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I'LL HAVE TO E>(PLAIM THE DlFFEREi-kre BY KeviEWir*3 ARISTOTLE'S ETHICS 'WITH HIIA-' Redlands Daily Facts 12-Wed., May 19,1965 Pete Beauregard wins swimming award at VC Peter Beauregard, former Redlands high swimmer, was named the outstanding sophomore swimmer on coach Gene Hatfield's San Bernardino Valley College tank team last night at the annual SBVC spring sports banquet. Track and football star Robert Howard was honored as the outstanding athlete and shared the most valuable track award with Walter Brown. Gene Carson forumer RHS runner, won the sportsmanship award. Josh Carter, the Eastern Conference batting champion, was most valuable in baseball and Dennis DeLange the most im proved. Joe Atchison won the Ken Hubbg Memorial as the number one intramural athlete. The late Hubbs,'former second baseman for the Chicago Cubs, competed in intramurals at SBVC after turning pro. The outstanding Freshman swimming awards went to two divers. Ken Boyd and Joe Schreiner. Mike Parker, another former RHS swimmer, was also honored. Coach Hatfield presented letters to his team which ended the season with an 11-8 record, the Indians best season in tliree years. Frank Genetti, former RHS golfer, received the most outstanding golf award from coach Dr. Russell Hackler, James Hicks and Phil Leake, ti.vo other former Terriers, received letters. Coach Bill Hoyt gave letters to five former RHS performers who were members of his Indian track and field team. Gene Carson, Dennis Gidcumb, Marty Latimer, Richard Orton and Glen Van de Burgt all received awards. Additional Sports Sports on Page 17 At Indianapolis Big tire crisis now appears to be solved INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)—Hires were being rushed here The big tire crisis appeared! from Akron, Ohio. over today for pole-sitter A. J. Foyt and seven other drivers "Ail cars qualified on Goodyear tires will be in the race," - — —tiiw will UC lU UiC IdCC, qho- qualified for the May SlJLoulan said. In all, eight of the [500-mile auto race on Goodyeariai cars which qualified on the tires. J. A. Loulan, manager of Goodyear's racing tire development program, said Tuesday that "problems" which developed in practice Monday were being corrected and added flatly that "we are not pulling out of the race." In practice at moderate to high speeds-with full fuel loads Monday, Foyt and two other drivers who qualified last weekend on Goodyear tires ran into trouble with rubber flaking from their tires. Loulan said the trouble had been traced to a flaw in the molding operation and that new first weekend used Goodyear tires. The other 13 qualified on Firestone tires. The other qualifiers who ran into trouble in practice Monday were veteran Don Branson and rookie Billy Foster. Before Loulan announced that the trouble had been cleared up, another Goodyear spokesman had said that if the problem were not resolved the firm might ask to withdraw the tires. That could have created problems since United States Auto Club rules require that cars run in the race on the same type of tires used in the qualification trials. At Empire Bowl: Empire Mixed Four Standings: Lipskey & Son 6135, Babcock Const. 50-46, Red- Chevron 41-28, Sunshine Grocery 40-29, Harold's Shoes 39-30, Big Four Market 38-31, L.P.C. Rockets 37-32, Ell's Sheet Metai lands Cab 49V^-46V4, Smith Pack- 1 33-36. Jack's Chevron 28Vi-40v. mg Co. 49-47, Power Thrust 49-'Frank & John's Richfield 28-4l' 47, Indigo Room 48-48, Hillview| LaPasado Hotel 25'/2-43V2 Apts. 48-48, Federal Equip. 47'/2- 48V2, Harlows Frigid. 