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Homung, Karras reinstated by Pete Rozelle NEW YORK (UPI) — Paul Hornung of the Green Bay Packers and Alex Karras of the Detroit Lions, who were suspended last year for gambling, were reinstated today by Commissioner Pete Rozelle of the National Football League. Rozelle announced that the cases of the two star players had been "reviewed separately" by him and that he is satisfied they now have "a clear under' standing of the seriousness of the offenses" charged against them. The two stars were suspended last April 27 after a long investigation for "specific viola- toins" of their contracts, chiefly for betting on NFL games. Both players missed the en tire 1963 season as a result of the suspension. Komung has been three times scoring champion of the NFL, while Karras has been one of the league's outstanding tackles. Warriors can win division title toniglit By United Press International The San Francisco Warriors will win the National Basketball Association's Western Divi sion championship if they beat the Philadelphia 76ers tonight. The Warriors, who were idle Sunday night, were assured of at least a tie for the division crown when the Cincinnati Royals dumped second place St Louis, 124-101. Both the Warriors and the Hawks have two games remaining, and if St. Louis loses one or San Francisco wins one, the race is over. In other action in the NBA Sunday night, the Eastern Division champion Boston Celtics downed the Baltimore Bullets 129-105, the Los Angeles Lakers roUed over Philadelphia 120-95 and the New York Knickerbockers beat Detroit 139-125. As usual, Oscar Robertson led the Royals with 25 points, followed by Jerry Lucas, who scored 21. Boston scored 49 points in the last quarter of their game to win their 58th contest of the season. They have two games remaining, and if they win both of them they will equal their season record of 60 wins set last season. Baltimore's Don Kojis also scored 24 to share the scoring honors. Captain Elgin Baylor paced the Lakers to their come-flrom- behind romp over the 76ers, scoring 34 points to take game point honors. The Lakers got an unexpected boost as center Gene Wiley hit 16 points for his NBA career high. In the New York-Detroit game. Bailey Howell of the Pistons led all scorers with 27 points, but the Knicks had four men wh hit 20 or more. It was a close game most of the way, with New York leading only 93-92 at one point in the third quarter, but Bob Boozer bit a couple of quick baskets to pull New York into a comfortable lead which they never lost NEW FACES JJOW IP THB ZS-VBAS- OLD CuSAfJ6ETSTX>V/f{ rOFJBST EtJOUSH TO SHO^»/S SPSEO,-TUB JZM^ \^a-L MVE. A sen/ t£>Ol£AT TJ-flOD SASE. Devlin wins St. Petersburg Open with 272 ST. PETERSBURG. Fla. (UPI)—Bruce Devlin, who almost went home to Australia broke and discouraged in 1963, started a week's rest today aft- ter winning the St Petersburg Open golf championship Sunday and $3,300 in top money. The young French Open champion shot a sizzling 16-under-par 272 with his card for the 72 holes reading 69-64-69-70 —272. One place behind the 26-year- old Aussie was Dan Sikes of Jacksonville, leader by five strokes going into the second round. Sikes fired a closing 68 Sunday and won $2400 for his skiU. With a third place total of 277, Jacky Cupit shot a 68 Sunday to pick up two strokes on Devlin and win $1,700. At fourth place was a three way crowd with cards totaling 278. Burly Masters champion Nack Nicklaus shot 70 Sunday, Joe Campbell 69, and Dave Ragan a 68. Each got a check for $1,400. Re.x Ba-xtcr Jr., slipped out of the second place niche he held at the beginning of Sunday's round and shot a 75 for a 282 toUl and S800. Raymond Floyd, the defending champion, went to a local hospital Saturday night and bad his painful appendbc frozen to avoid an immediate operation. Then Sunday he fired a 71 for a 283 total and $500. BIRTHDAYS ST. LOUIS (UPI) - William J. McGoogan, David Lipman and Robert Posen, sports writers on the St. Louis Post- Dispatch, celebrate birthdays on the same day — February 13. At Empire Bowl: Broken Dozen High Game — Don Wheeler 209, Judy Pool 187, High Series — Don Wheeler 535, Jean Harrod 529. 200 aub — Don \Vheeler 209, Harold DavU 203. Standings: Dons Trenching 43-29, Lipskey and Son 3914-32',-!, Valley Trenching 39-33, Hous- kens Sheet Metel 38-34, Sages 32-35, Buds Richfield 34-38, Yucaipa Glass 33Vi-38ii, Home Electric 32^4 -39V2, Chateau Hair Fashions 33-39, Vogue Cleaners 30Vi-41Vi. Empir* Mixed Four High Game — Archie Silverman 221, Adele Edwards 186, Series — Jack Goddard 604. Diane Pcttey 489. 