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Vll Thunderbirds blast away ta 84 victory Yucaipa High Tbunderbird» blasted tbur way to a 8-4 vris over visiting San Jacinto in a non-league baseball same yesterday. For coach Don Gilford's Thunderbirds it was their lOtb win asainst a lone bss in pre season games. Friday the T-Birds travel to meet Beaumont in the final contest before Desert Valley League play opens on Tuesday against Twentynine Palms. In yesterdays win Dennis Lannen drove in two runs in bii varsity debut and Dennis Hare retired every batter he faced after coming on in the sixth inning to give Yucaipa the victory. The Victors plcsed up three runs In the fifth when Tim Wad* shigled, Dennis Hare walked, Lannon singled, Bill Giants launch their final spring swing ! FBESNO, Calif. (UPI) - The San Francisco Giants launch their final exhibition swing thnmgb central California today prior to next Tuesday's National Leagua opener against Milwau kee. Tbt Giants take on Cleveland bara and again in Modesto, StocktiHi and Sacramento. San Frandtco's final exhibition effort win be against Santa Clara, possibly the nation's top collet' ata Bine. San Francisco compiled a 21-7 Cactus League spring mark vrtille shelling the ball at better than a 340 clip in Arizona. The Giants are 9-0 against the Indi' ans. Manager Alvin Dark named a pitching rotation for this week which indicates much of his plans for the season. Lefty Billy O'DeU goes today. Juan Uatichal In Afodesto, Jack Sanford in Stockton, and southpaw Bob Hendley in Sacramento. Bobby Bolin will be one of several pitchers who works Sunday. It all sets up Marichal for Tuesday's opener against the great Braves left-hander Warren Spahn. Sanford, O'Dell, Hendley and Bolin are ready to go in (hat order next and then it will bt back to Marichal again. Soma of the Giants' batting marts this spring are astronomical coming into today's game. Orlando Cepeda, fielding a big 40-ouBce bat, is belting .438 with 26 runs batted in and six homers. Willie Mays is at .411 with 15 rbi's and three homers, and Willie McCovey is belting ,391 with two homers. Jesus AIou is hitting .388, Matty Alou .359, Chuck HiUer .358, Jim Ray Hart .351. Jimmy Davenport .326 and Tom Haller .320. Davenport's average in' eludes seven triples. Herklerath singled and on an error. Four more runs were added in the sixth when McDeraott smgled, Maynard Lewis singled. Hare and Lannon smashed out back to back doubles and wild pitch scored Lews. San Jacinto (4) AB R. S. Ruiz, cf 2 1 Drinkhoi, ct o 0 Molino, p 1 0 Morris, p 1 0 Rodriguez. 3b 3 0 Ruiz, rf 3 0 Crow, c 3 1 a-DeSoto 1 0 Sflvas, lb 1 1 Lachappa, 2b 2 1 Gray, ss 3 0 Dink. U 2 0 H. 0! 0 0 0 1 oi 1 0 0 1 1 0 Totals 21 4 a—Struck out for Crow in 7th. Yucaipa (8) AB B. H. McDermott, ss 2 2 1 Hoechlin, lb 2 0 0 Dean. If 3 1 0 Wade, c 1 1 1 Uwis. c 1 1 1 Hare, 3b, p 3 1 I Lannon, rf 2 1 2 Herklerath, cf 3 1 1 Chiappone, 2b 2 0 0 Rainbow, p 3 0 0 Selby. 3b 0 0 0 Totals 22 « 7 San Jacinto ..020 Oil 0-4 4 4 Yucaipa 001034 x-« T 2 Molino. Morris (6), and Crow; Rainbow. Hare (6), and Wad«, Lewis. WP-Hare (4-0), LP-| Molino. SHALL WE DANCE? Agajanianto show race on closed circuit TV All-California final for first time By Unltad Prats Intamatienal The \7estem Hockey League presents an all-Califbmia final playoff series for the first time hi its history Wednesday night when San Francisco plays at Los Angeles. The Blades finished in third place and the Seals fourth in regular season play so the Los Angeles team has the advantage of opening the best of seven Lester PaMck Cup series in the Sports Arena at Los Angeles. The Seals upset the Portland Buckaroos four games to one and the Blades also ignored the form sheet in bouncing Denver in six games in semi-finals action. Playoff statistics