Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 21, 1969 · Page 9
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Redlands, California
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Baskefball season ends RHS finishes strong against CBL champs Vakycolege cagers lose to Santa Ana Saa BernanUM Valley CoOese bad a coU nisbt and Ml to Santa Ana 86-74. Tlie Indians shot By TAM IRVING shot b>- Uike Savage but then 15M9 bat the marxin was too " ^'..^^5^5^^^ aims Belt League basketball *«« scoreless foralmost time srcat to omcomc. ^f" "P «"> » P« play came to an end for Red- minutes in the opening stanza. ; For die Tcnien Saiace was - ^ Honraivt TM> CM > »» lands high Terriers Ust night With Pacific's Doug Howard., the leadinf aeorer with 13 fol- vajS ^riiu-.^ m«+ « ^ tory in the RHS gym. The \-ictory gave coadi Jim lor another three minutes of the HacUeman's Pirates a tie for second period. | teammate Scott Kay. who hU U, the CBL title with Chaffey High BtxkeU by Jack Larson. Ker-!was second with 2tt. and the number one berth in the ry Dunn and Savage finallyl in other CBL games Chafley CIF plaj-offs due to two victories broke the ice and the Terriersi^y^ tied for a sbai« of the oi-er Oiaffey. hit the scoring c<*imn. Pacific j league ciown with a 77-«3 vic- Redlands, the defending CBL took a 37-22 lead into the dress-! tofv over San Beraardiao. champions, ended the season in ing room at the half. Ramcoa loUed to a 75« \ie- a tie fw- sixth place with a 2- Pacific increased its lead to ta,y over San Goigoolo. The^ 12 league mark and a 4-21 rec- 20 at the end of the third pe-|Spartans finished hi a tie for Ri^cber ord for the season. riod. 61-41 deqnte strong ^xxi-.^Mi place with Redlands. Lance Pacific was hot from the floor, ing by Skip TendaU and Larson.' and jumped off to a I7-U lead The Terriers made a brief at the end of the first quarter, charge midway through the Redlands pulled up to 8-10 on aifouith period, closing the gap to iMllandt. Daily Fodi fvdaf. Mwwryai, lW»-f Pirates 36 for the game, hitting the Pi-ilowed by TeadaB with rates moved to a 2S-11 lead as Dmm with eight „^ Lee played the _ the Terriers were held scordess; p,cific's Howard won the CBL 40 minutes at the post fcc sooring title with 317 points and.lj ,dJ3Qj. ^ !.« i ^ ^^p^ up a 237 lead and the Indians didn't hit m douUe figures until 4:S was left to play in the half. The Dons led 40-21 at the halt Santa Ana (M) GerjeU Fontana r^i|>ed to a 5948 vfc- G. . 8 . 3 . 3 Huckstein U Mitdien S Thomas 1 Merilatt 2 SPOUTS toty over odlar-dwdling Eisen- iwwcr. Redlands High Terrier Bees. coached by Joe Hansen won aiBn^Ies o thriller ottr Pacific 43-40. John Jackson 1 Kaiser was the leading scorer — for Redlands with 15 pomU whfle Totals F. 8 0 0 2 4 0 0 2 2 BiU Lantz puUed down bounds. Pacific (77) G. Kay 6 Lockridge 2 Howard 10 iJackson 6 Johnston 4 Rodden 2 Wiegert 2 Matthey 0 18 re- 34 18 86 Totals 32 13 77 lyomen 's indoor fourney Colifornio teen-ager almost gets net upset WINCHESTER, Hasa. (UPD'Los Altos. Calif., pro took the —Mary Ann Eisel hadnt lost a second set fix>m Jliss Eiset and ^ set in over a month. But|briefly threatened to puU off tbe'^^ ' "broken concentration" snapped!,.^^^ ,—„ |Larson 3 F. 2 0 6 3 0 0 0 2 SBVC (74) G. Koss 1 T. Christian 0 MiLee 10 4 Dowd 2 26^Jeske 2 15'Hayes 4 SiSams 1 4. Totals 20 Halftima score: Santa Ana 40, SBVC 2L (M) G. Dunn 4 McNally 2 Bollinger 0 Savage 6 Chesnos 2 Tendall 4 Fraser 2 her s4i«ak and very ne«ri ?