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Redlands Daily Facts 6 - Hon, March 30, 1964 Bulldogs third at Claremont The University of Redlands Bulldogs took three first places to finish third in the Open division of the Third Annual Claremont Relays Saturday. Earning the firsts were the mile relay team of Barry Pulliam, Rich McDowell, Elliott Mason and Jack Vanderknyff (3:15.2); polevaulter Sam Kirk (14-7) and shotpulter, Lee John son (56-2>A). The Bulldogs, who finished behind San Diego State and Long Beach State with 51 points, had other point winners in addition to the "firsts." Johnson, who won the shot, also picked up a second in the discus with a 149-9 toss. Jim McCracken was third in the high jump and third in 120- yard high hurdles. Tony Albin was second in the long jump and fourtJi in tlie triple jump. The Bulldog two-mile relay team finished fourth in 8:02.6. the 440 relay was third in 42.9 and the distance medley team came in fourth with a 10:49.6i clocking. The UR came in sixth in the f r o s h division, competing against such schools as UCLA, (winner) San Fernando and San Diego state colleges. Cal Western won the small schools first division while UC at Riverside won the second division. The UH. in taking third in the "open" division, beat o u t Cal Poly (San Luis Obispo) and Montana State. Mantle hits two home runs as Yanks win By Unifed Press Intemalional The tension and an.\i«ty over Mickey Mantle's physical condition have eased a bit for the New York Yankees. The powerful centerfielder hit two home runs which carried the Yankees to a 6-4 victory over Cincinnati, Sunday but the final score wasn't the most important development of the day for the American League cham pions. Mantle's health has been liie top question in the Yankee camp this spring and his performance Sunday in Tampa, Fla., showed be is progressing fairly well after an off-season knee operation. Both home runs came from the righthand side and they ac-{ counted for three Yankee runs. Now the big questions will be what affect the operation has on his fielding and his swing from the lefthand side. Nuxhall Hit Mantle's homers were two of Full schedule for high school spring sports Redlands high school spring sports will be deep in Citrus Belt League competition this week with a full schedule of ac tivities. Tomorrow afternoon, the Terrier track team, favored to take this title again, will hold a dual meet with Chaffey on the Redlands ovaL The baseball team will be in action on the Redlands field against Pacific at approximately 3 p.m. And the tennis team will test Pacific at Pacific high school. The golf team will be in ac fion this afternoon against Pacific on the Redlands Country OUT AT HOME — Ron Fairly, Dodgers first baseman, comes into home feet first during o second inning scoring attempt from second base on a hit by catcher Doug Camilli. Earl Battey, Minnesota Twins catcher, takes the throv/ and tags Fairly out. Tv/ins won the game 3-1. (UPl Telephoto) Seals out in front in hockey playoffs By United Press International The San Francisco Seals were out in front today in the race for the Western Hockey League playoff spots. The Seals meet the Portland Bucks tonight at the Cow Palace with a home-ice advantage after beating the northerners 3-2 on Saturday night to take a 2-1 lead in their best-of-sevcn semifinal playoff battle. Meanwhile, the Denver Invaders and the Los Angeles Blades, 1-1 in their semi-final scries, try to break the deadlock at Los Angeles tonight. The Invaders crushed the Blades, 8-2. to even the scries Saturday night at Denver in one of their toughest games of the season. The Seals, wlio arc 23-12-1 at tlie Cow Palace this season, pleased a hometown crowd when Gerry Bisson scored the deciding goal Saturday night. Buck Tommy McVie was sitting in the penalty bo.\ for the third time when Brisson fired a five footer on a pass from Mo Mantha. In the Saturday night donncy- broofc at Denver, a final taUy showed an hour and 24 minutes in penalty fime charged, including three major infractions and a bench penalty against Los .