Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 7, 1964 · Page 10
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, April 7, 1964
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R«llands Daily faets, lO-Toesilay, Apr. 7,19(4 already Celts counting their loot CINCINNATr, Ohio (UPI)The Boston Celtics won't admit it but they are akeady counting the loot they will earn- about 130,000 — by winning the Eastern Division playoffs in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The Celtics meet the Boyals tonight in the fourth game of the series and need a single victory to ruin Cincinnati's best season. The Royals, runners-up to Boston in the regular season, won the season play 7-5. Some experts thought with the addition of rookie Jerry Lucas, former Ohio State All-America to the Cincinnati club and Bos ton's loss of Bob Cousy could mean the Boyals could go all the way. However the old pros — Boston has won seven consecutive division titles—appeared headed for another crown. Last year they needed seven games to defeat Cincinnati. This year four may be enough. The last time any team swept four straight was in 1939, when Boston trounced Minneapolis in the championships. At this stage the Celtics are probably more worried about St Louis than Cincinnati. The Hawks lead San Francisco in the Western Division playoffs, 2-1, with action resuming Wednesday night in St. Louis. Everyone, however, is not ready to admit Boston will meet the Western Division champs for the NBA title after an easy four games with the Royals. "Don't count the Royals out yet..they're still a great team," said Celtics Coach Red Auerbach in talking about the •Cincinnati club that had defeat ed his team five straight times at Cincinnati Gardens. ' Auerbach admits his team has got "a pretty good chance," but he refused to claim victory. Sunday golfers lose to Bel Air 29-19 Redlandf- Country Club Sonday golf team was knocked out of the Southern California playoffs by Bel Air 29-19 Sunday. Matches were played at the Covina club on a cold day, "We met a hot team on a coW day. Dr. Austin Welch, team captain said, "most of, the matches were decided on the 17th and 18th holes." Dick Oliver and Robert Heim were the leading local team winning six points. J.C. Agajamao pi«senU SO-UP MIDGET CHAMPIONSHIP SUN, April 12-2:30 PJL KWK ml rmdtaktd trade (HUUIGESHOWSniOIDII SAN BERNARDtHO PinMin Jnu USAC HE LIKES THE FIT T-^ TUB M ^A /^(Ee <30BS THE At Empire Bowl: Service Leigue High Game — Carson Kilday, Scotty Gates 216, Series — Bob Bruckart 572. 200 Club — Carson Kilday 216, Scotty Gates 216, Vince Figgins 200, Hank Emerick 200, Ted Klenke 200, Jim White 201. Don Stiers 215, Swen Larson 209, Ellsowrth MiUer 200, Bob Bruckart 200, Lou Vogt 201. Standings: Exchange Club 7549. Optimist Club One WhAm, Elks 70>/3-53',i, YBC 67i ^-56Vi, Redlands Rotary 62 -61',-i, Yucaipa Rotary 60-64, Evening Ki- wam's 55 -69, Jaycees 55 -69, Optimist Club Two 50'/:-73','i, Yucaipa Kiwanis 49'^-74l3. 885 Maiors High Game and Series—Doug Williamson 252, 644. 200 Club — Roman Swantek 210, Al Otterbeck 239, George Lincoln 211, Dick Watson 226, Frank Letzia 216, Bill Lutes 211, Doug Williamson 252, Bob Castmo 223, Bob Phelps 230, Rus Skyberg 202, Jerry Bullock 210, Chuck Dundas 213, Roger Cooley 206, Roland Mason 213, Bill Nottingham 202, Gene Nottingham 242, Herb Buyak 201, Lau Green 200, Ray Mabm 203, Dick Ghehm 205, Ray Perung 202, Huck Houchin 214, Bob Gabbert 218. Standings: CuUigans Soft Water 62V4-27V=, EUs Heating and Air 53t^-36''2, Skyberg Const. 53W-36!i, State Farm Ins 4644, Knights Flying A 45-45, BiU Youngs Service 45-45, Steak- eaters Inn 43Vi-46i4, Jet Music Co. 35-55, Burgeson Heating and Air 34Vi-55Vii, Wallen Pon Uac 31i4-58V4. 800 Hindieip High Game and Series — Bobj Fischer 243, 685. 200 Club — Bob Fischer 243, Fred Bandcl 201, Ken Huffman 206. Standings: Calimesa Pharmacy 32-20, Carini and Marchese 32-20, American Furniture 3l'/i- 20'.-i, Hermans Furniture 26'/4 25H, Jacinto and Son 26-26, Redlands Sanitation 26-26, Gutter Tramps 25-27, Walts Carpet Showroom 2l'/i-30'/i, Cookson and Co. 20-32, United Citrus 19'--i!-32'/i. King Rich Sepulveda defeated Von Horton three strikes to two to become Empire Bowls new King of the Hill. The optional jackpot was captured by Lou .N'ava who totaled 25 strikes for both squads. Donut Betty Wallace and Clint Burson won first in the Donut club doubles with a 1379 series. Tom and Jack Goddard were second with 1363 followed by George and Delores Lincoln with 1342. At Tri City Bowl: Monday Six High Game — Clay Granger 217, Julie Granger 173, Series — Clay Granger 632, Julie Granger, Peggie Bossman 458. 