Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 1, 1964 · Page 12
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12 - Wed, April 1, 1964 Redlands Daily facts Terriers shoot down Chaffey in all divisions A BIT DAMP - Chaffey trackmen stayed on therr buses for obouf 15 minutes yesterday afternoon, perhaps hoping the meet with Redlands would be postponed like it was a year ago. But the sun came out and Redlands won the meet in IS WE IS OR IS WE AINT - That was the question Chaffey track coach Truck Lindsey, left, and RHS coach Bill Cunningham were debating yesterday afternoon when rain threatened to force a postponement of the meet. Sunshine came to the rescue and L.ndsey Fobably wishes it hadn't. For Redlands tracksters swept all three divisions. Varsity, B and C. The Redlands-Chaffey meet was postponed to the end of the season last year and it was critical then as if would have been this yeor, too. Bill asks for Federal Boxing Commission SACR.AMENTO (UPI) — Legislation asking creation of a Federal Bo .King Commission was before the state .•Assembly today. The state Senate unanimously approved the measure. Tuesday after its author, Sen. J. Eugene McAlcer, D - San Francisco, charged in a speech on the Senale floor Uiat closed circuit television broadcasts were "cir- WHL standings (Tit Round—Btst of Seven) W UGF OA San Francisco 3 1 15 13 PorUand 1 3 13 15 Los Angeles 2 1 13 14 ! Denver 1 2 14 13 , Tuesday's Results |N'o games played. Wednesdoy's Sehedulo Portland at San Francisco Denver at Los Angeles. cumventing" the state's Boxing Commission. SHIKTMAKERS / The Skipper A colorful Imported cotton gingham. Crisp, C<K)1 and composed. Like all Gant shirts. Skipper has elan in a gentlemanly manner. In various tricolor combinations. $6.95 1 ,. ..,.v'/..- I I. ^ Sfare fa Stors for Men 308 Orange Strecf, Redlands OPEN FRL NITES 'TIL 9 - S&H GREEN STAMPS oil three divisions. Some members of the Chaffey team took off their spiked shoes rather than chance a slip on the wet pavement. (Focts photos all by.C. J. Kenison) Redlands undefeated in league Terrier tracksters were weU on their way to another CBL crown as they shot down the Chaffey Tigers in all three divi' sions in a dual meet on t h e damp Redlands oval yesterday afternoon. Redlands is now the only school in CBL with an undefeated record in varsity, B and C competition. Chaffey, considered second to Redlands in the CBL this season, came closest in the B division. Final scores were varsity, Redlands 59V4, Chaffey 44V-i; B. Division, Redlands SI, Chaffey 43; and C division, Redlands 6014 and Chaffey 25Vi. In the varsity, Redlands standout performers came through as they were expected to do. Roger Cox swept both the dash events, Steve Huffstutler both hurdles and Jeff Rawlings had no trouble in the mile. But Coach Bill Cuningham was proud of a come-through performance by Dennis Gidcumb, who took third in both the 100 and 220, beating out Kelly of Chaffey, their top sprinter last j'car and this. And he was also particularly pleased with the performances of Ed Wimbley and Jlike Binkley in the hurdle events. The Terriers swept the 180 lows when Huffstutler came in first followed by Wimbley, then Binkley. In the highs, Wimbley also paced his way in for second place behind Huffstutler and Btakley drove to the tape for a third place tie with Autry of Chaffey. Fastest 880 Other outstanding varsity per formers were Harold Edwards who turned in his season's fast' est 880-time of 1:59.9 to take second to Lane of Chaffey, one of the top CBL half-milers. And Edwards was followed in by Andy Soulek, only a sophomore this year. Another sophie commended by the coach was Steve Shawver who was a close third in the mile race won by Rawliags of Redlands in the fastest CBL time of the season, 4:29.9. Larry Butler went 6 feet in