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Beukema sets record in CBL track finals Redlands high distance man Nolan Beukema turned on a strong kick in the final 220 yards to overtake Dan Hirsch of Ramona for a win in the 2- mile race last night in the Citrus belt League track and field finals at Riverside Poly high. Beukema and quarter miler Rick Pohdore were the only two Terriers in the varsity division to make the top three and the trip to the CIF prelims next Saturday at Chaffey high. The Terrier Uvo-miler clipped the distance in 9:42.3 to set a league record for the event. His previous best time was 9:57. Polidore was third in the 440. Andy Soulek finished second in the Class B 660 when Riverside Poly's Monte Feli.x unleashed a tremendous kick in the last 100 yards to win. Felix was timed in 1:21.6 and Soulek 1:22.7. The mark was a new record, the old standard ^ being 1:23 flat. Sieve Shawven won the 1320 in 3:17.0 to move into the CIF meet. Also in the B class, sprinter Steve Peterson qualified in the 220 with a 22.3 clocking, one- tenth of a second behind the wiimer. Mike Weaver, favored to set a new standard in the Class C 120 yard low hurdles came up with a pulled hamstring muscle and had to scratch. Weaver pulled the muscle in the 110-yard dash where he placed second. Sprinter Bill Henry zipped to a second place fm- ish in the 180 yard dash. In the varsity division, Steve Wilke and Bob Manning were fifth and sixth in the 220 dash. Dave Wheeler tied for third in the high jump but ost out on a jumpoff between the group. Class A Finals 120 HH — Neely (P), Smith (RP), Howard (P), 14.5. 100—Harper (P), Kresge (SB), Saterfield (SB), 9.8. Mile — Gibbs (Ram). Gropp (Ram), Foresman (Ram), 4:31.2. 880 — J. Burns (Ram), F. Bums (Ram), Watson (C), 1:56.3. 440 — Davis (Ram), Stone (RP), Polidore (Red), 50.1. 180—LH—Denmon (SB), Neely (P), Hawkins (RP), 19.3. 220 — Kresge (SB), Harper (P), Saterfied (SB), 21.5. 2 Mile — Beukema (Red), Hirsch (Ram), Deike (Ram), 9:42.3. Shot put—Crutcher (SC), Oes- terUng (Ram), Ostoich (SB), 57- VA. High jump—Wooten (C), Stephens (RP), Key (C), 6-l'/4. Pole vault — Howard (P), Hirsch (Ram), Payne (Ram), 12-6. Long jump — Kunkle (C), Washington (R P), Hawkins (RP), 22-6. 880 relay — San Bernardino (Cain, Denmon, Kresge, Sater­ fied), Pacific, Riverside Poly, 1:27.7 (new record; old mark 1:27.8 by San Bernardmo, 1962). Win over Son Bernardmo nine in Two home runs with men aboard boosted Redlands high Terriers into fourth place in the CBL with a 4-1 win over San Bernardino high Cardinals yesterday on the Terrier diamond. Monday, coach Joe De- Jlaggio's Terrier baseballers tangel with Pacific high Pirates at 3:30 p.m. in Perris Hill Park. Shortstop Frank Lopez led the RHS nine off on the right foot with a round tripper in the opening inning. Lopez got h i s homer with Mike Dolan aboard for a quick 2-0 lead. In the fifth inning, second baseman Harry ]\Iunoz ripped a shot down the right field line and came homo standing up for two runs batted in. Les Cowen had singled just before Munoz came to the plate. Larry Ekema scattered six hits during 62-3 innings to pick lip the win. Ron Garcia pitched the final one and one-third innings. The Terriers threatened in the sixth inning but three long flics by Gary Steddum. Allan McCall and Lopez ended the stanza. San Bernardino managed their lone tally in the top of the sixth when Phil Holdaway singled in John Wicklund who had hit safely. SBHS AB R. H. Woods ct 2 0 0 Hawthorne 3b ;. 4 0 0 Salinas rf 3 0 1 James ph 1 0 0 WicMund lb 3 1 1 Mahlstedt p 3 0 1 Alva c 3 0 1 Cambon 2b 3 0 0 Holdaway If 2 0 1 Ortega ss 2 0 1 Totals 26 1 6 Redlands AB R. H. Dolan if 3 1 1 Steddum If 1 0 0 Lopez ss 4 1 1 Lobaugh lb 3 0 0 Cowen cf 3 1 1 Munoz 2b 2 1 1 Ballard rf 3 0 0 Growthcr 3b 1 0 0 Ekema p 1 0 0: Garcia p 0 0 Ol McCall c 3 0 0 Totals 24 4 4 Score by innings: SBHS 000 001 0—1 6 2 Redlands 200 020 x-4 4 0 Saidivar stops Rojas in first title defense UR to host NAIA track meet tonigiit Track and field performers invade the University of Redlands oval tonight for the annual District III National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics meet. Field events wUl begin with the pole vault at 7 p.m. and prelimmary running events will also