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Terriers wind up CBL in Fontana tonight Rcdlands High Terriers wind'tor bringing the squad along toiHagcn he looked good for us up Citrus Bell League play to-;t nc title Last vear the Terriers (against the Cards, night when they tangle with the | notchcd a stro n« fourth place " 0rat >S e high is 13-0 in their Fontana Stcelers in the Fohi|" 0 ., ° P league have lost three times this gym at 8 p.m. If games go as,'"" 8 ' 1 - 'year, twice to Western High of expected then coach Al Ende-i Starting tonight will be Bob | Anaheim. They have three man's Terriers will wind up in Molenkamp and Jim Gardner atjboys 6-2 and then their guards a title tie with San Bernardino I Uic forwards, Tom McCutcheonjare 5-11." Endeman said. both with 13-1 records. at center and scrambling guards The Cardinals trek to meet l "?" k ,, M f r f a . do an , d „^ a >'. Hu , r . 1 Ramona of Riverside the leagues Wlh McCutchcon still testing his fourth ranked team. Varsity con-| anklc J,ml ? r center Steve Hagen tests will start at 8 p.m. fol- n,a - v " ct m tor Ms of P la - v,n S lowing Bee games at G :30. The Redlands Junior varsity lost a close 49-47 tilt to Fontana yesterday. Coach Maurice Fey praised the play of Jim Winter and the rebounding of Terry time, Ilagcn canned six pointsicook in the Terriers win over ,,. Ik n ^.wc w «•>.. p-r - m ,hc closin H minutes against San Bernardino on Monday. Red- If both Redlands and San Bcr- San Bcrnardino Tllcstiay m al , ands whippcd ttc Redb irds by nard .no come out on top tomgh , ]osing ef/ort . points., the Terriers will travel to meet _ ., . |-u jwuiw.. Orange high school Tuesday, Breakfast • Gtrus Belt League night in the opening round of "Wc have lo win tomshl." En- Varsity Basketball the California Interscholastic demnn said at the Benchwarmer] W. L. PF PA Federation playoffs and the (breakfast held today. "We put J Redlands .......\2 1 7G0 600 Cards will be at home against! 3 " out for San Bcrnardino butiSan Bernardino. .12 1 931 634 El Monte as the number onei 'hey w ere outstanding. Their 1 Riverside 9 4 697 722 CBL representative. two guards were outstanding. Ramona 7 6 823 701 Fontana gave the Terriers one! w c played the game the way,'Fontana 5 8 662 743 of their toughest struggles of the: «»iat we planned. Jchaffey r 8 ~- n r season with their ball control | '•.McCutchcon practiced yester-j Pacific type game with Rcdlands com-;day with us and I think that thcjColton ing out on top 39-35 in the first. ankle is stronger. Think that Fo- round. ;hi will play the same type of For the Redlands five its been! game that they did the first a great season with coach Endc-jtimc. If they get a lead they will man in his second year as men-'just hold the ball. I'm high on! Riverside at Pacific. ') 8 750 793 1 12 631 827 1 12 606 835 Tonight's Schedule Rcdlands at Fontana. San Bernardino at Ramona. Colton at Chaffey. Terrier mat men in CIF matches at Westminster Four Redlands High Terrier matmen will be in the semifinals of the California Interscholastic Federation wrestling matches tomorrow at Westminster liigh school. Coach Bob Chambers will take Ruben Ruiz, 98 pound: Art Navarro 106; Augic Medina 168, meet. Weighins will be from 7:30 Optimist tennis team hosts Palm Springs i The Rcdlands Optimist Club I Junior Tennis team will host the junior team from Palm Springs ion the University and Cope i courts tomorow at 9 a.m. | In the first match played with iPalm Springs in December, Redlands edged out the Desert players by a score of 22 to 21. This narrow victory was due to the fine play of the Rcdlands girls and Dale Cranford. 