VARSITY QUARTET — Running for a place in the OF will be this Redlands high Terrier varsity relay team tonight ot Riverside in the CBL finals, (l-r) Bob Manning, Chris Munoz, Steve Wilke and Rick Polidore. Field events start al 6:30 and running at 7 p. m. on Wheelock field in Riverside. (Facts photos by C. J. Kenison) BEE RELAY — Redlands Class B relay team is composed of (l-r) Steve Peterson, Andy Soulek, Keith Correia and Royce Patterson. They are after one of three qualifying spots tonight. CEE SPEEDSTERS — Driving for honors in the Class C competition will be this Terrier quartet of (l-r) Mike Weaver, Bill Henry, Lee Hicks ond John Young. RHS competes tonight in CBL track finals All-out efforts will be on tap tonight in the annual CBL track and field finals being held at Riverside's Wheelock field. Tho top three in each event will advance to the GIF prehminary meet. Coach Bill Cunningham's Redlands high Terriers have 34 entries in the A, B and C classes o£ the meet. Field events will begin at 6:30 p.m. tonight and the first running events go at 7 o'clock. Many of the RHS distance runners have dropped from varsity to B and from B to C classes for the CBL and CIF meets. Entered in the varsity division for the Terriers are Marvin Benz in the hurdles, Steve Wilke and Bob Manning in the dashes. Matty Lowry, John Mercier and Jim Brechwald in the 880, Rick Polidore in the 440, Steve Harrison and Jim Barnes in the mile. Nolan Beukema, Roger Norton and Brad Madson go in the mile. The field events will have Rick Cruz, Bill Murray and Gary Gray in the shot; Doug Johnson, Willie Townscnd in the long jump. Larry Butler, Dave Wheeler and Bob Jenkins handle the varsity high jump and Dave Kebely competes in the pole vault. In the Class B division the Terriers have Keith Correia in the 100, Andy Souiek and Steve Guggisberg in the 660, Ken Lopez in the 120 low hurdles. Steve Peterson and Royce Patterson in the 220 dash, Steve Shawver, Bud Perry, Courtney UEiecsrned runs spell defeat nine BRAVES CUT TWO MILWAUKEE (UPn - The,' Milwaukee Braves cut fii-st baseman Tommie Aaron and relief pitcher Clii Clii Olivo Thursday to get down to the May 12 limit of 25 players. Aaron and Olivo were assigned to Atlanta of the International League. Si.x unearned runs spelled defeat for Cope Junior High baseball team yesterday 7-6 at the hands of host Montclau:. Coach Keith Mooney's Golden Eagles almost came up with the win in the seventh when they had two men on base. Tuesday, the Cope diamond squad tangles with Redlands Junior high on the Wildcats field at 3:30 p.m. Mark Englebretson had two hits, Joey Anderson and Dave Miller both carded one for the Eagles. Randy Orwig, Tom Sheeley and Chip Haight bandied the mound chores with Haight being handed the loss. Shaw and Tracy Boatman in the 1320 run. The Terriers failed to place in the B field event finals held during the preliminaries. Class C entries from Redlands will have Mike Weaver in the 100 dash, Joe Stamper in the 660 run. Weaver and Glen Jenkins in the 120 low hurdles. Bill Henry in the 180 yard dash, Phil Saldana, John O'Leary and Don Vega in the 1320 run. In the field events, Carl Ledbetter qualified for the high jump, and Dennis Kessler and Jim Brown both will be in the Chaffey CIF prelims on May 22. BIG AUTO See the ALL New 1965 HONDA S-90 SCRAMBLER $49.76 Down — $22.50 Per Mo. Honda of Redlands Redlands Blvd. at 1st St. 793-2835 BANK FINANCING - LOW COST INS. AVAILABLE DOUBLE-HEADER SATURDAY NITE May 8 ORANGE SHOW SPEEDWAY San Bernardino Time Trials 6:30 p. m. First Race 8:30 p. m. STOCKS & MODIFIEDS 2 '/2 .Hrs. of Thrills Guaranteed Purse of $1596 Point Fund $92i FAMILY NIGHT Adults: $2; Kids Under 8 