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Redlands Daily Facts 14 - Wed., Feb. 5, 1964 Portland defeats UR 64-50 University of Redlands Bulldog took a 1-0 lead but then fell behind and trailed the rest of the way as the host University of Portland scored a 64-50 win last night. The game ended the Bulldogs current road trip. The team left Portland this morning and arrives in Los Angeles this afternoon. Friday coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldogs return to SCIAC action in Currier gym against Cal Tech. Saturday night they host Pasadena in a non-league game. "We didn't play near the game against Portland that we did against University of San Francisco," coach Lee Fulmer said today." We had some good shots the first half but they weren't dropping, we had 22 per cent from the floor." "The second half we got 48 per cent from the floor but they handle the boards well, Fulmer added. Portland center Steve Anstett is 6-8 and two other players on the first five are 6-6. The second team which saw quite a bit of action against Redlands also has some 6-6 boys. Bob Engbcrg was the leading! scorer for Redlands with 14 points. Coach Fulmer credited | forward George Newmyer with doing a good job on the boards, he pulled down 10 rebounds. Cen ter Dick Fisher collected nine. "They stayed in there against the big men and battled all the way," Fulmer added. "Everyone is healthy and the officiating has been good on the trip. Portland plays more a run ning type game and the play is more aggressive up here than in Southern California. We will be happy to get back to the sunshine, its been 35-40 degrees and overcast up here," Fulmer stated. Portland moved to a 25-14 lead at the half and then moved out to a 41-21 lead in the second half. Both teams cleared their benches during the contest. Redlands G. F. T. Engberg 5 4-6 14 Fisher 3 1-3 Newmyer 1 0-0 Smith 4 l-l Mohs 1 0-1 Freidlandcr 3 0-0 Loper 2 1-1 Pinyoun 0 1-1 Dickey 2 0-0 Jones 0 0-0 Terriers rebound to defeat Colton 72-45 By TAM IRVING ,5-11 transfer student turned in a Thunderbirds blast through Banning Yucaipa High Thunderbirds blasted through the first round of Desert Valley League play last night with a convincing 6656 win over visiting Banning. Leading coach Kent Hayden's._ , . - t . . . ... Thunderbirds was Dennis Hare| Terners . m Cltrus BcIt League;lack of height hurt them, who Dumped in 31 points .'competition. I Endcman cleared the bench in iu -rn- J Redlands more than doubled!the fourth period as the league - Jr .y^.^L ™-r _7- L I t 7( the Yellowjacket rebound out-'leading Terriers moved to the r * ._ • p U t t 6J.27 as they rambled to! win. Friday Redlands will play Redlands High Terriers re- j solid job for the Terriers on de- bounded their way to a 72-45j fe "* e ;, ,-, .... t „ „ ! I thought that the kids did a win over visiUng Colton \cllow| g00d job> .. Endeman s a - x d . jackets yesterday in Terrier;-when it's wide open from the gym. It was the ninth straight [start sometime its tough to keep win for coach Al Endcman's, going. I thought that Colton's hold a 5-0 record in DVL stand ings. Friday night the Thunder- the win over the short Colton birds travel to meet Twcntyninej five forward Jim Gardner end- Palms in the opening game of^ witn 2 o points and 19 re- the second round. j bounds for Redlands to take Hare tallied 31 points, his top!scoring honors. performance of the season and hiked his league leading scor ing total to 137 for a 27.4 average. Guard Chip Chiappone turned in his best effort of the season with 14 points and a strong de fensive game for the winners Forward Jerry Priebe was the third T-Bird to tally in double figures with 10. Bannings Mike Wolfington hit 14 and Rich Carr and Bob Platner each had 10. Yucaipa moved ahead at the start and was never headed as they gained a 3224 halftimc lead. Banning G. F. Allen 1 0 Malone 3 0 Plainer 4 2 Carr 3 4 Wolfington 6 2 Mathews 1 2 Brown 3 2 Swait 0 2 Center Tom McCutcheon j host to Fontana in the RHS gym with the varsitv game at 8 p.m CBL San