Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 30, 1965 · Page 21
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Redlands, California
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Friday, April 30, 1965
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Muscle now key word for scrappy Baltimore Orioles '. By United Press international ".' The big bang—once the trade- U mark of the New York Yankees ~f— has become the whining for- ^mula of the Baltimore Orioles. ~ , "Muscle" seems to be the 1965 -" story in the American League ~ and if that's what it's going to . take to win the pennant, the " Orioles are going to be hi the • race all the way. : In . the process, they just :•' might break the Yankees' prized ; record of 240 homers in a sea\ son. There's a long way to go, of " course, but the Orioles have hit 17 homers in 12 games and that figures out to 242 over a •, 162-game season—a total that obviously could spell pennant. • ' The Orioles demonstrated their , late inning, lightning, homer, • run-power again Thursday night : when they scored a 5-4 victory over the Washington Senators. The Senators carried a 4-3 lead into the bottom of the. eighth and Phil Ortega retired the first two batters. But then Brooks Robinson singled and Norm Siebern, hitless in his 15 previous trips to the plate, connected for the game- winning homer. Stu Miller, who pitched hitless relief ball over the last two innings, received credit for his first victory of the season while Ortega suffered his third straight defeat. Woodie Held hit two homers and drove in three runs for the Senators and Johnny Orsino homered for the Orioles. The Los Angeles Dodgers moved back into first place hi the National League with a 2-1 victory over the San Francisco Giants, the Chicago Cubs downed the Cincinnati Reds 6-3, and the Milwaukee Braves topped the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 in the only other major major league games scheduled. Don Drysdale, that big side- wheeling right-hander who takes no nonsense from anybody, held the Giants to four hits, struck out five and wlked two in raising his season record to 3-2. The Dodgers scored the tie- breaking run in the sixth when Maury Wills singled, moved to second on a sacrifice, stole his eighth base of the season and scored on Tommy Davis' single. String Snapped A string of nine consecutive complete games pitched by Marichal was broken when the Giants lifted him for a pinch hitter in the seventh. Cal Koonce pitched an eight- hitter for the Cubs behind a 13- hit attack that included-two hits each by Billy Williams and Ron Santo to hand the Reds' Jim O'Toole his third straight defeat of the season. Frank Robinson hit a three-run homer and Gordie Coleman had three hits for the Reds. The world champion Cardinals suffered their eighth loss in 12 games when Bob Sadowski and Billy O'Dell teamed in pitching a four-hitter for the Braves and Hank Aaron hit his first homer of the season. Curt Simmons suffered his third straight loss for the Cardinals before a crowd .of only 2,182—bringing the total of fans who saw the three- game series in Milwaukee to a mere 5,183. UCLA shooting for a first Bruins meet Trojans on oval in Coliseum LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Coach Jim Bush's UCLA track and field team will be shooting for a "first" Saturday when the Bruin trackmen meet University of Southern California at the Coliseum. In the 32 meetings on the cinders between the two schools, UCLA has never won a dual meet from the Trojans. The closest the Bruins came was in 1957 when Southern California won the mile relay and the meet 68-63. Saturday's competition also features a clash between the UCLA and Trojan frosh in of New Mexico and Washington State. This has been the