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Choffey too strong. Terriers lose 72-44 Chaffey High Tigers, fourtliiwerp the only two Terriers in ers 3-7 marie ranked in the CIF. turned on the 5'!>'>*>'5 ^Siir^. Keith John^i 'San Bernardino High Cardin- n'-rfia-Ht Hieh hn«i T »r I ^ trossman naa if.i sennower mgn eagies. ine tai^ ri^ rieht. iChris Bell 13 and Jon Keyworthldinals started quiiSTwith a 16 nereustmgnu : pomts outburst in the first ijnar. The victory put coadi Jun; host Ei- «a- whfle the Eagles managed of r ^%?a *rinVcBr ^"l«=^^ E^^^ 16 in the ^ first halt ^^n ^«™?„ Hrfpi^' Playi°8 at 6 pjn. and the var- Eisenhower along with Redlands fev had been Ued for the lead. J^^ J^^h- • l?« (41) G. F. -Redlands. coached by Al ^'^•tf'Z ;^i!'^^2 ^^J^ » deman. played a fine first Quar-i^^*^,^ !f „j !ffhff Ch«^ 2 tcr zipping through the Tigers!- ^-'Ji^^T ^^J^J^' ^ 8 defense to score. At the end of i^^^U^p' J^fiv^ ^^.^uiS^ I the opening stanza the Tigers led 21-B. Chaffey tightened their defensive play m the second period and the Terriers ran into trou- 8-2. Bob Erter. who was all-CBL as a junior sparked the Spartans by dropping in 10 of 16 from the floor for 20 points. Pacific's Doug Howard, the ble managing only seven points! scoring leader in the league, ended with 19 for 197 for the league season. San Gorgonio jumped to McNally Savage a l« lead and then made it 2l-i !5fy *orth while the Tigers added another 21 for a 4^26 halftime lead. In the third period Redlands played the Tigers almost even g at the end of the first qnar- _ „ being outscored by one point ter. The Spartans were never !?^" 12-11. The final stanza saw the;headed by Pacific after the firstjj;^ Chaffey quint return to form as, stanza. they dropped in 18 points while | Paul Sagan ripped the nets for limiting the Terriers to seven, j 29 points to pace Ramona High Totals 18 OMffty (72) G. Crossman 7 Hansen 4 8 44 F. T. Blake 3 6 3 1 1 Kunysz Bolin . Kerry Dunn was the leading Kedlaods scorer and took game honors with IB while center Bill Bollinger dropped in 10. They Rams to a 62-54 victory over Fontana High Steelers. The Rams are now in fourth place with a 64 record to the Steel- Tbtals 29 14 72 Score by quarters: Redlands 19 7 11 7—44 Chaffey 212112 18-72 Funsefh leads Bob Hope golf, Trevino only stroke behind PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (UPI) —Rod Funseth has a cold and tough La Quinta to worry about today wliile Lee Trevino, the imperturb^Ie Texan, has it virtually made by playing the easier Indian Wdls course in the fourth round of the $100,000 Bob Hope Desert Classic golf tournament Funseth, the 35 -year-old pro; La QuinU generally is regard-.top pros around but a chronic ed as the toughest course in the:back condition has slowed him Hope this year and Indian Wells j^^^ , number of times, llius far, his back has been holding up as reflected by his sub-par rounds of 69-69-71. Casper, who struggled in both the easiest La Quinta is a long and narrow layout while Indian Wells is shorter, although it, too, is fairly narrow. The Hope is anything but a two-horse race for the top prize;the Crosby and Andy Williams of $20,000. I tournaments, seems to have Two strokes behind Trevino'regained his putting eye. If from San Jose, Calif., shot a!with seven under par totals of that's so. then he is the man to one ov«- 71 in the ttiird round'209 are Frank Beard, Art Wall, watch in the final two rounds, Friday at Tamarisk and Itevi-iGene Littler and Orville Moody,'since he, too, plays at Indian no, the U.S. Open champ nowjniule at 210 are Bob Charles Wells. "and Billy Casper. i Bermuda Dunes is the fourth Moody, from Killeen, Texas,' course used m the Hope classic, got into the chase with the best After today's round each of the competitive round of his career'pros will have