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Three Terriers named to 1964 All CBL basketball team Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Feb. 28, 1964 - 7 Redlands High Terriers and San Bernardino Cardinals, co champions of the Citrus Belt League dominated the 1964 All CBL basketball teams selected by the Orange Empire Sportswriters Association. Center Tom McCutcheon, forward Jim Gardner and guard Hank Mercado were ail named to the first team from coach AI Endeman's Redlands high- five. Coach Dick Adair's Cardinals had scoring champion Ernie Powell, and Charles Miles and Jim Frame as members of the Citrus Belt league first team. Six of the 10 members of the first - team were unanimous choices. They were: Gardner, McCutcheon, Powell, Frame, John Lundquisl of Chaffey and, Eddie Folmar of Riverside. Filling out the first team] were Fontana's top rcboundcr and scorer Bill Brantley and Greg Hccr of Ramona. Heer, as did Mercado also gained all- CBL honors in football. The other member of the Terriers front line trio, hard working and a tough rebounder Bob Molenkamp was named to the second team. Redlands guard Ray Hurt received honorable mention. Gardner and Brantley were juniors making the first team. TOM MCCUTCHEON JIM GARDNER HANK MERCADO UR track team opens home season tomorrow University of Redlands track and field team will hold their first home meet of the season tomorrow starting at 1:30 p.m. on die Bulldog oval against Cal Tech. This is the firft confer- AIX-CBL riltST TEAM . ,. ro,. Tiivir school Av C .i e nce meet of the year lor tne F—Ernie Powell, SBHS - 24.SI F—Jim Gardner. Redlandf F—Eddie Folmer, Riverside T— Charles Miles* SBHS C—Tom McCutcheon, Redlands C—Bill Brantley. Fontana C,—John Lundquist. Cha'.fey. C—Jim Frame. SBHS G—Hank Mercado. Redlands G—Greu Heer, Ramona iGardner, Brantley, juniors, seniors.' Ar .t-cm, stcosn TKAW T —Sherman Sweeney. SBHS F—Alex Nackoul. Chaffey F—Bob Llamsr, Colton F—Bob Molenkamp. Redlands C—Kirk Hampson. Riverside - 7.2 C—Loren, Bnickcr. Chaffey n.4 G—Dave McDole. Pacific _ 11 .5 G—Gary Berchtold. Fontana 10.3 G—Ted Palmer, Ramona 11.2 G—Bill Stewart. Riverside 10.1 (McDole, Llamas, Brucker, juniors.) 16.4 1 host Redlands runners and 17 .5! . us jumpers. ISJjl In their opening test of the 1 a"l! 1964 campaign coach Ted Run owner's tracksters ran away with J-'both the varsity and freshmen titles at the 32nd annual Southern California Intercollegiate ,!!?!Athletic Conference Relays last rest j HONORABLE MEXTIOV PACIFIC — Mike Mead. Mike Thompkins. John Roddv. Roper Mosier. COLTON — Nick Martinez. Steve Kjorvestad. Lloyd Nolin. RAMONA — Dick Barton. CHAFFEY — Ken Molnar. RIVERSIDE — Curtis Cooper. FONTANA — Paul Zelts Larry Roma. REDLANDS—Ray Hurt. SBHS — Frank Fortney. '. n!s weekend. :a| Looking at the up and coming season coach Runner and his assistant Jack Savage have mixed emotions. The question is whether or not the team that looks good on paper can do as well on the cinders. another member of the short distance team. The quartermile — Beedy stands out again as the top performer with the removal of VanderKnyff who ran quarter in 47.5 last season. VanderKnyff will ramble in the 880 and drop back to the 440 depending upon the meet according to coach Runner. Barry Pulliam or Gary Byrne, with respective best times of 50.2 and 50.3 could add depth, a serious weakness in last years team. Rich Mc Dowell stands to be a big threat with a 47.2 frosh mark 880 yard run; mile, two mile — Dennis Kennedy and Steve Wyper, both transfers from San Bernardino Valley College will carry the strength in these divisions. VanderKnyffs talents will be used in the 880 part of t h e time. Although record Ellis meets Carter tonight NEW YORK (UPI) — Un- With a lot of talent the Bull- breaking performances may not dogs give an indication of be-l come here t,lcrc IS a certain ing able to beat almost any amount of d epth and consis- comnarablc competition, shown; tencv 10 be !ounA by the relays