Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 26, 1969 · Page 21
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Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 26, 1969
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CBL entries in OF to play Friday ^^^^ SI GET THOSE SIDEBURNS OFF — Pitcher Mike Paul compares sideburns with Tony Horton at the Indians Spring camp in Tucson as both realize they will have to get haircuts to comply with the commissioner's ruling banning beards, mustaches and sideburns. (UPI Telephoto) Pacific High Pirates, co^diam-t pions of the CBL. win be it; home for their California Inter-' badcetball opener Friday night at 8 o'dodc against Santa Fe High. Cbaffey High Tigers, the other CBL co^bamp with Pacific, win travel to Cal State Fullerton to meet Troy High. Pacific tied Chaffey for the CBL tiUe with both having 12-2 records. During league action the Pirates downed the Tigers twice. ' In the final CIF Four-A top, 10 poll Chaffey was ranked fifth and Pacific in a tie for lOth. Comp;on remained the number on#team with Ventura second. Pasadena third. Muir fourth. Chaffey, North Torrance i suEth. Huntington Beach seventh.' Notre Dame and Troy eighth and Pacific and Sunny HUls lOth. The Pirates are expected to have an easy time with Santa Fe which was ll-U for the season. Chaffey faces a stiffer test against top 10 Troy. to meet Boston Bruins in Foruni INGLEWOOD (tJPI) - TTie Los Angeles Kings, who C AHAAA KIIA ''^^'^ managed a win and a tie vllCQw flllv in their last two games after * five consecutive losses, face the NEW YORK (UPI)—The Ash- injury-riddled Boston Bniins at and College Eagles enter the the Forum tonight, final week of the regular The Bruins have lost their basketball season with one! last four National Hockey Ashland almost cinch for small Ktle Heclonds Daily Focis Wedneidoy, Feb. 26, 25-f eom brockef picfced NCAA completes list for cage tournament K.'\NSAS CITY. Mo. (UPI>- the regionals. large entranU in the Mideast UCLA's tournament path to ani Nine first-round games will be and defending National Invita* unprecedented third straight played March 8 at five different tian Tournament (NIT) cbam- Natiooal Collegiate Athletic: sites, including two m the East pion Dayton, unranked with a AssodaUon (NCAA) basketball —at Rhode Island University 17-6 record, landed one of three championship was clear today and North Carolina State. The at-large bids in the Midwest, with the completion of a four regionals—East. MMwest. Other Midwest independent maximum 25-team bracket for MUeast and West—will be berths went to Colorado State the first time in five years. pla>-ed March 13 and 15 with the University (15-4), which has The NCAA Tuesday filled 10,finals scheduled for the Univer- never won a game m four at-large berths, including among sity of Louisville March 20 and previous NCAA appearances, its selections three nationally- 22. and Trinity University (18-4), ranked teams from the East. The Bruins, top-ranked and which finished third a year ago The other 15 berths are unbeaten in 22 games this in the NCAA's college- division reserved for conference cham-| season, will host the West championships, pions with UCIA, by wmning: regional in Los .Angeles. New Mexico State, ranked the Pacific Eight, being one of The NCAA Tuesday tabbed 13th nationally with a 21-3 seven conference titlist drawing eighth-ranked St. John's (20-3>. record and a second-round automatic first-round byes into ninth-ranked Villanova (20-») NCAA loser to UCLA last year, jand lOth-rankcd Duquesne for and Seattle (18-7), which will be l>, . .the three independent berths in making its Uth NCAA post• yUK fH in ^^I Yt^X. JIarquette (19-4) and;season appearance, accepted imiip IW IIIWVI xotre Dame (18-5) accepted bids as at-large teams fa the invitations to compete as at- i West. Jerr/ IVesf bocfc in Loker /ineup, fbrngs imf^to^^ Still unsigned, he's not going to