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HOMER — Willie Mays of the San Francisco Giants crosses plate after hitting three run homer in the first inning of the game agoinst the Cubs in Wrigley Field in Chicago Tuesday. It was his Nth of the season driving in Willie McCovey (44) and J. Alou (not shown). Giants next batter is at right, Jim Hart (16). (DPI Telephoto) Baseball for Boys program opens new season tomorrow Elks and Optimist Baseball for Boys program opens with two games tomorrow night at Redlands Community field. All major games will be played on the soiitliwest diamond. The first game will start at 6 p.m. between Gair's and Gaugh Plumbing. The nightcap between Pratts and Stater Eros, is set for 8 p.m. On Friday niglit, May 22, May 29, June 5, June 12 and June 19 four games will be played. The first game will start at 2 p.m. the second at 4, the third at 6 and the final at 8 p.m. Once school is out, two games will be played each night with no games on Sundays. Elks and Optimist Major League 1965 Game Schedule Redlands Community Field, Southwest Diamond May 21 — Gair's- Gaugh Plumbing, Pratts-Stater Bros. May 22 — Gill Electric-Tri-City, Jim Glaze, Western Furit-Board Save-U-More-Sage's, Lockheed- Jim Glaze, Western Furit-Board of Realtors. May 28 — Pratt s-Tri-City, Gair's-Sage's. May 29 — Gaugh Phimbing- Eoard of Realtors, Stater Bros.-Jim Glaze, Save-U-More- Western Fruit, Gill Electric- Lockheed. June 4 — Gair's-B o a r d of Realtors. Pratts-Jim Glaze. June 5 — Tri-City-Lockheed, Sage's-Western Fruit Stater Bros.-Gill Electric, Gaugh Plumbing-Save-U-More. June 11 — Pratts-Lockheed, Gair's-Westem Fruit. June 12 — Board of Realtors- Save-U-More, Jim Glaze-G i 11 Electric, Sage's-Gaugh Plumbing, Tri-City-Stater Bros. June 18 — Gair's-Save-U-Moro, Pratts-Gill Electric. June 19 — Lockheed-S later Bros., Western Fruit-Gaugh Plumbing, Jim Glaze-Tri-City, Board of Realtors-Sage's. June 21 — Gaugh Plumbing- Gair's Stater Bros.-Pratts. June 21 — Gaugh Plumbing- Gair's, Stater Bros.-Pratts. June 22 — Tri-City-Gill Electric, Sage's-Save-U-More June 23 — Board of Realtors- Western Fruit, Jim Glaze-Lockheed. June 24 — Tri-City-P r a 11 s, Sage's-Gair's. June 25 — Board of Realtors- Gaugh Plumbing Jim Glaze- Stater Bros. June 26 — Lockheed-Gill Electric, Western Fruit-Save-U-More. June 28 — Jim Glaze-Pratts, June 29 — Western Fruit- Sage's, Lockheed-Tri-City. June 30 — Gill Electric-Stater Bros., Save-U-More-G a u g h Plumbing. RJHS nine loses to Eisenhower Badlands Junior high Wildcats suffered an 8-6 baseball defeat at the hands of Eisenhower yesterday. Coach Dave Farmer's RJH nine came up with eight hits but the winners managed 13. Tomorrow, Redlands will meet Cope junior high on the Golden Eagle diamond. Game time is 3; 30 p.m. Tony Martinez and Bill Berg pitched for Redlands against Miller 2-for-3, Dick Bohrnstedt 2-for-3 and getting single hits were Tony Martinez, Tim Smith, Bill Berg and David Sepulveda. July 1 — Western Fruit- Gair's, Lockheed-Pratts. July 6 — Gill Electric-Jim Glaze, Save-U-More-Board of Realtors. July 7 — Gaugh Plumbing- Sage's, Stater Brox.-Tri-City. July 8 — GiU Electric-Pratts, Save-U-More-Gair's. July 9 — Gaugh Plumbing- Western Fruit, Stater Bros.- Lockheed. July 10 — Tri-City-Jim Glaze, Sage's-Board of Realtors. July 12 — Pratts-Stater Bros., Gair's-Gaugh Plumbing. July 13 — Save-U-More-Sage's, GiU Electric-Tri-City. July 14 — Lockhee d-Jim Glaze, Western Fruit-Board of Realtors. July 15 — Sage's-Gak's, Tri- City-Pratts. July 16 — Stater Bros.-Jim Glaze, Gaugh Plumbing-Board of Realtors. July 17 — Save-U-More-West em Fruit, Gill Electric-Lockheed. July 19 — Gair's-B o a r d of Realtors, Pratts-Jim Glaze. July 20 — Tri-City-Lockheed, Sage's-Western Fruit. July 21 — Gaugh Plumbing- Save-U-More, Stater Bros.