Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 3, 1965 · Page 13
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 13

Redlands, California
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Monday, May 3, 1965
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FROSH SPEEDSTER — University of Redlands Bullpup Gary Krueger snaps the tape in 48.9 in the 440 for first place in the SCIAC meet Saturday at Whittier. Teammate Bill Bryden, far right, gained second place. The frosh won the league meet with 85 points. (Photo by Rick Wiedman) Bulldogs take second in conference track Cassius and Sonny arrive io open training camps CHICOPEE, Mass. (UPI) Heavyweight champion Cassius Clay today begins hatching a "big surprise" for the world and challenger Sonny L is t o n starts perfecting a trap for Clay as both fighters resume training for their May 25 bout in Boston. Clay, accompanied by 34 newsmen, photographers, assistants and his brother Rudy, rolled into town Sunday. He will work out here, while Liston has established camp in the Boston suburb of Dedham. The champion related that the brightly painted bus in which he had set out for Miami last week broke down in North Carolina. "One of the a.xles on the bus burned out," he lamented. "1 guess it didn't have enough grease. So we rented a Trail- ways bus and drove on." The champion declined to predict that he would knock out the former champion. But, mysteriously, he said: With Lee Johnson winning both of his specialities, the University of Redlands varsity track and field performers turned back Whittier for second place in the annual SCIAC conference meet Saturday on the Poets oval. Occidental again won the championship with 103 points. Coach Ted Runner's Bulldogs came up with 54, si.K ahead of Whittier. Oxy, as usual, competed virtually in its own division. Johnson turned in a 57-iovi effort to win the shot put and then threw the platter out 154- lOVa to annex the discus title. Sprinter Elliot Mason gave the Bulldogs their only other winner in the varsity division when he clicked off a 48.4 in the 440. He was nipped at the tape in the 220 dash. Mason had a 21.9 time in the dash, the same as the winner. The UR frosh came up with a smashing 85 point performance to overwhelm second place Claremont Mudd which had 56 for second. Gary Krueger came up a triple winner for the Bullpups. He w-on tlie 440 in 48.9 and ran on both the winning relay teams. The UR frosh will meet the Occidental freshmen tomorrow at 8 p.m. on the Redlands oval. 440 relay — Occidental, Redlands, Whittier, Pomona, Claremont-Mudd, 41.6. Mile — Jordan (0), Anderson (0), Kennedy (R), Dunning (0), Cross (CT), 4:18.1. 440—Mason (R), Brown (0), McDowell (R), Tomlin (R), Andrews (0), 48.4. 100-Ryder (W). Kanoy (0),j Waddell (0), Wyatt (CT), Hanchett (W), 9.8. 120 HH—Jones (0), Main (0), Hahn (0), Gillespie (P), Gray (W), 14.6. • 880—Jones (W), Dewar (CM), Wyper (R), Dunning (0), Cleek (W), 1:53.0. 220—Brown (0), Mason (R), Ryder (W), Kanoy (0), Waddell (0), 1.9. 330 IH—Peterson (0), Hahn (0), Main (0), Haworth (R), Wyatt (CT), 37.0. 