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12-Tiiurs^ April 30,19M Redlands Daily Facts ArnoM Palmer and Jack Nicklaus, golfs golden boys, were installed as co • favorites to capture the West's answer to the Masters-the $65,000 Tournament of Champions opening today. Palmer and Nicklaus, burning up the Desert Inn Country Gub course Wednesday in a practice round, were listed as 3V4 - after Nicklaus went around in six • under - par 66 and Palmer a 68 in the final tune - up. But what impressed the book ies was the fact that Pal mer was out - driving Nicklaus on nearly every hole — and straight down the middle. "I'm hitting the baU real good," said Palmer after the Palmer, Nicklaus picked fo win Los Vegas golf LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) -,round. "But I have played only three rounds since the Masters. And naturally, my ^tting isn't as good as it should be." Every way the bookies look at it — and the players, too — they turn to Palmer and Nicklaus and just about exclude the rest of the field despite the fact that at one time or another during the past year every men in the 29-player contingent here had to win a tournament to qualify for this event The others with solid backing, m the legal bookie places arej Billy Casper at 7-1; Tony Lema, 8-1; and Gary Player and National Open champion Julius Boros at 10-1. The others range as high as 50-1 on Jack Rule, the strong youngster who became eligilbe here by capturing the St. Paul Open. Nicklaus, the defending champion, fashioned his 66 practice round Wednesday despite one ball out of bounds and two three - putt greens. It's going to take straightl driving on these narrow fairways," said Player, "and that fits Pfllmer and Nicklaus, the way they are hitting the ball. "And it is going to take bold putting on these greens. And that fits Palmer and Nicklaus again." First prize here is worth $12, 000 — all in silver dollars. The government has announced a shortage of silver dollars, but the sponsoring Desert Inn Casino looked ahead and had an order in for the 12,000 shiny new cartwheels. Listen to train in Colorado mountains DENVER (UPI) — Former heavj-weight champion Sonny Listen said he would go up into the Colorado mountains Monday to begin training for another fight this year — possibly wjth Cassius Clay. ~*I got to fight again this year," Listen said. "I haven't got nothing, not a quarter. The government has it all and I don't understand it. They're holdmg it for taxes, but I don't see how they can take a man's whole pay for taxes." Attention RACERS Orange Show Speedway PRACTICE SESSION CAR INSPECTION MEMBERSHIPS Safurday & Sunday, May Z-3 No Grandstandl Pit Passes Only! MEL ALLEN Bulldogs down Pomona nine 5-2 Coach Paul Taylor's University of Redlands diamond squad stayed in close contention for the SCIAC UUe with a 5-2 vie tory over the visiting Pomona nine yesterday. Bill Bruns went the distance to gain the win, his second in conference play against one loss. The Bulldogs, who trail Occidental and 'Whitlier by one- half game, broke the tilt wide open in the fourth frame, when Joel Escobar cut loose with a bases-loaded double with two out Kerek Shelton and Ted Acres smacked out back to back doubles to give the Bulldogs their first run in the second stanra. A double by catcher John Moore gave Redlands their final run in the fifth. Saturday the UR diamond squad tangles with Claremont- Mudd in a double header with the first game starting at 1 p.m. on the CM field. AB R H Redlands AB R Cortez 3b 4 0 Dickey If 4 0 Hart lb 3 2 Moore c .4 2 Shelton cf 4 1 Acres ss 3 0 Wegner 2b 2 0 Escobar rf 3 0 Bnms p 3 0 Totals 30 5 Pomona AB R Coyne ss 4 0 VemetU lb 3 1 Forster lb 3 1 Carver cf 4 0 Encmark c 4 0 Robbms 3b 3 0 Watrous 2b 2 0 Holzer rf 4 0 Dahl p 4 0 Totals 31 2 Score by Innings: U. of R. ... 010 310 OOx—5 6 Pomona ... 