-Gill Electric. July 22 — Lockheed-Pratts, Western Fruit-Gair's. July 23 — Board of Realtors Save-U-More, Jim Glaze-G i 11 Electric. July 24 — Tri-City-Stater Bros., Sage's-Gaugh Plumbmg. July 26 — Pratts-Gill Electric, Gairs-Save-U-More. July 27 — Western Fruit- Gaugh Plumbmg, Lockheed- Stater Bros. July 28 — Jim Glaze-Tri-City, Board of Realtors-Sage's. Qualifying rounds for US Open in 55 sites NEW YORK (UPD—Prelimi­ nary qualifying rounds to help pare the field for the 65th United States Open golf championship will be held at 55 sites around the country on May 24-25. At present, there are 2,232 professional and amateur hopefuls seeking the 119 berths still available for the tournament proper at the Bellerive Country Club, St. Louis, Mo., June 1720. Another 31 players are to­ talling exempt from, all qualifying. The list of U.S. Open candidates will be cut to 418 follow- mg the preliminary rounds, to be staged at 48 sites on May 24 and seven sites on May 25. These survivors then will take part in 13 sectional championships on June 7 or 8 to determine the final field for the tournament proper. Included among those who are exempt from all qualifying are defending champion Ken Venturi as well as former Open titlists Julius Boros, Jack Nicklaus. Gene Littler and Arnold Palmer. Others assured of a berth in the Open are amateur champion WilUam C. Campbell, Brit ish Open champion Tony Jjema, PGA champion Bobby Nichols, Tommy Jacobs, Bob Charles, Billy Casper, Gay Brewer Jr., Bill Collins, Dow Finsterwald, Bob Rosburg, Johnny Pott, George Bayer, Don January, Terry Dill, Ed Furgol, Al Geiberger, Bruce Crampton, Raymond Floyd, Gary Player, Doug Sanders, Mason Rudolph, Bruce Devlin. Frank Beard, Chi Ihi Rmdriguez, Jack McGowan and Mike Souchak. Most of the other leading pros on the golf tour will try to qualify at Memphis, Tenn., May 24, the day after the Memphis Open finishes. Dempsey feels Clay not greatest but a winner NEW YORK (UPD—Former heavyweight champion Jack Dempsey doesn't believe Cassius Clay is the "greatest" as the present champ contends, but he does concede that Clay is good enough to whip Sonny Liston in their title bout next Chaffey nine tops Riverside in CBL finale Ken Burt and Gary Ovitt teamed to pitch a no-hitter for Chaffey high yesterday as the CBL champions defeated Riverside Poly Bears in the league finale 6-0. Burt pitched two perfect in nings and Ovitt mopped up the last five and recording the win over Poly on the Bears diamond. The Tigers scored all of their runs in the last inning on four hits and two errors. Both Chaffey and Riverside swing into the GIF baseball playoffs Friday as the league representatives. The 6-0 victory reversed an April 20 shutout win by Riverside 1-0. Chaffey successfully protested on an appeal and play was resumed yesterday in the third inning. Citrus Belt League Final Varsity Baseball W. L. T. RF RA Chaffey 13 2 0 105 33 Riverside 8 6 1 44 65 Ramona 7 8 0 51 57 Redlands 6 9 0 62 58 San Bernardino.. 5 9 1 50 72 Pacific 5 10 0 53 75 Yesterday's Result Chaffey 6, Riverside 0 Friday's Schedule Chaffey vs. La Puente at John Galvin Park. Riverside at Mayfair. (CIF first round games at 3:15) Redlands Daily Facts Wed., May 19, 1965 - 17 Terrier tennis players advance in CBL Redlands high Terrier tennis players stormed into the semifinals of the CBL tennis tournament yesterday being held on the RHS and University of Redlands courts. Three of coach Paul Womack's Terrier netters, Doug Verdieck, defending champion; Ron Bohrnstedt and Steve Newcomer all gained their way intoj the semifinals. Bohrnstedt meets Newcomer today and Verdieck tangles with Morello of Chaffey in the other semifinal tussle. To gain the semis, Bohrnstedt turned back Burnett of Chaffey 6-0, 