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6 - Tuesday, Mar. 10,1959 Redlands Daily Facts Ducey, Terrier Coach, Takes Claremont Job Ted Ducey, Terrier varsity basketball coach, has resigned his position here, effective in June. He will go to the faculty of Claremont Men's college and Harvey Mudd college to mentor varsity basketball land tennis. COACH TED DUCEY .AS J rsc &REs • Last night's results in the Major league: Redlands Academy over Elks Club 2-1, Redlands Laundry over Redlands Meicury 2-1. The Dutchmen over Pioneer Market 2-1. Hanson Motor Inn over Terrier TV 3-0. High team series and game went to the Dutchmen at 2680 and 9S5. Bob Castillo took high s?ries and game at 603 and 227. Also in the 200 Club: Bob Bruckart "Zi, Jim White and Carl Giese "14, Ross Melugin 208. Niel DeYoung and Art Wassenaar 20' .* Overbee 205. Rav .Johnson "14, Tonv Miller 203, Bill Bencfie! :m. Team standings: Won Losl ".^dlands Laundry 304 54 "anson Motor Inn 224 134 Elks Club - 22 14 R?d!ands Academy 18 18 ?cdlands Mercury —- 16 20 The Dutchmen _. 15 it Pioneer Market 13 23 Terrier TV 7 29 The announcement came today from Dr. William B. Arce. director of athletics at Claremont. When contacted, Coach Ducey said. "It will be hard to leave Redlands: we have enjoyed our stay here very much.. The staff and the kids have all been wonderful people to work with." During his four years at Redlands, his hoop teams have fin ished first, fifth, third and second in that order. Under his tutelage the Terriers have reached the CIF playoffs three times Earlier, while at Coachella Val ley Union High school, Ducey's team took 17 games and lost five to win the "eague championship It was here also that Ducey was selected by league officials as being the coach showing the highest degree of sportsmanship dur ing the basketball season. Ducey. a native of Pasadena, is a graduate of San Diego Stat< college, where he competed on the Aztec basketball team. He has also taken graduate work in physical education at San DiegoJ State. He is married and the father of four children. Whatever Happened To... OMAHA now the oldest living Omaha former winner of the Kentucky Derby, splashed down the muddy stretch at Churchill Downs to an THE CAR — Skip Hudson of Riverside, who drives to third place and top big car money at the Grand Prix at Pomona Sunday, at the wheel of the "one of a kind" 4.9 Ferrari. Termed "the fastest and most powerful car ever built," the car is owned by Bruce L. Danielson and Dr. T. Robert White of Redlands. Terrang Wins By Nose In Santa Anita Race San TITLE FIGHT EVEN LOS AV.ELES TPI» — The March 18 featherweight title bout . .ie between champion Hogan'l956 ARCADIA (UPD — Terrang today began a well-earned vacation irom racing after capturing his upset victory in 1935. A son of| 10th ana closest victory at Santa triple-crown winner Gallant Fox. Omaha went on to repeat that feat for owner William Woodward. Omaha raced through his four- year-old campaign and then was< shipped to England being sent to L dicatcd for Saturday - S stud on his return. In all. he won 1 Anita Park in the $52,350 Bernardino Handicap And with but two days remain ing in the winter meeting, a field of a dozen or more horses was ast big 9 of 22 starts after losing 8 of his| race - ln ,<; S1 ?°- m SanuJu,n Ca ?'} fj rs t g strano Handicap at about a mile Whatever happened to Omaha? and thr <*-<l uarters ° vcr the S rass .Vow 25. he's a pensioner at the course : Grove Porter Farm at Nebraska City, Neb. At his death he'll be buried in Omaha at the Ak-Sar- Ben racetrack. 1 Kid > Bassey of .Vigeria and Dav cy Moore of Springfield. Ohio, is causing such heavy wagering by supporters of each that oddsmak- rrs quoted "even money" on the fisht today. 