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Terriers take on Ramona Rams at 8 p.m. Redlands rambling Terriers | Redlands will close out the on their way to the California;league season at Fontana on Jnterscholastic Federation play-1 Feb. 21. The CIF playoffs will offs, hopefully, as the Citrus j start the following Tuesday. If Belt Leagues number one team (the Terriers go as a second meets the first of three remain-;place team they will meet the ing stumbling blocks tonight winner from another league, when they host Ramona Ramsj j n a i one league encounter of Riverside. i last night Riverside Poly Bears Game time for the varsity,rambled to a 65-50 win over Col- coach is 8 p.m. on the Terrier;t 0 „ Yellowjackets. Eddie Fol- hardwoods. Coach Al Ende-' mar led the bears with 19 man's classy five will be with-!points, out the services of star center, ... _ , Tom McCutcheo, ankie injury.; who currently is the third topi scorer in league play. _ .. . Forward Jim Gardner, fourth " ccllands •••'•••" . in CBL point production, and | an Bernardino. .10 1 forward Bob Molcnkamp will;" u " * . . ,.„ ,, ., .' , ,. Ramona 6 5 have to fill the void against the: r c . -u T> - r ii. • ! Fontana 5 6 tough Rams if the Terriers ar e: Cna ff cy 4 ^ to gain the top spot in the Colton 1 u lca , 8U r . .u r, t n , i^ifico n A slip to the Rams by Red! lands would move San Bernar-j Last Night's Result dino Cardinals into a first placcj Riverside 65, Colton 50. tie with the Terriers. Tues-| Tonight's Schedule day will come another show -i Ramona at Redlands. down battle when Redlands! Fontana at SBHS. hosts the second place Cardin-i als at 5 p.m. i L. PF PA 0 659 484 1 788 534 4 644 672 702 591 553 585 634 692 560 779 522 715 Chaffey at Pacific. (Class B at 6:30, varsity at 8) At Empire Bowl: Junior Major High Game and Series George Lincoln 254. 626. 200 Club — Marion Burk 22' [clcrs •13-3GU. Slow Starters 41;:;». Wistful Four 39-41, Hooten - annics 39-41. Robins Hoods 38'i- .41'.J. We Four 38'=-41^, Four . Restors 34-4G, Four Pine Cones Lanny Ell 212. George Lincoln 32 '.L -471i. 254, Grady Hall 221, Floyd Har-j Teachers rington 234, Frank Labagnara! High Game and Series — 223, Al Otterbeck 234. Von Hor-j Chuck Turner 202. 579, Barbara ton 213, Joe English 210. Andy [Anderson 191, 480. Scherrer 200, Howard Burkhart| Standings: 14K Kernels 45-17. 206, Joe Council 201, Clint Bur-, Chuckles 39-25, Dillys 32'=-31 son 205, Duane Sauvage 202.; Bridge Tolls 32-32, Presidents 31- Sonny Capehart 210, Dave Diet: 33. Crafty Ones 30-34, Onnic zel 239, Rich Mulder 211. jKoms 29 -35. Bawi Keras 28'iStandings: Wayne Gossctt '35 'i, El Flickers 27-37, Tailend- ers 26-38. Junior Womens Benefit High Game — Edna Youngsma 215, Series — Betty Star- Ford 53-16, Cunninghams Pharmacy 40V2-28 1 .*!. Trophy Award 40-29, Gaugh Plumbing 40 - 29. Sedgwick Arnegard 34-35, Ells Sheet Metal 31-38. Andersons,buck 591. Union Service 31-38, Thelmas; 200 Club — Edna Youngsma Five 28 -41, Team Ten 25',=-45':.i215. Belly Starbuck 212. Tem Plantes Cab. Shop 24-45. Special; Goddard 228, Pat Buyak 204 Points-Series — Thelmas Fine 2745. Game — Wayne Gossett Ford 952. Even Dozen Standings: Redlands Plumbing 39-18. Huiskens 33!i - 23'-i, Vans Plumbing 33-24. Skyberg 32'.J-24'-, Levines 32-25, Brook- High Game - W. Mann 233, side Market 32-2 a . Brooks.de Scries _ D. Muth 615. |Dairy ."2-25 Jacmto and Son 200 Club - D. Muth 213. A.