Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 29, 1965 · Page 13
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YMCA CHAMPIONS — Redlands YMCA Boys swimming team won the overall Southern California Championship against 20 other Y teams recently. The meet was held at California State College in Los Angeles. Redlands was 75 points ahead of the second place finisher. Pictured are, bottom row (l-r) George Barich, Paul Barich, Dave Hughes; Bil! Sanchez and coach Rhon Carleton. Second row (l-r) Mike Rowe, Bobby Howard, Tim Haas. Third row — Ricky Hughes, Bill Shawver, Bruce Kocsis. Fourth row — Richard Erie, Bob Lawrence; Dan Sanchez. Fifth row — March Miles, Walt Richardson, Gary Siegal. Back row — Fred Ott, Shannon Spence, Bill Hess. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Redlands YMCA swimmers win boys championship Additional Sports Sports page on pages 16 and 17 Nicklaus seeks third straight championship LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) — Genial Jack Nicklaus tees off today in quest of his third straight Tournament of Champions golf title and the gamblers in this wagering mecca say don't bet against him. Nicklaus, fresh from his runaway victory in the Masters two weeks ago, is rated a 2Vi- to-1 favorite over 25 other winners of Professional Golfers Association tournaments during the past year. "That's as low as the odds ever get in pro golf, especially when the field includes the likes of Arnold Palmer, Sam Snead, Tony Lema, Billy Casper, Doug Sanders, Mike Sou- chak and Bobby Nichols. Even the fact that Nicklaus scratched his way to a one-over par 73 on the Desert Inn links Wednesday didn't deter the professional oddsmakers. Nicklaus admitted he did not The coveted high point trophy of the 1965 Boys YMCA Swimming Championships was won by the Redlands team at t h e Championship meet held Saturday, at California State College at Los Angeles. In competition with 20 other MCA teams, the polished Redlands swimmers defeated their nearest competition by 75 points. The Boys Prep teani, ages 11 and 12, also captured the high point trophy fir its group In addition, Redlands was the only team represented to win two age group trophies in area competi- new YMCA record in the Indi- tion during the dual meet sea- vidual Medley. Bruce swam the son. The Prep team and the 1200 yard event in a time of Junior team, ages 13 and 14, won those honors. In total points awarded, the 1:06.1, taking .4 off the record which had been set in 1963. Seven relay teams from Red- Redlands team earned 157 j lands entered and of these, three points, whereas the second place team, Santa Monica, earned only 82 points. Third place in the all-day competition went to Pomona, with a total of 77 points. la age-group competition, the Prep team earned 60 points. Individual honors went to Bruce Kocsis, 12, who set a won gold first place medals, and two won a second place berth. In the Midget division, the Freestyle relay team of Danny Sanchez, Bob Howard, Tim Haas and David Hughes placed first in a time of 56.6 for 100 yards. The Prep Medley Relay team of Mike Newman, Phil Davis, Mike Rowe and Ricky Hughes qualified fifth in the morning but captured second place in the finals in the afternoon. The Prep Freestyle Relay team of Bruce Kocsis, Bill Shawver, Mike Rowe and Mike Newman placed first in a time of 1:51.9 for the 200 yard race. The Junior Medley Relay team of Marc Miles, Fred Ott, Larry Boxer and - Shannon Spence placed second. The Junior Freestyle Relay team of Fred Ott, Shannon Spence, Marc Miles and Danny Sanchez placed first in the 200 yards in a time of 1:44. In the Midget Division, Bob Howard placed second in the 25 yard Freestyle. Tim Haas placed third in the 25 yard Freestyle and fourth in the 25 yard Backstroke. David Hughes placed second in the 100 yard Individual Medley and tied for first in the 50 yard Freestyle in a time of 29.6. Billy Sanchez placed fifth in the 25 yard Butterfly. Other Midget swimmers included Larry Dick, Paul Barich, Peter Davis. Marty Davis. Steve Landry, Paul Lappinga and David Griffin. In the Prep Division, Bruce Kocsis placed second in the 50 yard Breaststroke in addition to his first in the Individual Medley. Bill Shawver placed first in the 50 yard Breaststroke and first in the 50 yard Butterfly. Mike Rowe placed fifth in the 50 yard Freestyle. Marty Davis placed third in the 50 yard Breaststroke. Other Prep swimmers included Mike Newman, Phil Davis, play well in his final practice round — his first over par score in six weeks. But he warned: "I hate to play a sloppy tournament and I'd like very much to win this for the third lime." Despite the odds favoring Nicklaus, there was plenty of support for Palmer, who hasn't won a PGA tournament in more than a year. But he fired a six- under-par 66 Wednesday and seems determined to dethrone his close friend and golfing rival. Palmer and consistent Casper were rated at 6-to-l by one oddsmaker, but a sentimental favorite in this gambling town had to be Samuel Jackson Snead, at 52 the oldest player in the field but by no means the least talented. He was a Tournament of Champions win ner in 1961 and has played beautifully in his practice rounds. Ricky Hughes, Chuck John, Don Lapinga, Peter Davs and Jeff Arendt. In the Junior Division, Fred Ott placed first in the 100 yard Breaststroke with