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U - Wed., Hay 5, 1965 RedlandsDailyFacts Whittier nine tops UR to tie for league lead A four-run lead melted away in the ninth innmg as Whittier College rose up for a 10-9 victory over the visiting University of Redlands Bulldogs baseball team yesterday. The defeat sent coach Paul " Taylor's Bulldogs into a tie with the Poets in SCIAC play, both having 8-1 records. Saturday, the UR sluggers host Whittier in a doubleheader staring at 1 p.m. on the Bulldog diamond. The winner of the double thriller will have tlie inside track to the conference title. Pitcher Jim Hogan was the victim of the UR collapse. Hogan went all the way giving up 14 hits but six of tlie Whittier runs were unearned. The Bulldogs committed sis errors, two in the fatal nmth inning. Whittier's IVIcLain doubled home the tying and winning runs with two away in the bottom of the ninth. Hogan was just one strike away from the win when McLain garnered his blast. Derek Shelton came up with a tremendous round trip blast in the second inning but the bases were empty. The ball cleared a sign 340 feet away from the plate for the homer. Dave Wegner doubled for the only other extra base hit by the Bulldogs. Catcher John Jenkins drove in three of the UR runs with two singles. Tifie fight now beginning to shape up BOSTON (UPD-The Cassius Clay-Sonny Listen heavyweight title fight appeared today to need only the blessing of Suffolk County Dist. AHy. Garrett Byrne and a little of the luck it has been so long denied in order to lake place as sched uled in Boston Garden. Despite a legal cloud rai.sed by Byrne's queries, the Massachusetts Boxing Commission announced Tuesday that the "bout is still on and will take place on May 25. 1965." The commission, noting that it had approved the bout last year when it was scheduled for Nov. 16 but postponed because Clay developed a hernia, said in a statement: "In the opinion of the commission, nothing has occurred between (that time) and this date to the commission to withdraw its original approval." Chairman Herman Greenbcrg said Tuesday at Clay's training camp in Cliicopee that "if there are any violations of technicalities in the state's boxing laws, they will be corrected." It was not clear, however, whether the commission's optimism was justified. Its announcement came three hours after the 2 p.m. deadline set by Byrne for compliance with the law in the staging of the bout. Byrne warned Monday that unless the commission satisfied him that now laws would be •liolated, he would seek a court injunction against the fight. He was not available for comment following the commission statement. BjTne has arged that the promoters of the fight have failed to comply with certain laws, reportedly including one which guarantees the stale a 5 per cent slice of the estimated television and radio gross receipts •_>4 hours before the bell for the opening round. Major League Leaders National League G. AB R. Kranpool. NY 19 71 11 Allen, Phil 18 69 15 Colman, Cin J.Alou, SF McCovy, SF Hart, SF Robnson, Cin 17 59 15 Banks, Chi 18 68 9 WjTin, Hou M.Alou, SF 14 54 8 20 84 16 20 66 11 20 67 6 20 75 15 14 49 7 H. Pet. 28 .394 27 .391 21 .389 32 .381 23 .348 23 .343 20 .339 23 .338 25 .333 16 .327 American League G. AB R. H. Pet. Cater, Chi 15 54 11 19 .352 Causey, KC 14 49 4 17 .347 Manilla, Bos 15 56 5 19 .339 Allison, Minn 15 60 7 20 .333 Green, Bos 14 57 14 19 .333 Kaiinc, Det 16 54 11 28 .333 McAulife, Det 16 51 14 17 .333 Congliro, Bos 15 61 11 20 .328 Wagner. Clev 14 50 13 16 .320 Rchrdsn, NY 17 66 9 21 .318 Campnrs, KC 16 66 3 21 .318 Home Runs National League — Mays. Giants 7; Covington, Pliils 6; Mathews. Braves 6; Swoboda, Mets 5; .