Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 15, 1969 · Page 11
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Two firsfe cwirf 0 second Varsity swim team takes third in relays Redlands hisb sdmA's varsi-'medley rdays and were rim(A) swimnung team took oers-up in the 50 jratd butter- tiiinl place overall in tfae annn-| By. a] Estaada Invitatjooal Bda}S bdd in CosU Mesa yesterday. Coach Bob Chamber's Bee swimmers eoded the day's oom- pctitioa in fouilb and tfae Cees wound up seventh. lite Tenier varsity squad captured two firsts and a second place during the meet "Qiey won the 50 and 100 yard individaal Team results are as foDows: Vanity 100 bMfividiial Medley — Bill Shawver, Fred Ott. Larry Boxer and Bruce Eocsis, 1, 4:03.S. 50 Freestyle — Mike Branden- bei^ger, Cbaries Beriingeri, Dare! Donnan, Bcxer and Shawv«r, 2. SO Badotioke — BrandeiAer- ger, Lenker, Staerrod and Donnan, 7. SO MeiBey Bday - Kbcsis, Ott. Boxer and Sbawver, I, 1:«3. 100 Individual Medey — Gkm Shrive, Steve John, Tim Beaver Pete Lenker, Oiarlesiand Mike Newman, 3. SPORTS Redlonds Ooify Facte Saturday, Feb. 15. 1969 - II San Bernaridino wins. 60-39 Claremont swimmers too tough for Bulldogs aeiTod and Mike Peny, 4. SO Butleifty — Kocsis, Ott, Beard, Maxwell take lead in Phoenix Open golf PHOENIX. Ariz. fDPI)-( opening round 6S to remain Confident veterans Frank Beard j among the top contenders for and Billy Maxwell today led 78 golfers into the final two rounds of the S100.000 Phoenix Open golf toiBnament I the $20,000 first prize. Johnny Stevais brofee the course record Friday with a scorching nine-under-par 62. Beard 29, and Maxwell. 39, However, coiq^ed vitb bis even were deadlocked with U-under-iPar round Thursday, it was par 131s after the first 36 holes jSO'*' only for a three-way tiel^"^ i —one stroke ahead of j-outhfiill with Jack Ewing and Hugh John Jacobs. 1965 Phoenix I Koyer at 133. SO Freestyle — Marc Kbenig, Bob Bischoff, Oaik Krestoo, Jeff Van Wieren, Don Stdcer and Leon Van Sidde, 3. 50 Breaststroke — Sbiive, Van Wieren, Beaver and Joim, 4. 50 Backstroke — Kbenig, Bis- cfaofi, Jim C<Kiiss and Newman, 3. 50 Medley Relay — Newman. John, Beaver arid Shrive, 6. Cet 100 Individual Medley — Dennis Scfaall, Kent Corwin, Joe Von Moos and Charles John, 3. 50 Breaststndce — Von Moos, Corwin. Brad Seamons and The IWversily ol Redbsds swimming team was ovcspow- ered by defending conference cftampwn Oareffloat Harvey HwU OoUege yestetday 74-39 at OaremaoL Coadi Gaiy Tnyte jagged ius hneup to "give our swimmers the dianee to swim some dif- tenat events," but it made little difference in the outcome. John Gorman swam Us season's best lOOO freestyle and set a varsity record in tfae 200 badc- stroke with a time of 2:17.5. Dave Scott tied a varsity record in tfae SO yard freestj^ with a 23.2 doddng and won the 100 yard freestyle. UR place winners induded: 1000 Freestjde — Gonnan 1, 10:4L0. 2D0 Freestyle — Hoy Newell, 3. SO Freestyle — Scott, 2. 20O Individual Medley — Gorman. 3. 1 Meter IMving—Dave Bowes, 1, Russd Moates, 2. ZOO Butterfly — Bany Biersdi- badi, 3. 100 Fre^Ie — Scott, 1, 5L0. 200 Backsbvke — Gorman, 2. 500 Freestyle — Scott, 3. 200 Breaststroke — Newdl, 2. 