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Lane Has Minoso Where He Wants Him United Press International Frank Lane has been waiting a long time to collect from Minnie Minoso, and it looks like he finally has the happy-go-lucky Cleveland outfielder right where he "ants him. Chasing Minnie around each spring, first to get him to sign his contract and then to report to training camp on time, is old hat with Lane, the general manager of the Indians. Lane gave up the chase a few years ago when he switched over to the National League, but Minoso. who has more alibis than a long-shot horse player, hasn't changed a bit since he and Lane both were w<th the Chicago White Sox. But this time it figures to cost him. Minoso, who plays winter ball in his native Cuba in addition to taking care of more problems than an executive of a business concern, according to him. finally caught up to the Indians at Phoenix, Ariz., Sunday — exactly five days later than the deadline Lane had set for him. "Beeiy" Fixing House According to up to a $500 fine, $100 for each day. According to Minoso, there were <as usual' extenuating circumstances. "I'm beezy fixing up my house in Cuba," Minnie explained However, Lane, whom Minoso, calls "my No. 2 papa," has been listening to Minnie's excuses since he first bought him from the Indians for the White Sox back in 1951. Meanwhile, Minoso or no Minoso, the Indians took advantage of a base on balls by Paul Giel with the bases full in the eighth inning to defeat the San Francisco, Giants, 3-2. Vic Power went four- for-four in the exhibition to spark the attack. Two run homers by Hank Sauer and Rocky Colavito took care of the earlier scoring before Giel passed pitcher John-, ny Briggs in the eighth. Danielson-White Ferrari Wins 2000 cc. At Pomona The B and B International Race Team of Redlands came home in the money at the International Grand Prix at Pomona yester-| day. The 4.9 Ferrari recently purchased by Bruce L. Danielson and Dr. T. Robert White of Redlands took the over 2000 cc. prize money. At the wheel was Skip Hudson of Riverside, who was named third overall winner. Hudson held steadily through the pack as pre-race favorites retired with mechanical failures. Only 14 of 36 starters completed the 75 laps of the 2-mile course. Ken Miles of Hollywood was top overall winner in a Porsche Spy- der. The race was a heartbreaker for] Bill Krause when his 4.5 Maserati blew a tire on the final lap after leading for more than an hour. Bruce Kessler of Beverly Hills] was in ninth spot after 10 laps when his Sadler Mark II spun wildly into the area of the judges' stand. Kessler was thrown several hundred feet. The runaway car tore into other cars parked in the area. Four persons were hospitalized, includ ing Race Chairman Joseph Weissman of Los Angeles, president of the California Sports Car Club. On the critical list was Mrs Virginia Be.-rs, a worker at the Women's Sports Car Club, who was sitting in one of the cars demolished by the runaway racer. She was rushed to the hospital with two broken legs and internal injuries. Several persons were given first aid in the pits for cuts inflicted by flying steel. Kessler's injuries were painful but not serious, Sell Out For Cow Palace Hoop Playoffs Dodgers Beat Phillies In First Practice Tilts SARASOTA, Fla. (UPI) — The Los Angeles Dodgers, fresh from weekend victories over Philadelphia in their first two Grapefruit League baseball games of the f spring training season, try to Lane, that adds, ma ]j e jt three in a row today when they play the Cincinnati Redlegs. The Dodgers, who look as if they really mean business about getting out of (her seventh-place hole they ended in last year, had on tap pitcher Danny McDevitt, Roger Craig. Ralph Mauriello and Larry Sherry. In Sunday's game at Clearwater, John Roseboro belted out a two-run homer in the third to give the Dodgers their margin for a 4-3 victory over the Phillies. The Dodgers beat the Phils, 2-1, Saturday. Roseboro, said to have Manager Walt Alston staying up nights because of his problem in hanging onto the low pitches at home plate, did a great job in both the batting and catching departments Sunday before 3,076 fans. He slammed a 