Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 18, 1969 · Page 8
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, February 18, 1969
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EEK ft MEEK Ir HOWIE SCHNODR MM UJOULO SOU UK£ A MCe.OLO-fASHIOKBD, , HOUCSr (UX» HO THE MfOUlH! ALLEY OOP By V« T. HflMOR By DICK CAVALU Om Um^ HMM WHII Moier GOT fNSOfWNIA/^ W GOT fNSOfWNIA/^ W GOT fNSOfWNIA/^ W X 1 OUR WAY By J. R. WILUAMS f.EN WWBIT KEPT UP VWTH YOU'RE BSflUDTME lIMES.AlAaBR/ WHAT.WE ^J£ED NOW ISA COJfTSE <>J SMIUM' rtHlLS BE »4' KICKEP , iM-mE-rEETM.'6MrmE6or , '(^f^KTEO gy-m £5IRD V<«.TI:K5^S FOI? BlOWlM' >MHISTl£TJtK- IH6 A KOKKVlMTrtS PARK/ OKM'.wEaoTn-.M- dRAMPSWEMUHECeESNT NOO OFF WHILE VWtKHIW TV, BUT WE e *UeHT HIM 5M0KMJ'THB0UdH AIOST OFAPBOeWkM.'LETS CUT Ij^OTBEfORE HE MMCES UPi »0~V »ir.' LETS PO ITUPRlfiHT/ W«U.LETHIMIUU(EUP>WJSEE ^ WfWrweREPOIOS-AKIOWHEU \ HE JTOOTS OFF AMD BJEMTIFIES HMSELF OMIMPE ASTHE auiny mRTy, WE'LL HA AM AIRTK3HT CASE/ f. hk. 1«, 1M» Ihtaks MAr ^yKA sooR ^t^usl LOS ANGELES (UPI)-T1» Itetioarf anl Anction BaM- bri» AMOctoUcBi «w iDfat to be compmU* to (te Nattad anl American PooftU Laafocf in fUytr qoaliijr ooa oT yean, says coach Babe Me- caillijr «( (be New OCIMM BocoMieen. It miCbt taha three or tour yean, "but it deftiiteir it fDinc to banen." McCacthy told SoQtlieni Califdnda sportswrit- at Monday at their weddy luncheon with coaches. UcCarthy said many piaycn slw are cood enouch danl get a chance in tlie NBA beonae Sofffo Clara now No. 2 Two Califomia teams lead in cage ratings NEW YORK HcGttire. the talented coach who boat basiKlball power- bouaes at St John's and North Candtaia. U slightly ahead oi schedule hi his edorts to develop South Carolina into a uiauLv ui uic »»» ""^"•^InatiowJ leader. —1 McGttire*s procrani to return S a'^nce'lr'in ARA ho nid •** • **P "f*™ today .^^u -.-.-^ 1^ . wl>«« the young South Carolina McCarthy piloted the Bucs to Lq „,d jumped to the No. 11 spot the ««*tem divi»on ABA title JJ ^'^'St ^ISdS? UiSri last season. The Bucs lost the p,^ xnttnui^V 'ftFl major c(A- league tide to Pittsburgh fa, lege ratings. TUey were Uth the (Un)-FrsBk |eaaaeenliM week the UPI Coadies Bating board made the UCLA Bndns a unanimous dioice as the No. 1 team. UCLA, wimier of 35 straight games over a two-season period sex'ca games. The writers \t>ted guard Bob week before. Unbeaten Santa Clara re- team wins Astrajet Golf Warren of the Los Angeles placed North Carolina in the Scars pro fiaytc of the week for,ninnenip spot. For the Uth his overall performance in six games. He shot 60 per centj •> Ik • from the fidd. 80 per cent from RRinMrJMVlC the free throw line and mlnllw averaged 18 points and 6 rebounds. Fon*^ Emic Po«-ell of USC WHO university division honors i for talbing 2S points and| grabbing 17 rebounds in a Trojan viclorj' over Washington. College honors were split between Jimmy Walker of L.A. Baptist and LaVemc. and unbeaten fa 19 starU this season, accumulated 350 pomts fa the balloting fa which pofats are distributed on a 10-»«-7-6-5- basis. SanU Clara (21-0) received 298 points while North Cardina (19-3) tallied 248 potaU. Davidson replaced Kenhicky fa the No. 4 podtion vrith 184 pofats while LaSalle jumped from seventh to fifth. The Explorers, under first year Coach Tom Gola. have the best record among the nation's independents. Kentucky, a k)ser last weekend to Florida, slipped to sixth with 156 pofats. St John's of! New York, showing considerable! poise for a club without exceptional depth, slipped one : notch to seventh with 155 points. rioTCRAn ralif niPIl— P^"*- Big 10, Jo^r^'^^meV. «tL.