Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 27, 1964 · Page 12
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12 - Tfiltrs., Feb. 27, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Terrier swimmers defeat Palm Springs Indians By JOHN W. LENKER I 400 yd. free: Huffaker (R),,breast: Treadway 1:19.6 The Redlands Terrier aquan-j 4^0.3, Beasley (R), Dave Bat-! M c M 'chaeI 3rd. auts splashed to victories in a H|» crsDV , R) 1 three divisions yesterday over; ' y '' ! the Palm Springs Indians in the! 100 - vd - breast: DeSalvo (To losers' pool. The varsity won by; 1 : 17 - 2 . Lcnkcr (R). Holtz (PS) Class "C" (REDLANDS ONLY) Hank Mercado named to Shrine team Redlands high footballer Hank I Mercado who guided the Terriers to the 1963 Citrus Belt a 64-29 score; the "B" tally was 45-28, and the "C" team raced to a 62-0 clean sweep. In the varsity division. Bill Free relay: Palm Springs. Class "B (REDLANDS ONLY) League grid championship to., „ , r> 11 1 dav was named as one of the •J t \ P t y: . v°r ' 2- members of «hc Southern Cal- /S.arbuek. Bruckart. McGowan. . fornja shrinc (cam ;AcnosonK ' The CO 1S5 pound Mercado, a ' 50 yd. free: Achcson 26.4, 2nd jSooy. :ird Bischoff: 140 yd. ind quarterback, was named to a Brandenberger, Don Battcrsby. and Garth Huffaker each won two events. In the "B" division, two events were won by Dean Kackley and Dave ScotL The "C" division saw Don Acheson.i Bob Bruckart, and Flip McGow -;100 back an winning two events apiece. Results: Class "A" Medley Relay: Redlands (Pa tella, DeSalvo, Brandenberger, Battcrsby). 200 yd. free: Brandenberger (R) 2:08.6, Beasley (R), Eisenberg (R). 20 yd. free: Battersby (Rl. 21.8, Chiatovich (PS), Fisher, (R). Medley relay: Redlands (Mcl-imcd. Bruckart 1:50.1. 2nd Star- ,alfba( * ''f 1 ,,™, hc „j^ , ~ , .... -„ , n team. The South will meet the cher, Treadway. Kackley. Scott) buck. 3rd Burgess: aO yd. fly: , . „ , » npn i„ c r n \\ 200 yd. free: Scott 2 :68.6. 2nd McGowan 31 .4; 100 yd. free: ^'Z, ZfZ*\ 5 ,° "un'T- H aCk '7 u^T ,o° 2 -?' h 2ndV S Tr 3rd i rnmrnccn-en'toneam person I ;, , Jn ^ S "; „ yd -, ind - med ' B,S , h 5 : , 5 °, S l -u baC , k: ™S C0 *';nel was made by Elmer P. Scott 1:40.2 2nd Melcher. an 36.5. 2nd S.arbuck; 50 breast! rf Dp >. jerH Kcr . 100 yd. free: Rack ^,0 .0:3,0 2nd Burgess; Free re, ^ a former polentate of Melcher 1:09 .0; IQU .lay: Redlands. ^ sponsoring A1 Ma i a ikah shrine Temple. Bromley is the At Empire Bowl: City of Hope , High Game and Series — Jean 280 yd. ind. med.: Huffaker Clarke 207. 508 (R) 3:29 .4, Cleaver (R). game's managing director. Several veteran writers and coaches on the selection com mittee feel that the team is the strongest ever assembled by the South and the men who will coach it — Jim Pendleton of Los Angeles High and Dick Barnes 207. Gale Paxton mfc™? ° l ^ £ a "» Bill Lutes 203. Bud Tolliver f -TJ" " , ^ ilh c Frank Sorenson 205, Andy hc hor5CS '° fiCt the J ° b Standings: Iler Majesty 56-24..Scherrcr 214 ,lnnc ' Heading the list of selectees 201, Wayne Mcl.cod 213, 100 yd. fly: Brandenberger Van Wieren 52-28, PCA 43-37 ,1 Standings: Gairs Men S h o p , ., n „„ <-„.,,.,„ „, ti , c (R) 1:01.0, DiJonlon (PS), Len- Hals Liquor 42-38. Levines 41'i- 46-26, Redlands Three Min Car vcrc , ,acUe Don S r z 0 kcr (R). 38'i. Emciicli and McDowell 41- Wash 45'i-26' : . First American Ans 100 yd. free: Battersby (R Smith Union 37'-42'L and : Title 4.V27. Emmersons 38-34 56.2, Rcbigen (PS), Chiatovich R Supply 36'..-43'Shawver Dutch Girl 37'i-34'-. Richics (PS). 100 yd. back: Patella (R) 1:08.5, Cleaver (R). Fitzgerald (PS). ATTENTION CALIFORNIANS 65 OR OVER Ask Theso Agents About WESTERN 60 llealLh Insurance BEAVER, WILCOXSON & DAVIS 204 E. Slots St., Ph.: 793-2373 BOB COX 16 W. Citrus Ave., Ph.: 793-5221 FOWLER'S REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE 25 Ca]on St. Phone: 793-2883 FOY & FOY REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE 8 E. Cifrui Ave. Phone: 793-2591 GILLMORE INSURANCE, INC. 35 E. Citrut Ave. Ph.: 793-2151 MORT AGENCY 107 E. Cifrui Ave. Ph.: 792-U4J LARRY W. NOBLE INSURANCE AGENCY 108 W. Stole St. Ph.: 792-1341 REDLANDS. INSURANCE AGENCY 27345 V/. Redlands Blvd. Phone: 792-3442 JACK W. ROSE 416 E. Redlands Blvd. Phone: 793-3134 SAWYER, COOK & CO. 12 W. State St. Ph.: 793-2814 SEDGWICK-ARNEGARD INSURANCE 211 Oronge St. Phone: 793-5939 GARRY VAN VLIET 111 E. Citrus Ave. Ph.: 793-5141 Hurry . . . enrollments end March 31, 1964! REDLANDS INSURANCE AGENTS ASSOCIATION Loyola High, Southern California's Player of the Year, and end Marv Adamo of Shell 34-46, Shirlcliff Const. 