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.kedlands Daily facts 12-Moa,*pHI27,UH Bulldogs take twin bill from Oxy Vtuversity of Redhnds pitchers Jim Kogan and Gary Sherman stopped Occidental Tigers 2-1 and 4-1 Saturday on tlie BuU- dogndiamood in a SCIAC double header. Tomorrow coach Paul Taylor's basebaHers host Pomona college at 3 pjn. in a conference tussle. Occidental was previously un- „ . beaten but Hogan pitched a five I Ron Stutt's mermen was Bill Bedlands high will have three individuals and two relay teams in the California Interscbolastic Federation swimming finals Friday evening at Beverly Hills high school. Leading the way for coach hitter in the opener and fanned 10 of the ngers. He wrapped up his own win with a RBI and a run in the third inning for the 2-1 margin. Sherman allowed Oxy nine hits in the nightcap but kept the lid on for the win. The lone Tiger run in the fifth inning was un earned. Occhhnlal AB R. Thorn 2b 4 0 •Wheeler ss 4 0 Beachamlb 3 0 Keeler 3b 2 0 Ruftocr c 3 0 Mabrey cf 3 0 Woneless rf 3 1 Paulson If 3 0 Woodp _2 2 Totals :....2T 1 Redtendt AB R. H. Cortez 3b 3 0 1 Hickey If 3 0 2 Moore 0 3 0 0 SheltOD cf 3 0 0 Parks lb 3 0 0 Beck rf 3 0 0 Acres ss .1 0 1 Wegner 2b 2 1 0 Hogan p 2 1 1 Totals 23 2 5 . Score by innings: OccidenUl ... ODD 000 1—1 7 0 .. 002 000 X -2 5 0 Ruflher; Hogan & Brandenberger who took first place m the 100 butterfly in 54.5 in the qualifying meet Saturday at Santa Monica City College. Freestyler Jim Gardner tied for third in the SO free in the varsity division. Dean Kacl^ey in the B class tied for first in U.R. relay team second in Mt. Sac event University of Redlands m i I e I relay team finished second to, I Long Beach State CoQege Saturday in the Mt San Antonio Re-{ lays. Coach Ted Runner's thm- clads set a new Bulldog record for the four lapper of 3:14.8. Making up the team were Jim Schauer, 52.0, Rich McDowell, 47.5, Elliott Mason 48.8 and Jack ... ,/v ^ • tr J --.u VanderKnyff 46J anchor. ?^%?.f freshman mile relya team l^evrsiSfmedleyreUy team ?f of Mike Patella. Jim Gardner, G«y Cummms and Elhott Ma- BiU Brandenberger and Don f° f^' ^ ?! Battersby were second in 1:46.4. 3-W» ^^J^ ^.T?" Ihe freestyle relay team of r«ord was 3:2.9 which was. Garth Huffaker, Brandenberger, ""^e earher this season., Gardner and Battersby tied for Pole vaulter Sam lOrk took! 'fifth in 1:34.7. first place in the university open In unofficial scoring arter the division at 15 feet 2Vx inches, preliminaries Buena Park led Lee Johnson pumped the shot with 31, FuUerton had 24, Red- out 57-8 for first in the shot put, lands 22H, Downey 22 and San- jn the university and open divi- Terrier merineii win way into CIF finals Fridoy U Ana 20. Fullerton is the de- sion; fending champion. Hardwick wins Bowling Congress tournament Redlands Wood & Moore. Occidental AB R. H. Thorn 2b 4 0 0 Wheeler ss 4 0 1 Beacharii lb 4 0 3 Keeler 3b 4 0 2 RuHner c 4 0 0 Jlabrey cf 4 0 1 Woneless rf 3 0 0 Paulson If 4 1 2 Harper p 3 0 0 Totals 34 1 9 Redlands AB R. H. Cortez 3b 3 2 0 Hickey U 3 1 0 Moore c 4 1 1 Shelton cf 3 0 Parks lb 4 0 Beck rf 4 0 Acres ss 3 0 AVegner 2b 2 0 Sherman 3 0 Totals 29 4 4 Score by innings: Occidental..000 010 000—1 9 Redlands ...000 000 02X-4 4 Harper & Ruffner; Sherman & Moore. year. The classic doubles title went to Hal Jolley and Bob Strampe of Deiroit, who combined efforts April 17 for a total of 1 ,365 pints. The record performance in the classic team competition was posted April 11-12 by Falstaff Beer o£ St. Louis. The Falstaff learn, led by Masters Allen Fox victor in Ojai Valley tennis event OJAI (UPI)-Allen Tos of Los Angeles today