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6-Sahinby, Mar. 21,19(4 Redlands Daily Facts Redlands 58, Chaffey 37 Swim team defeats defending champions Redlands Terrier swimmers defeated defending Citrus Belt League Champion Chaffey 58-37 in the varsity division last eve ning at the University of Redlands pool with clean sweeps in the 50-yard freestyle and 100- yard backstroke setting the pace. The meet was the eighth dual event won by Coach Ronald Slutt's mermen this season. The visiting Tigers captured the B and C events 56-19 and 49-28. .\ew records include J i m Gardner's 23.7 in the varsity 50- yard freestyle and Flip McGow an's 30 in the 50-yard C butter- fiy. Bill Brandenberger won the individual medley and the butterfly and Garth Huffaker won the 100-yard backstroke. Varsity results are as follows: Redlands 58, Chaffey 37 Medley relay — Redlands won team of Patella, DeSalvo, Bran denberger and Battersby. 2:34.6. 200 free — Von Muellar (C), Scott (R), Farquhar (C). 2:01.1. 50 free — Gardner, Kackley and Battersby, 23.7. 200 indo. — Brandenberger (R), Huffaker (R), Miller (C) 1:25.2. Diving — Proctor (C), Smith (R) Drewry (C). 100 fly — Brandenberger (R), .Melcher (R), Hitter (C). 57.7. 100 free — Sawyer (C). Battersby (R), Kackley (R), 54.2. 100 back - Huffaker, Patella, Melcher, 1:03.2. 400 free — Von Mueller (C), Scott (R), Farquhar (C), 4:28.8. 100 breast — Falus (C), Gardner (R), DeSalvo (R), 1:10.5. 200 free relay — Chaffey, 1: 21.3. B Clast . Redlands 19, ChafTay 5i 200 free — Williams. 2:16.5. 50 free — 2 Treadway, 3 Fis her. 100 indo. — 3 McMichaels. lOO free — 3 Wlliams. 100 back — 2 Parker. 100 breast — Treadway 1:15.7, C Class Redlands 28, Chaffey 49 200 medley relay — Redlands won team of Starbuck. Burgess McGowan and Acheson. 50 free — Acheson, 26.6. 100 indo. — 2 Burgess, 3 Starbuck. 50 fly — McGowan, 30. 100 free — Acheson, 1:01.1, 50 back — 3 Starbuck. 50 breast — 3 Burgess. Flu bug hits Terriers, feam to miss relays Coach BiU Cunningham's po (ent Terrier track machine has been sabotaged by the flu-bug and will not take part in today's Southern Counties Invitational Belays at Huntington Beach. Top athletes from at least 30 Southern California high schools wiU compete ia the 43rd annual Huntington Beach trackfest. Actually the meet will be run at Westminster High, starting at noon, due to construction and renovation at the Huntington Beach stadium. Muir of Pasadena, Compton are and Long Beach Poly ranked as the 1-2-3 favorites. Redlands will bypass the Hunt ington Beach Invitational to wait for warmer weather and healthier athletes. Several key Terriers, including 21.1 sprinter Roger Co.v, have been ailing. CIF rules limit each athlete to four meets outside his league. Coach Cunningham plans to send his torces to do battle at the forthcoming Chaffey Invita tional, the Bellflower meet, the Jit. Sac Relays and the Riverside Spike O'Rama. Bradley, New Mexico meet in NIT final NEW YORK (UPD-A 6foot, 9-inch question mark hung over the Bradley University basket ball team for its championship game with the University of New Jlcvico today in the Na tional Invitation Tournament at :\ladison Square Garden. The question involved Bradley center Joe Strawder and a twisted right ankle he sustained in the Braves' semiXmal victory over Army Thursday night. Strawder worked out bricf- !>• at the Garden Friday and insisted later that "the ankle is okay." However. Bradley Coach Chuck Orsborn, shooting for a record-equalling third NIT title, wasn't so sure. Neither were the oddsmakcrs, who tabbed the game, which will be televised nationally by NBC (4 p.m., EST) as a pick 'em affair. "If Strawder thinks he can play, it will be okay with me," said Orsborn. "But he's the only one who can tell. I didn't want him to work out yesterday but he insisted on it. Even if Slrawder's ankle isn't throbbing with pain, he may have trouble coping with New JIe.