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Terriers out to beat Cards, clinch title Will it be unlucky 13? Red lands high Terriers go after their 13th straight Citrus Belt league win tomorrow when they host second place San Bernardino Cardinals at 5 p.m. in Terrier gym Coach Al Endeman's Redlands basketball squad has rolled up 12 straight wins in CBL competition and handed the Carduv als their only loss of the season in the first round 46-43, The class B game between the two schools will start at 3:30 with the varsity game following before an expected packed Redlands gym. Redlands has notched two wins over the Cardinals this year, both by the same score. Tomorrow may be a different story for Terrier center Tom McCutcheon is a doubtful starter with a sprained ankle. A loss by the Terriers would put them into a tie for the CBL title with coach Dick Adairs Cardinals. McCutcheon has been averaging 17.6 points and the Redlands five will be hard pressed to make up the difference if he is oi~ ihe court. He is the third leading) scorer in the CBL. I San Bernardino's Ernie Powell! leads the league with a 24.8 average, a man Redlands will: have to stop to win, John Lundquist of Chaffey is second at| 18.3, McCuthceon. Eddie Folmar' of Riverside and then Terrier forward Jim Gardner with a 16.5 average. Starting for Redlands will he Bob Molenkamp and Ron Bohrn stedt at the forwards, Jim Gardner at center and Ray Hurt and Hank Mcrcado at the guards. Guard Gary Crowthcr and center Steve Hagen are exported lo see action against the Cards. Host Terriers win own tennis tournament Redlands high Terrier tennis team scored 22Vi points to win its own tournament Saturday on the WIS courts. Coach I'aul Womack's nctters ended with two more points than second place Santa Ana in the Optimist Sponsored Redlands High Tennis 5^ Redlands Daily facts Monday. Feb. 17,1944—11 Redlands Optimist Junior tennis team defeats SB The Redlands Optimist Club Junior Tennis team won a decisive 44 to 0 victory Saturday on the Pacific High courts over the newly formed San Bernardino Optimist Club Junior team. Of the matches played Lori Keefe def Armeda Porras 6-2, 6-1; Claire Curran def Mary Shepard 6-1, 6-0; Peggy Schocn def Sally McFarlane 6-1, 6-0; Jill Hawes def Bernie DeLaurie 6-0, 6-3. Donna Gibson def Kathy Bry ant 6-1, 6-1; Sandra Pratt def Sally O'Keefe 6-0, 6-0; Betsy Cook def Becky Bryant 6-0, 6-0. Tina Barnett def Judy Grindahl 6-2. 6-0; Diane Gibson def Sally McFarhse 6-4; Dianei Griffins - Debbie Verdieck cef Armeda Porras • Kathy Bryant 6-2. with the San Bernardino team in Redlands on March 7th in which the lower part of the Redlands ladder will be used. Redlands will host Palm Springs Saturday on the local courts The balance of the Redlands Optimist Club Junior Tennis students not participating in San Bernardino matches participated in ladder matches Saturday on the Cope Courts. Cindy Pratt def Denise Gib- j'son 6 -0; Patty Palmer def Me- jlissa Barnett 6-4; Cindy Pratt def Patty Palmer 6-3; Melissa Barnett def Denise Gibson 6-2. Billy Berg def Steve Ball 6-2; Mark Miles def Steve Brown 6-2; J;el: Larsos def Jehu Rusd'.e «•!; Die'< Cook dei Jira- my Gaston <•! COMES DOWN - Redlands High guard Ray Hurt is shown bringing the ball down court against Ramona. Hurt and Hank Mercado will handle the chore of getting the ball across the center line tomorrow against visiting San Bernardino in Terrier gym. Coach Al Endeman's RHS cagers will take to the hardwoods at 5 p. m. following the B game. {Photo by Jim Sloan) YMCA qirl swimmers defeat Lakewood 139-137 Redlands YMCA girls swim-[Scott, Marcia Gunn, Pat Lawr- niinj; team surged to their third enr -i', Kart -n Brandenbergor (1) consecutive win with a 13U-137!l:40.5 KKCORI). victory over Lakewood on Sat - j 40 freestyle — Karen Brantlen- urday. Coaching the squad is.berger (1) 23.1, Pinky Chambers (3). 