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12-Monday, Mar. 9, 1964 Redlands DaUy Facts U.R. meets Kentucky at Kansas City University of Redlands BuU- dogs, champions of the NAIA District Three take to the Kansas City hardwoods tomorrow morning in the opening game of the NAIA NaUonal basketbaU toomament. Coach Lee Fulmer's hoop squad will meet Kentucky State at 9:30 a.m. central standard time. The UR traveling team at the tournament includes the regular ' starting lineup of forwards Bob Engberg and George Newmyer, center Dick Fisher, and guards Dave Mohs and Gary Smith. Rieserves back in Kansas City are Gary Loper, Terry Friedlander, Dayton Dickey, Harvey Pinyoun, John Veeh and B o b Jones. Pan American College of Texas, defending champion was seeded number one for the tourney. The Pan American Broncos with a 24-5 record have four of the five starters back from last j'ear's championship squad. The big man is 6-9 Lucious Jackson. ..High Point College of North Carolina was seeded second and Grambling of Louisiana third. Grambling finished third in the tournament last year. Other teams seeded in t h e top eight in order are: Carson- Newman of Tennessee, Central Oklahoma State, Emporia State of Kansas, Indiana Central and Mansfield State of Pennsylvania. The pauings (Central Standard Time): Today 9:30 a.m. — St. Mary's (Texas), (13-12) vs. Central Connecticut (25-0). 11:15 a.m. — Mansfield State (Pa.) (18-3) vs. Miles (Ala.) (13-6). 1 p.m. — St. Joseph (N.M.) (17-8) vs. Georgetown (Ky.) (209). 4:45 p.m. — Indiana Centra! (25-2) vs. Morris Harvey (W. Va.) (20-10). 5:15 p.m. — Hastings (Neb), (23-2) vs. Huntingdon (Ala.) (24-5). 7 p.m. — Grambling (La.), (25-3) vs. Quincy (111.) (13-12). 8:45 p.m. — Rockhurst (Mo.) 22-6) vs. Eastern Montana (17. 8). 10:30 p.m. — Carson-Newman (Tenn.) (26-3) vs. Lewis i Clark (Ore.) (20-7). Tuesday 9:30 a.m. — Redlands (Cah'f.) (19-10) vs. Kentucky State (16-6) 11:15 a.m. — Georgia South em (18-11) vs. Dakota Wesleyan (21-2). 1 p.m. — High Pomt (N.C.) (23-3) vs. Ferris State (Mich.) (19-3). 2:45 p.m. — St Cloud State (Minn). (18-4) vs. Jersey City State (20-5). 5:15 p.m. — Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) (19-6) vs. Buena VisU (Iowa) (18-6). 7 p.m. — Pan American (Tex) (24-5) vs. Lacrosse State (Wis.) (20-1). 8:45 p.m. — Emporia State (Kan.) (19-7) vs. Quachita Bap tist (Ark.) (22-4). 10:30 p.m. — Central Oklahoma State (21-3) vs. Cedarville Ohio (19-5). Bulldogs score smashing track victory over Hens University of Redlands track and field team scored a smashing 11IW-33JS win over visiting Pomona College Saturday afternoon on the Bulldog oval. It was the second SCIAC win in a row for coach Ted Runner's thin- clads. The UR Bullpups notched their second win with a 93-38 tally over the Pomona frosh. Jack Vanderknyff moved up to the 880 from his usual quarter mile race and won in 1:59.4. He anchored both relay teams to victory turning in a 48.4 leg in the mile event Lee Johnson the new UR record holder in the shot put the iron ball out 56-2V4 to win his event. Dasbman Chuck Beedy breezed to the win in the 200 in 10.1 and then took the 220 in 22.3. Freshman Gary Cummins ran a 8.4 second 100 yard dash only to find that the meet officials had the finish tape at the 80 yard marker. "We realized what had happened when we looked at our stop watches," assistant coach Jack Savage said. The results: 100 yard dash — Beedy (UR), Barclay (P), Albin (UR), 10.1. 220 — Beedy (UR), Toralin (UR), McDoweU (UR), 22.3. 440 — McDowell (UR), Pulliam (UR), Loeb (P), 50.3. 880 — Vanderknyff (UR), Fo ley (P), Goyette (UR), 1:59.4. Jlile — Wyper (UR), Goyette (UR), McGarr (P), 4:30.6. 330 intermediate hurdles — Pulliam (UR). Haworth (UR), Rundel (P). 39.9. 