start at the same time. Finals in the races wiH be held at 8 p.m. Outstanding track and field men from 12 colleges will converge on the stadium. The battle for the team championship looks to be a battle between Cal Western, Westmont and the host Bulldogs. Bulldog shotputter Lee Johnson, injured earUer this week, won his event at the Fresno Relays last niglit. Johnson is expected to have quite a duel with Dave Price of Cal Western to­ nigiit. Price has pumped the iron ball out 60 feet 7 inches while Jolinson has a best of 61 feet. For the track and field en- thuisast, this will be one of the best meets in the area this year, assistant UR coach Jack Savage stated. A fine field of 880 nmners and other distance men will be on tap for the trackfest. Lee Jotinson FRESNO — University of Redlands shotputter Lee Johnson broke the collegiate division meet record in the West Coast Relays last night with a 58 feet 2 inch effort. He held the old record of 55-10 which he set last year. .lohnson will be in action tonight on the UR oval in the District III NAIA track and field meet starting at 7 p.m. It was a double for Johnson as he came back later to win the discus when he tossed the platter out 154 feet 9 inches. The Redlands relay team clipped off the mile in 3:13.1 to win. Runnmg on the quartet were Gary Krueger, Bill Bryden. Rich !\IcDowell and Elhott Mason. Mason, Brydcn, Krueger and Jim Tomlin came back in the 880 where they finished second to San Diego State Redlands turned the distance in 1:26.9 to the winners 1:26.6. San Diego Stale compiled 3S points to win the team title while Fresno State had 32, Redlands 28, Long Beach 24 and Los Angeles State was fifth with 21. Coach Ted Runner's Bulldogs were defending champions of the meet but lacked the manpower needed to annex the crown again. "World's Greatest S 'mls Sportini Event!" •Wilson Springer, fiesrst /V'ert'sp.ip5/- Headline Service MONDAY MEMORIAL DAV M31 ON THE CLOSED-CIRCUIT TV SCREEN t0 WILL NOT BE SHOWN ON HOME TV! NOWjDNSftlK; at HARRIS CO. STORES REDLANDS — RIVERSIDE SAN BERNARDINO Mail Orders P.O. BOX 29 SAN BERNARDINO STANDINGS National League W. L. Pet. GB9 Los .'Vngeles 15 6 .714 ... Houston 13 9 .591 2Vi Cincinnati 12 9 .571 3 Milwaukee 9 8 .529 4 Chicago 10 10 .500 i\2 St. Louis 10 10 .500 4',i S. Francisco 10 12 .455 SVi Philadelphia 9 11 .450 $',2 Pittsburgh 8 14 .364 7',2 New York 7 14 .333 8 Friday's Results Milwaukee at New York night, ppd., rain St. Louis 2 Philadelpliia 0, night L. Angeles 4 San Fran. 3, night Pittsburgh 5 Cincinnait 4, night Sunday's Games St. Louis at Philadelphia Los Angeles at San Francisco Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Milwaukee at New York (2) Houston at Chicago (2) American League W. L. Pet. GB Chicago 14 5 .737 ... Mmnesota 11 7 .611 2'- Los Angeles 13 9 .,591 2'- Cleveland 9 7 .563 3',2 Baltimore 10 9 .526 4 Detroit 9 9 .500 i\-2 Boston 7 10 .412 6 Waihinqton 9 13 .409 6'i .\"ow York S 12 .400 6'i Kansas City 5 14 .263 9 Friday's Results L.A. 5 K.C. 4. 1st, twiUght Kan. City 6 L.A. 3, 2nd, night Washington 4 N.Y. 3, 1st, twi- Washington 7 N.Y. 4, 2nd, night Cleveland 5 Boston 1, night Det. at Balti., night, Ppd, rain Sunday's Games Kansas City at Los Angeles Chicago ai Minnesota N'ew York at Washington Detroit at Baltimore, 2 Cleveland at Boston, 2 golfers move into fourth place Redlands high golfers moved into fourth place in CBL standings with a 214-250 win over host San Bernardino high yesterday. Coach Bob Ilahn's Terriers are now 4-3 in league standings. Leading the Terriers to the victory was Brian Schwartz who fired a 40, three over par. Dick Freeman and Greg Weaver both had 42, Jim Lauer 43 and Chris Arth 47. In league standings, Riverside Poly, Ramona of Riverside and Pacific are all tied for first place with 5-2 records. Redlands is 4-3, Chaffey is 2-5 and San Bernardino is 0-7. Redlands will meet all three of the first place teams next week over the Redlands Country Club com'se. The Terriers play Pacific Monday, Ramona Tuesday and Poly on Thursday. All matches begin at 3 p.m. How the Terriers do against the CBL leaders will determine who wins the league golf championship. LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The reign of Vicente Saidivar as world featherweight