Bernardino High Cardinals stayed one game back of Redlands in the Citrus Belt plunked in 15 points and Bob i League title chase with a 72-45 Molenkamp and Ray Hurt each hit for 12. The Yellowjackets fell behind 7-0 at the start and at the quarter the Terriers held a 19-11 lead. By the half the Redlands hoopsters had increased their lead to 40-25 and kept right on win over visiting Chaffey High Cardinal Ernie Powell pumped in 30 points, 26 of them from the floor to stay in first place in the individual scoring race. Ramona High Rams of Riverside smashed Pacific High 76-50 going in the third and fourth j in the Rams gym. periods. I Riverside Poly notched a 54- Senior guard Guy Wollam. a|a3 win over Fontana. Bill Stew­ art and Ed Folmar brought the Poly Bears from behind in the final quarter for the victory. Stewart had 25 points for the game. Colton G. Nolin 6 Kjorvestad 2 Martinez 4 Llamas 1 Metcalf 1 Buskey 0 Totals 14 Redlands G. Gardner 8 Molenkamp 4 McCutcheon 5 Hurt 6 Mercado 3 Malone 1 Hagen 1 Farrell 1 Hales 0 Totals 29 Score by quarters: Colton 11 14 11 9—15 Redlands 19 21 15 17—72 F. T. 1 13 4 8 4 12 3 5 3 5 2 2 17 45 F. T. 4 20 4 12 5 15 0 12 0 6 0 2 0 2 0 2 1 1 14 72 Dennis Rought heads revived archery club Totals 21 14 GOLD MEDALIST — Terry McDermott, 23, Essexville, Michigan barber, skates the U.S. to its first Winter Olympics gold medal in the 500 meter speed event. Not only did he pull a surprise victory; he also set an Olympic record of 40 .1 seconds. (UPI photo) Finest golfing field may tee off in Phoenix PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI) — The finest golfing field of the 1964 pro tour season may tee 7Joff in the $50,000 Phoenix Open Totals 21 8-13 Portland G. F. Toner 1 0-0 Nichols 5 00 Anstett 6 2-3 Falkner 1 0-2 Coston 3 1-2 Cooper 0 0-1 Dortch 1 0-0 Powell 3 1-2 Wollmuth 6 1-1 Soldan 0 1-1 Lewis 2 2-2 Benj'm'n 0 0-0 Maerz 0 0-0 Thursday — despite all the problems caused by a conflict between the sponsors and the Professional Golfers Association. Indications now are that the PGA has re-grouped most of its stars and they'll be on deck, as usual, to fight it out. Defending champion Arnold Palmer, his arch - rival Jack Nicklaus, Jay and Lionel Hebert, Don January, Tony Lema and most of the rest will be onipoat, sirius II remained in con- hand. There also is a belief Uention in third place, that Gary Player, who hasj The 40 - foot la Dolce Vita spent the winter in his native South Africa, will show up to 'Dailu^&lfacts La Dolce Vita picks up in stiff wind SAN DIEGO (UPI) — Carlos Braniff's La Dolce Vita held the lead today in the seventh biennial San Diego - to - Acapulco Yacht Race, but the scratch Johnny Podres signs with LA. Dodgers By United Press International Johnny Podres has signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers Yucaipa G. Priebe 3 Hare S Wallace 3 Chiappone 7 Shcwmakcr o Byard 0 F. 4 13 2 1 1 24 66 range to look it over and do some practice shooting. Jim Fox and Art Crain were asked to check on straw for targets. Mr. Sorenson will supply target material for Sunday's shoot. The next meeting will be held elected Miss Gail Tierncy as at the National Field Archery vice-president and Mrs. Ken-. Association's office at 7 p.m. neth Stewart as secretary-treas- Monday and anyone interested urer to serve with Mr. Rought. in archery is urged to attend. Dennis J. Rought was elected president of the n e w I y formed archery group Monday evening. Interested archers met at the _2\ National Field Archery Associa-] gg'tion building on Highway 99 and Totals 21 Score by quarters: Banning 9 15 19 13—56 Yucaipa 13 19 17 17—«6 Jayvce score: Banning 59, Yucaipa 55. 