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16 - Wed., Jan. 15, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Bulldogs Sagehen feast on delight 71-66 University of Redlands Bull- Bob Engbcrg who is sidelined dogs enjoyed Sagehen delight «' ith a cold. as they nabbed a 71-66 win over hit ° n 10 ° f . 1S fie, . d , , * „ goal tries and pumped in a pair host Pomona College last night. ot free throws in the y.^^ The dinner almost burned the diners in the second half as the Bulldgos who were leading by 28 points with 13 minutes to play went for eight minutes without scoring a point. The Sagehends rallied in the final minutes behind the point production of Don Parlow, but coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldogs stayed in for win number two in SCIAC play. Friday night the UR basket- bailers travel to the cramped lair of the Tiger to meet Occidental in a conference game. Leads Scoring Gary Loper proved to be the big man in the Redlands attack ending with 22 points for game scoring honors. Loper started at forward in place of effort. Guard Gary Smith added a booster for the Bulldogs with 14 points and George Newmyer and Dave Mohs both had 10 for the winners. Parlow scored 17 points to top the Sagehcns with 15 of his markers sparking the Sagehens second half rally which out-1 scored the Bulldogs 40-28. ] UR center Dick Fisher was tough on the boards pulling down It rebounds and ended with eight points before fouling out with five minutes to play. A total of 11 lost balls dur ing (he second half was the major factor in the Bulldogs going scoreless for the long time period. During the first hall Redlands lost the ball once. Pomona R. Irvine 2 Sanderson J. Irvine fi Parlow 7 J. McDonald < Scholming Moore 2 Robbins " Totals . ... 27 Redlands G Newmyer Loper . 10 Fisher :; Mohs :i Smith .. .. .*) Friedlander ... •i Dickev . .. i Pinvoun 0 Bostrom l Miller (i Totals ...27 F. 1 0 n 1 12 F. 4 4 4 0 0 1 0 1 17 To start May 29 Yucaipa Little League plans agreed upon Ifalftime score: Redlands 43, Pomona 26. Cope plays steady ball to defeat Corona Cope Junior High moved out; REBOUNDER — Gary Loper pulls down a rebound in the Pomona game last night, loper led the University of Redlands with 22 points. He was playing in place of Bob Engberg who was out with a cold. Red\and% scored a 71-66 win. The UR travels to meet Occidental Friday night in another SCIAC encounter. Operations of the Yucaipa Ro-|who arc not on maior league tary-Kiwanis Little League ton rosters will be placed on mi-j t0 3 90 Iea(i anfl ,hcn P la >' e » 1364 were discussed and unani-inor league teams and as niany s,w,(1 >' ba " for a 3539 win 0VCT mously agreed on at a meeting)(cams will be lormcil as are ;MOst Corona junior high yestcr- . at the school board offices. jnccessarv to take care of lhc! <Ia y afternoon. Coach Ken Sher-, | ftrOWn OUT OT game The schools recreation district j boys. This group will start j man's Golden Eagles notched and Uie league were represented!scheduled plav at the end of itheir sixth win against no losses at the meeting. First consider!school June 12. ! wi,n ,hc victory, ation was given to the welfarcj Younger boys. S anil !). mo*t: Friday the Cope hoopsters, of the school students who arciof whom arc new to the pro- host Aquinas at 4 p.m. in the, involved in the baseball pro-'jram. will he placed in a farm Redlands High school girls gym.' gram. I league, where the emphasis will: ]. ca( jj,, s ,|, c Go i, 1( , n Ea .,| PS u , League play will start May be on training and teaching withi,| lc „ m in thc unnc atcd Corona] :9, with opening night ceremon-iOorge Leja. recreation district j = vm uas n ar{ jy u j t |, i 2 - ies. Play on a six-game p c r ; direclor. agisting in formula!-| p ^ nts ..jr c p | aV rd his besti week basis will begin thc fol-ing a training program " ' lowing Monday, June 1. Lastjar games year the league started play onjtlic emphasis the hoys how to play baseball Denver goalie facing disciplinary action By United Press International at thc Cow paiacc in the night's About the only thing that only other game. At Vancouver. May l, with each team playing one game a week until the close of school when a six-game per week schedule started. Under the new system there will be two weeks of six-game play before school is dismissed. School officials believed this system would have less of a disruptive effect on school work than an earlier start with less play. PJay will continue into the first week of August, if necessary to complete the schedule. Thc league will decide at its ne.