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Redlands Daily Fatts 10 -Wed, April IS. I9H Claremont defeats U. R. team 15-10 Surging to a 11-1 lead Claremont-Mudd Stags held on for a 15-10 win over the University of Redlands baseballers yesterday on the Bulldog diamond. It was the third loss in six starts for the UR diamond squad. Saturday the UR team travels to meet Cal Western in a non- league game at the San Diego Marine base at 1 p.m. Coach Paul Taylor's Bulldogs return to SCIAC action Tuesday when they host arch-rival Whittier at 3 p.m. on the UR diamond. Lefty Pat NuUin started for the Stags and fanned eight of the UR swingers as he gained the win. Muffin weakened in the ninth when he had a" 15-3 lead. The Bulldogs made a run for the win in the final inning when they came up with seven nms. Catcher John -Aloore blasted out a two run homer and singled twice while Don Slawson hit a three run triple. Coach Taylor pulled sopho more star Jim Hogan after one inning when the Bulldog starter developed arm trouble. Claremont AB Burton rf 6 Carlson c 6 Evans ss 6 Johnson lb 5 Kennedy cf 5 Perry 2b 3 ArkeU 3b 4 Iverson If 5 Mullin p 5 Crouches p 0 R. H. 1 1 Totals Redlands AB Hart U 4 Valentine If 2 Shelion cf 3 HoUoweU cf 0 Dickey rf 4 Moore c 5 Cortez 3b 2 Acres ss 3 Slawson ss 2 Townsend lb 1 Charles ph 1 Lynch ph 1 Wegner 2b 4 Wright 2b 1 Hogan p 0 Bruns p 1 Sherman p 2 Escobar rf 2 .45 15 18 B. H. 0 Totals 38 10 Score by innings: Claremont. 340 403 100-15 18 1 Redlands .. 000 012 007—10 U 2 Blades facing oblivion LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Los Aflgeles Blades faced ob livion as they prepared for to night's fifth Western Hockey League playoff encounter at the Sports Arena against San Fran Cisco. Len (The Comet) Haley broke up a thriller-diller at the Cow Palace Tuesday night when he fired in the winning goal after 15:34 of ovfertime to give the Seals a 5-4 decision over the Blades and a bard-to-beat 3-1 lead in their series. Even if the Blades can win on their home ice, they would then face a sixth game Friday back in the Cow Palace where the Seals have proven tough to beat in recent weeks. The Seals' win Tuesday night nullified a gallant Los Angeles comeback. San Francisco led it 3-2 after one period and 4-2 after two. In that second period, Bobby Perreault was only called pn to make bvo stops in the Seals goaL But the Blades got then: of fense in gear in the third stanza as Norm Johnson hit one at 6:17 and Stan MaxweU knoUed the count at 14:24 on a 15-foot rebound as the Seals were short one man because of penalties. Maxwell's blast hit Perreault on the jaw and the game was halted for a brief time in order to give the San Francisco net- minder a chance to recuperate. Perreault showed he was fit by blocking four shots during the lengthy overtime stanza, while Blades rookie Jack Norris stopped six before Haley came out of a scramble at the net and drove it around Norris. Haley had an earlier goal for the Seals and Tom Tburlby also had a pair for San Francisco. Eddie Panagabko, leading Seals scorer in playoff action, added the fifth Seal tally. Other scores for Los Angeles included Marc Boileau and Leo Labine. Norris had 30 saves and Perreault 22. FIghr gnnounced BOSTON (UPI) Sam Silverman Tuesday that Tom McNeeley Mass., and Don Paul, Minn., will round bout at the April 25. Terriers' title bid liits snag, lose meet Redlands High Terriers bid for a second straight Citrus Belt League track and field title ran into a snag yesterday when San Bernardino's host Cardinals scored a 57-47 win over the K- HS runners. The meet went down to the 880 yard relay where a Terrier win would have tied things up but the Cards foursome turned in a blistering 1:28 for the win. Coach Biil Cunning ham's RHS team is now 4-1 in CBL standmgs. Wins over Fontana and Riverside in the final two meets