Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 17, 1964 · Page 6
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Redlands, California
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Friday, April 17, 1964
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BEN CASEY By NEAL ADA3IS SHOBI BIBS By FEANK O'NEAL DAN FLAGG By DON SUEBWOOD OF COURSe, DAN. I'LL STAY AS LONG AS YOU WANT ME TO... MOETY IttEEKLE By DICK CAVALLI AND C&Sr INTO A KJNGBPN. RJETOMiaay THE OONSe^N WAe MACeOFCHOCOUCIB FUDDiNQ ANOS(R nuea?r ABHeVWyTDRZBBDOM- THxrayst^TDGOBiGwm 4'n ALLEY OOP By V. T. HA9ILIN „/5 NO USE FEEUN' BAP ABOUT IT raaA_ACTllAUXWU NEVER HAP A CHANCE/ONCE THIS (X. PINOSAUR-BUSTER GOT A ROPE ON YtXJ PEISCDLLAS POP By AL VEK5IEEK lAwOW MUCH A WEEK IS YOUR^ KALLOWANCE. HOLLVMOCK? J MY FATHER HAS :rT TIED TO THE NATIONAL ECONOMIC CUMATE! ^1 THEN YOU NEVER ^ KNOW VNHATYOU'REJ •^SETTING? CAPTAIN EASY By LESLIE TURNER irsNOTHIMG PERSONAL 1 5UH.^ ASUGHT rim . ^ losT TOUCH WITH Raur /Cr INSANITV 15 I NEED A B/^^I^^H ASHAMH> OF. AS CO- Y GA£)« A COURT CA5E WOULP OWNER OF \ WEAN EXPOSURE TO IMNBR THE LAUP,KE) POUBLE TOLK! THAT ICAMT CAVTT LOSE!/ A6IPE! VBRV Vi-ELUBRIWa ^ OH HIS PSycrtATBIST! OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLB OUT OUR WAY J. B, WnXIABIS IN A COUPLE OPDAYS WE'LL 6ET THESE PidEOHi LOOSE -~-THeNj I'OL) WATCH TH' RE5ULT5.' THEY 'LL FLY AWAY AN "6E60s !E -nLL LAIE AFTEKNCX?^l.AN'•f ^4E^4 COMB gACK WITH 50 OR A rtJMDBED TRAMP PISEOMS tHEV C 0 A>:ED TO COME AN* LW£ HERE.' REMIMDS A ^EOPTHE- 500TH « EA| l <(N6 6A55 I TKAtrJeO WHEN T WAS OM THE ISLAND OP KUHOLA.' T USED TO LAY OOT •fHENET5 ,tHE0l -SEr THE KING ©ASS FRe&-«-HE "D gE 60ME AM HOUR OR SO, THEM O ^JMS SACK WITH A > THOUSAND ASSORTED Red/ands Dai/y Facts 6 - Friday, Apr. 17,1964 High school thin dads in Spilce^-Rama Redlands high Terriers will be rambliiig in the annual Riv erside Poly Spike- - 0-Rama tomorrow on the Poly track starting at 8 p.m. Leading the way for coach Bill Cunningham's Terriers will be sprinters Roger Cox and Den nis Gidcumb. Hurdler Steve Huffstutler will miss action with a leg injury. Tommy Hahn and Chris Mu noz will be in the 440, Harold Edwards and Andy Soulek the half and Jeff Rawlings and Bud Perry in the mile. Ed Wimfaley will nm the 120 and 180 hurdles for Redlands, Dave Rogers and Hank Mercado are entered in the pole vault, Mike Baker and Rick Orton In the shot. Doug Johnson and Bill O'Bannon will be in the I o n g jump and Ed Butter and Dave Wheeler are entered in the high jump. All eight Citrus Belt league schools are entered in the an' nual meet. Redlands swim club in AAU invitational Redlands swim club mem bers totaling 15 strong will be entered in the AAU Invitational age group swimming meet at Pasadena City College tomor row and Sunday. Entered in the meet are Karen Martin and Martin Davis, 7-8 age group; Bill Shawver and Pete Davis, 9-10 Chris King, Kathy Shawver, Susan Griffin, Bruce Kocsis, Larry Boxer and Phillip Davis, 11-12. Pinky Chambers, Judy Martin, Fred Ott, Shannon Spence 13-14 age group. The Redlands Swim Club is sponsored by the City Recrea tion Department and directed by Robert Chambers and coached by Larry Munz. STANDINGS American League W. L. Pef. Baltimore Minnesota Detroit Boston Los Angeles Washington New York Kansas City Cleveland Chicago CB 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 l.OOO 0 1.000 .500 .333 .000 .000 .000 .000 hi 1 m 2 Thursday's Results Boston 4 N. Y. 3 (11 innings) Baltimore 4 Chicago 3 Minn. 6 Washington 2, night (Only games scheduled) Saturday's Games 5 Los Angeles at Detroit New York at Baltimore Chicago at Boston Kansas City at Cleveland Minnesota at Washington Phil SF St. Louis Houston Pittsburgh Chicago Cincinnati Milwaukee Los Angeles New York National League W. 2 L. Pet. GB 0 1.000 • . . 