43-53, Hopkins Basham 35-61. Corvina fishing now excellent at Salton Sea Corvina fishing at the Salton Sea has broken wide open and is now rated excellent, accord ing to Department of Fish and and Game fishery biologists who conducted a creel check and angler-use census over the past weekend. May 15-16. At one creel check station ramp alone, the DFG said, a Department biologist checked in 62 nine-fish limits on Saturday and 77 limits on Sunday. The Umit on corvina was raised from six fish to nine on March 1 this year. Equally good fishing was re ported from other check stations around the perimeter of tlie Sea. Surface water temperatures were in the mid-70s and air temperatures were in the 90s. Largest corvina checked by the DFG over the weekend was one weighing 16.8 pounds and measuring 38.4 inches in length. It was caught about a mile off Desert Shores by Wayne Lumbattis of San Bernardino. Larger fish were reported, one weighing 21 pounds, but could not be verified. An aerial count made from a DFG airplane on one flight between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. Sun- jday morning revealed 845 angling boats on the Sea, containing about 2500 fishermen. About 1 450 shore and jetty anglers were also counted by DFG observers in the plane. Mudsuckers continue to be the most effective bait, the DFG biologists noted, with lures also bringing good results. Shore anglers also made fair catches of sargo on shrimp and worms. One fisherman checked in with 13 sargo averaging close to two pounds each. The Salton Sea limit is 25 sargo. STANDINGS National League W. L. Pet. GB Los Angeles 22 11 Cincinnati 17 13 San Francisco 17 15 Mihvaukee Philadelphia St. Louis Houston Chicago New York Pittsburgh .667 .567 3H .531 41-4 .519 5 .516 5 .516 5 .486 6 .484 6 .419 8 .290 12 14 13 15 15 16 15 17 18 15 16 13 18 9 22 Thursday's Games San Francisco at Chicago Philadelphia at St. Louis, night Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, night New York at Milwaukee, night (Only games scheduled). American League W. L. Pet. GB Minnesota 18 12 .600 i\i Chicago 23 8 .742 ... Baltimore 17 14 .548 6 Los Angeles 18 15 .545 6 Detroit 16 14 .533 6\i Cleveland 14 13 .519 7 Boston 13 16 .448 9 New York 13 18 .419 10 Washington 13 19 .406 10>/2 Kansas City 7 23 .233 IS'/i Thursday's Games Washington at Detroit Baltimore at Cleve., night Boston at New York (Only games scheduled). SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads High Game — Bud Jensen 213, Ethelda Basham 214. High Series — Archie Silverman 591, Ruth Mason 517. 200 Club — Bud Jensen 213, Ethelda Basham 214, Arch Silverman 211, Ed Applegate 206, Howard Dailey 204, Gene Lipskey 200, Jess Harrod 211. Broken Dozen Standings: Bud's Richfield 7224, Chateau Hair Fashions 65'/i 3OV2, LaPetite Beauty Salon 63"/2^ 32',A, Brookside Beauty Salon 5442, Huisken Sheet Metal 49-47, Valley Trenching 48V2-471/2, Wolfe's Richfield 44-52, Vogue Cleaners 40i/2-55'A, Redlands Laundry 34-64, Mentone Hardware 29-67. . High Game — Tom Karr 202, Luci Middleton 223. High Series — Bob Evancik 558, Judy Pool 513. 200 Club — Luci Middleton 223, Tom Karr 202, Judy Pool 200. Bantam Bowlers Standings: Pelicans 34-12, LPC Rockets 27-19, Big Four Market 26-20, Little Rascals 2422, Bombers 22-24, DiCarlo Bakery 21-25, U.S. Bank 20-26, Sonny's Auto 20-26, Jack Barnes 20-26, Jim's Chevron 17-29. High Game — WiUie Cox 138, Jo Anne Barron 171. High Scries — Glenn Shrive 259, Jo Anne Barron 329. Elks Community Standings: No. Four Tom's Catering 43-21, No. Three Jack Barnes Ins. 41i'2-22i.'!!, No. Six Wayne Gosset Ford 37-27, No. Two Garvey Motor's 36-28, No. One Servi-Soft 34-30, No. Ten 31-33, No. Seven Reedy's Standard Oil 30V4-33i/i, No. Five •Allraan's Kennel's 30Vi-33M!, No. Eight Western Fruit 23-41, No. Nine Vine St. Ath. Club IS'.i- 501,2. High Game — Jack Goddard 226, Mary East 192. High Series — Jack Goddard 618, Phyllis AUman 487. 200 Club — Jack East 214, Jack Goddard 266-221, Eari Williams 204, Amos Nottingham 204, Gene Poe 203. Junior Bowler Standings: Brookside Dairy 4821, Emerich & McDowell 41I2- 271/2, Earl John 41-28, Highland Son Diego approves new stadium S.AN DIEGO (UPD—The Cily Council has tentatively approved locating the S30.7 million sports stadium in East Mission Valley. The council also approved a crash construction program in hopes of having the stadium completed by this fall. The stadium will be the home of the San Diego Chargers of the American Football League and the San- Diego Padres of the Pacific Coast League. 