Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 21, 1969 · Page 8
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TEACHEaS-WEICPRESSEP.' , CAUSSANOCUSOFTHE RISKT; MA30K, BUT CO «7U TMlNJK .TMEVD LETAAS WftTE IT? 0MC6 •mi« CaMWV PAPER THE RMikuidi Doily Pocb « - Friday, Nbnnry 21, 1969 Toomey to compete in meet NEW YORK (UFD-Moor track and field fnf may get a repeat performance tooicht «1ien Olympic decatliloa champion Bill Toomey competes in a modified version of the world's most crueUins athletic events at the star-studded U.S. Olympic Invitational meet at Hadison Square Garden. The invitational, blue-ribbon event of New Yoit's 1988 indoor games calendar, is expected to attract the largest croml of the indoor season. Toomey. winner of the 1968 decathlon at Mexico City, is among 36 Olympians firom the U.S., Canada sod Europe, taking part in the meet Hi^ilight of the 26<vent program is the "mini-decathlon" featuring the 30-year-<*l athlete from Laguna Beach, Calif. The mim-decathlon will consist of five events-the diotput, 55-meter dash, high jump, long jump and 400 meters. It marks only the second time m the past 30 years that a decatMon-type event has been tried indoors. llie various events in the meet, in accordance with Olympic Games procedure, will be measured in meters. Eleven events have been named in honor of Uving OIymt»c champions, 10 of whom are expected to attend the meet. The Mexico City Olympians expected to display their talents include world pole vault king Bob Seagren of the Unhrersity of Southern California, hurdler Willie Davenpwt of Baton Rouge, La., world long jump record-holder Bob Beamon. versatile Marty Liquori ofj Villanova and middle distance ace Larry James, also of Villanova. Olympians from foreign countries entered include Czech Josef Ptachy in the 80O meters and Canadian Bob Finlay of Toronto in the 3,000 meters. Villanova's crack two-mile relay team won't compete in the meet because two of its members — Tom Donnelly and Frank Murphy—will stay home to take midterm examinations. However, Coach Jumbo Jim Elliott has entered Andy O'Reilly in the 800 meters while James will run in the 400 meters. SPOUTS Goes seven under par Miller Barber takes lead in Tucson Open Podres think most ployers will report SAN DIEGO (UPD-San Diego Padres president Buzzie Bavasi says most of the players on his baseball club will report for spring trainmg. The Padres' camp is scheduled to open Saturday at Yuma, Ariz. Bavasi made the statement after a meetmg with 28 of his 34 players Thursday. The proposed q>ring training boycott by the| Major League Players Associa- tk» was discussed. Tlw president said several players were not able to attend the Bwetiog because of travel problems. TUCSON. Ariz. (UPI)-Milleri Barber isn't satisfied with the $105,845 he won last year. He aimed for a fast start this season and he says be has succeeded with his "best start by far." 7%e veteran professional from Sherman, Tex., already winner of one tourney ttiis year, shot an outstanding 7-under-par 85 in the opening round of (he $100,000 T^ic&on Open Thursday to take a two-stroke lead into Friday's action. Barber's closest competitors were U.S. Open champion Lee Itevino and Dale Doi^lass, both at 67. George Arcbec winner of the Bmg Crosby touraameot. led four players at 88. Tlie others were Rod Funseth, Boo Cemido and local amateur Or. Ed Updegraff, former Walker Cup player. "I never did anything good before here m Tucson," said Barber, winner of the rain- shortened Kaiser Open in Napa, Calif. "I made several changes m my game last year and it's paying off now." Barber's fine pottmg got him five birdies and an eagle and he was willing to taice all the credit for his success on Tucson National Golf Chib's giant greens. "I fbund out a long time ago it isnt the putter that make* the putt^-it's the man bdiind it," he said. "I've used Uie same mallet putter an my life. Barber's eagle came on the 580-yard, par five 15th bole as he saidc an 18 foot putt lliis was the same green where Los Angeles Open winner Charlie Sifford took five putts en route to a 76. Treviho, off to a slow start Moyer stops Re6din6tb PORTLAND, Ore. (UPI)Former World Boxing Associa' tion junior middle weight champion Denny Moyer, 161, Portland, scored the 15th win in his last 16 fights Thursday night by stopping Dave Reed, 160, Oakland, Calif., on a sixth round technical knockout. Moyer, who was slightly ahead on points when the scheduled 10-rounder vns stopped after the sixth round, was awarded the win when the 29-year-aid Reed suffered an injury to bis right eye. Reed (old the ring physician he was seeing double. Moyer, also 29, scored the only knockdown with a right to the chin m the fifth round. In a companion 10-rounder. Pajarito Corona, 135 1-2. Los Angeles, held favored Len Kesey, 138 1-2, Eugene, Ore., to