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FLIES ACROSS — Freshman Elliott Mason wins the 100 yard dash in 9.9 by two strides over two Cal Tech sprinters during Saturday's meet on the UR oval. Mason also won the half-mile and anchored the freshman relay teams. The lower classmen notched a 106-38 win over the visitors. The varsity won 116-28. (Photo by Rick Wiedman) McCracken stars as UR defeats Cal Tech With hurlcr Jim JlcCrackcn turning in an iron man type performance coach Ted Runner's University of Kedland Bulldogs smashed visiting Cal Tech 11628 on the UR oval Saturday. JlcCrackcn won five events and anchored the winning relay team. He skipped over the 120 yard high hurdles in 15.6 seconds, triple jumped 40 feet 11 inches, pole vaulted 12-1, h i g h- jumped 5-10, long jumped 21-10, and sprinted the final 110 yards in the 440 yard relay as the Bulldogs won in 44.5 seconds. Chuck Beedy turned in a dou ble by winning the 220 dash in 22.9 and then won the quarter in 51.5. Elliott Mason led the Redlands BuUpups with two wins in the 100 and 880 and anchored the relay teams as the frosh scored a 106-38 win over the Cal Tech team. Saturday the Bulldogs will host Pomona College on the UR oval. VARSITY 100 — Tomlin (R), Brown (CT), Spring (C). 10.1. 220 — Beedy (R), Tomlin (R) Brown (CT), 22.9. 400 — Beedy (B) Pulliam (R) Ludwig (C) 51.5. 880 — McDowell (R), Goyette (RK Blumsack (CT), 2:02.9. Mile — tie: Wvper & Kennedy (R). Lee (CT), 4:43.7. 120 HI! — McCracken CR). Gage (CT), Haworth (R). 15.6. Intermediate hurdles — Pulliam (R), Haworth (R), Bre- ycr (R). 40.6. 400 Relay — Redlands (Breyer, Tomlin, Byrne, McCracken), 44.5. Mile Relay — Redlands (.McDowell, Haworth, Pulliam, Tomlin), 3:30.7. 2-mile run — Kennedy (R), Goyette (R), Christian (R) 9:487. Triple Jump — McCracken (R), Gage (CT), Wood (R). 4011. Javelin — Wcyland (R), Sen- van (R), Ue (CT), 151-3. Shot — Radke (CT). Moates (R), Weyand (R), 44-7'.i. Discus — Scriven (R). Weyand (R), Radke (CT). 135-3. Pole Vault — McCracken (R). Ganison (CT), Hanson (CT). 12-1. High jump — JlcCracken (R), Edwards (R), Gage (CT), 5-10. Broad jump — McCracken (R), Gage (CT), Wood (R), 2110. Final score — Redlands 116, Cal Tech 28. FROSH 100 — Mason (R) 9:9; 220— UR fifth in NCAA meet at Portland University of Redlands Bulldogs finished a strong fifth in the western NCAA meet held at Portland, Ore., Saturday night. Three memi)ers of coach Ted Runner's thinclads made the trip north, shotputter Lee Johnson, sprinter Jack VanderKnyff and pole vaulter Sam Ivirk. The Bulldogs took two second places, shot and vault and third in the 600 yard run against the big school competition. Don Castle won the shot put for Southern California with a toss of 58 feet 5U inches. That quarter inch was vital. Lee Johnson pumped the iron ball out 58 feet five inches for the Bulldogs and second place. Johnson's effort set a new UR record in that event. The o 1 d record was 55 feet llVi inches set by Dick Verdon in 1960. Redlands captured another second place when Sam Kirk finished behind Nels Siverson of Washington in the pole vault. Siverson cleared 15-4 while Kirk reached 15-0. VanderKnyff. the third Bulldog entry took third in the 600 yard run. Wimier Gordon Payne of Oregon was timed in 1:12.2, Gary Comer of USC in 1:12.8 and VanderKnyff in 1:13.2. Van­ derKnyff has a faster time in a heat. Oregon with sprmter Harry Jerome making his first colle- patc start since a leg operation last year won the team title with 36Vi points. Jerome got off to a lead in the first five yards and flashed to victory in the 60 yard dash in 6 seconds flat. Following Oregon was Oregon State with 23, Washington State im. USC 15 and University of Redlands 8. Other team scores were Air Force 7, Washington, Arizona and California