Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 14, 1959 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 6

Redlands, California
Issue Date:
Saturday, March 14, 1959
Page 6
Start Free Trial

SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL ALJJ:Y OOP By V. T. HAMLIN THE STOKY OF MARTHA WAYNE By WILSON SCRUGGS I MUST WAKH V3U, TH0U6H, THAT BOB 'WOULD BE PAJHFUUV EMBARRASSED IF HE LEARNED to COME HEZE 10 TELL OOU WHAT I KUOW.' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By EDGAR MARTIN ew^u^scb VCJR. 0>3SL CMCTK^. Cf*v!s<=>C> \Je£W£....CftiVi3... UMOVV. VOOY. PRISCDLLA'S POP By AL VERMEER ALL SHE TALKS ABOUT. IS GETTING A HORSE rf POP HER BIRTHDAY,-' TOMORROW! ' 1 PRISCILLA. HONEY! YOU'VE JUST FORGET ABOUT; THAT HORSE.' -7^- CAPTAIN' EASY By LESLIE TURNER MORTY MEEKLE By DICK CAVALLI OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAT MY WORD, WHftX AM EXPRESSIVE _ SCES£.'A CKALLENSE HURLED MD A ^ ' CH ALLEKS& ACCEPTED/ VST 7H£ ONE IS A /KONSTSR : A V.AM AND HIS OPPOIHNT15 A MERH PlSMV/— ESAD, 4 ' i?UNT HAS ABOUTAS MUCH CHAMCE ASA 5LING-LESS WVID ^SOIMS AGAINST GOLIATH/ TH£ <WGf?S I THINK UPON tT.THE M0l?£- > SENSE Of FAii? R.AY/ JJM-HAK.'- *-\ SOMEONE- MUST STOP IT/ IC ,rr.»' Mom ... CE'HE SAID Redlands Daily Facts 6 - Saturday, Mar. 14,1959 Redlands Track Teams Defeat Pacific High Redlands High Terrier (rack teams defeated the Pacific Pirates in the A and C events 76-1/3 to 27 2 3 and 474-294 but lost the B events 54-41 in a tragedy-marred meet at Pacific high in San Bcr -J nardino yesterday afternoon. Louis C. Finn, one of the Pacific coaches was critically injured when he was accidentally struck on the head by a shot put. Details of the accident are in a story on page 1. The accident occurred just prior to the start of the meet. After j debating about cancelling the meet for a time the coaches of both schools decided to hold it as scheduled and it resumed after a half- hour delay. Co-coaches Ray Haight and Bill Cunningham said they were well pleased with the performance of the Terriers in this the opening CBL meet of the season. John Fulton took three firsts and ran anchor on the winning relay team. Members of the C squad broke iour school records. Results of the Terrier team members were as follows: A Events High Hurdles— Fenstermacher, Smith. Wcatherwax, 16.6. 100—Fulton, Graham, 10. 880—Kelly, Wilson, Kenny, 2 03.4. 440—Cummings, Bower, 53.2. LH — Fenstermacher, second, Smith, third. 220—Fulton and Phillips, third. 22.4. Mile—Gray. Foreman, 4:56. Shot Put—Elliott, Rees and Butler, 46 ft. 7 in. Pole Vault—Owens, Skinner, 9 ft. 6 in. Broad Jump—Fulton, 21 ft. 8 in. High Jump—Butler, third. Relay—Terriers won with team of Fenstermacher. Phillips, Graham and Fulton, 1:32.7. B Events High Hurdles—Worley. third. 100—Loomis, Arnold third, 10.5, 660—Royal second. LH—Runner second. 220—Runner and Loomis third, 23.4. 1320—Wypcr second. Broad Jump—Couch second and Meel third. Pole Vault—Amerson, Deen and Ivcrson three-way tie for first at 9 ft. Relay—Terriers won with team of Arnold. Meel, Loomis and Run ner, lrio.2. . C Events 100—Alcantar, Touzeau, 10.7. 660—Gonzales second. LH— Coyazo and Lopez third. 180—Mcintosh, 19 'new school record'. 14.7. 'new school record'. High Jump—Coyazo. Arredondo, tie for third, 5 ft. 7 in. Pole Vault—Hall and Henderson third, 10 ft. 3 in., (new school record.) Shot Put—Schelin and Alcantar third. 40 ft. 6 in. Broad Jump—Mcintosh second. Relay—Terriers won with team of Touzeau. Alcantar, Coyazo and Mcintosh. 46.8 i new school record Terriers Beat Pacific 6-4 In CBL Opener The Terrier baseball team took the CBL opener from the Pacific Pirates 6-4 yesterday afternoon at Perris Hill. Manny Ballesteros went the full distance for Redlands on the mound, giving up nine hits, walking only one and fanning eight: The Pirates jumped to an early 3-0 lead in the first inning. An error was followed by three sharp Pirate singles before the fire wa.