Free Dan Wolf hers gets pro draff in baskefball Dan Wolthers, former Redlands high school basketball ace and now at the University of California, was a seventh round draft choice of the San Francisco Warriors in the National Basketball Association draft yesterday. Wolthers, a senior at UC, ended the season as one of the all-time Bear scoring leaders. The Warriors also picked two ail-Americans, Fred Hetzel of Davidson and Rick Barry from Miami of Florida, the national scoring champion, in their first two selections. RHS swimmers ready for CIF tomorrow Redlands high swimmers go all out tomorrow in the CIF finals being held at Cerritos College in Norwalk starting at 1:30 p.m. Terrier coach Bob Chambers has one relay team and three other swimmers who qualified for the meet. Dean Kackley, Garth Huffaker and Jim Gardner will all be in individual events. The relay team, 200 freestyle, is composed of Oave Scott, Kackley, Gardner and Huffaker. Persons driving to the meet should take the Riverside freeway to the Los Angeles turnoff then get on the Santa Ana freeway and then get off at the Alondra avenue off ramp and go west to the college at 11110 Alondra. WELL-NAMED BUENOS AIRES (UPI)Coin-operated pinball machines although illegal in some areas of Argentina, still have a distinctive name. They are called "tragamonedas," which means: "coin swallowers." UR nine meets Whittier here tomorrow Whittier College Poets, the only SCIAC team to defeat the University of Redlands baseball team, move into the UR diamond tomorrow afternoon at 1 p.m. for a conference doubleheader. Coach Paul Taylor's Bulldogs must win both ends to sew up the SCIAC title. Both the Bulldogs and Poets are tied with 8-1 records for first place in the league. Jim Hogan and Gary Sherman will get the nod as the starting pitchers for the UR. Tuesday, the Whittier nine rose up in the final inning to gain a 10-9 victory over the Bulldogs. Bulldog outfielder Derek Shelton continues to lead the UR and the conference with his mighty bat. The senior sluggar is smashing the ball at an even .500 clip through eight games. Bill Townsend, Bob Beck and Ted Acres are all in the top 10 batters slong with Shelton for the Bulldogs. Redlands Daily Facfs Friday, May 7, 1965 - 17 Under the lights fomorrow UR to host 12 schools in NAIA track meet Berg hurls no-hitter for RJHS With pitcher Billy Berg twirling a no-hitter, Redlands Jim- ior high baseballers smashed visiting Ferris 8-1 yesterday on the RJH diamond. Berg allowed only four walks during the contest. The lone Perris tally in the seven innings was unearned. Steve Miller was the leading batter for coach Dave Farmer's winners with two hits. Other Wildcats getting a hit were, Tony Martinez, Pete Rezendes. Bob Saldana, Doug Wells, Bill Berg, Gary Mercado and Jose Guzman. Monday, the RJH nine meets Norco in an away clash. Tuesday, the Wildcats host Cope junior high at 3:30 p.m. Top track and field performers from 12 colleges will converge on the University of Redlands oval tomorrow night for the 6th Annual District II National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Track and Field meet. Field events will begin at 7 p.m. with the first final running race getting the gun at S o'clock. Along with the host Bulldogs, performers from Pasadena, Cal Western, Westmont, La Verne, Cal Lutheran, Cal State at FuUerton, Biola, Pomona, Claremont Harvey Mudd, Whittier and the University of California at Riverside will have teams entered. Assistant UR coach Jack Savage is the meet director and Aubrey Bonham of Whittier is head referee. | The team champion will bei crowned at the end of the meet! with the scoring based on five places in the mdividual events and three places in the relays. Eight records were broken in the meet last year and more of the same can be expected to> morrow night. The 440-yard re lay mark of 42.5, held by the UR, whould tumble to the host Bulldogs who have run 42.2 this season. Cal Western has a speedy quartet with a 42.8 mark. In the pole vault, the 14-8% record should fall to Mike Roether of Cal Western who has gone over 15 feet this season. 