a draw. One judge's card favored Corona, a speedy 20-year-old souUipaw, while tiw two o(her{ officials scored flie 6^ even. this season. complaiDed of being tired after a romid that him sink birdie potu of 30 and 35 feet and twice come out of sand traps for birds. "I am through with the banquet tour," said Trevhw, who fiew to New York and Los Angeles for award dinners earlier tiiis wedc "I've had oniy nine hours sleep in the past three days and I'm glad just to be walkug." Of the 144 goUers entered, r bettered the X-3B-T2 par on the 7,30S-yard course. Tbt field wiU| be cut to the tow 70s and ties after Friday's second round. Dea(floeked at 69 were 1968 National CoDegiate champion Giier Jones. Phil Rodgers, Tom Sbaw, Cbailee Vdpooe, Randy Gtover, Bnice Crampton and Jimmy Wright The greens played extra fast Thursday after an all night rain. But the wet weather, whidi included a brief afternoon who have shower, seemed to have little effect on Oe pUy. More scattered showers were expect ed today. Mediator enters ball player hassle NEW YORK (UPI)-1te major league players, after afra^ ing to meet with • fedml mediator Monday in an attempt to settle their penskn fund dispute with the owners, said they would make a "new proposal" today for the owners* consideration. The owners haven't yet agreed to meet with the federal mediator but Frank Brown, regional director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service said, "It is very rare for an invited party in a labor dispute to decline an invitation from the federal mediator." Brown invited the owners and plajrers to meet with him and mediator Kenneth Moffett on Monday. Meanwhile, in the spring traming camps in Florkla and Arizona, the players' boycott of the workouts was only a partial success as veteran players continued to report for duty. But Marvin Miiler, executive director of the players' association, said, "The overwhehnmg majority of the estariiUshed players are sunwrting their policy of not signing contracts until an agreement is reached." Commenting on the players signed, he said, "It Chamberiain, Russell to meet tonight INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPl)- Wilt Chamberlain and Bill Russell, the big attractions in the National BasketbaU Association for the past decade, collide tonight when the Los Angeles Lakers host the Boston Celtics. Although rookies Wes Unseld of Baltimore and Elvin Hayes of San Diego have been drawing most of the praise this season, Chamberlam and Russell are still considered the best pro centers. Russell and company defeated the Lakers, minus Chamberlain, in the NBA playoff finals last season four games to two. This season Los Angeles has won two of three meetings with the CelUcs. The Lakers, who have been handicapped by the absence ofj Jerry West because of injury, lost two of their ihas been the position of the player's association not to exert any pressure on the players regarding the no signing poficy. Rather, the matter has been left to each player for his individual decision. Some, due to personal obligations or pres> sures, have signed contracts." Miller said he would make his new proposal at a meeting today with John Gaherin, the spokesman for the owneR, "hi view of the fact that the owners' last proposal has been rejected by the player represen- uaves by a 24-0 vote." The owners latest offer wias a boost in a yearly contribution to the pension fund to $5.3 million. The owners currently pay $4.1- a-year. It won't be an official strike until March 1 because that's tha day all the players are required to be in camp but the pitdiers arid catchers traditionally report early. McLain gets sports oword on TV show BUBBANK. Calif. (UPI)Denny McLain, the Detroit Tigers pitching sensation, has an! succeeded Carl Yastrzemski of - - lastjthe Boston Red Sox as the three starts on the road but the! Academy of Professional Sporti future looks good. | athlete of the year. They have a four-game bulge' He was honored m a national over AUanta in the Western i television show Wednesday Division and 10 of their next 12! "gW- games are at the Forum, wherei McLaui's selecUon was done they are 23-6 this season. " a of the nation's leading sportswriters and sportscasters. WEHRLI SIGNED ^ ^ -""^ ST. LOUIS (UPI)-The St 'Louis Cardinals of the National i Football League have signed 1 Roger Wehrli, who led thel Dave Stockton of San Bemar- nation's punt returners last dino shot a 35-35—70 in the open- season at the University of ing round of the Tucson Open SteektM sheets 70 Missouri. Wehrli was signed to a three- year contract but no terms were disckwed. Golf Tournament yesterday. The score puts Stockton five stroke* behind the leader Miller Barber, who fired a 32-33—65. FRECKLES AND HIS RIENDS iy MERRILL iLOSSER

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