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Fontana here tonight Redlands for lucky high hopes seven win Redlands High Terriers hope to make it lucky seven tonight when they host the Fontana High Steelers in Terrier gym at 8 p.m. The hoop contest is the final in the first round of Citrus Belt League play. Fontana could prove troublesome to coach Al Endeman's league leading Terriers for the Steelers boast three men in the top 11 in league scoring. Big Bill Brantley is averaging 13.4, Ron Walker 13.0 and ex-grid star Gary Berchtold 12.6. Redlands will fire back with the number two scorer, center Tom McCutcheon who is hitting at a 17.8 point clip and the number four man Jim Gardner, 17.0. The Class B game will open the evening of basketball in the RHS gym. Redlands B's, 4-2, are rated a strong favorite over Fohi, 1-4, with the game starting at 6:30 p.m. Redlands will open second round play in the CBL next Friday when they travel to meet Riverside Poly with both varsity and B contests scheduled. Citrus Belt League Varsity Basketball W. L. PF PA Redlands 6 0 350 264 San Bernardino.. 5 1 431 307 Riverside 4 2 349 337 Ramona 3 3 375 350 Fontana 2 3 293 325 Chaffey 2 4 339 370 Colton 1 4 234 307 Pacific 0 6 303 404 Tonight's Schedule Fontana at Redlands. Ramona at SBHS. Pacific at Riverside. Chaffey at Colton. At Empire Bowl: Junior Major High Game — Rich Sepulveda, Red Pool 243, Series — Marion Burk 649. 200 Club — Marion Burk 234, Rich Sepulveda 237, Tom Simpson 209, Clair Lackey 200, Andy Scherrer 200, Don Wheeler 217, Herb Buckmaster 208, Al Otterbeck 213, Paul Reiss 207, Clint Burson 230, Duane Sauvage 206, Sonny Capehart 201, Harold Stevens 213, Everett May 208. Carl Giesc 201. Bud Pool 243, Windy Thompson 201, Herm Schroeder 212, Mel Harshman 226, Norm Parker Jr., 201. Standings: Wayne Gossett Ford 48-12, Trophy Award 3624, Cunninghams Phar. 35V4- 24V4, Gaugh Plumbing 34 - 26, Anderson Union Service 29-31, Sedgwick Arnegard Ins. 28-32, Ells Sheet Metal 27-34, Thelmas Fine 25-35, Team Ten 20V*>-39Mi, Plantes Cabinet Shop 18-42. Special Points — Thelmas Fine 2801, Wayne Gossett Ford 966. Even Dozen High Game — Hal Reynolds 252, Series — George Loomis 581. 200 Club — H. Reynolds 252, J. Mercer 209, C. Hurt 204, W. Woodering 224, G. Loomis 202, C. Thompson 204, E. Guerrero 207, R. Walters 218. Standings: Brookside Dairy 5030, Calif. Water and Tel Two 48-32, Goods Wearing Apparel 48-32, Sanitary Plumbing 45V4- 34V*. U-Rundle Mek A Nix 4535, Pure Gold 45-35, Calif. Water and Tel One 43-37, Inland Septic 42-38, U-Rundle HiFires 41-39, Bills Barber Shop 38-42, Brookside Market 34-46, Boz's Ready Mix 31-49, Mentone Liquors 28-52, Sunset Tile and Roofing ZO'.iSm. Thursday Night Rejects High Game — Dick Weisberg 203, Corine Herring 171, Series — Carl Redmond 548, Virginia Thomas 419. 200 Club — Carl Redmond 200, Dick Weisberg 203. Standings: Tenax Town 37-17. Cunninghams 33-21, Mulders Flying A 31-23, Anodynes 29-25, Jolly Jug 26-28, Jim Glaze 25-29, Sims 22ii-3Hb, Highlanders 22 1 .i- 3H=, Dukes 23-31, Don Hunts 2133. Ortiz begins training LOS ANGELES (UPD —Carlos Ortiz, world lightweight champion, began training today for his Feb. 15 bout at Manila against Asian contender Flash Elorde. Ortiz set up his camp here Thursday to work out for 10 days before flying to Manila. Ortiz said that whiie here he would confer with matchmaker George Parnassus, who is seeking to have him meet featherweight champion Sugar Ramos next summer in a lightweight title bout Teachers High Game — Jim Stanfill 227, Lynn Iverson 162, Series — John Demmon 573, Mary Lou Bailey 427. 200 Club — Chuck Turner 210, Bill Cook 213, Jim Stanfill 227, Ken Hurlburt 220. Standings: 14K Kernels 37-15, Chuckles 32-20, Onnie Kerns 2725, Dillys 27-25, Bridge Tolls 2626, Presidents 26-26, Crafty Ones 24-28, Bawi Keras 23-29, El Flickers 19-33. Tailenders 19-33. Junior Womens Benefit High Game — Norma Cox 203, Series — Georgia Milner 530. 200 Club — Norma Cox 203, Alita Hall 200. Standings: Redlands Plumbing 32-16, Jacinto and Son 29%-18V4, Levines Clothing 29-19, Vans Plumbing 28 - 20, Electronic Wholesale 28 - 20, Brookside Dairy 28-20, Skyberg 261*-21%, Huiskens 25V4-22V4, Carini and Marchese 25-23, Brookside Market 25-23, Emerich and McDow ell 25-23, Astro Real Estate 23V4- 24',*, Audio Visual 22-26, Brookside Beauty 21-27, Balaban 2127, Western Auto 21-27, Citrus Liquor 20-28, Bootery 18-30, Redlands Camera 17-31, Advertiser 17-31. At Tri City Bowl: Tri City Commercial High Game — J. Garrison 210, Series — F. DuChaine 577. 