100 brcast.sfroke — Pinky „ , „,_.„„ . The Beginning and Learning Betsy Cook-Susie tallows def stu dents spent the morning com- erme DeLaune-Donna Melvin; p]etm g a XTies 0 f progressive•6-2: Vicky Bruckert-Kathy Ot- , y morc di{flcu it tests on the iterbeck def Mary Shepard-:backboards at the high school I Kathy Foley 6-1. j courts . In boys matches, John Jim-i Each student had to first enez def Jack Donaldson 6-2, bounce the ball down 100 times, 6-1: Tom Fallows def Jeff Wid-jthen into the air 25 times, before (erstron CO, 6-1; Jim Rrown de/.;making five consecutive hits on Mike Ulackstone 6-0, 6-1; Steve!a backboard with his forehand. Johnson def David Grindahl 6-0. He then made five hits with his 6-0. | backhand and then began "beat- Jimmy Brown def Bobby ling the backboard" by winning Kropp CO, C -0; David Bohrnstedt.;points with three consecutive! def 1'cte Nacy 60, 0-0; Ricky j hits with either forehand or! Gearhart def Bmcc Short 6-0,[backhand. 60: Scott Ghormley def John! The students working at the Short G-0, 6-0. thigh school were under the di- Tommy Walter def. Mike Ran- rection of Walter Merton, Bob dclph 6-0, 6-0; Paul Liebermani Moore and Bill Palmer. Lessons def Peter Kalnin 6-0, 6-0; Giblwill continue through the month Brown def Gary Blackstonc 6 -lJ of March and many additional CO; Gary Palmer def Jeff Wid- j players are expected to be erstron 6-0, C-0. (graduated from this group for A return match will be played) the competitive ladder. Presbyterians win to end season 9-1 /-.. u i nrmon i Tne First Presbyterians won Chambers (1) 1:26.0 RECORD. , he church , eague Dasketba n Marcia Gunn (3). l ti(Ie wj(h a , ayoff win ovcr ^ 200 freestyle - Pam Scott U); NaMrcne - s . T h e Presbyterian Ralston wins at Buffalo SURROUNDED — University of Redlands forward Gary Loper, 15, ties up the ball during the Redlands-Occidental game Saturday night. Coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldogs rolled to a 63-53 win, their seventh straight in SCIAC play. Helping Loper in the scramble is the whole UR team, (l-r) George Newmyer, 24, Terry Friedlander, Gary Smith and Bob Engberg 35. Fulmer's cagers travel to meet Cal Tech tomorrow night. (Photo by John Oliver) tourney which was played Wcd-j W il han \ Slwwvcr. nesday and Saturday. Ne , w <eam records set at the Chaffey high took third with!™"* 1 werc ; P«P division - 160 16>* followed by Montebello with I* Kathy Shawver 12. A total of 25 schools parti- ^ cnfi - v ^ arse "' ^ - Mar , tln anri , C i ualed Chris Xing. 1:47.7; 40 back -'2 :31 .5, Anita Thompson (3) I - , Doul" Verdieck won the sin-*"*'- K »V* 2 ^ !, ™ ^ctetrokc - Pam Scot. ^che 'dTheltle 'b vT36^2 mt^Tom E^fsen gles title for the Terriers with) lntcrme « 1, atc Division - 160;U> 1:17.0, Heather Fleming (3). Z A Hl ul ^ 2 mar fcu «fsen. flO -ri 6,?7 SJry over relay, Pam Scott, Mar- 100 butterfly - Pat Lawrence! raded Wlth a 9 " 1 scason -. :cia Gunn, Pat Lawrence and;d>. 1 s BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI)-Fiery Dennis Ralston, the 1963 Nation al Indoor Champion, won his second straight Buffalo Tennis and Squash Club Mid-Winter Invitation Tournament singles title Sunday with an impressive vic- Californian dy Meyers of EI Monte. The Terrier team of Ron Bohrnstedt and Dennis Grainger won the doubles 6-1, 1-6, 7-5, over Cooper and Runquist of Chaffey. The results: SINGLES Championship — Doug V c r- dieck, Redlands, def. Randy Myers, el Monte. 