3 Meto: Diving — Bowes, 1, Motes, 3. The next meet for tfae Bulldogs wiU be Friday when they entertain Occidental at tfae UR pool starting at 4 p.m. diampion Rod Funsetfa and Don January. Beard was elated after dn^^ing a six-foot birdie putt on the 18ft bole to ct^ a 32-33—' 65 second roiud over the Arizona Country dub course. Par is 35-36-7L "My first 36 holes m this tounament are as good as any two rounds Tve ever played,' he said. "I think I could have shot six or eight strokes better over tile two days. I bit all the fairways, but missed sevea or ei^t putts &om less than 10 feet." Maxwell, who qHirled from a seven-way tie tor first at the end of ^ opening round, was equally happy with his 66 and said he finally was hitting his stride in tfae seventh tournament of the 1969 tour. Tfae pros continued to blitz the flat 6,S09-yard course Friday. The cutoff was at two-under-par 140. Jacobs, 23, on his first tour, shot a 67 to add to his first round 65. Funsetfa matdied his I putted real well and made aU the putts I should have except one or two," said Stevens, noting he dumged putters after tfae first round. "I Aould be gettfflg used to putting ... I had to putt for a birdie in a playoS b> qualify for this tournament." VS. Open champion Lee Trevino narrowly made the cut with 70-70-140. BSbafeiJr. meets Ukich this lime S.UISBURY, Md. (UPI)-i Back in 1918. a young Danish tennis player named Torben Ulricfa made his Davis Cup debut by beating Egypt's Ismael El Shafei Sr. El Shafei's son—named Is- mad El Sbafd Jr.—was bon that same year he lost to CUich. Ulricfa, a temus marvd who's still playing in tfae Ug time at age 40. plays in tfae semi-finals Stars limp home with another loss LOS ANGELES (UPI)-The Los Angdes Stars limped home today with two starters still out witfa injuries, four strait 50 Backstroke — Charles Dougherty, Contin, Sdiall and V'on Moos, 3. 50 Medley Relay — Dou^i^ ty, Seamons, John and Schall, 7. Ryiffl'siRO record gets official OK Coasf baskefball roundup Tough for lop player who's on a weok team Cold-shooting second half ruins Terriers cage hopes A cc^shooting second half ruined Rediands Terrier chances of upsetting San Bemirdino last night in the Cards gym. The hosts romped to a 60-39 wm and handed coach Al Endeman's luckless basketball dub] its 10th loss ct tfae conference season. After a fiigid first quarter, whidi saw the Terriers score onty seven points, guard Bob Chesnos led a second period in the third quarter. Coach Gary Smith's hustling quint opened a seven-point bulge by the end of the third quarter and comi^etdy dominated play during the final stanza. Both coaches substituted freely in the waning moments of| the already-dedded contest Chesnos led Terrier scorers with 14 pomts. dosdy followed by big Bill Bollinger who contributed 13 pomU. Redlands hit 33 per cent from spurt whidi knotted the count "'^ ''oor while the Cards man- at 21-21 at balftnne. . The crowning of a homecoming queen at ceremonies during intermission seemed to bring the Cards alive as play (^wnedj Yucaipa beats faidiolnDVL liaskeiiiall play losses and a Sunday night date at the Sports Arena with tfae Kentucky Colonels. The Stars staged a fourth LONDON fUPI)-Jim Ryun's sil«r Olympic medal had a bit more shine today. R>-un, a disappwnting second to Kipchoge Keino of Kmya in the Olympic 1500 meter run last October, officially took possession of the world 880-yard record Friday when the International Amateur Athletic Federation ratified his 1:44.9 dockmg established m 1966. The lAAF approved 50 worid T ^rinA roiw Pr!H,v n!,!,. v„, I track aod ficM marfcs. includiug K NW -^Hr im B «"»<»'s ^-naring a-foot., m to the New Yoric Nets W-.jw.ioch long jump at the 1968! today of the VS. indoor tennis cfaampiMisfaips. His opponent? He's El Sbafet Jr.. now 21, who's never made it to tfae semi-finals of a major tournament in tfae past The winner will play in the finals Sunday agahist tfae winner of Saturday night's semt -fittal matdi between CUrk Graefaner end Stan &mth -two O.S. aces. Graebner beat Bon Hdmbcrg of iSghland Falls, X.Y. 64. 1-6. 