200 Club — Clay Granger 217, Jim Cayzer 205. Standings: HiUview Apts %Vh- ISWi, Team Four 3514-20 '/i, Roys Barber Shop 29-27, Team Five 25-31, Team Six 21-35, Four B's 20-36. Falcons pick coach AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (UPI) 4 The Air Force has named Leland Kendall, former Oklahoma State tackle and line coach at Colgate last year, as their new offensive line coach. Three title holders to see action NEW YORK (UPI) - Three world baxing champions are slated for action this weekend —two for title defenses. Dancing Willie Pastrano of Miami Beach risks his light heavyweight {175-pound) crown Friday night at New Orleans in a nationally televised fight with Argentina's Gregorio Peralta, who whipped Willie in a non title bout. Carlos Ortiz of New York has been forced by the World BoX' ing Association (WBA) to defend his hghtweight (135-pouDd) championship in a "rubber match" with southpaw Kenny Lane at San Juan, P.R., Saturday night. Each scored a victory in their two previous bouts outside tlie division. Sandro JIazzmghi of Italy, junior middleweight (154- pound) champion, meets Hilario Morales of Mexico at Slilan, Italy, Sunday night This non- title fight will be Mazzinghi's first ring appearance since the automobile accident three months ago in which he was injured and his bride of 10 days was killed. U.R. plays ot Oxy tomorrow University of Redlands base ball squad travels to meet Occidental tomorrow in a SCIAC clash on the Oxy diamond at 3 p.m. Coach Paul Taylor's Bulldogs return home for a doubleheader against Cal Tech Saturday starting at 1 p.m. on the UR field. CurrenUy the UR nine is 1-1 in conference stand- mgs having split their opening double header against Pomona Sagehens. THE DEPENDABLES: SUCCESS CARS OF '64 1 We have designs to get you in our power Our engineers are a wily group of guys who spend most of their time dreaming ap ways to win your approval. Take the Dodge Polara 500. You'd be bard-pressed to find a car that's got more going for you. Deeply-padded, contour-formed bucket seals. All-vinyl upholstery. Sill-to-siB carpeting. Padded dash. Center console. And lots of other trimmings. But thaf s only the half of It. Perhaps our approacJi to power will further illustrate the poinL With the Polara 500 you aren't baked in on a certain engine. Yoo can choose from a standard 318 cu. in. V8 up to a street-version of our walloping, all-out 426 cu. in. Ramcharger V8. Compromise? Nope. WB just feel that a freedom of cfioice is the surest road to your approval Thaf s our way of doing business—giving you lots of car and lots of satisfaction at a price thafs hard to quarrel with. Your Dodge Dealer will be glad to demonstrate the point 'fi4 Dodge CHRYSLER Our Golden Anniversary is your golden opportunity! Come in and see The Dependables! VAN DORIN MOTOR CO. 1617 Wcsf Redlands Blvd. Redlands —— SEE "THE BOB HOPE SHOW," NBC-TV. CHECK TOUR LOCAL USTING. ——^—— Rain will help Jack Nicklaus AUGUSTA. Ga. (UPI) — Defending champion Jack NJck-, laus had his favorite's role for the Masters golf toamamentl enhanced today aftor heavy rain turned the Augusta National into a natural course for the long-ball hitter. It was the general consensus that Nicklaus, already figured a pretty good bet to become the first to ever .win two Masters back-to-back, had the most to gain from the soggy fairways and greens. Cary Middlecoff, the dentist who won here in 1955, explained that the National has always favored the power hitter and the added handicap of weather would make it that much more difficult for others to catch the burly muscle man from Cohimbus, Ohio. Nicklaus liked his own chances. "I'm playing better now than I was going into last year's Masters," the blond, 24- year-old belter said. 'I've been playing pretty good the past five tournaments and I really feel I have a chance to repeat here." The man most think has the best chance of battling Nicklaus is three-time champion Arnold Palmer. Gary Player, 1961 champion and rated a solid contender himself, said Palmer has actually played much better than most people realize. "Amie hasn't won a tournament this year, that's true, but he's been pretty high up the list each time. 'I've got a feeling about Arnie. This is his type of course and he's about due to break loose." Player isn't too sure about his own chances. He is bothered by a throat infection and plans to have his tonsils out as soon as the tournament ends. Palmer, who won here in 1958, 1960 and 1962, shot four great practice rounds prior to last year's Masters, then broke par only one day while ending up ninth, five strokes off Nicklaus' pace in the tournament The entry list for the Masters scheduled to run Thursday through Sunday, was completed Monday when Don Fairfield of Perdido Bay, Fla., and Gay Brewer Jr., of Dallas won the last two places by establishing the best winter circuit playing records among golfers not already on the invitation list WHITE HUNTER — Tony Archer, Nairobi white hunter, visited Jim Sloan here over the week end and inspected his game room — one of the finest in the west. Here fhey ore shown with a klipspringer which Sloan, accompanied by Archer, shot in the mountains of Kenya. Machen hopes for title shot LOS ANGELES (UPI) - An aggressive Eddie Machen hoped today that his new style of fighting would pay off with a shot at heavyweight champion Cassius Clay after he defeats Floyd Patterson in Sweden this summer. And there was no doubt in Machen's mmd that he will beat Patterson. He told a press conference Monday when the bout definitely was announced that he intended to win. New golf pro SAN