Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 25, 1964 · Page 11
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Tuesday, February 25, 1964
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Co-Champ Terriers open CIF playoffs Redlands High Citrus Belt League co-champion Terriers march into the California Inter- scbolastic Federation playoffs tonight when they travel to meet Orange high of the freeway league at 8 p.m. Coach AI Endeman's Terriers will take a 21-5 season and a 13-1 league record into the playoffs. Rcdlands tied with San Bernardino for the CBL crown and was placed in the lower half of the CIF AAA draw. Also in the lower bracket are such teams as, Compton, the 1963 runnerup, Pius X, Glendale. Oxnard and Mark Keppcl of Alhambra all rated in the top ten of the CIF. A Redlands win will send the Terriers against the Anaheim vs. Norwalk winner on Friday night. | The Tall Terriers will have Tom McCutcheon and Jim! Gardner up front along with hard working Bob Molenkamp. McCutcheon will hold down the center post while Gardner and Molenkamp take charge of the forwards. Hank Mercado and either Ray Hurt or Gary Crowther will handle the guard posts against the fast breaking Orange five. McCutcheon and Gardner were fourth and fifth in the final CBL scoring race averaging] 16.6 and 16.4 points. While Redlands travels tlie i San Bernardino Cardinals stay at borne to face El Monte of the Pacific league at 8 p.m. in the 2,200 seat Cardinal gym. El ! Monte is a 10 point underdog to the Cardinals. 1962 winner favorite ARCADIA (UPD-Howard B. Keek's Pirate Cove, a stakes winner in 1962, was the probable favorite today in the featured $10,000 Redondo Beach Purse at Santa Anita Race Track. Ridden by Manuel Ycaza, Pi-] rate Cove faced such rivals as! Dr. Kacy, Turf Charger, Switch- 1 back. Top Performance, On My I Honor, Flutterby and Oppo. j In Monday's featured §24.650. Santa Monica Handicap, Chop. House closed on the outside in the final strides to w in by a: head over Sunday Doll. The winner raced the seven! furlongs in 1:22 4-5 and paid S17.40 to win. Jazz Queen was third. hopes to wrap up conference crown Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1964 -71 Terrier swim team wins season opener By JOHN W. LENKER ftion to swimming on the ww-j Results: Swimming in their first meet;ning medley relay. Also with! Class "A" of the young season, the Red-;victories in the varsity division! 200 yd. medley relay: Redlands Terrier tanksters splashed j were Dean Kackley, 50 yard! lands Patella, DeSalvo. Brand- to a 60-26 victory in the varsity]freestyle and Garth Huffaker ienberger, Battersby 1:51.2; 200 division over Covina Highiin the 100 yard backstroke. yd. free: Stearns (C) 2:05.1, School yesterday in the loser's' Dave Scott. Don Battersby..'2nd Scott (R), 3rd Gile (C): pool. Covina won both the "B"!and John Lcnker each nabbedj 50 yd. free: Kackley (R> and "C" divisions by scores ofjtwo second places and swamj24.4, 2nd Battersby (R), 3rd 1 48-28 and 60-16 respectively. on a winning relay team for'lluth (C). ' Bill Brandenberger turned in strong showings. In the "B" di-: 200 yd. ind. med.: Brandcn- Universitv of Redlands title. It will be the final home con- a . fine performance in the var-jvision. Steve Melchcr swam berger <R> 2:19.3. 2nd Huffaker i. ui< LI s». ui JILII o sUj . ,j lvls . on for tJ]e Terriers I well as he won the 100 yard ;R>. 