< put out The Terriers got one tally in the second when Dave Cloud banged a triple and raced home on a passed ball. Cloud led the Terriers at the plate with two hits but every other Terrier was right behind him with one hit. The third frame saw the Ter riers get two more runs to pull even. Pat Dolan, who turned in his usual sterling performance at shortstop, began the rally by smacking a double that bounced off the 354-foot left field wall Ballesteros singled him home, and Tom Fox followed with another single that scored Manny, Redlands scored two the sixth to break the deadlock. Gene Nottingham singled • and scored when Dolan's grounder was thrown wildly to first. Dolan stole third and went home on a wild pitch. The Terriers added to their insurance in the seventh when Bal Iesteros walked, took second on an error and scored on Cloud's second hit. Pacific staged a rally in the eighth when Fred Pettengill was safe on an error. Marty Sunnes singled for the score. With two out, Dick Benbow and Tom Fisk singled to load the bases, but a popup ended the rally. Losing pitcher, Dennis War rick gave up eight hits, walked two and struck out three in his] innings. Southpaw Larry Brown gave up two hits and struck out two the rest of the way. Redlands AB R Dolan, ss 4 2 Thomas, cf 5 0 Ballesteros, p 3 1 Bobo, c 5 1 Fox. If 5 0 Fernandez, rf 4 0 Cloud. 2b 5 1 Rozema. 3b 4 0 Nottingham, lb 4 1 Oxy Edges U.R. 4-3 With Ninth Inning Rally Occidental College edged the University of Redlands baseball nine 4-3 yesterday afternoon at Eagle Rock. The game-winning tally came in the last of the ninth on an error and two singles. The Tigers took the lead with three runs in the third after two outs. The Bulldogs tallied twice in the fourth. Gary Casella doubled. Tim Burroughs walked and Paul McGibbon singled to score Casella. Burroughs went home on an error. The Terriers tied it up in the seventh when Gary Steffens got first on an error that enabled him to take second. Jim Sharp sacrificed him to third and Bob Link's sacrifice fly enabled Steffens to score. Swim Team Second Riverside Poly took first honors in the annual Redlands High school Invitational Relays yesterday at the UR pool. Poly won the varsity and competition and Palm Springs topped the Rees. Redlands finished second varsity events and Coachella was third. Nine schools took part Varsity 200 freestvle: Riverside Poly Coachella. SBHS. 3:40.3. 800 breaststroke: Redlands Poly. Upland, 3:18.!?. 800 backstroke: Poly, Coachel la. Redlands. 2:59.5. 800 butter'ly: Helix, Poly, Red lands, 2:52.9. 800 freestylo Polv, Helix, Coachella, 2:25.1. 800 medley: Poly, Coachella, Redlands, 2.50.9. Final score: Poly 76, Redland. 44. Coachella 38. Class B score: Palm Spring: 72. Chaffey 46. Poly 46. Class C score: Poly 78, Upland 56, Pacific 32. Totals 39 Pacific AB Watson. 2b 5 Rubalcava, rf 5 Pettengill, 3b 4 Dunmeyer, cf 4 Sunnes, If — 3 Benbow, lb -. 4 Fisk. ss 4 D. Warrick, p" 1 Purvis, c 1 Brown, p (7th) 2 Misken. c (4th) 3 Totals 36 6 10 Redlands AB Link, cf 3 Beiden, c - 4 Casella, ss 4 Burroughs, 2b 3 McGibbons, rf 2 Bender, rf 2 Manzo, If 4 McKihban. 3b 3 Steffens. lb 4 Larson, p - 1 Sharp, p 2 Totals 32 Occidental AB Coleman, cf - 4 Regnier, lb 5 McGUl, ss 4 Sink, c 2 Motte. If 4 Sutton, rf - 4 V Meter, 2b 4 Brown, 3b 4 McKenna, p 4 Bulldog Tennis Team Wins Over San Diego 7-2 With three stars away in tournament play, the University of Redlands tennis team ran over San Diego State 7-2 yesterday afternoon on the UR courts. It was pleasant revenge for the Bulldogs, who dropped two matches *.o the Aztecs last year. Coach Jim Vcrdieck's undeafeat- ed team carries a 15-match winning streak to Occidental today for the season's second SCIAC tilt. Oxy is also undefeated. Play is in progress in Eagle Rock as this goes .0 press. The UR frosh racketeers host the Oxy frosh here. Play begins at 1:30 p.m. Results: Singles: Bill Jack <SD) def. Hank Leichtfried 6-4. 