194 to tho; w -ho won fifteen matches while to 10 a.m. with the matches hosing but six. On the other hand getting under way at 11 a.m. ! t i, c boys lost fifteen matches The four finalists in each I while winning seven, weight class will advance to the Xne balance of the plaver bovs finals next Saturday at Long| and gir)s p ) av as "many Beach State college. C o a c h; ladder ma t c hes as possible be- Chambers had Augie Medina, Rick Kolstad, Dale Cranford and Steve Moran as guests at the Benchwarmer breakfast today. Four UR tennis players at Arizona tourney University of Rcdlands ncttcrs Bill Schoen and Bill Hoyt arc representing the Bulldog tennis team coached by Jim Verdieck at the University of Arizona Invitational tournament which started today and concludes Sunday. Marilyn Allum and Jane Scv- erson are the two UR gals representing the University women's team. While the nctters are at the Arizona tourney the Bulldog men's team meets Whittier today. Tomorrow the Bulldogs host Perris Hill Tennis Club on the UR courts at 1:30 p.m. fore Palm Springs arrives. The lower end of the ladder will then be selected to represent the Redlands team in the return match with the San Bernardino Juniors. The big match of the season will be against the Santa Moni- Thunderbird five at Banning for league final With the Desert Valley league crown safely locked in the Thunderbird throne room coach Kent Haydcn will send his Yucaipa High basketballers against Banning tonight on the Bronco floor at 8 p.m. in the final league game of the season. The Thunderbirds won the title outright Tuesday night and sport a 9-0 record in DBL contests. Following tonights game Uie T-Birds will have a bye in the first round of Uie CIF AA playoffs on Tuesday night unless ties result in other leagues causing a switch according to the California Interscholastic Federation office. Last season the Broncos whip- Ded the Thunderbirds twice to touncc them out of the CIF play, offs and the Yucaipa cagcrs don't plan to forget that tonight. Opening the evening will be a Chapman Sat. BIG BAT — L. A. Angel second baseman Bill Moran, reporting to spring training at Palm Springs a week before the rest of the infielders, batted a healthy .275 last yaar. You might even say he swings a big bat as this picture taken with the unique perspective of a Pentax Fisheye lens demonstrates. (UPI Telephoto) Denver secures lead by belting Seattle .preliminarv game between tliel ca Lincoln Junior High school j unior vars j (v leams starting at! team here ,n Rcdlands m - „. m . Tne two schools havej „ Uni , ed Pre „ lntcrna{ion3 , Malch - :l)Ccn t0 P " va,s smcc ^ ucama s i Denver kept most of the West- Y swimmers meet team from San Bernardino Redlands YMCA boys swimming team will open its dual meet season tomorrow when they tangle with the San Bernardino Uptown YMCA in the competitors pool at 1 p.m. Redlands team members are to meet at the Redlands Y at noon according to coach Col. Will Brimberry. Members will be swimming in the midget, prep, junior and intermediate divisions. At Empire Bowl: Junior Women's Benefit High Game — Wanda Hoover 236, Series — Judy Pool 575. 200 Club — Wanda Hoover 236. Judy Pool 225, Georgia Milner 201. Standings: Redlands Plumbing 39-21, Levines 36-24. Huiskens. r,5'~-24>,i. Vans Plumbing 35-25. Brooksidc Market 35-25. Skyberg 33V4-26V=, Jacinto and Son 32' j- 27 ] /2, Electronic Wholesale 32-28 53',j, Mcnlone Liquors 41 - 55, Brookside Market 38-58, Sunset TiJe and Roofing 26Vi-69'/i. Thursday Nite Rejects High Game — Jerry Thomas 231, Tern Goddard 219, Series- Dick Mulder 534, Tem Goddard 531. 200 Club — Jerry Thomas 231, Tem Goddard 219, Dick Mulder 207, Georgia Nicholas 222. Standings: Tenax Town 45-21, Cunninghams 41-25, Mulders A Emerich and McDowell 32-2S.I3S-2S. Anodynes 37-29. Jolly Brookside Beauty 29-31. Western'Jug 30'i-35*a. Dukes 30-36, Jim Auto 28-32, Audio Visual 27. 