10-8, 1-6, 9-7. Semifinals — Myers def. Bill SteineT, Santa Ana, 6-3, 6-3; Ver dieck def. Glen Berk, P a 1 o s Verdes, 6-3, 6-3. Quarterfinals — Steiner def. Pete Tomack, Palm Springs, 62, 6-2; Myers def. Jim Strykcr, Redlands, 6-3, 6-3; Verdieck def. Dan McMictiael, Santa Ana, 6-0, 6-1; Berk def. Ralph Crandall, Santa Ana, 6-3, 6-3. DOUBLES Championship — Ron Bohrnstedt & Dennis Grainger, Redlands, def. Cooper & Runquist, Chaffey, 6-1, 1-6, 7-5. Quarterfinals — Bohrnstedt & Grainger def. Brown 4: Zane, Colton, 6-2, 6-0; Kling & Willin- soh def. Mead & Howard, Santa Ana, 6-3, 6-4; Cooper & Runquist def. Puryer is Corona, MontebeUo, 8-6, 10-8; Harwood & Westerdoll def. Hubbs & Davies, Colton, 6-2, 6-0. CONSOLATION Doubles' championship — John: Shaw & Greg Hofman, Redlands, def. Nevin & Dixon, Santa Ana, 6-3, 0-6, 6-3. Karen Brandenberger, 1:46.5; Pinky Chambers, 100 breaststroke. 1:26.0; Pat Lawrence, 160 Individual Medley, 2:07.5 100 freestyle — Karen Brandenberger (1) 1:07.7, Marcia Gunn (3). 160 individual medley — Pat California driver, win four at Phoenix PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPD—Cali­ fornia drivers won four of the six titles up for' grabs Sunday in^ the second and final day of the Pacific Coast Divisional Championship Road Races at the new Phoenix International Raceway. However, it was a Wichita, Kan., driver, Jack Hinkle, who stele the show by breaking bis own record for one lap over the 2.75 mile course. Hinkle, driving a Cooper-Monaco in the modified class, was clocked at 92.7 m.p.h., nearly a mile faster than his record of 91.8 ra.p.h.-, set Saturday. Ed Barker of Hermosa Beach, 1 Calif., won the overall title for the Class G-H production, H modified, small sedan class in his Spitfire. Alan Johnson, Pasadena', Calif., driving a Porsche, was first in the race for Class E and F production cars. A Los Angeles man, Bruce Kessler, at the wheel of a Brab- hSm won the formula race. Ed Leslie, Carmel,- Calif., drove his Cobra to the big production class title. Scores by divisions were as! Lawrence (1) 2:07.5 RECORD, follows: :Anita Thompson (3). MIDGET j 160 freestyle relay — Anita Redlands 35, Lakewood 33 1 Thompson, Pinky Chambers, SO medley relay (Kim John-1Heather Fleming, Linda Thomp- stone, Chris Callis, Michaljson (1). Thompson) 1st 55.2. j 20 freestyle — Janice Canning; (1) 12.0, Stephanie Vince (3). 20 breaststrokc — Chris Callis (1) 16.4. Karen Martin (8V 20 backstroke — Kim Johnstone (3). 20 butterfly — Mich'al Thompson (2). Vancouver Canucks knock off Denver The third quarter with the Presbyterian five scoring nine and holding the Nazarene's scoreless proved to be the key to the win. Skip Maciejewski led the winners with 10 points followed by Frank Beemer, three, Terry Gaston five, Jim Stryker two, Kent Badders six, Wes Wright one, and Monty Farquhar seven. Also playing for the winners were Mark Wollam Richard Beemer, and D. Bad ders. Gary Short led the losing Nazarene cagers with 12 points. The final standings had the First Presbyterians, 9-1; Nazarcnc 82; House of Neighborly Service 5-5; Sacred Heart 5-5; Baptist 4-6; Congregational 4-6; Bethany Reformed 2-8; State Street Chris- 40 freestyle — Janice Canning: (2), Michal Thompson (3). i By United Press International 80 individual medley — Tina! The Vancouver Canucksjtian, 