Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 12, 1965 · Page 15
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 15

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, May 12, 1965
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CBL victory No. 13 Terrier tennis team defeats Pacific, 8-1 Redlands high netters chalked up CBL win number 13 yesterday as they roared to an 8-1 •victory over visiting Pacific high. Coach Paul Womack's Ter- I 'ier tennis team meets Riverside Friday on the RHS courts at 3 p.m. Next Tuesday and Wednesday the RHS team will host the annual CBL net tournament. Redlands' Doug Verdieck is the defending champion and teammate Ron Bohrnstedt won the title two years ago. They are expected to meet in the singles finals this year. Redlands meets Pacific high today in another league match starting at 3 p.m. Singles — Bohrnstedt (R) det. Robin, 6-1, 6-3; Newcomer (R) def. Barbuto, 6-1, 6-0; Jimenez (R) def. Van Kirk, 6-2, 6-0; Hill (R) def. Rubenstein, 6-1, 6-3; Sperber (P) def. Capen, 10-8, 6-4. Doubles—Verdieck & Sheldon (R) def. Marcum & McDonald, 6-0, 6-0; Van Wieren & Griffitts (R) def. Drinville & Harmon, 6-3, 2-6, 6-4. Jayvee score: Redlands 8, Pacific 1. First time in three years Bill Berg hurls RJHS to victory over Cope A no-hit bid by pitcher Bill Berg failed but Redlands Junior high came up with a 9-2 baseball win over cross-town rival Cope Junior high yesterday. Berg, who twirled the entire game for the winning Wildcats, had his bid for a no-hitter ruined by Cope's Chris Hardy with two-out in the seventh and final inning. Hardy hit a shot down the left field line to score the two STANDINGS Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston Philadelphia San Fi'ancisco Milwaukee Chicago St. Louis New York Pittsburgh National League W. L. Pet. GB 17 8 .680 ... 15 9 .625 11-! 18 U .593 2 12 12 .500 4i .i 12 13 .480 5 10 11 .476 5 11 13 .458 5'i 11 13 .458 5'u 9 16 .360 8 9 16 .360 8 Tuesday's Results St. Louis 4 New York 3, night Cincinnati 9 Phila., 1, night Pittsburgh 4 Milwaukee 3, night Houston 2 Los Angeles 1, night San Fran. 3 Chicago 0, night Thursday's Games Chicago at San Francisco Houston at Los Angeles, night Cincinnati at Phila., night Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, night (Only games scheduled) American League W. L. Pet. GB Minnesota Chicago Los Angeles Cleveland Baltimore Detroit New York Boston Washington Kansas Cily 15 7 14 8 15 10 11 9 13 11 12 11 10 14 9 13 10 15 5 16 .682 .636 .600 .550 .542 .522 .417 .409 .400 .238 Cope runs. The next Golden Eagle batter, Jim Fulmer, turned a drag bunt into a single for the only two hits that Berg allowed during the contest. During the game. Berg walked six and struck out 10 to gain the victory, Redlands' first in three years over Cope. Coach Dave Farmer's RJH nine picked up two runs in the first inning, three in the third, one in the fourth and three in the fifth. Hitting for the Wildcats were Dick Bohrnstedt who went 2-for- 3 and Tim Smith who was also 2-for-3. Steve Miller, Tony Martinez, Pete Rezendes and Doug Wells all collected one hit each for Redlands. Pitching for coach Keith Mooney's Cope Eagle were Danny Villines, Randy Orwig who came in in the third and Chip Haighl who came in at the top of the sixth. Next Thursday the two teams will collide again at 3:30 p.m. on the Redlands high school diamond. Tuesday, Redlands JH meets Eisenhower at 3:30 on the Wildcats field. TERRIER NETTER — Rich Jimenez will be in action today and Friday for coach Paul Womack's Redlands High tennis team. Jimenez defeated Van Kirk of Pacific 6-2, 6-0 yesterday as the RHS squad scored an 8 -1 CBL win. (Facts photos by C. J. Kenison) Tuesday's Results New York 5 Boston 3. night Baltimore 3 Cleveland 1, 11 innings, night Detroit 7 Washington 6. night Minnesota 3 Los Angles 2, night (Only games scheduled) Thursday's Games Kansas City at Chicago Los Angeles at Minnesota, twilight New York at Boston, twilight Clevelajid at Baltimore, night Detroit at Washington, night Trout plants this week The Department of Fish and Game has scheduled the stocking of catchable-size rainbow trout this week in the following San Bernardino county lakes and streams: Lake Arrowhead. Big Bear Lake, Cucamonga Creek, Deep Creek (Bowen's Area), Green Valley Lake, Lake Gregory, Holcomb Creek, Little Bear Creek, Miller Canyon Creek, Rainbow Lake, Santa Ana River, Sauta Ana River (South Fork). GIBSON GETS AWARD NEW YORK (UPI)-The New York chapter of the Baseball Writers Association presented St. Louis pitcher Bob Gibson with the Babe Ruth Award Tuesday night as the outstanding player in the 1964 World Series when he won two games against the New York Yankees. FOREHAND — Redlands' Jim Sheldon smashes a forehand return. Sheldon teamed with Doug Verdieck to win their doubles match yesterday over Marcum and McDonald of Pacific 6-0, 6-0. Redlands Daily Facts Wed., May 12, 1965 - 15 Three 'slivers' removed from Jerry Kramer GREEN BAY, Wis. (UPD— The source of the trouble which has threatened Green Bay Packer guard Jerry Kramer's career may have been found- three large chunks of wood lodged in his body for nearly 12 years. The pieces of wood — doctors called them "slivers" — were removed from Kramer's groin last Friday, it was learned Tuesday. Kramer, a former National Football League all-pro choice, was resting comfortably at St. Vincent's Hospital here. Two of the pieces were 4 inches long and a half inch in diameter. The third was two inches long. They were cut out in a six and one-half hour operation which required four transfusions. "I've had a pain in that area from time to lime, but I never thought it bad enough to look into it." said. "Why. I had a wood factory in me and nobody knew it." INCREASING LEAD NEW YORK (UPD-Bob Farrington of Richwood, Ohio, the defending champion, is pulling away from Billy Haughton of Glen Head, N. Y.. in the race for the harness driving title. Farrington drove his 100th win-! ner of the season last week t0| increase his lead to 34 victories; over Haughton. i From Your '64 CHEVROLET IMPALA Like new, V-8 engine, automatic trans, C'^'V^^P factory air, tinted glass, whitewalls, «P J' # ^ radio and heater ff ^ '62 RAMBLER CLASSIC WAGON Loaded! 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