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—„g— RAMP-TO-RAMP — A 1965 sedan soars over 70 feet through the air in a ramp-fo-ramp jump. The stunt is one of 28 to be performed tomorrow night at the Orange Show Speedway starting at 8:30 p.m. Auto stunters fo appear at Orange Show Saturday With contests ranging tlirougli- out the nation. The "King" Kovaz Auto Daredevils have one of their own. The stuntraen, who will be featured at the Orange Show Speedway Saturday night at 8:30 p.m., are worldng for a $5,000 prize as well as their weekly salaries. This amount of money goes to the stunter who holds the most points at the end of the season. And it could very well go to the nation's finest girl stunt driver, Pat Jones. She competes against the men in the Rozelle fells of 37-game schedule NEW YORK (UPI) —Commissioner Pete Kozelle announced today that the National Football League will play a 37-game pre - season schedule this year beginning with the Cleveland Browns - College All - Star game at Chicago on -Aug. 6. Nine of the games will be televised nationally with CBS handling eight Saturday and Sunday telecasts and ABC handling the All-Star game. The Browns - All - Star clash kicks off the opening weekend program which also finds the Philadelphia Eagles meetmg the Washington Redskins at Hershey, Pa., on Saturday, Aug. 7. The Browns, Eagles and Redskins will play six preseason contests while all other teams play five. GRAPHIC EXAMPLE OF ACCIDENT COST HOUSTON {UPI)-A safely official who said cold statistics help little in cutting accidents cited another kind of example Eor Texans. He said completely cover a football field witli $1 bills. Then make successive layers, of $2, 55, $10, $20, S50, SlOO and $500 bills. Then pile on 5,619 tons of silver dollars. It will come to $486,846,000. That is the estimated cost of accidents in Texas last year. STOCK CAR RACES MAY 2T Qualifying 6:30 —Race 8:30 "Lots of Fun" Over 100 Laps of ACTIOK SPILLS See "KING" KOVAZ Dare Devils Sat. NIte May 22 Adults $2.00 Kids Under 8 Free ORANGE SHOW SPEEDWAY SAN BERNARDINO various events for which points are awarded and she's more than holding her own. General Manager, "King" Kovaz, says the bonus plan serves to keep the show fresh, despite the daily grmd of per- formmg throughout the nation, and it's also tied in with safety as it serves to cut down any inclination a daredevil might have towards carelessness. Points are awarded for such things as the number of roll overs a driver manages to accomplish in the crash roll exhibition, the distance a driver can keep a car balanced on two wheels at high speeds and tlie length of ramp-to-ramp jumps. Twenty-eight events are included in the one hour and forty - five minute program. There's also a hberal sprinkling of clown antics throughout the program. Mike Sorokin again favored The "Surfers" fuel dragster returns to action Saturday night at Fontana Dragway, with driver Mike Sorokin of Santa Monica favored to take the featured top eliminator title of the Ladies night program. Facing Sorokin for top honors will be last Saturday night's winner, Doug Robinson of Pasadena, in the Horsepower Engineering dragster, currently ranked seventh in the national fuel ratings. Eliminations begin at 7 p.m. with qualifying from 1 p.m. Ladies will be admitted for half price, and as usual all chilfren under 12 are free. Several door prizes will be given to lucky ladies, the featured prize being a set of four chrome custom wheels. New Ram linebacker LOS A.NGELES (UPD—Rook­ ie linebacker candidate Anthony Guillory of Lamar Tech has signed with the Los Angeles Rams, the '.lub announced today. Guillory, who stands 6-foot-4 and weighs 220 pounds, was the team's