360-foot home run over the right field fence to score Wally Moon, who h a walked. In the first inning Moon tapped Robin Roberts for a lead off single, and veteran Duke Sni der doubled to drive Moon home to give the Dodgers a 1-0 lead. The Dodgers' other run came in the eighth — with Wally Moon again. This time Moon, acquired from the Cardinals, was walked then stole second when the Phillies muffed an attempt to pick him off at first. He scored on single by Tommy Davis. Bulldog Basketball Team Finished With 13-13 Mark University of Redlands basket- The Boston Red Sox, unlimber-jball team finished the 1958-59 sea ing their big bats, rocked starter Moe Drabowsky for five runs in the first inning and went on to defeat the Chicago Cubs, 12-8, at nearby Scottsdale, Ariz. Frank Malzone and Bill Renna batted in two runs apiece and catcher Heywood Sullivan rocked a 417 foot triple to pace the Bosox attack against five Chicago burlers. In the Grapefruit League across the nation in Florida, rookies paced the Washington Senators, Baltimore Orioles and Pittsburgh Pirates to victories. Senators Beat Tigers Dan Dobbefc, an outfielder who, isn't even on the Washington ros-| ter, lined a double to right with two out in the 11th to score Ken Aspromonte all the way from first for an 8-7 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Norm Zauchin got. Washington the tie in the eighth with a three-run homer. Jerry Adair, a $40,000 bonus shortstop, scored Dave Nicholson a $100,000 bonus baby, with a single in the 14th to give the Orioles a 3-2 win over the Kansas City Athletics. Willie Tasby, an outfielder, and pitcher Bert Barth, also rookies, sparkled afield. Rookie pitchers Don Rdwe and Laurin Pepper collaborated with veteran Bob Porterfield to hold the Milwaukee Braves to 'our singles in leading the Pittsburgh Pi -i rates to a 2-1 victory over the de-| fending NL champions. In other games, Jerry Lumpe scored Bill Skowron with a single in the 11th inning as the world champion New York Yankees shaded the St. Louis Cardinals, 43, in a game involving 47 players. Early Wynn, rookie Claude Raymond and Gerry Staley tossed! a seven-hitter for a 5-2 Chicago White Sox victory over the Cin cinnati Reds and Johnny Roseboro's two-run homer off Robin Roberts helped the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 4-3. son with a 13-13 record and a 5-3 mark in SCIAC play, good for second place tie with Occidental The Bulldogs averaged 66.9 points per game for the season, compared to 63.2 for the opposition. In conference play. Coach Lee Fulmer's squad had a 73.0 to 60.5 edge. Deadeye Dick Eiles emerged as Redlands' top scorer with 269 points for an 11.2 average. Sonny Pejsa scored 257 for a 10.7 average. Gerry Morse was third in total points with 239 but had the^ top scoring average with 11.4. Morse was out for five games with an injury Reserve center Jim Quast had the best field goal percentage, hitting on 27 of 55 shots for a .491 mark. Among the regulars, Jim Smith was .482, George Vorpagel .447, AI Kelly .441, Eiles .428 and Bug Brush, Terrang In $50,000 Test Former Chess Wizard Picks Five Of Six AGUA CALIENTE <UPD— Ziv Mayer, a former chess wizard from Roumania, was S60.824 rich er today after winning the 5-10; handicapping contest at A g u a Caliente racetrack. The 56-year-old Mayer, who now lives at nearby Tijuana, was the only one at the track to pick five out of six possible winners Sunday when Just Waiting won the feature by a neck over Premio. Ozymandias was third. The winner ran the mile and 70 - yard course in 1:42 2-5 to return $5.40. Escrito won a surprise victory in the feature Saturday by edging Lettuce Gem by a nose. Zanjero was third. The winning payoff was $22.20. ARCADIA, Calif. (UPI) — Bug Brush, one of C. V. Whitney's two great fillies, seeks to provo her superiority over the top handicap horses at Santa Anita today for the second time in the $50,000 San Bernardino Handicap. Last Saturday, the other filly. Silver Spoon, ran away with the S147,300 Santa Anita Derby to be come the first filly in 20 years to win that race. In today's race a field of eight was entered but so far as most observers were concerned it was a two horse race between