6-3 and Smith topped Charies Pasardl of Santurce. P.R. M, uiami M in Friday's quarterfinals. .Minnesota The Grad»er-Smith wmner Indiana will be beavOy favored to beat Kentucky 103 in a road game. Coach Bill Sharman's dub, placing without Ed Johnson and Merv Jackson, came back from a 23-point deficit-80-57-in the thfa-d period and cut the Nets' lead to 105-103 with 48 seconds remaiiung. Steve Chubin, an ex-Star, paced New York with 31 points and teammate Willie Somerset added 29. Bob Warren, tfae rookie from Vanderbilt bad 25 for tfae Stars. LA. State wins diving LOS ANGELES <UPI) - Los Angdes State, witfa Doug Denton taking the throe • meter event woo its own Los Angdes State Di\'ing Invitational with 38 pomts Friday. Long Beach State foKowed the Diablos with 28 points witfa tfae 49ers' Rusty McCarthy Olympics in Mexico City. A number of other worid marks set at the Olympics recdved recognitmn. induding three by American rday teams. The 38.2 seconds in the men's 400-meter relay (Charlie Green, Md Pender. Ronnie Smith, Jimmy Hines) was approved as was tfae 2:56.1 for tfae men's 1600-meter relay (Vince Matr thews, Ron Freeman. Lawrence James, Lee Evans). Also accepted was the women's 400-metcr relay time of 42.8 seconds established by Barbara FerrdL Margaret BaBes. .MiMretlc Netter and Wyomia Tyus. By United Prws liilenialiwwl It's tough for a bot^i basketball player to get raves when he's pWinS ^or a weak team. That's the prol>Iem facing Don Griffin of Stanford. The senior badccourt ace is second only to Lew Alcindn- in Pacific Eight scoring and when the Indians wm, he's always the reason. He'll probably be high in the All-Coast baUoUng. but might be an All-America hopeful with a stronger team. He swished IS of his 20 points in the second half Friday night as the Tribe blew an early lead and let Oregon catch up at 59- alL Then Grifiin got two key baskets and the Cards went on to win 70-6L It was a tough night for Oregon teams all arotuid as the Ducks fdl at California 91-70. Soph Jackie Ridgle. third to jAlcindor and Griffin in the scoring derby, got 25 for the Bears in that one. Protemis jroups not too happy NBA standings •r MM PrtM InttfiMNeiHl East the one-meter competition. Fullerton SUte was third with 12 points fdtowed by Fullerton Junior College with 8 and Cal Poly of Pomona with 4. ABA standings By Unitad Prm IniemaHMMl East W. L. Pet CB 28 25 538 ... 29 26 .527 ... 30 28 J17 >3 W. L. Pet. CB Baltimore 45 16 .738 ... New Yoric 43 21 .672 3K Philadelphia 39 20 .661 S Boston 36 24 .600 8^ Cincinnati 31 29 .517 13V& Detroit 2S 37 .403 20^ Milwaukee 17 45 .274 28K Wast W. L. Pet. CB Los Angdes 42 20 .en .„ AllanU 39 2S .609 4 San' Francisco 28 33 .459 13» San Diego 27 35 .435 IS Chicago 2S 38 J97 IIM Seattle 22 41 J49 20H Phoenix U 48 .213 28^ NEW YORK (UPI)-Twoi professional tennis groups fed they may have been swept under the rug wlien tfadr amateur brothers cleaned house, and they are threatemngj reprisals of their own. Tbe National Tennis League and World Champioosfaip Tennis the tnrich-Sbafd winner. Gnebner. of New Yoit, likes to describe faimsdf as a "weekend" tennis plaj-er even Oakland tiiongb he's likely to be tfae top- Dem-cr ranked amateur if Artfaor Ashe New Orieans turns pro. Dallas Smith, of Pasadena, Calif., Los Angdes has nc\-er beaten Graebner hi a Houston tournament or in ttie Davis Cup Friday's Result* trials. Smitii. however, notes: NY 107 Los Angdes 103 that several times when he's ^ Miami 123 Houston 110 played Graebner he's been; Minnesota 123 Dallas 114 exhausted from a five-set match' Denver 112 Indiana 103 the prenous day. j (Only games sdie&iled) This time Smilh should be; Sahitday^s Games rested smce he ttvok only 44 1 Dallas at Indiana 26 26 15 37 West W. L. 41 8 33 27 23 22 17 JOO IM 22 27 27 31 34 .288 12V3 Pet 6B J8SI ... .600 U .500 16H .460 18H .413 21 .333 