seventh draft choice. Ram scouts said Gullory's quickness would make him a strong contender for a hneback- er berth. Major League Leaders National League Colman, Cin Mays, SF Torre, Mil Kranpool, NY Allen, Phil J.Alou, SF Aaron, Mihv Brock, StL Robnsn, Cm Flood, StL G. AB R. 22 77 11 34 129 34 27 98 16 32 118 18 33 130 26 34145 26 33 89 17 34 137 25 30106 22 34 142 26 H. Pet. 32 .416 51 .394 36 .367 42 .356 45 .346 50 .345 30 .337 44 .321 34 .321 45 .317 American League G. AB R. H. Pet. Horlon, Det 22 82 17 31 .378 Davlillo. Clev 28 102 11 36 .353 Cater. Chi 31 120 21 39 .325 Wagner. Clev 29 113 25 36 .319 Mcaulife, Det 32 123 23 39 .317 Held, Wash 29 77 15 24 .312 Ward, Chi 31 119 22 37 .311 Skowron, Chi 31 110 16 37 .311 Kaline, Det 30 111 24 34 .306 Yxtzski, Bos 28 102 23 31 .304 Home Runs National League — Mays, Giants 15: Torre, Braves 9; Swoboda, Mets 9; Banks, Cubs; Mathews, Braves; McCovey, Giants all 3. American League— Horton, Tigers 9; Blefary, Orioles; Conigliaro. Red Sox; Kaline, Tigers; Gentile, A's all 8. Runs Batted In National League— Banks, Cubs 36; Mays, Giants 30; John.son, Reds 27; Robinson, Reds 27; Mathews, Braves 25. American League —Kaline, Tigers 26; Howard, Senators 25; Whitfield, Indians 24; Mantilla, Red Sox: Thomas, Red Sox; Horton, Tigers all 23. Pitching National League — Gibson, Cards 8-0; Maloney, Reds 4-0; Giusti, Astros 6-1; Ellis, Reds 6-1: Drysdale, Dodgers 6-2. American League — Pascual, Twins; Buzhardt, \Vhite Sox; Pappas, Orioles; Grant, Twins all 4-0; Terry, Indians; Newman. Angels; Aguirre, Tigers all 4-1. Nineteen cars in Monaco race MONTE CARLO, Monaco fUPI) — Only 19 cars have been entered for the May 30 Monaco Automobile Grand Prix, the organizers announced Thursday. Among the entries are world champion John Surtees of England, who will drive an Italian Ferrari, and former world champions Graham Hill of England in the BRM, in which he won here last year, and Australian Jack Brabham in his own Brabham-Climax. Baseball for Boys Kiwanis League Play opened last night on the Redlands Community Field as the Exchange Club Cards mauled the Burger Bar Pirates 15-2. Sherm Palamore led the winners with three hits. In the third mning, Palamore tripled and stole home for the Cards second and what seemed to be the last, run. Going into the bottom of the fourth and down 5-2, the Cards produced seven hits mixed with 3 Pirate miscues for 13 runs and the win. Denny Card led off the fourth with a smgle and Palamore fell behind 0-2 in the count before he socked the third pitch over the left fielder for the first home run of the year and a pair of runs batted in. Bill Reeves and Tom Fitch both got aboard on walks and were driven in with a two-run single by Mike KeUy. A pop fly which was dropped in the infield kept the Cards going as Palamore, Fred Jensen and Reeves all singled and Mike Kelly, the wmnmg pitcher, slammed a three-run homer to center field. For the Pirates, Ed Quintero tripled in Dave Reynolds and Ken Bruins sacrificed to bring in Quintero in the first for an early two-run lead. Brian Wilkinson got the only other Pirate hit, a single in the fourth. Pirates 212 0 — 5 2 5 Cards 110 (13)—15 8 4 Dave RejTiolds, Rob Mitterling (4X Ken Bruins (4) and Ed Quintero; Mike Kelly and Bill Reeves. Baseball for Boys Farm league players open season tonight Elks and Optimist Farm league base ball begins tonight on Redlands Community field, San Bernardino avenue and Church street. All of the farm league games this season will be played on the southeast diamond. The opening single game, Board of Realtors vs. Western Fruit, will begin at 6 p.m.. The Farm league is under the direction of the Baseball for Boys program which also handles the major