Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 29, 1965 · Page 16
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16-Tluirs., April 29,1965 Redlands Daily Facts HARDIN TO TALK NEW YORK (UPD—Former Navy head Coach Wayne Hardin has been added to the team of telecasters that will be behind the microphones this fall covering National Football League games. Hardin will assist on the Baltimore Colt broadcasts. GOLF CHAMPIONS - Winners in the annual Redlands Country Club Women's Golf Championship yesterday were (l-r) Mrs. John Hart, new RCC champion; Mrs. Don Miller, first flight; Mrs. Robert Scholton, second flight; and Mrs. Howard Dickerson, third flight. Mrs. Hart won the club title with a 2 up victory over Mrs. Karp Stockton in the final round. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Mrs. John Hart wins golf title over Mrs. Stockton Mrs. John Hart is the new women's golf champion at Redlands Country club today after defeating Mrs. Karp Stockton, a former club champion, 2 up in a hotly contested match Wednesday. Mrs. Hart won the coveted title with a championship performance on the 18th hole. She held a 1 up lead at the end of 17 holes. Then she smashed two great wood shots to reach the green on the 435 yard par five hole. She got down in two putts for a birdie four and the title. At the end of the first nine, the new champion held a slim one hole lead over Mrs. Stockton. Mrs. Madison Finlay, defending champion, was unable to compete in the tournament due to health reasons. Results of lhe first round matches in the championship flight Monday were: Mrs. John Hart defeated Mrs. Peg Howard 4 and 3; Mrs. Rita Campbell def. Mrs. Mary Smigh 2 and 1: Mrs. Karp Stockton def. Mrs. Jean Baker 5 and 4; Mrs. Jo Moore def. Mrs. Audrey Finch 4 and 3. ing results in the first round. Mrs. Marge Edwards def. Mrs. Phyllis Roberts 1 up; Mrs. Maxine Bandy def. Mrs. Anella Day 1 up; Mrs. Lois Scholton def. Mrs. Pat Larsen 2 up: Mrs. Luralyn Schindler def. Mrs. Alpha Barnes 3 and 2. In the second round. Bandy idef. Edwards 2 up and Scholton In the second round Hart def.jdef. Schindler 3 and 2. Mrs. Campbell 1 up on the 20th hole; j Scholton won the flight title with Stockton def. Moore 1 up on the a 5 and 4 victory over Mrs. 18th. First Flight results were: first round: Mrs. Ruth Welch def. Mrs. Veleta Dornfeld 2 up: Mrs. Arlene Lee def. Mrs. Marcia Nichols 5 and 4: Mrs. Pat Miler def. Mrs. Jean Geelan 1 up;jGenetti def. Mrs. Evelyn Mrs. Marge Merrill def. Mrs.jcock 3 and 2; Mrs. Clare Bandy. In the first round of the third flight. Mrs. Joyce Dickerson def. Mrs. Grace Krueger 2 up; Mrs. Phyllis Hobart def. Mrs. Fran Siever 4 and 3: Mrs. Flora; Hay-! Dev-i Terrier nine plays Chaffey tomorrow Redlands high Terriers seek- to move out of the CBL baseball cellar tomorrow when they tangle with league-leading Chaffey high on the Tigers diamond. Game time for coach Joe DeMaggio's Terriers is 3:30 p.m. in John Galvin Park. Redlands is 2-6 in CBL standings while Chaffey is 6-2. The Tigers play today against San Bernardino in a makeup game at John Galvin. In a lone league game yesterday, Pacific high Pirates moved out of a cellar tie with the Terriers when they knocked off Riverside Poly 8-1. Riverside had been holding the lead after they defeated the Redlands nine Tuesday. Jane Malone 3 and 2. jelin dc.f. Mrs. Marg First flight second round hadjo and 2. iVelch def. Lcc 2 and 1; Millerj The second round of the third llatfieldi Riverside Chaffey . Ramona . Citrus Belt League Varsity Baseball W L T RF FA The annual tournament was lef. Merrill 9 and 7. Mrs. Mil-flight Dickerson def. Hobart CiSan Bernardino played Monday, Tuesday andjler won the flight title with a 5'and 5 and Gcnctli def. Develini Pacific Wednesday ia four flights of|and 4 victory over Mrs. Welch.J6 and 4. Mrs. Dickerson wonj Yesterday's Result eight players. All flights were: The second flight won by Mrs.jthe flight with a S and 6 margin Pacific 8 Riverside 1 without handicap. I Robert Scholton had the follow-lover Mrs. Genetti. Roberts chalks up 273rd in his win over Senators The magic total of 300 lifetime victories and enrollment in one of baseball's most exclusive clubs has become