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Terrier track out for GIF men berths Hedlands High thin clads will be out to gain berths in the CaliXornia Interscholastic Federation preliminary meet tonight in the Citrus Belt League track and field finals at Colton High School. Field events start at 7 p.m. with the fir.st running race at 7:30 p.m. The three top tracksters in each event will advance to the CIF preliminaries at Fontana May 16. All class A track and field events will be held plus running events in the B and C classes. Field events have already been completed for the two smaller classes. Cold weather is expected to hamper any record breaking efforts by the runners and jumpers. Coach Bill Cunningham's Terriers will be led by sprinter Roger Cox and hurdler Steve Huffstutler. Redlands qualified a total of 19 athletes for the meet plus all distance runners who will go for the first time tomght. The longest race held Tuesday was 440 yards. In class A competition San Bernardino qualified nine. Bed- lands seven, Chaffey six, Ramona and Fontana four, and Riverside Poly, Colton, and Pacific each three. Phillies holler for more punch and finally get it By MILTON RICHMAN UPl Sports Writer Philadelphia Manager Gene M a u c h kept hollering for "more punch" and he finally got it — from a former heavyweight champion. Not many people realize the Phillies carry an ex-bo.\ing champ around with them. Catcher Clay Dah-ymple cer tainly doesn't look like one to begin with and the way he's been hitting lately, he couldn't outpoint your sister, anyway. But he delivered a knockout punch Thursday night with a two-run homer that was his first hit in two weeks and carried the Phils to a 9-6 victory over the Milwaukee Braves. Dalrymple, batting an anemic .095, connected off Hank Fischer, who pitched a two-hitter against the Phillies his last previous time out. The blow put Philadelphia ahead to stay and helped Art Mahaffey to his second victory even though Jack Baldschun had to bail him out in the eighth following a three run homer by Eddie Mathews. Boxing Career Oh yes, about Dah'ymple's bo.ving background. He was the heavj-weight champion at Chico (Calif.) State College where he won 11 of his 13 bouts. The Giants stayed on top with a 7-6 win over the Cubs, tlie Cardinals picked off the Pirates, 4-2, the Colts beat the Dodgers, 2-1, and the Mets ended a five-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over the Reds. In the American League, the first-place Indians overcame the Orioles, 9-4, the Yankees defeated the Senators, 9-6, the Twins beat the Angels, 9-1, and the Red So.x downed the Tigers, 7-3. Tom Haller's two-run single in the eighth inning gave the Giants their victory over the Cubs. Willie Mays, hitting a cool .479, kept the eighth inning rally alive wth his third hit of the game. Billy Williams had four hits for the Cubs. Gaylord Perry, sixth of seven Giant pitchers, was the winner and Lindy McDanicl the Isoer. Simmons Wins Third Southpaw Curt Simmons gained his third victory for the Cardinals although Roger Craig helped him out when the Pirates kicked up in the ninth. Simmons was tagged for a two- run homer in the first inning by Roberto Clcmente but the Cards raked loser Bob Vcale on four singles, a fielder's choice and an error. Houston's Bob Bruce scored his first victory over the Dodgers in three years even though he failed to finish. Loser Joe Moeller (1-2) gave up only five hits but left the game, trailing 2-0, in the seventh. Al Spanglcr singled home the decisive run for the Colls. Maury Wills had a double and three singles for the Dodgers. Al Jackson recorded his third victory for the