Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 5, 1965 · Page 15
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 15

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Wednesday, May 5, 1965
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BLOCKED PLATE — Terrier catcher Alan McCall blocked the plate in the top of the fourth inning to tag out Romona's Craig Harms on this play. A tremendous peg from left fielder Ron Garcia to McCall stopped the Ram from scoring. Redlands suffered a 3-2 loss in 11 innings yesterday. RHS nine loses to 11-inning CBL m (Facts photo by Tarn Irving) Ramona game A pinch runner and hitter ju.stjlcft field, turned in two delen-| With the los.s. the Terriers are failed to pay off for tlie Red-'S'^e gems. One a catch over'.now 3-7 in CBL standings. To- lands high Terriers in the hot- "'f "/ ^ ' " P ^"^ 'I ^^S^'^y, they meet Riverside Poly ^ other a tremendous peg to the I away and on Friday they host torn of the nth inning yesterday on the RHS diamond as Ramona of Riverside gained a 3-2 CBL win. Coach Joe DeHaggio"s Terrier baseballers came Ijack in the bottom of the eighth inning to knot the score at 2-all liul couldn't produce another run in the four-extra-inning game. In the nth, Les Cowen flied out to center field and then Ron Garcia took first on a walk. DeMaggio sent in Dave Lockett to run for Garcia and Tim Van Horn came in as a pinch batter. Van Horn unloaded on a two plate to catch a Ram runner. A sharp single by first baseman Basil Lobaugh in the bottom of tlie eighth drove in Ekcma to knot the score. nme beats RiaSto one rm Redlands Junior high came through with a 6-5 win over Rialto yesterday. Tim Smith was the winning pitcher for coach and two pitch and sent the ballJDave Farmer's Redlands base- San Bernardino, starting at 3:30 p.m. Ramona AB R. H. Hartshorn ss 5 0 1 Bri. Duffield cf 5 0 0 Skeen 3b 2 2 1 Friedrichs c 5 0 1 Bru. Duffield If 4 1 0 Harms lb 2 0 1 Siebold Ib-p 3 0 1 Berryman 2b 5 0 1 Peterson rf 5 0 0 Hall p 1 0 1 Frakes p-lb 4 0 0 RHS netters move closer to CBL title Redlands high tennis team moved one step closer to the CBL net championship with a 7-2 w-in over Ramona of Riverside yesterday on the Ram courts. Coach Paul Womack's netters meet San Bernardino Friday on the Cardinal courts at 3:30 p.m. Varsity results had Doug Ver- dieck and Jim Sheldon defeating Crabtree and Manlove 6-0, 6-1 in the doubles. Bill Goldie and Jack Van Wieren turned back Ramona's Snyder and Brand 6-0, 60. Redlands Steve Newcomer was stopped by Beacher of Ramona 6-2. 6-2 in the number one singles for the only Terrier loss. Rich Jimenez def. Hensom 6-0. 6-0; Chris Hill def. Dikeman 6-0, 6-1, Don Griffitts def. Houis 6-0, 6-4 and Scott Capen def. Machott 6-4, 6-2. Redlands won the junior varsity division 5-1. Winning for the Terriers were Trolan, Knudtson, Siller, Roberts and Tramonte. The Terriers will host the annual CBL individual tournament on May IS and 19 on the RHS courts. All of the league teams will have entries in the tournament. Redhnds Daily Facts Wed., May 5, 1565 - 15 Terriers qualify six in CBL track Redlands high hurdler Mike,qualified for the varsity finals-ning (Red). .Allen (RP), 21.4; Weaver dropped down to Class! foi^ .'he Terrier.s. i (second heat) Satcrfield fSB), C in the CBL track and field preliminaries held yesterday at Riverside Poly high and almost broke his e.xisting league rec-;and Riverside Poly dominated ord. Weaver clipped over the sticks in 13.6 seconds, just one-tenth UR tennis team defeats Sen Fernando Coach Jim Verdieck's University of Redlands tennis team defeated non-conference opponent San Fernando Valley State 6-3 yesterday on the Matador's!(„ the'quahfying^meet but the courts. It was a final tuneup finals Fridav night at Polv match for the SCI.'