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6 —Saturday, Feb. 15, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts % % OH NO YOU DONT — Redlands High forward Bob Molenkomp dribbles away from Ramona's Bonzoumet during lost night's Terrier-Rom gome in the RHS gym. Redlands notched a 48-43 victory for win number 12 in Citrus Belt League play and remained in the top spot. Tuesday coach AI Endeman's Terriers host Son Bernardino Cardinals in the title decider. (Photo by Jim Sloan) Terriers squeeze out 48-43 win over Rams With the star in the wing, first place in Citrus Belt Redlands High Terriers notched League standings: a narrow 48-43 win over Ra- Tuesday Battle aiona Rams of Riverside last The vic, ° r - v . scts Tuesdays _ . , (scrap in Terrier gvm between night in Terrier gym before | Endeman - s hisn flying Rcd . 1300 fans. Center Tom McCut-jiands cagcrs and coach Dickout with a sprained)Adair's second place San Bernardino Cardinals. Varsity action will start at 5 p.m. The rambling Terriers moved to a 21-7 lead midway through the second quarter and held a 27-16 margin at the half. Kamona crept up in the third quarter as the Terriers cooled and Redlands led 3S-35 at the end of the period. The Rams outscored the Terriers in field goals 17-lo but Redlands hit on 18 of 25 free throws against nine of 13 for the losers. Came Back We gave it away in the third period and then the boys came back in the fourth for the win," Endeman said. Gary Crowther turned in a good ball game for us." The coach stated that McCutcheon would be working out with the team on Monday and would give the ankle a try in Tuesday's game with the Cards Molenkamp had one of his best nights as he took up some of the scoring slack caused by the loss of McCutcheon. Molenkamp tallied 17. Gardner, playing the center slot was tough on the boards but ended with eheon, ankle, had to watch from the stands as coach Al Endeman's Terriers made a comeback in the closing minutes for the win. With 5:56 to go Ramona's Greg Heer pumped in a 20 footer to put the Rams into a two point lead 40-38. Redlands came back with big Bob Molenkamp driving in for a two handed layin to tie it up with 2:43 to play. Scrambling guard Hank Mercado stole the ball from the Rams on the pass-in and seconds later tanked a shot from the top of the key for a two point lead 42-40. With 1:07 to go reserve center Steve Hagen was fouled and dumped in two from the charity line but Heer hit again from the outside and Redlands held only a two point margin. I Guard Gary Crowther came through with 43 seconds to play for two charity tosses and a three point lead. Heer made the final Ramona point from the foul line. Mercado sank two with one second to go for the final 4843 victory and Redlands remained in sole possession of nine over some tight guarding jby the Rams. I Sub Ron Bohrnstedt who took 'Gardners forward spot turned • in a solid performance.Guards i Mercado and Ray Hurt continued their pressing game and forced the Ram dribblers into several errors. CBL San Bernardino kept its hall of the bargain In set up Tuesdays clash with the Terriers as ithey rolled to a smashing 8047 victory over Fontana. Ernie Powell provided a major share of the spark for the win with ;2G points. Frank Former. 6-7 , center ended with 19 points. I Chaffey rolled to a 66-53 win ;over hapless Pacific as John Lundquist fired in 23 points to lead t h e Tigers over the Pirates. Citrus Belt League Varsity Basketball W. L. PF PA Redlands 12 0 707 527 San Bernardino. .11 1 868 581 Riverside 8 4 644 672 Ramona 6 6 745 639 Fontana 5 7 600 665 Chaffey 5 7 700 745 Hare leads Yucaipa to 86-69 win UR Bulldogs host Oxy Tigers at 8:30 GOING IN — Redlands High center Jim Gardner drives in from the top of the key during the Terrier-Ramona game last night in Terrier gym. Coach Al Endeman's RHS five scored a narrow 48-43 win over the Rams from Riverside. (Photo by Jim Sloan) Course in Skin and Scuba diving planned at YMCA Cincinnati Royals move with victory over N. Y. By United Press International Usually when Red Aucrbach and the Boston Celtics take a look back, there's nothing in sight. That, however isn't the case this season because the Cincinnati Royals are doing their best to pull one of the biggest upsets in National Basketball Association history. The Royals moved within two games of the Eastern Division leading Celtics with a 126-114 victory over the New York Knickerbockers Friday night But what's more important the Royals are just three games back in the loss column with one-fourth of the schedule ahead. The victory, engineered by Oscar Robertson, who had 29 points and an NBA season high of 21 assists, was the ninth straight for the Royals. Robertson, who had 13 as­ sists in the first half, also had the previous high of 19 in a game against Baltimore last Jan. 5. Jerry Lucas had 23 points for the Royals and collected 14 rebounds. Bob Boozer, an ex- Royal, led the Knicks with 22 points followed by Johnny Green with 20. In the only other game scheduled Friday night, the Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Dertoit Pistons. 