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U. R., Oxy both 2-0, meet tonight University of Redlands Bulldogs and Occidental's Tigers collide tonight with the winner emerging as the SCIAC basketball leader with a 3-0 record. Coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldogs and Oxy have identical 2-0 records. The UR hoopsters will be playing in the Tigers den like gym starting at 8:30 p.m. Oxy, winner over Claremont- Mudd by a "8-70 margin, could rank as a slight favorite but the Bulldogs are expected to be on top when the final horn blows tonight. The other conference will have Claremont-Mudd meeting winless Cal Tech at Pasadena tonight in the only other SCIAC game scheduled this weekend. Redlands will have to stop the third and fifth leading scorers in conference standings to win tonight. Oxy's Duane Hunter, third, is averaging 18 points per game and Dave Sell, fifth, has been hitting at a 14.0 clip. j The Bulldogs will be counter-! ing with guard Gary Smith andj forward Gary Loper who both I arc averaging 12.5 points for! two games. Filling out the URJ five will be Dick Fisher at cen-j tcr, dave Mohs at the other | guard and George Ncwmyer atj forward. Forward Bob Engbergl is expected to play tonight fori the first time in two games. | SCIAC member Pomona will! tangle with University of Cali-, fornia Riverside tomorrow night in a non-conference clash. SCIAC Standings W. L. PF PA Rcdlands 2 O 133 313 Occidental 2 0 173 128 Claremont-Mudd.2 1 225 216 Whittier l 2 207 214 Pomona 0 2 133 158 : Cal Tech 0 2 123 165|(UP1) — A week-long Monte Tonight's Schedule j Carlo auto rally opens today Redlands at Occidental. I with 313 racing cars converging Claremont-Mudd at Cal Tech. Ion this little European capital — : from nine starting points. Heidelberg ' Tlie *' rst cars besiD leav ' 0 ^ roadster wins Morrow honors ARNIE'S ARMY — Several hundred Arnold Palmer fans watch him tee off in the opening round of the Bing Crosby Pro-Am tourney Thursday at Cypress Point. Palmer could do no bet ter than a par 72. (UPI Telephoto) 313 racing cars converge on Monte Carlo MONTE CARLO, Monaco Colton's Morrow Drag Strip returned to action Sunday, after a weeks lull due to winds, and the Heidelberg Class B fuel roadster from Highland captured the top eliminator honors and the $50 government bond. The Chevrolet 301 T-roadster from Oslo about 12:16 p.m. EST, followed by starters in Athens, Warsaw, Glasgow. Minsk, Frankfurt, Lisbon and Paris. The last cars leave on a round trip from Monte Carlo itself at 11:42 p.m. EST. All roads from the nine starting points lead to Rheims, a French city that is the hub for a common road south to Monaco. An early forecast of snow and ice along the route in Tne cnevroici oui. i-iuiuo^i.,'— r — owned by Dale Hoffman and;France was revised and, except Glenn Collins, turned 155.98 m.-ffor fog in low-lying areas, road p.m., also gaining low elapsed iconditions were expected to be time of 9.50 seconds for the quar-' excellent, ter mile. | High powered vehicles, in The Heidelberg job will re-:eluding the big American cars turn for this Sunday's m e e t. ( and Mercedes and Cilroens. which runs from 9 a.m. to dusk I were given better changes of at the strip two miles west of j finishing with a minimum num Colton. but it may have trouble jber of penalty points, repeating against the crack field I The first cars should arrive at Rheims early Monday and bv late afternoon all entries should be rolling south. It's about a 24-hour run from Rheims to Monte Carlo. that is expected. Street eliminator bond winner was Jon Giardina's 1963 super- stock Plymouth from Arlington, which turned 108.00 mph w i t ii an E T of 13 seconds. Leading the motorcycles was Jerry Andrade of Los Angeles, whose BSA hit 111.22 and 12.15. Danny Clark of Riverside topped the Class B entries in competition coupes at 124.36 and 13.46. Lloyd Stewart of Fontana led the altered Stocks, at 108.98 and SAN DIEGO (UPI)—Bud Ad 13.16; J. N. Speed Center of Riv- ams, owner of the Houston Oil- crside, led the D gas at 108.501 ers. says the two professional Balding leads pack in Bing Crosby tourney PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (UPI) — The $60,000 Bing Crosby National Pro-Amateur golf classic boasted a distinct international flavor today with Canadian Ai Balding leading the pack and a Londoner, a New! Zealander and American Bobbie Nichols close on his heels. Balding, playing one of his finest rounds in years, seized the first round lead Thursday with a six-under-par 66 — one shot better than 67s turned in by England's Geoffrey Hunt and Nichols and another stroke ahead of left-h a n d