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Redlands Daily Facts 6 - Friday, Jan. 31,1964 U.R. cools off in 1st half, loses 73-52 Russia rings up big lead in Winter Games INNSBRUCK, Austria (UPI) —Russia's overall lead in the winter Olympic games was given a big boost today when blonde schoolteacher Lidia Sko- blikova won her second speed- skating gold medal, while U.S. fortunes slumped again with a disappointment in bobsledding. Miss Skoblikova, who won the 500 - meter skating title Thursday, came right back to win the 1.500 meters—the "metric mile." Her clocking of 2:22.6 smashed her own Olympic record of 2:25.2 set in 1960. Her victory today was the third Soviet gold medal and, as a teammate took the bronze medal for third place, gave Russia a grand total of seven medals. i The United States, still without a medal of any kind, suf- man bobsled when its ing-new "glamor" sled, the first U.S.-made bob to compete against the Italian-made podar sleds, failed to live up to expectations. , Comes From Behind Tony Nash of Britain, coming from behind on the second of today's two heals on the icy One beer University of Pacific came from behind at the half to score a 73-52 non-conference win over University of Redlands traveling Bulldogs in Stockton last night. "We were leading at the half by two 35-33, UR coach Lee Fulmer said today,- "but for the first eight minutes of the second half we went scoreless. In the first 13 minutes of the second half we only got four points." j "The game was tighter than; the score indicates, they kept their first club in until the final two minutes," Fulmer said. The Bulldogs left Stockton thisi , . ,, . . morning for San Francisco | a . ln , **J££ where they tangle with powerful University of San Francisco Saturday night in the USF gym. With 10 minutes left in t h e game Pacific Tigers were ahead by 12 as the Bulldogs found their shots weren't dropping. "In the first half we sank 52 per cent of our shots and led in rebounds 19-17," Fulmer said. "Then in the second our shots just weren't dropping. They were good shots and not hurried, but wouldn't go through the hoop. "The kids did a real good job on defensive and overall played a fine game. If we had kept our scoring tempo that we had at the start, it would have been a different game. "Pacific got one more shot lhan we did in the final period but theirs were dropping. They hit on 63 per cent and we managed only 26 per cent in that final half," Fulmer added. Newmyer High For the game George Newmyer was high for the Bulldogs with 13 points followed by Terry Freidlander with 12, Gary Smith 10, Dave Mohs nine and Dick Fisher and Bob Engberg both hit one. The UP five was led by 6-6 forward Bill Wilson with 19 points and center Leo Middleton. another 6-6 with 17 points. Coach Fulmer was pleased with the performance of the Bulldogs and noted that the Pacific coach was woried midway through the contest. "If we shoot well and hang onto the ball I think that we can play with anyone," Fulmer said. "The only problem we had was in the second half wc couldn't buy a basket, we didn't lose the ball it just wouldn't go in." Following Saturday night's game with USF the Bulldogs will fly north to Portland for a game with the University of Portland on Tuesday night to finish their road tour. Last night's loss was the first in five games for the Bulldogs who are leading the SQAC conference. bob-run, held the halfway lead in the two-man bobsled with a total clocking of 2:10.63. The event concludes Saturday with two more heats. Victory Emery of Montreal. Canada, whose sled had been in front after the first heat with a clocking of 1:05.15, could manage only 1:05.93 on the second run and dropped to fourth place with a 2:11.08 total. The best U.S. showing was Sanders and Sifford lead by two strokes PALM SPRINGS. Calif. (UPI) — Georgia's Doug Sand- only fifth place, by the sled driven by Charlie McDonald ofithe compulsory figures Malone. N.Y., with Churck