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12 - MoR, April 20,19^ Redlands Daily Facts Break six varsity records Terriers dominate C.B.L swim meet Tliornquest, Mrs. Bondy win golf tourney CoL Frank Tboniqaest and lbs. Earl Bandy, witfa a net 63, were winners of the "bdist ban of partners" played by golfers at Bedlaods Coontry Qiib yesto^y. . Ibr second honors were Bob Baker and Mrs. Ed Schind BedLuds School Terriers dominated the Citrus Belt' Leagne final swim meet at Cut -j ter Pool in Eiverside Saturday afteinoon as they broke six varsity records, and two C dass records and qoaMed eight contestants for the CIF preliminar -j ies to be held Saturday April 25 at Santa Monica. Coach Bonald Stutt announced this morning that the eight swimmers who appear to have qualified on the basis of time performance for the CIF eventi are Mike Patella, Jim Gardner, Garth Huffaker, Bill Branden berger, Don Battersby, Dean Kackley, Steve Melcher and Dave Scott BiH Brandenberger. already a record holder in CBL raiis, broke another Saturday and was a member of the record break -j ing medley relay team as well as winning the 200 free style! event Swimming with the varsity Dean Kackley won the 50 and 100 free and was on the record breaking freestyle relay team New Racord Jim Gardner set a new record in winning the 100 breast! and was on the relay team and although he placed second behind Kackley Saturday in the SO-free, his winning time in the preliminaries was better and sets the new record. Garth Hufiaker set a new rec 370 nmners in historic Boston road race BOSTON (UPI) — A record number of 370 U.S. citizens sought today to win a historic marathon dominated for the past two decades by foreign runners. The avalanche of domestic distance runners were competing against a mere handful of 21 foreign runners in the 68th Boston AA road race in an aH- out drive to recapture a title won in 17 of the last 18 years by visa-carrying visitors. The weather bureau forecast wiiat genarally were regarded as ideal conditions for the 26- mile, 38S-yard road race with partly cloudy skies, little wind to either assist or hinder the runners, and temperatures in the "perfect" bracket between 50 and 60 degrees. Defending champion Aurele Vandendriessche, the Belgian bookkeeper who came from no where to set a time record of 2 hours, 18 minutes and 53 seconds last year, was one of the last of the huge entry list to report to officials of the sane tioning Amateur Athletic Union. The record outpouring of domestic entries came after race officials announced the 6Sth ord in the 100 back, was on the freestyle relay team and wasi third bdiind Kackley and Gard-' ner in the 50 free. Don Battersby was on both record breaking, relay teamsand was second behind Kackley in the 100 free. Mike Patella, a member of! the medley team member was fifth in the breast Dave Scott set new records in the 100 and 200 free C class events and was on the C free relay team. Besults were as foDows: Varsity Events 200 Medley — 1 Redlands, 2 Pacific, 3 Chaffey, 4 Biverside, 5 Fontana. 1:48.6, new CBL record. Bedlands team — PateDa, DeSalvo. Brandenberger and Battersby. 200 free — 1 Brandenberger (B), 2 Mann (Kv), 3 Von Mueller (C). 4 McCreary (Bam), 5 Mitchell (C), 1:59.2. 50 free — 1 Kackley (B), 2 Gardner (B), 3 Huffaker (B), 4 Adams (Biv), 5 libuse (Biv). 23.5. Gardner had set new record with 23J. in preliminaries. 200 ind. med. — 1 Evensen (SB), 2 Duke (P), 3 Lenker (B) 4 Van Ausdal, 5 Hirtz (Colton). 