\ico's 6-8 Ira (The Large) Harge, who is considered the nation's finest defensive center. "You have to be a BiU Russell to handle Harge," Strawder confessed. "He's not only a good jumper but elusive and hard to block out." NYU and Army will meet in today's opening game to decide third place. The Violets ripped .Army by 20 points during the regular season. Brumel soys he Will break jump record LOS ANGELES (UPD-Rus- sia's world champion high jumper, Valery Brumel, has predicted he will surpass his record of 7-feet-5'i inches in the track and field meet July 25-26 between the United States and the Soviet Union. "I bcheve I will jump at least 7-fcet-6 inches in Los Angeles," he said recently. The 21-year-oId jumper said he believes a jump of 7-fect.2^i will win the gold medal at the Tokyo Olympic Games "because of the mass field and hours of jumping." Lakers, Hawks open besf of five series Pom-pon girls delayed by snowstorm K.-\NSAS CITY. Mo. (UPI) - UCL.Vs Pom-Pon girls were delayed by a snow storm in Chicago Friday night while en route here to lead the cheering for the Bruins in the semi finals of the NC.-U baskctbaU tournament. They arrived at courtside with only six minutes left in the game. UCL.-^ and Kansas State were tied, 75-75. The four short - skirted girls immediately went to work. So did UCLA. The Brums scored si.\ consecutive points after their cheerleaders arrived and went on to win the game 9084. "They certainly turned the trick," UCLA coach John Wooden commented after the game, Tiie four girls were Kathleen Johnson. Pat Shepherd, Marcic Bryant and Sheri McElhany. A fifth member of the team, Ros Burda, missed a plane connection in Los .-Vngeles and was expected to join the others Saturday night when UCLA meets Duke for the national championship. SELL IT TOMORROW With low • cost Classified Ads Ruth Jessen leads by single stroke PEXSACOLA. Fla. (UPI) Ruth Jessen, a long belter from California, tees off in the sec ond round of the 35th annual women's Western Open golf tournament txxlay with a one- stroke lead and a hot putter. Miss Jessen, who putts from the widest stance in golf, used only 26 putts Friday in firing a Iwo-under par 73 over the sog gy Scenic Hills Country Club. Women's par on the 6,543-yard course is 38-37—75. Miss Jessen collected six birdies with her accurate putter but she went astray with a double bogey and two bogeys nhen her approach shots strayed. Rain washed out Thursday's scheduled opening round and the top 32 players and ties will shoot two rounds Sunday. Clifford Ann Creed, a former school teacher from Alexandria. La., shot a 76 for second place while Kathy Whitworth of San .\ntonio. Tex., Judy Kimble of Sioux City. Iowa, and Judy Torluemke of North Key Largo, Fla., were bunched in third place with 77. Betsy Rawls of Spartanburg, S.C., Sandra McClinton of Sc- guin, Tex.. Murle Lindstrom of Sutton. Mass.. Beth Stone of Muscogee. Okla.. and Mary Lena Faulk of Thomasville, Ga., were tied at 78. By United Press International Freddie Schaus and bis Los .\ngcles Lakers hope to foreget a bitter National Basketball Association season beginning tonight when they meet the Hawks at St. Louis in the opening game of the playoffs. The Lakers and Hawks will play a best-of-five series for the right to meet the San Francisco Warriors in the Western Division finals. Philadelphia will be at Cincinnati Sunday in the opening game of the Eastern Division semifinals. The winner will face Boston. Los Angeles, the Western Di vision winners last season, had been picked to repeat again this season and were expected to battle the Boston Celtics for the NBA title, but it didn't turn out that way. Elgin Baylor played the whole season despite painful calcium deposits in his knees and even through he averaged 25.4, there was a difference in his play. Then in the middle of the campaign, Jerry West broke his