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10—Thursday, Mar. 12,1959 Redlands Daily Facts Top Tracksters To Run At U.R. Saturday A field well-studded with some of Southern California's best tracksters will compete for honors here Saturday when UCLA, San Diego State and the powerful Los Angeles Striders will converge on the University of Red lands oval. The Bulldogs will furnish strong competition for the invaders. Certainly the pos! powerful Redlands team in years, the Bull- (iogs have perhaps better team balance than any UR team in his lory. Good early season marks have been turned in by Joel Habner with a '23-i-t leap in the broad| jump: John Janewicz with a 13-!P' a >" 10 effort in the pole vault: Mor-j Bob Baker Insurance over ris Morkre. 141-8 in the discus; iPinky's Cafe 2-1, Garvey Motors Dick Verdon. 51-104 in the shot [over College Shoe Shop 2-1. Bur-, put. a new school record and new rough's Appliances over Hoff's Last night's results in mixed SPAAl" Relays record in the col lege division. Clayton Brooks holds the school record in the javelin at 195-3: Ron DeVos has run the 440 in Music House 3-0.' and American Cleaners over Redlands Federal 2-1. High team series went to Burrough's Appliances at 1941. while Campanella Puts Drysdale Back In Groove 49.0: Rudy Dew has a 135-0 tossiBob Baker Insurance took high in the discus: Janewicz holds the: ,eam Same at'660. school record in the pole vault at| Anne Simrak took ladies' high 14-0; Bob Litwiiler has r u n'series and game at 530 and 190. 2:00 in the 830. and 440: Ken'Ray Pirrung took men's honors Nakauchi has a 22-0 mark in thejat 618 and 216. broad jump: Val Newell has a 10:30 clocking in the 2-niile: Jim Rankin. 1 rrti U •'if Team standings: Won (American Cleaners 20 in the 880: Ron Rob- ini ,„ „„„,,., A •: ,-i •.Mid- Of the school ^°" g Shn; Shnn }k 220 low hurdle mark at 24.1 and Kg f^f Sh ° P ? ., ,. , irinkys Cafe lo nas a lo.O time in the 120 highs.! Redl ' nds Fed . Sav 14 Jim Scnbner holds the school : Garvev Molors 14 880 record at l:o5: Dick S]oberg, Hof£ ..- Musjc House 13 has a 15.2 time in the 120 h.gh| Bob Bakfr i nsuran ce..ll'i hurdles: Morkre has a 145-0 toss in the discus: John Wallace. Chaffey transfer, has fine marks of 9.8 and 21.6 in the sprints: and Larry Ward has a 4.23 mile effort. Bruins Strong | The Bruin tracksters. hurt by Lost 10 124 15 15 16 16 17 18 !i In ladies' play: Mentone Variety over Security Bank 2-1, Valley NH3 over Gross TV 2-1. Sally Shops over Toy- ville 2'-j-'i, Niles Hatchery' over Casa Del Rev 2-1. j High team series and game] the loss of several star perform-jwent to Niles Hatchery at 2093 crs. still have plenty of solidand 766. Martha Green took high threats. A comparison of timesNeries at 495. and Jean Simmons between the CCLA thinclads and|to<ik high game at 195. the Bulldog speedsters shows a number of highly competitive contests; in the offing. UCLA's entries for Saturday's •n"et. with the 1D59 best marks listed where available. 100—Rich Johnson '9.7 in 1953'. :"-'eve Scott '10.0 in 1933'. Gordon Hess UO.O in 1953'. i 220 — R. Johnson '21.5 in 1953*. Scoit '21.9 in 1953'. Harvey Giss.' Alternate — Sid Pelston. 440 — Doug Julian '49.8 relay'. Hess (49.fi relay. Pelston '50.0 r-lav). Alternate — Giss '50.4 re-' lay). 8?0 — Bob Holland '1:54 relay'.] ^ob Jordan '1:54.9 relay 1 , John seaman '1:55.9 relay'. Alternate — Willie Charlton U:56.S in 1958'. Mile — Holland '4:19 in 1958>, Seaman '4:17.8 in 1957', Charlton • 1:13.2 in 1938' Team standings: Won Lost Niles Hatchery 41 31 Sally Shops 38 34 C?sa Del Rev 37 35 Mentone Variety .37 35 Towille ' ...36 35 Val lev NH3 35 36 Securitv Bank ....334 384 Gross TV .30 42 United Press International Don Drysdale, one of the biggest flops of the 1953 baseball season, is exhibit A today that Roy Campanella can help the Los Angeles Dodgers even from a wheelchair. The partly-paralyzed Campanula, serving as a Dodger coach this spring, insisted at the start of training that he could help the 22-ycar old Drysdale recover the form that made him one of the National League's