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Terriers meet Pacific in S.B. tonight Shooting for their 10th in a!p.m. with the Redlands pups at- row coach. Al Endeman's Red-jtempting to better their 6-3 CBL lands High Terriers will visit the Citrus Belt League cellar dwellers tonight when they tan gle with Pacific High Pirates in the Pirates Den tonight. The Terriers swing into action at 8 p.m. against the bottom place Pirates. Currently coach Endeman's cagers boast a 9-0 mark to the Pacific 0-9 record. Starting for Redlands will be Jim Gardner and Bob Molenkamp at the forwards, Tom McCutcheon at center and Hank Mercado and Ray Hurt at guards. Class B play will start at 6:30 mark. Ernie Powell of San Bernardino still leads the CBL scoring race with a 24.6 average. He has 221 points in nine games Redlands Tom McCutcheon is pumping them in at 17.7 clip for 159 points. Jim Gardner holds down fifth place with 15.6 per game. Pacific's Dave McDole is in the top ten with a 11.5 mark. As a team the Terriers lead the CBL in defense allowing only 42.4 points per game. Redlands has allowed 382 while second place San Bernardino hasl watched 449 against them. points roll up Citrus Belt League Varsity Basketball W. L. PF PA Redlands . 9 (i 517 382 San Bernardino . 8 1 632 449 Riverside . 6 3 494 493 Ramona . 5 4 563 504 Fontana 4 5 476 500 Chaffey 3 6 515 572 Colton . 1 8 423 548 Pacific 0 9 454 61G Tonight's Schedule Redlands at Pacific. San Bernardino at Colton. Fontana at Chaffey. Ramona at Riverside. (Class B games at 6:30, varsi ty at 8.) Bulldogs meet Cal Tech in SCIAC game Coach Lee Fulmer's University of Redlands Bulldogs plan to pick up their first win after losing three in a row on their recent road trip. The Bulldogs host Cal Tech in a SCIAC game starting at 8:30 tonight in Currier gym. A freshman preliminary game gets underway at 6:30 p.m. Ful-: recently to address a Black I'll whup them all Clay Junior clams up on father's charge By OSCAR FRALEY (keeping my boy in some kind UPI Sports Writer of a prison" drew quick com- MIAMI (UPI) — Loquacious iment from Jack Nilon, Liston's Cassius Clay clammed up today at charges by his father that he had been a "brain washed" member of the white hating Black Muslim sect since winning an Olympic Gold Med al four years ago. Clay, who went to New York mer's hoopsters are expected to charge past the visiting C a 1 Tech Beavers tonight as has everyone else in league play. The Beavers are 0-6 in conference tangles. Redlands currently holds just a half game lead over Occidental and a slip by the Bulldogs could prove deadly. Gary Smith and Dave Mohs will be at the guards, Dick Fisher at center and Bob Engberg at one forward and Gary Loper and George Newmyer at the other front line spot. SCIAC Varsity Standings W. L. PF PA Redlands 4 0 262 222 Occidental 4 1 413 357 Claremont-Mudd . 4 2 432 392 Whittier 2 2 272 277 Pomona 1 4 360 375 Cal Tech 0 6 375 491 Tonight 's Schedule Cal Tech at Redlands Occidental at Whittier. 'Biola at Pomona. 'Claremont-Mudd at Seattle Pacific. ('Non-conference games.) .Muslim meeting and afterwards denied he was a member, said curtly that he had "no com ment." "I don't care what my father said." he reported. "I'm not interested. I'm not talking. I'm here training for a fight and that's all I'm going to say." The 22-year-old Clay fights heavyweight champion Sonny Liston for the title at Miami Beach Convention Hall on Feb. 25 and the charges made by his father that "those people are LA. edges S.F. in hockey game at Sports Arena By United Press International San Francisco's leaky defense and Seattle's good one told the story in Thursday night's Western Hockey League action. The Seals became the first team to have 200 goals scored against them this year when they fell before Los Angeles, 4-3, before 8,525 fans at the Sports Arena. Meanwhile, Seattle goalie Claude Du/our pinned the first shutout of the year on Denver's league-leading Invaders in a 3-0 sizzlcr at Denver. The standings have thus begun to get strung out a bit more. Denver now leads Los Angeles by 20, with Seattle two points back, San Francisco two more back, and Portland one