a realistic goal for Robin Roberts. Not this season, of course, but possibly toward the end of 1966 j and probably if he can keep going into 1967. A long way off? sixth, Boog Powell doubled, [5-0. San Francisco walloped Brooks Robinson walked and j Philadelphia 9-3. Cincinnati beat Johnny Orsino hit his third i Chicago 3-2, Houston outslugged homer of the season. JNew York 12-9, and Pittsburgh Home runs by Frank Howard j topped Los Angeles 2-0. and Doug Camilli produced two! Throws Five-Hitter Washington runs. | Al Downing pitched a five- The Yankees beat the Kansas! hitter and struck out six behind City A's 5-1, but lost the serv- ;an eight-hit attack that includ- Sure, but Warren Spahn was a;j ce s of Roger Maris for per-i etl two-run doubles by Mickey year older than Roberts when;haps three weeks, the ciev»-, XI an"e and Elston Howard, he reached No. 273 and now theii an d Indians clubbed the Min-p' aris - however, suffered a great bft - hander is beginning ; n esota Twins 9-3 and the De-i spectacular seventh - innin, to think about 400. broil Tigers nipped the Los An-'Pulled hamstring muscle in Roberts, 38, chalked up the; se les Angels 5-4 in other AL ;h i* right thigh making a 273rd triumph of a career that;games. Chicago and Boston:spectacular seventh - innina goes back to 1948 when he;\ ve re not scheduled. icatch o[ a drive by Bert Cam"- SIGN SIMKUS NEW YORK (UPI)-The New York Jets Wednesday signed free agent Arnie Simkus, a 6-foot-4, 240-pound defensive tackle from Michigan. Simkus was the seventh draft pick of the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League. Terrier track team to meet Riverside Poly Redlands high Thinclads tangle with Riverside Poly tomorrow on the Bears oval. Coach Bill Cunningham's Terrier track arid field team is expected to have a tough battle on its hands with the Poly Bears, First race is set for 3:15 p.m. Redlands is 2-2 in the CBL standings. The meet with the Riverside crew closes out the dual meet season for the Terriers. The annual. CBL meet will be held on the same track next Tuesday. The GIF preliminary meet will be May 15 at Fontana high. Trout plants this week The Department of Fish and Game has scheduled the stocking of catchable-size rainbow: trout this week in the following San Bernardino county lakes' and streams: Lake Arrowhead, *Big Bear" Lake, Cucamonga Creek, Deep Creek (Mouth), Green Valley Lake, Lake Gregory, Lytle Creek (North Fork, Middle Fork), and Miller Canyon Creek. EAGLE GETS POST LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI)— Dean Eagle, sports editor of the Louisville Times, Wednesday was elected presidnt of the National Turf Writers' Association, succeeding Oscar . Otis of Triangle Publications. Tomorrow's Schedule Riverside at Pacific (Pcrris Hill Park) Redlands at Chaffey (John! Galvin Park) San Bernardino at Ramona pitched the Baltimore Orioles to a 6-3 decision over the Washington Senators Wednesday night. It was his second victory of this season and a typical Roberts victory in that he yielded two home runs but was tapped for only five hits in all and walked only two batters. Spahn, who now has 358 victories, reached No. 273 during the 1960 season when he was 39. Roberts' 273 victories place him in a 15th - place tie with former New York Yankee great Red Ruffing on the all-time win list. Gets Strong Support The Orioles backed their veteran righthander with a barrage of three home runs that produced all their runs. Jackie Brandt soloed in the fifth and Jerry Adair followed a walk to Norm Siebern with a two-run homer and a 3-1 lead. In the In the National League. i pancris - Maris had doubled St. Louis defeated Milwaukee| home lhe Yank ees' fifth run. ! Rocky Colavito and Max Alvis hit homers and Sonny Sie- bcrt pitched 7 2-3 innings of three-hit relief ball for the Indians, who dealt Minnesota's Jim Kaat his first loss of th« season. Jimmie Hall hit his third and fourth homers and Bob Allison his third for the Twins. Six of the Indians' runs resulted from muffed fly balls by Cesar Tovar, Tony Oli- Valley college player signs pro contract Don Ray Sampson, Ail Eastern Conference pass catching star for San Bernardino Valley College during the