most effective j pitchers in 1957. Drysdale slumped to a 12-13 record and 4.16 earned run average last year after a 17-9 and 2.fi9 slate in "57. Campanella insisted that Drysdale was losing his effectiveness, because he had unconsciously discarded his three-quarter motion; in favor of a sidearm delivery. He and Drysdale discussed the problem shortly after Campanella arrived at the Dodgers' V e r o Beach, Fla.. base and the 6-foot, 5-inch. 210-pound right-hander decided to follow Roy's advice. Extends Shutout Innings How correctly Campanella analyzed the case was demonstrated again Wednesday when Drysdale, stretched his string of shutout innings in exhibition play to eight with five scoreless fram&s in a 7-6 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.; Don Demeter singled with the bases filld in the ninth to cap a three-run rally and give the Dodgers their third win in five games. Johnny Temple led the Reds' attack with four singles. The 1958 tailenders in each league "had a ball" for themselves, meanwhile, as the Philadelphia Phillies whipped the Na- D««ee»«» CA«ikj>ll tional League champion Milwau- I\QllI5 rOOTDull kee Braves. 13-7, and the Wash- Ell..... Aw.2l.LU ington Senators shaded the world "111115 AVCIIIuDie champion New York Yankees, 1312. One of the most exciting foot- Wally Post hit two homers andi ba " films in history, the Los An- Gene Frees hit one to pace a 17 -1 Seles Ram Highlights of 1958, hit Philadelphia attack on four' is now available for showing, Ram Milwaukee pitchers. The Braves j officials announced today. J announced after the game that| Produced jointly by the Rams' .Mel Rrtach. the ailing substitute; and t ne Falstaff Brewing Corp- •—NEA T.l.photo SIT-DOWN FIGHT— Twice during the second round of his fight with Archie Moore at Odessa, Tex., Dizzy Davis had to sit down on the ropes to take a breather. In the third round he lost the fight to Moore on a TKO, in the first minute of the round. Bulldog Baseball Team Opens Season At Oxy Two- IC4A Board Awards Meet To Penn State UNIVERSITY PARK. Pa. fl*PI< —Pennsylvania State University athletic circles viewed with satis- Mil? — Ken Riding '9:22.5 faction today the decision award who was being groomed to replace Red Schoendienst, will fly to Milwaukee Thursday to have jhis left knee examined by Dr Bruce Brewer, who operated on it | last August. Mickey Mantle Resting Rookie Bob Allison, a iormer Kansas fullback, rapped a two-run oration, the film is narrated by Ram piay-by-play announcer Bob Kelley. Traditionally an exciting football learn, the Rams in '58 provided the film editors with a real challenge in an effort to hold its length to a 32-minute format. Captured in spectacular fashion homer off Murry Dickson in thej hoth in regular speed and slow- eighth inning as the Senators motion, are sensational runs of; Post Season Tourneys Take Spotlight United Press International St. John's, coached by "old pro' Joe Lapchick, is an eight - point favorite over Villanuva and Ford ham is a two-point pick over But ler in tonight's opening games in the National Invitation Tournament—the nation's oldest post-season basketball jamboree. And looking ahead to Friday night's second-round action in the NCAA ma'iOT college tournament, the oddsmakers have installed national champion Kansas State a whopping 16-point favorite over DePaul, Kentucky is a nine-point choice over Louisville, and upstart Navy is a seven-point pick over Boston University in the key games. The odds on the other five NCAA second-round games, which will be staged at four different sites, are West Virginia by three over St. Joseph's, Michigan State three over Marquette, Cincinnati six over Texas Christian, California four over Utah, and St Mary's (Calif.) is 14 over Idaho Slate. Villanova's First Appearance St. John's, which has a 16 - 6 record this season, is expected to 'have too much poise for Villanova M8-6> in their NIT opener at Madison Square Garden. Villanova will be making its first ap pearance in the New York Tournament. The Redmcn have ap peared in 13 previous NIT shows and