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Terrier track team opens season Friday Hazzard from UCLA Recilands High rambling track and field men hold their first meet of the season tomorrow when they travel to Coachella High for a triangular spikefest. Coach Bill Cunningham's Citrus Belt League Champions will meet the Coachella and San Bernardino high squads. Action will begin at 3 p.m. Leading the way for the Tcr rier runners will be sprinter Roger Cox and hurdler Steve Uuttstutier. Cox was the league champion in both the 100 and 220 yard dashes last season and competed in the California State meet. Huffstutler was the 180 yard low hurdle king of the league and was a member of the varsity relay team. Its expected that Cox may skip the 100 tomorrow and go in the 220 and 440 where he has a practice clocking of 49.5. He has turned in a 9.7 100 already in workouts. Under (he ageis of field coach Bill Nance (he Terriers are re- ( building having lost all of their high jumpers and pole vaulters through graduation. All three varsity shotputlers are back. Mike Baker. Rick Orton and Dave Pctcrmart. , Following the Coachella meet:effect in Orange and San Diego. the Terrier learn will be in the'Counties starting this Saturday.! Redlands high Terrier base Fontana Relays on March 6Ilr February 29. _ and _ continue j ball squad will open .he sea., nardin0 CardinaIs t , c w , h Thunderbirds play Loara here Friday Yucaipa High Thunderbirds, champions of the Desert Valley League open California Interscholastic Federation play tomorrow night in (he Reldandsjsociation, doesn't cater to rep- Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., Feb. 27,1964 -73 NEA announces 1964 All-American By MURRAY OLDERMAN Newspaper Enterprise Assn. NEW YORK — (NEA) — The i 1964 college All-America basket|ball team, announced today by; the Newspaper Enterprise As-j man is Lucius Jack-! ROGER COX Dashes STEVE HUFFSTUTLER Hurdles High Terrier gym. The Yucaipalutation. five bad a bvc Tucsdav night ; Tllc b ' s ,. „ „.„ . . , , - - o ton a b . 9 240-pound center; [because they were league cham- from San jiarcos. Tex., who is i pions. |a senior at UDhcralded Pan- Coach Kent Havden's Thun- ! American College in little Ed- derbirds will host Loara high ^urg. Tc.w at 8 p.m. on the hardwoods.I Jack ?° n a^ost conjures up Loara is a school of 1.400 local- Bucv ° w " ed in Anaheim and the Saxons ! mrds , ll00 f , ! a . atnd ° nc - hird won the Orange league in Class )?of ter and lasted about a , , .... long as a guy named for a soft AA competition. ; dr £ k But at , east> a Since Yucaipa's gym is t o o.fjecade ago. everybody heard of Ismail Commissioner Ken FagansjijttJe Rio Grande College in I switched the game to the Red-;Ohio, which Francis repre- j lands plant. isented. I In the weekly CIF top ten; 'poll the Thunderbirds are rank-i Pan-American isn't as old as| Ten trout limit begins Saturday Terrier baseball season opens here A ten trout limit will go into' tomorrow ied ninth. Picked on top is San|ta Maria followed by Chi.no, j South Pasadena, LaSalle, Victor j Valley, Service, Atascadero, Charter Oak, Yucaipa and Up land. at the Stcclcr oval. through September 10. the De-json tomorrow with a nonlcagucj pasadcna High tomo „" ow ni?nt the Bevo myth. But in Jackson it has a durable representative whose All-America merit is based strictly on ability. A couple of years ago, Lucius was ;doing summer duty in the Catskills of New York, where they Loara moved into the rn ,indj like tall basketball players to against the Yucaipa Iwnpsrersj g0 w j tn (| ie tall pines. The ath- by downing el Centro 65-52 on| c ti c director at his hotel was iTucsday. j Arnold (Red) Auerbach, good i Coach Dick Adair's Sau Ber-: j U( ] S( . 