2:11.7, new CBL record. Diving — 1 Denton (Bam), 2 Parks (Biv), 3 Newman (C), 4 Proctor (C), 5 Taylor (P), 6 Da-, venport (B), 7 Evans (Biv). 100 fly — 1 Brandenberger^ (E), 2 Evensen (SB), 3 Duke (P), 4 Hitter (C), 5 Schroer (C), 551 new CBL record. 100 free - 1 Kackley (B), 2 Battersby (B), 3 Mann (Biv.), 4 McCreary (Bam), 5 Haddock (C). 53.5. 100 back — 1 Huffaker (B), 2 Patella (E), 3 Mitchell (C), 4 Hirtz (Colton), 5 Cook (Biv). 1:01.1, new CBL record. 400 free — 1 Von Mueller (C), 2 Clark (Biv), 3 Barnes (F), 4 Holmes (P), 5 Gregory (Biv). 4:19.5. 100 breast - 1 Gardner (E), 2 Burnett (P), 3 Van Ausdal (Bam), 4 Holmes (P), 5 DeSal- running would be dedicated to the memory of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. lard (Biv), 5 Keres {F;. 1:02.2 100 free - 1 Sawyer (C), 2 Ryder (P), 3 %ti8 (F). 4 Baross (Biv), 5 Farquhap (C). 52 .-1 2 new CBL record; 100 back — 1 Cunningham (P) 2 Bjomberg (Biy). 3 Melcher (B), 4 Baraes (Biv), 5 Cowett| (P). 1:03.7 new CBL record. 100 breast —1 Fahis (C), Miller (C), 3 , Mettie (P), Treadway (B), 5 Munnecke (Biv). 1:10.2. 200 free relay — 1 CJiaffey 2' Biverside, 3 Fontana, 4 Pacific, San Bernardino. 1:38.8 new record. C Claw EvMita '200 medley — 1 Chaffey, Fontana, 3 Bedlands, 4 Biver­ side. 2:02.0. Bedlands team of Sooy, Burgess, McGowan and Davaiport 200 free — 1 Scott (B), 2 En sle (C), 3 Smith (P), 4 Lunceford (P), 5 Biggs (C). 2:00.0, new CBL record. 50 free — 1 Kelber (C), 2 (M- coat (Biv), 3 Lunceford (P), 4 Acheson (B), 5 Beed (P). 25.3. 100 ind. med. — 1 Durham (C), 2 Mulholland (P), 3 Moore (F), 4 White (P), 5 Cornell (Bam). 1:08.3. 50 fly — 1 Errio (F), 2 McGowan (B), 3 Durham (C), ' Baker (C), 5 Coakely (Bam). 29.0. 100 free — 1 Scott (B), 2 En-| zle (C), 3 Moore (F), 4 Chfl- coat (Biv), 5 Smith (P). 54a new CBL record. 50 back — 1 Cornell (Bam), 2 Mulholland (P), 3 Buff (P), White (P), 5 Jiannino (F). 32a. 50 breast - 1 Husted (F), Fry (C), 3 Bnickart (B), 4 Holcomb (P), 5 Mercer (C). 34.5. 200 free relay — 1 Chaffey, 2 Pacific, 3 Biverside, 4 Bed- lands, 5 Bamona. 1:45.2, new CSL record, redlands Team of Scott, Acheson, McGowan and Bruckart vo (R). 1:08.6, new CBL rec srd. 200 free relay — 1 Bedlands, 2 Biverside, 3 Chaffey, 4 Fon tana, 5 Pacific. 1:36.3, new C- BL record. Bedlands team —i Gardner, Huffaker, Kackley and Battersby, B Cfatt Events 200 medley — 1 Chaffey, 2 Pacific, 3 Bedlands, 4 Fontana, 5 Biverside. 1:52.8, new CBL record. Redlands team of Williams, Treadway, Melcher and McMichaels. 200 free — 1 Sawyer (C), Cunningham (P), 3 Farquhar (C), 4 Rohrbach (F), 5 Pillard (Riv). 1:54.1, new CBL record. 50 free — 1 Ryder (P), 2 Lar-l ranee (C), 3 Baross (Biv), 4 Peterson (Biv), 5 Brookshire (C). 240, tie CBL record. 100 ind. med. - 1 Miller (C), 2 Harris (F), 3 Bjomberg (Biv) 4 Beynolds (Biv), 5 JoDie (Biv) 1:01.3 new CBL record. 100 fly — 1 Fry (C), 2 Bohr- bach (F), 3 Melcher (B), 4 Pil Roger Cox first in 100, 220 sprints at Riverside Terrier speedster Boger Cox ran off with the most valuable athlete award at Saturday's Spike-O-Bama in Biverside post- in first places in the 100 and 220 yard sprints. While Cox coflected Individual honors, the Bedlands High track contingent tallied 16 points overall for a lame fifth place in the sixth annual event hosted by Poly High school. San Bernardino High accumulated 25 points for the team victory. Pacific High was second with 23 points, Fontana notched 20 points, and Colton was fourth with 18 points. Cox was clocked at 9.7 in the century dash to tie the meet mark set two years ago by Tom Hester. The