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Sherman hurls Bulldogs to NAIA playoff win By TAM IRVING PASADENA — AU-SCIAC hurler Gary Sherman pitched the University o£ Redlands Bulldogs into the finals of the NAIA District III basebaH playoffs today with a 6-4 win over C a 1 Western here yesterday. Coach Paul Taylor's Bulldogs meet Westmont of Santa Barbara at 2 o'clock today in Brookside Park, next to the Rose Bowl in the district finals. Westmont scored a 3-2 win over La Verne to gain the finals. The winner of the UR vs. Westmont game is eligible to go to the NAIA Area 1 playoffs in Medford, Oregon. After allowing the first two batters to gain the basepaths in the opening stanza, Sherman and the Bulldogs settled down to play steady baseball. The winning twirler struck out six while allowing 13 hits but walking none. A dribbling hit and bunt allowed the first two Cal Western players to get on in the first inning. UR Scores Redlands came blasting back in the bottom of the third inning after the losers had scored in the top half of the third. Catcher John Jenkins walked, Sherman bunted and was safe at first, second baseman Dave Wegner bunted and the pitcher dropped the ball. Ted Acres slashed out a single scoring Jenkins and Sher-, man and then Derek Shelton slapped out another single for the three-run frame. Not content with the 3-1 lead, the Bulldogs came right back in the fourth and added tliree more for the winning margin. Left fielder Dayton, who made a great diving catch in the fourth, walked, Jenkins singled and then a balk sent both runners to second and third and Sherman came to bat. Winning Runs Sherman hit a shot for a fielder's choice and both Dickey and Jenkins scored on the play while Sherman went to second on an error. Another single by Bob Beck sent the Bulldog twirler across the plate for the final run. The Westerners came back in the top of the fifth pushing across three runs and four hits and one UR error. Dave Wegner had the base- paths io himself as he stole three bases during the game. He now has picked off 23 during the season. The CW pitcher made two balks during the game which advanced Redlands runners to scoring position both times. Redlands AB R. H. Wegner 2b 3 1 1 Acres ss 2 0 Beck rf 5 0 Shelton cf 5 0 Banning 3b 4 0 Townsend lb 3 0 Dickey If 3 1 Jenkins c 3 2 Sherman p 3 2 FINAL RUN — Winning pitcher Gory Sherman crosses the plate for the final University of Redlands run as they scored a 6-4 playoff victory over Cai Western yesterday. CW catcher Jim Mottershav/ had the ball but was unable to tag Sherman as he crossed the plate. UR catcher John Jenkins, 19, cheers the pitcher on. A single to left field by Bob Beck sent the twirler ocross. Facts Photo by Tam Irving Dodgers lose 4-3 Cubs fwo-run homer too myeh for Drysdale CHICAGO (UPI)—The Los Angeles Dodgers haven't exactly overawed the Chicago Cubs either at home or on the road and unless the invaders can take two in a row, the Chicago team will own a season edge thus far in 1965. Their three - game series closes out Sunday. After five games, four of them at Los Angeles, the Cubs held a 3-2 advantage, having taken the margin Friday when Dick Ellsworth beat Don Drysdale. Sandy Koufax opposed Cal Koonce in today's contest for the first time this season. Johnny Podrcs was slated to start for the Dodgers Sunday, having flown in from Los Angeles after missing the Houston series. Ellsworth, who lost a heartbreaking one-hitter to the Dodgers at Los Angeles a week ago, scored Friday's win despite allowing 14 hits. In the "jgame he lost at Los Angeles, 'the only hit was Al Fcrrera's three-run homer in the eighth. The Cubs turned to the home run as their big weapon in de- ^ifeating Drysdale. Catcher Vic Totals 31 6 Cal Western AB R. Wetzel ss 5 1 Sewall cf 5 