thumb and missed two weeks and that's when the Lakers collapsed. Los Angeles finished with a 42-38 record, six games behind the division leading Warriors. St. Louis slajcd in the race until the last days, but losses to Cincinnati and Detroit last week ruined the Hawks and they finished two games behind San Francisco. The Hawks had a problem with their backcourt during the last week with Charley Vaughn John Bamhill and Lcn Wilkins out with assorted injuries. They'll all have to be healthy if the Hawks hope to get by Los Angeles which comes into the series completely healthy. Cincinnati will be favored in its five-game series with Philadelphia mainly because the i6ers have just seven healthy players. Dave Gambee, Lee Shaffer and Larry Costello all have leg injuries but Gambee and Shaffer appeared in the last few games, although they are far from top shape. Cincinnati, the only team to hold the season edge over Bos ton (7-5), may miss guard Adrian Smith, who has been out with a sprained ankle. Redlands High tennis team wins 9-0 Redlands High School tennis team rolled to its second straight Citrus Belt league shut out yesterday blanking the Colton Yellowjackets 9-0 on the Terrier court. Singles: Verdieck (R) def. Bro«Ti (C) 6-1. 6-0; Bohrnstedt (R) def. Nieto (C) 6-1, 6-0; Stryker (R) def. Leon (C) G-0, 6-1; Jimenez (R) def. Zane 6-0, 6-1; ManUno (R) deL Baesel (C), 6-0, 4-6, 6-2. Doubles: Grainger and Tharaldson (R) deL Andrews and Brey (C) 6-0, 6-0; Shaw and Wright (R) def. Hubbs and Davies (C) 7-5, 9-7. The Terrier Jayvees also put together a one-sided victory, 8 '/2 to 'i. Singles: Newcomer (R) def. Zendegas 6-1, 6-0; Tibbetts (R) def. Johnson (C) 2-6, 6-2, 6-1; Griffetts (R) def. Sidney (C), 6-0. 7-5; Van Wieren (R) split with Vinyard (C) 4-6. 6-3; Hook (R) def. Ramireo 6-1, 6-1. Doubles: Goldie and Hoffman (R) deL Malaki and Schnore (C) 6-3, 6-2; Showier and Billick (R) deL Stadeland and Baly (C) 6-0, 6-0. Redlands plays host next Tuesday to the Ramona Rams. Mrs. Sherrod scores ace on lOfh hole Using a number four wood, Mrs. Robert H. (Nell) Sherrod, 329 West Cj-press avenue, scored a hole in one yesterday at Redlands Country club. Mrs. Sherrod, who has been playing golf three years, made the perfect shot on the 125 yard 10th hole. Playing in the foursome with her were Lois Scholton, Rita Campbell and Joyce H. Buster. Nogales defeats Eldorado 7-4 .PALM DESERT (UPI) —The Nogales, Mexico, polo team, on the strength of a 7 - 4 victory over Eldorado Polo Club Friday, has earned a berth in the finals of the Pacific Coast 12- goal open championship. Nogalcs is scheduled to meet Santa Rosa Sunday in the title match. WHL standings W L T Pts GF GA Denver 44 23 2 90 269 200 PorUand 33 29 6 72 226 221 Los .-ingelcs 30 31 S 68 211 242 San Francisco 32 34 3 67 226 255 SeatUe 28 34 6 62 240 223 Vancouver 25 41 3 53 225 256 Friday's Results Vancouver 5 Seattle 3 Saturday's Schedule San Francisco at Los Angeles Portland at Seattle Carson wins two distance events Gene Carson, distance star of the Terrier track team last year is continuing his winning ways at San Bernardino Valley Col lege. Yesterday he won first in both two-mile and one-mile events setting a new record in the latter in a three-way meet which was won by Orange Coast. The scoring was Orange Coast SSii points, SBVC 801i. and Gross- raont 5. Carson set the new SBVC mile record by covering the distance in four minutes 22.7 seconds bet tering the old mark of 4:24.1 set by Bud Forman in 1962. The former Redlands High distance man covered the two mile for his win in 9:49.8. Another former Terrier Van de Burgt finished third in the pole vault. Vancouver knocks Seattle out of playoff spot By United Press International The four teams in the West em Hockey League playoffs were set today, and Vancouv er goalie Marcel Paille saw to it that Seattle was not one of them. The Seattle team did most of