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16 - Wed., May 6, 1964 Redlands Dally Facts Roger Cox wins sprints in CBL qualifying meet coasts to win 180 liurdles A single record was set as cold winds blew across the Collon high school Irack yesterday during the Citrus Belt League qualifying meet. Runners will vie for sports in the California Interscholastic Federation meets Friday night at[ Colton when the CBL finals are held starting at 7 p.m. Dave Aldama of Fontana pole vaulted ]2-6n to set a new class B record. The old marl- was 12-3. Redlands' Roger Cox led the Terrier varsity into the fmal.' as he eased to wins in the 100 and 220 dashes. Redlands hurd Icr Steve Huffsfutler. fighting £ bad leg the past month, pa.sscd up the 120 highs but coa sted to a win in his Jical of the ISO low timbers. Co.\ turned in times of 9.8 and 22.2 for the dashes. Also running Friday night in the 100 will be Frank Nagy and Dennis Gidcumb whose third place times gave them a spot. Bsnds Out Riverside Poly's Bobby Bonds didn't run in either of the dashes so will be out of the finals. No qualifying was held yesterday in • the varsity field events or for any of the distance races in any class. "I'm real pleased.'' coach Bill Cunningham .said today, "we did about as well as pos- .<;ible. We lost some people, but we have some good hoys coming up in the distance events Steve Shawvcr and Bud Perry will be in the class C 1320 and they have been nmning (he mile all year." Redlands Wins Three Titles Redlands won all three classes in CBL competition this season in dual meets, tying with Chaffey for first in the A and Riverside for first in the B. Yesterday Class B and C field event finals were held with the top three going on to the CIF" meet at Fontana on Jlay 16. Redlands' Rick Cruz placed second in the B shot and Larry Cross was fifth. Willie Townsend was fifth in the long jump. Paul SIcGec won the Class C long jump for the Terriers going out 19-10. Teammate Dan llacDonald placed second for the RHS team. CBL Qualifiers Varsity 120 HH (1st Heal) — M. Williams (S), Blomberg (Riv), 14.7; (2nd Heat) — Peralta (F), Wimbley (Red) and Chap man (Ra), 15.2: (3rd Heat) — Xceley (P). Miller (Ra), 15.0 Also qualified: Smith (Riv). 100 (1st Heat) — Kresge (S), KeUy (Ch), 10.0: (2nd Hcat)- Cox (Red), Saterficid (S), 9.8; (3rd Heat) — PuUiams (S), Prosser (Ch), 10.0 Also quali fied: Nagy (Red), Gidcumb (Red). 440 (1st Heat) — Williams (Ch), Bryden (C), 49.0; (2nd Heal) — Gormly (Ra), Brown (Ch), 49.9; (3rd Heat) — King (F). Mitchell (P), 49.5. Also qualified: Golloway (C), Hahn (Red). 180 HH (1st Heat) — Huffstutler (Red), Blomberg (Riv), 20.1; (2nd Heat) — Demmon (S), Chapman (Ra), 19.7; (3rd Heat) — Perata (F), Wimberly (Ra), 19.5. Also qualified: Neeley (P), Freeman (P). 220 (1st Heal) — Saterfield (S), Bryden (C), 22.0; (2nd Heat) — Cox (Red), Pulliams (S), 22.2; 3rd (3rd Heat) — Williams (Ch), Highland (S), 22.3. Also qualified: Prosser (Ch), Lastcr (F). Class B 70 HH (1st Heal) — Gordon (N), Nichols (Riv). 9.1; (2nd Heat) — C. Williams (S), Grant (Ra), 9.1; (3rd Heat) — W. King (S), Howard (P), 8.7. Also qualified: Binkley (Red), Dawson (P). 100 (1st Heat) — Wilridge (F), Blikino (Riv). M.J; (2nd Heat)—Pelky (P), Blanton (F), 10;3; (3rd Heat) — Bamett (F), Hernandez (Red), 10.3. Also qualified: Tillen (C), Ogden (P). 660 (1st Heat) — Conlcy (P). Watson (Ch), 1:25.7; (2nd Heat) — Valerio (Ra), Short (Ch), 1:26.8; (3rd Heat) — Kokot (F). Stone (Riv), 1:26.0. .Mso qualified: J. Burns (Ra), Vv'eis (Red). 120 LH (1st Heat) — Grant (Ra), C. Williams (S), 13.1; (2nd Heat) — Earthman (S). Binkley (Red), 13.0; (3rd Heat) — W. King (S), Dawson (P), 13.9. Also qualified: Gordon (P), Adame (Riv). '220 (1st Heat) — Barnett (F). Blackino (Riv), 22.8 (2nd Heat) — Wilridge <F). Palky (P). 