released by the leagua after the semi-finals showed that the Blades' Leo Labine dominated play with five goals and seven assists for a total of 12 points in six games, Labine's two points per game' average includes one gama-win- ning goal, one overfim* goal, one first goal of the game, one game-wionisg assist, one hat trick and two goals scored with man advantage. Labine's teammate, center Norm Johnson, tied for second with Ed Panagabko of the Seals. Both players have 8 points. Striped Seersucker Jumper Ganttanors Its own taimitabla fit, flair and styling into cotton seersucker. Result: an exciting new expression has been added to this superij warm weather cotton fabric. Relax handsomely this summer in a Gant Seersuciter. ^jj^^ 308 Oran^t Strtcf, Rtdfands OPEN FRI. NITES TIL 9 - SiH GREEN STAMPS J. C. Agajaniaa announced to day, that in conjunction with MCA TV, ha wiU present the first closed circuit telecast of the Indianapolis 500-mile race on Saturday morning. May 30, at tha Sporti Arena in Los An geles and five other cities in California. Dick Graff, in charge of sales for the event, reports that a minimum o£ 12 cameras will catch all the thrills and action of America's praroier auto race. This will Include tha ac tion in the pits, gasoline alley, victory lane as well as the pre-j race color. Graff said "We are pleased that ilr. Agajanian is jointog us in this initia] closed circuit telecast of America's most famous auto race. It seems only logical that he should present the 500-miler, of which he is such an integral part, in the Sports Arena, the hall with the largest seating capacity in Cal- Uomia." Much interest in this year's race is centered around the expected battle between the new rear engine Offenhausers and Fords and the front engine Offy roadsters. Agajanian has entered both a rear engine Offy and front engine Offy for Par- nclli Jones, winner of last year's Memorial Day Classic. Four projectors will show the action, which gets underway at 8:40 a.m. with the pre-race col or. The race starts at 9 a.m. Tickets will be priced at $5, $6, and $T. Mail orders can be sent to tha IndianapoUs "500" Telecast, care of Sports Arena, 3939 S. Figueroa, Los Angeles 37. All orders must include stamped self-addressed return envelopes. Agajanian, whose cars won the 1952 and '63 Memorial Day Classic, is also presenting closed circuit telecasts of the '500" in Sv]nz Auditorhim, San Bematdino; Bust Auditorium, San Diego; and tha Civic Auditoriums in Bakersfleld, Fresno and Stockton. LA. edges Cleveland PALM SPRINGS, CsUf. (UPI) —The Los Angeles Angels edged the aeveland Indians, 3-2, on an unearned run in the eighth inning Tuesday. The Angels met their Hawaii farm club today at Indio. They play the Islanders again Thurs day and then meet tha Los Angeles Dodgers Saturday and Sunday in Los Angeles. In Tuesday's game, both the Angels and the Indians collected eight hits. Tba game was decided in the eighth when Indian second baseman Larry Brown errored on Jim Fregosi'a groood balL Fregosi stole second and romped home on Lc« Tluraas' siogia oft losing pitcher Ttd Abeioathy. Tha Aagfjs bad scored one run each in the second and third. The Indians evened the score at 2-2 in the sixth when Dick Bowser and Brown singled and Leon Wagner blasted a triple off Dean Chance. Barry Latman replaced Chance on the mound with no outs and left Wagner stranded at third. LA. team out to turn back Chicago Hawks The Los' Angeles Thunder birds try to turn back the challenge of the rugged Chicago Hawks when they clash at the Orange Show's Swing Auditorium Friday in a National Roller League battle at 8:30 p.m. The Hawks could move into a tie for first with the T-Birds by winning the San Bemar dino contest, should the Detroit Devils lose their game the same night As an