five each, Portland four, Jlontana three and Stanford one. Johnson, Kirk and Vander­ Knyff will all be in acUon Saturday when the Bulldogs host Pomona on the UR oval at 1:30 p.m. Basketball, wrestling dinner at RHS Wed. The annual Redlands high school basketball and WTCstling awards banquet will be held Wednesday evenmg at 6:30 p.m. jin terrier hall. Coaches Al Endeman and Bob Chambers will be the main speakers. Tickets for the Bench- warmer sponsored event may be purchased at the door or from Clapps Tire Service, Key stone Drug, Hinkle 76. The regular breakfast will be held Friday morning at 6:45 a. m. in Terrier hall. Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Mar. 2,1964-13 Records fall as Redlands y swimmers top Pomona Emerson wins singles in Tampa TAMPA, Fla. (UPl) - Aus tralian tennis whiz Roy Emerson won tlie singles crown of the Di:<ie International tennis tournament Sunday which cost him a Davis Cup disbarment and said he and countryman Ken Fletcher were leaving for a Caracas tournament. Officials of the ALTA said they warned Emerson and Fletcher about playing overseas tournaments between Feb. 28 and March 31. Emerson's styje, not bothered by officials, won over Spain's Manuel Sanfana in the finals 9-7, 6-2, 6-4. Emerson said it was "one of my best matches ever on clay." In the women's single event Sunday Karen Susan of San Diego won the crown with a 6-4, 2-6, 6-2 win over Judy Alvarez of Tampa. Fletcher and Emerson lost the double finals to Spain's Santana and Jose Arilla, 6-2, and 6-3. In the women's doubles finals Kliss Susman and Francoisc Durr of France easily defeated Miss Alvarez and Rita Bentley of England, 6-3, 6-0. IRON A^AN—University of Redlands hurdler Jim McCracken anchors the Bulldog relay team to the win over Cal Tech Saturday on the Bulldog ovol. McCracken won five events during the afternoon as coach Ted Runner's trocksters notched a smashing 116-28 victory. (Photo by Rick Wiedman) Go/f goes fo work on another front today By OSCAR FRALEY UPl Sports Writer MIAMI (UPI) - Golf goes to work on another front today m an attempt to improve intema- fional relations through play among high handicap businessmen. The accent at first, through the newly-formed International Amateur Golf Association, will _ ,;be a contest involving the Pan Cumins (R )"22.9V'44o' - Sch-!'^'"^"can nations. The hope, aur (R) 52.3; 880 - Mason (R)'e v e n t u a 11 y. is to arrange 2-01.2; Mile — Moore (R) 4:47; imatches all over the world. 120 HH — Phillips (R) 17 .5;! The idea is to form friend- Int. hurdles - Plullips (R) 45 .-!sbips on the fainvays which 0; 2 -mi!e — Cross (CT) 11:01; c*se mtemationa! tensionsi 440 Relay —Redlands (Schaucr.jat a high level. sional Canada Cup, played in Paris last October among 33 nations," he said. "But in those matches the last team was 97 shots in back of the winning United States. That's not being exactly competitive. We feel that under our format, every country will have a chance to win." The Pan American matches, he e.\plained,. are merely "jumping off point." "But it's certainly a good place to start from "he pointed out. "There is a great need for us to improve our relations with some of our South American neighbors. We feel that the Workouts get touqher for SF Giants CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (UPl) — The San Francisco Giants start their second full week of spring training today with a promise from manager Alvin Dark that the workouts will only get tougher. The Giants had their day of rest Sunday, but Dark was busy laying out the schedule for the ne.xt few weeks. Toppin„[ the agenda is a five-inning intra- squad game Wednesday and then a move to the new municipal stadium in Phoenuc. "And there'll be no letup there," Dark said, pointing out that the Cactus League