Terrier rocket flashed to a 21.0 in the 220 for his second victory. BHS miler Jeff Rawlings ran second in that event to Colton's Rick Felix who reached the tape with his all-time best mile clocking of 4:24.7, a Spike-0 Rama meet record. Another meet record was set by Colton's Walt Channels, last year's most valuable athlete, who raced to a 1:54.9 in the 880 -yard run. Redlands' mile relay team of Dennis Gidcumb, Mike Binkley, Gary Scholton and Dave Wheeler finished third. The Terriers take on Fontana tomorrow afternoon in a dual meet on the Redlands oval. Chamberlain gets another crack at Bill Russell BOSTON (UPI)-Wilt Chamberlain gets, another crack at his long-time nemesis tonight when he goes against the shot- blocking genius of bearded BO] BusselL Chamberlain, the scoring chamiuon of Uie National Basketball Association since he hit the leagne five years ago, has never been able to beat defensive ace Russell over the long hauL He's taken occasional! personal duels from Bussell but nobody has taken a title from tiie Boston Celtics while Bus- seH was in the lineup. Thus when the San Francis CO Warriors and defending Cel tics resume playoff action at Boston Garden tonight. Chamberlain will have a long list of losses to overcome. Boston, NBA playoff champion in six of the last seven ler and Earl Bandy and Mrs. Edward Baniett with a net 64. A three-way tie, with a 65, was recorded by Edward Bamett, and Mrs. Fritz Zeiner; Vernon Creax and Mrs. Geneva Belter and Dee Cowen and Mrs. Percy doinfeld. Tying for fourth place, with a 66, were Al Wincher and Mrs. Dee Cowen and Dr. Ed Banta and Mrs. Bichard Finch while Fritz Zeiner and Mrs. Ed Banta, with a 67, placed fifth. In sixth place, with a 68, were Percy Domfeld and Mrs. Earl Finch and Ed McChiskey and Mrs. Al Wincher. New Zealand woman stars in LA. meet LOS ANGELES (UPI) — A New Zealand woman pretty enough to be a model and the man who revolutionized the shot put both had good reason today to feel optimistic about their chances in the forthcoming Olympics. In a triangular meet of the Southan California Stxiders, Occidental College and Long Beach State, New Zealand's Doreen Porter and shot putter Parry O'Brien both demonstrated their abilities in Impressive fa shion." Miss Porter, who Is fratning here for the Olympics, posted an American record of :24 seconds for the 220-yard dash, and was one-tenth of a second off the American ladies mark for 100 yards in :10.7 seconds. O'Brien, an Olympic Games veteran and the first man to put the 16-pound ball beyond 60 feet, had a fine effort—62 feet a inch. He has compteed in three previous Olympic Games, winning two of them. Miss Porter also beat two of this nation's finer women sprinters, Marilyn White and Diana Wilson, in the 100-yard dash in :10.8 seconds. The woman vrbo won at the distance in 1960—WBma Rudolph — won't compete this year. The 220 -yard clocking com pared with the record of :24a set by Vivian Brown. O'Brien competed as a guest from the Pasadena Athletic Association, hurdler Brian PoBdnghome, who was timed in :14a seconds for 120 yards. The Stridors won the meet with 12114 points to 25% for Occidental, which in turn was scored as a dual victory over Long Beach State, 74-69. U. S. Marines stop 11.11 tennis feam The S. HiuiM* ftoppcd the University tilBieSlMBdt tei- ni> team 5 -4 Satmday moraiiic, bat the Bulldogs rallied for > 6 -3 win over LaJoDa'i Tendi Chib in the attendoo. A strong team froin tbe Sao Diego Marfata Corp* Beeniit raising Center captured lour smgles matches