win The only weakness that could show the UR team is depth in the field event. Each field event has one standout who Kennedys best time in the 880 has been 1:59.1 while in the mile he has clocked 4:29.2. Wyper has turned in good times of 1:59.0 and 4:28.4. Rich , bevond that the power drops ranked James Ellis, a formeriswiftlv sparring partner and neighbor! The" running event look good of heavyweight champion Cas-i, vith a , ot of spoc(iv Bu udogs. si«s Clay, will try to duplicate j Jack VanderKnyff. in the quar- Clays upset triumph over Son-| ler> chuck Bccdv up ^ tne ny Liston tonight when he; (reshman ranks m , hc spr i n ts, meets heavily favored Rubin and lhc addition of Dennis Ken(Hurricane) Carter in a 10 -j nedv and stcvc Wvpw in thc round middleweight bout at llong distances aU bolster thc looks almost certain to break jGoycttc should be the Bulldogs the existing school record buti^P m '| cr Wlth a . 1bcst . 1t , ln } e of Madison Square Garden. Carter, the No. 1 challenger for Jcoy Giardello's middleweight title, will be seeking his 19th victory in 23 bouts in the nationally televised fight. Ellis, of Louisville, Ky., has won 15 pro bouts and lost only two. He numbers five kayocs among his victories and has exhibited a strong left hook. team. Looking at thc '64 team by- events its expected to be: 100 and 220 dashes — Led by record-breaker Jack VanderKnyff, thc 220 looms as the strongest sprint event for Redlands. Last year VanderKnyff, a junior from Tustin, turned in a record smashing 20.9 run that erased John Wallace's 1960 21.2 mark. Last vears frosh sensation SENT TO BELMONT Ichuck Bcedv, former Redlands HIALEAH, Fla. .(UPI)-Kclso high speedster, holds a best completely recovered from an time of 21.3, so he is sure to ankle injury that caused him to i improve this year. VanderKnyff miss the Widener Handicap,land Beedy should be the 1-2 will be hipped to Belmont! runners in thc 100 also. Park, March 7. but he may not Tony Albin will be a main return to action until early part of the sprint squad, with a summer, according to trainer 10.0 flat in the 100 and a 22 Carl Hanford. flat in thc 220. Jim Tomlin is Thunderbirds set new records in Indio meet |4:26. The two mile will be a battle between Goyette 9:49 and Gary Larsen 9:29. 120 High Surdles and 330 In termediate Hurdles — A trio of Bulldog timber toppers show signs of further strengthening an already powerful division. Back for his senior year is Jim McCracken who set the 330 yard hurdles record last year. Winds but golfers begin at New Orleans NEW ORLEANS (UPI)—Thc weatherman predicted cloudy skies and high winds today, but gave 160 golfers the go-ahead! to begin play in the 850,000 j Greater New Orleans Invita-| tional Golf Tournament. ! Heavy rains which soaked the Lakewood Country Club, course on the west bank of the Mississippi River Thursday forced postponement of the first round of action. Tournament officials said 18- holes will be played today, through Monday. They said the large field would not give the players time to get in 36 holes on Sunday. Cloudy skies and SO-degrce^ LAUNCESTON, Tasmania) temperatures were forecast for. 'UPI)—American racing driverj thc first round of the tourna-|Tim Mayer, 26, Dalton. Pa.J ment. Northerly winds up to 20; ncphcw 0{ Gov . Wi ii iam Scran-; utcr c , inching the sCIACjlead thc Bulldogs in scoring,,Loper, George NewMyer. Gary nines per nour v>crc also pre- Qf p cnnsy i van j a< was killed; cn ' alI1 p ionsh ip %vilh a 72-56 crushiwhilc Dick Fisher is the team's Smith, Dave Mohs. and Terry Qlcle<1 - 1 - ""'top rebounder with 176 beforeIFriedlander were all given an the Claremont game. S m i t h'ovation as Coach Lee Fulmer has totaled 332 points for thejput them in together for one season, while Engberg and Mohs [minute late in the second half, have 302 and 259 respectively. | Smith was given a standing ova- Tuesday night's game marked tion when he was taken out. In thc last appearance of five Bull-lthree years of varsity