e r Bob Charles of New Zealand. The four pre-tournament favorites — Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Art Wall Jr., and Paul Harney — all found the going rough on opening day. Palmer had the best score among them — an even par 72 ,at Cypress Point. But 41 play- lers broke par in the first round. Making his first start of 1964, Nicklaus ran into trouble on the fabled 16th hole at Cypress—a picturesque 222-yard par three hole that cuts across an inlet of the ocean. The best Nicklaus could do there was make six after his tee shot sailed onto the beach and his recovery attempt plopped into the ice plant and was unplayable. Harney, who won the Los Angeles Open, skied to a 76. the Stanford, UCLA clash in top game Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Jan. 17, 1964-13 Y. girls swim team in By United Press International Stanford, with its best basketball team since World War II. tonight takes on UCLA, the nation's top-ranked cage power, in the opener of a blue ribbon Big Six series. UCLA has a 4-0 conference j record and a 13-0 mark in overall play. Stanford is 3-1 and 9-2< and has not downed UCLA south' cnuthlflllfl mppt of the Tehachapi Mountains ^ WHIIIIMIIU ,I,6CI th ^ pa 1 t i- 8 games ' j .. J j Redlands VMCA girls swim, The Indians would undoubted-! ming leam wiu nave its first! Iy settle for a split this week -i meet of thc season tomorrow! Redlands rambling Terriers Sf.infSf ffptr owf -vm' > hC , n £ ey COmpete ™ ,he an " ™et Ramona of Riverside to- Bruins in their own g>m. jnua i Southern California Y „,-„., at 0 „ m „„,„.,„ The games mil also provide; GirIs Rdav Championships at mght at 8 pm ' on the Rams a showcase for All-America can-; jjjg j ack K ramer Tennis and court - T be junior varsity game didates Gail Goodrich and Walt [swimming club at Rolling Hills, will start at 6:30 p.m. Hazzard of the Bruins and tall; Coach Bill shawver will have Coach Al Endeman's Terrier Tom Dose of the Indians. The, 35 members of his team en-;hoop squad will be out to con- Bruins also have an underrated tered m the championships. Thetinue in its league leading spot r- ._ f C ! t J I a. U ' I • t n t • " nr% "*»rtmc tin RomgrriinA FVlth nfP Undefeated in CBL, Terriers take on Ramona performer in 6 foot 5. 230-pound Fred Slaughter. His strength under the boards helps make up for the Bruins lack of height. UCLA and Stanford tied for regular dual meet season begins'with San Bernardino, both are Feb. 1st with the team meet-!4 .0, with a victory over coach ing Burbank. |Tom Williams' Ramona five. Any girl wishing to try out: WhiIe R ed lands invades the ."^".rr," -V ior lhe lcam should re P° rt t0 Ramona gvm the San Bernar- the Big_Six title last year and,the practice sessions on Mon- dino leam goes to Fontana with the Brums took a 51-4o pla.voff day from 6-7 p.m. or Wednes- an easy win for the Cardinals nctory for the right to compete:day evening at 6:30. Wes Ogle.:^ view in the NCAA tournament. i physical director said Stanford coach Howie Dallmar says his team is out fori revenge for last year's playoff loss. "We're ready as we'll ever be." he said. I « L li * California (3-1) also journeys! (,0 ()Cfl6!ld III | Yucaipa plays Record signup for Optimist tennis program The Rcdlands Optimist Club Junior Tennis Program completed the second week of the new vear with a record sign-up and geies upen, snieu iu a ID. mn ..... . „ . • lame score recorded by Wall, participation by all juniors, who was last week's winner at The problem now is one San Diego. of taking care of all the pros- Balding ran down five birdiei pcctivc tennis p i aycrs that hav« putts ranging in distance from; - - southward to take on USC (1-3) and Washington (1-3) battles Washington State (0-4) in more Big SLx action. The West Coast Athletic Conference is idle this weekend because of examinations. Other games include Oregon State at Oregon and Idaho at Seattle in a pair of big Northwest inde-| gvm varsity play gets under pendent battles. Pepperdine is: w ' av at 8 pm . at Los Angeles State. ' - • •• • one foot to 22 feet and he scored an eagle three on the 475-yard 10th hole with a tremendous two-iron second shot [signed up for the second ses sion. A total of 25 girls under the direction of Ruth Colley practice at Cope. A group of 46 to within a foot of the pin j b under the direction of Fe In the race for the ,2-holej / ,. J „_ u T medal prize among the professionals, there was a big traffic jam in the 69 bracket. In the pro-amateur division in which celebrities are paired with the professionals, the best ball leaders going into the second round were veteran Mike Fetchick and former California! Amateur champion Charlie Sea-' ver of Fresno with a 58. Seaver helped his partner to the tune of 12 shots. key game Yucaipa High Thunderbirds may have a straight shot at the Desert Valley League basketball title if they can get past Coachella high tonight in the Arabs 0 246 0 PA 172 Coachella lost its DVL opener Common draft for grid pros urged and 13.10; while Harvey Kaplan of West Covina the sports cars at 105.36 and 14.15. Rams sign Miami tackle LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Los Angeles Rams have signed Rowland Benson, 6 foot 3. 