Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 20, 1964 · Page 11
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Terriers meet Fentana in final CBL game One game away from a tie; San Bernardino remained in for the Citrus Belt League title jits number three berth behind and a vault into the California i Pomona. Following Long Beach Interscholastic Federation play-iPoly came Pomona, San Ber- offs the Redlands high Terriers inardino. Ventura and Pius tangle with the Fontana High X tied for fourth: Oxnard, Glen- cagers tomorrow night at 8 p.m. dale. Pasadena and Western tied in the Steeler gym. for eighth and then Redlands Coach Al Endeman's Terrier 1 ; and Compton tied for luth. were downed by the San BIT-, CIF Playoffs nardino Cards Tuesday leaving' Redlands. in the lower brack- both teams with a 12-1 record ict. would meet second seeded going into their final game. i Pius X if they win their first A win over Fold will propel it wo playoff games, the Terriers into the CIF AAA; The schedule for Tuesday's playoffs against Orange, t h ei first-round games: (Upper Freeway league titlist on Tues-jbracket) Garden Grove at Long day night in the Orange gym.!Beach Poly; Leuzinger at West- Redlands will be the CBL's num-jern; Bellflowcr at Bay League ber two team due to the Terriers having been in the play No. 1 (either Mira Costa or Redondo): Channel No. 2 (either offs more recently than the Car-jOxnard or Ventura) at Antelope dinals. I Valley: St. Anthony at Pomona; A poll of the CBL heads waslArtesia or Dominguez at La Ha- taken yesterday and the Cardsjbra: Pasadena at Edgewood; were voted the top team due to!El Monte at San Bernardino, the rule. If either team loses to-1 (Lower bracket) Jordan at morrow night the poll won't]Pius X: Bay No. 2 (either Re- mean much. j dondo or Mira Costa) at Comp- The Cardinals will play host ton; Redlands at Orange; Anato El Monte high, the Pacificiheim at Norwalk; Glendora at league runner up Tuesday nightlGlendale; North Torrance at in the SBII gym. JMayfair: Magnolia at Channel Center Rests !.\o. 1 (either Oxnard or Ventu- Tericr center Tom McCut- ra >: and West Covina at Kcppel. cheon will probably be held out. Dominguez is hosting Artesia of action against the Stcelers to-'in an elimination game on Fri- morrow night. Jim Gardner will;day for the right to meet La Ha- move to center or reserve Steve bra next Tuesday. The elimina- Hagen will take over the post.ition game was made necessary Bob Molenkamp will be at the other forward and Hank Mcr- cado and Ray Hurt will handle the guard positions when ."3 teams qualified for the .•)2-tcam draw. Antelope Valley, the only representative of t h c Golden League in the "A A ' If Gardner goes to the center!Division, along with first and then Ron Bohrnstcdt will comeisecondplacc finishers in 16 oth- in to replace him at the forward er leagues formed the original slot. 133. The CIF Executive Commit- In the CIF fop ten poll Long [tec ruled that second-place fin- Beach Poly continued to stay in iishers in the Suburban and Cosl first place. Redlands dropped)League, which finished before from ninth to a tie for 10th with the others, would meet in the Compton. j elimination. Howie Young in practice session LOS ANGELES (UI'I (-Newcomer Howie Young got in an Pros looking for tackles NEW YORK (UPI) — Most professional football teams still are looking for tackles. Five of the eight American ... Football League teams selected extra practice; session to sharp., Wednesday during the on his play today as the Los, fi nmd of a supplementary Angeles Blades had a free night j draf( jn whjch a t0 , a , of between games with the Port-' fw , shjrr coMcgc pIavcrs land Buckaroos. | wlTe c|loscn Young, purchased from lie! T))p rCfj yhjrt is R C0 | Icsian jn Chicago Black Hawks of the ihis fonrtll vcar or uith a scn . National Hockey League last; ior sc i 10 | asl j 0 standing who still week, was in the Blades start- a vcar of