played one round four under 68 at La Quinta on all four courses and the cut for the final round wil be made playing his best golf of the i year, matched it with a 71 at La Quinta. That put Funseth at 10 under ( par 206 with two rounds to go ini the 90-hole Hope Classic and!in the third round. TVevino at nine under 207. Wall long as been one of the at the low 70 and ties. 42 Ofympiaiis Yie in limes Indoor Gsines INGLEWOOD, Calil (UPI)World records will be in jeopardy tonight i^en an intematiaiial field of track and field stars competes in the 10th annual "nmes Indoor Games. Included in the field of 42 Olympians from 11 different countries as well as the top domestic performers are the holders of «ght current indoor marks. Power boots race fodoy LONG BEACH (UPI) — The first annual Long Beacb-Catalina Island Cruise gets under way today to open the Southern California ocean-going power boat competition. The two<lay event is sponsored by the Pacific Offshore Davenport wins lOlli straiglit indoor JwnHes FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI)It may be awhile before anyone beats Willie Davenport The Olympic high hurdles Power Boat Racing AssociaUon. champion reeled off his 10th Heading the field is Bob Nord- straight indoor victory Friday skog of Van Nuys, in his 28 - night in the ninth annual Fort foot Halocaust Nordskog was Worth Coaches indoor games, ranked fourth naUonally in off-; That was no real surprce. bull djore racing last season. |h>s wimimg Ume of Tliundeitirds defeat Palm Springs 4741 Yucaipa High Thunderbirds :06.8'didlrallicd with six straight points Tbe entry-list indicated a field; op?" a few eyes-it Ued the in the Cnal^stanzaJast^mghtjo Loses fo an unknown Carlos upset by cold reception in New York NEW YORK (UPI) — Thelstandout field which NEW SKATING QUEEN — Janet Lynn, 15, Rockford, lU., shown in action at Oakland in the free skaUng event She captured the ladies crown in the North American Skating championship to become America's newest skating queen. (UPI Tdephoto) Janet Lynn, 15, new figure skotimp queen OAKLAND. Calif. (UPI)—The United States has found a worthy successor to Pegg>' Fleming and the new figure skating queen's reign may be a long one. Mler all, she's only 15 years oH. Janet Lynn, a petite blonde from Rockford. 111., captured {her second major title in as many weeks Friday night when she scored a narrow 1.4 point win over former Canadian champion Karen Magnussen m (he ladies' competition of (he North American Figure Skating Championships. Miss Fleming, now a professional was in the audience as Miss Lynn overcame - a 13.6 point deficit with a near flawless performance in the free skating event to win her second tiara. bdandi Daily Foeh Soturdor, Fab. 8, 1M9 - 7 Score 62'S1 Bruins roily in second holf to down Huskies By Unitad Prtu InMnialiMial The UCLA Bruins are becoming a second-half basketball team. Hie Bruins, who rallied from a 10-point halftime deficit against Northwestern two weeks ago with eight straight points in the second half, trailed Washington 33-29 at halftime Friday night But the Bruins scored the first five points of the second half to take a 34-33 lead and they never trailed agam en route to a 62-51 triumph. It was UCLA's 37th straight conference win, breaking its old record of 36 straight set between 1963 and 1966. The club now has won 33 straight since the loss to Houston last year and has won 80 of its last 81 games. Washington used a modified stall and took just 25 shots in the first half but hit on 12 of them to take the halftime lead. UCLA Wt U of 19 in the first half. In the second haU, the Huskies managed to tie the game several times after falUng behind. But when Lew Alcindor dumped in a layup with 6:57 left to give the Bruins a 48-43 margin, the Bruins had a safe margin. Alciodor