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Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, Feb. 29,1964-7 Thunderbirds beat Loara 56-49: meet Chino Dennis Hare buckets 28 for Yucaipa five By JOHN W. LENKER The Yucaipa High Thunderbirds advanced in the CIF "AA" playoffs last night after posting an impressive 56-49 victory over the Loara Saxons before a large crowd in the Redlands High School Terrier Gymnasium Dennis Hare, 6-2 forward for coach Kent Hayden's DVL champion Thunderbirds, led the way to the victory as he scored 28 points. Guard Dave Sorenson netted nine, and forward Jerry Priebe and guard Charles Chiappone each added six markers. Yucaipa opened scoring and led for three minutes until Loara's 6-6 center Gary Schmidt tip ped in two points to tie the score at 5-5. A three point play by Loara's Alan Gladstone made the score 8-5, and the Saxons held off Yucaipa until the score at the end of the first quarter was 10-9 Loara. On two free throws apiece by Priebe and Hare, the Thunderbirds moved into a 13-10 lead which they only managed to hold for two minutes. In the next two minutes, Loara came alive to score eight points to only two for Yucaipa, and they moved to an 18-15 lead. Tie Seer: A free throw by Priebe and two by sophomore center Ron Wallace knotted the score at 1818. A technical foul was then called on Loara, because a substitute failed to report before entering the game. Hare took the charity shot and sank it putting Yucaipa ahead 19-18. Yucaipa led for the rest of t h e game. A basket by Dave Sorenson, two by Hare, and a free throw by Wallace ended scoring in the first half for the Thunderbirds. Two buckets by Wallace ended Loara's scoring for the first half, . and the score at half time was 26-22 Yucaipa. Cold and Hot Opening the third quarter the two teams fought on equal terms for the first minute and a half, but then Loara hit a cold streak and Yucaipa hit a hot streak; when the smoke cleared, Yucaipa was on top by 10 points 39-29. The remaining three minutes of the third quarter saw neither team gaining much of an advantage, and the score stood at 45-36 Yucaipa. In the opening minutes of the last stanza, Loara pulled within five points of the T Birds, but one free throw apiece by Chiappone and Wallace and a basket by Sorenson put the lead back to 49-40. Loara battled back to within four points late in t h e quarter 53-49, but two free throws by Chiappone and one by Randy Rubottom put the game out of reach as the buz zer sounded ending the game at 56-49. Hire Stars Hare played a great game, sinking eight of eight free throws and hitting ten of 16 field goals attempted. He rebounded well and many times passed to team mates under the basket. In the losing effort, the Sax ons of Loara High School in Anaheim showed a balanced scoring attack with three players scoring in double figures. Gladstone had 14, and Wallace and Schmidt each had 10. Brent Romney added eight, and Mike Iven bad five to round out the starting five. Box score: Yucaipa FG FT T Hare 10 8 23 Priebe 1 4 6 Wallace 1 3 3 Sorenson 3 3 9 Chiappone 0 6 6 Reynolds 0 3 3 Rubottom 0 1 1 Loara FG FT T Iven 1 0 Romney 2 4 8 Wallace 5 0 10 Gladstone 5 4 14 Schmidt 4 2 10 Armstrong 1 l 3 Harper 1 0 Score by quarters: Yucaipa 9 17 19 11—56 Loara 10 12 14 13—49 Yucaipa to play Chino next in Terrier gym Chino high school ran up a 7t-52 sore against Charter Oak last night in CIF Class AA play and will thus be Yucaipa's next opponent. Since Yucaipa will have the choice, the next game is expected to be in the Redlands high boys gym Tuesday night. Yucaipa dumped Loara 5449 in its CIF playoff bracket last night to stay in the AA race. HOW ST. GEORGE BECAME THE DRAGON NBA Standings Eastern Division W. L. Pet. Boston 50 19 .725 Cincinnati 48 22 .686 Philadelphia 30 37 .448 New York 20 51 .282 Western Division W. L. Pet. .594 .551 .514 .426 .265 San Francisco 41 28 SL Louis 38 30 Los Angeles 36 34 Baltimore 29 39 Detroit 18 50 Friday's Results Detroit 112 New York 110 Boston 107 S. Francisco 92 Los Angeles 115 Baltimore 112 Cincinnati 134 Philadelphia 132 Saturday's Games Detroit vs. Boston at N. Y. San Francisco at New York Cincinnati at