Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 15, 1965 · Page 6
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Redlands, California
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6-Saturday, May 15, 1965 Redlands Dai7y Facts m Ann Landers answers your problems / Dear Ann Landei-s: My daugh-ally people who yell out at oth- tcr is 17, and very beautiful. I grs are unhappy with them- I m not saying this just because:^„,„„ T, .. I'm her mother. Others have^*^'""'said it. Penny has been going steady with a fine young fellow who wants to be a doctor. Kennetli is 18, extremely handsome, well- mannered, conies from a wonderful family and he's just the kind of person I would like Penny to marry. He is so much like a boy I had a crush on in nerves are not in very good shape and the least little thing corks them off. Why don't you kids start tomorrow to be especially nice to your dad'.' I'll bet his disposition improves and that he yells less. Dear .Ann Landers: You havei high school it's almost as it I printed rules for S"iii-chewers. had turned the clock back 30 cigar smokers and drinkers, years. Now will you say something This morning Penny told me about characters who drop in, she and Kenneth agreed to uninvited and unexpected'.' break up because they were get- Do you suppose it is a coin- ting too serious. When she no- cidence that the people 1 would liced the tears I pretended toUike very much to see NEVER. T i • •, have something in my eve. rdrop in on me. Only the bores, j"'."f^Barber, Jackie Cupit didn't want Penny to know liowi Please say something frank and Dick Lytle held down third 'to the point on this subject. - P'^t^^ with 137s, along with rR.APPED TOO OFTEN " '-• - •• - Jack Nicklaus heads third in New Orleans Open NEW ORLEANS (UPH — In case anyone had begun to worry that success might spoil Jack Nicklaus, he can forget it. He can also find big Jack at the top of the heap of the $100,000 New Orleans Open golf tournament going into today's third round. Nicklaus shed himself of two hangers-on Thursday and fired a three-under-par 69 to take a two-stroke lead at the halfway point. His 36-hole total is a cool 134, 10 strokes under regulation. Tied for the second spot was a foursome of Bill Martindale, Honiero Blancas, Tom Carmichael and Ray Floyd. Martindale had shared the first round lead with Nicklaus and Gene Littler by firing a course record-breaking 65, but had to settle for a one-under-par round of 71 Friday. Littler, meanwhile, turned in a 73 and fell into a tie for fourth place at 138. Bob McAUesler, Bruce Dev- upset I was. If Kenneth and Penny don't get back together I will be brokenhearted. She will never meet a boy as fine and attractive as' Kenneth. It worries me that '^^'^ because it is a ream taking this so hard. Is it """rmg problem and a bother- wrong to want the best for one's>°"i'= '° '^"^^ People. Dear Trapped: I've said plen- ; ty on this subject—and I mtend daughter? -LOWER THAN LOW Dear Lov-er Than: more than "Wanting the best for your daughter. The past is revisiting you. Mother, and you are attempting to relive your girlhood days. If you can't disassociate yourself from Penny's social life, 1 suggest that you get pi-ofessional help. It may surprise you to learn that not everybody feels as you . land 1 do about dropper-inners. This >s i \y[,gj,ever I print a letter knock' ing the practice, dozens of folks write in to say they love unexpected company. It flatters them that someone thought to drop in. I say the pleasure is all theirs. Too many starry-eyed lovers do not know the difference. Do ^ , , , _ , you'.' Send for .-^NN LANDERS' ^ l\ A ^ ^"^ booklet, -Before You Marry-Is girl, 16, and don t know where! „ ir,„» n,- <:„v9" on„i„.;„« else to go with this problem. so, like many others, I am turn- uig to you. There are three kids in our family. I am the oldest. My brother is 15 and my sisters aro twins, age 13. When Dad's business isn't It Love Or Sex?", enclosing with your request 20 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed, stemped envelope. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of Redlands Daily Facts, P.O. Box 191, enclosing a stamped, self- George Knudson who captured the second spot in the Colonial Invitation at Fort Worth earlier this week. Patterson stops Herring in third round good (which is like most of theiaddressed envelope. Copyriglit 1965, PubUshers Newspaper Syndicate. time) he yells at us kids and criticizes everything we do. II is hard to beheve that he was ever young. To listen to him he never made a mistake in his whole life. Please don't suggest that Mom talk to him for us. She can't even talk to him for herself. He yells at her, too. 1 think she is scared of him like we are. What! ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPD—The ran we do to keep our dad from;age of the melal airplane is Metal planes best for Africa ruining our childhood?— YELLED AT FOUR coming to missionaries in the wilds of .Africa, and none too soon. Dear Yelled at Four: You rj The fathers, ex childhood IS just about behind j pressing thanks for a light .vou. It's time you started to:plane to be presented to Uiem thmk in terms of your adult-, by a private group here, said STOCKHOLM (UPI) - Floyd Patterson, one step closer in his dream of regaining the world heavyweight title he has owned twice, can only wait now. W h e t h er Patterson, who stopped Tod Herring of Hons ton, Tex., in 40 seconds of the I third round Friday night, gets another shot at the title depends on who wms in Lev.'iston, Maine, May 25. On that night Sonny Listen tries to wm back the crown from Cassius Clay. If Clay re tains it, Patterson has a good chance at a title shot. If Listen wins it back, Floyd, the only man to regain tlie heavyweight crown, can forget about a third time. Patterson lost two one- round title fights to Lislon and has no desire to face Liston again. Patterson, w h o probably would have lost a shot at the title if Herring had beaten him. collected 535,000 and Herring took home about 810,000. Patterson has now won 45 bouts and lost four. hood—and part of adulthood is understanding. the plane's metal skin should discourage wild animals w h o You aren't going to changclhave persistently gnawed tlieir your dad's disposition, so try to old fabric - skinned plane to figure out why he yells. Usu- taste the lacquer. This and That Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS ,S ^renla!s J Madison or 6 Glutted Monroe 7 Musical syllable 6 Oklalioma S .Atmosphere 21 Legislative t)Ody (comb, form) 12 Interstice fl Waver 14 Bed canopy lo ••Lily maid of 15 Tootli incrusfatioa 16 Brazilian macaw ITCnntcnd ]0 Melal 20 Obtain 21 Conjunction 22 Manner s dircclioa 2." Consi;:a 26 Remove rind from friuL 23 Canadian province (ab.) 2n Prohibit oO Distress sienal 31 ScntUsh alder ' tree 32 Bruslle 34Shrili cry S7Japanese oulca.^t 33 College chrcr 30 Stur,2con eg,;;s 'I J Arrival tab.) 42 Poem 43 Medina tribesman 4-t Spanis^h lady 47-Acquires knowledge 50 Seesaw .•it Kmbellished .•12 Horse's gail (pi.) o3 Pauses ro\VM 1 Scoffer 2 Handled 3 Wrestler's cushion 4 Summer (FT.) A,stolat" 3 mate red deer 3.1,Sea flyer .18 Indiana cab.) 24 Greatest quantil.v 23\Vild o.x of Celebes Pi 1 E E D EIN & PgifSIISlf?!!?! E 1_ 1 AD S E ID GIA R. L.I 1 E G A & T 1 IN G &|A N M ^- o D E N E T •i - T A N i7 A SH-.^' W I N & S W EWcj • A E S D F A [gl ' 13 N A P X T I N Y - j£ O 15 N o N E & lg T 1 A 1 N C IMl 1 lo B E T U N 1_ A TOR E & A N A E R S elslT E S 1_ E & ,'>2 Thoroughfare Wage ;54 Sorrowful 2S "I'oung salmon 35 Biblical 27 Feminine niounlairi appellation 36 Saddle horses 29 Unmarried male 37 Direction 3S Rellou,'! 