Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 26, 1969 · Page 17
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 17

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 26, 1969
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Downtown Redlands Month-End Values Baseball fraininq fo start Players gain more benefits in sefilemenf wifh owners NEW YORK moved out of rooms and onto the playing fields today but the game, the the TV (UPD—Basdjallj maternity and disability bene-] about one-third of the conference'fits and a modified severance! revenue. They had $4.1 million plan. iof the $123 milUon in the old The players also prevented pact and now have $5.45 million , , . . |the owners from cutting out;of the $16.5 million in the newr TTnTfptrTTTf r,r,t rTrpr\_ players and commissioner ,h.,v M=,m tn = n»r«.nf7 <r» TV aeiwniMt I HOLTVILLE, Calif. (UPI)— SPOfiTS Redlands Doily Fach Wednesday, Feb. 26, 1M9-17 Bosfcefbo// %^fi%wi fo end Many key players sfill negotiating with Angels Bulldogs host Poets tonight in finale 'Bums and Bandy Onvig. same after the Tuesday of the dispute. The players called off their! boycott of spring training after! that featured a S5.45 million yearly contribution to the pension fund by the owners and a reduction in the qualifjing limit from five to four years. The negotiations produced the settlement when the owners, who originally offered S5.1 million, boosted their $5.3 million offer of last week to S5.45 million and reduced thej ment bj-passed and no attempt was director of the Players Associa-'„..,.„ pension fund „,ade to define the players" tion, said Kuhn's acUon was fl,,?,„„ ,'right to it. I ••instrumaital" in paving tiie; Although no percentage ihp. ne saw ne was but said the considerably' ug camp. Walsh, in his first season with I •instrumaital" in paving was »"ay 3 settlement. reaching a compromise three-!"?*"*" thf %?taemenT ^bu^ «W'^^^Angels, said catcher Tom year setUement with the o«Tiers;Pifyf !l_Z :!f !!l^^ f^^^^^,^tn^o outfielder Boger . Repoz are considerably apart Howkins, Crawford both retain 1>e settlement players "gave and that "something ueu ",r,._ it- „I„K (couldhave.comeoutofitifwefr^^^^ University of Redlands Bull-; ranked Poets, dogs close out the basketball sea-i Whittier, under coach Ivan! Claremont Mudd will be after the Angels' American League son tonight when they play host'Guevara, has one of the top a third place tie with the Boll- all-star shortstop, and second to conference-leading Whittier small college quints in the south-j dogs if they can get by Pomona baseman Bobby Knoop, thCjCoUege Poets at 8:15 p m. land. Hugh Fenderson. 6-3 for-jand the UE loses to Whittjer. team's player representative. ' ^ ^^.-^ j,^ ward, leads the Poets with a 21.7; TOttier is 9-0 in the SCIAC. has said he is , Fregosi unhappy tract offer. In addition, Walsh said: —Pitchers Ho)^ Wilhelm scormg average. 'Oxy 7-3, Redlands 5-4, Clare- with California's con-i"'^° ^* ^•^''i The Bulldogs are paced by themont 4-5, Pomona 3-6, Cal Tech Other SCIAC teams ending the ^"^P' ^""^ • season tonight include Clare- and I had been given something dose! to unanimous support." The general manager said he contract;the offseason, and catcher Bob, 0,,,,^^-,. ,;Rodgers have agreed verbaUy,-^ Ue "1 ^1mer-s Bulldogs score wins The players originally has not talked to Jim Fregosi .j for S6.5 million and had scaled to sign contracts. ihave clinclied a berth in the first W00DL.4ND (UPI)—Dwight Irish Frankie HILLS, Calif. Hawkins and Crawford, down their demands to S5.9 million and he admitted the defections had hurt the players' cause. Most of the player representa- qualifying limit from five to:Los Angeles featbenveights withiu^es from the 24 clubs were on big aspiraUons, came away with;^j^j at the meeting with Miller victMies at the Valley Music