'SKINS GET REVENGE WASHINGTON' < L'PI > — The Washington Redskins got some revenge against the Canadian Football League today by corral- ing star Calgary quarterback Eagle Day. whom they drafted in The 'Skins have lost three of their high draft choices—Jim Wood of Oklahoma State and| quarterback Joe Kaop of California to Calgary and quarterback Don Allard of Boston College to Ottawa. Bowden To Change His Training For '60 Olympics MELBOURNE. Australia fUPI; —Don Bowden of San Jose, Calif, only United States runner who has bettered four minutes for the mile, said today he will make a radical change in his training for the 1960 Olympics because of his talks with Percy Cerutty and Franz Stampfl. Cerruty trains Herb Elliott, world's fastest mile. Stampfl trains Men- Lincoln, Australia's No. 2 miler. "I've picked 110 quite a lot from Cerutty and Stampfl." Bowden said. "I've spent some time at Ccrutty's beach camp running up and down over sand hills and eating Elliott's special diet. Diet Not So Radical "It's not such a radical diet-as I'd read about. The stories all KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS Engagement and Wedding Rings, Interlocking Mountings. Harry 6. Wilson Jeweler 212 Orange PY 3-4806 r VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS In a wide selection of colors, collar styles and sleeve lengths. Fowler's Men's Wear 107 Orangt St. PY 3-5623 Magnificent MAGNAVOX High Fidelity TeleWtlos. Radio-Phonograph*. 109 E. Stat. s Music PY 3-2827 Spring Air Mattresses Fine Furniture, Carpeting. Decorative Service 17.21 W. State McEwen's Dial PY 3-2457 mentioned only the extreme! things like dry oatmeal and nuts. I also trained under Stampfl at .Melbourne University and talked a lot with him. He and Cerutty use two very different types of training but each has something beneficial. I plan to adopt the best features of both when I get home." Bowden. visiting Australia for a series of races, finished fourth in a 1.000-meter race last Wednesday and fourth in a mile event Monday. Elliott won both races. Bowden indicated he would concentrate on the Australian methods of building up stamina. Elliott and Albert Thomas, the Aussie who set world records for two and three miles last year, are sterling examples of the staying power developed by this country's runners.' Will Build Up Strength 'First. I'm going to concentrate on building up my j strength." Bowden said when asked whether he would concentrate on the 800 or 1,500 meters in his training for the 1960 Olym pics. I'll only run in one or two outdoor races this year," he said "Then I'll decide on the Olympic event I'll try to qualify for after looking over the fields. "I'm taking back a tremendous amount of knowledge which could help United States athletics generally. In my opinion, we must concentrate on building up stamina throughout the off-seasons Then we'll be in better shape to get into top gear early in the season. "The Australiaas have proved the value of off-season training I don't need to change my style of running. But, boy, I sure do need to build up a great deal more stamina. Cerutty and Stampfl have shown me just how to do it." But it will be a long time before the 24.235 racing fans who saw Terrang score his nose victory Monday will see a better race than the San Bernardino Handicap. At the outset it was a speed duel, head and head, between How Now and Bug Brush for the lead as Terrang laid back in last place in the early stages. It was not until the short field of five turned into the stretch that jockey Bill Boland cut loose with the Santa Anita Handicap winner and hr came flying on the rail. At the head of the stretch he was some four lengths out of it. But Jjje. 6 -vcar-old star of the meeting caught the leaders inside the final sixteenth and they fought it out 4a the wire with Terrang getting his nose in front of How Now at the finish. Bug Brush was a neck"Back" in third place. Title Fight In New York NEW YORK <UPI> — Promoter Bill Rosensohn announced today that the Floyd Patterson-Ingemar Johansson heavyweight title fight will be staged in New York. Rosensohn said the fight would be staged at either Yankee Sta-j dium or the Polo Grounds during the last two weeks in June. This announcement ended nearly six weeks of bidding by 11 cities for the attractive international match. - Three More Bag Berths In NCAA Event Collins Wins At New Means By Three Strokes NEW ORLEANS <UPH - Bill Collins of Baltimore scored a three-stroke victory in the S20.000 New Orleans Open golf tournament Monday and carteS off $2,800 hi prize money. The husky, 30-year-old golfer's two-under-par 70 in the final round boosted him ahead of third round leader Gene Littler of Sing ing Hills, Calif. Collins carded a 72-hole score of 68-72-70-70—280: Littler, who fired a- record- breaking second-round score ofj 64, could manage only a three- over-par 75, which landed him in a three-way tie for fourth place money. Jackie Burke of Kiamesha