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12 -Monday, Mar. 2, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer • mi V NU. he IJ«. «» us. fit. 0* "I do TOO have a good memory! I can remember every school holiday for the whole year!" STILL ANOTHER BEATLE?—Now really, aren't we carrying this Beatle thing a bit too far? While he may not be a banjo virtuoso, this entertainer in Sparks, Nev., can probably tap out a mean rhythm. At Empire Bowl: Empire Mixed Four High Game — Frank Wesley 226, Diane Pettey 177, Series — Don Pettey 613, Camille Marchese 4S0. 200 Club — Frank Wesley 226, Don Pettey 218, Bud Tolliver 217, Ken Basliam 212. Bud Jensen 216, George Lincoln 212, Richard Dorsey 200. Standings: Banner Slattress 49-23, Gordj-s Service 45-27, Wayne Gossett Ford 43-29, Stan dard Station Two 4l'.i-30 '/2, Laoge and Ruokel 38-34, Babcock Construction 38-34. Half Shots 29-43, Panchos 28-44, Standard Station One 25-46, Hop kins Const. 22Hs-49H!. Broken Dozen High Game — Bud Wolfe 209, Grace Messersmith 198, Series — Ben Peters 5S0, Ruth Lipskey 523. 200 Club — Bud Wolfe 209. Ben Peters 206. Glen Gipson 202, Dale Cannon 201. Standings: Dons Trenching 4029, Valley Trenching 39-30, Lipskey and Son 37i '3 -31'i. Huisken Sheet Metal 37-32, Sages Mar- keU 35-34, Buds Riclifield 34-35, Home Electric 3l':-37'i, Yucaipa Glass 3Ui!-37^i. Chateau Hair Fashion 30-39, Vogue Cleaners 29iS-39Vi. Strikers High Game — V. Thicm and H. Cogle 168, Series — L. Cosgrove 442. Standings: Early Risers^ 39-27, Dunlap Dude 37-29. Brand! X's 36-30, Merry Makers 35-31,' Lucky Strikes 32-34, Pin Dodgers 31-35, Happy Go Luckics 27-39, Hits and Misses 27-39. TAKES FIRST TWO PLACES KUOPIO, Finland (UPI)—Reidar Hjermstad and Sverre Stcn- sheim gave Norway a 1-2 Cn^ ish in Sunday's 15-kilomcter race at the Puijo international cross country skiing games. Hjermtsad's time was three hours, 13 minutes and .03 seconds, more than a minute faster than Stensheim's, .3:14:20. Ramos fight upsets Japanese sports writers TOKYO (UPI) — Japanese sports daiUes opened a campaign today for an end to bo.x- ing mismatches because of featherweight champion Sugar Ramos' brutal technical knock out victory in the sixth round over Jlitsunori Scki of Japan here Sunday night. Seki was battered to the can jvas twice in the sixth round of I their title fight and then, his handlers—fearmg that he might become fatally injured as was a previous Ramos opponent- stopped the bout. The crowd of 9,000 in Kura mac Sumo Stadium seemed [stunned by the cxplosivcness of Cuban Ramos' blows in the sixth round as he made his sec ond successful defense of the 126-pound championship. He weighed exactly 126; Scki, 125^4. It was the second time this year that a Japanese challenger [for a world title was the victim of a foreign boxer's dynamite punch. Yoshinori Takaba- shi was knocked out in the same stadium, Jan. 4 in the 13th round by junior welter- j weight champion Eddie Perkins of Chicago. "Please, no more reckless challenges," implored the Tokyo Chunichi sports daily. 'Even the fans are sick of it." "We do not want to sec such a match for the second time," said the Sankei sports daily, 'we have had enough of it." While the Tokyo papers were demandmg even matches, Rr- mos today loudly demanded a shot at the lightweight (135- pound) crown worn by Carlos Ortiz of New York. Promoter George Parnassus of Los Angeles, at the ringside during the fight, announced he would guarantee a total purse of at least $300,000 for an Ortiz- Raraoas bout if Ortiz keeps the crown in his title defense agamst Kenny Lane at San Juan, P.R. next month. WHL standings W LTPfsGFGA 41 22 2 84 250 189 60 201 208 59 223 193 58 184 216 56 194 227 49 197 216 Denver Portland 27 28 6 ScalUe 27 28 5 Los Angeles 26 28 6 