nine under Lapchick, whose teams won the event in 1943 and 1944 Jn addition, Al Seiden and sophomore Tony Jackson provide St. John's with the greatest 1-2 scoring punch in the school's history. Seiden is the highest scorer in the tournament with a 23.2-point average: Jackson has been aver aging 20 points a game and is a great rebounder. Villanova lias good height up front in 6-foot-8 John Driscoll and 6-foot-6 George Raveling but will have to find a way to stop Seiden and Jackson, who will have an added advantage of playing on their "home" court. St. John's Kansas City A's Better. Won't Be Ready For 7959 By LEO H. PETERSEN Last spring, starting his first UP I Sports Editor full season as manager— he took WEST PALM BEACH. Fla. |over from Lou Boudreau during 'UPIi—For Harry Craft there's no today, only a tomorrow. "We just have to wait until our kids are ready." the manager of the Kansas City Athletics explains, adding quickly that "they won't be ready for 1959." He's confident, however, that the day _ is coming when that "second divisio 1 tag" will be taken off his bail club. "We have a i..: of good kids," le said. "Fellows like pitchers Howie Reed. Bob Davis and Ken the 1957 season—Craft set twe goals for his club: To win 70 games: To -beat the Yankees "at least six times." He wound up winning 73 games, which turned out to be only good enough for seventh place. But the A's were only 44 games out of the first division. A Year Away As for the Yankees, the A's beat them nine times. losing 13. The Johnson and inficlders Lou Klim-|> Tar ^tore the Yankees won the chock and Alex George. But rmj-' !cason serles bet w <*n 'he two afraid most of them are a year ori clubs - 20 ga™es to two. two away. He pointed out that in the four- team winter rookie league, the A's beat out the best farm pro: pects of the Yankees, Braves and Tigers. Sees Bright Future "That proves our farm system is coming along and doing its job." Craft said. "I've seen enough of our kids to be optimistic about the future. But as for 1939 well we'll do the best we can. Certainly, we can't be rated with the big boys." The "big boys" to him are the "1 haven't any goals like that this year." Craft said. "I'm hoping we'll play .500 ball. That means we have to pick up only four more victories. I think we can do that. "But that isn't going to put us up their with the big boys. We're at least a year away, maybe more. "We just have to wait until our kids develop. They're coming along. It may be a year, two years, even perhaps three. "I'm optimistic about one thing the future. It isn't going to be Yankees. Tigers. White Sox. In- too long before we're up there dians and Red Sox. with the big guys." The University of Redlands baseball team opens SCIAC action Friday at Occidental. Coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldogs.! plays most of its regular-season 1-2 for the season, will go \yithi games at the Garden, righthander George L a r s o n| The Butler - Fordham clash against the conference co-favorite shapes up as a closer battle. But- Tigers. ler. featuring its customary fast Oxy was rudely upset last week.! break, won 18 of its last 21 regu- dropping a doubleheader to thellar-season games to wind up with surprising Pomona Sagehens. so! an 18-8 record. Fordham.'although this game is a must'for the Tig-|cripp!ed by the luss of key play ers late in the season, finished with a 16-7 record. Two more first - round games will be played Saturday afternoon ers if they expect to rise to con. ,, . . tention for the league title. handed the Yankees their third j Jon Arnett. record-setting passes Kedlands has beufn Cal Polv straight setback. Norm Zauchin of Bill Wade, fantastic catches of p omona i ost (o Riverside Coi- also homered for Washingtonjby Jim Phillips all-pro perform-; , ege and ,; os " An(?eles State _ and when Manhattan plavs Providence while Gordon Windhorn hit two)ances of end Del Snofner stalwart;, j(?d C laremont-Mudd. land NYU takes on Denver. The and Norm Siebern one for New pay of the Ram defensive, Pre . sca , nn pickers made 0xv !f 0 ur seeded