added attraction, Georgeanna Kemp will stage a freshman game between prize rookies of her San Bernardino Training School during halftime. Chicago's lineup, coached by Jess Adams, has Danny Fuentes, Roy Brewer, Tom Baffety, BlU Gatchell, Jim Trotter and Lou Proto on the men's team; Capt Helen IJska. Rosalie BardweU, Bev Tdxeira, Lydia Rodriguez. Sylvia Viramontes and Bonnie Nelson on the women's. George Copeland coaches the T-Birds, with Raph Valladarez Trout plont in local waters Tha Department of Fish and Game has scheduled the stock' ing of catchable-size rainbow' trout this week in the following San Bernardino County lakes and streams: Lake Arrowhead, Big Bear Lake. Green Valley Lake, Lake Gregory, Little Bear Creek, MiU Creek, Miller Canyon creek. Rainbow lake, Santa Ana River. Rtidlands Daily Facts Wed., April 8,19M - 15 Terriers qualify in Upland invitational lo « four-hour "swiroathon Terrier Swimmers qualified aOl varsity participants ia the aa nual Upland Invitational Swim meet held yesterday at Upland iHigb. Finals will b« held SatuT' day April 11 beginning with diving at 12 noon and swimming events at 2 p.m. in the High' landers pool. From preliminary results, Redlands High rates only an outside chance of dethroning] Glendora High, a recent CIF powerhouse in swimming, according to Coach Ron Stutt At this point only eight points separate the two teams based on yesterday's results. Varsity swimmers Jim Card ner an4 Bill Brandenberger set new meet records with a 23.6 Dodgers split squad for pair of games VBRO BEACH, Fla. (UPD- The Los Angeles Dodgers split their squad for a pair of games today, with Johnny Podres facing the Pittsburgh Pirates at Ft Myers, and Pete Bichert drawing mound duties against the Phfladelphia FhilUes at Clearwater. The New York Yankees edged the Dodgers 4-3 Tuesday in the third and final game of their Grapeftuit League series, giving the Bombers the edge in the series. The Yanks tapped 12 hits, including a decisive seventh- inning double by Harry Bright GETS COACHING J0» SANTA CRUZ. Calif. (UPI)Cabrillo College has named Hat D. Mitchell, former head foot ball coach at Brigham Young University, as its baseball coach. BOUT POSTPONED LONDON (UPI) - The Terryl Downes-Ed Zaremba middleweight bout scheduled for| April 14, has been called off by promoter Harry Lcvene. and Terri Lynch serving as the captains. Carmen Gomez of Colton is one of the T-Bnti skaters. Tickets are available at tha Swing boxoffice. who replaced Mickey Mantle in the fourth inning. Nick Willhite, who followed Don Drysdale to tha mound in the fourth and gave up two runs and four hits in two in nings, was the loser. Whitey Ford pitched three scoreless innings for the Yanks before giving way to Hal Reniff in the fourth. Reniff picked up the win. Elston Howard started off the Yanks' seventh with a pinch-hit double but was thrown out at the plate after Tony Kubek smgled and Pedro Gonzales was safe on the fielder's choice. With two out Bright doubled to left-center, scoring two runs and &mg tha Yanks a 4-2 lead. The Dodgers added a third run in the bottom of the seventh when Willie Davis blasted a double and then scored on Wally Moon's single. •50 yard Free time, and S6.0 ioo-yard Butterfly time. While Glendora easily woo the Medley Belay with the Terriers second, the BHS Four man free team touched out the Glendora team by one tenth of a second in the concluding event. Joining Gardner in the 50- yard Free will be Dean Kackley who qualified with a 23.8 time. Medley relay members swimming Saturday will be Mike Patella, back; John Lenker, breast; Bill Brandenberger, Fly and Bon Battersby. free. Kackley and Battersby also qualified in the 100 yd. Free in 5th and 6th positions. Garth Huffaker was another 3-time qualifier as he placed 5th in the