was the men's invitational singles champion of the Ojai Valley Tenms Tournament, and Arthur Ashe of UCLA held the Big Six umversily division title after upsetting the nation's no. 2 ranked player, Dennis Ralston of use. Fox won the Invitational sing les Sunday in the'OSth annual Ojai tdiomey by defeating Tom Edlefsen of Berkeley, 4-6, 6-3, 64. Ashe, the no. 6 ranked player nationally, was down 5-2 in the second set against Ralston in Big Six competition Saturday when ho suddenly rallied and went on to take the match 6-3, 7-5. In the women's smgles finals Mimi Arnold of Santa Barbara, dropped Carole Caldwell, Santa Monica, 2-6, 64, 6-4. Edlefsen and Hugh Steward, Pasadaia, won the men's doub les title from Mike Franks, Beverly Hills, and Ian Crooken den. New Zealand, 3-6,- 6-2, 6-3. Hiss Caldwell and Dorothy Cheney, San Diego, won the women 's doubles by defeating Kathy Blaker, La JoUa, and Katfay Barter, Los Angeles, 3-6, 6 -3, 6 -1 in the finals. In other collegiate play Sat- At Empire Bowl: Empire Mixed Four High Game — Frank Wesley Bob champion Billy Welu, shot 235, Tem Goddard 214, Series— Prize. game scoring records of 3,207 Frank Wesley 596, Bud Jensen The money boosted him from and 3,210 on successive nights 596, Tem Goddard 492. 23rd to eighth place among the for a record 6,417 total. 200 Club — Frank Wesley 235, top money winners this year, Jim Stefam'ch of JoUet, lU., Bud Jensen 232. Gordy Edwards with a toUl of ?13,361. backed into the regular singles 232, Tem Goddard 214. Ken Bas- He narrowly missed having tiUe when Mel Zirzow, MUwau- ''^"i 205, George Lincohi 202, to share the crow irifh Rod-, kee, was ruled ineligible be- Puchabki 201. riguez, who came into the 18th cause he did not declare his Standings: Banner Mattress needing only a par to tie. But professional sUtus when he ^"^^^ Wayne GosseU Ford 58-35, j,e missed his 8-foot putt and registered for the tournament Gordy's Service 55-38, Btbcock took a bogey 4 and gave Zirzow led with 727 pins ^l^i S'^tt Jll ^n ^""^^^^ ' when he was disqualified last iTi^mifb ^^A ^iZ Brampton, son of a Sydney, week, and Stefanich took over £f su'ti^Sf e ^-st H^ipSi A?*tralia. poUceman. wound up ford, Calif. Cpmmissioner overlooked during a radio interview. A spokesman for Robert Moses, fau: corporation president, said Barnes' ommission from the pass list was an oversight and "it will be remedied." Radio Timt RHS frock f earn fo meet Riverside Poly Freshman Gary Mas<m took; ninth place in the two nule walk in the open class. Wednesday the BuBdogs will be entered in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference preliminaries at Claremont Mudd. Redlands high track and field ^ Friday the SCIAC finals wiu „ .V be held at Brands. The frosh OAKLAND Calif (UPI)-The ^..""V v --"'^ at 3 p.m. with' OAtu^u, caut. lurij-ine row over visiting Riverside Poly the varsity gomg at 7 p.m. American Bowlmg Congress ygjj , foj. the Citrus wound up its 65-day touma- Belt League title. A whi would ment Sunday with a double 8»ve coach Bill Cunningham's Winner for the second consecu- S^^e/.'^^e^k^t^ tive year, and a new record m jjated for 3 p.m. on the RHS the classic team division. ovaL Billy Hardwick of San Mateo, Coach Paul Womack's tennis Calif., won the classic singles team will host Pacific as it with a pin total o£ 7,310 and marches to the league title. The the classic all-events champion- Terriers haven't lost a league SAN A^fTONIO. Tex. (UPI)— ships with 2,088 pins, which he match this season. The greens on the Oak Hill scattered in smgles and doubles Redlands varsity baseball country Club course, Bruce competition on April 6. team goes to Pacific