Philadelphia Los Angeles at SL Louis < Rams nip Terriers 1-0 in opener of baseball season Although A r i e Franken pitched four innings of no-hit ball yesterday afternoon, the Redlands Terrier varsity base ball team lost its first practice game of the season by a 1-0 margin to Ramona of Riverside Coach Joe DeMaggio said he is "still very optimistic about the season's prospects" despite yesterday's loss. He said he was most pleased with the caliber of pitching by both Franken and Ronnie Brejt fus but was disappointed at the failure of the team to get hits when most needed. Actually, Ramona managed to hit only one ball out of the infield but picked up three infield hits and two errors to spoil the Terrier debut. The long but winning run came in the fifth inning on an infield hit and an error. The Terrier varsity will be in action again next Tuesday on the RHS field in a practice game with Eisenhower high schooL The game will start at p.m. Ramona 000 010 0—1 4 3 Redlands .. .000 000 0-0 3 2 Salter, Hall (4) & Heer, Dewolf (7); Franken, Breitfus (5) & Campbell. Terrier JY team loses by 6-5 score The Terrier Jayvee baseball team picked up eight hits but could score on just five of them to go down to defeat before the Ramona Jayvees by a 5-6 score. The game was tied up 5-5 at the end of six innings but Ramona came back to score the winning mark in the eighth inning on the Ramona field. Pitcher Gary Steddum gave up two hits while striking out five and also helped the cause along by scoring two runs on two hits — including the lone home run of the game. Tim VanHorn was 2 for 3 and Dale Lopez was 2 for 5. The Jayvee managed even errors against only three for Ramona. Bulldogs in final game tonight at Whittier The University of Redlands Bulldogs, already posting an early season 62-47 victory over Whittier college, will be after a like score tonight as they go against the Poets in the final SCIAC game of the eason. If the Bulldog quintet posts a win at Whittier tonight, they will have a 9-0 eason in conference play. But Lee Fulmer's five has USF Dons sneak pas San Jose 48-46 By United Press Intentional The University of San Francisco today had its ticket to the NCAA Western Regional tournament and its second consecu- to within two points of the lead. But neither team could score in the final three minutes of play. USF's Ollie Johnson hit 25 points and grabbed 15 rebounds tive West Coast Athletic Con-'to lead all players in both deference championship. The USF Dons eliminated half of their remaining competition for the WCAC title Friday night already clinched the SCIAC j by sneaking past San Jose State championship and will go j 48-46. But it took a last second, against Cal Western in district 143-42 victory by Loyola over the partments. University of California at Santa Barbara—freshman members of the WCAC whose decisions do not count in conference standings this season—got their 18th win in 2S starts with a 70-59 win over stubborn Santa $70,000 or more Koufax signs with LA. Dodgers for 1964 LOS ANGELES (UPD—A sat- terms he accepted, estimated at WHL standings W L T Pts. FG GA Denver 41 21 2 84 294 186 Seattle 27 28 4 58 223 193 Portland 26 28 6 58 198 207 Los Angeles 26 28 5 57 184 216 San Francisco 27 31 2 56 194 227 Vancouver 23 34 3 49 197 216 Friday's Results Los Angeles 8 Denver 3 San Francisco 4 Seattle 3 (overtime) Portland 3 Vancouver 2 Saturday's Schedule No games scheduled. isfied Sandy Koufax was among the Los Angeles Dodgers cm barking on the club's private plane today for Florida and the start of spring training. It was not until the eve of the team's departure that pitching sar Koufax and General Manager E. J. (Buzzie) Bavasi came to terms. Best guesses were that Koufax signed for something between $70,000 and $75,000. That put Koufax, the National League's most valuable player and Cy Young Pitching Award winner, about on a par with pitcher Don Drysdale who also signed earlier in the week for something better than $70,000. The Koufax agreement left shortstop Maury Wills and outfielder Frank Howard as the only Dodgers not under contract Howard was given permission to report a week later because of personal business