scored 28 points and George Inine led Washington with 21. I In other games Friday night, Princeton stunned Columbia 6849. third-ranked Santa Clara drubbed Loyola of Los Angeles 82-&I, Holy Cross topped Seton Hall 74-67, Yale nipped Harvard 76-70, California topped Oregon St. 69-57, Oregon nipped Stanford 74-42 and Washinston State edged Southern California 72-70. Junior guard Jeff Pctrie scored 30 points as Princeton took over the Ivy League lead by crushing Columbia. Princeton, 12-6 overall, now is 7-0 in the conference while Columbia, 15-2 overall, is 6-1 in the loop. Petrie broke the game open with three straight jumpers in the second half that gave Princeton a 30-C margin- Columbia was able to drive on its taller opponents and hit only 35 per cent of its shots from the field. Ralph Ogden and Dennis Awtry each scored 30 points as Santa (Hara romped past Loyola. Santa Clara led by 36-33 at halftime but then pulled away. Baslcetball scores By United Press InttrMttonal Wtst UCLA 62 Washington 51 also I California 69 Oregon St. 57 lukewarm reception he received in his hometown seemed to burn Olympic sprinter John Carlos more than the upset loss at thej hands of a unknown. Carlos, a Brouklyn-bom runner, now attending San Jose State, was the lone Olympian failing to post a victory Friday night in the fourth annual Madison Square Garden Invitation indoor track and field meet jWstmnslr (Utah) 132 W.N.M. 95 i Wshngtn St. 72 So. Calif. 70 (ot) Pepperdine 71 San Fran 64 Midwest included Olympians Erv HaU of Oregon 74 Stanfo'rd 72 ViUanova and Lennox Miller of Southern Caifumia. Other wniners included Phil comparative ^- John's, who iock the 1,000 yard run in 2:08.8- second best time posted this ,„ year: Andy O'Reilly of Villano- Waj-ne St. 99 Lake Superior 84 va in the 800 yard run in 1:53.3; Moorhead St. 79 Bemidji 67 and pole valuter Lee Smith of; No. Dakota St 104 Mmgsd 85! Miami of Ohio, who vaulted 161 Lawrence 87 Ripon 71 ' ^1^v,«'"«f«t t„ hU ,:,.hi8lckbmlOOCncrda(Mo.)63 Evans raced to his swth, jimikin 91 North Central 72 victory of the indoor campaign by taking the 500-yard run in The San Jose sophomore who raised his black gloved fist on the victory stand at Mexico City was beaten by Jim Green of the|i,;"V race "in which BeU was University of Kentucky in the [disqualified for pushing at the eo-yard dash. Green, who also beat Carlos in the Sugar Bowl race in New Orleans last December, set a meet record Seulii 57.0 seconds. i Florida St. 70 Clemson 67 O'Reilly nipped Olympian! Fisk 91 Lincoln (Tenn.) 77 Wade Bell of Oregon at the tapejSvnnh St 112 Albny St (G.) lU Shorter 96 Armstrong 78 Towson St. 94 Queens CoU 66 Urbana 126 Ky. ChrisUan 101 South wt it Adams St. 86 N.M. Hghkids 74 finish line. Hall had sufficient stamina to win the 60-yard high hurdles in 7.2 seconds while long-striding for the event with a clocking ofija„,es ^as clocked in 1:U.7 m six seconds flat Carlos described the mixture of boos and cheers that greeted the 600 yard run. Liquiri, surprise wmner East Penn 73 Cornell 56 of i Princeton 68 Columbia 49 last week's Millrose Games him as "a pretty shaky recep-imile, moved up to the two mile tion. 1 couldn't concentrate on and won with a time of 8:42.2. the race." | Teammate Frank Murphy Green won the race from a the mile in 4:04.4. who will be attempting to better their own top performances are Bob Seagren in the pole vault Bob Beamon in the long jump, Outlie Green and Bill Gaines in tbe ao-yaid dash. Neal Stdnbaner in the shot. Keny Pearce in the two-mile and Chi Cbenf in the women's 60-yard faiudlcs. But one of the athletes given a top chance of setting a world maA is Australia's Ralph Doubell m the 1.000-yard run. Douben passed up shorter races after setting a world mark in spring back to Behnont pier in Long Beach. a Shore Gemion firm oorees fo 'no label' Coach Kent Hayden's Thunderbirds were behind most of the game and were down 39-35 when they turned hot and passed the Palm Springs five. ScoU Humphrey and Rick Waller were the leading scorers for Yucaipa each with 12 while Dick Hunt hit 10 for the T-Birds. Yucaipa is now 5-3 in DVL siandmgs. the 880 two'weAs ago in favorjlargest manufacturers of track.of 64Mi was not up to his usualiTrost 2 thVlSo-^rfV-^ \?