2-mile—Roulac (P), Anderson (0), O'Connor (0), Kennedy (R), Dickson (R), 9:26.6. Mile relay—Oxy, Whittier, Cal Tech, Pomona, CMC, 3:16.4. Shot put — L. Johnson (R), Gleen (W), Van De Grift (CM),! Parrott (P), Jaro (W), 57-lOVI;. High jump—Innes (CT), Glenn (R), Gage (CT), Hughes (W), Williams (CT), 610. Javelin-Pena (W), Nitta (W), Van De Grift (CM), Agatcp (W), Gendron (CM), 197-10. "I'm going to show the world a big surprise. I'm going to win but there'll be a big surprise." Liston flew to Massachusetts from Denver Saturday. Trainer Willie Reddish, ad mitted Sunday that he and Liston had underestimated Clay in the first fight between the men. "Clay is exceptionally fast and moves like a lightweight," said Reddish. Because of Clay's speed, he said, Liston will not make the mistake of chasing Clay so early in the fight. Redlands Daily Facts Monday, May 3, 1965 - 1 3 UR nine tops Clatemont for 8-0 league standing University of Redlands Bulldogs continued their unbeaten ways Saturday by turning back visiting Claremont Harvey Mudd 4-3 and 8-2 in an SCIAC baseball doubleheader. Coach Paul Taylor's Bulldogs are now 8-0 in conference standings. Three crucial games come up this week against runner-up Whittier 7-1. Tomorrow, the UR base hit that combined with 11 walks for the' win. FIRST GAME Claremont Mudd AB R. H. Prevot 3b 4 1 0 .irkell cf 4 Perry 2b 2 Johnson lb 4 Iverson rf 4 Griffith ss 4 Cox If 4 MEN'S FINALS SET PARIS (UPI)—Bob Hewitt of Australia, who outlasted Pierre Darmon of France, 6-3, 3-6, 4-6, 6-0, 6-1. in a semifinal round ot the Paris International tennis tournament Sunday, met Pierre Barthes of France in the men's singles final today. Gail Sheriff of Australia took the women's crown Sunday by beating compatriot Fay Toyue, 6-3, 1-6, 6-3. nine meets Whittier on the Poets field and then Saturday the Bulldogs host Whittier in a double header. In the opener against Claremont Mudd, six walks in the fifth inning allowed the Bulldogs i to come from behind. Three; ''_s<'lands walks led off the inning and then three more followed with the bases loaded as the UR deadloacked the game without the benefit of a hit. The winning tally came across in the eighth inning as Bob Beck singled home Ted .^cres. Twirler Jim Hogan picked up the win for the UR. i In the nightcap, Gary Sher-; Townsend lb 0 I man was the winner allowing; Wilson ph 1 the Stags five hits. An error by'Heck lb 0 Sherman allowed both of the|Dickey If 2 Claremont unearned runs to Moore rf 1 score. Beck smashed out a nm-scor ing double in the second game Pignatelli c 1 • MuUins p 1 Van Horn p 1 Bilger p 0 Totals 29 AB Wegner 2b 3 Acres ss 3 Beck rf-cf i Shelton cf-lb 3 Banning If-rt 2 Idler pr 0 Ronquillo If 0 Stone 3b 3 Jenkins c 3 Hogan p R. 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 26 4 Claremont ...300 000 00—3 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 H. 0 1 21 o' 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 I 3 Claremont Mudd AB Prevot e 4 Arkell cf 4 Perry 2b .. 3 Johnson lb 4 Griffith ss 3 Scott rf 4 Slavin If 4 Carlson 3b Cosgrove p Bilger p ... MuUins p .. Wilson ph . Totals ... . 4 . 0 3 . 0 . 1 34 H. n 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Redlands Wegner 2b ... Idler 2b Acres ss Ronquillo ss .. Beck rf Shelton cf-lb . Heck lb Banning lf-3b 3 Stone 3b 2 Wilson If-cf 2 Moore c 3 Jenkins c 0 Sherman p 3 Townsend lb 1 Dickey If 1 AB R. H. and Tom Banning had a two-Redlands ... 