the high jump to take a first but coaches held him there rather than chance a pulled muscle or some other injury in any go-higher effort. B Division In the B division. Coach Can ningham lauded Mike Weaver for his .win in the 120 low hurdles and Rick Cruz for his 54-4Vi winning effort in the shotput. For the C's, top commendation went to Paul McGec for his 19-3 effort in the broadjump and to Greg Noordman for his 9-6 pole vault. Threat of Rain There was concern early in the afternoon that the meet would have to be postponed because of the rain but after light sprinkles early in the meet, skies cleared and the track, while somewhat slow, was not muddy. Varsity 120 highs — HuffstuUer (R), Wimbley (R), deadheat for 3rd between Binkley (R) and Autry (C), 15.0. 100 — Cos (R), Prosser (C), Gidcumb (R), 9.9. 880—Lane (C), Edwards (R), Soulek (R), 1:59.5. 440—Williams (C), Hahn (R), Brown (C), 49.4. 180 lows - HuffstuUer fR), Wimbley (R), Binkley (R), 19.7. 220 — Cox (R), WilUams (C), Gidcumb (R), 21.9. Mile — Rawlings (R), Fer- Podres racked for 11 hits and 6 runs VERO BEACH, Fla. (UPI)— In a battle of possible "fourth starters" on the Dodger pitching staff. Bob Miller and Larry Sherry divided the mound assignment today for Los Angeles against the Minnesota T\vins. The Dodgers'' "third" start?r| in the pitching rotation, Johnny Podres, was racked Tuesday for 11 hits and 6 runs by the Houston Colts during five innings of work. The Dodgers lost 6-3. Pete Richert, perhaps leading contender for the fourth spot, allowed but one hit and two walks in three scoreless innings of relief. He also uncorked one wild pitch. Doug Camilli continues show ing a strong spring bat while regular Dodger catcher John Roseboro recuperates in Los Angeles from an injury. Camilli collected three hits in, five at- bats Tuesday to boost his batting average to .371. Another spring slugger, rookie Wes Parker, hit a first-inning triple and was robbed of an other extra base hit when Pete Runnels speared his line drive. Huge channel catfish taken at San Vicente A huge channel catfish weighing 27 pounds 5 ounces and measuring 40 inches m length and 2314 inches in girth was landed at San Vicente Reservoir in San Diego County on March 30, the Department of Fish and Game reported today. San Vicente will not open to public fishmg until April 30, the DFG hastened to add. The giant catfish was taken by San Diego city employe Jim Parker, a dam keeper at the reservoir, who was sampling the fish population to see what anglers might expect when the lake opens to fishing. Parker landed the lunker catfish on 14 pound test line with spinning gear, using cut mack erel as bait. The monster fought for 45 minutes before succuml)- ing. It was taken at the Toll arm of the reservoir. TIMBER TOPPER STEVE - It's all over but the shouting here as hurdler Steve Huffstutler hits the tape after taking the varsity low hurdles yesterday. He also took the highs. Huffstutler was the Terrier key man on last year's CBL champipn- ship team, too. He ran the lows in 19.7 y&i\&Aay but holds the third fastest time in southern section CIF this season at 18.9. He's olso a member of the speedy 880 relay team which has the third fastest time in CIF. ROGER THE SWIFT — Terrier sprinter Roger Cox strains a bit at the finish line of the 100-yard dash yesterday but he didn't really need to. The second man was five yards behind. Cox, perhaps the best sprinter in RHS history, has already posted the fast 220 time in Southern section CIF this year (21.1) and was crossing this 100 line in 9.9. Cox also anchored the winning relay team. Results of last night's leagues at Empire Bowl: Ladies League DevoU's Market 52'/i-44V4, Jacks Chevron 49-38, Farmers Daughter 45-42, Mary's Cleaners 44Vi-42'/4, Standard StaUon 44-43, Brookside Market 42V4- Wh, Big 4 Market 27Vi59W!. High series — Jan Breazile 548; High game — Jan Breazile 203. 