high while Crampton said as he tucked Tom Hennessey, of St. Louis the junior varsity stays at home, away his $5,800 first prize purse won the same two events last * ^"^ ^^""^ from the Texas Open golf touma- Crampton tucks awaySSSOO Texas golf purse to Coltott on Friday. ment, are still bumpy. The thing, he said, is that on Sunday's final round, "my shots were hitting the right bumps." And especially so on the final nine holes, when he clipped si.x strokes off the par 35 and came home one stroke in front of Juan (Chi Chi) Rodriguez and Charles to pocket the RECORD TOSS — AI Oerter,. wearing his windbreaker in blustery weather, lels fly with the discus to break his own world record with a throw of 206 feet 6 inches info the wind at the sixth annual Mt. San Antonio Relays Saturday. Oerier breaks his own world discus record (UPI Telepholo) 31-62 r**^ * ^^"^ ^^"^ first place viith a 726 total. „ . ,„,, „ . The regular doubles tiUe "--68^73 to become the first went to the brother team of rfl'I TMI r.-iu,^.. foreigner ever to win the Tex- Pat and Tony Russo of Para- T ?S. Open. Rodriguez was one mas, N.J., who shot 1.343 on ^' ^Ij.J'T^u A stroke back at 274 and tied March 1 and held the lead with Bob Charies of New Zea longer than any 1964 champion. ^3..ZJ ,V^. 2.1 ^11 sew* Place. do 236, Ernie Woodhead 212, Don Warren 235. Joe Polack 201. DonLi!^*' ^T-,«"^ Pno »j» • Barber, Gene Littler, Mason Three-Hundred Bowl of Pon tiac, Mich., took the regulai pne 228 ^ , . , ^ ^ , team title with 3,117 while the %ta^gs: Hispots 89i4 - 385^, Jff Har ^Sn M-year^TO booster team championship Michigan Four 83-45, Alley Gait- r, went to State Market of Han- Sp^e ^^Jn^. SllSdTi'^f Twelve 69-59, Easterners 67-61, ^an SikesT276 Guys and Dolls 61V6-e6, Shamrocks 59-69, Forpuis 59-69, Cosa Nostra 56-72, Serpentme Four b(Antf>k eiriAM NE^V YORK (UPI) - After TLfl^'''^" "^CR SWer working months on the high- ^^"'^^ ^. ' ^ way complex around the Mixed Doubles World's Fair here, city traffic Scherrer and Joyce Commissioner Henry A. Barnes Council won the mixed doubles complamed Sunday he had not a 1230 series. Ed and Mary even received a pass for the Honey finished second with 1224 faur. And he said be wouldn't while Ben Peters and Francis buy a $2 ticket either. Bethrum were tUrd with 1184. T.'"^*!!!" ,R ^„„„ . I've seen enough of it from Sorenson was the wmner Sss2 ^'g l^y's Bud the ouUide.". declared the ^""^ ;^«<»'»'nystery series miffed Commissioner Barnes ^^t" * - .- - first in Sugar Bowl slalom NORDEN, Calif. (UPI)— Leo Lown bowlers guests of Sun City club less than a second, roared back Sunday to win the 22nd annual silver belt giant slalom in the final weekend of major ski com petition at the Sugar Bowl. La Croix finished the silver belt just two-tenths of a second faster than Karl Scbranz of Austria, who had edged La Redlands Lawn bowlers, 25 croix in the Werner memorial. . . 1 - strong, were guests of the Sun xhe Frenchman ziooed down the Washmgton at Angels, 8 p.m. city lawT, Bowling Club for a co ^rse ^Mt Li^cota , match last week. There were c,,„j,v in i -27 Dodgers at Houston, 6:30 p.m. sj.,, triple 18-end games played ^"^''f^ , ^ - . . . KFI- with RWUands winiing by a plus "^'y^ Pla Riva, who finished score of 25 points. Sun City is *f m the women s division rday, Ralston and teammate the newest club in the area. "f the ^ycr ^er slalom, also BiU Bond of use defeated Ashe Redlands also entertained 30 ""^e on to take first m the and Charies PassareU of UCLA members of the Laguna Beach silver belt with a Ummg of 64, 64, for the doubles fiUe in Lawn Bowling club on the Syl- 1=39.2. Edith Zimmerman of Big SLx