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Xtdhinds Daily facts »-Ties, April n, JJM Fox stars as Colts beat Cardinals 7-1 Br United Press IntcmaKond General Manager Paul Rich- wdsof the Eoaston Colts ma; have pulled the coup of the win ter trading season when he ac quired Nelson Fox from the Chicago White Sox for two minor league players vahied at $100,000. At 36 Fox doesn't have too many big league seasons left but the Colts are worried more about the present than the future. And for the present, at least. Fox is paying off like a runaway slot machine in a Las Vegas night club. The little second baseman, who collected more than 2,500 hits in 17 American League seasons, is batting .364 after six games in the National League and Monday night shared hon ors with pitcher Dick Farrell as the Colts beat the St. Louis Cardtoals, 7-1, for their third win of the year. Hit Kay Blows Fox drove in four runs with a two-run single and a two-run triple to provide the key blows behind the four-hit pitchmg of FarrelL He capped a four-run rally that drove Ray Sadecki to cover in the second inning with the two-run single and tripled home two more runs oS reliever Harry Fanok in the fourth. Farrell, whose low fast baU is very effective in the Houston park, struck out seven, walked four and allowed only one Cardinal to reach third until Ken Boyer homered in the ninth. Eddie Kasko and John Bateman each had two hits in the nine- hit Houston attack. IVillie Mays zoomed his average to .4U as the San Francisco Giants downed the Cincinnati Reds, 5-2, the Milwaukee Braves dealt the Los Angeles Dodgers their sixth' straight loss, 7-1, and the Bos ton Red Sox whipped the New York Yankes, 4-0, in the only other games. McCevey Perks Up Mays lashed out two singles and a double and Willie McCovey, who had ben hitting .043, hit his first homer of the season to lead the Giants' seven - hit attack. Jack Sanford pitched a seven-hitter and struck out six to win his second game for the Giants. Ciuco Ruiz had three hits for Cincinnati. Bob SadowsK weathered soma rough going in the first inning and a fraction and then retired 21 consecutive batters before the Dodgers ended the shutout bid in the ninth on a single by Tommy Davis and a triple by Bon Fairly. Lee Maye homered for the Braves, who clinched the victory with three runs on thre singles and as| O'Brien thinks he can top his world record LOS ANGELES (tJPI) — Shot putter Dallas Long figures only few minor defects in his throwing stand in the way of| his adding two feet to his world record performance. The University of Southern California dentistry student told the Southern California Track and Field Writers and Coaches Association Monday be thoaght he could better Us recent throw of 65 feet, IVA inches which topped his previous world rec ord toss by one inch. 'I thou^t I was extremely slow and did- not get a good position with my right leg," he said. "If I can correct these faults I feel I can add a couple more feet to my best mark before the end of the year.' Long, asked who he considers Ms top challengers for the U.S. Olympic team, named Parry O'Brien, Texas A.&M. freshman Bandy Matson and Gary Gubner of New York if he recovers; from some recent injuries. "You can't discount O'Brien and I think hell make the team for the fourth time," Long said. Miler Jim Grelle of the Los Angeles Track Club who, along with Long, will be competing in the Ut San Antonio Relays on Sahirday, said the field that was entered could very easily produce a sub-fonr-minute mile His chief rival in the event will be Canada's Bill Crothers. Coach Elvin (Ducky) Drake of UCLA reported that C, K. Yang had been training hard for the decathlon at Mt San Antonio in the past few weeks and the world record holder