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   Star-News (Newspaper) - April 21, 1964, Pasadena, California                               What They're Saying.. SPORTS An died Monday, was manager and a great tactician." a man of his word." HOWIK wimircu Wm ,ut ,lfc, sincerity." RED never, crlliclzpd a young player lor making an error. If he got on you, he knew now to do it privately." IHCK S1EBERT, ex-major leaguer and present base- ball conch at University of need to re- store community baseball. These town teams should he aided by major league base- ball who then could draft players. This would serve as a vast farm system for or- ganized baseball.'.' LAKKY SNYDKlt, I960 U.S. Olympic (rack "We should 'sluy an Inp In truck anil-field. Other na- tions are. getting tetter hy using our techniques. Bui we should win hiindily." FORD FRICK BILL OltWIG, Indiana ath- letic lifting of NCAA sanctions against us was like breaking out of Hie clouds Into the sunshine. Our house is in order and we intend to keep it that way." MONKS, trainer for Calumet Ken- luck Jug shows something in lire Chesapeake Slakes Satur- day, we will ship him lo Louisville." Sll) AltKL, Detroit Red Wing like Toronto's Ice. They like ours. This makes the two-all Stanley Cup series interesting at this 'ROBERTO can hit wilh nnylmily. I believe. I'm' as good a hitler as Willie Mays or Henry Annm. My drawback is luck of home run power. I figure I'll hit .310 ihls year. I'm now." HWI> "Regarding the proposal that baseball play'only 60 games, we have established our impact nn the public with our present program and can't give it up." CHARLES 0. feel badly about the city coun- cil's ban on fireworks displays afler A's home runs. As a substitute, we will sound off three loud horns." 'Can't Army Find Spot for Clay Long Thinks He'll Break -1'. By GEORGE JENSEN "Wilh a litllo more speed, and If 1 can get my right leg under me, I should bo able to add "a couple of feet to my world slwtpulter las Long declared at Monday's meeting of the Southern Cali- fornia Track and Field Writ- ers. The writers seemed to go along wilh his prediction as they forecast up (o 67 feet for th'o weight event at this week- end's sixth annual Ml. San An- tonio Relays at Ml. Sac Col- lege in Walnut. Long has a pending world record of which the Pasadena Athletic Association star readied two weeks ago. "I've been saving myself for this coming meet and from here on I'm going to work like hell to make that Olympic Long declared. He will be one of over 300 athletes competing in the Re- lays which begin at 10 a.m. Friday and end up. at noon Sunday. Highlight of Iho meet will be the open event sched- ule which runs from 11 a.m. Saturday until p.m. Tire Track and Field Writ- ers went as high as 67 feet in prophesizing the outcome of the sliotpiil which Includes a field of O'Brien of the PAA, Dave Davis of Camp Pendloton, and the possible entry of Randy Malison of Texas A M. Bob Day of UCLA, former San Marino high star, gained the lion's share of honork al Monday's maetlng as-the unanimous clioice f o r track athlete of the week In Southern California." Field athlele of Ihe week was John Rambo of Long Beach Slate, who won the high jump at Occidental College in a morning test and then de- feated America's first seven- footer, Charles Dumas, in a special exhibition at Ihc Coli- seum Saturday afternoon. Special awards were voted for two outstanding- high school athletes, Mike Woods who triple jumped Paul Wilson who set a -new national pole vault record at 15-7. Junior college recogni- tion was accorded Bob Do- lany who set a two-mile rec- ord of Saturday. One of the outstanding dis- tance runncre in the nalion, Jim Grelle of the L.A. Track Club, forecast a new national record in the meters. "Tills season has given us an opportunity to really take aim on (lie metric lie claimed.' >We will see many records set as a result of prep- aration for the' Olympic Games in Tokyo In October. "1 really couldn't tell you who's running he said. "But from what I un: dersland, Dyrol Burleson of Oregon and Tom O'Hara of Il- linois should be able to push anybody to new records. I think that all of us will get close to the world mark. But, a lot will depend on weather. Fox Makes Deal Look Good Newest Colt Pays OH Pram Wire iV'i vices General manager Paul Rich- ards of Ihe Houston Colts may lave pulled the coup of the win- ter trading season when he ac- quired Nelson Fox from Hie Chi- cago White Sox for two minor eaguc players valued at 000. At SB Fox doesn't have too tiany big league seasons left but he Colts are worried more about the present than the fu- lure. 