play. van Park greens. There were 18 Austria, who won Satwtiay s Wimbledon finalist BUUe Jean triple 14 end games played in meet, was disquahfied Sunday Moffett of Long Beach SUte the morning and afternoon. Red- for missing a gate, won the coUe^te women's lands took the victory by a to- Jimmy Heuga, Tahoe City, crown by defeating Julie Helds- tal pUis score of 13 pomts. May- Calif., posted the best time for man ol Los Angeles, 3 -6, 6 -1, or Waldo Burroughs welcomed a U.S. skier Sunday. He finished 6-4. the visitors to the B;edlands club, fifth in the men 's race in 1:28.8. WALNUT (UPI)- One world record fell and a second was equalled during the weekend at the sixth annual Mt San Antonio Relays. Discus king Al Oerter, wearing a windbreaker to protectj him from blustery weather that ruined record hopes in the dashes broke his own world record with a. throw of 206 feet, 5% mches 1 foot, V* inch better than his old mark, set herej last year. Four California sprinters attending Grambling College iii Louisiana dominated the action and tied the world mark of :40.0 for 440 yards. The four-i Richard Stebbins, Vemus Rags dale, Don Meadows and Don Owens-also won the 880-yard relay in a record meet time of 1:23.4. World decathlon record hold cr C.K. Yang came from behind Sunday with a maximum point Ipole vault to win that event for the second straight year. Yang however, did not exert top effort, and collected r only 8,043 points, far below the record of 9.121. he set at last year's meet Yang's vault of 15 feet, 9=!i inches was good for 1.51J points, the: mvdmum on the decathlon table, abd pushed him into the lead. From pro foof ball ranks quick lump to old west By VERNON SCOTT HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Jim Brown, all pro fullback for the Cleveland Browns, pulled Bowie knife from his belt and fingered its tip speculatively, as if thinking of opposing linebackers. Fortunately for National Foot-! ball League linemen, big Jim carried the knife as part of his wardrobe for his movie debut Brown has a major role in 'Rio Conchos" which costars Richard Boone and Stuart Wlut- man. He. plays a cavalryman ridmg through the Old West to put down a plot by ex-Cpnfed erate soldiers to overthrow the government From the looks of the football star in his western costume, he could handle the situation singlehandedly. But as tough as he looks, Brown quavers at the thought of what 20th Century-Fox stu dios has m store for him next September. The studio will premiere the picture m Cleveland on the eve of the Browns game with the St Louis Cardinals. Aa the coaches and members of both teams will be invited to the showing. "TheteTl be a lot of talkmg IdowB OB that field the next day," said Brown, a powerfully built and hasdsome athlete. •TU hear a lot of chatter along the line of scrimmage about becoming an actor. But ITl hear as much comment from my friends as I will from my enemies." Brown bas .no intention of becoming a fiill-time actor. He accepted the role for two reasons: "The money is'good. And the role gave me enough to do without too much dialogue. I'm always kwking for-ways to improve myself, and this part gives me good exposure and a chance to learn a few things. "I have a regular off-season job in New York (with the Pepsi-Cola Company). They were good enough to give me the lime off." Brown has impressed his fel low actors and producer David Weisbart mtb his actmg abUi- ties. A naturally-graceful athlete. Brown moves easily and appears to be at home aboard horse. "One of tee things I like, Sicily results PALERMO, SicUy (UPI)— Colin Davis of Great Britam and Antonio Pucei of Italy won the Targa