Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 17, 1964 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts 8 - Monday, Feb. 17,1964 Klttltj|§ EDUCATIONAL U.S., WORLD AND SPACE INFOGRAPHS — BOOKS —BANKS —HUNDREDS OF WORTHWHILE PRIZES TO CELEBRATE FIRST FEDERAL'S NEW LOMA LINDA OFFICE AT 24885 CENTRAL AVENUE COME IN TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY OR FRIDAY, FEB. 18 THRU 21 FOR THE GRANDEST OPENING EVER FROM 9 A.M. NOW ENJOY THE CONVENIENCE OF A FIRST FEDERAL OFFICE RIGHT IN LOMA LINDA! THE SAME COURTEOUS SERVICE —THE SAME HIGH CURRENT ANNUAL RATE OF 4.85% ON YOUR SAVINGS— THE SAME FAST DEPENDABLE LOAN SERVICE. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION OF SAN BERNARDINO 24885 Central'Ave., Loma Linda Main Office at 555 E Street, San Bernardino Offices also in Bars tow Four wrestlers move info CIF competition Four members of the Redlands high Terrier wrestling team moved through the Citrus Belt League matches Saturday at Riverside Poly to gain the semifinal round of the California Interscholastic Federation ladder. Ruben Ruiz, Art Navarro, Augie Medina and Dale Cranford will all be in the CIF matches at Westminster high school on Saturday. In unofficial scoring coach Bob Chambers' Terrier team finished third one point ahead of San Bernardino and behind second place Fontana and first place Pacific. Ruiz, in the 98 pound class took first with a pin over Amiton of Fontana, pin over Ringland San Bernardino and dec. over Rice of Chaffey. Navarro in the 106 class finished second after pin over Macais of Romona, dec. Polachek of Fontana and lost to Watkins of Pacific. Medina pinned Comsa of Caffey in the 168 division, pinned Fullmer of Romona and dec. Lujan of Colton. Cranford in the 194 class dec. Kerr of Ramona, dec. Ostoich of San Bernardino and dec. Sachs of Colton to take first. Steve Moran, 148 pounder finished third for a medal and Rick Kolstad took third in the 178. Moran and Kolstad will be alternates to the CIF. Broken Dozen High Game — Roy Huisken 217, Gemia Gipson 221, Series — Roy Huisken 610, Judy Pool 591. 200 Club — Gemia Gipson 221, Roy Huisken 217, John Gagliardo 205, Jean Harrod 203, Robert Evancik 202, Judy Pool 202, Herman Van Engen 200. . Standings: Do's Trenching 37|26, Huisken Sheel Metal 35-28, Valley Trenching 34-29, Lipskey and Son 33Vi-29V4, Sage's Markets 32-31, Buds Richfield 31-32, Home Electric 28&-34W, Yucaipa Glass 28V4-34V4, Chateau Hair | Fashion 28-35, Vogue Cleaners 27V4-35 1 .*. Only four Giants unsigned SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — Only four San Francisco Giants were still unsigned today after big Willie McCovey came to terms with the club. McCovey, who propelled 44 homers into orbit last season, signed Saturday and commented I didn't exactly get what I asked for but the club gave me a very fair raise. Now I hope that I'll have a good year." Willie had got the club a bit' fearful after expressing hopes that his $24,000 of 1963 would become $44,000 in 1964. But McCovey was believed to have signed for about half the difference or around $33,000. Still unsigned are three key Giants—pitcher Juan Marichal, pitcher Billy O'Dell, and shortstop Jose Pagan. Rookie outfielder Arlo Engle is also still debating with the club. McCovey hit .280, drove in 102 runs, and played a pretty solid game in the unfamiliar left field position in 1963. Asked if he had any goals this year, the popular belter said "I don't believe in setting goals. When a player does that, he can start pressing." Midland wins PALM DESERT (UPI)—The Midland, Tex., polo team won the Racquet Club trophy Sunday by defeating Tucson, Ariz., 7-5. UCLA winner LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Ty Levi belted a 400-foot grand slam homer in the seventh inning to lead UCLA's baseball team to a 14-6 win over the Los Angeles Angels Minors squad Saturday. Northerners win LOS ANGELES (UPI) — University of California trounced Southern Cal 23-0, and Stanford beat UCLA 30-6 for a Northern California sweep in rugby games Saturday. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTARY No. 3333S In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of WILL L. FOWLER, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the petition of Elizabeth E. Fowler for the Probate of Will of WiU L. Fowler, the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to Elizabeth E. Fowler, petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further partial lars. will be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m.. on February 21st. 1964, in the court room of the Probate Department, Room 308 of the above entitled Court at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino in the above designated county and state. Dated February 10th. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLE. Clerk. By Edith Campbell. Deputy Clerk. PAUL B. WILSON, GUAY P. WILSON. 306 East State Street. Redlands. California. Attorneys for Petitioner. iFirst publication Feb. 10. 13641 Additional Sports Stanford looks for that slim chance By United Press International You can look for UCLA's runaway Bruins to win only one basketball game this week. That is all they have scheduled. But a sellout crowd will jam Stanford's crackerbox gym anyway on Saturday night to see if coach Howie Dallmar's troops can recover from a brace of defeats which the Bruins hung on them in Los Angeles a month ago. And there remains a chance, on paper, of the top-ranked Bruins blowing the Big Six title although they have won all of their 21 games to date and arre 10-0 in the conference. Stanford and California trail them by four games with six league contests to go. So those two teams have a chance. Like the guy next to you who bought a sweepstakes ticket. Tenth-ranked Oregon State, class of the Northwest independents, meets Idaho in a pair of games this weekend. And USF, now 6-0 in the West Coast A.C. skirmish, can just about wrap that up if it beats UOP Wednesday and St. Mary's on Saturday. U.C. of Santa Barbara really could have the conference in a swivet as the Gauchos now have won six out of eight WCAC games. But they also are a first year member, and the league's directors ruled that the results don't count until next season. A rundown on Saturday's games: j Big Six Walt Hazzard's 15 points not only helped UCLA make it two in a row over Washington, 8860, but also smashed Willie Naulls' school mark of 1,226. UCLA hit on only 30 per cent of its shots from the floor during the first half. Then Gail Goodrich meshed 15 of his 22 points in the second half, sparking the Bruin surge. In two other Big Six games, California gained a second place tie with Stanford by besting the Indians, 59-52, while tail-end Washington State upset Southern California, 80-76. Bruce Ballmer's set shot gave the Bears a 48-46 edge. Then after Stanford had tied the score, baskets by Dan Wolthers and Ballmer put the Bears on top sto stay. Jim Walton hit for 26 points and Byron Vadset added 24 in Washington State's surprise of USC. Allen Young scored 28 points for the Trojans. Independents Oregon State took Saturday off to recover from the close call it had when it just put down Seattle, 76-72, on Friday. Oregon made it two in a row over Gonzaga with a 105-80 blasting. WCAC USF's Dons broke the century mark for the second straight when they clubbed Loyola, 10259, behind Ollie Johnson's 25 points. This followed Friday's 103-68 win over cellar-bound Pepperdine. USF hit on 54 per cent of its field goal shots. Bob Burns had 21 points for Loyola U.S. Santa Barbara's orphans downed St. Mary's 79-68 while San Jose State defeated UOP 58-50 and Pepperdine won its first league game by downing Santa Clara, 80-75. San Jose's hard-pressing de fense held the Tigers to 16 points in the first half and Bill Wilson, UOP's 21-po i n t per game man, was cut off with 10. Eighteen points by Tom Lee led the four Santa Barbara starters who hit in twin figures against St. Mary's. Ted Briggs scored seven of Pepperdine's 11 points in overtime for their 80-75 de feat of Santa Clara. CCAA Fresno State College wrapped up its third consecutive CCAA championship by defeating San Diego State 68-61 Saturday night. The Bulldogs, registering their ninth league win without a defeat, were led by Maurice Talbot who had 18 points, Vern Crissman with 15 and John Bocko with 14. Fresno went into a 52-38 lead—a 14-point edge with 14 minutes remaining and played almost too cautiously from then on. With two minutes to play, San Diego trailed by only three points—62-59 — but the Bulldogs held on to win. In other CCAA games: Long Beach State came from behind in the last four minutes to down Cal Poly of San Luis Obispo. 