22.6; (3rd Heat) — WilUamson (Riv), Hernandez (Red) 23.0. Alson qualified: Blanton (F), J. L. Jones (S). Class C lOib (1st Heat) — Weaver (Red). Biggers (S), 10.5; (2nd Heat) — MacDonald (Red), Dela Rosa (C). 10.7; (3rd Heat) — B. White (S), McGee (Red), NO THREAT — Redlands top sprinter Roger Cox eased through the quolifying heat of the 100 dash yesterdoy in 9.8 seconds for first place at Colton. Cox v/ill be in action Friday night in the league finals at the Yellowjacket oval. Following the Terrier speedster ore (i-r) Saterfield of San Bernardino, Loster of Fontano and Mitchell of Pacific. Redlands clobbers Ramona 6-2 Redlands High Terrier base-; bailers gained win number sev^ en in a rain shortened affair yesterday on the RHS diamond with a 6-2 victory over Ramona High Rams of Riverside. The win puts the Terriers into undisputed second in Citrus Belt League standings for today as San Bernardino High was idle yesterday. San Bernardino meets Fontana today and a Cardinal win will put them into a tic with the Terriers, both with 7-5 records. Coach Joe DeMaggio's Terriers blasted out 11 hits in the 4'u innings of play. Two RHS runners were on base with no one out when the game w a s called due to the rain. Basil Lobaugh smashed out a one run homer and .Mike Mathews had a two run homer in the fourth. Gary Crowther drove in two runs with a double in the Redlands four-run second inning. Ramona took advantage of errors to gain their second run in the top of the fifth. Arie Franken picked up t b e win fon the Terriers allowing only three bits by the Bams. Franken will probably be on the mound Friday when Redlands hosts San Bernardino in t b e game that will decide second place in CBL standings. Citrus Belt League Varsity Baseball W. L. RF RA Who will play center? Packers trade Ringo, Gros to Philadelphia Riverside Redlands 7 San Bernardino .. 6 Ramona 5 Fontana 5 Pacific 5 Chaffey 5 Colton 4 Yesterday's Results Redlands 6, Ramona 2. Riverside 1, Colton 0. Pacific 2, Chaffey 0. ..9 2 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 56 49 46 49 44 64 52 49 GREEN BAY, Wis. (UPI) The Green Bay Packers raised an important question Tuesday night when they announced the trade of veteran center Jim Ringo and Earl Gros, a prom ising fullback, to the Philadel phia Eagles for linebacker LeRoy Caffey and the Eagles' first draft choice next year. Who is going to play center for the Packers? Ringo, 32, a perennial All-Pro, hasn't missed a game in the middle of the Packer offensive line in 10 years and was considered the best center in the National Football League. The only man on the squad with experience at that position is Bob Skoronski, a 6-foot-3, 245-pounder who outweighs Ringo by 20 pounds. The Packers acquired former University of Wisconsin center Ken Bowman and think a lot of him, but it is doubtful the No, 9 draft choice last year can break the lineup of a contending team. Gros, 24, who played behind the great Jim Taylor, saw little action in his two years with the club. He was the Packers' No. 1 draft choice in 1962, but was relegated to Taylor's stand-in and the kickoff return squad. Coach Vince Lombardi could not be reached for comment on the trade, but veteran observers saw the deal as the wedge opening the way for more trades. Caffey, 23. who became a starter on the Eagles' defense last season as a rookie, could be the replacement for Packer Imebacker Bill Forester who announced his retirement. The 6-foot-3 240-pounder from Texas AiJI is considered one of the fastest linebackers in the NFL and is reportedly able to run the 100-yard dash in 10.1. Last season he ran 87 yards for a touchdown with an intercept ed pass against the New York Giants. 