*^i "PS«t the 1969 VS. Women's Indoor; Mary Ann completed her tennis dian^Monships the rank- mental rally during a 2S-nunute|Lang 1 ins domestic cntjy. break between sets and roared Johnson 1 The 22-year-oU St Louis into the quarterfinals with a 6-2, resident rallied her composure'2-«. 6-3 victoiy. ToUls 25 on the artificial turf at the: lite rest of the 1969 diam- Score by quarters: n ^ndiester Indoor Tennis Cen-;pioaships continued ID follow the ter Hiursday. The result was a' T. 11 F. 0 8 5 3 8 9 1 T. 34 74 UsIBchter takes new racing post Lcs Richtcr, former all pro- 1 football player for the Los An- seeding form though fiflh- dectsave (hinl set win and ranked Pattie Hogan fell before elimination of the first of unseeded Tory Frelz and the sner^ players expected toi foreign ddegation was reduced diallenge Miss Eisel's favorite to South Africa's Esroe Eman- role. i ueL In tiiis instance it was 19-j The Friday form paired Miss year-old Denise Carter. aJEisd with Maribit Aschner "t>-picaUy hand hitting Caliibr-while Peaches Bartkouicz faced nia player," who tested theCed Martinez. Miss Emanuel! 10 60 Padfic 17 20 24 16-77 Redlands 11 U 19 19-60 Class B: Redlands 43, Pacific 40. TEEN POST BOXING CLASS — Members of the Redlands Teen Post boxing dass work out every Thursday froi» 7-9 p. m. at the Redlands YMCA. Members pictured are front row (1-r) Wke Robles, Robert Yglesias, Juan Black and Glenn Martinez. Rear row (1-r) Melvin Akres, Artie Llamas, Gilbert Ramos, Dyrl Black, Walter Rogers and Anthony Ramirez. Additional Information on the class may be obtained by calling 792-0212 after 2 p. m. ' Top weight assigned to two horses ARCADIA (UPI)-Daric Mir gcles Rams and currenUy presi-lfS"' ^-y^"*'''!, ^ dent of Riverside International ?f' ^""^ ly. last year's older mare diam- pion. have been assigned 130 pounds each for. the $100,00 in- veteran Miss Eisel in the race to succeed Billy Jean King as queen of indoor singles. Miss Carter, daughter of a FTetz. ran into fourth-seeded St^anie De Fina and second U.S. seed Kristy Pigeon landed with Miss 35 feef of snow National Alpine ski championships start BEAR VALLEY. Calif. (UPI) —Spider Sabich of Kyburz, CJalit. America's leading male • the after hitting a bumpy section of the run. landed on her ski pole, which bndcc. but she otherwise Garcia scores boxihgwin overSedilo LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Eddie Garcia, 137, Los Angdes, scored fifth round knockout over Bobby Sedillo, 134, Chino, Calif, in a scheduled lO^twnd fight Thursday night Referee Lee Grossman stopped the bout with 36 seconds to go in the because Sedillo had a severely ^er. competes in downhiU today to hdp launch the three^lay National Alpine Ski Champioosbips at VaUey. SaUdi anivcd on the scene wxjmcn's cut lip. The 31-year-old Garcia, fighting for the first time in two years, knocked his opponent down with a right hand in the first round. Sedillo suffered the Raceway, has been appomted vice prKidcnt of operations and racing activity of Michigan In- tematiooal Speedway, Inc. Richter's acceptance was made possible by acquisition of 47 per cent of Riverside's slock by the Michigan racing plant Richter. under a five-year contract with the Michigan firm, will supervise and coordinate all racing activities at Michigan International Speedway, Atlanta Raceway, Riverside and the Texas International Speedway, now under construction 70 miles northwest of Houston, near Bry an. Texas. Richter win continue as president of Riverside and will be based there, so his new duties will keep him traveling much of the time. Richter's first