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Lamb Chop breaks leg during Strub Stakes ARCADIA, Calif. (UPI)—The I but the remains of some of the ill-fated champion filly Lamb Chop was buried at Santa Anita racetrack where last Saturday she was put to death after suffering a broken leg during the running of the $132,000 Charles!prior to the turn of the century. If. Strub Stakes. | The tragic accident to Lamb Vice President and General IChop to some extent overshad- Manager Fred II. Ryan said to-iowed the brilliant victory great champions of the past during the era of E. J. (Lucky) Baldwin are buried on the grounds including those of Em Redlands Swim club in first AAU meet Billy Shawver raced to five first places in the first AAU SIDE GLANCES peror of Norolk, a distant an-!meet of the season at Morning- 1 cestor of Lamb Chop who raced!side high school over the week-, end. Shawver, was one of several members of the Redlands Swim Club in the meet. In the 9-10 age division Billy' day the filly was buried "with-i scored bv Gun Bow in the! placed first in the fo 11 o w i n g: in a hoofbeat distance" of the I Strub Stakes as the colt raced track over which she scored!to a 12-length victory in the her first stakes victory a year!fabulous time of 1:59 4-5 to ago. jequal Round Table's track rec- The grief-stricken owner of lord for the l l « miles, the filly, William Haggin Perry, Jockey Willie Shoemaker, and trainer James Maloncyjwho rode Gun Bow. could have both felt it was "very approp-jbettered that time but was eas- riate" to have Lamb Chop's'ing his mount through the final! memory perpetuated by bury-,70 yards and looking back at ing her at Santa Anita. the vain effort by Rocky Link No modern era horses have;to catch him. Win-Em-All was been interred at Santa Anita third 26 changes in state boxing fions Ralston hailed by southland LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Den- f «• nis Ralston. U.S. Davis Cup reOUlaTIOnS s,ar from Bators'teW. w as the 3 top Inen - S s i n g| cs player of 1963. according to the Southern California Tennis Association. In the rankings which were released over the weekend by i the association, Arthur Ashe of UCLA, who defeated Ralston twice last season, was ranked , , . isecond and Rafael Osuna, Mexi- ranged from the use of heavier |can Davis c ]ayer> was gloves to preventing a contest- ! t |,i rf ] Darlene Hard of Long Beach headed the women's singles list. LOS ANGELES (UPl)-A series of 26 changes in state boxing regulations was adopted Friday to provide greater ring safety for fighters. The state Athletic Commission adopted the changes, which ant from being saved by the bell from a knockout. Welterweight fighters will use eight - ounce gloves instead of six-ounce gloves, and the heavier classes will use ten-ounce instead of eight-ounce gloves. The Commission also ruled that the bell would not be sounded at the end of three minutes of a round if a fighter was down and taking a count. Several boxing managers objected to the increased glove weight, and they also indicated they felt the regulation prohibiting the bell ringing with a contestant down could give a fighter extra rest time on a late knockdown. They said they did not object to the count continuing after the bell. Another resolution adopted by the commission requires fighters to wear individually fitted mouthpieces. It also stipulated that if a fighter loses his mouthpiece during a round, action shall stop until it is replaced. More stringent rules also were instituted forcing boxing clubs to keep on hand emergency medical equipment — including an oxygen tank — during bouts for use by ring physicians. In other action. Jaime Smith was elected chairman of the Athletic Commission succeeding Harry W. Falk Jr. of Ukiah and Dominic Tavaglione of Riverside was elected vice chairman of the commission. (followed by Billie Jean Moffitt, also of Long Beach. Hugh Stewart was ranked no. 1 in the junior veterans division, and George MacCall of North Hollywood topped the senior