^.: ?^'"^ P!'i?..?_""^.?,1^'waller 4 'i^ly moit^ S ^bell, the i Identifying marks from the shoes Olympic airf worid outdoorllmfk^^^f jOJ.yjfPf^^'^P^; Seagren and sprinter (Hiarlie jjjUgp 0 Greene won handily. F. 0 2 4 4 4 1 at Col Western me entry list inoicaiea a iicia I "i^" - ••— •• — — . i ^ ,of about two dozen boats rang- ""sfns world record set by '^".''"fL li^H-Tvlf' BulldOOS DIOV Among the record holders ling from 18-foot craft to 35-foot "ayes Jones m 1962 and cagers 47-41 in the Desert Val- BUIIHW ^a piwy cruisers. The boats race around'^•'"aUed by Eari McCuUoughiley League contest Catalina Island and into Avalon'ast year. Harbor today and resume the! Despite his performance, competition Sunday with a. _ „ „ . I with Tom Von Ruden as the meet's outstanding athlete. Von Ruden, who managed only a nmth-place finish in the Olympic 1500 meters, set an American standard of 2:07.7 in winning the 1,000-yard run. j There were no major upsets. j Randy Matson had no trouble inlvueaiM (471 G ! beating SDUthem Methodistl^^^ ' ' 2' NEW YORK (UPP-A West;freshman Sammy Walker in the 5 German firm, one of the wwld'sishot put although his best toss|jjy„^ 3 .^Lw^m fh/aoo metere 'tion » other major makers will! Seagren's best vault of 16-6; T„tals 16 record hoHer a the »0 metere ; ^ : bettered John Pemiel and Paul ° L,.^, ,4,, Q ^i%TSi^va,f ^rd of l^' P""a Shoe Company. Her- Heglar. but was nearly one footjrflT.*!"** SneUs 1.000-yard record of 2.06 Germany.[short of his pending world tt^^iSlSlf '^'""^ml^.Sf offer in a letter to returning to AaSHiha. .^^.^^ Brundage. president of I the International Olympic Com- jmiUee. recoid of 17-5V4. Rosenbaum 9 Oystadt 2 Stahl 1 15 F. 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 _ . ^ _ . jScoU 2 RaCM9 Mit fM Ispododa 1 CHICAGO (UPD-Joe Fortun-! Brundage. who for j-ears has LOS AN(JELES (UPI>-A firmjWaltrai 1 ato resigned Friday as defen-decried commercialism in operating harness races at Hoi-'Mieoe j sive backfield coach ot Uie amateur ^rts, had previously lywood Parte has fUcd a ».6 Chicago Bears. Fortunate. 38. suggested that aU identifying miUion lawsuit a^inst six offi- ™. ^^'^ •* was fstar linebacker for Uielmari« be barred from equip- cers of a thoroughbred o*?"^! Score by quarters National ment used by aUJetes compel-1 pxiup. chargmg Uiey conspired;Yucaipa 5 10 15 17-47 University of Redlands Bull dogs basketball team meets Cal Western tonight at 8 o'clock in the Westerners gym in a non- conference battle. Coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldogs are back from a road trip wheire they suffered two losses to the University of Portland. In their first meeting with Cal Western this season the BuU- 1^1 dogs upset the highly rated JO I Westerners 80-72. g! The Bulldogs are rated the 12^favorites role tonight due to the 1 dropping of two starters fivm _,the CW five due to disciplinary 47 1 reasons. .J. ' I>robable starters for the Bulldogs will be Lurix Johnson, 4 Don Pope. Ron Burns. Randy , Orwig and Tom Williams. Wed- g nesday the UR quint returns 2 to SCIAC action meeting Cal 3 Tech away. 6 By United Prm Initmatiwial Baltimore, idaying its first game without injured Gus [Johnson, beat Milwaukee Friday night in a National Basketball Association game. But it will be tonight Uut Uie real test comes about how much TUCSON. Ariz. (UPI)—The Western AUiletic Conference, faced with a choice of postseason football bowl games,' today delayed a decision to .1, i-„ -# 4i,_ -.ill t,,.