0 f cage players. Reel is coach of the Boston Mickey Mantle signs again for $100,000 FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla (UPD—Mickey Mantle today signed his second consecutive one-year conlract at $100,000 as the New York Yankees, defending American League cham pions, officially opened spring training. "Despite the crippling injury suffered by Mickey in Baltimore last June 5." said General Manager Ralph Houk. "the Y'ankee management feels that a player of Mantle's caliber should not be penalized for his injuries. "Mantle is a real inspiration to our club and a tremendous asset to baseball," Houk added. "He has earned every cent of his salary and we hope he has several more years as a topflight Yankee star." Mantle played in only 65 games last year, hit only 15 borne runs, batted in only 35 runs, but had a .314 batting average. The 32-year-old Mantle said "I am very happy with the contract." "The Yankees have treated me very fairly," he said. "I feel fine and hope to have a good season. It's about time 1 slarted earning all that money." Ipartment of Fish and Game re-, Same against Ramona of Kivcr-.j th jr secQnd ta „ le td . minded anglers today. is.de at o p.m on the Terrier , fj ^ ^ be the other Southern Cah-idiamond. Joe De.Maggio is backiL .u. n „„„j„«, „„„ ,.<,..„ In fornia counties, the winter limit of five trout will remain in force until May 2. The ten trout limit will begin on that date and continue through October 31. An exception is the Colorado River, which has a year-round ten trout limit. The river is stocked with fish in the Needles area. UCLA dominates Big Six statistics SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Tournament-bound UCLA dominates latest Big Six statistics in both the team and individual scoring deaprtments. The fast-breaking Bruin offense has averaged 85 points per game in rolling to 12 consecutive victories. That is 15 more points than second place Stanford. The Bruins are also tops in field goal accuracy (.448) and rebounding (.541). Stanford leads in free throws (.732) andjKiar! California in defense (61 points' M!,r - J0 at the helm as head coach and Bill Foehncr is junior varsity mentor. Last year t h c Terriers finished in the Citrus Belt League cellar, something that they plan to change this season. "We have some good boys and if we get the pitching that we expect we could be in the thick of the race," DcMaggio said. Probable starters tomorrow for Ihe Terriers will be Basil Lobough at first, Frank Lopez at second; Leonard Neumann at third and George Rodgers at short. In the field it will be Dan Finfrock in left, Les Cowcn in center and Ronnie Garcia in right. Gordy Campbell will be behind the plate and expected to start on the mount will be Arie Franken or Ron Brejtfus. Lobough, Newman, Rodgers. Campbell and Franken are all returning varsity players while the others arc up from the Junior Varsity ranks. Last season the JV squad captured the CBL crown. The 1964 RIIS schedule follows: ; in the Pasadena gym at 8 p.m. Drysdale signs with Dodgers for $75,000 Celtics. He watched young Lucius, let him scrimmage against the likes of Wilt Chamberlain, liked what he saw, and remembered. Auerbach and the other eight coaches of the National Basketball Association comprise the selection board for the annual NEA All-America team. These are the playmates they picked to surround Jackson: Bill Bradley. Princeton. 6-5, 200. from Crystal City. Mo. LOS ANGELES (UPI) —The 1 Dave Stallworth, Wichita Nash arc fine rebounders,| Jeff strong off the boards and facileiCS). Los Angeles Dodgers have made Don Drysdale the second highest paid pitcher in baseball today. Drysdale signed his 1964 con­ lract Wednesday for an estimated $"5.000—a raise of about $25,000 over last year's salary. Only M i 1 w a u k e c's Warren Spahn, who received about $80,000, is higher paid. Drysdale's salary is also the highest salary in Dodger history. Mullins, Duke, 6-1. 890;man of both units, has been the (nation's leading scorer most of shooters around the basket. | Mel Counts, Oregon State, 7-0.1 the season. Jackson might be t h e first!230 <5i. j Others who figured in the vot- man picked in the pro draft bc-j Cazzie Russell, Michigan, 6-5.'ing are Barry Kramer. New cause he moves well for a big!2I5 (4). iYork University; Steve Thomas, man, can shoot from the out-j Willis Reed, Grambling, 6-8.!Xavier: Wally Jones. Villan- side and is terrific on the dc-J210 (41. jova: Larry Jones. Toledo: Rick fensive backboard. I Paul Silas, Crcighton, 6-7, 240|Barry. Miami (Fla.); Fred Het- This is regarded as potential-, (•!>. izcl, Davidson: Ron Bonham. 6-7.