and minor leagues. The 1965 Farm season will end on July 30. Elks and Optimist Farm League 1965 Game Schedule Redlands Community Field, Southeast Diamond May 21 — Board of Realtors- Western Fruit. May 22 — Jim Glaze-Lockheed, Sage's-Save-U-More, Tir- City-Gill Electric. May 28 — Staters-Pratts. May 29 — Gaugh Plumbmg- Gair's Jim Glaze-GiU Electric, Board of Realtors-Save-U-More. June 4 — Western Fruit-Gair's. June 5 — Lockheed - Pratts, Sage's-Gaugh Plumbmg, Tri- City-Staters. June 11 — Jim Glaze-Pratts, June 12 — Board of Realtors- Gair's, Gill Electric-Staters, Save-U-More-Gaugh Plumbing. June 18 — Western Fruit- Sage's. June 19 — Lockheed-Tri-City, Board of Realtors-Gaugb Plumbing, Jim Glaze-Staters. June 21 — Gair's-Sage's. June 22 — Pratts-Tri-City. June 23 — Save-U-More-Western Fruit. June 24 — GiU Electric-Lockheed. June 25 Board of Realtors—' Sage's. June 26 — Jim Glaze-Tri- City, Gaugh Plumbing-Western Fruit, Staters-Lockheed. June 28 — Gair's-Save-U-More. June 29 — Pratts-GiU Electric. June 30 — Lockheed-Jim Glaze. July 1 — Western Fruit-Board of Realtors. July 6 — Gill Electric-Tri- City. July 7 — Save-U-More-Sage's. July 8 — Pratts-Staters. July 9 — Gair's-Gaugh Plumb­ mg. July 10 — GiU Electric-Jim Glaze, Save-U-More - Board of Realtors, Pratts-Lockheed. July 12 — G a i r ' s -Western Fruit. July 13 — Staters-Tri-City. July 14 — Gaugh Plumbing- Sage's. July 15 — Pratts-Jim Glaze. July 16 — Gair's-Board ofReal- tors. July 17 — Staters-Gill Electric, Gaugh Plumbing-Save-U- More, Tri-City-Lockheed. July 19 — Sage' s-Western Fruit. July 20 — Staters-Jim Glaze. July 21 — Gaugh Plumbing- Board of Realtors. July 22 — Tri-City -Pratts. July 23 — Sage's-Gair's. July 24 — Lockheed-Gill Elect r i c, Western Fruit-Save-U- More, Tri-City-Jim Glaze. July 26 — Sage's-Board of Realtors. July 27 — Lockheed-Staters. July 28 — Western Fruit- Gaugh Plumbing. July 29 — GiU Electric-Pratts. July 30 — Save-U-More-Gair's. Single games start at 6:00 p.m. Lewisfon plans special police protection LEWISTON, Maine (UPI) If Police Chief Joseph Farrand's strategy goes as planned, there will be one policeman or special officer for every 27 spectators at next Tuesday night's Cassius Clay- Sonny Liston heavyweight title bout. Farrand plans to beef up his regular 72-man force to 200 uniformed and plain clothes offi- Blasingame In spectacular one hitter for Braves By United Press International Wade Blasingame swallowed the book and Warren Spahn strangled on it. In one of those ironic twists of the baseball fates, young Blasingame studied under old master Spahn when the pair were roommates with the Jlil- waukee Braves last season and then demonstrated how well he! had learned his lessons in a game the old man wanted for himself. The ironic drama reached its climax Thursday night when Spahn returned to Milwaukee as a member of the New York Mets only to have Blasingame steal his thunder with a spctacular one - hitler that produced a 7-1 victory for the Braves. A crowd of 17,433, largest in Summer Leagues Now Forming Mixed Fours Handicap — Trios Spots Now Available for Full Teams or Individuals All Summer Hight Leagues Bowl of 8 P.M. HouseY/ives leagues at 9-M LM. Phone 793-2S25 for League and Open Bowling Information irA Rnwl W. Colton Ave. ire DOWI Redlands Emp the National League ghost city since opening day, turned out to see Spahn's homecoming and it wasn't a bad one at that as the 44-year old lefthanded wizard shut out the Braves for four innings. But Blasingame, changing speeds and pitching to spots as Spahn taught him to do a year ago. was even better. He carried a no-hitter for 6 2-3 innings before Ron Swoboda singled and he wound up yielding just that one hit, striking out