120 high hurdles — JfcCrack- en (UR), GiUespie (P), Haworth (UR). 15.2. 2-mile — Kennedy (UR), Pollard (P), Goyette (UR), 9:48.4. 440 relay — Redlands (Beedy, McDowell, Pulliam, Vander­ knyff), 321.8. Javelin — Ellegood (P), lHul- cahy (P), Scrivcn (UR), 183-5. Shot put — Johnson (UR), Parrott (P), Moatcs (UR), 562>A. Discus — Weyand (UR), Johnson (UR). Scriven (UR), 136-8. Pole vault — Kirk (UR). McCracken (UR), Ellegood (P), 134. McCracken (UR), tie for 3rd, Wood (UR) and McCann (P), 6-2. Long jump — Albin (UR), Mc- Oacken (UR). tie for 3rd Wood (UR) and McCann (P), 6-2. Long jump — Albm (UR), Mc Cracken (UR), McCann (?), 23- OVi. Triple jump — Loeb (P), Albin (UR), McCracken (UR), 438. Team totals: University of Redlands 111^, Pomona College 3312. Freshman totals: UR 93, Pomona 38. Freshman winners: 100 — Cummins UR 8.4 (found to be 80 yards, due to error), 220 — E. JIason UR 22.6, 440 — E. Ma son 49.5, 880 — Hoyt P 2:02.9, mile — Hoyt 4:38.3, 330 hurdles — Schauer UR 42.2, 120 highs — Talbot UR 16.1, 2-mile Hoyt 10:03 , 440 relay — UR 43.9, mile relay — UR 3:26.6, javelin Phillips UR 143-lli, shot — Orr UR 45-H4, discus — Orr 118-4, pole vault — Gum UR 136, (new school record, old record 13-0 by Kirk, 1961). high jump — Heinz UR 5-6, broad jump — Ginn UR 19-2, triple High jump — Edwards (UR),ijump — Cummms UR 37-6U. Optimist tennis team defeats San Bernardino The Redlands Optimist Club Junior tennis team defeated the San Bernardino Juniors by a •core of 18 to 2 on the Redlands courts Saturday. The San Bernardino girls were only able to field a team of four girls with Redlands winmng 3 to 2 in the matches played. Cindy Pratt lost to Donna Melvin 6-1; Denise Gibson dcf. Kathy Smith 6^; Melissa Bamett def. Susan Muna 6-2; Patty Palmer def. Carie Munz 6-1; and Debbie Verdieck lost to Donna Melvin 6-3. The boys played eleven singles matches and four doubles. Tommy Walter def. Jack Donaldson 6-0; Paul Lieberman dcL Jeff Wideman 6-0; Gib Brown def. TiVke Blackstone 6-0; Ian Davis def. Barry Kropp G-0; John Buffington def. Mike Randolph 6-0; Gtry Palmer dcf. Pete Kahin 6-0; Kerry Dunn dcf. Bruce Short 6-0; Mark -Miles def. John Short 6-3; Ted HiU dcf. Steve Yoder 6-0: Lon Tharaldson-Mark Miles def. Donaldson-Widcman 6-3; J. Gaston-D. Cook def. Short Short 6-2; Larson-Rundle def Blackstonc-Kropp 6-4'; Van Wieren-Eckrote dcf. Randolph Kal- nln 6-0. The top sLx Tournament boys wiU play a pracUce match with the Hi^ School JVs at 4 p.m. nursday on the Cope courts in preparation for their final team match of the season with Lincoln Junior High of Santa Monica. Yucaipa junior, senior gome tonight A junior - senior basketball game, the first ever at Yucaipa high school will be played tonight at 7:15 p.m. in the Tbun- derbird gj-m varsity coach Kent Hayden said today. Sponsored by the school letterman club, Block Y, the contest between the "Future Greats" class of '65 versus the "Has Beens." class of '64 replaces the traditional faculty vs. varsity game. Tickets arc 50 cents for adults Wooden, coocA of yeor, gives credit to team NEW YORK (UPI) — John Wooden of UCLA today gave all the credit to his players following his selection as Unit cd Press International college basketball coach of the year. The choice of the S3-ycar-old grandfather in a nationwide poll of 293 sportswritcrs. editors and broadcasters was a natural as he led the top-ranked Bruins to their first unbeaten season in history. UCLA wound up its regulrar campaign with a 26-0 record and is favored to go on to capture the NCAA champion ship starting this week. Wooden, who started his coaching career in 1932 and never has suffered through a losing season, knows where the credit for his success belongs. "This certainly is a wonderful honor and naturally I am quite pleased," he said when informed of his selection. "I think any coach selected should be UR tennis team wins fiftli SCIAC match Coach Jim Verdieck's University of Redlands ten nisj titles, team won its fifth straight SCIAC match Saturday by turning back Claremont-Mudd 6-1 on the UR courts. The matches were cut short by rain. SINGLES Yeomans (R) lost to Goss, 6-8. 