San Fran. 27 31 2 Vancouver 23 34 3 Sunday's Results Los Angeles 0 Seattle 0 (ot) Portland 3 Denver 1 Saturday's Results iNo games scheduled. ; Monday's Schedule I No games scheduled. Country Club team in strong win Redlands Country Oub Sun day golf team scored a strong 42-6 win over Green River CC j yesterday team captain Dr. Aus tin Welch said. The wm will send the Redi lands squad into the group nine playoffs against a yet lumamed opponent Dr. Lawrence Heim had an eagle two on the sev enth hole for the winners yes terday. Redlands results: V. Crear, I and J. Peterson won six; J. Blumenberg and A. Welch won [five; R. Paine and R. Marsh won two; Howard Seiver and L. Heim won sL\. E. Bandy and W. Preston won five; R. Bourrct and E. Bamett won six; J. Blakely and R. Heim won six; J. Jameson and J. Washburn won six. Randolph on top in final round at New Orleans NEW ORLEANS (UPI)Young Blason Rudolph was way on top and veteran Arnold Palmer was way down today at the start of the last round of the $50,000 Greater New Orleans invitational golf tournament. ; Rudolph, perhaps the most consistent player on the tour, held a four-stroke lead over Jack Nicklaus of Columbus, Ohio. Rudolph had a 208 and Nicklaus 212. Palmer, last year's leading money winner, was 11 strokes behind Rudolph and still a long way from his first tournament victory in 1964. After posting scores of 76-71-72 here. Palmer told newsmen he would play in the Pensacola Open this week end and then would probably take a long rest. "This is the first time I've ever been Uke this," Palmer said. "I have no concentration. I hit t])e ball pretty well. But I've lost my trend of thought." Behind Rudolph and Nicklaus were Wcs Ellis Jr., whose 67 Sunday gave him a 213. Dave Marr and Bobby Nichols at 214, and Glenn Stuart and Bob Charles at 215. Yucaipa meets Chino in CIF game here Yucaipa High Thunderbirds, champions of the Desert Valley League and winners over Loara in the California Interscholastic Federation AA second round game Friday tangle with Chino tomorrow night at 8 pjn. m the Redlands high gym. Chino, Tri - County league champions drubbed CHiarter Oak 78-52 to meet the T - Birds. The wuiner of the Yucaipa vs. Chino clash will tangle \vith the victor of Servite's game at South Pasadena in the semifi nals Friday night. Leading the Thunderbirds Fri day to the win was forward Dennis Hare, who pumped in 28 points. During the loop season Hare averaged 26.6 per game. Starting for coach Haydea's Thunderbirds along with Hare will be Guard Dave Sorenson and Charles Chiappone, sophomore center Ron Wallace and Jerry Priebe at the other for ward. CAN CLINCH TITLE NEW HAVE.V, Conn. (UPI)Yale will clinch the champion ship of the Eastern Intercollegiate swimming league if it beats Harvard at the Yale pool ne.\t Saturday. The EUs have won all seven meets in which they've engaged while second- place Army is 6-1 prior to next Saturday's meet with Princeton. Soccer results LOS .ANGELES (UPI) - The Kickers-Mctoria soccer club of Los Angeles defeated the Greek Americans of San Francisco 5,2 Sunday to take a commanding lead in the Far Western Cahm- pionships of the United States Open Cup playoffs. UCLA splits LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The University of CaUfomia at Los Angeles basebaU team split a double-header with California State at Los Angeles Saturday. The Bruins won the first game 7-4, but dropped the second 9-6. SELL IT TOMORROW With low • cost Oassified Ads ARMED GOLFERS — A couple of British paratroopers do some serious "shooting" ot Nicosia during a break in "peace patrol" duties on Cyprus. One does double duty as a "caddy" minding the clubs and his buddy's gun. (UPI Telephoto) UR tennis team blanks Occidental University of Redlands tennis team swept to its third straight SCIAC win with a 9-0 blanking ot Occidental's Tigers Saturday on the 0.