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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 11

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Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., March 5,19M-11 Western Fulmer's five hangs on, to play tonight By TAM IRVING Hanging on by their finger nails the University of Redlands Bulldogs came back to hang up a 59-45 •win over the Cal West- em Westerners last night and even the NAIA District Three playoff series at 1-1 before a near capacity crowd in the Po mona College gym. Coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldogs tangle with the Westerners tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the rubber game with the trip to Kansas City and the N.'VI.'V Nation al Championship Basketball Tournament up for grabs. It was a repeat of the first game with the exception that the Bulldogs took a four pomt lead with 4:45 to go and seemed to be headed for the ^^ctory. Guard Dave Jlohs triggered the Redlands surge to the win with 11:09 to play. He scored and then CW's John Carlyle got! his only field goal of the night . to make it «-43 with the Bulldogs leading. Mohs came back and tallied, then forward Bob Engberg drove in for two more and then Mohs added the clincher on a drive for a 42-48 margin for the Redlands cagcrs. Waiting Redlands had gone into its out- 'side game, not a full stall vfith less than 10 minutes to play to set up the winning buckets. Following Mohs field goal for the six point lead coach Fulmer sent in sparkplug Harvey Pinyoun so that Redlands had three guards on the floor at the same time. Redlands scored their next 11 points from the free throw line in the closing minutes while Cal Western could manage only one field goal and a single foul as the Bulldogs controlled the ball and game. Happy Coach "It was wonderful," coach Lee Fulmer said today. "I'm real pleased and now if we can have one more just like it tonight. We went into our outside game with 9:11 to go. not a real stall. "That 42-48 lead of ours with 4:45 to play is a good margin for the type of game that both teams play. Han-cy Pinyoun came in cold and did a good job for us. "Everyone played well last night, Center Dick Fisher played well, probably his best game, his drives helped us. George Ncwmyor did a fine job. "One difference last night was that we only lost the ball three times and the boys did a much better job of controlling the game. Bob Engberg had a good game and was really tough inside on defense for us. Gar y Smith, Mohs, all of them turned in strong games," Fulmer said. In a repeat of the first game the Cal Western hoopsters held a one point lead at the half 2928. Redlands started off stronger mox'ing to a 6-2 lead and tlien CW came back. At one point with 4:34 to play in the first stanza the Westerners jumped into a five point lead with center Steve Crowcll leading the way. The Bulldogs battled back with Ncwmyer hit • ting on a push shot and free throws and Engberg pulled the UR within one with a push shot with 49 seconds to play. In the second half the Westerners held the lead 38-37 with 13:22 to play for the last time. Newmyer hit on a push and Smith meshed two on a drive. Lem Lemon put the CW five back in the game 40-41 and then Car>-le hit the final field goal for the losers until the closing seconds as the Redlands squad moved out for the victory and tonights rubber match. All in all it was a tremen dous comeback effort for the UB team with the pressure on. - • ' ' ' Blades meet Totems in Sports Arena LOS ANGELES (UPI) —The Los Angeles Blades meet the Seattle Totems tonight in the Sports Arena for the last time this season. The Blades, now in third place in the Western Hockey League, downed the Totems Wednesday night in t h e liOng Beach Sports-.\rena 4-2 on the strength of a three-point second period. AFL EXHIBITION HOUSTON (UPI) - The Houston Oilers and the Kansas City Chiefs of the American I charity exhibition game at Football League will meet in a Houston Sept. 3. TIGHT TIGHT - Guard Gary Smith, 3, prepares to pass to a University of Redlands leam- mote over the guarding of Cal Western's Jim Hefner during a tight moment m the first half last night. Coach Lee Fulmer's Bulldogs notched a 59-45 win and meet the Westerneri in the rubber match tonighf at 7:30 p.m. in the Pomona College gym. Hefner tallied 12 Tuesday night and was held to zero by Smith and Mohs fast night in a strong defensive - ' " (Photo by Rick Wiedman) showing. FiVsf of tryout series in Yucaipa Little League The first of a series of three tryouts for Yucaipa Little I League baseball players will be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at the recreafion diamond on 7tb street. These tryouts are for players new to the Yucaipa program, those who have registered for the first time and players who were in the minor league last year. They will be supervised by Bill Bravin, players* agent, and major league manager's will be on hand to watch and study the players. Those who demonstrate sufficient ability will be chosen for places on major teams at the annual auction April 3. Those not selected will be assigned to minor league teams with the exception of eight-year I olds who will be placed in a training program in the farm league. The trjouts will be held March 7, 14 and 28. AU players, except those in the major .league last year, must report I for all trials except the eight year olds who will report on March 28 only. The players Avill be identified with numbers so that the managers will be able to identify them as to name and age. Fielding will be emphasized at the first tryout, batting at (he second and general play on the third. No players will be allowed on the field if they are not registered and have not had physi Pixit Erwin favoritt ARCADIA (UPI>-Pixie Erin, with Bill Shoemaker in the saddle, was the probable favorite I today in the featured $12,000 Hollj-wood Oassified Handicap at Santa Anita Race Track. In Wednesday's featured Sie- erra Madrew Handicap, Sledge scored a one-half length victory jover Mustard Plaster. Sledge I returned S5.60. 