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Redlands, California
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Too foMqka dtfawf Cal Western beats UR Sfors to moot Mionii tonight in Cal Western Vtinrair ttirew actkm Wednesday eveoiiis «)Ka| op a UMgb iteCense to stop the tbey meet Cal Tedi in an away Uciverdty of Bedlands Boll- game. dogs 74-S7 Satuiday nisht on the Lanr Weddle led the Cal Wesleners court. Hie Western- Weston offense, droppine >» U crs. held a C-23 kad at the half! points to uke game bonors. and were never in trouble; Three BuUdogs hit in dooUe against coach Lee Fulmer's figures led by Lorix Johnson Bulldogs. j with iS. Ron Bonu had 14 and Bedlands retuns to confereBcei Handy Orwig 12. U. af R. (Sn G. Williams Burns 6 -Jobnsoo 3 Orwig 5 Pope 1 Daily Fodt JKtoiKfay. fah. ICl - » Rotph . TSdmor Walk . U.S. figure skaters run awoy wf fft championships OAKLAND. Calit ajPD—The Kanfitnan. four-time naUonal three-day North American Rg- champions from SeatUe. easily ure Skating Oiampioadi^ fea- won the pairs, tnring the best of the Umted The lone defeat was in the ice States and Canada, tuned outjdancing event and it came on a to be a one nation show. Kxeept tor a loss in the ice danong competition, the United States posted three nctories and gave notice to the rest of Sj ^for"^ W.^' ^m-'«ived four first place votes to later this month in Colorado •^J?'^!..*" *^J1.5f.5°P5?: Springs. Colo. Petite Janet Lynn. tedmicality. The American team of Judy Schwomeyer and James SladU compiled more points. 2SI.7 to 247. but Donna Taylor and Bnice Lennte of Canada re- Totals Cai Wtetl (74) Morey Weddle Wisslyer Frick Evans TaHey BoUen Brandherg ... Burrows Spawnim UraOlo Totals 26 22 74 Halflime score: U. of R. 23. LOS ANGELES fUPI>-The ,F. T. Los Angdes Stars, still battling 1 5 for a playoff spot in the 2 14 Western Division of the Ameri- 8 15 can Basketball Association. 2 13 tonight meet the Miami Flori- 1 3 dians at the Sports Arena and if .0 1 1 past games are any indicatioa. .1 0 2 it win go into overtime. • 1 3 5 The last time the Floridians — — — visited the Sporte Arena, the .19 19 57 teams played an overtimel „ _ match with the Stars pulling oatj |- a 134-129 victory. But the Hiami i ^o'team has two wins over Lo6 * ^Angeles on their home court t I Toiught's contest is the first! f ,:game for the Stars since last ^ ^Wednesday when they piled up ' 8 a 29-point lead but then frittered ^ ''it away and were hard pressed 1 1 to pull out a 110-107 \Tctory over 0 < Minnesota. 2 2 1 Following the game with the 2 6; Floridians, the Stars host Houston Wednesday before departing on a two-game road txip Cal West 32 ,1 against New Orleans and New York. G. . 5 . 7 . 0 . 1 . 5 . 3 . 1 . 0 . 2 . 0 . 2 For the American winners, the titles were their second in as many weeks, all having won a 15-i-ear-oId bk»de from ?ta"°Wood'"-ea«°' i ^'^vl^ '^^^^ ° "^'^ ^!^^^..,f™.rff^,nJTiflJ^t Ihe previous week in Seattle, mdividual performance Utics m ^.