point behind the Seals. FIGHT SITE CHANGED NEW YORK (UPI)-The 10- round welterweight bout between sixth-ranked Isaac Logart of Cuba and seventh- ranked Vince Shomo of New York originally scheduled for the New York Coliseum on Feb. 15 has been transferred to the Teaneck, N.J., Armory, the same night. UCLA meets Cal in first of two game series By United Press Internationtl UCLA's fast-breaking Bruins, bidding to become the West Coast's first national basketball champions in four years, open a two-game series tonight with the last such team to finish No. 1 in the country—conservative California. California, unpredictable all season, already has beaten 10th-ranked Oregon State this season. What bothers the lop ranked Bruins' Coach John Wooden most, however, is not the Bears, but rather Cal's Harmon gym, site of tonight's game and the return encounter Saturday evening. "If we were playing Cal down here. I wouldn't be as worried," admits Wooden. "But just playing up there is the rea son I'm worried. I wouldn't be mad at all if they wanted to shift the games someplace else in Berkeley." It's not so much that Harmon gym resembles the Black Hole of Calcutta in appearance. But visiting teams rarely win there. UCLA, for instance, has posted an outstanding 301-125 record in 16 years under Wooden, yet has managed only a 12-12 mark at Cal. The Bears, although only 8-7 overall, are second to the Bruins in the Big Six Conference with a 5-1 record. UCLA, unbeaten in 17 consecutive games stands 6-0 in the conference. A California sweep could propel the underrated Bears to the league title and a berth in the NCAA tournament, but the amazing backcourt combination of Wait Hazzard and Gail Goodrich makes the Bruins strong favorites to keep their record untarnished. advisor. Get It Now "H what the boy's father says is true, said Nilon, "and the Black Muslims want a share of his purse, they'd better get it this trip because after eight or 10 rounds. I don't think he'll be fighting for many big purses again Cassius Clay, Sr., father of the challenger, said that both Cassius and his younger broth er and sparring partner, Ru dolph Valentino Clay, were members of the sect and during a head to head argument he had threatened to "whup" both boys and Malcolm X, leader of the New York temple of the Black Muslims. The elder Clay, a 51-year-old former Louisville, Ky., sign painter, said in an interview with Pat Putnam of the Miami Herald that he and the boy's mother had been alienated by the Black Muslims and that he feared for his own and his wife's safety- His wife had gone back to Louisville because Cassius had told her to go" and he also had moved out of his son's house. May Be Hiding While it could not be assumed that he was in biding, the house where the elder Clay hat been staying was dark ana closed up Thursday night. The senior Clay, in his interview, asserted that Cassius Angels tell fans school comes first Education comes first was the main point emphasized by the UR netters meet Cal Tech tomorrow University of Redlands tennis team opens Southern California [Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play tomorrow on the Bulldog courts against Cal Tech.! The Bulldog netters are play, i ing a round-robin singles tour-^ , nament today to determine who;f° unns „ , , . ... , will meet the Cal Tech team.i bascba11 P la >' ers last meht a > Bulldogs playing today include Steve Hamilton, Greg Kerber, Bill Hoyt, Rich Morris, Mike O'Brien, Bill Schoen, Ron Smith and John Yeomans. Coach Jim Verdieck will send his netters into action at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow. The Bulldog racquet swingers will hold an intra squad round robin doubles tournament on Feb. 14 on the UR courts. j Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Feb. 7,1964-13 Angeles Angels the Angel dinner in Terrier Hall. The evening affair was soon- sored jointly by the Benchwarm- er booster group and the Redlands high band A crowd of over 350 fans heard the Angel players and of ficials. Benchwarmer president W. L. Brandenhergcr introduced Chris Barnes who in turn intro duced the emcee for the evening Buddy Blatner. Blatner