in the 10-event competition should be m shape for a good performance. Meet director Hilmar Lodge of Mt San Antonio said nearly 3,000 high school, junior college; college, nniversi^ and club athletes will participate in the re lays this weekend. Vondy's Flash tops field LOS ALAMITOS (UPI) — Old timer Vandy's Flash was among the highly regarded entries today in the featured Brea Purse at 400 yards at Los Alamitos Race Track. The 10-year - old campaigner had six rivals in the race for grade AAA minus horses. Vandy's Flash has finished first twice in seven starts this sea- scm and second on three occa sions. Other challengers in the field were Triple Don, Woody's Request, Flow Author, Little THsb, Miss Moon Bar and Bar Hells. Jockey suspended LAUREL, Md. (UPI)-Jockey Paul £allai has been suspend-] ed by Laurel race track stewards for a period of 14 days for his careless ride on free trial last Saturday. many walks against Bob Wilier m the sixth. Nick Wmhite suffered the loss. Bill Monbougnette allowed seven hits in eight innings and star reliever Dick Badatz Struck out the side in the ninth although two men reached base to hand Yogi Berra and bis Yankes their fourth setback in five games. Rookie Tony Conig liaro homered and Carl Yas- trzemski tripled to lead the Bed Sox' attack. U.R. volleyball team to play Orange Coast For the first time, the University of Redlands has an in tercolle^ate volleyball team this year and will hold its first home game tomorrow at 7:30 |p.m. in the UR gym against Orange Coast college. | The new league consists of| the UB, University of California at Riverside, San Diego State, Orange Coast, Loyola, University of California at Santa Barbara, UCLA and Santa Monica City College. The first home match tomorrow will consist of three out of five games. The second home contest will be on April 29 agsdnst UCR, also at 7:30 p.m. Jack Iverson is captain of the ne wteam which wiD consist ofj Jack Cooper, Charlie Couch, Mike Gollong, Dave Hobs, Bryant Myers, George Newmyer, Larry Nelson and Fred Robinson. It's a Snap rp Be Cool hni Trim In Von ifeusen's -m K-roper" Snap-Tab Batiste Oxford One snap and this great tob collar stays pot, lays flat, won't wilf. And "417 V-Toper" means pure traditional tailoring! back pleat, hanger loop, tapered for the slim, trim look. For coolness — batiste oxford ith short sleeves. In white ond a variety of colon ot Redlands lawn bowlers in desert tourney PALM SPRINGS (UPI)-Sixteen teams begin competition today in the third annual Invitational Lawn Bowlmg Tournament at Smoke Tree Ranch. The seven-match, round-robin play will conclude Friday with the finals and presentation of the Lillian and Walt Disney Trophy. Disney will make the presentation himself. Teams competing are from Pasadena, Riverside, Holmby ffills, Hermosa Beach, Santa Barbara, Long Beach, Redlands, Laguna Beach, Pomona, Santa Monica, Beverly KHS, Newport] Beach and Smoke Tree Ranch. Dodgers lose another to Braves 7-1 LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The] last place World Champion Los Angeles Dodgers shook off the dust of their own stadium today and flew to St Louis in the hopes they could do better on the road than at home. The Dodgers ended their first] home stand with a smgle win m the opening game by Sandy Koufax. Then the roof fell in as they dropped six straigh games, climaxed by a 7-1 defeat Monday night at the hands of the Milwaukee Braves. It was the worst home stand for the Dodgers since they came] to Los Angeles seven years ago, surpassing their collapse in the final week of the 19S2 season when they dropped five out of six games. Willhite Too Wild "This was the first game in which I could fault the pitcher much," the unruffled manager Walt Alston commented after