champion could be a long one if his first title defense against Raul Rojas is indicative of his domination of the 126-pound division. And the Mexican titleholder demonstrated his desire to keep his crown by announcing he was going to Uie gym today, less than 24 hours after his 15th round knockout, to resume for his next defense. Rojas was denied the honor of going 15 rounds with th'j champion in their outdoor bout at Memorial Coliseum when referee Tommy Hart stopped tlie fight with 10 seconds to go. Veteran observers recalled a similar situation when Max Schmeling defended the heavyweight title against William (Young) Striblmg July 3, 1931.! at Cleveland. Referee George Blake stopped that fight with less than 15 seconds left, awarding the German a technical knockout. •'I'm a referee, not a timekeeper," Hart snapped: Repeating virtually the same words Blake used when asked why ho stopped the 1931 title bout. Friday night's fight program showed a good lefthander OWTIS a decisive advantage. In addition to Saidivar capitalizing on his southpaw style, Hiroyuki Ebihara of Japan who also works from the portside knocked out Alacran Torres of Mexico in the seventh round of a scheduled 12-round flyweight elimination bout. The first title bout in Los Angeles in two years drew a crowd of 15,200 to the huge Coliseum, with a paid gate of S112.- 400. There was no local television coverage. Saidivar, 124%, put up his title for the first time since winning it from Sugar Ramos at Mexico City last Sept. 26 on a 12th round knockout. Point Margins The champion piled up a big point margm in the first half of the fight. Rojas, weighing 125'/i., flurried in the seventh round when he had a slight edge, suffered a cut over his left eye in the eighth, and then took the ninth when he opened a cut on the champion's riglit cheekbone. But whatever chances Rojas h-:i disappeared as Saidivar battered liim around the ring in the 11th round with a salvo of stinging lefts to the head. And the tiring Rojas was virtually helpless in the 15th when the bout was stopped. Ebihara shot to a quick advantage in the first round of his bout when he dropped Torres with a left to the jaw. Torres had the advantage only in one round, the fifUi, when he was able to pin the Japanese in a corner and got inside Ms guard. But in the seventh, Ebihara knocked the Mexican through the ropes. He managed to stagger back into the ring and on his feet by the count of five. But then EbUiara reigned blows that left Torres helpless and referee (k)erge Latka stopped the bout at 2:31 of the seventh. Four errors cost T-Blrds Indio game INIDIO — Errors, four of them, spelled defeat for coach Don Gifford's Yucaipa High Thunderbird baseball team yesterday as Indio managed a 4-2 win in Desert Valley League play. Both the Thunderbirds and Indio collected seven hits. Terrj' Rainbow was the losing pitcher after staying ahead 2-0 until the fourth inning. Chuck Shewmaker was the leading batter for the T-Eirds coming up with two singles in three trips to the plate. Yucaipa AB R. H. Holden ss 4 0 1 Chiappone 2b 4 1 1 Shewmaker 3 1 2 Lannon If 3 0 1 Selby 3b 3 0 0 Potillo rf 3 0 1 Lewis c 3 0 1 Merton ct 3 0 o Rainbow p 3 0 0 Emmerson rf 0 0 0 Totals 29 2 7 Indio AB R. H. Shepard 2b 2 0 1 Montoya cf 3 0 0 Ault lb 1 0 0 Briggs lb 2 1 0 J. Izu ss 3 0 0 Tousslant IE 3 2 2 Pope 3b 3 1 1 A. Holman rf 2 0 1 R. Holman c 3 0 1 Wendt p 2 0 1 Totals 26 4 7 Score by innings: Yucaipa 200 000 0—2 7 4 Indio 000 220 x-4 7 2 Krebs killed helping chop down a tree WOODL.'^ND HILLS, Calif. (UPI) — Funeral services will be held Monday in Dallas, Tex., for Jim Krebs, the giant Texan who starred at center for South- em Methodist University and retired only a year ago from the Los Angeles Lakers. Krebs, 30, who played for the National Basketball Association team from 1957 to 1964, w a s killed Thursday night when helping a neighbor chop down a tree. "He was a wonderful kid and it is a great loss to have him go," said SMU Athletic Director Lester Jordan. "He is down in our record books as a champion," said Dr. Edwin D. Mouzon Jr., faculty chairman of athletics. Services Sunday will be at Bulldogs hold lead in SCIAC tennis tourney University of Redlands Bulldogs moved into a three point lead at the end of the first day of the SCIAC tennis tournament being held on the UR courts. Play continues today with the doubles finals being held at 3 p.m. Singles semifinals and doubles semifinals were held in the morning. Coach Jim Verdieck's seeded netters moved through the opening rounds without mishap. Bill Schoen, John Yeomans and Steve Peacock all advanced to the semifinals in the singles. Schoen and Yeomans are also in the doubles semifinals. Y'esterday's resuUs: First Round Singles Newhaall (0) def. Buckholtz (CT), 6-4, 6-1; Peacock (R) def. Johnson (P), 6-2, 6-3; Smith (W) def. Novell (CMC), 6-3, 6-1; B. Yeomans (0) def. Niell (CT), 6-2. 