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Redlands Daily Facts 12-Tiies^ March 17,1964 RedlandsY. team smashes eighf records The Redlands YftlCA Boys swiniiniog team smashed ei^t pool records in scoring an easy win aver Whlttler YMCA by the score of 183-27 in tlie Southern Califomia YMCA League meet on Saturday. Cuppy {ucofficial dinsion) 8 years and under Redlands 3t Whittier 33. 80 yd. medley relay — tie for 1st, time: 1 :04.8 Bob Atkinson, Steve Landry, Clarence Glover, Martin Davis. 20 yd. free -Brian Connor, 3rd. 20 yd. Breast-Kevin . Connor, 2ad. 20 yd. Backstroke - Rick Sonkle, 2oA; Lee Hurley 3rd. 20 yd. Butterfly — Martin Davis, 1st, time: 17.5 Don Lappinga, 3rd. 40 yd. Freestyle — Paul Ba rich 1st, time: 29.6 Paul Lappinga, 3rd. 80 yd. Indiv. Medlay — Bob Atkinson, 2nd, Clarence Glover, 3rd. 80 yd. Free Kelay — Paul Barich, Bob Atkinsons, Martin Davis, Paul Lappinga 1st, time: 54.7. Midget Kcdlands 5S Whittier 12. 80 yd. Jlcdlcy Relay — 1st (new record 51.5 Mike Nenman, David ' Hugiies, Billy Shawver, Rick Hughes. 20 yd. Free—1st, Time: 11.8 David Hughes, Chuck John 3rd 20 yd. Breast—David Hughes, 1st time: 165 Bob Howard 2nd. 20 yd. Backstroke — Mike Neuman, 1st time: 13.3 John Atkinson, 3rd. 20 yd. Butterfly — Bill Shaw ver 1st time: 11.6 Peter Davis 2nd. 40 yd. Free—Mike Neuman 1st. time: 24.5 (new pool rec ord) Jeff Arendt 3rd. 80 yd. Indiv. Medley — Bill Shawver, 1st. time: 1:01.3 Bob Howard, 2nd. 80 yd. Free Relay — IsL time: 49.0 Chuck John, Bob Howard, Richard Erie, Richard Hughes. Preps Redlands 58 Whittier 9.. 160 yd. Medley BeUy — 1st. time: 2:20.2 Walt Richardson, Steve John, John Jones, Wes O^e. 40 yd. Free — Phillip Davis, 1st time: 27.2 Steve John 2nd. 40 yd. Breast — Phillip Davis, 1st. time: 32.9 John Jones, 2nd. 40 yd. Backstroke — Bill Brimberry, 1st. time: 27.7 (new record) Walt Richardson, 2nd. 40 yd. Butterfly Larry Boxer 1st. time: 25.5. 100 yd. Free-Larry Boxer, 1st. time: 1:05.3 (new record) Wes Ogle, 3rd. 80 yd. Indiv. Medley — Bruce Kocsis 1st. time: 55.5 John Jones 3rd. 160 yd. Free Relay — 1st. time: 1:36.4 (new record) Bill Brimberry, Walt Richardson Bruce Kocsis, Larry Boxer. Juniors Redlands 68 Whittier 6. 100 yd. Medley Relay — 1st. Ume: 2:12 BiU Wright, Mike Kassner, Scott Griffith, John Barrichlow. 40 yd. Free — PhiUip Snow don, 1st. time: 24.1, Bill Arm strong, 2nd. 100 yd. Breast — Rick Epperson, 1st. time: 1:22.8 Mike Kassner, 3rd. 200 yd. Free — Rick Canning 1st time: 2:17 (new record) Bill Armstrong 2Dd. 100 yd. Backstroke — Rick Epperson, 1st lime: 59.3 (new record) Bifl Wright 2nd. 100 yd. Butterfly — Bob Lawrence, 1st time: 1:28.5 Scott Griffith. 2nd. 100 yd. Free — Rich Canning, 1st time: 59.3 (new record) BiU Wright 2nd. 160 yd. Indiv. Medley — Bob Lawrence, 1st time: 2:16.1 Scott Griffith, 2nd. 160 yd. Free Relay — 1st time: 1:33.6, Rick Canning, Bob Lawrence, Phil Snowdon, Rick Epperson. Intermediate — Uncontested by Whittier — Marvin Benz, Steve Wilke, John Gorman, Ken Hurley established a New pool record with a time of 1:34.0 in 160 yd. Free Relay. Assisting Col. Will Brimbery were: Bob Silverman, bo>'s as sistant coach, George Barich, starter, Ralph Davis, Henry and Mrs. Kocsis, Mrs. Bill Shawver, Mrs. Atkinson, Col. Epperson, Stan Beyer. Dodgers open with Nets BENEFIT GOLF CLINIC — Miss Cynthia Sprague, Redlands' cjueen, and Bill Brode, pro-manager of the Sam Sneod All American Golf Course, CoUon, join in urging attendance at the golf clinic Wednesday ai 7:30 p.m. benefit of the San Bernardino County Crippled Children's Association. (Photo by Jim Sloan) Wednesday night 13 pros in Sam Sneod benefif golf clinic Thirteen golf pros, members ie will include: Brode, the host; SO leads golf f eoms LOS ANGELES (UPI) - University of Southern California today continued to boast domination over other regional golf contestants on the basis of its 3210 triumph Monday over Loyola. Despite extreme mad conditions, the Trojans and Lions finished their match, with Rick Rhoads of USC and Dick Johnson of Loyola sharing medalist honors—each with a 76. DevHii qadiffes LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI)- Australia'g Bruce Devlin became the 28th qualifier for the 12th annual Tournament of Champions at the Desert Inn Country Club golf course, April 30-May 3 when he won the St. Petersburg Open tournament on Sunday. of the San Bernardino-Riverside Counties Golf Professional Association, join forces Wednesday m'ght at 7:30 to present a golf clinic at the Sam Snead All American