25 50 351 69 42 66 63 59 ^1 Ramona AB Gomez cf .... 3 Moore ss 3 Heer c .... 3 .Milts If .... 3 Ditchfield .... 3 ; Compbiso 3b ... 2 Culberl.'^on lb .. .... 1 Vosworth p — .... 0 Totals ....21 Redlands AB JIathews cf — .... 2 Lopez 2b .... 3 Rodgers ss .... 3 Lobaugh lb — .... 3 Finfrock If 2 Franken p .... 3 1 Campbell c 2 ! Crowther rf .... ... 2 Ekema 3b 2 FINAL SURGE — Redlands High sprinter Frank Nagy put on a final effort to nab third place over Stewort of Ramona in the 100 yard dash heaf end a place in the Citrus Belt League finals Friday night during the trials yesterday at Colton High school. Nagy along with Roger Cox and Dennis Gidcumb will be in the dash finals. (Daily Facts photos by C. J. Kenison) 10.6. Also qualified: Roberts (P). Wilridge (F). 660 (1st Heat) — Felix (Riv), Charlton (S), 1:29.8; (2nd Heat) — F. Bums (Ra), Marcias (C), 1:29.1; (3rd Heat) — Ortiz (Red), Marcias (S), 1:33.9. Also qualified: Englin (Ch), Pa dilla (F). 120 HH (1st Heat) — Weaver (Red), Wygant (Ra), 13.8; (2nd Heat) — D. Whtie (S), Fontana (F), 14.4; (3rd Heat) — Roberts (P), Moore (S), 14.2. Also qualified: Fewkes (C), Boone (SI 180 (1st Heat) — Biggers (S), Felt (Ch), 19.1; (2nd Heat) — McGee (Red), ViUanueva (C), 19.2; (3rd Heat) — Corrcia (Red), Wilridge (F), 19.3. Al so qualified: Dcia Rosa (C), O'Hara (Ra). Class B Field Events Finals Shot Put — Sargent (Ch), Cruz (Red), Moffitt (F) Brown (Riv), Cross (Red), 52-9>i. Long Jump — Jackson (Ch), Earthman (S), Conkle (Ch), Blanton (F) Townsend (Red), 21-ll'/i. High Jump — Thomas (F), Earthman (S), Bamett (Ch), Patterson (Riv), G. Jones (S), 5-ll'..i. Pole Vault — Aldama (F), Bamett (Ch), Howard (P), Bush (Riv), Johnson (Ra), 12-6'; J. Class C Field Events Finals Shot Put — Fewkes (C), Min ter (S), Ewing (Ch), Eshleman (F), Wear (P), 49-10V8. Long Jump — McGee (Red), MacDonald (Red), Fewkes (C), Wygant (Ra), Minter (S), 19-10. High Jump — Wygant (Ra), Smothers (P), Fontana (F), Morthland (S), Douglas (Riv), 5-6. Pole Vault — Peterson (P), Martinez (Ra), Sanders (Ra), Webb (Riv), Eshleman (F), 10 3. Matter of survival Spahn shuts out Mets, 352nd win of career MILWAUKEE (UPI) — Warren Spahn, the 43-year-old dean of major league pitchers, held court in the Milwaukee Braves' locker room after posting his 63rd career shutout Tuesday and frankly admitted (he effort may have been one of "surviv aL" "Do you know," he said, "this is the first time I shut these guys out. I think I've shut out every dub in baseball, but these guys—all of them—have really given me trouble." Spahn, 6-0, four-hit victory over the New York Mets was the 352nd win of his career. It evened his season record at 2-2. Spahn, the major league's all time winningest lefthander, now needs just one more shutout to be tied for the southpaw lead in that department. Eddie Plank, who played with the old Philadelphia A's and the St. Louis Browns between 1901 and 1917, has 64. Despite his performance, Spahn would rather talk about the young pitchers on the Milwaukee staff. The rest of the starters range in age from 23 to 26. "We don't need any outside help," Spahn said, referring to rumors the Braves were dickering for another pitcher. "Let's get this straight. I think we've got a staff that is as tough as any in the majors." When asked if the young pitchers' efforts in the last week—a one-hitter, two two-hitters, a three-hitter and a five- hitter—might have caused him to feel it was his "duty" to pilch a good one, Spahn an swcrcd: "Duty? No. Survival? Yes. I've said all along I've got to look on this as a matter of survival." R. 