000 030 01-4 4 3 Totals 29 8 Claremont ..000 200 000—2 Redlands .. .222 002 OOx—8 Long jump—Jones (0), Appleton (0), Graham (W), Kern (0), Johnson (P), 24-4?4. Discus—L. Johnson (R), Van De Grift (CM), Glen (W), Scriven (R), Harvey (0), 154-101/2. Pole vault—Graves (0), Ginn (R), W. Johnson (R), Kukea (R), Innes (CT), 15-9V4 (new record, old record by Kirk, Redlands, 15-6, 1964). Triple jump — Kemp (0), Lazaro (0), Upham (0). Gage (CT), Hughes (W), 46-9%. Team totals: Occidental 103, University of Redlands 54, Whittier 48, Cal Tech 19, Claremont- Mudd 17, Pomona 14. Freshmen 440 relay — UR (Nishimoto, Ford, Krueger, Bryden) 42.7, mile—Johnson (0 ) 4:30.3, 440— Krueger (R) 48.9, 100 — Ross (CM) 10.0, 120 HH—Cody (0) 14.9, 880—Constantine (R) 1:57.9, 220 — Bryden (R) 22.6, 330 IH Gross (0) 40.1, 2-mile — Meo (CT) 10:30, mile relay — UR (Constantine, Ford, Krueger, Bryden) 3:4.0. Jav—Greenspan (0) 192-3, HJ —Paterson (CM) 6-0, PV—Rountree (R) 13-1, TJ — Paterson (CM) iS-G^A, Disc — Frick (R) 138-10, LJ—Shurtz (CM) 22-5?i, SP—Peterman (CM) 45-0%. Team totals: Redlands 85, CMC 56, Oxy 54Vi. Cal Tech 32, Pomona 2IV2, Whittier 6. Champion Cardinals win to jump from lOth to 4th By United Press International ] Bill White's ninth-inning hom-|Coleman, who had five hits in The St. Louis Cardinals tried an old remedy that revived them last September and found it still works. The world champions' particular cure is the Pittsburgh Pi­ er in the second game capped!the two games, crashed a two- a Cardinal rally and provided I j.^^^ 1^^^^^. ^^^^ jg^^^tj, j„. Ray Washburn with his second victory. Bob Veale had allowed only one hit, a homer by Ken Boyer. until the eighth when ning of the nightcap off reliever Jack Fisher, who lost both games. Coleman's blast erased 7 H r ^.rHinrirhVrt'"'': Cards tied the score at 4-4{an 8-7 New York lead and sent ?±'\:"uJ'',^Zf niton a walk, a pinch double by|the Mets to their sixth straight !hf •"S^'^hidr ^zoorS P"'' -^^>i-o ^Hloss. , , , ,1LOU Brock and Curt Flood, w^ho S-S r ^intrNa^on ^l'- ."iVV^ ^^"^f' Chris Short w^on his fourth game in five decisions as the League. St. Louis whipped the Pirates, Cincinnati to take over the twice Sunday, 9-o and 5-4, to' achieve a .500 winning percentage for the first time this season and extend its domination of the Bucs to 12 consecutive games over the past two years. Remember last September The Reds swept a pair from j Phillies broke a four-game los- the New York Mets 9-4 and 10-8]ing streak in the first game against Milwaukee. Hank when the Cardinals began their fantastic drive to the National league lead; Philadelphia took the Braves twice at Milwaukee 6-0 and 10-7; Chicago halted Houston's 10-game winning streak 6-3 and San Francisco beat the Dodgers at Los Angeles 4-2, in 10 innings. Aaron, who set a National League homer mark, misjudged a fly ball allowing three runs to score in the sixth, breaking up a scoreless duel between Short and Denny LcMaster. .^aron homered off Bob Belinsky in the second game, his In the American League, Bal- Ti,„„ ,.=m„itimore toppled the Yankees atjsssth since he and Eddie Ma- ^P^tcwT n rd nC New York 4-2 in 10 innings audi,hews became teammates in into P>«stargh in 1' P'^=^^^^ Washington shocked the In-:i954 and gave the pair a total five games behind Phiadel^^^^^^^^ at Cleveland 3-2 and 4-2; !of 746 round trippers, one more on Sept. 24. When they B^.j^n ,,hipped the Tigers:than the previous league town four f '^^f "ley hadj ^^^^^.^ 10-3; I mark set by Duke Snider and won five straight from the Pi -1 ,,;__„„,„ ^,—„^ „,„ whit =i^:, T,.J— ..,„ r,„.j„„,.. f,-,,„, rates and were only 1>2 games out of first, headed for the NL| flag. 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