^C tourna-jstarting at e'p.m.. are expected ment to be held Friday on the^to set some new standard.^ UR courts. The results: Singles—Malin (S) def. Scho- Field event fiiials in the var.|pi3 , sity class will be held indayi„,.„ night. ^Wilke (Re As expected, San Bernardino the dashes and hurdles. Class A Qualifying 120 HH — (first heat) Ncely of a second off his league mark jfP). Smith (RP). Earthnian'White (SB), of 13.5 which he set last vear.:(SB). Garrison (Ram), 14.4;'Smothers (P) No CBL records were broken .Another one of coach Bill Cunningham's Terrier runners, half- P), Hawkins (RP), Red), 21.5. Class B Finals Shot put — Goodreau (Ram), Kwing iCi, Hill 'C', Minlcr (SB), Wear (P), 50 ft. High jump — Wygant (Ram), Douglas (Red), Contreras (C), 6 (second beat) Howard (P). Gor-O. !don (P), Benz (Red), Hogue! Long jump—Roberts (P). Min(C). 14.8. iter (SB), Hyricks (SB). Cush- 100 - (first heat) Saterficld! man (P'. Oadcn iP'. 21-2^'.. (SB). Mitchell (P), Wilke (Red). i Pole vault-Bush (RP). Og- AUen (RP). 10.0; (second heal)!den (P), Derho (RP). P;mclli Kre.sge SB), Harper (P), Man-[(Red), Ru.ssell (Ch). 12-4. Washington (RP) . niiler Andy Soulek droppcd'ning (Red). Washington (RP).! Class C Finals en, 6-1. 6-1; Esqurio (b) def.uio^n to class B and ripped off 9.8. 1 Shot put—Stclzcr (Pi. Mii .-irrs Peacock, 6-3, 6-2; Morns (R) a stellar 1:23.9 clocking in thel 440 - (first heat) Davis:(Ct. Rider (P), Zwcig (Ram), def. Borrison, 6-2. 6-2; Reif (R)i660-yard run. His time was'(Ram). Polidore (Red). TavlnrlDavis (C). 44-11''.. def. Vinji, 6-4. 7-5; Burns (R)i nine-tenths of a second off the (RP). 49.4; (.second heat) Sl'one; High jump—Click (PiP). Wal- def, Greene, 6-2. 7-D: rvielson (R) CBL standard. 'RP'. Harrison 'Ram', Walker kins (SB). Ledl)cllcr iRcdi, def. Morley, 7-5, 6-1 While running half mile on tlic(S). 50.3. Simpkins (P). Duysing (Ram), Doubles - Morris & Peacock varsity. Soulek had the league's' ISO LH - ( heal) Nccly 5-5. (h) def. Matin & Vinji, 3-5, 6-4 I best time of 1:57.2 in dual (P). Earthman (SB). II o g u e Pole vault — Sanders (Ram), 6-4; Esquno & Greene (SI def.i,„eets. ;(C). Benz (Red). 19.7; (second. Ressler (Red), Shcchy (RP). I'c- Marvin Benz in the 120 high heal) Dcnmon SB). Hawkins| tcrson (P). Brown (Red). 11-6. hurdles. Steve Wilke in the 100:'RP'. Gordon <PK 19.6. I Long jump—Jones (SB). Rider dash, Rick Polidore in the 440i 220—(first heat) Kresge (SB).:(P). Peterson (Pi, Hopes (P), and Bob Manning in the 220iCain (SB), Mitchell (P), Man.|Mijares 'C. 20-9'::. Reif & Nelson, 4-6, 6-3, 61; Burns & Haven (R) def. Borrison & Morley, 6-2, 7-5. Final score: Redlands 6, San Fernando Valley State 3. deep to right field but the Ram outfielder managed to get under the ball for the second out. Lockett, who had stolen second, went to third on the fly. The next batter, Harry Munoz hit a hot one to center but it was handled for the final out. Rich Abrassart pitched 7 2-3 innings for Redlands and then Larry Ekcma closed out the game. Ron Garcia, playing in bailers Shortstop Doug Wells came up with the final out in the sixth, inning to snuff out a Rialto ral-i Cowen cf Totals 41 Redlands AB Lopez ss 5 Crowthcr 3b 4 Lobaugh lb 3 Track letters were presented to 34 boys at a Redlands Junior High assembly this week by Richard Verdon, coach. Ninth grade students receiving letters were Walter Anderson, | Alan nine ioses in extra inning ly. Twirler Tony Martinez came in to relieve Smith in the sixth. Martinez. Dick Bohrnstedt and Bobby Saldana all were 2-for-3 from the plate. Tom Martin, and Smith both collected onei'^•leCall c 4 hit. |.