6-0. Newcomer defeated Grogan of Chaffey 7-5, 6-0 and Verdieck turned back Isenberg of Pacific 6-0, 6-0. In the doubles, the Redlands team of Rich Jimenez and Jim Sheldon advanced to the semifinals with a 6-2, 6-2 win over Hippenstiel and Wong of San Bernardino in the quarters. The Terrier team of Bill Goldie and Jack Van Wieren lost in the quarterfinals in a three-set match to Rubin and Albrecht of Chaffey 6-1, 0-6, 6-1. Singles Quillen (Riverside Poly) def. Van Kirk (Pacific), 11-9, 2-6, 6-0; Mqyes (San Bernardino), def. Snyder (Ramona), 6-0, 6-0; Barbuto (Pac) def. Davis (RP), 6-1, 6-3; Grogan (Chaffey) def. Schubert (SB), 6-2, 6-0, .A.nder- son (RP) def. Mena (SB). 6-3, ;6-3; Yager (Cha) def. Henson URam), 6-2, 6-3. Second Round Bohrnstedt (Red) def. Quillen 6-1, 6-0; Burnett (Cha) def. Moyes, 6-0, 6-2; Newcomer (Red) def. Barbuto, 6-1, 6-0; Grogan def. Beachara (Ram), 3-6, 9-7, 6-3; Morello (Cha) def. Harmon, 6-0, 6-0; Campbell (RP) def. Hill, 1-6, 63, 6-1: Isenberg (Pac) ^def. Anderson, 9-6, 6-1, 6-1; Ver­ dieck (Rod) def. Yager, 60, 60. Quarterfinals Bohrnstedt def. Burnett. 6-0; Newcomer def. Grogan, 7- D , 60; Morello def. Campbell, 7-5, 6-2; Verdieck def. Isenberg, 60, 6-0. j Doubles i JIarcum & McDonald (Pac) ;def. Winchell & Bradshaw (RP) 6-0. 4-6, 6-1; Hippenstiel & Wong (SB) def. Brand & Snyder (Ram 6-1, 6-2; Goldie & Van Wieren I (Red) def. Hollis & Dikeman ;(Ram), 6-2 6-1; Dudley & Bell j(SB) def. Roble & Young (RP), 14-6, 9-7, 6-2. Quarterfinals Grogan & Forden (Cha) def. Marcum & McDonal, 6-3, 6-3; Jimenez & Sheldon (Red) def. Hippenstiel & Wong, 6-2, 6-2; Rubin & Albrecht (Cha) def. Goldie & Van Wieren 6-1, 0-6, 6-1; Cover & Robbin (Pac) def. Dudley & Bell. 6-0. 6-1. New York Yankees come through with 4-3 victory Tuesday night in Lewiston, Maine. "Clay is a pretty good fighter," contends the man who is considered by many boxing experts as the greatest heavyweight champion in ring history, "but he isn't the greatest. He's the best talker, though." Dempsey admittedly doesn't think too highly of either fighter and based his prediction mostly on age. "Just guessing, I would pick the younger fellow to win," said the famed Manassa mauler. "The older a fellow gets, the harder it is for him to keep in shape naturally. I don't think Liston has been keeping in the shape he needs to be in." Dempsey added that he hand't been to either of the fighters' training camps and that "it might turn out that Liston is in better shape than I believe" but thought the fight would not end in a knockout. Dempsey, who does not plan to attend the fight, uses the first Clay-Liston match as an illustration of the evils which have befallen boxing. "If any fighter in the old days had quit the way Liston did in that last night, the crowd would have torn the house apart," Dempsey plained. The only solution to the prob- By United Press International It's those bases on balls that give pitchers nightmares. Take Dick Radatz of the Boston Red Sox, for instance. Tuesday night agamst the Yankees he struck out six consecutive batters but walked the leadoft man in the bottom of the 12th inning and Tom Tresh trippled him home with the winning run in a 4-3 Yankee victory. The Monster had come into the game in the ninth inning in relief of Dave Morehead, who had pitched no-hit ball for six innings. It was the firt time the Yankees beat Radatz in his Exchange club hosts bowling The Third annual California Exchange club bowling tournament was held at the Empire Bowl recently with Redlands as the host club. Rialto won the team event with a three-game total of 3113. Los Angeles County Industrial was second with 3075 and Redlands was third with 2998. Don Jones of Rialto had high series of 589 and Bob Johnston won the handicap with 661. Larry Boyer of Rialto won the high game scratch with 233. ex- j Vaughn Horton of Redlands and Wey Shue of Huntington Park tied for handicap honors with lems confronting the sport, he 1235. believes, is a return to the old club system where young fighters have a chance to develop apart from the harsh glare of the television spotlight. SCORES TRIPLE CHICAGO (UPD — Apprentice jockey Bill Mahorney Tuesday scored a riding triple at Arlington Race Track. He brought in Flaming George (S5.20) in the second, Tauona ($6.80) in the seventh and Mr. .