130-123. Detroit made eight of its first nine shots, but the 76ers were even hotter with a 43-point first quarter. The 76ers, with only eight men in uniform, had a comfortable lead the rest of the way even though Detroit countered with 43 points in the final period. Hal Greer had 29 for the 76ers followed by Paul Newmann with 25. Bailey Howell had 27 for the Pistons. Colton 1 11 560 779 Pacific 0 12 575 7S1 Last Night's Results Redlands 48, Ramona 43. SBHS 80, Fontana 47. Chaffey 66, Pacific 53. Ramona G. F. T. Masi 3 0 6 Bonzoumet 5 1 11 Palmer 1 1 3 Heer 3 1 7 Simon 0 5 5 Duffield 1 0 2 Barton 3 0 6 Knox 1 1 3 A certified course in Skin and Scuba diving will be conducted at the Redlands YMCA beginning Monday or Thursday February 24, or February 27, starting at 7 p.m. The Skin and Scuba Course will be a 21 hour Certified Los Angeles County Course under the instruction of Los Angeles County Certified instructors. All persons graduating will be issued a Los Angeles County Certified Certificate. The course will include 21 hours of instruction of lectures, underwater movies, and practical instruction, plus an ocean check out trip. All scuba equip­ ment will be furnished with the exception of mask, fins, and snorkel. The class will meet twice weekly Monday and Thursday evening for 2 or 3 hour session. The course is open to both men and women, boys and girls. Boys and girls under 16 will received a Junior Divers Certificate. Cost of the course will be $25.00 per person, plus a minimum YMCA membership of 3 months. Persons interested should contact Wes Ogle at the YMCA or Don Leonard. The enrollment will be limited to 20 persons. Call as soon as possible, if interested. Totals 17 Redlands G. Gardner 3 Molenkamp 5 Hurt 0 Mercado 3 Bohrnstedt 1 Crowther 3 Hagen 0 9 F. Totals 15 18 48 Score by quarters: Ramona 7 9 19 10—43 Redlands 15 12 11 10—48 Class B score: Ramona 45, Redlands 38. New Blade LOS ANGELES (UPI) —The Los Angeles Blades, in the midst of an 11-day off period, today acquired right wing Marc Dufour from the Baltimore Clippers (if the American Hockey League in exchange for Jack Bownass, star Blade defense- man. Hazzard out to break all time score record LOS ANGELES (UPI) — UCLA's all - amcrica candidate Walt Hazzard could break the school's all-time scoring record tonight when the Bruins meet Washington. Hazzard needs only 15 points to set a new mark. The Bruins will be after their 21st victory of the season without a loss. In the second game of the doublehcader at the Sports Arena, University of Southern California takes on Washington State. In Friday night's twinbill. the top - ranked Bruins had little troubb downing Washington 7358 behind Gail Goodrich's 21 points. In the second game. Southern California downed Washington State 68 - 60 for their second straight Big Six victory. Allen Young sparked the Trojan scoring with 24 points. Like picking winner in one horse race By OSCAR FRALEY UPI Sports Writer MIAMI (UPI)—Fearless Fraley's facts and figures: The fight mob, gathered for the impending Sonny Liston- Cassius Clay embroglio, is acting today as if gaseous Cassius should have to pay his way into the arena 10 days hence. "Who do you like?" they ask, and woe betide the guy who infers that maybe Cassius has a chance. I don't, believing that Clay will be lucky to get past the third round. But as a feller who would have trouble picking the winner in a one-horse race, I've got to remember that longer shots than Clay (who is 5 to 1) have jostled the experts here and therein various forms of muscular endeavor ... re­ member the Dodgers in the most recent World Series? Up and Down Ralph Terry, who in one year went from World Series star to standby pitcher for the grounded New York Yankees, has arrived for spring training and asserts that his one regret about Yogi Berra being named manager is that the squat man won't be available for pinch hitting duty. "You miss a guy like that," opines handsome Ralph. "Yogi