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10 - Thursday, Feb. 13. 1969 Redlontfa Doily Focts Chamberlain leads Lakers to victory over Seattle SEATTLE {UPI)-llie fans—tiiird largest io the two- year history of the Seattle SuperSooics—who sat through! Wednesday night's National i Basketl>aII Association dasii widi Los Angeles saw Wilt Chamberlain at his dominating best With the Lakers down ,by a pcint, 5(M9. at the half, the 7-1 center s^-ung into action as he picked off H rebounds to hdp boost Lis Angeles to an 82-67 lead at the end of three periods and a final score of 109-92. Chamberlain wound, up with 32 points to lead all scorers and I gat offensive support from' -'forwards Elgin Ba^^ and Mdi Coucis who each added 24, points. Bob Rule was tops for Seattle wM 24. . I Los Angeles, whicii leads the; Western Divisioo. fired in only: three more fidd goals than the Sonics. 41-38. but had 17 more free throw attempts, lliey! converted 27 /if 43 against 16 o(j 25 for the loseis. ! Both teams are idle tonight with Los Angeles retming' home to host San Diego Friday. Seattle's next game is Sunday when it entertains Detroit I San Ditgo coach gots with Ra 'Mters OAKLAND. Oalif. (UPI)-Sid Hall, assistant coadi at San Diego State College for the last four years. Wednesday was named linebacker coach of the Oakland Raders. Hall's coaching career inr dudes stints at the Univwsity of Pacific and the University of Id^o. SFBtf4l FFER NO LIMIT TO CLASSIFICATION Automotive • Houses for Sale Real Estate • Houses for Rent Miscellaneous Etc. (anything) FOR TUB PRltB OF OFFER GOOD NOW THRU FEBRUARY 28 PRIVATE PARTY ADS ONLY NO COMMERCIAL BUSINESS ADS —PLEASE It's Simple to place your Classified Ad — Just stop by the office at 700 Brookside or just pick up the phone and Call... Classified advertising appearing in the Facts must be placed in person or by telephone no later than 4 :30 p-m. the previous day. fads SPORT SUMMIT MEETING — Baseball season was unofficially opened in Redlands last night when the Redlands Country Club monthly stag dinner featured Los Angeles Dodger basebaU owner Walter O'Malley (second from right) as the principal speaker. Shown with O'MaUey at the affair are, left to right, Joe DeMaggio, Redlands high school varsitv baseball coach; Hal Seley, former Los Angeles Ram co-owner; and Ted Runner, athletic director at the University of Redlands. Over 125 membei-s and guests were in attendance. (Photo by Jim Sloan) Talks here at Country Club RHS swimmers to see first action iriday Redlands High Terrier snim- mers will get their first action j of the season tomorrow in the annual Estancia High Relays.! Estancia High is located at 2323; It seems that Los Angeles! out of action much of last year; Pro sports, he remarked, are Placentia avenue in Costa Mesa.i Dodger basebaU owner Walter because of injuries. 'becoming too dependent on out- The meet begins at 3 p.m. lO'JIalley gels weather-bitten, The Dodgers were not hurt side sources of revenue. They Back at the helm of the Ter-; every time he tries to play a [much in the expansion draft, he'should be building a saleable . iu. T>..ji.,j ..l ^Q(j^ g^.g^ though no major product, he explained, which 0'Mo//ey XQ 'poxh new /aces w/7/ be in \^QdQ&% lineup riers this season is coach Bob Chambers. Seven schools are entered -in game of golf at the Redlands Country Ciub. O'Malley was scheduled to ar- the invitaUonal event. «-,th Redlands, sch<»k are Mon-, ^.^^Club rovia. Long Beach MUlikan. Up-, | ... land, Newport Harbor, Rolling Hills and the hosts. Numerous relay events will be run during the afternoon with ^ ^ all events finals. Places will bej""^*j" t^ed'out. even with judged on time. I the drizzles yesterday, it was Stag. But, checking with the Weather Bureau, he reconad ered and went to the club only to liven up the night Stag dinner. •I think our best chance will be in the varsity 4x50 medley a far better day for golf than the last time O'Malley took ..... .-.