200 dub — Archie Silverman 221. Terry Senk 219. Jack God dard 2X0, Gordy Edwards 202, Frank Wesley 201. Standings: Banner Mattress 52-23, Gordys Senice 46-29, Waj-ne Gossett Ford 44-31, Standard Station Two 41Vi-33^i, Lange and Runkel 40-35, Babcock Const 38-37, Half Shots 3243, Panchos 29-46, Standard SUUon One 28-47, Hopkins Const 24Vi-30',i. Strikers High Game and Series — il. Adele 188, 481. Standings: Early Risers 4329, Merry Markers 40-32. Dunlap Dudes 39-33, Brand S's 37 35. Lucky Strikes 35-37, Pin Dodgers 34-38, Happy Go Luck- ies 31-41, Hits and Misses 29 43. Saertd Heart Community High Game — Leo Wilkinson 227, Martha Green 208, Series — Don Poe 569, Martha Green 512. 200 Club — Martha Gren 208, Leo Wilkinson 227. Harold Sullivan 200, Don Poe 208. Frank Labagnara 201, Dean Allman 215. Standings: HiSpots 80V3-27l=, Alley Gaiters 68v4-39'/2, Spare Makers 67-41. Michigan 67-41, Green B's 66-42, SpUt Ni.x 61 Twelve 56-52, Pin Poppers SS\z- 47, Easterners 60-48, Lucky SZ\i, Shamrocks 51-57, Four Pins 51-57, Guys and DolLs 48V2 59',;, Cosa Nostra 45-63, Serpen tine Four 39Vi-68Vi, Go Getters 29-79, Pin Busters 28i4-79^. Mixed Ed and Mary Roncy won the mixed doubles with a 1216 ser ics with Mary rolling games of 224. 201 and 234 to carry the team. Second place went to Hazel Parker and Carroll Brooks with 1172. Bill and Madeline Chase were third with U67. At Tri City Bowl: Mixed League High Game - Al Yeager 199 Pat Hobacfc 199, Series — Gene Baty 490, Pat Hoback 475. Standings: Redlands Cab 3014, Double A Dist. 24-20, Ret- tigs Machine Shop 22-22, A and P Auto Parts 20-24, Ben's Bombers 18-26, The 30O's 18-26. WHL standings Denver PorUand 32 29 6 Los Angeles 30 30 8 San Fran. 31 34 3 SeatUe 28 32 6 Vancouver 24 40 3 Sunday's Results Portland 4 Vancouver 1 Monday's Schedule No games scheduled. W LTPtsCFGA 43 23 2 88 260 195 70 222 218 68 207 235 65 219 251 62 234 214 51 215 244 lAR OR 6ETTE By JULIUS SOROS ui.'6PEN CHAMPION i—Swingers vs. Hitters Success of the hitters no doubt influences the swing styles. It could well be that the Palmers, Nicklauses and Players are breeding a generation of amateur golfers who at least appear to be trying to knock the cover off the ball. In 1964, however, a swinger won the United States Open. Possibly my success with the more easy - flowing rhythmical swinging swing will encourage some golfers to adopt this stjle. I hope so because I strongly feel that a swinging swing is much easier for the ordinary golfer to control than is the power swing. I also feel that the difference in distance generated by each style is negligible. Tb control a fast swing, which requires split-second hand action, a golfer must play often. The weekend golfer will have less trouble keeping a swinging wing operable than he \vDuld an all-out power stroke. The swinging swing pattern is applicable on all shots. I even make the exact same pre-swing moves on a sand shot as I do on a drive. I will tell you how to buDd a fluid swingmg swing. The pro cess starts when j-ou align your Grelle looking forward to race withO'Hara CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPI) Jim Grelie of Los Angeles is looking forward to meeting Tom O'Hara outdoors after a heralded duel between the classy milers failed to materialize this weekend. O'Hara. the sensation of the indoor track season as he twice broke the indoor world record, was unable to compete in the 24lh annual Knights of Colum bus track meet Saturday night because of a strained groin muscle. Grelle showed that it might have been a very interesting race as he won in 4:02.3, hav ing five-tenths of a second off O'Hara's meet record. The time is the fastest ever run on a 12 lap to the mile track. Grelle shared top honors with John Uelscs who posted an .American indoor record in win ning the pole vault; Dianne Gerace of Canada who set a world indoor record in the women' high jump and Done Rcid of Michigan who tied the meet record of 5.2 in taking the 50 yard dash. Uelses sailed 16 feet, 4^2 inches to break John Fennel's American record by one quar ter of an inch. Miss Gerace, of Trail, British C:blumbia, leaped five feet nine inches to shatter the former mark of five feet SVb inches. The winners of the other ma jor events were Bill Crothers in the 600-yard run, John Bork in the 1000-yard run, Paul Jones who took the 50-yard high hurdles, Abby Hoflman who won the women's half mile, Bob Schul who took the two mile, and Seton Hall which upset Villanova in winning the university two-mile relay. ftedfonds Daily Facts MOIL. March 16,1964-13 Redlands High to open defense of tennis title Coach Paul Womack's Redlands high Terrier tennis team opens defense of its CStrus Belt League crown tomorrow when they tangle with Riverside Poly Bears on the Poly courts. Play will begin at 3 p.m. Last year Womack guided the Terrier netters through the CBL and into the California Interscholastic Federation playoffs. Friday the "Terrier tennis sc|uad will be at home against CBL rival Colton Yellow- jackets. •Riverside Poly Away •Colton RHS •Ramona RHS Santa Ana Away •Pacific Away •Chaffey Away •San Bernardo RHS •FoDtana Away •Riverside RHS Sunny Hills .Away Mar. IT Mar. 20 