3Td Dnno (C). by winning both the butterfly • individual medley and the 100 100 yd. butterfly: Branden- bound Bulldogs plan to wrap test for five seniors on the UR up the Southern California In- team. Starting tonight will be tercollegiatc Athletic Confer-Bob Engberg and George New- ence crown tonight when the myer at the forwards, Dick host Clarcmont-Mudds invading Fisher at center and Dave Stags. Mohs and Gary Smith at the Coach Lee Fulmcr's Bulldogs, guards, already with a tie assured, take If Mohs turns in another top to the court at S:30 p.m. fol- performance such as he did lowing the freshman prelimin- Saturday night against Chap- ary game at 6:30 p.m. man the Bulldogs will be tough and individual medley in addi- yard backstroke. UCLA has third title, No. 1 spot, and 23-0 By United Press International [fourth place with a 4-8 mark. UCLA today had its third con-: Elsewhere Monday night, a berger (R) 1.00.3. 2nd Lcnke: :(Ri, 3rd Nawa (C). j 100 yd. free: Huth (C) 54.S, |2nd Battersby (R). 3rd kackley !<R). | 100 yd. back: Huffaker (R) j 1:05.1, 2nd Patella (R) 3rd Drino (C). I 400 yd. free: Stearns (C) 4:29.3, 2nd Scott (R) 3rd Gile The SCIAC crown will go to to stop. j <-v.w» <-<»•••. *-««."n«.i«; .-wuua.. ... 6 ui, ° (o Redlands if the Bulldogs win SCIAC Varsity Basketball i s^utivc Big Six basketball title, couple of high-powered North- 1 10( , v( i. breaststroke: Winner- tonight. In their last outing W. L. PF PAl t0 - 20 alon S w,th lts 23-and-0,west independents took stinging bufg ( ' C) 1:137 , nd LenkenR) against coach Ted Ducy's Stag-; Redlands 8 0 527 436i rccord and mimb " one rank-j defeats. I 3r( , De SaIvo (R). the Bulldogs chalked up a nar- Occidental 7 2 743 64l! in S in tnc nation. Tournament-bound Seattle fell, 200 free relay: Redlands (Iluf- row three point victory, two of Clarcmont-Mudd . 5 4 631 619! The Bruins gave Univcrsityito Montana State. 98-85. at Boze-. fakcr> Scott, Lenker. Kackley the points came in the final Whitticr 4 5 652 656:of Washington fans a brief thrill seconds. Pomona 3 6 660 657 j by going stone cold Monday •They will be up for us. but Cal Tech 0 10 586 790 night for a few minutes before we will be up for them too." coach Fulmer said. "The boys know what this game means."- Tonight's Schedule (coming back to pick up a 78-64 Claremont-Mudd at Redlands.: vi S. t0 .7. ovcr ^ hc Huskies. Pomona at Occidental. man. Mont. Reserve Andy Wy-!i-39i). att hit 23 for the winners.; class "B" (Redlands only) while four Seattle players hit in, Medley relav: Redlands 200 double figures led by Greg Ver-jyd. free, Williams 2nd; 50 free million's 20. iLoge 3rd; ind. medley. Melchcr UCLA actually won the game! Fresno State, nationally rank- 1st 1:07.6; 100 free, Fisher 3rd; |at the free throw line, outscor-'ed among college squads, rc -jioo back, Melcher 1st 1:08.2; ins the Huskies, 26-10. jvenged a Saturday night loss tolOO breast. Treadway 1st 1:19.3 Keith Erickson was the sur-jPortland with a 95-79 pasting of;McMichael 3rd. At Empire Bowl: 885 Majors High Game — Jerry Lerper ing 237, Series veda 631. [213. Ira Anthony 224, Dave Dcit-i zcl 223. Standings: American Furniture 18'2-9'j, Calimcsa Phar. Rich Sepul-: 18 . 10 Car ini and Marchese 16'12, Jacinto and Son 15-13. Her- 200 Club — Bob Phelps 213,; mans Furniture 15-13, United Rich Sepulveda 227, Marion citrus u '-- 13 '-- Waits Car Pet „,„„,, T, „ , '12-16, Gutter Tramps 12-16, Red- Burke 204, Jerry Bullock 204, , ,' c .,„ a ,„ ' Jands San. 9-13. , „, ; , , , , , , Don Pcttey 221. Russ Skybcrg! s . H | The game was again decided!by United Press International of I, Robert Nottingham" 213.' ... . ^ . _ 4 iat the free throw line where!major college teams, UCLA had Chuck Dundas 201. Ernie TeW S*™. 3n *^ T ^!