-Mien, Pliils 5. American League — Blefary, Orioles 6: Thomas, Red Sox 5; Orsino. Orioles: Conigliaro, Red Sox; Colavito, Indians; Gentile, A's; Schaal, Angels; Hall, Twins; Oliva, Twins; Mantle, Yanks all 4. Runs Batted In National League — Banks, Cubs 23; Pinson, Reds 16; Coleman, Reds 16; Kranepool, Mets 15; 5 tied with 14. American League — Powell, Orioles 15; Oliva, Twins 15; Mantilla, Red Sox; Thomas, Red Sox; Colavito, Indians; Schaal, Angels all 14. Pitching National League—Ellis, Reds 4-0: Giusti, Astros 4-0; Gibson, Caids 4-0; Maloney, Reds 3-0; Short, Pliils 4-1. American League — Aguirre. Tigers 3-0: Roberts, Orioles 3-0; Terry, Indians 3-1; Lolicli, Tigers 3-1. The loss was the first for the UR nine in SCIAC play and came after eight straight wins. U. of Redlandt AB Wegner 2b 5 Acres ss 5 Beck rf 6 Shelton cf 4 Banning If * Townsend lb 3 Stone 3b 2 Jenkins c * Hogan p 5 H. 1 1 3 1 1 2 1 Totals 38 9 i; Whittier AB Hales 3b 5 Albao cf 3 Heck If 5 Waters c-p-rf 5 Seller ss 5 Jones lb 5 Martin 2b 5 McLain rf-c 5 Skinner p 1 Reeder ph 1 Kalendar p 0 .... 1 .... 1 Coffman rf Dudley p R. 1 Totals 42 10 14 Score by innings: U. of R 010 200 330— 9 13 6 Whittier ... .003 001 015—10 14 4 ODDITY BOSTON fUPI) - The "horseless carriage" was such a curiosity in 1896 that Barnum & Bailey's circus exhibited one in its sideshow. ' SEEKS OLD JOB PRINCETON, N.J. (UPD- Warrcn Harris, who resigned as head football coach for New Hampshire last week, wants to regain his old .job as assistant coach at Princeton, k Princeton spokesman said Harris' application will be acted on by the end of the week. Womack rumored among SBVC coach finalists The rumor mills are grinding as the search for a new football coach at San Bernardino Valley College continues. This list of candidates reportedly has narrowed to five mentors. Three of the five are said to be Paul Womack current Redlands high varsity grid coach; Joe Lash of Pacific high and Bob McCutcheon of Compton high. The new 'Valley College coach is scheduled to be named May 14 at a meeting of the college Board of Trustees. The new mentor will succeed Ed Cody who left the post to accept a position as assistant coach of fEe professional Chicago Bears. A large number of applicants for the job have been screened by a college committee. Some of the coaches applying were from out of state. The screening committee was told to come up with no more than five final rated choices and from this group the trustees were to make their selection. McCutcheon formerly coached at Needles high, Antelope Valley junior college and the University of San Diego. It was understood that Ralph (Buck) Weaver, former RHS ! coach and SBVC mentor was one of the applicants for the position but that he is not included pres • cntly among the five final candi I dates. Valley College officials have declined to comment or speculate on the probable successor to Cody. At Empire Bowl: Sacred Heart Community Standings: Sloppy Four 78 '/2- 53V2. Michigan Four 71-61, Cherry Valley Nursery 70-62, Kernells 69-63, Eight Balls 68-64. Easterners 671/2-641,2, P Greens 67-65, Try Hards 65V2 -66V '2, Youngsters 65Vi-66Vi, Sand Baggers 63 '/268 '/2, TNT 62-70, Hit and Miss 61-71. High Game Sal Ferrandine 202, Jeannette Woodhead 182. High Series — Gib Azenedo 555, Jeannette Woodhead 497. 200 Club — Sal Ferrandini 202. Bantams Standings: Pelicans 30-12, L.P.C. Rockets 27-15, Big Four Markets 23-19, Little Rascals 2319, Bombers 21-29, U.S. Bank 2023, DiCarlo 19-24, Sonny's Auto Serv. 18-24, Jack Barnes 16-26, Jim's Chevron 15-27. High Game — Larry Johnson 176, Deny's Jones 141. High Series — Larry Johnson 314, Denys Jones 275. Junior Bowlers Standings: Brookside Dairy 4518, Sunshine Groc. 39-24, Emerich & McDoweU 37ii.-25'/a, Earl Johnson Realtor 37-26, Highland Chevron 37-26, Big Four Market 35-28. Harold's Shoes 35-28, L.P.C. Rockets 34-29. Ell's Sheet Metal 31-32, Jack's Chevron 261/2-361/2, La Pasado Hotel 24i /238 '/2, Frank and John's Rich. 2439, Security Bank 21-42. High Game — Jack Hamilton 201. Lmda Stone 162. High Series — Dave Kebely 532, Carolyn Nottingham 445. 200 Club — Jack Hamilton 201. Broken Dozen Standings: Bud's Richfield 6921, Chateau Haii- Fashions 59I/2- 30i'i. La Petite Beauty Salon 58Vj -31i2. Brookside Beauty Salon 52-38, Valley Trenching 46Vi-43 '/2. Huisken Sheet Metal 45 -45, Wolfe's Riclifield 43 -47, Vogue Cleaners 36V '2 -53 '/2, Redlands Laimdry 31-39, Menlone Hardware 27-63. High Game — Mel Harshman 232, Judy Pool 207. High Series — Mel Harshmaa 606, Georgia Milner 517. 200 Club — Mel Harshman 232 Judy Pool 207. Empire Mixed Four Standings: Lipskey & Son 5931, Babcock Const. 