191:-.steak House 36'.j -35';, The Pan^ Van Isu >' s " Birmingham High, 60'.:. I try 3S'i-36'.j. Pinkys 33 - 38 |- No - 1 Performer on the All-Los Tuesday Nite Ladies Sorenson Engineering 33-39, Ron-! Angeles City squad. These hon- High Game and Series —jda Sussex 28-44, Jims Chevron ors came from the Helms Ath- 27ii-44l-2, Huiskens 26-46. i letic Foundation. Wednesday Niters Mixed | Swartz and Adamo spearhead- High Game and Series —jed their teams to C.I.F. and L. Dave Dietzel 225, 604, FennajA- titles, respectively. Gipson 213, 590. , Loyola and Birmingham were! ,,f T 2, r,- George Loomisf among an unprecedented six I I IB U-. C al%*ill 216. Len Robbins 204, Jcrryi high : chools , h at qualified two! DOSeDall Mary Harshman 221, 539. Standings: DeVolls Market 42U-29',2, Jacks Chevron 41-31. Standard Stations 38-34, Marys Cleaners 38-34, Tri City Concrete 36'.-2J5 , .2, Farmers Daughters 35-37, Brookside Market 33l=- 3S!i, Big Four Market 23U-48'i. ^nienker 212, Fenna Gipson _,- vcrs m addition to S»am.! 4,^,.^- JL„„ # _|_ Ladtes Scratch Tno ;2I3. Sam Thomas 216, .Vrdys An- K 'unded end Mike Curtis! teOm TPOVelS Itch Game and Series — Ann!derson 205. Dave DietrpI •>•>?. *-"-> ula ., ... ,_ , , to La Verne 1 BOOSTER GROUP — Leading the Benchwarmers, the Redlands High school sports booster group this season ore (l-r) Col. Robert Orton, vice-president; William Brandenberger, president; Dick Hodges, secretary; and Jerry Haislip, treasurer. The group supports all of the Terrier sports activities and sponsors various athletic banquets. (Photo by Jim Sloan) High Game and Scries — Ann! derson 205, Dave Dietzel 225. 1 , . -, ,-, f , Gabbert 216. Standings: Babcock Const 45-i » n<1 A( ' amo s . SKC *\ J™ 1 " 200 Club - Ann Gahbert 216.j27, Sedgwick Arnegard 43U-'8',2 ! Birmmsham 15 tacklc Mlkc Helen Sauvage 206, Ellic E 1 liJacinto and Son 43-29, CWT R ec ',Scarpacc. 210. Joyce Lawrence 202. [Club 43-29, Save U More 37'--| The other pairs arc quarterStandings: Sedgwick 55-41, 34'i, Nance Engineers 37>, 2 -34',2, back Tom Egan and end Ron; bascbaU team travels to La Steak Eaters 54';-41'.i, JimlFarmers Ins. 36-36, The Four- Drake, both from El Rancho's Glaze 54-42, McCartneys 49-47.!some 32'i-39',., Corrigans Chcv- Pico Rivera: halfback Randy Di Carlas 40'.-2-55'.2, Tenax Town|ron 32-40, Duperron Sprinklers Key and guard Ohia Lowe, both 35 " 61 - ;2a'2-42'i, Bills Douglas 29'2-,'from Los Angeles; fullback Ron! , City League j42'., Fishermans Retreat 23-49.:Pritchett and guard Ralph Al ' The University of Redlands Verne tomorrow for the season opener after yesterday's game with Orange State was rained High Game and Scries — Richj Yucaipa Womens Club Sepulveda 244 , 609. High Game and Series — II. 200 Club — Don Pctiey 217.jBuckmastcr 224. 550. (Rich Sepulveda 244, Hal Bliss I 200 Club — M. Buckmaster 210. Arnold Yost 200, Don Reis-224. G. Milner 200. cr 227, Clay Granger 203. Larry' Standings: Save U More Sta- Buchman 225, Lloyd Snow 216. Itjons 45^-20'-. Kivett Real EsStandings: Micro Lube 61-35, jtate 43-23. Hals Gals 41-25, Poc and Richards 60 - 36,iKerns Market 40-26, Corinnes Buds Richfield 60-36, Sorenson;Smart Shoppe 39-27, Llama Tur- eng. 46-50, Lange and Runkellfecy Ranch 37-29, Huffman Tile 45-51, Village Barber Shop 41 54' D . Morbitzers BBQ 38',2-57'.i, Advertisers 32-64. Tuesday A.M. High Game and Series — Jane Angus 192, 518. Co. 36' -29' 2, Oak Glenn Eggs 34-32, Jims Barber Shop 32-34. calimesa Builders 31-35, Chemical Exhaust 30'-.