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6- Saturday, Apr. 4. 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Terrier swimmers down Fontana. win CBL title Brandenb'ger, Gardner Huffaker set records By JOHN W. LENKER The Redlands Terrier swimmers, led by Bill Bran denberger, Jim Gardner, and Garth Huffaker, downed Fontana at the U. of R. pool last night 74-21 to end CBL competition as undefeated champions. Brandenbcrger broke the school record in the 200 yd. freestyle -mth a 2:00.5 clocking. Gardner's 1:10.2 in the 100 yd. breast stroke was good for aoo ther record. Huffaker toured the 100 yd. freestyle in the record time of 53.7. Other winners for Redlands in the varsity competition were Sean Kackley in the 50 yd. free, Huffaker in the individual med ley, Steve Smith in diving, Brandenberger in the butterfly, Mike Patella in the backstroke, and Dave Scott in the 400 yd. freestyle. Double winners in Class B were Dennis McCracken in the 50 and 100 yd. freestyle events, and Steve Melcher in the butter- Cards defeat Riverside with homer San Bernardino High School knocked home team Riverside Poly from the unbeaten ranks in CBL baseball, as Cardinal Bill Jacobs blasted an eighth inning home run giving the SWIMMERS i CELEBRATE Rcdiandt Terrier s w i m- mtrf, undefeafed Cirrus BeU LeigiM Chtmpions, at the conclution of their meet with Fenlana list night observed thi occasion with a dual pur- poit celebration. Thay tossed Swim Coach Ron Stutt and his assistant Buzz. Hinckley (former R H S swimmer) into the University of Rtdlands pool in tha midst of much applausa and cheer* ing. Tha optimistic swimmers ware not only marking a CBL victory and championship but •1 *0 tha and of an era of "no swimming pool". It was their last dual meat in tha UR pool for work on tha Terrier swim pools has already started and tha next swim team will be in tha n»w pool. Cards a 3-2 victory. Cardinal Mike Nolea recieved credit for the victory as he pitched a five hitter, striking out nine and walking four. Riv erside's only two runs came on third Inning double by Bobby Bonds. Riverside and San Bemar dino are now tied wiUi 2-1 records, while Ramona is leading with 3-1. fly and backstroke. Don Ache son was a double winner Class C as he won both the SO and 100 yard freestyle events. Tuesday the Terrier tanksters, under the coaching of Ron Stutt, travel to Upland for the preli' minaries of the Upland Invita tional; the finals will be held in the following Saturday. The following week is the CBL meet which decides who will go into the CIF competition. Results: CLASS A Redlands 74, Fontana 21 Medley Relay: Redlands (Patella, Lenker, Brandenberger, Gardner). 200 yd. free: Brandenberger (R) 2:00.5 (record); 2nd Scott (R); 3rd Harris (F). SO yd. free: Kackley (R) 24.2; 2nd Battersby (B); 3rd Janow^ ske (F). Ind. med: Huffaker (R), 1:25.3; 2nd Lanrence (F); 3rd Cleaver (B). Diving: Smith (R); 2nd. Hampf (F); 3rd McKee (F). 100 yd. butterfly: Brandenber^ ger (R) 56.5; 2nd Rohrdack (F) 3rd Crawcit (F). 100 yd. free: Huffaker (R) 53.7 (record); 2nd Harris (F); 3rd Battersby (R). 100 yd. back: PateUa (R) 1:03.2; 2nd Cleaver (R); 3rd Cra wcit (F). 400 yd. free: Scott (R) 4:34.2; 2nd Rohrdack (F); 3rd Lawx cnce (F). 100 yd. breast: Gardner (R) 1:10.2 (record); 2nd Lenker, (R); Srd DeSalvo (B). Free Relay Redlands (Battersby, Beasley, Kackley, Huffaker). CLASS B .y^ Redlands 48, Fontana J9 Medley Relay: Redlands (Williams, Treadway, Melcher, McCracken). ! 200 yd. free: 1st Williams 2:23.9. i SO yd. free: 1st McCrack: en 26.7. j Ind. med: 2nd McMichael. 100 yd. butterfly: 1st Melcher 1:06.7, 100 yd. free: 1st McCracken 1:00.6; 3rd McMichael. 100 yd. back; 1st Melcher 1: 07.0. 100 yd. breast: 1st Treadway 1:16.7. Free Relay: Redlands (WU liams. Fisher, Treadway, Mc Michael) CLASS C Redlands 27, Fontana 50 200 yd. free: 2nd Davenport. 50 yd. free: 1st Acheson 26.9; Srd Sooy. Ind. Med: 2nd Bruckart. 50 yd. butterfly: 1st McGow an 30.0. 100 yd. free: 1st Acheson 1: 00.5; Srd Davenport 50 yd. back: 3rd Burgess. 