play, dog seniors on the court. Gary Smith has amassed 1001 points. MUDDY GOING — A member of the Inland Empire Four Wheeler club finds the going just to his liking on a recent trip to Dry Lakes on the way to Opal mountain this side of Barstow. The club made the trip, one of a series just after a rain. The Four Wheelers, a family type club, is planning another trip March 8th. They take one trip a month, either just a day jaunt or an overniter. Last week some 30 four wheel drive vehicles and drivers made a trip to the Salt on Sea area. Any person with a four wheel drive vehicle is eligible to join. Persons interested may contact Sheldon Rothstein Tuesday evening or early Monday morning for further information at 792-5863. Pictured is Mr. Rothstein'i jeep with its fully enclosed cab. It, as many others is equipped with two-way radio, extra gas and water and tow bars. l!Z!!^\Bulldogs finish conference season tomorrow night The invitational looked like a!toda - v whc " his " r . T ™ ^^ll 1 , 1Cla , remo ," t ; Ha " e - v ' Mu<id ' wide open battle with at least coursc ^smashed into a nee! Redlands w,U finish up the con- siv nlavers rated Dotenfhl win dunn " a ,rlal rlln for Satur ' fercncc scason tomorrow night Site S 'first days South Pacific International WhiUier. The varsity tip-off ™. ,. , , , . ' , al meet. will be at 8:30 p.m. The list of favorites included „ . .,,..„i ;„J ^- » , .u „ , T > n Arnold Palmer and Jack Nick- u Ma - ver \. car , *™ '"/chng! Next week, he U of R will laus. Tony Lcma. Billv Casper, between 12a and lo0 miles an,engage with NAIA District 3 s Gary Plaver and defendin" " r cn accident oc-i independent champion Cal Wcst- championBo Winin"cr "ieurrcd on thc Longford racingjern. March 3. 4 and 5 will bej ____ 1_! 'circuit. He was thrown aboutjthc dates of thc play-off that; 60 feet through the air. iwill take place in Pomona. The! DOQOePS head ,Iis wifc - Garril. who was winner will travel to Kansas! - 3. . . clocking Mayers lap timesCity for the national play-j TOr PlOrida from the pits, learned of thc[offs. Lawn Bowlers host club from Riverside The Redlands Lawn Bowling Club was host to more than 40 members of the Riverside team Wednesday on the Sylvan Park greens. A total of 12 triple 14 end games were played in the morning and the same number in the afternoon. Riverside „ „ , „ , ... , ,, , ., , ... leans Open golf tournament will chalked up thc win by a total be tc ]e vised LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Si.\ty- six Los Angeles Dodger players, coaches and miscellaneous personnel head for Dodgcrtown. Vero Beach, Fla., aboard thc club's prop-jet plane Saturday Thc World Champion Dodgers, their delegation headed by president Walter O'Malley. will begin workouts Sunday afternoon. The Dodgers play their first spring exhibitions in Mexico City March 13-14-15. mishap when the public address system announced he was involved "in a very bad accident." GOLF ON TV NEW ORLEANS (UPI)-Two rounds of the Greater New Or- NBA Standings Eastern Division plus score of 46 points. Thc contest was held for the Gilbert Morse trophy. A second playoff will be held on thc Redlands greens March 4th which will decide the winner of thc trophy. The visitors were welcomed by Ray Canterbury, president of the Redlands club SELLS SUNRISE FLIGHT BOWIE, Md. (UPI) — John Murrell of Dallas, Tex., sold Sunrise Flight Thursday to a group of breeders from Maryland and Pennsylvania for ap- John Cleveland and Jan Pcrs-|Jump — Earls (Y), Martin (Y) son set new records as Yucaipaland Prior (I) (tic), 5 ft. 11 in. high Thunderbird track a ndlVarsity Final Score: Yucaipaiproximately S500.000 field team raced to a 64-40 win j 64, Indio 40. Murrell retained one-third in- over Indio yesterday in a non-[ CLASS B [tercst in the five-vcar-old son league meet. Cleveland turned | 100 — Wicrzbicki (1). Voider-j of Double Jay. wlio will race! tional tennis tournament start- back and a defensive halfback the mile m 4:44.6 to break the,rain (Y). Orme (1), 10.8. 