\rkie (S17.40) in the eighth. Wally Nichols and Dary Idler of Magnolia Center won the doubles with 1237. Don Jones of Rialto and Tom Welbaum of At- tadena were second with 1230 and the Redlands team of John Gagliardo and Nick Ell placed third with 1223. Nick Ell, president of the Redlands club, won the singles with a 657 pin score. Wally Nichols of Magnolia was second with 629. John Gagliardo was chairman of the event and Elly Ell and Maria Gagliardo acted as hostesses for the tournament. Sadecki given praise for his win over Philadelphia By United Press International It just may be that Ray Sadecki is a slow starter and the sions this season, small wonder that his teammates crowded around him with congratula- slumpmg St. Louis Cardmalsitions after he defeated Phila- have been waiting for him toiddphia 8-2 Tuesday night for get roUing. ihis first triumph. Last season Sadecki lost his first five starts and wound up,barely over .500 and lodged with 20 victories. So, after see-!them in a tie for fourth witli the Phillies and Braves. Sadecki went the distance. six deisions against them. Ray Barker, who had broken Morehead's no-hitter with a single, homered to lead off the ninth. Radatz came in and gave up the tying run on singles by Horace Clarke, Bob Schmidt and Bobby Richardson. List Of Whiffs Then the Monster struck out Mickey Mantle, Joe Pepitone and Barker in the 10th and Clete Boyer, Pedro Ramos and Schmidt in the 11th. The American League record for consecutive strikeouts is seven. Then came the walk to Phil Linz, a pop-up and Tresh's smash that hit the auxiliary scoreboard in right centerfield, allowing Linz to leg it all the way in. In other league action, Cleveland edged Baltimore 1-0, Washington pounded Detroit 15-9, Chicago beat Kansas City 5-4 and Los Angeles defeated Minnesota 3-1. In the National League, Chicago bested San Francisco 7-6 in a rain-shortened day game, Milwaukee beat New York 4 -3, St. Louis blasted Philadelphia 8-2 and Houston edged Los Angeles 4-1. Pittsburgh and Cincinnati were rained out. Single Wins Game Fred Whitfield's single in the sixth inning drove in Joe Azcue from third base with the only run as Cleveland pitcher Jack Kralick picked up his first victory against two defeats. Don McMahon finished the last two innings for Kralick, who broke Robin Roberts went the distance a blister on his pitching hand, in defeat. It was his third loss against four victories. Frank Howard had a grand slam homer in the Washington triumph, and WiUie Kirkland drove in four runs witli a liome run and a bases-loaded single. Phil Ortega, who worked seven innings, was credited with his fourth victory against as many losses. Woodie Held also hom­ ered for the Nats while Al Kaline and Dick McAuliffe had home runs for the Tigers. Hank Aguirre lost his first game in five decisions. Score Five Runs The White Sox. who lead the league, scored five runs in the fifth inning and made them hold up as Kansas City pecked away. Danny Cater, who led the Chi- sox with three hits, drove in the first run with a two-out single. Then Orlando Pena, who lost his sixth consecutive game, walked the next three batters, with a pass to Pete Ward driving in a nm. Moe Drabowsky came in to I relieve Pena and wild pitched the