the shooting Friday night at 'ancouvcr. but also contributed the minority of scoring, thanks to PaiUc's stubbornness in the nets. Vancouver finally won the game, 5-3. to knock Seattle mathematically out of contention for a playoff spot. Denver wound up the league in first and Portland in second. Los Angeles hosts San Francisco tonight with third place go ing to the winners. The Vancouver-Seattle contest Friday night was a thriller. After a scoreless first period. Vancouver moved out with a trio of goals in the second pe riod. Seattle fought back on enemy ice to tie the game after 15:10 of the third period only to see Vancouver's Buddy Boone break open the game with his second goal at 17:49. Vancouver pushed a final goal into the open net with seconds to go after Seattle had pulled it goalie. Paille wound up the night with 39 saves, while Seattle's Claude Dufour stopped only 19 shots. That proved to be the difference. Both teams will have to settle for the traditional losers' warning: wait until next year. U.R. netmen meet LA. State in semi-finals Bulldog netmen were sched uled to meet Los Angeles State this morning in the semifinals of the Long Beach State Team Tennis Tournament. A victory over LA State would put the University of Redlands tennis team in the tournament finals at 2 p.m. today. The Bulldogs gained the semifinal berth with a one-sided 7-2 victory over Long Beach yesterday. John Yeomans and Steve Peacock each battled from behind to win singles matches for, the Bulldogs after losing the first set. Match scores were as follows: SINGLES: Yeomans (UR) def. Stuart, 11-13. 6-2, 11-9; AU good (LB) def. Morris, 6-0, 6-0; Hoyt (UR) deL Morse, 6-3, S-2; Schoen (UR) deL Perez, 10-8, 6-4; Peacock (UR) def. Green 2-6, 8-6, 6-1; HaraUton (UR) deL Henry, 6-3, 6-2. DOUBLES: Morris & Yeo mans (UR) deL Stuart & Morse, 6-1, 6-4; Allgood and Peacock (UR) def. Green & Henry, 6-0, 6-4. Team totals: University of Redlands 7, Long Beach SUte Terriers down Colton 5-2, first CBL win Redlands high Terriers chalked up their first win of the Citrus Belt League season yesterday with a smart 5-2 victory over the Colton high Yellowjac kets, last years CBL champs. Coach Joe DeMaggio's Ter riers smashed out six hits to gain the win, a seventh by cat cher Gordy Campbell was noted by the official scorer as a 'fielders choice". The game was played at Colton. With the first ever win over Cohon since DeMag^o took over the head mentors job the Redlands nine travels to Ramona Tuesday in hopes of repeating. The Terriers have never turned the tables on the Rams of Riverside since the present coach took over two years ago. Redlands took the lead early against the Jackets shooting across four runs in the second mning and adding a single in the fifth for the winning margin. "The kids really hit well", DeMaggio said. "They did a good job and I'm real happy with them," he added. Twirler Ronnie Garcia handled the mound chores for the first 2 1-3 innings for Redlands and allowed six scattered hits before Arie Franken came in and pitched the final 4 2-3 allowing the powerful Yellowjack­ ets only a single scratch bit. With the win in the yet young CBL season the Terriers now reside in second place in the league standings. Ramona, the RHS foe on Tuesday, and Riverside Poly Bears are Ued with first both 2-0. Redlands is now 1-1 and will be after number two Tuesday at 3 p.m. on the Rams field. Ramona was tabbed for the cellar spot by the coaches and writers in a preseason poll, something they haven't lived up to. Redlands AB R H Lopez 2b .4 0 a Mathews cf 4 1 1 Lobaugh lb 3 0 I Rogers ss 2 1 1 Finfi^ck rf 3 1 2 Growther If 2 0 0 Garcia p 3 1 0 Campbell c 3 1 1 Ekcma 3b 3 0 0 Franklin p 1 0 0 Totals 2» 5 7 Colton AB R H Mufich cf 1 0 0 Hoasley ss 4 0 1 Hunter 2b 3 1 2 Howard p 2 1 1 Gorges c 3 0 0 Pound If 3 0 0 Uamas rf 3 0 1 Hartus 3b 2 1 0 Martinez lb 3 0 1 De La Rosa 1 