220— under his colors until he is re-ling next Monday. for thc Warriors last season .....J Inri- ..An.. 1... TJ „ U I TT-lt \ l_ <T. ,1': t_:_l' .T. ' - weekend by nationally this Sports Network. tions. Thc second round on Saturday (Feb. 29) will be televised from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., EST. Air time for the third round Sunday (March 1) will be from 4:30 to 6:00 p.m., EST. ANNOUNCE TOP SEEDS CARACAS (UPI) — Australia's Roy Emerson, competing without the permission of the W. L. Pet. Boston 49 19 .721 Cincinnati 47 22 .681 Philadelphia 30 36 .455 New York 20 50 .286 Western Division W. L. Pet. San Francisco 41 27 .603 St. Louis 38 30 .551 Los Angeles 35 34 .507 Baltimore 29 38 .424 Detroit 17 50 .254 Wednesday's Results San Francisco 107 St. Louis 97 j (Only game scheduled) Dave Mohs and Gary Smith and Bob Engberg continue to Athletics open but Finley not celebrating KANSAS CITY. Mo. (UPD- The Kansas City Athletics launched their 1964 baseball scason today by officially opening spring training in Florida. But Charles O. Finley wasn't celebrating. Neither was the team's hometown. Instead, while the players worked out under the sun. their owner met with city officials in the third consecutive day of ne- Hall of Fame Clarke Hinkle and four linemen named NEW YORK (UPI)—Fullback'Curley Lambeau. Johnny Blood Clarke Hinkle, whose fierce iMcNally. George P. Marshall, spirit enabled him to rival | Tim Mara, Nagurski, Ernie Friday's Games Detroit vs. New York at Boston San Francisco at Boston Los Angeles at Baltimore Cincinnati vs. Philadelphia at Scranton, Pa Australian Tennis Federation,led Football League, has signed and Carol Hantze Susman of to play with the Ottawa Chula Vista, Calif., were;Rough Riders of Canada's East- named top seeds Wednesday 'ern Football Conference nextj for the ninth Caracas Interna- season ...... record set last year by Bob Hough who finished second yesterday. Persson, only a sophomore went out 21 feet in the long jump for a new record. Another outstanding performance for coach Al Murray's T-Bird runners was turned in by Steve Martin. Martin won the 440 in 53.7, was second in the high jump and anchored the 880 relay team to a victory by just a step. In class C competition Jerry Fiske took first in the 100, and 180 dashes and won the long jump. Handling the field events for Yucaipa is coach Clay Brooks. VARSITY 100 — Davis (1), Cripe (Y). Authur (1), 10.3. 220 — Persson (Y), Authur (1), Goddard (1), 24.2. 440 — Martin (Y), Stout (Y), Drowley (1), 53.7. 880 — Gillette (Y), Maas (I), Ridoz- way (I), 2:06.1. Mile — Cleveland (Y), Hough (Y), Lopez (I), 4:44.6. 880 Relay — Yucaipa (Bain, cripe, Persson, Martin), 1:35.3. 120 HH — Dean (Y), Montez (I), Spillman (Y), 17.1. 120 LH — Davis (I), Cripe (Y), Zimmerman (I), 13.4. Shot Put- White (I). McConnell (Y), Fcgu- son (I), 51 ft. 5 3 A in. Long Jump — Persson (Y), Bain (Y), Goddard (I). 21 ft. Pole Vault — Towssainl (I), Cripe (Y), Prior (I), 11 ft. High, Ellcrbrook (I). Wicrzbicki (I). Velderrain (Y). 24.0. 660 — Rampoldt (Y), Krause (I), Mor rison (1), 1:34.1. 1320 — Pres ton (I), Garcia (I), Soto (I). 4:04.4. 660 Relay — Indio. 1:12.4. 70 HH — King (I), Wessman (Y) O'Neil (I). 10.2. 120 HH — King (I). O'Neil (I), Wessman (Y), 15.2. Shot Put — Bright (Y). Manzo (1), Ruiz (I), 52 ft. l=i in. Long Jump — Oakes (Yi. Orme (I). Velderrain (Y), 17 ft. 8 in. Tole Vault — Amerson (Y), Saverino (Y), Soto (I), 10 ft. 6 in. High Jump- King (I), Oakes (Y). Amerson (Y), 5 ft. 4 in. Class B. Final score: Indio 50, Yucaipa 36. CLASS C 100 — Fiske (Y), Ingram (I), Precie (I). 11.1 180 — Fiske (Y) Shabita (I), Carrillo (I), 20.4. 660 — Peralcs (I), Jenkins (Y), Farrer (I), 1:34.7. 1320 — Roug- ely (I). Hovell (Y), J. Gillette (Y). 3:39.8. 440 Relay — Indio, 49.3. 120 LH — Ingram (I), Hovell (Y), L. Dean (Y). 15.0. Shot Put — McLachlan (I), R. McLachlan (I), Moxley (Y), 47 ft. 11 in. Long Jump — Fiske (Y). Perales (I), Villalobos (I), 17 ft. 11 3-4 in. Pole Vault — Sorenson (Y). Runnels (I), (no third). 