1 Oberhaus rt 5 1 Hatfield If 5 1 Chambl's 3b 4 0 Bushone lb 3 " M'tershaw c 4 0 Falar 2b ^ 0 Woodson p 3 0 Dolthin ph 1 ^ Shriver p " " Roznovsky's two-run homer in the sixth inning powered the Cubs to their 4-3 victory. Third baseman Ron Santo previously had homered in the fourth inning. The Chicago victory snapped Drysdale's four-game winning streak and Ellsworth was the first southpaw to beat the Dodgers after Los Angeles had trounced five lefthanders in a row. The Dodgers went into a tie with the Cubs in the fourth on Jeff Torborg's second major league home run. But Santo put Chicago ahead in the bottom of the stanza and Roznovsky closed the gate with his four- bagger although the Dodgers added single runs in the seventh and ninth innings. Koufax took the mound in today's game with a record of 74 strikeouts in 64 innings and after fanning 13 men in each of his last two games. Koonce was the starter against Drysdale at Los Angeles last Saturday but was not charged withe the loss as he went seven innings. Following Sunday's game, the Dodgers return home to open Monday against the the world's champion St. Louis Cardinals. Angels edge White Sox 1-0, players whoop it up Totals 39 Score by innings: Cal Western..001 030 000—4 13 3 Redlands ... .003 300 OOx—6 Chaffey nine wins first CIF piqyoff game Chaffey high pitcher Kenny Burt held visiting La Puente to four hits yesterday as the CBL champion Tigers scored a 3-0 win in the first round of the CIF baseball playoffs. The victory boosted Chaffey's season record to.22-2 and earned the Tigers a shot at Hueneme, a 7-1 winner over Inglewood ! pittsburoh a second round playoff game' " Tuesday. The site of the contest will be determined by the fhp ol a coin. La Puente ....000 000 0—0 4 1 Chaffey 002 100 x—3 9 3 l> LOS ANGELES (UPD— If 2 Tommy John wasn't overjoyed J; today on his 22nd birthday, ho J j could be excused because the gl youthful Chicago White Sox suf- Q- fered a heart-breaking defeat _jlast night. 13 1 John lost 1-0 to the Los Angeles Angels even though he gave up only three hits while J i Fred Newman emerged the win- 'ner although tagged for eight hits. The victory still left the An- STANDINGS National League W. L. Pet. GB Los Angeles 23 12 .657 ... Cincinnati 20 St. Louis 19 San Francisco 19 Milwaukee Chicago Philadelphia Houston New York .606 .559 .543 .533 .500 .471 .459 .382 .294 12 V2 Valley college adds coach in gymnastics San Bernardino Valley College has added something new — a gymnastics coach. Richard Lee Gaskell of Albany, Oregon, has been hired as SBVC's first full-time gymnastics coach and physical education instructor. He is currently coaching at Albany High and teachmg an extension course in his specialty at Oregon State University. "The college hired Gaskell to set up an intercollegiate gymnastics program," Sylvester (Babe) Heinberg, SBVC athletic director said. It is also planned that Gaskell will offer evening division courses for teachers and f.^. majors in the skills, methods and techniques of tumbling and gymnastics. Friday's Results Chicago 4 Los .Angeles 3 Cincinnati 6 Philadelphia 5, n Pittsburgh 6 Milwaukee 1, n St. Louis 5 New York 4, n San Francisco 8 Houston 1, n Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Chicago Philadelphia at Cincinnati Pittsburgh at Milwaukee New Y'ork at St. Louis San Francisco at Houston American League W. L. Pet. GB Chicago 23 10 .697 Jlinnesota 21 12 .636 2 Cleveland 17 13 .567 41 i Detroit 18 15 .545 5 Baltimore IS 16 .529 5Vb Los Angeles 19 17 .528 5V2 Boston 14 18 .438 8V2 New Y'ork 14 20 .412 9Vi Washington 14 21 .400 10 Kansas City 8 24 .250 141/2 Friday's Results Washington 5 New Y'ork night Cleveland 11 Boston 6, night Baltimore 5 Detroit 2, night Los Angeles 1 Chicago 0. night Minnesota 6 Kansas City 4, n Sunday's