0 0 Hardin p 1 0 I Totals 24 3 t Score by Innings: Redlands 040 010 0—5 7 2 Colton 012 000 0-3 8 « Aid to spectators Closed circuit audio receiver for golf fans McBride on mound today PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (UPI) —Ken McBride was expected to perform the mound duties for the Los Angeles Angels today as they attempted to beat the San Francisco Giants for the first time this exhibiUon season. The Angels lost their second straight game to the Giants Fri day 11-3 in Phoenix. Ariz. Los Angeles not only lost the game, but also rookie utility man Ed Kirkpatrick, who suffered a split finger while catch ing. Kirkpatrick, who also plays first base and left field, required seven stitches in the finger, and will be sidelined for at least two weeks. The Giants scored 10 runs as 14 men came to the plate in the fifth inning against pitcher Danny Rivas. The only extra-base hits for the Angels came when catcher Bob Rodgers doubled twice and Joey Amalfitano tripled and doubled. Rodgers also hit a sin glc. The Angels meet the Giants agam Sunday. By OSCAR FRALEY UPI Sports Writer MIAMI (UPI)—Fearless Fraley's facts and figures from the Doral Invitational golf tournament: The newest fairway gimmick tested by engineers at the Doral tournament was a closed circuit audio receiver in which Bill Fugazy, promoter of the second Floyd Patterson-Ingemar Johansson heavyweight title fight, has an interest The device, known as "golf- caster," is a shoulder-strapped receiving set with an car plug. Plans call for rental to golf spectators who can sit happily watching action on the 18th green while receiving reports from other secUons of the course . . . and no noise to bother the putt-happy pros Barbershop Quartet What's in a name? Like in this tournament there's what you might call a real barbershop quartet composed of Barber (Jerry), Beard (Frank), Shave (Bog) and Balding (Al) ... and how corny can a guy get George Zaharias, who once wrestled under the title of "the weeping Greek from Cripple Creek," is an avid spectator. The former husband of Babe Didrickson snorts wTathfuUy at the memory of Soimy Liston losing the heavyweight championship of the world while sitting on the stool in his comer. "If I was 10 years younger,' growled the mountainous Zaharias, who is 55, "I'd whip both of them in the same night." ... probably, too Anxious to Play George Mira, the University of Miami quarterback who was signed by the San Francisco Forty-Niners, says he "can wait" until he reports to the pro grid ranks. "Nobody makes it the first year and I don't thmk I'm any exception," he evaluates. "But it is a real challenge and after a couple of years I hope I can really make the grade " George Low, the putting ge nius who bills himself as "America's guest," turned down a suggestion that he give one of the touring pros a putting lesson for 10 per cent of what the feller might win in the Doral. "He," said Low with lordly disdain, "wouldn't give a duck a drink if he owned Lake Erie." TE Coaches pick ream MUCNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UPI) —Gary Bradds of Ohio State has been named college basketball "player of the year" by the National Association of Cbl lege BasketbaU Coaches. Bradds, a unanimous choice in the balloting conducted by almost 400 coaches', is joined on the coaches' All-America team by Walt Hazzard, UCLA; Dave Stallworth, WicbiU; Cotton Nash. Kentucky, and Bill Bradley, Princeton. By JULIUS BOROS ^^?