1 .667 1 .667 Vi 1 .500 1 .500 1 1 .550 1 1 .500 1 2 333 VA 2 .333 Hi 2 .000 2 Thursday's Results St. Louis 2 San Francisco 0 Milwaukee 6 Houston 5 (night) Cincinnati 5 Los Ang. 2 (night) (Only games scheduled) Saturday's Games Pittsburgh at New York Philadelphia at Chicago Milwaukee at Houston Cincinnati at Lso Angeles St. Louis at San Francisco TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Elementary track finals Saturday, 9:30 The Optimist-sponsored elementary track finals for b o y and girls will be held tomorrow starting at 9:30 a.m. on the high school oval. The qualifying heats were run at Smiley school Wednesday afternoon with £rst and second place winners going into tomorrow's finals. Winners of Wednesday's events to qualify them for the finals tomorrow were listed as follows by Howard (Buzz) Wagner, recreatioa supervisor for the school district: Class A Girls 40 Yd. Dash 1st Heat — 1. Denise Gibson Sm. 6.2; 2. Anita Bloomingdale. McK. 2nd Heat — 1. Ginger Cm ningham, Sm. 6.2; 2. Beth McKinsey, MenL 3rd Heat — 1. Janie Moore, Cr., 6.5. 2. Kathy BeU, Sm., Jesica Rohas, Ment. Class A Beys 40 Yd. Dash 1st Heat 1. Leroy Polidore, Ment., 6.1; 2. David Clem, Sm. 2nd Heat 1. David Kahn, Ment., 6.2; 2. David Rosenberger, Sm. 3rd Heat 1. Eddie Wilson., Lu., (Cram), 6.2; 2. Bill Bloomingdale, McK. Class C Girls 50 Yd. Dash 1st Heat 1. Lucy Quintana., Lu., 7.3; 2. Shirley Grover, Sm. 2nd Heat 1. Marie Aldama., Lu., 7.5; 2. Cheryl Webster, Sm. 3rd Heat 1. JoAnn Baron., Lu., 7.1; 2. Judy Coleman, Sm. Class B Girls 40 Yd. Dash 1st Heat 1. Debbie Pugel., Lu., 6.1; 2. Peggy Sauer, Sm. 2nd Heat 1. Debbie Farquhar, Cr., 6. 2. Jenny Geer, Lu. 3rd Heat 1. Linda Clem, Sm., 6.5; 2. Diane Collins, Cram. Class B Boys 40 Yd. Dash 1st Heat 1. Dave Dykstra, McK., 6.' 2. Rex Brady, Sm. 2nd Heat 1. David Henderson, Ment. 6.2. 2. Hesper Stroud, Lu. 3rd Heat 1. Bob Aldama, Li., 5.9. 2. Brian Bries, Sm. Class D Girls 50 Yd. Dash 1st Heat 1. Beatrice Gomez, Cram., 7.i Patty Paul, Sm. . 2nd Heat Angels go after second victory DETROIT (UPI) — The Los Angeles Angels went after theu: second victory of the young American League season this afternoon as they met the Detroit Tigers in the first of a two game series. The Angels occupied fifth place in the standings after they spUt a two-game series with the Washington Senators for a 1-1 record. Dean Chance, who was 13-18 last season, was scheduled to start on the mound for the Angels against the Tigers Frank Lary (4-9), a righthander. The lefthandcd Chance's 3.19 earned run average last year the best among the Angel starters and he led the club in strikeouts with 168. Dick Simpson, ailing with bruised knee, had improved enough to take batting practice Thursday. Ed Kurkpatrick was scheduled to get the nod again left field if Simpson was un to play today. In the Angels 6-4 loss to the Senators Wednesday night, the routed starter Barry Lat from the mound in the second inning of his debut performance with the Angels. The Senators picked up all six of their runs in the second. for: able Hawthorne's Works _Answer to Previous PunI* ACROSS 1 "The Scarlet 7-The- Faun" SSobeit! 9 Operated 10 Of dark complexioa 11 Abatement (rolL) 12 Short jackets 18 Wrongly 21 Roof timber 22 Merit 23 Went to sea 13 Fatty salt H Turkish inn 15 Seed coatings 16 Hold (music* 17QuanUty(ab.) 18 Sea bird , . 