25 Friday's ResuMt Detroit 128 Pboenix 123 San Fran 127 PhiL Ul AtUnU 101 Boston 101 (ot) Baltimore U2 Mthraokoe 122 Los Angdes 115 San Die0> 109 (CMy games sdieduled) Sakirday'* Came* San FVandsoo at New Yoric (andnnati at Chicago (Only sunes scheduled) minutes to poUsh oQ Pasardl in strait sets. New Orieans at OaUand (Only games scheduled) WRESTLING SCHEDULED EVANSTON. m. (UPI) — The I first national championship of I the U.S. Wresthng Fedmtioa will be bdd here April ^26 and 28-29. Freestyle compeUtion is scheduled for the first two days ^and Greco-Roman for the last two. both have expressed concern as !a result of the revohitiooaiy idecisioas made by tfae United States Lawn Tennis Association at its recent meeting ia Florida. The USLTA accepted tfae category of "registered" players, meaiiing an amateur can compete in open tournaments for prize money, bi addition, tfae Lawn Tennis Assodati'oa decreed that prize money could be offered la tournaments that are not open. Tbe professinnals. who com nand some of the best-drawing names in internatiooal tennis, fed that all monies al stake m an open competition AooU go to Uiem. Bob Briner. executive director Ihe Yucaipa continued their winnmg ways in Desert Valley League basketball play last ni^t stompmg on hosting Indio lugb schod, 60-51. Steve Trost led T-Bird scorers aged to hit on 48 per cent of then: shots. The winners also captured rebounding honors, 3220. The loss dropped Redlands recoul to 2-10 in Citrus Belt League play and evened San Bernardino's at 6-6. i League-leading Chaffey man: aged to atop the CBL heap Iwith a hard-fought 74-62 win ; over Ramona. Pacific kept their ' title hopes alive by downing Eisenhower 89-J9. With both front-runners winning, the stage iis set for their key contest Thunderbirds; scheduled for next Thuesday evening. In tfae other CBL game, San Gorgonio eked out a one^wint 50-49 win over Foatana in tfae Steder gym. In CBL Bee competition yesterday. Sac Bonardino nndged Redlands 54-52. Redlands (39) G. F. T. Chesnos 6 2 14 McNally 0 0 0 Boffinger 4 5 13 Dunn 10 2 Savage 0 0 0 Johnson 2 0 4 Lang 2 2 S Totals 15 SBHS (60) G. Hackleman 0 Lee 7 Diggs 3 George 2 Quarles 4 Adair 5 ! Wilson 2 with 17 points and was backed up in the offensive column by two oUier double figure team mates. Scott Humphrey hit 15 points and Rick Waller had 14. Yucaipa (M) Christianson . Humphrey .. Hunt Trost Waller Totals 28 liMfie (51) G. Strange 8 R. Mason 6 7 0 1 0 Totals 22 Score by quarters: Yucaipa 18 14 16 12-60 10 9 17 15-51 Tbe two Bay Area dubs swap foes today while UCLA is at Washington State and USC is at Washington. The West Coast Athletic Conference also gets going tonight with Loyda at Penperduie. Santa Barbara at| San Jose State, St Blary's at VOV, and sensational Santa Clara at USF. The Portland Pilots gave coach Bill Turner a nice Valentme gift by edging Northern Arizona 73-73 in overtime. Turner announced earlier in the day he was quitting to go into private business and Portland ga\-e Uie young coach his ttiird win. Stan Tally hit tbe winnmg backet at tfae txizzer and woundlEoff up with 31 pomts. I Pearson Linfield moved to wiUun a Witey . game of taking an unprecedent -j Bracken ed fiftii straight Northwest I Drury 0 Conference tiUe with a 101-88 win over Whitman. The Wildcats can sew up the title tonight in a rematch with Whitman. San Francisco State is 8-0 in i Indio the Far Western Conference after a 72-58 win at Humboldt Stale. Girard (Hiatntan had 30 for the winners. The Cal Aggies | sta>'ed one game back with a 77-74 squeaker at Sacramento Stale, thdr first win in 26 years on Uie Hornets' court Bob Daris had 24 for thewinners. It was Sonoma State 73 Hayward State 68 and Nevada