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16 - Friday, May 7, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts Jaycees post entries for AAU swim meet First official entries in flie May 22-23 Redlands AAU-sanctioned Swim Meet were posted today by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Some 33 swim clubs in Southern California have been invited to the two-day meet, the first AAU swim competition to be conducted in Kedlands. Sponsored jointly by the Jaycees and the Redlands Swim Club, the meet will be held at the Redlands High school pools. Early entries include teams from Redlands, Riverside, Whittier YMCA, City of Commerce and the Palm Springs Boys Club. Combined strength of these teams add up to 28 swimmers. The AAU has sanctioned 79 events, including relays, for the first annual Redlands competition. Medals will be given to first, second and third place finishers, and ribbons to 4th, 5th and 6lh place winners. .Advance tickets to the event are now on sale in Redlands. The $1 advance tickets cover both days of the meet. Once the meet gets underway, the admission charge will be 75- cents each day, according to Larry Lanterman, Jaycee chairman of the AAU meet. Tickets are now available at the Security First National Bank, Kinder Manufacturing company, U. S. National Bank, the National Field Archery association office in Yucaipa, and from Swim Club members. Sharon Entrekin, 1965 Miss Redlands, will serve as official hostess during the swim competition which is expected to attract several hundred swimmers. No Clay-Liston fight for Boston BOSTON (UPI) — Plans to Promotions Inc., Uie promoters hold the heavyweight championship fight between Cassius Clay and Sonny Listen here May 25 were canceled today. Coimsel for the promoters of the proposed bout did not immediately give a new location for the 15-round title match but said they hoped to stage it on the same May 25 date in another city. The cancellation of the Boston Garden plan was announced by attorney Paul T. Smith, representing Intercontinental Promotions Inc. Smith's statement came following a lobby meeting with at- Complete new crop of hiffers on Dodger team By United Press International You need a scorecard lo iden- [second victory in four decisions.Jeading Chicago White Sox. Or, Jackson was reached for twoj landopfa suffered his fourth tify the Los Angeles Dodgers' U,^,,,^ yvj„ig s(^,.„pU I straight defeat for the As. hitters and it's worth the price.l ".Kth of the sea-^ -"''^ 'V,""'"' "'I ^""'^ ^'"^ '"l Smith's announcement, he wasjinS the fight there if the Boston The familiar Dodger sluggers f"" ^"'^ 'nings. allowmg three runs and ^^.^hcirawin" the district attor- Picture failed to brighten. -Snider, FuriUo, Hodges, and 'Son) and Jim Pagliaroni s third four hits. He was followed by ^^^j^P^ 1,,^ Assistant Dist. AUy. Jack I. of the bout which they expect to gross a record S5 miUion, also were summoned to the healing before Suffolk Superior Court Judge Felix Forte. Spokesmen for the Pennsylvania-based promotions firm said they would seek another site for the fight if the legal battle stretched beyond today's hearing. They claimed that several cities in other states had indicated interest in hosting the fight on May 25 and charged that the legal snarl already had cost them SIOO.OOO. At the same time, however, Boston Garden President Edward J. Powers said S2,100 worth of S50 ringside tickets Stuarf thinks everything happens for the best '°™Ti°'i"-'{;n'^'^±nr'^sr^'lhad been sold during the open'^n™n ii"g day of legal action, boost- Siherman. \.% r_,^^„„'- „„.i„ ti^i-ot The fight was washed out in Boston after Dist. Ally. Garrett Byrne filed a petition for a restraining order to halt it. Byr-| ! mg the Garden's early ticket sale to more than $84,500. Sam Margolis, an official of Inter-conlinental. and Frederick ne's bid to prevent the fight| Brooks, president of Sports Vi- from being staged here touched iSion Inc. wluch controls the na- off a legal fight between himltion^de closed circuit television and the promoters. i setup for the fight, were ra Assistant Dist. Attv. Alan J. i Cleveland Thursday reportedly Diamond said that in view of,studying the possibihty of snvitch- ^ ... , , „ u r "ey's petition for the restrain- Campanella ~ are gone and round - tripper. Ernie Banks in-|.Aubrey Oatewood and Bob Lee.jjjj^ order such unpublicized names asi pleased his major league-load-:who gave up a home run to Ed Tracewski, Parker, Lefebvrc . , . . „ , ing runs batted in total to 25 and Gnlfith are wmnmg games, ^ ^.