™\lhc Bears had 22 prise high scorer for the Bruins with 26, while Lynn Nance had 20 for the losers. That gave UCLA a 12-0 record in conference play with three games to go. California holds second with an 8-4 mark after nipping Washington State. 72-70. at Pullman Monday night. The Cougars trailed 41-29 at halftirae, but then closed with a rush to almost win. Don Wolthers had 17 for California and Jim Walton 20 for the losers. the Pilots. Fresno, now 19-4. was led by Maurice Talbot and Loren Thomsen with 22 apiece. Tom Nichols had 25 for Portland and big Steve Anstett 22. Fresno will be the favorite in the NCAA college regionals at Fresno March 6. Cal Poly, Seattle Pacific, and probably the University of Nevada will round out the field. One other game Monday night saw the Phillips 66ers top Gonzaga, 74-67, although Billy Sutcr had 23 for the losers. In this week's national ratings Class "C" (Redlands only) 200 free, Acheson 3rd: 50 free, Sooy 2nd; 100 ind. med. Acheson 3rd; 50 fly, McGowau 1st 30.9; 100 free, Sooy 3rd; 50 back, Starbuck 3rd: 50 breast, Bruckart 2nd, Burgess 3rd. STADIUM PLANS I PORTLAND, Ore. (UPI)— !The Delta Park Recreation Commission Monday disclosed it plans to build an all-purpose dome-covered stadium with a seating capacity of 46,730 at an estimated cost of S23.5 million. The stadium would contain a 30-story-high dome and be the TIME, TIME — Redlands High coach Al Endeman will be in action tonight when the Terriers open play in the first round of the California Interscholastic Federation basketball playoffs against Orange High school. Endeman is shown signaling time out during a tight moment in a Terrier game. Manager John King is also on his feet trying to catch the attention of the referees. (Photo by Jim Sloan) Cepeda on hand for Giant training season C.ASA GRANDE, Ariz. (UP!(catcher Bob Barton, and out—II was an unusual opening fielder Matty Alou. All are ac- Iday of spring practice for the counted for and on their way I San Francisco Giants Monday— licrp. 1 Orlando Cepeda was there andi Cepeda. who had missed LOS ANGELES (UPD — The Millie Mavs wasn't. 'every opening dav of practice University of Southern Cahfor-j Mays was one of eight players since 1958 because of missed nia lost its eight Big Six Con-i miss j n g wncn mana g C r Alvin connections and unsigned conference basketball game Mon-j Dark madc his first roI1 ca „ of , rac(s . nas a „ ovcr „ IC p|acc , u a . y "^l?' 1 !.". 5131 ! 10 " 1 I™? 1 the season on a blustery day,Monday as he ran plenty and . t. . i-ie . 1 , . . , .largest covered arena in the c l- 11- («i r <~, ,<-, i""- "=« -- to 14 chanty.J4S out of a perfect 3o0 points. i u . " w orrnrrlint» tn iu *nnn- ley 209. Al Otterbeck 219.:?. u . 1,sz 21 6W - Jane Clay m -| tosses for the Cougars. j Oregon State held 5th place, ^.f' accordm S 10 lts s P on George Lincoln 201. Ed Closson 3 J. .. ... I Stanford stayed in third placelSan Francisco 15th, Utah State '. 203. Jerrv Lerpening 237, Ravj . .f 13 " 0 '"", 6 - H '^ ot * , 10 2 •!position by nipping Southern: 16th. and Seattle was in a tie Alley Gaiters M'.*-3a' = . Spare; California- 64. 63 . at the Los An- for 20th. Arizona State also Mahin 236. Mike Hinojos 200. ... cn „ r ... .. , ...^ —„....,—. - — -.Houchin 217. Don Bartolomcij ' J , k , c " ,, v ' - -' ' f. i0 - l ! r gelcs Sports Arena. That madejdrew scattered support •225. Leo Pulchalski 204. Herb ^'l^'."? 9 ;.^™ 8 S the Cards' record 7-5. :'Biivak 203. Bob Castillo 212., 3 '- 39 ' ^" lc ™ crs J?- 41 - Pl , n Po P-| Tom Dose had 23, but it was pers 51'a-44'2, Shamrocks 48- Rich Sepulveda 631, Bill Lutes 'a , T J - in r Kent Hinckley s f 201. Bob Laurence 200. Doug! 48 - ^, KY .J W - E ° t"^• Gl £ S; f««r seconds to S Williamson 203. Dick WatsoS-!" d ° 0,ls tl/; 31 .