eight and walking two. Spahn, who spotted the young strongarmer 23 years, had the roof faU in on him in the fifth when a grand slam homer by Ed Mathews — another old pal — and a pair of doubles by Rico Carty produced the seven Braves runs. A double by Gene Oliver and singles by Frank Boiling. Sandy .Alomar and Hank .Aaron also contributed to the Braves' attack. Blasingame's development comes as no surprise to anyone in the National League. A phenomenal prospect who had a 260 record including five no hitters in high school, he was signed for a 5100,000 bonus in 1961 and has been on the verge of stardom ever smce. He had a 9-5 record last season and now stands 3-4 for 1965. The St. Louis Cardinals routed the Philadelphia PhUhes 12- 2, the Cincinnati Reds bombed the Pittsburgh Pirates 11-3 and the San Francisco Giants downed the Chicago Cubs 2-0 in other NL games. In the .'American League. Cleveland defeated Baltimore 5-2. New York beat Boston 6-3 and Detroit edged out Washington 9-8. Bog Bigson pitched a six hitter for his eighth straight win behind a 13-hit Cardinal attack that included a homer and two doubles by Curt Flood and a homer by Phil CagUano. Gibson had a shutout until the ninth when Tony Gonzalez hit a two-run homer. Gordie Coleman had four singles to raise his league-leading average to .416 and Vada Pinson and Frank Robinson had three hits each as the "Reds bombarded Pirate pitchers for 14 hits. Sammy Ellis breezed behind the attack with a seven- hitter to raise his season mark to 6-1. Willie JIays hit his 15th homer of the season to give the Giants a 1-0 lead in the seventh inning and San Francisco scored again in the eighth on singles by Hal Lanier and Matty Alou to hand Larry Jackson, the Cubs' 24-game winner of 1964, his fourth loss of this season. Bob Shaw and Masanori Murakami combined in an eight-hitter for the shutout. cers to make sure no harm comes to champion Clay and to oversee the sell-out crowd of 5,500 who wiU jam the central Maine Youth Center to watch the bout. Farrand outlined his strategy Thursday in the midst of chr- culated reports that foUowers of the slain Malcolm X may try to harm Clay in revenge for the murder of their leader. Malcolm X, a Black JIusUm defector, was shot to death at a New York City rally and his followers blamed the Muslims. Clay was brought into the Muslim movement by Malcolm. Officials in Clay's Chicopee, Mass., training camp denied or brushed off rumors of possible trouble and Chief Farrand acknowledged that "we've had no specific report of anticipated problems." Farrand said he had "no knowledge" of any threats against Clay and explained that the small army of poUce was precautionary. Chicago Cubs consider S .B. for training A San Bernardino Chamber of Commerce committee announced yesterday that the Chi cage Cubs have expressed interest in the city's Perris Hill park as a spring training camp. Tlie San Bernardino committee was formed with the ex press purpose of bringmg a major league team to the city for spring training. John Holland, vice-president 3f the Cubs, was contacted and the team was formaUy invited. Holland expressed interest and said he would carry the invita' tion along to Philip K. Wrigley, president of the Cubs. A decision on the San Bernar dino site is expected to be made m the next two weeks. Chicago has trained at Mesa, Arizona in recent seasons but announced last spring that it would not return to that city in 1966. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, May 21. 