6-3. 3-2. default Ho>-t (R) def. MoffeU, 8-6. 8-6. Morris (R) dcf. Sohn, 6-3. 8-10. 6-2. Schoen (R) def. Swaj-ne, 13-11, 6-1. Hamilton (R) def. Marshall. 5-7. 6-3, 6-4. Kerber (R) def. Wentworth 6^. 2-6, 6-4. DOUBLES Morris and Yeomans (R) def. Goss and MoffeU, 6-2. 6-2. Team score: University of Redlands 6, Clarcmont-Mudd 1. tremendously proud. But it is the boys who play for him who get the coach in the position fo receive such an honor. And 1 have been fortunate in having a fine group to coach. "The boys deserve all the credit for. the success they en joyed this year. They did the job and showed the determination on the court necessary for victory." Wooden received 106 votes in the balloting, more than double the 47 awarded runnerup Adolph Rupp of Kentucky. Other coaches who received strong support were Lefty Driesell of Davidson with 23 voles and Dave Strack of Michigan with 22. Fred Taylor of Ohio State, who won coach of the year honors in 1961 and 1962, was fifth this year with 13 votes. Ed Juckcr of Cincinnati won last year. Wooden came fo UCLA in 1949 after 11 years learning his trade in the high school ranks. In his 16 seasons at the Los .4ngelcs college, Wooden's teams have compiled a record of 310 victories against 125 losses. The Bruins won three Pacific Coast Conference championships under his direction, two Pacific Coast Southern Division crowns and now three straight Big SLx Terriers win varsity relay events Redlands Terrier swimmers dominated the varsity events in the Optimist Invitational relays held at the University of Red lands Pool Saturday and set four new records. Coach Ronald Stuffs varsity took all si.x first places and were fourth in diving to build a score of 88 with Upland second scoring 62. Team trophies and medals were awarded by t h e Redlands Optimist club, sponsor of the meet. Chaffey won the B class event and Covina was strongest in the C class. A capacity crowd watched the preliminaries in the morning and the final events in the afternoon. The speedy Terriers peeled 3.8 seconds off the eld six-man freestyle relay mark set by Glendora; 3.5 seconds off the butterfly record held by Fontana; 2.2 seconds off the four-man back record held by last year's Redlands team and 3.2 seconds off the four-man free record held by Upland. OUier events won by the Ter rier varsity were the four-man breast and four-man medley. Varsity scoring was: Redlands 88, Upland 62, Paci fic 26, Covma 26, Azusa 24, Chaffey 24, Fontana 22, Ramona 16. Riverside Poly 14, Vic tor Valley 4 and san Bemar dino 2. B scores — Chaffey 74. Riv. Poly 68, Palm Springs 36, Up land 32. Victor Valley 20. Azusa 10, Fontana 8 and San Bernardino 2. C scores — Covina 72, Up lands 46, Chaffey 40, Fontana 28. Redlands 22, Riverside Poly 18, Pacific 16, Antelope Valley 4, Victor Valley 2. Redlands members of the varsity contesting teams were Six- man free — Dave Scott John Lenker, Jim Gardner, Garth Huffaker, Dean Kackley and Don Battersby. Four-man breast — Lenker, Gardner. Bob Treadway and Dave DeSalvo; C class Phil Mc Gowan. Charles Burgess, Bob Bruckart and Randy Starbuck. Four-man butterfly — Gard ner, Kackley. Lenker and Bill Brandenberger; C class Don Acheson. Mc(3owan. Burgess and Bruckart. Four-man back — Scott, Steve Melcher, Mike Patella and Huf faker; C class Richard Sooy, Starbuck, Acheson and Burgess. Four-man free — Battersby, Kackley. Brandenberger and Huffaker. Four-man medley — Patella, Treadway. Brandenberger and Battersby; C class Starbuck. Bruckart, McGowan and -Ache son. Redlands divers were Steve Smith, Rusty Davenport and Stan Maciejcwski. In the six-man free the Terriers finished well ahead of the field. Upland was second, Covina 3, Poly 4, Pacific 5 and Victor Valley 6. 