ii it the 2-5 shots," said the ;ihe bottom O f the sixth, veteran trainer. "If Mr. Jacobs j So ne - s J.Q on the season. Th score was even, 2-2, when Reec are performed his brief stint an the Dodgers got three winnin He referred to Flag Raiser. runs in ine bottom of the sixl owned by Isidor Bieber and trained by Hirsch Jacobs but i under the care of son John Flag Raiser has row—the Finley ordered room service. If you can't have fun with; Up came a bellhop with a an( j Triple R. Stable's One Aft-'"" ul 7 with his dinner. your work then you're lost. I'm | silver bowlful of oats andi crnoon f e n D y t he wayside but: Jaco s The feeling is rather general i having fun. It's my money and i champagne to wash it down.! Carpenter's 'Rule and Applei£ on ' , „ .. ri that Finley has designated the! it's my ball club and nobody isjThe mule made quick work of ICorC] if t he track is muddy.'^ ay ^™; n ,"|; in ,_ mvs " ( mule Kansas City's official; going to tell me what I can do both. | w jH 't, e back for another crackv' 00 " M" mnrln mascot and is sending him j with either of them." j Then the animal began hisi at the \vheatley whiz. i 1 pacc along around the country with I It was a source of somci working day. First he went to "There is no sense saying he the ball club strictly as a pub-'pride with Finley that despite the World's Fair and then to djdn't beat licity stunt. i weather Tuesday, there was; the U.N. while he was the pitcher of rec ord. The Pirates and the Dodger; conclude their two-game serie tonight. Claude Osteen, 2-1, i scheduled to start for Los An geles against Pittsburgh's Bol Veale, 1-0. The Dodger victory mean first place in the Nationa League with an 8-4 record. Podres, 1-0. went five an two-thirds innings, giving up si hits, walking three and strikin out three. Manager Walt Alston said la ter he was not worried abou Podres' arm which was opera ed on last year but took him out because he was wild. Bob Miller succeeded Reec and finished the game, pitchin three innings. He allowed tw runs and six hits and it wa lucky the Dodgers had an ea lier margin. lird, Dave Wegner doubled, ole third and scored on a sin- le by Ted Acres. Redlands added the winning un in the sixth when Hogan oubled and then came home n a single by Bob Beck. Shelton's homer was his only it in four tries at the plate nd his SCIAC batting average ropped to .647, the best by ar in league. The UR nine meets Ciaremont [udd Saturday at 1 p.m. in a oubleheader on the Bulldog iamond. iedlands AB R. H. Vegner 2b 5 1 1 Vkers ss .... lonquillo ss . ?eck rf helton cf ... ianning If .. tone 3b . .. 'ownsend Ib Vilson ph jherman p Totals .. Claremont 0 . 36 AB Premot 3b 3 Vilson ph 1 4rkell cf 5 'erry 2b 1 ohnson Ib 5 verson rf 4 Bilger p 2 •lullins p 1 Icott ph 1 Cox If 5 Griffith ss 4 'ignatelli c 4 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 n i i o 10 H. 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 'o 1 1 Totals 36 6 8 Score by innings: Redlands ...Oil 131 009—7 10 5 llaremont ..100 020 003—6 8 1 Bicyclists on rugged 200-mile race ASPEN, Colo. (UPD— Some 100 bicyclists from Canada, Mexico and the United States will pedal over 200 miles of the most rugged terrain in the Colorado Rockies next July. Officials said the North American Bike Touring Championships would begin July 24 at Aspen and end the following day in the same city. The contestants will wheel out of Aspen to Vail, spend the night there, then pump east over Battle Mountain into Leadville, then over Independence Pass to Colo. 82 to cross into Aspen. The most rugged area is Independence Pass where 20 miles of graveled road twists through 14,000 foot peaks. — by setting i In addition. Lucky Debonair, , .. ., .. co-favorite with Bold Lad for much. said Jim. the Ken(ucky Derby priw lo t,naieau-i thc running of lnc r) cr by f"i Pascual leads Twins to 11-1 win over Cleveland Robinson and Reds make move earlier this year •• by victory and who has Bugler I this year. 'Bold Lad has been tested .ive Charger, Rolfe. Hail To All, Swift Ruler and Mr. Pak are certain starters in the mile and one- I before and when he showed her vpntuckv Derby was in form that was it for quarter . Kc ^ t Vl k . y> . c .u. i he added. By United Press International Frank Robinson and the Cincinnati Reds are proving again that as the big slugger goes, so goes the team. The National League's Most the fastest start of his major for his second victory but was league career and the Reds with seven victories in their first 11 games. The 29-year old Robinson, in his 10th season in the majors, Valuable Player in 1961 when j raised his average to a blister the Reds won the pennant, Robinson failed to achieve such major goals last season as 100 runs batted in and 30 homers. And, of course, the Reds just did miss winning the NL flag after a late-season splurge. Robinson and the Reds are making their move a lot earlier this year — Robinson with ing .421 Tuesday night when he hit four straight singles and stole a base to lead the Reds to a 5-3 win over the Chicago Cubs. Other big blows in the Reds' 12-hit attack were homers by Deron Johnson and Tommy Harper and two hits by Don Pavletich. Jim Maloney received credit SUPER-MODIFIED AND STOCK CAR AUTO RACES SAT. 