facts Pacific nine defeats RHS in extra innin A walk, a double lliat bounced | wiUi over tlie left fielder's head and, Ron a hot single that hit first base gave the Pacific High Pirates a 3-2 win over coach Joe DeMaggio's Redlands high base- ballers yesterday in Perris Hill park. After seven scoreless innings, the Terriers put two rans on the scoreboard in the top of the first extra stanza for what appeared to be the needed win nmg runs. Pacific then rallied for the win in the bottom of the eighth RHS goiters move up in race scoreless through seven innings while scattering tour hits before disaster struck. Garcia came up with the big blow for Redlands in the top of the eighth, a triple with two men aboard. First baseman Basil Lobaugh and centerfielder Les Cowen had both singled before Garcia unleashed his centerfield blast. The Terriers stranded nine men on base during the game. In the bottom of the fourth, Cowen came up with the catch of • a I (he game. Racing to his right flAlf p|*C I Cowen made a diving stab at IJVllUIJ i;j lune £ly and came up with m I tlie hall after roiling over. I Tomorrow, the Teri'iers lan- ,' s 'c witii the same team again, PDI r'^/'ft ''"^ '^""'^ ''''^ ^^'^ diamond vDL TqCC "''"i ''^"^ f''"'''- pilch slated for 3:30 p.m. Redlands high golfers turned! Re'Hands high Junior vaj-sity lost to Pacific 6-1 yesterday. Eddie Perez threw a four-hitter for the Pirate JV's. Redlands AB R. DoUin 1-1 2 Rsdiands Daily fasts Tuesday, May 11, 1965 -1 1 Donna recalls pinches * a dozen languages the three tallies. Gaj-cia held the SAFE SLIDE - Redlands high second baseman Harry Munoz slides safely into third base in the seventh inning during yesterday's game against Pacific high in Perris Hill Park. Pirate sacker Eddie Evans covers the bag. Redlands lost 3-2 in the eighth inning. (Facts photos by Tarn Irving.) NEW YORK (NEA)-It seems like only yesterday that swimmer Donna de Varona was a shaggy, 13-year-old world champion, .skinny as a piece of hemp and more interested in muscles than mascara. But now, wow! .^t 18. she has added 35 pounds in places where, when reporters ask her what kind of shape she's in, she says, "Look for yourself." In a swimsuit these days she does more blushing than backstroking. •'I remember inviting a boy I was dating to see one of our meets in California,'' says Donna. "First thing he mentioned were the suits we w'ere wearing. He wanted to know why we just didn't use spray paint. "Need I say we never dated again?" As a member of two Olympic DONNA DE VARONA "2 could write a book" club. But we are when other boys we know come to walch us perform in those suits; they're only slips. "I've been looking at the male swimmers and they've been looking at me since I was 13. But, really, you don't even think about anything else than conditioning and winning. "In the first place, there's hardly time. When you start swimming you're too young to care and by the time you're old enough you're retired and away from it all anyw-ay." Donna, a high school senior, quit this year as queen of the amateurs. She has more medals than a Russian colonel. She'd like to make as big a splash as a pro but there is one problem—no pool. "Professional swimming just ain't," she says, "so I hope to earn money off my name in the back powerful Pacific high 195197 yesterday over the Redlands Country Club course in a CBL league match. The win puts the Terriers, coached by Bob Hahn, into a Stcddum rf 1 tie for third place in the CBL Van Huin rf 1 behind Ramona and Riverside Ekcma p I) Poly which are tied for first.' Lopez ss Redlands and Pacific are now, Lobaugh lb 4 5-3. The Terriers meet Ramona j Cowan ct 4 today and tangle with RiversidejGHrcia p-rf 4 at 3 p.m. on Thursday. Both i Munoz 2l> 3 matches will be on the RCCj Ballard If 1 course. j Lockett If 2 Leading Redlands to the