| ly the finest crop of collegians ; Howard Komives, Bowling .Cincinnati: Bill Cunningham, 200, from Dallas. Tex. jsince 1955. Green. 6-1, 185 i4>. ;North Carolina: Bud Coper, Gary Bradds, Ohio State. 6-8 ' j Russell rates special attention'Oklahoma City; Jim Barnes, 200. from Jamestown, Ohio. | The second team reflects this, as the only sophomore to re-jTcxas Western; Willie Somer- Walt Hazzard, UCLA, 6-2, 188,iBecause of a tie, the alternate iceive All-America consideration, set. Duquesne; Rich Falk, from Philadelphia. Charles (Cotton) Nash. Kentucky, 6-5, 220, from Leominster, Mass. [unit also has six men (vote in,Silas is the country's top rc 'parentheses): bounder. Komives, the small'son. ' Northwestern and John Thomp- Providence. There are six on the first team because of a tie between Stallworth and Nash for the fifth spot. This is how the voting tallied, based on two points IL OS „ . Ifor a first team selection, one!, ,„J„.. u„ f „,„ _„„.,„„ ,•,„ "Don was very reasonable in ifor tne second leam: i break today before meeting the his demands." said Dodger gen-| Hazzard. 16: Bradley, Blades take break today LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Angeles Blades take er Drysdale had signed the contract. Drysdale. 27, compiled a 1917 record in 1963. He also shut out the New York Yankees 1-0! Feb. Msr. Pimona Eifcenhower Rubidoux Chino Mnr. 13 Yucaipa per gamt). |M»r. n "Riv. poty Gail Goodrich of the Bruins I^"™, would seem to have the scoring! Mar. si -Pacific 'Apr. 3 'Chaffey Apr. 14 *San Bdno. Baylor and Lakers looking better By United Press International Both Elgin Baylor and the Los Angeles Lakers appear | headed for better performances on the basketball court after a long spell of hard luck. Wednesday night Baylor showed no effects of the leg trouble that had plagued him most of the season as he guided Los Angeles to a 103-97 win over the Cincinnati Royals by scoring 35 points. It was only Die Lakers' fourth victory in their last 19 games. Six of Ihe games in the drought period were taken from them by just one or two points. The loss by Cincinnati put the Royals 2 games in back of the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Division of the National Basketball Association. The Celtics rallied in the fourth quarter Wednesday night to come from behind and defeat Baltimore 100-87. Principal forces in the Celtic triumph were Frank Ramsey and Bill Russell. Ramsey put Boston in front 77-76 with a shot from the foul line with nine minutes left. Russell, Ramsey and John Havlicek quickly followed with six more points to give the Celtics complete command. Boston had seven men in double figures. Walt Bellamy was high for the Bullets with 22. At Detroit, the Pistons lost their 50th game of the NBA season 130-122 to the Philadelphia 76ers. The victory assured Philadelphia of at least a third- place finish in the Eastern Division. John Kerr scored 36 points for the 76ers, but Detroit's Bailey Howell had the game high with 42. TOURNEY DATE NEW YORK (UPD—The 1964 Biddy Basketball Tournament will be held at Jersey City, N.J., April 9-11. The participat ing teams in the tournament, which is restricted to boys and girls no taller than 5-feet-6 and 12 years of age and under, will be announced March 16. title locked up with 264 points in 12 games for a 22.0 average. Tom Dose of Stanford is second (19.6), Walt Hazzard of UCLA third (18.5), Al Young of USC fourth (17.3) and Dan Wolthers of Cal fifth (14.6). Bruce Ballmer of California hit 8-for-8 in his last game and now leads in field goal percentage (.576). Dose is the free throw champion (.828) and Ted Werner of Washington State leads Young, Clayton Raaka ol Stanford and Dose in a close battle among rebounders. Skiing event set for Stateline Apr. 17 •Fonl3na Apr. 21 'Riv. Poly Apr. 24 •Collon Apr. 23 -Pacific May 1 -Chaffcy May 5 -Rarr.cna May 8 'San Bdno. May 12 -Fontana Away 3:30 p.m. Varsity Coach — Joe DcMaggio JV Coach — Bill Foehncr -Citrus Belt League Games. . Hazzard, 16; Bradley, 13; eral manager E.J. Bavasi, aft-j Bradds, 13; Jackson, 12; Stallworth and Nash, 10 each. Hazzard. the flashy play- maker of the top-ranking Uclans, was the only player named on all nine ballots and rws -no pm ! in lhc tllird gamc of thc World |came within two points of BUS .ino p!m.