Van-|of the competition. make the team because of illness. Best U.S. finisher in the 1.500 was Judy Morstcin of Butte. Mont., 15th out of 30 competi-j ers and California's Charlie Sif- tors in 2:33.3. Janice Mariejford jointly hold a two-stroke Lawler of Minneapolis was 19th:i ea d today going into the third in 2:34.9 and Janice Smith ofj r0 und of the marathon 90-hole Rochester, N.Y.. in 2:37.S. jendurance contest known as In women's figure skating, anjthc Palm Springs Golf Classic, event won by American girls inj Sanders vaulted from sixth the last two Olympics, favorite]place to the top rung on this Sjouke Dijkstra of Holland con-|intricate golf ladder by shoot- tinued to build up her lead injing a four-under-par 68 Thurs- phasejday at the Eldorado course in ithe second round. dolph of Saranac Lake, N. Y.. The blonde. 22-year-old Dutch With his first round 69, this as brakeman in 2:11.82 on runs girl, who is the reigning worldigave him a 36-hole total of 137 of 1-05 97 and 1:05.85. champion, had a lead of 7.4—a figure matched by Sifford The Soviets, who scored a'points after the first two com-ithe 41-year old Negro golf 1-2-3 sweep in'the 500 - meters Ipulsory figures Thursday and champion Thursday, came close to dupli eating it today in the 1.500. But Kaija Muslonen of Finland took second in 2:25.5. Berta Kolokol- tseva of Russia was third in spank-12:27.1 but the other Soviet skater, Valentina Stenina tired and finished seventh. Dominates Speedskating Russia thus has won five out of six medals so far in women's speedskating — and thus even though Inga Voronina, its world record holder at 500, 1.500, and 3.000 meters did not,ton. increased that to 17.4 points aft-i Sifford hud a second-round 71 er the third figure today. Two at the Indian Wells Club, one more compulsory figures were of four courses swarming with scheduled today and the com-j golfers for the tournament petition ends Sunday with free which includes four days of skating. pro-amateur play, plus another Miss Dijkstra had 598.4 points round for the pros only, after three figures. Peggy! Jacobs Slips Back Fleming, 15-year-old champion! The stocky Sifford shared the from Pasadena, Calif., was J first-round lead at 66 with Tom sixth with 533.6, 16-year-oldimy Jacobs who slipped to z Christine Haigler of Colorado;two-over-par 74 at the Eldorado Springs. Colo., eighth with j course Thursday, and had a 36 526.9; and Tina Noycs of Arting- Mass., 12th with 506.1. New wrinkle on how to one putt every green NEW YORK (UPI)-If you i to must drink, don't drive;—but it's perfectly okay to go ahead and putt. That's the word from a noted eye doctor who claims one glass of beer often can improve a golfer's putting. Notice carefully, he said only ONE. Dr. William W. Vallotton. a leading ophthalmologist at the Medical College of South Carolina, reported his findings before the 57th annual meeting of the Southern Medical Association. He said that alcohol increases convergence tone and may convert exophoria into ortho­ phoria. See Better For the benefit of any non- golfers in the crowd, the doctor means one beer may make a golfer see better. The theory works out fine on paper, but to see what it actually does on (he green, an experiment, strictly in the interests of medical science, you understand, will be conducted at the Doral Country Club in Miami, Fla., home of the $50,000 Doral Invitational. Golfers who wish to take part in the experiment will be asked ._ drink a beer, write down their average putting score and then their actual number of putts after completing 18 holes. Howard Kaskel, president of the Doral Club and a ranking New York state amateur golfer, says the experiment will be conducted for one month beginning Saturday. Concedes Possibility "Maybe the doctor's principle sounds far-fetched, but there could be something to it," Kaskel said. "Anyway, golfers have done much more drastic things to cut down their scores." Dr. Yallotton's theory concerns itself