32'/2, Balaban 25-35, Bootery 23'i t 36i~, Advertiser 23-37, Redlands j Camera 22-38, Citrus Liquor ( 22-36. Teachers High Game — John Demmon I 244, Mary Lou Bailey 175, Se- I ries — John Demmon 613, Jan 4 Corwin 478. I 200 Club — John Demmon 244, ( Al Endeman 226. t Standings: 14K Kernals 48-20, Chuckles 40-28, Bridge Tolls 35-33, DilJys 33'^-3-Hi, Crafty Ones 33-35, Bawi Keras 32'i- 35Vi, Onnie Kerns 30-38, El Flickers 30-38, Tailenders 26-41, Presidents 31-37. Even Dozen High Game — Paul Sotelo 243, Series — Ralph Roberts 616. 200 Club — Ralph Roberts 232, Wilbur Drewitz 201. George Andrews 206, Paul Reiss 212, Carl Giese 204, Paul Sotelo 243, Howard-Collins 200, Art Vock 201, Preach Fulfz 201. Bob Davenport 226, Willard Mann 236, Jim Wilson 214, Paul Hill 202. Standings: Calif. Water and Tel Two 57-39, Brookside Dairy 56-40, Inland Septic 55!i - 40».i, Calif. Water and Tel one 5«i- 41'/5, U-Rundle Mek-A-Nix 54-42, Goods Wearing Apparel 53-41, Sanitary Plumbing 52-42, Pure Gold 4S!-j - 47U-, U-Rundlc Hi Fires 47-49. Bills Barber Shop 40!i-49Vs, Bobs Ready Mix 42!s- i menl 11-21. Glaze 30-36. Sims 27!<:-38is. Don Hunts 25'.i-40'.i, Highlanders 25-401J. Junior Major High Game and Series — Don Wheeler 251, 631. 200 Club — Mel Harshman 213, Carson Kilday 221, Jim White 204, Al Otterbeck 200, Paul Reiss 200, Lou Nova 215, Jack Goddard 206, Don Wheeler 222, Herb Buckmaster 218, Clint Burson 234, Sonny Capehart 244, Bob Phelps 226, George Lincoln 201, Harold Steuven 200, Dave Dietzei 203, Arnie Franz 222. Standings: Wayne G o s s c 11 Ford 55-17, Cunningham Pharmacy 43V-J-28 1 -j. Gaugh Plumbing 42-30, Trophy Award 40-32, Sedgwick Arnegard Ins. 36-36. Andersons Union Service 32-40. Ells Heating 31-41, Thelmas Fine 29-43, Plantes Cabinet Shop 27-, 45. TeamTrn 23Vi-48 , 2. Special Points — Cunninghams Phar. 27334, Gaugh Plumbing 947. At Tri City Bowl: Tri City Commercial High Game — H. Atwood 219, i Series — J. Moses 550. 200 Club — J. Moses 208, J. Perry 206, H. Atwood 219. Standings: Blacktoppers 19-13. McKecn Sawmill 17Vi-14Vj, Diamond D Ranch 17-15, Van Dorin Darts 16' b-15'.i:. Wayne Gos- sctt Ford 15-17, Irvine Equip- start in 1955 Other DVL games tonight have Palm Springs at Twentynine Palms and Indio at Coa- chclla. Dennis Hare, Yucaipa's top point produced has the individu al league scoring title sewed up although Mike Wendt of Indio gave the other contenders a jolt Tuesday with a 54-point performance in a 92-54 rout of Twen tynine Palms. Lou Richards of Twentynine Palms and Rich Can- of Banning are the other top scorers in the DVL, Desert Valley League Varsity Basketball W. L. PF PA Yucaipa 9 0 591 420 Banning 7 2 577 483 Palm Springs . ..4 5 459 504 540 29 Palms 2 7 498 593 Coachella 2 7 487 605 Tonight's Schedule Yucaipa at Banning. Palm Springs at 29 Palms. Indio at Coachella. Lakers meet Royals in LA. Saturday LOS ANGELES fUPI) —The Los Angeles Lakers, winners only once in a three • game swing through the East, returned home today to prepare for an onslaught Saturday night by the powerful Cincinnati Royals. The Lakers came up with that lone win Thursday night in handing the Detroit Pistons their 47th defeat of the season 10G-20J. Detroit surpassed its all-time low mark for a season and was mathematically eliminated from the National Basketball Association playoffs for the first time. In snapping a four-game losing streak, the Lakers were in the lead most of the way but had to overcome a Piston surge in the fourth period. Elgin Baylor stole the ball and hit on a layup to put the Lakers ahead for good, 102-101 with five minutes left in the game. Baylor and Dick Barnett had 26 and 25 points respectively while Jerry West contributed 24. WHL standings W L T Pts GF GA Denver 39 18 2 80 234 164 Seattle 25 27 4 54 207 183 PorUand 24 28 5 53 188 199 Los Angeles 24 26 4 52 163 195 San Fran. 25 31 2 52 184 222 Vancouver 23 30 3 49 189 202 Thursday's Results Denver 6 Seattle 3 Friday's Schedule Seattle at Denver Portland at 1 MS Angeles. cm Hockey League Standins- nice and >nug Thursday night by belting second-place Seattle. 