^^ ^^^^^^^ i„ the ladies' and men's events ni..n,..uc cwt while favorites Ron and Cindy,^ ,Sl"e?f"'uTaToi^ temperature and paiidllin pills Satiuday-night to win by a wide margin over Canadian diam- pion. Jay Humphry, 2J04.7 to 2,220.6. SPORTS VCImlians barely €dged byRhrerside San Bernardino VaUey College Indians came dose but lost^ their 17th straight game to Riv- ernde City Cdlege, 80-78, Saturday night on the Tigers borne court The Indians led by three with 2:42 to pUy but then disaster struck. The SBVC caffers Oirew Ibe ball away three times and the Tigers took a n-74 leiad wHh one minute to play. San Bernardino meets Santa Ana tonight in a makemp game in the Dons gym at 8 p.m. SBVC (71) G. F. Sams 5 Lee 10 Cadi 5 Hayes 3 Dowd 5 Kay 2 Christian 3 Jeske 0 John PetkeWdi, Great Falls, Hont, dosed fast but was unable to catch Humphry and finisbed third with 2,180.7 points^ On Friday, Hiss Lynn scored a narrow L4 point victory over Canada's Karen Magnussen Chamberlain scores 66 to pace Lofcers f o win INGLEWOOD, Calit (UPD- wat ChanberUa sank 66 points, a new single game high hamstring musde. The awesome Chamberlain made good on 29 of 35 field goal while the Kauffmans ran oB: with the pairs. Buddy Baker W H IS pOK TOT Daytona 500 DAYTONA BEACH. Fla. (UPI)—Massive Buddy Baker uncoiled fiom the driver's seat of his white Dodge and saki be Charger won the TVrtals 33 12 78 T. 11 24 U 7 Sunday 13 pole position for the $201,150 4 Daytona 500 "by a wiggle of the 'wheel "Tliat's an it would have taken." said the 6-foot-5 Cbar- 2i KynUm (N) G. F. Morgan 2 0 Vanderpool 4 0 Clarit 6 1 Arellano 8 S KnaiMk ' « Strother 4 1 Jones 1 2 3tolhewes 1 1 lotle, N.C.. driver, "for Bobby T. to be starting in my i^ce when 4 they run it- si Baker and Bobby Isaac. UjCaUwba, N.C.. grabbed the inside and ouUkie starting row positioos for the Feb. 23 race hi their Dodges Sunday at speeds 4:of 188.901 and 188.782 miles an Totals 33 14 80 Halflime score: SBVC 35, Riverside 32. Bob Hogle wins sprint car race hour respectivdy. Only the frmt two positions were esUblishcd in speed runs Sunday, and Ford-Mercury will .... ,, get a cradc at other high|the "most inspirational' sUrting paces in a pair of 125-iber of the Angds for tiiis season, and the Los! attempts, i>><»t of them slam- Angeles Lakers captured a pair 1 dunks and fallaway jumpers, as the Lakers came from behind against the scrappy Suns for a of games from the Phoenix Suns over the weekend. ; _ TTie twin victories, «ou|dedi "4-116 «clory Sunday night HOPE TOURNEY (3IAMPI0N — Mrs, Bob Hope, left, presents keys to new car to Bob Hope tournament champ BiUy Ca^ after he won the 90-hole affair with a 345. Vice-President Spiro Agnew, center, presented the Eisenhower Perpetual Trophyj foreground, to (Tasper. Tournament queen Barbara Anderson, right, who plays in the televiaon prcn duction. Ironside, looks on. Along with the car and Eisenhower Trophy, Casper also picked up a check for 520,000 for the victorx. (Photo bjj Jim Sloan)J with a loss by second place AtlanU Sunday, enabled Uie Lakers to lengthen their lead in the Western Division of the! New^playeK category okayed in tennis One more tourney before a rest The Big Dipper also capiUl- iied on 8 of 18 free throw I BELEAIR. chances, grabbed 27 rebounds .pay*. « and blocked about 10 shoU. The Fla. (UPI)-The "sham amateur" player—the man who National Basketball AssodaUonj Lakers repeatedly went tosMe;»?df,.a'"vwc ^ to 3 1-2 games m-er the Hawks. Tlie Lakers, idle until Wednesday when they travd to Seattle to meet Uie Sonics, will need to Wilt for scoring punch in the absence of West and it wasn't until the fourth quarter the Suns caught on and double teamed table" payments—are over. The president of the U.S. Billy Casper wins Hope golf