with one beer and makes no provision for other alcoholic beverages. The doctor said a beer may create normal condition of balance of the ocular muscles of the two eyes in which their visual lines meet at the object toward which they are directed. This would compensate for inefficient action of one or more of the eye muscles which causes one eye to deviate from the correct direction. And if that isn't all quite clear, then blame it on the beer. Bartender, please bring me my putter! Blades outskate Denver, win 3-2 By United Press International The scene shifts tonight in the big four-game series between the two top teams in the Western Hockey League, Denver and Los Angeles. The Blades outskated the league leading Denver squad Thursday night in Colorado to pick up a 3-2 victory and snap a 15-game Invader win string at home. The game was more lop-sided than the score indicates because it was 3-1 until Denver pulled its goalie and pushed a second goal through the Los Angeles net with 18 seconds left in the contest. Connie Madigan of the Blades scored in the first stanza and Denver's Bruce Draper tied it up early in the second panel. But Gordy Haworth put Los Angeles ahead 2-1 after t w o periods and then Marc Boileau added the clincher at 1:35 of the final stanza. The win took Los Angeles two points ahead of San Francisco, but the blades still trail Denver by 15 as the two teams take the ice in Los Angeles to night. They meet in a rematch Saturday night. Jim Brown may get top pay in pro football LOS ANGELES (UPI) - If' Cleveland fullback Jim Brown j is as effective at the contract table as he is on the playing field, he may return next year as the highest paid player in the history of professional foot-] ball. Brown, whose spectacularl style gave him a record 1,863 yards in rushing last year and helped boost Cleveland's attendance to the best in the National Football League, indicated Thursday he would be looking for a healthy raise. Brown worked for $40,000 in 1962 and 1963. But Thursday he said: "I'm going to get together with Mr. (ART) Modell and I'm looking for a good contract," leading to speculation he might be bidding for a record $50,000. Brown has been in Hollywood for screen tests in a forthcoming movie, "The Guns of Rio Conchos." He would play a cavalry trooper. Race dare set INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. (UPI) — Raceway Park President Thomas Binford announced Thursday that the Grand Prix of the United States auto race will be held here on Oct. 3, 1965. Lakers, slumping without West, lose 107-89 BALTIMORE (UPI)—The Los Angeles Lakers, slumping badly with backcourt ace Jcry West out of the lineup, rested today after suffering their third straight defeat and looked ahead to a two-game weekend series with the St. Louis Hawks. The Baltimore Bullets, spirited by Walt Bellamy with 29 points, gained their sixth straight victory Thursday night in dumping the Lakers 107-89 before a record crowd here of 12,145. Los Angeles remained in first place in the Western Division of the National Basketball Association, but only by a game and a half over San Francisco and their next opponents, the Hawks. Rudy LaRusso with 24 points and a badly hobbled Elgin Baylor with 21 were unable to make up for the absence of ailing West Thursday night. Filly-mare championship of West to be decided ARCADIA (UPI) — The filly- mare championship of the West is up for decision Saturday at Santa Anita when more than a dozen feminine stars clash in the $50,000 Santa Margarita Handicap. Although John Gaines' Oil Royalty will carry lop weight of 122 pounds, Rex C. Ellsworth's Delhi Maid with 120 pounds and Willie Shoemaker as her rider was the probable favorite in the lie-mile race. A young distaff star demonstrated championship caliber Thursday as Face the Facts equalled the track record in scoring a 10'? length victory in the $22,900 Santa Ynez Stakes for 3-year-old fillies. Face the Facts, a stablemate of the ill-fated