200 Club — F. DuChaine 206, P. Castro 203, J. Hedlund 201, J. Garrison 210. Standings: Blacktoppers 10-6, Diamond D. Ranch 10-6, McKeen Sawmill 9',4-6te, Irvine Equipment 8-8, Van Dorin Darts IVi-ZVi, Wayne Gossett Ford 313. Junior Varsity defeats Fontana team 43-37 By TOM REEDER Redlands Terriers' Junior Varsity edged Fontana yesterday by a 43-37 margin. Three Terriers scored in double figures in the wild contest. Guard Jim Winter, who has averaged 14.0 points per game in his last 5 outings, dumped in precisely that amount in leading the Terriers to the win. Terry Cook accounted for 12 points, and Steve Hagen rang up 10 tallies. The Redlands scoring was completed by Rex McBride's 5 points and free throws by Rich Abrassart and Dick Owens. Waleszonia put in 14 for the Steelers. At half-time, Redlands held a 20-13 lead. The game marked the end of j burg the first round of CBL action. Coach Maurice Fey's Terriers carry a 4-3 league record into the second round, meeting the fast-breaking Riverside Poly team next week at Riverside. $14-$16 million for pro grid TV rights NEW YORK (UPD—The nation's three major television networks were expected to bid between $14 and $16 million today for exclusive two-year rights to the National Football League's regular season games. Although he has four days to make a decision, NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle was expected to announce his choice a few hours after studying the bids. The bids which will be submitted today are for exclusive rights to cover the regular season games of the NFL's 14 teams. The NFL recently signed a $926,000 agreement with NBC for telecasts of the championship game. The league's previous regular season contract was with CBS at a cost of $9.3 million. Lake Placid, Calgary seeking winter Olympics INNSBRUCK, Austria (UPI) — Delegations representing Lake Placid, N.Y., and Calgary, Canada, are doing their politicking early in their efforts to win the 1968 Winter Olympic Games. Both groups are confident they can outbid the other as well as the four other delegations that will present their cases to the voting members of the International Olympic Committee on Jan. 28. The other cities hoping to gain the 1968 games are Grenoble, France; Lahti, Finland; Oslo, Norway, and Sapporo, Japan. Lake Placid hosted the winter games once before, in 1932, and the last Olympics in 1960 was staged at Squaw Valley, Calif. Since the IOC likes to spread the games around, this could work against another American show. However, the New York delegation is using this very point as its chief weapon and hopes to convince the delegates that its huge experience in staging international events would work to the benefit of all concerned. Calgary also hopes to convince the delegates that its huge experience in staging international events would work to the benefit of all concerned. Calgary also hopes to convince the IOC that its site would be the most practical. A lot of factors come into consideration before selecting a site, and often the mere geographical location is the deciding factor. This apparently was the situation which led to the awarding of the 1968 Summer Olympics to Mexico City instead of Detroit. Several IOC delegates explained at the time of the voting in Baden-Baden, Germany, last October: "We all felt it was time Latin America and-or a small nation should get the games." The delegates admitted that Detroit's superb presentation prior to the vote did not influence them one bit and one member even said that Detroit's "very professional job" had "frightened" him. Lema, Don January top S. F. golf SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)— Tony Lema, gunning for his second win in a row, and Don January were the pace-setters today with five under par 66's as the second round of the $50,000 Lucky International golf tournament began. Lema started off with three 1 birdies in a row — two of them on fantastic putts of 20 and 30 feet. He went four under par