-25'.2, Rowells 28-38, Mikes Barber Shop 2739. La Petite 24-42, Morbitzers 2'2-43'.2, Nash Cleaners Standings: Rolling Pins 44-22, BBQ Pin Ups 39-27, Ten Pins 38-28. j 17-49 Sidewinders 35-31, Toppers 35- j 31. Checkmates 29'i-26'i, Cin-[ At Tri City Bow nabars 25-41, Untouchables 18'.2- 47'i. Wednesday Ladies Handicap High Game — Diane Pettey 208, Series — Helen Sauvage Standings: Garvey Motors 60' 36, Ells Belies 55-41, Jo.Vanns Dress Shop 54',2-41'i, Harolds Shoes 54'.2-41'2, Sally Shops 51'2-44'=, A and P Auto Parts 48-47',2, Wayne Gossett Ford 48-48, The Sleepers 44'i:-51'2. The Red Barn 38-59, Gay 90's 25'.2-70',2. Freeway Dodgers High Game and Series — Andy Scherrer 214, 5G9, Sue Barnes 212, 608. 200 Club — Harold Ilartwick Now for Califomians 65 and over: The health insurance plan made possible by a new state law and 62 leading companies Western 65 Health Insurance is here at last! The legislation signed into law on July 23, 1963, has enabled 62 leading insurance companies to combine their resources to bring you more adequate health insurance than ever before possible. You get generous benefits, yet your premiums are reasonable. It's so easy to enroll. There is no physical exam. No health questionnaire. No upper age limit Spouses may also be covered regardless of age. And your individual coverage cannot be cancelled because of your long or repeated illness. And sons and daughters may enroll their parents. No signature of the insured is required. That's the kind of advantages you get with Western 65. For your free folder, fill out and mail the coupon below. Or call an insurance agent today. Any one of them will gladly help you choose the coverage best suited to your needs. Hurry! Enrollment opens March I, ends March 31, 1964 Wednesday Scratch Trio High Game and series — B. Peters 227, 605. 200 Club — P. Castro 215, L. Fairfield 201, C. Brooks 202, B. Peters 227, J. Coleman 207, L. Yackman 202. Standings: A and P Auto Parts 21-11, Mikes Barber Shop 20-12, Beahrs Hinckley 17-15, Team Four 15-17, Team Two 14 - 18, Woods Rentals 9-23. Rainbirds Ladies League High Game and Series — Lyda Smith 190, 481. Standings: The Goofcrs 57'i- 34',2, Tri City Terrors 554 • 38, Boo Boo's 53'.2-38'2, Sparetimers Head coach Paul Taylor plans to work his frontline pitchers Bill Brans, Mike Caskie, Jim Hogan, and Gary Sherman for two or three innings each. len, both from Pasadena's John Muir; and halfbacks Marvin Motley and Earl McCullough. both from Long Beach"s Polytechnic. Egan, who completed 100 of i—• — 160 passes for 2.052 yards and'noBUSTELLI RETIRES 18 touchdowns last fall, willj KEW yoRK (UPI) - Andy share quartcrbackmg duties withj R 0 b u s t e 11 i Wednesday an- Carlton Kelley of Los Angelcs-| nouncc(I | ljs official retirement Manual Arts and Toby Page of;f ro m professional football but Mater Dei. They'll operate from,agreed to remain with the New a wing-T formation. 47' J -44' J , The Spoilers 36 Odd Strikers 27'2-64'i. PGA at odds over tourney LOS ANGELES (UPI) —The Professional Golfers Association (PGA) is considering having the Shrine Temple sponsor the Los Angeles Open instead of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, according to a radio station report. The station (KNX) held an interview with Jim Gaquin, PGA tournament director, in which he indicated a squabble over whether the tournament was to be for PGA players only or an open invitational. The PGA and the Jaycees have been at odds since before the 1964 Open and there is no for the 1965 tourna- 56,1 contract Iment. Promoter ready to try again with heavyweights York Giants as a defensive coach. Robustetli. a perennial AU- Pro defensive end for the New- Yorkers, had been a player- coach for the past two years. Angels to hold squad game PALM SPRINGS (UPD—The Los Angeles Angels arc sharing up so well in early training that the team will hold its first in- trasquad game Saturday — but without manager Bill Rigney in attendance. Rigney announced the weekend practice game after expressing satisfaction with t h c Angels progress so far at the 1964 camp. He said, however, that he would leave for his Walnut Creek home