6-3. in the only game played. That put Denver within one victory of clinching first place in the regular league standings, but the other five teams are still within five points of each other in their hectic fight for the three available playoff spots. Denver's Lou Jankowski cemented his lead in the goal- scoring department Thursday night with a pair of tallies against Seattle. It was 2-2 after one period, but Denver scored twice in the second period to cinch the Invaders' 39th win of the campaign. They have lost only 18 and tied two in compiling one of the best won-lost records the league has ever seen. The two teams meet in a rematch tonight, while Portland j is at Los Angeles in more action. In a player deal, the San Francisco Seals acquired goalie Carl Wetzel from the Detroit Red Wings to act as a stand-by for the rest of the year. Wetzel, currently with the Army at Fort Ord, has gained permission to join the Seals for all their remaining home games and possibly the road games, too. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Feb. 21, 1964 - 7 Racquet club BulldGgS tO tourney Sunday ' on UR courts entertain The Redlands Racquet club will hold play-offs of its round robin draw tennis tournament! Sunday at 1 p.m. on the University of Redlands courts. j Universitv of Redlands Bull- In the first flight David Ciano| dot cagers wilh a tie for t h e and Sonoko Ellis will play Ted| SCIAC til]e already tucked awav Thee and Mallie Kim. and in the iunder fak and key m coach second George Alexandris and' ;L ee Fulmcr's desk take time Jan Haase will meet Ken Mc- 0 ({ from conference plav tomor- Kenzie and Jan Hawes. There row night when they "host al- will also be tennis for members wavs tough Chapman College in at the UR courts. I Currier gym at 8:30 p.m. 1 The Bulldog basketballefs (coast a perfect 8-0 record going {into their 1st two SCIAC congests while second place Occidental is now 6-2. Redlands will imeet Claremont-Mudd Tuesday j night and Whittier Feb. 29 both I away to close out the regular jseason. | Tonight Whittier invades Occi- Play for the President's Cupjdcntal in a conference game and gets underway this weekend at'a win by the Poets would hand the Redlands Country Club. jthe title outright to the Bulldogs. The first round matches arc slated to be completed by March President's cup play under way this weekend 7th. Pairings for the first round matches as determined by blind draw are as follows: Crear vs. Acheson. Randy vs. Gerrard. Patterson vs. Rees, Reid vs.) Martin. Thornquist vs. Fair-j banks. K. Sherman vs. Barnard: I Hudlow vs. Luke. Anderson vs.! Turner. Honus vs. Dornfield.j Knappenberger vs. G. Larscn. | L. Heim vs. Hart: | B. Weaver vs. W. Howard. Oliver vs. Marcum, R. Heim vs. Winchcr. Preston vs. E. Smith. J. Lauer vs. Tendall, Baker vs. Boogher: Bourret vs. Kirschke, Diilag- gio vs. Cowan, Roberts vs. McGaffigan. Lee vs. Klausner, W. Smith vs. Campbell, Murphy vs. D. Smith: Jamison vs. Griswold, Patterson vs. Dunbar, McCluskey vs. R. Wilson, Welch vs. Haycock, Wilbourne vs. Reynolds: Paine vs. Pierce. Hillsen vs. SCIAC Varsity Basketball W. L. PF P.A Rcdlands 8 0 527 438 Occidental 6 2 644 559 Whittier 4 4 570 557 Clarcmont-Mudd . 4 4 553 555 Pomona 3 5 596 579 Cal Tech 0 10 586 790 Tonight's Schedule Whittier at Occidental. Pomona at Claremont-Mudd. *UC Riverside at Cal Tech. Tomorrow Night's Schedule "Chapman at Redlands. "Occidental at La Verne. •Pasadena at Whittier. (*Non-conference games.l UCLA dominates statistics SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — UCLA's domination of the Big Six basketball race is reflected AtnanT Blkkeiw vs.