Bug Brush and Terrang. winner of the S145,0O0 Santa Anita Handicap nine days ago. Bug Brush has won four straight stakes at the meeting and a vie-, tory today would undoubtedly make her the horse of the meeting. In Saturday's derby, Silver Spoon came on in the stretch to score a two and a half length victory over Royal Orbit as she was made the 3-2 choice of the huge crowd of 57,300. The pace setting Fightin Indian lasted for third and Tuleg was fourth while the entry of Ole Fols and Finne gan finished out of the money. The victory was worth S95.300 to Whitney and it was the first time in racing history that a three-year-old filly has won a 3100,000 added race. Morse .425. The team mark was an excellent .409. In free throw accuracy, Morse hit 51 of 63 for .810 per cent one of the best marks in the nation. Pejsa was .788, Smith .787, and Eiles .758, for other fine percentages. The team had a good 703 mark. Pejsa paced the club in rebounding with a 7.7 average per game, followed by Vorpagel at 6.9. The season's scoring high was 91 points against Occidental while Morse turned in the top individual scoring mark with a brilliant 25- point effort against the powerful St. Mary's Gaels. The Bulldogs lose seniors Pejsa, Smith, Kelly, Mike Johnson, Jim Motter and Dave Fitzsimons through graduation, b u t eight players return, including first stringers Morse, Eiles and Vorpagel. Jim Quast, two-year let terman, will be another valuable returnee in the center position. Others returning will be Dan Ayala, Bot Litwiller, Brian Marshall, and Dick Cobb. Coach Lee Fulmer feels next year's ball club will be considerably stronger than this year's team. Reason for such optimism is that at least four top prospects are moving up from the league champion frosh team which posted an 18-2 season mark and was 8-0 in conference play. High hope? are pinned on Jack Schroeder, 6-6 center who shattered the frosh scoring record with 340 points for a 17.0 average. With Schroeder and 6-7 Vorpagel in the lineup together, the Bulldogs could be rough on the boards. With Morse and Eiles in the back- court, speed and deadly shooting would be the result. Next year's team figures to have far better balance than the 1958-59 squad By HAL WOOD United Press International SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-A sell out crowd of more than 16,000 fans will jam the Cow Palace Friday night when the NCAA region als get under way, California athletic director Greg Englehard said today. Tcket sales zoomed after the Golden Bears backed into the Pa cific Coast Conference championship Friday night—and then whacked Oregon State, 55-52, Saturday to prove they are worthy champions. Actually coach PeteJ Novell's club clinched the crown while idle on Friday as UCLA dumped Washington. Here 1 is the opening line-up for the playoffs: St. Mary's. West Coast Athletic Conference champion, vs. the winner of the Border Conference champion and Idaho State game. California, champion, vs. Utah, Skyline Conference champion. While the California-Utah battle shapes up as a dilly, St. Mary's is going to get the aid of fatigue against the team it plays. Tonight, Arizona State university tangles with New Mexico State at Las Cruces, N.M. After i rest on Tuesday, Idaho state oes south to play the winner cither at Las Cruces or at Tempe. Ariz. That leaves Thursday for traveling for the ultimate victor— and the club then will take on the strong Gaels. The all-star card looks so attractive to Bay Area fans that it s expected to be a sell-out both nights. Englehard said that if there are indications of a sell-out the second night, the finals would be televised locally. The wind-up of the cage season also showed these final results Washington State 70, Oregon, 63: Southern California 80. Washing ton 74; Santa Clara 70, USF 64 DePaul upset Portland University, 57-56, to win the right to meet Kansas State in a regional play-off. In the small college competition, Los Angeles State earned he right to go to the national play-offs at Evansvillc, Ind. Los Angeles State beat high-ranked Chapman College, 86-82; and Willamette w h i p p ed Sacramento State, 76-56, for the consolation crown in the same tourney. Sunday night, Seattle University capped a very successful season by defeating Gonzaga, 86-69. Brown, Todd Win Net Title LA JOLLA (UPI)—Noel Brown, Los Angeles, and Pat Todd, Rancho Santa Fe, won the singles title Sunday in the annual La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club In vitational Tennis Tournament. Brown beat Cliff Mayne, Berkeley, 2-6, 11-9. 