third nm home. Ron Hansen followed with a single to center to score two runs. Bill Bryan had a home run for the A's. Joe Horlen scattered six hits in picking up his fourth victory in seven decisions. Joe Adcock's two-run, eighth- inning double was tlie big blow in giving Marcelino Lopez his fifth victory for the Angels against three losses. The Angels scored three runs in the inning. The Twins had taken a 1-0 lead in the fourth on Paul Schaal's error, two singles and Jerry Kindall's sacrifice fly. Jim Kaat 1(3-3) was the loser. Liston to undergo his pre-fight physical jors. Willie Mays hit his 14th homer of the season with two mates aboard to highlight a four-run Giant first innmg. The Cubs picked up one in the bottom of the first, and in The victory put the Cardinals:the second scored three more on two singles, an error and Len Gabrielson's pinch-hit, two ing him lose his first four deci- Whitey Ford accepts demotion as expected like a champ By MILTON RICHMAN UPl Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI) — Whitey it to him. This isn't the end of the world. Really." Whitey looked at some of the buttoning the blouse of his uniform. "Working in the bullpen ought POLAND SPRING, Maine (UPI) — Challenger Sonny Liston was to undergo a pre-fight physical examination today for his re-match bout next Tuesday in nearby Lewiston against heavyweight champion Cassius Clay. A spokesman for the Liston training camp said the challenger probably would imdergo a light workout following the physical. The spokesman said Liston, who arrived here Saturday from his framing camp in Dedham, Mass., would be examined by a physician representing the Maine Boxing Commission. Champion Clay, who shied away from his usual pre-fight predictions, was examined Tuesday at his Chicopee, Mass., training camp and pronounced "100 per cent ready" for the bout by Dr. Leo Lemieux of Casco. "He's 100 per cent ready for Liston, or, for that matter. Jack Dempsey or anyone else," Lemieux announced following the 15-minute check-up in the champ's dressing room at his headquarters in Chicopee's Shine Inn. At a brief news conference following the physical. Clay declined to make a prediction about the outcome of the Lewiston championship bout, but his manager was quick to reveal what he saw in the crystal ball. Manager Angelo Dundee boasted to newsmen that Clay would knockout Liston in the 11th round. run homer. Jay Alou and Jimj I Hart homered for the Giants in scattering five hits. He fanned!the third. Doug Clemens double. five and walked only three. The Cardinals backed Sadecki with an 11-hit attack. Julian Javier had three hits in four trips, driving in two runs. Tim McCarver and Bill White each had two RBI's. The Phils got their runs on , fourth-inning home runs by age is the poorest on the staff | Richie AUen and Alex Johnson. and no matter how you slice it, the Yankees are worried. Particularly because of a del- Ford accented his demotion ex- solemn faces around him and to help my control," he said.!. Particwariy oecause ot a aet- "You're smiling outside but to to—like a champ. The Yankees tried to cushion:not inside," someone said the blow by saying it was only! him. a "temporary" measure andj "Honest, I don't feel that that Ford "may or may not"!badly about it," Ford replied. be back in the starting rotation again next week, but when you stripped away all the camouflage it boiled down to the fact he was being sent to the bullpen because he wasn't producing. Manager Johnny Keane broke the news to the 36-year-old onetime ace of the Yankees' staff shortly after Ford showed up at the ballpark before last night's game with the Red Sox. "I think it's a good idea," Ford said later on, standing in front of his locker. "If he hadn't told me, I was going to