\y courts. For coach Jim Verdieck's Bulldogs it was theu: fourth straight win. Tomorrow the UR netters travel to meet Pomona College on the Sagehens courts. SL\GLES — J. Yeomans (R) dcf. B. Yeomans, 6-3, 5-2, default; Morris (R) def. Green 6-1, 6-0; Schoen (R) def. Kriege, 6-3, 6-4; Hamilton (R) dcf. Carrigan, 3-6, 6-3, 6-2; Kerber (R) def. Danziger, 6-4, 6-4. DOUBLES — J. Yeomans & .Morris (R) def. B. Yeomans & Taylor, 2-6, 8-6, 6-0; Schoen & Hoyt (R) def Green & Wentworth, 6-0, 5-4; Kerber & Hamilton (R) def. Kriege & Danziger, 6-4, 7-5. Final score — Redlands 9, Oc cidental 0. Frosh score — Occidental 6, Redlands 3. NBA Stondings Eastern Division W L Boston 52 19 Cincinnati 50 22 Philadelphia 30 39 New York 20 52 Western Division W L Pet. .732 .694 .435 .278 Pet. 31. .557 35 .514 .420 .257 San Francisco 43 St. Louis 39 Los Angeles 37 Baltimore 29 Detroit 18 Sunday's Results Boston 108 Philadelphia 93 San Francisco 100 Detroit 86 Cincinnati 122 Baltimore 111 Los Angeles 114 St. Louis 91 Saturday's Results Boston 115 Detroit 108 San Francisco 136 New York 110 Cincinnati 117 Philadelphia 114 St. Louis 115 L.Angeles 114 (OT) Monday's Games St. Louis at San Francisco (Only game scheduled) Bulldog quintet slides by Whittier 56-52 University of Redlands Bulldog basketballers slid by a tough Whittier College hoop team 5S-52 Saturday night to wrap up a perfect 10-0 record in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play. With the victory coach Lee Fiil- mer will send his championship five into action tomorrow night against Cal Western in a best two-out-of three series to determine the NAIA District Three champ. The winner will make the trip to Kansas City for the NAIA national tournament The games tomorrow night, Wednesday and Thursday if needed will be held in the Pomona College gym. WhitUers Poets were unable to survive the tong range shooting of guard Gary Smith who kept the net warm with 22 points for the night Smith hit on nine of 13 attempts from the floor. Dave Mohs, the other Bulldog guard kept in shape for the playoffs with 13 points. Joe Barnes led Whittier with 13 markers.^ With two minutes to play the Poets made an attempt to upset the Bulldogs. At that point Redlans held a 52-48 margin. Playing their wait and see game the Bulldogs took the good shot when Smith dropped in a layup with 25 seconds left to ice the tilt . At the half Redlands held a 29-26 lead on their usual ball control and right man-to-m a n defense. Forwards Bob Engberg and George Newmyer shared rebounding honors, each with nine. Engberg turned in an-| Denver Invaders seem less awesome By United Press Iternatienal 'The Denver Invaders suddenly seem less awesome now that!Redlands YMCA. Second session of Skin-scuba course tonight The second session of the Redlands YMCA Certified Skin and Scuba di\ing class will be held this evening at 7 p.m. at the they are the champions of the Western Hockey League. The Portland Buckaroos had little trouble Sunday night de feating the Invaders 3-1 and picking up a crucial victory in the scramble for the remaining three berths in the league's playoffs. The victory boosted Portland into second place in the stand- mgs, a point ahead of Seattle which played a frustrating scoreless tie against Los Angeles Sunday. Portland sent a large home crowd of 8,474 away happy by pushing three goals into the Denver net without a return. Bob Ertel and Amie Schmautz tallied in the second period and Tommy McVie added a goal in the final stanza. Portland's rookie goalie, Dave Kelly, lost his shutout with less than five minutes to go when Denver's Mike Corbett beat him with a shot The Seattle-Los Angeles game was the league's