and a^ doublet match in dumping the Bulldogs. The Bedlanders found easier going against the civilians from the LaJolla Tennis Chib, powering then: way to five dngles victories and a doubles win. Coach Jim Verdieck's netmen are away from home again da Wednesday when they meet Los Angeles State. Saturday's results: SINGLES( John Yeomans (R) def. Al LeClafre 6-1; 6-1; Bill Payne (MC) def. Bich Morris 0-6, 6-3, 6A; Chilly Earl (HC) del Bin Eoyt (B) 6 -2, &0; John Boss (MC) del Bill Schoen 6 -2, 6-3; Doug dark (MC) def. Steve Hamflton 64, 6-1; Steve Pea- ock (B) del Charles Treble 6-1, 6-2. DOUBLES: Morris & Yeomans (B) def. LeClaire & Payne 6-3, 6-3; Earl & Clark (MC) def. Schoen & Hoyt 64, 12-10; Hamflton Ic Peacock (E) del Bankhead & Ross 6-2, 6-2. Final score: San Diego Marine Corps 5, University of Bedlands, 4. SINGLES: John Yeomans (B) del Don White 6-3, 6-3; Bich Morris (B) del Jay Ttaner 6-3, 5-7, 8-6; Bill Hoyt (BJ del Stan S. C. squelches Oregon's bid for upset So. Calif. —Arir. Track By United Press Inttmalienal Southern California squelched an Oregon bid for an upset Saturday, sweeping a dual meet atj Los Angeles 82-63. The powerful Trojans, who lost their only dual meet since 1945 to Oregon two years ago. Redlands swimmers winawaitk Bedlands swiramos liianght 'home 16 awards from the AAU meet in Pasadena durinjg the Iweekend. Thirteen members of tbe Redlands Swim Qub participated ia the two-day invitational meet in which more than 400 swimmers were entered. The Bedlands team is sponsored by the city Becreation department and ii coached by Larry Munz. Bill Shawver of Bedlands, j swimming in the 9-10 age group, group,' led the team with five first places. He won the 1100 - yard individual medley (1.15.0), the 50-yard backstroke (35.5), the 50-yard freestyle (29.7), the 50-yard butterfly (31.7) and the 100-yard frees^le (1.- the shot put,' the long jump, and the discuss — and took first and second in the triple jump. Bob Day of VCLA ran the fastest mfle of the outdoor college frack season against Stanford's Paul Schlicke Saturday in a time of 4:01.8, but the Indians still whipped the Bruins 103-42 in the dual meet at Stanford. l^e Camp Poidleton Marines defeated Arizona and New Mex- Westem in a triangular meet at 'Ricson, Ariz., Saturday, despite a stellar performance by the Wildcats Gayle Hopkins, he set a new school record for the triple jump with a leap of 50 feet, 5^ inches and also won the broad jump and the high jump. The Marines had 100 points to Arizona's 73 and New Mexico Western's 7. Brigham Young University scored an 83-61 win over a crippled Arizona State University team at Tempe, Ariz. Elsewhere, the University of California at Santa Barbara edged the host Cal Poly of San Luis Obispo team Saturday, 7768, in a dual meet In a triangular meet, host Occidental won over California State at Long Beach 74-69 and then lost to the Southern California Striders 121%-25V4. No score was kept on the Striders versus Long Beach. Other weekoid scores included Claremont Mudd 101-Pomona 44; Bedlands 116-Cal Poly of Pomona 27; Cal Western 106-San Fernando Valley State 39. fB) def. Bob Hagey 6-4, 3-6, 6-3; Steve Hamilton (B) del Charles Fitch 6-3. 6-4; Larry Daly (L) def. Steve Peacock 6-3. 