Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 23, 1964 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts 8 - Thiirs, hn. 23,19H Terriers take on Fontana Friday night Rcdlands high Terriers wrap up the first half of Citrus Belt League play tomorrow night when they host Fontana Steel- crs in Terrier gym. Varsity game time is 8 p.m. with the two B basketball teams starting! at 6:30 p.m. | Coach Al Endeman's Redlands five will be out to demolish the Steelers for a 6-0 mark in the first round. The Terriers victory over San Bernardino on Tuesday gave them the undisputed CBL lead and a 14-4 season record. Fontana has a 2-3 itfark in league play and shouldn't prove to be loo tough against Redlands unless the Terriers experience a slump. Starting for Redlands will be the big three up front, Jim Gardner and Bob Molenkamp at the forwards and Tom McCutcheon at center. Ray Hurt and Hank Mercado will be at the guard spots. McCutcheon is in second place in the CBL scoring race behind Ernie Powell of SBHS. McCutcheon is averaging 17.8 points per game. Gardner is in fourth with a 17.0 average. CIF The California Interscholastic Federation top 10 basketball poll which was voted on before the Redlands-San Bernardino game ranked the Cardinals in the number two spot behind Long Beach Poly. Something that should change by next weeks tabulation. Redlands was out of the top 10 in 14th place. Third in the poll was Pius X then Pasadena, Pomona, Western, Glendale, Ventura, Dominguez, La Habra. Out of the first 10 were Covina and Keppel in 11th, Leuzinger and Alhambra, 12th; North Torrance, 13th; and then the Terriers. Other CBL first round finish games tomorrow night will have San Bernardino hosting Ramona, Chaffey at Colton and Pacific at Riverside. Cincinnati romps over Celtics 109-92 Ribicoff claims electric carts ruining golf Crack golf field opens in 5. F. mud By United Press International Oscar Robertson's fabulous scoring has turned the Eastern Division of the National Basketball Association into a contest for the first time since the season opened. Robertson scored 38 points Wednesday night to lead Cincin-j NEW YORK (UPI)—Now that;welfare, conceded that a cart is! of favorites, nati to a 109-92 romp over Bos- , hey t {he foot bacfe jn foot .fmc for older persons or those | After a storm-ravaged finish ^ S ^^^\^.^^^^^^^ disabi,Uy but Said "I" Pebble Beach °" Sunday: the Celtics. ;in golf? SAN FRANCISCO fUPD—An international field of golf stars faces up to the weather again today when play opens in the $50,000 Lucky International tournament—with those young- old standbys. Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, in the role DEATH PRINT—Joe Weatherly's stock car hit the wall at more than 100 miles an hour at Riverside, Calif., with such force that its imprint is left on the paint circle. The stock car Grand National Champion was pronounced dead on arrival at At Empire Bowl: Empire High Game — Thelma McCon nell 192, Scries — Ev. Qucssen berry 506. Standings: Save U More 37" j 13>i, Corrines Smart Shop 32-! 23-39 19, Kivett Real Estate 31-20, Hal's Liquors 30-21. Llama Turkey Ranch 29-22, Kerns Market 28, Toppers 39-29, Hill Benders 34'i-33 l i. We Four 34>i-33'.i, Robins Hoods 34ii-33 , .i, Hootenannies 34-34, Slow Starters 3335, Four Restors 31-37, Wistful Four 31-37, Four Pine Cones Freeway Dodgers High Game and Series — Tom Simpson 224, 595, Tem Goddard Kingpetch regains title BANGKOK (UPD — Pone Kingpetch of Thailand regained the world flyweight championship tonight by outpointing defending champion Hiroyuki Ebihara of Japan in their 15-round title bout. 29-22, Huffman Tile Co. 28 '2 - 213 , 583. 25',i, Chemical Exhaust 27'i-| 200 Club — Tom Simpson 224 23>4, Jims Barber Shop 26-25,; Gale Paxton 202, Amos Notting Calimesa Builders 23-28, Rowell'ham 208. Tem Goddard 213. 