•Vngeles for delay of game late in the final period. Optimist tennis tourney moves into finals San Diego victor SAN DIEGO (UPI)—Bill Laf- Icr used just 86 pitches Saturday as he held Brigham Young University hitless to give San Diego State a 6-0 victory in the first game of a double header. San Diego State also won the second game, 7-1. Who Has a Birthday MARCH 31 — Ferris Cunningham Billy Mitcheltre* Al McQuary Mark MeCluskey Larry P. Agre Thomas Rcy Lance L. Nail Ralph Pacini Clyde Sechrist Lloyd Patterson William Darling Joe Cranmer Boyd Webster Bob Burton Jim Brackins Fred W. Haskins Dean A. McClain Mike Sample Lt. Col. Walter J. Klein Janies T. Kelly Robert. Hessong Mark Stanifer Christopher Kanjo Happy Birthday from • 11 E. State Ph. PY 3-2S0S Redlands Optimist Club Ju nior Tennis tournament moved into the fmals in nearly every event Saturday on the Cope. University and High School courts. Finals in the boys Elementary division was completed on the University courts between David Bohmstedt and Tommy Fallows. The match, over three and one-half hours long, was one of the finest displays of junior tennis Redlands could have. Third grader, David, almost had the match won with a 5-1 lead in the third set, when Tommy made a come-back to finaUy win the Utic, 4 6, 6 - 4. 7-5. Finals in all other events will be played on the University courts at 9 a.m. S^.turday. All participants of the Optimist Junior Tennis program are invited to attend the finals as guests of the Optimists in a "punch" party. Results in other divisions played at Cope were as follows: Girls Junior High — K a t h y Gearhart def. Claire Curan 6-0. 6-0; Debbie Van del'. }JOT\ Keefe 6-4. 6-0. Girls Elementary — Debbie Verdieck def. Cindy Pratt 6-3, 6-3. In matches played at the University. Boys Junior High — Chris Hill def. Steve Johnson 62, 6-3; Jolm Jimenez deL Jim Brown, 6-1. 6:4. Bojs Beginners — Steve Mitchell def. John Run- die 6-1. 6-0; Dick Cook def. Larry Eckote 7-5, 6-2. Tlie Beginners and Learners playing at the High School played the greates: number of matches. In the Learner girls division, Michell McCormic def. Gay Van Roekel 6 3; Dana Lee def. Cathy CcUey 6-2; Lisa Lie'oerman def. Jamie Daniel 30; Nancy Knott def. Francic Lee 6-2: Michelle McCormic def Lisa Lieberman 6-3; N a n c y Knott def. Dana Lee 6-4. The Learner boys matches had Dan Dunkerley def. Keith Brown 6-1; Richard Bay def Larry Pace 6-3; Tim Van def. Wes Ogle 7-5; Kenny Lee def. Brad Gartenberg 6-1; Mike Dunkerley def. Fred Brown 6-4; Paul Eldridge def. Mike Phillips 7-5; John Schradcr def. Peter Eldridge 6-0; Ricky Creatura def. Kenton Corwin 6-3; Hap Pitkin def. Dan Dunkerley 6-4; Kenny Lee def. Tim Van 6-2; Paul Eldridge def, Mike Dunkerley 6-4; Ricky Crcatura def. John Schrader 6-3. Kenny Lee will play Paul Eldridge on Tuesday and the win- ••er will meet Ricky Greatura in ihe semis Saturday to earn the right to play the winner between Pitkin and Gay in the finals. In other beginner matches. Sharon Rieger def. Linda Surber 3-0; Debbie Landry def. Big thoughts for Sam Mele Optimistic Twins are dreaming of a pennant Royals win right to meet Celts in finals (EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the T3th in a series of 20 dispatches en the 1964 prospects of the major league baseball teams. By LEO H. PETERSEN UPI Sports Editor ORLANDO. Fla. (UPI)—The Jlinnesota Twins have been coming close and this is the year tbeir manager, Sam Mele. thinks they can come of age by winning the American League pennant. He says there's only two things they have to do to dethrone the New York Yankees —tighten up their defense and cut down on their strikeouts. "We're not thinking about anything but winning it all." .Mele adds. "/\nd once we do that, you can count on us to stay on top for a long time. For we are a young club and I think v.e have more players on our team who have yet to hit their peak than any other team in the league." He rattled off the ages of his chief hopes. Outfielders Harmon KiUe- brew. Bob Allison and Jimmie Hall are 27, 29 and 26, respectively. They form the hitting core of the Twins. They hit 113 home runs and batted in a total of 267. No outfield in the league -including that of those perennial winners, the Yankees — came close to that