e.xhi- bition schedule opens Sunday against the Cleveland Indians in Tucson. The Giants spread out on three playing fields today to start intensive drills on the finer points of the game—pick- off plays, outfield relays and rundowns between bases. Medina takes third in €IF wrestling Redlands high wTestling team member Augie Medina, grap- phng in the 168 pound division took third place in the California Intcrscholastic Federation final matches at Long Beach on Saturday. Medma lost his first round match and then battled through to win the consolation division for third. Dale Cranford had to drop out of the 194 class after suffering a shoulder injury, coach Bob Chambers said. Ruben Ruiz in the 98 pound division was eliminated in the consolation round. The entire team will be honored Wednesday night at the Benchwarmer awards banquet in Terrier Hall. Records fell as the power packed Redlands YMCA boys swimming team swept four di visions in a dual meet contest with Pomona Y Saturday. The Redlands team won by a 184-93 margin. Coach Col. Will Brimberry said, "the team spirit, poise and skill were present in abun dance as this group of boys con tinued to reinforce its reputa tion as perhaps the greatest all time y boys swim team." MIDGET Redlands 49, Pomona 19 80 yd. Medley relay — 1st, 52.6 Charles John, David Hughes, Richard Hughes, Bill Shawver. 20 yd. Freestyle — David Hughes, 1st. 11.6 Richard Hughes 2nd U.9. 20 yd. Breastroke — David Hughes, 1st. 15.5 Clarence Glover. 3rd 19.6. 20 yd. Backstroke — Chuck John, 1st, 14.7, John Ttkin son, 2nd 15.0. 20 yd. Butterfly — Bill Shaw, ver, 1st. 11.4 (new Y record) Peter Davis, 2nd, 13.2. 40 yd. Freestyle — Richard Hughes, 1st. 26.4 Don Lappmga, 3rd 29.9. 80 yd. Indiv. Medley — Bill Shawver, 1st 1:00.3 Peter Davis, 3rd. Southern California Prep Med ley Relay Champions (Mark Miles, Bruce Kocsis, Larry Bo.x- er, and Bill Brimberry) established a new record time of 1:45.2 in that event. Also, the potent Prep swimmers shattered existing records in the Butterfly, Backstroke, and Individual Medley races to gam a spectacular 53 to 15 division' victory. PREP Redlands 53, Pomona 15 80 yd. Medley relay — 1st. Time 1:45.2 (new YMCA pool record) Bill Brimberry, Bruce Kocsis, Larry Boxer, Mark Mfles. io yd. Freestyle — Mark Miles, 1st. 22.5 Walt Richardson, 3rd. 40 yd. Breastroke — Dick Hunt. 1st. 30.6 Phillip Davis 2nd. 30.8. 40 yd. Backstroke — Bill Brimberry, 1st. 28.2 (new YJI CA record), Walt Richardson. 2nd. 30.8. 49 yd. Butterfly — Larry Boxer, 1st place tie, 24.5 (new- record). Bill Brimberry, 3rd 27.4. 100 yd. Freestyle — Larry Boxer, 1st, 1.C8 PhilUp Davis, 3rd. 80 yd. Indiv. Medley — Bruce Kocsis 1st. 55.3 (new record) Dick Hunt, 3rd. 160 yd. Freestyle Belay — 1st. 1:34.7 Mark MUes. Dick Hunt, Walt Richardson, Bruce Kocsis. JUNIOR Redlands A6, Pomona 29 160 yd. Medley Relay — 1st. time 1:52.8 Bruce Serrao, Rick Epperson, Scott Griffiths, Rich Canning. 40 yd. Freestyle — 2nd Phillip Snowdon 23.7. 100 yd. Breastroke — Rick Epperson, 1st, 1:22.8. 200 yd. Freestyle — Rick Terrier track team sweeps at Coacliella SATISFACTORY CONDITION SYDNEY, Australia (UPI)— Auto race driver John Tolan of Denver, Colo., was reported in satisfactory condition today following a serious accident here on Saturday night. Tolan, 45, suffered a fractured vertebrae when his car rolled over him during a match race. Adcock begins working out with Angels PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (UPI) —First baseman Joe Adcock, who came to the Los Angeles Angels when they traded Leon Wagner to the Cleveland Indians, began workmg out today. Adcock, who reported to the sprmg training camp late Sunday, completes the Angel roster except for third baseman Felix Torres, who is still holding out. In Sunday's workout, Barry