first scoreless tie of the season. Only a matter of inches kept the Blades from victory twice in the game. The Blades' Leo Labme hit the goal post with a shot from 25 feet out in the second period. But Totem goalie Claude Dufour kicked the puck away before it could slip into the net And JIarc Boileu slapped a 30-foot shot into the Seattle net in the third period, but the point ?? -^^^Iwas nullified when Los Angeles was called offside. All teams take the usual Monday break today. Action re sumes Tuesday with Portland at San Francisco and Denver at Vancouver. Invitational LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) — Glenarm Land Co. of Phoenix, Ariz., defeated Lockycr's Mar ket of Long Beach, Calif., 91-88 Saturday to capture its second straight Las Vegas Invitational Basketball Tourney Championship. Registrations are still open for those wishing to enroll. Enrollment will close with this evenings session. Enrolled for the course are: Ed Campbell, Don Marti, Beverly Koh- Icr, Don Lengel, Ed Coleman, Gerry Stenehjem. John Boone. Jo Ann Boone, Dr. C. P. Haseltine, Robert Christen, Walter Snelling and Norma Snelling. 1964 promises to be year of new records LONG Beach (UPI) — The track season is just begmning, but already it promises to be a record-breaking year. In the Long Beach relays Saturday, nine meet records fell m University open events in the eight - hour marathon event which saw 1,600 athletes in 85 events. Jleet records were set in the pole vault, triple jump, javelin, three - mile run, discus, mile, distance medley and 440 and 880-yard dashes. other top defensive job by hold- mg Whittier's top scorer Bob Jarvella to just 10 points. SCIAC Varsity Basketb«H Final Standings W. L. PF PA Redlands 10 0 6K 544 Occidental 8 2 830 701 Claremont-Mudd. 5 5 687 691 Whittier 4 6 704 712 Pomona '. 3 7 720 764 Cal Tech 0 10 586 790 Last Night's Result Redlands 56, \Vhittier 52. (Fmal conference game.) Redlands G. F. T. Engberg 2 5 9 Newmyer 3 2 8 Fisher 2 0 4 Mohs 5 3 13 Smith 3 4 22 Loper 0 0 0 Totals 21 14 56 Whittier G. F. T. Jarvena 4 2 10 Godfray 0 1 1 Evans 0 2 2 Barnes 4 5 13 Weister 4 2 10 Jackson 1 2 4 Coats 0 1 1 Ross 5 1 11 Totals 18 18 52 Halftime score: Redlands 29, Whittier 26. Frosh score: Wiittier 74, Redlands 50. Bruins seek 25th straight tonight LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Unbeaten and top-ranked Univer sity of California at Los Angel es goes after its 25th straight victory tonight as its hosts the California Golden Bears. The Bruins, who rolled over Washington State Saturday 93 56 have beaten California twice this season. UCSB wins POMONA (UPI)-The University of California at Santa Barbara trounced Pomona College Saturday 109-39 in a dual varsity track meet. 7all German makes debut Friday in N.Y. NEW YORK (UPI) — Southpaw Gerhard Zech — the tall, slugging heavyweight champion of Germany—makes his American debut Friday night in a television 10-rounder with thurd- ranking Ernie Terrell of C2ii- cago at Madison Square Garden. Terrell, who is two inches taller than the six-foot-four German, will be favored by at least 3-1 because he has fought a generally better brand of opponents than the unranked ZecL Zech, 25. is a slugger who scored 17 knockouts while winning 24 of his 26 bouts. They included one draw and one defeat on a knockout by Joe Bygraves in 1961. He knocked out Bygraves (9) in a return bout He stopped his last six opponents. Terrell won 31 of his 35 bouts, including 16 kayoes. His four losses included a knockout by Cleveland Williams (7) m 1962. Singles winner SANTA BARBARA (UPI) — Second seeded Lee Ried of the University of California at Santa Barbara captured the men's singles championship of the University of California Invitational Tennis Tourney Saturday by downing Bob Lansdorp of Pepperdine, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2. Tirie fight SANTA MO.NICA (UPI)-CaU- fomia Middleweight Champion Johnny Smith puts hi.