past two football seasons, has signed a professional contract with the Montreal Alouettes. Sampson will report to Montreal July 5. He is currently employed at Patton State Hospital. The 6-3, 210 pounder played split end at SBVC. He will probably play flanker back, almost the same position, for Montreal. At Empire Bowl: A. M. League Standings: Louise Fashions 55'/2-33V2, Bottom's Up 61-38, Al ley Dragers 5544, Top Cats 5544, Total Pins 53-46, Ups and Downs 52V2-46V4, Rolling Pins 47-52, Checkmates 46-53, Ten Pins 44V4-44V4, Cinnabars 42-57, Upset Four 40V&-58Vfc, Joy Lyn 32-67. High Game — Georgia Milner 211. High Series — Georgia Milner 561. 20» Club — Diane Lowry 206, Georgia Milner 211. City of Hope Standings: Van Wieren Bros. 80'/4-35V2, Levines 7244, Her Highness IVA-WA, Shawver Shell 66-50, Emerich and McDowell 64-52, Village Barbers .59Mi-56'/4, Pee Wee Shop 59-57, 59-57, Citrograph 51-65, Basket nf Beauty 49V2-66V4, P.C.A. 4571, Medallion Furniture 41-75, L and B Supply 37-79. High Game — Carol Coons 195. High Series — Grace Stone 191. Night Ladies Standings: Jack's Chevron 6438, Redland's Specialty 62-40, Phil's Charcoal 60V4411/4, English Floor Covering 53-49, Devoirs Market 52-50, Breazile Body Shop 52-50, Tri City Concrete 48VS-52V4, Hair-Em 45-57, Krueger Golf Shop 4240, Western Fruit Growers 30-72. High Game — Melva Wood-i rail 198. High Series — Kay Tolliver 528. Ladies Scratch Trio Standings: Jack Barnes SS'A" 50'/2, Fiesta Kampers 73V&-62V6,. Sedgwick 7VA-GVA, Steak Eaters 60-76, Rusty's 59-76V4, Tenax Town 58-78. High Game — Lennie Melugin 219. High Series — Helen Sauvage 746. 200 Club — 'Helen Sauvage 210, Lennie Melugin 219. NBA to send eight on Iron curtain tour NEW YORK (UPD—The National Basketball Association will send eight of its stars on State Department sponsored I good-will tour of three Iron Curtain countries and Lebanon. The group, headed by Phila-i delphia's Coach Dolph Schayes' iand NBA Commissioner Walter j Kennedy, will depart May 8 to, , visit Poland, Rumania and Yu- : ;oslavia as well as Lebanon, j The eight-man team is com! posed of Don Obi and Bailey Howcl! of the Baltimore Bul-j lets: Tom Meschery and Nate! Thurmond of the San Francisco Warriors: Wayne Embry of the! Cincinnati Royals; and Half Greer. Larry Costello and Dave; Gambee of the 76ers. Boston Celtics' Coach Red! Auerbach headed a similar tour! for the State Department lastl year. va and Allison. Jerry Lumpe tripled home two runs and then scored on a single by Norm Cash as the Tigers rallied to win with three runs in the seventh. Dean Chance, 1964 major league pitcher of the year, carried a 4-2 lead into the seventh but was derricked in favor of George Brunet after a walk to Jim Northrup and a single by Dick McAuliffe. Mickey Lolich went seven innings to pick up his second victory for the Tigers. Angler gets 20 pound corvina at Salton Sea A 20 pound corvina, largest fish reported caught at the Salton Sea in a long time, was taken by shore angler John Bell of Torrance off Mecca Beach Sunday morning, April 25, according to Department of Fish and Game biologists who were making an angler count and creel census at the time. The giant fish was 35.8 inches long and measured a hefty 22 inches in girth. It was caught on a mudsucker. "It's the biggest corvina I personally have ever seen taken at Salton Sea," Bob Hulquist, DFG biologist at the Chino Fisheries Base. Hulquist has been conducting creel checks and surveys at ,the Sea since 1958. Larger fish have been reported but remain unconfirmed by the DFG, Hulquist said. STANDINGS Chicago Minnesota Detroit Boston Cleveland New York Baltimore Los Angeles Washington Kansas City American League W.L. Pet. GB 8 3 .727 .. 7 3 .700 % .636 .556 .556 .500 .455 .417 .308 .200 4 4 4 6 6 7 9 8 Wednesday's Results New York 5 Kansas City 1 Baltimore 6 Washington 3, night Cleveland 9 Minnesota 3, night Detroit S Los Angeles 4, night (Only games scheduled) Friday's Games Los Ang. at Kan. City, night Minnesota at Chicago, night Boston at Detroit, night Washington at Cleveland, night Baltimore at New York, night Nation! League W. L. Pet. GB Cincinnati 8 4 .667 .. 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