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Final UK basteffcoH gome Whittier eases way to win over Bulldogs SPORTS rbdldiKb DoiV Focls IKurtddr; Nb: 27. 1M» - 13 Beard problem at OSU P/oy El Cenfro Friday By TAM IRVING ended with 22 points for the eve-,rowed the gap to seven points Leading by as many as 16 ning and Scoggins with 15 to with ei^t minutes p:ints in the first half. Whit- lead the winners. The Poets then riped out to tier CoUege Poets eased their Four of the BuUdogs, Ron,a 16 point lead belore last min-; way to a 93-64 victory over the Bums, Randy Orwig. Lurix ute shots by Troy B(dph and host Universi^ of Redlands; Johnson and Don Pope hit in i Ron Bums cut the margin to 14 Bulldogs with a 5-5 record in double figures in a losing cause, at the half, 48^. SCIAC pUy for third iriace and Bums hit 16, Orwig 15, Johnson Whittier increased its lead to a 10-16 maik fw the season. and Pope each had 12. J20 with 15 minutes to i^ay in the The Poets, who will go into For Bums, Johnson and Pope i second half and the margin kept the NAIA District m |riayof£s it was the final game in UR col-, increasing despite some strong as the SCIAC representative,,ors. All received a loud by the Bulldogs, had too much power andias they left the game in the fi- Redlands whittled the margin strength for the Bulldogs. |nal minutes. I back to 20 but the powerful Forward Hu^ Feoderson and' Whittier, on some hot, short!Poets maintained control for the nith a 55-50 victory over host shaipshooting guard Steve Scog-.shots, moved to a quick 13-7 win. UR freshman Randy Or-Needles last night in a rain-de- gins led the cat-quick Poetjlead in the first part of the!wig turned in a soUd perfomi-; layed contest. TBirds top Needles In opening CIF game Yucaipa High 'ITmnderbinls moved into the second round of the CIF AA basketball playofis quint to the victory. Fendeisonjfirsthalf before the Bulldogs nar-'ance from his forward spot and should be a mainstay of the squad next season, along with guard Tom Williams. // there's no more snow World Cup ski event slated to go Fridoy \vnm» G Fenderson 8 jRead 6 iCheeks 3 Wells 3 Scoggins 7 Christenson 4 SQUAW VALLEY, Calif.'ta make some practice runs on I.amour 5 (UPI) — World Cup officials Wednesday as the sun broke Noenan 2 through the overcast for the;Nelson 1 glowed m the w^^m^June ^^^^^ ^ j^^^^ W«sdnesday but after what has'California has been battered by: Totals 39 happened in Northern Califoraia i snow almost continuously for a this winter none really believed j month and some areas have as"- •* it wiU last-least of all weatherj much as 40 feet of padced snow watdieis. jcm the ground. While the word was "go" today fbr the Work! Cap ski races, llie weather bureau was Burns 6 Orwig 5 morrow night, possibly at Yucaipa, Hunt was the top Yucaipa scorer with 13 while Waller added 11. Leading scorers for the Mustangs were Kelvin Van Os- TTie rain and floods didn't'dol and JesseViHegas, each hit- hurt coach Kelt Hayden's T-Birds as they br(*e open the tight contest in the third period with a 20-p(rint outburst while ting U. Yucaipa G Humphrey 4 Hunt 6 Waller 4 Trost 3 Christianson 2 Harrison 1 -j holding Needles to 14 in the! ^'same stanza. ' 7' Both teams started off slowly 8 with the opposing fives tied atl "F"*™ i 15 11 aJI at the end of the first :™"nan 1 9 quarter. Yucaipa managed a ^ 11 narrow 23-20 lead at the half. 4 Tip-top shooting by Dick Hunt 5 and Rick Waller after the in-Needles G _ termission opened up the game Feher 4 Athletes support Andros, AFT backs black students CORVALLB. Ore. (UPI)-A black student boycott called to protest grooming standards set order is revoked, Hie campus, image, or that coaches refrain chapter of the American frcm the impolite action of Federation of Teachers (AFT), protesting a referee's decision." by football coach Dee Andros composed of 23 