94-83; and Los Angeles State edged San Fernando Valley, 94-92 on Ken Renaud's field goal at the final gun. Meanwhile, Whittier scored an easy 74-50 win over Claremont- Mudd in a SCIAC game. Both teams have 4-3 conference records and are tied for third. Independents Chapman College edged county rival Orange State 87-86 in overtime with Jeff Cotwright, who had 29 points and 30 rebounds, scoring the deciding bucket. Leonard Guinn, Orange State, poured in 35 points. In a game played late Saturday night. Upland College set a new school scoring record by dumping Los Angeles Baptist 121-101. Andy Hume of the losers scored 50 points—nearly half his team's total. In another high-scoring game, Westmont tallied their highest game total of the season with a 108-87 victory over La Verne, ending La Verne's win streak at eight games. Center John Mc Adams, whose wife gave birth to a son just hours before the game, led Westmont in scoring with 27 points. In other contests, Cal Western topped Nevada Southern 87-79, Cal Poly of Pomona downed Pasadena College 82-71, Los Angeles Pacific romped over Southern California College 8358, and Cal Lutheran beat Biola 99-87. Beatty not yet in top form for Olympic event By CHARLES H. WILSON Jr. United Press International SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — The Tokyo Olympics are still eight months away and Jim Beatty, for one, wouldn't mind if the games were put off for an additional two months. Beatty, the United States' best miler and two-miler, made his 1964 debut at the Golden Gate Invitational indoor track and field meet Saturday night and finished a disappointing third in the mile with a time of 4:13.4. That dismal performance exactly one year from the day that Beatty set a world indoor record of 3:58.6 for the mile in New York, a record that Tom O'Hara bettered by two full seconds last Thursday. Beatty's defeat was his first in four years on the indoor circuit and can be traced to an accident last October in which the former North Carolina star cut his foot severely. He was forced to use crutches for a considerable period and only recently has started to work back into condition. San Jose State's Ben Tucker went in front after a half-mile Saturday night and battled with Oregon State's Morgan Groth for the next four laps. Groth, the NCAA champ, pulled away quickly on the gun lap and won by 15 yards in 4:07.9. If Beatty's showing caused some concern about the United States' Olympic hopes, a 17- year-old high school senior from Spokane, Wash., showed that this country's track future is far from gloomy. The schoolboy, Gerry Lindgren finished second to Australia's Ron Clarke in the two-mile run with a phenomenal clocking of 8:40. Clarke's winning time of 8:36.9 was the second best of the current indoor season for the event. Top performances in the field events were by Jeff Chase of Santa Clara Youth Village and ageless Parry O'Brien. Chase set a meet record in the pole vault with a height of 16 feet, IVi inches and O'Brien won the shot put with a heave of 61 feet, 6Vi inches. Canadian Bill Crothers regained his winning form with a 1:54.2 victory in the half mile. Don Webster of the Los Angeles Striders upset George Kerr and Adolph Plummer in the 440 with a time of 49.9 seconds. Kylke van der Wal, who hitch-hiked to San Francisco from Canada, won the seldom- run one-mile steeplechase with an all-time best clocking of 4:25.5. An emotional highlight of the meet was the appearance of Brian Sternberg, former world record holder in the pole vault who was crippled by a trampoline accident last summer. Sternberg received a standing ovation as he was pushed around the board track in his wheelchair. 