\t meeting, Jan. 22. whether to play a 15 or 20-game schedule. School Comes First President Stuart Ramsay of the Little League will act as liaison man between the schools and teams. Teachers finding a Littie League player is delinquent in his school work will report it to the principal who will contact Ramsay who in turn will notify the manager of the team for which the boy plays. It was emphasized that the league would not tolerate boys neglecting their school work for baseball. The tentative schedule of events is, late. January and February distributions of regis tration blanks in the schools; February, physical examinations at times suitable to Dr. J. Alton Edwards and his staff; March, three tryouts to be followed by the player auction; April, the annual league breakfast. The major league teams will start practice in April and continue into May, practices being held after school or on Saturdays. Steps arc being taken to prevent rowdiness and vandalism on school property during games. The cooperation of the .sheriff's office will be asked System Changed A complete change has been made in the setup for players who are not assigned to major league teams. Players in t h c 10, 11 and 12 year old bracket five different the had a Bruce Freeman tallied 10 and,\Vestcrn Hockey League raccjbad night any way you look at n I - I ' *.- I rtl tdlllUUVtrl, live UUit ling program. Regul-| S3mc pf „, c vcar •• coach S hcr-!could keep Denver from brccz- !pIavm managed ,„ push ii^^Ubcon tMchtag! n,an saW -. ' ins ,n a ,ir * , -P ,acc fini - h in " ,e ,P>'ck past Millar, who hs This change will pt't play on an age basis as it was deemed unfair to ask thc 8 and 9 year- [ pulled in 11 rebounds Johnj havc happcned . Morresset had six points and. seven rebounds. Boh Manning! Goalie Al Millar, undoubtedly olds to compete against those in scored six and Pat Daniel hadj< h< : }°°P' S to P net-minder faces thc older a«c bracket !follr P oint s and gathered in s j x |discipunary action by league In all leagues the rule will!loose balls. |president Al Leader after a wild prevail that a boy must attend! Probably 50 per cent of his (cam's prac-'heat in the gvm six minutc! Vancollver d u r 1 n S »'»"eh he tices to be eligible to play. \ quarters were played instead of p,ckcd llp flve P enaItlcs Mel Powell, superintendent of j eight. i Referee Lloyd Gilmour finally schools, headed thc school dele Colorado river wildlife to be discussed Representatives from California's Department of Fish and game will meet with wildlife managers and technicians from other states bordering the Colorado River next Wednesday in Las Vegas to work on mutual problems. Technical sessions at the meeting will cover fisheries, game management and law enforcement problems in the Colorado River area. Agreement will be sought on items to be recommended for action by the parent Colorado River Wildlife Management Committee at its meeting in Las Vegas later this spring. The Committee is composed of fish and game department leaders from states along the river, plus representatives of the various federal agencies involved in projects which affect the river's fish and wildlife resources. gation which included Hamilton Sbeppard. assistant Miperintcn- dent; Denton Palmer, principal of the Yucaipa Elementary School, and Don Brown, athletic director at the high school. Leja represented the recreation district, and Ramsay was assisted by Col. Joseph Parilla, veteran Little League manager. It was emphasized that thc agreement was binding on all involved and that all three or-j ganizations agreed to work to gether for the welfare of t h e community and especially for the boys who are involved in the Little League program. Success seen for deer hunters All evidence points to high hunter success in the San Bernardino Mountains special either-sex deer hunt which begins January 25 and continues for nine days through February 2. Department of Fish and Game observers report good numbers of deer in the hunt area, and the 150 permit holders should do well, barring unforeseen weather factors. The hunt will take place in the Plunge Creek to Slide Lake area of the San Bernardino Mountains northeast o£ Redlands. State Highway 30 and 38 afford major access to the hunt area. In addition, it was learned this week that thc Southern California Edison Company, which operates a generating plant within the hunt zone, will open its locked gates to allow hunters excellent access throughout the area. ; DFG game management personnel will operate checking stations, open daily throughout the nine days, on Highway 30 at the Little Mill Creek Road junction and at thc mouth of Santa Ana Canyon near the Edison Company powerhouse. There will also be check sta tions operated on the two weekends of the hunt on High way 38 at the Morton Peak- Road junction and at the foot of Plunge Creek Road. In addition to checking on hunter success and advising the Nimrods, DFG men at the sta tions will gather biological data to be used in future management plans for the herd. TREASURE HOUSE Y'our unused furniture or an pliances will find a ready mar- j New Hollywood. Fla ket through Classified Ads. ) league camp Feb. 17. Yanks again hire DiMaggio NEW YORK (UPI) — Joe DiMaggio, possessor of a .325 life- me batting average, has been hired for the fourth successive car as a special batting instructor by the New York Yankees. DiMaggio will report to Manager Yogi Berra at