| Series. i unanimous selection. Bradley, a With Drysdale in thc fold. the ; brilliant one-man gang in the Dodgers still have three major! j V y League, is the only re- players unsigned. They are Na-j pea tcr from last year's quintet, (ionat League Most ValuablejHe can play forecourt or back- Player Sandy Koufax, shortstop!court. He's also the only junior. Maury Wills and outfielderj Some professional scouts are Frank Howard. j skeptical about Bradds, who The Dodgers leave Saturdayjhas been an exeptionally fine shooter for the Buckeyes, because he's slender. But Jerry Lucas, the former Ohio Away 3:15 p.m. BUS 3:00 p.m. Away 3:0O p.m. RHS 3:00 p.m. Away 3:00 p.m. Away 3:00 p.m. RHS 3:00 p.m. RHS 3:00 p.m. Away 3:00 p.m. RHS 3:00 p.m. Away 3:30 p.m. RHS 3:30 p.m. Away 3:30 p.m. Away 3:30 p.m. I SSI S^! Fla " spring trainin Trout plant in local waters morning for their Vero Beach, camp league-leading Denver Invaders Friday night. The Blades, in fourth place in the Western Hockey League, tied the Portland Buckaroos Wednesday 3-3. Los Angeles took thc lead in the first two minutes of the game when Marc Coileau, assisted by Gordon Haworth and Frank Arnctt, tallied. But Portland came back to tie it. Cochran coaches Navy team Muslims cheer Clay but he has nothing to say CHICAGO (UPD—The leader of the Black Muslims Wednesday night said heavyweight champion Cassius Clay had admitted he was a member of the black supremacy sect but did STATELINE, Calif. (UPI) — Thc S12.000 Grand Prix of world professional skiing will be staged here this weekend at Heavenly Valley. The event gets under way on Friday with an exhibition race. A dual slalom will be run on Saturday, with the giant slalom set for Sunday. The action will be taped to be televised nationally March 14. Included among the skiers will be Hias Leitner of Austria, who finished in the top 10 in all three alpine events at the Winter Olympics at Innsbruck. Gold medal winners Egon Zimmerman and Pepi Stiegler. also of Austria, are expected to enter before race time. Zimmerman won a gold medal in the downhill, while Stiegler finished first in the slalom. The man to beat is Andrei Moltcrer, 32, biggest money- winner on thc pro circuit. Other top names competing include Adrien Duvillard, Pepi Trams- hammer, Ernst Hintersecr and Christian Pravda. Close By a favorite ARCADIA (UPI) —Close By, with Bill Shoemaker in the saddle, was the probable favorite today in the featured $10,000 Long Beach Purse at Santa Anita Race Track. In Wednesday's featured $29.750 San Marino Handicap Hold Me scored a three - quarter length victory over Follow Thru. Thc winner paid $11.40 to win. Broom II was third. BOTH ELLIOTS COACHING SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)Bump Elliott of Michigan has joined his coaching brother, Pete, of Illinois, as two-thirds State;of thc East staff in the annual reat who teamed with Gary a J East-West football Shrine game., couple of years ago, says hej Bea Shwartzwalder of Syra-;not say where he got his infor- can make it. Stallworth and I use will be the third coach. ' m ation. "I am glad that Cassius Clay was brave enough to say he was a Muslim," Elijah Muhammad told a cheering crowd of almost 5,000 Negroes at the group's annual national convention. "I am happy that he con- Mississippi; Lee. ifessed he is a believer." Lenox, Texas' Clay did not make any state- Northwestern; I ment about Black Muslim McLc-] membership in Miami Beach, NBA Standings By United Press International Boston Cincinnati Philadelphia New York W. 49 47 30 20 Western Division All-American basketball team announced by UPI _.. , , t v- t Ensign Robert O. Cochran The Department of Fish and. |on cd aboard the amphib- Game has scheduled the stock- |faus Msau , t M uss PRI i CE . .ng of catchable - size rainbow,^ (LpH . 