2-8. Connor (3). iciimbed back into the Western) Gary Short was the season 80 freestyle relay — Ch r i si Division playoff picture the j high scorer with 118 points and Callis, Jan Duffy, Tina Connor J hard way. They knocked offj Don Battcrsby was second with Stephanie Vince (1) 56.0. I league-ieading Denver Sunday, j 105. Ron Brejtfus was third PREP The Canucks' solid 7 -3 vic -iWith 101. In other church games the House of Neighborly service de Redlands 31, Lakewood 37 jtory combined with Seattle's 160 medley relay — K a t h y'6-3 decision over San Francisco Shawver, Wendy Larson, Judyjto turn the battle for playoff!feated the Baptist 46-31 with Martin. Chris King (2) 1:47.7—jspots into a real dogfight. j Rich Polidore scoring 18 points. RECORD. Denver, the only team with [ Larry Calahan had eight, Ed 40 freestyle — Chris King}more wins than losses, has alWimberly seven, Harold Jones (1) 24.8, Marilyn Marty (3). ' ' J ' 40 breaststroke — Wendy Larson (1), 31.0, Judy Martin (2) 40 backstroke — Kathy Shawver (1), 26.4 RECORD, Pam Harmon (3). 40 butterfly — Chris King (2) 100 freestyle — Kathy Shawver (1) 1:08.0. 24 point lead, but then the fun!one, and Sam Carter, Robert begins Cox and Bill Murphy all four. Seattle has 54 points, Los An- Bethany Reformed downed geles 52, Portland 51, San Fran- 1 State Street Christian 28-21 with cisco 50, and Vancouver 49. 1 J. Lappinga hitting 12 and Arie Three of those five teams will make the playoffs—two won't. Ralston, 21-year-old University of Southern California senior and Davis Cup star, smashed Edtefsen 6-1, 6-1, in about 45 minutes. Edlefsen, a USC sophomore and a junior Davis Cup captain, was able to win only the fourth game of the first set and the opening game of the final set. Ralston and Edlefsen, 22, of Piedmont, Calif., teamed up to whip Dick Savitt, 36, and Billy Talbert, 45, both of New York UR moves toward title with Oxy defeat University of Redlands tooki the big step towards the Conference basketball title with a neatly played 63-53 win over visiting Occidental Tigers in Currier gym. The win was the seventh' straight for coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldogs in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference contests. It leaves the UR cagers just a game away from clinching a tie for the title and they will have their chance tomorrow night when they meet Cal Tech at Pasadena. Following the Cal Tech game City, for the doubles champion-jthe Bulldogs close out the_ sea-1 ship, 6-3, 6-3. Vancouver's win was its fifth in a row. Four third-period 80 individual medley — Judj i goals turned the tide with vet- Martin (2). I eran Ph'l Maloney staying high JUNIOR Redlands 18, Lakewood 49 40 freestyle — Kathy Lane (2). 100 breaststroke — Dana Duffy (3).. 100 backstroke — Clare Boxer (2). 100 butterfly — Dana Duffy (2). 100 freestyle — Clare Boxer (3). 160 freestyle relay — forfeit, Redlands (1). INTERMEDIATE Redlands 55, Lakewood 18 160 medley relay — Pam Preamo wins at Caliente AGUA CALIENTE, Mexico (UPI)—Preamo was opposed by only three other horses Sunday as he came from off the pace to win the six furlong Yucatan Purse at Caliente Race Track. The favored Wanapanka was second to Preamo with Yatta- girl third. Preamo toured the" sprint course in 1:09 3-5 and paid $7.00 for the win. Two players picked six consecutive winners in the 5-10 for a payoff of $23,441. in the scoring race by scoring two and assisting in another. At Seattle, Bill MacFarland scored the hat trick and tacked on an assist as Seattle built up a 3-0 lead