2-6, 9-7. DOUBLES: Morris & Yeomans (B) del Turner 4 Griffin 4-6, 6-2, 6-2; Canning & Daly (L) del Schoen & Hoyt 4-6, 64, 6-2; Hagey & White (L) del Hamflton & Peacock 64, 6-3. Final score: U. of Bed lands 6, La JoUa TC 3. STANDINGS Nitional Leigua PMladelphla San Francisco St Louis Cincinnati Pittsburgh Mflwaukee Houston Chicago New York Los Angeles Saturday's Results Pittsburgh 9 New Yoric 5 St Louis 3 San Francisco 2 Chicago 7 Philadelphia 0 Houston 4 Mflwaukee 2 Cincinnati 3 Los Angeles 0 Sunday's Results New York 6 Pittsburgh 0 Philadelphia 8 Chicago 1 Mfl. 3 Los Ang. 2 (12 inns.) w. L. Pet. CB 4 1 .800 4 2 .667 % 4 2 .667 V4 3 2 .600 1 3 2 .600 1 3 3 JSOO VA 2 3 .400 2 2 3 .400 2 1 4 .200 3 1 5 a67 3V4 Santa Clara Swim club wins third title PITTSBURGH (UPI)-Coach George Haines has every reason to be proud of the members of his Santa aara (Calif.) Swim Clab. They won their third consecutive team title in the Nation al AAU women's indoor swim ming and diving championships at the University of Pittsburgh's Trees Pool Sunday in convincing manner with 130R points. Second place went to the (Sty of Commerce team of Temple, Calif., with 57 points. Other team scoring included Dick Smith Chib of Phoenix, Aiiz:, 46; Biviera (Hub of Indianapolis, Ind., and Los Angeles Athletic Club 32 each; Summit YMCA, Summit, N.J., 27; Foothflls Quatic Chib of Los Altos, Calif., 21, and the Golden Lion Swim Club of Detroit 12. Donna de Varona of Santa Clara took high point honors with 26. The 16-year-old swim mer set an American record in the 200-yard butterfly event with a time of 2:10.5. It was one of four records broken Sonday. The old time was 2:13.7. All American meet records were snapped during the four- day event Cathy Ferguson of Los Angeles bettered the old mark of 1 :02a in the 100-yard backstroke with a mark of 1:01.5. years and currently hunting a sixth straight post-season cronn, took a one-game lead in the best-of-seven series opener Saturday night You might normally expect the opening-game losers to practice Sunday wUle the winners took it off. However, Warrior Ck>ach Alex Hannum gave his squad Sunday off on grounds that they were still; tired from thdr long and rigorous series with St Louis. But Boston Coach Bed Auerbach ordered the usual shooting drill for his successful charges. Tbe Buss en • (3iamberlain opening game dud, which ended prematurely, saw the bearded Boston pivot score only nine points but grab 25 rebounds to 23 for wat Chamberlain scored 22 points but only 13 of them whfle BusseU was in the game. Tbe femous art treamre, the "Adoration of the Lainb" altarpiece of Ghent, painted by the Flemish masters Jan and Hubert Van Eyck, has not always remained safely at the cathedral in Ghent Removed in 1816, it was brought together again under the Treaty of Versailles. Ibi picture was again taken away by the Germans in World War n, but was restored in 1945. eiatTdefwdia Iritwlea St Louis 6 Houston 1 (night) San Francisco 13 Cincinnati 6 Tuesday's Games Phfladelphia at New York Pittsburgh at Chicago Cincmnati at Houston (night) (Only games scheduled) American League Baltimore Minnesota Detroit Boston Los Angeles Cleveland Chicago Washington Kansas City New York Saturday's Results Baltimore 2 New York 1 CSiicago 10 Boston 5 Detroit 3 Los Angeles 2 Minnesota 8 Washington 6 Kansas Gty at Cleveland ppd. Sonday't Result* KC 5 Wash 1 (1st cafled top of 7, rain) KC at Wash, (2nd, pdd., rain) MinnesoU 12 Detroit 3 (1st gm) w. L. Pet. GB 4 1 .800 4 2 .667 Vi 3 2 .600 1 2 2 .500 VA 2 2 JSOO VA 1 1 JSOO VA 2 3 .400 2 2 4 .333 2VS 1 2 ,3.T3 2 1 3 .250 Detroit 3 Minnesota 1 (2nd gm) LA at (He, 2 gms, pdd., rain New York 5 Baltimore 3 Chicago 6 Boston 0 (Only games scheduled) Tuesday's Games Detroit at Los Angeles (night) Geveland at Kan City (night) Washington at Minnesota (Only games scheduled) Bulldog Lee Johnson puUed the most outstanding track mark out of the bag at the University of Bedlands-Cal Poly meet Saturday when he put the shot 58-2V% for his best outdoor toss of the season and the top throw in the conference. The Bnlldogs defeated Cal Poly by a bpsided 116-27 varsity score and a 115V^ to ZlVi frosh score. Whfle Coach Ted Bunner termed Johnson's feat the outstanding one of the meet there were iron man performances by Jack Vanderknyff and Jim Mccracken which contributed mightfly to the lopsided victory. Vanderknyff won the 100, the 220, the 440 and took second in the 880 and ran on the 440 and the mfle relayteams. He won the 100 in 10 flat immediately fter winnins tiie 440 hi 49.6. Terri Stickles of Santa COara won the 250-yard freestyle in 2:32. The old mark was 2:34.5. And Santa Clara won the 400- yard medley relay in the record time of 4:07.3. Tbe old mark was 4:09.5. Mrs. Barbara Talmage of Phooiix, Ariz., won all ttree diving events — the one-meter, three-meter and platform. Soccer tourney in final round LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Kickers - Victoria and Scandia teams today were in the finals of the California State Soccer Chami^onships. The winner of the finals meets San Francisco's champion. Scandia reached tiie finals by defeating the Steves 3-1 Sunday, whfle the Kickers edged Occidente, 3-2. Bruins def eot Stanford 6-3 STANFOBD (UPI) - The UCLA tennis team, led by Davis Cup member Arthnr Ashe defeated Stanford's Betters. 6 -3, Saturday. Johnson vs. Casey SANTA MONICA (UPO-For. mer world light heavyweight boxing champion Harold Johnson, 35, a stiU skfllful 18 year ring veteran, makes his fifsti California appearance tonight in a 10-round bout with Hank Casey at Civic Auditorium. CUP WINNER - Paul <5errard, right, won the 1964 President's cup golf tournament ot Redlands Country club Sotur- day afternoon when ha defeated E. D. Patterson, Jr., left, 5 and 4 In the final round. Finals in the vice-president's cup are plonned for next weekend. (Photo by John Hort) Johnson hurls shot 58-2.5 in U.R. meet And McCIracken won the high hurdles, ran on boUi relay teams plus scoring three seconds and a third in other events. Former Yueaipa Cempetiter BuUdog shotputter Johnson is a former Yueaipa high school competitor, graduating in 1961. This is his first real year of competition for tiie UB. He com peted for tiie L. A. Striders last year whfle a UB student since he had to sit out a year to become eligible after fransferring to Bedlands from Oregon State. Johnson's best mark — made indoors — was a 58-5 in a Portland NCAA meet Coach Bunner noted that mark starts the qualifying rungs for the Olympics. Despite his fremendous heave, Johnson was bested unofficiaUy by John McGrath, an Oxy graduate student who managed a 58- iVi toss on his last attempt 440 relay — Bedlands (Albin, Haworth, McCracken, Vander­ knyff) 42 .6. Mfle — Kennedy (B), Goyette (B). Wyper (B) 4:20.9. 100 — Vanderknyff (B), Torrence (CP). Lamb (B) 49.6. 100 — Vandcorknyff (B), Albin (B), UcCracken (B), 10.0. 120 HE - McCracken (B). Lewis (CP) 39.5. 