winicrowther 3b 3 was Brian Schwartz with a 35.jiMcCalI c 3 Dick Freeman carded a 36. Chris Arth and Greg Weaver both shot 41 and Jim Lauer had a 42 for the winning margin. "If we shoot the same way against Ramona and Riverside •we could end in a tie for first place," coach Hahn said. squads, the maturing mermaid; fun. I've dated at the Olympics [best way I can." Ironi Santa Clara admits she j and all we ever did was join! One way is the entertainment no longer embarrasses easily.) the other kids and go to a night j world. She has done some tele- "I've been pinched in a dozen I club or a beer hall—uh, I don'tj vision but, when questioned different Donna. languages,'' admits drink 1 stand myself, y o u under- "Look, what can you expect'.' It's the same at the Olympics as it would be anywhere you throw 6,000 people together, especially young people. "And, remember, the athletes are from many different countries and have many different ideas on things. 'I suppose I could write a book about some of the things I've observed or heard of (like Dawn Frascr did), but mostly I think the mixing is good clean Flaxen - haired, nondrinking about becoming the next Esther Williams, she giggles that before camera she looks more like Donna de Varona's boys goes back a long way. Two or three years at least. She interest in .Ted. "I've got to lose 20 pounds. 1 weigh 135 and that's too much could tell they were different! oven for 5 feet 6 of nie. It's because they only wore one-j mostly muscle. I look like Son- piece suits. "I mean, after all, swimsuits do leave very little for the imagination, you know," says Donna. "Most of the girls feel as I'and a do—that is, we're never embar-| "Oh ny Liston in some spots." Hardly. One swimsuit manufacturer already has contracted the long-legged lass to model. She poses in competition suits red face, well," she sighs, "it 's rassed around the fellows on the j better than spray paint." Boxer unconscious after knock out in ninth round Lechien wins at Fontana Dick Lechien of San Diego j came from behind to retain his- No. 3 spot in the National Fuel Dragster ratings, defeating Gary Gabelich of Long Beach in the final two rounds of their two out of three match race Saturday night at Fontana Dragway. In another best of three match. Doug Robinson of Pasadena in I the Horsepower Engineering' dragster defeated Dick Stahl of Culver City to keep his No. 7 title. Totals 30 Pacific AB Pitts ss 3 Dunn rf 4 R. Ogden 2b 3 Hooper cf 2 Evans 3b-p 3 Bailey lb 3 Bridges If 3 D. Ogdcn c 3 Green p 2 DcLaTui-re 3b 0 2 R. 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 PICK OFF — The Terrier duo of pitcher Ron Garcia and first baseman Basil Lobaugh continued their effective use of the pickoff play during the RHS vs. Pacific encounter yesterday. Lobaugh made the tag for the out in the opening inning. UR's Emmert wins SCIAC golf crown Totals . Redlands Pacific .. 26 3 000 000 02—2 .000 000 03—3 Fred Emmert of the Univer- 7 sity of Redlands fired a 7977—156 at the Annandale Coun- 0 Optimists name winners of boys pentattilon event Winners of the elementary school boys pentathlon meet, sponsored by the Optimist Club and held Saturday at the Redlands High school track, have try Club in Pasadena yesterday| ^^^^ announced. ley col jto win the SCI.