*ltockton>,. ,atest cage sta- W. Lauer vs. Babcock. i Us ii cs '„ • . - , , , The Bruins are tops in total offense (84 points per game), field goal shooting (.442). and rebounding (55 per cent). The statistics cover the 10 conference games. Other leaders include California in defense (59 points per game), and Stanford in free throws (.721). I UCLA's backcourt stars. Gail SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) —|Goodrich and Walt Hazzard, Juan Marichal. 25-game winncr|i ca d the league in scoring with for the San Francisco Giants!averages of 21.7 and 18.5 points last year, probably will be the' prr gamP . Stanford's Tom Dose Marichal may miss spring start Cassius apparently not hot-shot gate attraction By JACK CUDDY land Dundee were originally UPI Sports Writer j positive they would have a sell- MIAMI BEACH (UPI)-Chal-!° u t. with the highest priced lenger Cassius Clay, concluding his sparring preparations today for Tuesday's big fight with Sonny Liston, made the unpleasant discovery that he is not the hot-shot gate attraction he arrogantly claimed to be. Unless the ticket sale for the live" fight at the Miami up, the co-promoters. William B. MacDonald and Chris Dundee, will suffer a loss. MacDonald of Miami Beach, a retired millionaire auto trailer manufacturer, "bought" the fight for S625.000; and Dundee. Miami Beach sports promoter, provided the license and the savvy for the enterprise. MacDonald announced Thurs day night that the advance tick et sale was about $300,000—"including cash and dependable orders." Unless his gate for the 16,448 seats totals more than $800,000, he said, the promotion will lose money — because of the combined $625,000 purchase and the all-round promoting expenses. The original live-gate target target was $1,100,000. Nathan L. Halpern. president of Theatre Network Television, Inc. (TNT), was slated to ar- jrivc in Miami Beach today and By United Press International j report to the press on the sta-, tus of sales at the 265 closed tickets in history for any non charity boxing show. Those tickets scale down from $250 to $20. Moreover, the beach is having a most prosperous season despite a few ultra-cool spells. What may have hurt the fight attendance, in Miami Beach at least, was the widely published Beach Convention Center picks'| re P° rt that challenger Cassius was a member of the Black Muslims. Lakers knock Pistons out of NBA playoffs The Detroit Pistons were the first team to be eliminated from the NBA playoffs this season. Thursday night's 106-101 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers marked the first time in the team's history that they have failed to make the Western Division playoffs. The defeat lowered the Pis- circuit television locations in the United States and Canada. Last vcek Halpern told of an excellent early sale. He said his hopes of the first million closed-circuit attendance for any event apparently would be realized. A sellout would top $5 million, he said. Rumors from the North indi- tons' record to 16-47, thereby| C ate Halpern may have been setting a new team mark forjoverly optimistic, losses in one season. I For the Miami Beach live The win was only the Lakers ;t a t Ci promoters MacDonald third in their last 16 games. Elgin Baylor had 26. Dick Barnett 25 and Jerry West 24 for the victors. Only 100 adult tickets for CIF opener Redlands high Athletic Director Charles Ronin announced today that there will be less than 100 adult tickets for sale for Terriers first round CIF basketball game in the Orange high gym, Tuesday night. The small number is due to the limited seating capacity of the gym. A total of 500 student tickets will go on sale when the ducats arrive at Redlands high. None of the adult tickets will be reserved. They will be sold on a first come, first served basis, Ronin said. Game time is 8 p.m. in the Orange gym. Redlands meets! Fontana in the Steelers gym to-! night at 8 p.m. in the Citrus! Belt league finale. jonly