Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 28, 1964 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, January 28, 1964
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5100,000 Palm Springs Classic opens King Arnold worried game may peak too early PALM SPRINGS. Calif. (UPI) [July and the Whitemarsh in —King Arnold Palmer of the]October. But he couldn't put on golfing world is worried that his:that big push when he wanted (LPI)—The Palm Springs Golfjganie may reach its peak toojto move in the race for the ma- Classic, known by the profes-l soon this vear — thus shuttingljor crowns, sionals as the world's greatesti him out of contention when thel Some of the professionals endurance test, gets under way|.. big ones - comc aIong later j honc their game to its peak dur- this year. [ing the winter Western tour so Palmer failed to win any ofjthcy can cash in on the rich the big ones of 1963—the U. S.(purses. Other proven shotmak- Open, Masters and PAG or the|ers. such as Palmer, Jack Nick- British Open — and he doesn'tllaus, Julius Boros, Billy Casper, want that to happen again thisjGene Littler and Gary Player year. jvery often don't play their best Wednesday with SIOO.OOO at stake—plus $10,000 for anyone making a ho!e-in-one. It's the only 90-hole event on the PGA tour and will be played over four courses: Eldorado, Bermuda Dunes, Indian Wells and La Quinta. All are within a radius of a few miles of each other. If there are any favorites in But he has been playing so well during the first month of the 1964 campaign that he may this event, then they will have be fearing a peak performance to be Arnold Palmer, defending t0 ° soon champion Jack Nicklaus, Juan He finished in a tie for third (Chi Chi) Rodriguez, Don Jan- in °° tn the San Francisco and uary and Art Wall. jLos Angeles tournaments. Right now they are playing Too Early the best golf on the tour. "I don't think I'll start work Nicklaus must rank among ing real hard on my game as the favorites—despite his claim]early this year," he said after he isn't on his stick yet. "I don't think I'll be playing championship golf for another week or 10 days—or until the Phoenix Open," says the Masters and PGA champion. However, lie finished Lucky International in the Lucky International in San Francisco. "I peaked too soon in 1963 and finally had to take a rest. ) "I'll start working hard about the first of March." Last year at this time Palm er's game was sizzling. He won until the summer months. "In the Lucky I was three 1968 Winter Olympics go to Grenoble INNSBRUCK, Austria (UPI) —The International Olympic over par on the par-fives," he'Committee today awarded the said. "That's ridiculous. I havens Winter Olympic games to 1 ,"',,,, hac , h „ „-. never heard of anything like it. Grenoble Franco I. • e C , stcrn H . ockey My wedge play stinks That's;"™ ^""V, . League scoring title m his hip all you can sav about it." l ra ^°. b,e J £ St , dld * dge °« l !P°«* ct «"s season, but the bat-. He claims that he his nrvpr ;C ada s Rocky Moun la<ni tle for th e most goals scored is K I , , VS„ I T " ; Banff resort in the voting by a lulu. I been a good wedge player, how. (Jle 1QC memb(?rs Latest wm ^ ' The result was a crushing; Field er with 15 goals and a Fielder has hockey scoring title sewed up By United Press International Guyle Fielder of Seattle pret- Red lands Daily Facts Tuesday, Jan. 28, 1964 — 9 SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer 'I've always had wedge trou But right now it's reallj bad," he says. "The worst rve !(rf re ~ gajning thc host ^1^! field. M „ n„. ;.• ™ ii J ":b>° w to 'he Lake Placid, N.Y..j bui S in S 5 » assists for 74 points, ble. But right now its rcaU> ldc , cgati(m whjch was confi(]ent ]and an 11-point lead over the. Arnie "army" during the Lucky; andj 1 he says he may face the same! m S his nerves at all ever payed it. I guess it s more i enjoyed for the 1932 games mental than physical. I just,; Tne 0(hcr cj(ics , hat made don t have any confidence. ; bids today were Lantji Fin . hated to disappoint his] Palmer says the fact that hej land . 0s | 0 _ .