-' t .°„ Urp J nS f 4 |thc contest. Al Y. Kent Hinckley's free throw with go that decided sition in the standings. Michigan slipped to third aft- These six teams will proba-jf/,.its upset by Minnesota; 'Duke, the Atlantic Coast Con- bly be the ones to fight it out at the Corvallis NCAA regicnals although USF and Arizona State Stanford wins in free throw 222. Harold Laws 221. George^ j Arnold 203 Roger Cooley 211/,;.- Bustcrs .decree Cooley 21.). Duane Sav-, iage 221, Robin White 202, Gcne^ Kln 9 of ,he HiM Nottingham 218, Sonnv Cape-j -Al Otterbeck retained the king hart 217 [of the hill crown by outstrikin c , n „•„ c „ fl „.„ :Gcnrge Green four to three in Stand ngs: Culhgans SofM\a.| niQc f ma -14' --2i 1 Ells Heating and Air.. ._.,„„ ' , .. , u .1 4I'=-30« a ; Knights Flying A 38-'^'f''"8 3. strikes for both 34. State Farm Ins. 38-31, Steak-! aq _. u . r , . t T>-M' DoNut Club eaters Inn So'-j-Sb'.j, Bill ferencc champion, held fourth; Villanova skidded to seventh . ,.: ,•„ . , ,. . following its defeat by St. Jo- Cosa Nostra 38-58 Serpin -ir * oun! ; scorc<1 8 f"" havfc t0 w ™ l . lheir res P ec 'iseph's (Pa.) and Davidson, the Four 34ii-61'i. GncZrJ for lh ° Tr ° janS ' wh ° are ,n ' tlve confcrcnce tltlcs - jsouthcrn Conference champ, jclung to eighth place, j The ratings were based on 1 games played through Satur(day, Feb. 22. by a 64-63 score on a free throw in the final four seconds.: The Trojans have won only) four conference games. Youngs Service 34-38, Jet Mu- hcrc. Mays did not make it because'fields, his car broke down in Phoenix. USC led throughout the first' IIls P' ercin S voice was expected.minutes of batting practice. Bob half, and was tied with the ln- t0 rcsound at toda >' s session. ,shau. the big man in the win- dians 63-63 with only eight sec-! Two others who failed to show ! ter trade with Milwaukee, was onds remaining. |up—25-gamc winner Juan Mari- a standout as he threw hard. ichal and shortstop Jose Pagan (accurately and effortlessly. Gough's new job j—have not yet yielded to 1964 SAN DIEGO (UPI)-John BJcontract terms. But the third] p . fraimna Gough, 45, former business!unsigned Giant, rookie outfield- "«»"»«f manager of the San Diego Pa- cr Arlo Engel, turned up in! SCOTTSDALE. Ariz. (UPD— dres, has been named businesslcamp with his signed contract. I The Boston Red Sox opened thcir manager of Uie American Fool- j Others who missed muster in- j spring training here Monday ball League champion San Di- eluded outfielder Harvey Kuenn.|with a two - hour drill for bat- ego Chargers. I catcher Del Crandall, rookie, tcrymen. Diane and Don Petty look sic Co. 27-45, Burgesons Heat-: " rst pla . cc *"« \ U °° ,-1^ ing and Air tt-^-i. Wallen ;fluss f nd ^ y ^' b f\f fa ' sh ^ d ^ second with 1334 followed by Don and Betty Walace with Monday Mixed ! 1330. The pitchers each worked five; nigh Game — Gale Paxtonl Mixed Doubles |hit some hefty drives to a ll' Pontiac Kentucky runnerup in college basketball rating NEW Y'ORK (UPD — The United Press International ma- NEW YORK (UPD - weeks remaining before j cfolle ,g e , basketball ratings 'the final ratings and a nation-!* 1 * vot « " d W0Q al champion are announced. ^ s ': r , c , cords throu f Saturda yin . >x. . 1 : Fcb. 22. in parentheses: UCLA, the nations only un-i Team Points beaten major college team-on! h UCLA (33) (22 . 