6-1: Bean (CMC) det. Cox (W), 6-0, 6-4; Fletcher (P) def. Taylor (0), 6-4, 6-3; Schoen (R) def. Rudd (MC), 6-0, 6-1. Second Round Singles J. Yeomans (R) det. Newall (0), 6-4, 6-1; Peacock (R) def. Smith (W), 5-3, 6-1; B. Yeomans (O), def. Bean (CMC), 3-6, 6-3, 6-3; Schoen (R) def. Pletcher (P), 6-4, 6-3. First Round Doubles Schoen & Yeomans (R) def. Niell & Buckholtz (CT), 6-2, 6-1; Sleffen & Newhall (0) def. Pletcher & Johnson (P), 6-3, 9-7; Yeomans & Taylor (0) def. Bean & NoveU (CMC), 6-2, 6-2; Ciano & Peacock (R) def. Smith & Cox (W), 6-0, 6-3. Team scores: Redlands 8, Occidental 5, Pomona 1, Whittier 1, Claremont Men's College 1, Cal Tech 0. Frosh scores: Pomona 5, Redlands 4, Occidental 3, Claremont Men's College 2, Whittier 2, Ca! Tech 0. NEW POINT OF VIEW Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, May 8, 1965 - Drop second game 6-3 Talbof snaps Angels LOS .ANGELES (UPI)-If, only the Los Angeles Angels | could figure out a way to beat Kansas City's Fred Talbot, Uiey might never lose a game to the cellar-dwelling A's. The Angels are tie:! with Minnesota for second place in the American League today. But tliey had a chance to be there all alone until Talbot snapped tlieir five-game winning streak by pitcliing and batting Kansas City to a 6-3 win in the second game of Friday night's doubleheader. Home runs by WilUe Smith | and Jim Fregosi and tight relief pitchmg by Bob Lee gave Los Angeles the first game, 5-4.! Dean Chance, who went 6 2-3 1 iimings, got his tliird win. It was Talbot Sunday who stopped Los Angeles, 9-5, after the Angels had won the first three games of a series in Kansas City. They had captured tlie first two of tlie current five-game set until he dropped them again last night. Tonight Angel manager Bill Rigney will send rookie left­ hander Marcclino Lopez (3-2) against Diego Segui (2-2). Talbot needed ninth inning reUef help from John Wyatt. who retired Jose Cardenal on a fly ball with two out and two on. Rookie Paul Schaal had started the late rally with his sixth homer of the season after two were out. On top of his pitching, Talbot fourth inning to wipe out an socked a three-nm triple in Uie eai-Iy 2-1 Angel lead. Jim Gentile helped him out with a pair of bases empty homers, his fiftli and sixth. Ron Piche, who started and lasted just four innings for the Angels, was tagged with the loss. Willie Smith tripled in the first ."^ngel run in the first inning, scored the second on a error and drove in three runs in the opener. Two of them came on his second homer of the year. That was off relief pitcher Jim Dickson in the fifth inning and gave Los Angeles a 5-2 lead. Put the A's chased Chance in the seventh when Dick Green homered and Campy Campa- neris doubM. Reliever George Brunei was promptly tagged for two singles and another run, but Bob Lee came on to shut the door. Lee lowered his earned run average to 1.35. Moe Drabowski (0-3) took llie loss. Lema gets hot, ClaY-Liston bouf moved LEWISTON, Maine (UPI) — Spring, 10 miles southwest of The Cassius Clay-Sonny Listen iLewiston. boxing road show was settingj When the bout is held, it will up its tents in this southern!be a rematch of the controver- Maine community today afterlsial bout in Miami on Feb. 25, being banned in Boston and] 1964, in which Listen faUed to leaving a grand jury threat in leave his corner for the seventh its wake. j round and Clay won the title on The backers who expect their TKO. May 25 heavyweight champion-! Clay was stripped of his title ship bout to produce a record-by the World Boxing Asso- S5 million gross, mostly from'Ciation when he first signed theater television, moved the "Hh Listen for what the WBA match 150 miles in a matter of|c°n'ended was an illegal re- hours Friday I match. Only the Massachusetts ..s-Uf 1 .S T£T °"r .ST"r "Sri 5,000 seats for the fight. ^^^^^ .