48-42, Smith Packing Co 47-43, Power Thrust 46-44, Redlands Cab 45 '/2 -44Va, Federal Equip. 45 "/2-44V2, Indigo Room 45-45, Hillview Apts. 4545, Harlows Frigid 38-52, Hopkins-Basham 31 -59. High Game — .Arch Silverman 224, Kay Skyberg 197. High Series — Bud Jensen 574, Kay Skyberg 566. 200 Club — Bud Jensen 212, -Arch Silverman 224, Jess Harrod 208, Geo Lincoln 203, Larry DeMers 203. Elks Community Standings: Tom's Catering 3917, Jack Barnes Ins. 37V2 -18 '/2, Garvey Motors 31-25, Servi-Soft 31-25, Wayne Gossett 31-25, Reedy's St. Oil 27i /2-2a "/i, Team No. Ten 27-29, Allman's Kennels 241,2 -311'.;, Western Fruit Gro. 2036. Vine St. Alh. Club 11 -44V2. Hj'gh Game — Jack Barnes 224, Dot Bnickart 232. High Series — Earl Anderson 592, Joan Johnson 542. 200 Club — Sue Barnes 212, Joan Johnson 209. Earl Anderson 209, Gene Poe 211. Dot Bruckart 232, Jack Bai-nes 224. A.M. Ladies Standings: Sparemasters 62V2- 2412, Fireballs SlVb -SSi/j, Antiques 50 '/2 -36 '/2, Early Risers 49i/::-37V2, Bowlmg House Four 43-44, Panhandlers 31-56. Holly .Jolly's 29 '2 -57 '/2, Three Blind Mice 28'-i-58 ',2. High Game — Jane Eumohr 181. High Sei-ies — Jane Rumohr 475. King of the Hill Don Warren Defeated Lua Green 2 strikes to 1, to become Empire Bowls new king of the hill. Warren also captured the optional by totaling 30 strikes for both squads. Ashe meets Ron in tourney LOS ANGELES (UPD- Davis Cupper Arthur Ashe, seeded No. 2 in the 79th annual Southern California tennis championships bids to join top-seeded Dennis Raiston today in 'the third round of the tournament. Ashe meets junior player Ron Bohnistedt of Redlands. Ralston eased into the round of 16 players Tuesday with a 6-4, 6-1 defeat of Dabney Coleman. Two top foreign players, Ram- anathan Krishnan of India and Abe Segal of South Africa also won. Krishnan ousted 17-year-old Brian Cheney, 7-5, 6-0, and Sega] topped Chuck Rombeau, 6-0, 6-4. Ralston meets Steve Tidball today, while Krishnan takes on 1964's national junior champion Stan Smith and SegaJ faces Bob Lutz. Tidball, Smith and Lutz are three of Southern California's outstanding junior play- Three Jets heads field LOS ALAMITOS (UPD— Consistent Three Jets heads a field of eight in today's featured Chuck Bennett Purse at Los Alamitos race course. Tuesday's featured S2,200 'Bob Beban Purse went to Dinny, with James Dreyer up. Dinny upset favored Pistol Bay by a nose in sprinting the 350-yard race in 18.2 seconds. John L. Taylor CIF seeks improvement in football playoffs High school football play-offs will be the chief topic of conversation at the CIF office on Wednesday, May 12, when representatives of the Southern California Interscholastic Football Coaches Association meet with Commissioner of Athletics Ken Fagans to discuss current play-off procedures and ways to improve the present system. This win be the second meeting for the group which is making an in-depth study of playoff policies and seeking ways to clarify certain phases of the program. Among the problems un der discussion is the advisability of pre-season assignment of leagues to the bracket in which that league's representative will participate in the play-offs. In recent years leagues have not been assigned to a particular grouping until the season was completed. The first meeting of the group, held three weeks ago, proved to be an exploratory session with past play-off procedures being discussed thoroughly. Some discussion was held as to whether or not play-off groupings should be determined strictly on enrollment or whether past football records, relative strength and geographical distances should be taken into consideration before placement mto a bracket. During the first meeting it was pointed out that there are several leagues — such as the Moore. Sunset, Citrus Belt, Football and Channel — that are without a doubt class "AAAA" leagues. It was also clear that certain leagues are definite "AAA" leagues. The problem comes in [placing the leagues which could fall into either classification. What criteria should be used in deciding into which bracket [these leagues should be placed? Should