Lamb Chop, rac ed the 6\i furlongs in 1:15 2-5 to equal the record set in 1962 by the 5-year-old John William. An even-money favorite, Face the Facts returned $4.00 to win as she coasted home far in front of Leisurely Kin. Roman Goddess was third. In today's featured $12,000 Children's Hospital Purse, Rex C. Ellsworth's Olden Times goes against a field of Santa Anita handicap nominees in the 1 l-16tb-mile race. Among bis rivals arc Mandate, Drill Site, Aldershot, Cadiz, Pirate Cove and Quita Dude. hole total of 140. Sanders, 30-year old Georgian who once played golf for the University of Florida, picked up S250 in "lap money" for his second round 68. He and Sifford, late finishers Thursday, broke through a traffic jam which had four pros tied temporarily for the second- round leadership at 139. They were: Bob Goalby vnD ,. ,,-„,, T„ m ' 6 '- 72 ; BoD Charles, reigning NEW YORK LPI) - Tom iBritish Q kin {rom Ngw OHara. the jockey^ized_rniler| Zca , and and a southpaWi 67 . 72; O'Hara breaks own record in indoor mile Madigan drag takes honors Making its first trip to t h e winner's circle at Colton, The Tom Madigan Chevrolet drag ster from Thousand Oaks took top eliminator honors at last Sunday's Open Drag Meet at Morrow Strip, two miles west of Colton. The Pfaff-Sowins Automotive job, owned by Madigan, was clocked at 140.00 mph and the Class C fuel dragster sped the quarter mile in 10.30 seconds. Street eliminator laurels went to the J & M Speed Center from Riverside a Class A stock machine that turned 111.00 mph, with an T of 12.98. A second eliminator bond went to another Riverside Job, W. L. Marshall's 1956 Chevy in Class D gas, which posted marks of 108.40 and 12.27. All three bond winners, plus several dozen other machines ot all types, will be on hand for this Sunday's day long meet, which runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The class B fuel dragsters were led by Don Harris of Glen dors, at 126.00 and 11.20, while the sports cars were paced by from Chicago, and Canada's Bill Crothers today revealed their newest targets in the wake of record-breaking performances in New York's first indoor meet of the season. O'Hara broke his own Wana maker Mile record with a clocking of 4:00.6 and Crothers established an American indoor mark of 1:50 for the 880-yard run Thursday night in the Millrose Games before a turnaway crowd of 16,004 at Madison Square Garden. Both athletes were surprised when their clockings were announced. "I just wanted to do 4:04," said O'Hara. who ran the last quarter in a nifty 55 seconds. After New Record The skinny strawberry blond from Loyola of Chicago then announced he will shoot for the world indoor mile record of 3:58.6 in the Chicago Daily News meet, March 6. "unless I'm pushed in another meet before then." Crothers said, "I didn't know I was running that fast" after he wiped out the old American 8S0 record of 1:50.3 for an 11- lap track and came within one- tenth of a second of the world mark. Two other meet records were erased before the large Garden throng anxious to get an early line on possible Olympic aspirants. John Thomas high-jumped 7 feet 2U inches to break the Millrose record of 7-2 set by his old Russian foe. Valery Brumel last year and Canada's Bruce Kidd lowered the meet's three mile record to 1J:32.4. Hayes Equals Record Bob Hayes of Florida A&M. making his new york debut, equalled the meet record of 6.1 seconds in the semifinals of the 60-yard dash. He matched that clocking in the final as he barely nipped Fordham's Sam Perry at the tape. The winners of theother major events were NYU's Gary Gubner in the shot put (62 feet. 6'i inches), former Yale star Jay Luck in the Sheppard 600 (1:11.2), Roy Hicks of the U.S. Army in the 60-yard high hurdles (7.2 seconds), and Villanova's Rolando Cruz in the pole vault (15 feet, 6 inches). Morgan State had the best time in the one-mile college relays with a clocking of 3:17.3. Other heat winners were