Florio auto road race Sunday covering the 447 miles in their Porsche in seven hours, 10 minutes and S3 sec onds for an average of 63 miles an hour. Bout a mockery ROCnaCELLE PARK. N.J, (UPI) — A return bout between Cassius Clay and Sonny Liston would make-"suckers of miUions of American boxing followers and a mockery out ofi boxing administration," it was charged Sunday by Commissioner Abe Greene of the World Boxing Association. Senior Citizens Niglit NEW YORK (UPD-The first 'Senior Citizens Night" ever staged by the New York Yankees will be held at Yankee Stadium, June 18, when the American League champions play a night game with the Boston Red Sox. All fans 60 or over will be admitted for 50 cents. about the role is that I'm playing an Army sergeant," he said. "The fact that I'm Negro is not important in the story. My being a Negro is brought out naturally during the course of the action. But it's not a big deal. "Another thing, acting is giv- mg me a chance for self- expression and a little creativity- 'If the picture turns out well and something else is offered me, maybe I'll take another crack at the movies. But right now I've got to be concentrating on football." Brown will work out his saddle sores when spring practice begins July 23. He expects to be in top physical shape when the season opens in (Heveland. "I'd better be," he grinned. Can you imagine what those players \rill do to me after they see the. picture and I go out on the field and fumble a few times and lose a hundred yards? I'd be in a tatta trouble for the rest of the year." Redlands Y. girl swimmers win 101-37 Redlands YMCA girls swimming team splashed to a smash- mg 101-37 win over visiting Santa Barbara Saturday. With the nctory the Redlands squad completed a perfect 8-0 record against teams from all over Southern California. Judy Martin swimmmg in the prep division was the only record breaker turning the 100 free m 1:05.0. Coach of the team is William Shawver. MIDGETS Redlands 47, Santa Barbara 2T 80 yd. medley relay: Redlands Cl) 58.0 (Kim Johnstone, Karen Martin, Jlike Thompson, Janice Canning). 20 yd. free: Janice Canning (1) 12.4 Marcia Owens (3). 20 yd breast: Tma Connor (1) 16.5, Karen Blartm (3). 20 yd. back: Kim Johnstone (1) 14.6, Tina Connor (2). 20 yd. fly: Mike Thompson, (2). 40 yd. free: Janice Cannmg (1) 28.3, Stephanie Vince (3). 80 yd. ind^ medley: Kim Johnstone (2), Karen Martin <3). 80 yd. free relay: Redlands (1) 52.7, (Marcia Oicens, Stephanie Vmce, Tina Connor, Mike Thompson). PREPS Redlands 52, Santa Barbara I( 160 yd. medley relay: Redlands (1) 1:55.9 (Marilyn Harty, Patti Connor, Susan Griffin, Peggy Berg). 40 yd. free: Chris Kmg (1>, 24.9, Peggy Perg (3). 40 breast: Marilyn Harty (2), Patti Connor (3). 40 back: Kathy Shawver (1) 27.3, Marilyn Harty (3). 40 fly: Susan Griffin (1) 27.1. Chris King (2). 100 free: "Judy Martin (1) 1:05 Susan Griffin (3) New record. 80 yd. ind. medley: Judy Martin (1) 57.8, Kathy Shawver (2). 160 free relay: Redlands (1) :42.2 (Patti Connor, Chris Eng, Kathy Shawver, Judy Martin). JUNIORS Redlands 1, Santa Barbara 0 (Forfeit) 40 free: Pinky Chambers (1) 24.4, Marcia Gunn (2). 100 breast: Pinky Oiamberj (1) 1:27.9, Marcia Gunn (2). 