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Terrier basketball team opens CIF against Orange High timbers. j League scoring title with a 24.8 An allotment of 500 tickets for!average by hitting 25 againstj the CIF battle went on sale to-iRamona last Friday. i day at Redlands High. The Or -J Redlands stars Tom McCut-! Rcdlands High basketballers step out of the CBL and into the CIF tomorrow night for a first-round skirmish in the California lnterscholaslic Federation ange gym seats 1.200 fans, jcheon and Jim Gardner aver- Class AAA playoffs. San Bernardino High. CBL co-:aged 16.6 and 16.4 respectively The Terriers, tutored by Coach!champs, will take on El Monte, for third and fourth place in Al Endeman, are matched withjrunnerup in the Pacific League,;league scoring. John Lundouist Orange High School, championjat the SBHS gym. Ernie Pow-of Chaffcy and Eddie Folmar of the Freeway League. Gam e.ell, the 64 Cardinal sensation.'of Riverside wounc up in a tire time is 8 p.m. on the Orange j wrapped up the Citrus B c 1 t;for second at 17.1. Liston predicts he'll kayo Cassius in 3rd Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Feb. 24,1964 -11 Bulldog five defeats Chapman 66 - 62 Three Terrier wrestlers in CIF Three Terriers wrestlers quali fied for the CIF finals in the semis this past Saturday and will wrestle next Saturday in the season finale. The finals will be held at Mira Costa high school in Manhattan Beach from 1 to 7 p.m.. according to Terrier coach Bob Chambers. There will be four RCC wins in strong winds at Corona Strong winds annoyed but failed to hurt Redlands Country Club golfers who outplayed a Green River team 31-17 yesterday at the Green River course near Corona. Redlands Country Club t w o- somes scored as follows: V. Crcer and John Peterson (2), R. Paine and R. Marsh (4), L. Heim and H. Sicver (6), A. Welch and E. Bandy (4). W Preston and J. Blakcly (4), R Bourrct and E. Barnclt (4), R places in each weight class, j = — —— ^jplaycd by the girls and ,9 sin , In the semis held Saturday at t T T , micn „ „„,, w v ,„ lcnor IR , [files and nine doubles by the ; f r0 m By JACK CUDDY ; UPI Sports Writer ! MIAMI BEACH (UPI) — tainly do not share Clay's con I Heavyweight champion Sonny fidencc. They are avoiding the | Liston had so little regard for box-ofiico windows in regi- ; challenger Cassius Clay today 'menis. And millionaire Bill Mc- jas they rested for Tuesday!Donald, backer of the "live" | night's title fight that he not i fight at the Miami Beach Con- jonly predicted a three-round jvention Hall, admits he'll prob- jkayo over Cassius but added: jably take a financial bath to I •"There is no possibility of mv the tune of about $300,000. The Redlands Optimist Clubjlosing." I MacDonald. a retired auto -i ! That's a rare statement, in-itrailer manufacturer, paid] deed, for any fighter to make— j 5625,000 to Intercontinental Pro- perhaps an unprecedented one motions, Inc., for the live show, —before an encounter in which 1 He must draw about $850,000 to a head-butt, an elbow slash, oricover the purchase price and an ankle turn might cause a i his expenses, technical knockout defeat. j However. Nathan L. Hclpern Liston, 30, apparently has!reported today that the "mo- less respect for unbeaten Clay.!mentum is picking up" at the [22, than even the sports writers 271 locations for closed-circuit A total of 36 singles matchesjhaie for gaseous Cassius.!television in the United States Three writers picked the "Lou- j and Canada and there still is isvillc Lip" to wrest the crown;a chance that nearly all of the Optimist team wins 44-8 over Palm Springs Junior Tennis team won a deci sive 44 to 8 victory over t h e Palm Springs Juniors Saturday on the Redlands courts. This win was unusual in that the two teams had played in the Desert community in December with Redlands emerging the winner by a very narrow 22 to 21 margin and eight doubles matches were The University of Redlandsjf Bulldogs squeaked past Chap-!