8 Frank Sorenson gave a com- 14jmittec's report concerning dues. liHe also said that the range formerly used by the Redlands Field Archers was again available for use of the newly organized group which is comprised Totals 28 8-14 64 Redlands 14 36—50 Portland 25 39—64 Personal fouls — Redlands: Engberg 2, Fisher 3. Newmyer 3. Smith, Mohs, Freidlander, Pinyoun 3. Portland: Toner, Anstett 2, Falkner 2, Coston, Cooper, Wollmuth 3, Soldan, Lewis. Maerz. compete. National Open champion Jul ijius Boros was trailed to a Los 61 Angeles Airport and changed his tickets from Nev York to Phoenix. Palmer wasn't quite as lucky. He was flying his own plane and already was over El Paso, Tex., when he ran into bad weather. He turned around and flew back to Tucson, where he was contacted by PGA officials and told that the tournament was "on." So he headed straight for Phoenix. A pro-amateur competition is slated for today, with the 72- hole tourney getting under way Thursday at the Phoenix Comv try Club. SCARES At Empire Bowl: City Of Hope High Game and Series — Barbara Nymeyer 200, 470. Standings: Her Majesty 49-19, Van Wieren 44-24, PCA 39-29, Levines 36-32, Emerich and McDowell 34-34, Smith Union 32'.=- 35li. Hals Liquor 23-36. L and B Supply 31'*-36>£, Shawver Shell 27-31, Shirlcliff Const. 1949. Tuesday A. M. High Game and Series — Jane Angus 200, 508. Standings: Rolling Pins 38-19, Pin Ups 35-22, Ten Pins 35-22, Sidewinders 31-26, Toppers 2829. Checkmates 24 VB -32 V 4, Cin­ nabars 22-35, Untouchables 14Vi- 42 V4. Tuesday Night Ladies High Game — Adina Morse 198, Series — Jan Breazile 548. Standings: DeVolls Market 37Vi-25V2, Jacks Chevron 37-26, Standard Stations 33-30, Tri City Concrete 32 , ,i-30'.4, Farmers Daughters 32-31, Mary Cleaners 30-33, Brookside Market 2816-34Ji, Big Four Market 21Vi-4Bi. Ladies Scratch Trio High Game — Joyce Lawrence 231, Series — Sue Barnes 777. 200 Club — Sue Barnes 226,1 Joyce Lawrence 231, Margie Dunson 222, Florine Dundas 210. Celeste Jones 214. Standings: Jim Glaze. 49-35, Steak Eaters 48',=-35V=, Sedgwick 48-36, McCartneys 44-40 Di Carlo's 34'.i-49'2, Town 28-56. it figured that's the equivalent of a $300,000 life insurance policy. sailed from 13th to 1st place Although Podres may be the Tuesday with the aid of 2 - 4; "other" lefthanded starter in Lakers open 2-game series with Pistons LOS ANGELES (UPI)— The dethroned Los Angeles Lakers, cheered only morally by word that injured star Jerry West may be back in action sooner than expected, try to collect the shattered pieces of the National Basketball Association western division dreams tonight. They open a two-game set with the Detroit Pistons in the Sports Arena. The Lakers fell from first to and the way Walter Alston hasj third in dividion standings by losing all six games of their just-concluded road trip. The final blow was inflicted Tuesday night by the Cincinnati Royals, who drubbed Los Angeles Present at the meeting were: Misses Gail Tierney, Karen Stewart, and Sandie Stewart Mmes. Kenneth Stewart. Robert H. Wilson; Msrs: Art Crain, Dennis Crain, Jerry Reagan. Dick Stuart, Ed Myers, Jim of archery enthusiasts from'Fox, Rod Longfellow, Frank Redlands. Mentonc, Yucaipa)Sorenson, Dave Sorenson, Steve and Calimesa. jSorenson, Wes Hunnicutt, Don Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m.!Ruggles, Irving Baum, Dennis the group will gather at thelJ. Rought and Don Ziegler. NBA Standings Eastern Division Boston Cincinnati Philadelphia New York Western Division W. L. Pet. 32 23 .582 w. L. Pet. 38 14 .731 37 19 .661 29 .442 17 42 .288 knot winds. Several other smaller craft also picked up distance on the large boats. The winds, however, became stronger later in the day. When the positions were last reported La Dolce Vita had logged 235 miles in the 1.430-mile event, which began Sunday, and was in command in the class C division. Tennis tourney planned for UR courts The tournament chairman of the Redlands Racquet Club has planned a Draw Mixed Doubles Round Robin Tournament for Sunday, February 9, and Sun day February 16 at 1 p.m. at the University Courts. All members are invited to participate in this first get-to getlier of the new year. Those interested in playing please phone Pat Pratt at 792-4868 by tomorrow evening. An entry fee will be charged. Swim clinic Thursday night at YMCA A competitive swimming clinic will be held at the Redlands YMCA pool tomorrow night at 