U. R. Netters Defeat Santa Barbara 9-0 The University of Redlands tennis team blanked UC at Santa Barbara 9-0 there yesterday in the first match of a four-day tour into Central California. The victory extends the Bulldog season match record to 18-0. Coach Jim Verdieck's. talented racketeers will have a tough time this afternoon when they go against rugged San Jose State. San Jose features Whitney Reed, candidate for this year's Davis Cup team. Hs will be opposed by top UR netter Ron Sandys. Varsit* Singles: Ernie Pelton (UR) def. Thil McMillen. 8-6. 6-2; Hank Leichtfried »UR) def. John VeU- lioefer. 6-4, 7-5: Chili Earl (UR) ckf. George Meyer, 7-5, 6-3; Bill Karader tUR) def. Jack DeWitt, 6-3. 6-2. Doubles: Earl-Leichtfried <UR> def. Vellhoefer-Jack Knudsen, 6-1, 6-2; Harader-Pe'ton (UR) def. Meyer-DeWitt. 6-0. 7-5. Fresh Singles: Ron Sandys <l'R' def. Chuck Newbauer, 6-2, 6-4: Willie Smith <L"Ri def. Jack Knudsen, 6-1, 6-2. Doubles: Sandys-Smith <L'R\ def. Neubauer-McMillen, 6-3, 3-6. 6-2. Final score: University of Redlands 9. UCSB 0. Palmer Opens Defense Of Florida Title ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. 'UPf —Arnold Palmer of Latrobe. Pa., leading money-winner of the 1958 pro golf season, begins defense of his St. Petersburg Open tournament title today in a field of 150 players. Palmer used this event last year as a stepping stone to his triumph in the Masters tournament at Augusta. He shot a four- round 276 when the tournament was played at the Pasadena Country Hub. This year's event is being held at the 6.519-yard, par 72 Lakewood Country Club course. So far this season, Palmer has not won a tournament. He finished in a tie for seventh place in the Pensacola Open last week end. The big field in the $15,000 St Petersburg Open will be cut to the top 60, including ties, after 36 holes. As the pros move down the Florida peninsula, the only big name star missing was Ken Venturi of Palo Alto, Calif.. Paul Harney of Worcester, Mass., who set a new course record with a 19 under par 269 in winning the Pensacola Open last Sunday, is also registered. Golfs three top money winners —Art Wall .Jr. of Pocono Manor, Pa., Gene Littler, Singing Hills, Calif., and John McMullin, Fair Oaks, Calif., were also on hand. Dr. Cary Middlecoff of Memphis, Tenn., now playing out of the Diplomat Hotel and Country Club at Miami, joined the tournament trail here for the first time this year. His aim is to get in shape for the Masters. SELL IT TOMORROW With an Inexpensive Classified Ad —NLA rc4e*4Mraj MR. & MRS. —The new Mrs. Joe Louis pours a cup of coffee for the former world heavyweight champion at their home in Los Angeles. The couple have just revealed that they were married earlier this month, at Winterhaven, Calif. She is the former Mrs. Martha Jefferson, and is an attorney in Los Angeles. Tomorrow Last Day To Sign For Swim Lessons The deadline for registration in the annual YMCA-Facts Learn to Swim Campaign is tomorrow noon. Boys eight years and older who are strictly beginners and interested in taking lessons should fill out the coupon and return it to the YMCA in person. Boys may choose their class when they sign up. LEARN TO SWIM I want to sign up for the YMCA - Redlands Daily Facts Learn to Swim Campaign which runs March 23-27. My name is _ - and I am years old. My address is.— Phone No _ I am now a member of the YMCA I am not a member so I am enclosing 51 My son has my permission to participate in the Learn to Swim Campaign. Parent or Guardian Redlands High Swimmers Win At Yucaipa Redlands Hi"h swimmers splashed to top spot yesterday at a triangular meet at the Y'ucaipa High pool. The Terriers scored 74 points to 58 for Upland and 21 for Pacific. Redlands also won class B but Upland took class C honors. Yucaipa had a few swimmers competing unattached. First places: 200 medley relay: Redlandsj 'Cleaver Cantley, Paul, Gillman)J 2:05.1. 