with 90-hole, IS-under-par PALM SPRINGS. Calif. (UPI)jhad a dosing 66 to vault past U Billy Casper, golfs biggest other contenders, money winner Ust year and! "Ill keep my date in Bogotao Lawn Tennis Association, Alas-second for 1969 following his big! this week and then I'm going tair B. Martin called a change; victory in Uie Bob Hope Desertj home to rest for four weeks," in the USLTA constitution to Classic, starts a vacation of! added Casper. "My present Uie breathing room over Uic Uic 7-1 center. ^ „ _ Siro ^rt ii'SJS 'to'h^^ ^^"^ ^i^^"' ^'^^ '"'?f* *" for!Mrts'today satisfied hu'game is! plans caU for me to rejoin the' 2ut rf^^ f!?^^ .wt**'""* '"^ " • caK«-| money wiUiout affecting Uieir.back in order. .n..r f„r .h^ Jaritsonville Onen «l .J^ ^f^, !L-S T 2? « directed Uie balllamateur status. "Uie end of a The 37-year-old Casper, rapid games wiUi a reinjured leK toward Big Witt. jhypocriUcal system." ly dosing in as ttie game's That means Casper, who won The Lakers shot a hot 61 per! rccom- biggest money winner, took Uie S205.00O and six tourney tiUes cent from Uie field, but had to "tended by Uie USLTA Execu- 1 $20,000 first prize check in the last year and now has $30,291 in overcome a 67-61 balftime'tJve Committee and approved'Hope Qassie Sunday by shoot-l Uie bank this year, will miss Uie deficit The baUling Suns were - - . _ _ , paced by Dick Van Arsdale wiUi 32 and former Laker Gail business session here Saturday. Goodrich wiUi 23. ' " pressure on early when he ran down birdie putts of 15,16, and 12 feet to make turn in three under 33 and go 12 stndcet under par. The eagle on 14 made it 14 r — under and he wrapped it up tour for the Jacksonville Open neat and clean on 18 when he (March 10.)" ; sank a Uiree footer for his fourth bird of Uie round. Knoop, Drysdale win top awards froni writers "What won it for me was that eagle," said Casper. "I put a i..mi„..'Uve Committee and approved' Hope Qassic Sunday by shoot-l Uie bank this year, wiu ebbs inej f^ur wood on Uie green and then nairamei appeared to be a ing a closing round six under! Phoenix, Tucson, Doral, Florida, sank Uie putt" unammous voice vote at Uie;Par 66 Uiat left Uie opposition Citrus and Monsanto opens jjj„ ^^^^ 'far upUie U^ck. |which is justjis weU for tiie^ ^U, ANAHEIM. Calif. Bobby Knoop of Uie California, u Angds and Don Drysdale of Ue Chamberlain's 68 point performance topped by 6 his previous I NBA Wgh Uus season of 60 set !v • ;t»"<» asainst Cfaicinna- Undcr Uie new rule, a competitor playing for money wiU be considered a "player.' Only Uiose persons who have Uiis week to play in Uie BogoUoj wdl as he can Uiere is hardly {Open, which is a $20,000 tourney Uien Phoenix Saturday the: professionals. signed contracU. or who teadijon Uie Caribbean tour, iUirsport, will be dassified as!head home to San Diego. Cahf., Los Aagdes Dodgers picked up Lakers outscored Uic Suns 14-4 ttie top awards at Uie 12Ui|in , u„rd period spurt to break annual midwinter banquet of the Los Angdes-Anaheim chapter o( Uie BasebaU Writers Association over tiie wedcend. The writers sdectod Knoop as mem- while open a tight contest and roll to the victory. Baykir Chamberlain 23 and West 20 before he was hurt Under Uie new rulings, any player who wants to keep a purely amateur for a four week rest "I'm satisfied my game is hack in order now," said dassificatioo'i Casper, whose closing 68 gave had 30,:can be reimbur«d only fori Wm a 90-hole score of 15 under mile sprint races here Feb. 20.