is the voice of t h e Angels and has a major league background of his own. He in troduced all of the traveling players who in turn delivered ! short talks. j Following the dinner which j the members of the RHS band | served an autograph session A Redlands team will be sc-i" as . hcId - 0ne f ?. ature o£ tf ! e lected from the Optimist Juniorievening was the dinner music (Tennis squad to meet the San ; P J rov ! ded1 . by , memb « r s Bernardino Juniors in a tournev !Temcr band Optimist team to meet San Bernardino of the February 15. The Redlands ducted a series group con- of doubles Irv Kaze, public relations di rector, George Goodale, promo tions director and Chuck Bay round-robins among the girls on , " ,d " »* ,B .. u '"" n "^'' »ho \«AA«~ _i,,ii„„.r„ ficials attending the affair, the ladder and singles challenge — ha „ h3l ip r , A i bi . Pear . matches among the boys during' The oaseBaHers, Aioie J ear, . C , J • I- son. Jim fccrgosi. Bi ly Moran, last Saturdays practice ses,— Ro(i?crSj8Dan 0smski> and S In' three separate round-! Barry , La '7 a , n a " .fl^ —I,:- .„,„ t voung hopefuls should get their robins, the team of Gearhart-r. r ,. . . . °_. ,„ Debbie Van won 9 games, foI.. educatK)fn first before , turnmg 10 lowed by Peggy Schoen - Betsvi 3 ^ Professional sport Cook with 7 games; Donna Gib-! „ Earl Recdy wa s"i charge of son-Jill Hawes with 6 gam e.sj^ arrangements for the second and Carol Gaston-Santra Pratt If™ 3 !, An e els , dlnner - * ev \ drew Young delivered the invocation. All proceeds from the affair went to the RHS band uniform fund joined the Black Muslims when; w j,j, , games. with 2 games. The second flight was won by the team of Betty Hinkle-Janie Moore with 9 games, followed by Diane Griffitts-Debbie Ver­ dieck with 8 games; Diane Gib son - Vicky Bruckart with • 5 games and Tina Barnett-Kathy Otterbeck with 2 games. In the third flight, the team of Susie Fallows-Cindy Pratt won with 10 games, followed by Janice Crawford-Dcnise Gibson with 8 games: Gail Billhardt - Pafti Palmer with 4 games and Bar bara Dornback-Melissa Barnett he was IS and just a few weeks after he won the Olympic light heavyweight championship at Rome in 1960. "They have been hammering at him and brainwashing him ever since." he asserted, "he's so confused now that he doesn't even know where he's at. They have ruined my two boys. They should run those Black Muslims out of the country before they ruin other fine people." Absolving other members of Clay's fistic entourage of being members of the Black Muslim sect, the senior Clay added: "The Muslims tell my boys to hate white people; to hate women; to hate their mother. The Muslims call me bad because I believe in God. All they want is money." Koufax top Calif ornian In girls singles, Jill Hawes def Donna Gibson 6-4 to move into the Tournament classification. Debbie Verdieck def Diane Gibson 6-2, and Patti Palmer def Melissa Barnett 3-1. Competition on the boys lad der resulted in Chris Hill def John Jimenez 6-1; Tommy Fallows def Steve Johnson 6-2; Jim Brown def Jimmy Brown 7-5. David Bohrnstedt moving into the Tournament class with a 6-4 win over Ricky Gearhart; Scott Ghormley def Tommy Walter 6-2; Tommy Walter def David Rosenberger 6-1. John Buffington def Keith Johnson 6-4; Kenny Thackwel] def Steve Brown 6-1; Steve Ball def Greg Hardy 6-3: Mark Miles def Lon Tharaldson 6-1: Don Dickey def Bruce Billhardt 6-4; Jerry Van Wieren def Larry Boxer 6-4 Charles John NBA Standings Eastern Division Boston Cincinnati Philadelphia New York W. 39 37 24 17 Western Division San Francisco Los Angeles St. Louis Baltimore Detroit W. 33 32 32 23 14 Pet. .736 .661 .453 .283 Pet. .589 .561 .552 .411 .264 Thursday's Results San Francisco 104 Detroit 97 Boston 94 Baltimore 92 Philadelphia 128 New York 117 (Only games scheduled) Friday's Games New York at Boston Philadelphia at Cincinnati Detroit at Los Angeles (Only games scheduled) ANGEIS SPEAKER — Redlands baseball coaches Paul Taylor, left and Joe DeMaggio, right greet Albie Pearson, All-Star game centerfielder at the Los Angeles Angels baseball dinner in Terrier Hall. Taylor coaches the University of Redlands nine