member of the team who won't be in Casa Grande. Ariz.. Monday when the teams officially launches spring training. At Candlestick Park Thursday, Giant vice president Chub Feency said he expected to find shortstop Jose Pagan and outfielder Arlo Engel in camp. These two players and Marichal are the only unsigned Giants at the moment. Feeney said Marichal was visiting his mother in the Dominican Republic and Feeney has not been able to contact him lately. Asked if he and Marichal were far apart, Feeney said, "Nope. We offered him a substantial raise; he wants more, and here we are again." Marichal was the last Giant to surrender last year too. He won 18 games in 1962 and pitched well in the World Scries until suffering a split finger. It (17.4). USC's Al Young (16 .0) and UCLA's Jack Hirsch (14.7) follow. Dose is the top free throw shooter at 84 per cent and Hirsch is the best field goal shooter at .548. Ted Warner of Washington State is ahead of USC's Young and Clayton Raaka and Dose of Stanford in rebounds. NBA Standings Eastern Division W. L. Pet Boston 47 16 .746 Cincinnati 45 20 .692 Philadelphia 27 35 .435 New York 19 48 .28-1 Western Division W. L 38 26 36 28 34 32 27 37 San Francisco St. Louis Los Angeles Baltimore was not until the club had been I Detroit in spring training 22 days that j Thursday's Results Marichal signed his 1962 con-; Boston m Baltimore 113 Los Angeles 106 Detroit 101 Pet .594 .563 .515 .422 16 47 .254 tract. Marichal was believed to have made $25,000 last year and is reportedly asking for $45,000 this time around. The Giants might be willing to split the ; difference. ( Friday's Games Boston at Philadelphia St. Louis at Baltimore Cincinnati at San Francisco ENTER RACE { TORONTO (UPI) — Canada's ENGLAND IN FINALS j go l d meda i winning bobsled ROTHERHAM, Eng. (UPD-jteam has entered the North England has moved into the fi-j American championships Satur- nals of the Thomas Cup bad-jday at Lake Placid, N.Y. minton tournament England entered the finals by- disposing of Sweden, 5-4. on the second day of their two-day match. Gordon Currie will replace Peter Kirby in the four-man squad, which includes Vic Emery, Doug Anikin and Dr. John Emery. HALAS GETS AWARD GREEN BAY, Wis. (UPI)— Bailey Howell was high forlp"^. Hala ^ °*™r<o «h of 3 'the Chicago Bears, will be honored by the Green Bay Elks Club, April 13, for contributions to professional football. Halas is the first recipient of Uie award not associated with Green Bay. Detroit with 24 points. The Boston Celtics picked up a half game on the idle Cincinnati Royals with a 129-113 mauling of Baltimore. Boston now holds a three-game lead in the Eastern Division. Boston built up a 67-55 halftime lead in the game played TENNIS ON TV at Providence, and coasted SALISBURY, Md. (UPI)—For through the second half. the first time in history, the fi Sam Jones and Tom Sanders nals of the men's singles in the led the scoring for Boston, with National Indoor Tennis champi- 25 and 24 points respectively, onships will be televised nation- Walt Bellamy had 29 poin!s|alIy Sunday by Sports Network, for Baltimore and Gus Johnson Inc.. to 115 stations air time is contributed 23. 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., EST. LUBE ROOM topics By DICK ANDERSON Always working at safety, Michigan and seven ether states have adopted reflective license plates which glow at night. Traffic experts say rear-end collisions have been reduced. DICK ANDERSON'S ° MOBIL SERVICE EXPERT LUBRICATION ft BRAKE SERVICE 8 W R.dlandi Bl.d T«l. 793-320? SiPlANDS You've heard about it! Schick Stainless Steel Double Edge Blades fiisaU double edge razors perfectly! for...l0...15, even more shaves per blade WINN'S Daily 8 • 9 DRUG STORE Corner Colton and Orange Sunday 9 - 5 PY 3-2304 FREE Parking S. & H. 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