the Yanks' ~" minor Westmont and Hawaii pull stunning upsets By United Press International Somebody forgot to show Westmont and the University of Hawaii thc latest national basketball ratings. The two teams highlighted a light slate of cage activity Tuesday night by pulling off stunning upsets. Hawaii hosted the nationally 13th ranked Utah squad and took an 80-G3 decision. Westmont defeated Fresno State, 52-76, a few hours after Fresno had been chosen the na (ion's ninth-ranked small school team. Gerry Cook, a 6 foot 8 inch transfer from Utah, led Hawaii with 30 big points against his old teammates. Arnold Kaliszewski also helped the Rainbows as he came off the bench to pump in 12 points in the fi nal seven minutes. Bill O'Dcll was the hero at Santa Barbara, as he bombed 29 points for Westmont. Maurice Talbot sank 27 points to pace the losers. Elsewhere Tuesday nigbt. Los Angeles Pacific outscored Azusa 79-64 as two of the West's best small college performers had good nights. Keith Stroup hooped 29 for the winners and Gary Prestesater 24 for the losers. George Looper's 22 points led Redlands past Pomona 71-66, and Paul Ellsworth meshed 24 as Fullerton downed Orange Coast. 60-51. 'threw Millar out of the game I for trying to injure another j player. Vancouver wound up ; winning the contest, 5-1, to , move within one point of fifth : place and four points of second j place. San Francisco moved into a tic for third with Portland, a point behind Los Angeles, with a 5-3 decision over the Bucks Bob Kelley improved Stock car drivers prep at Riverside it. He drew a roughing call at 9:49 of the final period after swinging his stick at Trent Beatty. Eight minutes later, Millar high-sticked Beatty and tore after him again. He dumped an official during this outburst and drew higbsticking and roughing penalties as well as a 10-minute misconduct. With the Canucks leading 4-1, center Dave Duke chased a loose puck into the Denver zone. Millar came out of his cage and thc two collided. Duke managed to push the puck into the open net while Millar swung his stick fiercely at Duke, resulting in a 10-stitch cut behind the right I Tuesday, 27 of the 5t entries car and causing Millar's ejec-|had passed the technical inspec tion. TWO — Bulldog guord Gary Smith leaves the floor os he puts one through the hoop against Pomona Sagehens last night as the University of Redlands gained a 71-66 win. The victory was the second straight in conference play for coach tee Fulmer's Bulldogs. (Photo by Rick Wiedman) RIVERSIDE (UPI)-Stock car drivers from around the nation drove their cars over the Riverside Raceway today in preparation for the $65,000 Riverside 500-mile Grand National Sun- Sunday. Palmer favored in Bing Crosby golf tourney Owners to reject Finley's bid NEW YORK (UPI) — Amerl- can League club owners Thursday will turn down the bid ot Charles O. Finley to transfer his Kansas City Athletics to Louisville, Ky. They hope to do it amicably, trusting that their refusal will not result in any law suit which would challenge the constitutionality of the system under which organized baseball has operated since its inception in 1876. "There isn't a chance that his request for a transfer will be granted," said one of the club . owners, who asked not to be named. "I will stake my franchise on one prediction: "He will receive one vote — his own." Needs Seven Votes It would take the favorable vote of seven other club owners to shift the Athletics to Louisville. There was no doubt but what Finley's recent antics had embarrassed the American League, and all of baseball. But in turning down his application for the move the club owners hope to do it in a way which will keep thc matter out of court. Baseball always has feared that a court suit might result ia throwing out thc reserve clause, without which it could not operate at a profit. The reserve clause binds a player to his club and he has no say on. where he plays. The club he signs with decides that. "We are hoping Mr. Finley will do the right thing and accept the refusal as the considered judgment of what we club owners deem to be in the best interests of baseball," this American League source said. "We do not want to go to court — but if we must we will. The only thing that is sure right now is that the Athletics will play ball in Kansas City this coming season." No Sign Of Support Finley got into a hassle with Kansas City over the lease of the Municipal Stadium, where the Athletics have played since they were transferred from Philadelphia in 1955. When he was unable to come to a new agreement with the city council of Kansas City he went to Louisville and signed a WHL standings Denver Los Angls Portland San Fran Seattle Vancouver W L 28 12 18 18 17 21 18 21 16 20 16 21 T Prs GF CA 2 58 167 104 39 109 137 38 132 139 38 126 149 36 132 131 35 130 136 I INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI) Veteran sportscaster Bob Kelley, who suffered a heart attack Sunday while broadcasting the All-Star Pro