Latman, who also joined the Angels when Wagner went to the Indians, pitched two innings allowing only one hit in an intrasquad game. In that game. Bob Sadowski blasted a triple and a single to drive in four runs, and Lee Thomas collected three hits. Redlands high track and field team opened the season by sweeping every event against Coachella high on Friday. Coach Bill Cunningham said that times were slow due to the Coachella grass frack but the boys ran weU. "We were second in m o s t events as well as winning. Three of our sophomores, Steve Shawver in the mile, Andy Soulek in the half and Mike Weaver in the hurdles did a good job for us," Cunningham said. Friday the Terriers, the defending Citrus Belt League champions travel to the Fontana Relays. The Redlands vs. Coachella meet was supposed to be a triangular affair but San Bernardino did not show up. San Fernando wins NORTHRIDGE (UPI) — The San Fernando Valley State Col- Idge gymnastics team defeated the University of CaUfomia at Santa Barbara team Saturday 94-19. BRUMEL GETS AWARD MOSCOW (UPI)—High jump er Valery Brumel of Russia will be honored by the American Broadcasting C:ompany next week as "World Sportsman of the Year." Brumel, 22, wiU receive the award m New York on March 10. Wall headed for Dorado BOGOTA,'Cotombia (UPI)Art Wall Jr. headed for Dorado, Puerto Rico, today and the clincher in the 1964 Caribbean golf circuit. Wall, of Pocono Manor, Pa- piled up a formidable IS'/i point lead in the race for the Seagram Caribbean Trophy when he won the Los Lagartos International Tournament Sunday with an eight-under-par 280. The former Masters champion, who uses an unorthodox baseball grip on his clubs, beat) AI Besselink of Merchantville, N.J., by two strokes for his second ^ictory on the tour and first prize money of $1,400. The Dorado tournament this week concludes the Caribbean circuit. Canning, 1st 2:17.6 (new Y record) Bill Wright. 3rd. lOO yd. Backstroke — Bruce Serrao. 1st 1:22.8, Bill Wright, 3rd. 100 yd. Butterfly — Bill Hess 1st. 1:30.6 Scott Griffith 2nd — 1:31.5. 100 yd. Freestyle — Phillip Snowdon, 2nd 1:16.6. 160 yd. Indiv. Medley — Rick Canning. 1st 2:01 2nd Scott Griffith, 2:28.1. INTERMEDIATES Redlands 3i, Pomona 28 160 yd. Medley Relay — 1st time (1:40 (new Y Record), Marvm Benz, Peter De Young, Steve Wilke, John Gorman. 40 yd. Freestyle — Ken Hurley. 3rd 23.6. 100 yd. Breastroke — Steve Wilke, 1st 1:22.7. 20O yd. Freestyle — Ken Hurley 1st, 3:09.3. 100 yd. Backstroke — Marvin Benz, 1st 1:14. 100 yd. Butterfly — Peter DeYoung, 1st 1:22.9. 100 yd. Freestyle — John Gorman 2nd, 1:03,2. 160 Indiv. Medley — John Gorman, 1st 2:22.5. A great deal of interest was generated by the additional Midget and Prep participation by John Jones, Steve John, Peter Harmon. Dennis Hernandez, John Lopez. Paul Barich, George Barich, Brian and Kev- inConnor, Bob Atkinsop, Martin Davis, Steve Landry, Ricky Beyer, PhilUp Berger, Randall and Randy Houghton. Assisting with the officiating of the meet were: clerk of course, Ralph Davis, Timing and place judges, Henry Kocsis, Bill Hess, Col. R. Epperson, John Gorman. Record Keeping, Mrs. J. Atkinson. Boys swim team coach Col. Will Brimberry. Assistant coach Bob Silverman. Lakers may replace St. Louis Hawks LOS ANGELES (UPI) — IF the Los Angeles Lakers continue to play as they have in the past three weeks, they will replace the St. Louis Hawks in second place in the Western Division of the National Basketball Association, according to coach Fred Schaus. Schaus said last night after the Lakers had beaten the Hawks 114-91, "We have been playing the best ball of the season in the last three weeks even though we haven't won many of the games." Toe Lakers have come out on top in only 5 of their last 21 contests. However, in 8 of the 16 defeats, they have lost by one or two points. In last night's win. Captain Elgin Baylor and Jerry West led the Laker attack. They combined for a total of 68 points— West hitting for 37 and Baylor for 31— to come from an 11- point deficit m the first quarter. higher handicap players, being primarily busmessmen with a love for the game, will cement Cumins, Kramer, Mason) 44.