22-29, Oak Glen Egg Assn. 22 29, La Petite 20-31, Mikes Bar ber Shop 19-32, Morbitzers BBQ 17^-33Vi. Nash Cleaners 14-37. Niters Mixed Four High Game — Joe English 233, Peggy Tate 191, Series — Joe English 593, Peggy Tate 545. 200 Club — Hassie Hensley 217, Jim Hensley 203. Harry Tate 202, Ray Pirrung 223, Joe English 233. Bud Bales 212, George Loomis 222. Standings: Sedgwick Arnegard 37 '.2 -19'.i, Babcock Const. 36-21,; Jacinto and Son 33-24, CWT Rec. Club 33-24, Save U More 30'~ 26'.i, Farmers Ins. 29-28, Nance Engineers 29-28, Corrigan Chev Dutch Kutcher 220, Bob Inman 202. Standings: Gairs Men Shop 37 -20, First American Title 3621, Redlands Three Min. Car Wash 35*i-21'<=, Richies Steak House 30'.s-26'.-s, The Pantry 3027, Dutch Girl 30-27, Emmerson 29-28, Sorcnson Eng. 26-30, Pin- kys 24 , ;-33 'i, Ronda Sussex 2136, Jims Chevron 21 I i -35'.2, Huiskens Sheet Metal 21-36. Wednesday Ladies High Game and series — Helen Sauvage 213, 584. Standings: Ells Belles 47 - 29. Garvcy Motors 45 -31, JoN a n n Dress Shop 42 ',2-33V2, Harolds Shoes 41 ',2 -32 !-2, Sally Shops ron 28-29, The Foursome 27-30,]40 'A .35 'i:, Wayne Gossett 39'.i Bills Douglas 21-36, Duperron 36'i, A and P Auto Parts 36'i- Sprinklers 20-37, Fisherman's 39".i. The Red Barn 33li - 42'=, Retreat 18-39. The Sleepers 31 '.i :-44, Gay 90s Forester Mixed !22' a -53 '.2. High Game — Jim Karr 233. Charlan Gladish 220, Series Paul Bendemire 588, Betty Thompson 540. Delaware given UPI small college trophy WILMINGTON, Del. (UPD- Perfect - record Delaware was presented with a trophy by UPI Sports Editor Leo H. Petersen Wednesday night for being voted the United Press International's small college football champion. Paul Chesmore, captain-tackle of the Blue Hens, accepted the trophy from Petersen at the 15th annual banquet of the Wilmington Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association. Halfback Mike Brown, who sparked the Blue Hens to their eight-game sweep, was co-winner of the "Outstanding Delaware Athlete" award for 1963 along with Vic Zwolak, Villanova's distance runner star. Zwolak won the NCAA and IC4-A cross country championships in additon to the NCAA 3,000 meter steeplechase and the IC4-A mile. Both he and Brown are from Wilmington. It was the Royals' fifth win; over the Celtics in nine games this season. In other games Wednesday night, the Los Angeles Lakers dumped the Detroit Pistons 110101 and the Baltimore Bullets downed the Philadelphia 76ers 124-116. The Royals took the lead over Boston early in the first quarter and were never headed. Boston was playing with out the I services of forward Tom Hein- could have a harmful effect on I and a day at Sacramento spent younger golfers. 'in freezing temperatures, the That's what Sen. Abraham 1 He noted less enthusiasm forjerack field opens in the mud Ribicoff, D-Conn., wants to walking among golfers and I know. Isaid, "it's now become fashion- He claims those electric golf!able to ride into the rough.' cars are ruining the game. j He added that the carts "not Ribicoff, who presented the;only can lead to puffed-out Gold Tee Award to Ben Hogan ( waistlines but to puffed-out Wednesday night at the Nation-;scores as well." here — with the possibility of rain. "This tournament should join the fall tour, when the weather is good in northern California," said Tommy Jacobs after wal- al Golf Awards dinner, ealledj Hogan received the Gold Teeffi J h ^? es £* J£ the cars "the worst hazard to!Award in recognition of bis\ln£ur Zwt the enjoyment of golf since the!courage in overcoming injuries! ,u or „ u . orn reinvention of the sand trap." from a near-fatal automobile! But . m f ^ ""^ *" c few . An ardent golfer himself. Rib-accident in 1949 to come on and i complalnts from ,he tounng icoff. who was the former sec- : win three of his four U.S. Open sohn, who was benched with alretary of health, education and j championships. At Tri City Bowl: Wednesday Scratch Trio High Game and Series — B. Y. adult league games tonight Redlands YMCA Adult basketball games tonight have the Oranges