would give the Terriers a tie for the league title. Speedster Roger Cox doubled for Redlands with wins in both the 100 and the 220. Cox turned in a 9.8 time for the 100 and clipped off the furlong in 21.5 to defeat the Cardinal twosome of Austin PuUiams and Richard SaterCeld. The hurdles proved the Terriers weak point with ace tim ber topper Steve HuffstuUer out with a leg injury. San Bernardino swept the 120 yard high hurdles and gained the first two spots in the lows. Sprinter Dennis Gidunib turn ed in a fine performance in the 440 for Redlands winning in 51.2. Redlands swept the shotput with Mike Baker winning at 50-914. Rick Orton took second followed by Dave Peterman. The Cardinals made it a clean sweep by winning the B division 52i4-40V4, and the C class 43 2-3 to 41 1-3. Saturday the Terriers win be entered in the annual Riverside "SCARES At Empire Bowl: City of Hope High Game and Series — Dot Mullenix 215, 539. Standings: Her Sfajesty 71-33, Van Wieren 62-42, Emerich and McDoweU 58-46, Hals Liquor 55 49, Smiths Union 51V4-52i4. Levines 50V2-53V4, PCA 50-54, L and B Supply 46V4-57%, Shawver SheU 45-49, Shirtcliff Construction 33V4-70V4. Ladies Scratch Trio High Game - EUie EU 216, Series — Merriam Loeffler 703. 200 Club — Tem Goddard 203, Sue Barnes 201, EUie Ell 216, Ann Gabbert 211. Standings: Sedgwick 74-50, Jim Glaze 69-55, Steak Eaters 65V4-5814, McCartneys 64-60, Di- Carlas 56V4-67VS, Tenax Town 43 81. City Ltagua High Game — Marion Burk 245, Series — Hal Bliss 586. 200 Club — Von Horton 216, Marion Burk 245, Don Reiser 224, Hal Bliss 214, Lloyd Snow 204. Doublet Al Wells and Cola Mahle won first place in the Empire Bowls mixed doubles with a 1187 total Andy Scherrer and Welda Means were second with 1179. Everett Jfay and Lucille Mid dleton rolled up a 1168 series for third and Bill Kidwell and Sue Barnes were fourth with U53. Bowltr Robin White won the bowler of the month honors in the mens division with games of 182, ISO, 227, 193 for a 866 series. Vi Huisken took the honors in the womens division with a 815 series on games of 133, 206, 191, 181. STANDINGS American Leagu* W L Pet. GB Los Angeles 1 0 1.000 Baltimore 1 0 1.000 Detroit 1 0 1.000 Minnesota 1 0 1.000 New York 0 0 .000 li Boston 0 0 .000 Chicago 0 1 .000 l" Kansas City 0 1 .000 1 Cleveland 0 1 .000 1 Washington 0 1 .000 1 Tuesday's Results Boston at New York, ppd., rain Baltimore 5 Chicago 3 Detroit 7 Kansas City 3 Minnesota 7 Cleveland 6 (Only gamse scheduled) Thursday's Games Baltimore at Chicago Minnesota at Washington Boston at New York (Only games scheduled) Nafienti Leagu* W L PcKGB Houston Chicago San Francisco PhUadelphia Los Angeles St Louis New York Pittsburgh Milwaukee Cincinnati 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 — Promoter announced heav^-weights of Arlington, Quinn of St meet in a 10- Boston Arena Tuesday's Results (Siicago 8 Pittsburgh 4, 10 ins San Francisco 8 Mflwaukee 4 Phila 5 New York 3, night Los Angeles 4 St Louis 0, night (Only games scheduled) Thursday's Games Milwaukee at Houston, night Cindnnati at Los Angeles, night St Louis at San Francisco (Only games scheduled) SELL IT TOMORROW With low • cost (Sassified Adsi |Spike-0-Rama at Riverside Poly. VARSITY 120 HH — W. Kmg (S), M. WiUiams (S), C. Williams (S), 14.7. 100 — Ctox (R), PulUams (S), Saterfield (S), 9.8. 440 — Gidcumb (R), J. Eng (S), Hahn (R), 51.2. 880 — Edwards (R), Soulek (R), Hicks (R), 2:05.9. 180 LH — Denmon (S), W. King (S), Wimbley (R), 19.7. 220 — Cox (R), Pulliams (S), Saterfield (S), 21.5. Mile — Rawlings (R), Law (S), Perry (R), 4:34.8. 880 relay — SBHS (Pulliams, Highland, Kresge, Saterfield), 1:28.1. Pole vault — Haleman (S), M. WiUiams (S). Rogers (R), 12-1. High jump — M. WiUiams (S), BuUer (R), Wheeler (R), 6-0. Shot put — Baker (R), Orton, (R), Peterman (R), 50-9H. Long jump — Inghram (S), W. King (S), Johnson (R), 21-3. Final score: SBHS 57, R e d- lands 47. CLASS B 70 HH — Delgado (R). 