affairs and ne will meet with Bavasi later on terms. But the general manager said he had not heard from Wills who was offered the same terms he received last season, about $46,000. Koufax and Bavasi went into conference Friday afternoon following published reports that the 25-game winner had demanded $90,000 under threat to quit baseball if he did not get that amount. The handsome southpaw, however, stressed following his 2li- hour meeting with Bavasi that at no time had he asked for $90,000 and he as happy with the about double what he got last season. "Sandy is a lot happier about the contract than I am," said Bavasi, "but I am pleased we gave him what he. wanted." And Koufax, with a sigh of relief, grinned, "I'm just happy a deal was made.' Blades take on Seattle LOS ANGELES (UPD — The Los Angeles Blades take today off in preparation for meeting the Seattle Totems in the sports arena Sunday. The Blades rolled over the Western Hockey League champion Denver Invaders Friday night 8-3 after falling behind 3-1 in the second period. Champs at Long Beach LONG BEACH (UPD— Four world champions were among the 1,500 track and field athletes competing today at the 23rd Long Beach Relays at Veterans Memorial Stadium. Foremost in competition at the track extravaganza were Henry Carr of Arizona who holds the 220-yard record around a turn of 20.3 seconds; Adolph Plummcr of the Southern California Striders, the 440 - yard champion; hot putter Dallas Long of the Pasadena Athletic Association; and the Arizona State mile relay team which set a mark in that event. Moore homers boost UR to 6-5 triumph Back - to - back homers by catcher John Moore helped the University of Redlands to a 6-5 triumph in its baseball season opener against La Verne. Moore blasted a three - run round-tripper in the first inning and came back with a solo four bagger in the fourth. A home run by sophomore shortstop Ted Acres in the eighth frame gave the Bulldogs its winning margin. Bill Bruns, Jim Hogan and Gary Sherman shared the pitch ing chores with three innings each, but Hogan was credited with the win. Score by innings: Redlands ...300 100 110-6 9 1 La Verne .. .002 001 101—5 8 2 Too much weight, too many years Rocky turns down $2 million By OSCAR FRALEY UPI Sports Writer FORT LAUDERDALE (UPI) —Rocky Marciano, who retired eight years ago as undefeated heavyweight champion of the world, today turned his back on Cassius Clay and a $2,000,000 jackpot because "all desire is gone." Sought for a lucrative come back attempt, Marciano dis closed that he bad tried for a month and a half to get into shape but finally decided that the calendar and his calorics both were against him. 'I'd like to give it a whirl and the more I think about it the more tempting it seems, said the Rock. "But the years and the weight are against me. Marciano. admitted that he long has contemplated h i s chances of making a successful comeback. Even this week, when Clay dethroned Charles (Sonny) Liston, it still was in his mind. 'But I talked it over with my wife and she's against it," he sighed. "I just wish I had gotten serious about it six months ago or more." Answer is Pride The total answer for Marciano is pride. The Brockton blockbuster sailed through an all-winning career of 49 bouts in which he never tasted defeat Forty-three of his opponents went out by the knockout route. Only six went to a decision, all in Marciano's favor. He won the title on Sept. 23 1952, by knocking out Jersey Joe Walcott in the 13th round of their title fight at Philadelphia. Then, on April 27, 1956, he retired undefeated. "I can't bring myself to throw all that away, even for money" Marciano explained. "I couldn't fight Clay, or anybody else, unless I felt right and that I had the old feeling that I'd win." "But the drive isn't there," he confessed quite candidly while promoters hammered at the door. "I don't feel that I can recapture that old feeling and, without it, I'd be perpetrating a fraud. I couldn't do that for all the money in the world." Zooms to 230 When he quit the ring, Marciano weighed 186V4 pounds. Today he scales close to 230 because "I love to eat." "In those days," he remembered, "I