Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 4, 1964 · Page 9
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Pal m Springs Golf Classic Action Sidelights by Jim Sloan HAT IN THE RING — Chi Chi Rodriquez, the crowd favorite during the Classic tourney puts his hot over the hole whenever he sinks a long putt to make sure the ball won't jump out. Rodriquez finished sixth with a 357 for the 90 holes. BARE FOOT BOY — Champagne Tony Lema on right who took 13 shots to hole out on the 18th hole or 90th of the Classic talks if over with Arnold Polmer. Palmer two weeks ago took a nine on a three par hole at Pebble Beach. Palmer was the announcer while Lema got one foot wet in one pond and then stroked into another pond. The strokes knocked him from a good prize check of 51500 to zero. Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, Feb. 4,1964 - 9 Bruins aiming at bringing basketball title back i NEW YORK (UPI) — UCLA.,on a goal-tending play in the ! aiming to bring the national i final second, slipped from j i . ,. „ .... . „ , ,„ ifourlh to fifth. Villanova and | basketball t.tle back to the^ made the on , y Qthcr ad . iWest Coast for the first time varices in the top 10. Villanova in four years and join an ex-jjumped from seventh to sixth j elusive group of unbeaten and Duke from eighth to scv- | champions, today ranked No. 1 enth. jin the United Press Interna-! vanderbilt. victimized bv Au- Itional major college ratings forj bunl- su (( eTC(i the biggest drop the fifth straight week. jj„ thc ratings, skidding from The Bruins own the only pcr- 1{ifth t0 c ; gn f n . Lovola of Chi- jfect record among majorj cago rebounded from a pair of j teams and if they can survive Iosses two weeks ag0 wjth :a schedule which calls for six jtnree wi n S j ast week to tighten j games away from home in theijtg gr j p on ninm and Oregon j remaining nine, they could be- J state, winner of 18 games, con- come only the fourth unbeaten ; tinued to rank 10th. UPI champion since the ratings j Th „ ba d on were instituted in 19a0. „i,,!Lt .i,..„,.„u c,t„- j The last West Coast chamoi-! Samcs pIayed through Satur ' :on was California in 1960. The North Carolina titlists of 1957. the San Francisco team of the |'55-'56 season and Ohi oState's I '60-'61 quintet are the only per- 'fect-record champs, j For the third consecutive I week 32 of the 33 coaches on, . , . , , , i the UP! rating board ranked i winds £ ave slowed tnc •>? f om " I UCLA No. I and awarded thelP etm S 1)0315 m ,hc seventh bien- isame point total of 346. four Nat San Dic S° " t0 " Acapulco points less than a perfect rat-| Yacht Racc - j ng I At reporting time Monday fa- i Michigan received two first- v orcd Sirius II was out in front : place ballots and Kentucky jof the field which, to that pe- !one. The points arc distributed fiod. was experiencing the slow- on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis fori est race—104 miles in 22 hours- votes from first to 10th, re -iin the history of the 1.430-mile spcctively. ^event. Michigan and Kentucky con-! tinued to rank 2-3. respectively. day, Feb. 1. Light winds slow race SAN DIEGO (UPI) — Light Soaring Wichita, 12th three weeks ago, rose from sixth to fourth on the strength of its unblemished Missouri Valley Conference record. Little Davidson, which absorbed its first loss last week! APPROVE SCHEDULE BATAVIA, N.Y. (UPI) — A 130-game schedule that opens April 27 was approved Sunday by the directors of the New York - Pennsylvania Baseball League. WHL standings STAYS DRY — Charlie Sifford just missed the water hazard and chipped out — too long. Sifford went past the pin by four feet on the fourth hole on the Eldorado course during the Palm Springs Golf Classic. Coming back the leader for three rounds missed his putt. Denver ;Los Angls jSan Fran ! Seattle i Portland Vancouver W L T Pts GF GA 34 16 2 70 205 141 50 148 177 2 48 159 189 4 48 1B0 152j 5 45 150 170 3 39 153 186 23 23 23 25 22 22 20 25 18 29 | Monday's Results i No games scheduled Yucaipa Thunderbirds in big game with Banning Yucaipa High Thunderbirds iderbirds were in the thick of ran into a spoiler tonight as'the title race Banning defeated they host Banning Broncos at!them twice to remove them 8 p.m. in the T-Bird .gym.jfrom the championship track. Coach Kent Hayden's Birds are) Starting for the T-Birds will out to complete the first round!be Dennis Hare, the leading of Desert Valley League play [scorer in the DVL and Jerry undefeated. Last season when the Thun- Priebe at the forwards, Ron Wallace at center and Chip At Empire Bowl: 855 Majors High Game — Bob Nottingham 256, Series — Bob Nottingham 696. 200 Club — Joe Council 216. Bob Dietrick 201. Ben Peters 211. Bob Gabert 201, Dan Bar- tolemei 225, Herb Buyak 216. Lau Green 233, Harold Laws 201, George Arnold 226, Jerry Bullock 215, Bob Nottingham 256, Chuck Dimdas 210, Bob Evancik 221, Rich Sepulveda 204, Orville Noel 206, George Lincoln 630, Ed Closson 235, Mike Hinojos 247, John Lagerquist 212, Rich Mulder 211. Bill Nottingham 211, Duane Sauvage 202, Sonny Capehart 212. Dick Watson 207, Bob Castillo 223, Clint Burson 243. Standings: Culligans Soft Water 42-21, Skyberg Const. Co. 38'i-24'i, Ells Heating and Air 36-27, Knights Flying A 34-29. State Farm Ins 32-31. Bill Youngs Service 32-31, Steakeat- crs Inn Sl'i-Sl'i, Jet Music Co. 24-29. Wallen Pontiac 22^-40', i.