Mets (they've won only four games in all) by scattering nme hits against the Reds. Tim Hartaess hit a two- run homer in the first inning and Al Morgan singled home what proved to be the winning run in the second iiming. Jim Maloney struck out 10 but suf fered his third setback in five decisions. RJHS picks up 3-1 win over Chaffey nine Redlands Junior High picked up a 3-1 win over a tough Chaffey nine yesterday on the losers diamond. Danny R. Smith was the win rung pitcher for coach Dave Farmer's squad. He allowed five hits, struck out four and gave up three walks. Shortstop Danny C. Smith was praised by the coach for a good defensive job. Mike Wiles collected one hit, Jim Ctoyazo went two for four, and Danny Smith 2-2. Thursday the Wildcats will host Norco at Redlands with game time 3:15 p.m. STANDINGS Americtn L«agu« Cleveland Chicago Xew York Baltimore Detroit Minnesota Los Angeles Boston Washmgton Kansas City W. u 10 9 9 9 10 9 8 9 7 L. 5 5 7 9 9 10 11 10 14 11 Pet. .688 .667 .553 .500 .500 .500 .450 .449 .391 .383 Redlands Daily Facts Friday, May 8, 1964 - 7 Terrier nine second in CBL standings Redlands high Terriers moved into second place in the Citrus Belt League baseball scramble yesterday when Fontana struck down San Bemar dino 5-4 in a league game. Today the Terriers, coached by Joe DeMaggio, tangle with the Cardinals in a showdown game. A Redlands win would boost them into the CIF playoffs, a loss could eliminate their chances. Redlands will need wins today, over San Bernardino, and Tuesday when they travel to meet Fontana in the CBL finale. League leading Riverside is two games ahead of the resurg- ing Terriers. Last season Red Dodgers head north for Candlestick engagement 58 49 50 49 53 64 52 49 29 50 40 46 n 66 63 59 Fresno opens season for Olympic selections FRESNO, CaUf. (UPD- The opening round of the West's big carnival of relays that leads up to the Midsummer Olympic Games trials gets under way tonight as the 38th annual West Coast Relays kicks off on a two- day program. The junior colleges, high schools and small colleges com pete in tonight's sessions. The giants of track and field, in their first big western test of the year, compete Saturday. Following these relays, oldest in the West, come the ColiscUm Relays in Los Angeles May 15; "the California Relays at Modes to May 23; the Compton Invi taUonal June 5; the NCAA college division championships at Fresno June 12-13; and the NCAA track and field championships at Eugene, Ore., June 18-19-20. The other big ones in the West this summer are the Unit ed States vs. Russia in Los An gcles July 25-26; and the final U.S. Olympic trials in Los An geles Sept. 12-13. The talent for the West Coast Relays open and intercollegiate divisions Saturday niglit isn't quite up to par because many of the coaches are holding back on the conditioning of their athletes. They fear they will reach their peak before the important mid-summer meets. University of Southern California, perennial team champion, is sending only 10 men to the meet. But there are many strong teams, including those from Stanford, San Jose State, California, Santa Clara Youth Village, New Mexico, Oregon State, Pasadena Athletic Association, Occidental, Fresno State, Brig ham Young and others. RHS golfers lose to Chaffey Tigers Redlands high Terrier golf team lost by a single stroke yesterday to Chaffey 201-200 over the Tigers home course. The last two Chaffey players birdied the final hole and the Terriers came home in par. Leading coach Bob Hahn's team was Randy Weaver with a 37, Dick Freeman had a 38, Bryan Schwartz 39, Steve Wil- boum 43 and Greg Weaver 44. Monday the Terriers host