^ study proposals from the Sun n^jl ^„ ,h„ir Bo*! at El Paso. Tex., and the .h» F^cLmSnl fiesta Bowl m PhoenLx, Ariz. MiiwLTir^ u^i !?n^~ ,fi Suu Bowl officials made a ip^^mntJhin^RSH^'n^ formal offer to have the WAC Tonilft 'T 'comSonf Sti^-'^'all champion host the Sun Oie New York Knickerbockers, one of the hottest teams around at the moment While Baltimore was riding i Bears during 14 Football League seasons. ing in Uie Olympks. to have the races halted. iPabn Springs .... 8 10 12 11—U Finishes lOHi in field of 12 First girl jockey rides of Hialeah HIALEAH. FU. (UPI)—Tlie track bosler raised his born to his lips, bat be dklnt Wow the traditioDal call to the post Instead he Uarad out "Uy Diane." aad the walls of nale inviadhOitf OB Anerieu Ihor-: oogUmd incfts can* tmnbiiBg dcwn. Hmn^ fbe breech rode willowy iMane Cnuv to dieers become tte fiist vonan to romiiete proCfninna11y afiiiiit mak jodnys on a major tbofOQ^ibrad track. Ber imaat far this historici sercBft nee at Hialeah Pazfc FrM«y WM — apioUd Aiahiaa,; hv<t»mti ateadte-aot of Mt ItmilendMtteUf r Bridle 'n Bit at 48-1 finished 10th m the U'borse fidd at the end of tiie IH mile tan. Diane's once-bright red and while BUES. her perspirinc iace and wisps of blonde curis that tumbled from under her lidios hebnet were covered in dust ••I fed real e»d" she said, her doll-like bbie eyes f»if*f jwj with exdtemcBL 1 fdt ia» a regular jodc out tiiere." She discussed her horse and bdieved die got as much im from him as possible althoogh be finished 17 IcscOs behind tte winner. An experienced eierdse rider for several years, made nnae ot the eomnoo first- tine igtaHfc Uterigwja .« stimip, or drap^Bg ttr< - 'TEnttOSat wu just as! expected," she said "I had always heard that gomg into the first turn is where the riders cuss each other, bat nobody said a word." Diane, whose father operates a Tunpa Bay marina near Florida Downs, has made it plahi she does not want to be a cnisader. "I just want to rUe She is a native of Woodmont, Coan. near New Haven, and came to Florida with her family about six years afo. Boycotts by male jockeys thwarted two other giri ridcts earlier this radas a Pcmy Am EaHy hi Keatndty aad Barbm Jo Bahia at by-ftopieal Park. But Oaksk effidak m state nd« eomaOaim it dear stifi penalties would be letied agabist jockeys refusing to ride against a giri after they once bad acoqited a mount in a race lAere a girl was entered. Oiaoe began today looking for more races. son do — you bet." she fairly exidoded when asked if she wanted to continue as a professianal jockey. Her next chance may come in a race at Haileah next THiesday. For the most part, the male riders had litUe to say. But Hannd Ycaza, one of the nation's leading stakes riders, observing from the stands commented "she hrofce wd. txfk her horse out of trouble] and drove wim die should San Pasqual handicap draws top pcrfonncfs ARCADIA (UPI) — Three d (he top thoroughbred performers m the nation—Rising Market Gamely and <)aicken IVee— baUIe it out under high wdght today at Santii Anita in the $40,000 San Pasqual Handicap. Riang Maitet tiie sprint king of Uie meeting, carries the highest impost of 126 pounds hi the fidd of nhie entered in tiw I 1-16-miIe race. Gamdy. the ehampioa dder filly or mare of 1968, eairies IS pounds in her first race of Uie year against the masculnie crowd while QuJcken IVee. distance loving star of fall racing, is in with 124 pounds. The rest of the fieM, cany- mg from 110 to 118 pounds, is made up of Host Host. Proud Land. Sted Blade. Jimmy Peanuts, Kings Favor and Estam- bol n. Proud Land races cooked with Bishig Harket while Sted Blade aad Kfaigs " run as an cnliy. BaHiimreto get test with Kiricks tonight Maine 93 