*^^^U*S .'6 PEN CHAMPION 10-Knee Flex Once j-our feet are placed to your satisfaction in relation to the position of the ball and the weight is properly distributed, flex j-our knees slightly. First, this flexing of the knees will aid in distributing the weight of the feet more toward the heel rather than the ball of the foot. Second, the slight bending of the knees causes them to act as a cushion, or a shock absorber, in swinging the club to and through the ball. This pro duces an even motion to your swing in going back, at contact, and following through. With the weight evenly dis tributed and your knees slightly flexed, you should have the feel ing somewhat that you are sitting down at the ball. Next comes the problem of where to play the ball between your feet. Actually, the distance between j-our feet at the stance and the position of the ball varies with the length of the club, and even the individual lofts of clubs. When using the woods, 1 recommend playing the ball off a line just inside the left heel. Your poblem is to play tiie ball in the spot nearest that where your club will strike the ball squarely at the time Oie arc of the swing reaches the bottommost point This wiU cn- SLIGHT beodiBg of knees canses Oeia to act as i able you to hit the ball squarely instead of striking it while your club is arcing downward or upward. For example, my feet have been moved much closer together for a S iron shot than they were for a drive. It appears the ball has been moved back between my feet considerably, when it actually has been moved only a very small degree. The difference between the position of the ball with a drive and a 5 iron shot is only about an inch and a half. (From the book. Tar Golf or B«t. ter" by Jalitu Boroj. Copyricht tjy PrenUce-HaU, Inc. £o(l*waad OUU, Satisfied that everyone ha.s inked his pact and that the Grapefruit League is in full swing? Then how about a little divertissement, like pro foot ball poop in the spring? Dick (LitUe Mo) Modzelewski, late of the New York Giants, was offered to a couple of other clubs before the Cleveland Browns snapped him up. The Baltimore Colts, after looking at films, turned him down. The Giants, the grandpappies of pro ball, are singing a different tune since they got rid of some old timber. "The same poeple," said front office boss Well Mara, "who used to say 'When you gonna get rid of some of those old players?' now ask us, 'Why are you trading all thos good players?' " . . . Well remembers that when he first got LitUe Mo from the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1956, the defensive tackle proclaimed, We're going to win a championship this year and then I'm going to retire." ... He stayed on for six out of eight division tiUes. . . . The world champion Chicago Bears are loo'iung for a wide receiver to pair with Johnny Morris, since the combined receptions of Bo Farrington (21) and Angle Coia (11) was 10th among National Football League split ends. . . . Don't kid yourself that Paul Homung, Green Bay's Golden Boy, didn't lose dough on his year's hiatus from play. Tele vision and promotional work didn't come close to making up the tost salary. ... If dapper Paul wants to be inconspicuous, bow come that scarlet sports coat usually draped over his sloping shoulders? . . . The Horaung claque in Green Bay hadn't slackened. Most of the 25 letters a month that flooded the league office in recent months were from Packerdom kids pleading for Paul's reinstatement . . . Know how Alex Karras, the other half of the Dally Double, spent his winter? The Detroit Uckle was at the YMCA in Clinton, Iowa, daily, teaching his four-yera-old son bow to swim. . . . Joe Kuharich, new coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, left Uie security of his job as director of NFL officials because he didn't feel he could turn down a chance to be Uie complete boss of a pro looUjall team. Dick Modzelewski Early premise when the ownership of the eagles changed hands was that Jerry Wolman, the young construction millionaire, would move to Philadelphia. But since he now intends to remain in Washington, that leaves Kuharich in full charge. . . . Because the Pittsburgh steel­ ers suffered through a drought in their area last summer (they couldn't even water down the field), the club shifts training