after one" period and a 5-1 cushion after two stanzas. It was the ninth loss in 10 outings for the Seals, and their first setback under new head coach Nick Mickoski. He' won his debut last week. Saturday's only contest saw Seattle build up a 4-0 lead in the third period before Denver exploded for an incredible sev- ert-goal barrage in the final stanza. Final score was 7-5. Denver" scored four times ih five minutes during one spurt. Seattle's Claude Dufour, one"! of the league's top goalies, managed to block five out of| 12- shots in that: final period, probably the worst percentage^ for any net-minder all year. New record LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The UCLA freshman basketball team set a school, one-game scoring record by beating Oceanside- Carlsbad Junior College 134-73 Saturday. The 1950 frosh held the old record—a 113-43 win over Woodbury College. Franken 11. Sacred Heart rolled up 50 points while holding Congrega tional to 16. Wilkinson was high for the winners with 19 and Ron Brejtfus had 13 Report on duck count The 1964 annual winter waterfowl census tallied 3,601,000 ducks wintering in California, a five per cent decrease f r o rii last year's winter count of 3,787,000 ducks, the Department of Fish and Game announced this week. Most of the decrease shown for ducks occurred in the diving ducks with scaup (bluebiU) showing the biggest drop. Most of the scaup are recorded in coastal bays and it is possible that not all birds were tallied as they periodically move out to the ocean, the DFG said. The number of dabbling ducks (3,252,000), the state's most important species, was" about the" same as a year ago. The.num­ ber of mallards and widgeons decreased, but pintails and! green-winged teal showed increases. The goose population of 758,000 showed a decrease of 12 per cent from 1963, but still remained at high level. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Celtics edge Lakers to hold two game lead By United Press International The streaking Cincinnati Royals have surpassed their all- time mark of games won in a single- season, but are still in second place in the Eastern Division of the National Basketball Association. The Boston Celtics, perennial NBA champs, edged the Los Angeles Lakers with a last-sec ond goal Sunday night to keep two games ahead of the Royals. Cincinnati scored its 11th straight victory 114-97 over the Philadelphia 76ers of the fourth period point-making of' Oscar Robertson and the rebounding of Tom Hawkins. The home court triumph was the Royals' 44th win of the season, bettering their previous dub nigh of 43 in 1961-62. Although the 76ers went into the game minus three of their; regulars, they put a scare into Cincinnati by taking the lead midway through the third period and held it till eight min utes remained in the game. But Robertson scored 15 of his game-high 32 points in the final period and Hawkins grabbed six' key rebounds. At Los Angeles, the Celtics boomed from behind to drop the Lakers" 92-96 in the final sec ond of the game when John Havlicek sank a 20-foot set play jump shot. In winning, the Celtics captured their season series from Los Angeles 5-3. Havlicek scored all but nine of Boston's 27 points in the final period and was tops for the night with 21 Elgin Baylor led Los Angeles with 33. The* Baltimore Bullets, in the only other National Basketball Association game, dealt the Detroit Pistons their sixth loss hi a row, 111-99 at Detroit. Walt Bellamy topped all scorers by contributing 29 points for the Bullets who coasted