3.40 and 2.60. Kea was third. leal examinations. < Plans are nearing completion for the annual breakfast April 18 at the high school, according to Stuart Ramsay, league president. Tickets have been distributed to managers and league officials. They are 50 cents apiece. Dr. J. C. Barr, vice-president, is in charge of the ticket sale. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads UR tennis team loses to strong UCUteaminU LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The UCLA tennis team won its second match of the season Wednesday defeating Redlands University 8V4 to %. In the featured singles match, Arthur Ashe, ranked No. 6 in the United States, defeated John Yeomans, a Redlands sophomore 6-3. 6-0. In other matches Charles Pa- sarell def. Rich Morriss (R) 6-3. 6-2; Dave Reed def. Bill Hoyt (R) 6-2, 6-1, Dave Sanderlin def. BiU Schoen 6-0, 6-0. Elty Brown def. Steve Pea cock (R) 6-3. 6-0; Bob Stock def Tim Bums (R) 6-1, 6-1. Doubles — Sanderlin and I Brown def. Morriss and Yeomans 6-3, 6-4; Stock and Witt split with Schoen and Hoyt (R) [6-3, 13-11; Tanasescu and Sandor def. Peacock and Bums (R) 61, 6-0. Tomorrow the Bulldogs host Pepperdine on the UR courts in a non-conference match. CHARGES THROUGH - University of Redlands center is set to pass under the outstretched arm of Cal Western center Steve Crowell in the key during the second NAIA District Three playoff game lost night at Pomona. The Bulldogs come back to even the three game series at 1-1 with a 5945 victory. Fisher scored eight points. (Photo by Rick Wiedman) Benchwarmer breakfasts resume Fridays The regular Friday moming Benchwarmer booster breakfast will be held tomorrow at Ter ricr Hall starting at 6:45 a.m. Redlands high coaches Bit. Cunningham and Joe DeMaggio will talk on track and baseball. The public is welcome. Training camp briefs PALM SPRINGS (UPI) —Bo Belinsky appears to be ready to play baseball this season. "The speedy left-hander pitched two perfect innings Wednesday in a Los Angeles Angel intra- squad game, striking out two and forcing the other four to ground out to the infield. Barry Latman, Ken McBride and Danny Rivas also made im UR team wnu luc p'--'-'"-- —iprcssive showings as they each A loss and it would have been!gave up only one hit in two inr: "•'"'•'nings. Joe Koppe and Bob Sadowsky showed their batting prowess by collecting two hits each. FORT LAUDERDALE. Fla. !— Utility infielder Phil Linz was the first training casualty for the New York Yankees Wednesday as the main body of the team reported for the first time. J J 'jl Linz was cut badly under the 2 9 13{left eye when hit by a ground 7 ? Iball during a lengthy batting the end of a fine season without the topping, the trip. A larger Redlands delegation was at the game and even more are expected tonight. While the Bulldog fans let the Westerners lake their foul shots in quiet, the CW fans had different ideas at times. G F T G F T L«ininons S 0 19 Newmyer -i 2 10 Cro«-eIl V 2 IS Fiiher Joerndt 0 O 0 Mohs Hefner 0 0 0 Smith Woodson 2 0 4 Loper 11a, . Cun'inTijm 2 0 4 Fricdla'd'r I 0 2 'drill. Dickey" Oil POMPANO BEACH. Fla — Half time score: CI Western 28., (UPI) _ Don Zimm^. veter- BedUnds 2S. WHL standings W LTPtsGFGA Denver -12 22 2 86 252 190 Portland 28 28 6 52 206 211 Los Angeles 27 2S 6 60 188 218 Seim& 27 29 5 59 225 137 San Fran. 27 32 2 56 197 232 Vancouver 23 35 3 49 198 218 Wednesday's Results Los Angeles 4 Seattle 2 (at Long Beach) Thursday's Schedule Seattle at Los Angeles. had become confused over the reporting date, saying that only infieldcrs not outfielders, were ordered to appear on March 1 in the notice the Ori- [oles sent their pbycrs last month. Bauer said "if Kirkland shows me he wants to play ball, I may give him back his mon- jey at the end of the season." ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — I (UPI) — Julian Javier, sec- [ond baseman in the Cardinals' all-star infield, was the only Rcdbird regular absent and unaccounted for Wednesday as St. Louis went through a long workout, the first for the inCclders and outfielders. Ernie Broglio, who drove from California after agreeing [to terms by telephone, arrived in Ume for the driH FORT MYERS. Fla. (UPI)Bill Mrdon and Roy Face missed the Pittsburgh Pirate I workouts Wednesday because of jthe reaction following flu shots administered by Dr. Joseph Finegold, team physician. Virdon and Face both came with a fractured Teftwristandi to the baU park but were will be out for at least a'sent home when they complam- NBA Stondings Eastern Division W. L. Pet. Boston 54 19 .740 Cincinnati 51 23 .689 Philadelphia 30 40 .429 New York 20 54 .270 Western Division W. U. Pcf. San Francisco 43 29 .597 St. Louis 41 31 .569 I Los Angeles 37 36 .507 Baltimore 30 40 .429 Detroit 18 52 .257 Wednesday 's Results Boston 112 Cincinnati 108 BalUmore 115 New York 108 St Louis 110 Los Angeles 105 (Only games scheduled) Thursday's Games Boston at Cincinnati Bait. vs. Det. at Marion. Ind. St. Louis vs. San Francisco (Only games scheduled) TERRIERTV an third-baseman of the Washington Senators, reported for Ihis first workout Wednesday Coffee is the loost popular beverage in America. month. Zimmer said he hurt the I wrist playing handball at his home in St. Petersburg Mon- iday. MIAMI. Fla. (UPI) —Outfielder Willie KirkUnd was [slapped with a $300 fine by ^lanager Hank Bauer when the |30-year-old outfielder walked into the Baltimore Orioles spring training camp Wednesday three Idays late. Kirkland told Baaer that he ed of feeling ilL VERO BEACH, Fla. 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