Monday night's loss. "But spite of his wildness, I was impressed with the work Nick Willhite in his first start ing assignment' Alston also was pleased with the relief work of Phil Ortega but had nothing to say about the debacle suffered by Bob Miller who took over for Willhite in the sixth and gave up three hits and three walks that accounted for three runs before retiring the side with the bases loaded. The Braves, on the other hand, got a brilliant pitchmg exhibition from young Bob Sa dowski who shut out the Dodgers for 81-3 innings before tiring, in the ninth. The second year hurler allowed only three luts ]until the ninth and from the second inning mitil the ninth he] retired 21 Dodgers in order, the on at Johnson kayoes Hank Casey SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPI) —Harold Johnson, former world light heavywdgbt champion, improved on his No. 2 national ranking Monday night by scoring an eighth round knockout over Hank Casey of San Francisco at Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. The Philadelphia boxer, who weighed in at 176, decked the 171-pound Casey for the first time in his career three times in the scheduled 10-rounder before a crowd of 2,000. Casey sank to the canvas from a right hand in the second round and went down from a series of blows to the head early in the eghth. The No. 9-ranked boxer was dropped for the thkd time by a hard right and referee Dick Young immediately raised Johnson's hand without a count at 1:19 of the round. Johnson now has a 72-9 record, compared to a 28-5-6 mark for his opponent He was a 3-1 favorite in the bout-his first appearance In a California ring. first 17 failing to get the baU out of the infield. In the nmth, however. Tommy Davis singled with one out and scored on Ron Fairly's first triple in two years. Lee Maye got the Braves on the scoreboard in the second inning with his first homer of the season. In the third, Willhite walked three men to load the bases and then Gene Oliver] smgled Felipe Alou home. Then Miller came in for the Dodgers the sixth after Willhite was lifted for a pinch hitter. Hei faced five batters before record' ing an out The Braves picked np 11 bits' off four Dodger pitchers with only Ortega failing to be tagged for any runs. Sadowski, although brilliant the mound, had his troubles the plate as he struck out five straight times to equal the major league record for a nine inning game held by several players. The young pitcher said be depended on his slider and fast ball to retire the Dodgers on all but six pitches. Coaches Can't Help Told that he had equaUed the strikeout record as a batter, Sadowski quipped, "The least the coaches could have done was give me a bimt sign once. The win moved the Braves linto a third place tie with the 1st Louis Cardmals witli 4-3 marks. The Dodgers were hopeful that they could do as weB on the road this season as they did the last two years when they had the best record away from home of any National League team. Tbey start off with 'Kon-, fax and Don Drysdale as thdr pitchers against the Cardhials. Six relay marks fall in elementary meet Six relay marks were toppled at the annual Optimist dub elementary school track meet finals Saturday morning and several other individual marks were also set, according to final results of the various events. New individual records were set by Keith Johnson of Smiley in the Class C boys 75-yard dash (9.5 sec.) and by Bruce] McBride of Franklm and Melissa Thompson of Crafton in field events. Bruce threw the baseball a distance ot 164-6Vi while Melissa's baseball throw for accuracy totaled a new high of 25 points. The field events were aH held Friday afternoon at Mentone and the track finals on the high school oval Saturday. Mechanics