50 freestyle: Thompson (U), 26.4. 100 butterfly: Wenzel <R), 1:12.6. 200 freestyle: Becker (U), 2:21.8. 100 backstroke: Cleaver (R), 1:12.6. 100 freestyle: Thompson (U), 1:00. 100 breaststroke: Trute (R), 1:23.0. Diving: Kfager (R>, 112 points. Next Grunion Run March 26 Grunion hunters can expect the next four-night run of these silvery ocean fish to hit Southern California's sandy beaches on the night of March 26, predicts the Department of Fish and Game. Grunion runs are expected on the night of March 26 from 10:15 p.m. to 11:15 p.m.; on the eight of March 27 from 11 to midnight; on the night of March 28 from midnight to 1 a.m.; and on the night of March 29 from 1 a.m to' 2 a.m. Following that, the next open- season grunion run is expected June 7. It is unlawful to take grunion during April and May. 150 individual medley: Wenzel <R>. 1:54.5. 200 freestyle relay: Upland (Thompson, Cleland, Becker, Robinson), 1:48.8. Final score: Redlands 74, Upland 58, Pacific 21. Class B: Redlands 71, Pacific 45, Upland 25. Class C: Upland 51, Redlands 35, Pacific 19. i LAST CHAN TELEPHONE DIRECTORY GOING TO PRESS Your new Telephone Directory will be going to press shortly. Now is the time to arrange for new listings or changes in present listings. For only a few cents more per month you can increase your telephone convenience through additional listings in the white section of the Telephone Directory. Call our Business Office and list: OTHER MEMBERS OF YOUR FAMILY KEY PERSONNEL OF YOUR FIRM Closing date for listings in New Telephone Directory APRIL 2, 1959 & O lifornia Water & Telephone Company A growing Hat of communicmtioiu in Southern California Robertson Out To Prove His Greatness LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) — It seems unlikely that such a superstar as Oscar Robertson still needs to prove anything, but Cincinnati 's "Big O," arrived with his team today for the NCAA basketball finals with a burden on his back. Oscar has been twice an All- America, and this season led the nation in scoring with 920 points and a 32.9 average. He is a mag nificent rebounder and does almost as much damage with bis brilliant passing as he does shooting. So what's bothering him? MisMd Winning Throw Just as .Wilt Chamberlain never gave Kansas an NCAA title so Oscar remembers that he was supposed to lead Cincinnati to the title a year ago, only to wind up a goat when he missed what would have been a winning free throw against Kansas State in the first round. State went on to win in the overtime. This year Oscar and his buddies made it to Louisville, brushing aside Kansas State, 85-75, in the mid-west regional final as Oscar racked up 24 points and i: assists. Now, just two games away from that national title, Cincinnati — and Oscar — run smack into the nation's No. 1 defensive team the California Bears. POMS Cage Question The Cincinnati-California semi final clash for the Western title Friday night poses a cage question that has coaches assembled for their annual meeting here buzzing. What will happen when the Bears, who have held opponents to an average of 50 points per game this season, try to deal with a guy who has sometimes scored more than that himself? Cincinnati is the nation's third highest scoring outfit this year, hitting a season-long clip of 84.4 per game. California has a 23-4 record, which is topped by Cincinnati's 25-3 mark. Also coming in today were the West Virginia Mountaineers, with the tournament's only other All America performer, Jerry West They meet the hometown Louisville Cardinals in the Eastern half of the semi-finals. SPORTS BRIEFS RETURNING TO ACTION DAYTONA BEACH. Fla. (UPI) —P.it Flaherty, Chicago automobile racing driver who was severely injured in a race at Springfield, 111., after winning the 1956 Indianapolis Speedway event, is slated to return to action at the new Daytona track April 4. SEVER FOOTBALL RELATIONS