foo , ba n cligibiJitv ing lineup last night in a game; remaining, that went lo the Buckaroos by! The tackles chosen on the a 5-4 score. first round were Dick Ilerzing The penalty champ of thc :0 f Drake by Denver: Larry NHL last year had been out of! Hand of Appalachian State by action for three weeks prior toi.N'ew York; Bob Burrows of the game but showed local fans,East Texas State by Kansas he knew how to handle a hock ! City: John Deibert of Penn stick. Young assisted Leo| State by Buffalo, and Tony Lawrence of Bowling Green by Boston. San Diego's champion Charg- Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., Feb. 20,1964 - 11 At Empire Bowl: Wednesday Ladies Handicap High Game — Helen Sauvage 189, Series — Lucille Middleton 502. Standings: Garvey Motors 5636, Ells Belles 54-38, JoNanns Dress Shop Sl'-MO 'i. Harolds Shoes 50' J -41' = , Sally Shops 49'i-42'u. Wayne Gossett 47-45. A and P Auto Parts 45 - 46'i. The Sleepers 42 '2 -49'?, Gay 90's 25W-66'.-. Freeway Dodgers High Game — Dutch Kutchcr 256. Ruth Holden 223. Series- Dutch Kutcher 640, Lucy Koop man 530. 200 Club — Bill Lutes 215. Ruth Holden 223, Dutch K u i- cher 256, Pat Buyak 210, Andy Scherrer 230, Fred Hooper 212. Standings: Redlands Three Min Car Wash 44>--24'-.-. Gairs .Men Shop 43-26. First American Title, 43-26, Emmersons 37-32. The Pantry 35-34, Dutch Girl 35-34, Richies Steakhouse 34'=-; 34'=. Sorcnson Engineering 32-1 37, Pinkys 29'.=-39'j, Jims Chev j ron 27' 2 -41'i, Ronda Sussex 26-1 43, Huiskcns 25-44. j Wednesday Niters Mixed | High Game and Scries — Joe 'English 256, 574, Alberta Cloud 203, 545. 200 Club — Elmer Schwarzenberger 213, Alberta Cloud 203. Joe English 256, Sam Thomas 200. Hassie Hensley 203. j Standings: Sedgwick Arnegard 43':-25 l j, Babcock Construction 43-26, Jacinto and Son 41-28, C WT Rcc. Club 40-29. Save U More 36'i-32 , j. Farmers Ins. 35-34. Nance Engineers 34' : -34'.i: Corrigan Chevron 32-37, The Foursome 31-38, Bills Doug las 29-40, Duperron Sprinklers 26 , i-42',:, Fishermans Retreat 21-48. Forester Mixed League High Game — Howard Albertson 225, Paul Bendemire 221, Harold Hill 209, Betty Thompson 210. Standings: Toppers 50 - 34. Swing A Longs 49-35. Hill Benders 47'j-3G' ; , Slow Starters 4341, Wistful Four 43-41, Robins Hoods 41'=-42 , 2, We Four 39'-j SWIM MEET TROPHIES - (Left fo right) Jim Eselin, Optimist Chairman, Roy Brown of Brown and Hovland Awards, and Ron Stutt, R. H. 5. Swim coach examining types of trophies to be ordered for the Optimist Swim Relays. Optimists to co-sponsor swim relays ifinals scheduled for 3:30 Satur- freestyle, backstroke, brcast- !day afternoon. Both sessions will stroke, butterfly, medley, and be open to the public, with aidivins. inominal charge for the after-, inoon finals. Events include re- SELL IT TOMORROW ilays in 6 man freestyle, 4 man With low - cost Classified Ads The co-sponsorship of the Rcd-j lands High School Invitational Swimming Relays by the local Optimist Club was announced today by club President Swen Larsen. The all-day event will be held Saturday, March 7 at the University of Redlands pool. Jim Eselin was appointed as club chairman for the event to work with Coach Ron Stutt of R.H.S. in setting up the invitational meet. Some 14 schools are expected to attend this affair which will see nine trophies adnd 152 medals awarded to relay swimmers in A, B, and C classes. Host Redlands High will be one of the favored teams in the 44'i, Hootenannies 39-45, Four vars " y d,v,s,on - along with Up- jRestors 33-49, Four Pine Cones land and Covl,ia - othcr schools 32! s .5i!