never let myself get out of condition. I'd lay off af-' ter a fight and maybe get as high as 210 pounds. But it was not the kind of weight that was hard to take off. That's because I had the determination. Now I don't. Somehow, I just don't have the drive." Marciano still feels that he could defeat Clay, primarily on contrasting styles. Where Liston missed with straight punches, the bobbing and weaving Marciano of old came in like a road scraper, throwing round-house punches with both hands, and he feels that a ducking and relating Clay would have been made to order. "It's a helluva decision to make," he said, "because I still feel that I'm the champion and that in .my prime I could have beaten anybody. Yet time marches on and there are too many factors to be weighed." He stretched out, patted a rotund stomach and sighed again. "I wish I had a year or so going for me. But I hit 40 last September and the odds are just too great the way I feel. I've got 10 or 15 things going for me, and while the money always has to be a great temptation, I guess I have to pass." A great champion, the Rock. And an honest man in a day of charlatans. Hebert, Rudolph take lead in New Orleans NEW ORLEANS (UPD—Lion­ el Hebert and Mason Rudolph, playing their best golf of the year, took a two-stroke lead into the second round of the S50.000 Greater New Orleans In- itational Tournament today. A drier course, 15-mile per hour winds and a badly shaken field of 158 professionals and amateurs waited for Hebert and Rudolph at the Lakewood Country Club. Hebert, a native of Lafayette, La., and Rudolph, playing out of Lehigh Acres, Fla., fired four- under-par 68's in the first round Friday despite puddles, strong northerly winds and a course that provided little roll for their drives. Both said they played their best rounds of the year. Both had five birdies and a bogey. Dave Marr of New Rochelle, N.Y., and Jack Nicklaus of Columbus, Ohio, were the only oth er golfers to give the course much of a beating. They both scored 70s. Back of them were Gay Brewer Jr., Bobby Nichols, Dutch Harrison, Bob Rosburg, Dan Sikes, Ken Venturi and Frank Hawkins with 71 each. Bruce Crampton, Billy Maxwell, Ken Still and Juan Rodriguez were even par and after that were more than 140 professionals and amateur victims of the 7,020-yard course. The long course, with its 11 lakes, numerous doglegs and soggy fairways proved too tough Friday for Arnold Palmer, Tony Lema, Billy Casper, defending champion Bo Wininger, Gary Player and most of the other big names on the Professional Golfers Association tour. Palmer, who has never done well here, pushed his way through a 38-38—76 Friday and was way back in the field. Wininger and Lema, this year's leading money winner, were tied with Palmer. Player, who shot a 65 in practice Wednesday shot a 75 Friday. NAIA playoffs in Kansas City, j Tonight's final league game will be in the Poet's gym in Whittier, starting at 8:30 p.m NAIA playoffs next Tuesday in;University of Pacific to maketciara. And St. Mary's came from behind to whip Pepperdine 75-67 in a regular WCAC contest. Nevada Wins Crown The University of Nevada wrapped up the Far West Conference championship with an 80-62 win over Cal State at Hayward. The conference title means a berth in the NCAA College Division Western Re- gionals at Fresno. Calif., next weekend. Actually, the FWC title was decided minutes before Nevada's victory when runnerup Chico State was upset by the Cal Ag­ gies. 74-64. One of the nation's top-ranked small college teams. Fresno State, warmed up for the NCAA college division tourney by smothering Westmont 113-61. Maurice Talbot led the winners with 38 points and 29 rebounds. Other Friday night results along the West Coast: San Francisco State 76 Sacramento State 67, Portland State 80 Eastern Oregon 75, Oregon Tech 99 Oregon College 71. Willamette 82 Pacific (Ore.) 81. a best 2 of 3 series at Pomona's!USF's claim to the crown offi- gym. The winner will go intojcial. Both San Jose State and UOP were 5-3 in the conference and tied for second place behind USF (8-0) before Friday night's action. The results of the two key WCAC games Friday night left USF four