255 pound University of Miami tackle. The Rams chose Benson as a fifth round future last year. Their scouting reports rated him tops in agility and speed, and it was expected he would be used on offense. The actual signing was done by Jim David, Southern area; Ram scout. Benson also was drafted as a future by Houston of the American Football League. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads football leagues better reach an agreement for a .common draft to cut bonus costs. 'Bill Truax, rookie end signed by Cleveland, will make more money than Jim Brown next season," Adams said in an interview Thursday at the annual American Football League meeting. Adams also said he planned to shift former All American halfback Billy Cannon to split end next year. He said the defense had been double teaming Charlie Hennigan and that the Oilers hadn't had a fast split end since Bill Gronan. LUBE ROOM topics By DICK ANDERSON Besides anti-freeie, winterizing also includes checking your cooling system, radiator, electrical system, battery, oil change, and lube job. And, of course, carry these chains. DICK ANDERSON'S Top track stars converge on LA. LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Many of the world's top track and field performers converged on Los Angeles today for the fifth annual Invitational Indoor meet Saturday night at the Sports Arena. Included among the champions scheduled to participate in the meet on the boards werej Bob Hayes, holder of the 100-' yard dash mark of 9.1 seconds who will be gunning for the indoor mark in the 60 yard dash; John Pennel, the 17-foot pole vaulter; distance runner Gaston Roelants of Belgium; shotputter Dallas Long and numerous others. Chuvalo meets Folley on TV CLEVELAND (UPI)—George Chuvalo, heavyweight king of Canada, risks a six-bout unbeaten string tonight when he clashes with highly ranked Zora Folley in a national televised 10-round battle. A by-product of this tangle between a couple of sluggers who like to put their opponents to sleep may be a shot at heavyweight champ Sonny Listen. Chuvalo, 26, Toronto, is ninth ranked among the heavies. He is a hard puncher who has compiled a 25-7-2 record. The rugged Chuvalo has knocked out 19 opponents and still has to be floored. Folley, Phoenix, Ariz., is a 12-ycar veteran of the ring. The 31-year-old father of seven is sixth ranked and at one time ( was the No. 1 challenger while |Floyd Patterson was reigning as king of the heavies. Folley is no slouch when it comes to throwing the KO punch. He has knocked out 36 foes. His record is a glittering 63-6-5. pie Verdieck and Bob Leonard conduct their matches at the University, and the balance, 98 last Saturday, are receiving their instruction at the High school. With a total of 158 students in attendance last Saturday, the chances appear good that Tennis has a good start in Redlands. The adults are also in the picture from the results shown of a count taken last Sunday of the three court sites in town. At 3 p.m., a total of 105 tennis players were counted either playing or waiting for the opportunity to play at Cope, the High School and University. Results of singles matches played among the girls were as RIVERSIDE (UPD-Some of,follows: Peggy Schoen def. Jill At Pocatello, Idaho State star; and , Uce this week Art Crump was suspended from an(] wU1 be lookin for an the earn for the rest of the se-j win over coach Kent H ayden's mester so that he could try to ThunderbWg- hike up his grades. School off 1-[ - -• cials will review his marks then to decide if he can return. Crump, the nation's 10th leading scorer last year, was hitting about 22 points per contest this season. In action Thursday night, San Diego State dumped Whittier, 81-75, as Larry Willis hit 21. Arizona State, which usually waltzes into the Western Athletic Conference title and thereby lands in the NCAA tourney, won't find the going so easy this year. Wyoming took the Sun Devils, 87-82, in the conference opener for both squads Thursday night. New Mexico edged Arizona, 59-50, in more WAC action. New Mexico, now 12-2, could edge out Arizona State this season. Indio and Palm Springs, both victors in the first league contest meet tonight at Palm Springs and Twentynine Palms visits Banning in the other game tonight. Desert Valley League Varsity Basketball W. L. PF PA Yucaipa 1 Palm Springs .. 