Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 1, 1964 · Page 13
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Bill Russell leads Celtics to victoiy BOSTON (UPI) — Bis BUI Russell didn't say a word when Cincinnati's Oscar Robertson was named iiis successor as the National Basketball Association's most valuable player. Russell even forgot about his talk of retirement Instead, the hulking center of the six-time champion Boston Celtics led his team to a one-game lead, 103-87 over the Cincinnati Royals in their best-of-seven Eastern Division final series. NBA playoff action moves clear across the nation tonight when the St. Louis Hawks move into San Francisco to launch their best-of-seven West- em Division series. Russell's boss, NBA coacliing dean Red Auerbach, had only one word for his 6-foot, 9-inch star: "Fantastic." The veteran Boston pivot tossed in 18 points, hauled donn 31 rebounds, and even collected a pair of assists while plaj-ing 46 minutes Tuesday night. Unfortunately, NBA statisticians don't keep records 'on blocked shots. But Russell time and again delighted a 13,909 ca pacity. Boston Garden crowd in this respect. He left them with the abiding memory of a seem ingly endless arm slapping bas ketballs back into the faces of Cincinnati shooters. Robertson, whose most valu able player selection broke a string of three straight Russell choices, didn't have a basket for the first 11 minutes of the game. He wound up with 20 points, seven rebounds and three assists while playing 44 minutes. For the record, he averaged 31.4 points, 10 rebounds and 11 assists per regular sea son game. Boston guard Sam Jones was the man with the hottest hand. Held to seven m the first half, he finished with 27. Tom Heinsohn had 20. Wayne Embry's 21 points in 28 minutes toppwi the Royals, who qualified to meet the Celtics by eliminating Philadelphia in the preliminary series. Good night for Copelond NORTH HOLL•i'^VOOD, (UPI) —It was a good mght at the Valley Garden Arena for Auburn Copcland, world's fourth- rated junior lightweight—and a bad one for the three fighting Gomez brothers from Mexico City. Copeland, 136, Los Angeles, pounded out a close decision Tuesday night in the featured 10-round bout over Sergio Gomez, 135. Referee Tommy Hart, the only official, scored it 5-4 for Copeland. In the six-round scmi-windup, Irish Davcy, 187, North Hollywood, decisioncd AI Carter, 196, Los Angeles. The other two Gomez brothers lost in scheduled four-rounders. Fernando, 135, was knocked out in the fourth by Mercer Smith, 137, Los Angeles, and Lucio, 128, was decisioned by Joe Bolton, 129, Los Angeles. ALMOST PERFECT - Bob Castillo came within "a sixpin" of bowling a perfect 300 of Empire Bowl this week. But there wos still excitement galore when he racked up 299 in sanctioned league play Monday evening. This was the highest individual score ever picked up at Empire Bowl. And his series for the evening was also the highest ever rolled. Castillo bowls 299, lone pin spoils perfect game Bob CasUIio, 102 Parkwood. Redlands, came within one pin of joining the ranks of perfect game bowlers Monday night when be rolled a sanctioned 299 during an Empire Bowl major league contest. Tension rose among bowlers when Castillo roiled his tenth straight strike and then the roof really went off when he notched his eleventh. On his 12th ball, the six pin remained to stand between him and a perfect game. Allen Otterbcck, bowing manager at Empire, stated the 299 was the highest ever rolled there and that the Bowl is pre scnting Castillo with a check for SloO. Besides this, he said, the American Bowh'ng Congress will present Castillo with an en^ graved wist watch as a. mem ento of the occasion. Castillo has a 203 average and is a member of the CuUi- gan Softwatcr team. Following his record setting game, he came back with a 250 and then 177 for a new high series of 732. His team's scries topped 3000, another Em.pire Bowl record, Otterbeck stated. Yucaipa scores 10th win, downs Elsinore 7-4 Yucaipa bascballcrs rolled up' their tenth win of the season yesterday when they downed El sinore 7-4 on the loser's diamond. Dennis Hare and Terry RaiO' bow put together a three-hit cf fort, with