first season since 1928 that USC has dropped two meets. Although there were a number of ailing Trojans, the only one definitely out of the meet was miler Chris Johnson who is suffering from a foot injury. As a result the Bruins stood a good chance to sweep the mile with Bob Day, Geoff Pyne and Earl Clibborn taking all three places. Day and Pyne were set to come back in the two mile. Other weekend track and field competition finds the Southern California Intercollegiate Athlet' which the Bruins were given ajic Conference (SCIAC) holding better chance of victory. UCLA|its conference meet at Whittier: has its best freshman track team in years this season. weakened coach Vern Wolfe's Trojan team which has lost twice this season, to University At Empire Bowl: Nite Ladies Standings: Garvey Motors 8547, Sally Shop 77-61, Wayne Cossett Ford 73-59, Jo Nann's 7260, Harold's Shoes 70^-6H4,. Style Salon 69-63, Morbitzers 61-1 71, Mac's Beer 59te-mi, Steak! Eater Inn SOVi-SlVi, Custom Concrete 42^-89'/i. High. Game—Georgia Milnerj 192. I High Series — Helen Guerrero 498. Niters Mixed Four | Standings: Brookside Dairy; 69-30, Lupe's Azteca Inn 57':-' Major League Leaders Water a question as trout season opens SACRAMENTO (UPI) — That annual spring madness called trout seasons opens in most of California Saturday, with water conditions as big a question mark as fish. April storms have left many western Sierra and Cascade medium elevation waters high and murky with damaged access roads. The central coast and Southern California, however, were expected to enjoy better than average fislu'ng conditions. The general statewide season will open a half hour before I sunrise and extend through Oct. 131. The daily limit will be 10 'fish or not more than 10 pounds | plus one fish. For most of Southern California, the opener will merely mean the beginning of summer rules and end of the winter daily limit of five. This will affect the 1 counties of Santa Barbara, Ven- jtura, Los Angeles, San Bernar- diono and Riverside. The coun-! ties of San Diego and Orange! began summer rules Feb. 27! and the Colorado River - Salton j Sea area has them all year- round. There are an estimated 750.000 to 1 million licensed trouti 41 1 i, State Farm Ins. 57-42, i fishermen in California. Bankers 54-45, Frank's Hancock j 50-49, Duperron Sprinklers 5049, Babcock Const. 47ii-52te, Jacinto & Son 46'.i-52 1 .-i, Corrigan Chev. 43-56, CWT 38-61, Fisherman's Retreat 29.70. High Game — Bob Davenport 215, Mildred Thiem 209. High Series — Earl Williams 593, Mildred Thiem 539. Westmont College competes against crosstown rival U.C. Injuries to key personnel have Santa Barbara and the Califor- 1_ ___ J _ n «.U 17«*-Ti Wnlf/i'e- ni-i /^nllnOtato A til lot If 1 A CCnOia. nia Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) championships take place at Fresno. YOUTH ON A FLING Tommy Ivo to race at Television star Tommy Ivo will debut his new streamlined fuel dragster "Video-liner" this Saturday night at Fontana Drag- way. Ivo, former co-star of the ABC-TV series "Margie" and current regular on the "Tycoon" show, has already Urned in POSTPONES OPERATION DETROIT (UPD—Detroit Tiger pitcher Phil Regan, who is I slated to face Boston Sunday, | has postponed a minor operation until the end of the cur- jrent season. He was scheduled I to enter Detroit Osteopathic Hospital shortly. ! speeds of over 200 mph with the new car. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, April 33,1965-21 Mason leads Bulldogs in SCI AC track finals With speedster Elliott Mason leading the way, the University of Redlands thinclads qualified for the SCIAC finals in eight events yesterday at the conference preliminary meet at Claremont Harvey Mudd. The SCIAC finals will be held tomorrow at Whittier College with varsity and frosh running events getting underway at 1:30 p.m. Mason led coach Ted Runner's leather lungers with a 49 flat 440 and a 21.5 in the 220 dash. Races were run in heats with the top four in each heat moving on the finals. In the frosh division, Redlands won two of the field event fin- 'als and placed second hi three others. The Bullpups are leading the frosh section of the meet with 37 points to second place Claremont with 29. Pomona has 15V4. events will start at 7:30 p.m. with running events going at Tuesday, the UR freshman will host powerful Occidental frosh in a night meet. First 8 p.m. on the UR track. Varsity field events in the SCIAC meet will be held tomorrow at Whittier. Redlands varsity qualifiers are 440 dash — Elliott Mason, Jim Tomlin, Rich McDowell. 100 dash — Gary Byrne. 120 High hurdles — Bill Talbot. 880 Run — Steve Wyper, Dennis Kennedy. 220 dash — Elliott Mason, Rich McDowell. Intermediate Hurdles — Mike Haworth, Barrie Pulliam. Freshman qualifiers were: 440 dash — Bill Bryden, Gary Krueger. 100 dash — Paul Nishimoto, Bill Bryden. 120 High Hurdles — Don Ford. 880 Run — Jim Constantine, Chris Paulsrud. 220 dash — Gary Krueger, Bill' Bryden. Intermediate hurdles — Don Ford, Paul Nishimoio. Freshman Field Event Finals — High Jump — Tom Morton, 2, 2-10. Triple Jump — Don Ford 2, 43-iy 2 ; Lloyd Carsen 3, 42-6'/i. Long Jump — Don Ford 3, 21-11. Pole Vault — John Roundtrea 1, 13-0; Ed Watson 2, 12-6, Tom Frisbee 4, 12-6. Discus — Randy Frick 1, 13811. Javelin — John Roundtree 2, 166-1; Don Ford 3, 161-6. Points after frosh field events —Redlands 37, CMC 29, Pomona 15'/s, Occidental 12Vi, Whittier 6, Cal Tech 5. Division finals tomorrow Racquet club juniors to wind up '64 season The Redlands Racquet Club will conclude the 1965 junior tennis season tomorrow morning when the finals for all divisions will be played on the University courts beginning at 9 a.m. The last two matches to be played among the Junior High Player boys division were closely contested. Steve Mitchell def Gil Brown 8-6, 8-6 and Keith Johnson def. David Davis 3-6, 6-3, 6-3. Finalists in each division are as follows: Kathy Gearhart will meet Debbie Van for the Junior High Tournament title. Vicki Bruckart will meet Leslie Tro- Ian for the Junior High Player girls division and Debbie Ver- dieck will meet Dana Lee in the Elementary girls final. In addition to the match between Steve Mitchell and G i 1 Brown, last week's winners, Dean Tharaldson will meet Jim Brown for the Junior High Tournament boys championship and David Borhrnstedt will meet Ricky Gearhart in the Elementary boys final match. Among the Beginners, Leslie Daniel will meet Pam Leathy for the Junior High girls title; Ricky Morrisett is meeting Roger Orton for the 6th and 7th grade boys championship; Karen Moore will meet Carol Rose for the girls 12 and 13 year old division. Joyce Komura will meet Mary Mooney for the girls 11-year-old title; Cheri Rose will meet Melissa Morgan in the finals of the girls 5th grade and younger division and hi the last match, Doug Johnson will meet Eric Knudtson in the finals of the boys 5th grade and younger division. A total of 154 boys" and girls participated in the tournament and all are invited back for the finals. Following presentation of trophies to the winners, a party will be held and movies of the program will be shown. Allen takes on Boyd in amateur meet PINEHURST, N. C. (UPI) — Don Allen, who began playing golf six years after he was born, took on David Boyd of Atlanta today in the semifinals of the 65th annual North - South Men's Amateur golf tournament. Morris Beecroft of Newport News, Va., met Tom Draper of Birmingham, Mich., in the other semifinals match. Allen, 26, of Rochester, N.Y., defeated Carolines Golfer Association