faculty members, said Floyd B. McFarland, AFT proved successful today m, also supported the boycott chapter president, regard to the Oregon SUtel "Our coaches at OSU have no The AFT condemned the university basketball team. jnjore right to demand that school's athletic department Pour Negro players, iachiding; athletes shave beards in the! "for iU racist attitudes and the only two blacks on the'interest of an image than the | discriminatory practices." vaisity—Dave Moore and Jim Edinimd, missed practice Wednesday. The other two are freeman Freddie Boyd and! interest athletes would have the right to' John Didion, Oregon State's demand that overweight;All America football center, coaches lose 30 pounds in the:said a rally in support of Andrew IBll who works out with the varsity but does not ^ay. BasfcetbaU Coach Paul ValenU said he excused Moore from practice. The other three failed to dMw up. It was difficult to evaluate a threatened boycott ot classes Wednesday because many of them were canceled for of a proper athletic 2; centennial lecture series. 2 a rally in .Andros would be held on ; campus today to express the I feelings of athletes towards the coadi's grooming order. Andros, w*o last month turned down an attractive financial offer to coadi at Pittsburgh upon the urging of a large group of OSU students, is , LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Thei scheduled to speak at the raUy. a Los Angeles Rams open their :i969 exhibition schedule Aug. Sl ^omP \.£7ES STAFF Rams to open exhibitions with Dallas Totals 22 U 55 15 93 5 The Austrians, led by Kari ^"''^ 5 2 Schranz and Getrud Gabl. are!P°P? * * the favorites. Schranz leads the wuhams 0 1 forecasting more snow lor the i men's competition wiUi 158i«°!P'' 3 0 weekend. The competition _here! points and Miss Gabl leads the ^ " and boosted the Tbunderbird Van Osdol 3 lead. iViUegas 5 •^i With the game safely ic the,Lyon 2 "win column, the T-Birds went 15 to their bench. Needles con- Rasch Medrano ^itinued to creep back into thelEdmonds 0 has been -resdieduled for a Friday start «nd the downhiU race has been scratdied.- I ^Niranls of ei ^t feet of new snow fell in the Serra^evada I Calif., is the leading American giris field with 123. Both bave^ ^ . , big marpns over their nearest ^ "•"a'* 24 16 64 rivals. I Halftime score: Whittier 48, U. Spider Sabich of Kyburz. of Redlands 34. ^igame but tte'T-Birds held the McCord 3 Ijlead. *i Yucaipa, runnerup in theDes- 2!ert Valley League, will meet El —j Centre, the Imperial League winner in a game set for to- The 57 black students on the'in the Coliseum against Uie 13,000 student campus charged! Dallas Cowboys. PITTSBURGH (UPI)—Chuck the roly poly Andros with I Other preseason games an- NoU. head coach of the discrimination for ordering Ne-nounced Wednesday by the Pittsburgh Steelers. completed gro linebacker Fred Milton to National Football League club j his coaching staff Monday by remove his beard or lose his include contests against the athletic scholarship. The Black Students Union called for a boycott of classes and atiiletic events until Andres' Cleveland Browns Aug. 16 and selecting Bob Fry, an assistant with Uie Atlanta Falcons, and the Kansas City Chiefs Aug. 23. Max Coley, an assistant at the Both games Oriiseum. will be at the University of Oregon as part of his seven-man team. Totals 21 8 SO Score by quarters: Yucaipa 11 12 20 12-55 Needles U 9 14 16-50 earlier this .w«ek, leaving most ski trails under new powder, ineJoding the one over which the downhill race was to be run. "Well go Willi the slalom onlWasdi., are Friday and the giant slalom on Saturday," said Alpine director Bob Beattie. "The downhill race is scratched." Italian and Canadian contin- gaits woe the last to arrive in the ^aw V^ley area. "Hie Canadians made it via car from Sacramento, Calif., 125 miles away, at mid-day