*Tp«;^ " guard of the Green Bay Tcnicis hod RansMiglif JnCBLdadi Bedlaads High Terrier i host powerfiil Raraeoa Higk Rams or Riverdde tod^ at 7:30 fa the BBS gym. Tht toa- sle is the next -totet fcr coach Al Eademan's Terrier baikct> ball squad. Badlands is 2-10 fa CBL daad- ings and 4-19 for the stasoa while the Rams are 7 -S fa tfaa league and 13-9 overalL In other CBL games. Padfie hosts league-Ieedmg Chaffey. San Bernardino goes to Fontana and Eisenhowa: is at Saa Gor^ gomo. Proable starters for the Terriers against the Rams will be Bill BoBinger. Mike Savage. Pat McNally, Kerry Dunn and Bob Cbesnos. Thursday mgfat the Terriers will close out the CBL season agafast Pacific in the RHS gym. The Bee's will play at 6:30 p.m. The game was moved up due to the school holiday oa Friday. Stan Smith wins indoor tennis title Dave Jones of Packers, sad never J"** ranked mnth with 54 pomts and , what pressure meant until he n,,-,—^ -r„.irki »ho «nn Geoffrion to learn fate fHiS .'"^«r'S«"tS;°»'»««°« '^"^ked the top went through a sudden death',^ ^ay^ociag irom ISth the /playoff fa the $30,000 Astrojet i Golf aassic. Kramer and teammate WilHe Davis of the Los Angdes Dodgers won $10,000 Sunday as they beat the team of Gino Cappcllctti of the Boston lOUdf Patriots and Jim Unborg of the ' I Red Sox on the first extra hde. KEW YORK (UPI)—Beroiei As Kramer watched, Davis •Boom Boom" Geoffrion wasl'^Imly rdled fa a 22-foot pott Oakland Seals transfer to be decided today _ NEW YORK (UPD-TTie Na Kra'mer^sdd later he hadi Bond Hodcey League, trying to Z "l.n™*''^ ",rr 'nev« bdbre experienced pres-lba"^ o"t » If^fg t^'^^' on _ Jan 23 _ after, „^ ^ . individud "Jecdes today if it wiU transfer for a naturd birdie and a nd eade for his team on the par 5 hole for the victory. expected to learn today whether ho will return as coach of the New York Rangers. Geoffrion was relieved of his S ,inJ" ^""^id?™, "^rtlisure on sud. "an fadividud ^vf4f .n^^rlnH^^lba^- ""ly « « «eam member. was his first season as coach of the National Hockey League club. The long-time jdaying star with Montreal and New York was examined by the team doctor, Kazuo Yaoagisawa, Monday and he then met with Genaial Manager Emile Fran- previous wxek. The Dukes replaced niinois m the elite list cis. the interim coach. At the Ume Geoffrion left the Rangers, Francis said the Boomer could have the job back if the doctor ruled him 100 per cent physically fit Geoffrion returned from Mia-, jjavenport mi last weekend and sdd he felt he couM resume as coach. If the deciaon by Francis went against him, he sad he would look for another job. Since Francis took over the club, the Rangers have moved from last place to third fa the East Kvision. alone with that devilish golf ball." Kramer said. He made birdies on the 53rd and 54th holes to help his team gam the tie and Davis had five birdies land an eagle fa the find nfae holes. Cappdictti and Lonborg split $5,000 second place money. The teams of Otto Graham-Ken McMuUen and Ray Nitschke- Rusty Slaub tied for second with 192 totals and each team split $3,250. Other teams finishing m the money were Lance Alworth-JimI (193) $1,500; " "' S.