19 Convent worker S i'"'So 20 Speeder 26 Curvea moiom, 22 Before 28 Eeyptian river 23Uzard 30 Deflect 24 Navigation aid 32"Dr. 26 Grain Grimsiiawe's 27 Eurasian (India) 29 English illustrator 30 Democrat (abj 31 Madrigals 33 Activity 35 Beverage 36 Populace (comb, form) 39 Hebrew leuer 40 Watch secretly 41 Policeman (slang) 42 Alaskans 44W]ieeIe<lcait (India) 47 Earths (Latin) 4BFUthy 490rgam 'i; compounds 50 Sofa VOWS IPitcherOndia) 2 Fragrant oJeoresin 3 Bed canopy 4 Make lace edmng 5 Greek letter 6 Arikaran Indian 7Bisliaps hat 34'TVice-Told 35 Parts of chnrciies 37 Short tyUable r 38 Suppose 40 Heavenly body 43 Process (suffix)' 44 Aeriform fuel 45 Tint 46 Agent (ab.) 1. Bonnie Detrick, Kings., 7.5 2. Angle Kesendez, C^am. Srd Heat 1. Cathy Morse, Sm., 7.4; Karen Bougher, Kimb. Class C Boys 50 Yd. Dash 1st Heat 1. Scott Burke, Kings., 7.5; 2, Bruce McBride, Fr. 2nd Heat 1. John Kaiser, Kinsg., 7.2; 2, PhU Alford. Sm. 3rd Heat 1. Bill Cunningham, Sm., Dead; 1. Manuel Vinateiro, Fr., Heat. Class A Boys M Yd. Dash 1st Heat 1. David Henley, Sm., 9.3; 2. Jerry Keith, McK. 2nd Heat 1. Robert Dally, Sm., 8.9; 2. Brian Forquer, Kings. Srd Heat 1. Mike HiU., Lu., 8.7; 2. Gary Hoving, Sm. Class C Boys 75 Yd. Dash 1st Heat 1. Keith Johnson, Sm., 9.6 Ties; 2. Eddie Miller, McK.. Rec. 2nd Heat 1. Ricky Creatura, Sm., 10.7; 2. Carlos Ramiras, Lu, 3rd Heat 1. Ennis Dixon, Lu., 10.2; 2. Mike Grimes, Sm. Class D Boys 50 Yd Dash 1st Heat 1. Tim Manning, Kings., 7.5; 2. Jesse Wingate, Lu., 2. David Cook, Kimb. 2nd Heat 1. Todd Lindsey, Cr., 6.8, Ties; 2. BiU Bristow, Ment., Rec. 3rd Heat 1. David Bishop, Kings. 7.5; 2. Fred Stafford, Cr. Class B Boys M Yd. Dash 1st Heat 1. Jim Geissmger, Sm., 8.4; 2. Mike Casey, Ment., 3. Randy Testman, Lu. 2sd Heat 1. Rex Mangum, Cram, 8.6: 2. Dennis Soto, Lu.; 3. Tim Ni Warriors move into NBA finals cholson, McK. Class D Boys 75 Yd Dash 1st Heat 1. Jim Sill, Sm., 10.1; 2. Ralph Garcia, C. 2nd Heat 1. Earl Heam, Lu., 10.8, Dead; 2. Chuck BuUue, Cr. Heat. 3rd Heat 1. Norman Mcintosh, MenL 10.6; 2. Bob Bender, Kings. Reiser battles heart attack LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Pistol Pete Reiser, once one of baseball's most daring and dramatic players, battled a heart attack today with the same assurance and enthusiasm he used to save for racmg into cement walls to catch fly balls. Reiser, 44, now a coach for the Los Angeles Dodgers, suffered what doctors called mild" heart attack Thursday m'ght just before the game with the Cincinnati Reds. Reiser consented to being taken by ambulance to Daniel Freeman Hospital after suffering a severe pain as he batted fly balls to outfields. But Dr. Robert Woods said after his examination. Reiser "wanted to leave the hospital and go home." The 1941 National League baiting champion remained in the hospital for observation and further treatment. His doctor said Reiser, a coach for the Dodgers since 1960, was respondmg well and his pulse and heart beat were encouraging," and he never lost consciousness. S.4N FRANCISCO (UPI>—National Basketball Association fans today looked forward to a battle between the game's two best big men. Wilt (Camberlain and Bill Russell, in the NBA's championship playoff finals. And there were plenty of predictions around that Chamberlain and his San Francisco Warriors would take the title away from the mighty Russell- led Boston Celtics. Chamberlain was most of the show lliursday night as he dumped in 39 points, blocked a dozen shots, and dominated the boards in leading San Francisco past St. Louis, 105-95, in their seventh and final Western Division