Wednesday male. He's in 12th place with 46 points. Kild Cutter of Bend, Ore., and Judy Nagle of Enumdaw, the top American girls. Miss Cutter is in sixth place with 81 points and Miss Nagle is eighth with 74. Billy Kidd. out for several we^ with injuries, practiced' By United Press International Wednesday and indicated he To nobody 's surprise. Lew might be able to compete, Alcindor dominates latest Pad- although he didn't say for sure. | fic Eight cage statistics. Akindor leads Pacific Bght cage statisfics Other leading Americans include Rick Chaffee of RuUand, and the Italians trooped in nearjVt, Jim Barrows of Steamboat sundown. Many of the skieis in the competition had an opportunity Springs. Colo., and Qie Paulsen brothers, Eric and Lance, of'24.9 average. The UCLA center, wiio has led his nationally top-ranked Bmins to 10 strai^t conference wins, has hit 249 points for a Squaw Valley. Chaparrals get 13 free throws in row for win By UniM Press Irtemationtl Hie Dallas ChaparraU tossed in 13 consecutive &ee throws in the final two minutes against New Orleans and (he Boustan Maveridcs set a team record of seven three-point baskets against Denver in American Basketball Association play Wednesday. Dallas' accuracy from the strip, 38 for 45, gave the Chaps their 10e -l <a win over New Orleans. John Beasiey and Glen Combs had 25 points each and Ron Boone 23 in Dallas' RHS baseball feam fo pfoy proef ice gome balanced attack. James led New Orleans with 23. Denver's Larry Jones saw his 43-point effort go to waste against Houston in a 136-122 defeat. Houston's Stew Johnson and Tony Jackson each had amazing Trailing far back are Don Griffin of Stanford at 19.6 and Jackie Ridgle of Cal at 19.1. ' Alcindor also leads in shooting percentage with .629 with five more Bruins among the 11 most accurate shooters. Alcindor is taking down about four more Jones rebounds per game off the bsards than anybody else in the conference. The Bruins also top the conference in offense at 88.3 points per game and have an .537 team shooting three three-point plays, with Bob Varga getting Qie other. Varga came oB the bench in the North Carolina avenges earlier loss, 68-62 By United Press International | of Jones and Jim Mcintosh. Mel Frank McGuire feels that! Knight led Seton HaU with 17 second-ranked North Carolina'points. wasn't the only obstacle that- Tenth-ranked Duquesne, be- derailed South Carolina's victo-l hind a 19 point performance by ry express Wednesday night McGuire saw his nuie-game winnmg streak come to an end as North C^Una avenged an earlier defeat by edging the Gamecocks 68-62. The win clinched a tie for first place in Gary Major, downed St Francis, (Pa.) 72-«3 to register its 18th victoiy of the season. Larry Lewis topped St Francis with 18 points and 18 rebounds. Louisville, ranked No. 11, routed St Louis X-67 to take the AUantic Coast Conference sole possession of first place in for North Carolina. ; the Missouri Valley Conference. While McGuire admitted that the Tar Heels were a "tremendous" baskeUnll team, he also express unhai^iness about the officiating. Seo-Saw BattI* The game was a see-saw batUe most of the way as North Carolina took a 34-27 lead at halftime and increased the margin to 10 points early in the second period. But Roche, who led both teams with 22 points. Mike Grosso, 19 points, and Jerry King and Dennis Dedcen, 17 pmnts apiece, led the Cardinals to victory, their 12th in conference play. Broke Seerina Record Sensational Spencer Haywood I broke a school scoring record with 45 points and added 25 mark. Washington is No. 1 in! rebounds to pace Detroit to a 107-88 triumph over Canisius. Haywood bettered the mark set ... ^ ^ .1 '>y Dave DeBusscfaere and brought the Gamecocks even a , D^^rie Murrey by one point 52-52. Olympian Charley Scott' then hit two field goals to put defense wiUi 59.4 points