\LISBURY. Md. iVPl)- Ismael El Shdd Jr. of Egypt the surprising finalist m the U.S. Indoor tennis championships, became the crowd The BoDermakers are"li4 for'favorite Sunday and won the the season. Vfflanova (17-4) was | Sportsmanship Award. But he was no match fbr Stan Smith of Pasadena, Cdif. fa the pressure-packed last two sets Sunday as Smith, fightfag off a cold, swept to a 6-3, 6-8, 6-4, 8-i victory fa the U.S. sfagles finals. Smith, overconfident after his key victory over C\»rk Graeb- Iter Satairday night and sli^y ill from the cold, seemed to be in a bit of trouble in the second set when H Shafd tied the match at one set apiece and got the crowd cheering fen* an upset. Smith, noted as one of the world's best doubles jrfayers, then came back to wm the last two sets by 6-4 margins to dose out the triumph. Smith made it to the semifinals of this tournament last year before bring beaten by Cliff Ridley. This time he was the underdog in the semi-finals because he had never beaten Graebner before fa tournament competition. But once he knocked off Graebner, he was a heavy favorite m his first appearance in tile finals and he made it a successful one a^fast the the Oakland club to another American City, stand pat or give Canada its third entry in the circuit For years Toronto and Montreal have been the only cities m Canada to house NHL franchises. Vancouver, British Columbia, had a previous bid to secure the expansion West Division club and apfiears m the driver's seat to make today's pitch a successfd one. Dime store heirs Seymour Pro bowliiig KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) Don Gfaver of Bakersfield. Calil. took the $8,000 first prize fa the $60,000 Ebonite Bowlmg Open with a 245-212 victory over Don Johnson of Kokomo, Ind. and Northrup Knox also try again for the NHL jackpot as|ou*manned El Shafri. they renew their presentation for the Scab' transfer to PaulBuffdo. N.Y. The heirs to the Krause-Bill Mazeroski (193)'Woolworth Co. fortune boast $1,500; Bemie Wright-Jim Malo-j that Buffdo dready is a big!-Benny Parsons of Detroit won ney (194) $666; George Andrie- league dty with a team in the the Automobile Racfae dub of Sam EUis (194) $666; and Joe!American Football League and Namalh - RCckey Mantle (194)] the ^illover of fan faferest Parsons takts first DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (UPI) $666. Mazeroski and Krause were two-year ddending champions. Second round leaders Ernie Banks and Dick Butkus skied to a 75 and tied for 16th place. The hole fa one contest was caphired by Mike Ditka of the Dallas (>>wboys who plunked a shot withm three fed of the cup. He was awarded a new car. Bill Fredian of the Detroit Tigers won the drivfag contest would easily support a franchise. Labatt's breweries of Vancouver had the mskle track on a franchise last year, but when the NHL Board of Governors elected to give the Seals another chance fa Oakland the Canadian beer firm lent the chib money to bail itsdf out of debt The return this season apparently does not warrant contfaufag a franchise in the C:alifomia dty. America (ARCA) 300 stock car race leading from start to finish in his 1969 Ford. FORD WILL COMPETE NEW YORK (UPI)-Jac<ju« Passina, manager of special vehicles for the Ford Motor Company said Wednesday Ford n-ill compete m the Daytona 500-mile stock car race Feb. 23 using its 1968 427-cubie fadi engine instead of the new 429- cubic mch engme. SHORY RIBS How com ti^sv HAVENY |»^P 'tun as BflSWER? By Frank O'NMI PgMONSTgATlONS.J FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By MERRILL BLOSSER CAPTAIN EASY By LtsE»Yi WUMEU frosfttu Burxiwwr UKEDWM \JU 9atB MPy COS » Hi. PtCm 9 H1f *b FOR Yew(»..Bur I tfrarnp 1M «» mRLVRKENT tiHi» ^ MKCiStCPHW TMEPRNT»II«« WlWr CMeHTItf MTBOX. 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