|3l'-25>-. Electronic Wholesale Kinslow 224. R. Thiem 214, W. 31-26, Emencli and McDowell Mann 233, S. Herring 211, P. Sotello 206, G. Andres 213. T. Del- 9 WHO, ME? — Yes you, the referee seems to be saying to University of Redlands guard Gary Smith in white, during the Bulldog-Pomona game. Smith however wasn't the wrongdoer, the Sagehen player next to him drew the foul. Pomona's Jim Irvine, 54 and Redlands Dayton Dickey, 23 look on. Tomorrow night coach Lee FulmeKs UR hoopsters battle to retain their SCIAC lead when they host second place Occidental in Currier gym. Game time is 8:30 p. m. (Photo by Jim Sloan) Tom O'Hara feels he can breaks Snell's record too Lining up for Saturday's turf event 30-27. Carini and Marchcse 28- \stro 27V2 -29 ',2, Brookside Beauty 27-30, Western Auto 2730, Audio Visual 25'/=-31',2, Balaban 25-32, Bootcry 22',i-34Vi. Redlands Camera 21-36, Citrus Young, P. Fultz 221, W. McLeod 210. Standings: Brookside Dairv 5537. Cal Water and Tel Co. Two 54-38, Universal Rundle iUek A ' Liquor 21-36, Advertiser 21-36. Nix 53-39, Inland Septic 52'-! 39«. Goods Wearing Apparel 52-1 At Tri City Bowl: 40, Cal Water and Tel. Co. One:' Tri City Commercial 5m-40 ',2, Sanitary Plumbing 49-| High Game and Series — P 43, Pure Gold 47'.i-44'i, BillsjCastro 221, 647 Barber Shop 45 1 .=-46'ii, U-Rundle HiFires 44-48, Bobs Ready Mix 38-53V2, Mentone Liquors 38-54, Brookside Market 37-55, Sunset Tile and Roofing 26! j- 651/4. Thursday Nite Rejects High Game — Robert Croom; 11-17. 202, Meg Martin 201, Series- Don Jones 551, Celeste Jones 530. 200 Club — Meg Martin 201. Robert Croom 202. Standings: Tenax Town 44-19, Cunninghams 40-23, Mulders Flying A 36-27, Anodynes 35-28. Jim Glaze 29-34, Jolly Jug 28'34*4, Dukes 28-35, Sims 26W- 36*4, Don Hunts 24V4-38Vv, Highlander 23-39',i. Forester Mixed High Game — Lcs Kent, 224, Pat Brock 202, Series — L e s Kent 595, Charlon Gladish 511 200 Club — P. Castro 221, C. Brooks 210, B. Robinson 200. Standings: Blacktoppers 18-10, McKeen Sawmill 18*4-11'.4, Diamond D. Ranch 14-14, Van Dor NEW YORK (UPI) — Slender Tom O'Hara. who demolished the world indoor mile record, confidently forecast today he'll break Peter Snell's outdoor mile record of 3:54.41 State Teachers was second.; beaten some sixty yards, and! ARCADIA (UPI) - Mr. Conof Francesco Bianchi was a distant third. Hayes Overshadowed O'Hara stole the headlines some time this summer. jfrom "world's fastest human" Kin„. ..v— - , al believe 1 can do some-;Bob Hayes of Florida A&M. a bi c entries ?.t Santa Anita for Italy,sistency, who has been living up to his name and the South African racing star. Colorado headed the field of prob- Great runners on hand at Cow Palace Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Feb. 14, 1964 - 7 Thunderbirds host Indio Arabs Tonight Yucaipa High Thunderbirds: for the number two slot. Each host Indio high Arabs tonignt ;nai 'e HO points and 15.7 aver- in the T-Bird gvm at 7 p .mi agcs ' L f i TT j • i 1 DVL TOP SCORERS coach Kent Hayden s league riavtr. school ro FT TP .W. , .. rf -I, u Hare. Yucaipa CT 49 1ST 26.7 leading Yucaipa five will bejearr. Bannine 42 «a 110 137 shooting for at least a share ofi£ c « t .^£»»;;g i? JJS the Desert Valley league crown. ,zamarripa. Yucaipa withseven DVL wins; G ^ aacrhdel, ? nd i 0 :;S £ m in a row in heavily favored i Wellington, Banning 35 19 K> t;.7 . ». . , t , G. Remain. 