tonight to be with his wife when she undergoes an arthritis operation on her hand Friday. HOOKS NEW AD i WINSTON-SALEM. N. C.! (UPI) — Gene Hooks, 36, has replaced Bill Gibson as athletic director of Wake Forest College. Hooks was the first man recommended by the selection committee and the position was not offered to anyone else. |F&G gives I recipe for "instant grunion" A recipe for "instant grun- inn" was revealed today by the Department of Fish and Game for the benefit of amateur marine biologists. The grunion. silvery little fish which come up on the beach to spawn and then wriggle back into the surf, are due to stage their first four-night spawning run of 1964 on local ocean beaches starting this Saturday, Feb. 29, at 11 p.m.. and at 11:30 p.m., 12 midnight and 12:30 a.m. on succeeding nights. If you're fortunate enough to be on the right beach at the right time for a run. says the DFG, you can collect and hatch your own grunion eggs. Put some damp sand in a cottage cheese carton or smaller container, put in some fertilized eggs, cover with perhaps an inch more of sand, punch some holes in the lid and put it on, and set the carton away in a cool place for about two weeks or more. When you're ready to hatch them out. put a few eggs in a sauce dish partly full of water — the little fish will last longer if this is sea water — shake gently 3nd, lo and behold, instant grunion. In a minute or two, each little fish, curled inside the egg, will straighten out suddenly like a spring uncoiling and pop through the wall of its covering. It makes a fascinating and educational experiment, especially for youngsters, says the DFG. The hatching process is fun to watch under a microscope if one is available. An angling license is required for anyone 16 years of age or over, whether they take fish or just the eggs. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Adi J Please mail me the complete folder on Western 65. I I understand there is no obligation. I i WESTERN 65 Dept. H Box 65, Los Angeles, Calif. 90054 Name- (PLEASE PRINT) Address. City. .Zone. .State. By JACK CUDDY UPI Sports Writer MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (UPI) — Despite the financial bath he took Tuesday night, wealthy Bill MacDonald proposed today that he and Chris Dundee promote the return Cassius Clay- Sonny Liston heavyweight title fight in New York this summer at the World's Fair. MacDonald said the new Shea Stadium would be an ideal site in June if champion Cassius can defer his Army date with Uncle Sam long enough to make one defense. Intercontinental Promotions. Inc., is very much interested in the proposed World's Fair fis­ tic extravaganza for these reasons: —The president of Intercontinental is Sonny Liston, who lost his title to young Cassius on a seventh-round technical knockout here Tuesday night and wants to recapture the crown. —Jack Nilon, Listen's adviser, is a warm admirer of promoter MacDonald. Promote First Defense —Recently Intercontinental paid Clay $50,000 for the privilege of promoting his first title defense, in case he took the crown from Liston on Tuesday. MacDonald's promoting partner, Dundee, pointed out that the World's Fair would provide a "captive audience" that could fill any stadium in the country — at top prices. Moreover, said Dundee, a modern canopy could be put above the ring to assure the owners of theater-television. locations in the United States and Canada no postponement in case of rain. Co-promoter, MacDonald, a millionaire retired auto-trailer manufacturer, lost about $400,000 on Tuesday's fight at the Miami Beach Convention Hall, where a disappointing gate of only $402,000 was drawn. MacDonald had "bought" the "live" fight for $625,000 from Intercontinental and spent nearly $200,000 on the promotion. Release Liston's Purse Wednesday night the Miami Beach Boxing Commission released ex-champion Liston's "live-gate" purse of $367,000, which had been withheld pending an examination by eight doctors to determine whether his left shoulder had been injured seriously enough Tuesday night to prevent