540 Scratch Standings: Yah Buts 4-0, Team No. Five 3-1. Team No. Eleven 3-1, Team No. Three 3-1, Three Strikes 2-2, Team No. Ten 2-2, J & J Plastics 2-2, Koffee Korner 2-2, Valley Carpet 1-3, Team No. Twelve 1-3, Team No. Four 1-3, Team No. Eight 0-4 High Game — Al Bento 245. High Series — Al Otterbeck 859. 200 Club — Tom Simpson 224, Norm Parker Jr 201, A m 0 Salyer 228, Rich Rozema 213, Don Johnson 202, Jim FuUbright 211, Rich Sepulveda 213, Clint Burson 225, Norm Parker Sr. 216. A.M. Ladies Standings: Sparemasters 67'/2651,2, Fireballs 56 '.i -36i .i, Antiques 54' 2-38'2, Early Risers 53 41, Bowling House Four 47-46, Panhandlers 32-61, Holly JoUys 32-61, Three Blind Mice 28i -i- 64 ",2. High Game — Gladys Surber 200. High Series — Gladys Surber 474. 200 Club — Gladys Surber 200. lulldog nine Along with the SCIAC baseball championship, the University of Redlands will take six all-stars to the NAIA District finals opening Friday at Brookside Park in Pasadena. Coach Paul Taylor's Bulldogs will meet Cal Western at 3 p.m. lor 30 minutes after the opening game finishes. La Verne tangles with Westmont of Santa Barbara at noon Friday and the UR vs. Westerners game will follow. The winners on Friday wiU clash Saturday in the same park starting at 2 p.m. in the championship game. Besides winning the confer- [ence title, with a 13-2 record, the Bulldogs placed six men on the aU-N.-WA District 3 team. iJim Hogan, firebaUing pitcher; his battery-mate, John Jenkins; Dave Wegner, fiery second baseman; and slugging Derek Shelton, an outfielder, were selected to the first team. Infielder Ted Acres and outfielder Bob Beck won positions on the second team. Of the six all-stars, only Shelton wiU graduate this spring. The University will lose only three of its full team to graduation. Fishing pier Ground-breaking ceremonies for the $900,000 San Diego public fishing pier at Ocean Beach have been scheduled to begin at 10:30 a.m. May 22, the Department of Fish and Game noted :, I today. The project is a joint operation by the State Wildlife Conservation Board and the Cily l.jof San Diego, with each contributing matching funds. San Diego Mayor Frank Curran, state Fish and Game Commissioner William P. Elser, ,^ VVCB Executive Officer Ray Nes- Zs ^m ^^^c^^l^^^ P-icipate in the Tielt9T .''F:^f''f'''f- T° be'located at the foot plin WMP ^f- n"'°\" °f ^'^S^r^ Avenue at 0 c e a n S°.Un^ '^.-^h,.City of San Diego, the Cope nine sufiFers loss to Rialto pier will be built of concrete and has a novel design which should make for a life expectancy of 75 years or more. The structure will be 1,970 feet long and will have 191 foot extensions from the stem to form a "Y". The pier will be 20 feet wide, with 4,200 feet of fishing rail space to accommodate 1,000 persons at a time. Facilities included in the proj- iect are rest rooms, drinking fountains, benches, lighting, concession stands and fish cleaning sinks. The city wiU provide necessary parking areas and will maintain the fishing pier free to the public when completed. DFG biologist-divers have reported good bottom conditions for fish and the presence of large numbers of lobsters and sportfish. Cope Junior high lost to Rialto 13-4 yesterday as coach Keith Mooney's baseballers could muster only five hits in the losing role. Cope hosts Redlands junior high tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. Collecting hits for Cope against Rialto were Chris Hardy, Joey Anderson, Jim Fulmer, I\Iike Whclan and Hans Vander Veen. Monday, the Golden Eagles turned back Norco 9-3 with Danny Villines gaining the win. Against Norco, Whelan, Vander Veen, Hardy and Dave Miller all hit safely. THREE SIGNED PITTSBURGH (UPI) - The Pittsburgh Steclers Tuesday announced the signing of defensive back Jim Bradshaw, offensive back Theron Sapp and kicker Mike Clark for the 1965 National Football League season. Quality Since "1925" ROOFING Sunset Contractor!, Inc 700 New York St.. Hcdiandi Phone 793-3234 Free Estimates — Bank Termi PLAYER OPTIONED ST. LOUIS (UPI) — The St. Louis Cardinals acquired 19- year-old catcher Bob Lanning on waivers from the Houston Astros Tuesday. 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