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6 - Friday, Mar. 6, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Swim relays at UR pool Over 200 to be entered in Redlands Optimist tourney Some 200 participants are expected tomorrow, for the Redlands Optimist Invitational Swim Relays to be held in the University of Redlands poo). Prelims for the 13 teams entered will begin at 10:00 a.m. with finals starting at 3:00 p.m. in the indoor tank. From entries received, the hosting Redlands Terriers and Upland Mermen will be in favored roles to capture varsity honors, according to R.H.S. coach Ron Stutt. Chaffey, Riverside, and Upland are ex pected to enter strong teams in "B" division, and Covina and Upland should fight it out for "C" honors. Optimist club members will act as officials, with Jim Eslin, chairman of the event. Starter will be Lt. Col. Robert Smith and Referee Walt Anderson. Head timer will be Paul Womack, and Head finish judge, Frank Scrrao. Herman Thornton will act as Recorder. As one of the highlights of the Redlands High Swim schedule, these relays will feature four and six man relay teams in freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, butterfly, diving, and medley relay, A nominal charge will be made for admission to the finals, but no charge will be made for the morning preliminaries. Swimming for the Redlands Varsity will be Mike Patella, Dave DcSalvo. Bill Branden berger, Don Battersby, Dean Kackley. Garth Huffakcr, Dave Scott, John Lcnker, Jim Gardner, Bob Treadway, and Steve Melcher. R.H.S. will be represented in all varsity events in attempting to capture first place trophy. Four teams will be .swimming for the Terriers in Class '"C 'i composed of Don Acheson, Bill Bischoff, Bob Bnickart, Charles Burgess, Rusty Davenport, Phil McGowan, Richard Sooy, and Randy Starbuck. Class "B" will see a limited entry f'om R.H.S. with John Fisher, Tim Lege, Dennis McCracken, Darrell McMichacIs and Bob Williams making up the teams. Hazzard & Goodrich UCLA pair head 1964 UPl All-Coast team Cope Golden Eagles roll to win over Corona Cope Junior Highs Golden Eagle track and field team rolled to a 81-23 win over the Corona JII team yesterday on the Io.scrs oval. The Eagles had too much power and depth for Corona as they won nine of the 12 events coach Jim Scribner said. Bob Manning of Cope again scored the total possible points for an individual with 16U for the second week in a row. In the process JIanning set three new school records. He sped the 100 dash in 10.5, tlie 180 dash in 18.5 and tossed the 10 pound shot put 43 feet 4 inches for the new marks. He anchored the 440 yard relay team. Bill Burke won the 660 run with a creditable 1:33.3 the coach said. Otiier top marks were Andy Coyazo's 5-4 high jump but taking second on more misses. Eighth grader Earl Pol idore"s IS feet 2'z broad jump for second behind winner P a t Cunningham of Cope with 18-3. Bruce Freeman and John Mor- rissct traded wins in the 70 yard high hurdles and 120 lows re- specfively. Freeman tied t h c school record at 10.6 ,<;et last week by Morrissct. After failing to make the finals in the long jump for failure to hit the broad. Dean Means unofficially jumped 19 feet 4!- inches. Results: 10 Shot Put — Manning (C) 43"4", Bartch (Cor), VUlaponna (Cor.) Long Jump — Cunningham (C) 18'3", Polidore (C), Long (Cor.) High Ju.Tip — Bell (Cor.) 5'4", Coyazo (C), 5'4", Bethurum (C). Pole Vault — Rice (Cor.) 10". Brown (C), Johnson (C). 70 yd. High Hurdles — Frec- !man (C) 10.6, Morrissct (C). -Morris (C). 100 yd. Dash — Manning (C), lO.S, Means (C), Cunningham (C). 660 yd. Run — Burke (C). 1:33.3, Craig (C>. Hodge (Cor.) 120 yd. Low Hurdles — Jlor- risset (C) 15.3. Freeman (C), Rice (Cor.) 180 yd. Dash — Manning (C) 18.5, Cunningham (C), Means (C). 1320 yd. Run — Renoso (Cor). 3:48.6. McKeever (C), Lynch (Cor.) 330 yd. Dash — Daniel (C), 38.5, Patterson (C), Turner (C). 