teams-Bradlev. St York. The Yankees played without P atoon. and many other brilliant and whiIlier „ le favorj , es , 0 win JLouis, St. Bonaventure and'okla ailing Mickey Mantle who re-|plays in a season which brought (he t . onfcrence chamo i 0 nship ihoma City University-drew open- Frosh Netters Whitewash Fullerton JC The University of Redlands Frosh netters whitewashed Fullerton JC 9-0 yesterday afternoon on the UR courts. Only one match went three sets. The Bullpups now hold a 4-0 season record. Complete results: Singles: Ron Sandys over Don Grensted 6-0, 6-2, Willy Smith over Bill Otta 6-0, 6-1. Roger Severson over Bill Blake 6-3, 6-3. Bob Vieten over Jim Sparks 6-4. 6-1. John Anderson over Bill Wright 6-0. 6-0. Tetsu Tanimoto'Ha.;;; 6-3?Monte F ^unTr dVfea t- over Les Zemansky 6-0 6-0. L d Morris Krasts M and Dicki , G^^^l^d™^ ^ Fare* Vieten over Wright-Sparks, 3-6. 6-| nar M ' 0, 7-5. Phil Waggoner-Jim Adams' The clinic instructors for the over Zemansky-Blake 6-0. 6-0. | da .v. Bob Beckley, Al Drusedum The UR racketeers host Sanj an d Jim Verdieck, concentrated Diego tomorrow at 2 p.m. The °n teaching the correct serve to varsity travels to Occidental Sat-'the "Learner" group with very Optimist Tennis Program Signs Up 102 Children The Optimist Club Junor Tennis program has now signed up 102 children for the Saturday clinics: 85 were on hand for last Saturday's program. Ladder matches participated in by those attending the clinic were as follows: Vickie Boxall defeated Jan Haws 6-1 and Vickie Lillibridge 6-1. Vickie Lillibridge ia turn defeated Jan Prendergast 6-4. Chris Verdieck defeated Janice urday for a league match. in 1953'. Charlton. Ed Nevins. j" 1 ? P™" State the IC4A track: mained behind at St. Petersburg, j the Rams to within one game of: Whittier may have an cd-e due'"" round byes Mile Relay - Julian. Seaman.[and field team championship ll! Fla.. to rest his sore right shoul-ithe divisional title. | |0 i[s strnn „' pitcnin „ staf f j fn the onlv NCAA major collegel SARASOTA. Fla. 'LTD - The Hess. Piston. -3:19.7'. jdays after the meet was held. jder. The Ram Highlights of 19.58 are) n Bll „ do „, sh " d „ omi „ .--'tournament "a c t i o n Wednesday Los Angeles Dodgers seek their Hch Hurdles — Ken Thprnosnp: But there was no victory cele-| The San Francisco G i a n t s'available for showing, without' |nej , p„ ' ./ . fi night. Idaho State defeated New fourth win in the pre-season grape- '14.4'. Jim Johnson U4.9J. Bffly ^ration-only the restrained feel-, c j„bbed out a 10-5 decision overcharge, to service clubs and «th-:,,;,' j ^ s ,, Paul Ward Mcxico Stalc ' 62 ' fiI ' winnin S the! fruit exhibition series when thev Dodgers Score 7-6 Victory Over Redlegs ng that justice had been done. I the Chicago Cubs, the Boston Red " interested groups. Arrange Wells '15.1'. Low Hurdles — Thompson <23.6j Pcnn State was declared winner'Sox edged out the Cleveland In-jments can be made by calling in 1938', Wells '23.8 in 1953'. I over Manhattan College. Wedne<=- ! dians 4-3. and the St. Louis Car-'the Ram office. WEbstcr 3-8291' High Jump — Nagalingau day jn New York by the !C4Ajdinals beat the Pittsburgh Pi-' Fthirverasingam '6-24', W a 11,executive committee, which ruled rates. 54. in other exhibition Torrence '6-7 in 1953'. ;in favor of the Nittany Lions'pro-games between major league A- Brnad Jump — J. Johnson '22- test to the reversal of the origi- teams. 10'. Bohhy Smith '23-104 in 1953>J na i decision in the 60-vard high Pole Vau't — George Roubani.^hurbUes Y 4 u 6 g , ;i3i6 '' Losan ' 13 ' 11 '" ,Herb i Manha,,an w « awarded thc Shot Put - Clark Branson <55-l team championship when the re •". r>..nne Milkman Bill Cleves '32-34 >. Discus Throw _; •. r McBain '136-9' (53-2 3 4) Milleman '156 Hh (155-3). Angu.