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10 -Friday, Mar. 13, 1964 Redlands Daily facts UCLA opens bid for NCAA hoop title By United Press International UCLA, the learn that had everything during the regular season, opens its bid tonight for the NCAA major college has- kelbaU Utle. The Uclans carry a perfect 26-0 mark into the Far "VVesl re- gionals, were named the No. team in the nation by UPI's board of coaches and John Wooden was honored as coach of the year. UCL.A. plays upstart Seattle in the nightcap of a doublcheader at Corvallis, Ore. Utah State • meets San Francisco in the opening game. Defending champion Loyola of Chicago goes against Michigan and Kentucky plays Ohio University in the Mideast re- gionals at Minneapolis, Minn. In the East regionals at Raleigh, N.C., Duke takes on Villanova and Princeton meets Connecticut, while Wichita tangles with Creighton and Te.>:as Western is pitted against Kan- •sas State at Wichita, Kan., in the Midwest regionals. The National Invitation Tournament opened in New York Thursday night with St. Joseph's (Pa.) defeating Miami (Fla.), 86-76, and New York University stopping Syracuse, 77-68. St. Joseph's beat the nation's No. 1 scoring team at its own run-and-shoot game as Steve Courtin tallied 30 points for the Hawks and Billy Oakes netted 21. Rick Barry, fifth leading scorer in the country, led Miami with 35 points. N'YU finally mastered an op ponent's all-court press and ad vanced to the quarter-final round. Happy Hairston topped the Violets with 29 points and Dave Bing had a Syracuse high of 31. Evansville, gunning for its third NCAA small college title, advanced to the final round of the tourney at Evansville, Ind., by ripping the State College of Iowa, 82-67. The Aces meet un­ rated Akron tonight for the championship. Akron disposed of North Carolina A&T, 57-48, in a semifmal game. Sloan Leads Aces Jerry Sloan led a parade of four Evansville scorers ui double figures with 23 points. Randy Berentz and Bill Stevens each scored 14 points for Akron. In NAIA tournament quarterfinals at Kansas City, Mo., Emporia (Kan.) disposed of High Point (N.C.), 90-78; top-seeded Pan American (Tex.) rolled to an 82-69 victory over Mansfield (Pa.), Rockhurst College of Kansas City ousted Si. Mary's (Te.\.), 59-54, and Carson-Newman (Tenn.) eliminated Central Oklahoma State, 61-55. Coach Wooden figures UCLA can go all the way because it's the best team I've ever coached." And Wooden never has had a losing season. UCLA was beaten by Arizona State in an early Western regional game last year and lost to eventual champion Cincinnati in the 1952 semifinals. Seattle stunned Oregon State Tuesday night for its 21st win of the season. San Francisco, which has won its last 18 games, takes a 22-4 record into the Utah State game. The Utes are 21-6. Loyola (214) has four members of its 1963 title team aiming for a semifinal berth at Kansas City, .Alarch 20. Oppos ing the Ramblers are Jlichi- gan's one-two scoring punch of Cazzie Russell and Bill Buntin, who led the Wolverines to a 204 record. Nash Leads Kentucky All America Cotton Nash leads Kentucky (214) against Ohio U. (20-5), which combines a fast-break with multiple defense systems. Kentucky has won the NCAA title four times. Duke (234) and Villanova (23-3) headline the Raleigh contingent. Outstanding shooters are Duke's Jeff Mullins and Villanova's Wally Jones. Princeton's All America Bill Bradley makes the Tigers (20-7) favorites over Connecticut (15-10), which upset Temple in a first round game. Wichita and Creighton enter their game with identical 22-5 records. The host Shockers have A)l America Dave StaU- worth and Creighton sports the nation's leading rebounder, Paul Silas. Texas Western (24-2) has Jim Barnes with a 30-7 scoring average going agaust Willie Mur- reU (21-9) for Kansas State, which won its last 11 games and enters the playoffs with a 20-5 record. National TV take for schools up 20 pet. CHICAGO (UPI) — NaUonal television of football games brought participating schools more than 5270,000 each, or about 20 per cent more than they received in the 1962 sea .";on. Big Ten Commissioner Bill Reed said Thursday. Reed said the figure was an estimate ba.sed on discussions with-conference athletic directors of tlie