Lake, N.Y., shot a 67 which catapulted him from seventh into a tie for second with Tom Neiporte of Bronxville, N.Y. Neiporte fired a 68 and advanced from sixth place. The pair each copped $1,650. Holding down fourth place at 284 with Littler, were Huston Laclair of Birmingham, Ala., and Moe Norman of Toronto. The trio got $1,100 each. The New Orleans Open was the first major tournament victory' for Collins, who started in big tourney golf just a year ago. Collins will take a total of $4,300 from New Orleans, counting a $1,500 bonus from bis sponsor, U. S. Rubber. A total of 30 golfers finished in tlie money, ranging from Collins' $2,800 to $100. Y. Basketball Teams Wfn One, Lost Three The Y.MCA basketball teams took one from Downey and dropped three to Beverly Hills Saturday afternoon here. High scoring honors went to J. Lappinga, who plunked in 21 points against Downey. First game: (40) Redlands E Downey E (10) ( 2) B. Wolferson Hatfield ( ( 1)G. Ash Wolf ( 41 f 1)D.Wells Asherf 2> ( 2)E. Drenth Funderburgcr ( 2) (21).!. Lappinga <13)D.DeGroot Second game: (23) Redlands E Beverly Hills (25) (12) T.Cook ( 3) T. Stevenson ( 2) D. DeGroot ( 3)J. I-enker ( 3) J. Lappinga Third game: (23) Redlands D (13) F.Noble ( 6) F. Arcs ( 2) L. Torres f 2) R. Ares Sanders( 5) Barr(12) Firbert f 4) Freeman ( 4) United Press International Cincinnati, Bradley, and New Me\ico State today bagged the last three post-season berths that will be awarded this season and the NCAA major-college carnival really starts popping tonight with three games in New York and two in Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, after muffing one chance last Saturday night, locked up the .Missouri Valley Conference championship Monday night by beating St. Louis. 66-59. although forced to play for the last 10 minutes without All-American Oscar Robertson. Danielson, White Car Turned In Great Race Skip Hudson, 29, turned in a terrific performance Sunday in piloting the Redlands car to victory in the International Grand Prix at Pomona Sunday. The car, a 4.9 Ferrari owned by Bruce L. Danielson and Dr. T. Robert White of Honolulu, also took top money in the big car class. The Pomona course does not favor big cars. It was no great surprise when first and second places went to Porsche Spyders. Hudson began the race at 22d spot in a field of 36. At the end of one lap he was in fifth place. Skip was instructed not to get too close to the head of the pack during the beginning of the race but by the 17th lap the field was [strung out enough to permit the Beverly Hills (35) Sapo7nik (11) White ( 2) Bass( 9) Shaw ( 8) Jennings ( 5) Fourth game: (12) Redlands C ( 2) L. Noe ( 4) E. Savala ( DP.Geiger ( 3) J. Dockstader ( 2) P. Payne Beverly Hills (54) Galbraitht 6) Horton (18) Faris( 2) Morrison ( 4) Miller (16) Palmer ( 6j Peasley( 2) Lineup For Thursday Match Team Captain Franklin Roberts today announced the lineup for the Thursday golf team match here with Irvine Coast: Ed Patterson and J. L. Bennett, Bob Paine and Madison Finlay, Walter Roberts and Darrel Hudlow, Jack Cooper and Babs Daluiso, Bob Bake- and Frank Roberts, Bert MarcunY and Don Acheson, Jim Lauer and Hal Hagen, Ben Rabe and Vernon Lce.| That gave the Bearcats an NCAA berth against Texas Chris tian at Lawrence, Kans., this Friday night. And it also cleared the decks for Bradley, runner-up in the Missouri Valley Conference, to enter New York's National Invitation Tournament with a quarter-final berth Saturday night against the winner of a Thursday first-round er between Fordham and Butler. This had been delayed because the Braves would have finished in tie with Cincinnati for the league crown if Cincinnati had lost to St. Louis. New Mexico State won the Border Conference championship by trouncing Arizona State U., 78-57. in a playoff at Las Cruccs. N.M. Joe Kelley paced the win with 21 points as New Mexico State emerged the final top dog in what had beer, a triple tie for the league crown. New Mexico State meets Idaho State in an NCAA first-rounder Wednesday at Las, Cruces. where New Mexico State now has won 24 straight games. So now the NCAA major-college competition is set to roll. One first-rounder already has been played 'De Paul nipped Portland. 