Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 3, 1964 · Page 7
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Monday, February 3, 1964
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TONGUE BITER — Francois Bonlieu of France, gold medal winner, holds his tongue between his lips as he concentrates on navigating the trail during the giant slalom in the Winter Olympic Games yesterday at tizum, Austria. (UPI Radio Telephoto) USC at Tempe TE-MPE. Ariz. f UPI>—Univer-i sity of Southern California takes on Arizona State tonight lo complete its five-day, two - game tour of Arizona. The Trojans fell lo University of Arizona Saturday night 71-63 after the Wildcats put on a late stall. UCLA prepares for crucial game with UC For Those Who Take Pride . . . A Service of FIHE mFJSMAHSW E. D. HAHN PAINTING & DECORATING LICENSED, INSURED 793-2664 After 5 P. M. Call 794-1789 By United Press International Walt Hazzard and company- otherwise known as the undefeated UCLA Bruins — check into the University of California gym this weekend for a crucial | Big Six series against the Bears |who don't figure to survive it. I Although trailing the top- ranked Bruins by only one game in the conference standings, the (the : Bears dropped two contests last I weekend to Oregon while the Bruins were brushing off ambitious U. C. of Santa Barbara twice. Botli were non • league series. This gave Cal a season mark of 10-8 -while the Bruins, the kings of the UPI ratings, rolled to a 17-0 showing. Over in the West Coast ath- 1221 ORANGE - REDLANDS WE WRITE MONEY ORDERS — 20c ea. Phase Excuse Our Looks... We're Remodeling'. FROZEN PIES TUNA 29* 5wiss Miss mm m ea. 10c Bit O' Sea • # ea. CORN BEEF LUNCH MEAT Hereford 39^ 12 -ot. can w m ea. 39« FLOUR LA PINA CAN MILK mmm\ &mW 25 »>b, s $f49 Tall Q *l Can W for 1 TOMATO SAUCE TUNA PIES 8 oz. can 12 89 s 19* Star Kist • # ea. DETERGENT 49« Qt. Size • JT ea. POTATOES 19* Star Kist • # ea. DETERGENT 49« Qt. Size • JT ea. WHITE ROSE 19* Star Kist • # ea. DETERGENT 49« Qt. Size • JT ea. 10 - 29 c OLEO BOLOGNA 10c Pound mm Sliced X Qt (Imi.) mm Jf U) MEXICAN Dog Food DINNERS Daily Diet ^ ^25^ 39' letic Conference, the University of San Francisco's pace-setting Dons go after their eighth straight win Thursday when tbey meet San Jose State as the league race resumes following a lull for exams. USF is 3-0 in the standings while the Spartans are 2-0. Tenth-ranked Oregon State, class of the West Coast's independents, matches its 18-3 record against Portland this weekend in a drive toward the NCAA tournament which the Beavers would like to win as a present for Slats Gill, their outgoing coach. contest and accounted for 21 points and 18 rebounds during the 25 minutes that he played. In a WCAC game, Loyola downed Pepperdine, 95-91, after the cellar - bound Waves had taken a five point halftime lead. The Peps also rallied for nine straight points late in the game before Detroit Flanagan sank a field goal to wrap it up for Loyola. Santa Clara lost its fourth in a row and third of a rugged road trip by bowing to St. Bona- venturc, 75-54. The Broncs cut the Bonnics' lead to seven points with three minutes to play in the first half. But the Eastern school then opened the second half with a 12-point blitz. R u s s Vrankovich's 12 points led Santa Clara. Portland, another Northwest Happy-go-lucky Marielle wins giant slalom By HENRY W. THORNBERRY' gained its 15th medal of the UPI Sports Writer , games, a silver medal for scc- INN'SBRUCK, Austria (UPD— iond place in the only other gold Marielle Goitschel, younger,! medal event decided today, the happy - go - lucky member of i men's nordic combined ski corn- France's fabulous skiing sisters, petition won by Tormud Knut-f cut loose with a daring run;sen of Norway. I down a mushy ski slope today: With Miss Saubert's defeat to- to win the women's giant sla-|day, experts now are forecast- lorn ski in the winter Olympics ing the U.S. team will fail to as sister Christine and Amer- win any gold medals in these ica's Jean Saubcrt tied for sec- games. ond. I The men's figure skating.! "This time it was my turn,"!which was won by Americansj exclaimed 18-year-old Marielle. i in the last four Olympic who finished second to shy, 19-j Games, opened today but U.S year-old Christine in Saturday's'champion Scott Ethan Allen, special slalom. i Smoke Rise, N.J., at U the It marked the first time in I youngest competitor in the history that sisters had won [field, was only fourth after the gold medals in the same winterifirst two figures. Olympics. | Marielle, skiing after both Miss Saubert's silver medal;Christine and Jean had made for her second-place tie was her (their runs down the tricky slope second of the games, the only in