-..J ——--» I man me lasi uiiie u II with I^rry Boxer, Fred Ottito the fairways here. T. —J Dill Shaw-' - ~ .n. trades have been made during!could be supported at the box the off-season — so far. | office. The personable Dodger own-; "Television sponsors cannot or, presWent and public re-j forever be counted on to bear lations expert, predicted that the' the financial load of up to five new major league rule lower-! football or baseball games in a ing the pitchers mound will weekend of programming." ; ciuu umy come to the aid of the hitters — Also on the program last night Wednesday "and that's good," he empba- was former Los Angeles Ram 'sized. professional football o\vner Hal When questioned about the Seley, who accompanied O'Mal- players strike, he offered a few i ley on his last trip, and indus- serious off-the-record remarks trialist-sportsman E m m e 11 and added that he thought it is; Jones. Bruce Kocsis and Bill ver," Chambers said. On December 13. 1967. he tried to get in a game before another RCC affair but the temperature was better for ice hockey. It was in the low 20 's. O'Malley shrugged off the weather last night ("Redlands is a good place for doctors — must be plenty of pneumonia here") and told over 125 members and guests that baseball was his game and that bis Dodgers will probably show several new faces in the opening game starting lineup this year. "Fans and many sport writers failed to notice that during the final month of last season, with subs Willie Crawford and Bill Sudakis in the lineup, we had ill-advised for club owners to threaten park lock-outs, just as it is for players to do anything to hurt negotiations now going on. Master of ceremonies Bill Lauer presented the three sports figures with RCC caps "in case they ever play golf on Redlands when the sim shines." Swedisli tetmis player suprise of tounament SAUSBURV. Md. (UPI)Sweden's Ove Bengtsson, the mystery man of the early indoor season, faced Torbin inrich of Denmaiic and exciting Ismael El Shafei of Egypt met steady Mark Cox of England today in quarterfinal matches of!Sudakis in the lineup, we hadi lugn sencs — oam ouo...c. the U.S. Indoor tennis champion-j the best won-lost record m the! 591, Adele Edwards 532. ^ ^ n i, ships. league." 200 Club - Camille Marchese ^^Sit Game - Howard Burk The 6 -foot, -l-inch bearded' He added that speedster Bill 225, Gwcn Chandlee 225, Jess hart 214. r. u t c=o BcngUson. surprise winner of i Grabarkcwitz will probably find'Harrod 221, Ray Burr 213, Sara High Series — Don Hunt 559. Uie Scandinavian and German's spot m the Uncup after being Shawver 210, Marion Burk 207,: 200 Club — Don Hunt 203, «.,„ .hi, ! Ray .\usink 206, Amos Notting- Charlie Gold 203, Len Hickey I ham 205, Larry Karr 201. Gene. 200, Ho«-ard Bm-khart 214. I Lipskey 202, Dottic Jackson 202,' Hassle Hensley 202. Clyde Sims 201. NigM LadiM Handicap High Game — Susan Bullock 190. High Series — Grace Krueger At Empire Bowl: I Lanny EU 249, Jack Dundas 202. mLlr, Mixtd Four : Chuck Dundas 217. Bill Kidwell Hi.h 1e^ Harnxll202, Mike Kebely 212, Don low- lUgh Series - Sam Shawver Wolfe 200. Indoor titles this year, conti nued his spectacular play Wednesday wten he ousted Jan Kodes of Czecboslovakia 7-5. 911, 6-2. Bengtsson again showed his Ug serve and swift move to the net although he seemed to bav« trouble moving laterally. UUicli was expeobed to give Bengtsson a stem test with his cross-court shots and all-around Eam& El Sbafd outserved Tom Ediefsen of Fort WaUon Beach, Fla., 17-15, 10-12, 64 in a three and a half hour matdi Wednesday while Cox defeated Bob Lutz of Los Angdes, Calif., the fifth-ranked player in the United Slates 4-6. 6-t, 64. Cox. wito bad not dropped bis service against two previous opponents, was broken in the lOtfa game of Uie first set but hdd his serve throughout the rest of the match. Charlie PasareU'of Santmcc, P.R., upset Brazilian nomaz Kock. tile top toeign seed. 1816, 6-1. Oark Graebner of New Yort downed Bobby Wilson of England 6-4. 64 and SUn Smith Pasadena, Calif., routed LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The National Football League Los Angdes Rams announced today I they will meet the Buffalo Bills of the AFL in a preseason game at the Coliseum Sept 6. The Saturday night clash is Rams to play Bills in LA. on Sept. 6 900 Majors High Game — Roger on 276. High Series — Roger Ndoa 668. 