^ 1 (vised decision gave the Jaspers' Henry White third place, instead of fourth n the controversial fin sh. That gave Manhattan 21 I points to 20 17-36 for Penn State Javelin Throw - John McCra-! in the moct Feh - 23 at Madison riv A -n4 Wi-oktir. The Los Anseles Striders. an independent amateur track group, boasts some of the Coast's top performers. Johnson May Compete The delegation is led by Rafer Square Garden Penn State athletic director Ernest E. McCoy was in accord with the executive committee's decision Wednesday which placed New York University's Mike Her• man ahead of White. The corn- Johnson, world decathlon champ.jmittee dropped Manhattan to 20 who will probably compete in the points and gave the team title to javelin, shot put and discus, where,Penn State, he will be a strong contender. -y m completely convinced the Strider Ron Morris has topped:committee did the right thing so the 13-foot mark in the pole vault.!f ar as the IC4A and track in gen- while teammate Charles Butt hasj era [ are concerned." McCoy said. heaved the shot over 59 feet. |—. —The Aztecs from San Diego S'ate College are also exnected to brins a powerful delegation. Field events will begin at-1:30 n.m. No admission will be charged. Two Meets For U.R. Freshmen Eiles Chosen Top Player "and .I .imes Keech share the pitch- ri " bl t0 P Ia >' St - Mar - V ' s 'Calif.'. Ro against the Chicago White Sox duties and both looked good.! Evansvillc rolled to an 82 - 63 today Four errors hurt the BuIldo "s ' VIC,ory ovcr SL -Michaels <\U. The Dodgers, with a , -6 win over "Southwest Missouri State edged'the Cincinnati Redlegs Wednesday .Mich.', 76-74. Los Angeles!selected Johnny Podres, Larry State routed South Dakota State and North Carolina AiT Sophomore third sacker Darrel! McKibban drove home two runs with a booming triple, and le'ter- man centerfielder Bob Link rap- : , . , . , „• „„ i-„:,.„„:,., , . . , , , • , , eliminated American Lniversity, ped two hits in four trips. Link ' ' . _ •• „ .. ' .now has 5 for 12 on th- vear. a S ;-' 0 ' m th ? N "A sma"college The Bulldog basketball team .417 batting mark. Shortstop Dick championship at ti ans 1 le Ind. held its annual post-season meet-! B eiden has 5 for 16, a .313 aver- Jonl " hl s «™-''ral pairings pit ir.g to select individual player! age. awards and choose all-opponent 1 The strong unbeaten UR frosh teams, team will have two meets this The players selected junior weekend. Friday, the yearlings' guard Dick Eiles as the team's travel to Occidental for a meetjmost valuable player and senior with the Oxy frosh and East L.A.;post man Sonny Pejsa as honor- JC. Saturday, Coach Fred Fuller's team will compete in the Southern California Frosh Relays at Clare mont-Harvey Mudd's track in Pomona. Bob Roenicke, who leaped 6-64 in high school, has gone 6-l- 3 4 this year so far. Chad Gledhill has run a 49.3 anchor lap on the mile relay team. Jack Greenfield has a 175-0 toss in the javelin and ( Vern State has put the shot 47-| ary team captain. Sophomore center George Vor pagel and senior pivot man Mike Johnson tied in the balloting for the team's most improved player award. Coach Lee Fulmer picked sophomore guard Brian Marshall as the player who showed the most hustle throughout the season. I Pejsa made the All-SCIAC first ;NBW OPEN CONTRACT team and Eiles and junior guard Gerry Morse grabbed second team honors. Mixed Golf Tourney Mar. 22 semi-final | Evansville against North Carolina A&T and Los Angeles State against Southwest Missouri State. Survivors from the original 32- team field in the NAIA tourna gratifying results. The following Learners successfully passed thei^ serve test as a step towards being classified as "Players": Doug Adama, Jimmy Bates, Bonnie Beckley, Susan Brickell. Diane Burgeson. Jerry Burk, Ralph Byma, Karen Coder, Cecilia Drenth, Ron Garcia, Billy Grainer, Chuck Gross. Don Hansberger, Doug Hansberger. Chris Hill, Art Jimenez, Jeff Lillibridge, Linda Leonard. Jimmy Prendergast. Steven Settlemyer. Judy Siscmore, Steve Shawber. Judy Waterbury, Bruce Ziemer. and Dick Zicmer. Janet Burgeson and K a t h y Greenway passed their beginner tests. Kathy was asked to demonstrate her unusually good back- Sherry and Stan Williams for hand for the clinic, pitching chores against the White The most important event novr Sox' Joe Raymond and Barry Lat- forthcoming will be the trip to man. Palm Springs