50 yd. breast: 2nd Bruckart Dodgers pound Jay for 13 hits, 10 runs TAMPA, Fla. (UPD- The Los Angeles Dodgers pounded Joey Jay for 13 hits and 10 runs Friday and today faced another Cincinnati Red hurler who is looking for a comeback season. Bob Purkey. Both Cincinnati pitchers, big winners in 1962. had troubles last year. Jay had a 7-18 record and Purkey a 6-10 record last year. The Dodgers were heartened Friday by Don Drysdale's nine- inning performance (the first Franken on mound Terriers defeat Tigers in 1-0 thrill game full game pitched by a Dodger this spring) and Frank Howard's platework. Howard made his first start in right field for the Dodgers, getting two singles, a walk, a safety on an error, and hitting into a double play. Arie Franken pitched a three liit nine inning shut out yesterday as coach Joe Demaggio's Terrier varsity baseballers edged the Chaffey Tigers 1-0 on a two out single with runners on first and second by pinch- hitter Ron Garcia in the last of the ninth inning. Franken had a no-hitter for the first five innings. Redlands could manage only five hits in the tense contest Franken fanned eight and walked six for the victory. He and catcher Gordie Campbell each picked cff a Tiger runner off base. Growther singled in the ninth, his second hit of the night, and Franken followed suit to put runners on first and second. Ron Garcia, a pinch bitter, then unload^ a single to send Crowther scampering home with the win for the Terriers. Redlands committed only one error in the defensive duel. Chaffey AB Brucker cf 4 Somers p-rf 4 Wymore c * Shotts 3b 3 Thompson ss 3 Hargis If 2 Valdez lb 2 Marchant rf 0 Ovitt p 1 Gaylord 2b 1 Totals 24 Redlands AB Lopez 2b 4 Mathews cf 1 Lobaugh lb 3 Bodgers ss 4 Finfrock If 4 Crowther rf 4 Franken p 3 Campbell c 4 Ekema 3b 3 a-Garcia 1 Totals 31 1 a—Singled for Ekema in 9th. Score by innings: Chaffey ....000 000 000-0 3 Redlands ...000 000 001—1 5 Bum break New York Mets in bad luck, lose Willey Tebbetts satisfactory TUCSON, Ariz. (UPI) - The condition of Manager George (Birdie) Tebbetts of the Cleveland Indians continued satisfactory today at St Mary's Hospital where he is under treatment for a heart attack. The 54-year-oId manager has been kept under sedation that he will remain as quiet as possible until he passes the first stages in his recovery, spokesman said. Cleveland publicity man Nate WaUack said Tebbetts had been in some pain for the first two days after suffering the at tack shortly before midnight Wednesday. Attending physicians said Tebbetts probably will be hos pitalized for about six weeks and they said it would take at least two months before he can return to his manager's post Angeis finish their tour TUCSON, Ariz. (UPD-lTie Los Angeles Angels concluded their final exhibition tour of .Arizona today by engaging the Cleveland Indians with Dean Chance scheduled to go the dis tance on the mound. After the game the Angels were to fly back to their Palm BE ALERT AT DUSK Springs training grounds where they will finish out the spring season. Sunday and Monday they nill host the same Indians. Los Angeles was tripped up 3 -2 Friday by the Boston Red Sox in Scottsdale. The narrow decision came on Tony Conigliaro's single through the box in the last of the 12th inning to drive in the winning tally. Foreign showgirls now taxed too RENO, Nev. (UPI) - Paris showgirls and other French entertainers who work in this country will have to start paying U.S. income tax now, ac-i cording to the Internal Revenue Service. IRS District Director Damon Davis said Friday the new policy came after a review of the French-U. S. tax treaty which preriously exempted such entertainers as "bare bosom" show girls and stripteasers who are working under an employment contract TREASURE HOUSE Yoor unused furniture or appliances win find a ready market throat dusified Ads, By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer The team that can least afford it has been hit with the cruelest blow of the spring training season. The New York Mets, who need every good break they can get got a really bad one Friday when star pitcher Carlton Wil ley suffered a broken jaw and was lost to the team indefinitely. Willey. who had pitched 22 consecutive scoreless innings this spring, was hit by a line drive off the bat of rookie Gates Brown in the sixth inning of the Mets' 9-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers. He was taken to St Anthony's Hospital in St Petersburg, Fla., where Dr. Fred C. Nichols wired the jaw shut and said he will be sidelined indefinitely. Giants Whip Indians The San Francisco Giants beat the Cleveland Indians for the ninth consecutive time this spring, 5-3, as Bob Bolin went seven innings and yielded three runs and four hits while striking out five. Orlando Ceped, led the Giants' attack v.ith his fourth and fifth homers of the training season. Willie McCovey also homered for the Giants. Rookie Tony Conigliaro singled home the winning run in the 12th inning to give the Boston Red Sox a 