7 p.m. Parents of members of the boys and girls swim teams and anyone interested in competitive swimming are invited. Former RHS coach Walt Anderson sill conduct the clinic. Persons interested in becoming timers, or judges at home meets j are urged to attend, Wes Ogle! YMCA physical director said.' The clinic will cover all phases of officiating. Ramer Lake being treated for better fishing A chemical treatment aimed at eradicating a huge population of carp is being made by the Department of fish and Game this week at Ramer Lake, five miles north of Brawley off High way 111 in the Imperial Valley. The lake was recently drained to a low level by the DFG to concentrate the carp, expose dikes in need of repair, and give DFG biologists a smaller area to treat with rotenone. About two weeks after the chemical treatment, the lake is expected to be completely detoxified. It will then be refilled with fresh water and stocked with largemouth bass brood stock, channel catfish fingerlings, and either bluegills or re- dear sunfish. This program is expected to revive Ramer Lake as a productive and popular fishery, a position it held for some years in the late 1950s, when it was a favorite spot for bass fisher men. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap- Tenaz|pliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Swiss hooters move into L.A. area LOS ANGELES (UPI)--Switzerland's touring 1963 amateur soccer champs move into Los Angeles this weekend looking for one more win for its road record. The team, from Basel. Switzerland, held on for a 2-1 victory over (he Baja California All Stars Tuesday night in Tijuana, Mexico, to bring their record for nine games to 5 wins, 1 loss and 3 tics. the Dodgers* pitching rotation, he's a mighty important fellow —especially when the pressure assignments are due. The Dodgers also signed pitcher Phil Ortega and infielder Nate Oliver Tuesday, bringing to 30 the number of players under contract. The Cincinnati Reds also came up with a "big" signing Tuesday—pitcher Jim Maloncy. The 23-year-old Maloney had a 23-7 record last year and led the Cincinnati pitching staff with six shutouts in 33 starts. He established a team strikeout record with 265 and tied an other by fanning 16 Milwaukee Braves — including eight in a row — May 21st. His earned run average was 2.77. Charley Neal was the other member of the Redlegs to sign. The veteran infielder came to the Reds in a trade with the New York Mets and was used mostly as a defensive replacement. : Outfielder-first baseman Lee] Thomas signed with the Los Angeles Angels. Pitchers Grovcr Powell and I Steve Dillon signed with the New Y'ork Mets along with catcher Lloyd Flodin and outfielder-infielder Dick Smith The New York Yankees signed three pitchers obtained in last December's draft — Gil Downs, Jimmy Marrujo and Richard Marcy. Jose Tartabull and Nelson Mathews, the top candidates for the Kansas City centerfield job, also signed. The Cleveland Indians signed southpaw Jack Kralick who was 13-9 for the Tribe following his trade from the Minnesota Twins. The Pittsburgh Pirates signed Willie Stargell and Bob Burda who both play the outfield and first base. 118-100. Sports Briefs NEW LINE COACH COLLEGE PARK, Md. (UPI) —Hal Hunter has replaced Al Satterfield as football line coach at the University of Maryland. Hunter had been line coach at West Virginia University. WINTER CARNIVAL HANOVER, N.H. (UPI)—The famed Dartmouth Winter Carnival will be held this weekend. The athletic schedule con-: sists of basketball, hockey, track, swimming and skiing events among Eastern and New England schools. PINSON GETS HONOR CINCINNATI (UPI) — Vada Pinson, Cincinnati's speedy centerfieldcr, has been selected by the ballplayers of yesterday as the outstanding member of the 1963 Cincinnati Reds. Pinson led the Redlegs in batting last year with .313 and led the league in total hits with 204. San Francisco St. Louis 32 25 Los Angeles 31 25 Baltimore 22 32 Detroit 14 37 Tuesday's Results Boston 113 St. Louis 101 Baltimore 137 New York 