men. Mrs. Dorothy Cheney. Santa Monica, was ranked as the no. 1 senior woman. SCARES 300 drivers in Riverside race Nearly 300 drivers from all of (he western states will converge on the Riverside International Raceway this weekend for the divisional Championship Races. The event is sponsored by the California Sports Car Club region of the Sports Car Club of American. It will be run on the raceway's winding 2.6 mile eight-turn course. Gates will open at 9 a.m. with 10 races scheduled for each day. The Saturday program will start at 1 p.m. and the Sunday affair at 11 a.m. A 20 lap race will be run on Sunday with a 15 lapper on Saturday. At Empire Bowl: Empire Mixed Four High Game — Bud ToIIiver 235. Connie Dnrsey 179, Series- Terry Senk 612, Tern Goddard 497. 200 Club — Bud ToIIiver 235, Terry Senk 225, Mac McKIveen 213, Ray Burr 200. Richard Dor sey 209, Bud Jensen 208, Frank Wesley 226. John Puchalski 219. Standings: Banner Mattress 38-19, Gordy's Serwce 38-19 Lange and Runkel 32'2-24'i, Standard Station Number Two 32-25, Mayne Gossett Ford 3225, B a b c o c k Const. 29-28, Panchos 23 1 ;-33'v, Half Shots 23-34, Standard Station Number One 20-37. Hopkins Const. 17-40. Broken Doien High Game —G. Gipson 224. F. Gipson 1S5, Series — Glen Gipson 594, F. Gipson 507. 200 Club — Glen Gipson 224 Jess Harrod 218. Ted Klenke 214. Herman Van Engen 204. Standings: Lipskey and Son 30 'i -23> = . Don's Trenching 30 24. V a 11 e y Trenching 31-23. Sage's Markets 28-26, Home Electric 27'i-26'i. Huisken Sheet Metal 27-27, Bud's Richfield 2529, Vogue Cleaners 24'i-29'3 Chateau Fashions 24 30, Yucaipa Glass 23'i-30'i. events: 100 yard individual medley 1:15.8. 50 yard backstroke, in 34.9; 50 yard free 29.4: 50 yard butterfly 31.9 and 100 yard free in 1:06.9. Karen Martin in the 7-8 age group placed fifth in the 50 yard breaststrke in 50.8. Bruce Kocsis, 11-12 group, took fourth in the 100 fly in 1:10.5 and fifth in the 200 yard individual medley 2:36.9. He also swam the 200 yard free, 100 yard free and 100 breast. Marc Miles in the same age group took fifth in the 100 yard breast in 1:23.6. He swam the 100 yard back, 10 yard free. Larry Boxer entered the 200 yard individual medley, 100 yard i butterfly, 100 yard free and 100; yard breast. Chris King in the! 1112 group swam the 20 yard! individual medley, 100 yard 1 free. ! Pinky Chambers swimming in? the 13-14 age group swam the 100 yard free. The Redlands swim Club is sponsored by the City of Redlands Recreation Department under the direction of Bob Chambers and coached by Larry Munz. The next AAU meet for the Redlands team will be Feb. Sth and 9th at El Camino Washington Window Time to name names in military wastage By Lyle C. Wilson MOSCOW i L'Pl) — Russia's chief Communist propagandist, ,„,,., admitting that religion dies The point of all of this i.s that har( , callc( , [0( , ay for a „ intcn . Here is a SI million dollar is that the colonel or general ;idea offered for free to De- who ordered $321,000 worth of jfense Secretary Robert S. Mc new motors was not aware that ;.\'amara. The offer is in behalf ample stocks were on hand, of that unhappy beast of bur- Should Be Noted !den, the U.S. taxpayer. i The idea is this: Let the sec- Army brass, civilian or mili- retary achieve a further an- tary, who handle that kind of nual economy of from SI mil- tax money should know what lion to maybe S100 million by they are doing before they do 'laying a penalty on the Defense it. And. a further point is that 'Department chuckleheads who when one of the militarv brass , , .. t „, , i - . attacked now arc tossing such sums goofs away a chunk ot tax c down the drain. money, that fact should be Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Jan. 27, 1964 -9 Russians seek to stamp out church practices noted in fat letters in his ef- church practices in this country. Leonid Hyichcv. head of the party's ideological commission, the late dictator Joef Stalin for being too soft on religion and said that since his Defense Department spending "' "' '"=> death the Kremlin has substi- is audited by the comptrolleri flc ' cnc - v ra in S- Thls relates not mcA hw mcasures _ general who is chief of the !mcreI - v to , th , c . A ™ y but ,0 lh ?, Nevertheless. Ilvichev said in General Accounting Office! and Alr t0 , rcc as we " the current issue" of the partv (GAO.) GAO is a creature of wher<> the waste of tax money macazine Kommunist . - t n " e number of people practicing re- Congress, established to inves- is shocking and almost incrcd- 'k' e " lligious rites continues to be The comptroller general has relatively high." been making these reports for ilvichev said outlawed religi- a generation. It was not until 0lIS sects like Jehovah's Wit- Finley talks with Oakland about move "Prices are high, taxes are terrible, and by golly, happiness ain't what it used"to be, either!" IN HOLLYWOOD Connery zooms with "007" role By Erskine Johnson previous trip to Hollywood, the Scottish-born Connery found only frustration in a 20th Cen tury Fox studio contract. He signed with Fox after appearing in Disney's "Darby O'Gill" and opposite Lana Turner in "An (UPI) HOLLYWOOD — (NEA) — Scan Connery is the name and you can color me red-faced if I'm wrong about predicting that he is headed for BIG-time stardom as a thumper of feminine hearts. Some of you ladies discovered I other Time, Another Place him last spring in "Dr. No."i "And it should have been." he first movie based on Ian Flem-i grins, referring to the box of ing's dashing secret servicejfice flop. agent, James Bond. j "Fox had no films for me. I As Agent 007, Connery out-;The studio was in sort of a pre —iFlynned the Errol of Yore in;Cleopatra panic. So they sug- pcrsonal charm and in on-jgestcd maybe I should enroll in screen bravery and wholesale j their charm school. That's romantics. I when I went back to England What's more, he's a slick ac-iand sat out my contract for two tigate the manner in which the executive departments and agencies spend appropriated funds. In fiscal year 1963, GAO made 362 reports on Defensel'he Eisenhower administration nesses. the Seventh-Day Ad- Department spending opera-.that the military paid them ventists and the t'niates are tions. Here is an example of j much attention. Secretary conducting underground wor- how the Army brass can and| Charles E. Wilson demanded ^,i p . does waste tax money as re-instant attention to these arm- \\ c ,-,| so lashed out at the ported by the comptroller gen- nations of wasteful spend in;:. Russian Baptists, a legal sect cral: .Succeeding secretaries repeated xvliich h?s 500.000 members and "The armv planned to dis- hls °rders. Secretary McNaria- .-, ft0 „ activr c |„irches and meet- pose of its unused or cconoml ra "rote what probably is the ins holIsrs . 10 I firmest directive so far that Thc | arscst rrlisious group in ton crane shovels and 25-horsc> as . ,c f,n = crc(1 h - v lh ? <--™ Russia is the Orthodox Church. must cease. «.tjh a membership estimated So it is that Defense corrects by some observers at over 20 the errors cited day by day by million. GAO. But new errors persist. The Kremlin tolerates relig- The chuckleheads who make ion. hut it officially discourages ically repairable stocks of jton crane shovels and 25-ho power outboard motors and to I replace them with current mod- lels which offered no material !technological improvement over !existing stocks. (Read that sen NBA Standings Eastern Division W. L. Pet. Boston 35 11 .761 Cincinnati 33 19 .635 Philadelphia ' 22 26 .458 New York 15 39 .278 Western Division W. L. Pet. Los Angeles 31 19 .620 St. Louis 30 23 .566 San Francisco 27 22 .551 Baltimore 20 29 .408 Detroit 11 36 .234 Sunday's Results Boston 115 New York 102 Baltimore 131 Philadelphia 120 St. Louis 106 Detroit 104 Los Angeles 108 San Fran 96 m moo Who has a Titthdai JANUARY 28 Doyle Rutherford Tony Torres Darrell Mixfield Harry Hawks Gary Kolb Dave Chamberlin Julian Hernandez Leon Oliver Happy Birthday from 11 E. Stat. Ph. PY 3-2505 $64,239 payoff at Caliente AGUA CALIENTE, Mexico (UPI) — An Oregon cattleman and lumberman and a Pasadena, Calif., businessman teamed up Sunday to hold the only winning ticket in the 5-10 handicap contest that netted them S64.239.60. The friends, John Hudspeth of Prineville. Ore., and Bill Holmes of Pasadena, said they had been playing the 5-10 frequently but had never won anything. Their victory came as Count Chinita raced to victory in the featured March of Dimes purse. Count Chinita, ridden by Es teban Medina, crossed the wire four and a half lengths in front of Any Old Port to provide thc sixth winner on the winning ticket. OAKLAND. Calif. Where's Charley?" The word was out today that Charles O. Finley, storm-tossed owner of the Kansas City Athletics, had come to town for a!tor, trained in British repertory,!years who laughs about the film char- Off screen. Connery has a def- acter of Bond: unite Scottish accent. But as "He's sort of a Mickey Spil -Uames Bond he switches to pol- lane with Shakaspearian ovcr-jislied English. In "Mamie." he tones and bustier women." I plays a Philadelphia business Comes now a whole new wave man. of Scan Connery movies. "So now." he says. "I'm He's James Bond again in'speaking American, thanks to hush-hush session with the Oakland Chamber of Commerce about moving his club to this West Coast city. But efforts to locate the millionaire president ran down numerous blind allies. A spokesman for the Chamber of Commerce, however, confirmed that Finley had met with chamber executives and and that an announcement might be made today. Dan Marovich, president of) the Oakland Boosters, w a s lobrigida in more enthusiastic. j And now he's the tall, dark and "If we could get Finley "si handsome one in Alfred Hitch- club out here, we'd turn heaven cock's "Marnie." "From Russia, With Love." a slick, fast-moving thriller which already has won top box office honors of the year in England. March is the U. S. release date. He has just completed another starring role opposite Gina Lol- Women of Straw." studying a tape recording 1 made of a man I know in Philadelphia. But I'm being careful not to speak quite as jarring ly." He's lucky, he says, because he is free to act in movies of his choice. "The only exclusive contract I have is with my wife," he says. She's the gorgeous Diane and earth to get him a ball-! Like Errol Flynn and otherjCilento. who is zooming to star- park," .Marovich said. movie heroes in thc same im-jdom of her own following her Thc city has not had any-jagc. Connery has a nigged per -|Carthy portrayal of a wench in thing resembling a suitableisonality appeal for both sexes. "Tom Jones." park since thc old Emeryville!His Bond is a remarkably cf- After "Marnie." he returns to ball park, one time home of the'Active transference to film London Oakland Oaks, was torn down! from "ie books, and his acting:thriller almost a decade ago. j is just as effective. Plans to build a super colisc- He's no newcomer to the urn that would house the Oak-i scrccn - having appeared in j „ land Raiders pro football team!films bot " Hollywood and| p ' 0L " ! ' 1 and the Stars fame and an American League ball;'" England. It was the old story| club have been held up by liti-,° f a R ood actor needing a flam-i TUr A I M A kl A T boyant role, and James Bond lit j | IjC ALMANAC the fuse for his now exploding career for another Fleming - "Goldfinger." Then he goes to Ireland for Jjohn Ford to star as Irish ;(dramatist Sean O'Cascy of "The thc voluminous reports so far es atheism accumulated. J The St million dollar idea' tence again for the full flavor;'hem arc not even identified in church attendance and preach- of waste.) Disposed Of Shovels "Thc Army had disposed of 25 of the crane shovels in tin- : would be to identify these was- used or economically repairable condition costing S541.200, while planning to spend about $12 million to replace them and Quake hits trels by name and rank. Let r *hiloetn their efficiency reports bear; wlllieQIl CITy witness asainst them and against their future promotion. ARICA. Chile <l'PI> — A severe earthquake rocked this others in the supply system j The won I would get around c jiy near the Peruvian border with crane shovels of similarjand quickly until a personal Sunday, but. no damage or cas- feeling of responsibility for unities were reported, careful spending of tax money Seismographs in Santiago re- would prevail in Secretary Mc- corded thc quake at 5. or of Namara's department. High medium intensity, on thc Mer- time. too: • cali International Scale. capacity. The Army also disposed of about $350,000 worth of repair parts for thc crane shovels. An additional $146,000 worth of repair parts was recovered from various disposal stages as a result of our pointing out a continued need fori these parts. j "With respect to the ont-i board motors, the Army hadj spent $575,000 and was planning! to spend an additional $321 .oooi to replace existing stocks of unused motors." j To replace existing stocks of | unused motors! Why? The ready answer to that probably King of the Hill gation. Finley's bid to move the Athletics from Kansas City to Louisville was killed on Jan. 16 when the American League owners voted down his application by a 9-1 margin. At the same time, the league threatened to expel him if he did not straighten out his tangle with Today is Monday,. Jan. 27. Now' able to laugh about a!'"* 27th day of 1964 with 339 to 'follow. The moon is approaching its full phase. The evening stars are Venus jand Jupiter. On this day in history: In 1862, President Abraham Lincoln issued general war order No. 1, instructing Northern army and naval forces to be Foyt stars at Phoenix Wins 30th fight SAINT NAZAIRE, France (UPI) — Undefeated French middleweight champion Souley- mane Diallo won his 30th consecutive fight Sunday when he stopped Jimmy Beecham of Miami, Fla., in the fourth round of their scheduled 10- round bout. POP JUKE BOX RECORDS 45-R. P. 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Tex., ran neck and neck with Don Branson of Champaign, III., in the first race, but could not gain the lead as Branson won it 32:48.10. for a four-year lease with two options based on a sliding attendance scale. Angels best hitter signs LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Los Angeles Angels have their best hitter in the fold for the 1964 season. Albie Pearson, who became the first Angel in the club's history to crack the .300 mark when he batted .304 last year, has returned his signed contract, the club announced Sunday. General manager Fred Haney also announced the signing of Chuck Hulse, Downey in third. In the second race, Branson again took the lead, but Foyt In 1880. Thomas Edison was granted a patent for an elec trie incandescent lamp. In 1943, the U.S. Eighth Air Force staged World War IFs first all-Amcrican air raid on Germany, bombing Wilhelms In | haven in broad daylight. In 1962, a U.S. Ranger space Gives secret of his record breaking MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI) — Dale Hamcr, 31. said he drank 171 pots of coffee and played more than 700 games of cribbage while setting what he said was a world record for staying awake—275'.j hours. i Hamcr, who said he did it toj publicize the March of Dimes! campaign, said he ate eight! meals and took a dozen coldj showers a day to help break! the old record of 264 hours set i by a Californian. • Brown dedicates plaque LONG LIVE THE KING! Uo hilts, across streams—through mud. sand and snow—the 'Jeep* Universal has the traction and the sMmma to take you anywhere you want to go, in any kind of weather. Pound it and punish it—it will still be working for you years after ether vehicles have gasped their last. That's why the 'Jeep* Universal has become the world standard for toughness. You just can't buy a tougher vehicle. Take your pick of half cab. full cab. convertible tco. Three power take-off points. 80'. 8t" and 10t* wheelbase. See your 'Jeep' dealer today and get to know the vehicle of a lifetime. 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