CHARLESTON, S.C. i UPD—The Citadel will sever football relations with Wofford after the 1959 season. The reason given was Wofford's alleged failure to comply with NCAA eligibility rules. The Citadel has lost four straight to Wofford. Fight Patterson To London In Las Vegas NEW YORK (UPD-Floyd Patterson, the inactive world heavyweight champion, is going back to work in earnest. Cus D'Amato, the champ's man ager, announced Wednesday night that Patterson will defend his title against former British Empire tilleholdcr Brian London at Las Vegas. Nev., April 21. Nine weeks later, Patterson will place his title on the line—if he still owns it — against European champion Engcmar Johansson at Yankee Stadium. What happens if Patterson loses to London, an inept brawler who 1 is ranked ninth in the heavyweight division? Apparently neither D'Amato nor Bill Rosensohn who will promote the June 23rd Patterson-Johansson fight, antici pate such an upset. I think Floyd Patterson is the greatest fighter in the world and assume he will win every fight D'Amato confidently declared. He added that in his opinion "no risk is involved" in the champion en -J gaging in a "tuneup" before his fight with Johansson. Rosensohn shares D'Amato's feelings — and optimism — although he admitted ticket sales for the June fight might be delayed until after April 21. "I think the mere fact that Patterson wants to engage in a tuneup first is a testimonial to Johansson and the threat he poses for the champion," Rosensohn added. The Patterson-London fight will be promoted by Cecil Rhodes, vice president of a Bayonne, N. J., steel company, who has guaranteed Patterson a purse of $250,000. D'Amato revealed that London's expenses and his share of the purse will be deducted from Patterson's guarantee. Little League Meeting Friday An Elks Little League meeting will be held tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the Elks Club. The purpose of the meeting is to begin organization of the coming little league baseball season All managers and coaches will attend and all persons interested in contributing their efforts to a successful little league season are invited. Those interested but unable to come should contact Bill Wade PY 2-3605 after 6 p.m. Redlands Daily Facts Thursday, Mar. 19, 1959 - 9 mm C&BES Last night's results in mixed play: American Cleaners over Burroughs' Appliances 2-1, Hoff's Music House over Redlands Fed eral Savings 2-1, Pinky's Cafe over Garvey Motors 2-1, and College Shoe Shop over Bob Baker Insurance 2-1. High team scries and game went to Pinky's Cafe at 1865 and 687. Clyde Conley took men's high series at 544, and Larry Hoffman took men's high game at 198. Martha Green took ladies' high series at 501, and Ernestine Fullbright and Bonnie Libby shared ladies high game at 184. Team standings: Won Lost American Cleaners —22 11 Burroughs' Appli 18& 14% College Shoe Shop 17 16 Pinky's Cafe 17 16 Redlands Fed. Sav 15 18 Garvey Motors 15 18 Hoff's Music House„.14 19 Bob Baker Insurance....l2% 20% Pairings For President's Cup Golf Announced Pairings for the first round of the annual President's cup golf tournament at the Country club were announced today with 6 4 players participating. First round matches must be played by March 27th. The pairings are: Frank Roberts-Glenn McMenomy, Darrell Hudlow-Buck Weaver. Don Acheson-Ed Patterson, Walter Roberts-Dan Smith, Bill Howard-Chuck Bartley. Dr. Austin Welch-Al Wincher, Bill Klausner-Lewis Pierce, Percy Dornfeld-Garn Haycock, Vernon Lee-Dr. Larry Heim, Bill Lcathy-Walt Anderson. Dick Finch-Walker Smith, Jr., Robert Hogue-Col. Art Perry, Bob Baker-Fred Howard <MajJ. Jim Lauer-Harold Moser, Bob Bourret- Tdm" Leake. Hal Hagcn-Babs Daluiso, Dr. Hank Morris-Dr. Ed Banta, Bill Lauer-John Peterson. Julian Blakeley-Luther Holden, Bill Bates-Earl Bandy. Dr. John Paulus-Fred Workman, Bob Paine-Leonard Watkins, Dr. In ladies' play: Casa Del