^„,^ ^j„,,j,, I tie the score at 3-3 and Don in their place. In fact, the Dodger hitters are enjoying their loftiest position in recent years, ranking _ _ _ just behind Cincinnati and Sanljjon Cardwell, was the loser. Francisco with a club baUing; Knocks In Four Charles in the eighth. Robin Roberts won his fourth straight game and the 275th of Landninrand Jac"kson followed h's career, allowing the Minne- with run-scoring singles. jsota Twins just four hits. The Don Schwall, in relief of:3S-year-old veteran also singled in the go-ahead run for Baltimore in the fifth inning. The only run off Roberts was Harmon Killebrew's second homer. Brooks Robinson hit his third mark of .265. Bobby Knoop tripled and hom- The Dodgers boosted their crcd to drive in four runs for National League lead to twol'the Angels and help rookie, games Thursday night by com-j Rudy ;\Iay to his second vic-ihomc run off starter and loser pleting a three-game sweep ofjiory. The Angels have won fourlJim Kaat, who also yielded run- the Cincinnati Reds. 4-3. LA's'straight and are within twoi scoring hits to Paul Blair, Russ lightly regarded batting corps!games of the American League- Snyder and Luis Aparicio. raked the proud Cincinnati pitching staff for 16 runs in the three game set. And they did it without Tommy Davis, their most prolific hitter. Hits Second Homer Ron Fairly hit his second home run in two nights and Derrell Griffith, a replacement for the injured Davis in left field, also homered for the Dodgers Thursday night in sup port of Johnny Podres. Dick Tracewski, who is hitting .359 and has driven in the winning run in two games in Neither of the heavyweight boxers was present in the over- flowmg courtroom for the announcement. They had been summoned to appear. Officials of Inter-Continental Zaikind announced that Clay and Listen would be among several persons summoned to the hearing on tlie restraining order after his plea that the oixier be issued immediately was refused by Judge Forte. By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI) — They can't hurt Dick Stuart anymore because he already has been drained dry of all emotion. That's what he claims, anyway. There were poignant, heart- tugging pictures in many papers showing Johnny Blanchard sobbing uncontrollably the other night after the New York Yankees traded him to the Kansas City A's, but Stuart promises there never wiU be any such picture of him. "I've had everything bad happen to me that could possible happen to a ballplayer," reflected the 32-year-old first baseman for the Philadelphia Phillies. "I've been booed, benched, ridiculed for my fielding and been traded. I've been sat on every way you can think of. They can't think of anything else to do that I know of. "My mother always told me, 'try to think everything hap pens for the best.' .And that's the way I try to think. If you don't think positively in this world, you're Ucked, right?" Benched Against Lefty This sudden soul-searching on the part of Stuart came about because he had been benched by manager Gene Mauch. What made it even worse was that he remained on the bench even when the Mets used left­ hander Al Jackson again.st thejl went six-for-13 and drove In Phils Tuesday night. I sat him down," said Mauch, "because he wasn't playing like 1 expected." Stuart w^as surprised but he wasn't angry. "I've been benched before." he said. "Who am 1 to argue with the manager? 1 did it once before with (Johnny) Pesky and I got in trouble. So now I'm keeping my mouth shut. "I can't really understand why he did it, though," he went on. "For an established player making the kind of money I'm making, it's hard to figure. "They made a big fuss about me when they got me from Boston, over the winter and now they sit me down after 15 games. five runs against the Dodgers. I even raised my average to .300. "From there wc went to San Francisco. I played there two days and looked bad. Then I looked bad the first two days in Milwaukee and he benched me for the rest of the scries." If you were to put the big guy on the rack you never could get him to admit that his fielding is, well, for the want of two better words, plain lousy. He thinks it's adequate although he doesn't get upset when critics coin such unflattering nicknames for him as "Dr. Strangeglove" and "old iron fingers." "I don't let names like that bug me." he said. "I'm easy- I going. The only one I ever get mad at is myself. I know my It doesn't make t.Jll'; /.='"AnJltp °°lH 'Yhn?! fielding can be improved and I against Los Angeles and that. , <=, . Ta„u„^^ p,.pr club has a good pitching staff. I ^-^^j^.-^ ^.f^'^Xlll soTo jrcal good plays and I've made • nA some already this season." ' Mauch likewise sees little hu- ; mor in the gags about Stuart's i defensive ability and any time LOS .ANGELES (UPI)- Bob: 5^~<=, mentions "Dr. i Strangeglove in front of the Pier led Pepperdinc s 17-hil at-. Philadelphia manager he says downs Loyofo tack with two homers as the Waves downed Loyola. 