57 -56, at Portland Saturday, and here are the five games listed tonight: At New York Boston U. U3-6I vs Connecticut <17-fi'. West Virginia (25-4) vs Dartmouth '22-51. North Carolina 120-4 > vs Navy '16-5'. At Lexington, Ky. Bowling Green (17-7) vs Marquette '22-41. Eastern Kentucky '16-5) vsi Louisville '16-101. New York winners will join St. Joseph's i Pa.' in the regional at Charlotte. N.C.. Friday and Sat urday. Lexington winners will join Kentucky and Michigan Stntr in the regional at Evanston, 111., the same nights. De Paul moves into the Lawrence, Kans.. regional against Kansas State as Cincinna ti plays Texas Christian. And the Idaho State-New Mexico State winner will play in the San Francisco rccional along with St. Marv's 'Calif.', California, and Utah. The 32-team NAIA small-college [big car to move with more assur- and so moved into fourth ance, spot. The Ferrari took over second place on the 32d lap, just ahead of the two eventual winners and behind the Maserati that was to blow a tire less than three laps from the finish line. Trouble Maneuvering By new the leaders were lapping the field and the big car had trouble finding maneuvering room On the 50th lap. trouble came in the form of a Microlube Special on its 49th time around Trie driver of the car heard the thunderous roar of the Ferrari's V-12 behind him, and all he could think ol was to get out of the way. He only succeeded in blocking the track completely with frantic weaves and dodges, and finally went into a spin, forcing Hudson off the track. The Redlands car came back in third place, and continued to burn up the course until the 66th lap J when sure enough, it was time to pass the Microlube Special of Riverside,,again. When the track finally cleared, the Ferrari was fourth. On these two occasions t h e Porsche Spyders with their greater maneuverability, managed to pass Hudson. On the 73d time, around the Maserati blew a tire, and Hudson finished third. Bruce Danielson is still looking for the driver of the Microlube who robbed him of his win. Specially Built The car that Hudson drove is more than an ordinary Ferrari. It was built under the personal supervision of Enzo Ferrari himself in 1956, to be the international entry of the King of Sweden in the Mexican Road Race. But his majesty's representatives wouldn't take it because it was too powerful. The car was relegated to a comer of the Ferrari factory where it was kept as the builder's masterpiece. Having decided to enter the monster in U.S. racing with the North American Ferrari Racing Team, the factory shipped it under wraps to A. D. Logan at Tulsa. Oklahoma. Hearing of the move. White and Danielson con tacted Logan and bought the car. Logan is now being sued for selling it. The B and B Team had bought the car that Ferrari vowed would never be put into private ownership: the car that Wolfgang von Trips and Jean Behra were to drive in this country. The engine is a Monza V-12 dohc developing 45/) horsepower on gasoline through three dual Webers. The engine has four distribu tors and 24 spark plugs, two for each cylinder. The oil supply takes a I5-gallon tank. The car has a 5-speed gear box and 14-i n c h brakes, and was built af a cost of $26,000. Tribute To Round Table ARCADIA (UPD — The racing world tonight will pay tribute to Round Table as the 1958 horse of the year at an award presenta tion dinner. For being selected Daily Racing Form's horse of the year. Round Table is being honored with the presentation of an oil painting of him to his owners, Mr. and Mrs Travis M. Kerr, and their daugh ter. Mrs. Nan^y Magana. tournament opened at Kansas City with eight first-round games and eight more first-rounders are on tap today. Monday's winners were Minnesota 'Duluth Branch). Grambling 'La.'. Central St. 'Okla.'. Arkansas Teachers, Indiana State, Pacific Lutheran, Fori Hays Teachers 'Kans.), and Wes! Virginia Wcsleyan. The eight regional winners in the NCAA small-college tournament will compete in quarter final games at Evansville, Ind.. Wednesday. NAIA Tourney Moves Into Second Round Tar Heel Rebel Asserts South Has Risen Again SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad What's better .... than a NEW TIRE? A West Guaranteed PREMIUM RETREAD! Drop in for your FREE tire inspection. WHEEL ALIGNMENT AND BALANCING SPECIALISTS READING TIRE & ALINEMENT 101 West Central Phone PY 3-5110 By OSCAR FRALEY United Press International NEW YORK UPD-Frank Mc Guire, a Tar Heel rebel from the