|Dr>-sdale recdved Uie award for Only seven cars tried for Uic'U>e player who "roost tj-pifies pole position and Uie $5,000 Dadgcr tradiUon. bonus »xm by Baker Sunda.v.i OUier awanl wimicre included and none broke Ihe «8»-22 An^y M«mmiUi^of Uie Aw^ m.p.h. qualifymg reconl set by and BiU Sudakis of Uie Dpdsws iiAVcnnn cMt niPli-Bob^Calc Yartwrough in a Mercury as rookies of the year: Anrdio lUNFORD. Cabf. .<UPI>-»b ^ year. Yariiorough also Rodriguez of Uie Angds and BDl of Evergreen. Colo., vho also! Hogle was pUced in Uie 12Ui position when the J. C. Agajanian 100-mUe CRA Open competition for sups-modified and caged sprint cars started but at Uie end. be was Uie n-inner—by a mile. The Bucna Park, driver raced bis front engine chalked year. voa the last year's 500. Oaks Ipse fe Houston OAKLAND. Calif. <UP1)-The Calif.. Houston Matwcks up their first Offenbauser 67 limes around the over the Oakland Oaks Sunday Hanford Motor Speedway Sun- night defeating Uie Western day to indc up the first place iDivisioii leaders 129-123 in a see- prize of S2,S00. {saw American BadMbaU Asso- He started the day wiUi the! ^'**«* 12Ui fastest quali^ing time and ^ Oaks, playing wiUiout steadily woriccd his way to ttie scoring ace Rick Barry who front bdore finally taking ostrt^"^^'*^ a knee injury Friday. «7tfa 21 miles to CO- Tlie vktary'i^^P*^ off to a lu lead and about tbnt-^^^^*>'^td for Uieir 4Ut Singer of the Dodgers as sophomores of the year! and Tom Satriano of the Angds and Tom Haller of Uie Dodiera as plaj-crs of the year. More than 1.000 persons aUended the writers dinner Saturday night at Uie Anabdm finally convention center. Among head tTclor>' table guests were managers Walt Aston of Uie Dodgers and Honofulu considering liociiey M HONOLULU (UPI) — Profcs- dooal ice hockey may come to prove were incurred. Almost immediatdy after the decision was announced. Lt Arthur Ashe, said at Philadelphia where he was knocked out of an international tournament in Uie first round, he would play for money under the new "player" category. "As from this moment I'm player." said Uie Davis jstar. Hooduln some day. Mayor Frank Fasi has ordered a study of re<iulremenis for a big league rink, which would be insUDed hi Uie Honolulu International Center complex. "We now are solely fai Uie exploratory period." Fasi said. Fasi directed deputy auditor- Long shot wins roce at Caliente Casper immediately an -1 others on Uie PGA tour. •„ k.u:_i f„„rfh nounced he would keep a datel When Casper is putting « f^^^J ^Fi^B .aKhoT^ himself out of contention with a 37 on the front nine and then wound up at nine under 351 with Deane Beman. Bob Charles, Gene LitUer. OrviUe Moody and George KnudsoiL After Hin came Jack Montgomery, who had a dosing 70, to finish all alone at 11 under 349, and Art Wall, who had a 71. for 350. Hill won $U.400, Montgomery got $7400 and Wall $4,700. Beard and the others at 351 won $3,175 each. Beman set an Indian Wells Course record when he shot a 10-under 62 Uiat induded nine birds, an eagle and one bogey.' TVimmy Bolt ! bdd Uie old Indian Wells record of 63 set six years ago. Bay Floyd and Bobby Nichols tied at 352. Tony Jacklin, Bob Murphy and U.S. Open champ anyone who can beat him. He proved that wiUiout a doubt Sunday in the