9.2; 100— J. L. Jones (S), 10.3; 660 — Weis (R), 1:32.4; 120 LH —Weaver (R), 13.7; 220 — J. L. Jones (S), 21.1; 1320 — Harrison (R), 3:30.3; 660 relay -SB- HS (J. L. Jones, Gray, White, Garcia), 1:10.3; PV — Boone (S), 9-1; H — J. Jones (S), 5-6; SP — Cross (R), 46-6M:; LJ — White (S), 19-5%. Final score: SBHS 52M, Redlands 40Vi. CLASS C 100 — White (S); 10.6; 660- Higgms (S), 1:34.8; 120 LH — White (S), 14.1; 180 — McGee (R), 19.6; 1320 — Pine (S), 3: 6; 440 relay — Redlands, 46.4; PV — Merrift (R), 9 - 0; HJ — Nagy (R), 5-2; SP — Minter (S), 47-314; BJ — McDonald (R) 20-3'/4. Final score: SBHS 43 2-3, Redlands 41 1-3. Terrier tennis team drubs San Bernardino Redlands high Terrier tennis' team continued its domination of Citrus Belt League standings with a 6V4-2V4 victory over San Bemardmo Cardinals yesterday on the RHS courts. Friday coach Paul Womack's nettcrs meet Fontana on the Steelers courts. Redlands 6V2, San Bdno. 2Vi SINGLES: Grainger (R) d e f. Kenyon, 9-7, 6-4; Stryker (R), def. Mena, 6-1, 6-1; Tharaldson (R) def. Brotche, 6-1, 6-1; New comer (R) def. Fairweather, 60, 6-1; Hand (S) spUt with Montana, 3-6, 6-3. DOUBLES: Lowe & Gabriel (S) det Shaw & Wright, 6-3, 6-3; Hoffman & Jimenez (R), def. Sanders & Galvez, 6-2, 6-3. JV score: Redlands 4, SBHS 1. Trout plant in local waters The Department of Fish and Game has scheduled the stocking of catchable-size rainbow trout this week in the foUowing San Bernardino County lakes and streams: Lake Arrowhead, Bear Creek (Slide Lake area), Big Bear Lake, Cucamonga Creek, Deep Creek, Green Valley Lake, Lake Gregory, Jenks Lake, Lytle Creek (North and Middle Forks), Santa Ana River, Santa Ana River (South Fork). Cardinals defeat Terriers 2-0 Two Redlands scoring threats were halted by San Bernardino pitcher Verle Jlillsap as the Cardinals stayed atop the Citrus Belt League standings with a narrow 2-0 win over the Terrier yesterday on the Cardinal diamond. Coach Joe DeMaggio's Ter riers threatened in the first and third innings when runners advanced to third but couldn't get home for the taUy. Friday Redlands ^rill host Fontana High with game time set for 3 p.m. Cardinal first sacker John Wicklund scored the first SB­ HS run when after walking he went to second on a wild pitch and then scooted home on John Anderson's single. Wicklund had to go back to third because he missed the bag. He finally scored on another single. Redlands is now 3-3 in CBL league standings. In other CBL games Fontana downed Ramona 10-4 after be- uig behind 3-1 m the early in nmgs. Colton high blasted Pacific 16-4. Southpaw slugger Lou Hunter went 3 for 4 to lead the winners. Riverside Poly notched a 5-3 win over visiting Chaffey. It was the Tigers fifth loss in six starts. San Bernardino AB Anderson ss 3 Miller 2b 3 Faulk cf 3 Jacobs 3b 2 Hardge c 3 Millsap p 2 Hoak If 3 SaUnas rf 9 Frame rf 1 Wicklund lb 1 R. 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Totals 23 2 8 Redlands AB R. H. Lopez 2b 3 0 0 Mathews cf 2 0 0 Lobaugh lb 3 0 1 Rodgers ss 4 0 2 Finfrock If 3 0 1 Crowther rf-lb 2 0 0 Franken p 3 0 1 CampbeU c 3 0 1 Ekema 3b 2 0 0 Garcia rf 0 0 0 Totals 25 0 Score by innings: Redlands ....000 000 0-0 San Bdno 001 001 x—2 Santa Anan buys Columbia, cup class yacht NEW YORK (UPI) - The Pacific Coast wiU be represented in the America's Chip competition for the first time in its 113-year history in June. This became a certainty Tuesday when Columbia, successful defender of the cup in 1958, was sold to a syndicate headed by Thomas Patrick Dougan of Santa Ana, Calif. Dougan revealed that Walter Podolak, a former Long Island yachtsman who m/aved to California shortly after his return from Army service in World War I, will serve as Columbia's new skipper in the trials to determine the 1964 America's