allowed: North Carolina ahead to stay. per game and Washington State second period and proceeded to'leads in free throws wiUi .679. notch 27 points fortheni^t "Hie Brums figure to wrap it TbB New York Nets droppedjaU «P J^^kend at Stanford 'and Cdiforma while second place Washington State (8-3) on Oregon State and tiieir fifth straight this time by 113-lM, to the Indiana Pacers., Roger Brown of Indiana led s'J ca'ls scorers with 41. Walt Simon and! ^reson Wilhe Somerset led the Nets! On the Coast cage fi-ontj with 30 each. (Wednesday, two of the top: The Los Angeles Stars, with i\smin schools in the West took burst of 38 pmnts in the thirf' ^"^tories. period,. shodced the Kentucky' Puget Sound made its mait CJolonels, 129-97. Six Stars tallied! 23-3 with an 81-73 win over 12 or more points, widi Ed' stuNjom Pacific Lutheran. John Redlands High varaty base-] Johnson's 24 high for the game.! Smith had 24 for the winners. ban team, coached by Joe De- Hafgio. is scheduled to play Hootdair in a practice game tomocTOw nn the RHS diamood, weather permitting. Saturday, the Terriers are slated to open io the first annual San Gorgonio Hi£^^ baseball tmmament with a game at 9 a.m. against Ramona on the Spartans diamond. A second game would be Johnny Jones dropped in 24 points to lead ninth-ranked Villanova to a 73-56 victory over Seton HalL The Wildcats, who completed their season with a 24-4 marie, heW a 3^31 lead at haKtime and broke it open The -AL defense UirotUed the: Whittier wound up IM in the hi^-scoring Ccdonel backcourt Southm California Intercolle- duo of Darel Carrier and Louis Dampier. yielding oily a combined total of 29 points. giate AtideUe Coaferdice and 22-4 for the campaign with • 93- Dan Sadlier scored 21 points as Dayton defeated Morehead 75-63 in a game halted with 4:32 left to play because of a free- fcr-aU. Tempers flared when Willie Jackson, who led Morehead with 21 points, collided with Dayton's Ken May. The ensuing fight forced officials to behind ti» second hrif shooting, P'fy- ^ , , ^ In otiier games Long Island University moved a step closer to a bid to the National Invitation Tournament by upsetting St Peters 72-55, Niagara {routed Syracuse 103-92 behind C^alvin Murphy's 32 points, Ycungstown State rolled up a 116-61 win over Wayne State as John McEhroy scored an incredible 72 points, and Central State sun>rised Uie nation's No. 1 small college team, Ashland, 44-38. Aquinas tops Seaumont in OF game Thigpen leads scoring race Aquinas High Falcons ripped y. ^ . , the nete from the free throw line ,64 humbUng of Redlands. Hugh to post a 58-54 victory over rFendersoa had 22 for the visiting Beaumont High hi the ' winners. ' CIF Oass A basketbaU piayoffs Pomona setUed for a 14-8 'ast night season marit by sneaking past Aquinas is coached by Steve daremont 89«. John Upholt of, Taylor, former Redlands high MAiaf HM* S^k PULLMAN W«h /TTPi^ ^"^ Claremont's Rex eager and gridder who is ta hisj P"^ I ^O Z 't^^iyt^JZ Huxford each had 20 points. first^year at tiie helm of Uie s.AN LUIS deisPO. Dutra t^kes S X o ^oi't 'wiU^>tling.56..;per cent rf^^^^^^^^ PROPOSAL Calil winneir of uniay. win «r luw. n »iu , -, „- „_ The Falcons went min thf fi 'UPI'—OHn Dutra, at 3:15 pm. ri«> on the Sanlf"™^ fl<»r. h^^^ SnKKH5LM ''(im ;iBumiy nal peri,Sl w^ a ^Teara^^'^ Professional GoU Assoda- Gorgonio diamond. Lm^^vrJmftr^^iT^li^^^"'^' International Ice appeared to be safely in the lion championship in 1932 and Tbumey games will be held!^^ "'^^ wmerence sconng jj ^^y Federation's European lead but Uie Cougars turned hot the U.S. Open m 1934, has on T\iesday and Wednesday also. I ™ president Sunday approved the j with sue sti^ght poinU. With switched jobs as head pro. Thigpen IS averagmg 20.4 propose Oiat each nation may less flian Uiree minutes to go.' The HaU of Fame golfer will UMW UMMIUM M ^lnr '^i .^^r wTw^. ^ ^ ?