on the fifth hole with a six footer and picked up a birdie two at Harding Park's tough 11 hole with a 20 foot putt from off the edge of the green. A sixth birdie fell on the four foot putt on the 16th. His only mistake all day was a three putt green from 25 feet. Had No Bogies January had nary a bogey. The tall Texan, whose last tournament victory was at Tucson a year ago, played all pars for seven holes — then caught fire. In the next 11 holes, he racked up five birdies, one coming on a 35-foot chip shot. Close on the heels of the leaders came the always-dangerous Arnold Palmer and young Jerry Steelsmith, both only a shot back at the 67 mark. Palmer, who hasn't been up to his usual form so far this year, showed he is rounding into condition by firing five birdies on his first round. Steelsmith's round was highlighted by an eagle two on a 390 yard, par four hole when he knocked in a full four-iron from 170 yards out. 68 Grouping Grouped at 68 were Bob Ros- Mason Rudolph, George Bayer, Ernie Vossler andi Frank Beard. Jack Nicklaus, the Masters and PGA champion, showed his game is far off its peak by shooting an opening round 74. Nicklaus is making only his second start of the winter. Also in the 74 bracket was Jackie Burke Jr., the defending cham pion in this event. Twenty-nine players broke Harding's par of 71 despite the fact that the 6,722 yard course was soggy from a week-long rain. Among the 69 shooters were Rod Funseth, Ray Floyd, the veteran Jimmy Demaret, Lionel Hebert, Jack Rule, Los Angeles Open winner Paul Harney, Dan Sikes, Jacky Cupit, Doug Sanders, Robert Di Vicenzo of Argentina, Tommy Jacobs and Dave Ragan. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Jan. 24, 1964 - 7 PACE SETTER — Tony Lema, San Leandro pro, hits an iron to the second green in the opening round of the Lucky International Open at Harding park in San Francisco, lema sank the putt for a birdie three to go along with birdies on the first and third holes. Lema, who won the Crosby National Pro-Am last week at Carmel, wound up with a five under par 66 yesterday to tie for the first day lead with Don January. (UPI Telephoto) Bryant's case still set to begin Feb. 10 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)— University of Alabama football Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant's $10 million libel suit against the Saturday Evening Post magazine is still set' to begin Feb. 10 despite an attempt Thursday by attorneys for the magazine to postpone it. U.S. District Judge H. H. Grooms turned down a request by Post lawyers that the trial be delayed until the U.S. Supreme Court could rule on a request for a change of venue. The Post asked Grooms last fall to move the trial elsewhere, claiming that an impartial jury cannot be guaranteed in Birmingham because of the great amount of prejudice against the magazine in this area. No consistency Rodgers hoping to get rocket ascending again SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — "I've been driving gawd-awful for a year now," says Phil Rodgers. "But things are going to get better. I just feel it." Rodgers is the roly-poly, 25- year-old from La Jolla, Calif., who came out of the Marines a couple of years ago to win the Los Angeles Open and the Tucson Open within the space of two months and skyrocket into a place in the sun on the pro tour. But his "rocket" has been in descent ever since. He occasionally gets in a good week of play, but there is no consistency. "I played good for a week when I won the Texas open last April," he says. "And I played good for a week in the British Open, where I lost the title to Bob Charles in that playoff. But I can't get it going regularly." In his first full year on the tour, Rodgers won $32,000 in PGA money. Last year, this slipped to $22,500—plus another $10,000 he picked up for a hole- in-one in the Seattle Open, plus $2,800 in the British Open. In a little more than two years he has won three tournaments—more than some top- name pros have captured in a lifetime. (Fred Hawkins, for instance, has won only one in 18 years on the road.) But failure to be a consistent winner bothers the pudgy Rodgers, who stands only 5-8 and weighs 190 pounds. "I've had a bad swing, which I think I've corrected now," he says. "But