40 v:sscntial being 4o Siouan Indian ivari 46 l\ot bv exposure 4R Before 41) Kcply lab.) STANDINGS National League W. L. Pet. GB 19 9 .679 15 11 16 14 14 13 12 12 .593 2'/; .,533 4 .519 4Vi .500 5 .500 5 13 14 .481 5'.j 12 14 .462 6 Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston Philadelphia Milwaukee San Francisco 14 14 Chicago St. Louis New York 11 16 .407 TVi Pittsburgh 9 19 .321 10 Friday's Results New York 3 Cincuinati 3, night St. Louis 8 Pittsburgh 7, night Philadelphia 5 Milwaukee 2, n Chicago 2 Los Angeles 1, night fSan Francisco 2 Houston 1, n Sunday's Games Cincinnati at New York, 2 Chicago at Los Angeles, 2 iMilwaukee at Philadelphia Houston at San Francisco, 2 St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 2 American League W. L. Pet. G3 IS 8 .692 ... 17 S .680 15 11 .577 3 16 12 ..571 3 15 12 .556 31 -i; 12 11 .522 4': 11 14 .440 6' 2 11 16 .407 7', 10 IS .357 9 5 20 .200 12 Chicago Minnesota Detroit Los Angeles Baltimore Cleveland Boston New York Washington Kansas City Friday's Results Del. 12 Bos. S, 10 ins, night New York 9 Balti. 3. night Cleveland 2 Wash. 1, night Chicago 2 Los .^ng. 1, night Muinesota 3 Kan. City 3, night Sunday's Games Minnesota at Kan. City, 2 Los Angeles at Cliicago, 2 Cleveland at Washington, 2 New Y'ork at Baltimore Detroit at Boston, 2 CBL CHAMPIONS — Coach Paul Womack's Redlands High Terriers won the league tennis title for the sixth straight year this season. The RHS netters are 15-0 completing a perfect CBL year. In the past three years the Terrier team has won 97 matches while losing only three in the CBL. Team members are. front row (l-r) Doug Verdieck, Chris Hill, Ron Bohrnstedt, Steve Newcomer, Rich Jimenez and Jim Sheldon. Rear row (l-r) Don Griffiths, Bart Ghormley, Scott Capen, Bill Goldie, Jack Van Wieren and Dick McHenry. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Terriers undefeated CBL tennis champions CBL Champions. With a 9-01 lands Doug Verdieck is the dew i n over visiting Riverside Poly yesterday, Redlands high Tennis team completed a perfect season with 15 wins against no losses to win the league net title for the si.\th straight year. Coach Paul Womack's Terrier netters will be hosts for the annual CBL tournament on Tuesday and Wednesday. All six of the league schools will have entries in the tournament. Red- fending singles champion while teammate Ron Bohi-nstedt was runner-up last year. Starting ne.xt Friday the Terriers will be entered in the California Interscholastic Federation large school playoffs as the league champions. Results yesterday: Poly (0) At Redlands (9) Singles — Bohrnstedt (R) def. Quillen, 6-2, 6-1; Newcomer (R) def. Campbell, 6-1, 7-5; Hill (R) def. Anderson, 6-4, 6-0; Griffitts (R) def. Lee Davis, 6-2, 1-6, 8-6; Van Wieren (R) def. Lynn Davis, 6-2, 6-2. Doubles — Jimenez & Sheldon (R) def. Rible & Young, 6-2, 6-0; McHenry & Ghormley def. Weinchak & Johnson, 6-0, 7-5. Junior varsity score: Redlands 9, Poly 0. Lindgren breaks 2 -mi7e record in Coliseum The Coliseum Relays, once a bright star in the track and field firmament, was at a low ebb today after having attempted to operate Friday night with only college performers. The third smallest crow'd in the 25-year history of the relays, a sparse gathering of 18,451, saw only two meet records fall and one equaled. In past years before the college feud with the A.\lj. international stars made the relays a major goal. One of the few highlight performances came from Gerry Lindgren, Washington State freshman distance star who ran the two miles in 8:38.9 for a meet record. He also broke his own national frosh mark of 8:40.1. The other relay record was set by Randy IMatson of Texas A and M, the world's greatest shot putter. The crowd had hoped Matson might again surpass the 70-foot barrier as he did for the first time a week ago with a throw of 70 feet, 7 inches. Matson bettered the accepted Dallas Long record of 67-10 by j course. an inch, the fifth time he hasj The victory gives the Bulldogs beaten that standard. And hisia 6-4 season record which puts discus throw of 186 feel, 5' 2, the UR team in third place in formances were those of IHis Williams, Arizona State, in the 440-yard dash with a clocking of :46.6: New Mexico's 440-yard relay mark of :40.5: and the 1:48.7 winning time by Mike Gibeau of San Jose State, fast- e.