2 -MjIe — Hart (CP). Kennedy (B), Goyette (B) 9:44.0. Mfle relay — Bedlands (Mc- DoweU, Haworth, McCracken, Vanderknyff) 3:25 .0. High jump — Edwards (B), McCracken (B), West (CP) 6-2. Pole vault — Kirk (E), West (CP), McCracken (E) tie Iverson (B) Long jump — Albin (B), Mc Cracken (B) Pickett (CP) 2110%. Triple jump — Albin (B), Pic-| kett (CP), Wood (B) 44-5. Shot put — Johnson (B), Stumpf (CP), Moats (B) 58 -2%. Discus — Weyand (R), Scrivens (E), West (CP) 139-3%. Javelin — Lincohi (E), West (CP), Tucker (CP) 187-8. Final score: Bedlands 116, Cal Poly 27. FROSH 440 relay — Bedlands (Larson, Cummings, Kramer, Ma son) 43a; Mfle — Fflhart (CP) 4 :53 .7; 440 — Schauer (B) 50.3; 100 — Mason (B) 10.0; 120 HH — Talbot (B) 15.6; 880 - Mason (B) 1:57.5; 220 — Kramer (B) 22.8; 330 IH — Talbot (B) 41 .7; 2-Mfle — Ffllhart (CP) 10 :56 .2; Mfle relay — Bedlands (Moore, Cummins, Kramer, Ma son) 3:27 .6; High jump — Talbot (E) 5-8; Pole vault — Kukea (B) 13-U?i; Long jump — Phfllips (B) 20 -7%; Triple jump — PhflUps (B) 38-U; Shot put — Orr (B) 44-9%; Discus— Orr (E) 129 -5%; Javelin — Phfl­ lips (B) 152 -5%. Final score: Bedlands 115%, Cal Poly 27%. 10 go to post at Alamitos LOS ALAMITOS (UPI) — A field of 10 top sprinters, headed by Giddy Gfll, was scheduled to go postward today in the featured Anaheim Purse at Los Alamitos Bace Track. This week's quarter horse racing wiU be climaxed Saturday by tiie $14,000 - added Pacific Coast Quarter Horse Bacing Association Derby. The 10 fastest qualifiers in last Saturday's Derby Trial earned starting posts in the Derby. Hugh Huntley's two 3-year-old fillies, Go- getta and Pokey Chargette, swept both divisions of the trial. Bedlands swimmers 04.6). OUicr I were: Bruce Kocsis (11 - 12 age group) — 100 yard butterfly, fourth; 200-yard freestyle, fifUi; 200-yard individual medley, sixth. Larry Boxer (11-12 age group) — lOO yard butterfly, third place. PhUUp Davis (11-12 age group) — Swam the 100-yard breaststroke and the 200 • yard , freestyle. ' Kathy Shawver — 100 y a r d backstroke, second place. Karen Martin (7-8 age group) — 50 yard breaststroke, fourth place. Shannon Spence (13-14 age group) — 100-yard breast- sbroke, second place; and three heat ribbons in the 200-yard individual medley, 100-yard backstroke and 100-yard freestyle. Marty-Davis (7-8 age group) — Swam 50-yard freestyle hi 37.9 seconds for a heat ribbon. Peter Davis (9-10 age group) — Swam in the 50-yard butterfly, the 100-yard freestyle and the IDO-yard individual medley. Pinky CHiambers (13-14 age group) — Entered the lOO-yard backstroke, the lOO-yard f r e e- style and the 100 - yard butterfly. Fred Ott (13-14 age group)— Entered the lOO-yard freestyle. Joe Ott (13-14 age group) — Swam in the lOO-yard freestyle, the 200-yard individual medley and the 400-yard freestyle. Wanapanka wins again AGUA CALIENTE Mexico (UPI) — Inimitable and Wana­ panka showed impressively in weekend perfoirmances at Caliente, living up to predictable support from bettors. Wanapanka scored his third sfraight victory and.his sixth in nine starts by capturing the six- furlong Alexandria Purse Sunday. He returned $3.40, $2.60 and $2.60. In Saturday's top race. Inimitable, a venerable seven yean of age, beat Papagallo by three- quarters of a length. The winner paid $6.80, $3.60 and $2.60. Californio crews win LOS ANGELES (UPD-Cali- fomia's crew teams won aH three divisions frtim UCLA and Southern California Saturday in a regatta at Ballona Creek. VCLA. finished second in Die varsity and junior varsity evoits. use was second In the frosh race. OUT — Los Angeles Dodgers Tommy Davis slides into the tag and is out attempting to steal second in the game Sunday with Milwaukee. The throw was from catcher Ed Bailey to Frank Boiling. The Dodgers lost 3-2, their fifth straight defeat which plunged them to lOlh (last) place in the Notional League. (UPI Telephoto}.

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