-.. so f ar participating include " c „ . . lAzusa. Chaffey. Pacific. Palm empire League High Game — Elaine Filkins ey Labine in scoring one of his two goals of the evening. The 26-year - old defenseman JUMPER — Redlands High forward Jim Gardner lets loose a left hand push shot over the guarding of San Bernardino's Dorthey Groy, 30, during Tuesday evening's game in Terrier gym. Redlands will close out Citrus Belt league action tomorrow night against Fontana High in the Steeler gym at 8 p. m. Tuesday the Terriers travel to meet Orange High school in CIF play. (Photo by Jim Sloan) Services in Colton for Ken Hubbs COLTON (UPI)—The baseball world was to pay its last respects to Chicago Cub second baseman Ken Hubbs today, the penalty box once for bump-jtures — guards Charles Hmtonj Hubbs. whose body was found ing Portland's Bob Ertcl, but he'and Tommy Lucas and half-|j n the wreckage of his private took the judgement in stride. It back Frank Kinard. The Charg-j p i anc ncar provo, Utah, was lo was hardly an unfamiliar pre- ers' first choice was halfback j D e buried in Montecito Ceme did manage to get himself into|ers picked three Mississippi fu Itures — guards Charles Hinton of Brigham dicament for him after spending ^llcn Robinson 273 minutes in the penalty box ^ m,n S- last season ! In °"' cr firsl round picks. ! Oakland chose end Carlton of Florida A&M and Los Angeles' loss to the Buck aroos gave Portland sole pos- 0ate! ; session of third place in the Hmiston picked end Jerry Cole Western Hockey League and dropped the Blades into a fourth level tie with San Francisco. i of Southwest Texas. WHL standings NAMES CHAIRMAN I Denver GENEVA. N.Y. (UPI) — Len|seattlc Casanova, head football coach| Portland at the University of Oregon and president of the American Football Coaches Association. Wednesday named Alva E. Kelly as chairman of the public relations and press committee of the coaches' group. W L T Pts GF GA 38 IS 2 78 228 161 54 204 177 53 1S8 199 52 163 195 52 184 222 49 189 202 25 26 4 24 28 5 Los Angeles 24 26 4 San Fran. 25 31 2 Vancouver 23 30 3 Wednesday's Results Portland 5 Los Angeles 4 Thursday's Schedule Seattle at Denver. FIRST-O-THE-YEAR ON* HOOD " NYLON TIRES! BRAND NEW 9 95 EXCH. & TAX 670 x 15 Tube Type Blaclwoil © © ALSO BRAKES SHOCKS ALIGNMENT (Front A Rear) BALANCING TRUEING SEE THE READING BOYS AT 609 N. EUREKA Bottom of Downtown Off Ramp PY 3-3277 READING TIRE and BRAKE For Safety Sake tcry following funeral serives in the auditorium of Colton Union High School. Hubbs and a lifelong friend. Dennis Doyle, 22, also of Colton, were flying home from Utah where they were to spend a few days with their families when their plane crashed. Doyle was buried Tuesday in Utah. Bishop Lyman Madsen of the Colton Ward of the Church ol esus Christ of Latter • Day Saints was to conduct the services. Officials from all Major League teams and representatives from the Little Leagues, where Hubbs first gained diamond fame, were expected to attend the services and ride in the 400- car motorcade to the cemetery. Head Cub coach Bob Kennedy was to lead the six-man delegation of the team as active pallbearers. The other pallbearers; included Ron Santo, Dick Ellsworth. Ernie Banks, Don Elston and Glen Hobbie. A crowd of 1.200 people was expected to jam the school au- YMCA Citrus basketball league games Redlands YMCA citrus basketball resumes tonight with two games scheduled. At 7:15 p.m. the Oranges will battle the Lemons. In the nightcap at 8:15 the Grapefruits will tangle with the Tangerines. Wcs Ogle, YMCA physical director said. BROWN DOES COLOR NEW YORK (UPI)—Fullback Jimmy Brown of the Cleveland Browns, who once turned down an offer to become a professional fighter in favor of pro football, will do color commentary during the American Broadcasting Company's radio coverage of the Sonny Liston- C a s s i u s Clay heavyweight championship fight in Miami, Fla.. Feb. 25. 223. Scries — Pat Buyak 605. 