Ramona on the Redlands Country Club course with the first man off the tee at 2:30 p.m. Thursday's Results Boston 7 Detroit 3 Minnesota 9 Los Angeles 1 Cleveland 9 Baltimore 4, night N.Y. 9 Washington 6, night (Only games scheduled) Saturday's Games Chicago at Los Angeles, night Kansas City at Minnesota Baltimore at Detroit Boston at Washington New York at Cleveland National League W. L. Pet. GB San Francisco 13 5 .722 Philadelphia 12 6 .667 1 .Milwaukee 12 8 .600 2 St. Louis 12 9 .571 2Vi Pittsburgh 11 9 .550 3 Cincmnati U 10 .524 3'^ Chicago 7 10 .412 5Vi Los Angeles 9 13 .409 6 Houston 9 14 .391 6\i New York 4 16 .200 10 Thursday's Results Philadelphia 9 MUw., 6, night St. Louis 4 Pitts. 2, night Houston 2 Los Ang. 1, night San Francieco 7 Chicago 6 New York 3 CincinnaU 2 Siturdty't Games Milwaukee at Pittsburgh Los Angeles at San Francisco Cincinnati at Philadelphia Houston at Chicago St. Louis at New York LUBE ROOM 5opics By DICK ANDERSON Th« station wagon wis warmly welcomed into American life . . . Not only is it great for Urge families. but for traveling, it cin't be bc«t . . . Plenty of room for cvtryone and always a roof ever your head with a bed* room in the back ... DICK ANDERSON'S MOBIL SERVICE. tXPEBT LUBRICATION I BRAKE SERVICE 8 W R.dlondi ei«i I 773 Z769 REDLANDS Hawkins wins over Torres LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Dttight Hawkins, a 119Vi-pound muscular bantamweight from Los Angeles, decisioned Moi Torres, 121Va, of Guadalajara, Mexico, Thursday night for his fourth straight victory of the year. Hawkins controlled the fight throughout the 10 rounds but, was once visably staggered in the ninth. However, he was able to remain mside Torres' long punches and contmually scored ttith hooks to the bead and body. Torres, 321'.4, is the brother of Alacran Torres whose loss last Thursday to Hiroyuki Ebihara touched off a riot at Olympic Auditorium. Kezar bout slated SAN FRANCISCO (UPI>-Joe Brown, the former lightweight champion of the world, and Paulie Armstead, an able and durable campaigner, have been signed for a 10-round bout at Kezar Pavilion on May 25. Brou-n won a unanimous decision over Tony Perez Tuesday night. Major League Leaders National League G. AB R. H. Pet. Mays, SP 17 71 23 34 .479 Wiliams. Chi 17 70 15 27 .386 Clmente, Pitt 20 86 15 33 .384 Santo, Chi 16 55 11 21 J82 StargcU, Pitt 15 59 12 22 .373 Allen. Phil 18 75 16 27 .350 Boyer, StL 21 81 13 29 .358 Cardnas, Cin 21 73 12 26 .356 Johnson, Cin 16 43 9 15 .349 Torre, Mil 20 80 14 27 .338 American League Fregosi. LA 16 53 14 23 .434 OUva, Minn 20 89 20 38 .427 Freeman, Det 13 45 5 19 .422 Romno, Clev 10 36 8 14 .389 Brcsoud, Bos 18 75 II 29 .387 Robnson, Chi 15 57 11 21 .368 Tresh, NY 14 44 5 16 .364 Weis, Chi 15 44 5 15 .341 'Hllman, Bos 15 53 3 IS .340 Robnson, Bait 18 69 10 23 .333 Home Runs National League — Mays, Giants 10; Howard, Dodgers 8; IWilhams. Cubs; Allen. Phils; McCovey, Giants all 6. American League — Colavito, AthleUcs 8; OUva, Twins 7; Allison, Twins; Gentile, Athletirs; Hall, Twins all 6. Runs BaHed In National League — Mays, GianU 26; Williams, Cubs 16; Boyer, Cards; Stargell, Pirates; Torre, Braves all 15. American League — Wagner, Indians 20; Oliva, Twins 18; Cash, Tigers 17; Stuart, Red Sox 15; Colavito, Athletics 15. BOWL FOR HEALTH, RECREATION Summer leogues How Forming Men's - Women's - Mixed Openings now available for all morning and nighf time (8 p.m.) leagues FhoM 793-2525 for Informatm EMPIRE BOWL S40 W. Colton Ave. TERRIER SKIMMER - Redlands High hurdler Mike Binkley scoots over the timbers in the Citrus Belt League preliminaries. Tonight Binkley end the rest of the RHS track and field team will compete in the CBL finals at Colton High school starting at 7 p. m. Binkley will be running both the 70 highs and the 120 yard lows in class B. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Redlands Racquet club tourney off to good start Inspite of two rainy weekends the Redlands Racquet Club round-robin singles tournamcn: has gotten off to an auspicious start with one hundred and thirty men's singles matches already played and forty-five women's singles matches completed. Bob Ford and Mike Taibert lead the field of twenty-four men players witli eleven matches each completed. Ruth CoUoy leads the women players having completed nme of the ten matches she will have to play. Betty Gibson and Janet Lee are next having played six matches each. The tournament will last lor the next two weekends and will end Jlay 17th. All players are urged to play as many matches as possible between now and then. The following arc entered: Jack Coke, Mike Talbcrt, Bob Ford, Ken .McKenzie, Bob Moore. Jim Fallows, Wcs Ogle, Bill Palmer, George Ale.xandris, Walter Mcrtons, Ray Ross, Roger Mord. Paul Crawford, Hal Robinson. Everett Hayes, Lou Katz, Doug Smoot. Leslie Gay. Joe CoUey. Ted Thcc, Ralph Coates. Paul Curran, Don Billhardt, and Gor don U'ildc. In Women's singles are: Ruth Colley. Betty Gibson. Pat Pratt. Janet Lee, Mattie .Mac Hawes, Jan Hawes, Janice Ball, Donna Kirschncr, Joy Marcus, Betty Giberson and Mallie Kim. The week following this lour nament the Redlands Racquet Club will sponsor a closed City tournament This tournament will, according to Overton Pratt, tournament director for the Racquet Club, detcrmme the men's and women's champions of Redlands. Jim Verdick will be in charge of this tournament and will very shortly announce the, events to be scheduled. By ALEX KAHN UPI Sporti Writer LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The Los Angeles Dodgers headed north today into the lair of the league - leading San Francisco Giants where they will attempt to stretch two proven starting pitchers as far as they can go. What once had been tabbed the best pitching staff in the National League is down to Don Drysdale and Sandy Kou fax and a big question mark so far as starters are concerned. The world's champions ended a six-game home stand with three victories, two by Drysdale and one by Koufax in his comeback appearance after having been sidelined 12 days with a torn muscle in his forearm. The big mystery was when and whether Johnny Podres will return to action. The veteran southpaw has worked only two innings in one game this year because of arm injuries. In an effort to fill the gap, manager Walt Alston used Nick WiUhite and Joe MoeUer starters during the home stand Each dropped a game and in the third loss, Moeller started hut Bob Sliller was charged with the defeat in relief. The Dodgers profess they have not given up on Podres pointing out he got off to slow start last season but came through in the late stages of the campaign. A rumor a deal was in the works to trade Pod res to Houston drew a denial Thursday night. The Dodgers dropped a 2 decision Thursday night to the Houston team although they out- hit the Colts, getting nine hits 10 the victors' five. But Los An geles left ten men stranded on the bases. Houston got the victory for Bob Bruce even though he gave up eight hits and bad to be replaced in the seventh by Hal Brown, with Hal Woodeshick coming in with two out in the ninth to nip a faint hope for a run by the Dodgers. Bruce helped his own cause by scoring the winning run in the sixth when he led off with a single and scored from second on.Al Spangler's single. The other