Mar. 24 Mar: 28 Mar. 31 Apr. 3 Apr. 14 Apr. 17 Apr. 21 Apr. 30 CBL TROPHIES FOR ROOKIES - The 1963 Rookies of the Year get together with trophies almost as big as they are during presentation ceremony prior to White Sox-Reds exhibition game in Tampa, Fla. Gary Peters, left, of Chicago WhHe Sox wos American league honoree and Pete Ro^ of the Cincinnati Reds won the National league title. (UPI Telephoto) Killed in race car crash GARDENA(UP1)-Jack KoUy, Anaheim, was killed yesterday when his race car hit a wall and flipped during the 30-lap main event at Western Speedway. A second car hit the wall and flipped at the same time, but the driver, Les Crawford, San Diego, escaped unhurt. SC dominates track meet SAN DIEGO (UPD-The University of Southern California track team won 10 of 14 events and set seven records Saturday to dominate a triangular track meet against Long Beach State and San Diego State. The Trojans amassed 103 points to Long Beach's 48 and San Diego's 28. Honor Red Sox DETROIT (UPI) — Cart Ya- strremski. the American League's 1963 batting champion with a .321 average, will head a delegation of four from the Boston Red Sox to be honored at the 23rd annual Capuchin baseball dinner at Ctobo HaD, May 17. Pitcher Dick Radatz, JIanagcr Johnny Pesky and road secretary "Tom Dowd also will represent the Red SO.T at the dinner. Misses pianOf lands on first sax PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Tucker Smith, 25, a dancer in the show "Anyone Can IVhis- tle," usually jumps from the stage to the top of a piano in the orchestra pit during a lively routine. However, Saturday night he missed the piano and landed on 3 saxophonist, putting the musician in the hospital and denting his instrument. Riverside wins state tourney WALNUT (UPI) —Undefeated Riverside City College won the California State Junior College Basketball Tournament Saturday by downing Hancock College 78-71 behind the 27-point performance of Bob Rule. COAST GUARD TEACHES SAFETY SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The U.S. Coast Guard operated 35 mobile boarding teams throughout the United States in education to waters under fed 1963 to spread boating safety eral control. body correctly to the targetjjtja A SWIMJING twtag if anA' Mcier te the •rdiaary Next it involves a rhythmical and consistent pattern of placing the feet and setting ap to the ban. Finally, there is the tempo of the swing itself. rrrom the book, "Par Golf or B«f- t*r~ by JuUiu Boros. Copjrisht by iPrcnUce-HiU. Inc. Xsxiewood CUib, Oxy edges UCLA in track LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Occi- dcntal College nipped UCLA Saturday 76-68 in a dual track and field meet at Patterson Field. Added power in Howard, Davis Dodgers, great in '63, may be better in '64 Capt "William Bligh, infamous through "Mutiny on the Bounty," had previously accompanied Capt. Cook on his search for the breadfruit growing on south seas islands. Because of this, Capt Bligh was known as "Breadfruit Bligh." (EDITORS NOTE: This is the first of 20 dispatches on the 1964 prospects of the ma- ior l&agua baseball clubs.) By LEO H. PETERSEN UPI Sports Editor VERO BEACH, Fla. (UPI)- Thosc who don't see how the world champion Los Angeles Dodgers could possibly be any better, are cordially invited to come out and take a look for themselves The Dodgers approached baseball perfection when they swept the mighty New York Yankees four straight games last October. It was difficult then to conceive how the Dodgers could do any belter. Manager Walt Alston honestly thinks they can — because "we still have the pitching and should have more power." The pitching Alston talks about merely happens to be the best in baseball. It may not be 'deep but it's gilt-edged up front. That added power he men tions could come from big Frank Howard — if he's available—and fleet WUlie Davis. Hoping For Howard Alston' power hopes, of course, hinge on the hope that Howard will change his mind and decide to play this year. And Howard's latest word is it would be "virtually impossible" for him to play. If those two whack the ball with the added authority Alston envisions and Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale, Johnny Podres and Ron Perranoski keep firing the ball in the same style they did last year, the Dodgers could become the first club to win National League pennants back to back since the Milwau kee Braves did in 1957 and 1958. They say pitchmg is at least 75 per cent of the game. The Dodgers have it in spades. There's Koufax, who seems well on his way to becoming lone of the best of all time. He won 25 games last season while losing but five and set down the Yankees twice in the World Series. There's big Drysdale, a 19 game winner, whose wicked sidearm curve ball handcuffed the Yankees on a three-hitter. 