3:22.2. C Breast — Upland. Chaffey. Riverside, Covina, Redlands and Fontana. 1:30.9. A Breast — Redlands. Azusa, 'Aren't My Feelings Worth Something, Too?' YMCA Girls' team victor in dual meet Redlands YMCA girls swimming team continued its undefeated season Saturday against Oescenta-Canada Y girls in the losers pool. The Redlands team rolled to a 97-41 \ictory. Redlands results: Midgets: Redlinds 52, Crescenta-Canada 1i 100 medley relay — Tina Connon. Chris Callis, Michal Thompson, Janice Canning — (1) 1:16.8. 25 freestyle — Michal Thomp son (1) 15.4, Wendy King (3). 25 breaststroke — Chris Cal lis (1) 19.9, Karen Martin (2) 20.4. 25 backstroke — Kim Johnstone (1) 17.9, Wendy King (2). 25 butterfly — Kim Johnstone (1) 16.7, Michal Thompson (2) 16.9. 50 freestyle — Janice Canning (2) 35.3, Stephanie Vince (3). 100 individual medley — Tina Connor (2) Karen Martin (3). 100 freestyle relay — Kim Johnstone. Chris Callis. Tina Connor, Janice Canning (1), 1:07.3. PREPS: Redlands 44, Crescenta-Canada 24 50 freestyle — Chris King (1) 31.3. Peggy Berg (2). 50 breaststroke — Wendy Larscn (1) 39.4. 50 backstroke — Kathy Shaw^ vcr (2), Pam Harmon (3). Palmer, Player, Barber in Pensaeola playoff 50 butterfly — Judy Martin Upland, Fontana, Pacific a n d (1) 34.0, Susan Griffin (2). San Bemardmo. 3:04.5. 100 flreestyle — Chris King C Butterfly — Covina, Fonta na, Chaffey, Upland, Redlands and Victor VaUey. 1:13.3. A Butterfly — Rcdlands,Chaf- fey. Upland, Fontana, Covina, Pacific. 2:31.0. C Back — Covina, Fontana. Upland. Redlands, Chaffey, Pa. cific. 1:21. A Four-man back — Redlands. Upland, Pacific, Covina, Chaffey and Fontana. 2:39.5. A Four-man free — Redlands, Upland, Covina, Fontana, A.\u- sa. and Ramona. 3:37.3. C four-man medley — Upland, Covina. Redlands. Fontana, Chaffey and Antelope VaUey. 2:56.8. A four-man medley — Redlands. Azusa. Pacific. Upland, Chaffey and Fontana. 2:35.4. The Terriers swim Alta Loma this afternoon at the University pool and tomorrow they entertain San Bernardino in a meet which was originally schedul^ for Wednesday. Friday they travel to Upland for a meet (1) 1:12.5, Patty Connor (3). 100 yard individual medley — Judy Martin (1) 1:16.8. Kathy Shawver (2). 20O freestyle relay — Chris King. Wendy Larsen, Kathy Shawver, Judy Martin (1) 2:15.5. Juniors: Redlands 0, Crtscenta - Canada 1 (Forfeit) INTERMEDIATES: Redlands 1, Crescenta - Canada 0 (Forfeit) Gymnastics winner NORTHBIDGE (UPI) — San Fernando Valley SUte CoUege, led by Dave Smith and John Gardner, won its second straight California Collegiate Athletic Association gymnastics champion ship Saturday. Smith edged Gardner for all- aod 35 cents for students and;around honors, 50.47 points to caa b* purchased at the door.l 49.95. UCLA wins LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The UCLA track team edged the San Diego State team 76-69 Saturday in an early season meet In the competition, five meet records felL San Diego's Darryl Nelson was named Star of the Meet after winning four events and breaking one record. PENSACOLA, Fla. (UPI)Defending champion Arnold Palmer, former Masters and PGA Utlist Gary Player and Miller Barber, a four year veteran scrambling for his first tournament victory, tee off today in a three-way playoff for the Pensaeola Open golf tiUe. The winner will get $4,000 and the other two will divide second and third place money with $2,300 each in the $30,000 open, which never had a playoff in eight previous years. It is the third playoff of the tour this year. Palmer has won 11 plaj-offs and lost four. Player has never scored a victory in seven tries. Barber has never finished so high in pro play. All three grabbed the lead at one time during the hectic ac tion Sunday. They started off tied at 205. All tiu-ee shot three- under-par 69s to finish the day at 274 — 14 under the 36-36-72 par Pensaeola Country Club. Palmer took the title last year with a ISunder 273 total. Amie and his army of fans reached the ISth tee with the husky Pennsylvanian one shot behmd Player and Barber. Palmer drilled a five iron through wet fog seven feet from the pm. then holed the putt to the screaming delight of more than 6,000 fans. Then it was Player's and Barber's turn. Player hit his approach shot 60 feet short of the flag. But despite the pressure, he rallied his approach putt three feet from Uie cup and holed it from there. Barber, who needed a two- iron to reach the green, saw his 12 foot burdie putt lip the cup. Doug Sanders, Johnny Pott, Burt Weaver, Jack Rule Jr. and Jay Hebert tied at 277 for $1,500 each. George Bayer, Ken Vent'uri and Gardner Dickinson Jr. won $1,100 each at 270. Dow Finsterwald. and Mason Rudolph, who picked up a $7,500 first place check at New Orleans last week, tied at 279 for S925 each. Mrs. Pepper's horse Mr. Consistency wins Santa Anita finale ARCADU (UPI)-Mr. Consis tency started on a lengthy rest today after having climaxed his outstanding winter racing sea son Saturday with a victory in a $75,000 division of the split San Juan Capistrano Turf Hand icap at Santa Anita. For the little runner it was his fourth stakes victory of the meeting and it ran his earnings at Santa Anita since the opening day to $210,750. The San Juan Capistrano was the final major stakes of the meeting which comes to a close Tuesday wiUi the runmng of the $25,000 added San Bernardino Handicap. The big Saturday crowd of 58,598 got its first Uuill when Manuel Ycaza, riding with a dislocated finger, stretched Cedar Key out to the San Juan Capistrano distance of about 1% miles on the grass to win the first division by nearly two lengths. Commg after Mr. Consistency had won the $145,000 Santa Anita Handicap, his victory in the San Juan Capistrano insured him of getting "Horse of the Meeting" honors. And Mrs. Ann Peppers, his owner, said the little thoroughbred would be giv- Fraley can't wait until April 1 By OSCAR FRALEY UPI Sports Writer MIAJU (UPI)-I just can't wait 'til April 1: \Wien I read Uiat Cassius X. Muhammed Ali Clay's mama, says that the so-called heavyweight champion of the world tried to talk at a very early age. Call me Malcolm X's fair- haired boy, but I have to think that Uiis admittedly beautiful imposter didn't talk as early as some, maybe not even as early as most but that young Marathon Mount is merely trying to make up for lost time. This corner has nothing against M. M. X. (Marathon Mouth X) better known as Gaseous Cassius. It has to figure that every man's reli^on is his own; the same goes for his ideas and his ideals, and thank goodness his mama is in his comer. Because in a short time even the NAACP is going to be looking for a white hope, the way things have been going ... April 1 seems awful far away to us country fellers when you read in the public prints that Mickey (no X) Mantle asserts without any sort of pressure whatsoever that baseball as it is played m the major leagues isn't a "game" for him any more. It would have to be assumed, in looking back on Mickey no X's career, that this well might be so. It isn't hardly a game for tapped-out Cliarley Finley out in Kansas Cit>-; to Commissioner Ford Frick when he annually tries to dicker