134 Cincinnati 118 Los Angeles 100 San Francisco 118 Detroit 79 Wednesday's Games St. Louis at Baltimore Detroit at Los Angeles (Only games scheduled) Bryant prepares for vacation, case settled TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (UPI) — University of Alabama football Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant — a "vindicated" man — was pre- 'jgjjparing for a two - month vaca- '—Jtion today following settlement ' 4() Jof his $10.5 million libel suit ',—i against the Curtis Publishing I Bryant's mood during his Either-sex deer hunt successful in this area This year's San Bernardino Mountains special either - sex deer hunt came to a successful end last weekend, with a total of 82 animals checked in at Department of Fish and Game stations during the nine-day hunt and a possible 12 or 15 tags yet to be turned in. Apparently, not all 150 permits were used during the hunt, Which means that hunter success is sure to be substantially higher than last year, when 50 deer were taken. •{ All deer examined by DFG' game management personnel were reported to be in good condition. All of the 16 bucks taken during the hunt still had their antlers, in contrast to last year, when about half the bucks had shed their antlers. Improved food and water conditions are believed to be the reasons for the retention of the antlers. Hunters returning from the field reported that good numbers of deer remain throughout the area, in the San Bernardino Mountains northeast of Redlands. DFG officials said the h u n t went smoothly, with no mishaps or accidents. Roads were in fair shape in the lower elevations, where most of the deer were taken. Mud and snow hampered the going in the higher elevations, but few of the permittees I brief appearance at the dinner j was relaxed, as befitted a man j hunted these areas, j who had just become 300,000 Southern California Edison j tax-free dollars richer. Company, which operates a gen- i That was the amount forlerating plant in the hunt area, Horsehide practice opens at RHS Redlands high baseball prac- ;brutal coaching methods. j which Bryant's two suits ! against the company for arti- jclcs published in the Saturday Evening Post magazine were settled Tuesday. One of the articles alleged he and former Georgia University Athletic Director Wally Butts had conspired to "fix" the 1962 Georgia-Alabama football game: the other dealt with his allegedly tice is underway on the high school diamond under the direction of head coach Joe DeMaggio. OUT FOR SEASON YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (UPI) —Ron Allen, Youngstown University's leading rebounder. Over 70 boys turned out for will be lost to the team for the the team, the largest number remainder of the season. in recent years. The team will The 6-foot-3 junior fromjnose , * open the season Feb. 25 at Gary Wampum, Pa., has been de-IKnightly Manner in the $24,950 high school. clarcd scholasticaUy ineligible.'Santa Catalina stakes. was praised by the DFG for opening its gates and allowing hunters excellent access through the hunting grounds. Trafalgar III heads field ARCADIA (UPI) — Imported Trafalgar III, winner of two rich stakes in England last year, today headed a field of grass course speedsters at Santa Anita in the featured $10,000 National date -festival purse. Count Charles stamped himself as a possible derby contender Tuesday by racing to a victory over favored CONTRACT TO BE LET ST. LOUIS (UPI)—The contract for construction of St. Louis' new sports stadium will be let about May 1. In addition to the 50,000 seat stadium, which will replace Busch Stadium, the contract calls for an adjacent nine-story parking garage. WHL standings W L Denver 35 16 Los Angls 23 23 San Fran 23 25 Seattle 22 23 Portland 20 26 Vancouver 19 29 Tuesday's Results Denver 7 Seattle 1 Vancouver 5 Portland 2 Wednesday's Schedule San Francisco at Portland T Pts GF GA 2 72 212 142 50 148 177 48 159 189 48 181 159 45 162 175 41 168 188 Plummer to run LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Adolp