power. Looks For Improvement He thinks his infield of Vic Power at first base, Bcmie Allen at second. Zoilo Versalles at short and Richie Rollins at third will improve this year. All the inCelders. except Power, were a disappointment with their gloves and their bats. Power did the job in the field but he failed so badly at bat that he was benched for Don Mincher, a long ball hitter whose fielding does not measure up. Rollins and Allen were out standmg rookies in 1962. Last year they fell off. Versalles made more errors in the first half of last season than he did in aU of 1962. "You can't win with the kind of fielding we had.'' Mele points out. "But I know they are better glove men than that." The Twins have one of the better catchers in the league in Earl Battey. Behind him are Gerry Zimmerman and Paul Ratliff—not too much of a re serve corps there. But as Mele pomts out, second string catchers are hard to come by. For starting pitchers the Twins have right banders Camilo Pascual (21-9) Jim Perry (9-9) and Lee Stange (12-3) and left banders Dick Stigman (15-15) and Jim Kaat (10-10). Heading the bullpen will be Bill Dailey (6-3), whom Mele regards as the second best re lief pitcher in the league—only behind Dick Radatz of the Bo.\ton Red Sox. After there is a dropoff in the Twins pitching. There's Bill Fischer, who had a 9-6 record «ith the Kansas City Athletics last year; holdovers Bill Pleis (6-2), Jim Roland (4-1) and Garry Roggenburfc (2-4), and they figure in the reUef category. He definitely is not worried about his pitching or his power. It's defense and strikeouts which concern him most. They are the key to the Twins' chances in 1964. Mele likes them, and so do a lot of other baseball experts. Al Besselink leads for second day Get Channel 34 The Spanish Language Station with This Special Converter. Complete Kit. Everything You Need. SELF SEBVICE TUBE CHECKER Ererylhior for thf .Antennas and Homt Technician Aotrnna M.tMiaU po „ lOUSSELF W.HOI.ESAI.E 5IABT lOrjl N. Waterman Open 9 'til K — Snndar 10 'tU 5 Redlands Store Sedlandl Bird, at Texu^ St. Open 1* A.M.-a P.M. Snndax H AM. - 5 P..1I. Shelia Smith 3-0; Susan Watts def. Leah Evans 3-1; Janet Bowersox def. Pat Perry 3-1; Sharon Rieger def. Debbie Landry 3-1; Janet Bowersox def. Susan Watts 3-1. Miss Reiger and Miss Bowersox will play each other on Saturday and the winner will meet Dana Lee in the finals. This tournament will conclude the 1963-64 tennis season for the Optimist Club. In the past sbc years a total of 623 Redlands children have been introduced to the game. WILMINGTON, N.C. (UPI) Golf is a tough game," says Al Besselink, "and it's harder to play when you're in the lead." He should know. For two days now, he's had the lead in the $20,000 Azalea Open and with S2,700 in top prize money at stake, he went into today's final round with the pressure at its peak. The 39-year-old pro from Jlerchantville, N.J. shot a par 72 over the windy Cape Fear Country Club course Sunday which gave him a 54.hole total of 207—nine under par and just two strokes over first round leader Joe Campbell of Perdido Bay, Fla. Also pressing the leader were Lionel Hcbert of Lafayette. La., Tommy Jacobs of Bermuda Dunes, CaUf.. and Larry Mowry of Portland, Ore., with third rounds 210s. Also still in contention at 211, were Jack McGowan, Largo, Fla.; Dutch Harrison, St. Louis. Mo.; Jerry Pittman, Tulsa, Okla.: and Bob Gadja, Bloomfield Hills, Jlich. By United Press International The Cincinnati Royals have earned the chance they've been waiting for. and tonight St. Louis and Los Angeles meet for a similar prize. The Royals defeated the Philadelphia 76ers, 130-124, Sunday night to advance into the National Basketball Association's Eastern Division finals against the world champion Boston Celtics. The Hawks and Lakers, deadlocked ct two games apiece, will meet at St. Louis tonight to determine who will meet San Francisco in the Western Division finals. The Royals did not have an easy time with the injury- plagued 76ers in the fifth game of their series at Cincinnati. The 76ers. with Lee Shaffer, Larry Costello and Dave Gambee, playing minor rolls due to injuries, managed to stay close