6-3. Chili Earl n;n> def. Les Swcnnes 6-3, 6-1. Bill Haradcr (UR' def. Steve Gordon 6-1, 6-3. Senrle Turner iSD) def. Marvin Schroth fi-3, 2-6, 6-4. Roger Severson <UR> def. Jim Wyatt 8-6, 3-6. 6-3. Gary Mann 'UR> def. Preston Belts, 6-4. 6-0. Doubles: Earl-Leichtfried def. Jack-Turner 6-1. 6-4. Harader- Mann def. Swennes-Gordon 6-4, 4-6. 6-3. Severson-Tetsu Tanimoto def. Wyatt-Betts 6-1, 6-2. McEwen's Tie Capehart For Y. League Honors The YMCA Adult Basketball League officially came to an end Thursday night with MeEwens and Capehart and Sons tying for first place with seven wins and one loss apiece. Their only defeats came at the hands of each other. First grame: (70)McEwen's ( 8)K.Sherman ( 1)J. DeMaggio ( 8)T. Ducey (12) K. Mooney Burger Bar (45) D. Leonard ( 2) D. DeWar ( 2) K. Corwin ( 8) B. Wagner (10) (20) A. Endemen E. McCl'key (10) (21) D. Stephenson R. Alba (13) Second game: (90) Capehart Sierra R. ft. (54) Score by innings: R. H. E Redlands ...012 002 100—6 10 4 Pacific 3D0 000 010—4 9 4 Errors—Watson, Fisk 2, Ben bow. Fox, Rozema 2. Nottingham double — Dolan, Bobo; triple — Cloud, Thomas: stolen base — Dolan: earned runs—Redlands 3 Pacific 1. Net Team Loses To Pacific 5-4 The Pacific High tennis team took the league opening match, squeaking by the Redlands Terriers 5-4. The Pirates got hot in the dou blcs after dropping the first four singles matches. Singles: Jim Jiminez IRI def. Louis Mcisingcr. 6-4. 3-6,. 6-2; Chuck Hurt 1R1 def. Dick Roberts. 2-6, 6-4. 6-2: Don Brickell 'R> def. Jack Wilcox. 6-3, 6-3; Taylor Gee IR) def. Jack Wechiser. 6-1, 6-2: Randy Roesch iPJ def. Bob Sanderson, 6-4. 7-5. Doubles: Warren Theim - Don Gaynor <P> def. Fred Frost-John Myers. 6-4, 6-2: Mike Ide-Dan Miller 'P' def. Ron Cutler-Jeff Wit liams. 6-2. 6-4. JV match: Pacific 8. Redlands 1. BOATS, scon MOTORS, TRAILERS, WATER SKIS, MARINE EQUIPMENT Lowest Prices In Redlands HERMAN'S MARINE 320 E. State PY 3-5745 Bahama Upsets Wilf Greaves NEW YORK 'UPI'- West Indian Yama Bahama challenged today for a shot at the Britishl Empire middleweight crown on the strength of Friday night's upset victory over Wilf Greaves, champion of Canada, at Madison Square Garden. Bahama said. "I want the shot at empire champion Dick Tiger o( Nigeria. Greaves was supposed to get the fight with Tiger next month at London, but I deserve it now because I beat him." Twenty-six-year-old Yama. a former fishing guide from the is land of Bimini. was fighting officially as a mddleweight for the first time Friday night, and he was out-weighed 160 'i pounds to| 153 '2. But he won the unanimous decision in their 10-round TV fight. Wilf was favored at 7-5. A former welterweight contend er. Bahama was too fast and too accurate with his left jabs and left hooks for Greaves. Greaves, now living at Windsor Ont., concentrated on a body at tack in an attempt to put the brakes on Yama and he almosl succeeded in 'the seventh and eight rounds. However. Yam* rallied and finished the stronger in the ninth and 10th sessions. Two of Greaves left hooks were low in the sixth round, and rcf eree Arthur Mercante awarded that frame to Bahama on a foul It wasn't a decisive penalty, for the official rounds voting was 6-4. 8-2. 7-3. The United Press Inter national agreed, 6-4. Friday night's victory was Ba­ hama's' 52nd in 63 bouts. Greaves suffered his 11th defeat in 39. Totals 35 4 10 Score by innings: R. H. E, Redlands ...000 200 100—3 7 3 Occidental.003 000 001—4 10 3 Pelton Gains Way Into Quarter Finals PASADENA (UPI'-Ron Pelton, of the University of Redlands. edged No. 4 seeded Stan Ellis of Pepperdine. 11-9. 9-7. to gain today's quarterfinals of the South ern California Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament. Pelton meets Dale Rohland of UCLA today. Rohland also pulled an upset to get into the quarterfinals, downing Gregory Grant of USC, 6-3. 