meeting the Tangerines at 7:15 p.m. at the Lemons vs. the Grapefruits at 8:15 p.m. All games are played at the V. Rosters are still open for j persons wishing to play. ! wrenched left knee ! High man for Boston was John Havlicek with 29 points. Los Angeles fell behind Detroit 2-0 in the opening seconds of their game, but came back to score the next 12 points and take the lead for good. Jerry West, who hit for only three points in the first period, ended up with 42 points, playing only 41 minutes of the game. Usually high-scoring Elgin Baylor was held to only 10 points. High man for Detroit was Bailey Howell with 23 points. He was followed by Ray Scott and Bob Ferry, who had 17 each. Walt Bellamy sank 31 points to lead Baltimore over the 76ers. The Bullets pulled into the lead in the opening minutes and Philadelphia could never get closer than eight points. It was the 76ers' fifth straight loss. High man for Philadelphia was Chet Walker with 22 points 200 Club — Jim Kar 233. Paul: Peters 236. 657. Bendemire 209, Charlan Gladish' 200 Club — E. Peters 236, J. 220. Standings: Swing-a-Longs 40 Shop Conveniently Friday Nights 'til 9 WITH THESE REDLANDS MERCHANTS The Harris Company Western Auto Karl's Shoe Store Her Majesty Sally Shops McMahan's Furniture Co. Harry G. Wilson Jewelry Levine's People's Furniture Gabriel Bros. Shoe Store Norn's Yardage Store Herman's Furniture & TV Fowler's, The' Men's Store Nelson-Hales Furniture Gair's Sliger's Clifford Farrar, Jeweler' Howard Smith, Jewelers Colonial Maple House Good's Wearing Apparel Woolworth's THERE'S ALWAYS AMPLE FREE PARKING FRIDAY NIGHTS Coleman 200, D. Shockley 209 Standings: Mikes Barber Shop 9-3, A and P Auto Parts 8-4 Beahrs Hinckley 7-5, Woods Rentals 4-S, Team Two 4-8, Team Four 4-8. School recreation leagues open The Redlands Public Schools recreation program got underway this week with the starting of the Girls Volley tennis schedule. Boys basketball action also started. The schools are divided into two leagues for basketball. In the A league are Franklin, Kimberly, Lugonia, and Smiley. Crafton, Kingsbury, Lincoln, McKinley and Mentone are in the B league. An all star basketball game will be played between the two leagues on Feb. 26 on the outdoor court at Redlands High school. Play day at Kimberly Listen goes through routine LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) — Heavyweight champion Sonny Listen went through his daily routine of three rounds of sparring and 12 rounds of exercises today in preparation for his upcoming title bout. Liston, who defends his title against Cassius Clay Feb. 25 in Miami, battered his sparring partner around the ring Wednesday. Several times the session had to be stopped after Liston landed crashing lefts to his partner's body. Spahn to be honored TULSA, Okla. (UPI)—Warren Spahn, the Milwaukee Braves' veteran pitching ace, will be honored Sunday as the Oklahoman who contributed most to major league baseball last season. St. Louis Cardinal Manager Johnny Keane is among those scheduled to participate when Spahn receives the Art Griggs Memorial Award at the annual Diamond Dinner. ABC signs Keiter NEW YORK (UPD-Les Keiter, veteran baseball and boxing sportscaster, has been signed to do the blow-by-blow radio account of the Sonny Liston-Cas The Redlands schools recreation department is sponsoring a play day for all 5th and 6th grade girls Saturday from 9 to 12 noon at Kimberly School. . This is the first play day of; siuus day world heavyweight the year and games such as ; championship bout at JNliami yolley tennis, handball, tetherball, foursquare, various relays and an obstacle course will be included. TERRIER TV SEE & TRY RCA COLOR TELEVISION Authorized RCA Sales & Service 508 Orange PY 3-2743 Fla., on Feb. nounced today. 