1965 - 13 Cowen makes All-CBL in baseball for RHS Redlands high slugging outfielder Les Cowen was one of four non-Chaffey high players to be named to the All-CBL fu-st team basebaU squad. The Chaffey high Tigers, who dommated the CBL and ended with a 21-2 season record, placed eight players on the first team AU-CBL squad selected by the Orange Empure Sportsvraters Association. The blasting Tigers placed both pitchers, Ken Burt and Gary Ovitt, both 6-1 for the sea­ son, two outfielders, three infielders and a catcher on the 13-man first team. Terrier first baseman Basil Lobaugh, a three-year starter, and pitcher Ron Garcia were named to the league second team. Garcia was selected despite havmg a 2-6 pitching record, many of them tough losses. Redlands third baseman and pitcher Larry Ekema. infielder Harry Munoz and catcher Allan McCall aU received honorable McCoHisfer, Rudolph lead in Memphis Open MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) Mason Rudolph, playing on his "second home" course, and Bob McCallister, playing as though he'd found a home, led the way today into the second round of the S60.000 Memphis Open golf tournament. Rudolph and McCallister. displaying the finesse required for the short, tricky Colonial Country Club course, fired five-under-par 65s Thursday to tie for the opening round lead. Favored Jack Nicklaus found his booming power of Uttle use and had to do some scrambUng to stay two strokes off the pace at 67. The ninth hole is an example of what Nicklaus and others in the 144-man field ran into on the 6.466-yard course. One stroke back of Rudolph and McCallister at 66 were Julius Boros. Homero Blancas and George Archer. At 67, \vith ASSORTED GOODIES O.AKDALE, Calif. (UPI) Raymond P. Baca was booked in city jail on a drunk charge when police found him hanging onto a telephone pole with the following items tucked in his belt: An empty bottle, pocket knife, safety razor — and a dead fish. Nicklaus, were Dave Marr, Ken Nagle and Jack McGowan. Eight golfers were tied at 68. Nicklaus entered the tournament as odds-on favorite on the •Strength of his Masters win and his standing as the Professional Golf Association's top mon- eywinner of the year. Rudolph looked as though he'd grown up on this tree-lined course, and he almost had. He played here almost daily when he attended Memphis State University. When the $9,000 first place money is awarded Sunday after 72 holes, it is expected that the winner's card will be near 270 — 10 under par. Mission plans youth baseball benefit dinner The Mission Victoria Little league will hold a benefit Mexican dinner, open to the public Sunday afternoon from 4-7 p.m., Mrs. C. E. Van Leuven, president of the Parent's Club said today. The cafeteria-style event will be held at the Victoria school, 9963 Richardson street. mention from the sportswriters. The only other players to crack the Chaffey sweep of the first team were second baseman Chuck Van Dusen of Riverside Poly, Rick Ogden of Pacific as utility infielder and outfielder Mike Jenson of Riverside Poly along with the Terriers Cowen. Cowen was the runnerup for league batting honors to Chaffey's Loren Bruckcr who ended with a .474 average. Cowen closed out the season at .408. Both Chaffey and Riverside Poly are m the CIF large school basebaU playoffs. The 1965 AU-CBL choices: ALL-CBL FmST TEAM Poy. Player School Yr. Avp. lb—John Wicklund. SBHS Sr. .o28 lb—Frank Valdez. Chaffey Sr. ..•!2f! 2b—Chuck Van Dusen. River. Sr. .317 3b—Ron Shot«. Chaffey Sr. .326 SS—Tom Thompson. Chaffey Sr. .362 Util.—Rick Ogdcn. Pacific Jr. .367 OF—Loren Brucker. Chaffey Sr. .474 OF—Lcs Cowen. Redlands Sr. .408 OF—Larry Marchanf. Chaffey Sr. .400 OF—Mike Jenson. Riverside Sr. .302 C—Tim Ryan. Chaffev Jr. .400 P—Ken Burt. Chaffey .Sr. 6-1 P—Gary Ovitl. Chaffev Sr. 6-1 ALL-CBL SECONO TEAM lb—Bafill Lobaugh. Redlands Sr. .t'O.i 2b—Greg Gaylord. Chaffey Sr. .357 3b—Charlie Hubberl. River. Sr. .286 SS—Randy Hartshorn. Ram. Sr. .283 OF—Randy Hooper. Pacific Jr. .325 OF—Dennis Lackey. Chaffey Sr. .33.1 OF—Rex Robledo. Chaffey Sr. .286 OF—Bruce Duffield. Ramona Sr. .267 Utll.