Games Chicago at Los Angeles Kansas City at Minnesota Baltimore at Detroit, 2 Boston at Cleveland, 2 Washington at New York, 2 gels in sixth place but the way they were whooping it up in their clubhouse after the game it sounded like they had shot into the American League lead, "I hope this win picks us up," grinned Newman as he received congratulations on the victory. "It was an important one because if we can beat Chicago, we can beat anybody." The Angels went into the contest with the dubious record of having lost four straight to the White Sox at Chicago last weekend. And it looked like No. 5 was in the making the way John pitched. The slim youngster retired the first 16 men he faced and he didn't give up a hit until the seventh inning but got out of that frame without a run. In the eighth, however, Lou Clinton broke out of a batting slump that had dropped his average to .194 by leading off with a single. Catcher Bob Rodgers sacrificed him to second. Bobby Knoop then singled solidly to right field to send Clinton home with the only run of the game. Newman, who had given up seven hits in the first eight in nings, gave up a leadoff single to shortstop Ron Hansen in the ninth. That was the signal for .Angel manager Bill Rigney to signal to his bullpen. Bob Lee took over with the tieing run, at first, got catcher John Romano to hit mto a dou- bleplay and Smoky Burgess to fly out, preserving the shutout victory. It was Lee's eighth "save" of the season and dropped his earned run average to 1.57. The White Sox send Gary Pe^ ters, 4-2, against the Angels' Marcelino Lopez, 5-3, tonight and the series closes out Sunday when Dean Chance, 3-2, opposes Chicago's Joel Horlen, 4-3. U.S. AID BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, (UPI) — The United States has provided 305 tons of flour, milk and vegetable oil for flood relief in Serbia, the Yugoslav news agency Tanjug reported Thursday. RHS sporfs awards set Wednesday The Annual Benchwarmer awards banquet for Redlands high tennis, baseball and golf teams will be held Wednesday evening starting at 6:30 p.m. in Terrier Hall. Speakers for the evening will be tennis coach Paul Womack, baseball coach Joe DeMaggio and golf coaeh Bob Hahn. Tickets for the affair can be purchased at the Redlands high administration building. net team leading in NAIA playoffs University oi Redlands tennis team moved into a 4-point lead in the opening round of the NAIA District III net playoffs yesterday on the Bulldog courts. The semifinals were played this morning and the finals are this afternoon. Leading the way for coach Jim Verdieck's Bulldogs were John Yeomans Bill Schoen and Bill Peacock who all won their first-round matches. Team scores at the halfway point are Redlands 6, Cal Western 2, Occidental 1, and University of California Riverside, zero. Y'esterday's Results: Singles First round — John Yeomans (R) def. Tanaka (UCR), 6-0, 6-4; Bill Yeomans (0) def. Pritzker (UCR), 6-1, 6-4; Schoen (R) def. Gotses (CW), 6-4, 6-3; Rolph (CW) def. Peacock (R), 6-4, 6-0. Doubles First round — Schoen & Yeomans (R) def. Tanaka & Milne (UCR), 6-1, 6-3; Morris & Hamilton (R) def. Pitzker & Beachman (UCR), 4-6, 6-2, 6-2; Ciano & Peacock (R) def. Bragonier & ConneUy (CW), 6-1, 8-6; Rolph & Gotses (CW) def. Reis & Nelson (R), 6-2, 6-3. Team scores: Redlands 6, Cal Western 2, Occidental 1, UCR 0. Police guard Clay, fear violence CHICOPEE, Mass. (UPI) — The normal tension building in Cassius Clay's training camp toward next Tuesday's heavyweight title fight with Sonny Liston reached a premature peak today in the presence of a dozen gun-carrying police. Authorities moved quickly Friday following a warnmg from New York investigators of a possible new outbreak of violence against the members of the Muslim religious