1 Lloyd Biggins of Pasadena. I who holds the current high jump I record of 6-8%, has gone the same height this season. The UR's Lee Johnson is the top shotputter with his 61-toot mark but may be held out of action due to a leg injury. Cal Western's Dave Price has cleared 60 feet this year. Jerry Huhn looks to be a shoo-in in UR golfers turn back Claremont University of Redlands golfers turned back visiting Claremont Harvey Mudd yesterday 39-15 over the Redlands Country Club course in an SCIAC match. The loss dropped Claremont out of first place in the conference. ^ Mike Harvey sparked coach: Lee Fulmer's Bulldogs by shoot-' ing a two over par 72. Jim Eliassen also shot a 72 to lead the unbeaten UR fresh-[ men to a 21-15 win. ! Redlands scores were Jim McKeehan 76, Mike Harvey 72, Fred Emmert 77, Bob Campbell 74. Mike Curtis 74 and Fred Smith 79. Drag ratings up for grabs at Fontana The No. S and No. 7 spots on the National Fuel Dragster Ratings will be decided in two separate match races Saturday night at Fontana Dragway. Dick Lechien of San Diego defends his No. 3 rating against Gary Gabelich of Long Beach, and Doug Robinson of Pasadena defends the No. 7 position against Dick Stahl of Culver City in best two out of three matches. Both match races are in addition to the regular drag racing program, which starts at 7 p.m. More than 30 fuel dragsters arc entered in the featured top eliminator competition, led by the "Survers" dragster with Mike Sorokin of Santa Monica at the wheel. the javeUn with a 225 mark. The meet record is 229 feet set by the Bulldogs' Chuck Wilkinson in 1960. Other records that may tumble are in the 100 dash where Curtis Meekins of C a^l Western has a 9,7 mark, the 8SU run where Lew Jones of Whittier has clipped off 1:52.6 under the existing mark. Order of Events Running Events: Preliminariej 7:00 120 Yd Dash Trials 100 Yd Dash Trials 120 Yd High Hurdles Trials Field Events: Prelims and Finals 7:00 Pole Vault Long Jump High .Jump Shot Put .lavcli'i Discus 440 Yd Relay Triple Jump 7:10 7:25 7:00 7:30 7:30 7:30 8:30 8:00 8:30 . Running Events: Finals 8:00 440 Yd Relay 8:10 One Mile Rim 8:20 440 Yd Dash 8:35 100 Yd Dash 8:50 120 Yd High Hurdles 9:00 880 Yd Run 9:10 220 Yd Da.sh 9:25 440 Int. Hurdles 9:40 3 Mile Run 10:00 One Mile Relay COLLEGE STARS NEW YORK (UPI) — The .'Ml-.'imerican college golf team, made up of the nation's 10 outstanding collegiate golfers, will be announce:! at a dinner here on July 27. A committee of golf pros, coaches and writers, headed by .Arnold Palmer, will select the team. Summer Leagues Now Forming Mixed Fours Handicap — Trios Spots Now Available for Full Teams or Individuals Ml Summer H'lght leagues Bowl at 8 P.M. housmves Leagues of 9:SII AM. Phone 793-2525 for League and Open Bowling Information Empire BowM^° HE-E The best buy for your hard-earned dollar is at your local Buick Dealer! Little old ladies in droves are trading mint- condition cars of all makes and models for Buick Wildcat-powered sizzlers! Special allowances! Low-low prices... Easy terms... * Save NOW... Make '65 your GOOD LUCK DRIVING YEAR by Joining the Buick Gran Sport bargain rally of Double-Checked Used Cars. •V/e'II fake CASff, if you insist. 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