Rey over Sally Shops 2-1, Niles Hatchery over Toyville 30, Valley NH3 over Mentonc Variety 3-0, and Gross TV over Security Bank 2-1. High team series went to Mentone Variety at 2120, and Valley NH3 took high team game at 798. Martha Green took high se ries at 472, and Ernie Fullbright took high game at 193. Team standings: Won Lost N'iles Hatchery 45 31 Sally Shops -...39 36 Casa Del Rey..._ -..39 36 Valley NH3 _ -.39 36 Mentone Variety 37 38 Toyville 35h* 39»,j Security Bank —34% 40% Gross TV ' 32 43 Redlands To Host Whitf ier The University of Redlands track team, getting stronger with each outing, will host Whittier In a dual meet here tomorrow. Frosh teams of the two schools will also compete with the meet getting under way at 2 p.m. Mai Tirrell-Phil Gay, Paul Wilson-Hartley Hillsen, Bert Marcum-Bob Campbell. John BIumenberg-Ed Barnett, Jack Cooper-J. L. Bennett, Dee Cowen-Col. Frank Thornquest, Paul Gerrard-Madison F i n 1 a y, E. R. Fisher-Ed Hales, Ben Rabe- Bob Bierschbach, Jim Edwards- Dr. Murray Freeman. TELEVISION IN REVIEW * * By William Ewald NEW YORK (UPI) -Jack Ben ny's one hour special for CBS-TV Wednesday night was a pro's job, beautifully paced, tidily constructed and in most of its parts, quite funny. The hour was unbottled with some cheerful nonsense—two openings. The first, a nice soft-sell send-off, had Benny on a stool unjacketcd. pretending he was warming up to studio audience. The second, a beguiling essay in pomp, was the "oig" opening of three marching bands, confetti, balloons, streamers, a unicyclist a cowboy on a horse, a drawn rickshaw and an equally tired looking camel, a crescent moon with a girl passenger, and just about everything but NBC - TV's Wagon Train, which, unfortunately still is detained somewhere west of St. Joe. From that point on, it was almost all gravy. Bob Hope was on board and was in handsone form. Mitzi Gaynor also was mu-| tered in and although her singing is undistinguished and her dancing .a trifle heavy-footed, she is pleasantly contoured and did no real barm. The meat portions of the show were contained in two Benny skits. One was a bit with Senor Wences, that ventriloquist-refugee from Ed Sullivan, which had Benny's head inside a box. It's rather impossible to explain—you had to be there, as they say. But it was certainly a successful chunk of clownery. The other skit was—and I hate to use the word—a classic. It involved Benny and a trio of chim panzees who are part of an act called the Marquis Family. It was a file fugue in pistachio and the videotape certainly should be deeded to some comic hall of fame. Bud Yorkin, who strawbossed the Fred Astaire special earlier this season, produced and directed the Benny hour. He can take bow number two for the semester. performance. Culp, Richard Boon* of CBS-TV's Have Gun, Will Travel and Jim Garner of ABC-TV'« Maverick are the most stylish of TV's actor-cowboys. Bob Hope, who guested briefly on the NBC-TV Jack Paar show Wednesday night, was in pretty- good form. It would be interes ,: ng sometime to throw Hope, Jac': E. Leonard, Oscar Levant and Groucho Marx into an off - the- cuff conversation piece just to see what might erupt. Tht Channel Swim: Neither Naked City nor Rough Riders U listed on the the temporary ABC- TV schedule for next season. . »•• Sidney Kingslcy's one hour medical series, World In White, is re--, ported to be the show CBS - TV will throw in against NBC-TV's Wagon Train on Wednesday night next season. John Aaron and Jesse Zousmer, producers of CBS-TV's Person To Person for six years, will resign after the series' last show on June 26—the pair are reported to be somewhat less than enthused about Arthur Godfrey replacing Ed'Murrow on the interview show next fall. . .Bell Telephone is considering sponsorship of 15 specials on NBC - TV next season,, split about evenly between science and musical shows. Short Shots: Harold Stone