operations to Rhode Island this year. . . . Racquet club to host PerrisHill The Redlands Racquet Club will host the Perns Hill Tennis Club Sunday afternoon on th« University and High School tennis courts. The match which will start at 1 p.m. and will consist of women's doubles, mens singles, men's doubles and mixed doubles. Thirty-eight matches in all will be played. This will be a return engagement. Last Sunday Redlands won twenty-six out of the thirty- eight matches. However, San Bernardino expects to field a stironger team in tomorrows matches. The next Club event will be both a men's and women's singles round-robin in an effort to establish ladder positions. The women's singles ladder was shaken up considerably this week when Jane Buffington took over first position with a stunning 6-2, 6-2 victory over Mali Kim. In another mild upset Betty Gibson defeated Eleanor Scott 7-5, 6-4 to take over Uiird place. Ruth CoUey held her position of fifth place by defeating Pat Pratt 6-2, 5-7. 6-4. In another good match Feppie Ver­ dieck defeated Mattie Ma« Hawes 6-4, 3-6, 6-2. Redlands loses to Westmont college 4-3 Unbeatable pitching subdued University of Redlands basebal- lers yesterday in a 4-3 loss to Westmont College at Santa Bar« bara. Westmont lefthander John Thomas stiruck out 16 Bulldogs for a school record and pitched a 7-hitter. All three UR runs were brought home on th« pounding bat of Bulldog center- fielder Derek Shelton who banged out four singles. Righthander Jim Hogan hurled the first six innings for Redlands, allowing three hits and striking out II. But an error in the first inning set up a three mn uprising by the Westmont Warriors, and a wild pitch by Hogan in the third frame allowed the winning score. Score by innings: U of R ... 100 000 101—3 7 2 Westmont 301 000 OOx-4 4 3 Cariton Chester (Cookie) Gilchrist's letter to management asking the Buffalo Bills to "give serious consideration to the trade offers made for me by oUier AFL clubs" doesn't consider that the Bills initiated some of the trade talk . . . and would let the unhappy fullback go if they could get anything in comparable value. . . . Well, at least (i'oo)de, it beats playing tackle for Samia (in the Candian Provincial League), which is how he got started in pro ball a decade ago. . . The burly backcourt leader of the University of Pittsburgh basketeers, Brian Generalovich, acts as if he'd be more at home on a football field , and that's exactly where hell be this spring, trying out for the Panthers as a split end (be has already been drafted by the Steelers and was an all-state high school tackle). . . . Between you'n'me, didn't ag ency pressure, and not schedule problems, cause the breakdown of that proposed Friday night pro football package on ABC? with the prospective automobile cpoBsor panicky about Terrier golfers card third straight win Terrier golfers carded their third straight victory of the season yesterday with a 60-stroke win over Eisenhower High school The Redlands High team compiled a cumulative total of 200 over nine holes as the Redlands Country Club course. Eisenhower put togeUier a 260-stroke total. The Weaver boys (not related). Randy and Greg, carded a 38 and 39 respectively to pace their teammates. Other Terrier scorers were: Brian Schwartz. 40; Dick Freeman, 41; and Steve Wilboum, 42. Redlands High Ukes a 10-day breather until March 30 when the Terriers meet Pacific High. Expects new record NEW YORK (UPI) — Sonny Werblin, president of the New York Jets, e.xpects bis team to set a new American Football League record for advance ticket sales this year. Sales already have passed the 8,500-maTk. The present league record for advance ticket sales is 16,000 set by the Kansas City Chiefs last year. his image after the deluge of critical letters from high school and college interests. . . .

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