sidewalks of New York, asserted today that at long last the South has risen again. The fireworks aren't as violent as they were the first time around. But this time there's almost as much hootin' and holler- in' and excitement as well as a great deal more shootin'. This uprising is concerned with basketball, a sport in which Dixie at last has taken its place as a section which bows to none when it comes to overall enthusiasm and ability. You can believe that," Mc Guire says in a voice which, aft er seven years in the South, is a mulligan stew mixture between a pastrami sandwich and hominy grits'. "Basketball in the South, after years of being 'on its way," has definitely arrived. On an overall basis it stacks up with any in (he country and we can even give said 'danger—keep out,' and had those damnyankees from Indiana pulled the main switch." a few lessons irt enthusiasm." At the North Carolina-Wake Resemble Revival Meeting Forest game in February there The descendants of the hotheads who fired on Fort Sumter haven't last a shade of that impulsiveness with which they flocked to the Stars and Bars. The games are a cross between an old time revival meeting and the battle of Bull Run. "Take Saturday night for Instance," said tile North Carolina coach with the air of a man who, would be glad to give it away. "North Carolina State is leading by 13 points with 6:55 to play in our game at the Raleigh Coliseum.. Then, bang, the lights go out and 12,500 people sit there for five minutes in the darkncs.s "When the lights went back on. the clock had been pushed ahead minute." he added. "Somebody was really trying to help State get it over. They did it by smash was a full-fledged riot in which the benches and the stands were emptied for a real donnybrook. Play-Calibre Improved But it's the overall calibre of play in a section where aside from a few powers, most of the teams were patsies, which McGuire labels as "a fantastic boom. "They used to concede to teams like Kentucky and North Carolina State," McGuire illustrated. "Well today our Atlantic Coast Confer-, ence is the toughest in the country and basketball in the South rates with any. Remember, it wasn't until the last decade that Georgia Tech gave 'Is first basketball scholarship: Mississippi State has taken the Southeastern title away from Kentucky with I Auburn right up there, and teams ing in the door of the transformer like Wake Forest and Duke have room, defying the big sign which come a long way." KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPD-The second chapter of the NAIA coast to-coast basketball tournament; unfolded today with favored Ten nessee A&i State making its debut against Nebraska Wesleyan. Eight first-round games were on tap just like opening day Monday. The Tennessee crew, which has won the NAIA championship] twice before—including last year, will go against the Nebraskans at 7 p.m. c.s.t. Today's action began at 10:30 a.m. with New Britain l Conn.' and Westminster of Pennsylvania fighting it out. Second - ranked West .Virginia Wesleyan roared to an 84 -64 victory Monday night over Whittier College of California in a first- round game. Whittier held a 35-34 halftime lead, but the superior height of the West Virginians began to tell late in the second half. Jim McDonald hit 36 points for West Virginia and Bill Johnston got 21 for Whittier. Other first round results Mon day and Monday night saw several other seeded teams come through with victories all except seventh-ranked Pikeville Col-| lege of Kentucky. The Kcntuckians lost to unheralded Arkansas State Teachers 70-67. Fort Hays State of Kansas beat Westminster of Utah 73-60, Indi ana State stopped Morningside of Iowa 87-67 and Central Oklahoma State won over Kentucky State 72-65. Pacific Lutheran defeated Western Montana 78-60, undefeated Grambling of Louisiana took its 28th victory by downing Christian Brothers of Memphis 81-70 and Austin College of Texas lost to Duluth Branch of the University of Minnesota 87-79. The Grambling team is ranked fourth in the 21st annual tourney. Today's schedule also included Northern State of South Dakota and Youngstown University, at noon: Lenoir Rhyne and Northern Michigan at 1:30 p.m. and Southwest Texas and Linfield College at 3 p.m. Troy. Ala. State battles Illinois Normal at 5:30 p.m. and Fair- Ieigh-Dickinson takes on