25, ABC an- Leaves for talks HONOLULU (UPI) — New- York State's Athletic Commission chairman, M e 1 v i n L. Krulewitch, will leave today to confer with boxing officials in the Philippines and Japan. Krulewitch said he will discuss the adoption of uniform rules and regulations by the various boxing federations. WATCH OUT FOR DAMASCUS BARRELS Firing of modern smokeless ammunition in guns with Damascus barrels can be dangerous, according to the National Rifle Association. Until about 1900, most shotgun barrels were made of alternating iron and steel ribbons, twisted and welded together. Such barrels, called Damascus, are softer than present day barrels of rolled or drawn steel and arc not so well adapted for the pressures of smokeless shotgun powders. Basketball games few and far between By United Press International Basketball games are few and far between along the Coast this week as many schools take a between semester break. The week's classiest series opens Friday night at Corvallis, Ore., where Stanford faces Oregon State in a non - conference series between two of the nation's 20 top-ranked teams. Stanford, with one of its strongest teams ever, will have to win one- soon to avoid a mediocre 9-7 record. The Indians dropped a pair to nationally top ranked UCLA last weekend, face the tenth - ranked Beavers twice at Corvallis and then are at 15th ranked Utah Monday. Games tonight include Occidental at Loyola of Los Angeles and Weber at Gonzaga. Other games Friday include Washington State at Oregon and Seattle at Idaho. Meanwhile, latest Big Six sta tistics showed UCLA's Gail Goodrich and Walt Hazzard in one-two ranking with averages of 22.2 and 19.6 points per game. Top scorer in the West Coast Athletic Conserence is Santa Clara's Russ Vrankovich with 23.3 points per contest. There were no games in el thcr conference slated this weekend. Swim club to compete at Morningside Redlands Swim Club members will travel to Inglewood to compete in the Morningside AAU Age group meet Saturday and Sunday. Competing in the 7-8 age .bracket will be Karen Martin. 1964 Winter Olympics although | Tne 9 . 10 g roup w jii have Billy U. S. bobsled Coach Stan Ben-| Snawver Tne y.^ age group, ham expressed high hopes for ! w ju have Chris King, Kathyj his team in the games opening 3nawver ji arc Miles, Larry next week. Toboggan rider killed in Olympic accident INNSBRUCK, Austria (UPI) — The death of a British toboggan competitor threw a pall over preparations today for the I Boxer, Bruce Kocsis. Pinky Kazimierz Skrzytccky, 50 of i chambers will swim in the 13-14 Britain, died Wednesday after being injured in a spill while on a practice run. The London County council architect suffered a fractured skull, fractured pelvis, double fracture of the arm and other injuries in the accident Tuesday. His death has been unexpected by doctors since his return to consciousness earlier Wednesday gave rise to the belief he was recovering after emergency surgery. Meanwhile, preparations for the games advanced to the final stages with a total of 380 athletes from 19 countries already on hand. Benham refused to be disillusioned over the Americans' group. The club members have been working out in the University of Redlands pool since November with coach Larry Munz. Bruins dominate Big Six stats SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — UCLA's domination of the Big Six is not only reflected in the standings. Latest league statis tics also show the Bruins dom inating most key departments. Gail Goodrich and Walt Hazzard, the brilliant Bruin back poor showing in recent racingj court duo, are one-two in the tests. None of the three Ameri- league scoring race with 22.2 can two-man bobsleds finished and 19.7 points per game aver- among the top six in Wednes-j a ges respectively. Then come day's runs down the glazed iceix om D 0se 0 f Stanford (17.2), shute at nearby Igls. Ijaclc Hirsch of UCLA (15.5) "There are still a couple of days of training ahead and I am sure my boys will im prove," said Benham. "We have a good chance of winning a medal in the two-man and an excellent chance of a Gold