29 Palms .">6 17 E!) 12.7 to blast the invading Arabs. If; Wallace. Yucaipa 23 is -n ins Banning is upset by Palm Erickson. p. springs so is 73 10 4 Springs then the Thunderbirds ' Desert Valley League will be alone at the top of the Varsity Basketball heap. W. L. PF PA Yucaipa Highs brilliant point- Yucaipa 7 O 433 301 maker, Dennis Hare, continues;Banning 5 2 412 355 to lead the DVL's individual! Palms Springs .. 4 3 350 358 scoring race. He has 187 points'Indio 2 5 372 400 for a 26.7 average. jCoachella 2 5 344 436 Second place in the scoring 29 Palms 1 6 366 427 race changed hands again af-i Tonight's Schedule ter Tuesday's games. Rich Carr : Indio at Yucaipa. of Banning is now tied with Lou; Banning at Palm Springs. Richards of Twentyninc Palms' 29 Palms at Coachella. Top teams figure to stay in pay dirt tonight By United Press International iUSC. Santa Clara at Loyola, The tournament-bound UCLA,'Fresno State at Long Beach — ._, iState, and Gonzaga at Oregon. USF. and Oregon State basket- In action Thursday night. ball teams figure to stay on the!p ort i anc i improved its record to paydirt trail tonight against a 14-7 with an 81-59 rout of St. challenging trio of foes. (Martin's. Portland made nearly The Bruins, top rated quintet!55 per cent of its shots as six in the nation with a 19-0 rec-jmen scored in double figures, ord. should have little trouble; Santa Barbara showed its in Los Angeles against Wajh-Jreadiness for West Coast Athlet- ington. One intangible factor in ic Conference play by dumping favor of the taller Huskies may be the pressure which coach John Wooden says is building on the Bruins to keep their unbeaten record intact. USF. leading the West Coast Athletic Conference, plays Pcp- pcrdine at Los Angeles. Oregon State has the toughest test of all, hosting another team fighting for national honors, Seattle. The two teams between Pacific. 78-65. Santa Barbara's games don't count in WCAC play, but its 14-8 mark shows that the team is a strong one. Two of its losses were to UCLA. However, Pacific Thursday night played without its high- scoring star. Bill Wilson, who has an injured ankle. Leo Middleton picked up some of the slack with 25 points, while John Conroy paced the winners with them have won 35 games and 118 points, lost only 6. I Other scores: College of Ida- Other Pacific CoasI battles to-'ho 77 Willamette 74, Linfield night find Washington State at > 105 Whitman 93. Ski resorts operating this weekend ••I where between 3:52 and 3:54, said the sandy-haired, 21-year- old Loyola of Chicago senior who ranks as America's newest hot hope for the Tokyo Olympics in October. O'Hara knocked a full two seconds off the world indoor mile record Thursday night when a fantastic last-quarter sprint carried him to a 3:56.6 clocking in the New York AC meet at Madison Square Garden. Hops on Bandwagon Jim Beatty of Los Angeles, holder of the old mark of 3:58.6 but reduced to acting as starter for Thursday night's race be Darts 13'4-14'i, Irvine Equip- cause of a foot injury, was the ment 11-17, Wayne Gossett Ford Four wheelers to take trip to Calico who tied the world indoor rcc- Saturday's S50.000 San Luis Rey ord of 6.0 seconds for the 60- : Handicap on the turf, yard dash for the third time in; Tnc 3. yC ar-old fillies take the his career. Spotlight on today's program Overshadowed was a . meet , vn j cn features the $10,000 Mark- record of 16 