to Cincinnati all evening, but in the end, Oscar Robertson was the big difference. He connected on all nine of his field goal attempts in the second half after being held to just six points in the first two periods. Robertson, who made 12 of 12 from the foul line, wound up with 32 points and set up 36 more with 18 assists. He had plenty of help from Arlen Bockhom who had 23 points. Jack Twyman with 22 points and Tom Hawkins with 18 points and 10 rebounds in a relief role. Cincinnati had an excellent night from the field, making 56 per cent of its shots. An on the foul line the Royals made 24 of 26. Johnny Kerr, with 31 points, Chet Walker with 27 and Paul Neumann with 22 were high for Philadelphia. The Royals-Celfics series should be extremely tough. Cincinnati has the season's edge with the Celtics, 7-5, but Red Auerbach's club is well-rested and waiting for a start on their sixth straight world's title. Koufax goes the distance VERO BEACH, Fla. (UPD- Sandy Koufax, hero of the 1963 Los Angeles Dodger sweep over the New York Yankees in the World' Series, Sunday became the first Dodger pitcher to go the distance. Koufax lost to Minnesota 3-2. but he held the T^vins to five hits, while striking out seven and walking only one. The Twins scored two of their runs on a home run by Jim Hall. The other run was unearned. Don Drysdale started against the New York Mets in today's game. Jay Hooker was on the mound for the Mets. McCluskey's car spins READING. Pa. (UPI)—Roger MeCluskey was lifted in fair condition Sunday after his car spun out of control in a qualifying run at the USAC spring sweepstakes at tha Reading Fairgounds. The United Stales Auto (Hub national sprint car point champion has a cerebral concussion, a compound fractiure of the left fJiearm, possible fracture of tae right shoulder and cuts and contusions. club course and tomorrow 10 •hitrthe"Tankces "coilected|ag ?"}st Colton at El Ilivino. off Joe NuxhaU and Al Worth -i Swimmers won t be m acfion ington. Bill Stafford, steveiagam until Thursday when they Hamilton, Hal Reniff and Jacki -^^et Pacific at Pacific, CuUen pitched for New York and allowed Cincinnati nine hits, including three by short stop Leo Cardenas. Mantle wasn't the only star in Florida Sunday. Sandy Kou fax of the Los Angeles Dodgers became the first pitcher in either league to go nine innings, but he lost his third straight ex hibition decision. He has one victory. Koufax lost to the Minnesota Twins, 3-1, despite allowing five hits and striking out seven. A two-run homer by Jimmie Hall was the big blow off Koufax. Outfielder Wolie Horton continued his sensational spring showing for the Detroit Tigers Sunday, hitting home runs in both games as the Tigers swept a doubleheader from the Chicago White Sox, 21 and 3-0. Horton's home run in the opener came in the ninth inning when he was sent up as a pinchhitter. His two home runs raised his spring total to five. Extends Scoreless String Carlton Willey extended his string of scoreless innings to 17 in an 8-3 New York Met victory over Washington. Willey pitched three innmgs for the Mets who broke Washington's five-game win streak. Tim Harkness had a home run and a double for the .Mets. A two-out single by Bill White in the 11th inning enabled St. Louis to defeat Milwaukee. 6-5. and end the Braves' winning streak at seven games. Utility infielder Julio Gotay hit two home runs and drove in five runs with four hits while leading the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 134 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. In other games, BalUmore defeated the Houston Colts "B* team, 2-1. The Colts' "A" team also lost, 2-1, to Kansas City. In the West, Al Luplow's home run gave the Cleveland Indians a 7-6 victory over the Los Angeles Angels' "B" team; the Chicago Cubs defeated the San Francisco Giants, 11-7; and the Boston Red Sox defeated the Los Angeles Angels' "A" team, 6-4, in 13 innings, with Dick Radatz receiving the vie tory. Redlands High places five in events in meet Redlands high placed in five events at the National Record Relays in Bellflower Saturday with star sprinter Roger Cox dashing to a first in the 100 in 9.8 