that decision of placement be made ahead of time or should it be delayed until the season's record and strength oi league champions can be evaluated? Also under consideration is the question of whether each league should have just one entry or should co-champions automatic ally qualify for the play-offs? And bow. if an opening appears in a bracket, should a strong second place team be determined, if two or three teams appear to have nearly the same relative strength? Wednesday's meeting is expected to produce some definite proposals which will most likely be recommended to the Execu- |tive Committee for adoption, according to Commissioner Fagans. Members of the Board of Directors of the football coaches association who attended the first session included: Tex McKown, Lynwood High; Skip Rowland, Long Beach Wilson; Ernie Johnson, El Rancho; Dick Coury, Hater Dei; Clare Van Hoorebeke. Anaheim: Ed McDermott, Moorpark; Lloyd Hel- gcson. Warren High of Downey; Jesse Cone, Ganesha High of Pomona: Len Cohn. Claremont; Ed Sowers. AUiambra; and Ben H a m m e r s c h m i d t. Riverside Poly. Casey Stengel says Yogi still has good wrists By FRED DOWN UPl Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI) — "Let's not make a joke outta this," barked Casey Stengel in one of the most unnecessary statements he ever made because nobody—least of all the Philadelphia Phillies — was laughing about Yogi Berra's first game out of motiibaJls. "He looked good behind the plate," contmued Stengel, "and he's still got those good wrists at the bat. We don't kill him with work but tie's here to work." Stengel was luxuriating along with the rest of the New York Mets in Berra's impressive re- luiTi to active catching Tuesday lught. All the 40-year old former New York Yankee catching star and manager did was deliver two singles in three tries, score the winning run in the 2-1 victory over tlie Phillies and earn a sincere tribute from pitcher Al Jackson. "He was tremendous." said Jackson, who scored his first victory after three defeats. "H was a great help to me." Berra. who hadn't caught in a major league game since Sept. 21, 1963. when lie was a member of the Yankees, went the full nine innings. He made a fairly difficult tag play at the plate on Johnny Callison and a strong but slightly high tlirow ti-ying to head off a stolen base and, of course, weighed in with two of the Jlets' nin« Wis. It felt good," said Berra after the game. "We'll have to see how much I can do, through." Berra is on a two-week trial to determine whether he should be permanently placed on the Mets' active list. If 'he tetum* to his role as coach only after those two weeks he cannot be placed on the active list again tills season. Berra received a standing ovation from the crowd of 17. 321 when he made his first appearance at the plate in the first inning—and delivered with a line smglc to center field that should have scored the second nm of the inning. Thunderous ovation for return of Yogi Berra was third. The second choice,!tioned. the winner paid S6.60. By United Press International Yogi's back. "Yep, and it felt good," Yogi Berra smiled after making his National League catching debut Tuesday night by slapping two singles and scormg the winning run in the New York Mets 2-1 triumph over Philadelphia. "But we'll have to see how much I can do," the former Yankee star and manager cau- CONGO MISSION PERSEVERES SPRINGFIELD, Mo. fUPI) The .Assemblies of God church at Paulis. Congo, "is going stronger than ever in the face of adversity," according to a report received by a missions official. The Rev. Everett L. Phillips, field secretary for the Assemblies of God in .Africa, said "attendance al the Paulis church has reached 800, compared with 450 a year ago. ... We were thrilled to learn the congregation at Paulis is still carrjnng on services. We had feared most Assemblies of God church activities in tlie Congo had gone down the drain." Yogi -will be 40-yearsold a which apparently scored Ed Kranepool from second base, but Joe Christopher, who had walked, was cut down trying to reach third before Kranepool could score. Scores Winning Run Berra singled again in the .seventh, moved to second on a hit by Ron Swoboda and scored the decisive run on Roy McMillan's single. Yogi aI.