other than that, my failure to concentrate has cost me a lot of shots." The necessity for concentration on golf is probably higher than in any other sport. "And that's the part that's killing me," says Rodgers. "I can't seem to keep a positive attitude when I play. Then the bad swing came along and the first thing I knew I was 'steering' the ball." All of this, says Rodgers, is caused by a wrong attitude. "Loss of the British open title to Charles in the playoff didn't bother me mentally," he says. "But there's something else that I just can't figure out." Rodgers, of course, isn't the first to lose the proper mental attitude on the golf course. It has been the history of youngsters who had big successes their first year or two— then dropped to obscurity before they came back again to their proper place in the sun. Gene Littler ran into a slump then recovered from it to win the National Open. So did Jerry Barber before he won the PGA crown. Mike Souchak and Ken Venturi, who had earlier successes, now are in the throes of tremendous slumps. But they all have the championship swings and the title- winning putting form. So sooner or later they come back on top. West's two best centers renew battle tonight By United Press International The West's two best centers i renew their battle tonight at Grooms rejected the motion.icorvallis, Ore., in the opener of and was upheld by a Federal i a two-game series between Stan- Appeals Court decision. Thejford and Oregon State. Post said in its motion Thurs- Tnc Beavers took two at Corday it is appealing the ruling vallis m 1962 ana the two teams to the Supreme Court, and| spIit )ast year at Stanford. Opin- asked that the trial be delayed ; ions di f fcr m the comparison of until the high court has a, 0regon state . s 7 . {oot Me! chance to rule. j Counts vs. Stanford's 6foot-8 Bryant is suing in connection .Torn Dose, but the two giants with an article published in the. played about equal on two or magazine alleging that he and!three occasions and Counts had former Georgia University Ath-:the upper hand in at least one Ietic Director Wally Butts con- game. spired to "fix" the 1962 Geor -j Dosc stm has not shown {ull gia-Alabama football game. ! mo biUty since suffering a knee Butts, in a similar suit last;bruise three weeks ago, but he summer in Atlanta, won a S3,-imay be ready to go full speed 060,000 judgment, which was | tonight. It should be a great later reduced to $460,000. I pair of games. i Action is scattered Hitters need better backgrounds NBA Standings By OSCAR FRALEY UPI Sports Writer ISLAMORADA, Fla. (UPI)Ted Williams, swinging as hefty a bat as ever, declared today that baseball was "stupid" in its failure to protect the hitters' background. Williams pointed to the "pitchers' World Series" in which the Dodgers beat the Yankees four straight as an example of how the hurlers are being given the edge. "It's like Sonny Listen fighting Cassius Clay with a spotlight in the eyes of one of them," asserted the Boston Red Sox immortal. "They spend millions on new ball parks and leave the background brutal for the hitter." Preparing for a hunting and fishing trip to New Zealand, the] tall, handsome slugger rated Sandy Koufax of the Dodgers as a "helluva pitcher" who might be the answer to the American League's Bob Feller. "But I read an article where Mickey Mantle said Koufax and Don Drysdale both were great but he found Drysdale tougher," said Williams. "That's because Koufax throws overhand and Drysdale sidearms out of the background. How stupid can baseball be to permit an asinine situation like that?" Displaying all the old fire, the splendid Splinter insisted that football has made great strides in improving the game but baseball "has done noth ing" when it spends millions on new parks but fails to think of the background which ruins the basic essence of the game—the duel between batter and pitcher. 