^.^ Massachusetts Ticket prices for live-viewmg ;„ recognizing the winner's title of the once postponed bout shotigiajm up 300 per cent in the shift,! '. from a S50 top at Boston to a $150 peak in Lewiston. The sudden transfer of the fight only 18 days before its scheduled date came after the promoters backed as gracefully as possible from a court hearing designed to produce an injunction officially barring the bout from Boston. j S.A-N FRANCISCO (UPI)Clay, expected to remain at| The San Francisco Giants were his Chicopee, Mass. training minus one slugger today, but camp, said, "it doesn't matter were also about to gain a left- to me a bit where the fight is handed hurler. held. He's (Liston) the guy whoj They sadly announced that has to worry, not me." j Orlando Cepeda, their first Liston, unavailable for com-i baseman, had been placed on ment, was expected to shift his;the disabled list. Giants place Cepeda on over lead today FORTH WORTH (UPI) Champagne Tony Lema, the writers' choice for the S20,000 plum that goes to the Colonial National Invitation champion, may yet make sages of them if he can get another hot birdie streak going in today's third round. Lema, who hasn't been playing at all well since February wasn't in the lead spot when play started today, but he was among a quartet of veterans putting the head on co-leaders George Knudson and Bruce Crampton, who threaten to make this a British Commonwealth triumph. Knudson, the Canadian first- round leader who faded to a 3437—71 Friday, and Crampton, the stocky AustraUan, who shot a 33-35—68, shared the lead with onc-under-par I39s. Lema, who tied a string of three straight birides together starting with the 14th hole, said he "played very well Thursday and Friday — when you play hke this, you feel anything can happen." Lema shared the strategic runner-up position with a threesome made up of five-times champion Ben Hogan — playing excellent golf despite his 52 years, two times winner Julius Boros, and Gene Littler, who hasn't manufactured a victory in nearly three years. Crampton caught the faltering Knudson with three birdie putts of 8, 10 and 25 feet to offset a bogey brought on by a drive into the rought and a recovery into a trap at No. 17. Knudson had hopes of lengthening his lead when he dropped a 20-foot birdie putt at No. 6 to go three under for the tourney. But, fate caught up with him on the back side and he missed par putts of two feet and eight feet to get a pair of costly bogeys. Lema three-putted for a pair of bogeys on the front side, but on 14 he canned a 12-footer, at 15 a 15-footer and at 16 a 17- footer. He was terribly disappointed at 17 when a five-footer failed to drop and said he just missed a 20-footer at the final green. The top half dozen were not safe, however, with the field closely bunched behind them. Bo Wininger, Jay Hebert and Gardner Dickinson were at 141; Dave Marr, Bert Weaver, Doug Sanders, Jerry Edwards and Miller Barber at 142; and Frank Beard, Juan Rodriguez, Bob Goalby, Sara Snead, Bert Yancey, defending champion Billy Casper and Al Besselink at 143. Dodgers down Giants in 4-3 chiller SAN FRANCISCO (UFI) — You can forget that much-publicized clash that was slated to go on today between fireballers Don Drysdale of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Juan Marichal of the San Francisco Giants. After earlier rumblings thi'; week about how Marichal would "retaliate" against Drysdale if the latter ever threw close to Willie Mays again, it will be Ron Herbel (1-1) starting today against the mighty Drysdale (3-2). Manager Herman Franks of the Giants said Friday night that Marichal injured a groin muscle pitching in St. Louis and could use one more day of rest. So now Sunday's battle will feature Don Juan against 'he gifted Sandy Koufax. But umpire Bill JackowsUi still brought Franks and Dodger manager Walt Alston together at home plate Friday night and told them that any intentional close pitches would draw the ire of the league office. Just the Facts "We just explained the facts to them quietly," Jackowski