suggest Reliever Hal Reniff, who has the locker next to Ford, also tried injecting some humor into the situation. Ballplayers are like that. They even kid about a broken leg. "You'll Love It" "You'll love the bullpen," Reniff told Ford. "The fans talk to you all the time. They tell you how to get the hitters out, give you stock market tips and send regards to your family. They really keep you up to date, Whitey. C'mon out and see how the other half lives." Ford grinned again and began worrjing me. I'm sure I'll be back starting as soon as I get straightened out. This isn't the first time I'll be in the bullpen. I've been there before. I've done some relieving in. the past. Not much actually. When Ford won 25 games for the Yankees in 1961 and was voted the Cy Yoimg award as the majors' outstanding pitcher that year, for example, he never pitched a single inning of relief. He relieved only once during each of the '62 and '63 seasons and started 36 of the 39 games he appeared in last year. This year, Whitey finished only one of the eight contests he started for the Yankees, winning only two and losing five. His 6.80 earned run aver- Ford underwent in Houston this past winter. Since his surgery, the circulation in Whitey's left hand hasn't been what it should be and sometimes he can't even feel the seams on the ball. "I'll be all right as soon as the weather gets warmer," he said when he was hit hard in mid-April. Now it's a month later, the weather is warmer but the results haven't been much better. Some of baseball's foremost pitchers, and you can include Bob Feller, Warren Spahn and Robin Roberts, showed their dissatisfaction when they were shunted to the bullpen after they had passed their peak. Ford didn't whimper one bit. This fellow had class when he came up; and has even more going down. Eddie Mathews made a brilliant play to start a game-ending double play that shut off a Met rally in the ninth. Joe Christopher and Charlie Smith had smgled and Ron Swoboda doubled home Christopher. After one was out Jesse Gonder was purposely walked to fUl the bases. Pinch hitter Jim Hickman smashed a one-hop liner to Mathews' left. Eddie made a diving stop of the ball, whipped it to Frank Boiling at second and BoIUng threw on to first ahead of Hickman. Swoboda and Rico Carty of the Braves had hit two-nm homers in the second that resulted in a 2-2 tie. BoUing doubled in the go-ahead run in the fourth and singled in the even tual winning run in the eighth. Tony Cloninger went the route for his fifth victory. The Cubs had to come from behind twice to beat the Giants in the only day game in the ma- a walk, Bobby Pena's single, another walk and a double by Don Landnim in the third put the Cubs ahead to stay in the game which was called after seven and one-half innings because of rain. Bob Humphreys picked up the victory. Ken Johnson pitched six and one-third innings of no-hit ball against the Dodgers before Ron Fairly's grounder hit first base! and bounced into the outfield j for a double. Johnson, relieved by Hal Woodeshick in the nmth, picked up his third victory against one loss. The Astros got two runs in the thurd on an error, a walk, a sacrifice and Bob Aspromonte's two-run single. John Bateman had a solo homer for Houston. Dodger starter Jim Brewer was the loser. ARGUMENT EXPENSIVE ST. LOUIS (UPI) — Arguuig with an umpire can be expensive, as Coach Joe Schlutz of the St. Louis Cardinals learned Tuesday. Schultz was fmed $100 and suspended for two days in connection with a close play at home in Monday night's game against Philadelphia. Schultz argued with umpire Shag Crawford who called Lou Brock out. PUT BACK THE TASTE OTHERS TAKE AWAY LS./M.FT Mtevs TRY NEW LUCKY STRIKE FILTERS

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