Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on December 3, 1968 · Page 10
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, December 3, 1968
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DEBBiE DEERE By FRANK BOLLc . iHWm/'i I COULD WRITE HER. COLT ""M/ I'.WSICK. _OF BEINu JUST A _-«*\ SECRETARY, I COULDN'T HELP •HEARING, AM55 DEERE. I LOVE THE WAY _ WRITE YOUR COLUMN- OVER-\ IW >E£RE.' I IT'! you /TO THANK YOU, SUE.' '5 REVVARDIN& HELP PEOPLE' WHO HAVE EEK & MEEK ly HOWIE SCHNEIDER WHAT'S THIS, J. PAUL GHETTO' A, if. ALLEY OOP s Vw| WITHHOLDS i Sv V. T. HAMLIN 1 .SET rKETIS •XE.MCi" CF TH' »AY TMINoS siD HERE IN TH' 2GTH CENTURY.' ^\ s=s SLIT i rwr KNOW IF ITS AMY DIFFERENT FROM OUR TIME... VA>> THAI SUHY BUT HOW COULD WE t J \\\E LL JU5F H5.\t WE OLK.-HTA ,30 RETURN TO A LIFE . YcSOT x TO TAV.E WHAT BACIv T MOO AND IN A PREHISTORIC 1 ME.' COMES LIKE s-liv THERE .• ' CAVE AFTER WHAT V EVERYPOOY THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM MAN ^AM . VDOR OiO MAN/ J~ >1 -3 PRISCILLA*S POP By AL VERMEER SANDPAPER? WHAT WOULD A LITTLE c3IRI_ WANT WITH SAMD PAPER ? MY HORSE NEEDS A > RU3DQWN ROBIN MALONE By Bob Lubbers WINTHROP By DICK CAVALU Our Boarding House With Maior Hooph OUT OUR WAY By NEG COCHRAN Redlands Daily Facts 10 - Tuesday, Dec. 3, 1968 Bktk cage players quit at San Jose Fir * f baske *baii SPORTS SAN JOSE. Calif. (UPI)-The San Jose State College baskct- . ball team may be in for a long | season. For that matter, the school's entire athletic program may be in jeopardy following the latest incident involving black athletes. Four Negro players on Don ' G lines' squad refused to suit up i for Monday's Fresno State : College game and turned in their scholarships as part of a black athlete protest movement lor. campus. | The four—Darnell Hillman. C.J. Howard. Ron Tribblc and Bcrnie Mcascy — met with other members of the Black Athletes Federation earlier in Ihe day and as a group voted not !:i participate in the SJS athletics in protest of the revocation of grants-in-aid to seven black football players. The footballers had their grants taken away for refusing lo participate in Saturdays game against Brigham Young University, which they said discriminated against Negroes. A brief statement drawn up , by the basketball players said they were not participating in ' the Fresno State game "out of sympathy with our black brothers, who were unjustly deprived of their grants-in-aid because of a 'moral protest' against BYU. "Also, we do this with the belief that justice denied any black man is justice denied all black men. Until such time as the administration and the athletic department refunds the grants-in-aid originally held by the black athletes, all scholarships held by all black athletes will be considered revoked." the statement said. Prior to the start of the basketball game, which Fresno State won. 72-69. and during the playing of the National Anthem, the majority of the black students in the stand.-, raised clenched fists and bowed their heads in the black power salute The salute was similar to the gesture made by two San .lost' athletes-—Lommie Smith and John Carlo.-—during the medal presentation ceremonies in the recent Mexico Olympics. Nagk wins golf ; CHR1STCIIURCH. NZ <UPI> —Kcl Naglc of Australia easily won his sixth New ealand Open golf championship with a 72-hole score of 272—seven strokes ahead of ninnerup Frank Phillips of Australia. UCLA starts season ranked in top spot NEW YORK turn—Mighty UCLA, beginning the final "year of the Lew Alcindor era. continues to hold the lofty position it has occupied most of the time the past two seasons as the No. I major college basketball team in the country. Coach John Wooden's Bruins, led by the 7 ft. l 'i inch Alcindor and backed up by sophomore whiz Curtis Rowc. were the unanimous choice for the top spot in the United Press International preseason ratings released today. The Bruins, who have compiled a fantastic 63-1 record during Alcindor's first two years at the Los Angeles school, were considered the No. 1 team in the national by all member.-, of the UPI coaches rating board who submitted preseason ballots. A total of 28 coaches balloted in the preseason poll to give the Bruins a total of 280 points ami a 85 point margin over second ranked North Carolina. The Tar Heels, who lost to UCLA in last season's NCAA championship game, received 19 second place votes and wound up with 215 points. Final football team rankings NEW YORK lUPIi — The United Press International top 20 major college football learns ol 196S. with first place vote.- and won-ln-t-ticd records in parentheses, tilth and final v. cek' Team Points 1. x-Ohio St. 128' ' 0-01 ;':',4 2. X-So Cal (4i t 9-0-1 i 277 3. Penn State (2i ' 3-01 27-' •t. x-Gcorgia IS-H-2I 2-'7 5. x-Tcxas iS-t-1 • 174 6 x-Kansas < y-1 • 14S 7. x-lenncssee \S-l-1 > S. x-Notre Dame < 7-2-1) I'M !». x-Arkansas (9-11 9.' 