* man college by a bare four points 66-62, in a non-conference game Saturday night in Currier gymnasium. out Liston in the eighth round.! Although the Bulldogs led Fans of the Miami area cer -i throughout the game, it took! some clutch shots at the free in niti suiiua uciu oaiuiunj «ij Jamison and W Klausner (6> i"'" °" u " ull "' ra u - v ""-'jtrom Liston—among 45 polled. 1.103.451 seats in those loca- Westminster high school Ruben j ' ' -j boys. And onp of the „ lrec forecast I tions will be sold - a long Ruiz, Augie Medina and D a 1 e J* u " P " cc and Ed Hales| Rcsu]ts ln sirls . sins , cs . Kathy, clay 's 20th straight professional!chance. Cranford won the right to com-!™" "est ball »ith a low of 64.| Goarhart lost , 0 B j Graves [victorv on a knockout within 13* A sellout would provide pete in the finals. I The Rcdlands team, which 1 6-4; Debbie Van lost to Shelley rounds. j closed-circuit receipts of about '-j Although Clay is doing only!$5.100,000, Halpern said. Hel- |cia Howeth 6-3; Claire Curranjroadwork in the mornings andlpern is president of Theatre The Rcdlands team. Ruiz, 98-pound class, qualified, ,eads Group 9 play by 10 points.;Coffey 6-4: Lori Kecfe def. Mar-, first, winning all three of hisi wiH mect Green RivPr on Sun matches. Coach Chambers noted that Ruiz has had a 21-0 record in competition this year. Medina, in the 168-pound class qualified third. He won three matches and lost but one to go into the consolation bracket. Cranford, who wrestles in the 194 pound class, also qualified first. He won all three of his matches. Art Navarro, 106-pound class, won his first match but lost his second and failed to reach the finals. Coach Chambers not-; cd this category was one of the roughest. day in a return match at the lo cal course. Starting time is 10:30 a.m. Lakers lose another by one point making no public appearancesiNetwork now, he still says he'll knockj(TNT). — The LOS ANGELES (UPI) statistics finally caught up with the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers, now in third „, ... place in the Western Division of, There were approximately o5, the National Basketball Asso-j def. Barbara Hass 6-3: Peggy Schoen def. Janice Horton 6-0. Jill Hawes def. Debbie Gustafson 6-2; Donna Gibson def. Kathy Clark 6-0: Sandra Pratt def. Becky Smith 6-0; Betsy Cook def. Gloria Castle 6-0; Tina Barnclt def. Carol Polick 60: Betty Hinklc def. Mandy Valeuri LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The 6-0. | Los Angeles Blades are taking Diane Griffitts def. Eloisc'a two-day rest before moving Television, Inc. Blades take two-day rest Martin 6-0; Debbie Verdieck def. Susan Martin 6-0; Diane Gibson def. Kandy Allen 6-0; Vicki Bruckart def. Susan McCarthy 6-1; Susie Fallows def. Cathv Ryland 6-0. In girls doubles. K. Gearhart- D. Van lost to Graves-Coffey 6- into Portland to take on the Buckaroos. The Blades, now in fourth place in the Western Hockey League, fell to the Seattle Totems Sunday night 9-4. The Totems moved ahead 4-0 before Norm Johnson, assisted Southern California schools rep- ciation, lost to the San Francis-! 