turned in a very solid job Wednesday night as the villain on CBS-TV's Trackdown. Robert Culp, the hero of the series, also chipped in his usual four-square CERTIFICATE OF USE OF FICTITIOUS FIRM NAME It Is hereby certified that the undersigned is conducting at Redlands, California, County of San Bernardino, State of California, a Retail Sale of Religious Books business, under the fictitious firm name of GOSPEL SUPPLY HOUSE. GUY O. HOGLE. SIS East Third. Rialto. Calif. JEAN HOGLE. SIS East Third. Rialto, Calif. State of California. i County of San Bernardino J ss. On this nth day of March. 1959. before me. a Notary Public in and for said County and State, personally appeared Guy O. Hogle and Jean Hogle, known to me to be the penons whose names are subscribed to the above, instrument, and acknowledged to zoe that they executed the same. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal. ROBERT E. COX. . • Notary Public in and for the County of San Bernardino, SUta of California. SEAL) My commission expires Aug. 22, 1962. riled with County Clerk Mar 18. 1959. NOTICE INVITING SEALED PROPOSALS (BIDS) FOR WATER MAINS IN THE MENTONI AREA NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Redlands invites and will receive sealed proposals (bids) up to the hour of eight o'clock a.m. on the 24th day of March.. 1959. for the furnishing and delivery of approximately 2706 feet of 16 inch main *nd 1343 feet of 8 inch main. 10 gauge steel cement mortar lined pipe with fittings In accordance- with Drawing No. D20026. The City Council of the City of Redlands reserves the right to reject any and all b-.cis. Copies of the contract documents art on file and may be examined In the office of the City Clerk. City Hall. City of Redlands. California. Said copies may be obtained by payment of a service charge of five dollars <X5 .00> per set. Said service charge will be refunded only for those copies returned to the City as a bonaficie bid for tha work. Each proposal (bid) shall be made, out or submitted on a form to be obtained at the office of the City Cler* and must De accompanied by a cashier's check, a certified check, or m bidder's bond in an amount not less than ten per cent llOT.i of the amount of the bid. made payable to the order of the City of Redlands. and each bidder proposal shall be sealed and filed with the City Clerk at or before tha time in this Notice provided. Tha above-mentioned check or bond shall be given as a guarantee that the bidder will enter Into a contract with the City if awarded the work, and wiU be declared forfeited if the successful bidder refuses to enter into said contract. The successful bidder WiU be required to furnish a faithful performance bond in an amount equal to ona hundred per cent I100r*> of the contract price, said bond to be obtained from a surety company satisfactory to the City. All terms and conditions contained in the contract documents including the Information to Bidders shaU become a p*rt of the contract. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty 1301 days after the time set for the opening thereof. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY Or REDLANDS. SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY. .ffALIFOR- Dated this 11th day of March, 1959. H. R. WHALEY. City Clerk, City of Redlands. San Bernardino County. California. Want New Furniture? Sell Your Old Furniture Thru Facts Classified Ads Lfc \eGOLD BOND * STAMP DAYS! FRIDAY and SATURDAY MARCH 20 and 21 Hot l,m GOLD BOND STAMPS With each 10* Purchase at Redlands MERCHANTS LISTED BELOW! KARL & JON'S ASSOCIATED SERVICE - SUU & Hwy. 99 PY 2-4770 LUTHER & LARRY PAINT STORE 2 Oringt St. PY 3-5641 HARRY E. GOODWIN SHELL SERVICE M«nton«, Calif. PY 4-7724 HOWARD S. SMITH JEWELER 20 E. State PY 35405 STOCKTON SPORTING GOODS 112 E. SUU PY 2-5715 GABRIEL BROS. FAMILY SHOES 27 E. 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