champ Bill Harvey of Greensboro Thursday five and three. On Wednesday, Allen eliminated National Amateur champion Bill Campbell of Huntingtoa, W. Va. While Allen was taking th8 measure o£ Harvey, Boyd defeated Johnny Leach, University of Houston sophomore, two- up. Beecroft defeated John Birmingham of Pittsburgh three and two to win a semifinals berth while Draper won over Johnny Potter of Miami two and one. MEET THE WILDCAT GS TIGER EATER 200 Club—Earl Williams 205. Yucaipa high defeats Moreno in golf match Yucaipa high turned back visiting Moreno high golfers Mildred Thiem 201, Ralph! 214-227 yesterday over the Gar- Thiem 201, Bob Davenport 215,: den Air course Leading coach j Hassie Hensley 214. | Mike Lagather's Thunderbirdsl Yucaipa Women | was Dave Mathews with a 40. j Standings: Kivett Real Est.i The T-Birds next match will 53.37, Power Thrust 53-37, Cor-j be a league affair next Thurs-j inne's 53-37. Huffman Tile 50-' day against Coachella at Gar 40, Kerns Market 49-41, Oak! den Air. Glen Egg 49-41, Lloyd's Const. !44-46, Crosby's Yardage 44-46, 'Nador Const. 43-47, Scares Real- American G Cater, Chi 10 Cnglaro, Bos 9 McAulfe, Del 11 Allison, Minn 10 Manilla, Bos 9 Green, Bos 8 Rchrdsn, NY 12 Yszmski, Bos 9 Mantle, NY 12 Kllebrw, Min 10 League AB R. 33 9 36 9 33 12 30 9 45 5 34 8 36 8 38 9 H. Pet. 14 .424 15 .417 13 .394 15 .385 13 .382 11 .367 16 .356 12 .353 12 .333 12 .316 National League G. AB R. H. Pet. Krnpool, NY 14 54 10 23 .426 J.A10U, SF 15 61 12 23 .377 Parker, LA 14 53 11 20 .377 Harper, Cin 13 46 14 17 .370 Robnson, Cin 13 46 12 17 .370 Hart, SF 15 49 5 18 .367 Batmn, Hous 12 41 10 15 .366 McCvy, SF 15 52 7 19 .365 M.Alou, SF 11 44 7 16 .364 Banks, Chi 13 50 8 18 .360 Home Runs American League — Hall, Twins; Gentile, A's; Orsino, Orioles; Mantle, Yanks all 4; eight tied with 3. National League — Mays, Giants 5; Covington, Phils 5; Swoboda, Mets; Allen, Phils; Mathews. Braves; Santo, Cubs; Bateman, Astros; Callison, Phils; Johnson, Reds; Robinson, Reds all 4. Runs Batted In American League — Mantilla, Red Sox 12; Oliva, Twins 11; Colavito, Indians 11; Thomas, Red Sox; Cardenal, Angels; Allison, Twins; Powell, Orioles all 10. National League — Banks, Cubs 16; Kranepool, Mets 13; Robinson, Reds 13; Johnson, Reds; Mathews, Braves; Bateman, Astros; Mays, Giants; Callison, Phils; Covington, Phils all 10. Pitching American League — Aguirre, Tigers; Buzhardt, White Sox; Peters, White Sox; Pascual, Twins; Roberts, Orioles; Siebert, Indians all 2-0. National League — .Ellis, Reds 3-0; Giusti, Astros 3-0; Gibson, Cards 3-0; Maloney, Reds; Buhl, Cubs; Veale, Pirates; Kroll, Mets; Spahn, Mets; Koonce, Cubs all 2-0. Other Yucaipa scores yesterday were Rick Memory 42, Fred Cromer 42, Steve Byrem 45 and ty 39-51, La Petite 35-55, Nash im H ovanas 45. Cleaners 28-62. High Game—Peggy Tate 195. High Series—Peggy Tate 531. 50. One of the Moreno players had three balls out of bounds on one hole. Alcmdor still undecided NEW YORK (UPD— Lew Alcindor is facing a problem that confronts many graduating high school seniors — whether to go to college nearby or across thej continent. Only in Alcindor's case, the universities are panting to get him. Reportedly, Alcindor, 7-feet-l and the highest basketball scorer in New York prep history, wants to go to UCLA but his parents would prefer he went to St. John's. The Power Memorial High School star, hottest college basketball prospect in the nation, may not make up his mind for another week. He has cancelled several press conferences, at which ' he was supposed to announce his decision. Apparently the family disagreement has delayed the decision. SUPER-MODIFIED AND STOCK CAR AUTO RACES SAT. NITE-MAY 1st TIME TRIALS, 6:30 - RACE 8:30 P. M. 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