<;o sparkled behind the plate, catching winner .M Jack- week from Wednesday and had;son the full nine innings. He not played in a regular season: tagged out Johnny Callison at- game since Sept. 21, 1963. Hcucmpting to slide around him went hitless in eight spring i at the plate in the first inning, training appearances this yearj Jackson set a ciub record of 11 and grounded out in his first pinchhitling role last Saturday in Cincinnati. "I wasn't in shape in spring training. When you've been out a year you gotta come back slowly. But I've been taking a lotta batting practice and catching in workouts and I fee! strikeouts and blanked the Phils until the ninth when singles by Frank Thomas and Tony Taylor, a wild pitch and Ruben Amaro's sacrifice fly produced a run. In other games, three Willies —Davis, Stargell and Mays — along with Hank Aaron supplied strong," Berra said. "Getting!the fireworks in the National to play again is like a shot inj the arm." And Yogi was like a shot in League where Pittsburgh beat Chicago 6-3, Milwaukee toppled Houston 9-3, Los Angeles Catching Cassius mouth shut a big GETTING READY — A perspiring Sonny Liston works out doing sit-ups, during training for his conning bout with champion Cassius Clay in Boston May 25. (UPI Telephoto) By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Writer CHICOPEE, Mass. (UPI) — You have to get up early in the morning to catch Cassius Clay with his mouth shut. I did and can honestly report that at 5 a.m. Clay is a perfect sphinx. He doesn't have a thing to say, "The best time to learn the •truth about any man is to catch him at the crack of dawn or when he's dead tired," advised Clay's trainer. Drew (Bundini) Brown. You can grow old waiting for Clay to get tired, so I waited for the dawn instead and joined him when he climbed into a station wagon which was to take him to a field where he does his daily roadwork. There were five others in the station wagon, including three sparrhig partners and Brown, and Clay never said a word to any of them. Kept Silence He hummed a few bars from a current tune, moved his shoulders around a bit the way all fighters do before the opening bell, but didn't break the silence until he reached the site where he was to do his running. "See this guy here," he said finally, nudging one of his sparring partners sitting in front. "His name is James Ellis. Re­ member it. He gonna be the next light heavyweight cham.p. Can beat (Jose) Torres right now." The station wagon finally pulled up to a field that looked as if it once might have been a race track. Everyone climbed out. Like Brown said, you can learn a lot about man so early in the morning and right away I learned Clay doesn't Kke to nm through the woods. No reason. He just doesn't like it. Fighters such as Rocky Marciano and Archie Moore used to love going through the woods but Clay won't have any part oi it. Looked Like Louis Dressed in a scarlet-colored parka with a hood that covered most of his face. Clay bore a striking resemblance to Joe Louis. He resembled him even more by being silent. The champion did a few simple calisthenics, such as touching his toes and moving around in a small circle, then suddenly began running as Brown kept an eye on him all the Ume. When he had run a quarter of a mile, a big black dog came afta? him and started barking but Clay paid no attention whatsoever and the animal lost interest and drifted away. Fmally, Clay was finished the arm to 17,321 Met fans al^beat Cincinnati 8-6 and San Shea Stadium who gave him a:Francisco bombed St. Louis 9-2. thunderous standing ovatioui in the American League, New when he came to bat in the; York topped Cleveland 5-3, Chi- first inning. He rifled a single I cago stopped Detroit 10-6, Washington beat Kansas City 4-2, Minnesota defeated Baltimore 7-3 and Los Angeles whipped Boston 7-1. Willie Davis, burdened with the responsibility of providing the Los Angeles Dodgers with an offense, belted his third homer, doubled and drove home the decisive run in the ninth after the