oEBdal act was to devate Roy Hard, fifth I Riverside's general manager up to executive vice president and general manager of the Riverside plant nUtional Santa Margarita Handicap at SanU AniU March L Twenty older fillies and mares were wwghled Wednesday for the Hi mile test Four are stakes stars now racing in men's I was not hurt. Saturday's sdicdule includes both runs of the men's giant Bearistalom whUc Sunday's windup: ... ,. . consists of the mens and'"" '"P *^ slaloms. From herei 1 *0 victory gave the Los late Wednesday night after a 26- most of the top skiers go to Angeles fighter a 20* record, hour trip fivm Europe and took Squaw Valley for next week's In a companion half a dozen practice runs World Cup competition, which Norton, 202, San Diego Thursday as snow continued to resumes with Austria's Kari remained unbeaten with a ninth fall in the area. At the start of Schranz the leader with 75Ground knockout over Wayne today's competition, there was points. fight. Ken CaUf., an esUmated « feet of packed snow on the courses. Sabich picked up 46 points in the European phase of the BiUy Kidd, another lop Y^.^^ ,-l„!!^, ^'^ 1" Kindred, 197. Pasadena, Calil There were no knockdowns. Referee Joey Olmos slopped the action because Kindred had a skier. Kiki'Cutter and Judy I ^ *''^,jS«.*^'*hf 'LSSrtSi ""t « »^ BP- .N-agel were entered but laU^ ^eta^« he got],: the Austrian has the title lodced thei"P- •So one is going lo catch make an appearance, presumably passed up rope the past few weeks. , ^ ^^^^ Norton scored his ei^th win and seventh knockout LOS Balsis ANGELES (UPI)-Joe Pocket Billiard Championships Thursday night with a 150-19, the Blargo there w»e two spdls on fliejjjjg y^y^y go „,.5e on downhill course Ttuireday, "«lxhursdav while snow continued spectacular and the other nen-e ^ faU.'The weather forecasts tingling but wifliout misaap. ^.^jj j^^. ^^^^ gno^v during the Craig GOTder of SsU LakCj^edcend. „ . Citv, Utah, made a spectacular! ^he toUl field here is 121. 831 victory over Peter cartwheel coming into the flat men and 38 women. 'Union City. N.J. landed on Ms chin and needed, — eight stitdies to dose the TTOund. He said there was no^ reason why he wouldn't compete in the downhiU today. Ann Black of Seattle. Wash., was inrolved in the other spill. Xliss Black shot into the air 1 Chargers plan four NFL gomes in prO'Season SAN DIEGO (UPI) The San Diego Chargers have announced a pre-scason football schedule featuring meetings with four members of the National Football League. The American Football League Chargers play on successive wedcs starting Aug. 2 the Baltimore Colts, New Orleans Saints, Oakland Raiders. Qevdand Browns and Los Angdes Rams. The lengthy home schedule was sought fay the Chargers in of Mfaeni^e Pa i«>ni"«:«i«» San Diego's S;^^ into .T^^t pfa'c^ awtl, annive«ary cdebration of m the Worid's inivUtionall'ts estabhshment as a city. Charger officials said Monday schedule was subject to of [approval by football commissioner Pete Rozclle. Florida. Priocessnesian, Gamely's stable mate, was assigned 125 pounds. Next in order, were the four mares now in Florida — Gay Matdda at 123, Too Bald at 121, and Amerigo Lady and Rafale at 120. Finals to be March I Bulldog wrestlers cl'mch title share, beat Whittier Cinching a share of the SCIAC wrestling title with an easy win over the Whittier College Poets, the University of Redlands Bulldogs travd to Cal Tech tomorrow for the NAIA District m tournament Others competing in the tour SCIAC as well as independent powers UCR, Pasadena and