-^l in the nation this year but well below the relays record. In.juries and defections also cut into the record performances. Texas Southern's team failed to arrive. Southern University was a late scratch and various ills kept John Camien of Emporia State out of the mile. New Mexico's Clarence Robinson also had to pass the long and triple .iump. Bulldog golfers blast Oxy 50-4 on RCC course Coach Lee Fulmcr's University of Redlands golfers blasted Occidental 50-4 yesterday to wind up the SCIAC season over Football helmef guards may be more harmful CHICAGO (UPI) — New football helmets with fancy face guards may do more harm than good, a medical study said today. "Transient obstruction of vision by the face guard may well interfere not only with forward pass reception but also In an article in the journal ^ ^^i^'' ''L"?'^'^'"., .'^sckler of the American Medical Association, two University of Michigan medical center physicians Starting times for mixed foursome golf Starting limes for the annual mixed foursome golf tournament at Redlands Country club Sunday are: 9:52 — Betty Hooper — Jim Dunn, Phyllis Hobart — Dave Rogers. 10—Tommye Howard —! Jack Washburn, Babe Dunbar- Austin Welch. 10:08 — Delphine Blumenberg—Mary Scott, Dorothy Zeiner—Earl Bandy. 10:16—Alpha Barnes — Fritz Zeiner, Alice Johnson -Ken Sherman. 10:24—Phylhs Washburn—William Nance, Ann Fairbanks—Lewis McKee. 10:32 — Virginia Hart — Fred Howard. Edna McKee—Percy Domfeld. 10:40—EveljTi Haycock — Don Miller, Kookie Rogers — Frank Barnes. 10:48—Jean Geelan — Madison Finlay, Ruth Welch — James Lauer. 10:56—Pat Miller —Howard Seiver, Maxine Bandy —John Peterson. 11:04 — Luralyn Schindler— Garn Haycock, Audrey Finch- Marshall Hobart. 11:12 — Helen Dunn—Ed Schindler, Melba Win. cher — Vernon Crear. 11:20 — the Redlands Country C 1 u b, Marianne Finlay—John Blumenberg, Valeta Domfeld—.Al Win- inches won but was 15 feet under his national collegiate mark. final league standings. Jim Eliassen shot a 72 to spark the Bullpup frosh to a 24-0 The Villanova University twn-Kictory. The UR freshman were mile relay team composed of Al,defeated during the season. Adams, ec|ualled the cxistin world record of 7:19.0 but failed .0 match Oklahoma State's pending mark of 7:18.4. .Among the creditable Redlands cards: Fred Emmert 71. Bob Campbell 72, Jim McKeehan 73. Rick Schreibcr 75. John Curtis 77, Mike Harvey per-1 IS SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox A ivann and gracious atmosphere,., devoted personal attention... and complete service tlwughtfully priced to fit individual F.ARTHUR CORTNER Circumstances 221 BROOKSIDE AVL • PY Z-Mll «IKS V W«. "it. TUlsi TOM. Wf. "If they keep running so many commercials, i don't know what Vm going to do about George's, weigiit!** Cher. 11:28—Fran Seiver—Frank Genetti. Joan Crear — Stan Fair- hanks. 11:35 — Mary Smith — George Geclan, Flo Genetli — By John.