of the annual af- fail- were set up by the after school recreation leaders at each of the elementary schools in the Redlands district, under the direction of Howard (Buzz) Wagner. Judges from the Optimist club who conducted the finals and the prelims on Wednesday were D. Lowell Wells, Steve Hovanas, Lloyd Beal, Vince Fig^ns, Bill Hiltgen, Swen Larson, Jack Bray, A. E, Walker, Jack Cotner, Emerson Haverty, Warren Elliott Elmer Parks, Robert Inman and George Kline. Here are the complete results of both the field and track events, as furnished by the recreation director: Broad Jump Class A Girls Denise Gibson, Sm.; Elaine Pficks, Sm.; Dorcas Bryan, Mc Neely, Sm; Robert Roque, Lu 135". Class C Boys Manuel ^^mhateuro, Fr; Mark Collms, McK; Scott Burke, King; BDly Lantz, Cr; Joh Kaiser, Kings; Bruce Kocsis, K; Johnny Podres, sidelined with a polled moscle suffered in the] final ezhibttion game, may [ into action Friday at Milwaukee. Orange Street Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Can 7M-3221 Cowboys slate Green Bay game DALLAS (UPI) — The Dallas Cowboys completed their 1964 exhibition football sctedule Monday by booking the Green Bay Packers for a game here Aug. 29. The Cowboys, who have met the Packers tbree times in preseason games, have yet to re-| cord a victory in the series. Pre tennis tourney WASHINGTON (UPI) - Four top tennis pros — Pancho Gon zaies. Ken Bosewall, Rod Lav er and Lew Head — will be the top attractions during a six-i day, $15,000 indoor pro tennis tournament to be held at the University of Maryland Field House May 19 -24. Josephine Flores, Lu; Dorris Oakes, Ment; Bettina Nunn, Sm; 12'1%". Class B Girfs Lisa Jones, Sm; Lili Reinerth, Sm; Brenda Stdnner, Ment; Marty Farquhar, Cr; Maria Arzaga, Lu; Donna Delauter, Mc K; U'7". Class C Girls Marie Aldama, Lu; Cheryl Webster, Sm; JoAnne Barron, Lu; May Sue Neely, Sm; Deb orah Gray, Cr; Nancy Popp, King; 13'2". Class O Girls Paula Barr, Fr; Patti Paul, Sm; Angle Resendez, Cram; Cathy Sai, Sm; Janet House, McK; Tawny Pipp, Engs; 12'. Basketball Toss Class A Girls Chrissey Lindsey, Cr; Jerry Anderson, McK; Christy Jacobs, Sm; Kate Sutter, Sm; Joyce Komura, McK; Jeanne Johnson', Ment; 13 bask. Ties 1963 record. Class B Girls Francis Wunderlicb, Sm; Ka thy Gross, McK; Peggy Sauer, Sm; Edith Liberto, McK; Mari' lyn Harrison, Cr; C^thia Vasquez, Lu; 15 bask. Class C Girls Eva Montgomery, Cr; Janel Beach, Sm; Sharon Dean, Kimb; Kris Capps, Cr; Charlotte Nagy, Sm; Leslie Sanborn, Sma4 bask. Class D Girls Diane Smith, Cr; Debbie Cook Bmb; Laura Aragon, McK; Susie Jacmto, Cr; Denise Cadwallader, McK; Karen Stultz, Mc; 16 bask. B.B. Throw Accuracy 5 Balls Class A Girls Amelia Arrescao, Ment; Abbie Castro, Lu; Deane Oakes, Ment; Jinice Shier, Sm; Joyce Komua, McK; Suzanne McCus kcr, Mc; 17 pts. ' Class B Girls Kathy Ademick, Sm; Rhoda Strowmatt, Lu; Monica Hernandez, Cram; Edith Liberto, McK; Shauna Woods, McK; Syl\da Garcia, Lu; 25 pts. ^es 1962 record. Class C Girls Janel Beach, Sm; Leslie Day, iLucy (Jutotent IM; Eva Montgomery. Cr; liarie Jo Academia. Cram; Betsy Bums, McK; 19 pts. Class D Girls Melissa Thompson, Cr; Karen Boogher, Kimb; Dorothy Ard, Lu; Ton! Jacobs, Sm; Linda Hill, Cram; Sbuon Brue, Lu; 25 pts. (new record) High Jump Class A Boys Leroy Polidore, Ment; Irving Win?ate, Lu; Ricardo Brown, Lu; Timmy Edwards, Fr; Mike Baldwin, Sm; 4*. Class B Beys Lon Tfaaroldson, Mc; Steve Burton, Sm; Denids Soto, Lu; Mike Stickney, Sm; Jim Geis- smger, Sm; Richard Cabral, Rr; 4'4". Class C Beys Art Martinez, Lu; Keith Johnson, Sm; Eddie Miller, McK; John Rundle, Sm; Bill Cunning ham, Sm; Ennis Dixon, Lu; 4'- BOWL FOR mm RECREATIOH Smmer leagats How hming Men's - Women's - Mixed Openings now available for all morning and night fime (8 p.m.) leagues Pbone 793-252S lor hiormf'm EMPIRE BOWL 840 W. Celton Ave. Lu; 13'2". Class C Beys Daryl Shelby, Fr; David Bishop, Kings; Earl Heam, Lu Tim Mannuig, Kngs; Mik Knotts, Kimb; Fleming Oliver, Ment; 13'6V4". B.B. Throw Distance Class A Boys Irving Wingate, Lu; Art Salveson, Sm; Jeff Edwell, Sm Nate Harbin, Ment; Steve Bog -j ers, Sm; Dennis Hernandez, Lu Class B Beys Adi Bock, McK; CharUe Roberts, McK; Roger Stafford Ment; Rex Mangum, Cnm Ricky Russo, McK; Mike Stickney, Sm; 156'8W". Class C Boys Bruce McBride, Fr; W a y n Gordiner, Kimb; Larry Will Fr; Billy Lantz, Cr; Emmett Rodriquez, Cr; Jon Speer, Sm 164'6V4", (new record) Class D Beys BiU Bristow, Ment; Fred Stafford, Cr; Ralph Garcia, Cr; Greg Steel, Ment; Bob Bender, Kings; Mike Damon, Cr; 186' m". Class A Girls 40 Yd. Dash Anita Bloomindale, McK; Denise Gibson, Sm; Ginge (Cunningham, Sm; Janie Moore, Cr; Kathy Bell, Sm; Jesica Bohas, Ment; 6.0 sec. Class B Girls 40 Yd. Dash Debbie Pugel, Lu; Jenn Geer, Lu; Peggy Sauer, Sm Debbie Farquhar, Cr; L i n d Qem, Sm; Diane Collins. Cram 5.9 sec. Class C Girls 50 Yd. Dash Marie Aldama, Lu; JoAnn Baron, Lu; Lucy Quintana, Lu Judy Ctoleman, Sm; Cheryl Webster, Sm; Shirley Grover, Sm; 7.2 sec. Class D Girls 50 Yd. Dash Cathy Morse, Sm; Beatrice (Jomes, C^am; Bonnie Detrick, Kings; Patty Paul, Sm; Karon Boogher, Kimb; Angle Resendez, Cram; 7.2 sec. Class A Boys 40 Yd. Dash Eddie Wilson. Lu; David Clem, Sm; Leroy Polidore, Ment; David Rosenberger, Sm Bill Bloonungdale. McK; 5.9 sec. Class B Beys 40 Yd. Dash Hesper Stroud, Lu; David Henderson, Ment; Bob Aldama,. Li; Brian Bries, Sm; Dave Dykstra. McK; Rex Brady, Sm; 5.7 sec. Class C Boys 50 Yd. Dash John Kaiser, King; Manuel Vmeteiro, Fr; Bruce McBride, FT; Bill Cunningham, Sm; Phil Alford, Sm; Scott Burke, King; 7.0 sec. Class D Beys 50 Yd. Dash Todd Lindsey, Cr; BiU Bristow, Ment; "Urn Manning, King; Fred Stafford, Cr; David Bishop, King; David Cook, Kimb; 6.8 sec. Ties 1963 record. Class A Beys M Yd. Dash Gary Hoving, Sm; Brian Forquer, King; Mike Hill, Lu; David Henley, Sm; Robert Dally, Sm; Jerry Keith, McK; 8.5 sec. Class B Boys 60 Yd. Dash Jim Geissmger, Sm; Rex Mangum, Cram; Mike Casey, Ment; Dennis Soto, Lu; Randy iTestman, Lu; Tim Nicholson, McK; 8.0 sec. Class C Bey* 75 Yd. Dash Keith Johnson, Sm; Ennis Dixon, Lu; Ricky Creatura, Sm; Carlos Ramirez, Lu; Eddie MH-] ler, McK; Mike Grimes, Sm; 9.5 sec. (new record) Class D Beys 7S Yd. Dash Ralph Garcia, Cr; Bob Bender, King; Jim Sill, Sm; Nor-{ man Mcintosh, Ment; Chuck Bdlue, Cr; Earl Heam, Lu; 10. 1 sec. Relays Class A Girl* Smiley — Ginger, (Running-] ham, Kathy BeQ, Denise Gibson, Oiristy Jacobs. McKinley — Anita Bloomingdale, Dorcas Bryan; Terry Sigmon, Joyce Komura. Mentone — Beth MacKende, Jessica Rojas, Dorris Oakes Diane Oakes; 26.7 sec. (new record) Class B Girls Lugonia — Debbie Pugel, Jenny Geer, Virginia Jones. Sharon Grenek. Mentone — Holly Hovanas, Amelia Arredonda, Carol Matthews, Jeanie Johnson. McKinley — Jean Brian, Deh- by Shull, Susan Grove. Helen Roberts; 27.9 sec. Class C Girls Lugonia — Marie Aldama, Jo Ann Baron, Lucy (iuintana, Lupe Calderone. Smiley — CHieryl Webster,' Judy Coleman. Shirley (Jover, May Sue Neely. Crafton — Ijnda TUH. Deborah Gray, Eva Montgomery, Christine Lloyd; 26.5 sec. (new record) Class D Girls Smiley — Cathy Morse, Patti Paul, Cathy SHI, Janice Holman. Cram — Beatrice Gomez, Angle Resendez, Sandra Ruis, Marie Jo Academia. McKinley — Janet House, Jane Cordoza, Mary Clark, Denise Cadwallader; 27.2 sec. (new' record) Class A Beys Smaey — David C^em, David Henley, Steve Rogers, Gary Hoving. Lugonia — Eddie Wilson, Mike Hill, Tony Dominguez, Randall Houghton. McKinley - Bill Lusk, BlUi Bloomingdale, Jerry Keith, Jim Anderson; 26.4 sec. Class