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 R. 1 0 0 0 Junior high loses to Sequoia 4-3 Redlands Junior High lost to Sequoia JH 4-3 yesterday on the winners diamond. Coach Dave Farmer's Wildcats tallied runs in the second, third and fifth jl. innings but an error in the sixth i allowed the winning Sequoia run 0'across the plate, ij Chris Jiminez was the losing 0; pitcher for Redlands striking out O'six, walked three, allowed three I'hits and four runs. Oi Redlands outhit the winners 60,3. Dennis Kessler was two for three and Danny C. Smith went 2-for-3. Mike WUes and Bill Cloud both collected hits. Tomorrow the RJH nine travels to meet Chaffey JH at 3:15 p.m. U.R. tennis team blasts Pomona 8-1 H Coachella blanks Yucaipa 5-0 Totals 20 6 9 Coachella blanked the host Y'u- Score by innings: caipa High Thunderbirds 5-0 yes Ramona 010 01—2 3 ijterday in a Desert Valley Redlands 040 2.x—6 9 4, League game. It was the second win in six tries for the vic- torys in league play. John Dallosta's seventh-inning homer highlighted the winners eight-hit attack on Thunderbird Iwirlers Terry Rainbow and Dennis Hare. Hare stmck out eight Coachella batters during four innings of relief work for coach don Gifford's team. Bannister predicts mile record of less than 3:45 INFORAUIL DRESS SEMMES, Ala. (UPI) — This buUetm board notice startled viewers at S e m m e s High School Tuesday: "Classes Will meet in gym tomorrow. Neither group will dress." LONDON (UPD-Ten years ago today at Oxiey Road Sta dium in O.xford, Roger Bannister astounded the world by becoming the first man to run a mile in less than four minutes and he marked the anniversary by forecasting that eventually someone will do it in 3:45. Now a consultant neurologist at a London hospital. Bannister recalled how he felt after his record breaking performance. "I remember thinking at the time what a great thing it was," he said, "then, I also recall thinking that once broken, there would be a lot more to foIioHT me. The four minute mile was a psychological barrier." Since May 6, 1954, 42 men, including Bannister, have broken the once seemingly insur mountable barrier a total of 142 times, with the current record of 3:54.4 owned by New Zea land's Peter SneU. Bannister is not surprised at the. number of men who have run sub-four minute miles and believes that "with better training, times will go on improvmg. I have no difficulty in forecasting a mile being run in three minutes and 45 seconds." "There is no absolute limit," the 35-year.oId physician went on, "in the sense that someone will always come along to cut a tiny fraction off the pre vious best. But there must ul- Umately be a ma.ximum to man's ability to incur o.\ygen debt." Bulldog golf team defeats Caltech 37-17 University of Redlands golf team closed out the SCIAC season with a 37-17 win over Cal Tech yesterday on the Brookside course in Pasadena. Today coach Lee Fulmer and a Bulldog team will leave for the Soulbem California Intercollegiate Golf Championships to be held at the Vandenberg Country Club in Lompoc. Making the trip will be Fred Emmert, Mike Holt, Rudy Brandt, Gary Smitn and freshmen Jim McKeehan, and John Curtis. The tourney will be held Friday and the entrants will play 3S holes with the lowest three scorers from each college determining the winners. Agamst Cal Tech Fred Emmert def. Vitz 5-1 and Mike Holt lost to Reiland 4-2. Emmert and Holt won best ball 6-0. Rudy Brandt def. Hyde 6-0 and teammate Mike GiU dqf. Vinsonhafer 5-1. Brandt and GiU won best ball for Redlands 4-2. Tom Chauvin def. Cassada of Cal Tech 60>and won best baU 3-2. Redlands had to forfeit one match as they lacked a player. The Bulldogs ended with a 6-6 season record and a 4-6 SCIAO mark. Pomona won the conference followed