Hare getting credit for the non-league triumph. It was Hare's fourth victory against no losses. Rainbow, who took over in the fifth uming, struck out six of the 13 Elsinore batters he burled to. The Thundcrbjrds scored twice m both the sixth and seventh innings to overcome a fifth inning lead held by the Elsinore. Tim Wade, with three hits and two RBI's, and Bill Kcrkelrath, who powered a two-run double, sparked the Yucaipa attack. Score by innings: Yucaipa .. .110 102 2-7 5 1 Elsinore ...100 120 0-4 3 3 Free-for-all trotting title slated today ARCADIA (UPI) - Eight standardbreds competed for the free-for-all trotting title of the Western Harness* spring season today in the $20,000 CaUfomian Invitational Trot at Santa Anita. The field was headed by Has- U Jim and Express Rodney who dueled to a photo finish in last week's 510,000 Los Angeles Trot, with the former getting the victory by a nose in the Ume of 2:03 2-5. Jerry Adios came through as the favorite Tuesday to finish two lengths in front of Torjo in the SIO.OOO Spring Sophomore pace over a sloppy track. The 3-ycar-old son of Adios forced the early pace of Torjo and when called on by driver Jimmy cruise he passed the leader in the stretch and pulled away at the finish. Bal Harbor finished third in the field of seven. Jerry Adios returned $4.20 for tlie victory. Old pros shine as rookies fade By United Press Intemationil The veterans have had the best of it this spring. A fistful of old pros are enjoying an unusually brilliant ex hibition season while' sharing their positions wth the baliy booed rookies, who, for the most part, have done an early fade out. Tuesday's exhibition results had a typical (for 1964) veteran flavor which singled out: —Camilo Pascual, who burled seven shutout innings to extend his shutout string to 15 as the Jlinnesota Twins recorded their fifth straight victory, 6-0, over the Philadelphia PhiUies" "B team. —Vic Power, fitting for the Twins' first base job, who collected three hits in the victory to up his batting average to .429. —Hank Aaron, who hammered his fourth exhibition home run in the red-hot Milwaukee Braves' 6-3 decision over the Detroit Tigers. Sadowski Blanks Tigers —Bob Sadowski, the youthful vet of the Braves who blanked the Tigers on three hits through the first five innings. He now has yielded only one run in 17 innings for a .53 earned run average. —Moose SkowTon of the Washington Senators, who led 16-hit attack against Baltimore's Steve Barber and reUef ace Stu Jliller for an 11-5 vie tory. SkowTon has 13 hits in 22 at-bats for a robust .391 aver age. —Ron Hansen, who slugged two home runs and drove in six runs to lead the Chicago White Sox to a 7-6 triumph over the St. Louis Cardinals. Ken Boycr drove in three Cardinal nms, two of them on a home run. —Marty Keough, who hit his fourth home run of the spring for Cincinnati in the Reds' 4-3 loss to Philadelphia's "A" team. —And Larry Jackson, who registered his third victory for the Chicago Cubs, pitching seven scoreless innings against the Cleveland Indians. Ron Santo hit a two-run homer and two singles in the Cubs' 6-2 victory. In other games Tuesday the Pittsburgh Pirates capitalized on four outfield errors by the New York Mets to gain an 8-4 victory. Rookie Rex Johnston, with three hits, and Willie Star- gcU, with a two-run homer, led the Pirates' attack. Charley Lau squeezed home the winning run in the last of the 10th inning to give the Kansas City Athletics a S-t victory over the New York Yankees. Rookie AurcUo Monteagudo held the Yankees scoreless for six innings. The Los Angeles Dodgers, who have seen their three best pitchers get shelled in the last three days, saw Johnny Podres take a 6-3 bombarding from the Houston ColLs. Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale also were pounded in their most recent outings. The San Francisco Giants Redlands Daily factM Wtd, Ipril 1, IW - 13 Fraleys specials for special day By OSCAR FRALEY UPI Sport* Writer JflAMI (UPI) - This the day /or a bunch of carefully gath ered exclusives: FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (UPI) — Yogi Berra, new man ager of the American League champion Yankees, predicted today that the Yankees would be lucky to finish fitth but the Mets should win the National League pennant. DENVER, Colo. (UPO-For- mer world heavyweight champion Charles (Sonny) Liston admitted today he was planning to become an evangelist dedi­ cated to bringing smiles and sunshine into all the dives of the world. MOSCOW (UPI)—One of Russia's leading sports commissars asserted today that in the 1964 Olympic Games the Soviets, "even if defeated," would ac cept the U.S. scoring system instead of using a half-dozen different systems until victory was assured. TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) — The Major League Pitchers Association cleared eight suspected spitball throwers of any such actions on the grounds that spitting is unsanitary. NEW YORK (UPI) — Cassius Clay vowed in his first recorded whisper an oath of silence until he had learned to write an "X" in old English script and translated the Koran into Sand skrit ATLANTA. Ga. (UPI) - .Arnold Palmer, preparing to play m the Masters golf tournament, said today he never expected to win another tournament because he had a nick in his favorite niblick and needed the money so badly he was pressing too much. VERO BEACH, Fla. (UPI)— Baseball observers with the Los Angeles Dodgers insisted today they vouM not "fire" Manager Walt Alston a single time this season because of lack of coop- erafion from the front office. WASHINGTON (UPI) - Senate insiders argued today that a federal boxing commission was unnecessary because a majority of fight managers had proved themselves to be on such a high moral plane that they were beyond suspicion of any type of skullduggery or meat merchandising. April fool April fool... April fool. Terriers run into Pacific buzz saw Yesterday just wasn't the day for the Terrier baseball team. The score was 15-2 in favor of Pacific. The big damage for the RHS nine came in the second inning. Pacific scored seven runs when 13 men went to the plate against Terrier hurlers A r i e Frankcn and Ron Breytfus. Actually, the whole game started out wrong when Pacific put four runs across in the very first inning. Pacific pitcher Jim Cosfel lo was in rare form, fanning 10, walking only three and picking up two of Pacific's IS hits. The Terriers, who had been threatening to jump into the CBL lead, are now back to 2-2 while Pacific is only 2-1. Basil Lobaugh and Dan Finfrock scored both the Redlands runs yesterday when they hit triples and tallied on errors. The game was played on the damp Redlands field but rain fell only during the first part oi the game. Score by innings: Pacific 474 000—15 15 2 Redlands ...010 010—2 6 4 Costello & Hopson; Garcia, Frankcn (1), Breytfus (2), Mathews (3), Abrassart (5) & Campbell. -AlcCaU (5). Oregon, Oregon State back in conference fold Former Irish star dies VANCOm 'ER. Wa.-=h. (UPl)- Funcral services were held today for George Philbrook. a former Notre Dame football star who died at his home Sun day night. Philbrook was a teammate of Knute Rockne's at Notre Dame in 1909. He was a member of the 1912 Olympic team, competing in the decathlon with Jim Thorpe. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The old Pacific Coast Conference, which expired in 1958 after a wave of football violations, vhrtually came back to life today with the scheduled entrance of Oregon and Oregon State into the Athletic Association of Western UniversiUes. The AAWU (Big Six) announced Tuesday that the two Oregon schools would enter the revamped conference on July 1. And a sptikesman for the group indicated that both would be eligible to go to the Rose Bowl next January although neither plays a representative league schedule until 1967. "No decision about this has been reached yet," the spokey man said. "But Washington State became eligible for the Rose Bowl after it jomed in 1962 and apparently the same policy will apply to Oregon and Oregon SUte." As a result, the Big Six beefed up to eight teams which include Southern California, UCLA, California. Stanford, Washington, Washington State, Oregon and Oregon State. This was the same group, ex eluding Idaho, that fell apart in 1958 after disclosures two years earlier regarding illegal aid given by some of the member schools to football players. Warriors meet Hawks Chamberlain faces his toughesf defender polished off the Boston Red Sox for the sixth straight time, 9-1. Jack Sanford and Billy Pierce required only 80 pitches to stop the Red Sox. Impressive rookie Tony Conigliaro singled home the only Boston run and Jesus Alou stretched his hitting streak to 13 games for the Giants. S..