1-0, for the most glittering performance in last October's se ries. There's Podres. who won only 14 games, but all of them big ones. There's Perranoski, who won 16 games and saved 19, to become the game's outstanding relief pitcher. Teams With Perranoski There's Bob Miller, who won 10 games but who teamed up with Perranoski in the latter half of the season to become an outstanding bullpen man. U Howard plays Alston has a settled outfield with Willie Davis in center. Tommy Davis (no relation) in left and Howard in right Tommy Davis won the league's batting champion ship last year for the second season in a row. Willie Davis is probably the fastest man in baseball and Howard can swing a bat with the mighty. "Some day," predicts Alston, Howard is going to out-homer them all." Catching is a settied spot with John Roseboro the No. man and Doug Camilli behind him. Jeff Thorborg. one of four rookies the Dodgers' must keep on their roster this year, may stick as the No. three catcher. Alston says he won't decide on his infield until opening day, But you can bet it will tie Ron Fauriy at first if he's not needed in right field, Jim Gilliam at second, speedy Maury Wills at short and Ken McMullen at third. If they don't make it— and don't bet agamst it—there are a lot of other candidates. So, all in' all, you can see why the Dodgers look good— maybe too good for the rest of the league. Two teams tie in golf event Gerry Larsen and Rex Cran mer tied with Bert Marcum and Frank Roberts with net S8's for first place in the best ball of partners golf tourney heM Saturday at the Redlands Country Club. Second place with a net 60 went to Steve Denis and Ed Dykeman. Claire Day and Gerry Larsen shot a net 61 for Uiird. NOTICE OF HEARING OS PETITION FOB PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAME.VTAKY No. 33448 In the Superior Court of lh« Stite of CalUomia. In and for tbe County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of CARL F. HALES. someUmes known as C. F. HALES. Deceased. Notice is hereby (tren that the peUUon of Edna S. Hales for tbe Probate of WUI of Carl T. Hales, sometimes knosni as C F. Bales, the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to said petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, -wfll be heard at 930 o'clock on Friday, March 17. 1SC4. in the court room of the Probate Department. Room 303 of the above entitled Court at the courthouse In the City of San Bernardino In the above dolcnated county and state. Dated March IS. 19M. V. DENNIS WARDLS, Oerk. By Edith CanpbeU. Deputy Qerk EDWIN B. HALES. Attorney for PeUtloner. (First publication Mar. le, I9Si) IRISH DUE—Ever see so many people around a horse? They are Irish racegoers paying their due to Arkle, winner of the Cheltenham Golf Cup at Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, England. Arkle, owned by Anne Duchess of •Westminster, was trained in Ireland by Tom Dreaper. He was ridden by Irisi jockey Pat Taaffe. He defeated, among others, the English diampion Mill House, which was second with G. W. Robinson in the irons. Two foursomes tie for Jack ond Jill lead Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Zeiner and Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Larsen tied with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hurt and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Domfeld in the Sunday Jack and Jill tournament held at the* Redlands Country Club with net 132. Tying for second with a net 133 in the mixed foursome tourney were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hales and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Finch, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hooper and Les Sherman and Mrs. NeU Sherrod. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moser and Col. and Mrs. Frank Thorn- quest look third place with a net 134. Ashe upsets Ralston to win title PASADENA (UPI) - Arthur Ashe, ranked No. 6 in the nation, upset U. S. Davis Cup star Dennis Ralston. 5-7 6-4, 8-6, Sunday to win the Southern California Intercollegiate tennis championships. Ralston and Bill Bond, teammates at the University of [Southern California, defeated the top UCL.A pair, Ashe and Charles Pasarell, in the men's doubles final 6-4, 64. Trojans down Santa Barbara LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The University of Southern California Saturday scored an 8-2 victory over the University of California at Santa Barbara for their second California Intercollegiate Baseball Assoc. win of the year. UCLA splits doubleheader TUCSON, Ariz. (UPI)—UCLA split a doubleheader Saturday against the University of Arizona, dropping the first game 10-9 and winning the second 4-3. Who's Who NEW YORK (UPI)—The 1964 edition of Who's Who in Baseball, edited by Los Angeles Dodger statistician Allan Roth, contains data on 526 major league players, including year- by-year batting records of 302 players and 224 pitchers. 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