sect of which champion Clay is a prom- "ment member. Led by lanky ex-Marine Henry Kulig, the entire Chicopee police department mobilized to guard Clay against any possible violence. Kulig personally directed a force of four uniformed officers and seven plain clothes detectives who escorted the 23- year-old Clay even on trips to his w i f e's adjoining room, through the lobby and to the dining room of his Schine Inn training camp. Liston Nonchalant Challenger Liston was nonchalant about the massive police protection plans as he boxed a total of five rounds Friday against two sparring mates at his Poland Spring, Maine, training camp. He offered no opinion when asked to comment on the 200-man-plus police force that would oversee the bout at the central Maine Youth Center Tuesday night in Lewiston, Maine. Listen's workout Friday was viewed by Canadian heavyweight king George Chuvalo and his trainer, Ted McWorther, who both conceded that the challenger may have been playing "possum" in his five-round sparring session. "I wasn't overly impressed," the Canadian said, "it was the first time I saw Liston work so maybe he wasn't really extending himself." Chuvalo, of Toronto, is the world's fourth- ranked heavyweight contender. Personal Body Guard In addition to police, Clay's personal body guard, a gun- carrying member of the Muslims' special guard, remained at the champions shoulder throughout the day and his 16- member entronage spent most of its time within a few feet of the young boxer. Clay insisted that special precautions and the threat that brought them about did not bother him. But his protestations sounded hollow after members of his party had repeatedly warned newsmen against questioning the champion about the hurried police activity. Clay finally agreed to entertain five writers following a 60- minute workout in which he pounded the light and heavy punching bags, skipped rope, shadow boxed and did calisthenics. Even the lightest tap on the champion's dressmg room door brought two or three members of his party mcluding his massive sparring partners quickly into motion during the brief talk with writers. Moreno shoots for sixth win SAN JOSE, Calif. (UPI) Featherweight Ricardo Moreno shoots for his sixth straight knockout tonight when he takes on Beto Maldonado of Los Angeles in a lO-round bout at the San Jose Civic Auditorium. He is hopeful that a victory over Maldonado will gain him a fight with Alex Benite of San Jose this summer. AAU swim meet at RHS still on tomorrow Redlands AAU Swimming meet being held in the Redlands high pools will continue tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with top junior swimmers from Los Angeles to Indio battling for prizes. The first half of the meet ends today at 4 p.m. The two-day affair is sponsored by the Redlands Boosters for Swimming and the Redlands Junior Chamber of Commerce. It is the first AAU meet held in the city and the first major non-school competition in the new RHS facility. First, second and third place winners will receive medals while fourth, fifth and sixth place finishers will be aw'arded ribbons. Sharon Entrekin, 1965 Miss Redlands, is the official hostess for the meet and will present many of the awards. Tickets to the meet can be purchased at the gate for 75 cents. Soros holds four stroke lead in Memphis Open MEMPI -nS, Tenn. (UPI) —' Tranquil Julius Boros took a four stroke lead into the back- sti-etch of the $60,000 Memphis Open today but the 16-year veteran of the tour wasn't picking out flowers for the winner's circle. The 45-year-old Fort Lauderdale, Fla., pro's 64 was low for tlie day and his 36-hole total of 130, lO-under-par Friday was the lowest second round score of the current Professional Golfers Association competition this year. It also was Boros' best