Plummer, the former New Mexico runner who ran the 440 in a record 44.9 seconds last year, gets a chance to accomplish a less-spectacular but more elusive goal in Saturday's Los Angeles Indoor Games—beat Ulis Williams. Carranza wins LAS VEGAS (UPI)— Danny Valdez, 118 Los Angeles suffered his sixth defeat in 36 outings Tuesday night in a split decision won by Chilo Carranza, 119 '/2 Henderson Nev. for the 10 - round bantamweight main event of the Castaways Hotel Indoor Fights. It might have biggest month been for Kelly SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Adsj By OSCAR FRALEY UPI Sports Writer HIALEAH, Fla. (UPI)—What could have been the biggest month of a fabulous career for Kelso has been averted temporarily but, until horses start spending money, the golden gelding obviously couldn't care less. By the end of February, Kelso could have become the greatest money winner in turf history. A slight ankle fill re tarded his training, yet the seven-year-old champion munches his oats and alfalfa in complete unconcern except for the covetous eyes he casts on the artificial tulips and daffodils in a box outside his stall. "Kelly," as he is known to those around him, would rather get at those flowers than mess around with bundles of inedible green stuff. Voted horse of the year in 1963 for an unprecedented fourth straight year, Kelso could have started closing in on the chief financier's chair now held by Round Table in three big races at Hialeah. But, with his training retarded, he now on't make his first big move until the $100,000 added Gulf- stream Park Handicap on March 21. Before too long, he will become the top money earner in: the history of horse highway.r 0 f Mrs. Richard C. DuPont's The only thing you probably Bohemia Stable. "That is, he's can bet against is that in win- placid until he gets on the track ning that he needs to take over and then he's all business." the top spot he'll probably nev- Kelso is bedded down on su- er be a "show" horse. gar cane pulp which is trucked Wins 31 Times in from Clewiston, Fla. That, "Kelly" in 45 starts has been first 31 times, second nine times and out of the money only five times. But nary a third. The placid son of Your Host Maid of Flight, by Count Fleet, is considered by most horsemen to be something of a freak although all of them would prob ably give you half their stable for something like him. Kelso doesn't lie down during the day, but stands virtually motionless in his stall with his weight on three legs. One rear leg is bent so that the tip of his hoof barely touches the floor of the stall and sometimes he stands completely pigeon toed. When Kelso cools out in the walking ring he twists his right rear leg in a manner which, in any other horse, would suggest a weakness. But cut him loose out there on the track and he proves quickly and without argument that he's much sounder than a dollar. Kelso Is Placid "He's the most placid horse I've taken care of." says groom Lawrence Fitzpatrick, foreman along with the artificial flowers in front of his stall, is the only concession made to his greatness. For the gold dust galloper wears ordinary shoes and his bridle is standard. He does wear a sheepsKin-covered "cribbing strap" to keep him from gnawing on the wood of his stall. This must be used because he likes to rub his teeth on the sidewalk and door of his stall as a pacifier. But what he'd really like to sink those big teeth into are those artificial flowers outside the stall . . . Irish horsemen contend with Gaelic vehemence which may be touched with a tiny bit of superstition that artificial flowers near a horse are bad luck. As a counter-measure in care there just might be a solid basis for this belief, Mrs. DuPont has hung a rabbit's foot over the door of Kelso's stall. It sure has worked up to now. But if "Kelly" ever gets his teeth into those plastic flowers you're likely to hear about the most famous belly-ache sincd Babe Ruth downed a hamper- ful of hot dogs.

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