10 ft. High Jump — O'Malley (I), Villalobos (I), Hovell (Y), 5 ft. Class C Final Score: Indio 52, Yucaipa 33. for Municipal Stadium. Until a lease is signed, the Athletics have no place to play their regular season home games. Finley and Mayor Ilus W. Davis were scheduled to begin another meeting at 12 a.m EST. Finley sought a way to rent the stadium for the next four years without legally binding the team to Kansas City for the duration of the lease. Davis demanded a lease stipulating the Athletics could not be transferred for any reason be- Mosolf was a quarter-! fore 1968. The negotiations have cen tered on that provision of the city's proposed lease since Wednesday, when Finley came here from Chicago saying he was ready to sign a four-year lease and play ball. SIGN WITH RIDERS OTTAWA (UPI) — Michael Mosolf, formerly with the Indianapolis Warriors of thc Unit Bronko Nagurski as a great runer, and four of the most versatile linemen in history were among seven men elcted today to pro football's hall of fame. Named along with Hinkle. four-time all-pro fullback of the Green Bay Packers, were center George Trafton. tackles Ed Healey and Link Lyman, guard Mike Michalske. Pittsburgh Nevers and Jim Thorpe. The new members were elected by a committee of nine newspapermen and Conzelman. Conzelman, a member of the 10-man selection committee, posed a problem for the board when he protested his election. However, the St. Louis resident, who also served pro football as a coach and executive, was elected in a parliamentary pro- Stceler founder and owner Artj cedure whereby his name was Rooney and halfback Jimmy paired with Rooney's for a Conzelman. All seven are living; vo ' ce vote - Conzelman was un- and expected to be present in' aD ' c to ra i se a dissenting voice Canton. Ohio, next Sept. 61 before thc motion was carried, when they will be inducted into I The seven new P ro immor- SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads SWORN IN—Stan Musial, right, is congratulated by President Johnson as he takes office as special consultant for the White House Physical Fitness Program. Musial is holding a picture which he autographed for the President. In center is Herbert Miller, White House staff assistant LUBE ROOM 5opics By DICK ANDERSON Some people who travel take their homes with them. Using the new pick-up coach, travelers can enjoy America even more by camping anywhere. Far from primitive, the coach contains all modem conveniences. DICK ANDERSON'S MOBIL SERVICE • EXPERT LUBRICATION & BRAKE SERVICE V ' ' 8 W R«dlondi Blvd iT .l. 793-3269 RfOlANDS the shrine. Sports writers tabbed Hinckle "The Lackawana Express" dur ing his years of ball carrying when he was fullback for three consecutive years for the Bi sons of Bucknell University. He was graduated in 1932 and was on the Packer team until he entered the Coast Guard in World War II. After that he coached for the Packer's. Already enshrined in the pro football Hall of Fame are Sammy Baugh, Bert Bell, Joe Carr. Dutch Clark, Red Grange, Mel Hein. George Halas, Pete Henry, Cal Hubbard, Don Hutson, tals all come from the early years of the game when it was struggling to win recognition alongside the colleges. It was not until 1950 that pro football entered the "boom period" which has made it a rival to baseball as the country's national pastime. Hinkle, Trafton, Healey, Lyman, Michalske and Conzelman were elected for their playing ability while Rooney . was honored as a club founder and a dedicated apostole of pro football who helped the sport survive its dreary formative years. YouVe heard about it! Schick Stainless Steel Double Edge Blades Jits all doable edge razors perfectly! for...l0...15, even more shaves per Wade WINN'S Daily 8-9 DRUG STORE Corner Colton and Orange Sunday 9 - 5 PY 3-2804 FREE Parking S. & H. Green Stamps Prescription Delivery (FREE in Redlands)

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