000 000 020-2 5 Baylor star dies TEMPLE, Tex. (UPI)—Funeral services will be held Thursday for Barton (Botchey) Koch, Baylor University's first all- America football player. Koch, 57, who was named to the mythical team as a guard in 1930, died on IXiesday. He is survived by a sister and three brothers. Milan wins 2-0 MILAN, Italy (UPI) - Inter- Milan of Italy defeated Dortmund, 2-0, Wednesday to advance to the finals of the European Cup of League Champions soccer tournament Inter will face the winner of REDLANDS BOWLERS — Members of the Redlands lown Bowling Club who were recently In Palm Springs to compete In the Third Annual Smoke Tree Tournament for the Lilly and Walt Disney Trophy included (l-r) Bill Kelley, Irving Sharkey, Floy Kelley, Don Miller and Herb Paulus. A total of 16 teams from oil over the southland were invited to compete in the tourney held of the Smoke Tree Ranch, Redlands finished out of the top places this year. The team's home greens are located in Sylvan Park. Pemer rides outsiders to double win LOS ALAMITOS (UPI) Jockey Curtis Pemer, handed a five-day suspension earlier in the day, rode outsiders to vie tory back-to-back races at Los Alamitos Wednesday for $71.20 and $77.60 payoffs. The payoffs for $2 bets were the highest of the spring quarter horse meeting and the two wins exactly doubled his wins for the first 18 days of the meeting here. Pemer was suspended, effective Friday for causing interference in a race Tuesday. Pemer, 25, booted home Hijo Blue Ann in the third race and, Jay Cole to a nose victory in the fourth race. The top payoff in history here was recorded last spring when Frosty Hawk returned $147.60 to win. In the feature race, Mackay's Image ran the St Mary's Hospital Purse at 350 yards in 18.2 seconds to edge No Anchor and Barbara Nell, who finished third. Mackay's Image, ridden by L.G. Littcll, paid $7.80. U. R. places 1 1 men in conference track finals the serai-final match between Real Madrid of Spain and Zu rich of Switzerland. Fi±&Sat. 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University of Redlands placed second to Occidental in the number of trackmen quali^ring yesterday for the SCIAC finals to be held tomorrow night on the UR oval. Occidental placed 12 and Redlands had 11 off of the prch'minaries held on the wet Claremont-Mudd track. CMC placed five runners in tlie finals. Bulldog Rich McDowell raced to a 48.3 time in the 440 to top the six qualifiers while in the freshman division Elliott Mason topped the 220 and 440 men. Freshman events will start at p.m. tomorrow on the Bulldogs field with the varsity runners getting underway at 7 p.m. 100 RACE 1-1. LaRock (Claremont-Mudd), 9.8; 2. Lazaro (Oxy), 10.0; 3. Barclay (Pomona), 10.0 Race 2 — 1. God- fi-ey (Whittier) 9.8; 2. Bridgeman (0), 9.8; 3. Albin (Redlands), 10.0. Race 3 — 1. Ryder (W), 10.0; Kanoy (0), 10.0; 3. Strona (CM), 10.1. 220-RACE 1 — 1. McDowell (R), 22.0; 2. Kanoy (0). 22.1; Race 2 — LaRock (CM), 21.5; 2. Ryder (W). 22.3. Race 3 — 1. Vanderknyff (R), 21.6; 2. Godfrey (W), 21.6. 440 — Race 1 — 1. Whitney (0), 48.4; 2. PuUiam (R), 49.9. Race 2 — 1. Vanderknyff (R), 49.1; 2. Jekabson (0), 49.6. Race 3 — 1. McDoweU (R), 48.3; 2. Secret (W), 49.8. 120 HH — Race 1 — Main (0). 15.2; 2. Schmitt (0), 15J3; 3. Breyer (B), 15.6; 4. Reay (CM), 15.8. Race 2 — 1. Hahn (0), 13.1: 2. McCracken (R), 15.1; 3. Chiswell (CM) 15.2; 4. Gage (Caltech), 15.8. 330IH — Race 1 — 1. Hahn (0), 38.0; 2. Haworth (R), 39.9. Race — 1. Whitney (0), 37.7; 2. Pulliam (R), 33.8. Race 3 — 1. Peterson (0), 38.3; 2. McCracken (R). 40.8. QUALIFIERS — OccidenUl, 12; Redlands, U; (Haremont Mudd, 5; Whittier, 5; Caltech, 1; Pomona, 1. UR Fresh Qualifiers 440 — Elliott Mason 48.7; Jim Schauer, 51.1; Gary CSm- mins, 51.8. 100 — Dave Kramer, 10.1; Arlin Larson, 10.3. 220 — Mason, 21.6; Cummins, 22.1; Kramer, 22.1. Intermediate Hurdles — Bill Talbot. 40.7; Schauer, 42.5; Ron Phillips, 43.3. Dr. Zold to start class in fencing Dr. Francis Zold who is well knoK -n throughout the world for his fencing skill and the articles he has written about the sport will give fencing instruc tions in Redlands soon. A class of 15 to 22 persons is to be formed. Dr. Zold now of Claremont. came to this country from Hungary in 1956. Since then he has taught fencing at the University of Southern California, (3are- mong Girls' College, and Pomona College. He has coached world champions, Sakovits and Domolky. and Olympic cham pion, Atfila Kereztes. Anyone interested in partid pa ting in the class may contact Jack R. Cox, 257 Terracina blvd., phone 792-7586 after 6:00 p.m. Instructions will be given