run came in the fifth on a single by Walt Bond, Jim Wynn's double and a sacrifice fly by Bob Aspromonte. The lone Dodger nm was scored by Dick Tracewski in the seventh as he singled, went to third on Wes Parker's pinch single and came home on Mau ry Wills' sacrifice fly. Wills stretched his hitting streak to seven games and had four hits in four times at bat. But none of his bits resulted in runs. Longshots come in CHERRY HILL, N.J. (UPI)The hatpin pickers had a field day at Garden State Park Wednesday when a pair of 17-1 longshots produced a $1,072.20 daily double. Inquisition paid $35.80 for the first half of the double and Congratulate made it all come true with a $3520 payoff in the second race. YMCA SWIM TEAM - Col. Will O. Brimberry. coach of the Redlands YMCA swimming team points out the handsome trophies the boys brought home from the Southern Colifomio Championships at Santa Monica. Shown are (l-r) rear, John Jones, Bruce Kocsis, Marc Miles and front (l-r) Bill Brimberry, Billy Showver end Larry Boxer. Bruce, More, Bill and larry won first place in the medley relay championship. Bill/ Showver tied the record in the butterfly and took first in the individual medley. The Redlands Y team finished second by one point for the overall championship. At Empire Bowl: Even Dozen High Game and Series — Tom DeYoung 268, 647. 200 aub — D. Smith 220, J. Tovar 207, D. Brandon 254, J. MitcheU 221, N. Moore 202, T. DeYoung 268, C. Kerr 205, P. Fultz 2U, B. Fischer 203, H. Al bertson 207, R. Thiem 207. R. Davenport 237, W. Woodering 213, C. Jones 208, J. Mercer 234. Final Standings: Inland Septic 86H-53V5, Brookside Dairy 83-57, Calif. Water and Tel Two 81-59, Calif. Water and Telephone One 80«.-59Vi, U-Rundle Mek A Nix 7fr64. Sanitary Plumbing 72-68, U-Rundle Hi- Fires 74Vi-65ii, Pure Gold 69ii 70ii, Bills Barber Shop 65Vi 74Vi, Bobs Ready Mix 58V4-81ii, Sunset Tile and Roofing 52V^- 87V4, Mentone Uquors 51Vi-88V=, Brookside Market 51-89. Thursday Nita Rejects High Game — Dick Mulder 211, Carolyn Harvey 209, Series —Dick Mulder 565, JoAnne Hayhurst 499. 200 Club — Carolj-n Harvey 209, Dave Martin 200. Carl Red mond 203, Dick Mulder 211. Standings: Tenax Town 64-35, .Mulders A 59-40. Cunninghams 58m, Anodynes 55-44, Dukes 4851. Jim Glaze 48-51. Sims 441} 54ii, Don Hunts 41-58, JoUy Jug 40H-58V3, Highlanders 37-62. Junior Women High Game — Kay Skyberg 211, Series — Pat Buyak 560, 200 Club — Kay Skyberg 211 Vemt WilUams 207. Standings: Vans Plumbing 5931, Huiskens 56V3-33ii, Skyberg 53H-36H, Redlands Plumbing 52-38, Lcvines 51-39. Jacinto and Son 49Mr-40^i, Electronic Whole 49 -41, Brookside Market 48 42, Carini and Marchesc 48-42, Brookside Beauty 48-42, Eraerich and McDowell 44-46, Brookside Dairy 43-47, Western Auto 42-48, Balaban 42 -48, Astro 41V3-48Vi, Audio Visual 40V4-49V4. Bootery Advertiser 36-54, Redlands Camera 30-60, Citrus Liquor 3060. Junior Major JDgh Game — Al Otterbeck! 247, Series — Gair Lackey 627. 200 Club — Dale Cannon 222. Hucfc Houchin 205, Mai Harsh-| man 216, Clair Lackey 232, Von Hortcn 225, Carson Kilday 245, Al Otterbeck 247, Lou Nova 234, Jim White 202, Don Wheeler 218. Vem Parton 221, Dave Dietzel 201, Dick Mulder 202, Rich Mulder' 200, Buck Buckmaster 201, Sonny Capehart 224, Herman Schroeder 234, George Lincoln 223, Howard Burfchart Jr. 205, Soward Buckhard St. 219, Amie Franz 203, Bud Bales 200, Bill StcU 203. Standings: Wayne Gosset Ford KVi-aVx, Cunninghams Pharmacy 68-37. Sedgwick Amegard Ins 60-15, Trophy Award 54-51, Gaugh Plumbing 54-51, Ells Sheet Metal 50-55, Thelmas Fine 46-59. Palate* Cabinet Shop 45 60. Andersons Union Service 4461, Team Ten 27H-77^4. Spedal Points Thelmas Fine 2840. Cun ningfaams Pharmacy 1025. lands finished the CBL residing in the storm cellar. Citrus Belt League Varsity Baseball W. L. RF R.