Brandeis 85 Bowdoin 84 Coast Guard 74 Dartmouth 81 Brown 68 *on:Holy Cross 74 Seton Hall 67 Kings Point 68 Babson 56 (at)' N. Hmpshr Coll 114 Frnln Prcj 68 Yale 76 Harvard 70 Northeastern 72 CW. Post 58 Temple 72 Lafayette 53 WAC faced with choice of bowl games 'THINK SNOW Bowl Classic each year. Back ers of the Fiesta Bowl hoped to arrange an agreement with the council in order to obtain! „ , , . . ,-isancUon from the National Eari Monroes second-half coUegiate Athletic Association sharpshooting to a 114-107 their proposed game, victoo-. ,the Kwcks .defeated gome sources suggested mat; Chicago 105-98 to stay just Uiree conterence should arrange games off the pace. agreements for both games.' PhUadelphia. Percentage a„ernaUng first and second! pomu ahead of New York m, ,3ce finishers every other second jHace, also won, edgrngj-.r Uie Los Angdes Lakers 109-106.! ' In other games, AUanta dosed | to within 2 1-2 games of Losi Angdes in the Western Division! wiUi a J09-10T victory over, Boston. San Diego toppled Phoenix 130-119 and Seattie beat CincinnaU 102-97. { Monroe scored 29 of bis 41 points in the second half as Uie Bullets wiped out a seven-point defidt at intermissiaa. Willis Reed paced the Newl York cause m both scoring andi rebounffing. He hit 31 pomts and dominated rrfwwinilmg on both ends of the court Atlanta, after ta-uling by 14 points in the first period and nine with she minutes left connected for 15 consecutive paints to overhaul Boston. PhfladdpUa's victory came despite an early U-0 Laker lead. Chet Walker put the 76ers ahead for good late in (he game with a dutch basket and two bee throws within 13 seconds. Four ABA teams only two games apart Oakland and Denver, the top two teams of the American Basketball Association's Western Division, visited Uie kingpins of the Eastern Division Friday night. The West won and. as a result, Uie Eastern race was throvra into even more of a snarl, with but two games separating the top four teams. Denver. Western runnerup. defeated Eastern leader Minnesota 110-106, while Western leader Oakland was nipping Eastern runnerup Kentucky in overtime 124-122. Minnesota now leads Indiana by one-half game. Kentucky by one game and Miami by two. The other team in Uie East New York, is 13 games back. In the oUier ABA game played Friday night. New Orleans stormed from behind in the fourth quarter to beat DaUas. 110-99. Oakland's Ira Harge sank a pair of free throws with one second to play that gave Uia Oaks their winning margin. Rich Barry, who sat out numerous games earlier in the season from a leg injury, bruised the same leg with less than a minute left in the game and bad to be carried off. Barry made four free throws m Uie period and 41 pomts for the game. He still is expected to play in tonight's game against Indiana. Denver led Mbinesota by 16 at the half but had to stave off a late rally Uiat cut the margm to two points wiUi one minute to play. New Orieans railed Dallas 8177 after three periods but rallied behind Red Robbms and Steve Jones in the final 12 minutes. The victory put the Buccaneers over the .500 mark for the year. HuH rcploccd CHICAGO (UPI) - Chicago Black Hawks coach Bill Reay said today he would use Chico Maki on the second line as a replacement for Dennis Hull when the club skates against the Toronto -Maple Leafs Sunday night. Hull suffered a strained knee ligament in Thursday eight's game at Detroit and will miss Chicago's next five games. TKBOSUKB IWUSg Tour UBond lUinltuie or imem win Jtad a ready ket throntfi Ctaitfied AdiL •P- II SKI RENTAL BRAND NEW Svpw MMdRc Skis Quolty pebs Sbneidt beets 4ra»oNeof BILL DOUGLAS SPORTING GOODS YOUR LOCAL SPORT SHOP WITH COMPRTITIVi PRICfS FOR ALL COMPRTITORS * ajN. H • P.M., Mm. ft Pri. TiR 9 p.iii„ Sun. 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