Cnp defender. The first trials will be held on Long Island Sound beginning June 8. Subsequent trials will be held off Newport, R.L, July 8 and Aug. 18, with the sue cessful yacht facing a British challenger for the cup starting Sept 15, also off Newport Boat driver in critical condition LAS VEGAS. Nev. (UPI) Speedboat driver Lee Taylor, 29, today was in critical condition from injuries he suffered Tuesday in leaping from his jet - propelled aluminum craft when it went out of control at Lake Havasu on the Arizona- California border. Taylor was taking the Harvey Aluminum Co. speedboat "Hustl er" through a series of tests preparatory to an assault on the world's speed record when he ran out of racing room and the boat ran aground on the California shore. Yucaipa downs 29-Palmsin league opener Coach Don Gifford's Yucaipa High Thunderbirds opened Des ert VaUey League baseball yes terday with a 8-1 win over visit ing Twentynine Palms. Dennis Hare struck out 11 as he twirled the T-Burds to the win. He worked S 2-3 innings without waUdng a single 29 Palms batter. The victory was the 12th of the year against one loss for Yucaipa. Walter Dean paced the Thunderbird attack by driving in three runs. He smashed out a double in the five run third inning to pace the T-Birds seven hit game. l\iesday the Yucaipa diamond squad wUl travel to meet Indio in the second league game of the season. Game time is 3 p.m. 29 Palms AB R. H. B. Smith rf 2 0 S. Smith ph 1 0 Bratt ss : 3 0 Lewis cf-p 3 0 Prince If 3 0 Feldman p 3 0 Romain 3b 3 0 Ash lb 2 0 O'Connor lb 1 0 Lloyd c 3 0 Wise 2b 3 1 Totals 27 1 Yucaipa AB R. H. McD'rmt ss 1 2 1 Hoechlin lb 3 0 0 Foreman lb 1 0 0 Dean If 2 2 2 Shelby If 1 0 0 Wade c 3 1 1 Hare p-rf .......... 100 Lannon rf 2 0 0 Rainbow p 0 0 0 H'rklrath cf 3 0 0 Arps 3b 3 1 1 Holden 2b 3 2 2 Lewis c 0 0 0 ToUls 24 8 Score by innings: 29 Palms 000 001 0-1 4 Yucaipa 005 300 x—8 7 Exotic food fish produce hybrid young Japanese and Zanzibar tilapia imported into California by the Department of Fish and Game for experimental purposes last December have produced their first crop of hybrid young. As e-xpected, aU were males. The exotic food fish are being held and reared at the DFG's dano Fisheries Base. The hybrid all-male tilapia will be planted in carefiilly selected Southland lakes to determine their possible value in supplementing warmwater fishing in Southern California. Dodger s elated with first game performance vLOS ANGELES (UPI)-The old pro Los Angeles Dodgers reacted with a little more enthusiasm than usual Tuesday night to their 4-0 opening victory over the SL Louis Cardinals. When the Dodgers trooped in to their dressing room, there were shouts of "That's the way to go, gang, from coaches Greg Mulleavy and Pete Reiser. Pitcher Bob MiUer shouted with a laugh, "I couldn't have done better myself." There was handshaking aU around and a dozen players personally congratulated southpaw Sandy Koufax. Koufax was quiet but smiling, the same as manager Walt Alston. "Koufax pitched a faeckuva game," said Alston. "He held his stuff real good. He made a few more bad pitches than he will a month from now but anytime you shut out the Cardinals you're doing a whale of a job." Alston singled out rookie third cial praise. "That kid really poked the ball and played a fine game," said the manager. Frank Howard who hit his 100th career home run off Ron Taylor who reUeved Card starter Ernie BrogUo said, "The way Brogho was handling me he was just licking his chops. He has a great curve balL That Taylor's a good man too —he's going to be a big help in the bullpen." Opening night oddities: Traditional ceremonies for a world champion and pennant winning team like the Dodgers were omitted. May 17 has been designated "Pennant Day." The World Series flag and National League pennant will be hoisted on that day between games of a