gnd John Gaherin, the owners' •nieater Tuesday night. I representative, to give their Hawkins, 123, knocked out recommendation to the settle-' four years. That reduction will currently affect 78 players, including Satchel Paige, who was put on the roster last year by Atlanta. The players also gained several fringe bene&ts including an early retirement benefit at age 45, more life insurance, a dental plan, more widow, Raul Carreon, 126, Phoenix, Ariz., in the fifth round of a scheduled 10-round fight and Crawford, 128, posted a unanimous decision over Tony Alvarado, 127, in a 10-rounder. ment. RACK of DRESSES VALUES TO $17.98 15 E. Stafe St. Redlands Calculate Your TAX SAVINGS with a famous brand machine from SERR'S SAVE UP TO $70 OLIVETTI - Prima — lO-key aimual, list 10, total 11, with subtraction & credit balance Quanto R —10 key eltctric, list 7, total *, wiHi subtraction « credit balance. Reg. $119.50. . Quanta — 10 key electric, list 10, total 11, with subtraction A credit balance.. Reg. $139.50. VICTOR - 10 key manual, list 8, total 9, with subtraction t credit balance 10 key C I M M C, list 7, total 8 with subh'actien A credit balance. Reg. $129.50. .. Imperial — list », total 11, with subtraction « credit balance. Reg. $229.00. II key electric, list 10, total II, with subtraction and credit balance. Reg. $149J0. ODHNER — ^99.50 JB9JS0 ^59.00 ^39.50 X11C9 - list 10, total 11 «rith subh-action A credit balance. Reg. $27941. MX11CA - list 10, total 11, with subtraction &.cradit balance AND "X" Multipfier. : moo $339.00 ADoax- He. 154 - Ust 9, total 10, with subtraction « crwiit balanco. moo -SMCE1«2t- — In Redlands — 2N East State Street PHONE 792-3939 Validated Parking Track captain at Cal quits to support strijie BERKELEY. Calif. (UPI)Long jumper Stan Royster, captain of the Universify of California track squad, and middle-distance star Lavell Jackson have left the team to support a student strike. "Hey told me their strike commitments would not allow them to compete," said Cal YUMA, Anz (pi)-The Sanj say whether he felt the l>;ego Padres first game is: athletes might rejoin the team gomg to be m Mexico. I later General manager Eddiej : Leishman announced Tuesday that the club will play three exhibiticn contests in 3Iexico Padres plan three games in Mexico City next week, facing the So far this winter three Negro varsity players quit at Cal in sympathy with a student strike that began Jan. 26. IVent Gaines left the basketball team earlier. Minority students launched the strike to back demands for formation of an autonomous ethnic studies de- Mexico City Reds and Mexico iCity Tigers Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. The Padres, one of two new ,NaUonal league teams this ij^^t season, will replace the Chicago ~ „ , , , _^ ft-hite Sox in the Mexico City, R°ys ter's dePfrture may ^ : force the school's publications ! TTie'While Sox were forced toideparto^jt redesign the ' cancel their appearance because «ver of the 1969 track brociiure of the maior leasue olavers'"'*'"^'' ^ leapmg Royster. boycoS. Ky^tt"S;S has been_^, wind; Tuesday. -Outfielder Vic DavaliUo and division of the SCLAC but will third baseman Aurelio Rodri- be heaiy underdogs to the top- guez haven't signed contracts but the club isn't too worried, • », - , about them since they played | ABA STOnCllllQS winter ball. — Outfielder-first b a s e m a n i Chuck Hinton probably was waiting until he saw the j Miami outcome of the major- league! Minneaota players' pension dispute, which • Kentucky was settled tuesday. {Indiana —Outfielder Rick Reichardt>'tw York has talked to the Angel front; office only once regarding his pact The club will leave here Saturday and return Wednes- iday. Eleven of the team's 35 roster aided 25 feet, 8 3-4 faches. In his first dual meet as a sophomore, Royster