440 yd. Relay — Cope (Daniel, Cunningham, Means, Manning) 47.9. Erickson leads in Puerto Rico tourney DOR.ADO BE.XCH. P.R. (UPI — Newcomer Bob Erickson gained a one-stroke lead at the conclusion of first round play Tliursday in the Puerto Rico Open golf tournament. The 38-year-old native of Crete. lU., carded five birdies as he toured the new Dorado Hil ton course in 34-35, one shot ahead of pre-toumament choices Art Wall and George Knudson and youngster Jay Dolan. Wall, current leader in the Seagram Caribbean points race, recorded 33s on the front and back nine while Knudsoa was 34-36. Doland had to tally for his 70, going out in 37 but coming home with a 33. Rams hire Poo! LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Los Angeles Rams have hired former head coach Hampton Pool and Harlcy Sewcll. one of the top guards in the National Football League, as full - time scouts of college t.^lcnt, it was announced today. At Empire Bowl: Thursday Nite Rejects High Game and Scries Carl Redmond 232. 621, Celeste Jones 210. 522. 200 Club—Carl Redmond 232. Herb Buyak 215, Celeste Jones 210. Dave Martin 204, Carine Herring 204, Dick Mulder 200, Larry Buckman 202. Standings: Tenax Town 47-25. Cunningham 45-27, Mulders Flying A 43-29. Anod>'ncs 40-32, Jim Glaze 34-38, Dukes 33-39, Jolly Jug 32',2-39li. Sims 30V4-41>i, Don Hunts 27'i-44^i, Highlanders 27-44li. Even Dozen High Game and Scries — Ralph Theim 297, 623. 200 Club — M. Breihan 204, P. Fultz 238. R. Thiem 297, W. .Mann 213, E. Williams 221, H. Reynolds 209, W. McLeod 211, P. Sotelo 220, H. Collins 221, S. Kahn 204, C. Thompson 205. F. Hrrison 212, C. Hill 255, G. Andrews 220. Standings: Cal Water and Tel Two 62-42. Inland Septic 60'.-:-43Vj. Brooksidc Dairy 6044, Sanitary Plumbing 48-46, Goods Wearing Apparel 58-46, U-Rundle Mck-A-Nix 57-47, Calif. Water and Tel One 56Vi- 47'.;. Pure Gold 52'i-51'.2. 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Series — Pearl Van Zan- tcn 582. 200 Club — Paula Wilcox 215, Peari Van Zanten 205. Standings: Redlands Plumbing 43-23, Skybcrg 39Vi-26'i, Huiskens 39''i-26'/-:, Le\ines 39-27, Vans Plumbing 38-28, Electronic Wholesale 37-29, Brookside Market 37-29, Erne rich and McDowell 36-30. Brook side Beauty 34-32, Brookside Dairy 34-32, Jacinto and Son 33Vi-32V2, Astro 31V2 -34'.i, Ga rini and Marchese 31-35, West em Auto 31-35, Balaban 31-35 Audio Visual 39M!-36Vi, Bootery ;26':i-39>.<., Redlands Camera 25 41. Advertiser 24-42, Citrus Liquor 22-45. Junior Major High Game and Scries—Clint Burson 264, 668. 200 Club — Clint Burson 264, Jack Goddard 236, Bob Phelps 209, Vera Parton 219, Al Otterbeck 200. Rex Rhine 212, Dale Cannon 204, Bert Buckmaster 202. Lafe Brown 237. Harold Steuven 202. Grady Hall 215. Bud Bales 205. Joe English 209. .•\ndy Scherrer 205, Windy Thompson 201. Herman Schoedcr 203. Jlcl Harshama 256, Don Johnson 215. Lanny Ell 204. Joe Council 202. John Gagliardo 205, Rich Scpulveda 200. Red Pool 201. Standings: Waj-ne Gossett Ford 56-22, Cunninghams Pharmacy 48^-!-29V-!, Gaugh Plumbing 46-32, Trophy Award 41-37, Sedgwick Amegard 39-39, Ells Sheet MeUI 35-43, Andersons! Union Senice 34-44, ThelmasI Fine 33-45, Plantes Cabinet Shop 32-46, Team Ten 24Vi-53'2. Special Pomts — Plantes; Cabinet Shop 2728, Sedgwick Amegard Ins. 983. At Tri City Bowl: Tri City Commercial High Series — C. Brooks 547, Game — P. Castro 225. 200 Club — P. CasU-o 225, C. Brooks 223. Standings: Blacktoppers 28 i 16, Diamond D Ranch 24-16,' Van Dorin Darts 22'.:-17>i. .Mc- Kecn SawmiU 20H-19'-, Wayne Gossett Ford 16-24, Irvine! Equipment 13-27. S.Ms FRANCISCO (UPI) UCLA's brilliant backcourt pair of Walt Hazzard and Gail Goodrich head the 1964 United Press International AU-Coast basketball team. Hazzard and Goodrich have led tlie Bruins to 25 straight victories and the number one national rankmg. With no one on the starting team over 6 feet 5, it has been the brilliant floor play of Hazzard and the hot shooting of Goodrich which has carried the Bmins. They may be the finest pair of guards ever fielded by one college team. The United Press International board of experts discovered so many outstanding centers and -•io few top-flight forivards