while DeMaggio handles the Terrier varsity. (Photo by Jim Sloan) WHL standings Denver Los Angls Seattle San Fran Portland Vancouver Thursday's Results Darrell Friar def j Los Angeles 4 San Francisco 3 Seattle 3 Denver 0 W L 35 17 24 23 23 23 23 27 21 26 19 29 T Pts GF GA 2 72 212 145 52 152 ISO 50 184 159 48 165 200 47 169 178 41 168 188 You've heard about it! Schick Stainless Steel Double Edge Blades Fits all double edge razors perfectly! for...l0...15, even more shaves per Wade WINN'S Daily 8-9 DRUG STORE Corner Colton and Orange Sunday 9•5 PY 3-2804 FREE Parking S. &H. Green Stamps Prescription Delivery (FREE in Redlands) SAN DIEGO. Calif. (UPI) — Sandy Koufax, Yankee killer de luxe, was honored as the Call fornia Athlete of the Year Thursday night. Koufax, who beat the New York Yankees twice as the Los Angeles Dodgers swept the 1963 World Series, was given the award by the San Diego Athletic Club. Earlier winners of the annual award have included Dodger teammates Larry Sherry and Maury Wills, golfer Gene Littler and track star Rafer Johnson. Koufax has also been honored as the National League's Most Valuable Player and received the Cy Young award and the 810,000 Hickok Belt. Blades take on Canucks At Empire Bowl: Even Dozen High Gamfj — D. Branden J39, Series — D. Muth 576. 200 Club — P. Fultz 210, R. Moyer 209, G. Andrews 201, D, Muth 206, W. Coulter 204, G. Lommis 206, D. Branden 239, B. Ekema 202, N. DeYoung 201, W. Mann 201. Standings: Brookside Dairy 52-36, Cal Water and Tel Co. two 52-36, Goods Wearing Apparel 52-36, U-Rundle Mek A Nix 49-39, Inland Septic 48»-i- 39'.i. Sanitary Plumbing 48-40. Cal Water and Tel One 47'i- 40'"j. Pure Gold 47-41, U- Rundle HiFires 44-44, Bills Bar,..„._,„.™ ,ber Shop 42-46, Brookside Mar- VANCOJAER. B.C. (UPI) -j ket 37.51, j^Vs Ready Mix 36'i-51 '2, Mentone Liquors 3452, Sunset Tile and Roofing The Los Angeles Blades take on the Vancouver Kanucks tonight after tightening their lead on second place in the Western Hockey League Thursday night by beating San Francisco 4-3, The Blades, now trailing the league leading Denver Invaders by 20 points, opened the scoring in the last two minutes of the first period when captain Bob Solinger slapped the puck into the Seal net at 18:02, and then Stan Maxwell connected on a three-foot shot one minute later to give the Blades a 2-0 lead. The teams alternated goals in the second period, each ringing the buzzer twice, and San Francisco scored another about midway in the final period, but the Blades tightened their defense and held on to chalk up the win. 26V3-6IV3. Thursday Nite Rejects High Game — Don Jones 227. Corine Herring 212, Series — Don Jones 609, Celeste Jones 541. 200 Club — Corine Herring 212, Bill Daby 204, Dave Martin 206, Don Jones 227. Standings: Tenax Town 41-19, Cunninghams 37-23, Mulders Flying A 34-26, Arondynes 3327, Jolly Jug 28K -3m, Jim Glaze 37-31, Dukes 27-31, Don Hunts 23 '/3 -36ii, Sims 23W-361*, Highlanders 23^4-36!*. Teachers High Game — John Demmon 232, Laurene Bastian 183, Scr­ ies — John Demmon 650, Mary Lou Bailey 462. 1 200 Clut)—John Demmon 232, "ill Cook 228, Al Endeman 214, Jim Stanfill 200. Standings: 14K Kernels 42-18, Chuckles 38-22, Dillys 32-28, Bridge Tolls 30-30, Onnie Kems 28-32, Crafty Ones 28-32, Presidents 28-32, Tailenders 25-35, Bawi Keras 25-35, EI Flickers 24-36. Junior Women Benefit High Game and Series—Tern Goddard 222, 600, Mary Melcher 212. 570. 200 Club—Tern Goddard 222 Mary Melcher 212, Pat Buyak 206. Standings: Redlands Plumbing 36-18, Van's Plumbing 33-21, Brookside Dairy 32-22, Skyberg Const. 31 >2 -22Vi, Levines 31-23. Huiskcns 30te-23!-i, Jacinto and Son 30li-23li, Electronic Wholesale 29-25, Brookside Market 2925, Emerich and McDowell 2826, Astro 26-27W Carini and Marchese 26-28, Brookside Beauty 2628, Western Auto 2628, Audio Visual 23V4-30W, Balaban 23-31, Citrus Liquor 2133, Bootery 20VS-33V4, Advertiser 20-34, Redlands Camera 19-35. At Tri City Bowl: Tri City Commercial High Game — J. Perry 203, Series — S. DuChaine 498. 