Hope windup, played in brilliant desert sunshine with the temperature in the mid -8a$. He sank a 30-foot putt oa the par five 478-yard 14th for an eagle and as tilings turned out Uiat was Uie shot Uiat lacked it up. However, he put the Lombardi says goodbye to friends in Green Bay association. "I have said before Uiat I could be loyal and a friend whUe not nece^arily being here." Lombardi said. "I wfll be loyal-I Bin Risney of Uie Angds: Chub iums chief Ed SUver to exi ^ore eirdci, drive, got up fa time to. Feen ^Tgeneral manager of tiie Uie project | score a head victory Sunday at; Sn^imS^Giant and E. J .t "A survey of our buildingjcaliente Race Course fa Uie) ^^.SrS^lrUdent of'lndicat«_|hat« couldj^ Uie San Wego Padres. MILWAUKEE. Wis. (UPD- Cup'Vface Lombardi, the iron man of Uie Green Bay Packers, choked wiUi emotion as be bade farewell to Wisconsm with a promise to remafa a loyal friend of Uie team Uiat be led to greatness. sa.v. too, Uiat tiie Pack wUI be Lombardi, named last week'back, to tacoadi. chief executive andj Lombardi. who stepped down „^ part owner of Uie Washmgton^as Packer coach a year ago ^ ^ t^j^ ^ ,eajg„ M«v!«, Kw's'""* » wiUi'while stayfag on as Zeoetil^^^f^ Mexico the Padcers. was.honored at the manager/ recounted to 700;;;;^° ^^^^^ '5-73 m Uie last Defendmg r ^t'^ou^Tiu'^^ ^'•^^s^j ^^vrw ^^ars ^and -z that you wm be mme. I Yancey, Larry Ziegler, Jack Nicklaus. Gay Brewer, Tom Shaw and Rod Funseth. the margm was quarters of a lap wbidi IS wm fa 47 games. Shooniokor ridts Tuesday floor approximaldy 160 by 80 feet wiUi a potential attendance figure of 6^48." SOver saW. Silver has written to Uie Wcslem Hockey League for Information about installation cosU and rink siie and seating AGUA CALIENTE. '^'*~V "'**'^,^'j !r !;i'''»» Uie jie^M ihe circumstances tiiat ^ Tl. .H-Wisconsm Pro FooUiall Writers icd to his decision to jom Uie Redskins. ^L^^^ < decision, Jie said, was SINinV Wins predicated upon Uie opportunity to gam equity, but mostly to get featured Madera Handkap. But before his backers could collect Speedy Spud had to survive a cUlm of foul. The stewards ruled Uie colt had not interfered wiU) TenUi Ugon, Uie second horse. Foreignomer was Uiird. Catalina power boat race champion Arnold Palmer never figured. He had a ' dosing round 70 that put him in a four-way tie at 356. Nicklaus. who won $30,000 last week in Uie San Diego Open, took a check for $1,330 and Palmer on* back into coachmg. "I can say I have the best jobl 'i"" Ir^ipy ^t ^L ^n^ •'S the top money LONG BEACH (UPI)-Los An- even Uiough a year ago I hadi";;""" year wiUi $36.^ ,geles restaurant owner Dave every mtenUon of stayfag out of Casper is second wift ! Shane took an eariy-season lead jt. ^ you can wdl understand. S30.291. Amie is far back with cause of medianical difBcuHJes-jpofaU „ ^ , W Bdff. San Wm3 ^^y^'<>r.'^9^.^^J''^ $8,500 but j-idded to Hogle wbw he >"* « —. i^k'°llfter a pit stop. l/ijured reft storm create unusual sifuafion Santo Bartiara U *iUi • speedy Classified Ad .