either on Wednesday evening or Saturday afternoon or evening depending on when members can be available. U.S. hoop team loses again MOSCOW. Russia (UPI)-The touring United States basketball team suffere<l its fifth defeat in six games Wednesday when it dropped an 81-80 overume decision to a Ukrainian all-star squad, according to Tajs, the Soviet news agency. •mm GOOD/TEAR SERVICE STORE 112 W. STATE ST. RtdUnds, Calif. PLENTY OF FREE PARKING 793-2935 144 SEE & TRY RCA COLOR TELEVISION Authorized RCA Salts A Strvic* 508 Grange PY 3-2743 Rise tops field of 12 for Kentucky Derby LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI>-Fa. vored Hill Rise headed a field of 12 horses entered today for Saturday's 90th running of the Kentucky Derby, bringing together champions from each section of the country. El Peco Ranch's Hill Rise, winner of eight straight races including the Santa Anita Derby on the West Coast, niled as a 6-to-5 favorite in the first of the triple crown classics. Second choice was Wind field's Farm's Northern Dan ver, the. Canadian-bred colt who won the Flamingo Stakes and the Florida Derby. And third choice at 8 to ] was Rokeby Stable's Quadran gle, the hope from the East where he won the Wood Me morial at Aqueduct. Also entered in the mile and one-<Iuarter classic were Rex EUsworth^s The Scoundrel, Harbor View Farm's Roman Brother, Roy Sturgis' Mr. Brick, Cecil Carmine's Dandy K., Radkovich and Clark's Wil Rad, Mrs. Magmder Dent's Mr. Moonlight, l^imblewood SUblc's Ishkoodah. EmU A. Dust's Royal Shuck and Earl W. Davis's Extra SweB. G. M. Holtsinger's Prince Davelle and C3icster F. Bowies' He's A Gem were not entered although their trainers hid in' sistcd all week long that they would nm. Cloninger pays off for Braves By United Press Intamah'enal The game in which Tony Goninger missed no - hit fame may be the one in which the Milwaukee Braves finally realized a $100,000 - investment. The Braves have been waiting for the 23 - year - old Cloninger to come through ever| since they signed Mm to a siX' figure bonus contract in 1958, Boxing's little men swing into action LOS ANGELES (UPD-Box- ing's little men swing into action tonight when Japan's Hiroynki Ebihara and Alacras Torres of Uesico clash in a 12- round flyweight eliminatian bout at the Olympic Auditorium. The winner was epxected to emerge as the leading contender for the 112-pound title held by Pone Kingpetch of Thailand and Matchmaker George Parnassus of the Olympic was hopeful he could arrange the bout later in the year. Ebihara is a former flj-weight ebampioB and was favored to defeat Torres for another shot at Kingpetch's crown. Ebihara defeated the champion last September on a oce-ronnd knockout and then lost the title back to but the lack of a good curve baU to go with his sizzling fast ball always prevented Tonyj from achieving the goal set out for him. It wasn't until the Braves dealt veteran World Series hero Lew Burdette to the St. Louis Cardinals last season that Clon inger began to get a regular turn on the mound. And it wasn't until Wednesday nightj that they saw the young fire- baller realize his potential with his near - no - hitter. Cloninger allowed only one hit — a clean single by TiTOlie Stargell with two out in the seventh inning — as the Braves scored a 1-0 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Doubtful Starter There had been doubt right up to the moment of the game's start that Tony would pitch at all. He suffered a pamful .braise on his left foot when he fouled off a pitch onto it during batting practice, but he Insisted on going to the mound. The Braves gave CHoninger the only run he needed in the third inning when Denis Menke doubled, was sacrificed to third by Cloninger and scored on a single by Felipe Alou. The victory was the Braves' fourth in their last five games and vaulted them into third place in the National League. Willie Mays whacked out three more hits to raise his average to .488 as the San! Francisco Giants downed the Chicago Cubs, 4-0. The Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Houston Colts, 7-2, and the St. Louis Cardinals beat the New York Mcts, 4-3, in 11 innings in other NL games. Philadelphia at Cincinnati was rained out. In