playoff game. Boston has been taking it easy since disposing of Cincinnati in five games in Eastern Division play. The Warrior-Celtic series starts Saturday in Boston. St. Louis hit well from the outside throughout a wild first quarter, but Cliamberlain's fade-aways and Guy Rodgers' drives held the score to 33-32. Chamberlain scored 14 of 21 Warrior points in the second stanza as the Warriors led 53-52 at the half. St. Louis threatened to break the contest wide open in the third quarter when veterans Bob Pettit, cniff Hagan, and Richie Guerin paced a fast break attack that pushed tha Hawks out in front, 77-69. But the Warriors then rolled ' up 14 straight points as the crowd of 8.923 roared its ap- provaL Rodgers had eight points, but it was Chamberlain's btocking of Hawk shots that stopped the St. Louis offense cold during the wild session. That took the starch out of the Hawks and the team exchanged baskets from there on out Rodgers had 19 points, Tom Meschery 15 and Al Attles 13. Pettit led St Louis with 24, Guerin had 23 and Hagan 21. Strong Oregon track team takes on SC LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The strong University of Oregon track and field team which two years ago snapped the University of Southern California's string of 104 dual meet victories clashes with the Trojans again Saturday in the Coliseum. Southern California was favored to capture the meet but the Webfoots sent word south that they would be shooting for an upset victory over the NCAA champions. Spearheading the Oregon bid will be sprinter Harry Jerome, who is making a comeback after an absence of a year because of a leg injury suffered in the 1962 British Empire Games. The Canadian star is undefeated this spring and has marks of 9.3 and 21.1 around a turn . Jockey champ breaks neck LONDON (UPI) — Champion national hunt jockey Josh Gifford has been riding with a broken neck, X-rays revealed Thursday. Gilford fell last Saturday hut was not aware of the injury in the 100 and 220 yard dashes. His duels with Troy's Dave Morris and Dick Cortese were expected to be highlights of the meet Another outstanding clash pits Oregon's Archie San Roman! Jr. and Troy's Bruce Bess in the mile. The Oregonian has a mark of 4:03.7 while Bess ran 4:03.2 last week in a non-winning effort. In the javelin, Les Upton of the Webfoots and Larry Stuart of the Trojans also were expected to engage in a close throwing match with the spear. and had two more moimts dur- mg the afternoon. He probably will be sidelined the remainder of the hunt season. TTE By JULIUS BOROS\^^ UJS. OPEN CHAMPION 27-CHIP Newspaper Entcrpris* Assn. Almost every club is a poten tial chipping instrument. Generally speaking, most chipping is done with the 5, 6 and 7 irons. Learn through experience how well each works for you. Which club you select to chip is determined by the amount of roll needed for each shot Your object is to hit the ball as close as possible to the near edge ofj the green, depending on the roll to take it to the vicinity of the hole. The stance is much the same as for pitching. Feet should be close together as there is very little body motion. Stance should be open with the left foot point-| ed outward to allow you to face youii- target. Hands and arms do the work, not the wrist As with pitch shots, a rolling over of the wrists — a common fault among high handicap golfers —, smothers the ball. WRISTS dundd not nfl orer. ITrom the boolc, "Pat GoU or Better" by Julhls Boros. Copyright by Prentice -Han, Inc., Englewood CUtia,

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