Individual Medley and 2nd in the 100 yd. back with time cf 1:02.6. Mike Patella will join him in this event placing 4th. Brandenberger also qualified in sixth spot in the In dividual Medley. Breaststroke Jim Gardner joined other Terrier qualifiers in the lOO yd. breast in 1:10.9. Gardner joined with Battersby, Kackley, and Huffaker for the Four Man Free Relay. Divers Steve Smith and Rusty Davenport will compete in prelims, and finals Saturday noon. Dave Scott led the way for the Terrier "C" swimmers with an R.H.S. record-breaking 2:00.4 time in the 200 yd. Free. Scott joined with Bob Bruckart, Flip' McGowan. and Don Acheson to erase the "C" mark in the Medley Relay and qualify in 6th position. The junior swimmer for BJI.S. also re-wrote the record book for Badlands as he w a s timed in 1:06.5 in tha 100 yd. In dividual medley for a third place. Don Acheson qualified 5th in be "C" 50 yd. free, and Mc Gowan in the SO yd. fly. Steve Melcher was the lone "B" swimmer to qualify as he placed in the loo yd. fly and the 100 yd. backstroke. The Redlands "C" four man relay Trojan gelfm win LOS ANGELES (UPI) —The University of Southern Califor nia won its eleventh straight golf match Monday by defeat ing UCLA 46-81 at the Bel Ail Country Club course. SCHLINKMAN HIRED ST. LOUIS (UPI) - Walt Schlinkman, former assistant coach with Houston of the American Football League, has been hired in the same capacity by the St. Louis football Cardinals. Chuck msd of Rusty Davenport. Burgess, Flp McGowan, Dave Sooy, altfaoogb mt qualifying, set a new R.H.S. nark of 1:59.2. With Redlands schools on vacation this week, the Terrier mermen will return to school [next week to compete in tha C.B.L. preliminaries set for Fontana High on Wednesday, April 15 and ths finals slated for Saturday afternoon, April IStli at Cutter pool in Riverside. Two geese proposed for hunters Waterfowl hunters along tlia California share of the Cotera' do River next season may bt allowed to take two Canada geese, same as the limit oa tht Arizona side, as a result of action taken by tha Colorado River Wildlife Management C e m- mittee last week at its meefins in Las Vegas. Officials of the Califbnua and Arizona fish and gama depart-. ments at the meeting discussed the current conflicts in bag limits on Canada geese on tbtir respective sides of the river. As the rules now stand, hantera on the Arizona side are allowed two geese but hunters oa the- California side may take only one. It was agreed that tha twe goose limit would be dcsfrable on both sides of the river, and would not endanger the Great Basm Canada GooM popqlation. The Committee, therefore, moved to ask the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service to auttor- ize the change in time for next waterfowl bunting seaioa. California DFG offidalt «!!- pbasized that the new limit would be confined to Ceto- rado River Area and would not extend into the Saltoa Sea-Imperial Valley area. Aa appro- . priate boundary already exists- SO-UP USAC MIDGET CHAMFIONSHIP SON. Afrt 12-238 PJL OMNGESROITCTiUNIM SAN BERNAROfNO TRCATMINT KHIDULID ST. PETERSBintG. Fla. (UPI) — Outfielder Frank Thomas has been sent back to New York for fiirther treatment of his ailing left shoulder. Ttiomas who has been out of action for about a week, injured his abooUer reaching far| a Ime drive while playing third] base March 23. (i GOOD^I^EAR SAVE *24»» DURING SPECIAL SPRING BONUS COUPON DAYS REMEMBER — YOU CAN TAKE UP TO 12 MONTHS TO HAVE ANY OR ALL THIS WORK DONE FOR THIS LOW PRICE. BUT COUPON BOOKLH AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE ONLY DURING THE MONTH OF APRIU 19M. USE YOUR "INSTANT CREDIT' AT e • GOOD/YEAR SERVICE f STORE 112 W. STATE ST. Ptonty of Fra* Poriifiiq 793-2935 J

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