Florida to camp Drysdale wishes thered been unity i national championship virtually wrapped up and another crown within their reach. The Eagles, top defensive club in the nation the past two! League starts and have dropped from first to second in the Eastern Division. In their last game Sunday night, they were clobbered 94 by the New York By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sporto WrHw NEW YORK (UPI) — Don hardest team to score against i And the Ohio school is witlun from a lobby phone booth. ! someone wanted to know. ; Later MUIer, »iio used to bCi^ng ^t^p u,g United Not yet," Drysdale replied.! "No comparison," Diysdale chief economist for^the United p^g^^ international small col- said. "That other was muchlSteeiworkers of America, said tourer." I he felt there had been more Upstairs on the ISth floor, interest in the battle between Marvin MiUer was explaining the players and ownere than in ig^jj^g j,,;^ season, soUdified "Having a problem?" some- Drysdale said be was "a litHe'body asked him. disappointed." "Sort of," he said. 'Tm Not by the terms of the Iryfag to get a plane out" settlement so much as by man's "For Vero Beach?" inhumanity to mM. He felt the; "No, for California. I'm going ^ newsmen and answering their ceiild remember. pTayers shoidd have done a.home to Hidden Hills, not to questions. : "And they sav much better job of sticking to-Florida. I'm not signed yet." ; "What did you think about dying,' gether. "Expect any trouble?" 'some players "It was aU right," he said of: '-^r^^^ Ijno^.s, ^j^t a spring training the settlement, but It would ve ipng while —"i— lege champion. The Ohioans, grudgingly yield ing an average of 35 points a seasons, are a cmch to gaui^?"Sers llheir third straight tiUe as thej, ^^J^ Esposito, the NHL's leading scorer, will return to the Boston lineup tonight. He; was suspended for two games: for shoving an official. The Kings, who scored m the final period to tie the Minnesota North Stars 1-1 Monday night have only one win in four! i^^^^fthTskuement^lSins to any Vuonwide steel dispute hei^ ^ith the Brums this baseball is someone said to him. reporting to "I've never seen the evidence before this of this so-called death," Milla- been better if we had a Uttle Florida. more unity." _ , "Not as long as when you and 5.- X. m .s.u J was'reached?" was answered. "I know a number ofiPating board gave the Eagles 21 before I get tojSC"'emait w^s .reacnea. .^ u ,ei first place votes and a total of position in the mraUngs by, ^os Angeles closes out its being voted the No. .1 team for^„^g„j homcstand Saturday the second successive week. .^-^^^ „.ith a game with the The 35-member UPI coaches Philadelphia Flyers. INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPD- Jerry West comes back and immediately things get better. That's what the Los Angeles Lakers were counting on Tuesday night and that's the way it worked out With West playing for the first time since Feb. 8, the Lakers snapped a three-game losmg string by edging the Seattle Supersonics 114-111 fa overtime. The all-star guard, who missed eight games fa a row because of a hamstring muscle injury, scored nine of his 20 pomts in the overtime session. The wfa was a big one for Los Angeles. It allowed the Lakers to facrease then- lead in the National Basketball Assocm- tion's Western Division to three games over Atlanta, which lost. As expected. West's shootfag was off. He made only 6 of 20 field goal attempts. But he was hot m overtime, sfakmg two baskets and five free throws. The Lakers, beatmg the ISonics for the fifth time in six games this season, led by IS pofats early in the game bat the visitors came on strong in the final period. With 37 seconds left, Lenny jWilkens made a layup to bring his club into a 100-100 tie and that's the way the' regular session wound up. Seattle was hurt when Bob Rule, its center, fouled out early m the overtime period. The Lakers, who