0) ^ the threshold of its first unde-i , Kentucky (2) (20-2) 296 featcd season and first nation-' al championship in the UPI ratings — was ranked No. 1 by 33 of the 35 coaches on the UPI rating board. i Kentucky received the other Kentucky Wildcats reclaimed the runnerup spot behind lop- ranked UCLA today for the third time in the last seven weeks in the United Press International major college basketball ratings. The Wildcats won the latest battle with Michigan in their war for second place, with only 246. Scries — Grady Hall 648.; Ed and Mary Roney won the! 200 Club — Andy Scherer'mixed doubles with a 1295 ser-j j two first-place ballots but re- 206, Al Kahae.shi 234. Don War-jies. Gary Lotze and Kathy Cas- tig Machine Shop 17-15, A andl m ained 52 points behind the ren 201. Chuck Luby 223,!sidy took second with 1205 fol-jP Auto Parts 12-20, Bens Bomb-jleaders, who were only two 3. Michigan (18-3) 4. Duke (18-4) 5. Oregon St. (23-3) 6. Wichita (19-5) 7. Villanova (19-3) 8. Davidson (21-3) 9. Loyola (111.) (17-5) 10. Tex.Western (21-2) 271 216 160 148 127 100 63 55 Charles Peteis 207. Grady Hall!lowed by Jan Fritz and Pete j Castro with 1199. 1 I At Tri City Bowl: Mixed League High Game — G. Applegate 199, E. Ycager 162, Series — E. Yeager 459, A. Yeager 487. Standings: Double A Dist. 239. Rcdlands Cab Co. 22-10, Ret- 242, Gale Paxton 246. 1 800 Handicap ] High Game — Ira Anthony! 224, Series — Dave DietzclJ 610. 200 Club — Bruce Erickson 208. Walt Soatig 211. Bob Moyer ers 12-20, The 300's 10-22. Monday Six High Game and Series — H. Wikert 254, 631, J. Granger 196, 502. Second 10 — 11 (tie). Ohio points shy of a perfect 350 rat-jstatc and DcPaul 26; 13 (tie), ing, UCLA's highest rating to-; Vanderbiit and Drake 18; 15, tal of the season. The Bruins kan Francisco 14; 16, Utah State have held first place for theU ; 17, Kansas State 7; 18 (tie), last two months while stretchStandings: Hillview Apart- 1 ing their winning streak to 22. ments 18'.i-13'.i:. 18'.2-13'2, Team Team Five New Mexico and Providence 5; 20 (tie), St. Bonaventure, Seat- Four | Oregon State (No. 5), Wichi-jtle and Texas A&M 3. 18-14. Roys Barber Shop 16-16, Team Six 14-1S, Four B's 11-21. ta (No. 6), Loyola of Chicago (No. 9) and Texas Western (No. 10) each advanced one po- Other teams receiving points —Utah 2; Arizona State and Duquesne one each. THE DEPENDABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF '64 HERE'S HOW I WANT YOU TO DO IT - Casey's a high stepper in St. Petersburg, Florida, as the Mets early spring training moves into high gear. New York Mets manager Casey Stengel (center) demonstrates his idea of a windup to Tracy Stallard (I) and Jack Fisher (r). (UPI Telephoro) Imagine, unwinding and relaxing in a compact Now you can! And that goes for backseat passengers as well as travelers up front. Because Dart is a compact in the large economy size. Lots of room for hips, heads, feet and knees. Family-size room all-round. And what goes for Dart in the comfort compartment goes ditto in the performance department Standard engine is the famous Slant 6 that'll outscat the extra-cost engines in most other compacts. For even more action, there's an optional new Dart V8 that takes no sass from any size car. But don't let the comfort and sizzle fool you. Dart is a compact Witness its low price, easy upkeep, great gas mileage, and snappy parkability, and you'll know what we mean. If you're tired of cramped, underpowered compacts, talk to the man who can do something about it—your Dependable Dodge Dealer. Compact Dodge Dart OOOQE DIVISION CHFJYSLER MOTORS CORFIMAItON VAN DORIN MOTOR CO. 1617 West Redlands Blvd. Redlands — SEEJTHE BOB HOPE SHOW," NBC-TV. CHECK YOUR LOCAL LISTING. ——— 1

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