5) coacned thc 'snf RernanHno Comtv S *' s basketbaU lcam to thc l 1964~United Press"InternaUonYllVanderbilt; fl ^»^!H r^! Un|! Be3ch NvaI BaSC cham -iAU- America basketbaU team AiM: Lopossa. Lake Arrowhead and Gregorj { pionsnip . x| ie lcam - s season j inc | uding p i ayer and college,'Lowry, West Virginia; LaKe ' | record was 23 wins and 5 • height, age, class, hometown, j more. Drake; Miller, Vander- 1 where he won the crown from NEW YORK (UPI) — Thef Kessinger. losses. TO ACTIVATE PLAN : Ensign Cochran is scheduled NEW YORK (UPD—A pen-jto be detached from PRINCE- sion plan originally proposed to'TON in April to report to Fleet National Basketball Association| Air Wing 10. Naval Air Station, players three years ago, will be'Moffett Field, Sunnydale, Cali- activated with the start of thcifornia. 1964-65 season. NBA players! Mr. Cochran is thc son of scoring, average: ibilt; Miller, Loyola (111.); Mur-jSonny Liston Tuesday night. Gary Bradds, Ohio State. 6-8,|rell. Kansas St.; NewsomeJ Attempts were made to reach 21, senior, Jamestown, Ohio,-Western Michigan; PardueJClay for comment on Muham- 31.1. (Virginia Tech; Reed. Gram-!mad's claim but thc new- San Francisco St. Louis Los Angeles Baltimore Detroit W. 40 38 35 29 17 Pet. .721 .681 .435 .286 Pet. .597 .567 .507 .424 .254 Wednesday's Results Boston 100 Baltimore 87 Philadelphia 130 Detroit 122 Los Angeles 103 Cincinnati 97 (Only games scheduled) Thursday's Games San Francisco at St. Louis (Only game scheduled) had threatened to strike prior j Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cochran 1 26*6" to the All-Star game in Boston ' Walt Hazzard. UCLA. 6-2, 22, senior, Philadelphia. 18.3. Cotton Nash, Kentucky. 6-5, 21, senior, Leominster, Mass., last month unless the owners and the league agreed to initiate a pension plan. of 248 Grand View drive, Red-j BiII Bradley. Princeton, 6-5, lands, California. He is agrad-! 20 junior Crystal city Mo . f uate of the Class of 1961, Uai-J3 2 g versity of Oregon. SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox 01H4 kr MK hs. TH *i. VS N» Of. 7'?1 "Let's have a nice turnout for our next meetfng—and remember our roll call topic: 'The Importance of Staying at Home With Our Children'.'" Dave Stallworth, Wichita, 6-7, junior, Dallas, Tex., 26.1. Second Team: Cazzie Russell, Michigan; Jeff Mullins, Duke; Mel Counts, Oregon State; Fred Hctzel, Davidson; Ron Bonham, Cincinnati. Third Team: Howard Komives, Bowling Green: Bill Buntin. Michigan; Paul Silas, Creighton; Jim Barnes, Texas Western Wally Jones, Villanova. Honorable Mention (3 or more votes) — Austin, Boston College; Barry, Miami (Fla.); Blue, Butler; Bryant. De Paul: Brody. Illinois; Buckley, Duke; Becker, Arizona St.; Bing, Syracuse; Cooper, Washington & Jefferson; Crawford, St. Bonaventure; Cunningham, North Carolina; Corace, LaSalle; Caldwell. Arizona St.; R. Collins, South Carolina; Craddock, Georgia Tech; Conley, Kentucky; D. Carrier, Western Kentucky: Deeken, Kentucky; Dzik, Detroit: Dose, Stanford; Estes, Utah St.; Elmore, Southern Fairchild, Brigham Young; Fos- Methodist; Egan, Loyola (111.); ter, Drake; Generalovich, Pittsburgh. Goodrich, UCLA; Gent, Michigan St.; Gehring, Miami (Ohio); Hunter, Loyola (III.); Hairston, New York U.; Harge, New Mexico; Johnson, San Francisco; Jarvis, Oregon St.; Jackson, Pan American; Kimball, Connecticut; Kramer, New York U.: Kaminsky, Yale; Koper, Oklahoma City. I bling; Rhine, Rice; Robinson, Wyoming; Rouse, Loyola (111.); Savage, North Texas St.; Schellhase, Purdue; Schultz, Tennessee; Schurig, Vanderbilt; Sergent, Morehead St; Sheffield, Notre Dame; Sheffield, Pittsburgh; Sloan, Evansville; Somerset, Duquesne; Strawder, Bradley. Tart, Bradley; Thomas, Xavier (Ohio); Thompson, Providence; D. Van Arsdale, Indiana; T. Van Arsdale, Indiana; Werkman, Seton Hall; Williams, Seattle; Williams, St. Francis (Pa.); Wilson Cincinnati; Wolford, Toledo. champion was not available. He said recently he would explain his position after the fight was over but failed to do so Wednesday. Rudolph Valentino Clay, the champion's younger brother and a heavyweight boxer also, told an impromptu news conference here Wednesday that he was a Black Muslim. TERRIER TV SEE & TRY RCA COLOR TELEVISION Authorized RCA Sales & Service 508 Orange PY 3-2743 -THE-YEAR ON - HOOD NYLON TIRES! BRAND NEW 7 95 EXCH. & TAX 670 x 15 Tube Typ* Blackball (Slighil/ Blemished) ALSO BRAKES SHOCKS ALIGNMENT (Front & Rear) BALANCING TRUEING THE READING BOYS Phil Denny- Brick Scott 609 N. EUREKA Bottom of Downtown Off Ramp PY 3-3277

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