Cal Lutheran, last year's district III champion. The Bulldogs displayed over all strength in Tuesday's 33-8 victory over the Poets. The Red lands matmen were led by Jun nament are members of the Hammond and Glenn Britton in NBA standings Baltimore PhUaddphia New Yoric Boston Cincinnati Detroit Milwaukee East W. 47 41 44 37 34 26 19 West W. 43 41 32 27 25 24 14 Pet. GB .734 , .661 S .657 4fA .597 9 .523 13% .390 22 .297 28 Los Angdes AUanU San Francisco San Diego Chicago Seattle boenix Thunday't RMUHS San Fran. 128 San Diego 118 AtianU 97 Detroit 87 Baltimore 134 Phoenix 121 (Only games sdieduled) Pet. 6B .662 ... .601 3Vi .486 Va .419 15Vi .385 18 .364 19% .219 28% DlscrlminaKon SOUTHPORT. En^and (UPI) — Karen Hardiker, 10, was the best winger in the local church soccer team. She could dodge, feint, tackle, leap for a header, shont bard and return with zest the odd kick on the shins. Now Karen has been banned from the team. The English Schools Football Association discovered it isn't allowed to let girls play soccer with boys. ABA standings They don't fhink of confracf signing as strike brealung Baseball players not union' minded East W. L. Pet. CB Mi ?T"' 30 25 .545 ... Minnesota 30 21 .526 1 lufiana 31 30 JSOt 2 Kaitucky 27 27 .500 2% New York IS 38 .29613% West W. L. Pet. «• OaUand 44 10 xa ... Den\-er 34 23 JMU% New Orleans 29 29 J0D17 Dallas 25 29 .463 U Los Angdes at 32 .429 21 Houston M 37 315 27 Thursday'* 1 Minesota 118 Nnr Toik 113 Oakland 119 DaBas It* <0!dy games tcfaedried) Friday'* GaM* Indiana at DaBas Uiniesote at Miami (Only games adMdiied) LEAD WINNERS ^AIM BEACH Fla. GARDENS, (UPD-Gaw lifler; at last iHitelJaikHddHsit By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports WrHtr NEW YORK (UPD-Marvin Miller, the major leaguers' ^okesman and onetime key adviser for the United Sted- wotkers of America, gradually is learning the awfid tiutfa about baOplayets. He's leammg they aren't the United Stedworkers of America. Not by a long shot The Stedworkers go out on strike am everybody immediately knows it's a strike. They tie up (he whole country. The bal^ilayers 0> out on strike and can't even tie up fiieir shoelaces. They defect all over the ^ee. The way (tey (o abent it Oey make themsdvea look like the Uttle Sisten of the Poor. Ptinarily, thafs becanse hal^dayers don 't (eneralty coo- eea tfaemsdvcs with such miadaiie thmgs at Ubor strto. They 're too pRoeeapied wiQi etho' more importaat ttuBgs. TUBSi like tqnhc to gtt te bd over Oe idate er tiying to aap a tatlias Jfenp. Lai sbikes are amevfeat over teir| BMkttor trated than during World War!Marvin Miller, "that if this kind IL The war already had been on: of action continues, it will cost for more than two years when! the players tens of thousands of an interviewer went over to Yaiikee Stadium one day (o talk to ooe of the American Leagoe's foremost pitchers at the time. "What" he began, "do you think of the war?" "Damn serious, ain't it!" was the pitcher's reply. The present coollict between the owaei^ and players would be serioos too if it didn 't have so many amusing aspects. Ihe players are the ones making it amnsing. Iliey certainly don't mean to but they are because ballplayers always will be baBplayen. Yon can always count on ffaem for one Huae-to be completely paradoxic^ Only 10 weeks aco, for example, the majority of them took a blood oath they wouUn't sign their ceatraets or pt aoywiiere near a iMdlpaik udess they fot what thqr were asking for from. the omm. nicy atflL havent Sottn it tat a good auaber et them