Culver- Stockton at 8:30 p.m. Georgia Pinson Stars As Reds Beat Dodgers 7-2 United Press International Vada Pinson, who just missed making the grade last season, is once again the rookie riot of tha Cincinnati Reds' training camp. The 21-ycar-old Negro outfielder, a sensation last spring but later farmed out to-Seattle in the Pacific Coast League, drove in five runs Monday to lead the Reds to a 7-2 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Pinson blasted a 420-foot homer and also delivered a two- run triple to pace Cincinnati's IX- hit attack. It was the second win in thrca games for the Reds who are so rich in outfield talent that Frank Robinson may be their regular first-baseman this year. Brooks Lawrence, first of four Cincinnati pitchers, was the winner whila Dodger starter Danny McDcvitt suffered the loss. Pinson, a native of Memphis, Tenn., batted .271 in 27 games for the Reds last season. He compiled a.gaudy .343 figure and hit 11 homers at Seattle. Has Fiald Day Lee Maye, a rookie outfielder up from Austin, Tex., also had a field day as the Milwaukee Braves whipped the world champion New York Yankees, 9-6. Maye knocked in five runs with a single and a homer to help the National League champions to their first Grapefruit League win and hand the Yankees their first loss. Rookia pitchers Bill Hamilton, Don Notte- bart and Bob Hartman held the Yankees to 10 hits, including a. homer by Marv Throneberry. Bob Cerv and rookie Charley Secrest paced Kansas City to a 4-1 win over the Baltimore Orioles although the Athletics collected only four hits off Jack Harshman and Joyt Wilhelm. Cerv singled home two runs off Harshman and Secrest. who hit .281 at Little Rock, Ark., last season, bopped a homer off Welhelm. The Detroit Tigers handed tha St. Louis Cardinals their third straight defeat. 4-0. with Billy Hoeft, Tom Morgan and Jim Raugh combining in a four-hitter. The Cardinals didn't get a man past second sbase. Phils Beat Nats Harry Anderson smashed a three-run homer in the Philadelphia Phillies' 6-1 decision over tha Washington Senators. Curt Simmons started for the Phillies and didn't aflow a hit during his'three- inning stint. Dick Farrell, the ace relief pitcher who finished tha game, yielded the Washington run on two singles and a sacrifice fly. The Chicago White Sox defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates, 7-5, in a game marred by 10 errors, including four *by first-baseman Dick Stuart of the Bucs. John Romano and Johnny Callison hit two-run homers for Chicago and Stuart, unabashed by his poor fielding, hit two doubles and a single for Pittsburgh. Minnie Minoso, who wastes no time once he gets around to signing his contract, hit a homer and two singles in his first exhibition camp game. Herb Score, who was battered for eight runs by the Giants last Saturday, pitched the first three innings and was tagged for two runs—one on a homer by Larry Doby. Other camp news: The Cubs traded outfielder Chuck Tanner to the Boston Red Sox for Bob iRiverboaU Smith, a lefty pitcher. Tanner will go to the Red Sox' Minneapolis farm club. He had a 262 average for the Cubs last season. Smith, 29. was 4-3 with the Red Sox last season . . . pitchers Dick Drott and Glen Hobbie. just out of the Army, rejoined the Cubs. SPORTS BRIEFS LIONS SIGN BARR DETROIT (UPD—It took a short conference with Coach George Wilson "Monday jo convince Terry -Ban - that he should sign for his third season with the Detroit Lions of the National Football League. Barr's signing ended speculation that he would return to the University of Michigan as a coach. GETS FOOTBALL TV NEW YORK (UPD-The NCAA has awarded television rights to its 1959 football program to the National Broadcasting Company for the fifth straight year. The 1959 TV college program will include the telecast of 10 games nationally*, on nine Saturdays and Thanksgiving Day. CRUSADERS NAME CAPTAIN WORCESTER. Mass. (UPD — Ralph Brandt, a 6-foot. 6-inch center from Palo Alto, Calif., has been elected captain of the 1960 Holy Cross basketball team. He has been starting center the last two years. Teachers and Platteville go in the last game today, starting at 10 p.m. TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOUR CAR AUTOMOTIVE REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS . . . 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