Reno 72 Cbieo State 71. Ramon Sotoman bad 27 for Sonoma and Lincobi Waiiams 24 for Nevada. Weber, whose 19-2 record is tUrd best m tbe West behind UCLA and Santa Clara, took (^onzaga 94^ to run their Big Sky record to 9-0. Valley SUte is a tough 6-3 in the CCSA while Cal Poly Pomona is 04 after Loren Bracci's 23 points led Valley to tfae 80-70 win. Westmonl bas a 13-9 record, but is still about Uie wildest scoring team of them alL The Warriors roUed 110-87 Friday night against Chapman. Dick Barton's 23 fadped Riverside take Cal LuUieran 9083. Andy Amer's tip-in at tfae buner brought San Diego State tile 77-76 nod over Cal Poly SLO and Los Angdes SUte fdl 17 iMck but caught Fullerton and won 7646. Ron Knight bad 25 for Uie DiaUoa; now 4-3 m Uie CCAA. F. 0 1 0 3 0 4 F. 1 2 0 1 0 1 •> Goodloe 2 Ector 2 39 T. 1 15 7 4 9 11 4 5 4 6 60 Totals 27 Score by quarters: Redlands 7 14 9 9-39 San Bernardino..12 9 16 23-60 Veteran players don't show at White Sox eamp Dodgers-SC game free tomorrow LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The public will be admitted free Sunday when the Los Angdes Dodgers face defendmg NCAA champion University of South- em California in a five-inning game at Dodger SUdium. Dodger Stadhim, one of thej most spacious major league fa- dlities, will have reduced dimensions this season. Home plate was moved out 10 feet in effect brmging m tbe fences Uie same distance. SARASOTA, Fla. (UPI)-You T I couldn't tdl it by looking at the 5'Chicago White Sox' training 5 1 camp Friday but the players gj strike against Uie major league owners has opened. 14 1 There were no picket lines or ' any visible signs of a strike as Uie White Sox opened camp tor then: pitchers and catchers and 21 players showed up. But the strike was Ulung place since most of the big name playens didn't show up. Gary Peters, wlio lives in Sarasota in the off season, was 2 1 at home sunning himsdf and _i players like Joe Horlen and 51 Tommy John weren't even in town. In Los Angdes, Horlen said, "I'm not going to Sarasota until wo aU get word from our represenUtive (Marvin Miller) to do so." The playo^ are string over Uie funding of Uie pension plan. Miller said the turnout of 21 players at the White Sox' camp was "just atxHit wiiat we expected." He said be expected a number Egan sparks Lakers to win over Rockets INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI)— of muKN: leaguers to Aow up but he asked, "where are the name players?" He added, "where is Gary Peters and where's Joe Horien. They certainly can't field a team wiUi what they've got Uiere." Manager Al Lopez opened Uie White Sox' camp with the comment "it's business as u.sual for anybody who shows up." Only two players who attended—Russ Nixon and Dan Osinski—bad more than a year's experience in the' big leagues. Technically, tfae strike cannot begin until March Ist because a player can't really be required to report until then even if he's signed a contract But the teams usually invite their pitehers and catchers to report early and they usually do so the White Sox action was regarded as a strike. The next team to schedule Uie opening of camp is Uie New York Yankees. The Yanks are set to start Monday and two of Uieir pitchers, Md Stottlemyre and Stan Bahnsen, are among Uie best m Uie league. If Uiey boUi fail to report, itil give the players side a boiKt The teams are offering to mcrease their yeaiiy contribution to the pensfon fund by from S4.1 to $5.1 million. The payers have rejected ttie million-dollar mcrease because Ihtv want the The new home run range is WUt Chamb ^lain say. Uie l «l ^^i^.