by Whittier or Occidental (they have one match left) Clarcn.ont - Mudd was fourth, Redlands fifth and Cal Tech sixth. In a frosh match yesterday Redlands BuUpups downed Occidental 27-9 with Mike Harvey firing a 76 for medalist honors. Hart signed SEATTLE, Wash. (UPI) — Charlie Hart, a University ofj Washington basketball player' who hasn't played competitive football smce he was a freshman in high school, was signed by the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League Monday. I Coachella AB R. H. Lozano 2b 4 0 1 Roggero lb 4 0 1 Dallosta c 3 1 1 Fontas cf 2 0 0 Totten 3b-ss 3 0 0 Price 3b 3 2 2 Reade If 3 1 1 Brown If 0 0 0 Snyder rf 3 1 Hernandez p 3 0 Totals 28 5 8 Yucaipa AB R. H. McDermot ss 4 0 Holden 2b 3 0 Herklrath 2b 0 0 Dean If 3 0 Arps 3b 3 0 Lannon rf 3 0 Selby cf 3 0 Hochlin lb 1 0 Emerson lb 1 0 0 Lewis c 2 0 Wade ph 1 0 Rainbow p 0 0 Hare p 3 0 University of Redlands tennis team closed out the SCIAC season yesterday with a 10-0 mark by blasting visiting Pomona 8-1. Coach Jim Verdieck's netters have now won 15 SCLAC titles in the last 18 seasons. They will defend their conference title Friday at WhitUer College in the annual conference tourney. The UR frosh team finished the season in a first place tie with Occidental SINGLES: Rich Morris (R) def. Jim Galbraith, 8-4; Bill Schoen (R) def. Dave Stafford, 8-6; BiU Hoyt (R) def. F r a n k Frimodig. 8-1; Steve Hamilton (R) def. Rich .Aezirian, 8-2; Bob Cassidy (P) def. Greg Kerber, H-9; Larry Nelson (R) def. Gary Van Velsir, 8-6. DOUBLES: .Morris & Hoyt (R) def. Galbraith & Aezirian, 84, Schoen & Hamilton (R) def. Fri modig & Stafford, 8-4; Kerber & Nelson (R) def. Cassidy & Van Veisir, 8-5. Frosh score: Redlands 7, Pomona 2, Terrier net team wallops Ramona 9-0 Totals 27 0 Score by innings: Coachella ....020 200 1—5 8 1 Yucaipa 000 000 0-0 6 2 Cope downs Colton 8-2 Cope Junior High Golden Eagles scored an 8-2 win over host Colton JH yesterday. Pat Daniel was the winning pitcher for coach Keith Mooney's Eagles. Tomorrow Cope hosts the Col ton nine with game time set for 3:15 p.m. Daniel allowed four hits while striking out eight He had two singles driving in two runs. Andy Coyazo and Dick Romo both went two-for-four from the plate. Next week on Wednesday Cope hosts Chaffey at 3:15 p.m. Redlands defending champion Citrus Belt League tennis team moved closer to the 1964 title with a 9-0 win over Ramona yesterday on the Rams Riverside courts. The Terriers, coached by Paul Womack, only lost one set as they stormed to the win. The Junior varisty scored an identical victory over the Bam team. Results: Tharldson (R) def. Beechan 6-3, 7-5; Stryker (R) def. Tomlinson 6-2, 6-3; Jimen ez def. Waggner 6-2, 6-2; Newcomer (R) def. Straun 6-1, 6-1, Huffman (R) def. Crowe 5-6, 6-2, 8-6. Doubles — Verdieck and Montano (R) def. Preston-Scott, 6-1, 6-3; Wright and Shaw (R), def. Manlove-Crabtree 6-3, 6-1. Junior Varsity: Van Wiem (R) def. Bird, 6-0, 6-1; Tura- dahl (R) def. Hoover 6-1, 6-0; Capen (R) def. Native 6-1, 6-1; Griffetts (R) def. Ranz 6-2, 6-3; Hook (R) def. WiUiams 6-0, 6-0; O'Leary (R) deL McHott 6-0, 6-0. Doubles: Billick and Goldie (R) def. Worth-Henson 6-2, 6-4; Siller and 'fibbetts (R) def. Snyder-Brand 6-1, 6-4. Redlands plays San Bernardino Friday at 3 p.m. on the Cardinal courts in a league match. Rickey says Washburn best of all By United Press International Who's the pitcher with the greatest potential in baseball today? Most people would automatically say Sandy Koufax. Others might name Juan Marichal, Jim Maloney or Al Downing. But Branch Rickey passes over all of them and singles out Ray Washburn, a 25-ycar- old right-handed perfectionist whom the St. Louis Cardinals called back