Golf Course, Col ton, with all donations going to the support of the San Bernardino County Crippled Children's Association, Bill Brode, course pro-manager, announced today. Present to lend emphasis to the need of the Crippled Children's Asso., will be Kenny Stout, of San Bernardino, the county "poster boy" bolstered by the Califomia "poster girl of the year." No admission will be charged for the clinic but contributions are urged, Brode stated. Pros participating in the clin- NBA Standings Etsfern Div'mon W. L. Pet. Boston 58 20 .744 Cincinnati 55 25 .688 Philadelphia 34 44 .436 New York 22 57 .278 Western Division W. L. Pet. San Francisco 47 33 .595 St. Louis 45 33 .577 Los .Angeles 41 38 .519 Baltimore 50 49 .380 Detroit 22 56 .282 Monday's Results Philadelphia 111 S. Fran. 110 Vic Pedrola, of Whispering Lakes country club, Ontario, chairman of all clinics; Jerry Kruegcr, Redlands country club; Walt Duda, Duda's Driving Range, Highland; Howard Ellis and Tim Boyer, -Arrow head country club, San Bernardino; and Howard Schmidt Red Hill country club, Pomona; Charlie Fox, Hesperia countp' club, Hesperia; Cecil Harris, Fairmont Golf Course, Riverside; Ron Reif and Jack Stokes, El Rancho Verde country club, Rilato; Jim Nelson, Gardenaire country club, Calimesa; and Ray Haj-nes, Victoria country club. Riverside. Directions from Redlands. to the Sam Snead All American Golf Course: West on Highway 99 (freeway) past CoUon to Pepper avenue, off ramp; right to Valley boulevard, and then left about 300 yards to the course. At 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, six of the pros will play 18 holes exhibition during the process of rating ttie course. The public is invited. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (UPI) — The World Champion Los Angeles Dodgers opened their Grapefrmt League exhibition season today against the lowly New York Mets. Sandy Koufax, the first player ever to win both the National League's Most Valuable Player and the Cy Young Awards, and ex-Met Bob Miller were scheduled to pitch for the Dodgers. Excluding the tfare« games played last weekend in Mexico City, the Dodgers have 25 preseason games to play, including the two-game city series with the Angels April 11 and 12. The Dodgers had a losing percent age of 12 wins and 15 tesses last spring. Four Dodgers are nmrsing injuries. Catcher John Roseboro has a swollen left knee, infielder Nate Oliver a pulled groin muscle, pitcher Don Drysdale a severe heel bruise and catcher Doug Camilli a puffed left shin. Shortstop Maury Wills, who went through his third workout in Vero Beach Monday after reporting 16 days late, exuded confidence about his forthcoming season. Some day I'm going to win the National League batting title," he said. "It might be this year." The switch-hitting lead-ott man batted .302 last season and .299 the year before. "One year I'm going to hit it real big, maybe .325." Wills said. Wills said he has agreed to terms with Dodger general manager <£. J. (Buzzie) Bavasi, but hasn't signed his contract yet. "I'm satisfied with my contract If I weren't I would not be able to play up to par," he said. BACK IN FOOTBALIr -Paul Hormin?. left, of the Green Bay Packers, and Alex Karras, right, of the Detroit Lions, who were suspended last year for gambling, have been reinstated by the National Football League. Hornung faces task of earning place on feam Moore says only miracle saved him SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) — A jovial Archie Moore looked forward today to his releaM from the hospital Wednesday or Thursday, and said it was a •miracle that saved me" from more serious harm in an auto- mobUe accident "I was going down the road 60 miles an hour and all of a sudden I am headlight to head' light with this car," explained Moore, a patient at Doctors' Hospital since the accident oo Saturday. JGs cooditioa has been listed as good since his northbound auto was stmek by an out-of-control vehicle on U.S. 101. "I was shoved onto the passenger side of the ear and was driving ft'om there to guide the car into the ditch rather than be hit by a big truck-trailer about lOO yards in front of me," said the former world light heavyweight boxing champ. Moore, who gave his age as 47, said he was undergoinf extensive X-ray and reflex examinations as well as tests by a nerve specialist. No broken bones were reported, and Moore said his principal discomfort was in the tower back. Stars in fourney MUMI, Fla. (UPI)-George Mira, Miami University's