Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 19, 1969 · Page 16
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 16

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 19, 1969
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•y RANK ly HOWK SCHNDDBt ALLEY OOP ly V. T. Hamnn YEAH, BASE, VWESE-S, NEFEKTin? HHY DIPNTOOCsaiP HER BACK? THE BORN LOSER ' ^m^xms^, T }m ,Wu5, w> vmp ^ i A« A HAVE AHD W ^ HAVET iSAWE0POF9AVE$AWDHW5«0T ?U C W3T! POUJ ^FOWa' "THAT! ^ ly ART SANSOM ^"—•a .-v •— PRISaiLA'S POP By Al Vermeer ROBIN MALONE By Bob Lubbers OwBoodtagHMM WMMoierHeepIt OUT OUR WAY By J. R. WILLIAMS ^URPRlSa? TD HSARNOXRE KEALLVAOHaOL TEACHER/ VSRE^ «ni .LOtJT WE WEK£ l35ED-aD SaKlfi CUEWSD \ OUT B/THE PARB4T4/AMO WC •piDhJ'T6RiPevJteM7Ht 4UPBQKrra^D0>rr MADE ui$ gROTHEK-Oi-UW PRrMQPAU / SJT WE HITTHE eRlCl<$ WHCM OUR SALASUE&i tjrvEAH.IHXEPMYSELFABrrETaEAT.. ' WWtMEP OP aOME LEPT-OVERS«UERI«AOT yUO" A eOOPLE OF HOT DOai&->»M" HBWEP UP •mOSETHRK-MMALESir I FIVfSHEDOFFA jAKoiesiu.nciaESAMf'mxrnEeE OP < FESLUP1DE <nM <S >ujirTHiM»yferJ RedkMdt OoUy Faeb I6-W «dnMdar, Nb. 19, 1969 Far West cage conference still tied SPORTS By UiriM Prm liMriMliwMl UC Davis is scekine ite third straisht haAettuU title in Uie' Far Western Conference but San Francisco State won't let £0 of the top rung. Both teams scored easyi victories TucBdar nicbt to remain in the scramble for the The Far Western diampion- ship might not be settled until Feb. 28 when UC Davis visits San Fiandsco State. NHL boani keeps Seals in Oakland i NEW YORK (UPI)-Can th« ; Sports fans in San Francisco ba 'convinced to cross the bay ts • watch tte Oakland Seals irfay in the Nationi Hockey League? The NHL Board of Governors, convinced that they can, overwhelmingly rejected by a M vote Tuesday an application by a Vancouver group to move tha club there. : The NHL is betting that a training sites Tuctday without a'new rapid transit system being smgle veteran regular in [constructed that will whisk ~ " " "people firom San Francisco ta the door in the arena in Oakland will solve the prrtriem. "The Oakland Arena current- andjly isn't convoiient to people Bill who live on the Peninsula. But offer to add" $200 000 to""the S"'*^'^''- ^ Closter, Jun|Once you get rapid transit fund ^ due from J^^k. Mickey Scott and Geo^elwhich will take you right to the Bosebo/I boycoff spreads Training camps open, iNit without players NEW YORK (UPD-Ihe ma- champHOslMp. San Francisco JOf i^Saes' strate<onscioos State damped Haywatd State! PJay«^»rc expected to reject 95-73 to kMp its conference."* dubowners' latest pension attendance. Pitcher Dan OsinsU and catcher Buss Nixon, each .slat,, rfpan at 1 (M) UC Davaioffer today and widen then-1 considered a margmal playw. 5^ , ^ 5S n«. «ntfrZ spring ««fatog boycoU to were the only veterans at the 1 fL^rfrf.iTS ISS ^l"** seven more dubs. ,\Vhite Sox' first driU the Door to defeat Chico State .^nitphpr; Don Nettebart. 86-59 and run its conference! The rejecUon of the owners' P'«ners Don JNCiieoan. mark to 9-1. SS Sr, "ex";n.ure ^ Bechiold pius_ catcher John|door. the problem is solved A tor of the Major League ! Players' Association, who said 1 Tuesday, "The players will Joe CaDaghan tallied 24 pointsjstick together. . . . There's no' Yankee Manager Ralph Honk and Girard Chatman added 23[question the offer will be over-iwarned that the rookies who to lead San Francisco State. CaUa^n bucketed 20 of his pomts in the first half to help Orsino, Charley Sands, John persm doesn't have to acknowl- EUis and Thurman Munsonjcdge that he's ever been in were the Yankees who reported.; Oakland, all he does is step oa the tube, go to the arena anJ get back on the tube," league «*ebnu]gly rejected. The iriayers are expected to make further show of strength his mates post a 54-34 ha]ftime|t,jr boycotting the opening of lead. The Gators hit 59 per cent ofiYoit president Clarence Campbell reported could take away jobs . from those who did not show tip' said. and Michael Burke, the New! Edwin Goodman, attorney for York Hub's president, took a, the Labatt breweries, was ^rin'^''l3»"Tv"«r'i«Pw verbal swipe at Miner. Ihirious at the decision. The *"^M^'st%IS^S| ori7 person .Without albrewery owners wanted to buy stake m this is Marvin Miller," said Burke. "He can always go to another union but the iriayers their ^ots to improve their i the Baltimore Orioles in Miami, record to I the Oakland Athletics in Mesa, . . „„!Pittsburgh Pirates in Braden- An U players scored for UC;ton. Davis in the rout of Chico State in a game marred by 53 fouls. Top scorers for both teams were named Bob Johnson, no relation. The Aggies forward had 17 and Chico SUte's Jdinson scored 12. In other games, third-ranked University of Nevada, Las Vegas, whipped upstate rival University of Nevada, Reno, 9581, UC Riverside downed UC Irvine 92-85 in double