for new multi-million dollar television contracts; for manager who get fired annually and in duplicate because they can't beat the Yankees and-or the Dodgers with inferior talent or for guys riding the minor league bushes in the few buses or bushes that are left In the course of playing this "game," Mantle has undergone four knee operations, had more physical trials and tribulations than a women's bridge club, and at 32 must long since have abandoned the "fun" ideas with which any normal Follyanna must have been obsessed back in the days when at 17 he signed a Yankee contract CaU me "April Fool" a lot early when I listen to the jazz hat Ernie (Terrible) TerreU is Uie number three boxing chal lenger for the so-called heavyweight championship of the world. (A much reduced world, quite obviously.) Yanks to Repeat I gotta be a fourth-month idiot when I read that Bill SkowTon expects to do well with the Washington Senators after crappmg out with the Yanks and Dodgers. My faiUi is slightly restored when he says that Yogi Berra will be a fine man ager for the Yanks and the Bronx Bombers will repeat in the AL race. Yet, I know, you know, and he and Lawrence Berra knows, that Pinocchio could direct the Yankees to the AL tiUe tills year. This spring training non sense is a lot of ticket-selling mumbo-jumbo and yet as a supposed rival m the fauT-tale IBM baseball business, Skowron has to rival Mata-Hari for picking against his own ball club ... . Then when I read that Cowboy Bob Ellis is the new heavyweight champion of Ohe wrestling world, well ... I may turn to politics for an almost honest count—starting April 1. Meantime, call me Oscar X, all-high potentate for lower taxes, higher sports morals, better athletes and a March fool frantically hopefiil of lasting 'til April 1. ' en a long rest probably until early summer. The top sprmt star of the meeting. Greentree Stable's Cyrano, heads a compact field of six horses in the San Bernardino at 1 1-16 miles Tuesday. The son of Tom Fool set a track record for six furlongs on opening day and then set an' oUier track mark in an overnight race at the same distance as Tuesday's stakes. Opposing Cyrano will be such good stakes performers as Olden Times. B. Major, Drill Site, Cadiz and (k)lorado King. Today's program featured the 520,000 Terrang Purse at IV* miles on the turf and drew a field of 14 headed by Upper Half, Dalsarroch Boy and Victory Beauty. Redlands to ploy Chino Redlands high Terrier base- ballers play host to Chino high tomorrow at 3:15 p.m. on the RHS diamond in a non-league game. In theur last outmg coach Joe DeMaggio's Terriers picked up a 11-9 win over Rubidoux high when they exploded for six runs in the second inning. Arie Franken drew the nod as the Binning twirler and he drove in two runs to aid his cause. Basil Lobaugh smashed out two singles and scored twice and drove in one run to lead Bed- lands. The game tomorrow will give the Terriers a chance to even their pre-season mark which stands at 1-2. LoVerne meets U.R. Tuesday La Verne Leopards invade the University of Redlands diamond tomorrow at 3 p.m. for a non- conference baseball game. Orange State downed coach Paul Taylor's Bulldogs 94 when they came up with five runs in the seventh inning on Friday. Bill Hart was the leading batter for the losers with a single and a double while Uiird sacker Bob Beck singled twice. UCLA,San Francisco in playoffs By United Press International Powerful UCLA, ranked No. 1 by UPI for its undefeated status in 26 basketball games, and tile University of San Francisco, winner of the West Coast Athletic Conference title, are pointing their scoring punch toward Corvallis, Ore., this weekend. UCLA completed its first undefeated cage. season in 45 years Friday