the American League, Baltimore downed Boston 4-2, Detroit shaded Kansas (Sty, 5-4, and Los Angeles beat Washington, S-1, Marichal Win* Third Mays went -3-for-5 and drove in two runs to pace a nme - bit attack that brought the Giants' Juan Marichal his third straight win of this sea< son and his ninth straight dat ing hack to last year. Haridul struck out-six and walked three in eight innings before taming over the ninth - inning mopup duty to Bob Shaw. The Dodgers scored their fourth straight win after being held hitless by Don Notte- hart for 6 2-3 innmgs by tally mg six runs in the last three innings to give Nick WUIhitc his first win. Wally Moon, Willie Davis and John Weriias had two Mts each for the Dodgers while John Bateman connected for a two - nm homer for the Colts. Relief pitcher Larry Bearnarth walked home the winning nm with the bases filled in the llth inning as the Cardinals overcame a 3-0 deficit created by Tim Harkness' tliree - run first - imiing homer. Key blows hi the St. Louis comeback were singles by Curt Flood and Ken Boyer and Bill White's third homer of the season. Terriers win, move into tie for second Redlands High moved mto a tie for second place in Citrus Belt League standings with a 10-5 victory over the host Pacific Pirates at Perris Hill Park. Pacific pushed across five runs in the first inning and that was the end as coach Joe DeMaggio's Terriers clamped down. The Tigers first man up m the second innitg got their last hit of the game. The Terriers put two counters on the scoreboard in the open- mg stanza and then added three in the fourth and fifth and two more in the svxXb. in- mng. Redlands Now M The victory moved Redlands from a third place tie with Ramona into a second place tie with San Bernardino. Both are 6-4 for the CBL season. Terrier shortstop George Rodgers chalked up his seventh straight hit yesterday and ended with nine hits in 10 trips to the place in the last three games. He is booming the baU at a .412 clip. Redlands has scored 19 runs in their last two 'oallgames. Basil Lobaugh smashed out a two run triple in the sixth and catcher Gordy Campbell drove in a run with a double in the fourth. Tomorrow Redlands travels to meet Chaffey while the Redlands JVs host the Chaffey JV squad. Riverside leads the CBL with a 7-2 record followed by Redlands 6-4, San Bernardino 6-4, Ramona 5-4, Pacific 4-6. Fontana 4-6, CHiaffey 4-6, and Colton 3-7. Redlands AB Mathews cf 5 Cowen cf 0 Lopez 2b 5 Rogers ss 4 Lobaugh lb 4 Finflwk If 3 (^wther rf 3 Campbell c 3 Ekema 3b 3 Jones p 1 Brefus p 0 Garcia p 3 Totals 11 R 0 0 2 3 1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 10 Pacific AB R H Pitts 2b 4 0 0 Watt 3b 4 0 1 Dunn lb 3 1 0 Evans pK 1 0 0 Pelazmi ss 4 1 1 Hopson c 3 1 0 Ci)steIIo rf 0 1 0 Bailey If 1 1 0 Mead p 1 0 0 Gresham cf 1 0 0 B'dinger p-If 3 0 1 Totals 25 5 3 Score by Innings: Redlands .... 200 332 0-10 11 3 Pacific 500 000(^5 34 Writer elected LOmSVILLE, Ky. (UPI) Jerry McNemey, turf editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal, has been elected president of the National Turf Writers Association. He succeeds Whitney Tower of Sports Illustrated. Oscar Otis of Triangle Publications was elected vice-president and Raleigh Burroughs of Turf and Sports Digest was reelected secretary treasurer. Kmgpetch last January in Ban^k on a disputed 15-nnmd verdict. IMPROVISED LEG CONWAY, Ark. (UTD-A calf owned by farmer J. D. Mode is walking around on an artificial leg made of an ax handle, two dog collars, a piece of sponge and some suede leather. Mode, who never studied orthopedics, said the calf was bom with one of its legs missing at the first joint. CAR LEASING ffl Redlands.,.7 yes.' • COMET • MERCURY • LINCOLN CONTINENTAL • FORD • THUNOERBIRO • CHEVROLET • BUICK • PONTIAC • OLDSMOBILE • RAMBLER • CHRYSLER • DODGE • PLYMOUTH • VALIANT • FOREIGN IMPORTS • VANS • PANELS • TRUCKS • Open Sahtrdayt • PhaiM Inquires OK (CEp out and moil) I lEO CRANE, U<n. Mgr. I • Ml. 793-2141 I I 420 W. R.dlands Blvd. • I Whijfti^CaGf; I r riiM wiMf M hoM lofamotioii, I M a 1»64. _ J |N«« , tMdnat . tOlyj , I Piieiwt I Warm Weather SPECIAL! '44 CHEV. V4 Impela 2-Dr. Hardtop Air Conditioned

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