up from the minors only last week. Rickey, the 83-year-old special consultant for the Cardinals who has seen them all from Walter Johnson on dowa to the rawest rookies in the game today, claims Washburn owns "the greatest natural gifts" of any pitcher who has ever worn a toe-plate. Cardinal 31 a n a g e r Johnny Keane goes along with Rockcy to this extent: Whenever anyone asks him how the Cards will do this year, be replies: "A lot depends on Washbum." Washburn boosted St. Louis into fourth place Tuesday night with a 2-1 victory over Philadelphia even though he needed a bit of help from Ron Taylor in the ninth inning. Taylor Finishes Washburn, a conscientious sort who worries when he walks a batter or gets a pitch in the wTong place, checked the Phils on seven hits Tuesday night but yielded to Taylor after giving up a single to Bobby Wine in the ninth. The Cardinals handed Jim Running his first loss after three straight victories by clipping him for two runs in the fifth on a double by Johnny Lewis and singles by Phil Gagliano. Curt Flood and Bill White. Washburn shut out the Phils until the eighth when Tony Gonzalez tagged him for a home run. The Giants maintained their one-game hold on first place with a 2-1 win over the Colts, the Reds defeated the Pirates, 5-4, and the Braves blanked the Mets, 6-0, in the only other National League games scheduled. AL Action Cleveland beat Boston, 4-0. in the American League where New York topped Detroit, 4-3, in 10 innings, Baltimore hipped Washington, 2-1. and Los -Angeles bumped Kansas City, 8-1. Even though Willie Mays and Orlando Cepeda sat this one out because of injuries, the Giants still rolled to their fourth straight triumph with a 10-hit attack against the Colts. A single by Willie McCovey, Duke Snider's double and a sacrifice fly gave San Francisco its first run off loser Don Nottebart (0-3) in the fourth inning and they pushed across the winning run in the fifth when Jesus Alou singled, stole second and tame home on another single by older brother -Matty. Jack Sanford won his third with Bob Shaw's aid in the ninth. Robinson Homers Twice Pete Rose's single with the bases loaded in the ninth capped a three-run rally by the Reds that overtook the Pirates. Frank Robinson tied the score in the same frame when be socked his second homer of the game with one aboard. Earlier, Gene Freese hit his third homer of the year for the Pirates and Donn Clendenon his second. Reliever Jim Dickson was credited with his first major victory while Vera Law, who shut out the Reds through the first six innings, suffered his second defeat. Warren . Spahn was just too much for the Mets as he stopped them on four hits and also contributed a two-run double to the Braves' attack. The victory, Milwaukee's fourth in a row, vened Spahn's season record at 2-2 and was the 352nd- of his career as well as his 63rd major league shutout. Only Eddie Plank, with 64 shutouts, is ahead of Spahn among all-time left-handed major league pitchers. Tough-luck Tracy Stallard went dovra to his fourth loss compared with one victory. For the Mets, it was. 15 out of 18. Losses, that is. Wiilie Brown honored at SC LOS ANGELES (UPI) —The Trojan Diamond Medal award was presented to football and baseball star Willie Brown Blon- day night as the University of Southern California honored its outstanding athletes at the annual Associated Men's Students Assembly. Enrertainment golf LOS ANGELES (UPI)-5ome 125 show business personalities will compete in the sLvth annual World Entertainment Golf Championship in Long Beach M a y 23 - 24, General Chairman Maurie Luxford announced Tuesday. Additional sports on Page 18

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