^C golf champion; ship. First place winners in the five- Emmert is the first Bulldog to^vent competition were Jef Tid- ever win the conference crown. of ,„^niiley schoo n Playing in one of the next to !S,l =ss Willie Hayes, ,_Lmcoln ^ last foursomes, he stood at 71 tone; 6, Tony Chio, Lincoln; 7. James Gay, Lugonia: 240, Class B — 1. Willie Hayes, Lincoln; 2. Scott Russell, Smiley: 3. David Miller, Franklin; 4. Ed Fey, Kimberly: 5. Jerry Keith, McKinley; 6. Britt Forquer, Kingsbury; 7. Freddy Bauers, Mentone; 315. Class C — 1. David Wilkinson,; Banks 25 PHlL.iiDELPHIA lUPH —' Heavyweight boxer Lucian Banks of Detroit, knocked out in a bout here Monday, remained unconscious and in critical condition today after an emergency operation. Banks, 24. was nished unconscious to Presbyterian Hospital after he was knocked out by Leolis Martin, of Philadelphia, in the ninth roimd of the 10- roimd heavyweight bout at the -Arena. The hospital said Banks underwent an l'-.i hour opera- ness for a lime and answered questions from the physicians. Dr. Ayella said Banks was suffering from a "severe cerebral concussion" and that he sti-uck his head on the canvas when he was knocked out by Martin. Banks had a 20-6 record going into the bout with Martin, 14-1, and had staggered his opponent wth a vicious riglit in the nmth. But Martin clinched steadily and then rallied with a flurry a smash- Thornton to meet Cotton SE.ATTLE (UPD- Wayne Thornton, top ranked contender m the light-heavyweight division by the World Boxing Association, tangles with Eddie Cotton of Seattle once again here tonight in a scheduled 12- rounder. Thoraton, of Fresno, Calif., holds two victories over the 38- year-old Seattle fighter having won on a split decision in New York and on a Iko here in December when the fight was stopped after nine rounds due to a cut over Cotton's eye. Precious Glass Ancient Egyptians considered after his tec shot on the 18th hole when a bit of bad luck hit. Playing safely, Emmert hit an iron for his second shot. The iball hit a tree and shot 40 yards tion eai-lv to<lay during which, , >, l rt' su='- ^:^;iimsSlhars ^"Lks to thelglass equally valuable with gem- bdid the boxer sutteuj "''""i canvas with one second left in'stones and precious metals be- btem aama»e. ^.^^^^^ , ^.^^^^^ ^ ^^.^^ ^.^ jiffj ^yn g^^, Martin. 182 pounds. spottcn| p^^-^^.^ l^aj ^i^^^. ring'pensive to make and colored . , . pounds in the bouL^Qf Martin's well wishers after! glass often was combined with ci «s Iveith Hicks, Smi-iThe 24-year-old Martin Is a fur- .h^, [jghi as Dr. AyeUa worked gold and gems in making jewel- Class B. David Wilkinson, Mc-!'''!'' 2. Jesiis Jurado. Lugonia; jmer Toledo. Ohio, resident. \^^^^, Banks. ;ry. Kinley, Class C; and Billy Lantz, "I, Bernie Brown. Lmcoln; 5. Banks had Martin slaggcrmg; Danny Schwinck, tranklin: 6.. in the beginnum n[ the ninth; Keith Brown. Kingsbury; 7. Don round but then was knocked! Crafton, Class D. The youngsters cometed in thci;^-(:j:;^"'^','aiion; 8. Pal Casey, out. high .jump, long .iump baseball, ^jgnionc- g Greg Stevens, Kim-; u,. ^i;,.ed .\yclla '^tate ath- - - , - I throw- for distance and two dif-ibedy; 301. ilelic'commis.sion physician. ad- Top eliminator went to Nando Santa .Ana odscd Fullcrton 775-^ off 'he fairway and out of. ferent dashes , Class D - 1. Billy Lantz,; ^jnisiered treatment to Banks Hasse of Upland, who upset the -jgg f,„. (hp Eastern Conference bounds for a two-stroke penalty.| Optimist cub .mdges J m crafton; 2. John Neely. Smiley-.ji arena and the boxer was with Mike ,|f championship vcsterday afHe ended takmg a seven on the;Eselm. Don Gilford, Bud Cline,. m ^,.,, Collins, iMcKinloy; 4. q ,;,^ rushed to the hospital. "Surfers" dragster Sorokin in; SIGN FREE AGENT of Santa Monica driv- f,;: Sorra 'nos 'counlry Club in final hole but still __'Chino. San Bernardino Valley, victory. j College Indians finished sixth in I Bill Tish of Pomona College, the tourney. Pirrr iOFF PTiii Mrpii r,--,,,^ Russell Ilacklcr has taken T>„-., H .m„ o^"' 3s coach of the team in Campbell of Claremonl Harvey ^dU battle veteran No rn'^'^ ^"''^ '-"^ ""^ ' °°"'='-' Sead. tck to,c"a ™on an"^ ^^1-'"" ' King Hill for the Phnadel ,.,iaLj;^- <Sf Vhfl who w-as already in, ended in second place with a 157. Robert mate Jessie Clark had a 160. Other Redlands team scores gained the: and Dick Milliman assisted rec-, ^g^.^g cordmer, Kimberly; 5.