day doubleheader with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Lauritz Melchior, the famed Wagnerian tenor, sang the national anthem, but his voice was unheard by most of the crowd for most of the song. He was standing in centerfield and his microphone faUed to function up imtil the last few words which broke the silence... "home of the brave." Ageless actor Gary Grant, over the half-century mark, sat in a field box and for once ^ looked his age. He sported a baseman John Werhas for spe-lreal gray beard, grown for a film he's making. Other celeb ities on hand included: Comedian Jack Benny who looked no more than 39; Doris Day who looked blonde and charming; and John Wayne who looked weather-beaten and outdoorsey. More than 709 receive swim lesson certificates Redlands YMCA pool gallery was filled to overflowing last night for the annual Redlands Swim Campaign graduation ex ercises for boys and girls in the 3rd through 6th grades in the elsmtary schools. The students demonstrated their newly learned skills consisting of prone glides, prone glides with kick, kicking on the back, jumpmg into deep water, and swimming to the other side, diving and 60 ft swim. A demonstration of competitive swimming skills by the boys and girls Medley relay swimming group consisting of Billy Shawver, Mark Neuman, Chuck John, Bobby Howard, Tina Connor, Karen Martin, Judy Martin, Kathy Shawver, Wendy Larson, Susan Griffin, Kim Johnstone, Marsha Owens, Janice Canning and Stephanie Vince. FoUowing the swim demonstration, parents and children adjourned to the lobby where Roy Coble, general secretary, welcomed them and emphasized the importance of learning to swim early. Boys and girls were then presented swimming certificates by CoL WiU Brim berry, chairman of the Red- ands YMCA Physical Education Committee. The Swim Campaign was under the direction of Wes Ogle, Physical Di-, rector, assisted by Bob SUver- man. Approximately 100 boys and girls were present to receive their certificates: Boys 9:00 to 9:45 class, Carl Berdahl, Larry Kagley, Barry Sewell, Albert Lockhart, Michael Norrie, Bill Sewell, Larry WaUs, David Bohmstedt, Jimmy Mercer, Heirt Schepis ser, Gary Cote, Mark Nelson and Gary Nelson. Boys 9:45 to 10:30, \^cent Jook with Jinis; hard to believe By OSCAR FRALEY UPI Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPI) - It's a good thing they went and tore down Ebbets Field or it'd collapse zingo on somebody's cranial today. Okay, so yez reads it, but it's stjU hard to believe that "The Duke" is playin' for them there Jints. Edwin Donald Snider, that's who. "The Jook," if yez wanna give it the old sym-phoney per- nunciatin'. The same as what used to give those Jints what for whenever they had to come across the bridge. Zowie, over that high screen in right field, and none of that Chinee stait in aieu: joint, either, Pow, up over the roof. "It's a good thing they all moved outta town, 'at's what Imagine, maldn' a fuss over whether Kaycee goes to Atlanta, which is down in Jawja, or some place. Or whether some guys is throwin* spitters, as which of some don't But "The Jook" in a Jint uniform. It's absolutely unbelieving, and ru give youse all a lot of two to one on that, buddy. It's like Kroolchef singin' the Star-Spangled Banner. I'd sooner believe a rumor that Zsa Zsa was givin' away diamints. Or that "Hot Ice Hany" Hootchmeyer was canaryin' for the Salavation Annies. It's gotta be a gag some­ body's perpatratin' on a hoax- ful pubUc. Like the income tax reduction rumors or that wrongo dope that the subway fare was comin" down. Five times he's in the Woild Serious over at Ebbets. And whUe we don't win 'em aU, we don't lose 'em all, either, with The Jook" out there in cen ter. He bags that apple with real class, this kid, and when they stick that slab of hickory in his mitts those other guys is