|6S persons wiUi four winneis ^, addition to Uie race vic-|^er doctors' R4 fur- Jnst dial for an ad-writer to-j fa Uie consolation pool coUect- ghane won Uie devdop- ,ravd. day! 793-32ZL led $27JO. Inent class championship. The' cruiser class winner was Peter 'Swifched' wiMMTs lisffed Bob Campbdl and Mrs. Uob- ard Watidas wcm ycttcfriar's: Bedbflds Oootiy Onb best MI of swttclied putncffs with a 84. S<>f«iid piaee it Fred Nkhds and Mrs. Biomcaberg. TM far wiUi aSi «f» JMb and Mrs. Tni HkkOt, Wanca Hooper and Mrs. Ttmk TatOt tad Waitca llito and GtKtt Umtitr. Vcfaoa Vm and Jbs. fmj] and Ma .m Executives join hockey working class RothschiU of Newport Harbor while the offshore class was «-oa by BiU Cooper of Marina Del Rey. I Ten of Uie 14 boats that junngsota started fa Uie race were able;Indiana ABA standings A pair of cxecnUm Itbe wDcUnc dass MmmI e «cat to Joinad fa the Natioaal Hockey Leagn* Strndv BiCbt Scotty Honisoo. Hm kapN 's! chief of referees, was pressed into service at St Lads when! IreCeree Vera BaOey was injured aad Enae Frands. flnnl aach of tha Niew Tack Jewish dsned UaMdf to a^ Ipitying coBliact «ba I I 's icBdar flDaBcv Ed GiacoiBin. Ma br a The Maatred ham tat to St I strefdied their nabeaten striag because ct a snowstorm and seasoa and Goniie Bowe added to 12 games over the Bhies byjwtaea regular goalie Ed Giaoom-janoUier goal fa Uie Bed Wagt' seoriac Um times to the final fa was ooe of tiree Baagerism coaqneit of Uw Loa Aagdes 'period iar a 44 deadodc withjpiayers oaafaie to teadi UiejKinss. the West DivisiaB leaders. >ar(aa Fraads named bimsdf as' * Mortisaa. a diaace speetatorjUie backup coalie to at tiie game, took aver aflcriSimmoas. fperiod goal* br Derek Sander-I Boffcy collided with Moalical'sj "I signed nysdf to a doUar-a-'son and Ken Hodge for a 3-3 tie jltRd Hanis to Uw first pcttod-^yeBr contract" Uie oae-tinie wiUi Oaklaad; ttie Tomito Bnficr am tahea to SL Lanisiactaitadcr said after New YorkHaple Leafs jumped off to Hatpttd with possWelralUed fir three foals to the ibar-goal - - * • • to finish. In oUier action Sunday, tiie Doa Boston Bmins rallied on Uurd-j Dcrdc Sander-i lead to TOCOBtO' dealing Ui^ faa^ aad ahndder iaioties aad the caaia waa driayfd a half- a Goal 10 mfantes aad a M deadkxk wiUi Uie PhOaddpUa Flyers. Ndnadcy of a dcgna pta-] •aaed at Oetnit atere Ftaak hat trick a( CUaco Bla^ Hawks thek fifth ooBseenthw defeat. M; aad Daiaar O-Shca aad BBl Golds- topnaidaflM " a M 'MMh billiard players tied Kentiicky Miami New Yoric East W. L. 27 24 30 27 26 24 25 24 14 Oakland LOS ANGElfS (UPI)-Three Denver top billiards players remained New Orieans tied for tiw lead today wiUi S-l{ Los .\ngdes records fa Uie $16,000 World's laviutional Pocket Billiards cbsmpiooships* Joe BaUs, HiassviDe'. Pena., Booato Alka. Burfaaak. and Ed Kdly. Las Vegas Nev.. cQ pat West W. 40. 31 26 22 a 15 Pet. GB j29 ... J26 ... JS20 Vi jlO 1 ^75 13 Pet. CB J51 .., jei2 J00 16V& .449 19 .447 19 J12 2SH Dallas Houston Sunday's RtMills Indiana 119 MfanesoU 118 Miami 106 New Orleans 103 eooUaaea Onagh Feb. Houston 129 OaUand 123 New Yodc at Kenh«*y. ppd. MMiAiy'sCaaMa Uaitd at Los Aagdes (Only game scbednled) Baltimore New York PhUaddphia Boston CincfanaU Detroit Milwaukee Los Angdes AUanU San Fran San Diego Chicago Seattle Phoenix East W. 42 42 38 35 31 24 17 West W. 40 37 26 26 34 22 13 Pet. GB .724 ... .667 2^4 .667 3Vi .603 7 J3 »ll .407 18H 283 26 Pet. <»• .667 ... .6017 .44813 .433 14 J93 16;i .355 19 .22a26Vi Sunday's Results Bsfa 122 Phila 117 MUwankee U7 San Diego 10» San Fran 121 SeatUe 120 Batt. loe AUaato 101 Lob Ang. 134 Fhoenik He NUndiy's CaaMa Saa Diego Ts-BoatM. Ondnaati at FUU (Only gamea ichedided)

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