| yier the knockout. Banks lav reation offjcials Lowell Basset.,; Rici^y Repp. Mentone; 6. Johnj^.^ccnscious in the ring lor 15 Larry Dobbs, Manuel Espinosa.;yepulvcda. Lugonia; 7. Walter „,jnuies while Ayella and Dr. Amos Isaac, Ed Losee. Don Montgomery, Alan Vail and Buzz Wagner in staging the meet. The winners were as follows. The class is listed first, followed by the contestant and their schools. The winning numer of Eagle startmg quarterback roleij;^ ^ '^n^ jin, ^icks plav for! were Jim McKeehan, 78-84-162.! pomts is listed last in the 1965 National Foot- ,^ j^i^^ ^g^,^ GgncUi shot a Bob Campbell, 90-81-171 a n d Class A - 1. Jef Tidwell. ball League season. ! 87 74--16T Mike Long was 80- Mike Harvey, 84-86-170. The Smiley; 2. Bill Bloom.ngdale, The 6-foot-l. 185 - pound Dc-, g.,_ig.,. 3^,.^ Jones 92-81-163; four UR scores gave the Bull- McKinley; 3. Kevin Forquer, „.„,u c cianfiniii nf thp Indi-1 ",,"",_„„ ,,.0. r:... Tj:„i-^ iHnni; cnnptipH hv I.op Fulmer. Kinssburv; 4. David Bornstedt, Rogers, Lincoln; 8. Steve Mercer, Franklin; 356. Smith hurls three hitter for RJHS win WUbur H. Strickland worked on; him. He was then carried on a stretcher to the dressing room where he regained conscious- Summer Leagues Now Forming Mixed Fours Handicap — Trios Spots Now Available for Full Teams or Individuals Ml Sumer Wig /if Leoques Bowl at 8 P.H. Housew'im leagues at 9;30 LM. Phone 793-2525 for League and Open Bowling Information Empire Bowl ^'.SS The e-foot-l. 183 - pound Dc- g2_jg2. Butch Jones 92-81—163;! four UR scores gave the Bull-i McKinley; 3, Kevin Forquer,, vault, a sianciout ot ttie moi-] pini Leake 89-79-168; Jim Hicksidogs, coached by Lee Fulmer,! Kingsbury; 4. David Bornstedt,! With three-hit pitching by Tim TJ !,„i I '.M, " JI p,„i^'^"A7 „nT ''''-''-'-'3-"3; Bruce Cary 92-84-: third in the unofficial t e a mi Franklin; 5. Greg Hearth, Men-'Smith, the Redlands Junior High as a free a-ent ° " : , , ' T"'"' M^'if '"1 ' ' Wildcats rolled to an 11-3 base- as d II tL d^i.ni. < Team scores were: Santa Ana Claremonl Harvey Mudd second • 775, Fullerton 789, Chaffey 811. in the tourney. OK FOOTBALL CLUB .Mt. Sac 813; Orange Coast 821;' The UR swingers close out the NEW YORK (UPll — Min-^B^'-' ^^7; Riverside 848; Citrus season Friday when they tangle hattan College will field a fo'ol- 302. : \yith Occidental at 1:30 p.m. on ball team on a club basis next Redlands Country fall as the result of a student OPTION GIBSON council decision granting form- l.\DI.A.\APOLIS (Ul'l) —ThC; al recognition lo the Jasper t'liicapo While Sox. deep Football Club. pilciiing talenl. have • the Redlands I course. Club Fresno downs San Diego State 7-1 in oplinn'.'d The club, which was financed righthander .loc Gibson to I h c by a total ol 1800 undcrgiadu- Indianapolis Indians oi the aies. will he treated as an ox- cilic Coast League. tracurricular organization. Ten-- Gib.son, who - , „.,r,„ lative dates have been set tor: seven with Litlle Rock of the jto keep the hive cool and warm- games next October with simi-lpCL hist year, will join Indi-lmg the queen bees quarters S.AN DIEGO (UPl) —Fresno State, aided by a fifth-inning ,home run by Woody Smith, their own;downed San Diego State 7 - 1 . theUlondav in a California Collegi-: smgle hits were ' stedt, Mike Kclley, Bob Sal- Now You Know By United Press International Certain bees have Pa- air conditioning system in , . isunimer and heating .systems injate Athletic Association baseball won 10 and lost Uhe winter: Fanning Iheir wings game. , • • , • • Smith hit for the circuit—also collecting a triple, double and ball win over Norco yesterday. Smith struck out three and only gave up six walks for the victory. In addition to his mound; chores. Smith was one ot thej leading batters going 3-for.4 in-j eluding a triple. Pete Rezcndes was also 