3-2 win over the Los .Angeles Angels. Lee Thomas knocked in both Los Angeles runs, including the ty' ing run in the ninth with a sing le off Dick Radatz. Wes Covington's t^vo-^m fifth inning homer paced the Phila delphia Phillies to a 54 triumph over the Kansas City Athletics. Nelson Mathews and Jim Hughes homered for the Athlet ics. Bob Bailey and Julio Gotayj Cardinals roll over Fontana San Bernardino High School's spikers rolled over host Fon tana yesterday in all three di- \isions. This was the first victory of the season as the Cardinals posted some out standing times. Wendell Peralta turned in the fastest time of the year in CBL by winning the 120 yard high hurdles in 14.6; he also had 19.3 in the 180 lows; however, both his times were wind aided. Austin Pulliams won the 100 in 9.8 and teammate Rich ard Saterfield won the 220 in 21.0, the fastest this year in CBL. New coach LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Dean Brittenham, assistant track coach at the University of Kan sa.s will take over as head track coach at Occidental College July 1 replacing Jim Bush, who has been appointed head brack coach at UCLA where he succeeds Elvis Drake in July. hit homers as the Pittsburgh Pirates whipped the St Louis Cardinals, 12-5, The Pirates conked Lew Burdette for eight runs and 11 hits in three innings. Bob Veale went seven innings for the Pirates, allowing two runs and eight of St Louis' 13 hits. The Los Angeles Dodgers scored seven runs in the fourth inning and downed the Cincinnati Reds, 12-2, to hand the 1961 league champions their ninth straight loss in games with National League rivals. Frank Howard, making his first start in right field for the Dodgers, had two singles in five at bats. Home runs by Vic Power and Don Jlincher paced an 18-hit attack that carried the Minnesota Twins to a 12-3 win over the Milwaukee Braves, who had won 15 of 18 previous games. The Washington Senators shaded the Chicago ^Vhite Sox, 4-3, despite four hits by Jim Landis and the Baltimore Orioles shut out the New York Ya kees, 8-0. behind the two-hit pitching of Dave McNally, Dick Hall and Wes Stock. NEW RECORD — Dick Roth of Santa Clara, Colif., smiles happily offer setting o record in 400 yord medley in National AAU indoor swimming championships at Bartlesviile. Okla.. TI I IJT_ J n * Tliursday. His time: 4.13.2. (UPI Telephoto) California teenagers wrap up AAU session BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (UPI) — California's corps of teenagers plunged into todays WTap- up session of the AAU swimming and diving championships with three American records already sacked away. Santa Clara's Don Scholland- er, a 17-year old high school honor student Friday night joined Roy Saari, 19, of Uie University of Southern California and fellow Santa Clara high The full schedule of events today consists of afternoon qua! ifying and night finals in the 100-yard freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke and butterfly; 500- yard freestyle; 200-yard individual medley; 3 meter diving, and 400-yard medley relay. ScfaoUander crashed the record breaking group by splash-j RHS tennis team edges Chaffey 5-4 The Redlands High School Tennis team eked out a 5-4 decision over host Chaffey in a match that saw Redlands down 3-4 with two matches remaining. Redlands is now 5-0 in league play with two matches remaining in first roujjd competition. 'We were very fortunate to win," stated Terrier Mentor Paul Womack. "The team was down 3-4 with two matches remaining. Rich Jimenez and Steve Newcomer lost their first set Each came back to win. The team victory belongs to them." The Redlands Terrier J.V. team lost its first league match in two years yesterday 7-2 as Greg Hoffman and Jack Van Wieren were the only winners. Coach Womack added. We are looking forward to playing Chaffey on our court next month. Last year we beat them 23-5 at Redlands and IS- • 13 over there.' ' , | Results: .if Varsity j Singles: Vcrdieck won 6-0, 1 6-0; StiTker lost 4-6. 4-6; Grainger lost 6-3, 0-6, 2-6; Jimenez won 2-6, 8-6, 6-1; Newcomer won 2-6, 9-7, 6-3. Doubles: Bohmstedt-Tharaldson lost 1-6, 6-4, 3-6; Wright. Shaw lost 2-6, 3-6. Junior Varsity Singles: Montano lost 5-7, 3-6; Hoffman won 6-2. 6-4; Goldie lost 4-6, 6-2. 