«T'_?5' ""^ than;Aquinas led by only two. |give up his job at the Anaheim MOTT nOieiTine •f-S for sojourner. Weber State previously allowed, during the' Then the Falcons went tojmunicipal course April 1 and • MB^^ 'has just about wrapped up Uie forthcoming world ice hockojwork and pulled out Uie win. take over as head pro at Uie Ot WerS I conference tiUe wiUi a 12-0 championships March 15-20 in Tley hit n of 12 charity shots mew San Luis Bay Club near to get award REDWOOD CITY CVPl)- Matt HazeRitte, veteran Ime-; backer of the San Fmdsco Forty Niners, wiU receive a S1.000 wrist watdi tsnight as winner of the ieam'* Len> Esfamont Award. Hie former Ttmslpois High (Hin VaUey) lineman was named the Forty Niners' most ittspiratieoa} idayer lart aeaaoD.! Fettnred speakers will be I^mn (P*PI>y) Waldarf, Huritine's eoaefa at Californa. and Ed Nordstrom, Ins eaach at Ttjn High. record. Stockhdm. in the final period for the win. A\ila Beadi. Strike zone, mound changes, won't h ave much effect Koufax doubts there'll be more runs LOS ANGELES (UPl)-Base-^ ball has made some changes to- put more ofiesse into tiie game! in 19G9 but Saidy Koufax isn't sure more nins wiH be scored. "I don 't think iliere win be a great effect" Uie former Los Angdes Dodger pSching great said wlien asked what iiel tixMght about Uie changes made' in the strike zone and the ORK NMMIO NEW YOBK (OPI)-Betaise- wm Bobby Orr of Borten. win wB't criebnte Ins 2lst faiith- day «a Oe last wtA of this scSbaa. MS aamed wift live vemw today to tta Mica GaaeUa's 19M Katioiial Hockey Leagne team. Also named wcia defcBseman Tim Hortoa of Itanala. cegier Jean Bali«aan flCXfla«ieal .«iicMbrHi «a( . ^ OacafD. wing Gerfie Howe of pitehen wiH ba , "As far as die jtrike zone in leaacemed." be said, "each anum has his ofiioinB of this.] It's op to each uopira to decide atiat's c atrike and «iiaft ban. "I dont think ttere ever can be a standard moand. I liiiak in .some cities it piuhiMjr wiB be IsaMQer (lian in alhm. Wbat win IMnit and gaalia Ed GiaceoiiD af Vem Todt individaalt. It may bdp flome 'and may imrt aOMn." If Sandy stiU were pitdiing,] would the mound change hurt ori bdp him? "Tliat's a tough one to answer. I etched eft tome high ones and I pitched in some: places like Philadelpina where' Uiere was no mouad." Konfaz. 33. quit baseball after tiie 1966 season because of; aa ailiiiitic eifaow. & signed a! tl million contract for a 10 -year| term with the Madooal Broad-' casting Co. "Ihira Bay ba more nms soarad aait seacoa bat it wont be twaaie of the liftte tone or; tba nmnd." (he fonacr a Icflfaaoder taid. | "Fiq—«Mi aiay renlt in Ibue are] •d that's _ BdaeiiLOf come, flia MtiBC b te deep too. aad tee codd be just Uie opposite effect" Sandy, who wto Uie Cy Young Award as the top major league pitcher three times, says he misses basebaU as mtich now as be did when he first retired. "It's Uie same," be commented. "You miss it at certain times and you miss certain things." KaaUx gave up his bacheloriiood this year. He was married to actor Ridiard Wklmaik's 23-year-old daugiMer, Anoe, on New Year's I>ay- He has served as a eommen- Utor for a Los Angeles itatiaD's wc^ higb sdwol basketban game Meraets tliis awiter. - "nwr asind me to do it and I Unu^ it was a good idea," the popdar adilete sakL "It was good experience and it was hm." AUfcongb ins name ia qnoiy- wiUi basebaa. Eoofui rates as a basketbaU export, too. He was a hoop standout at Lafayette High School in BiooUyn, N.Y., and enrolled at Universi^ of Cincinnati m a baskeUiaU scholarship. A commentator on NBC -TVs baseball game of Uie week ttie past two seasons, be says he feeis "more relaxed" than he did when he began Us new career. He doesn 't know if he win be used on natfcnal tdavisioa to do oUier sports. "It's np to ttie networic" he said. 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