^ ^'^^ 330 feet down each fine, 370 Angdes Lakers need Jeiryljnerease of onlyVnXn doDars in right and left center, and 400 in sta^ghUway center fidd Springs pop up on greens of Valeydub RHS tends team defeats Palm Springs Redlands high school tennis of Worid ChamplonsMp Ten^,iHham Scott 7S^C^ Wash-.inslead of gdf «rts at Uie|:Q;ci^U^" hi,"7^rlii)ilSi^"upTS _.. X. «... •M^ 98 Whilworth 65. Uwis exclusive Valley Qub any daypoi^s. in addition, he hdpediPalm Springs yesterday on U M win over Uie San Diego Rockets. .OU^r^^scores: Boise SUte 9.[They might start renting boats] MONTECrro, Calif. (UPI)— West if they're to win their first National Basketball Association tiUe this season. That seems to be a shrewd observation but it may not be a valid one. nritii tbe all-star guard missing his fourth straight game because of an injuiy, Johnny Egan filled m and sparked Uie Lakers to a llS-109 win be swallowed up by the increase in four teams. said hi Dallas tfiat "Uie profesaonals do not hitend to play unless it is economically feasible" for them to do so. He added that negotiaUons wiUi the USLTA were going on almost jdaily and he was confident an amicabte solutkn could be reached. and Clark 92 Willamette 79, Subpac 109 The Philippines 83. AlBaleoek joins S.D. State staff . u \'*"^ a tough San Diego fiiu RHS courts. by recent court press. The Terriers won four of fiva .^rj.^."^^ ^ " »•« tl»e Lakers' fourth singles play matehes and divid- •r'«^n h-, w ,»i s'^'SJ" victory-aU wUwut «• d«»Wes contests. rJ J^!^J^^ ilSf West-and Idt Uiem wiU, a 6fl «u^ ^''^'^'^ ^'^ ^ Jack Baker commented. "I, chamberlain, who had anj Indoor meet in LA. today, tonight Olympians compefe in track m file etifi (UPI)-An! Jamaica and John Carlos of San ^ events di-! Jose SUte. battUng it out in the by tix appeatance of'?^'^ ^ ^ E>-aas of oy nie appearance oi,^^ competing against Ron Freeman of Ariao- na SUte in tbe 600 -yanl dash. Seagren, boider of bodi the hidoar and outdoor pole vadt marks, gets strong oppositian fnm D OB Vaughn Vkk BaiUwt e< UCLA. Gnek note- On Tapmmakia of San Jose State. Finn Eitti Mnstari of Fresno State and Andy Stdien of Occidenlri. In tbe federation nule, dymcjaa Wade BeB goes ' a fidd Oat ndndes NeiU DngiB of Unnmity o( Soatfaem Cahfoniia. Ttm Dai MB of San Diega SUte mi CSS Wert afBctlalv.CaUE. One a£ Ike h^Ui^ of tel Nrt is expecW i» -be tday it «UA AiHlnJ LOS ANGELES all-day series of maxed Olympic Games oonpeiitors during tiie evening t'jgMig*'* today's first ananal U-S. TOtki and Rdd Federatiaa tadoorl trade meet <g the Lot Aagdctj Spoite Arena. The daytime aegmtat begia- Bing at ajn. " more Uian 600 lugh jnmor caOege and »tiiV4»f oocnpetiog in more thanj 20 evcats as a ptdndeto fiie 2Z-| event evening program of inviiatiaaal and open oonpeti- tfae fidd it beaded bgrOlyavieiKilejaidt Bob Sewta. vte is U ieet; Jiaier c(l Can Kerry Pearce. attending the Univosty of Texas at El Faao. TUBS (be mile anchor leg against USC$ Ote Oleson. Pearce is tbe two^iOe todoor record boUer. With Pearce pa^wng up the two-mile, NdrwcgiaB Ane Kval' behB tope tbe fidd in that Oae of tfae better races ir the mile rday in which Carlos and EvaoB win mn tfae third * fourth legs for Sa Jose State agaiart swift manert firom VSC Texas at EI Paso aod the Dnhrersity of Cdifania. In tiff wwnc&'s conpetitioii, Chi Cbeag, Olympie medal x from tbe BepobUe «( Oiaa. beads the fieU to are » yard bndts widls Doris Bra of O M Talcaa ftack-Cb* at\ k Wasb:. Is Ibe l« BdvfteanaHo'sade. ZBKI lO COACH - Zdce Bnllvmlii. a U-yearnteran at tba I «aiioBri Fbolfaal Laagne wats, was slefaM to be (kecB Bigr Padnr eoaeh- lag stsff (his week by bead coach Phil Bcogtsoo. BratitDW- sld lias beea badmp qnaiter- back to Bait Stair'for severd yean. It was not stated whether he wS be a piayercoaeh er whelfaer Ibe dMBge moves U B dear «t af the ptaying laaka. Ihe Bates ban Dtn Bm, Toa« Saa Oie^ Sata ]•••«' (DM Singles Crossley (PS) def. John Jiminez. haven't had my boots ott for! ^o"""^'^' »no oad an; Gerry Byrnes (R) def. Adolph. Uo weeks" '^ at! Rick Gearhart (R) def. Lar- Gushers' of »-ater initially' ^'l"^^! conlri-son began appearing al VaUey Gub ^, ^an Diego and David Rosenberger (R) def. during a beav? do*-npour twolf""^"^ ^Sm Baylor added"" • SAN DIEGO (UPI)-San Diego State has filled a vacancy on its football coachuig slafi. _ .....