'You can be miles from a ball park but you can tell by the roar when a guy is rounding third base and going for the plate," he said. "But now everything is being done for the pitcher. Sure, there may be a few more home runs but look at the fewer runs scored. Substantially, the hitters don't get on base like they used to do." Williams still refused to pick the toughest pitcher be ever faced, grinning in sudden calm that "against them all I only went a little better than one for three and the guy I thought was a lamb one day sent me none for four the next time." Eastern (Cincinnati Division W. L 33 11 33 11 20 21 15 31 But the pitcher who impressed me with his all around! stuff, poise and what have you iBoston was Feller," he acknowledged., . .. "Koufax had a tremendous! ?. , a ^S' a year and looks like a great one!" ew r " because he can lean back and' Western Division pour it on when he has toj W. I. do it" ILos Angeles 29 18 A noted fishing authority, Wil-jSan Francisco 26 20 liams says that baseball "is all]St. Louis 28 22 over for me" although he'd en-1 Baltimore 18 29 joy working as a batting coach!Detroit 11 34 during spring training. Thursday's Results "I'd like that," he nodded.;Boston 110 St. Louis 104 since many teams are taking their semester breaks. Washington State is at Oregon and Seattle at Idaho. The Chiefs are a contender for national honors after running their record to 11-2. Fresno State, eighth ranked among the nation's small schools, is at Cal Poly of San Luis Obispo. Other CCAA games find Los Angeles State at San Diego State and San Fernando at Long Beach State. The Far West Conference finds San Francisco State at Chico State in a battle between probably the two best teams in the loop. In games Thursday night, Loyola got big performances from sophs Clete Adelman and Jerry Vinson to edge Occidental tonight i 94-91 - Adelman hit 26 points and Vinson swished in 14 and grabbed 17 rebounds. Ken Critchlow dunked 30 points for Occidental. In the Northwest, Weber defeated Gonzaga, 77-72, in Big Sky Conference action. It was Gonzaga's second loss in five conference outings. Mike Sivulich and Jerry Trice of Weber and Bill Suter of the losers all had 18 points. Pet. .750 .660 .444 .288 Pet. .617 .565 .560 .383 .244 "I'd feel flattered if some kid thought I could help him become a better bitter. But I have no desires as far as coaching or managing goes. I'm past the end of the baseball road and wouldn't like to go back at all as a steady diet." Baltimore 130 New York 114 San Francisco 125 Detroit 93 (Only games scheduled) Friday's Games St. Louis at Boston Cincinnati at Philadelphia San Francisco at Los Angeles (Only games scheduled) Optimist netters play in series of matches Lamb Chop heads Strub Stakes field ARCADIA (UPI) — William Haggin Perry's Lamb Chop will be seeking the stamp of greatness as well as a rich financial reward Saturday at Santa Anita when the star filly clashes with colts in the $100,000 Charles H. Strub Stakes. No filly has ever won the Strub or its predecessor Santa Anita Maturity for 4-year - olds although some outstanding feminine runners like Miz Clementine, Cerise Reine, Bed O'Roses and Two Lea tried it. Lamb Chop headed a field of 14 when entries were taken Thursday, 48 hours in advance of the race. The contenders included speedsters like Gun Bow and Nevada Battler; nationally- known distance runners like B. Major and Dean Carl and such western developments as More Megaton and Big Raff. Today's program featured the $10,000 Rancho del Charro purse for fillies and mares in which the Argentine mare, Jalousie II, heads a band of feminine runners. Her rivals include Sa- vai. Main Swap, Ma Comtesse, Key Lea and Comeflywithme. The race is over 1 l-16th miles. In Thursday's $10,000 Duarte Purse, Dusky Damion demonstrated he could handle the dirt main track as well as he does the grass course by racing to a two-length victory. Dusky Damion raced Upper Half into defeat on the turn and then drew out. Aldershot was third. The winner was timed in 2:02 4-5 for the IVith miles and returned $13.00 to win. The Redlands Optimist Club Junior Tennis program conducted a variety of round-robins, challenges and testing during their regularly scheduled classes last Saturday. Two mixed doubles round-robins were held in which the first s i x Tournament girls teamed with the first six Tournament boys in the inverse order of their standing on the ladder with results as follows: Peggy Schoen-Randy Verdieck won the first flight with 16 games followed by Donna Gibson-Chris Hill team of 15 games Third was Debbie Van-Steve Johnson with 10 games; then