\brassart p 2 The Redlands pitchers allowed | Ekema p 2 five hits, six walks and struck! Garcia If 4 Lockett pr 0 Steddum rf 4 Van Horn ph 1 Munoz 2b 5 H.JToni Bates, Ron I^euschen, Rob- jiert Houghton, Ed Meyer, Bob (ji Saldana. Jose Guzman, Dennis 0 1 Lopez, David Kotner. Al Lopez, ' Pete McBride, Steve Miller, Terry Hawk, Mike Kelly, John Jennings, and Larry Accosta. An eighth grade student to receive a letter was Rudy Rios. JIanagers letters were aw-arded to Tom Richards, Gerald Slratton, Leo De La Cruz, ]iand Don Hughs. UR golfers take ninth in tourney PALM DESERT — University of Redlands Bulldog golfers placed ninth in the annual Southern California Intercollegiate Golf Championship yesterday at Bermuda Dunes Country Club. Coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldogs were led by Jim Eliassen who fired a 77-78 for a 155 for the 36 holes. Jim McKeehan had an 81-77. 158. Fred Emmert scored a 80-82-162 and Mike Harvey a 83-85-168. The UR ninth place finish was ahead of all the other SCIAC schools. A 50-foot putt by medalist Campbell enabled San Diego State to outstroke University of Southern California 595596 for the team title. Los Angeles State ended with 605, UCLA had 610, Fresno State 613, University of California Santa Barbara 624. Loyola 632, Long Beach State 642, University of Redlands 643. San Fernando 644 for 10th place. Other SCIAC scores were Pomona 657. Claremont Mudd 661, Confessions of or what makes mercenary, Jackie run oul eight. Tomorrow, the Wildcats play I host to Perris at 3:30 p.m. on;Ramona the RJH diamond. Tuesday, they i Redlands tangle with cross-town rival i Cope on the Redlands field. Totals Score by innings: 39 Jack Kemp NEW YORK — (NEA) — Af-! means I'm more valuable to'money has paid off like a treas- the team and the game itself. |ure hunt at Fort Knox. He has I want to keep my job and I i accumulated two homes and an want to earn more money, and) apartment building and he .000 too 010 01—3 7 3 . 100 000 010 00—2 6 3 TrGiit pbnts tl?is week The Yucnipa high Thunderbirdj baseball team went down to its' sixth straight defeat in Desert Valley League play yesterday by a 2-1 margin at the hands of Coachclla. Coach Don Gifford's T-Birds were tied M when the Arabs came up with a run in the bot-ig^i^' torn of the eighth inning for the win. Chuck ,Shewni:ikcr led the Vu- caiiw nine off i" the right Bear Lake. Deep Creek (Upper rcction when he bias ed one out, f,,.^,^,,, ^..,1, Lake. Lake Greg- of the park 'n the firs mning.^,. j^^^^ Lake. Mill Crock, for the lone T-Bird tally. Fred Peake to race again this Saturday "Fearless" Fred Peake of '.iMcntone will be back in action The Department of and Game has scheduled the stocking of catchable-size rainbow trout this week in the following'this Saturday night when the Bernardino Lakes and Western States Racing Club streams: I goes into the second night race Arrowbear L.nke, Arrowhcadiof the 1965 season, starting at'tier High's championship team.Uhc sport—seven Lake. Bear Creek (Slide). Big s:30 p.m. will enroll at Stanford next fall.'to be exact. Peake. who finished forth in Biichler. who played end and; That's tlic lis;e<l 1964 points, has spent the long linebacker for Whitlicr. winter months improving his.his annuuncemcnl Tuesday. I . . , ter eight years, isx teams. _ .. ! Occidental 692 and Whitiicr ,16.; three leagues, four fracutres Students recciyingletteis for; Tomorrow, the UR golfers tan-; a permanentlv paralyzed participation in track intramur-iclaremont Harvey; fjnggr there has to be some-'in order to do it, I work harder; moonlights something fierce. Millilfn^ Sis Slfplhv Mike',""f ^ P-^. over the Red- ti,ing besides the fresh air that4o improve as a ballplayer. Thus He writes for Copley Nows- Te man MUp TrV-°"-.-''"^^ '^^'P' ^^^^ ^^"^P '''^^'"S pro-i myself AND the team benefit, papers, for one thing, has a job Testman, Mike Casey, Mike ua ; : fcssional football. | -sure the game's still fun.