4-6; Tumdahl lost U-9, 5-7, 6-8; Van Wieren won 6-1, 6-4. Doubles: Tibbets-Seller lost schooler Dick Roth, 16, in the ing through the 200 -yard free- cSrnJevH^ lift record ring. style in 1:42.6. The time broke ^ i^' '^"'^"^^yHook lost his own previous American record of 1:44.4 set in the 1963 AAU meet. It was the only record broken Friday. Yale's 400 yard relay team and Indiana's 1 meter springboard divers helped loosen the meet's domination by California swimmers. Still, Southern Cat's team total of 44 points easily led second place Indiana's 20. Dodgers-Giants pay-TV ready for fast start studies plan for fight with Rodriguez MIAMI BEACH (UPI) — H welterweight champion Emile Griffith watched television's boxing show Friday night he, may be debating today the wisdom of slugging it out with Luis Rodriguez should all else fail when the two tangle for the tiUe June 12. When Jesse Smith of Philadelphia, a middleweight with some mean punches in his arsenal, tried to salvage Friday night's 10-rounder at the Miami Beach Auditorium by uncorking on Rodriguez, that flat-nosed Cuban retaliated in kind, and then some. Rodriguez won unanimously and apparently only a knockout of the top welterweight contender could have saved the show for Smith, who scaled 157 pounds to 151 for Rodriquez in the nationally televised fight Well ahead on points, Rodriguez was coasting along in the ninth round when Smith cut, loose with a volley of rights and lefts that ratUed off the Cuban's chin. Then Smith got By BILL McCORMICK NEW YORK — (NEA) — Without good atti-acUons, how can you persuade home televi sion sports viewers to pay for what they get now for nothing And without home viewers to pay for them, how are you going to get the good attractions? It's like the old puzzler, "Which came first the chick en or the egg?" "I think we have It licked, said Harold Weissman. assistant director of sports for Subscription Television, Inc. "We have the Dodgers and the Giants and will have about 24, 000 home sets wired for pay in Los Angeles and San Fran Cisco, two of the hottest baseball cities in the country, by the time we are ready to go on the air in July. "And we're not going to hurt the live gate," he added defensively, "there or anywhere else. We're just an extension of the regular box office, and we're going to fatten it, not bleed it to death." STV has a 15-year deal with the world champions and the Giants — hard five-year con tracts with two five-year options. Both clubs own stock and share in the proceeds from the viewers. "We have that other necessary ingredient too — money," continued Weissman. "Last fall we issued $21 million in stock — and it was subscribed in less than a week. An electronics firm and one that specializes in billing are part of our setup, so we are certain to have mechanical facilities." three bard jabs right back and the crowd of 3,126 was on its feet In the lOtii, Rodriguez lined himself up toe-to-toe with Smith and the two banged away at each other for most of the round, wiUi Rodriguez getting off punches that seemed at least the equal of Smith's. The bout ended with the fighters still flailing away. There were no knockdowns. Referee Jimmy Peerless gave the bout to Luis 99-92, Judge Barry Pcarlman scored it 10089 for Rodriguez, and the Cuban won on Judge Bob Eissen- man's card 100-90, STV operates on a litUe electronic gadget about the size of cigar box which has three dials — one for each channel they will use. The gadget can be installed on any home set for $10. After that the subscriber pays $1 a week fori maintenance and approximately general admission cost for each sports event he tunes in. The first 65.000 subscribers in each area win pay caily $5 for installation and the maintenance fee win be waived for 52 weeks for them. STV will telecast home games between the Dodgers and Giants. The clubs are committed to free television on away-from-home games this WALTER O'MALLEY "Think what wa could have made" stallations a month in Los Angeles," said Weissman, "and perhaps 7,500 in San Francisco, because homes are more concentrated. Within 5 years we hope to have two-thirds ol all the homes in the two cities set up on STV." Pros disagree on Sam Snead's ability GREENSBORO, N.C. (UPI)The two most prominent professional golfers in the United States — Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicfclaus — disagreed today over Sam Snsad's ability to maintain the sub-par pace in the $35,000 Greater Greensboro Open (GGO). Snead finished with a par 71 over the blustery Sedgefield Counti-y Club course Friday and , „, „ ^ „ J „ held a record-matching 64 after j Walter OMalley Grand Pan- the first 18 holes Thursday for jandrum of Uie Dodgers agrees ^ second round total of 138. completely vntb the belief that gg i^^les remaining, the