on the coast that Iliey selected a trio of pivot men to round out the all-star five. They include Mel Counts of Oregon State, Tom Dose of Stanford and Ollie Johnson of the University of San Francisco Such a team would make up in height and scoring punch what it might lack in speed although Hazzard and Goodrich might provide enough of the latter all by themselves. Two Juniors Jolmson and Goodrich arc juniors, while the other three are seniors. All of the team but Dose will be around at the NCAA Regional Tournament next week. Hazzard's floor play was so overwhelming that many fans overlook his soild 18.3 points per game scoring average and third place standing in the Big Six scoring race. That steady point pace, combined with his flashy dribbling, bchind-thcback passes, ability to find the "open" man for his pass, and his skill in guiding the Bruins fast-break, landed him a berth on the UPI first All America team. He is expected to be gobbled up by the pros despite his relatively short 6- foot-2 height. Goodrich is currently fighting it out with Stanford's Dose for the Big Six scoring title. Each has one game to go. But the southpaw gunner's 21.9 season average was a key to the Bruin success this year. Overcomes Critics Counts is a 7-footcr who in the past has drawn criticism by staying outside the key and not taking full advantage of his height. This year he has been murder on the boards as his 461 rebounds and 26.7 scoring average attest. Counts sparked his Beavers to a national fifth ranking and a 25-3 record. Dose is the greatest scorer in Stanford history, which means he pushed more baskets through the hoop than players such as Hapk Luiselti, Ron Tomsic, or George Yardley. Going into the final game of the year, he has a career total of 1428. He has been slowed by injuries much of this year, but is still averaging 19.4 per game. He hit 42 against Washington State to break Tomsic's Stanford Pavilion record in his last outing. Johnson is the outstanding won 16 in a row in breezing to the West Coast Athletic Conference title. He has hit 58 per cent of his shots from the floor and is among the nation's leaders in rebounds. Reserves Good Hazzard and Goodrich's class forced a fine pair of guards down to the UPI second team Russ Vrankovich of Santa Clara is the leading scorer in the West Coast Athletic Conference and could break the league scoring mark. Charley Williams is flashy guard who lead Seattle to a 20-5 mark and a berth in the NCAA Tournament. These two in turn shoved another standout backcourt performer, Jim Jarvis of Oregon State, to the third team. Rounding out the second team were U.C.L.A. forward Jack Hirsch, John Tresvant of Seattle and Maurice Talbot of Fresno State, easily the outstanding player in the California CoUegi ate Athletic Association this year. The third team: Jarvis, Joe Ellis of U.S.F., Steve Anstett of Portland, Al Young of Southern California, and Jim Boutin of; Lewis and Clark in Oregon. Honorable mention—Slaughter, UCLA; Wolthers. Wall, CalUor- nia; Peoples, Washington; Vad- set, Washington State; BrovcUi. Lee, U.S.F.; Edwards, San Jose State; Wilson, U.O.P.; Lee, San ta Barbara; Wilson, Gonzaga; Peters, Oregon State; Jones, Baraett, Oregon; Rambo, Long Beach State; Shawcroft. San Diego State; Horwath. Cal Poly SLO); Renaud. Los Angeles State; Cotwright. Chapman; Fisher, La Verne; Sell, Occi dental; Smith, Cal PoJy of Pomona; Walsvick, Chico State; Donlan, Nevada; Stepp, Nevada Southern, Stroup, Los Angeles Pacific; Prestesater, Azusa; Whalcn, Pacific Lutheran; Skelton. Wcstmont, Sprague, Pugct Sound. TAKLVG fflS OWN MEDICLNE—This is Stan Musial on his back. He looks as if he's in distress, but he's not. Instead of distress, it is stress which shows on his face. Stan is going through trainhig exercises with the St. Louis Cardinal team at St. Petersburg. Fla. He is keeping himself in shape to live up to his new role as chairman of the President's Council on Physical Fitness. Training camp briefs + star on a USF team which has Seeks to enlist athletes