| in a Buffalo bank, is under conj There is. Money. : Sure I enjoy it. But you aski tract with Spalding and just I "This is a business." he was! the principal reason I play and; signed a drooling contract uiih jsaying the other day, "and I'm|rve got to say for the moneyia fiber manufacturer: "They in it because it pays well." |. . .or, if it doesn't sound too'pay mc for lotting them give Sound callous'.' Not when the;greedy, for myself." mc clothes." quarterback of the Buffalo Bills, jg^^. ^emp, 29. is not greedy. And. oh yes, he used to work explains m full: I pjg-j realistic and came by it for Sen. Barry Goldwater. "I was a nobody player out,^^j^g^dy ^^5^ hisl Says he: "My political views mon, Tim Harty, Todd Lindsey, and Darryl Shelby. Letters were given to intramural managers Robert Damon, Steve Coyazo, Steve Ernstein, Larry Will. George Buehler picks Stanford Vfooden happy with Alcindor's cision of Occidental College when T NEW YORK (UPI) — UCLA, which currently holds the posi- WHITTIER (UPI) — George!lion of the biggest basketball Buehler Jr., a 6-fool-3, 235-pound! school in the country, has add- star football player from Whit-led considerably to its stature in; pay check was secondary. feet, one inch "But after a while I got mar ; career he's had less job security! are a little to the right of Gen- .started. Back then, I tried pro-jtiian a one-fingered piano play-ishis Khan, but I'm proud of it. fessional ball mainly to prove nickname: The Nomad, i Why shouldn't I be? People tell :gr '"IhaT you'w'in.'bm thel He's bounced around football me -ne of their best fnends ° Lso much, many clubs set a;a'o conseivatnes. place for him at training table' Blunt, outspoken, refreshingly ried. I got kids, and my values'-'"st "fo. He's worn more frank, Kemp is nevertheless Coachclla came back to score: ^ 1 19o4 Ford stock car and has h.= in the .second half of the open- U.S. SWEEPS sights set on the title t lis year, ing inning Neither team coukl PARIS (UPI) - Elma and! Peake has completely re- score untU the Arabs came up Elaine Rodney, a pair of Amer -i painted his mount in competi- with the victory tally in the firsti ican-bred horses, finished first tion orange, but will forego the and second in the S24.000 Prix No. 4 he earned last year and L'Atlantic trotting race stick with his old lucky No. 711. extra inning. Mike Haugh was the losing de pitcher for Yucaipa. Fridav',"the;Tuesday. The horses will take,More than 60 other top stock T-Birds tangle with the Indio part in the Grand Prix derby;car jockeys wiU be m action on Rajah's game. in an away league; at Goteborg, Sweden, on May on the paved, banked hi-speed oval. height of; and attitudes matured. "l started; ""'foi'^s than a soldier of for made tow Alcimior. the nation's big-! to think of playing as a tre-!'-"'"^- . ^ ^ gCjt and most publicized prep mendouslv competitive job and.' ^'^^'"O''- . York, ..scliool star, who Tuesday an-like any businessman, 1 had to ™''gh, Wmnipcg, San POSTPONES BOUTS Incunccd his intention of enter-work at it 365 days a year just f"'[alo -^he swears one mghtjwhere the succes^sful find Z.ANESVILLE Ohio (UPI)-''"g "i- ^"^ -A-ngeles school in to keep it. " ^ """'• promoter Don Elbaum "le fall. ; "So. I play, • a five-match! ^'"^ ^"'ms have won (he my NCAA basketball title for the! — has postponed boxing card scheduled for tonight because Doug Agin, who was to meet Chicago's Jackie Richmond in a lightweight bout, was ordered to take several days rest. 1 own in a well-beins . But i.ght-years from being a wisenheimer. His serious opinions are Pitts-j usually di.ssipated by a Henry Diego,!Aldrich voice and, in a business it jhe heard his suitcase whimper. | easy to outgrow their helmets, for' "R can be a hard life, even;Kemp's hat still falls down over it past two seasons and Coach John Wooden said he was "delighted" with .