didn't strike out very often and I'd rather see him up there with a club in his hands than sitting on the bench." . . . Other pitchers, however, will derive comfort from same . . . . Everybody's getting into the fisticuff act, and one of the latest is Cus D'Amato. If the name escapes you, he piloted a gent named Floyd Patterson to what was laughingly referred to as the world heavyweight championship. Cus alleges that he suggested private workouts for Clay and that his tactics have been used in secret—and maybe he oughta be paid, or sompin. Has His Doubts Bill Faversham, one of Clay's financial syndicate, is a former actor and son of a one-time matinee idol. He proved he maybe shoulda stood in acting when he said that D'Amato "made a champion out of a guy who can't fight." (Meaning Floyd Patterson.) as one of the doubters, 1 would dare to presume that maybe fearful Floyd could whup Cassius ... at least as of the moment .... Paul Runyan, who goes to the post next week in search of his third PGA Seniors championship, says that the tournament has done much to revive interest among us old duffers in playing golf . . . Despite our bifocals, he contends, we finally realize that you can pursue the little white ball long after all other pursuing interests have faded .... Which brings to mind that the much - pursued elder Cassius Clay, who last week accused his sons. Cassius Jr.. and Rudy, of being Black Muslims, now has done an about face and purportedly called them "model sons." Which prompted one wag to comment that: "Cassius is having a new ring robe tailored—of bleached mus- Iim." Two games decided in final seconds By United Press International Two games were decided in final seconds of play Friday night in basketball games involving small colleges in Southern California. Guard Ray Plutko's driving layup shot with just four seconds left in an overtime period gave host Upland College a 7271 victory over Biola. The game was tied 65-65 at the end of regulation time. The second thriller was the 72 - 70 win of Chapman College over Westmont in a non-conference game played at Santa Barbara. Dan Miller put in a short jump shot with 10 seconds left to break the tie. High-scoring Gary Prestesater bucketed 31 points in leading Azusa to a 107-71 win over visiting LIFE College. Azusa took a 15-3 lead in the non-conference game. In other non-conference tangles, Cal Poly beat San Fernando Valley State 81-63, Cal Western took the University of San Diego 73-67, and La Verne College rolled over Cal Lutheran 104-88. With Dennis Hare blasting the nets Yucaipa High Tunderbirds raced to a record breaking 8669 win over visiting Indio high last night. Hare, a 6-2 forward who has been leading the Desert Valley League scoring race pumed in 43 points for a new record. His output erased Ted Page's school mark of 41 set last year. The team total of 86 set a new standard by one point. With the win coach Kent Hayden's Thunderbirds clinched the DVL championship. Ron Wallace and Chip Chiappone both scored in double figures for the T-Birds as they notched their eighth straight win. Wallace hit 11 and Chiappone 10. { Gunning for the record Hare) hit 20 of 39 field goal attemptsj and meshed 3 for 3 free throws.: He pumped in 16 points during: Vlinffav the third quarter. j JUIIUQj Tuesday the Thunderbirds travel to meet Palm Springs with game time at 6 p.m. Indio G. F. T. P. Wendt 5 2 12 With a one game lead coach Lee Fulmer's University of Redlands Bulldogs will be out to make it two when they host second place Occidental Tigers tonight at 8:30 p.m. in Currier gym. The Bulldog cagers, unbeaten in Southern California Intercol- i legiate Athletic Conference play, have a 6-0 record to the Tigers 5-1 mark. A freshman game between the two schools will begin at 6:30 p.m. In their first meeting this year the UR five notched a 7256 win over the Tigers in their den. Tonights game will match the leagues highest scoring team against the stiffest defense. Oxy Jack & Jill tourney at RCC M. Wendt 5 Stewert 0 Ault 1 Goddard 7 Manzo 4 Edwards 3 Totals 25 Yucaipa G. Priebe 2 Hare 20 Wallace 4 Sorenson 4 Chiappone 5 Shewmaker 0 Byard 2 Mathieson 0 10 0 1 4 19 F. o 3 3 1 0 3 0 2 12 86 Totals 37 Score by quarters: Indio 14 18 10 27—69 Yucaipa 25 12 27 22—86 The regular Jack and Jill tournament will be held at the Redlands Country Club tomorrow with the first foursome off , 0 :at 10:30 a.m. Dr. and Mrs. Ed" 0 jwin Banta and Mr. and Mrs 3 j Dan C. A. Smith are in charge ' of the affair. Starting times are as follows: 10:30 — Dr. Edwin Banta Warren Hooper, Mrs. David Rogers, Mrs. Dan Smith. 