^on. 11:44—Lois Lauer — Howard Dunbar. Dusty Scotl — Dan Smith. Helen .Nancy — Warren Hooper. ' more frequently than is realized," the article said. "k potential blocker or fack- said the new helmets do a '^^i" approaching low and from good job of protecting the play- 'he side might be hidden tran- er but reduce his vision so siently.sand the wearer of this much he might not see a helmet might be hit without charging blocker or tackier, learning." The doctors, reporting on a study of six helmet and face guard designs, said a vertical bar down the middle of the face was effective when combined with lateral bars attached to the helmet at the jawline. They cautioned, however, against the midline vertical bar for players whose vision is bel­ ter in one e,ye than another. The authors, Drs. Richard C. Schneider and Bartley E. An- linc, said old-fashioned helmets with a single face bar provide the best vision but the least protection. New models with external padding and a firm plastic attachment at cheek level give the best protection but the poorest vision, they said. Kathy Cornelius carries 3-stroke lead in Oklahoma Chicago girl wins bowling PORTLAND. Ore. (UPD- Betty Kuczynski, a 25-year-oId 105-pounder from Oiicago, today reigned as winner of the fifth annual Queens Bowling Tournament. Miss Kuczynski won the sin-, gle most coveted tournev title! "°y oest round of the year," m woman's bowling, Friday|P"t her three strokes ahead of MUSKOGEE, Okla. (UPI) — Kathy Cornelius, who has expenses most others on the Ladies Professional Golf As.^ocia- tion tour don't have, carried a three - stroke lead into today's second round of the 59,500 Mus- Kogce Civitan Open. "I don't think my husband will mind a collect call tonight," Mrs. Cornelius said after tying the Mu.skogec County Club course recorti for women Friday with a 2-under-par 6S. Her husband. Bill Cornelius, pro at the Bancho Santa Fe Golf Club in California, probably didn't mind at all. Mrs. Cornelius, one of the few married women on the lour, has played professional golf for 12 years but can recall few rounds in which she played better. Mrs. Cornelius' performance. night in a match with Laverne Carter of St. Louis. 772-739. She defeated IHrs. Carter S03-79S carher for the la Iter's first defeat in the double-elimination tournamenl. The week-long tourney was held in conjunction with the 48th annual Woman's International Bowling Congress championships. .>ichcdulefl lo end a 42-day run Wednesday. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 second - place Sue Maxwell of Tulsa. 1964 rookie of the year who carded a 71. Miss M a x well's 32 on the final half was the best nine - hole score of the day. In a four-way tie al 73 were Sandra JlcClinton of Segeuin, Tex.: Sybil Griffin of BojTiton Beach, Fla.; Judy Kimball of Dallas and Mary Mills of Ocean Springs, Miss. Pre - tournament co-favorits I Mickey Wright of Dallas, win- j ner of the past two Muskogee ; tournaments, was next al 74. Johnson one of favorites at Hayward meet H.WVARD, Calif. (UPI)Nevada's Otis Burrell, one of the few men in the world to high jump 7 feet, leads 170 athletes into today's NCAA District Eight College division track and field championships. Burrell is no cinch in the high jump, however, since John Rambo of Long Beach State and Frank Nordy of San Fernando Valley have both cleared 6-10 this year and Rambo, an Olympic high-jumper, hit 7 feet last year. Burrell's 14.2 clocking in the high hurdles also makes him the slight favorite in that evenl. Winners of the 20 events qualify for spots in the NCAA college division meet slated for Long Beach State June 11-12. Other favorites include Nevada's Alex Dames, who has tossed the discus 172 feet, and Lee Johnson of Redlands, a 61- foot shotputter. Calvin King of host Hayward Stae won thej Far Western Conference track j meet last week with a 47.6 clocking in the 440. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Get Cash Buyers On The Line With FACTS Classified Ads Other folks want the good things you don't use any more . .. and they'll pay you cashi Just make a list of the things you want to sell, then dial 793-3221 today for the friendly Ad Writer who'll start your ad on its way to your cash buyers. Redlands Doily Facts Classified Ads Phone 793-3221

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