24 brave wind for annual Jack and Jill Braving the winds yesterday were 24 golfers in the regular Jack and Jill tournament at the Redlands Country Club. Winning first place in the best ball affair with a 135 net were Mrs. John Hart, Mrs. Richard Finch and Percy Dornfeld and William Howard. Second with a 138 net were Mrs. Warren Hooper, Mrs. Ed Schindler, John Hart and Don Miller. Winning low net for women honors were Mrs. William Howard and Mrs. Edwin Banta, and Mrs. Frank Genetti and Mrs. A. O. Misner who tied with 69's. In charge of the tourney were Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Banta and Mr. and Mrs. Dan C. A. Smith. Redlands golfers defeat Los Alamitos Redlands Sunday Golf team defeated Los Alamitos yesterday on the losers course. The Redlands team captained by Dr. Austin Welch is leading the league by 12 points. Redlands has defeated Los Alamitos twice and has split matches with March Air Force Base. This Sunday the Redlands team will travel to meet Green River with the first foursome off the tee at 10:30 a.m. Results of yesterdays match were: Vernon Crear and John Peterson won six; Dick Oliver and Bob Paine won six; John Blumenberg and Rick Marsh lost six. Howard Siever and Larry Heim won five; Austin Welch and Earl Bandy won six; Bob Bourret and Ed Barnett won five; Julian Blakeley and Bob Heim won five; William Anderson and Jay Jamison won four. Roselle endorses antitrust exemption WASHINGTON (UPI) — National Football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle today endorsed legislation to exempt major professional team sports from the antitrust laws. Rozelle defended the NFL player reserve clause and told the Senate antitrust and monopoly subcommittee that "anything less than our present rules would destroy the very foundation of the league." The NFL head and American Football Commissioner Joe Foss headed the list of witnesses called for resumption of hearings on the bill. Foss also was expected to support the measure. But pro football players themselves were reported less enthusiastic about the measure, which would extend to football, hockey and basketball the same preferred antitrust status enjoyed by baseball. Ordell Braase, defensive end for the Baltimore Colts and NFL player representative, also was called to testify. He was expected to spell out any changes the players' association wants in the bill. A fourth scheduled witness was George T. Gareff of Columbus, Ohio, president of the United Football League, representing pro football's "minor" loops. Rozelle, in his prepared testimony, said the bill was "an informed and intelligent response to a situation which requires legislative action." He urged its "early passage." The NFL commissioner said it was clear that "there is no present basis" for discrimination between different sports. But, he said, the answer "lies not in questioning the existing status of baseball, but in extending like privileges to all sports leagues." Gun Bow goes for his fourth in a row ARCADIA (UPI) — The surprise development of winter racing, Gedney Farms' Gun Bow, gets the biggest test of his career Saturday in the $145,000 Santa Anita Handicap. Going after his fourth stakes victory in a row. Gun Bow will be asked to carry 130 pounds against the best handicap horses in the West for 1V4 miles. In the Santa Anita Handicap his foes probably will include such standout performers as the speedy Cyrano, Admiral's Voyage, Rocky Link, Olden Times, Doc Jocoy, Donjour and possibly the South African star, Colorado King. The Santa Anita Handicap tops a big week of racing that also features the $25,000 Santa Barbara Handicap, at VA miles on the turf for fillies and mares and the $40,000 Santa Susana Stakes for 3-year-old fillies Thursday. The Iongshot players had their day Saturday when Inclusive raced to a major upset victory in the $59,300 San Luis Rey Handicap at IVi miles on the grass to return $205.40, longest stakes payoff in California racing history. The previous high was $180.60 paid by Perizade in capturing the 1961 Vanity Handicap. Mr. Consistency was second and Dusky Damion was third. Conn says Liston can pick his round LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) — Billy Conn, the old Pittsburgh heavyweight title contender, said today Sonny Liston "can pick his round" in beating Cassius Clay in their Miami Beach title fight Feb. 25. Conn, 46, now a host at the Stardust Hotel casino here, said I think Liston might set a new track record for the shortest knockout. He can pick his round."

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