feet, l'.i inches Ye .well Purse at six furlongs, by John Uelscs of LaSallc in!, ncluded in tnc cn tric.s were Nithe Pole vault, another of 48.3;, enc Wondci . f W ood Nymph, Cc Any driver of such a vehicle and his family is welcome to 200 Club — Lcs Kent 224. Carl,make the trip. Further informa- Giese 209, Bob Compton 212, Pat|tion may be oblained by call- Buyak 202, Rita Spurgeon 200. j ing Sheldon Rothstein at 792Standings: Toppers 47 - 33.j3563 first man to hop on OTlara's Olympic bandwagon. "They had better look out for the United States in the metric mile in the Olympics with a guy like O'Hara in there," said. Beatty, who himself is aim-! ing for thc Olympic 5,000 meter' crown. Before Thursday night, Thc Inland Empire Four:°' I,ara ' s best indoor milc ,ime Wheeler club will take trip to- w ? s . 3:59 ' 2 ' iwhi « h he . dld uin Barstow and the old Calico! chas,D S B » tlJ l home ."\ th ! s mine this weekend. The club is * ame rac . c Jast year. And his composed of owners of fairi** P«vious outdoor t>me was ri,-;.- ,«i„„i« r 3:o6 .9 chasing Dyrol Burleson v.heel dmc vehicles. | hnm „ - n , he ml seconds by Wendell Mottley of Yale in the 440-yard dash, and the season's best shot put, 63 feet, 2'.i inches by Gary Gunner of NYU. Other winners included Bill Corthers of Toronto in the 880 in 1:50.8, Bruce Kidd of Toronto in the two-mile in 8:42.6, Jim Luck of New Haven, Conn., in the 500 in 57.0 seconds, and Lew Hoyt of Southern California, whose 7-foot-l high jump handed John Thomas (6-foot-ll) his first loss in eight meets. dar Hemp, Duchess Khaled and Moving Gem. The Scoundrel, idle since last summer, skyrocketed into contention for the $100,000 Santa Derby Thursday in the Las Com- adres Purse over a good field of 3-year-olds by coming from off the pace to win by nearly a length over Zooron with Poona Khan third. Thc Scoundrel, son of Toulouse Lautrec, raced thc 6 furlongs in 1:09 4-5 and paid $6.00 to win. . and I pledge a. return to free sutostitti-- —mean enterprise SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-A host of distance running greats will be on hand Saturday night thc second annual Golden! Despite the recent dry winds and stormlcss days, most ski 99 Gate Indoor Track and Field Meet in the Cow Palace. Jim Beatty, whose indoor world mark of 3:58.6 for the mile was smashed by two full seconds by Tom O'Hara Thursday night, has to make his 1964 debut against such talent as Bill Dotson, Morgan Groth, Ben Tucker and Archie San Romani Jr. The two-mile will present an equally spectacular field. Australia's Ron Clarke will battle Gerry Lindgren, high school sensation from Spokane, Wash, with an 8:46 clocking already this year. Almost every event will present a possible record-breaker. Hayes Jones will try to extend his hurdle streak, Ulis Williams and Adolph Plummer will battle in the 440. Herb Carper will lead the sprinters. John Pennel will shoot for 17 feet in the pole vault. Bill Crothers will be favored in the 880, and three 7- foot high jumpers will vie. Swing A Longs 47-33, Hill Ben- Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 Thc group which 3:56.9 home championships. John Camien of the Kansas Good season start . LOS ANGELES (UPI) —The usually,ij n i vcrs ity 0 f Southern Califor- You've heard about it! Schick Stainless Steel makes one trip a month has; nia tennis team> defending na been to the Valley of the Moon.; (ional cnanl pj onS( are off to a Opal Mountain and Horsethief; good start for ^ 1964 scas on. The Trojans, playing without' their top two players, defeated; Pepperdine Thursday, 5'i-2' Canyon in previous outings. Double Edge Blades Fits an double 1 razors perfectly! for...l0..'