All. America quarterback, and New York Yankee slugger Mickey Mantle will play in the Pro- Celebrity golf tournament at the Doral Country Club, March 18. iROR BETTE "^liil^^^ftj^y JULIUS BOROS '^'^ • " ""^ iirOPEN CHAMPION 7— Swinrng Swing Deliberate thinking will prepare you for a co-ordinated swing. Every golfer should follow a pattern before every swing. I never vary my pre-shot motion. As I approach the ball from behind 1 decide on the shot's direction and trajectory. I decide which club will give me best results. I prefer not to fake pracfice swings before a shot This might interrupt my pre-swing pattern. From the moment I take the club from my bag or caddie until my sning is completed I want a steady, deliberate pattern of motion. Once 1 have the chib in my hands I stand aside from the baU; re-check the Une to the target; assume my grip; and finally, with my feet close to gether, I place the clubhead squarely behind the ball. The positioning of my feet and hips in relationship to the target line is a key point Without proper positiomng of the feet and hips I cannot achieve a swinging swing. In the correct hips-feet position my feet are parallel to the target line. This is a square stance. Myj hips are turned slightly to my POSmOMNG «r feet mi Ups is a key pMnt. left, however, or counter-clockwise, of square. (from the book. "Vti Go« or Bet- Mr" by Juliiu Boros. Copyright by ''rmUco-Han, Inc., Enflewood OUft, 'K.J.) Redskins led in kickoff returns NEW YORK (UPI) - The Washington Redskins and elusive Abe Woodson of San Francisco successfully defended their kickoff return titles during the 1963 season, according to official National Football League statistics released today. The Redskms. paced by Dick 'James, Frank Budd and Bobby Mitchell, averaged 26.84 yards per return, .06 better than the Pittsburgh Stcelcrs and .08 better than he San Francisco Fory Niners. Woodson, the only man in the history of the league to win the individual title in tliree different seasons, averaged 32.2 yards per return. He brought back 29 kickoffs for 935 yards and three touchdowns, the only player to tally more than once on a return. lie had a 31.3 average in 1962. The record aver age is 35.2 by Lynn Chandnois of Pittsburgh in 1952. Tim Brown of the Philadelphia Eagles totaled the most yards, 945 on 33 returns, well below Woodson's league record set in 1962 of 1,157. Brown's total returns tied Bill Butler of Minnesota for the most kickoffs handled. Woodson also set a league record 37 in that depart meat in '62. Woodson also turned in the longest return of the season— 103 yards for a touchdown in the Forty Niners' 24-20 loss to the Minnesota Vikings at San Francisco on Sept. 15. The record is 106 yards by AI Carmichael of Green Bay against the Chicago Bears in 1956. Gary Ballman of Pittsburgh was second to Woodson in the individual ratings based on average yards per return for| l| players who handled 14 or more kickoffs. Herb Adderly of Green Bay was third. Carver Shannon of Los Angeles was fourth and Brown of Philadelphia finished fifth. The league averaged handling 52.9 kickoffs per team during the season for an average re turn of 23.4 yards. Knoop making good as Angel's second baseman PALSr SPRINGS, Calif. (UPI) — Rookie Bobby Knoop. who batted .283 for Hawaii last season, is making the Los Angeles Angels' management look good in their intention to make him their regular second baseman. Knoop collected two hits Slon- day in the Angels' 12-5 romp over the Chicago Cubs. One of his hits, a triple produced two rms. And Knoop (rhymes with "pop") has been hitting the ball well all spring. The Angels met the Cubs again today for the sixth Ume in 10 exhibition games. Eighteen players on each club saw action Monday m the wind blown game. Relief specialist Julio Navarro fanned three batters in a two- inning stint and starter Barry Latman allowed one run and four hits in three innings of work. The Cubs jumped on Aubrey Gatewood for four runs in the sL\th. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Adsi By United Press Inlemational Paul Hornung, the "Golden Boy" of pro football, cleared one hurdle today but faces another — earning a place in the Green Bay Packer starting lineup. Hornung and Detroit AU-Star tackle Alex Karras returned to the good graces of the National Football League Monday when Commissioner Pete Rozelle lifted their one-year suspension for betting. A three-time NFL scoring champion, Hornung will battle Tom Moore for the job he once held so securely. And if Hornung thinks this is easy, he should recall the story of Way Pipp. The New York Yankee first baseman took a day off back in 1925 and never returned to the starting lineup. A youngster named Lou Gehrig took over that day and the rest Three named to coach Ofympic squad KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPD- Three coaches were named Monday to coach the National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA) 30 - man basketbaU squad in pre-Olympic trials. A. T. (Slats) Gill of Oregon State, Jack Gardner of Utah State and A. F. (Doggie) Gill of Dartmouth College wil) guide the three 10-man teams through the pre-Olympic trials scheduled to start March 23 at Lexington, Ky. is history. Moore was the eighth leading ground gainer in the NFL last season with 658 yards and a 5.0 yard average per carry. He scored six touchdowns. Hornung and Karras were banned from the NFL last April 17 "mdefinitely" for placing bets ranging from $50 to $500 mostly on their own teams to win. They missed the entire 1963 season and their absences sent the Packers and Lions reeling to unaccustomed lower posi tions in the standings. RozoIIe conferred privately with ex-Notre Darner Homimg on March 7 and talked to the 240 -pound Karras, a former Iowa star, on March 14. The commissioner said the players have a "clearer understanding of the seriousness" ofi their folly and that missing last season's schedule was punishment enough for Hornung and Karras. Following Rozelle's announcement. Green Bay Coach Vince Lombard! and Detroit mentor George Wilson immediately denied any intention of trading the NFL's reformed "bad boys." Listen date in court June 9 HoBord Cited C0RV.4LLIS, Ore. (UPI)Walt Hazzard of UCLA, was named the outstanding player of the NCA Western regional basketbaU playoffs Monday. Also named to the all-touma- ment team were teammate Gail Goodrich, John Tresvant of Seattle, OUie Johnson of San Francisco and Troy Collier of Utah State. DENVER (UPI) - Deposed heavyweight champion Sonny Listen has a date in Denver Municipal Court June 9 to answer four traffic charges and one accusing him of carrying a concealed weapon. Listen pleaded innocent to the charges Monday through his attorney and asked Judge Dan Diamond for a jury triaL Liston was not present in court, but made his plea through attorney Donald L. Lozow. The four traffic charges hi- clude speeding, careless driving, reckless driving and (friving without a valid operator's license. Still undetermined is whether Denver authorities can charge Liston under a new state law making it a felony for an ex- convict to carry a concealed weapon. Liston has a felony record in Missiouri, but the Colorado law does not clearly state whether or not the felony must occur in Colorado. The new state law carries a penalty of 10 years in the state penitentiary upon conviction. Colorado Atty. Gen. Duke W. Dunbar has been asked by Dist Atty. Bert M. Keating for a ruling on the question. Dunbar said Monday he had requested a full report on Liston's record and would make no decision until he gets it REACTIVATION HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Alan Young, star on the "Mister Ed" CBS-TV series, has reactivated his film production company. He's opening offices and plans to film a feature movie, "Boswell Barclay." around the world... around the clock Ski team back in Colorado WINTER PARK, Colo. (UPI) —Members of toe U.S. Olympic ski team were back in Colorado today for the first time since departing for Europe late last year. The team, which trained in the Colorado Rockies and at Squaw Valley, Calif, will compete in the National Senior Alpine Championships at Winter Park Friday, Saturday and Sun day. Secretary of State BjTon An derson headed a special welcoming delegation }fonday and presented special outstanding citizen citations to Olympians Buddy Werner of Steamboat Springs, Colo, and Bill Marolt of Aspen, Colo. Among the arrivals were Jean Saubert who won silver and bronie medals at Innsbruck, and feHow medalists Jim Heuga and Billy Kidd, first U.S. men ever to place among the top three in an Olympic Alpine event PRESS INTERNATIONAL From eveiT quarter of the globe, eveiy n^mMe of Iha 24-bedr day. United Press Ittteraatiogal gatben and ^eeds 10 yoo tbe tne and fsB story of what's happening the world over-. Six thouiaad alert and expert U.PX newsoea, werkiBf out of 300 bureaus io 48 conntries, fcport the news at the sooree. 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