haw ami aad for wptiag traWBC •men's BO dollars in the future. Those wiiose business it is to be around ballplayers will tdl you they always think of Ihemsdves first Possibly there is a degree of trvth in the statement but it hardly applies any more to baseball players than it does to actors, physicists, jurists or truck drivers. None of those players who have begun spring training tiunks of hunsdf as a strike breaker. Pete Ricfaert the Baltimore iritcher woridng out DOW in Miami, Fla., certainly doesn't think <rf himsdf as one nor do any of those players who are aware of Richert's personal problems. "I ^e to Marvm about my circumstance and he said "you have to do triiat's right for you and your family first," says Richert. "Eten tbou^ Tm in unifarm I'm 100 per cent behmd Richert isn't the only player wrestling with his consdence. Others are also. The simple fact of the matter is that m the final analysis, when push comes lo shove, as they say, few ballplayers can be expected to match Marvin Mill- UR cagers meet Stags tomorrow in away clash The University of Redlands Bulldogs and the Claremont- Mudd Stags will dash for a spot in the SCIAC 's first division Saturday at 8:15 p.m. on the Claremont court The Stags will be out to avenge the last minute 71-69 loss they suffered at the hands of the Bulldogs in the first round of conference action. Both teams have 4-4 conference records. Coach Ted Ducey's four frosh and one senior line-up has been having a very good "building year." They have kept pace with the conference and gained valuable experience. The Stags are led by freshman Rex Huxford, who is a con sistent top scorer and leads the conference with a 23.5 average. He is followed by frosh guard Jeff Nadund, who pumped in 22 points in least Tuesday 's 77-72 losing effort to La Verne, and is sbcth in the league scoring chart. The Bulldogs, who downed Pomona 0)Uege 68-53 Wednesday, continue to be sparked by the shooting and rebounding of Lurix Johnson. The 6'3" senior from Banning is fifth on the SCIAC scoring chart, third m free throw percentages, and is moving up in the rebound department He hit 22 pomts against Pomona. Johnson is backed up by senior Ron Bums and freshman Randy Orwig. Bums ranks second to Johnson in team scoring and is a running forward who is sharp on defense. Orwig. regular starter as a frosh and a former Terrier, scored 15 points agamst Pomona and is a consistent rebounder. C^ch Lee Fulmer's squad will close out the season at home against the first place Whittier Poets Wednesday, February 26, at 8:15 p.m. Cole Yarborough favored to win Daytona 500 race the 1S7 and 191 pound weight classes. Both wrestlers pinned their opponents. Other winners for the Bulldogs were: Steve Young, 116; Mike Leahy. 123; Rick Guard, 137; Bob Morrison, 145; Tony Ward. 152; Chris McGinn. 160; and Phil Kilbride. 177. Top score honors for the Bulldogs are shared by Rick Guard and Bob Morrison. Both have lost one match and have three pins and four decisions to their credit for a total of 27 points each. Coach John Odenbaugh's wrestlers wm go after the SCIAC title when they travel to Claremont-Mudd March 1 for the conference finals. DAYTONA BEACH. Fla. (UPI)—No matter how you sUce finished second behind David Pearson. Spartanburg. S.C., in ^^s Pacific Bght liaslietiNil teams to play By Un'rttd Press InteraatioMl 'Hiere's nothing like putting on a show for the professionals. Playing in a prdimmary to the National Basketball Associa- tiM between San Francisco and San Diego, Jeff Filzeoger popped in 17 