round since 1958 at St. Paul but he gingerly recalled that he had a 129 one year in Tucson and then didn't win. Boros, whose best finish here was eighth in 1960 and twice withdrew because of muscle Baseball for Boys ELKS Majors Pratt Brothers catcher Dave Dykstra singled and doubled twice to drive in a pair of runs leading Pratts to a 8-4 decision over Stater Brothers. For the winners. Chuck Bellue and Pete McGaffigan each had a pair of hits while David Chamberlain doubled. Richy Hughes doubled and singled for Stater Brothers and Mike Patrick, Jerry Keith, Wayne Gordineer, Jim Anderson and Billy Lantz each had singles. Pratts 113 201—8 8 0 Staters 002 110—4 7 0 Steve Butler, Joe Coyazo (5) and Dave Dykstra; Wayne Gordineer, Ed Fey (5) and Don Dickey, Mike Patrick (3). Minor Pratt Brothers had the tying run on with two out but failed to bring them in as they fell to Stater Brothers, 11-9. Tim Riedler relieved starter Kim Orwig in the third and got the win. Pratts 320 4— 9 7 2 Staters 047 x—11 8 1 Daii Rigmcuden, Pete Serve- son{3) and Garcia; Kim Orwig, Tim Reidler (3) and DeNicoli, DoU (3). OPTIMIST Major Joe Nieto and Tony Garcia combined to blank Gaugh Plumbing on two hits, 8-0. A six-run second inning on hits by Tom Garcia and Jon Speer gave Gair's the win. In the fourth, Tony Garcia tripled and Tom Garcia picked up his second single for the only other two Gair's hits. Daryl Cox picked up a smgle in the third off Joe Nieto and Roger Stafford drilled a double in the sixth for the lone hit given up by Garcia. Gair's 060 200-8 4 0 Gaugh Plumbing 000 000—0 3 3 Nieto, Garcia (4) and Tom Garcia; Kevin Cover, David Clem (2) and John Neely. Minor Dave Williamson doubled in the winning run in the bottom of the last inning as Gaugh Plumbing defeated Gair's, 11-10. Robert Huntsman and Frank Sepulveda each had extra base hits for the winners in the third while David Reeves singled and tripled for Gair's in two appearances. Gair's 070 30—10 10 1 Gaugh Plumbing 304 22—11 5 1 Larry Rojas, Richard Torres (3) and Bill Heermans, Pat Brown I5); Huntsman, Sepulveda (3) and Dave Williamson. KIWANIS Reliever John Haight took over for Craig Caron in the fifth and allowed only one man to reach base on an error as he picked up a win for the Banner Mattress Dodgers, 7-4. The Dodgers picked up an early lead with four runs in the first inning but Gerrard's Braves scored a run in the second and three in the third to tie before both starters were taken out. In the fifth inning, Jim Fulmer singled and, while headed for home on a throwing error, twisted his ankle and pinch runner Dennis Soto replaced him at third. The next pitch was thrown wildly and Soto scampered home with the winning run. With one out in the fifth, Dan Wilson drove in John Sewell for the first of two insurance runs. Dodgers 400 021—7 8 3 Braves 013 000—4 4 3 Craig Caron, John Haight (5) and Tom Walters, Jerry Bauerle (5); Dean Tharaldson, Jim Brejtfus (5) and Mike Mc(Juire. Farrars' Redlegs jumped to a first inning three-run lead and were never touched as they bombed Grisamore's Giants, 112. Gary Habekost went two-for- two for the winners with a double and a single while Richard Green singled twice in three trips for the Redlegs. Chuck Bennett and Gary Platz combined to pitch the win as each one allowed only one hit. For the Giants in the third, Charlie Roberts hit the ball sharply through the middle to drive in a run, and, in the fourth, Craig Ledbetter. singled for the only other Giant hit. Giants 001 10— 2 2 4 Redlegs 304 4x—11 7 0 Ken Spangler, Ralph Garcia (4), Bill McKee (4) and Steve Brown, Ralph Garcia (4); Chuck Bennett, Gary Platz (4) and Richard Green. RHS netters win first CIF playoff match Redlands high Tennis team stormed past visiting West Covina 24-4 yesterday in the first