exactly the same time of one two won by the U.S. team in j minute, 53.11 seconds, finished Red lands Daily Facts Monday, Feb. 3, 1964 — 7 five days of competition. By contrast, the Soviet Union Lakers in third, take rest in 1:52.24. That time became the best of the field when the favorite, ChristI Haas of Austria, followed her down and posted only 1:53.86. j The only other gold medal on CINCINNATI (UPI)—The Los!today's program, the men's Angeles Lakers, reduced to nordic combined ski. was cap third place in the Western Div- hired by Tormod Knutsen. a 32 ision of the National Basketball year-old clerk, for Norway's Association, took a break today first gold medal of the games, in hopes of regaining the "mag-j Tncrc was also great interest in the opening of the men's ic touch - ' which had kept them on top since the opening of the season. The Lakers, who were riding high until losing Jerry West due to a fractured thumb, fell at the hands of the St. Louis figure skating championship. Scott Ethan Elian, 14-year-old U. S. champion who is the youngest competitor in the field was third behind Manfred Hawks Sunday for the 'second ; fchneUdorfer of Germany after time in as many days. St. Louis, behind most of the game, closed the gap in the final minutes to finally down the Lakers 107-105. It was the Lakers fifth straight loss since West left the lineup. However, for the first time since West was hurt, the Lakers played as if they cared. Elgin Baylor topped the Laker scoring with 27 points, while Rudy LaRusso added 24 and Dick Barnett pumped in 23. The Lakers take on the Cicinnati Royals Tuesday night in the final game of their current road trip, and then return home to meet the Detroit Pistons Wednesday. the first compulsory figure. Angels sign two LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Pitcher Barry Latman and first baseman Joe Adcock, who came to the Los Angeles Angels from the Cleveland Indians, have signed their 1964 contracts. Bueknum averages 89.65 to win RIVERSIDE (UPI) — Ronnie Bueknum of Los Angeles was leading in the Pacific Coast Divisional Championships today after winning the first race Sunday when he pushed his "01" Yaller No. 9" to victory in the big bore modified sports car race at Riverside Raceway. Bueknum averaged 89.65 miles per hour, and crossed the fin-, ish line in 22 seconds in front] of Jay Hills, also of Los Ange -I les. Hills drove a Porsche RS60. 1 Blades in four-day break LOS ANGELES (UPI) —The Los Angeles Blades are in the midst of a four-day break today after dropping two games to the Western Hockey League- leading Denver Invaders over the weekend. The Blades, in second place in the standings, lost the first game 3-2 in overtime, and the second 5-3. The Blades get back into action Thursday when they taka on the San Francisco Seals in the Sports Arena.. 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He hit for 23 of '.hem in the first half against a laucho team which managed to slow down the Bruins somewhat ifter bowing lo them, 107-76 on Friday. Oregon State, in the meantime, downed the Big Six's Washington Huskies, 67-59 while Oregon made it two straight over Cal, 72-64 and Arizona bested Southern California, 7163. Mel Counts led the Beavers by putting away 26 points, including a free throw which his team picked up after the Huskies were called for a technical foul. Steve Jones scored 25 points in Oregon's win over the Bears who blew a 10 point lead in the first half. He bucketed a fielder that sent Oregon in front to stay, 44-2, with 13:14 left in the game. Arizona's Wildcats handed Southern Cal its sixth straight defeat despite a 19-point production by Allen Young of the Trojans. A late stall helped Arizona win it after USC had cut their lead to 62-59. Young sustained an injured ankle during the game. West Coast USF rolled to its seventh straight win, the Dons' longest skein since the 1957-58 season, by beating Redlands, 74-45. Ollie Johnson, battling for the national field goal shooting title, hit on nine of his 13 shots from! the floor during the non - loop I State, 75-66. Southern California iDtcrcollc giate Athletic Conference. Whitticr rallied in the second half to overcome an eight point halftime deficit and down Cal Tech 65-63 in the only SCIAC game played. In non conference action, the University of San Diego rallied in the final quarter for an 80-71 victory over Cal Poly of San Luis Obispo. Occidental rolled over Pasadena College 101-85 behind the 20-point performance of Dave Fell. Cal Poly of Pomona used the fast break to dump San Diego State 96-68. Cal Lutheran downed Upland College 95-80 despite a 24-point performance by Gary Plutko. TV&FM ANTENNAS 40 7 -60 Save. 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