of his 22 pomts in the second half Thursday night to spai^ the University of San Diego to a 72-K victory over crosstown rival, San DiegB State. The Toreros led 35-26 at mter- mission but it took Filzenger's hot shooting to stave off the charging Aztecs m the final 20 I minutes. Ken Neun had 18 for iSan Diego State. In more Thursday action, six Cal Poly San Luis Obispo play- scored in double figures it chubby Cale Yartwrough has anotiier Foid in one of a pair of, *-"h Itff Rogers leading the got to be fevered to win :125-milers Thursday. ! "'^y. ^^"L^J^? J." got Sunday's $208,000 Daytona 500. The Timmonsville, S.C.. tobacco farmer-Ford jockey wiU be startug fifth m the lineup .Dodge Charger. And they didn t:„„j . . . oreeon State and bdund pole man Buddy Baker devdop into tiie NviW Ford -^^J ^^^'^^^'^^.O ^f^^^^^ ^^...^J..^. ^^.^''^ «'CAC action pits Santa Yarborough wins, it will be four big ones in a row over Daytona's high-banked track. ; Clara against San Jose State, Fords finished one-two-three-; pgcixic at Pepperdine, St four-five in the first race, and Mar>'s at Loj-ola, and Santa Yarborough won last year Si the Dodges one-two-Uiree m the Barbara at USF 500 and the last two "Firecrack-; second. i ^ er 40O" July 4 races here. He er's iron resolve. He's a professional at this sort of thing and a mighty good one; the players all are amateurs, and rather poor ones. Bright and hramy as Miller is, he has one thing to leam about ballplayers. How can anyone teach 'em to strike ovemi^t when it takes 10 years lo teach 'em a few simple signs? Sonny Listen in trouble with law NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. (Xn»I)—Sonny Uston, who has had more than his share of troubles with Uie law, was arrested Thursday and charged with driving while inder the influence of liquor. The 36-year-oId fonnw heavyweight champion was taken into custody while driving a pickup truck. Be was released on ban. Dodges driven by Baker andi mmm Isaac will start at Uie firont row! ^TOrK TOKeS Sunday with Pearson's FordI Glotcbadi m on the second and Charlie aiiother Dodge row. In the tWrd row will be Yarborough and Paul (Md-| smith, Munster, Ind. in a Dodge, followed by Donnie Allison, Rueytown, Ala., and Indy 500 champ Bobby Unser, Albuquerque, N.M., in Fords. One of the prdiminaries to the big race, the first annual Ftorida "Citrus 250" for grand touring cars, was sdeduled for today at 1 p.m. EST. Don Yenko, a Pittsburgh, Pa. auto dealer, hdd the (Strus pole in a 1969 Camaro. Rochester job ROCHESTER. N.Y. (UPI)Peter "Pat" Stark, who set three passing records while a quarterback at Syracuse, will take over as football coach at Uie University of Rochester. The 39-year-old offensive backfidd coach for Harvard was officially named coach on Thursday, at a news conference. Stark succeeds Dm Smith, who was relieved of his coaching duties at the end o( last season. Smith is teaching at die university and will coach Rochester golf ttiis spring. (he playMS. I don't fed ri^ bat with a wife and a son dq^Mdinc entirely on me and in my particidar cifcumstanrp, 1 woiddBt fed light if I wasn't oorsidoiBK what rm doing.' BLUE CHIP B0WLIN6 EVBY SUNDAY at 11 AM Mind Hnrfih'i Evwv Smigj e» y.'OO P.M. EMPIRE bOWL MO W. CdMJta*. . itMsa THE TARTAN NOW OPEN 10 AJM. TO MIDNIGHT - INONDAY THRU SATURDAY LUNCH SERVED - 11 TO 2 % LB. TARTAN BURGER 75 BAKED HAM 7S HOT PASTRAMI 75 LoCal SPECIAL 75 TOP SIRLOIN ^M NEW YORK l.»S T-BONE I.7y PORTERHOUSE ....1.«S DINNEKS-FROM — $1.25

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