B Bey* Celtics trample Warriors 124-101 in second game BOSTON. (UPI)-If. as WiK Chamberlain said, San Francisco can end the Boston Celtics' championship spree. Wilt and his Warriors better get cracking. The final round of the National Basketball Association's long playoff extravaganza shifts to San Francisco sUrting Wednesday night for game number three. The fourth meeting between playoff champions of the East and the West will be played there Friday night But the Celtics haven't sold a single ticket for a fifth meeting hi the best-of-seven series. That is because after whipping Cm- cinnati, four games to one, they've built a 2-0 lead in games over the Warriors. Red Auerbach, the NBA coaching dean whose team is seeking its sixth straight playoff title and seventh in eight seasons, had to jerk out all the stops Monday night — to keep from giving the Warriors a record drubbing. The Celtics were leading by 35 points early in the fourth quarter when Auerbach lit his famed victory cigar and went into acdon. He pulled starters and top reserves and swept his extensive Boston bench. When the game ended, the Celtics had won by only 23 points, 124-101. From a statistical standpoint, Sam Jones topped Boston with 31 points. Tom Heinsohn had 20 more. Chamberlain rolled up 32 and Tom Meschery popped in 24 in the losmg cause. And in addition to outscoring Bill Russell, 32-9, Chamberlain had 25 rebounds to 24 for Russell. Lugonia — Hesper Stroud, Danny Btorgan, Danny Bernal, Dennis Soto. McKmley — Charlie Roberts, Lon Tharaldson,-Dave Dykstra, Greg Elgin. Mentone — l^Uke Casey, Fred dy Vanegas, Don Riggers, Glen, Boyd; 25.8 sec (new record) Class B Bey* Smiley — Keith Johnson, BUI, Cunningham, Ricky Creatora, Jon Speer. Franklin — Manuel Vinhatei- Bruce McBride, Dennis Krantz, Richard Cabral. Kingsbury — Brian Forquer, Keith Brown. Lee Steiler, Scott Burke; 25.0 sec (new record) Class D Beys Kingsbury — Bob Bender, David Bishop, David Vernon, John iKaiser. Crafton — Fred Stafford, Chuck Bellue, Kerry Dunn, Ricky Hughes. Kimberly — Mike Knotts, Jeff Austin, Carl Emerick, David Cook; 25.1 sec. (new record)' Belgian whips field in 68th Boston Marathon BOSTON (UPI)-The Umted States physical fitness program hasn't reached the extensive ranks of the nation's marathoners yet In fact Uncle Sam's distance runners appear to be Class D Beys Bill Reeves, Sm; Jim Sill, Sm; Larry Keister, McK; Glem ing Oliver, Meat; Steve Lessack, Sm; David Borer, Lu; 4'-] 3". Bread Jump Class A Beys Randal Houghton, Lu; Char-1 lie Stevens, Cr; Richard Rems- vold, Cr; Tony Dominguez, Lu; Jerry Miller, Cram; Ricky Starbuck, McK; ll'SVi". Class B Beys Mike Casey, Ment; Dave Dykstra, McK; Randy Sample, Lu; Randjr Taitman, Lu; John Braves not to crack down onSpahn LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Milwaukee Braves .Manager Bobby Bragan will take no disdplinaiy action against star pitcher Warren Spahn and a rookie player for an after hours incident at Houston, Tex., early Saturday mommg. "We have no cuifew on this dub," Bragan said Monday, 'and I don't think we need on as long as the players dont embarrass me or the ball club," Spahn, who pitched here Sun-] day, was arrested in the com pany of catcher Phil Roof, 23, and four married couples on a charge of drinking after legal hours. They were released after posting a $10 bond. "As I understand if said Bragan, "the incident occurred only 10 nunutes after dosmg! fime. I see no reason to fine either one." Bars dose in Houston at a.m. Bragan was firmly behind his 42-year-old pitching ace. He said Spahn never did "one thmg to discredit himself or his team, ril go along with a guy like that" mite slower than tbey used to be. It was a Belgian champion, Aurele Vandendriessche, who whipped a