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 lits in 17 American League sea- sons, is batting .364 after six in the National League and Monday night shared Iron ors wilh pitcher Dick Fairell as the Colts beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 7-1, for (heir thin WASHINGTON Congressmen mutlerert Mon- day about the Army's explanation of why it declined to draft loud-talking Cassius Clay. They said there must be some job In the service for the heavyweight champ, even if it's kitchen wlice. In a report made public Sat- irday, Army Secretary Stephen Ailes said Clay, tested both be Spahn Won't Be Disciplined Manager Bobby Bragan of the Milwaukee Braves said Monday hp plans no disciplinary action against veteran pitcher Warren Hpahn and rookie catcher Phil Roof who were involved in an afinr-hours incident in a Hous- ton, Tex., night club early Sal- ore and after he wrested t h e and tripled Iromc two more run world's heavyweight crown from oft reliever Harry Fanok in th unlay. Spahn and his 23-year-olr vin of the year. Fox drove in four runs will a two run single and a twn triple to provide the ke )lows behind the four hit pitch ng of F a r r e 11. He capped 'our run rally that drove Ra Sadscki to cover in the secom inning with the two run sing 055 Ib ''Ml 3D cr Job'son rf lofernon 11 kinntr II jdvrords c Cord'os ss pur key P Tololi Cincinnati dn i-onmmaln, Hoof, were arre.slet along with eight other palron? when Texas Liquor Contra Board officers raided the club They were charged suming alcoholic beverages aft er the 1 a.m. closing hour am eaclrposted bond. have no curfew nn thi: club, and I don't, think wo neet one as long as the players don' bring embarrassment lo me o the ball said Bragan. "As I understand it, (he inci INCINNATI dent occurred only 10 minutes after closing time. I see no rea- son lo fine either one." PCC Gym Champions Close WSC Coach Jerry Todtt's newly crowned Gymnastic Federation National champions at Pasa- dena City College close out Ihe Western State Conference dual- 'meel schedule. Wednesday against Los Angeles City Col legc, at LACC gym at 3 p.m. The Lancers won their 55th nnd 56lh straight victories las week, over Glendale, 108-36, am scored points to nmnenip Nebraska's 21 in the Federation championships in Iowa. Er-Gopiait! i tr i Boston Dick Nicholas won all-around honors in the championships hy winning the parallel bars ant ring events and placing fourth in another event. Olher Lance winners were Dunn Dimil, frci ex; Sieve Park, long horse Seconds went to Bob Hyde parallel, bars, Al Langdon am Sullivan, lied in tumbling. Sul livan was third in the trampt> line; Warren Beers, fourth o the rings; Hyde, fifth on the Sonny Lislon at Miami Fob, 25 )assed GI physical tests but lunked the mental exams. Ailes, in a letter to the House Armed Services Committee, said the growing complexity of veapons systems rules out in- duclion of any but "fully train able" manpower. Committee chairman Carl 'ins on, D-Ga., accepted the Army's reporl and said he plan- ned no further inquiry into the matter. Some others were not so ready to drop it. 'The Army's refusal to ac- cept the heavyweight champion of the world has triggered an anti-draft reaction among many said Rep. Frank Bow, R-Ohio. pholo OUT IN City College's Randy DeGregori won the first heal of the 400-yard individual medley, Monday during the first day of the Western State Confer- ence swimming and diving championships at Ihe PCC pools. Meet continues Wednesday. Pierce Tankers Take Early Lead Pierce College vaulted to a surprising half-point lead in the pcning day of the three-day Western Slate Conference swim- ling championship Monday in the Pasadena City College pools. The Brabmas amassed points, to stay ahead of undc- eated dual meet champion Glendale, which has 36. PCC is in lird place with 25 points, fol- iwed by Los Angeles CC wilh 5, Harbor, 10, and Compton, Pasadena Cily College's Lee a time of bettering the mark of The Vaqs also recorded a new standard in the 400-yard indor nicked John Schmidt ofjmedly relay with a time of ierce by one-tenth of a second which lowers the 1962 n the 500-yard freestyle to win hat event in and then ame back to lake second to the 3rahmas' Larry Hanes in the jO-yard freestyle. v Hahes lowered his WSC rec ird to ?3.7 in winning the event or the second straight year. Tinder, was timed in 23.8. Glendale's Keith Kjeldsen set new-conference record in the 400-yard individual medley with BOXES E-Sonlord. W.cCovcv, Sklnntr. PO-A- Clncinrnjll 74-10, SO.T Fraichco-27-8. OP- Illler and McCovev. 