National Collegiate Athletic Association's television football schedule. Games seen on the regional networks will pay the schools more than S175.000, he said, as-compared-with about-$160 ,-1 000 the previous season. The television take rose from about $5.6 million the past two seasons to about S6.5 million the next two. However, under the new setup five more schools will share in the pot since this year there will be nine national dates and five regional with four games on each regional date compared to three in the past. m OR BETTE By JULIUS BOROS tUS. OPEN CHAMPION Athletes honored LOS ANGELES (UPI)-UCLA guard Gail Goodrich and Bermuda Dunes golf pro Tommy Jacobs Thursday were named CO - athletes of the month for February by the Helms Athletic Foundation. 4—The Complete Grip There is no one propor way (0 grip tiie club. There are many, just as there are many different sizes and shapes of hands, lengths of fingers and variations m over-all body structure and strength. Though j-our hands may perform suitably in the swing with one of several different grips, I do feel there are some things that you should look for and expect in your grip if your grip doesn't provide them, see your professional. 1. Comfort. You should feel at home with your grip. A com fortable grip makes you feel confident. (One might expen ence some initial discomfort after swtching to a different grip. This should gradually disappear.) 2. Control. There should be no slippage of the club at any point in the swing. 3. Feel. Though a firm grip is necessary to avoid slippage, you should obtain maximum feel by using a minimum amount of grip pressure. Normally, I'd say that the pressure in each hand should be equally distributed among all the fingers. 4. Unity. For your hands to work as a unit they should fit snugly together, occupying the AT FOR Bmms BERT S. HATFIELD BUICK 1963 BUICK SKYLARK Sport Coupe — Factory air conditioner, power steering, power brakes, bucket seats, radio, heater, etc. Sk9Q0C Sold new by us. Big savings here ^£,779 1W2 TEMPEST LeMANS Coupfr-Sficic shift, radio, heater, whitewall tires, bucket seats. Very clean. C |70C Local one-owner car 1M1 VALIANT 4-Door Sedan — Stick shift, low COOC mileage, local one owner car ^OJ9 19i1 BUICK LeSABRE 4 Dr. Hardtop — Air conditioner, power steering & brakes, radio, heater, seat C |QOC belts, whifewalls. Very clean local car ^1773 19« THUNDERBIRD-Foll power, factory air conditioner, radio, healer, whitewall tires. 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"Par Coif or Btt- tcr" by Julius Boros, Copyright by Prcnlicc-HaU, Inc., Englewood Cliffs Hockey league playoff under way By United Press International That fourth Western Hockey grabs tonight when Seattle hosts League playoff spot is up for San Francisco in one of two games on the schedule. Denver with 88 points and Portland and Los Angeles with 66 points apiece would seem to have pla.voff berths sewed up. San Francisco has 61 points after 66 games and needs the win over Seattle, which has 60 points after only 64 games. Last place Vancouver is at Los Angeles in tonight's other action. Celtics win division eighth year in a row By United Press International The Boston Celtics are the Eastern Division champions for the eighth straight year and the San Francisco Warriors look as though they will capture their first Western Division title. Boston walloped Detroit, 140120, to cement the Eastern loop title Thursday night even though Cincmnati futilely fought to stay in the running with a 128-111 decision over Philadelphia. San Francisco meanwhile dumped Baltimore, 125-102, to go two games up on the St. Louis Hawks with four games remaining for both clubs. The Celts played Detroit at Providence. R.I., and went all out from the opening whisUe. They built up a 25-point halftime lead and coasted home. Reserve Clyde Lovelette led the champs with 21, while Willie Naulls had 19, K.C. Jones IS, and Sam Jones and John Havlicek 17 apiece in a typical well-balanced Celtic attack. That means that Philadelphia and Cincinnati will meet in the first-round Eastern Division playoff for the right to take on the Cents. The case with which (he Royals crushed the 76ers Thursday night and Cincinnati's 9-3 season record against the Philadelphia team