this coming Satur- The only other team that has-day to meet the Palm Springs beaten the Dodgers in the brief: Juniors in a series of one-set chal- exhibition series so far was the'lenges. Detroit Tigers, an American League team along with the White Sox. The Dodgers, after enjoying a Golfers are reminded to sign up at the Pro shop at the Country Club for the two-ball mixed foursome scheduled for March 22. Prospective tournament players may also call the Bill Howards or the Charles Bartleys for infor mation or to sign up. crs. High School Golf Match Redlands. Pacifier and San Bernardino High golf teams will compete in a triangular match tomorrow afternon at 3 p.m. on the Redlands course. The golfers will go nine holes CBL dual match play opens next month. Greaves, Bahama TV Battle Has Social Lions All Agog REAUY eooot By OSCAR FRALEY United Pres* International NEW YORK (UPIj—The social lions are all agog today over an impending tea party for two young tigers. There is slight question but what there will be more action than you find at the Copa, 21 or Friday night at Madison Square Garden. But the 400 is tremendously interested, nonetheless, in this impending bit of fisticuffs, Yama, whose square handle is William Hohahis Butler Jr., is the one-time Bimini fishing guide discovered by golf's Sammy Snead and sponsored originally by such the Stork in the early hours of the morning when the gentility winds up and lets fly.. WiHie Greaves and Yama Bahama won't have anybody to separate them AFTHt SHAVE LOTION Bride ood refreshing et on ocean breeze! The favorite of men* everywhere. joO 14 East State Gene Tunney. He docs not read much Shakespeare but up to the moment has not been reported as having an aversion to blue bloods or blue chips. Hai Social Backing Greaves, not to be outdone, has his own share of social backing His sponsor is C W. Smith, noted Detroit sportsman and industrialist whose racing stable in-, eludes the stakes winning Hills dale. Wilfie doesn't particularly care whether Gimbel tells Macy BOATS , scon MOTORS, TRAILERS, WATER SKIS, MARINE EQUIPMENT Lowest Prices in Redlands HERMAN'S MARINE 320 E. State PY 3-574S as long as things are booming in the Motor City. Aside from the social aspects of this embroglio it could be quite a fight which will be presented on your video screen. Wilfie. although only a middleweight, is being hailed as the "new Marciano." The erstwhile champion of the heavyweight division may not be particularly delighted with such a comparison off Wilfie's early record but, of late. Greaves has had some slight resemblance This is due to the fact that, iol lowing the demise of the late Jake Mintz.. Greaves began to learn to fight instead of hit and run. Jake was a marathon talker and it communicated itself to Wilfie's legs. Under his new sponsorship, however. Greaves has been taking instructions from Charlie Gold man. Goldman you may recall, is the gnomish genius of the ring who tutored Marciano, and, while the Rock always remained a far piece from becoming a ballet star, he never missed clubbing his opponent into submission. Goldman's golden touch has played a distinct part in Wilfie's winning 13 of his last 14 bouts, seven by kayo. A 7 to S choice in this one. Wilfie's record now is a respectable 27 victories in 38 starts. He lacks the experience of young Mr. Butler-Bahama in that the onetime battle royal graduate has won 51 of 62 engagements. i LOS ANGELES 'I'PI'-Accord ing to the sponsoring local Chamber of Commerce, the Professional Golfers Association has agreed to a new contract which would give the contestants in the 1960 Los Angeles Open golf tournament the opportunity to shoot for prize money totaling $40,000. The IfWO tourney will be held Jan. 8-11, and will be preceded by a pro- amateur event. CARNIVAL mint after Wednesday nigh t!2-0,edge for the first five innings games were Pacific * Lutheran. I Wednesday under the pitching of Fort Havs State. Lenoir Rhyne.lVan Nuys' native son. Don Drys Southwest Texas. West Virginiajda'e. seemed to come apart and Weslevan. Tennessee A & I. Mi- Rave