spittin' cotton. Course, there's a chanct somewhere that this info may be right from the stall at Aqueduct Out of the horses' mouth, as yez might say. As "Harold the HacMe" aUows, "The Jook" am't quite a Hd no more and when yez are sacldn' those major league potaters every week it's a hard habit to kick. Some of us guys have to hold, though, that it's like mov- in' to the Bronx after hittin' eri in Coney Ireland. It's okay to dig a tunnel mto Fort Knox, if n yez can get away ^th it, but don't try walkin' out the front door with a sackfull or somebuddy's gonna think yez are nuts. This ain't to intercate that 'The Jook" has flipped his lid. Yez has to play 'em as yez sees 'em if youse is runnin' up a dead end aUey. Could be like it sez in the perms and time marches on quicker than "The Jook" used to get down to foist DUKE SNIDER Somebody sez that "The| Jook" sez that them Dodgers is gonna be tough to handle, and that shows he ain't blew his stack complete. Maybe they play elstwhere these days but them's stni the Bums. All of youse can bet the rat money that they'll be right tip there come October. But even us diehards has gotta give them Jints a little more of an edge |if it's on the square that "The Jook" is givin' em a hand. We might even have to root for 'em if he gets 'em into the World Serious. And, brother, that'll really be the-day. Ramirez, DaUas Whitley, Louie Castro, Kenneth Cataluna, Jay Sanders, Tim Tyler, Art Jen sen, Ed Rivas, Ricky Paxton Jerry Zendner, James Stone, Casey Lynde, Mike CampbeU, Rocky Opliger, Paul Scholte Larry Clark, Bruce PoweU Stephen Vandenbugh, and Gary Cote. Boys 10:30 to 11:45, David Ranida, George BUne, John Cole, Steven Vandenburgh, Chris Ramirez, David Varela Larry Grish, Robin Cataluna, Greg Griffin, Vemie Kilpatrick, Michael HiU, Grant Muriyama, Marlyn Lesley, Philh'p Schmidt, BiUy Mann. Boys 11:15 to 12:00, Ricky Ray Long, Wayne O'Bannon, Anthony Ramhrez, Glen Martinez, Cal Kirkindoll, Paul Miller, Glen Miller, Randy Carlisle, Johnnie Arroyo. Girls 1:00 to 1:45, Pat Dana, Sylvia Hill, Marsha ffiU, Frankie Crow, (aristina Schup- pisser, Esther Juarez, Barbara Brownlee, Debbie Brownlee, Rachel Gutierrez, Debby Thompson, Priscilla Martiaes, Cynthia Martinez, Gayle Eastman, Susan Beraeman, Cheryle Lesley, Maria Ortiz, Lourdes Garcia. Girls 1:45 to 2:30, Judy Cook, Cynthia Van Derveen, Sandy AmabUe, Rene Thomas, Patty Spiva, Laura Spangler, Helen BusweU, Marcia Gibson, Deberah Vermette, Ramona Lerma, Sandra Correa, Victoria Cole, Sheila Kilpatrick, Kathy Amabile, Louise Stone, Laurie Owens, Terrece Rafford, Jessie Lerma, Dot Kilpatrick, Mary Mann. Girls 2:30 to 3:15, Deb Varela, Lillian Forseca, Diane Wickham, Lorraine Rebels, Anita Faydilao, Pixie Lynde, Carolin Grish, Charlene Wickham, Juanita Walters, Rebecca Barron, Joan Robles, Kimberly Davis, Toni Langley, Janet England, Cynthia Murray, Dava Littlepage. Redlands Junior High loses to Corona Redlands Junior High went down to a 9-4 defeat at the hands of host Corona yesterday. Danny R. Smith pitched for coach Dave Farmer's Wildcats but unearned runs spelled the difference. For the losers Billy Clond went 2-3 from the plate, Dennis Kessler was 2-2, both doubles; Danny C. Smith was 1-1 and Joe Soils doubled. Tomorrow the Wildcats host' Fontana at 3:30 p.m. on the| RJH diamond. Tuesday C^olton comes to town and on April 23 RJH meets Cope. Koufax polishes off Cards 4-0 By United Press Intemationat Somebody ought to teU Sandy Koufax the World Series is over, or maybe he's just tuning up for the next one. The way he was sweating, concentrating and pitchmg Tuesday night, he looked as if he was still in the last one. Koufax polished off the St. Louis Cardinals, 4-0, before a crowd of 50,451 and had the added distinction of being the first Dodger pitcher to hurl a shutout in a season opener since 1940. Sandy, who concedes there's a possibUity