Football Bowl game, was reported "definitely improved" today by Daniel Freeman Hospital. Kelley was still listed in critical condition, but attendants at the hospital said he had been moved to a private room and taken out of the cardiac section. Kelley was doing a play-byplay broadcast for a Los Angeles radio station when the attack occurred. He was given oxygen in the Coliseum press box and then taken to the hospital. Should Millar be sidelined for la while, the rest of the league might be able to dent Denver's 19-point lead a bit. The Seal victory over Port land was a bit more sedate al though San Francisco confounded tradition by scoring two of their goals when they were a man light. Five different Seals registered goals with Gerry Brisson meshing the key tally that broke a 2-2 tie. Portland had won six out of seven before the game.. In action tonight, Portland is at Los Angeles and Denver at Seattle. AFL players organize SAN DIEGO (UPI) —Player representatives of the eight American Football League teams officially formed a players association Tuesday night, elected officers and outlined a program. Their first objective is a meeting here Friday with AFL club owners to urge establishment of a meeting here Friday with AFL club owners to urge establishment of a family medical plan and pension fund for players comparable to those in the rival National Football League. Tom Addison, Boston linebacker, was named first president of the AFL Players Association. Jack Kemp, Buffalo quarterback, was named vice president, and Jim Tyrer, Kansas City tackle, secretary - treasurer. PEBBLE BEACH. Calif. (UPI) — The $50,000 Bing Crosby National Pro-Amateur golf;two year contract for the Ath- tournament gets underway to-ietics to play there, day over the wind-blown Peb-j Un(]cr basebaU , aw a trans . be Beach Cypress Point and fer of a - or , e franchise .Monterey Country Club courses ,„ ._„»•.-_ „,,,. ,.. h :-i, During the practice session I with ArnoId Palmer (who clse?) ^"S^^^^ ments, is permissible provided Palmer arrived here from tion and were on the track. Time trials to determine the first 10 starting positions begin Thursday. Blades take on Buckaroos LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Los A n g e 1 e s Blades, playing without defenseman Frank Arnett, take on the Portland Buckaroos tonight in the Sports Arena. Arnett was suspended indefinitely Tuesday for insubordination. Blade coach Alf Pike said after the incident that Arnett would be put up for trade. Arnett and Pike had been having trouble all season, and it finally came to a head Tuesday during a practice session. The Blades, now in second place in the Western Hockey League, have played the Bucks seven times this season, winning three, losing three and tying one. Stan Maxwell and Bill Burega, who have been injured, will be back in the Blade lineup for tonight's game. I Liston works out again LAS VEGAS, Ncv. (UPI) Heavyweight champion Sonny Liston worked out again today, going through several rounds of sparring and about 10 rounds of various other exercises in preparation for his Feb. 25 bout with Cassius Clay. In Monday's sparring session, Liston decked Jesse Bowdry in the second round, and when Bowdry finally got up he said he "was glad the champ pulled that punch a little bit." Liston said he planned to depart for Miami, site of the title bout, about Jan. 25, possibly stopping off for a couple of days in Denver. In Chicago Tuesday, Ben Bentley, publicity director for Liston, resigned following an argument over local closed circuit television rights for the upcoming fight. j Bentley said he had been promised the television rights and then they had been given to someone else. Kopay signs with '49ers SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Dave Kopay, 206-pound captain of Washington's Rose Bowl squad, was signed Monday by the San Francisco Forty Niners as a free agent. The handyman halfback was the J2th player to be signed by the San Franciscans this year. Las Vegas Tuesday, flying his own airplane. "My cold has just about cleared up and I'm hitting the ball well again." he said. "That 66 in thc final round of the San Diego helps." It was in the Crosby tourna ment last year that Palmer's money-winning streak ended He has been in thc money in every tournament since. As always, this tournament attracts the great names in show business and sports as well as the golfing world. Jim my Brown, the great fullback of the Cleveland Browns, will be making his first appearance He's playing in the same foursome with another all-time grid great—Ernie Nevers. Pitcher Don Drysdale, end Del Shofner, quarterback greats Johnny Lujack and Frankie Albert, outfielder Albie Pearson and San Francisco Giants Manager Alvin Dark are included among the others. Thc entertainment world is putting on display actors Fred MacMurray, Bob Wilkie, Ray Milland, Dennis O'Keefe, Tennessee Ernie Ford. Bob Sterling, Phil Harris and Donald O'Connor; and singers John Raitt. Howard Keel and