<; title on the line tonight when he meetj undefeated Tevel Holman of San Diego in a scheduled 12-rounder. Big boys back "Whafs wrong with standing pat with a full house? . . . asks Berra By YOGI BERRA As told to Harry Grayson Everybody asks me how I am going to manage the Yankees. The answer is that I'm gomg to take a little from Casey Stengel and Ralph Houk, toss in a bit of Bucky Harris and add a few wrinkles of my own. That will be the Yogi Berra system. Some say the Yankees are standing still. They are — in the sense that the New York club made no big trades. But I'd like to know what is wrong standing pat with a full house? As a freshman manager, I have two gimmicks gomg for me. One is that the big boys, Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris, are back all in one piece. The other is that the pitching was rebuilt last season. We won the American League pennant by lOVi games in 1963 despite an unusual number of ir.ajor injuries. Between them. Mantle and Maris played in only 155 games and were at bat only 484 times. That is less than one regular's full season. In addition, Tony Kubek, Tom Tresh and Phil Linz were out for stretches. Bud Daley imderwent arm surgery in ApriL A year ago, Houk, now general manager, believed our pitching was improved by the addition of Stan Williams who would take turns with Whitey Ford, Ralph Terry and Bill Stafford. •men Stafford got off badly and Terry could not repeat his| tremendous season of 1962, Houk NEW ROLE — Yogi Berra contemplates managing the Yankees, wonders what it will be like' and finally decides that there won't be much to it after all. The catcher and slugger headed for baseball's Hall of Fame says he will use the Yogi Berra system. left-handed Al Downing mto the regular rotation. Bouton posted 21-7 mark. Downing, in a shade more than half a season, was 13-5. They boasted the club's leading eamed-run averages with 2.52 and 2.56 respectively. Now we are deep in starting pitchers with Ford, Bouton, Downing, Terry, Williams and possibly Stafford. Daley starts and relieves. We have good re- Uef pitchers in Hal Reniff, Steve Hamilton and perhaps Tom Metcalf. Joe Pepitone, a question a year ago, made it at first base witli considerable to spare. Pepitone tightened up the in- raoved young Jim Bouton andifield playing deep. This enabled second baseman Bobby Richardson to play farther to his right. This assisted Kubek at shortstop. With Clete Boyer at third base, we have the slickest infield in the business. With a healthy ManUe and Maris, plus Tresh and Hector Lopez, the outfield packs power and is stout defensively. Catcher Elston Howard was the league's most valuable player. Johnny Bianchard is a first rate replacement as a catcher, outfielder or pinch - hitter. Jake Gibbs, the former All- America quarterback could be the third catcher, replacmg a fellow named Berra, who has 'bung 'em up." We are well equipped in re­ servists with Linz in the infield. Lopez in the outfield and Bianchard behind the bat The Yankees are a surprisingly young club when yon take mto consideration what they have accomplished. Downing is 22, Pepitone 23 and Linz 24. Bouton, Reniff, Stafford and Tresh are 25. Williams. Kubek and Boyer are 27, Terry and Richardson 28 and Maris 29. The brighter young prospects include a left-hand pitcher named Bob Meyer, infieUers Pedro Gonzales and Chet Trail and outfielders Elvio Jimenez, a kid brother of Kansas City's Manny, and Archie Moore. The league has improved, but the other managers should have my problems.

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