now are idle until they host the Phoenix Suns Friday night, were led in scoring by Md Counts with 23 and Elgfa Baylor with 21. For the Sonlcs, WOkens hit 28 and rookie Ait Harris accounted Ifor 23. one of the questions. "Wdl," said Miller, "it was evidence seems to be to the newsman adted the Los Angeles Drysdale smiled. Dodgers' No. 1 right-iander and "i haven't seen Sandy since player rq>resentative. \ he got married," he said. "WdL a Uttle disaK»mtol| ..y^^ ^ between the with some o€ the guys," he said. you as that holdout fa 1966?" "But you can't chastise 'em. I certainly am not tiyfag to. Each had his own individuar problem. AU I'm saying is thatj 1 fister 000160 i wish there had been a UtUe, iiwiiw*! more unity." I kAc4 DAYAr Drysdale was makfag his, "^a' w^^i remarks in the lobby of the, FRANCISCO ' (UPI)— until the Issue was settled. footbaU peopJe did something!kids playmg baseibaU aU over, more mtelligent last year. They Besides, the revenue firom kept their tramuK camps closed i television and advertising keeps • • 'dimbing and that's a good indication. Attendance is pretty "I think the players held 304 pofats fa the 12tb weekly ratfags. With only one more week of balloting remafafag, the Eagles held a 70-pofat bulge over Fairmont State. CIF basketball gomes delayed of same hotel where the owners and players had buried the hatdiet only • few mmutes before. It was all over now. Marvfa Miller, rq»«sentmg all the players, and Idbn. Gaherin, representing the owners, had fimlly agreed and shakoi hands Was the Commissioner i any help at aU?" . , ^ ...-.^ c ' "I tlunlc Mr. Kuhn was Junmy Lestw, hard-fattrng Sanj^^^^gn^ getung of much holding its own ... I wish ^ „_ _ it was better ... but there ccr- ranics tmnendously well. I don't lainly has been no alarming, , thfak any ot you could guess drop. So how can people reaUyj Qy rOinSTOmi some of the pressures put on say baseball is dyfag?" ' them. Yet they stood it' Francisco middlcira^t tasifj,g owners to change their McCoy plans Perez fight OAKLAND (UPI)—Ralph McCoy, California middleweight champion, signed Tuesday to been named b^ fighter of 1968 j ^^ ^ ,m the Bay ^.J«>^ coosbuetiye iota." writers and the Society for j^j^^ hesitated a second CaUfwma Boxmg. „^jen they asked him whether meet Puerto Rican Danny iiiwiiy ofiic^^ ouu w. I5ock>' Hernandez, a middle- he felt satisfied with the!Perez March 5 at the Oakland; 18 floors up and now the various,«eisht from Mexico City, was package he had woa for the player reps were busy fryfag to; selected as the best ring players, make plane connections. prospect. the Yucaipa High Thunderbird cagers. slated to meet Needles last night fa the openfag round of the CIF playoffs, were washed out of the tussle. The game may be rescheduled for tomorrow night at Needles or the CIF office may decide to hold the first round on Friday night Coach Steve Tayk>r's Qumas STRANDEN WINS FLUBERG, Norway (UPI)— Erifag Stranien, a 20-year-old who was seriously- injured fa a Auditorium fa a 10-round non-Falcons were to have hosted! skiflyfag accident t»-o years Gionts sign free agents SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)Free agents Edgardo Avila, 22, and Steven Stone, 21 have signed 1969 contracts wiUi the San Francisco Giants. Avila a six-foot, 190iK)under now attendfag the University of Arizona, hit .385 and posted a 24-0 record as a piteher- outfielder-first baseman for Hiamt-Dade (Fla.) Junior College last year. Stone is a righthanded iritcber from Koit Stote University. Lester knocked out "I've never yet been involved '.iUe bout Beaumont fa another CIF en Perez, now fightfag out of counter but Beaumont couldn't ago, upset two-time worid champion Bjoem Wirkola fa the Norwegian giant hill ski jump- fag championship Sunday with a leap (d 106.5 meteis. 1-DAY SERVICE YOU CAN TRUST YOUR TRANSMISSION TO ANY OF AAMCO'S 550 CENTERS. 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