Dennis Morgan. Corcoran would revise Ryder play By HAL WOOD UPI Sports Writer PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (UPI)—The Ryder Cup competition, under present rules, has outlived its usefulness and should be revised, Fred Corcoran, tournament chairman of the International Golf Association, said today. "When the competition first was established in 1927," said Corcoran, "the United States and the British Isles were the only countries with good golfers. "Now there are 38 countries getting set to compete in the next IGA tournament, which will be held on the Island of! Maui in Hawaii in December." Corcoran doesn't recommend abandoning the Ryder Cup matches. But he points out that the British Isles no longer give the Americans a fair battle. The British have won the competition only once since World War II. "What they should do is revise thc rules so that the United States w o u I d be pitted against the British Empire." said Corcoran. "That would probably be the greatest competition you possibly would get to see. It's an event that I'd even pay to watch." If such a formula was set up, it would be one in which the United States probably would be the underdog for a change. Take a look at the players who would be made available to the British side: Gary Player and Retief Willman of South Africa; Peter Thomson, Kel Nagle, Bruce Crampton and Bruce Devlin of Australia; Al Balding and Stan Leonard of Canada, plus such great performers from thc British Isles as Peter Allis, Neil Coles, Bernard and Geoffrey Hunt, Dave Thomas, George WiU and Harry Weetman of England and Christy O'Connor of Ireland. The United States would coun­ ter with the likes of Arnold Palmer, Julius Boros, Jack Nicklaus (when he becomes eligible), Gene Littler, Bill Casper, Tony Lema and the rest of the top-notchers. And then it really would be the team matches for the championship of the world. There is no way of knowing right now whether the British team is good enough to beat one from Australia or South Africa, let alone the United States. Of course, the British Empire team possibly would be so powerful that there would be no way of telling whether the Yankees could give it a fair scrap H Archer, Mims to meet Feb. 7 NEW YORK (UPI) — Middleweights Joey Archer of New- York and Holly Mims of Wash ington, D.C., were signed Monday for a 10-round nationally televised bout at Madison Square Garden Feb. 7. The Garden also announced that lightweights Frankie Narvaez of New York and Luis Molina of San Jose, Calif., will meet in a televised bout Feb. 14. The Feb. 21 date was filled with welterweights Vince Shomo of New York and Stan Harrington of Honolulu. Lakers meet Hawks tonight St. Louis, (UPI)—The Los Angeles Lakers, leading the Western D i v i s i o n of the National Basketball Association, meet the second-place St. Louis Hawks tonight in the first of four road ames. The Lakers, who have lost tbeir last two games, will be led by Elgin Baylor and Jerry West, who have been averaging 54 points a game between them. the city has no organized baseball and that permission is obtained from the league prior to Feb. 1 of that year. Finley signed the contract with Louisville authorities without league approval to shift his franchise. San Diego falls heir to free fishing reef Artificial fishing reefs are ex-: pensive, and ordinarily they are carefully planned and budgeted. San Diego County, however, last week fell heir to an entirely free, completely unplanned but nonetheless welcome fishing reef consisting of 1.800 tons of quarry rock worth about S10.000. The rocks were dumped overboard accidentally from a barge less than one-balf mile offshore and about one-half mile north of their original destination, the new Imperial Beach public fishing pier, which was financed jointly by California's Wildlife Conservation Board and the city of Imperial Beach. Plans called for the construction of an artificial reef at the pier to improve fishing. The WCB had allocated $25,000 to this project. The first load of quarry rock", about 1,800 tons, was loaded on a barge at Catalina Island by the contractor last Tuesday and started off on its trip to Imperial Beach. A high sea was running, and the barge began to list and take on water on the way over. About a half mile from the pier, the list became pretty bad, the load of rocks shifted to starboard, and all 1,800 ton:; fell overboard in 40 to 50 feet of water. The accidentally created reef, now marked by an orange-and- white buoy, is expected to be boon to sport fisherman in small boats. Installation of t h e Imperial Beach fishing pier reef, with its original allotment of about 4,000 tons of quarry rock, is scheduled for completion this week. NOW YOU KNOW By United Press International Hanging in ancient days was not a form of execution but regarded as a mark of indignity practiced on the lifeless forma of criminals, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica.

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