1 *' L - Kecfe-C. Curran def. How- by Leo Labine and captain Bob resented in Saturday's semi-fi-, co Warriors 109-108 in the finaljcth-Hass 6-3; P. Schoen - jjsolinger, managed to score for nals. Pacific high, co-champs of j eight seconds Sunday night. |Hawcs def. Horton-Gustasoon 6-Uhe Blades. the CBL with Redlands, went into the semis with eight qualifiers and came out with seven going into the finals. Billie Jean Moffitt takes title TUCSON, Ariz. (UPI) — Billie Jean Moffitt, second ranked woman player in the nation, beat Vicki Palmer of Phoenix, Ariz., 2-6, 6-1, 6-0 Sunday to capture the Women's title in the University of Arizona Invitational Tennis Tournament. Miss Moffitt teamed with fellow Los Angeles State College student Sue Dehlmar to defeat Miss Palmer and Laurie Callaway of Phoenix 11-9, 6-3 for the doubles title. It was their 34th loss of the ° : ° hG ' b , sonnS ' £ ra 4 ^V^* season and put them below the if""! 6 * * Cook-T. Barnett .500 mark for the first time dc £ S 5 "*™ 1 * since the second game of the B -,J ta * ,e -?: Gr ' ffl I s ?£\ season. They have won 33!^MF" Mar ' ,nr 6 ' 0 = ?• Vcrdiccfc-p , „ ames ;Gibson def. Marlm-AUcn 6-0: V .I ° T '. . ... „ .. i Bruckart-S. Fallows def. McCar- 1 In Sunday night s game the thy . Rvland ^ j Lakers led at the end of every * ... I quarter except the last one. The ln bo - vs sln S Ie: Dlc * Bo, ' rn '| winning bucket came when Wilt sicdt dof - Dale Irr ' tz 61 : Randy Chamberlain, who scored 37! Vcr(Ii «* ricf - Tcrr - V Nllnan 62: points all together, hit a shortens Hill def. Dick Lake 7-5: shot from in front of the basket. ! J °hn Jimenez lost to Conference reveals statistics throw line to hold onto the game; as the Chapman team narrowedj the gap in the final minutes. Actually, the Bulldogs missed 16 free throws during the course of the game but in the final moments they hit 8 of 9 to hold onto the slim lead. The Bulldogs had held at 36- halftimc lead and were ahead by 10 points as the game surged into the final 91: minutes. Guard Dave Mohs was high point man for the Bulldogs with 16 while guard Gary Smith was right with him with 15 points. Forward Bob Engbcrg picked up 11 and George Newmycr led the team in rebounds (11) while sinking 9 points. The UR frosh made it a clean sweep by taking the preliminary game by 16 points for an 82 66 win. Chapman G. F. Einstein 5 1 Mitcheltree 7 5 Cotwright 4 3 Deitch 1 2 De La Porte 2 0 Miller 1 2 Sweeney 3 2 Simmons ... 0 2 Individual and player statistics for the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference basketball season have been announced as follows: Leading Scorers — Conference ; Player School Colin, CUM .... Totals 23 16 Redlands G. F. Engberg 2 7 Newmyer 2 5 Fisher 1 1 Mohs 4 8 Smith 6 3 Friedlander 0 2 2 Lopcr 2 2 6 Dickey 2 0 4 Totals 19 2S 66 HOOK SHOT - Dick Fisher (41), University of Redlands hoopsfer, gets his shot away despite the close guarding of two Chapman College defenders during Saturday's fracas at the UR gym. Bulldogs posted a close 66-62 win. (Photo by Rick Wiedman) Billy Collins may be headed for NHL Trojans meet Indians tonight PALO ALTO (UPI) - The University of Southern California Trojans take on the Stanford Indians tonight for the final game of a three-game series. The Trojans knocked off By United Press International Denver's Billy Collins may be Steve headed for the National Hockey Captain Elgin Baylor led thc, Sa " c G2 - i ^S™ and the rost of the Los Angeles scoring with 29 1 Tom Fallows lost to Bill Stein-i Western HocKey League hopes points, followed by Jim Kreb's; burg 6-4: Jim Brown lost to Car-! hc Soes there in a hurry. 