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In the American League, Minnesota routed Cleveland, 11-1, Chicago romped against Boston, 10-1, Washington defeated Baltimore, 5-2, and Los Angeles edged out Detroit, 4-3. Kansas City at New York was rained out. Robinson singled home the Reds' first run in the first inning and their final run in the seventh. Cincinnati's other three runs came in the third on the homers by Harper and Johnson Dick Tracewski's two-run double and a run-scoring single drove in three runs and led the 10-hit Dodger attack. Howie Reed, who bailed Johnny Po dres out of a sixth-inning jam by retiring one batter, was credited with the victory al though Bob Miller pitched the last three innings. Eddie Mathews hit his fourth homer of the season and Deni Menke, Frank Boiling and pitcher Denny LeMaster ha two hits each for the Braves who played before the smalles home crowd in their Milwaukei history — 1,677. Billy O'Del preserved the victory witl three-hit, one-run relief over th last four innings. Perne L. Grissom's Carpener's Rule was second in the rial and both the owner and Hy Request favorite at Los Alamitos LOS ALAMITOS (UPI) — Hy Request, with leading jockey harles Smith aboard, was the avorite in today's Shavenau Click Purse at Los Alamitos ace course. Smith, who scored a riding :ouble Tuesday, was listed as he top jockey at the track. Other entries included Hy Request tiff competition were Mick's ^lug Bar, Mr. Barredeen and VIeja Charge. In Tuesday's featured race, ?hree Jets, ridden by Joe Mat- ,uda, upset Vandy's Jet by a neck. Three Jets covered the 350 yards in 18.3 seconds and paid 110.40 to win. La Fortress was .bird. Dapper Delegate, the Louisiana Derby winner, and Naru- shua may join the field. CIBA all within game and half By United Press International A game and a half separates the top from the bottom in the high - powered California Intercollegiate Baseball 'Association (CIBA) as it heads into another big weekend of action. Tuesday, UCLA (7-8) climbed out of last place with a 7-3 win over Southern California (5 - 5), thanks to three unearned runs in the sixth. Today, first - place Stanford (7-5) takes on California (5-5) and a Bears victory would really throw the race into chaos. The Indians dumped San Jose Slate, 9-4, in non-league action Tuesday. On Friday, California is at Stanford and the Trojans face the Bruins in a rematch. By United Press International Camilo Pascual is known around the Minnesota Twins' lubhouse as a fellow with a liort temper, a dazzling curve nd a whip-lash batting swing. He's succeeded in controlling is temper fairly well in re- ent years but both the dazz- ng curve and whip-lash swing vere on display Tuesday night vhen he pitched a two-hitter nd hit the second grand slam omer of his career hi the 'wins' 11-1 rout of the Cleveand Indians. The 31-year old righthander rom Havana, Cuba struck out ive, walked only two and al- owed only four Indians to each base safely. He started lowly against the Indians yield- ng a leadoff double to Dick lowser, who scored on an in- ield out and Max Alvis' sacri- ice fly, and walks to Chuck Hinton and Rocky Colavito but hen retired 21 consecutive bat- :rs. Pascual's grand slam capped a seven-run first inning and came off relief pitcher Stan Williams after the Twins had chased starter Sam McDowell. The only active AL pitcher ,vho has hit more than one ;rand slam, Camilo hit the first of his career off Bob Turley .of six-hitter and Don Buford drove TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready mar- Iket through Classified Ads. K. C. KERPLOPPER— Qualifications for a good first baseman are height and agility. It also helps if he can fly a bit as Jim Gentile of Kansas City indicates here. Gentile is in the midst of a dive in vain for a wide throw. he New York Yankees on Aug. 14, 1960. The hard-hitting Twins ripped nto McDowell with a double ay Zoilo Versalles, singles by Tony Oliva and Harmon Killebrew and walks to Jimmy Hall, Earl Battey and Jerry Kindall. That brought on Williams to pitch to Pascual, who promptly connected for the big wallop of the game. Camilo also drove in another run later in the night. Bob Allison led Minnesota's 13-hit attack with a double and two singles and Pascual, Killebrew and Battey had two hits each. The victory was the Twins' seventh in nine game this season. The Chicago White Sox downed the Boston Red Sox, 101, the Washington Senators beat the Baltimore Orioles, 5-2, and the Los Angeles Angels nipped the Detroit Tigers, 4-3, in other games. Kansas City at New York was rained out. In the National League, Milwaukee bombed St. Louis, 9-5, Los Angeles beat Pittsburgh, 54, Cincinnati topped Chicago, 53, Houston nipped New York, 3-2, and San Francisco out- slugged Philadelphia, 14-13. Johnny Buzhardt pitched a in two runs with three singles and a double as the White Sox scored their fifth straight vic- .ory. The White Sox clinched the game when they scored six runs in the seventh inning. Tony Conigliaro • homered for the Red Sox. It was the seventh time in a two year span that Buzhardt has beaten the Red Sox. Frank Howard, the 6-foot, 7- inch, 255-pound giant acquired from the Los Angeles Dodgers during the off-season, drove in four runs with a homer and a single. Steve Ridzik received credit for the victory, replacing Washington starter Benny Daniels with the bases filled and none out in the fifth and shutting out the Orioles with one hit the rest of the way. Jimmy Piersall bunted into s forceout but then raced to second when the base was left unguarded and scored moments later on Jim Fregosi's single to give the Angels their winning run. Fred Newman went 6 2-3 innings to win his second game of the season with the relief aid of Bob Lee. Paul Schaal homered for the Angels and Norm Cash connected for the Tigers. Speed Riggs, famous tobacco auctioneer recommends LUCKY IT WE FILMS They put back the taste others take away

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