.15, even more shaves per Wade WINN'S Daily 8 - 9 Corner Colton and Orange DRUG STORE Sunday 9 - 5 PY 3-2804 FREE Parking S. & H. Green Stamps Prescription Delivery (FREE in Redlands) ' TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or an- pliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. LUBE ROOM topics By DICK ANDERSON Over three million people are driving with poor vision, according to traffic experts. Even good vision is reduced when driving at night. Don't overdrive your headlights or look directly at oncoming cars. And reduce your speed. DICK ANDERSON'S MOBIL SERVICE EXPERT LUBRICATION ft BRAKE SERVICE ' 8 W. Badlands Bl»d T»l. 793-3269 REDLANDS Liston favorite LAS VEGAS. Nev. (UPI) Odds makers here today listed heavyweight champion Sonny Liston a 6-1 favorite to beat challenger Cassius Clay in their Feb. 25 bout in Miami Beach, Fla. resorts in this area still say they'll be operating this weekend and with good to fair snow- packs. Here's a report on 10 of them. GREEN VALLEY — Good weekends on 12-21 inch pack. SNOW VALLEY — Custom snow lower slopes on 12-20 hard pack to spring. Daily. SNOW SUMMIT — Good skiing daily on natural and custom snow all slopes. MOONRIDGE — Very good weekends and Saturday night on 10-16 inch pack. REBEL RIDGE — Custom snow nightly over 12-30 inch base. Very good and daily. S.VOW FOREST — Custom snow nightly over 12-20 inch pack. Four tows daily. BLUE RIDGE — Good daily on 15-20 inches. HOLIDAY HILL — Custom snow over 5-15 inch pack. Very good lower tows. Daily. TABLE MOUNTAIN — Weekend operation if snowpack adequate. MT. BALDY — Fair but limited skiing on 6-12 inches spring snow. Daily. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads ; terson was faster too. Clay appears to have grown to be a big boy NEW YORK (UPI 1 — Immense as Sonny Liston looks, he'll be thc little man in the ring when he and Cassius Clay do battle at Miami Beach, Feb. 25. Clay revealed Thursday, when interviewed by New York boxing writers over a closed circuit television setup from Miami Beach, that he plans to weigh 221 pounds, the heaviest of his career and about seven more than Liston, for the championship bout. Less than a year ago, when Clay fought Doug Jones in New York, he scaled 202'.is. Standing 6-3'/i, he is two and a half inches taller than the champion, and will weigh considerably more than the 194'/i Floyd Patterson carried in his second fight against Liston. Clay is sure the added weight will help him pack more power and not affect his speed. "I'm faster and can get off two or three punches before he hit me," Clay said. "Patterson was scared to death. Those two fights with Liston were just rabbit hunts." The champion who can't compare to Cassius when it comes to talking, admitted the challenger is quicker on his feet but noted, "they said Pat- EOUIPPED Radio • Heater • Deluxe Steering Wheel Wliitewalls • Deluxe Horn Ring • Deluxe Wheel Discs Decor Chrome Window Moulding and All Standard Equipment A*i ONLY $295 DOWN On Any New Car ONLY AT . . WALLEN PONTIAC "A Good Place To Do Business" 522 ORANGE 793-2454

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