he can better his spectacular 25-5 record of last year when he also fashioned 11 shutouts, dazzled the Cardinals more with his control and curve last night than with his speed. He struck out only five but did not walk a batter while giving up sis singles. Broglio Is Loser For five innings, loser Ernie Broglio was as good as Koufax, but the Dodgers broke his service in the sixth and scored the only run they really needed when WiUie Davis singled, advanced to third on a stolen base and an infield out and then came home on Ron Fairly's sujgle through the box. Maury WUls, who had three of the Dodgers' 10 hits, helped them score another i-un in the seventh and big Frank Howard clipped reliever Ron Taylor for a two - run homer in the eighth. Apart from Koufax, only one other major league pitcher managed to go nine innings Tuesday. He was Juan Marichal, who hurled San Francisco to an 8-4 victory over Milwaukee with the help of five homers, mcluding a pau: by WiUie Mays. The Philadelphia Phillies beat the New York Mets, 5-3, and the Chicago Cubs outlasted the Pittsburgh Pirates, 84, in 10 innmgs in the only other National League game. Twins Shade Indians Over in the American League, Minnesota shaded Cleveland, 7-6, Detroit downed Kansas City, 7-3, and Baltimore defeated Chicago, 5-3. Rain forced postponement of the Boston - New York opener. Mays drove in three of the Giants* runs with his two homers and his second one drove loser Warren Spahn to the showers in the eighth inning. A crowd of 42,894, largest ever to watch the Giants in a regulation game since they left New York for San Francisco, also saw Tom HaUer, rookie Jim Ray Hart and Orlando Cepeda connect for the wiimers. Marichal gave up seven hits but settled down and pitched scoreless ball after the third inning. Klippstein Gets Win Although Bobby Wine singled home another nm in the second for PhUadelphia, starter Dennis Bennett didn't hang around long enough to be the winner. He left after'4 2-3 innings and Johnny Klippstein, who reUeved him, held the Mets scoreless thereafter to earn the win. BiUy Williams' two - run homer highlighted a four - run 10th inning outburst against re- Uever ElRoy Face and settled matters between the Cubs and Pirates. WDiams' homer was the Cubs' third of the game, Andre Rodgers and Dick Bertell having connected earlier. Face, you might say, had a UtUe trouble with his fork balL He faced four batters m the 10th and gave up a single, two doubles and a homer. Larry Jackson was the winner although Lindy McDaniel reUeved him in the 10th after he yielded a single. Cflrtsr meets Fuliiicf PATERSON, N.J. (UPI)-Kabin (Hurricane) Carta-, the world's top-ranked middleweight contender, win meet Don Fullmer of West Jordan, Utah, in a 10-round bout at the Paterson Armory, May 9. Mom wins LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) Cecil Motts, 151, Phoenix, Ariz., took a 10-round decision Tuesday night over Aman Peck, 153, Las Vegas in the main bout at the CasUways HoteL Yandy's Flash makes his first start LOS ALAMITOS (UPI)—Venerable Vandy's Flash makes his first start of Los Alamitos' young spring meeting today in the featured eighth race at 400 yards. Vandy's Flash, whose career dates back to 1957, faced Miss Moon Bar—already a winner in the quarter horse meeting; Gyp's Bar, Woody's Request, Little Trish and Big Al. A crowd of 6,256 racing fans that withstood 90-degree temperatures Tuesday saw Water Splash score a half-length victory in the featured Cypress Purse. Water Splash paid ?8.20 to win and covered the 350 yards in 18J. s e c o n d s. Giddy GiQ was second and Double Pride was thkd. WHL standings W L CP OA San Francisco .3 1 15 13 Los Angeles 1 3 13 15 Tuesday's Result San Francisco 5 Los Angeles 4 (overtime). WednMday's •chedule San Francisco at Los Angeles.

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