home pay television will help, s^^,^ PGA Seniors champ- '^r 'L^f ^^J^^ti fro"! White Sulphur Spring^ r,HL ?f w,. «nr W. Va., held a three-stroke lead Uie listener the whole aspect of ^•^•;.,?,^^.F,'^^^'^ i"^ the game helped build patron- f ^ htUe Billy Dunk of Gosford. age. I also have figures to Austraha. show Uiat free television eUmin- Nicklaus, the defendmg Mas- ated a lot of customers. Since champion from pay-television is only an exten- Columbus, Ohio, held a 139 after sion of the Uve gate, it will carding a two-under-par 69 Fri- help a lot. Think what we could day. He had an eagle, two bird- have made on our three-game ies and two bogies to gain a pennant-deciding series with the stroke on Snead. Cardinals last year." "I think everybody's gomg to O'MaUey was asked if peo- ^atcii said Palmer. Uie big- pie wouldn't visit homes where Sest tournament disappointment STV was installed instead of at- wiUi 145, "unless someone plays tending games at the box of- four days of super golf." fice. Palmer, the PGA's top money "Not for long." answered the «™"er last year, was dejected wily one. "Sooner or later a disgusted Friday after fin. feUow gets tired of being a 's^ing wiUi a 75 which put him host and dishing out hospital- among the 71 pros and 10 ama- ity and free drinks. Then his teurs who qualified for the final friends ciUier have to go to the 36 holes of play today and Sun- j park or get Subscription Tele vision on their own sets." That sounds just like the eariy days of free home tele vision — and Milton Berle. Sam Ben to coach U.S. trock team year. After Uiat there win be nothing on free television. "We can make 5.000 new in- SELU IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads' LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Ener- geUc young Sam Bell, who in 'five years rebuilt the Oregon State University track and field program to make it one of the best in the nation, today was named bead coach of the U.S. men's team in the dual meet against the Soviet Union July 25-26. The 36-year-old Bell's appointment was aonoonced by Glenn Davis, director of the international meet to be held in the Los Angeles Coliseum. At the same time, Davis announced Bell's assistants for the meet, Senon Castillo of Arizona State University and Johnny Gibson. o( Seton Hall University of SouUi Orange, N.J. Davis also announced that Lt CoL Jesse Liscomb, for many years in charge of the Army's track and field team as coach amd manager, will be head manager of the U.S. team for the Russian meet He will be assisted by Jay Jones of Pasadena and Sam Com of Baltimore. CoUetto homers for Bruins By United Press International Jim Colletto slammed a home run with two men aboard in the fifth inning Friday as UCLA squeezed past the University of Southern California 3-2 in a California Intercollegiate Baseball Association game. The Trojans, defending nation' al collegiate champions, scored two runs in the eighth inning. California State at Long Beach battered three Loyola pitchers for 12 hits to root the Lions 16-4 and boost its record to 15-6 for the season. Shortstop Buddy Cimningham slapped two doubles in the first inning as Chapman Colleg scored six runs and went on to a 10-5 Nictory over Pep- perdinc. In other games. WhifUer edged Pasadena 4-3 and Cal Poly of San Luis Obispo beat UC at Santa Barbara 3-2. SELL IT TOMORROW , , With low - cost Classified AdsjSix tennis match. day. 1 "Oh, I don't go along with that" said Nicklaus. "But I don't think anyone with a 75 oa his scorecard will win it." ' Following the leaders, each with 140, came Al Johnston of Canada. Al Geiberger, Larry Mowry and Bob Shave Jr. Each were among the nine golers who split a $400 bonus prize for low rounds of 69 Friday. Next came Dave Marr, winner of the 1962 Azalea Open. wiUi a 141 and 10 others wiUi an even par 142. Snead. whose first round tied the GGO and course record set in 1941 by Byron Nelson, found his flawless iron shots devastated by on-again-off-again winds. 'I bogied two par-3 holes, never had a three and got one five. Now how do you like that?" asked the ageless wonder who has won here an unprecedented seven times. UCLA wins LOS ANGELES (UPI) — UCLA's tennis squad had littie trouble beating Stanford Friday 6% - ZVi in the first Big Six match of the season for tha Bruins. use big winner LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The IJniversity of SouUiem Cahfbr- nia defeated the University of- California 8-1 Friday in a Big

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