Villanova, Syracuse. Boston College, Fordham and NYU. Gene Littler, 1961 U.S. Open champ; and little-known Dean Refram, Florida Southern College graduate, 70-69. Three At 140 Tied at 140 with Jacobs were: Dapper Don January who won $50,000 for a hole-in- one here two years ago, 69-71; and Zell Eaton, a local club pro, 71-69. Arnold Palmer who had a rough first-round 78 did a comeback of sorts Thursday when he shot a o n e-under-par 71 at the La Quinta course. His 36-hole total was 149. Another large name in golf, defending champion Jack Nicklaus, had 73-72—145. Leader for the total pro-am money of $1,200, payable after the fourth round Saturday, was veteran Jimmy Clark. Clark had led his teams to a 29 under par for 36 holes. Young leads at Palm Beach NBA Standing PALM BEACH GARDENS. Fla. (UPI)—Ken Young of Niagara Falls, N.Y., headed the huge pack of under-50 golfers teeing off today in the second round of the PGA's annual $25,000 National Golf Club championship. Five golfers were at 70. a stroke behind the three-under- par Young fired Wednesday in the first round for his group. The five straining to hold top | positions before tonight's cut were Jack McGowan of Largo. Fla.; Tommy Strafaci, Brooklyn, N.Y.; Ernie Boros, Southern Pines. N.C.; Skip Alexander of St. Petersburg, and James Stamps of Dalton, Ga. Close to 250 golfers were in the under-50 group—and nearly that many more in the 50-and- over group which played its second round Thursday with defending champion John Barnum of Belmont, Mich., in the lead. The field will be cut at the end of today's play to the low 125 scorers and ties for the final two rounds Saturday and Sunday over the two courses of the PGA's new national headquarters layout here. Barnum fired a 65, seven under par, on the shorter of the two courses Thursday to move into the halfway lead at 137, a stroke up on Sam Snead of Boca Raton, Fla., and Pete Cooper of Lake Worth. Fla., both with 68s Thursday and totals of 138. Eastern Division Boston Cincinnati Philadelphia New York w 35 34 23 17 Western Division Los Angeles San Francisco St. Louis Baltimore Detroit W 31 29 30 21 13 L 13 19 27 40 L. 22 23 24 29 36 Pet. .729 .642 .460 .298 Pet. .5S5 .558 .556 .420 .265 Thursday's Results Baltimore 107 Los Angeles 89 Cincinnati 133 New York 110 Detroit 109 San Francisco 100 (Only games scheduled) Friday's Games Philadelphia at Boston Baltimore vs. Cin. at Dayton (Only games scheduled) Ohmer Engineering of Covina, at 107.31 and 13.50. The super-stocks class was won by Ken Currell of San Clemente, at 106.00 and 13.27 the Class A modifieds by Ray Roach of Anaheim at 106.50 and 13.23; and the D dragsters by: Ralph Walker of Covina at 118.001 and 12.22. I WHL standings W L Denver 32 16 Los Angls 23 21 San Fran 23 23 Seattle 20 22 Portland 19 24 Vancouver 17 28 Thursday's Results Los Angeles 3 Denver 2 Friday's Schedule Denver at Los Angeles San Francisco at Vancouver T Pts GF GA 2 66 196 135 4 51 142 168 2 48 155 175 4 44 165 147 5 43 151 162 3 37 153 175 BUG CONTROL BATON ROUGE, La. (UPI)— Dr. R. D. Radeleff, a govern' ment veterinarian from Kerrville, Tex. Tuesday proposed that sexual sterilization was su perior to toxic sprays for insect control. Radeleff told a technical meeting that chemicals were superior to radiation for sterilizing bugs. WHY.. does Garvey Motors deliver so many new and used cars. SWOOP TO VICTORY—Austria's Egon Zimmerman speeds to victory in the men's downhill race during the Winter Olympics at Innsbruck, Austria. At Empire Bowl: Forester Mixed High Game — Paul Bendemire 201, Sally Childers 199. Series — Paul Bendemire 560. Dorothy DeMirjyn 476. 200 Club — Carl Gicse 200, Charles Gladish 200, Paul Bendemire 201. Standi gs: Sing-a-Longs 4428, Toppers 41-31, Sill Benders 38l2 -33li. Hootnannies 37-35, We Four 35'=-36'/=, Slow Starters 3537, Robins Hoods 34'/i-37',i. Wistful Four 34-38, Four Restors 31-41, Four Pine Cones 29 , ,=-42 '2. Teachers High Game — Jim Stanfill 221, Diane Lowry 181, Series — John Demmon 565, Diane Lowry 521. 