10:38 — Dr. Murray Freeman Dan Smith, Mrs. William Howard. Edwin Banta. 10:45 — Percy Dornfeld, William Howard, Mrs. Richard Finch, Mrs. John Hart. 10:52 — Richard Finch, Ed Schindler, Mrs. Percy Dornfeld, Mrs. Harold Moser. 11:00 — Mr. Misner, Everett Smith, Mrs. Frank Genetti, Mrs. Geneva Reiter. 11:08 — Frank Genetti, Harold Moser, Mrs. Misner, Mrs. Everett Smith. 11:15 — John Hart, David Rogers, Mrs. Warren Hooper, Ed Schindler. has been averaging 84 points per outing while the Bulldogs sport the top defensive record. Redlands plays a ball control game and it will be the major factor as the Oxy five is explosive. Forward Duane Hunter is the SCIAC's number two scorer, 6-6 center Dave Sell is fourth and forward Ken Critchlow is 10th. Sell also leads in rebounds and Critchlow is fourth. UR guard Gary Smith is the Bulldogs top scorer and is only ranked ninth in the conference. Dick Fisher. 6-4 center, ranks eighth in rebounding. "If we play as well as we played down there we should beat them." Fulmcr said. Starting tonight will be Bob Engberg and George Newmyer at the forwards. Fisher at center and Smith and Dave Mohs !at the guards. 5CIAC Varsity Standings W. L. PF PA Redlands 6 0 401 329 Occidental ."> 1 502 425 Claremont-Mudd .4 2 432 392 Whittier 3 3 426 412 Pomona 1 5 423 442 Cal Tech 0 8 465 649 C$RES At Empire Bowl: Friday Empire Mixed High Game — Bud Tollivcr 228. Tern Goddard 237. Scries) — Bud Jensen 588, Tern God dard 564. 200 Club — Tern Goddard 257 Bud Tollivcr 228, Gordy Ed wards 216. Jack Goddard 217. Richard Dorsey 205, Bud Jen sen 206. John Puchalski 201. Standings: Banner Mattress 46-20. Gordys Service 41-25, Wayne Gossett Ford 40-26 Standard Station Two 37-29, Lange and Runkel 37-31, Pan- chos 26'.i-39'/=, Half Shots 2442, Standard Station One 24-42, Hopkins Const 19V=-46>i. Friday A.M. Strikers High Game — M. Ellsworth 181, Series — P. Jones 503. Standings: Early Risers 3624, Dunlap Dudes 34-26, Brand X 33-37, Merry Markers 32-28, Lucky Strikes 28-32, Pin Dodgers 27-33, Hits and Misses 2634, Hapy Go Luckies 24-36. Flyweight to make debut LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Former world's flyweight champion Hiroyuki Ebihara of Japan will make his United States debut March 19 when he meets Fabian Esquivel of Mexico. The 10-round bout will be held at Olympic Auditorium. Ferree cards three birdies MARACAIBO (UPI) — Jim Ferree of Corona, Calif., carded three birdies on the back nine Friday to maintain a two stroke lead with a 136 at the halfway mark in the Maracaibo Open Golf Tournament. Thursday's second place fin isher Art Wall had pulled even with the defending champion after 27 holes but shot a 35 com ing in to wind up in a tie for second at 138 with newcomer Jay Dolan. NBA Standings National Basketball Association By United Press International Eastern Division W. L. Pet. Boston 43 16 .729 Cincinnati 42 19 .689 Philadelphia 26 32 .448 New York 17 47 .266 Western Division W. L. Pet. San Francisco St. Louis Los Angeles Baltimore Detroit 36 24 .600 34 27 .557 33 29 .532 25 34 .424 15 43 .259 Friday's Results Cincinnati 126 New York 114 Philadelphia 130 Detroit 123 Saturday's Games Cincinnati at New York Detroit at Baltimore Boston at San Francisco Philadelphia at St. Louis UCLA's Bruin express rolls on toward KC Two champs battle for title at Tucson By HAL WOOD UPI Sports Writer TUCSON, Ariz. (UPI) — The S30,000 Tucson Open golf tournament is fashioned for non- winners. But two champions were battling it out for the title as tha third round got under way today. One is boyish-looking Bruce Devlin of Australia, who is no stranger to the winner's circle. He already has won the French Australian and New Zealand Open titles against top-notch competition. The other is Rex Baxter, a powerful hitting Texan who won the Cajun Classic last year and who captured the NCAA and National Junior championships as an amateur. They posted 36-hoIe scores of 136 with rough icy winds at the 49er Club. Devlin got the best round of the day—a five-under- par 67. Baxter had a 70 to go with his opening round 66. That gave them a one-shot lead over another pair of young pros—Jacky Cupit of Corona, Calif., and George Archer, a 24-year-old rookie of the tour from Gilroy, Calif., who had 137. The 35-mile-an-hour winds that ripped across the course didn't bother Baxter at all. "We play in this kind of weather in our shirt sleeves in Texas," he claimed. Others well in contention included rookie Chuck Courtney and