overtime,- Whitticr rolled over Pasadena ^ College 89-74 for its 18th! straight victory, San Fernando Valley State nipped Westmont 86-85 and Seattle Pacific beat New Orieans Portland 72-61. Dallas The Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees opened their NBA standings Commenting on statements by some general raanafers that they have signed many of their regular players. Miller saki. "It's the general manager's job i^wTate »^ie ''Jf-"'* '° ^ been set for a meeting between i fran<™se. Hie franduse and move it to Vancouver, niiich has been frustrated in its attempt to get a franchise ever since tha expansion of two years ago when St Louis got a team even though no grot9 from St Louis apphed for one. A key conaderation in the NHL refusal (o shift the team is that the league wants to keep a Miami : Minnesda Kentucky Indiana New York OakUnd Denver East W. L. Pet. 29 25 .537 29 27 27 26 31 30 16 37 West W. L. 43 10 34 23 28 29 25 27 23 32 17 3S the dubowners and players. .518 1 .509 VA .508 VA .302 12Vi • Los Angeles I Houston Tuesday's Resulh Indiana 140 Minnesota 133 OakUcd 118 Denver U6 (Only games scheduled) Siffordgefs of hiete of monfh honor Pet. GB .811 ... .59611 .491 17 .481 17V4 .418 21 .321 26 Pruitt avenges earlier loss f 0 Adigue HONOLULU (UPI)-Addph Pruitt avenged a December defeat "niesday night by stopping World Boxing Council junior welterweight champion! LOS ANGELES (UPI>— Pedro Adigue at 1:46 of the fifth'Charlie Siffbrd, 46. w*ose dream ""^!}, V. 10-round „j , „3^^ pg^^ nonbtle bout. Pruitt the World Boxing ... .u ^ u AssodaUon's fifth-ranking jun-'™ ^''^ """"h he cap- ior wdterwdghl, floored Adigue!'wed the $100,000 Los Angeles in the first round for an eight count and dropped him again for another eight count in the Women's tennis tourney opens at Wmcbester WINCHESTER. Mass. (UPI) —Most of the ranking U.S. stars and a handful of foreign players make up the featured field for Ihe drastically revised Women's! National Indoor tennis cham- nionships opening a five-day tcday. . , Baltimore Missing IS the 1968 champion,, pj^j^^el^-g ! Eillie Jean King, who signed a; york Professional contract after cap- g^^f^ turing the crown. I cincinnatj 'You can't leaveonepartnfr You can't leave one partner out in limbo," Campbdl said, "you have to have a team fa proximity to make good scheduling feasible." The governors also reached an agreement on the All-Star Game. Beginning in 1970, it wiH be played altematdy in Eastern and Western Division cities. TTie 1970 game will be played in St Louis and the 1971 contest has been scheduled for Boston. ABA sfondings Mrs. King's departure presumably throws the championship open to the field though 1968 finalist Mary Ann Eisd of St Louis, the ranking U.S. entry, most likely to Detroit Milwaukee Los Angdes Atlanta San Frandsco East W. L. 45 17 41 20 44 22 37 25 33 31 25 39 19 45 WMt W. L. 43 21 Pel. GB .726 ... .672 3V4 .667 3 .597 8 .516 13 .391 21 J97 27 was labded succeed. 01 wmnmg a major ruA wuni-| jij^s gisd tuned up for her;^ ament in his hometown came | national campaign on ^^\ctici%o Seattle Phoenix Tuesday's RetuHs Boston U6 Phoenix 110 Atlanta 124 Cincmnati 123 impaign artificial grass courts of tiie Wmcfaester Indoor Tennis Center by sweeping to the New England title m a regional that ended Monday in Agawam. Pet. GB .672 ... 40 27 .597 4H 30 34 .469 13 27 36 .429 15^ 25 40 .385 nVt 24 41 .369 m 14 49 .222 28^6 Ranking U.S. players in the: Los Angdes 113 New Yofk 10* fidd include Peaches Barkow-| San Fran 121 Detroit 114 icz, Kristy Pigeon. Stephanie jphila. 125 San Diego 113 Defina, PatU Hogan, Ced Seattle 114 Chicago U3 Open, today received the additional honor of being named the athlete of t^e month for Janu- fifth bdore rderee Wilbert Minn'ary by the Helms Athletic stopped the fight. i Foundation. The Los Angdes fighter, who! A five-Ume winner of the U.S. weighed 142 1-2, thus avenged a Negro Open, Sifford had not 15-round defeat by Adigue last won a PGA event until last Martinez, Betty Ann Grubb, (Only games scheduled) Dec. 14. when they fought in year when he captured the;Tory Fre'-z and Valcnes Ziegen-^ Wednesday's Games Manila for the WBC version of Hartford Open. The Los Angeles fuss- i Us Angdes at Baltimore the title. |Open was his second tour vie-,— iN'ew York at Cincinnati Adigue, of The Philippines,: tory m 25 years as a pro. { MoRV wiM Sifford had to survive a sudden-death playoff to gain first money m the Los Angdes Open. He shot a birdie on the firsti extra hde to defeat South Africa's Harold Henning. wdghed 143. It was his sixth loss against 33 wins and two draws. It was Pruitt's 26th victory against eight ksses and one defeat and Us 22nd knockout HULEAH, Fla. (UPI) — Fort Harcy, with Manud Ycaza aboard, raced to vidory m the $68,000 Boagamvillea turf handiest) at igaleah. 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