^ »a»*»»Mj««a hnw*Kn The Aztecs, die best of the;weeks ago. The number in- smaU coUege lot Uie past three!creased Uiis week. Western Division leaders Thursday announced i Tberfr are springs on Uie fifUi, "amtained a four-game bulge sevenUi and ninUi boles. AnoUi- """^^ AUanta, wbich also won. er is coming up on the sevenUiJ For the Rockets, rodde Elvin Uie hiring of Al Balcock as an assistant coach. Bakock, bead coach at College of tbe Sequoias for seven years, replaces ddensive coordinator Sid HalL Hall resigned to become linebadcer coach of Uie Oakland Raders of die American Football League. green. "It's surface water," Baker explamed. "It probably will take 60 days or more before it dries up." Damage is expected to run more than $100,000. Hayes had 25 and Don Kojis made 24. Los Angdes now goes oo the road for three games. The Lakers are at Slilwaukee Sunday, New York Tuesday and Baltimore Wednesday. Mandinach. Rick Creatura (R) def. ScoU. Doubles Raphael and Cbaisson (PS) def. John Rundle and Jerry Cox. Tom Fallows and Bruce Bill- bardt (R) def. Bargen and Choy. The Tetrier's next match will be against Corona high school next Tuesday afternoon on the Redlands courts, coach Don Gifford announced. Barbara Ferrell win^ fwo sprint events Willie Davenport sets hurdle record TORONTO (UPI) — Willie Oavcoport was «aiifispated Jong of tbe wodd's SS-yard tauvOers today afler flofting a 5.8 second mart in tile event at tfae Tdepam-Ilapie Leaf track games to shave off a tenth of a second from the friiting record be shared with Bayes Jones. Davenport, an (Hmnpic gold meitalist in Mexico for flie U.S., grabbed most of tlie K ""^girt ia the games attended bgr a cnwri at 15J3T at Maide Leaf Gartens —4he largest turao OMStia toppled and another was tied m the meet _ Antonia Olusoiawwa-Laiareva of Rossia soared to a Canadian record in tfae women's hi^ with a leap of S4eet-UVi indKS. bettering tfae old mark by 2H fflches. Bob Fuday shattered the National three-mile record witti a time of 13:22.2. He beat Keny Pearoe of AastraiU, who was dodced in 13:5t0. Tommie Smith of (he U.S. luaHed bis own GuaAan leootd ia tbe 300-yart na wiUi a time ef 3LS aeeands. a fidll by James Lf'^Ed of Bufialo in 1953. Sharing some of tiie hmdigbtj witti Daveivort «:as Barinra Fendl of Uie los Angdes Mercurettes, who triumphed botti in the women's 50-yard dash and 300-yard run. Miss Ferrdl easily won the 50-yard in 5.8 seceods and took ttie 300 In 35Z In the men's Mgh jump. Bob Beamon, the U.S. (»ympic gold medahst, bad to retn« after his first jump doe to an aggravated hamstring mnsde in hb right leg. He lost to Montreal's Hicbd Cbariand. wb» jumped 24-10. In Beamon's only jump, be leaped ZUeetAi. In tbe pde vault. Bob Seagren won an expected victocy but wiUi a <Ssappaintiog leap of 16- feet-6. Valentin GavrSov of Rossia took tfae high jump with a leap of 6^eet-10. The most exdting race of the night was tfae 1,000-yard run, «tn at ttie tope Iqr Lowdl Paul of the Univeffiity of Chicago. Paul beat Ext» I<9S of Toronto, who dosed in with a strong finish and was docked ia an identical time ef 2:13.5 hot was Tided saeond by the^jodges.

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