3-ior-4. Wildcat players ail collecting' Dick Eohrn-' lar clubs at lona College Fairfield University. and ,ina polls days. within the next few | with their own bodies, accord; to Encyclopedia International. smglc and driving I three runs. a total of Signs autographs with left Clip-on bow fies now for Casey dana, Doug Wells and Bill Berg. The RJH nine meets Cope today on the RJH diamond. By MILTON RICHMAN Iwith the accident which oc-jhappened, that's all." iBraves m 194. and spent two UP Sports WHter ' curred shortlv before the MetsI The Mets promptly announced | months ma hospital. NEW YORrcUPn-l There took on ArmV's baseball team|Stengel had no intention of| Casey still bears marks from wa's ^rcra ^k'in 'cTs 'e'y Stengel's in their annual exhibition ^^^^l^^^^^Z ^i ^l ^^S '^e^,"^?. said, "my leg is none at all in his| Monday. "I had two pairs of shoes brought up here." explained wTist but voice. This was only an hour or so after he had fractured a bone in his right wrist at West Point and although the pain was bothering him he spoke right up so as to get a few things clear. "It's nothing," he said first off. "I autograph with my left the 74-year-old Met manager. "One had spikes and the other didn't. I pulled out the pair that had the spikes on. If I wore the other pair, it wouldn't have happened." One Of Those Things uu. i o^.v,^.-^ , - Stengel had just left (he hand and I don't have to hit; gymnasium where he and the what's thelMels had dressed and was!night. (walking lo a special bus which' "Waa-a-a-I, because managers never go on that list anyway. "I don't know about that,'' Casey said, leaving the impression he didn't thmk it was much of a joke. There also was an announcement to the effect that Stengel expected to be back in the dugout when the Mets played the St. Louis Cardinals Tuesday "World's Greatest Single Sportini Event!" -Wilson Sprtna^r. Hearst Newspaper Headline Service r~ MONDAY MEMORIAL DAY to the infield, problem'? he said, think"that would "Oh""yes, tying my tie in the!was to" transport the team tojing it over, morning" he added, suddenly;the playing field, only a few;easy enough for me to do. remembering the doctor had;hundred yards away. w;hen he told him his wrist would have| tripped on a sinall mcU^ne and to remain in a cast for six to" " eight weeks. "No trouble there, either. I'll get myself some of those trick bow ties, the ones you just clip on and don't have to tie." In a way, a wong guess on fell heavily on his right wrist. "I couldn't have been treated better if it happened in my own house," said Casey. "The service was 100 per cent. 1 can't kick one bit. They did everything for me they could. Casey's part had a lot to doilt wasn't anybody's fault. Just "Look at me now, I'm walking and I don't need any help, so I guess managing wouldn't be that much of a problem, either." The accident was the second major one of Casey's managerial career. He suffered a broken leg -when struck by a car in Boston while managing the my still all stoved up for that one." Stengel couldn't recall, however, if he ever broke his wrist before durmg bis playing days. "I had so many things happen to me when 1 was playing, but I never paid much attention to them," he said. During his playing days, Stengel was as famed for his fine fielding as for his timely .„ hitting. He never got his feet be i tangled in the outfield. Nor did he ever have that trouble as a manager before Monday. Some managers wear rubber- soled shoes in tb.e dugout. Not Casey, though. He likes to do things right. He didn't say whether he intends to continue wearing spikes. The question, as a matter of fact, didn't come up. -ON THE CLOSED-CIRCUIT TV SCREEN WIN Al\l OLDSMOBILE 4-4-2 Four 4-4-2 grand prizes! Plus 442 transistor radios! You don't have to play golf to win. 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