to their fourth consecutive- win. Teammate Gus Johnson scored- 25. son against Claremont Muddj Saturday night and Whittier, Feb. 29. Forward' Bob Engberg and reserve forward Gary Loper J mdVed Redlands to the win' with some top performances! against the Tigers. Engberg' boomed in 22 points and kept; the: boards clean as he pulled! down 13 rebounds. Loper, who' came into action early when center Dick Fisher picked up three quick fouls, outrebounded j Engberg by pulling down 16, just three shy of the UR record. First Score Occidental got into the scoring; g column first on a charity toss| |; by Dave Sell but the Bulldogs came shooting back and stayed with Oxy until the midway point of the first half. Using deliberate ball control tactics, with a tight man-to-man defense the Bulldogs surged ahead to a 25-10 lead in a six minute period. Engberg and Loper pulled in the rebounds and the Tigers couldn't connect on their few shots. Redlands cooled slightly and Oxy moved to close the gap in the final two'minutes of the first half. At the half Redlands held a 36-32 lead. Same PUy At the start of the second period the Bulldogs used the same ball control game and with 10:16 left held a 48-35 lead and the game. The Tigers could never head the Bulldogs again as they forged to their seventh straight SCIAC win. Both coaches cleared their benches in the final minutes Oxy's top scorer", Duane Hunt er, wHo is number" two in the conference was held ; to four points by the masterful guarding of Engberg and Loper who DRIVES — Dave Mohs drives toward the bucket during the University of Redlands-Occidental game Saturday night which the Bulldogs won 63-53. Mohs ended with eight points for Redlands. The Bulldogs are now 7-0 in conference standings. (Photo by John Oliver) WHL standings Denver Seattle- Los* Aagft Portland San Fran Vancouver WLT Pts GF GA 38 18 2' 78 228 161 4 54 204 177 4 52 159 190 5 51 183 195 2 50 180 220 3 49 187 198 25 26 24 25 23 28 24 3l 23 29 Sunday's Results Seattle 6 ; San Francisco 3 Vancouver 7 Denver 3 Saturday's Results Denver 7- Seattle 5 Monday's' Schedule No games scheduled. alternated on Hunter during the game. Sell, the 6-6 Tiger center, ended the night with 22 points matching Engberg's outp u t Guard Gary Smith was the only other Redlands player in double figures notching 11 for the night. Occidental G. F. T Hunter 2 Critchlow Sell Roth Gibby .... Thompson Taylor Engval 3 Totals 18 17 53 Redlands G. F. T Engberg ..: 8 6 22 Newmyer 1 3 5 Fisher 0 1 1 Mohs 2 4 8 Smith 4 3 11 Loper 12: 4" Friedlander 1 2 4 Dickey 1 0 2 Pinyoun 0 2 2 Veeh 1 0 2 Olson .- 1 0 2 Totals 20 23 63 Halftime score: Redlands 32, Occidental 26. Frosh score: Occidental 75, Redlands 48. Officials: Emmett Ashford and Keith Uooney. NBA Standings Eastern Division Boston Cincinnati Philadelphia New York W. 45 44 26 17 Western Division San Francisco St. Louis Los Angeles Baltimore Detroit W. 36 35 33 27 15 Pet. .738 .698 .433 .262 Pet. .590 .565 .524 .443 .250 Sunday's Results Cincinnati 114 Philadelphia 97 Baltimore 111 Detroit 99 Boston 92 Los Angeles 90 (Only games scheduled) Saturday's Games St: Louis 118 Philadelphia 110 Baltimore 124- Detroit 122 Cincinnati. 130 New York 124 Boston 96 San Francisco 87 Monday's Games St. Louis at- Baltimore San Francisco vs. Cincinnati at Indianapolis (Only games scheduled) USC wins LOS ANGELES (UFI) — The University of Southern California baseball team beat a collection of minor league players, 6-4, Saturday in an exhibition game.

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