The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on March 16, 1962 · Page 25
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THE DAILY SUN C-l tF ji n n. ii Fri., March 16, 1962 n I n mm J0t jmn,m SPORT Hubbs Whacks ! ZZJJ j W - I I by CLAUDE ANDERSON Second Homer With One On Hobbie Works Five Innings For Victors fp ; . ; If. . ysM .J Monday Busy Day in Baseball Mondays normally are hum-drum days, utilized for doing the washing and recovering from the weekend, but not so with the Monday coming up. s 1 : IN NAIA TOURNEY Orange Ousted By Favorites KANSAS CITY (AP Top-) WcstiiuiiMer will fate the win- First off, Manager Irv Noren and his Hawaiian Islanders open up their spring camp at Perris Hill Park, with two workouts billed Monday 10 a.m. to noon, and 1 to 3 p.m. Then, about 55 miles away, the Los Angeles Angels return to their Palm Springs camp to take on the Chicago Cubs at J: 30 p.m. While driving out to the spa, you can catch Vin Scully's dulcet tones describing the Dodgers in action against Kansas City from Palm Beach. The Cubs' final visit to Palm Springs has more than passing interest locally, for Ken Hubbs of Colton is making a strong bid for the regular second base berth with Chicago. - The Hubbs family drove the 350-plus miles to Arizona last weekend, and saw Ken go 2-for-5 at Mesa Saturday and 3-for-5 Sunday at Scottsdale. ', Hubbs drilled out two hits Monday, then Tuesday slugged seeded Westminster t l a. ad - .nrr of the linai g:mw iietwecn a homer against San Francisco. Wednesday he poked a double, yesteixiay he swatted his second circuit clout on the Cactus circuit. He hammered a homer in the Cubs' final intrasquad game, which won't count in the spring standings. The biggest Monday of the spring comes up on April 2, when the Angels and Dodgers collide at the Palm Springs Polo Grounds. The 4,200 seats should be bulging for that one, despite it being a week-day clash. Another event upcoming Monday is the annual meeting of the Citrus Belt League baseball coachus with the Orange Empire Sportswriters Association, which will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Ontario American Legion Hall. Fontana has won the CBL the past three seasons, but Coach Dick Drake's Steelers may have a tough time repeating, particularly with Chaffey back in the fold. .1 s vanced to the semifinals of tlu'SoulheasU'in Oklahonui and ler- National Intercollegiate (NAIA'ijris Institute tMiih.i. Basketball Tournament, eliminat-j Orange Stale held the IVnnsyl- ing urangc Mate icain.i oAjvama cluu to a ji-.'i margin ai Chaney Greatest Terrier I ... rJ i if if V-:-. Lovely Shirley Talbot shows it IT ( 1 j T..tr. a .,sur .... .. , . TO THE VICTORS - SHORT SLANTS Whenever groups of Redlands fans gather to discuss the merits of athletes in various sports, they may argue about who's best in a particular event in modern Terrier history . . . But there's never any controversy on who's the greatest all-around athlete at Redlands High in the past three decades the answer has to be Roger Chaney. Chaney gained All-California Interscholastic Federation honors both in football and baseball for the Terriers, and was all-league in basketball ... As a native of Redlands, and close to the picture for 30 years, I would unequivocally second the motion on Chaney. ftoger went on to earn all-conference honors twice in football at the University of Redlands, and would have been in baseball . . . However, Chaney signed with the New York Yanks out of high school, so wasn't eligible with the Bulldogs. Despite an expensive operation at the Mayo Clinic, Chaney may lose the sight in one eye, and it's possible that he may never be able to lift his arms above his shoulders ... To .stock car driver in the nation last year, the trophies that will be presented at Sunday afternoon's 200-mile LTSxC National Championship late model stock car race at Riverside Raceway. White will be teamed with Indianapolis veteran Bill Chees-bourg in 1962 Fords for the two 100-mile heats around the paved 2.5!)-mile road course. 