36-8. Top-seeded Allan Fox of UCLA plays Alan Tong of Southern Cal today and the winner of that match plays the winner of the Pelton - Rohland match for the championship. Ron Sandys, brilliant Bulldog Frosh. trimmed veteran Martin Schiller of USC 6-3, 6-2. Sandy; takes on Norm Perry of UCLA today. In doubles Sandys and Willy Smith battled second seeded Dale Rohland and Roger Werkfman on even terms until darkness halted play. . The Redlands racketeers dropped the first set 3-6, won the sec ond 6-2, and were tied 5-5 in the third set. The match will be com pleted today. (21) B. Capehart (27) K. King (20) S. Van Groaw ( 6)G. Ekema ( 8)D. Sauvage ( 8) Van Ufflen The big playoff is slated for Thursday. League Standings (Final) Won Lost Capehart and Sons - 7 1 McEwen's 7 Lee Roofing — 4 Sierra Ranch Homes— 1 Burger Bar 1 B. Steen (10) D. Taggert (10) V. Pruett ( 4) G? Dixon ( 4) Dr. Nelson (22) C. Yee ( 4> 1 4 7 7 Pacific Tops Redlands In Golf Match Jayvees Win Game 6-3 The Terrier Jayvee baseballcrs defeated Pacific 6-3 yesterday on the Pirates' field. Lopez hit a two-run homer for Pacific, while second baseman Bohlander of Redlands had two hits and teammate Rodriguez pitched all the way. Six Pirate errors contributed to, the victory. Wiffie Smith, Louise Suggs Share Lead AUGUSTA. Ga. (UPI'-Three time champion Louise Suggs 01 Sea Island. Ga., and 22-year-old Wiffie Smith of St. Clair, Mich, who wasn't even born when Miss Suggs started playing golf, shared the lead today going into the third round of the women's title holders tournament. Miss Suggs. 35. fired a trio of birdies on the back nine Friday to post a second round, 2-under- par 73. This gave her a 36-holc total of 151 and a tie with Miss Smith, who led the first day and was five strokes ahead of the field at Thursday's midway point. Wiffie's lead evaporated in a scries of back nine traps and she settled for a 76 to go with her opening day 75. Pacific High school came in first at a triangular golf meet held yesterday at the Redlands Country' Club. The Pirates had a team total of 204 strokes. Redlands was a close second at 211 and San Bernardino trailed at 247. Guy Hawkins of Redlands and Dave Stockton.of Pacific shot the low score of 38 for the nine-holes while Wayne Townsend of San Bernardino shot a 39. PACIFIC: Dave Stockton 38, Roger States 40, Evans Speaiman 41. Bob Morin 42, Kermit Clark 43. Total 204. REDLANDS: Guy Hawkins 38, Bob Campbell 42. Danny O'Leary 43. Wayne Marshall 43, Gary Miller 45. Total 211. SAN BERNARDINO: Wayne Townsend 39. Bill Perong 43, Bob Carrel! 51. Kenny Bryant 53, Phil Saffel 61. Total 247. Smith Picked Over Johnson HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Charlie Tombstone) Smith is a slight 5-4 favorite to retain his Calfornia welterweight title tonight against oung Dave Johnson of San Francisco. Smith takes a 28-10 record into the scheduled 12-rounder at Holly wood Legion Stadium while John I son sports a 23-4-1 record. Last night's results in mixed play: Gearhart Pontiac over Moore 's Auto Service 2-1, Leo's Signal Service over Tri-City Appliance 2-1, Lilac Turkey Ranoh over Auto Radiator Shop 2-1, Hill's Halfway House over Helene 's Yarn Shop 2-1. High team series went to Gearhart Pontiac at 1827 and Auto Radiator Shop took high team game at 647. Ernie Fullbright took ladies' high series at 469 and Edna Youngsma took ladies' high game at 167. Rich Mulder took men's high series and game at 569 and 215. Also in the 200 Club: Alan Youngsma 208. Bew Cripe 203, Ray Pirrung 201. Team standings: Won Lost Gearhart Pontiac 19 II Lilac Turkey Ranch.... mi 11 "4 Auto Radiator Shop 17 13 Moore's Auto Service.. 15*4 14% Leo's Signal Service.... 15 15 Hill's Halfway House.. 13 17 Tri-City Appliance 12 18 Helene's Yarn Shop 10 20 Cal, St. Mary's Meet For Western Title SAN FRANCISCO (UPD— Ifi defensive minded California vs. the hot shots of St Marys for the Western Intercolleigate basketball championship at the Cow Palace tonight. The two teams easily battled their way into the finals of the western NCAA regional tournament Friday night over outclassed foes. \ A

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free