seconds. Terrier nmncrs also picked up thirds in both the 440 and 880 relays and Larry Butler took fifth in the high jump at an even 6 feet. With Cox running the anchor, Mike Hernandez, Frank N a g y and Dennis Gidcumb clocked the 440 relay in 42.9 seconds. Tom Hahn, Gidcumb, Hernandez and Cox turned the 880 relay in 1:28.9. Rick Felix of Colton high school set a new national record of 10:10.7 in the 3,000 meter steeplechase and was co-winner of the outstanding perform er honors. Terrier netters defeat Santa Ana 14-9 For (he first time in five years of determined effort, the Terrier tennis team dealt powerful Santa Ana. a 14-9 defeat on Saturday. Coach Paul Womack's Terriers did well in both singles and doubles but hurt Santa Ana most in singles where only one of the top 10 matches was lost. RESULTS Singles — Verdieck (R) def. CrandaU, 6-1, 6-2; Bohmstedt (R) def. Steijer, 6-3, 6-2; McMichael (SA) def. Stryker, 6-8, 6-3, 6-4; Tharaldson (R) def. Diinn, 6-3, 6-0; Jimenez (R) def. Taylor, 6-2, 6-0; Wright (R) def. WesterdoU, 7-5, 5-7, 60; Newcomer (R) def. Howard, 6-1. 60; Shaw (R) def. Lind, 7-5, 7-5; Hoffman (R) def. Harwood, 8-6. 6-3; Nevin (SA) def. Goldie. 6-0. 6-4; Curry (SA) def. Tibbitts, 6-1, 6-1; Slier (R) def. Dixon, 6-2, 6-0; Gerard (SA) def. Hook. 6-2, 6-3; Rogers (SA) def. Ghormley, 6-3, 6-1; Zweig (SA) def. Tumdahl, 6-2, 7-5. Doubles — Bohmstedt & Tharaldson (B) def. CrandaU & Steiner, 6-4, 6-2; Verdieck & Stryker (R) def. McMiahael i- West­ erdoU, 6-1, 6-1; Mead & Dunn (SA) def. Shaw & Wright, 6A. 6-1; Taylor & Lind (SA) def. Jimenez & Montano, 5-7, 6-0; 6-1; Hoffman & Goldie (B) def. Harwood & Howard, 7-5. 4-6, 6-0; Newcomer & Hook (R) def. Nevin & Rogers, 7-5, 6-2; Gerard & Zweig (SA) def. Siller & Tibbitts, 6-1, 7-5. Yale runs away with NCAA swim meet Angels deny dub to move to Anaheim Speed skating winners BUFFALO, N.Y. (UPI)—Bob fenn and Edith Johnson won the senior titles Sunday in the 'irst U.S. Open indoor speerl skating champions. Fenn, 20, of Flushing Mead- cws, N.Y., scored 20 points out of a possible 25. Miss Johnson, ID, of Buffalo, recorded a per iect score of 20 iii the women's division. LA. State wins LOS ANGELES (UPI)—California State College at Los Angeles scored sLx runs on seven hits in the first inning Saturday to down New Mexico State College 15-2 in a non-conference baseball game. PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (UPI) —The Los Angeles Angels have denied the club has reached an agreement to move to Anaheim Calif., in 1966 as was reported in a story in the Anaheim Bulletin. Gene Autry, chairman of the board for the baseball club, said Saturday there was "no tmth to that report that Anaheim will get the Angels." He said the club had negoti ated with Long Beach. Calif., .Anaheim and several otherj cities, but had accepted no proposals. The newspaper said it learned from highly reliable city officials that the board of directors of the Ajnerican League team "unanimously and eagerly" approved the city's proposaL Another Angel spokesman said the Angels were planning to move firom Dodger Stadium after the 1965 season, but said "There is a possibility that we might go to any city that makes us a good offer." Meanwhile, on the playing field the Angels had plenty of trouble. In Sunday's game against the Boston Red Sox, second baseman Bobby Knoop put the An gels in the lead 3-2 with a home run in the second inning. However, Boston tied it up m the next frame and it remained that way for the next 10 innings. Then in the 13th, the Red Sox erupted for three runs on a single, a double, a sacrifice and a home run by Tony Conigliaro. The deciding runs were scored against southpaw Jack Spring. The Angels take today and Tuesday off firom their Cactus League circuit. NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI)— The 1964 National Collegiate Athletic Association swimming and diving championships not only set a record for records but haive given U.S. Olympic officials reason to hope for a flood of Yankee swimming gold medals at Tokyo this October. With such talent as Roy Saari and Bill Craig of champion Southern California and Steve Clark of Yale setting the pace, new