31ESA, Ariz. (AT) The Los Angeles Angels got very little mileage out of 13 base hits yesterday and lost their third straight exhibition game, this time to the Chicago Cubs, 7-3. The Cubs came up with three less hits but two of them were home runs by outfielder Bob Will and rookie second baseman Ken Hubbs. Hubbs swat came with a man on base. It was the second spring homer for the 20-year-old sensation from Colton. Hubbs is a graduate of the Little League. He played for the Colton team which reached the finals of the Little League World Series seven years ago. Angel Manager Bill Rigney and Elvin Tappe, acting as head coach for the Cubs, extended their pitchers for the first time. Chicago Ace Glen Hobbie worked five innings, allowing eight hits and two runs. Ted Bowsfield and George Witt each worked four innings for the Angels. Bowsfield gave up four runs and seven hits. Witt three runs on as many hits. COLTS SCORE APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. fAPl Houston's Colts won their spcond exhibition eame yesterday and it was over the same club ;they had scored their first Oeveland. The Colts used four hits judiciously in beatine Cleveland 4-2 and made it despite a two-run homer by Mel Roach in the seventh, lhe Colts jammed three runs across in the sixth. In two eames with Cleveland, Houston Ditching has allowed only three runs in 18 innings. Floyd Weaver, a rookie who took over in the sixth, was the ivictim of the Houston 3-run blast because of two hits, two walks and an error. RED sox wrv PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - Southpaw rookie Dick Holden of the San Francisco Giants wild-pitched home the winning run in the 11th inning for a 7-6 Boston Red Sox-victory yesterday. The extra-inning w in of the Bo-sox was made possible by a pair of ninth inning pinch homers by Red Sox rookies Larry Wieck and Bob Tillman. Both homers were three-run blows that tied the count at 6-6 after the Giants had led 6-0 going into the ninth. Paul Colacecchi, the fourth Giant pitcher who opened the 11th was charged with the defeat after he walked Eddie Bressoud, an ex-Giant, and then was hit for a solid pinch single by Russ Nixon that sent Bressoud to third. At this point, Giant Manager Alvin Dark sent Holden to the mound. His first pitch was a wild one that allowed Bressoud to score the winning run. Ray Fights Again PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, (AP) Sugar Ray Robinson, five-time holder of the world middleweight title, will meet Otis Woodward of Trinidad in a 10-round fight here April 21. WRESTLING Sot. 8:30 Eye for An Fye . . . Tooth for o Tooth FREDDIE BLASSSE Count BILLY VARGA BATTLE OF THE GIANTS JESUS MIKE ORTEGA vs. SHARPE MARIO PANTERO vs. CHARRO AZTECA OX MARIO ANDERSON vs. MILANO SAN BERNARDINO ARENA TU 9-6523 SENATORS SCORE 9-4 WIN OVER DODGERS POMPANO BEACH, Fla. (AP) The Washington Senators continued their distance clouting yesterday as Dale Long hit two home runs and Joe Hicks one in a 9-4 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. The favoring breeze in Municipal Stadium also helped the Dodgers to two homers, the third in three days by Tommy Davis, and a towering poke over the center field wall by pitcher Larry Sherry. The Senators rapped out 17 hits, three each by Long and Jim Piersall. Sherry gave up 10 hits and five runs in the first three innings. last night. Prairie View (Tex.), seeded No. 2. and Western Illinois also; gained the semifinals will meet each other tonight Lamar Tech Draws 3-Year Ban From NAIA KANSAS ( II V (AD - Tlw j National Asvu iatiou ot Intercol-Irgiute Athlrtien hn suspended Lamar Twh tt Beauuxint, Tex., from active membership in all NAIA event for three years, beginning March 17. Al O. Duer, NAIA executive secretary, in making the announcement today said "l.aniar Tech chose to participate in an event in direct ci mil let with both the policies of Hs conference, (I-one Star) and n( NAIA." The ban arose front I.nniar Tech's decision to drop out of the district 4 ((Kast Texas) play-olis and enter the National Collegiate Athletic Association's college division play off at Joneshoro, Ark. PAKK&TILFORD n RESERVE Straight Bourbon WAidey The finest-lasting whiskey of its type Jt5 iitb S'j mnwmv'.wvm4 ywtwwWim fewo'virtfi ptmtmkmmiu vmfwwmwMm i j 1 I I ! Found: Truest Cage Fan Illie half alter leading (hire timrs i the first half. .,,.. in,(,m,ssi,m Westminster lead -13-33. and ran out took a 10-point stretched it to .'7-l0, lhe clock. Lou Skinvrn.ski sinrcd IS points for Westminster and for Orange State, Edgar Clark scored 19 'ixtinls. Westminster finishi'd the game wilh a 19 per cent average from the field. 21 goals in 1S shots. Or- iange Slate hit 25 gals but had lonly five free throws while Westminster got 15. Change Stale tri(d S3 field shots for a 30.1 pcirentage. WIN the DERBY WEEK-END WINTER FISHING Saturdays and Sundays 7a.rn.