group of foreign] challengers in Monday's 68th Boston AA marathon. "Vandy," who said he enjoyed his "easy race," thas became the Uth visa-carrier among the last 19 cbampions. Vandendriesscb staged a sue- essful defense of his own 1963 record victory to become only the fifth man to win the Boston race in successive years. And he finished a matter of two ffiinntes better thas he predicted before the race that bis winning time would be. Though the foreign field wasj sharply curtailed in this Olympic year, visitors still managed to grab eight ol the top ten places. "Vandy's" official winaing time was 2 hours. 19 minutes and 59 seconds. 62 secotda oft his own record. The next i^e finishers were] Finland's Tenbo -Salakka, aec- ood in 2:20 :48 and several hundred yards bdiiad Vandeodries- sche; third, B«n Wallingtbrd of| Hamilton, Ont; fixirth, Paavoi Results of last night's leagues at Empire Bowl: 800 Handicap Standings: Calimesa Pharmacy 38-22, Carini and Marchese 37-23, American Furniture 33V^-26^, Jacinto and Son 33-27, Redlands Sanitation 3228, Gutter Tramps 29-31, United Citrus 26%-33V4, Herman's Fumihire 26V4-33V4, Walts Carpet 22V4-37H, Cookson and Co. 22-38. High Game — Dave Deitzel 246. Series — Ira Anthony 646. 200 Club — Dave Dietzd 246, 202, Ira Anthony 233, 214, Jack McEkoy 201, Bobby West_208, Don Gibson 221, Bill Nimmo m, Claude Hill 204, Bruce Erickson 243, Ted Bender 243, Joe Perry 200, Floyd Lee 211, Emmett Baack 219. 885 Majors Standings: Culligans Soft Water 66W-29V4. Skyberg Const Co. 58^^-37^, EUs Heating and Air 55-4014, State Farm Ins. 4947, Bin Youngs Service 49-47, SteakeatersInn 45^-49H, Knights Flying A 45^1, Jet Music Co. 40-56. Burgeson Heating and Air 38V4-59Vi, Wallen Pontiac ssa-eoa. 200 Club — Low Vogt 255, Jerry Bullock 213, Robert Nottingham 246, 212, 643, Chuck Dundas 234, 205, 633, Roland Mason 231, Bob Phelps 212, 208, 20O, 620, Clint Burspn 236, Rich Sepulveda 204, Bob Lawrence 203, Roman Swantek 210, 204, 202, 6ie. Al Otterbeck 201, George Lmcohi 211, Bob Evancek 202, Lau Green 20O, Hick Houchin 242, Joe Council 217, Bob Dcetrick 225. Bob Nottingham 643, Rich Gnehera 225, 216, Ray Perrung 231, 206, 630, Jerry Lepening 200, Ray Mabin Rich Mulder 214, 211, Rid Pool 209, BiU KidweU 200, Bill Nottingham 217, Duayne Sauvage 201, Robm White 225, Gene Nottingham 225, Sonny Capehart 225, 225, 619. Sunday DoNut Club Betty Wallace and Clint Burson, 1419, first place; Carole Clay and Art QuinUna, 1344, second place; Katy Tolliver and Howard Collins, 1330, third place. King of the Hill Norm Parker Jr. edged defending champ Rich Sepulveda three strikes to two. "The optional jackpot was captured by AI Bento who totaled 28 strikes for both squads. Pystynen of Finland; fifth, Hal Higdoa of Chicago; dztb, Toronto's Dave Ellis; seventh, Jobnny Keltey aS Groton, Coon., the only home-grown winner (1957) in nearly two decades; dghth, Argentina's Osvaldo Snarez; ninth, Paul Hoffman Of Toronto; and tenth. Bin ABen of On tario. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances win find a ready mar- ktt tbrougb aassified Ads. Stengel still weoring Yank underwear NEW YORK (UPI) - Casey Stcngd is being stripped of another memento of his days as a Yankee. Stengd sheepishly revealed Monday that his vdfe is annoyed by the fact he stiU wears underwear with a Yankee emblem embroidered on the right leg although he now manages the New Yatk Mets. "She is very disturbed about the writers seemg me in my Yankee underwear," Stengd said. "She is going to buy me some Met underwear." Raised Flag A small group of Americans defied Mexico by hauling down the Mexican flag and raising the Bear Flag of Califonua in its place on June 14, 1846, at Sonoma.

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