records were set in aU 15 swimming events in the three- day meet for the first time in history and 15 new meet inarks were established for the first time since 1929. The cream of the Olympic crop will be scooped from the top three teams in the meet — Southern California, Indiana, the upset favorite, and Yale — which made it runaway of the team race. Headmg the list should be Saari, a sophomore who established three new records, soph- more teammate Craig who set two standards and Clark, who also eclipsed two records. Southern California, which had gone into the final day trailing Indiana by five points and Yale by three, totaled 96 points to 91 for Indiana and 87 for Yale. Saturday's winners included Saari in the 1.650-yard freestyle (16:49.5), Craig in the 100-yar breaststroke (0:59.9), Bob Bennett of Southern California in the 100-yard backstroke (0:53.1) Clark in the 100-yard freestyle (0:46.3). WaUy Richardson of Minnesota in the 100-yard butterfly (0:50.2), Randy. Larson of Ohio State in the three-meter dive and Yale in. the relay (3:07.7). Stanford loses SANTA BARBARA (UPI) The University of California at Santa Barbara beat Stanford twice Saturday, 8-3 and 4-0 in Intercollegiate Baseball Association doubleheader. Big job for Messchach Tenney EVINRUDE MOTORS Sales and Service GLASSPAR BOATS phone 793-4925 142S West Redlands Blvd. S.C. easily defeats Oxy LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The defending national champion collegiate track team. Southern California, showed its power Saturday as it rolled up an easy victory over Occidental, 111-34. By OSCAR FRALEY UPI Sports Writer MIAMI (UPI) - Shadrach and Meshach helped Joshua fit" the battle to Jericho but when it komes to Saturday's battle of the Florida Derby— and the subsequent Kentucky Derby — that feller Messchach is strictly out on his own. That would, of course, be Mes schach (Mich) Tenney. He's the Mormon cowboy who won 'the big derby with Swaps in 1955 and the Florida Derby and Preakness last year with Candy Spots. He's m a tough spot this time with a colt named "The Scoundrel" and if he wins the SlOO,- 000 added Florida Derby those Kentucky Derby walls will really come tumbling down. Because Northern Dancer, owned by Canadian financier E, P. Taylor, has been mopping up everything in these parts; California has its own rose run comet in Hill Rise, and Calumet Farm after an unusually long siege of horsey ineptness is making Churchill Downs threats with two candidates in Kentucky Jug and Kentucky Pioneer. Northern Dancer at the moment is a nose favorite over Hill Rise for the big one May 2 at Louisville. The Flamingo winner, also figures to be odds on for the Saturday gallop at Guifstream over a mile and an eighth for a purse of $100,000 plus. The Canadian colt demonstrated clearly on Saturday that it had bst none of its Flamingo sharpness when it won a special seven-furlong sprint in 1:22 2-5 and then breezed the extra furlong in a full mile jaunt ijj 1:36 3-5. But second to him came The Scoundrel and it is interesting to note that Tenney's hopeful had a much rougher trip and still wound up making up ground on Northern Dancer. .•\t the quarter. Northern Dancer was a length and a half off the lead with The Scoundrel buried in-sixth seven and one-half lengths. At the half Northern .Dancer was a head of the stretch the Canadian favorite was on top by three lengths with the Scoundrel fourth by five lengths. And at the finish, the Scoundrel was four lengths iback of Northern Dancer. The Scoundrel's second-place finish on his first Florida start was heartening the "Tenney. "The Colt worked a great mile at Santa Anita," glowed Meshach. "He went it in 1:34.2 which would be just 24 feet behind Swaps' world record of 1:33.1. I don't know if he's ready but we'll find out Saturday." There are a tot of Biblical words used around the racetrack, particularly when " you run out of the money. But they may have aptly-named "The Scoundrel." In lieu of Joshua, he's got a lot going for him in Messchach and if they combine to win the Florida "Derby the one in Kentucky is really going to be a rodeo.

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