a time of 1:08.9. Danny Sanchez placed second in the 50 yard' Freestyle and third in the 200 yard Indi vidual Medley. Shannon Spence placed third in the 50 yard Free style. Marc Miles placed fifth in the 100 yard Breaststroke and Larry Boxer placed sixth in the 100 yard Butterfly. Other Junior Division swimmers included Steve John, Bob Lawrence, Walt Richardson, Bill Hess and Gary Siegal. Steve Wilkie was the only Redlands swimmer in the Intermediate Division, ages 15 to 17, and won first in both the events he swam, the 100 yard Breaststroke and the 100 yard freestyle. Coach Rhon Carleton reports : that within recollection, this is ! the first high point trophy won by the Redlands team. The Redlands Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Redlands Boosters for swimming are cosponsoring a sectional AAU swim meet to be held at the Redlands high school pools on May 22 and 23. This is the first AAU meet to be held in t h e RHS pools. Outstanding swimmers from throughout the area will be competing in 79 different events during the two days. The public is invited to attend and become acquainted with some of the finest in competitive swimming. Redlands Daily Facts Thurs, April 29, H65-13 Bob Gibson seems to be doing all St. Louis chores By United Press International Don't be surprised if Bob jibson winds up with Gussie Busch's prize Clydesdales pulling the Anheuser-Busch beer wagon. The St. Louis Cardinals have asked him to shoulder just about every other burden—and the wonder is that the 29-year old pitcher does seem to have the strength of one o£ Busch's magnificent steeds. To say he's been carrying the whole Cardinal team is the understatement of the last seven months. It was Gibson who scored the Cardinals' last two World Series victories over the New York Yankees and it is the same Gibson who has been responsible for three of their four wins this season. Is there a place in the record book for a pitcher who has scored five of a team's six victories in cham pionship play over a seven- month span? Gibson picked his teammates off the floor again Wednesday night with a brilliant three-hitter that produced a 5-0 decision over the Milwaukee Braves. Gibson allowed first-inning singles to Ty Cline and Lee Maye and then held the Braves hitless until Denis Menke singled in the ninth. Without Gibson the Cardinals' Jones to play for another year, he says BOSTON (UPI) — There's still hope for the National Bas ketball Association — if they can stand the suspense being generated by the Boston Celtics. As a group, the rivals of the seven - time champion Celtics had been hoping wilh a passion that Tom Heinsohn, K.C. Jones and Willie Naulls would all retire during the club's annual breakup dinner Tuesday night. Instead, Jones said he would play another year before calling its quits. And both Heinsohn and Naulls said they would wait until next fall before considering retirement. In the meantime, Celtics co- owner Lou Fieri announced jthat he still was considerin_ the offers of three separate groups, two of them Boston- based and the third agreeing to a no-transfer stipulation, to purchase the franchise. The original price Fieri placed on the club shortly after the death last year of co-owner Walter A. Brown of S3 million has been climbing steadily. fortunes would be as low as jaseball enthusiasm in Milwaukee—once the attendance mec- ca of the majors. A mere 1,324 fans, lowest in :he Braves' Milwaukee history, ;urned out to see the Cardinals hand Wade Blasingame his second defeat. The Cardinals scored a run in the first inning on four walks and added two in the second on Tim McCarver's single, a walk, a sacrifice and Lou Brock's single. Brock also stole two bases to tie with Maury Wills for the National League lead with seven each. The Pittsburgh Pirates beat :he Los Angeles Dodgers, 2-0, :he Cincinnati Reds downed the Chicago Cubs, 3-2, in 14 innings, :he San Francisco Giants walloped the Philadelphia Phillies, 9-3, and the Houston Astros defeated the New York Mets.. 12-9, in other NL games. In the American League, Baltimore topped Washington, 6-3, New York beat Kansas City, 5-1, Cleveland clubbed Minnesota, 9-3, and Detroit shaded Los Angeles, 5-4. Chicago and Boston were not scheduled. Bob Veale pitched a three- hitter and struck out six for the Pirates, who snapped a six game losing streak and dumped the Dodgers into second place behind the Reds. Donn Clendenon drove in both Pittsburgh runs in the eighth inning when he doubled after a double by Dick Schofield and an intentional walk to Roberto Clemente. Scores On Balk The Reds pulled out their 14-inning victory over the Cubs when Tommy Harper scored on a balk by Ernie Broglio, ending a game which saw Joey Jay come within four putouts of a no-hitter before Cub catcher Vic Roznovsky singled in the eighth. Jay lost his bid for a shutout when Billy Williams homered with two out in the ninth to match a fifth-innhlj homer by Deron Johnson. It was Johnson's fourth of the season. Matty Alou tripled home three runs and doubled home a fourth to lead a nine-hit San Francisco attack that also included a homer and a triple by Willie Mays. Ron Herbel pitched hitless ball and struck out four over the last five innings for :he Giants. Johnny Callison and Wes Covington homered for the Phillies. 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