\ orwa v, and Sap- during the Luckv. andi has quit smoking isn't bother-1 por0i j apa n. problem on the Palm Springs Classic opening here Wednes day. He claims his wedge play right now is horrible. Oregon State hoop coach to step down CORVALLIS, Ore. (UPI) IVeteran Oregon State basket-i thc Los Angeles Open in Jan -I wi !' s,cp dow " , and b1ecomc «"e|again university s athletic director at 1 the San Francisco wild a 65-68 for the last 3G holes—eight under parJ ,,„ nl • „„„„ • ~ . It appeared be was handling ua ,y ' " ? Ph ° emx ° pcn Fct V the end of the school year, it his club with bis old wizardry. rua ' Jn i, ,hc . P™Mcola in March- . as announcc( , Mon(!ay . Juan (Chi Chi) Rodriguez dr- aml Thunder-bird and Cleveland, T ,, 0 62 . ycar . oItl Gill , who has feated Don January in an lS-; c \ cn s ln . Junc - jguided the Beavers' hoop for- hole playoff Mondav for the 1 Lalcr ln jnc year he came|, unes for 36 seasons , was named Lucky championship and ihe'.a lon S 10 'he Western m first prize money of $7,500. The, Long to use "I just pretend that I haven't; smoked for two years." he j grins as he absent-mindedly . reaches in his pocket for a pack! flfiW DIGSTIC* o£ cigarettes. "That way itj doesn't bother me." But his failure with the wedge undoubtedly is making him more nervous than the lack of covered shot LOS ANGELES (UPD-World shot put record holder Dallas cigarettes. Ever the perfection-! L° n S has comc out on top in ist. he probably won't be ablc a depute with Sports Arena of- to hold back from working on ficia,s anf < w, ". he permitted to I, juse a newly - invented plastic- If he does, then he'll louse x'p '^'^^.t^L^i An8e " his own program by winnin „ les Indoor Games Feb, 8. ball coach A. T. (Slats) Gill j tournaments on the winter tour Arrna ° mcia,s Monday re versed an earlier decision to rule out the new shot because they feared it might damage the terrazzo floor under the wooden surface used for the Pacific hires Henke But Lou Jankowski. second to, Fielder with 63 points, is tied! with Seattle's Bob Barlow and! Art Jones of Portland with 29 i goals apiece. The battle should) continue down to the wire. i Fielder's assist total is 36! short of the league mark of 95] assists, which he himself set in! the 1958-59 season. Denver's Al Millar got back in the groove last week and still has a big lead in the goal keeping department. His 2.65 average is well below the mark of second place Claude DuFour of Seattle, now at 3.15. Mike Donaldson of Portland managed to pick up 12 penalties i in four games last week, butj still is 12 minutes behind Larry i Zeidel of Seattle in the race for: thc league's bad boy honors. Zeidel has spent 137 minutes off; • • • * •» i te the ice i Skonch loins Browns start All teams were idle Monday j T M. Icf. t'i ft*. Ot /-28 "I think it would be. a lot simpler and cheaper to buy a player piano!" loser collected S4.000. Palmer has been in the running for both the Los Angeles and Lucky titles, but hasn't been able to make his gamellccting S3.100. jell. He finished in a third-place tie with young Raymond Floyd at San Francisco, both three holes off the pace and each col- to succeed R. S. (Spec) Kecne, who is retiring effective July 1. Keene has been athletic director since 1947. He is 69. Gill is expected to be replaced by his assistant since 1947, Paul Valenti. STOCKTON. Calif. (UPI)- meet. The University of the Pacific | has hired former National Football League lineman Ed Henke as an assistant coach. Henke played with San Fran cisco for II years before being traded to the St. Louis Cardinals. He retired this season. NINES MILLSTADT, 111. (UPI) Patric Bird and his sister Laurie figure nine is their lucky [number. Patric was born 9-9-49, and Laurie, 9-9-58, nine years later. night, but four squads fight itj MIAMI, Fla. (UPI) — Nick out tonight. .Skorich, recently let out by the Philadelphia Eagles, joined the Cleveland Browns' coaching staff today as assistant to head League-leading Denver hosts Los Angeles, tied for second with San Francisco 16 points behind the Invaders. The Seals are at last place Vancouver. Coach Blanton Collier. Appointment of the 42-year- SELL IT TOMORROW iold Skorich, who had served as With low - cost Classified Ads'head coach of the Eagles from 1961 through 1963, was announced by President Arthur Modell of the Browns, attend- i n g the National Football League meetings. Skorich, a veteran of 18 years in football, was the sixth assistant hired by the Browns, who now have their coaching staff at full strength. FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES PRICE BLASTER • TOP LOADING • UNBALANCE CUTOFF SWITCH • CLOTHES GUARD • FULLY AUTOMATIC • WATER TEMPERATURE SELECTION LINT FILTER • WATER SAVER • SAFETY LID STOPS ACTION IN SECONDS . McdU &fde ?> enfant WASHER 3 (fyoU 'Penfannuutcc ALL FABRIC DRYER WITH OR WITHOUT TRADE-IN NO CASH DOWN A MONTH • ALL-FABRIC DRYING AT SAFE, MODERATE TEMPERATURES • SAFETY DOOR • LINT TRAP BEHIND DOOR • FABRIC GUIDE • GLASS-SMOOTH PORCELAIN DRUM THAT WON'T RUST. NO CASH DOWN *51 MONTH P T i LARGE FAMILY SIZE REFRIGERATOR 7. 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