^Icindor's decision, which will imdoubtedly go a long way toward strengthening the school's grip on the college basketball world. The announcement, made by Alcindor himself at a massive press conference in the Memorial High School Symnasi -i .j,j.| for a quarterback. I don't take the physical punishment other I |)layers do but there is a heavy I amount of pressure. You must i run the club, you must win and i }-ou must keep some other guy j from taking your job. j "With all that 1 just wouldn't play if I only got S5.000 a year. And if that's all I was worth just got to get something out A triple by Jim fulmcr sent , couldn't get a job in this of this game besides glory." Powpri^°'^'= '° ^ ^'^vgame anyway." What^ !tory over Eisenhower yesterday.. Futmer triple gives Cope nine victory his ears. "O.K.." he says, "so we won the AFL championship last year. Five years from now who'll remember? Only a few athletes, like Mickey Mantle, can live off their name after they've hung 'em up. "While you're in it. you've um. where he had risen to fame on the strength of a brilliant four-year record. weeks of speculation on behalf of newsmen and years of public silence on behalf of the young giant. "I like the curriculum there and the atmosphere." Alcindor said in explaining his choice, "and the people were nice to me." .Alcindor originally had limited his choice to five schools— St. John's (N.Y.). Boston College. NYU, and Michigan in ad dition to UCL.^. But added confusion resulted when Lew's high school coach and close advisor. Jack Donohue, became the head basketball coach at Holy Cross college last month. The 18-year-old Alcindor, who admittedly had been "confused" by ail the offers he received, said he made the final decision only "in the last two weeks," and furthermore stated that he hadn't even seriously considereti Holy Cross before making up his mind. walks had loaded thel bases in the fourth inning when; , ,!Fulmcr unleashed his blast into! right field. ' Kemp's preoccupation with; "Wealth." Danny Villines was the w^in- ning pitcher for the Golden Eagles working the last six innings and striking out seven. Eisenhower came up with three runs in the first stanza. The only other hit by coach; Keith Mooney's victors was aj single by Gary Platz in thej third. Three walks forced Platz t across the plate for the first: Eagle run. ' Catcher Joey Anderson threw j out two men at second base and one at third during the game. Tuesday, t h e Eagles tangle with Redlands junior high at 3:30 p.m. RACING — Dick Akins, Dayton, Ohio, driving his No. 41 in USAC Sprint Car Race at New Bremen, Ohio, Sunday tumbles end over end after nosing into ground while at­ tempting fo dodge spunouf car. He was critically injured. (UPI Teiephoto) GIANTS, REDS TRADE CINCINNATI. Ohio (UPII- Cincinnati Reds traded veteran relief pitcher Bill Henry to the San Francisco Giants Tuesday for righthander Jim Duffalo. The players were scheduled to join their new teams as soon as possible. Duffalo was 0-1 in two games this season while Henry was 2-0 in three appear ances. Plante's chances brighter NEW YORK (UPI) — Goalie Jacques Plante's chances for breaking back into the lineup of] the New York Rangers next! season were much brighter today after a successful operation on his right knee. Plants underwent surgery Tuesday night at St. Clare's Hospital to correct a synovial rim tear. Before the operation, the Rangers feared the goaltender's knee injury night be more serious. "All I saiiJ was: SIlow me a filter that delivers the taste and ni eat my hat." Try new Lucky Strike Filters ©A. T. Co.

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