said afterward. The Dodgers, now leading the National League by 2\2 games, won their fourth straight Friday night by downing the Giants, 4-3. A chilled crowd of 33,977 Candlestick Park captives watched Dick Tracewski break a 3-3 tie in the eighth inning with a single off relief pitcher Bill Henry. The line hig brought across pinch-runner Willie Crawford, who had taken over for John Roseboro after the latter greeted Henry with a single. Two Homers Claude Osteon, although banged for a pair of 400-foot homers by Mays, stuck around all night to pitch a six hitter and earn his third win of the season against two defeats. It marked the first loss of the season for Henry, a veteran left-handed reliever whom the Giants acquired from Cincinnati last Tuesday in exchange for the seldom-used Jim Duffalo. "This has to be my worst performance of the year," the straight-shooting Osteen said afterward. "I've done a lot better in the five other ones." Osteen, who first faced Candlestick's glacier breeze when he hurled here for Cincinnati five years ago, noted that the wind still is bad. "In a park like this, you have to go with the circumstances," he said. "From the fourth or fifth inning on, I pitched on the inside corner in order to adjust with the wind which would make the ball tail off." Osteen said that Mays's first home run came on a good low curve. "The second pitch he hit had nothing on it," Osteen said, "but that's what makes Willie a great hitter. He can belt the good one and bad one." Mays Gets Two Mays, who now has hit 10 home runs this year on 22 games, gave the Giants a 2-0 lead with bases empty shots in the second and fourth innings. They weren't enough. The Dodgers got to Jack Sanford ifor four singles and three runs jin the fifth inning to go ahead, 3-2. Then pinch-hitter Cap Peterson lifted the Giants back into a tie with a single off Osteen ;to score Jim Davenport in the seventh. Davenport, having a fine sprmg at shortstop after taking over for the slump-ridden Jose Pagan, had led off by doubling for his second hit of the night. Henry, the third Giant hurler to work, came in to start the eighth after Bob Bolin had gone out for a pinch-hitter. Highland Park Methodist Church in Dallas. Krebs was survived by his widow, Jane, and one daughter, Casey, 6, in additicwi to an unborn child. Krebs after retiring at the close of the 1963-64 season en- 'ered the banking business training camp from the Boston suburb of Dedham to Poland Rambo wants to play pro ball LONG BE.ACH, Calif. (UPD- John Rambo, who won an Olympic bronze medal in tlie high jump at Tokyo last year, said Friday he would ratJier make good m pro basketball than aim for a crack at the 1968 Olympics. Rambo of California State College at Long Beach was drafted by the St. Louis Hawks m Thursday's National Basketball Association college selection c Cepeda has never fully recovered from last December's knee operation. Doctors said that no further surgery "is necessary at this time," but also prescribed plenty of rest. Cepeda thus will not be available for league play until after 30 days. Meanwhile, Japanese lefty Masanori Murakami joined the Giants Friday night and spent most of pre-game practice running wind sprints. Manager Herman Franlcs said he would be added to the official roster whenever he is ready to pitch. That will give the Giants 27 men, not counting Cepeda, and they will have to cut down to 25 players by High school athletes sign intent letters SAN FR.'iNCISCO (UPI)Some 326 high school athletes have signed' letters of intent with Pacific Eight conference schools for next year, according to the league commissioner's office. Stanford's Indians appeared to have grabbed the lion's share by receiving commitments from 101 prep schoolers, far ahead of 37 for use, 27 for USCLA, 46 for Washmgton State, 20 for Oregon and 29 for Oregon State. Included in the Stanford corner were Olympic swimming champion Dick Roth of Ather ton, Calif, and California mile champion Mike Ryan of Santa Clara. Tlie commitments represented about 60 per cent of the bids sent out by Pac-Eight conference schools, according to con- DOUBLE-HEADER SATURDAY N!TE May 8 ORANGE SHOW SPEEDWAY San Bernardino Time Trials 6:30 p. m. 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