Australian Bruce Crampton with 138; and Tommy Aaron, Randy Glover, Don Massengale, Dudley Wysong and Phil Rodgers at 139. WHL standings By United Denver Seattle Los Angeles Portland S. Francisco Vancouver Press International W L T Pts GF GA 37 17 2 76 218 149 24 25 4 52 193 167 24 25 4 52 159 190 23 28 5 51 183 195 24 30 2 50 177 214 22 29 3 47 180 195 Friday's Results San Francisco 5 Portland Vancouver 3 Seattle 1 Saturday's Schedule Denver at Seattle SCHEDULE TOURNEY BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI)—The seventh annual New York State Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament will be held here Feb. 27-29. College Basketball Roundup By United Press International The UCLA Bruin express, destination Kansas City, made another successful stop Friday night. Held in check during most of the first half, the top - ranked and unbeaten Uclans woke up after intermission and rolled past Washington, 73-58 at Los Angeles. The Huskies attempted to ruin the Bruins' fast break by slowing the pace but succeeded only in holding backcourt whiz Walt Hazzard to three points in the first stanza, while UCLA drew off to a 39-28 advantage. Hazzard found the range in the second half and wound up with 14 points, well short of Gail Goodrich's game high of 21. Johnny Wooden's quintet is now 20-0 and has six games remaining, all against teams they have already faced and beaten. After the regular season there are five more stops before a possible national championship, beginning March 13 at Corvallis, Ore. and winding up March 21 in Kansas City. Gets No. 12 Arizona collected its 12th win in 20 starts by beating Utah, 85-72. Utah's record is now 184. Arizona State was hotter than Arizona, connecting on 63 per cent of its a 11 e m p ts n downing Brigham Young, 11085. Art Becker directed the Sun Devils assault with 29 points. . Basketball fans at Charlotte, N. C, had plenty of excitement with two overtime games and yet Uttered the floor with debris in displeasure. In the opener of the annual North - South doubleheader, Clemson outlasted North Carolina, 97-90 in double overtime. In another thriller. South Carolina defeated North Carolina State, 62-52 in a single overtime. A thriller that is except for a period of almost 10 minutes when both teams went scoreless and remained virtual ly motionless on the court for almost eight minutes as the 8,000 fans hooted, stamped their feet and threw coins on the floor. Hor Overtime Play As for the game, South Carolina scored 17 points in the overtime, one more than they did in the entire second half. The Ivy League race remained status quo. The four co- leaders — Princeton, Cornell, Yale and Pennsylvania — all won to increase their league records to 6-2. The Tigers' Bill Bradley, the nation's fourth leading scorer, broke loose for 39 points as Princeton humbled Dartmouth, 100-46. Penn defeated Harvard, 60-49; Cornell stopped Brown, 90-77; and Yale beat Columbia, 76-63. In other contests, Chip Connor's 21 points showed Virginia the way to a 66-55 victory over Navy: Oregon State beat Seattle, 76-72 Wake Forest made up a 10 point deficit in five and a half minutes to band Maryland a 79-77 loss; and Connecticut maintained its 1H game lead in the Yankee Conference with a 90-64 drubbing of Vermont. Gillman waits for better contract offer SAN DIEGO (UPI) — Coach Sid Gillman is waiting for a better contract offer from the American Football League champion San Diego Chargers. Gillman was reported Friday | to have turned down an offer of a five-year contract including a S35.000 yearly salary. The Charger mentor said earlier this week that he had received a "legitimate offer" to coach the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. Mr. Consistency heads entry ARCADIA (UPI) — Mr. Consistency headed a triple entry by Mrs. Ann Peppers in today's featured $50,000 San Luis Rey Handicap at V/s miles over Santa Anita's turf course. Aldershot and Trafalgar III completed the Peppers' entry. In Friday's featured $10,000 Mark-Ye Well Purse for 3- year-old fillies, Nilen Wondc romped to a four-length vie? over Brown Eyed Hazel. The winner paid $4.00 to " Fran La Femme was thir STEREO and HI-FI TUNERS and AMPLIFIERS 40 % OFF SELF SERVICE TUBE CHECKER Everything for the Antennas an* Home Technician Antenna Materials DO IT YOURSELF ELECTRONIC WHOLESALE MART 10SSI N. Waterman Ones » 'til S — Senday 10 'tU t Redlands Store Bedlands Bred, at Texas St. Open It A.M. - S P.St. S.nda/ U A-M. - 5 P.M.

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