—Roger McCall. River. Sr. .3Sa C—Steve Alva. SBHS Sr. .2S1 P—Tom Han. Ramona Sr. 3-4 P—Ron Garcia. Redlands Sr. 2-6 HONOEABLE MENTION CHAFFEY: Rick Crane and Dick Holmes: SBHS: Darrell Hawthorne. Jerry Nece. Gary Mahlstedt: PACIFIC; Ken Bailey. Charles Johnson, Mike Dunn: REDLANDS: Larry Ekema. Harry Munoz. Allan McCall; RIVERSIDE: Bill Parson. Stan Davis. Jack Bemstrom: RAMONA: Wade Freidricks. BENEFIT MATCH PHILADELPHIA (UPI) — Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower and Arnold Palmer will oppose Jack Nicklaus and dancer Ray Bolger in a benefit golf match next Wednesday. The match is sponsored by the Heart Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Famed woman golfer, Helen Sigel Wilson of PhUadelphia, wiU be one of the referees. Cleveland Indians are moving up and not out By United Press International The Cleveland Indians are on the move — up, not out. That's the word around the American League where only a year ago the scuttlebutt was that the Indians might pull up stakes and fly off to Seattle, Wash. Now they're saymg that the Indians could make another sort of move — at the AL pennant. The Baltimore Orioles, at least, are in no mood to argue the matter at the moment. The Indians, who finished 20 games out of first place in 1964, are currently on a four-game winning streak and Thursday night completed a sweep of a three-game series with the Orioles with a 5-2 victory. They have won seven of the 11 games they have played at home and are perched in fourth place within range of real contention. Help Revival Pitcher Sonny Siebert and first baseman Fred Whitfield, a couple of spear carriers in '64, continued Thursday night to make significant contributions to the Indian revival. Siebert, who won only seven games in 1964, scored his fourth victory of this year by Umiting the Orioles to eight hits in 8 2-3 innings. Whitfield, who hit only 10 homers and drove in only 29 runs aOl last season, hit his fifth round tripper of the current campaign and raised his 1965 RBI total to 24. The New York Yankees defeated the Boston Red Sox 6-3 and the Detroit Tigers scored a 9-8, 10-inning victory over the Washington Senators in the other AL games scheduled. In the National League, St. Louis routed Philadelphia 12-2, Milwaukee bombed New York 7-1, Cincinnati ripped Pittsburgh 11-3. and San Francisco downed Chicago 2-0. The Indians ripped into Baltimore starter Dave McNally for four second-inning runs with Whitfield's two-run homer the big blow. Vic Davalillo started the rally with a single and scored on a triple by Chuck Hinton. Trouble In Ninth Siebert breezed along until the ninth when a single by pinch-hitter Jackie Brandt, an error by Davalillo and a double by Russ Snyder produced a Baltimore rrun. Manager Birdie Tebbetts, whose contract was extended this week through the 1965 season, promptly brought in Bell to end the rally. Dormant Yankee power exerted itself when Joe Pepitone and Tom Tresh hit two-run homers and Mickey Mantle weighed in with a double to lead a nine- hit attack. Mel Stottlemyre, the late-season rookie sensation of 1964, allowed 11 hits, including a triple and two singles by Chuck Schilling, but went 8 1-3 innings for his fourth victory. Pedro Ramos cleaned up in the ninth. Dick Mc^uliffe's two-run homer in the bottom of the 10th enabled the Tigers to overcome an 8-7 Washington lead produced by Don Lock's homer in the top of the inning and decided a slugfest featured by seven circuits. 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