1 Indio 1 29 Palms 0 Coachella 0 Banning 0 Tonight's Schedule Yucaipa at Coachella. Twentynine Palms at Banning Indio at Palm Springs. Starting for Rcdlands will be Jim Gardner. Tom McCutchcon and Bob Molenkamp as the front three and running from the guard spots will be Hank Mercado and Ray Hurt with Gary Crowther expected to gain some playing time. Citrus Belt League Varsity Basketball W. L. PF Redlands 4 San Bernardino .. 4 Fontana 2 Riverside 2 Ramona 2 Chaffey 1 Colton 0 Pacific 0 Tonight's Schedule Pacific at Chaffey. San Bernardino at Fontana. Riverside at Colton. Redlands at Ramona. (Class B at 6:30, varsity at 8) 61 59 55 55 51 47 55 297 208 182 165 216 238 257 234 236 258 122 198 215 288 UCLA, Stanford dominate stats Top drivers shoot at Riverside mark the biggest names in auto rac ing today take their best shots at a Riverside speedway record qualifying time of 102.434 miles an hour posted Thursday by Fred Lorenzen of Elmhurst, III. Lorenzen topped a list of 10 lualifiers for Sunday's $65,000 500 - mile stock car race with his record - shattering performance over the 2.7-mile course in a 1964 Ford. Scheduled to take the course today for qualifying runs were such famed Indianapolis and stock car champions as Parnelli Jones, A.J. Foyt, Troy Ruttman, Joe Weatherly, Glen Roberts and Paul Goldsmith, whose qualifying mark was shattered by Lorenzen.. WHL standings W L T Pts CF GA Denver 28 13 2 58 169 113 Los Angls 19 18 3 41 113 139 San Fran 18 21 2 38 126 149 Seattle 17 20 4 38 141 133 Portland 17 22 4 38 134 143 Vancouver 16 21 3 35 130 136 Thursday's Results No games scheduled Friday's Schedule Denver at San Francisco Los Angeles at Vancouver Joey Giardello signs with promoter PATERSON, N.J. (UPI) Middleweight champion Joey Giardello has signed with the brand new Nationwide Sports Promotions, Inc., for all of his fights and personal appearances, promoter Lou Duva of Pat erson announced today. , Duva is president of the new I corporation which filed its pa pers in Philadelphia Thursday Giardelio's Philadelphia attorneys, Michael Del Collo and Don D'Auglu, are treasurer and secretary, respectively, Duva explained. After Giardello of Cherry Hill, N.J., goes through with his already contracted non-title fight against light heavyweight Herschel Jacobs at the Paterson Armory for Duva on Feb. ,8, they will consider "several ($100,000 offers," Duva said. Outstanding chaUengers are Joey Archer of New York [and Rubin (Hurricane) Carter of Patcrson. Also ex-champions Dick Tiger of Nigeria and Terry Downes of England. Liston slates 19th workout LAS VEGAS. Nov. (UPI) — Sonny Liston has another routine workout set for today—his 19th workout in 21 days. The champion, preparing for his title bout next month against Cassius Clay, went 13 rounds Thursday in what was termed routine day. He did three rounds with sparring partner Jesse Bowdry and 10 rounds of exercise. Whittier dumps San Diego State SAN DIEGO (UPI)—San Diego State College, held scoreless in the last period Thursday night while Whittier College rang up 10 points to tie the score, pulled away to win 8175. The winners broke a 69 - 69 tie when, with 5:30 left in the game, Larry Meek was put back into the game. He'd been benched with four fouls. Ha wes 6-4; Kathy Gearhart def Lori Keefe 6-4; Debbie Van def. Claire Curran 7-5; Carol Gaston def. Betty Hinkle 6-5; Peggy Schoen def. Donna Gibson 6-2. Singles matches among the boys had Dean Tharaldson def. Chris Hardy 6-4; John Jimenez def. Steve Johnson 8-6; David Bohrnstcdt attained the number one player boy status with a 6 4 win over Ricky Gearhart; Ian Davis def. Gary Palmer 6-3; Keith Johnson def. John Buffington 6-2; Charles Eadie def. (Ted Hill 7-5; Greg Hardy def. Lon Tharaldson 6-3; John Run- die def. Larry Eckrote 6-2; Don Dickey def. Larry Eckrote 6-4; Bruce Billhardt def. Don Dickey 6-4; Jack Larson def. Dick Cook 7-5; Mark Miles returned to the program after a years absence and def. Darrel Friar 6-1. Two other boys, T i m Marshburn and Steve Ball also reported for the first time this year. It is with considerable reluc tance that the announcement must be made that no additional I Beginners can be taken during (this current instructional period. There is insufficient room to carry on the instruction as well as a limited supply of instruct ors. I Instruction will continue for the Beginners at the High School from 9 to 