Med al in the four," he insisted. Custom auto fair Feb. 6-9 The wildest dreams of custom car and boat builders will come to life in a carnival of chrome and candy paint at the fourth annual Winternationals Custom Auto Fair, being held February 6-9 at the Great Western Exhibit Center, Atlantic Blvd. at t h e Santa Ana Freeway. More than 250 of the world's most magnificent experimental dream cars, dragsters, hot rods, custom ski boats and motorcy cles will be competing for the oscars" of the customizing world in this the largest custom car show in the nation, presented by the non-profit International Car Club Association. Highlight of the custom spectacular will be the unveiling of the $50,000 super-streamlined "Manta Ray," an all aluminum bodied dream car considered to be one of the most advanced designs ever produced. The car features non-symmetrical styling, a new trend in design expected to be seen on Detroit- built autos in the near future. ORDER JUBILEE EDITION at Facts office. 3 for $1 mailed anywhere'In U.S. Blades take on Seals LOS ANGELES (UPI) —The Los Angeles Blades take on the San Francisco Seals tonight in hopes of repeating the performance of their past two meetings with the bay club. The Blades, in second place in the Western Hockey League, whitewashed the third- place Seals 6-0 the last time out. and Clint Peeples of Washington (14.8). The Bruins also top team statistics in offense (88 points per game, shooting percentage (.450) and rebounds (about 55 per cent). Other league leaders in individual statistics all come from cellar - dwelling Washington State. Byron Vadset has meshed 16 out of 16 from the free throw line for 1.000; Dennis Kloke of Despite rough weather, which I the Cougars has hit 11 of 16 delayed the work, a $25,000 arti-j shots for .688; and Ted Werner ficial fishing reef has been in-:°f Washington State has Imperial Beach reef completed throng of shotmakers. The Harding Park course, which is 6.722 yards long and plays to a par of 36-35—71, has been swept by rainstorms during the past week. The greens are waterlogged and the fairways soggy. During the pro-am. many of the stars were putting with their two-irons to get the ball through the water. Palmer has shown flashes of his championship form after the winter lay-off, but Nicklaus says he is not near his peak. He had a 75 Wednesday. "I'm not playing well," said the Masters and PGA champion. "And I don't think I'll be back on my stick until we reach Phoenix. I don't even expect to do a good job of defending my title at Palm Springs next week." Palmer fooled around the course in even-par 71 Wednesday, but he so inspired his partners that they came in with a best ball of 58. This won Palmer $400 in the pro-am department. Former PGA champion Bob Rosburg, who finished out of the money in the Crosby, captured the pro first prize money of $500 with a three-under-par 68. He has been playing well all this year and knows this course well. Tony Lema, the Crosby winner, had putting troubles on the wet greens and had to settle for a three-over-par 74 in his last tune-up. stalled around the new Imperial Beach public fishing pier, the Department of Fish and Game reported this week. Financed by California's Wildlife Conservation Board, the reef is expected to attract new fish residents to the area and improve angler success for pier fishermen. The $300,000 pier, financed jointly by the WCB and the city of Imperial Beach, was completed and opened to the public last November and has received heavy use. Occasional good catches of perch, halibut and other species have been made but angling generally has been only fair because of the sandy, relatively barren ocean bottom. The new reef was designed to change all that. grabbed .142 of all rebounds to lead that department California has the best defensive record in the loop (56 points per game) and Stanford has the league's best free-throw record (.716) NBA Standings Eastern Division