lost to Fmnish Olympic Games competitor Perfti Pousi of Brigham players are missing. The latest! Young. Since then, the 6-0, 170- arrii'al was Dick Sdma, a POund senior from Los Angeles righthanded pitcher who was has not been beaten in 14 dual selected from the New York'"lee's; Mets in the expansion draft i Jackson, a saiior from San Diego will open its Cactus | Oakland, has a best of 1:51.1 in League schedule Mardi 7 against the California Angels at! relays. the half' mile and also ran I Yuma. O. J. Simpson to be honored BEVERLY HILLS (UPI) — 0. J. Simpson, University of Southern California's Heisman Trophy winner, will be honored by the Friars Club at a luncheon Wednesday. John McKay, the USC football j coach, also is scheduled to appear at the luncheon. The Bears open their 1969 track season Saturday in a triangular meet with the Athens Club and Sacramento State. ENTRY LIST UP INDUNAPOUS (UPI)-Two more cars have been entered in bad SELL IT TOMORROW With low-cost Classified Ads the 1969 Indianapolis "500, bringing the entry list to U. Walter Micbner of Jackson, Mich., is the owner of the cars which will be powered by Coast cagers face tough weekend games By UnitMi Press Intcmitienil Santa Clara is the nation's third ranked basketball team, but it is far from being the West Coast Athletic Conference champ. The Broncs are now 22-1 for the season and 9-1 in the league while San Jose State hangs in with an 8-2 record. And the Broncs have a tough customer to face Friday when they call on Pepperdine. The Waves, loaded with soph standouts, started slowly but are now coming fast. They ran theu- season's mark to 13-9 Tuesday with an 82-68 waltz over San Diego. Steve Sims,| Tom Egerer, Bobby Sands and Jake Davis hit 19, 18 16 and 14 in a well-balanced attack. Santa Clara moves on toj Loyola Saturday while the Spartans call on UOP and St. Mary's this weekend. } In other Coast cafie action Tuesday Los Angeles Slate took Valley SUte 93-83 in a battle; between two CCAA also-rans.: Ron Knight had 39 for the winners. Cal Poly of Pomona! won its second CCAA victory in dozen tries with an 89-87! squeaker over Fullerton. Greg Houchon. a fine shooter on a team, had 21 for the East W. 32 31 28 32 16 West W. 46 34 31 27 24 18 Oakland Denver New Orleans Dallas Los Angeles Houston Tuesday's Results Oakland 128 New York 118 Indiana 128 Miami 123 New Orleans 121 Denver 106 (Only games scheduled) L. 26 27 27 32 41 L. 12 25 29 29 33 38 Pet. CB .552 ... .534 1 .509 2>/i .500 3 .281 15V4 Pet. GB .793 ... .576 12'/i .517 16 .482 18 .421 21>/i .32127 E.O.M. DAYS - THURS., FBI., SAT. FLATS - CASUALS TENNIS SHOES ONE GROUP 2ND GROUP VALUES TO $5 .99 ASSORTED PURSES Clutch — Shoulder Sf rap — Regular *1 VALUES TO $3.99 Wt Honor BankAmericird — Master Charge 10 E. Sfote St. Shoes Redli ^^^2.9070 winners. Pasadena's Don Bradford tallied 22 to lead his team, now 17-10, to a 93-90 squeaker over Cal Lutheran. Westmont turbocharged_ Offenhauser en-U„^^ Cal Poly SLO 85-82 as' gines. Deadline for entries is April 15, with about 70 cars expected for the Memorial Day classic. SS^'' COLOR <r REPRINT SPECIAL DaUas Plater hit 34 for the ttinners. It was Western Washington 78 Portland State 52. i End-Of-Month DRUG VALUES! Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Feb. 27, 28, Mar. 1 Reg. $l.4» For Common Colds, Hay Fever Contact . . . Reg. $1.79 100 Antacid Tablets Di-Gel .... 17-ct. CUirol Hair Spr<iy Summer Blonde Reg. $1.19 Playfex 59< Reg. $1.19 Playfex Disposable Bottles.. //^ Reg. $1.25 Cough Syrup mmmm^ Robitussin . . // $1.37 Value — Ptistic Strips Bond-Aid . . Reg. $1.69 PUytex, 30s Tampons . . . Reg. $2 Big Economy Sl» With Dispenser Jergens Lotion . . Reg. $2.50 Cotoniil Dimes All Puipose Cream Big Mb. Colonial Dames Campu* Creine Shampoo. . 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