rights fight CHICAGO (UPI) — Mai WhiUield, a star on the 1948 and 1952 U.S. Olympic track teams, suggested Wednesday that Negro athletes should boycott the Tokyo Olympics this fall unless they gel "first class citizenship at home." "It's time for American Negro athletes to join the civil rights fight." Whitfield wTOte in an article in Ebony magazine. Politicians, he said, would wake up to the fact that freedom means more to Negroes than promises in platform speeches "if every single Negro atlilctc, after qualifying for the U.S. team, simply decided to stay at home and not compete." "The 1964 U.S. team will be dotted with dark faces in greater number than ever before," he wrote. Tliere's bad news today for National League hitters. Sandy Koufax insists he should be able to improve on his 1963 record, when he won 25 of 30 decisions. "There's room for improvement until you win every game." the Los Angeles Dodgers' ace southpaw explained in an alarming matter-of-fact fashion after his initial workout Thursday at Vero Beach, Fla. "I feel I can improve in my number of victories and on my ratio of walks this year," added the major league's outstand ing pitcher of 1963. "I may lose more games, but if I'm lucky feel I can win more, too. Fifth In Confrol Koufax allowed an average of .68 walks per nine innings last ear to rank fifth among the National League's control pitchers. In seven of his 20 complete games, Koufax didn't allow a single pass. He issued only 62 walks in 311 innings over the entire season. Felipe Alou raised a few eyebrows in his initial drill with the Milwaukee Braves Thursday at West Palm Beach, Fla. The slugging outfielder, obtained from San Francisco in a ivintcr trade, belted two balls over the left-center field fence, 400 feet from home plate. Hank Aaron also left Manager Bobby Bragan chortling with glee as he knocked three practice pitches out of the Braves spacious training camp. Reniff Signs Hal RcnUf, the New York Yankees' best right-handed relief pitcher last season, fipally signed his contract for an estimated Sl,500 raise, which put him m the S16,000-a-year bracket. The Yankees now have only one unsigned player — 21-game winner Jim Bouton, who is seeking a 100 per cent raise to $18,000. The Kansas City Athletics reduced their holdout list to three — Rocky Colavito. George Alusik and Moe Drabowsky—when Waj-ne Causey came to terms. Causey was the A's leading hitter last year (.280) and also topped the club in doubles (32). John Tsitouris, the Cincinnati Reds' last holdout, capitulated. So did Floyd Robinson of the Chicago White Sox, leaving pitchers Juan Pizatxo and Joe Horlen outside the fold. PALSr SPRINGS, Calif. (UPI) —The Los Angeles Angels held their final spring training workout today before Saturday's e.xhibition game against the Chicago Cubs. Manager Bill Rigney said on Thursday that Ken McBride, Julio Navarro and Bob Duliba would share the pitching load in the game. The infield will consist of Charlie Dees at first, rookie Bob Knoop at second, Jim Fre gosi at shortstop, Billy Sloran at third and Bob Rodgcrs behind the plate. Lee Thomas will cover right field, while Albie Pierson will be in center and rookie Dick Simpson in left. Barnum hopes to keep ahead PENSACOLA. Pa. (UPI) Hitting his irons with sharp accuracy, big John Barnum tecs off today hoping his "petulant putter" will keep him ahead of the field in the second round of the $30,000 Pensacola PGA Open. Bamum. the eldest man (o win a PGA tourney when he took the Cajun Classic at Lafayette, La., two years ago at the age of 51. canned four birdies and an eagle Thursday to take a one-shot lead with a 67. UR swimmers lose NORTHRIDGE (UPI) — Valley State CoUege defeated the University of Redlands, 57 - 37, Wednesday to wm their third swimming meet of the season. TUCSON. .Ariz. (UPI)-Slugger Loan Wagner rapped Fred Haney. his old boss with the Los Angeles Angels, as a "sort of Khrushchev" today and also put the wood to pitchers Dean Chance and Bo Belinsky. 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