200 Club — Jim Stanfill 221, Ed Iverson 220, Ken Hurlburt 215, John Demmon 204, Chan Bailey 208, Bill Cook 202. Standings: 14 K Kernels 4115, Chuckles 35-21, Dillys 31-25. Onnie Kerns 27-29, Bridge Tolls 27-29, Presidents 26-30, Crafty Ones 25-31, Bawi Keras 24-32, El Flickers 22-34, Eailenders 2234. Thursday Nite Rejects High Game — Dave Martin 215, Corine Herring 192, Series — Carl Redmond 540, Virginia Thomas 495. 200 Club — Dave Martin 215, Dick Weisberg 202. Standings: Tenax Town 40-17, Cunninghams 35-22, Mulders 133 -24, Anodynes 31-26, Jolly Jug 27-30, Jim Glaze 26-31, Dukes 25-32, Highlanders 23li-331i, Sims 22',i-34'/i, Don Hunts 2235. Even Dozen High Game—Jim Wilson 224, Scries — Elvin Smith 604. 200 Club — R. Roberts 201. S. Herring 201, J. Wilson 224. P. Fultz 215, M. Falkertsma 220, E. Smith 221, A. Quintana 201, D. Muth 210. Standings: Brookside Dairy 51 -33, Cal Water and Tel Two 40-35, Goods Wearing Apparel 49-35, U-Rundle Mek-A-Nix 4836, Sanitary Plumbing 47 '/2 -36 >-2, Pure Gold 45-39, Inland Septic 45-39, Cal Water and Tel One 44 '/2 -39'. = , U-Rundle HiFires 4341, Bills Barber Shop 41-43, Brookside Market 35-49, Bobs Ready Mix 33'.2 -50 '/2, Mentone Liquors 31-53, Sunset Tile and Roofing 25V=-58 '/2. Junior Women's Benefit High Game — Betty Starbuck 201, Series — Pearl Van Zanten 533. Standings: Redlands Plumbing 33 -18, Jacinto and Son 30 '.220 '-2, Vans Plumbing 30-21, Levines Clothing 30-21, Electronic Wholesale 29-22, Brookside Dairy 29-22, Skyberg 2S ,= -22',i, Huiskens 28 , 2 -22 I -i, Emerick and McDowell 29-24. Brookside Market 27-24, Carini and Marchese 26-25, Astro 24 '/2 -26li, Brookside Beauty 23-28, Western Auto 23-28, Audio Visual 22 '-2 -28Vi, Balaban 21-30, Citrus Liquor 21-30, Bootery 20 '.2 -30 '/2, Redlands Camera 19-32, Advertiser 19-32. At Tri City Bowl: Tri City Commercial High Game — J. Moses 203, Series — P. Castro 547. Standings: bblacktoppers 14-6, Diamond D Ranch 12-2, Irvine Equipment 10-10, McKeen Sawmill 9Vi-10 ',2, Van Dorin Darts 9*4-10^, Wayne Gossett Ford 5-15. Junior Varsity downs Riverside Poly 55-48 By TOM REEDER Riverside Poly fast - breaked its way to a tough 55-48 win over the Redlands High Junior Varsity on the Poly boards. The Terriers played one of their best games this season, but came out on the short end in the tussle against a tall Riverside team. The Bears, who are undefeated in league action, were led by Redaell, who dropped in IS points for game honors. Steve Ha gen hit for 17 and Jim Winter 16 in the losing effort. Winter played the game with several stitches in his cut left eyelid. Rex McBride put in 8 points Terry Cook 5, and Dick Owens scored 2. Coach Maurice Fey praised the squad for a great effort, and singled out Hagen Owens, and Winter for their fine play. Monday the Terriers take on hapless Colton in a home encounter beginning at 4:30 p.m Peralta 6-5 over Pastrano in TV bout NEW ORLEANS (UPI)Challenger Gregorio Peralta of Argentina is a slight 6-5 favorite to wrest the world light heavyweight crown from Willie Pastrano in their just-signed 15 round fight at the New Orleans Municipal Stadium, April 10. But no odds were offered today on whether promoter Bon nie Geigerman would take ad vantage of the fact that this bout would be the first in New Orleans at which the promoter could sell tickets on a non-segregated basis if he wishes. Contracts for Pastrano's first defense of the 175-pound title were signed by representatives of the two fighters at New York and New Orleans Thursday. The documents provided for national Friday-night television at homes by ABC. Although this is the first defense for will-'o-th'-wisp Willie, it's a return fight for him and I the challenger from Argentina. They met in a non-title 10 rounder at Miami Beach on Sept. 20 and Peralta — making his United States' debut — won the decision. Television provides $60,000 for the April fight. Champion Willie gets 45 per cent of