round of the CIF, Large School division playoffs. Coach Paul Womack's netters will meet either Newport or Downey high Tuesday at 3 p.m. at a yet undetermined site. The Terriers have been runner-ups for the last two years in Uie large school division !o Santa Monica. If the Terriers continue through the draw, they will meet Santa Monica again this year in the final match. The Terrier mentor plans to use almost the same lineup in the next match with Don Grit- fifths replacing Bill Goldie as Jack Van Wieren's doubles partner. The RHS netters iost only one set in the singles play and split in two doubles matches to allow the West Covina team their points. Singles — Borhnstedt (Rad) def. Perttula, 6-0; def. Schcch- ter. 6-0: def. .Maendson, 6-1; def. Pelmear, 6-0. Newcomer (Red) def. Schechter, 6-2; def. Perttula, 7-5; def. Pelmear, 6-1; def Maendson, 6-1. Jimenez (Red) def. Maendson. 6-0; def. Pel­ mear. 6-1; def. Perttula, 6-1; def. Schechter, 6-2. Hill (Red) def. Pelmear, 6-1; def. Maend­ son. 6-1; def. Schechter, 6-2; lost to Perttula, 6-3. Doubles— Verdieck & Sheldon (Red) def. Krauss & Smith, 6-0, 6-0; def. Lee & Robinson, 6-2, 6-0. Van Wieren & Goldie (Red) split with Lee & Robinson, 6-2, 0-6; split with Krauss & Smith,^ 5-7, 6 -4. At Empire Bowl: City of Hope Standings: Van Wieren Bros. 88-40, Her Highness 79-49, Levines 79-49, Shawver Shell 7256, Emerieh and McDowell 7058, Pee Wee 66-62, Village Barbers 6VA-66V2, PCA 54-74, Citro- graph 54-74, Basket of Beauty 55V4 -72'/^, Medallion 46-82, L & B Supply 43-85. High Game—June Pardo 204. High Series—Gabi Rea 492. 200 Club—June Pardo 204. Night Ladies Standings: Garvey Motors 9252, Sally Shops 81-63, Harold's Shoes 791 /3 -64%, Wayne Gossett Ford 79-65, Jo Nann's 78-66, Style Salon 75-69, Morbitzers 6876, Mac's Beer 65V2 -78V '2, Steak Eater Inn 55Vi -88V2, Custom Concrete 46 %-97y2. High Game — Sally Childers 216. High Series—Dot Weis 523. 200 Club—Sally Childers 216, Dot Mullinex 214, Betty Maxwell 210, Dot Weis 201. Junior Women Two Standings: Redlands Camera 59-37, Brookside Dairy 58-38, Huishens Sheet Metal 54-42, Audio Visual 54-42, Balaban Auto Eelectric 52-44, Servisoft 49-45, De Witts Paint 48V4-47'/i, Advertiser 45-51, Citrus Liquor 44'/4-51%, Harolds Shoes 44 - 52, Reading Tire and Brake 35-61, Gairs 32-63. High Game—Gabi Roe 180. High Series—Marilj-n Shirtcliff 465. Junior Women One Standings: Van's Plumbmg 6630, A. J. Soares Realty 54 - 42, Emerieh & McDoweU 5214-43^4, Redlands Plumbing 5145, Sack's Footwear 51-45, The Bootery 4848, Brookside Beauty 48-48, Sky aches, actually set two 1965 precedents Thursday. His four stroke lead was the largest margin on this year's PGA tour. But the veteran pro still wasn't counting any chickens with 71 other pros and one amateur, Deane Beman, bunched behind him from 134 to 144. His nearest threats were big George Archer and Gene Littler but early favorite Jack Nicklaus showed a burst of steam Thursday with two eagles to end up in a knot at 135 with Texas rookie Homero Blancas and Australian Bruce Crampton, who had a second round 65. First round leaders Mason Rudolph and Bob McCalUster fell back with matching 71st to join five others at 136. Angels replace Piersall with Gene Smith LOS .ANGELES (UPI)— The Los Angeles Angels have replaced injured Jim Piersall by purchasing the contract of veteran outfielder Bobby Gene Smith from Seattle in the Pacific Coast League. Piersall was placed on the disabled list after fracturing bis kneecap when he crashed into a wall Tuesday night. Smith, who played formerly for St. Louis and Philadelphia had hit .278 in 23 games with three home runs at Seattle. The Angels acquired him earlier in the year from the Red Sox organization. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads berg Construction 47-49, Marchese Masonry 43-53, Electronic Wholesale 42-54, Jacinto and Son 41 '/2 -54Vi, Western Auto 32-64. High Game—Pearl Van Zanten 256. High Series—Pearl Van Zanten 556. 200 Club— Pearl Van Zanten 256, Carol Marchese 207, Doris Figgins 203, Ann Dailey 215. Redlands Teachers Standmgs: Flip Flops 51 '/2- 38V4, Hopefuls 50V^-39 '»2, D y e- hards 50-40, Chuckles 50-40, Dillys 49-41, Non Verbals ilVz-iZ^h, Blossoms 47-43, Alley Cats 4347, Aces 42-48, Crafty Ones 3951, Loud Ones 37-53, Troubadours 33V2-561/4. High Game — Chuck Turner 209, Mary Lou Bailey 189. High Series—Fred Bandel 567, Diane Lowry 515. 200 Club — Stan Young 208, Chuck Turner 209. At Tri City Bowl: Scratch Trio Standings: Duchauies' Trio 93, Three Mugs 8-4, Andersons' Mobil 4-8, Bills' Douglas 3-9. High Series — Harold Steven 834. High Game—Gordy Northrup 219. 200 Club—Harold Steven 266, Gordy Northrup 219, Wilma Alexander 213, Ivan Buck 205, Pat Riley 204, ilike Holder 210. Drag boats in action at Skiland Tomorrow, the fastest drag boats in the Southland will provide lots of action at Skiland, near Ferris. The National Drag Boat Association meet will feature many of the top names in the business who will be competing for over $1000 in cash prizes and trophies. Tom Weeda of Tustin, who drove "El Tigre" a smashing 155.84 mph to take Top Elimma tor in the April meet, will be back with his brand new Sanger hydro, trying for the 180 mph mark. Other outstanding drivers appearing will be Jean Jennewine, Barry McCowan, Ted Phillips, Bob Gamer, Jack Seiburgh, and many others. Jack Seiburgh, driving Jack Nichols' "Witch" will be experimenting with a new racing engine—a 380 cu. in. blown fuel inpected Chrysler — built by Eddie Weinberg. Skiland is located 16 miles south of Riverside on Hwy 395. Take the 4th Street turnoff in Perris. Admission is $1.50—children under 10 are admitted free. Qualifying begins at 7 a.m. and elimination*' at 1 p.m. Redfancfs OaWy Facts Saturday, May 22, 1965-y Four top-seeded players in > • s PORTOLA VALLEY, Calif. (UPD—The four top-seeded men moved into today's semifinal action at the California • State Tennis Tournament at pine Hills. Veteran Tom Brown almost turned in the upset when lie took second-ranked Chuck McKinley to match point before losing, 4-6. 6-4, 7-5. Top-seeded Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield dispatched Ian Crookenden of New Zealand, 5-7, 6-1, 8-6. in another thriller. Third ranked Arthur Ashe of Los Angeles, the defending champ, dispatched Jim McManus of Berkeley, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, and fourth ranked Charles Pas- arell had the easiest time with Tom Edelfsen of Piedmont, 6-4, 6-1. Semi-finalists in the women's singles include Billie Jean Moffitt of Long Beach, Kathy Herter of Seal Beach, Rosemary Casals of San Francisco, and Lynne Abbes of Orinda. Men's doubles semi-finalists include Cliff Mayne-Hugh Ditzler of Berkeley; Ashe-Edelfsen, Pasarell-Crookenden, and Ralston-McKinley, who got a stiff fight from Henry Kamakana-Cliff victory Friday before wmning 11-9, 3-6, 6-0. Stock cars to drag at Riverside RIVERSIDE — An all stock car drag race is slated for Riverside International Raceway's quarter-mile strip tomorrow featuring an array of factory ex- perimcntals, super stocks and gas coupes and sedans. Gates open for Sunday's meet at 9 a.m. and eliminations are scheduled to begin promptly at 1 p.m. Riverside Raceway is located five miles from downtown Riverside on U.S. Highway 60 and 395. DIRECT FROM THE NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR >Stunt Events! Orange Show Speedway San Bernardino SAT. NITE. MAY 22 8:30 P.M. Reg. Admission $2.00 FREE '/2 .PRICE TICKETS at White Front Stores ONTARIO AND SAN BERNARDINO

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