11 a.m. The top 12 boys and girls will compete in Round Robin mixed doubles matches at Cope and the University. It is also planned to contact the San Bernardino Optimist Club to arrange a series of matches with them in the near future Bryant to seek S10-million in Post libel suit BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)— Alabama Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant will seek the full $10- million in his suit against the Curtis Publishing Co., attorney Francis H. Hare said Thursday. Thc attorney, retained this week by Bryant, said a federal judge's order reducing the amount of the judgment won by former Georgia Athletic Director Wally Butts would have no effect on Bryant's suit. "We have an entirely different situation here and that ac- L.A. Open Golf sponsors, PGA far apart LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Sponsors of the Los Angeles Open Golf Tournament and the PGA are still far apart in settling their differences. PGA tournament manager Jim Gasquin, en route to the Pebble Beach tourney, said Thursday that the PGA would continue to require PGA approval of players entering the Los Angeles event. The sponsoring Junior Cham ber of Commerce had wanted full open status but was permitted to choose only seven ex empt spots—that is. it was al Iowedto choose seven players SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — .Stanford and UCLA dominate 61 [latest official Big Six basketball 59 [statistics. Gail Goodrich of the Bruins has hit 88 points for an average of 22 points per contest. Then come Stanford's Tom Dose (18.8) and Bruins Walt Hazzard (18.5) and Jack Hirsch (17.8). Washington State's Ted Werner has grabbed .165 of all available rebounds to lead that department. Stanford's Clayton Raaka (.135) and Dose follow. USC soph bill Westphal has hit 9 of 13 shots for a league- leading .692 mark and Washington's Steve Wislon is the top free throw artist with 18 out o/ 21 for .857. UCLA leads team statistics in offense (92 points per game), rebounds (57 per cent), and field goal accuracy (45 per cent). Stanford has the best defense f55 points per game) and Washington leads in free throws (.733). on its own. "We feel we must control the quality of the individual play- tion ought not to influence aj mg on tne tour," Gasquin ex- jury in Alabama," Hare said. Bryant and Butts each sued for SlO-million because of a Saturday Evening Post article charging they attempted to rig the 1962 Alabama-Georgia football game. Butts won a $3.6-million judgment but was told by U.S. Judge Lewis Morgan in Atlanta that he must accept only [$460,000 or face a new trial. Bryant's suit is scheduled to be tried here Feb. 10. plained. He said players receive PGA cards when they show high skill and financial responsibility and that future contracts would have a clause calling for only PGA-approved players Texans enter Boston meet BOSTON (UPI)—Texas Southern University will send its highly respected relay team to the 75th Boston AA track meet, Feb. 1. Will Cloney. director of the meet, said the Texans would probably be matched against the defending national champions from Maryland State. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Agree to fight FLORENCE, Italy (UPI)— Alessandro Mazzinghi, world 1 junior middleweight boxing champion of Italy, Thursday night agreed in principle to a bout against Gaspar Ortega in Juarez, Mexico, probably in June. Bob Kelley improved INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI)— Bob Kelley, veteran sportscaster, may be released from Daniel Freeman Hospital this weekend, it was reported today. Kelley, who suffered a heart attack while covering the Pro Bowl game last Sunday, improved steadily this week and was moved Thursday from the cardiac unit into a private room. His condition was termed sat isfactory. He was in critical condition when he entered the hospital. Belgian runner finds change in climate LOS ANGELES (UPI) —Belgian distance runner Gaston Roelants planned to arise early today and run 25 miles in preparation for Saturday's Invitational Indoor Track Meet. Roelants arrived late Thursday night via SAS polar flight and noticed a chance in the weather. "It should be a pleasant change to slogging down foot- deep snow drifts at home in Brussels," he said. "I have been looking forward for a long time to coming to California and to running on your indoor tracks." Lortscher signs MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL (UPI) — Dennis Lortscher, an 18-year-old righthanded pitcher, signed his 1964 contract with the Minnesota Twins Thursday. 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