night by whipping cross-town rival University of Southern Califohiia, 91-81. The Bruins \vill meet the winner of Tuesday night's game between Oregon State and Seat- Ue at Eugene, Ore. They join five other powers in the regional playoffs at Corvallis starting Friday. GaU Goodrich of UCLA walked off with league individual scoring honors for the season. In the team standings, Stanford took runnerup spot with a 9-6 mark while California had to settle for third with 8-7. use. Washington and Washington State followed in that order. Clean WCAC Record The University of San Francisco completed the conference season undefeated in 12 games and had an over-all mark of 22-4. The usually high scoring Dons were held down by Loyola Saturday night but still took a 60-45 victory. Coach Pete Pe- letta's squad won its 1st 18 games and goes into the Far West NCA.A regionals at Corval- Us. Ore., against Utah State. All-Conference center Ollie Johnson had 17 points fo lead all scorers. Loyola used stall- mg tactics to hold down the score. League records fell by the wayside as the season concluded. Russ Vrankovich of Santa Clara shattered five in the 9878 victory over Pepperdine. He taUied 44 points against the Waves, and that is a record, bettering one set joinUy by University of Pacific's Dave Davis and teammate Don Brownfield in 1956. Free Throw Record Vrankovich also hit on 16 of 16 free throws to better the WCAC mark of 14 set by Carroll V/iUiams of San Jose State nine years ago. The senior guard set a Santa Clara individual game and career record, bettering Kenny Sears' efforts of 41 points and 535. Vranko­ vich had a career total of 561. Jack Schalow. of UOP, connected on 15 of 17 free throws— the first 14 consecutively—to give his team a 62-49 victory over San Jose State and give his team undisputed possession of runnerup spot behind San Francisco. UOP's 15-11 over-all finish under new coach Dick Edwards was Uie highest in nine years, considerably better than the 012 mark last year whtn the Tigers were in Uie WCAC basement St. Mary's came fi-om behind to down the University of California at Santa Barbara, 57-54. Jim Moore paced the victors with 16 pomts. Santa Barbara was led by John Conroy who also had 16. Maury Wills to report to Dodgers camp VERO BEACH, Fla. (UPI)Shortstop Maury Wills was to report to the Los Angeles Dodgers spring training headquarters tonight or Tuesday, according to general manager Buzzie Bavasi. Wills finally came to terms with the world champion Dodgers Saturday after he and Bavasi talked by long distance telephone. Wills reportedly had been holding out for a $15,000 raise. However, it was reported that he finally agreed to sign for about the same $49,000 he received last year. Bavasi said, "He knows t'.e contract doesn't mean anything. If he does the job, he'll be paid accordingly." WiUi WUls m tiie fold, Uie Dodgers have only big Frank Howard to worry about However, Howard has permission to report late to setUe a "personal matter." He is expected to report by the end of the week. In Sunday's mtrasquad game, world series hero Sandy Koufax gave up three runs on four hits in two innings. He walked one and.struck out one. Koufax said later his arm was tired. "That's natural at this stage of training. It will get stronger, and I'll be ready," the speedy lefthander said. Dick Nen, home run hero of Uie deciding three-game sweep by th Dodgers in St Louis last September, boosted his spring training batting average to .600 as he collected four hits in the game. Johnny Podres, Jim Brewer and Ron Perranoski also took to the mound in the game. Don Drysdale pitched batting practice before the game. SELL IT TOMORROW WiQi low - cost Classified Ads

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