-i "We'll start it off," explained 8; Mile rclav — Redlands Strafaei, seven time New (Schauer, Cummins, Kramer.iYork Metropolitan amateur Jfason) 3:30.3: Triple jump —ichampion," with Pan American!workmg friendships which will imies (CT) 38-8 -14; Javelin —I Week at Doral Countrj' Oub help the whole hemisphere." Kukea (R) 134-3; Shot — Orri-'^P'"'' l-^-lS. We hope to have "Getting the businessmen fo- (R) 45-1; Discus — Orr (R).itwo-man teams from the United!gethcr instead of the pros may 113-8- PV — Gum (R) 13-0: Hj|States and every Latin Ameri-jwell help more than we think," - Innes (CT) 5-10; BJ - Kra -lcan naUon." mer (R) 19-2; Final score — Redlands 106, Cal Tech 38. Swim meet Secret Of Event The secret in this highly com ]petitive event will be that no j two-man team can have a combined handicap of less than 12. »n7PP<;TnF HTPIW -San Fcr- "^^^ ''^^'"^ ^''^ P'^^ a 36-hole Rn 'ERSIDE (U">-S>an * cr . alternate nando Valley f^^^Vn ^-S ^hot-making and an 18-hole best swimmers beat the Lmversity „ ^ of California at Riverside S^l-'^^^^^^^:. urday 67 -2". WINS SKI MEET OSLO, Norway (UPI) — Torgeir Brandtzaeg of Norway won an international ski jjimpinggj here Sunday by twice leaping The most important aim is to create good will," said Stra­ faei, former director of the Miami Metropolitan Amateur Golf .Association and tournament director of the $50,000 profession- Doral Open March 19-22. With such handicaps we will he concluded. It just might, too. Slaybe it's idealistic, but it would figure that anybody would rather shoot bkdies than bullets. over 100 meters. Dave Hicks of Duluth, Minn.. ^ ^ was ninth, for the best Ameri-th-e intemationaf good'%rill." can performance in the 46-man field. amateur matches invohing TREASURE HOUSE (such as U.S. amateur champion Yoar unused furniture or ap-jDeane Beman or pro king .-^r- pliances wiD find a ready mar- nold Palmer. Blades, Totems in scoreless game LOS .\NGELES tUPI) - The Los Angeles Blades may not capture the Western Hockej- League title this season, but ,they win be long remembered be taking in the successful busi- for the game they played Sun- nessman who can talk construe- day. , Neither the Blades nor the It will, he feels, ser\-e as well-Seattle Totems were able to las or better than world-widejscore a goal in the entire 70! minutes of play. The Blades, now SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Bdorado wins PALM DESERT (UPI)—The Eldorado, Calif., polo club won the Don Howden trophy Sunday by defeatmg the Will Rogers polo team of Pacific Palisades, 11 -6. Crash fatal to dragster PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI)-Robert Snyders, 27, Chicago, was killed Sunday when his high powered dragster failed to stop and crashed uito a retaining wall at the newly opened Phoenix International Raceway. The car was going about 130 MPH when it skidded into the wall and flipped over several times before coming to a stop on its top. Vet through Classified Ads. I "I'm not knocking the profes-jday. in fourth place in the league, host the, Totems at Long Beach Wednes ENTHUSIASTIC CHAMPS - Los Angeles Dodger pitching cooch Joe Becker, left, pitcher Don Drysdole, center, and manager Wally Alston ihow their enthusiasm over the start of the 1964 baseball season as the World Chomp- lons arrived in Vero Beach, Ho, for Spring training. (UPI Telephoto)

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