his coming out for the seventh round. He was struck in the shoulder in the first round, he said. It was the doctors' concerted opinion that a "tear" in the biceps tendon of the left shoulder "could be sufficient to incapacitate him and prevent from defeinding himself." However, state (district) attorney Richard Gerstein of iMi- ami was continuing his investigation to determine whether there was any criminal action in Liston's upset defeat. Sonny had gone into the ring favored at 7-1. THE CHAMP — A man of many moods, Cassius Clay is center stage at press conference Wedneday in Miami Beach where he defeated Sonny Liston. The new heavyweight Fact of the matter is ... champion said he thought he had Liston beaten from the first round. (UPI Telepholo) STRAMPE LEADS FIELD AKRON, Ohio (UPI) — Bob Strampc continues to be the leading money winner among members of the Professional Bowlers Association. The Detroit native has earned $16,600 this year. Clay really thinks he's greatest By OSCAR FRALEY UPI Sports Writer MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (UPI) — The most nauseating part of Cassius Clay being the heavy weight champion of the world today is the fact that he be lieves he really is the ruler of the ring. Cassius admits that hc buck' stered his way into a title bout. And he says flatly that he believes Sonny Liston could have continued instead of throwing in the towel at the end of the sixth round of their title bout. Which comes out that he either beat a one-armed man or a feller who took a swan dive into a damp rag. So you have to Ihink that Cassius is a man kocking on a window with a sponge after months of sounding off like a convention of caliopcs. That's because he insists that now, as the somewhat disputed heavy weight champion of the world, hc is going lo become a quiet champion. Can Go To Sleep "If you're a politician," says Cassius with all the aplomb of Zsa Zsa in a five and dime, "you have to go around making a lot of noise, handing out pamphlets and impressing peo pie. You got to make a ton of noise. But now, once you're elected, you can just take it easy and sorta go to sleep." There are some who were on hand in Miami Beach Convention Hall who thought that he should have been put to sleep in the fifth round. Sonny the deposed hit him three stiff right hand shots over the heart and Cassius settled down on his O'Sullivans like King Levinsky with two armloads of neckties. Why even a one-armed Liston didn't slug him to sleep must remain paramount among such j questions as to why Lee's support never came up at Gettysburg. Had Liston pulled off what was expected, then Clay's future would have been very certain. Gaseous could have had a much more secure future as one of the Madison Avenue boys. He's one of the greatest merchants since that gent from Venice who was halted only by a gallon of unwelcome corpuscles. Clay Knows Nothing Gaseous says with bland innocence that he knows from nothing about who will be his next opponent, or where or when. But Garland (Bill) Cherry, attorney for Sonny Liston's Intercontinental Promotions — strictly was a business firm devoted to making dollars out of dimes — wasn't whistling Dixie when he. said that Clay had been paid $50,000 so that Lis­ ton's entourage could name all those propositions. There was a slight suspicion in this corner that Liston had the firepower to be one of the greatest of champions. If you have some faith, a little smid­ gin of hope and, at this moment, a great deal of charity, you still might feel that this man from nowhere was cheated once again by the fates who dealt him a brutal blow in damaging his left arm at a great moment of crisis. Personally I think he should have gone down battling with one gallant arm, if this could be so. In all honesty, I just don't know, and I have been closer to the situation than most. But I still do not regard Cassius Marcellus Clay as a worthy heavyweight champion of the world — even if he finally shuts his mouth before somebody closes it for him.

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