40 fly: Marcia Gunn (1) 28.4, Pinky Chambers (2). INTERMEDIATES Redlands 1, Santa Barbara 0 (Forfeit) Also svrimming in qualifying events were Wendy King, Jan Duffy, Bonnie Serrao and Sandy WiUsie. General trout season to open May 2 TVout fishing rans are expected to head for the hills in droves for the general trout season opener May 2, the California Department of Fish and Game reported this week. The Department estimated that more trout anglers will be out on 'the opening weekend than at any other time during the season, which runs through October 1. The limits are the same this year as last, 10 front or salmon in combination, but not more than 10 pounds and one fish. To fish for trout, the DFG reminded, anglers need the basic $3 fishing license and two $1 fishing stamps. Anglers are urged to buy their licenses and stamps before going fislung, because license dealers in popular fishing areas may run out Although there are only minor changes in the 1964 regulations, the DFG said, a check of new regulations is advisable because there are many special sfream and lake closures, .and special bag limits and seasons apply to several waters throughout the state. A regulations booklet can be obtained from license agents or DFG offices. Other items the DFG recommended for anglers to keep in mmd are: be careful with campfires, don't enter private property without permission from the property owner, and check road conditions before headmg for a favored fishmg spot Generally, water conditions are ideal for this year's opener, but fishing success win depend upon weather conditions prior to the May 2 opener. Fresh snow also may close some areas which are now accessible. Whiz Kids may have been teborn OTffiTCTED Cm-^ax± l^Izooe. H, the Boston Bed Sox, sfrefdief w ont to fag ont the Yankee's Joe Pepitona By OSCAR FRALGY UPI Sports Writar NEW YORK (UPI) - There is a possibility today that the Wbiz Kids" may have been reborn. It's been a long 14 years since the oripnal band won the National League penaant The Yankees slanghfered them in the World Seies, four borriblej games in a row, and since then it's been get lost and come back with a prayer. This may be it Because yontb is the backbone of the PfalQies this yearj and it may be that kmg lost song of 19S0. This is a brand new bunch of "Whiz Kids." And the emphasis i< ia the pitching. Yet it can't stop there — and, in fact, goes right on op to Geie Maacb, one of baseball's vibrant young managers. The highUght is in the pitching. Cooaie Mack of the antiquated Philadelphia Athletics, {h»g since the Kansas City A's of nming van fame, once estimated that pitcUag was 80 per> |ecn of winning baaebaO. If you e> ior Vas, then yon have to admit that the enrrent iPJuOies, young and &U of vinegar, must have a shot at the; whole ban ot wax, "Oxf came up tfanrngb the mncMeprcca^ led farm system and yet pa-| tJcnce may finaBy pay off. There's the brothers Dennis and Dave Bennett Dave was a [nine-game winner last year 'against six defeats at Bakers-i field, to jtunp to the majors, and Jlefflus. in: a half-season wco nine against £ve defeats |fbr (he PfaiUies. Tbere is 22-yeai' old Ray Gulp who captured 14 last year, who reminds old-time Phillies' {fans of indostrioas, hard-toiling Robin Roberts of those earlier Whiz Kids. He won 14 in I963| and nobody knows where he may stop this y^. On-top of that, pile 25-year i old Art Mahaffey. who has been-a-inainstay over the last] three years, and two years ago iwoD 19 games and U gets aw-! fully difficult for the opposition hitters. There is a lot of young "Whiz Kd" talent in this year's PhU- Ues. Like at first base where-25- year old John Hermstein, a former Michigan football eaptam, is blasthig the ball with the best of them. BicUe Allen, the 22-year old tfaird-basenian and' afl-star rookie prospect, is belaboring the ball at a .375 clip. This may prove tiiat the kid out of Wampum, Pa.,-is really the big money. In the outfield, Dennie Cater, a mere 24. rounds out the old- time theme wzih a 3U batting average.

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