games in front with three conference games to play. The Dons, riding a 14-game winning streak, tonight play the last team to beat them—the University of California at Santa Barbara. The Gauchos turned the trick in the major upset of the annual WCAC Christmas tournament last December. Big Six Big Six teams, which enjoyed a rare Friday night of rest, return to action tonight. Washington State is at UCLA, Stanford travels to Seattle to oppose Washington and Southern California is at Berkeley against California. With the Bix Six crown firmly in the hands of top-ranked UCAL, the conference spotlight shifts to the battle for second place between California (8-4) and Stanford (7-5) with three games to play. Two teams which will be in the NCAA regionals with UCLA and USF next month had close calls Friday night. Oregon State held off a late rally by Oregon to defeat the Ducks 71-68. The Beavers, who Cardinals fall 70-60 to Pasadena in CIF playoffs San Bernardino's Cardinals failed to survive their second round of the California Inter- cholastic Federation Class AAA basketball playoffs last night suffering a 70-60 loss to Pasadena. Citrus Belt League scoring ace Ernie Powell dropped in 28 points before being removed from the game on personal fouls with 1:09 remaining and the Cards four points behind. The Pasadena Bulldogs, run­ nerup in the Foothill League, held a slim 29-27 lead at the halfway mark, and outscored the San Bernardino quintet in the final periods. SBHS Coach Dick Adair ques tioned the removal of Powell on fouls, maintaining that his top scorer had committed only four personals, not five. Colton officials hope for big day on strip The old adage, "March winds bring April showers", wasn't greeted with any enthusiasm at the Colton Drag Strip, after breezes abbreviated last Sunday's speedfest at the track two miles west of Colton. This Sunday's meet ushers in the month of March, which is noted for its winds, but Colton officials are crossing their fingers hoping the gusts will take a vacation, during the 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. runs. Gusts ranging from 30 to 80 m p h visited the strip last Sunday, precluding any runs for top eliminator. Rise-Campbell of San Bernardino had one non-competitive run at 161.87 m p h, after the winds abated somewhate. The Shifters Car Club of San Bernardino, with Gilbert Palomino at the wheel, won little eliminator at 122.54 m p h, while J & M Speed Center of Riverside took stock eliminator at 113.69. Perry Witt of Ontario led Class A gas at 107.00 m p h, with an elapsed time of 12.99 The Shifters E T was 11.91 sec onds, while J & M turned the quarter mile in 12.91. F. E. Mikesell of Glendora topped the gas stocks, at 115.60 and 12.62; Frank Bickley of Arcadia, the Class B modifieds at 101.78 and 13.90, while W. C. Rilhison of Fullerton led the B stocks at 108.00 and 13.15. got a 31-point performance from Mel Counts, won their 11th in row and 24th in 27 starts this season. Both teams conclude their seasons tonight. Chieftains Extended The NCAA-bound Seattle Chieftains were extended to overtime before they pulled out 101-99 win over the pesky Portland University Pilots. Greg Vermilion's 12-foot jump shot at the buzzer in overtime provided Sattle's margin of victory. The Chieftains concluded their regular schedule with a 2p-5 record. | USF got a scare when Sanj Jose's Pete Newell Jr. hit two jump shots with three minutes j remaining to pull the Spartans j SBYC defeats Santa Ana Dons in 76-70 upset A second half rally carried San Bernardino Valley College to a 76-70 upset over the Santa Ana Dons last night on the SBVC timbers. The win evened the Indian's Eastern Conference basketball record at 8-8, and gave the second place Dons a 10-5 mark. Guard Andy Brown bucketed 20 points to pace SBVC. and Bob Davis was next with 16. Jim Wright contributed 13. Ken Jeske 12 and Dennis Crane 11. A field goal by Davis and five free throws by Jeske provided the winning margin for the Indians after Santa Ana took a 70-69 lead with less than three minutes remaining. SBVC drew 30 personal fouls and Santa Ana was charged with 26 in the wild duel. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Bruins meet Washington State Cougars LOS ANGELES (UPI) — UCLA's undefeated and nationally top-rated basketball team meets the Washington State Cougars tonight in t h e Sports Arena and the Bruins were heavily favored to keep their winning streak intact. The meeting is the third this season between the Bruins and the Cougars. UCLA won their first engagement by a narrow 88-83 score but then blasted their northern foes 121-77, a rec ord score for the Bruins. UCLA clinched the Big Six ti tie and a berth in the NCAA western regional playoffs last Monday by beating Washington at Seattle. The Bruins, howev er, are intent upon maintaining their winning streak which stands at 23 games going into tonight's contest. BARBER IMPROVING EMPORIA, Va. (UPI)— Sportscaster Walter (Red) Bar ber was reported somewhat improved after suffering ad apparent heart attack Sunday night. The veteran broadcaster and Mrs. Barber were en route to the New York Yankees spring training headquarters in Florida. At Empire Bowl: Junior Major High Game — Arnie Franz 240, Series — Ben Peters 640. 200 Club — Ben Peters 227, Jim White 202, Lou Nava 212, Mel Harshman 215, Sonny Cape hart 202, Lafe Brown 231, Frank Labagnara 208, Harold Steuven 216, Bill Stell 207, Bob Phelps 212, Howard Burkhart 231, Joe Concil 215, Al Otterbeck 208, Arnie Franz 240, Joe English 207, Andy Scherrer 210, George Lincoln 203, Rich Mulder 235, Red Pool 212, Duane Sauvage 212, Lanny Ell 201. Standings: Wayne Gossett Ford 56-19, Cunninghams Phar. 45V4-29V4, Gaugh Plumbing 4431, Trophy Award 40-35, Sedgwick Arnegard Ins 37-38, Ells Sheet Metal 34-41, Anderson Union Service 33-42, Thelmas Fine 31-44, Plantes Cabinet Shop 30 45, Team Ten 23V4-51V4. Even Dozen High Game — Carl Giese 237, Series — Wayne McLeod 635. 200 Club — Jack Waters 214, George Kanatani 206, Ernie Guerrero 218, Jim Wilson 200, Earl Williams 213, Howard Collins 200, Phil Sotello 224, Bob Fisher 216, Dwayne Brandon 218, Paul Andreise 200, George Loomis 203, Bob Welsh 210, Preach Fultz 200, Tom De Young 209, Wayne McLeod 222, Bob Rodgers 208, Paul Hill 200, George Andrews 211, Bob Moyer 203, Aryel Kinslow 205, Carl Giese 237. Standings: Calif. Water and Tel Two 60-40, Inland Septic 59V4-40;=, Brookside Dairy 5743, U-Rundle Mek-A-Nix 56-44, Goods Wearing Apparel 5644, Sanitary Plumbing 56-44, Calif. Water and Tel One 54V4-45V4, Pure Gold 49V4-50V5, U-Rundle HiFires 49-51, Bills Barber Shop 46W-53V4, Bob's Ready Mix 45%-54V4, Mentone Liquors 42-58, Brookside Mar -j ket 39-61, Sunset Tile and Roof ing 29V=-70V4. Teachers High Game and Series — AI Drusedum Wearn 169, 236, 460. 565, Tedds 200 Club — Al Endeman 222, Chuck Turner 203, Chan Bailey 204, Al Grusedum 236. Standings: 14 K Kernels 5022, Chuckles 41-31, Crafty Ones 37-35, Bridge Tolls 37-35, Dillys 36"-i-34',i, Bawi Keras 35'h-35Vi, El Flickers 33-39, Presidents 3240, Onnie Kerns 31-41, Tailend- ers 27-45. Junior Womens Handicap High Game and Series — Judy Pool 222, 534. 200 Club — Judy Pool, Joan Jensen 200. Standings: Redlands Plumbing 41-22, Levines 38-25, Skyberg 36V4-26!*, Huiskens Sheet Metal 36Vi-26 '/2, Vans Plumbing 26-27, Brookside Market 36-27, Electronic Wholesale 35-28, Emerich and McDowell 34-29, Brookside Dairy 34-29, Jacinto and Son 33H-39'/i, Brookside Beauty 31-32, Astro 30&-32H, Carini and Marchese 30-33, Audio Visual 29^-33',i:. Western Auto 29 -34, Balaban 28-35, Boot- ery 35ls -37V2, Advertiser 23-40, Camera 23-40, Citrus Liquor 2241. Thursday Nite Rejects High Game — George Nicholas 232, Corine Herring 209, Series — Dick Weisberg 557, Corine Herring 561. 200 Club — Corine Herring 209, George Nicholas 232. Standings: Tenax Town 45 -24, Cunninghams 43-26, Mulders A 41-28, Anodynes 39 -30, Jim Glaze 33-36, Dukes 32 -37, Jolly Jug 30ii-38Vi, Sims 28 '/2 -40Vi, Don Hunts 26V4-4212, Highlanders 26-42Vi. At Tri City Bowl: Tri City Commercial High Game — J. Garrison 213, Series — Pete Castro 526. 200 Club — B. Cruze 211, J. Garrison 213. Standings: Blacktoppers 23-13, Diamond D Ranch 21-15, Van Dorin Darts 19Vi-16V4, McKeen Sawmill 17V4-18V4, Wayne Gossett 15-21, Irvine 12-24.

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