that, which is tantamount to a $27, 000 guarantee. Peralta receives 15 per cent, or an expected $9,000. In addition they get 45-15 of the net gate. Thunderbirds host Palm Springs team Yucaipa High Thunderbirds currently leading the Desert Valley League host second place Palm Springs tonight in a league test. Coach Kent Hayden'i T-Birds are 3-0 in DVL standings. The Thunderbirds win streak was snapped at seven by San Jacinto on Tuesday night in a non-league basketball encounter. Palm Springs is holding down second place with a 2-1 record just a game behind the Thunderbirds so the Yucaipa five must win tonight to stay in the lead. The Junior varsity game will start at 7 p.m. with the varsity tussle following. Forward Dennis Hare holds the DVL scoring lead with a 25.3 average for the Thunderbirds. T-Bird Ron Wallace is the only other Yucaipa player in the top 10 in scoring, he is hitting at a 10.3 clip. Desert Valley League Varsity Basketball W. L. PF PA Yucaipa 3 0 176 132 Palm Springs ... 2 1 153 144 Banning 2 1 149 128 29 Palms 1 2 155 164 Indio 1 2 139 155 Coachella 0 3 138 187 Tonight's Schedule Palm Springs at Yucaipa. Indio at Twentynine Palms. Banning at Coachella. DVL TOP TFV rlavtr. School KG FT TP Avg. Hare. Yucaipa US 20 76 25.3 Richards. 29 Palms 23 1 57 19.0 Zamarripa. Coachella 1!) S 43 14.3 Carr. Banning . 13 13 39 13.0 Price. Coachella 11 17 30 13.0 Runee. Palm Springs 1G « 38 13.7 Erickson. Palm Spgs. 15 7 37 12.3 Wolfington. Banning. 14 R 36 12.0 Wallace. Yucaipa .. : It 9 31 10.3 Bishop. 29 Palms 13 3 29 9.7 Physical exams for Yucaipa Little League Physical examinations for all Yucaipa Little League baseball players will be held tomorrow and on Feb. 8th, Stuart Ramsay, league president said today. The physicals will be conducted by Dr. J. Alton Edwards and his staff at 34675 Yucaipa boulevard. As in the past the physicians are donating their services. Tomorrow the examinations starting at 9 a.m. will be for 10, 11 and 12 year old boys and on Feb. 8 for eight and nine year old players. Each boy must have a registration slip signed by his parents and in addition all new players must present birth certificates. Three primary requirements for play in the Yucaipa league according to Ramsay are; all boys must present registration slips signed by their parents; all must have a physical exam and all new players must have birth certificates. Boys who have conformed to the regulations will be notified of tryouts which will be held on three successive Saturdays in the near future. After the tryouts there will be the player auction at which many of the boys will be assigned to major league team for the season. Those not assigned to major squads will compete in the minor or farm leagues. Holdover players will continue with the. teams that they played on in 1963. Costa spills in ninth race ARCADIA (UPI) — Jockey Frank Costa had a strained back today as the result of a spill from his mount, Blue Cactus, in the ninth race Thursday at Santa Anita—the only apparent injury resulting from the accident. It was uncertain whether he would ride again today. SUNDAY MORNING DO-NUT CLUB 3-6-9 Doubles FREE COFFEE! FREE DO-NUTS! EVERY SUNDAY at 11 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 Three Santa Anita jockeys j suspended ARCADIA. Calif. (UPI) — Three jockeys at Santa Anita begin suspensions Saturday ranging from five to 10 days for careless riding. The track's board of stewards cracked down on Ray York and Frank Costa for five days and handed Danny Manzella a 10- day suspension for infractions observed during Wednesday's racing program. LUBE ROOM topics By DICK ANDERSON Shock absorbers do mora than cushion the rid* for passengers. They keep the wheels on the road and give maximum control to the driver. Keep your suspension system in tip top condition. DfCK ANDERSON'S MOBIL SERVICE EXPERT LUBRICATION I BRAKE SERVICE. " 8 W. R.dlandi Bl» T.I. 793-3269 REDLANDS

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