Dodgers had blown a 4-0 lead. Gordy Coleman's two-run homer, a three-run blast by Vada Pinson and a solo homer by Tommy Harper had enabled with job and he climbed back into the station wagon. "How much did that pedometer says?" inquired Brown. "A mile and a half." said Clay. "Looks more to me. We gonna have to ride around the field with a car one day and find out for sure." Leisurely Breakfast Back at his training quarters, Clay had a leisurely breakfast and then lounged until a press conference was scheduled in mid-day. "... They gonna talk about me like a dog when I lose, so when I win I let them all know it," he bellowed, his eyes rolling wildly. "The Big Bear knows I'm not scared of nothing. I passed my test. They said I was the next target after Malcolm X was killed. It was in the paper and everything. "I was right there where everyone could see me or get me. That's right, I was right there standing, not scared of no bomb or nothing. Then I look at him and he can't scare me. I can't do nothing but die. What am I gonna be scared of when I'm right? Who in hell is Sonny Liston? ..." Cassius was back in high gear again. You learn much more about a man al 5 o'clock m tlie morning. San Diego State talces tourney at Palm Springs PALM SPRINGS (UPD— San Diego State today holds both the team and individual titles in the just-concluded Southern California Intercollegiate Golf Tournament. Allen Campbell put together rounds of 74 and 69 for a 143 total and the individual crown as he led the Aztecs to a one- stroke team victory over the University of Southern California. San Diego's total of 595 was a new record for the 16tb annual tournament, bettering USC's 8 -year-old mark of 612. Campbell was followed by UCLA's Terry Hartshorn with a 72-72—144 and Sherman. Finger of use, who shot 146 on rounds of 75 and 71. Los Angeles State (605) and UCLA (610), the third and fourth place teams in the field of 19, were also under the old team record. the Reds to enter the ninth in a 6-6 deadlock. Reliever Jim Brewer shut out the Reds over the last four innings to gain the victory. stargell broke a 3-3 tie with a three-run homer, his second of the day, in the ninth inning to provide the victory margin. Jerry Lynch also homered twice for the Bucs. Reliever Ernie Broglio was the loser and Al McBean picked up the win. Mays slugged his seventh homer, a two - run clout, and Jesus Alou and Jim Hart also hit two-run shots as the Giants blasted Ray Sadecki, sending the 20-game winner of a year ago down to his third straight loss this season without a victory. Juan Marichal (4-2) was the winner. Ken Boyer homered for one of the two Cardinal tallies. Only 917 fans at Milwaukee, a new attendance low in the Wisconsin city, saw Aaron club two homers and move ahead of Ralph Kiner into a tie with Gil Hodges for 12th place on the all- lime home run list as the Braves shelled Houston starter Bob Bruce for seven runs in the first three innings. Tony Cloninger did not allow a hit until the sixth but was touched for a home run by Rusty Staub with a man on in the ninth. STANDINGS National League W. L. Pet. GB Cmcinnati 12 6 .667 ... Los Angeles 12 6 .667 ... Houston 12 8 .600 1 St. Louis 9 9 .500 3 -Milwaukee 8 8 .500 3 Chicago 8 9 .471 3^A San Francisco 9 11 .450 4 Philadelphia 8 10 .444 4 Pittsburgh 7 12 .368 S '/i New York 7 13 .350 6 Tuesday's Results Pittsburgh 6 CHiicago 3 New York 2 Phila 1, night Milwaukee 9 Houston 3, night Los Ang 8 Cincinnati 6, night San Fran 9 St. Louis 2, night Thursday's Games Pittsburgh at Chicago Los Ang at Cincinnati, twi-light (Only games scheduled) Chicago Mmnesota Detroit Los Angeles Baltimore Cleveland New York Boston Washington Kansas City American League W. L. Pet. 11 5 10 9 10 9 7 13 4 12 .688 .667 .563 .556 .529 .500 .471 .467 .350 .250 GB 2 2 21^ 3 3'^ 3Vi 6 7 Tuesday 's Result* New York 5 Cleveland 3, right Chicago 10 Detroit 6, night Washington 4 Kan Giy 2, nigjit Minnesota 7 Baltimore 3, night Los Angeles 7 Boston 8, night Thursday's Oamet Baltimore at Minnesota New York at Qeveland, night Kansas City at Los Ang, night (Only games scheduled)

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