\ Riverside 9 Redlands 7 San Bernardino.. 6 Fontana 6 Ramona 6 Pacific 5 Chaffey 5 Colton 4 Yesterday's Results Fontana 5, SBHS 4. Ramona 4, Riverside 2. CBL Team HiHing AB H.Avg. Riverside 310 Colton 324 Fontana 316 San Bernardino ... 320 Redlands 322 Chaffey 323 Pacific 329 Ramona 293 CBL Top Individuals Lou Hunter (Col)... 37 18 Doug Moore (Ra).. 34 Dan Finfrock (Red) 37 Larry Housley (Col) 40 Ron Shotts (Chaf). 27 Jim CosteUo (Pac). 22 John Anderson (SB) 36 Rick Bodle (Riv)...36 Kent Pelazini (Pac) 37 Greg Heer (Ra).... 36 Tom Kaszer (Fon).. 36 Art Hardge (SB)... 36 C. Van Dusen (Riv)30 G. Rodgers (Red).. 37 Paul Zetts (Fon)... 41 Rich Sbmers (Chaf) 38 T. Lindsey (Riv)... 32 Larr>- Roma (Fon). 29 Bobby Bonds (Red) 30 G. CampbeU (Red). 30 86 87 83 83 83 76 77 67 13 14 15 10 8 13 13 13 12 12 12 10 12 13 12 10 9 9 9 .277 .269 .263 .259 .258 .235 .234 .229 .486 .382 .378 .375 .370 .361 .361 .361.351 .333 .333 .333 .333 .324 .317 .316 .313 .310 .300 .300 San Francisco ready for visitors from file South By SCOTT BAILLIE UPI SporH Writer S.^N FRANCISCO (UPI) - 5Iaybe the San Francisco Giants were saving their extra base hits for the three game series which opens tonight here with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Each of their 15 hits Thursday was a single and Tom Haller provided the biggest of all in the eighth inning when he hit a two-run shot that gave the Giants a 7-6 victory over the Chicago Cubs. WiUie Mays? He's still rapping the ball and brought his pace-setting batting average up to .479 vith three one-baggers in five trips to the plate. Tonight the mighty center- fielder is rcheduled to face the Dodgers' Phil Ortega (1-1) while Juan Marichal (4-0) goes after his 11th sti-aight win over a two season span. "I think I hit a fork ball," Haller said of his two-run liner that scorched past first baseman Ernie Banks and down the right field Une. The blow came off Lindy McDaniel. \tteran relief pitcher who had bailed himself out of a bases-loaded jam in the seventh inning and entered the Giants half of the eighth holding a 6-5 lead. Then Jesus Alou made his third hit of the day, a smgle to left field and Mays followed with a single to center off his bat-handle. The hit sent Alou to third base and Willie stole second to set up Haller's chitch liner. Gaylord Perry, the sixth to show up in manager Alvin Dark's parade of seven pitchers, hurled one inning and picked up his first win of the season in as many decisions. McDaniel's mark now is 0 -1. However, it was no cinch in the ninth for the Giants with Bob Shaw coming up to try and sew thrngs up. Lou Brock and Billy Williams each singled off him with nobody down. But then Shaw, whose earned run average has shrunk to an unofficial 0.97, ended the game by retiring the ne.xt three iiitters in order. The Cubs pounced on starter Billy O'Dell for four runs in the first inning before he was taken ouL San Francisco tied the score in its half of the second inning wi^ Mays' first single deadlockmg the contest. Jim Davenport singled to ^ve the Giants a 5-4 lead in the fifth but then the Cubs put two across in the seventh with Banks singling a cross the go- ahead tally. J. C. AGAJANIAN PRESENTS LIVE! •ONaOSED ^I ciRCun TV! IHDIAHAPOLIS 500 MILE RACE 3V2 THRILL- PACKEO HOURS MEMORIAL DAY, SAT.. MAY 30th Will NOT be shown on home TV TMWMI FKilttitt SmM *l TilrfnapTM SWING AUDITORIUM SAN BERNARDINO Dears Open 7:30 A. M. Ccremenias <:40 A. M. Race Starts 9:00 A. M. 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