a tie with 7 games between teams of Kathy Gearhart-Tom my Walter and Lori Keefe-John Jimenez; the sixth team with 5 games was Claire Curran- Chris Hardy. A second flight of the next six ranking players among the juniors was won by the team of B e 11 i n a Barnett-Jimmy Brown with 12 games; next a tie with 11 games between teams of Carol Gaston-Ricky Gearhart and Betty Hinkle-Scott Ghormley. Fourth, the team of Sandra Pratt-David Bohrnstedt won 10 games; fifth, Kathy Otterbeck-Jim Brown w o n 9 games and completing the flight, Janie Moore-Tommy Fallows won 7 games. In challenges among the girls. Gail Billhardt def Cindy Pratt 6-4; Susie Fallows def Debbie Verdieck 6-1 and Janice Crawford 6-4. Among the boys Kerry Dunn def Ian Davis 6-1: John Buffington tied with Charles Eadie 5-5; Lon Tharaldson def Jimmy Gaston 6-0; Steve Ball def Tim Marshbum 6-4 and an additional seven doubles matches were played among the Player boys. In the basic instruction program, three students completed their final testing to qualify for Player ladder positions. Melissa Barnett scored 29 pts in her hit test and Patty Palmer scored 27 points. One boy, Roger Biddick scored 26 pts and all three successfully "beat the court" with their serving. From among the Beginners, several show good talent and the following students have already qualified for Learner status after but two weeks of review; Laurie Corwin, Kenton Corwin, Richard Gay, Steve Mitchell, Hap Pitkin, John Schrader and Susie Winn. Regularly scheduled ladder matches will be conducted tomorrow among the advanced boys and girls and continued instruction will be conducted on the High School courts from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. WHL standings Denver San Fran Los Angls Seattle Portland Vancouver W L 29 15 22 22 21 20 19 21 18 23 16 24 T Pts GF GA 2 60 179 126 46 147 166 45 127 150 42 159 141 40 142 152 35 136 155 SUNDAY MORNING DO-NUT CLUB 3 - « - • Doubles FREE COFFEE! FREE DO-NUTS! EVERY SUNDAY at II a. m. Entry Fee — $4 per team S2 Bowling — $2 Prize Ladies: Let us find you a Bowling "Pardner" for Sunday Mornings EMPIRE BOWL 840 W. Colton Ave. Phone 793-2525 Liston to fly to Miami Sunday MIAMI BEACH (UPD-Son- ny Liston, snubbed out of fashionable Coral Gables, sent his aides across Biscayne Bay to Miami Beach today to find a home in a friendly neighborhood to train for his Feb. 25 heavyweight title defense against Cassius Clay. The ham-handed heavyweight champion, his wife Geraldine, and an entourage of trainers and sparring mates were due to arrive by jet from Las Vegas at 11:05 Sunday morning. Spokesman Hal Conrad said Liston abandoned plans to rent a $40,000 home in sedate Coral Gables because neighbors objected to the deal. "Sonny's advisers were concerned over complaints from the neighbors. Sonny didn't want to cause any trouble, so we cancelled the deal," Conrad said Thursday. When neighbors learned Liston planned to rent near them, they objected to the boxer's "criminal record" and feared his presence might touch off "racial incidents." Conrad said Liston would try to rent a home at Miami Beach and would probably set up training headquarters at the Surfside Civic Center, a residential community just north of Miami Beach. Ramos wins second fight LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Manuel Ramos, brother of Sugar Ramos, is following the trail of his famous brother. The younger Ramos won his second fight in as many outings Thursday night when he stopped Kid A p a c h e of Orange Cove, in the fourth round of a scheduled eight rounder. Ramos, 195Vi, of Mexico City, was shaken up in the second round when Apache caught him with a right, knocking him into the ropes. However, the Mexican champion came back to deck his opponent in the third. In the fourth, Ramos had Apache staggering around the ring and the referee stopped the fight at 1:26. LUBE ROOM topics By DICK ANDERSON The one ear in automotive history that is a legend, is the Stutz Bearcat with its four cylinders and sixteen valves ... No wonder the name STUTZ brings a gleam to the eyes of today's grandfathers. DICK ANDERSON'S 4 MOBIL SERVICE EXPERT LUBRICATION 4 BRAKE SERVICE ' 3 A- Standi 3lvd 7»3 ; 3269 REOIANDS -

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