| Burgeson Heating 22 , i-40',j. J Valentine Doubles j Leaders in the valentine! doubles are Dot Weiss and Luaj Green with a 1183 series. Betty Wallace and Norm Parker 1176 and also in second Tem and Jack Goddard with 1176. Donut Club Sue Barnes and Bill Lutes won the donut club doubles with a 1382 series — Jack and Tem Goddard took second with a 1331 total and Betty Wallace and Howard Collins were third with 1330. King of the Hill AI Otterbeck defeated Jerry Moore, five strikes to four to become Empire Bowls new king of the hill. The optional jackpot was won by Don Jones who totaled 27 strikes for both squads. Mixed Doubles Von and Elsie Horton won first place in thc mixed doubles with a 1257 series — Elvera Baker and Craig Roberts finished second with 1164. Vera and Sue Parton were third with 1154. At Tri City Bowl: Monday Six High Game and Series — I. Buck 197, 539; J. Granger 181, 524. Standings: Roys Barber Shop 13-7, Team Five 12-8, Hillview Apartments HVi-SVi. Team Four 10Vi-9'.*, Jacks Bar Supplies 7-13, Four B's 6-14. Mixed League High Game — C. Brooks 205. M. Brooks 172, Series — C.l Brooks 550. M. Brooks 455. Standings: Double A Dist. 164, Redlands Cab Co. 14-6, Rettig Machine Shop 12-8, A and P Auto Parts 8-12, Bens Bombers 7-13. The 300's 3-17. Chiappone and Chuck Shewmaker at guards. Wallace missed by one point of making the league top ten in scoring this week. Desert Valley League Varsity Basketball W. Yucaipa 4 Banning 3 Palm Springs .... 2 Indio 2 29 Palms 1 Coachella 0 Tonight's Schedule Banning at Yucaipa. 29 Palms at Palm Springs Coachella at Indio. 75 6 62 8 62 13 35 13 31 D 49 20 48 12 IS 10 42 DVI. TOP TEN SCORERS Player. School FG FT TP Avs. Hare. Yucaipa 40 26 106 26.5 Richards. 28 Palms ... 35 Zamarripa, Coachella 28 G. Remain, 29 Palms . 27 M. Wcndl. Indio 21 Carr. Banning II) Erickson. P. Springs.20 Price. Coachella 14 Goddard. Indio 17 Wolfington. Banning. 16 Smith to fight Holman SANTA MONICA (UPI)—California middleweight champion Johnny Smith has agreed to defend his title against Tevel Holman of San Diego who scored a first - round knockout over Aristeo Chavarin of Los Mochis, Mexico, Monday night at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. Smith said after the Holman Chavarin bout that he would meet the winner in about three or four weeks. Now You Know By United Press International Catastrophic accidents, those in which five or more persons are killled, were responsible for nearly 1,400 deaths last year in the continental United States, according- to the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Answers to key questions about the investor-owned electric utility industry and the all-electric future How does the USA compare with Russia in power? Every way you measure it, America is well out front in the race for electric power. The production of electricity per person in the USA is more than three times that of the USSR. Looking far into the future, experts do not foresee Russia, with its government-operated system, ever catching up with USA. There is hardly anything in the history of industry to compare with the steady, orderly progress made over the past SO-odd years by the electric industry. This chart shows how we stand in electric power capacity compared to other nations. ELECTRIC POWER CAPACITY—1960 How well is the USA served electrically by investor-owned utilities? Virtually every community, farm and hamlet in USA is served with low-cost electricity by investor-owned utilities such as Southern California Edison. Their transmission lines crisscross the face of America, bearing the low-cost power needed for modern living today and in the bright, busy all-electric future. Here's how America's principal electric transmission lines will cover the U.S. by 1970. Most powerful man in the world In America, where by far the greatest amount of electricity is produced and used, the average worker is provided with electric power equal to the energy of 456 able- bodied men. With this at hand, he's the most powerful man in the world! No other system has ever come close to matching the record of the investor-owned electric companies of America. We have more electric power capacity than the next five countries combined— three times the capacity of the Soviet Union. They'll sure never bury us electrically! To see how companies like Southern California Edison put the punch in America's power, please read right. By 1970 the investor-owned electric companies expect to nearly double their present generating capacity. By 1980 this figure is expected to reach over three and one-half times today's total. This growth is pretty staggering, even in. a land where growth is taken for granted. But when it is remembered that this surging growth of low-cost electricity comes on a pay-its-own-way basis —with not a penny of tax support—it is doubly significant. It is, fortunately for us taxpayers, totally unnecessary for the government even to attempt or consider duplicating the service and facilities of the investor-owned utility companies of America. For more details, send for your copy of "The Investor-Owned Electric Utility IndustryT Write: The Advertising Department, Southern California Edison Company, P.O. Box 351, Los Angeles 53, Calif. "Hold the wire a minute. Marge. I'm going to get a cup to dry!" Southern California Edison

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