24. Jerry West scored only 23isten Fosfit 6-2; Steve Johnson! Collins was traded to the New points. |def. Michael Raphael 6-4: Jim-i York Rangers Saturday by To- The Lakers arc idle until' my Brown def. sid Crossley 6-3; ronto in a seven-player deal. Wednesday when they take on!Billy Berg def. Joe Horton 6-0: He could be in tho National the Cincinnati Royals in the! David Bohrnstedt def. Drake! Hockey League any day now. or Larson 6-0; Ricky Gearhart def.| ,ie could even wind up playing Danny Echstrom 6-2. : for Vancouver, which is a Scott Ghormlevdef. Brad Mc-| Ranscr farm club ' Bride 6-4; Tom Walter def. Mike But the fIcct rookic ,s stl " Crossle 6-1: Paul Lieberman def.! wlth Dcnver at the moment and Steve Wade 6-0; Gib Brown def. 1 Sunda - V nlght he , hclpcd . ^ Randv Hollister 6-0: Ian Davis Invadcrs clnch at lca ? t a tie for def. John Limick 6-1; G a r v jthe Governor's Cup by scoring. Palmer def. Rustv Brown 6-0:! goaIs , in , ! ,e , f J" t and se ™ nd j John Buffington def. Steve 01i-! pcn ° d »8amst Vancouver. Den Phant 6-0: Kerry Dunn def.j vcr look a 42 dcclS,0n ' Rom Bebiger 60. I In the night's only other ac- Redlands won Sanderson, P . Hunter, Oxy .. Mullin, CUM . Jarvella. W Smith, R .. Wcister, W Tarlow, P G. TP Avg. 7 152 21.7 7 135 19.0 7 120 17.2 7 121 17.0 7 118 16.9 7 108 15.4 9 133 15.0 7 98 14.0 7 97 13.8 7 93 13.3 6 79 13.1 7 85 12.3 Angels work PALM SPRINGS (UPI)—The Los Angeles Angel pitchers andjp enver Seattle WHL standings UCSB wins SANTA EARBARA (UPI) Sports Arena. Ram contract up for vote LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Coliseum Commission was to vote today on a contract which would commit the Los Angeles Rains to the Coliseum for the next 10 years. Daniel F. Reeves, owner of the National Football League team, proposed the new contract at the Commission's Feb. Leading Scorers — Overall Colin, CHM 20 417 20.9 Sell. Oxy 18 322 18.0 Burgess, CT 18 296 16.0 Hunter, Oxy 18 266 15.0 Smith. R 22 309 14.0 Weis, CT 19 259 14.0 Engberg. R 20 279 13.9 Mullin, CHM 20 266 13.3 Jarvela, W 22 290 13.2 Sanderson. P 19 248 13.0 Barnes, W 22 285 12.9 Dahlman, CT 20 230 12.0 Leading Rebounders — Conference catcher worked out by them-|Seattle 27 27 4 selves for the last time Sunday, i Portland 25 28 5 The entire team reports to Los Angeles 25 28 4 spring training Tuesday. >San Fran. 25 31 2 (Vancouver 23 32 3 Sunday's Results Denver 4 Vancouver 2 LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Mike j Scat tie 9 Los Angeles 4 Johnson pole vaulted 15 feet 7Vi I Saturday's Results inches Saturday to highlight the, Los Angeles 3 Vancouver Occidental Relays involving Cal-i Monday's Schedule ifornia State College and Pasa-; N '° games scheduled, dena Athletic Association. Johnson over W LT PfsGF GA „. ... ., . „ ,., 40 19 2 8' '40 170 nc t jnlvers 'ty of California at 58 220 1S9 i Santa Barbara scored 84 points 55 192 202? Saturday to beat Pepperdine 54 173 210 1 and San Fernando Valley State 52 184 222, in a triangular track meet. Pcp- 49 193 209;perdine was second with 71Vi points. San Fernando had 24. Rogers team wins PALM DESERT (UPI) — The Will Rogers Memorial Polo |SET LOCAL RECORD BERLIN (UPI) Janice i:. ' Santa Monica wins i SANTA MONICA (UPI)—San|ta .Monica City College won the i Southern California Intercolleg- jiate Volley Ball Association tournament Saturday by defeat- Smith of Rochester, N.Y., set a local stadium record of 1.000- meters Sunday when she won ing University of California at jLos Angeles. Team from Pacific Palisades;an invitational women's speed! beat the Tucson, Ariz., team 7-6 j skating meet in 1:37.3. Jeanj in overtime to win the W. G.lAshworth of Lake Placid, N.Y.,! Gilmore Memorial Polo match-jshared second place with Eastj es Sunday. Germany's Helga Haase. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 Washington Stale 81-77 SaturdayiS meeting, but action was de- night after overcoming a 10-|ferred until today so that fur- point deficit and forcing the) ther study of the proposal could game into overtime. (be made. Hayes gets new double billing as fastest human By GARY KALE UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI) - Bullet Bob Hayes can receive double billing as the world's "fastest human" on any track show these days. Hayes, a barrel-chested speed demon who last year set a world record of 9.1 seconds for the 100-yard dash, became the first man to crack the six-second barrier in the 60-yard distance Saturday when he was clocked in 5.9 seconds at the National AAU track and field games at Madison Square Garden. The fleet-footed Florida A&M star knew hc had it made from the start and he achieved the milestone to record the first of two world shattering individual marks in the AAU meet. Ron Clarke, a suntanned Aus tralian, bettered the three-mile standard in 13 minutes, 18.4 seconds. Both complimented the opposition on pushing them to his tory-making performances. North Carolina College recorded the third world record of the night by winning the sprint medley in 1:51.3. The old mark of 1:52 was set in 1953 by a New York Grand Street boys quartet that included Olympic champions Mai Whitfield, Andy Stanfield, Herb McKenley and George Rhoden. Two other meet records were set and another tied. Gary Gubner, the New York University strong man, eclipsed phant-Bebiger 6-0. Regularly scheduled pracWce will be conducted next Saturday in preparation for the return San Bernardino match on t h e Redlands courts on March 7th. USC captures 10 of 13 events LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The University of Southern California captured 10 of 13 events Saturday to outscore University of California at Los Angeles in the annual season opening relay carinival. Don Castle, former National his AAU indoor record in the; G . Palmer-J. Buffington def. Oli- shot put on his final toss by heaving the weight 63 feet, 2Vi inches. He holds the world in door mark of 64-lHi. Maryland State established a new mile relay mark of 3:16.2 to better the old standard of 3:16.3 held by Morgan State. Hayes Jones of Detroit won his 53rd consecutive indoor victory and tied his own meet record of 7.0 seconds in the 60-yard high hurdles. Win Specialties A pair of servicemen won their specialties, Lt. Charles Buchta of the Qupnlico Marines taking the 600-yard run in 1:21.1 and Lt. Ernie Cunliffe of the U.S. Air Force finishing first in the 1,000-yard run with a time of 2:14.8. Ergas Leps of the Toronto Track Club wasi clocked in a slow 4:09.6 as he| won the mile run. In field events, John Thomas of the Boston Athletic Club won the high jump with a leap of seven feet, one inch; Charlie Mays of the Grand Street Boys broad-jumped 26 feet, l!<s inch es to defeat Ralph Boston; John Uelses of LaSalle won the pole vault on fewer misses as he tied the meet record of 15 feet, 6 inches, and Al Hall of the New York Athletic Club tossed the 35-pound weight in the hammer throw 65 feet, 8 inches. The New York Athoetic Club won the team title with 18 points. Villanova finished second with 11. . .. ition, Seattle put on one of their „•„„ A~ M„ ~ . i. i j r, e ioatented scoring binges in a 9-4 mne doubles matches played. D - Los Angeles. Seattle Bohrnstcdt-R \ erd.cck d e f. jhad * 4 .„ , cad before ^ Fntz-Nunan 6-3; T. H,l!