W. Cincinnati 33 Boston 32 Philadelphia 20 New York 15 Western Division W. L. Los Angeles 29 St. Louis 28 San Francisco 25 Baltimore 17 Detroit 11 Wednesday's Results Cincinnati 109 Boston 92 Baltimore 124 Philadelphia 116 Los Angeles 110 Detroit 101 (Only games scheduled) Thursday's Games St. Louis vs. Boston at Providence New York at Baltimore Detroit at San Francisco (Only games scheduled) L. 17 11 25 36 Pet, .660 .744 .444 .294 Pet. .617 .571 .556 .370 .250 WHL standings Denver Los Angls San Fran Seattle Portland Vancouver W L T Pts GF GA 29 15 2 60 179 126 45 121 144 44 141 163 42 159 141 40 142 152 35 136 155 21 19 21 22 19 21 18 23 16 24 Wednesday's Results Denver 5 Portland 2 Thursday's Schedule Los Angeles 'at San Francisco Long demands use of plastic covered shot LOS ANGELES (UPI) —Dallas' Long, who holds the world outdoor shot put record of 65 feet 10V6 inches, may not participate in the Los Angeles Indoor Games Feb. 8 unless he gets permission to use a plastic covered shot. Long said Wednesday he likes the "feel" of the plastic cover better than the conventional leather - covered shot normally used in indoor meets. Lakers take a break LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Los Angeles Lakers took a break today and prepared to meet the San Francisco Warriors Friday night. The Lakers, now two full games in front of second place St. Louis in the Western Division of the National Basketball Association, downed the Detroit Pistons Wednesday night 110101 behind the 42-point performance of Jerry West. The Lakers built up a 58 - 42 lead at halftime and were never in any danger. Aldershot favored ARCADIA (UPI) — Aldershot was the probable favorite today in the featured $10,000 Duarte Purse at Santa Anita Race Track. In Wednesday's featured Los Feliz Stakes, Little Manassa scored a four - length victory over longshot Don Juan. Count Charles was third. The winner paid $10.20 to win.| Twins ask help to solve segregation row MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI) — The Minnesota Twins baseball club, criticized for allowing segregation of its players at its spring training site at Orlando, Fla., has asked a national group to help solve the problem. Calvin Griffith, president of the team, said Wednesday night the Twins have been unable to come up with a solution to the segregated accomodations at Orlando. Griffith made his comments after the Minnesota Council for Civil and Human Rights called for an immediate end to the segregation. The council said "we condemn this segregation policy and implore baseball fans and the management of the Twins to take whatever steps are necessary to have this policy cease." Griffith replied that the team, whose 10-year training contract at Orlando expires after this year's Grapefruit League season, was told last year the segregated policies at the hotel would be eliminated by this year. However, he said, "last September, when we started to make reservations for 1964 spring training, we found that this would not be so." He said the club tried unsuccessfully to force the end of the segregation and then called on the National Commission against Discrimination to help try and solve the problem. Griffith said neither the club nor the commission "has come up with a workable solution." Denver back in business By United Press International The Denver Invaders were back in business in the Western Hockey League race today. Denver snapped a four-game loss streak and looked like the league leaders they are Wednesday night with a sharp 5-2 win at Portland. The Bucks took a 2-1 lead after 20 minutes, but the Invaders broke the game open with three goals in the final stanza. Marty Howe, Larry Kennan and Lou Jankowski hit the deciders after Gordy Redahl had tied the score with the only goal of the second period. Los Angeles is at San Francisco tonight with second place going to the winner.

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