up six runs while only gath nois Normal and Georgia Tcach-lenns ' w0 more for themselves up to end of the eighth frame. Then Don Demeter came up to bat in the ninth and swatted out a bases-loaded single to score Charley Neal for the winning run after Junior Gilliam drove home a run with a sacrifice fly and Solly Drake singled to drive in the other run that up to Demeter's appearance had the ball game tied at 6-6. Drakf sparked the Dodgers' eighth inning two-run rally with a triple. Winning pitcher was Johnnv Klippstein. who worked the last two innings after Drysdale held the visitors scoreless in the first five frames, and Sandy Koufax worked the middle frames. Johnny Temple led the Reds 17-hit attack with four singles The Dodgers had 11 hits. Bassey, Moore Drill For Bout LOS ANGELES iLPI'-Defend­ ing world featherweight champion Hogan <Kid' Bassey of Nigeria and challenger Davey Moore of Springfield. Ohio, worked out in sparring drills today in preparation for their 13-round title bout next Wednesday at Olympic- Audi torium. Moore, who look Tuesday off a! his Gilman Hot Springs camp, is near peak condition, accordng to his manager. Willie Ketchum. By Dick Turner "I stumped it! I asked it for something new we hadn't taken up a collection for!" DeMarco TKO's Curley Monroe BOSTON (UPH—Tony DeMarco debated the second step on his comeback today following a TKO victory over little-known Curley Monroe of Worcester Wednesday night. The former welterweight champ put Monroe away at 1:09 of the eithtli round in a scheduled 10 rounder, knocking him down twice along the route. It was the 27- year-old DeMarco's' first fight in nearly 14 months, the Boston belt­ er "retiring" after being kayocd by Virgil Akins Jan. 21, 1958. It stopped a string of eight straight-wins for Monroe, also 27. since last October. Monroe weighed 147'j for the bout, half a pound more than DeMarco. The traveling squad will be made up of the following members in the order of their ranking ort the ladder: Girls — Marilyn Al- him. Chris Verdieck, Janice Hasse, Vickie Bo.xali, Jan Haws- Vickie Lillibridge and Jan Prendergast: Boys — Doug Verdieck Ron Bohrnstedt, Rich Jimenez, Randy Verdieck. Dennis Grainer, Ron Allum, Don Massie, Dickie Bohrnstedt. Monte Farquhar and David Boxall. The balance of the- team wilt be determined by a series of playoffs being conducted this week between the following boys: Ron Garcia vs. Don Hansberger, Art Jimenez vs. Dick Zicmer, Doug Adama vs. Bruce iemer. Doug Hansberger vs. Jeff Lillibridge and Ralph Byma vs. Chris Hill. This "gang" will depart from the University courts at 9 a.m. Saturday under direction of "acting coach" Professor W a y n e Bohrnstedt. Each player should take a sack lunch. The matches will be played at Palm Springs High school courts. Whatever Happened To.. Pro Scores United Press International American Hockey League Cleveland 3 Hcrshey 2 National Hockey League Chicago 5 New York 3 Montreal 6 Toronto 2 National Basketball Association St. Louis 132 Syracuse 130 Detroit 123 Minneapolis 1X8 JIM LONDOS Jim L o n d o s, the statuesque "Golden Grek" of wrestling, was a world champion in an earlier heyday of the grunt-and - groan business. His tussles with the legitimate stars of his day, including Strangler Lewis, filled spots like Madison Square Garden and even Chicago's Wrigley Field (1934). Londos not only knew his trade but was colorful enough to retain his crowd appeal in the latter era when the sport lost caste in certain states and was reduced from a "sport" to an "exhibition." Whatever happened to Jim Londos? Now is his late 50's, he has an avocado ranch in southern California and, when his New York cronies last heard from him. was on a wrestling tour in Australia. TRACK TEAM ENTERED NEW YORK ((J'PI'—A four-man United States track and field squad will compete in an international meet at Paris Saturday. The team consists of high jumper George Denpis. pole vaultcr Don Bragg, sprinter Paul Winder of Morgan State, and hurdler Elias Gilbert of Winston-Salem.

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