-SEA LURE-S7.50 '' far Undr 12 Ttori OCEANSIDE SPORT FISHING, INC. SAratoqa 2-4447 or 2-4777 tun t :M HPARKiTILrORDAi I . i - -I j a I SwtvrhVhiskg g IWKcSeotcliWliisk iskieSi99 Qr. Member. InstitutB te0 teS3S night's benefit game at the U of R is a worthy one indeed, for this greatest Terrier of them all. Dan Wolthers, who set the all-time CBL scoring record of 26.5 points per game at Redlands High last season, wasn't eligible to play tonight . . . The NCAA has a ruling against underclassmen playing in any post-season contests . ., . Since the U of R is in the NAIA, sophomores Gary Smith and Dave Mohs can participate. A former Barstow High athlete called the other day to inform us that the Riffians had won the CIF cage title in 1932 . . . CIF records are kept only on the large schools, which means that Chaffey (1930, '32 and '62) and Chino (1925) are still the county's lone CIF kings in large-school play ... In those days Chino played with the big boys. Tom Bonestroo has lined up Marlin McKeever of the Rams to speak at the San Bernardino YMCA awards banquet, March 29, at 6:30 p.m. ... The ex-USC All-American will show films on Ram highlights of 1961 . . . Tickets ($2) are available, for members only, at the Y. are dueling with rookies Tom Ttvsh, Pedro Gonzales and Phil Linz for the berth. The All-CIF small schools basketball teams will be announced in Tuesday's Sun and Telegram, while the large schools are for release in next Thursday's Telegram and Friday's Sun . . . San Bernardino County placed four in the Class AAA picks, and two in Class AA . An outstanding sample of collegiate-type wrestling will be on display during the National Orange Show . . . SBVC Coach Bob Smith will have two of his champions, Bob Janko and Walter Richards, put on an exhibition at 4 p.m. Monday on the Community Stage . . . Smith will describe the principles and scoring of the fast-growing sport. University of Arizona has already wound up spring football and here it isn't even spring yet ... A crowd of 2,163 saw the Blues whip the Whites, as former Pacific High star Mike Brunk saw considerable action at end. The 224-pound Brunk alternated between second and third string and is the largest end on the Arizona squad . . . The U of A has a tough schedule next fall, meeting such as Iowa, Air Force, Oregon, Arizona State, WSC, Iowa State, Wyoming and Kansas. Tom Hinkle, first siring catcher at Colton High last spring, is the regular receiver for Cal Poly of Pomona . . , He had 2-for-2 against Chapman in a recent game . . . And did you see where Otis Burrell of Fremont High in Los Angeles high jumped 6-912? The national prep record is 6-10"g by John Thomas. V : ' EWf Don White, the fifth-ranked Montreal Edges Black Hawks, 6-5 MONTREAL (AP) Dickie Moore's second goal of the game niidway through the third period last night brought the Montreal Canadiens a 6-5 win over Chicago Black Hawks in a bruising, wide-open game that saw Chicago's Bobby Hull score his 45th and IGth goals of the season. The win widened Montreal's lead over idle Toronto atop the National Hockey League to seven points. The Canadiens need only a combination of two more wins or Toronto defeats to wrap up a fifth straight league title. SEATS AVAILABLE SOc W .7 ''HY ' 1 mm 1 m : N Nii mmrnmrnmrm wmmmmmmwm fmMSm l.' frwyJ m $mmwwmm4 QOOO The search for the most loyal basketball fan has ended it just has to be Skclly Small, former SBVC eager who scouts for Coach Ray Blake's Indians . . . Small is getting married tomorrow, and part of his honeymoon will be watching basketball. Small and his bride have managed to land tickets to the NCAA tourney next weekend in Kentucky ... He concurs Ohio State is a cinch to win it, but warns "Look out for Wake Forest." Small, from Indiana, wanted to catch the Hoosier state hoop finals this weekend, but they conflicted with his vow-taking . . . Kokomo (25-1) meets East Chicago Washington (25-1) and Madison (26 0) plays Bosse of Evansville in tonight's semifinals which will draw 16,000 (capacity) to Butler's fieldhouse despite the fact that it's on TV. In case you misstd it, Pomona College's grid coach Chuck Mills, will be head mentor at Indiana State College in Pennsylvania next full ... He had been one of the leading candidates for Buck Weaver's vacated post at SBVC. Final San Bernardino Pony League signups will be tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the SBHS south athletic field . . . Colt Leaguers also register tomorrow, and during tryouts the following two Saturdays . . . Pony trials are March 21, 31 and April 7 at Richardson Junior High. Who's going to fill Tony Ku-bck's shoes at shortstop for the Yankees? . . . Manager Ralph Houk probably would like to know that answer himself, but right now two veterans (Billy Gardner and Joe DeMaestri) 11 Ww ft W 0s lri? ALL CLASSES & TYPES INBOARD and OUTBOARD march 17th Quality in two words... PARK&TILFORD 'vm c tj i a i i... . im pounder Bourbon Time Trials and Races Start at 8 A.M. Sat. and Sun. Saturday Speeds 35 to 65 M.P.H. Sunday Speeds 65 to 100 M.P.H. 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