20O Club — J. Breazile 203, L. Middleton 202. Ladies Scratch Trio Sedgwick 68-48, Jim Glaze 6353. McCartney's 62-54, Steak Eater's 60'/-!-55i4, DiCarla's 51'/4-64'/4, Lcnap Lawn 43-73. High series — Tem Goddard 780; High game — Florine Dundas 231. 200 Club — J. Lawrence 229, F. Dundas 231, S. Barnes 203, T. Goddard 213-202. City League Micro Lube 74-42, Poe and Richards 71-45, Buds Richfield 69-47, Sorenson's Eng. SSli -eoVi, Lange and Runkel 54-62, Village Barbe Shop 53-63, Morbitzer's 441i-71V4, Advertiser 4373. High series — AmoM Yost guson (C), Shawver (R), 4:29.8. 880 relay — Redlands (Gidcumb, Hahn. Huffstutler, Cox) 1:30.1. Broad jump — Williams (C), Conkle (C), Jackson (C), 22- 4Vi. Shot put — Crutchcr (C), Baker (R), Luciani (C), 52-1K4. Pole vault — Barrett (C), Graber (C), Rogers (R), 11-0. High jump — Butler (R), Wheeler (R), Woolten (C), 6-0. Team totals: Redlands 59V4, Chaffey 44K. Class B (Redlands places only) 70 HH — Delgado (1), Paxton (3) 9.2; 100 — Weaver (3) 10.6; 660 — Weis (2) Mercier (3) 1.27.1; 120 LH Weaver (1) Delgado (2) Car doza (3) 13.8; 120 — Wilke (2) 23.2; 1320 — Harrison (1) Barnes (2) Marti (3) 3.30.4; 660 relay — Chaffey won but only because of dropped baton; Shot — Cruz. (1) Cross (3) 54 -4Vi; PV - Kebely (2) 10'; HJ no Redlands places; BJ — Townsend (1) Blanchaixl (2) 199. Class C (Redlands place* only) 100 - Correia (1) McGee (3) 11 flat; 660 — Ortiz (1) Cos (2) 1:32.6; 120 LH — MacDon aid (1) Lopez (2) 14.3; 180 — Correia (1) Nagy (2) 20 flat; 1320 — Gonzales (2) Shaw (3) 3:41.9; 440 relay - Redlands; BJ — McGee (1) HacDonald (2) Jenkins (3) 19-3; HJ Nagy (1) Foster (Ue lor Srd) 5 -5; PV — Noordman (1) Merrit (tie for second) 9<. 614; High game — Darrell Johns 242. 200 Club — C. Dundas 207214, A. Yost 224-206, B. Phelps 208, L; Snow 216, D. Johns 242, J. Smith 219. Tuesday A.M. Rolling Puis 51-30, Ten Pins 47-34. Toppers 47-34. Pin Ups 44V4-36V4, Sidewinders 38'/4-42M!, Checkmates 38Vi-42 '.3. Cinna­ bars 33-48, Untouchables 2357 'A. High scries — Diane Lowry 534; High game — Diane Lowry 187. City of Hope Her Majesty 67-33, Van Wieren 62-38, Hal's Liquor 5545, Emerich and McDowell 5446, Levines IfUVx-Wh, Smith Un ion 50V4-49V4, PCA 49-51, L and B Supply 43V4-56V4. Shawver Shell 41-59, Shirtcliff Construc- Uon 3014-60%. High series — Fran Delaney 535; High game — Marilyn ShirtcUff 233. 200 Club — M. Shirtcliff 233, J. Sorcnson 201. Results of yesterday's leagues at Tri-City Bowl: Tuesday Mixed Team No. 4 32-16, Spradco 30Vi-17W, El Matador 22V4-25Vi, Elks 22-26, Team No. 3 21-27, Specialty Shop 16-32. High series — Ed Applegate 556, Jan Fritz 567; High game — Pat Riley 233, Jan Fritz 264. 20O Club - J. Fritz 2«, P. Riley 233, E. Applegate 200, Bill Cruze 208. Ramona tops Colton. Poly edges S.B. While Redlands was runnmg away from Chaffey on the local track scene yesterday, Ramona topped Colton &1-40 and Riverside Poly edged San Bernardino by a bare 56-48. Ramona got its meet by virtue of an 18-point sweep in the hurdle events while Colton, as usual, was racking up points m the distances. Ramona also won the Class 1B but Colton took Class C. In the Riverside - S.B. meet, .Austin Pulliams of S.B. just nipped Bobby Bonds in the 100 in 9.9 but Riverside swept the distance races to take the meet. And Poly added insult to in jury by sweeping both Class B and Class C events. Troy defeats Brigham Young LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Home nms by Darryl Wilkihs and Bud Hollowell accounted for five runs and sent the University of Southern California to an 8-6 baseball victory Tuesday over Brigham Young University. San Diego State don-ned the University of San Diego 4-2 in a six-inning non - conference game shortened by rain. Games in Southern