GABRIEL (UPI) -Paul McGuire, head golf professional at Bellerive Country Club. St Louis, Monday waf named head pro at San Gabriel Country Qub. McGuire, 35, succeeds Len Kennett, who resigned to become the pro at the new Los Angeles County course in Falos Verdes. ENGLAND RETAINS CUP AMSTERDAM (UPI) - England became the first team in the 17-ycar history of the tournament to score two consecutive victories Sunday when it defeated Spain, 4-0, to retain the European Football Association's Junior Cup before a crowd of 12,000. SELL IT TOMORROW With low • cost Classified Ads Kenya hunfing conditions still good says Archer "Come back to Kenya for big game hunting. "And don't believe those frightening stories about what has happened since Kenya be came independent They just aren't so." That's the word from Tony Archer. He represents Ker Downey and Salby Safaris of Nairobi, the biggest hunting firm in the world. (They take out about 80 safaris a year.) As you know, Kenya be came independent last December 12," he says. "The average newspaper reader over here in America is under the impression that in East Africa there is a lot of bloodshed and msecurity. People fear what might happen to them if they went over there. "I have come over here to put people straight I have been in the States ten days and have addressed two meetings of hunters, at San Jose and at San Francisco. They were de lighted to know that things were very much as they were before. 'The law has never been better enforced than it is at the moment. There are some changes ia hunting license fees this year, but they pertain to game conditions — not to poUtics. "Two large hotels, which were placed under construction before independence, are going ahead as hard as they can. Much revenue in Kenya is from tourism. You are not going to get a decent type of'tourist un-j less he can have good accomo­ dations and food." James Sloan, the white hunter's host here, has been on three African safaris, starting with Mr. Archer in 1957. Next January Mr, Sloan is going to Cniad, on the Sahara Desert This hunt will be in French Equatorial Africa and a French hunter will be in charge. But Mr. Archer will accompany Mr. Sloan as a huntmg com panion. While in Redlands Mr. Archer also called on Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hammer and saw their trophy room in their home at 1325 West Highland avenue. iR OR BETTE ^i ^5 !?^i*a885 ^By JUUUS BOROS\<^/ ''^^'^^•^^^DrOPEN CHAMPION ^ Custom Quality Ironing SHIRTS only -40c each WITH DRY CLEANING ORDER 35c each WITH DRY CLEANING AND FLUFF DRY FAMILY BUNDLE 30c each Ask About Our free m CerfWe Offer Dutch Girl Laundry & Dry Cleaning Service 1123 Orange sr. Redlands 792-3630 Pickup and Delivery at Early as 7:30 A. M. 2T — CLUB DOWN Newspaper Enterprise Assn. The backswing under control you must get the club down. Pause briefly and start the club back down in the same plane in which it came up. You will feel your weight begm to shift to the left As your wrists uncoil, your hands and arms will come straight through. The body will follow the natural turn to the left You will begin to get the feel of the swing as you practice, There's still no need to use the ball until you have your entire swing pattern established for this medium iron. Once you are satisfied with this much of your swing place the ball off your left heel and let the club start some contact work. Don't force the club now that you have a ball to hit Just swing the club in the same pattern at the same tempo. The clubhead will get the ball up m the air for you. Don't rush your shot Timing and rhytam furnish the answer. As you contact the ball, your clubhead automatically follows the ball. This is the beginning of your follow through. This is as important to your swing pat tern as your backswing. When your club is mately halfway mto your follow through, your head will begin to come up and your eyes will pick out the flight of the ball. Let the head come up naturally. Don't attempt to bring it up or you will develop a horrible habit of "peeking." (From the book, "P«r Goll or Better" by JuUtu Boros. Copyright by Prentice-HaU, Inc.. Englewood CUib, N.JJ TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. WHEN cinb is approzi mately balfway through follow tiiroQgli, the head ffiU begin to come np. Tebbetts is improving TUCSON, Ariz. (UPI)—George (Birdie) Tebbetts, 54-year-old manager of the Cleveland Indians, continued his steady improvement today from a heart attack suffered last Wednesday, according to a spokesman for St Mary's Hospital. Tebbetts, who was stricken at his motel room here, remained in satisfactory condition. Drivers enter 500 INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. (UPI) [—Three drivers, Jim Hiirtubise and Bud Tingelsta, both veterans, and rookies Johnny White have joined the ranks of entrants for the SOO-mile Speedway auto race. WHO NOSE?—From his gesture, big Frank Howard of the Los Angeles Dodgers, who hits a mile when he connects squarely, seems to be ex^jlaining that he intends to hit the ball ri^t oa the nose this season.

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