13-6. in a non-league baseball game yesterday. Pier's homers came with none on and two on. coldly: "It's not a joking matter." That's easy enough to understand. Most people merely laugh at Stuart's fieldmg. But poor Mauch has to sit there and watch it every day. Crcmer sets new YHS goif record Fred Cromer led Yucaipa UR netters top-seeded in tourney Host University of Redlands High Thunderbird goiters to a I tennis players have three of the] top-seeded players in the annual SCIAC tournament going on to- new school and course record yesterday as the T-Birds rolled to a 205-239 win over visiting Coachella at the Garden Air ccl '^^y ,3"^ tomorrow at the URj course i ^o^rts. .Action begins tomorrow morn- Cromer shot a one-undcr-par j^g at 9:30 a.m. on the UR '^Sri ^irfirtdi^^. ^"^^^^agath -i:;;^,- -,,--^^3^- run with a sacrif_ice fl _ and e,-s \ucaipa swmgers to the.g ,^3 fi„a ,3 ^^.j,, held at 1 p.m. Wcs Parker (a .293 hitter) tripled and scored the other run on a wild pitch. Rookie second baseman Jim Lefebvrc (.270) belted two hits and scored one of the Dodgers runs. Podres was forced to leave the game with two out in the seventh inning when his arm stiffened, and Bob Miller relieved him to preserve the veteran righthander's second victory. Podres Avas forced to leave the game with two out in the seventh inning when his arm stiffened, and Bob Miller relieved him to preserve the veteran lefthander's second victory. Frank Robinson's fifth homer of the season accounted for one of the two runs yielded by Pod res, who wild-pitched the other tally home. A triple by Tony Perez off Miller and an error accounted for the final Red run. Starter John Tsitouris was the loser. Cubs Nip Pirates Desert Valley League victory.'; ^^^^ tl,^ ^^^,,1^,^ championship His 34 score for the nine holes... „ dl p .lll. John Yeomans and Bill Scho- cn are both seeded in the sin- set a new YHS record. The overall 205 was also a new T-Bird record. Other scores for Yucaipa were Dave Mathews 38, Dave Young 40, Steve Byrem 46 and Jim Hovanas 47. With the victory, Yucaipa Is 3-6 in DVL standings and 6-7 for the season. The Thunderbirds tangle with league-leading Indio Tuesday at gles at number one and two and Steve Peacock is seeded four. Two rounds of play were held today with the final rounds tomorrow. Admission to the matches is free. 3 p.m. over the Garden Country Club course. Air may or may not continue next year By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI) — Say hey. Wilt, those people in the NBA are going ahead with plans to start the season—with or without you. This piece of news may or may not alter Wilt Chamber- The Chicago Cubs edged the! Iain's original decision to hang Pittburgh Pirate 5-3 in the only other National League game scheduled. The Baltimore Orioles up his short pants for good but it might give him some food for thought. .A man who knows Chamber- him continue playing for us next season," said the Philly owner following the NBA draft. "If it's best for him not to play, I would not want him to do anything to hurt himself. It would be a tremendous loss to us if he did quit but we certainly ould go on. "Basketball has survived without him and I'm sure it would continue to do so. Our sport is bigger than any one •'man or any group of men." whipped the JMinnesota Twins'lain about as well as anyonej There was no anger in Rich.'•i -l, the Los Angeles Angels! says he feels there's a 50-50 „,an's tone nor did he raise his beat Kansas City 5-4 and the; chance Wilt will change his ^oicc as he spoke about Cham- Nee York Yankees-Indians at Cleveland was postponed by rain. Larry Jackson hit his first home run in 11 years in the ma- The Blues Answer to Previous Fu7zle ACROSS IDark shade of blue 5 Blue 8 Puritanical blue 12 Molding 13 International labor group (ab.) 14 Olive genus 15 Maiden 16 Common iris. (2 -words) 18 Goalkeeper (coll.) 20-Assessment estimates 21Hderly 2 Excliange premium 3 Girl's name 4 Color Shifted course 6 Entire 7 Pronoun BRai.scd. .IS hi a solf stroke n According to lOMarli-lrom blow 11 Droops 17 Relaxed Z?","""^ ^°';:berlain. He spoke in the calm, the Philadelphia 76ors next;„np„,otio„al manner that most season. The man in question is .(ate troopers employ when Ike Richman. who not only is speeding tickets. , ;C °-<>"fcr "f the club but alsol The telephone at Richman's jor leagues, added two singles Chamberlain s close friend andj ^nj^^^, j.^^„ excused and accounted for three runsipersonal attorney. 'himself to answer it for the Cubs while earning his "Personally, I'd like in ." JPCJ Talked To Wilt "That was him," he said after he finished the conversation on the phone. "I've spoken with him a number of times since the season ended. He still doesn't know whether he wants to play or not. It looks like he's physically okay, anyway. They did some internal tests on him at Temple University Hospital last week and the tests seemed to turn out all right." Chamberlain always has been a complex individual to figure out since his high school days and Richman now sees one big difference in him. "For the first time," he said, "fve noticed a resentment in him at bemg classified as a villain. Everyone has always considered him a Goliath, you know, but it didn't seem to bother him particularly until recently. Now, apparently, it does. Goliath has always been cast as the villain and David as the hero. Wilt doesn't care for the role. 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