200 Club — Georgia Milner 204. Elaine Filkins 223, Pat Buyak 213. Georgic Milner picked up the 6-10-7 split. Standings: Save U More Sta lions 44'j-lS'i;, Kivctt Real Es tatc 40-23. Hals Gals 39-24. Kerns Market 38-25, Corinncs S mart Shoppe 36-27, Huffman Tile 35' i- 27' 2, Llama Turkey Ranch 35 • 2S, Oak Glen Eggs 31-32, Caii- mesa Builders 31-32. Chemical Exhaust ZO '2 -22'-. Jims Barber Shop 30-33, Rowells 27-3G, Mikes Barber Shop 26-37, LaPetitc 2241, Morbitzers BBQ 21«-i-41ti, Nash Cleaners 17-46. At Tri City Bowl: Wednesday Scratch Trio j High Game and Series — J.j Coleman 234, 600. I 200 Club — 11. Wikcrt 212, B.' Fisher 204. J. Coleman 234. i Standings: A and P Auto Parts: Springs. Ramona. Riverside; Poly, San Bernardino. Montclair. Victor Valley, Alta Loma, Antelope Valley, and Northview. 1 Events will begin with prelimi- : naries at 10 a.m. Saturday, and. 1 19-9. Mikes Barber Shop 19-9 ! Beahrs Hinckley 14-14, Team Four 14-14, Team Two 12-IG.; Woods Rentals 6-22. Mixed League High Game A. Ycagcr 202. M i Brooks 170. Series — L. Eastei 530. JL Brooks 460. Standings: Redlands Cab Co. 21-7, Double A Dist. 1S-13. Ret- tigs Machine Shop 14-12, A and P Auto Parts 12-16, Bens Bombers 11-17. The 300's 8-20. Karl's WONDERFUL DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS HURRY-WHILE THEY LAST!! CREW SOX hr MEN-BOYS-GIRLS * PR. (sold In a 3 pr. pVg) SPECIAL VALUE 29; WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES REDUCED TO 3" Values to 5.99 WOMEN'S - CHILDREN'S DRESS SHOES FLATS - CASUALS and SLIPPERS 77 REDUCED TO 1 Values to 3.99 OPEN FRI. NITES TIL 9 10 E. State St. Downtown Redlands THREE CHISOX SIGN CHICAGO (UPI) — Pitcher Dave DeBusschere headed the list of three Chicago White Sox players who returned their signed contracts Wednesday. Jerry McNertney, a catcher, and first baseman Grover Jones completed the trio. Jones and JIcNcrtney spent last season with Indianapolis in the International League. Waldo Burroughs states:— "NOW A COMMERCIAL AUTOMATIC WASHER FOR YOUR HOME" . . . and, of course, it's EASY and exclusively at Burroughs. Washeteria Owners Can't Afford Service Costs! CAN^ YOU f Hardware* Furniture-Appliances tal Browning Influence I Robert Browning, the English I ditorium, with many thousands!poet, influenced such modern! outside. |poets as Robert Frost and Ezra] The 22-ycar-oId star infielderjPound through his development! was voted National Leagued the dramatic monologue or; Rookie of the Year in 1962. injstream-of-consciousness, accord- i the same year he set a recording to the Encyclopaedia Bri-; of 78 consecutive games withoutjtannica. ; ian error. Hubbs received his pilot's license flying year. on Jan. 1, after taking lessons for more than a TERRIER TV Portland slips into third By United Press International Portland slid into third place in the topsy-turvy Western Hockey League with a 5-4 decision Wednesday night over the Los Angeles Blades before 8,101 fans. Howie Young made his first appearance with the Blades since he was sold to them by the Chicago Black Hawks last week. The famed "bad boy" of the National Hockey League assisted in one goal and was in the penalty box one time for bumping Portland's Bob Ertel. Seattle now is in second place with 54 points; Portland has 53; and Los Angeles and San Francisco 52 apiece. Seattle is at Denver Tonight. i If you can't — this is the only j Automatic for You. EASY i kgf% MONEY DOWN SEE & TRY RCA COLOR TELEVISION Authorized RCA Sales & Service 508 Orange PY 3-2743 TRADE IN END-of-WEEK SPECIALS Low-Prices in Effect FRIDAY and SATURDAY LOWEST Sf(tLSAW W2" Power Saw Three-quarter Horsepower, full 5 '/2 -inch blade gives excellent cutting capacity. Cuts T'/z-ineh dressed lumber at 45-degrees. Accurate depth bevel controls. PRICE SKILL Electric Only Over 33- Years in Redlands 117 E. State 793-5485! Model 533 Special «16 88 Turner Torch Kir, Reg. 9.88 S 7.88 RFD Mail Box, Reg. 3.25 $ 2.49 Stackmaster, Reg. 5.95 $ 3.99 Paramount Electric Lawn Eager & Trimmer, Reg.36.95. $29.88 Cioseouts, Inside, Outside Paints. Reg. 7.50-9.50 Gal. S 2.83 SPECIAL PRICES IN EFFECT FRI., FEB. 21st & SAT., FEB. 22nd iitur» Draperies J Hardware Housewares Appliances 19 East Cirrus Downtown Redlands PY 3-3279 Furniture J

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