9-7, while Miss Todd defeated Karen HanLz, San Diego, 6-2, 1-6, 7-5. Brown teamed with Mike Green, Los Angeles, in the Pacific Coast Sectional Men's Doubles Championships held along with the invitational to defeat Hugh Ditzler, Berkeley, and Mayne, 3-6. 6*-3, 6-2, 7-5. fh the women's doubles, Dorothy Cheney, Santa Monica, and Mary Prentiss, San Diego, beat Sally Moore, Bakersfield, and Jacqueline Tegland, Oxnard, 7 -5,! 7-5. I Littler Ahead By One Stroke NEW ORLEANS (UPD-Gcnc Littler of Singing Hills, Calif., en tered the final round of the $20,000 New Orleans Open golf tournament today still leading the Held of 60 top pros but dangerously threatened by Baltimore's ace putter Bill Collins. Littler hung onto his lead Sunday with a 72-stroke par performance and entered the final day HORSE GETS RIDE ARCADIA, Calif. (UPI(-Tudor Era, winner of the $75,000 Hia- Ieah Cup, will be flown from Florida today for next Wednesday's $100,000 San Juan Capistrano Handicap. with a Si-hole mark of 73-64-72— 209, one stroke ahead of Collins The Califomian jumped into the lead Saturday with a rccord- smashinj cight-under-par 64. Moe Norman of Toronto held down third place with 70-72-70— 213. Five players were tied in fourth, among them PGA champion Dow Finsterwald of Tequcsta, Fla., who shot a 70 Sunday for a 213 total. Tied with Finsterwald were Bob Gajda of Bloomfield, Mich.; Wes Ellis Jr., of Aldecrcss, N.J.. winner of the Texas Open in San Antonio two weeks ago; Huston Laclair of Birmingham, Ala.; and Billy Maxwell of Odessa, Tex. Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Mar. >, Iffl - 9 O'Brien Fails To Top Record LOS ANGELES (UPI)— Parry O'Brien failed to top his own world's record in the shot put Saturday but did beat sensational 13- year-old Dallas Long of the University of Southern California with a heave of 62 feet 5 inches. Long's best at the Southern Pacific Association AAU relays was 62 feet *i inch. Dave Davis, unattached, was third with 61 feet. O'Brien, who competed unattached, and Long unofficially ; broke O'Brien's record of 63 feet 2 inches last week, but a slight drop of the field ruled out any official claim. flam's Xloud Duster' Wins igeon Race Title Fight Site To Be Revealed Tues. Whatever Happened To... LA. State Beats Chapman LOS ANGELES (UPI)—The Los Angeles State Diablos, victors in a hard - fought small college regional basketball playoff game against nationally - ranked Chapman College, have earned a berth in the national NCAA playoffs this week at Evansville, Ind. LJL State, playing without star Terry Bazadier because he was ineligible for the NCAA action, beat Chapman, 86-82, Saturday, while Willamette bested Sacramento State, 76-57, for the consolation, crown. RAY CONGER Ray. Conger a great distance runner in the late 1920 's, is remembered chiefly for defeating Finland's incomparable Paavc Nurmi in the 1929 Millrose Games' at Madison Square Garden. Con- NEW YORK (UPI) - Promoter Bill Rosensohn will announce Tuesday the city where the Floyd Patterson - Ingemar Johansson world heavyweight title fight is tO[ be staged. Rosensohn doubted, however, that he would disclose the date Tuesday, for he must first visit the city selected and decide there upon a date that would not be in conflict with other sched uled attractions. 