\N FRANCISCO (UPD- Wilt Chamberlain faces his toughest defender, Zelmo Beaty, tonight when the San Francisco Warriors take on the St. Louis Hawks in the opener of their N'BA final Western Division playoff. The survivor of the best-of- seven game series will then meet the winner of the Boston- Cincinnati Eastern Division playoff with the overall victor capturing pro basketball's World Scries. Coach Alex Hanniim. who guided the Warriors to the regular season crown in the Western race after taking over an also-ran club last August, said that Beaty probably would give Chamberlain a tough time. "Zelmo has done a good job guarding Chamberlain all season," Hannum said of the six foot, nine inch pivotman from Prairie View, Kan. Figures show that Wilt averaged 31 pomts against Beaty this season while the teams were splitting their regular series 6-6. Overall in the league. Chamberlain shot a percentage of 36.9 points per contest. Hannum also praised the Hawks' Cliff Hagan as a "great money player" and said that Bob Pettit's record stood on its own merits. But the coach wasn't about to give anything away to coach Hary Gallatin's crew, who placed second two games behind the Warriors in the final division standings aft er beating them two straight during a late stretch drive. "This playoff shapes up as a dog eat dog affair," Hannum said. "But I think we can win if we play our kind of a game. Hazzard may go to Lakers LOS ANGELES (UPI) UCLA's AU-American Walt Hazzard may be wearing a Los Angeles Laker imiform next season. The Lakers will exercise their territorial rights in the collegiate player draft and pick the fancy ballhandling guard, according to reports here. The Lakers were eliminated from the National Basketball Association Western Division semifinals for the first Ume since moving their franchise to Los Angeles and are looking for added strength. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Baseball for Boys signup Thursday night Tomorrow is signup lime for the 8-12-year-old Baseball for Boys program in Redlands. The lime will be 7:30 to 9 p.m. Elks league players signup at the Cope JIuItipurpose room. Optimist league players signup at Franklin elementary school. Who's in the Elks league? They are boys who attend Kimberly, Kingsbury, Crafton, McKinley, Lincoln or Cope. Optimist league players come from Mentone school. Franklin, Smiley, Lugonia and all parochial or private schools. Should the boy himself be present? Preferably not. Parents have to sign for each boy anyway. To be eligible for this league, the boy must be 8 years old before July 31, 1964 and must not be 13 before July 31, 1964. Proof of birth will be required for those plajing in the Redlands youth baseball program for the first time. A donation of S6 per boy will be requested to help defray costs of the program. Signup for the Kiwanis league for I3-and 14-year-old boys will be held tonight, 7:30 p.m. at the YMCA. all tuna liver *n meat chicken fish meaty mix kidney'n meat 6Dr.R( OSS Spring is Here . . . AND WE'RE BUSTING OUT ALL OVER WITH BARGAINS IN NEW 1964 DODGES Complete Stock of 38 Models . . . Every Car Covered By A 5 Yr./50,000 Mile Guarantee SALE PRICE ON EVERY CAR! 38 Spring Bargains . . . Check These Special PRICES! NEW 1964 Dodge Dart 4 Door ^040 Car No. <42 NOW . . . • AH Colors • Ail Body Styles Cash pr Trada Bank Terms DART 330 — 440 POLARA CUSTOM 880 PICKUPS Plenty More To Choose From SAVE UP TO ... $800 NEW 1964 Dodge 330 Wagon LOADED Novirr. .^2950 NEW 1964 Dodge Polara 500 SPORT MODEL Car No. 5M C NOW ... NEW 1964 Dodge Dart GT LOTS OF EXTRAS Car No. 577 NOW . . . 2599 NEW 1964 Dodge Cus.8804-Dr. BIG CAR Car No. M3 C NOW . . . 3550 NEW 1964 DODGE PICKUP Car No. (55 NOW . . . VAN DORIN MOTOR CO 1617 W. REDLANDS BLVD. (Next io Dangermond's Nursery). 793-2493

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