-J. , ps bIinked t(]C rcd liM in , hc nez lost to Lake-Sage 6-3. | 3econd stanza T. Fallows-.! Brown lost to! Jcan Marie C ossette had two Steinburg-Fosfit 6-3; S. Johnson-! „ oals and two assists and Don F. Brown def. Raphaet-Crosslcy, Ward two gQaIs and one assis( 6-3; B. Berg-D. Bohrnstedt def.:, 0 , ead , he w jnners. Scoring Horton-Larson 6-3; R. Gearhart! King Guylc F i e ider chipped in S. Ghormley def. Echstron-Mc-j wi th a pair of assists. Bnde 6-1 - Los Angeles defeated Vancou- T. Walter-P. Lieberman def.\er 3-2 in Saturday's only action Crossley-Wade 6-1; B. Brown-I.j ant ) San Francisco and Vancou- Davis def. Hollister-Limick 6-0;| Ve r are beginning to fade in the Re­ Player School G. bounds Av. Barnes. \V 7 90 12.9 Sell, Oxy 7 86 12.3 Iverson. CHM . . 7 68 9.7 Colin, CHM 7 65 9.3 Fisher, R . 7 65 9.3 Hunter, Oxv ... . 7 65 9.3 Mullin, CHM .. 7 63 9.0 Burgess, CT ... 9 79 9.0 Leading Rebounders — Overall Irvine. P 10 122 12.2 Burgess, CT .. . 19 237 12.0 Barnes, W 22 225 10.2 Mullin, CHM . . 20 200 10.0 Hunter, Oxy .. . 18 179 10.0 Colin, CHM 20 195 9.8 Iverson, CHM . 20 176 8.8 Sell, Oxy . 18 142 8.8 Fisher, R . . 20 166 7.3 Irvine, P 19 138 7.3 OOPS drive for the playoffs Fourth place Los Angeles has 54 points after 57 games. San Francisco has 52 after 58 games and Vancouver remains stuck at 49. Sam Snead eyes world title after Florida win PALM BEACH GARDENS. Fla. (UPI) — Sam Snead had his eyes on the world title today after winning the PGA Sen. . „ „ _, . ,iiors championship with a nine Junior College Champion tossed; undcr par (otaI of ,79. tllf* shnt nut 5fi font R^i inr»hne t r The 51-year-old Snead will go to Gleneagles in Scotland on Free Throw Leaders — Conference Player School FTA FTM Pet. Smith, R 35 31 88.6 Sanderson, P .. 30 26 87.0 Irvine, P 37 30 81.0 Engberg, R .... 29 23 79.3 Jarvella, W ... 38 30 79.0 Tarlow, P 31 24 77.0 Sell, Oxy 55 41 74.0 Iverson, CHM.. 26 19 73.1 Burgess, CT ... 40 29 73.0 Colin, CHM .... 67 46 69.0 NBA Standings the shot put 56 feet, 8-1i inches UCLA won three events in eluding the distance medley relay in 10:08. Giants open CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (UPI) — The San Francisco Giants opened spring training here day. Manager Alvin Dark's crew will train here for 10 days before moving to Phoenix, Ariz. Phillies explode LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Philadelphia Phillies rookie team exploded for six runs in the last inning Saturday to beat the University of Southern California Trojans 10-7 in an exhibition baseball game. July 5 to play the British Senior champion for the "world championship. After that he will play in the British Open at St. Andrews, July 8-10. Snead led from wire to wire in winning the Seniors at the PGA National Golf Course on his first attempt. He finished three shots ahead of big John Barnum of Grand Rapids, Mich., six ahead of E.J. (Dutch) Harrison of SL Louis, and eight ahead of Leland (Duke) Gibson of Kansas City, the only other parbuster in what originally was a 407 man field. Snead carded a final round one under par 71 for 279; Barnum a 69 for 282; Harrison a Eastern Division W L Boston 47 18 Cincinnati 47 20 Philadelphia 29 35 New York 20 49 Western Division W L San Francisco St. Louis Los Angeles Baltimore Detroit 29 27 37 29 34 34 29 37 16 49 Pet. .723 .701 .453 .290 Pet. .591 .561 .500 .439 .246 Sunday's Results Philadelphia 114 New York 105 Baltimore 129 Detroit 104 San Fran. 109 Los Angeles 108 Saturday's Results Cincinnati 107 L. Angeles 105 St. Louis 95 Boston 88 New York 125 Detroit 119 Monday's Games Boston at Detroit 74 for 285 and Gibson a 77 for 287 at even par 288 came Jim Turnesa of Elmsford, N.Y., with a closing 73. did it a c a a g 0 a. ^ a o £• _ — -- i. 2. •< • c o w S Q. 3 O 3. O <9 < C ; 2 O O 0 Q 2 a <» 03 o O wo : "O. 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