200 Club — J. Perry 203, R. Campbell 200. Standings: Blacktoppers 17-7, Diamond D Ranch 13-11, McKeen Sawmill 12V4-11'*, Irvine Equipment 11-13. Van Dorin Darts 10V-i-13'i, Wayne Gossett Ford 8-16. BASEBALL DINNER — Over 350 fans gathered at Terrier Hail last night for the second on- nual Los Angeles baseball dinner sponsored by the Benchwarmers and the Terrier Band. Six members of the team spoke and gave autographs. Their main theme was that education comes first before joining a professional team in any sport. Russians clinch gold medal Olympic championship By HENRY W. THORNBERRY UPI Sports Writer INNSBRUCK, Austria (UPI) (UPI) — Russia clinched the old medal championship of the 1964 Winter Olympics today when a women's ski relay scored the 10th Soviet victory, while Victory Emery gave Can ada its first gold medal in the four-man bobsled. The United States team did not pick up any medals but easily qualified its top skiers for Saturday's final of the men's slalom. Claudia Boyarskikh, already a double gold medal winner for Russia, sparked the Soviets to victory in the women's 15-kilometer cross-country race by two-second margin. The victory—the seventh chalked up by its women ath Ietes—gave the Soviet Union a gold medal lead that no other nation could match before the formal closing of the games on Sunday- It also was Russia's 23rd medal of all kinds; both this total and the gold medal total already had surpassed previous Winter Olympic rec ords. U.S. men's skiers were im pressive in trials for the slalom. Jim Heuga, Tahoe City, Calif., was fourth best in the field in the morning trial, Bud Werner, Steamboat Springs, Colo., fifth, and Billy Kidd, Stowe, Vt, 11th. Emery, a 30-year-old salesman, piloted his Light blue sled bearing the maple leaf insignia down today's fourth and final heat of the four-man bob in 1:04.01—fairly slow time but enough to clinch the Canadian triumph with a four-run total time of 4:14.46. Erwin Thaler of Austria was second. Emery had been aiming for a fourth-heat time under 1:04.00 to retain at least part of the[came in fifth in 4:16.19, and .90 of a second lead his sled en- j then the U.S. No. 1 sled driven joyed after Thursday's third: heat. But Thaler, in second place, was even slower with 1:04.13 on the fourth heat to remain in second place with a four-run total of 4:15.48. That meant a victory margin of slightly more than a second for the Canadians. Eugenio (Red Top) Monti, Italy's almost legendary eight- time world champion who never has won an Olympic gold medal, clocked 1:04.08 on the final run for a third-place total of 4:15.60- Sergio Zardini driving the No. 2 Italian sled finished fourth in 4:15.89. Germany's Franze Schelle Big three to clash Saturday by Bill Hockey of Keene, N.Y., came in sixth place in 4:17.23, after a 1:04.79 time on the fourth heat. The U.S. No. 2 sled, driven by Larry McKillip of Saranac Lake, N.Y., was knocked out of the competition before Thursday's third heat when it broke a steering gear in a practice run. The Soviet victory in the women's ski relay, in which three skiers each covered five kilometers, was as easy as had been expected. The powerful Russian girls churned over the soft, slow course in a total time of 59:20.2, against 1:01:270 for Sweden and 1:02:45.1 for Finland. ARCADIA (UPI) - The bigj three of the winter season—Gun Bow, Admiral's Voyage and Cyrano—will establish their own early line on the $145,000 Santa Anita Handicap when they clash Saturday in the $50,000 San Antonio Handicap. New Zealand • bred Braganza heads the field in today's featured $10,000 Hillside Series Handicap at IVi miles on the turf couse. The 9-year-old Braganza's opposition in the race for allowance type horses includes Bal- sarroch Boy, Pal Fast, Brass Knuckles and Nathleen. In Thursday's featured $29,350 Arcadia Handicap, Mr. Consistency scored a two-length victory over Marlin Bay. The winner iaid $6.20 to win. Cedar Key was third. LUBE ROOM Sopics By DICK ANDERSON Snow tires are the salvation ot winter drivers. Having a deeper, heavier tread, they reduce the need for chain* and can be used en dry pavement with little noise. DICK ANDERSON'S MOBIL SERVICE EXPERT LUBRICATION i BRAXE SERVICE ' 3 w !»d!crd. Bl. T.I 793-3269 REDLANDS

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