200 aub — Herb Buyak 227, Rod Nottingham 207, Bob Law< rence 216. IMck Sdyer 202, Jim Leppard 204, Jay Bdlamy 217, 493. Junior WomM Two i— -rr . - High Game — Trudie Cbat-JSam Shawver 235, Bffl Nottmg- £je]d i7g I ham 208. Clint Burson 205, Val High Series - Trudie Chatfield' y^"*!?""^ 200. Red Pool 211. •ine saiumay mgnr ciasn . «9. B^Ml^n^ ^^f^ expected to mark the return of Cih, <rf Hop. 4 2,^^^ He™ T^phy ^V.nner 0^ J. Hi«h Game - Winters Bro^ 2^^^ Simpson to the gndiron where 212- 'Amos Nottingham 204. Rich Se- he set numerous records as a "»gh Senes - Ann Wmters ^^.^^ ^^i^ ^ j,^^^ runnmg back for the Umversity Lesau* !of Southern California. i City LMgue | jjjgjj Qa^g 1. Shar- Simpson was the Bills' top draft choice but has still not agned a contract High Game — Carson Kilday 256. 200 Oub — Carson Kilday 256, Knudson hopes to match last year's Arizona tour cr209. Mik^^utovic"^ Yug ^ica^nSSn'^Se KjX!. hop- Mjko^IM>vjcjf Yugos^^^. ,„ ,„ ^„^,e «f matdies. piekedlor Florida clubs MONTREAL (UPI) - Bay Boetd. a West Palm Beach., . Fla.. sportswriter, today wasiplayed named general manager of the 16,509-yard. ing to continue his dominance «f the two Arizona stops on the PGA tour. 20-year tour veteran Julhis Boros and U.S. Open champion Lee Ttevino bead the field teeins off today in the SlOO.000 Pboenfac Open. Kundsoi^ w(m both the Phoenix and Tucson tournaments last year while the 48-year-old Boros captured the Phoaiix event in 1967, the last time it was over the Oat par 71 Arizona High Series — Ruth De Sbw er 536. EMPIRE Hi^ Game — Au^e Rosa 215, Carol Morer 210. High Series — Augie Rosa SSO^ Carol Meya- 568. , 200 Club — Card Me>-er 210, Augie Rosa 215. respectively, as 41 of the 50 • Empir« Mixsd Four pros entered broke par. Trcvino! Hi^ Game — RoWrie Jdm- was one of those dippmg over I son 245, Toby Wallen 215. par with a 72. ' High Series — George Loomis West Palm Beach dub in tbe Fkrida SUte League, the parent Montreal Expos an- Boetd succeeds BtU Stei- oedce, who has been named Expos scoutins supervisor in Florida. TTie Expos also revealed that Ed Sadowski, a former major; ieasne catcher, bas aj^ointed manaser in been _ West Palm Beadt He previously was aimrmiffd as -manager of Sarasota in the Iteida Coast Counby Club course. However, lesser known players were left to back up predidJODs that it wiU take a ZO-mder-par score to wis the 72- hde eyent as the toomament kicked off with the pro-am Wednesday. Dale Douglass had the top pro score-a " Terry Dill, Tommy Aaron, Ray Floyd and Mac McLendon ,had the second best pro-am rounds with 65s. Missing are Billy Casper, tbe 1968 leading money winner and winner of last week's Bob Hope Desert. Classic, and J%k NIcklaus, who triumphed in the San Diego Open tn-o weeks ago. Three-time tourney winner Arnold Palmer also decided to pass tip a chance at the $20,0001 1608, Dottie Owens 589. 200 aub — Robbie Johnson 245, George Loomis 236, Toby Wailen 215, Gordy Edwards 211. Bin Waters 2U, Dottie Owens 209, Gene Lipskey 203. Even DeiM High Game — Carl Sepulveda 229. Hi^ Series — Cari Sepulveda 589. 20O aub — Cari Sepulveda 229, George Kanatani 202, Roman indnded seven birdies, but still failed to match the blistering 61 shot in a practice by Jeny Abbott Knudsons and Boros' pro^m efibrts were far back m Itbe pack at 68 and 70, Swantek 303, Dub Muth 202, Bob Black 200, Ralph Roberts 200. Tvachers Hi^ Game — Tom Sakiyama 206. Maty Harsfaman 177. High Series — BiH Scbram 559. Diane Lowry 490. Niflht M#ii's HMMSCSP High Game — Gerage Piersoo George Archer, winner of theim Crosby Classic. i High Series — George Piersop Rains through the night|629. I first prize. Seeking thdr second wins on file 1969 tour as it moved out of California were Chaiiie Sifford, I Los Angeles Open diampion; Dick Lotz, winner of the Alameda County Classk:; Miller Barber, vibo fimsbed first in the MTDouglass' round Kaiser International, and: Oreatened to force postponement or cancellation of first round iday. 200 aub — (George Pierson 220, Herman Van Engen 212, Ron Slats aOT.

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