indicate that the Royals will be heavily favored. Oscar Robertson had 28 and Adrian Asmith 21, while Paul Neumann had 28 points for the losers after hitting 11 of 16 shots from the floor, including a 50-foot desperation shot at the final buzzer. San Francisco broke loose against Baltimore in the second period when big Wilt Chamberlain had three quick field goals to break a 25-all tie. Chamberlain had 35 points and Tom Meschery added 22. Terry Dischinger had 29 for the Bullets, who have played five games in five nights and have three guards on the in jury list. NEW FACES Lakers take on Warriors SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)—The Los Angeles Lakers take on the San Francisco Warriors tonight in the first of two games which could all but decide the play off pairings in the Western Div^ ision of the NaUonal Basketball Association. If the Lakers sweep the sc­ ries—one game in San Francis CO and one in Los Angeles—the second place St. Louis Hawks will have a good chance to move into first place. However, if the Warriors win both games, they will clinch at least a first place tie. If the Warriors end up in first place, Los Angeles will play the Hawks in the first round of the playoffs. The biggest problem the Lakers will have to handle will be - foot - 1 Wilt Chamberlain. Chamberlain has been a thorn in Los Angeles' side all season, averaging 10 points per game more against them than the other teams. San Francisco currently holds 6-4 advantage over the Lakers this season. Griffith smacked more by referee than opponent NEW YORK (UPD-Welter- weight champion Emile Griffith disclosed today he had been smacked more by the referee than by opponent Juan Carlos Duran during Wednesday night's riotous fight in Rome. The referee couldn't talk English," explained Griffith, who flew back from Rome Thursday. "And so he kept slapping me on the forehead to get my attention." Referee Fernando Pica slopped the bout in the seventh round because many of the 12,000 fans in Rome's Palace of Sports were throwing bottles shoes, tomatoes, potatoes and other objects into the rini They were protesting the dull bout. Co-manager Gil Clancy said "that referee must have slapped Emile at least 30 times. He kept trying to warn Emile against fighting with his head low, but he forgot that Duran skinny guy from Argentina was about six inches taller. And never did he order Duran to Junior college hoop tourney WALNTJT (UPI)—Tlie second round of the state Junior College Basketball Tournament got underway today with Hancock taking on Fresno and Pierce meeting Riverside in the championship bracket. In Thursday's action. Riverside edged San Francisco 42-40 and Pierce made quick work of San Diego 93-53. Hancock beat Antelope VaUey 90-82 and Fresno rolled over Santa Rosa 9869. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 Drysdale and Koufax to pitch tonight MEXICO CITY (UPI) — Don Drj-sdale and Sandy Koufax are scheduled to pitch three innings each tonight as the Los Angeles Dodgers open then: spring exhi bition schedule against the Mexico City Tigers. The Dodgers, here without shortstop Maury Wills and slug ger Frank Howard, play the Tigers tonight and Sunday and the Jlexico City Reds Saturday. Manager Waller Alston said Bob Miller will pitch the last three mnings in tonight's game. The starting infield for the World Champions includes Jim Gilliam at second, Ron Fairley at first, Dick Tracewski at shortstop, John Werhas at third and John Roseboro behind the plate. In the outfield. Tommy Davis will be in left, Willie DaWs in center and Wally Moon in right. Giants sold out for home grid games NEW YORK (UPI)-The New York Giants announced Thursday that all season tickets for their 1964 home games in the National Football League are sold. The season tickets were consumed only 10 days after they first went on sale. The remaining ducats will be sold on an individual game basis in late summer. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap- pUances will find a ready mar- kel through Classified Ads. fight' instead of running or clinching." In the sixth round, the 12000 fans were becoming restless and some began throwng paper cups into the ring. "Instead of urging Duran to fight," said Clancy, "the referee irritated the fans by warning them against throwing things. Well—when the seventh started — still dull — the fans threw everything into the ring. And it was a miracle that we weren't killed." It was then that the referee stopped the bout. And on Thursday the Italian Boxing Federation ruled the fight a "no contest," but it did not hold up the purses of the fighters. Three top track teams swing into action Jay expected to return to Reds today CINClNNA -n. Ohio (UPI)— Pitcher Joey Jay, who flew th« coop for a day without the club's permission, was expected to return to the Cmcinnati Reds' training camp at Tampa, Fla.. today. Jay took off Thursday to clear up an unexplained "personal matter." He could not be reached at his home here for comment. Both Jay and his wife. Lois, seemed resigned to a disciplinary fine. "If I have to pay a fine, I'll just have to pay one," the big righthander said before he caught a plane out of Tampa. I have a wife and five children at home. She needs my help. I'm going to help her." 'He's ready to face the consequences," Mrs. Jay said. She said her husband's trip had "nothing to do with iUness or anything like that." But she declined to say what the problem was. Reds owner Bill DeWittsaid the 28-year-old pitcher had asked permission to leave the club to go to West Virginia to take care of "some very important personal matters." Manager Fred Hutchinson denied permission. Jay owns oil wells at Spencer, W.Va., and during the off­ season spent considerable fime commuting between Cincinnati and the oil fields. He rented a home here this winter. DeWitt said he would not say "anytUng or answer anytlung at this time about the incident. "I will have something to say later, not today," he added. Browns line coach goes to Eagles PHILADELPHIA (UPI)-Dick Evans, defensive line coach for the Cleveland Browns, was named Thursday as an assistant coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. Evans, a coach with the Browns for the last four years, will become defensive coach for the Eagles under newly-appointed head Coach Joe Kuharich. Evans, who has been coaching for 19 years — nine of them in the NaUonal Football League — is rejoining Kuharich after serving as an assistant to him with the Chicago Cardinals, the Washington Redskins and Notre Dame University. He is the second former Kuharich aide to rejoin his old boss. Dick Stanfel was named the offensive line coach two weeks ago. Three more assistants remain to be named by Kuharich, who was appointed head coach by new owner Jerry Wolman to replace the ousted Nick Skorich. LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The three top college track and field teams swing into acUon Saturday when Southern California invades San Diego for a triang ular meet and UCLA travels to Occidental College for a dual meet. Southern California, the defending NCAA champions, was unbeaten in 11 straight dual meets last season and will attempt to stretch the streak to a dozen when the Trojans meet San Diego State and Long Beach State on the Aztecs' field. The UCLA-Oxy meet comes a day after the Bengals meet WhitUer and Pomona at Pomo na in a conference clash. Other meets Saturday include San Fernando state at Los Angeles State, Pepperdine at the University of California at Riverside, Claremont-Mudd at Redlands and the Pacific Relays at Pacific College. Seek track lease SAN DIEGO (UPI)—A group of 34 businessmen are planning to bid on a lease to operate Del Mar Race Track, according to John S. Alessio, manager of CaUente Race Track. Angels beat Boston 2-1 MESA, Ariz. (UPI) — Fred Newman, Bob Duliba and Ed Thomas were scheduled to pitch for the Los Angeles Angels today as they take on the Chicago Cubs for the third time since starting their spring exhibition schedule. The Angels beat Boston 2-1 on Joe Amalfitano's home nm in the sixth inning Thursday. Ken McBride got credit for the win as he pitched four itmings of scoreless ball. Don Lee, Jack Spring and Dan Osinski also pitched for Los Angeles The Angels' first run came in the first inning when Jay Johnstone got to second base after Dick Stuart booted his ground ball. Johnstone came home on Ed Kirkpatrick's sharp single. OUR LOTS LOADED WITH USED CAR OVERSTOCKED! 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