California postponed by the rain included Cal State (Los Angeles) at Loyola, Pepperdine at Chapman and Occidental at UCLA. Trout plant In local waters The Department of Fish and Game has scheduled the stock- tag of catchable - size ram- bow trout this week in the following San Bernardino QcmH-j lakes and streams: Lake Arrowhead, Big Bear Lake, Cucamonga (^eek. Deep Creek. Lytle Creek (North Fork, Middle Creek). Bo Bdinsky to confront Giants today PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI) - Bo BeUnsky, one of the two south- jpaw burlers left on the Los Angeles Angel staff, confronts the heavy-hitting San Francisco Giants today in an exhibition game. Belinsky and reliever Jack .Spring are the only two lefties I left on the Angel mound staff j after southpaws Danny Rivas and Mel Nelson were optioned [Tuesday to Hawaii along with righthanders Aubrey Gatewood and Ed Thomas. The Angels won a "family" [game with the Islanders Tuesday in Indio. Calif., 8-5. First baseman Charley Dees continued his hitting streak to eight games with a home run and a double, driving in five runs. Dean Chance, Don Lee and Paul Foytack each worked three innings for the parent club. Chance, making his first ap- [pearance in a week after being sidelined with a sore throat, was tucked for two hits and two runs. Hurler Fred Newman, who has allowed only four earned runs in 17 innings this spring, will be mactive for about 10 days after he has his tonsils removed today. Tennis match rained out Although it did not rain heav ily in Redlands yesterday afternoon, there was a downpour in San Bernardino which forced postponement of the Terrier tennis match with Pacific. Coach Paul Womack did not know late yesterday just when ,the match would be re- I scheduled although it was hoped 'it could be later this week. Blades try to grab playoff lead By United Press Internalienil San Francisco can polish off Portland tonight by whipping the Bucks on Cow Palace ice for the third straight time in their Western Hockey League semi-final playoff. Meanwhile, Los Angeles tries to grab a 3-1 lead over league- leading Denver when the two teams have at it in the Los Angeles Sports Arena. The Invaders were crippled by the loss of goalie Al Millar, sidelined with a broken hand. Marcel Paille of Vancouver, designated as a standby goalie for the playoffs, will take Millar's place at the nets tonight. A Los Angeles-San Francisco final would be bard to figure since the Blades finished a badly beaten third ia the regular season and the Seals squeezed into fourth place. It would also be good news for the Blades, who had the Seals number most of the year. San Francisco is the defending Western Hockey i,eague champion and won 10 out of their last 15 regulation tUts under new head coach Nick Mickoski. Now they lead Portland, 3-1. Meanwhile, the league honored Millar with its tijree-star award for the 1963-64 season. Millar polled 76 votes in 70 games and was 11 times named first star of the game by the hockey experts. Seattle's Guyle Fielder, the league's leading scorer, was a close second with 70 voting points, including 10 selectiona at first star of the game. Vancouver's Paiile and Portland net-tender Dave Kelly tied for third with 68 voting points. Sonny Moore to fight Willie Richardson LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) — Heavyweights Sonny Moore of Dallas and Willie Richardson, San Jose, Calif., will meet here next Tuesday night in the main bout at the Castaways KoteL Tony Noriega, ISIV^, Bakersfield. Calif., scored a unanimous decision over Aman Peck, 152, Las Vegas, Tuesday night m one of the 10-round featured bouts. Joey Castellano, 119. San Jose, won the other 10-rounder by a unanimous decision over Changa Magallanes, 118, Los Angeles. 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