10. x-Oklahoma (7-3 > CI x-Completed season. Second 10—11. Purdue 120): 12. Alabama (17); 13. Oregon Slate (12); 14. Florida State ill 1 : 15. Michigan (i>: 16. Southern Methodist (4>: 17. Missouri (3): IS. tie. Ohio University and Minnesota (2): 20. tic. Houston and Stanford 11). • Kentucky, which expects to provide veteran Coach Aclolph Rupp with his 800th career [victory sometime this season. I was third with 165 points, followed by Notre Dame with 114 and Kansas with 113. Houston, only team to hand UCLA a defeat during Alcindor's first two years, picked up 86 points for sixth place, followed by Davidson with 63. New Mexico 59. Villunova 3S and Cincinnati 56. Purdue, with Rick Mount back for his junior year, grabbed off 11th place with 52 points. Next in line were S*. Bonaventure with 46. New Mexico State with 34. Ohio State with 30. a tic for 15th place between Western Kentucky and Duke with 22 each. Santa Clara '161. Southern California (15'. Florida 114 > and California (12!. Rivals clash at Hollypark INGLEWOOD ' UPI i—C.aytidc the Croat and Jean Daily match strides again in the S6.300 featured trot at one mile tonight at Hollywood Park Gaytido the Great has recorded three victories during the meeting, but ha- lost to rival .lean Daily in other meetings. Knight Valor. Prince Kam. Crafty 1.obeli and Isetta Rodney round out the field in the claiming clash Dusty II. Forbes w;i- a cme- from-hchind winner M •> n d a y night m the SS.000 A/tisa ("lann- ing Handicap. The lu-yoar-oltl scored by 1'.- lengths over Speeder Pick to return 5S 20 l.aird was third. AAU opens convention LAS VEGAS UPI -Some S.Vi delegate- from the 50 states gathered today to open the Slst annual convention of the Amateur Athletic Union. Among the topics lo he discussed on the crowded agenda of the five-day meeting is the controversial "cash-in-show" payoff disclosure which rocked the recent Olympic Games in Mexico Citv. Post Sfaggs fail army physicals FORT ORD. Calif. (UTI>— The San Diego Chargers' hope for overtaking the American Football League's western division leaders got a big boost Monday when two starters were found unfit for military duty. Lt. Col. James Cody, public information officer at Fort Or!, said Dick Post, a halfback. ;i"d Jeff Staggs. a linebacker. fa'Ki their physical examinations a week ago. Post, who underwent a ki^e cartilage operation last win'?:, was rejected because of the repaired knee and Army do:- o s said a bad shoulder disqualif ed Stages from active duty. Neither injury has sideline.! the pair from playing footuali, hewevcr. A board of three medical ••"floors formally approved discharges for Post and Siagqs Monday night, making it passi­ ble for them to get out of uniform and their S105 a monl'i basic pay in time for the Chargers' weekend game with Kansas City. Post and Stags.-, both 2!. have been placed on •permanent sick call" since undergoing the physicals. The Chargers, one game behind Kansas City and Oakland in the AFL's Western Division, nect the Chiefs and Raiders i l the final two weeks of th« season. Two other San Diego playo.s rookies Lane Fenncr and D'-k Farlcy. passed their Army physicals and were ordered to six months active duty as members of Headquarters Co.. 3rd Battalion. 185th Armored of the California National Guard. Gordie Howe nears another hockey 'first' NEW YORK IUPII—Ve'eran •orciic lltwc is "only" third in the National Hockey League -coriiv: standings hut he'- oil the thre.-hold ol another "fir-l" :n his .-toned career. Howe, the -S'l-year-old right of ihe Detroit Red Wing> who keep.- up with players half h;s age. needs just one more goal \J become the first player :o reach the 700 mark. Howe has 11 goals this year to boost his career to'al to 699 and also has 20 assists for a total of 31 points. Howe's next came will be Wednesday night in Philadelphia. Bobby Hull of the Chicago Blacks Hawks maintained his lead last week as he now has 16 goals and 23 assists for 39 points. m CHRISTMAS ALMOST WASN'T By Jack Kent WHO 16 y HE'S THE SPIRIT Or 6Nltt6. \ "SAMTA 1 EVEWOWE. ICOKb TOEWARD CI.AU6* 1 TO HtS CHRISTMAS * / PR£t>EMCfc, WITH Hit) •JOLLY" 'HO, HO. HO.", UX>..) -v. -"~— ' FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By MERRILL BLOSSER EVER?/"TIME X WENTTbSEE fitf GiRU HER. ©KAUDPA U5EDT06PJE ME FITS/ PKETElsWSHe V: AS R3EMDLY— ftjrUMDEE.- KeMH vrnewAS OLD I WATCHED HM ORRWA BOARD one PAY, OUST YOU'RE POM-AM- . THEN IT HAPPENED' * /'ME MADE A , ( QUICK W/ o n»i IT MU, he ttt i» iii f»L at CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER

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