'Because Baltimore and Minn eapolis may be raising their bids for the fight," the promoter said, I won't be able to decide on the site until tonight or Tuesday morn ing." Other cities under serious consideration are Chicago, New York and Los Angeles. RACERS WHITTLED DOWN LE MANS, France (UPI)-Organizers of the Le Mans 24-hour auto race, which will be held on , , _. . .June 21, said today that the field ger, running for Iowa State, cameL f dj jbles has becn wnUUed into prominence in 1926 by settmg! down t0 55 starters from m Morris Milam's speedy blue check racing pigeon "Cloud Duster" won the Niland event yesterday to open the spring old bird racing season. His bird was clocked in first of the more than 100 entered in the race by members of the Redlands and Banning pigeon racing clubs. Cloud Duster averaged 42.8 miles per hour over the 110 mile course. His official time was 1,255 yards per minute, which according to unofficial records is the third best time in the Niland races. "Skeleton" from the loft of Kirshbaum & Sons was first with 1365 YPM in 1954 and "Totem" from Forrest Palmer's loft was second in 1953 with 1300 YPM. It was a triumphant return to pigeon racing for Mr. Milam, who discontinued racing in 1952 and returned this spring. He began pigeon racing in the middle west in 1910. The race also marked the return to the eastern desert course, last flown by the club members in 1955. In 1956, 1957 and 1958 they raced their birds from San Joaquin Valley and northern California points. The second and third birds were very close behind Cloud Duster yesterday. They were Hi Ho Silver from Warren Kistner's loft with the time of 1,254.249 YPM, second, and Nylon Junior from George Beswick's loft in the time of 1,254.167 YPM. The weather was clear and calm, ideal for pigeon flying. The birds were released at 6:30 a.m. and Cloud Duster arrived at the Milam loft at 9:02. Next week the birds will be entered in a second race from Niland. Results were as follows: Bird Owner Yd. Per Min. CJoud Duster, M. Milam.. 1,255.52 Hi-Ho Silver, W. Kistner 1 ?54.24 Nylon Jr., G. Beswick 1,254.16 Hiland Fling, D. Ferguson 1,245.63 Spottie, J. Lenker 1,243.21 G0G0, H. Wallen _. 1,240.64 Scooter, Kirshbaum 4 Son 1,239.05 Pass Up, J. T. Williams.. 1,202.93 Oh-Oh, W. Walker 1,196.14 Me Too, T. Vallaro 1,096.04 a new 100 yard record of 2:11 in defeating Lloyd Hahn at Kansas City. He later won three National AAU mile titles and three at 1000 yards. He won the first invitation mile at the Penn Relays and was unbeaten in the mile during the indoor seasons of 1929-30, 1930-31. He retired from racing in 1932. Whatever happened to Ray Conger? Now 54, he is professor of] health and physical education at Penn State and, during the football seasun, is in charge of making the movies of Penn State games as a labor of love. entry list of 100. Phil Hill of Santa Monica, Calif., Stirling Moss of Britain and Jean Behra of France are* among the top drivers who will take part in the endurance race. GETS ADDITIONAL HONORS ATLANTA, Ga. (UPI)—National coach-of-the-year Adolph Rupp, whose Kentucky Wildcats have won four NCAA championships, also has been named United Press International Southeastern Conference coach of the 1958-59 season.] COACH OF YEAR NEW YORK (UPI) — Lou Rossini, who left Columbia last spring to take over the coaching helm at New York University, has been named "Coach of the Year" by the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association. He will be honored at the organization's annual dinner, March 15. OSU NAMES COACH COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPD-Gor- don K. Larson, United Press International Ohio high school coach of the year last season, has been named an assistant varsity football coach on Woody Hayes' Ohio State University staff. Larson, 34, coached at Marion High School. EARLY BIRD SHOPPERS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A* V EARLY WEEK VALUES! .J FRESH DRESSED — WHOLE BODIED STEWING CHICKENS 3 to 4-tb. Avg. Cut-Up . . 29c ib. WILSON'S CERTIFIED BACON SQUARES 29i SUPER-RIGHT FRANKS ... ALL MEAT 49 LEAN TENDER A**" Frozen FRIES 9-oz. CUBE STEAKS Sultana 98- Jar OUR OWN TEA BAGS, 1* Sale..... •;; 49 37 ANN PAGE PEANUT BUTTER... Bird Glass Glass SULTANA 8-01. Btl. 4*4*4 SULTANA STUFFED 10%-oz. Jir s OLIVE OIL 29 OLIVES 49 8-01. Btl 10%-oz. Jir CENTRAL AMERICAN BANANAS... 2 29 FRESH CRISP BUNCH CARROTS - 5 U. S. NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES ...1037 PRICES EFFECTIVE Mon., Tues. and Wed., March 9.10 & 11th. Tixabla Items S-jbfact fe Tax THE GREAT ATIANTIC I fACIflC TEA COMPANY 5" per fjarkets IS59 AMERICA'S DEPENDABLE FOOD MERCHANT 1959 320 EAST HIGHWAY 99 REDLANDS. CALIFORNIA

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