11. on Francisco 7. Cardenas. Alo-j. Pi SftN FRANCISCO oorhM 4 0 Q Q J. Alou rf 3D 5131 Hlllcr 7b 4 1 _ 401) Mays cf 4131 5015 Mr-Covev Ib 4111 3000 Snider It 310' 2000 Karl 3b 3 0 a 4010 Holler c 30 31 10 Pcoon 5S 4000 Santord 34 1 7 5 3 0 1 3100 JO i fonrlh. Boston mound aces Bill Mon- Touquetle and Dick Radatz landed Yogi Berra's Yankees Jieir fourth loss in five starts Monday, 4-0, in a frigid Patriot's Day game. Temperatures in the 30s forced postponement of the morning half of the scheduled holiday douhleheader and chilled in Ihe salvaged afternoon game. Monbouquelle, w h b retired after eight innings with a stiff pitching elhow, did not allow a runner past second as he scat- tered seven liils. Boston jumped on debnling Yankee rookie southpaw Bob Meyer for two runs in the first inning and added single runs in the fourth and fifth. Meanwhile, in the National .pague, the host San Francisco Giants took advantage of a Cin- innati muff to hand the Reds a 5-2 loss. Left fielder Bob Skinner madr a two-run error on Tom Haller's, bases-loaded pop fly in the ighth inning lo give the Giants Ihe win. "The wind was worse than ?ian school teacher, won 3oston Marathon Monday HR-McCovev. SB I 7 5 2- I i ___ _, .jnfofd, Cardenas. Hor Weyer, Contort and Vertioi. v Sai 'er, Co Jonjolei Jlch'dson Aarls rl cl ob r h b1 3b 40C Sb 4 0 j ob r h b Schilling 2t> 4 1 4 0 J 0 Molione 3b ___ IF 3010 Sluart Ib 'collone Ib 4010 award c 4020 4 I I 4000 Tlirman c 400 -cola 0000 Rodalr t> 000 1000 Totals 31 4. 7 Totals J5 oul lor Mever In 7ih; Walked lor Monbc-unustte In 8lh; c Struck out for Remit m 9lh. Kl MO 000-0 200 DOttn-4 Trosh o a Woe re Renltl 0 c Blanch c hTd 411 201 307 Teacher Misses Own Record in Marathon BOSTON Van- dendriessche, a 30-year-old Bel- the for :he second consecutive year. His time was Iti seconds off the record pace he set last year. No other runners were in sight when the 5-foot-8, 128-pound Bel- gian crossed the finish Tenho Salakka of Finland turned the last corner seconds later to finish in second place: and Ronald Wallir.gford of Ham- ilton, Ontario, was third. "Vandy" waved his hands at the cheering crowd as he jogged easily across the finish line. He ran a short distance past the tape and then posed for pliotog raphers as he returned lo the line. said Skinner after the game. "I just dropped the ball booted it." Willie Mays zoomed his aver- age to .444 in the San Francisco win. Mays lashed out two singles and a double and Willie Mc- Covey, who had been 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 (he Giants. Chico Ruiz had three hits for Cincinnati. Win it's Doiny in Sports ___i ond Stu, PeoJtone. LOL ___ 'oliaro. Mev.er L. 0-) i Ycrk no, Bres- >slriemskl. IF H e i t o ___________________ 7 0 !odotr 1 7 0 0 0 Floherly, Carrlvan, Holler ST. LOUIS HOUSTON cb r h bl 53 t 1 Lilirs si fl 0 f Fox 2b 3 t 7b 0 3 Celts... (Continued) long horse; ami sixth, free ex. Al Langrton, While Ib vcr 3b :rerrwns If laoilano If .This newest honor brought to 18, the championships that PCC has won since 1961. The olhers are Junior National AAU (3 Junior AAU Metropolitan AAU (3 Southern California Junior Col- lege (3 WSC Champion- ship (3 UCLA Invita- tional Santa Monica Invitational and Trade Tech In- vltalional. er 40001 :'kt p 0000 porreil ok D 1 0 0 o irwlck 1 0 fl n II 0000 M 1 4 1 Totalt --Flted oul for Fortok in struck out for Burdelle Jlh. 4010 Weekly If 3111 3b 4 "TOO Wvnn cl only the San Francisco writers in to talk with his players. "Boston had a great game offensively and defensive- Hannum said. "But we're capable of better basketball than we've shown and we can't go on like this. Still, they were great, just he mumbled as he hurried for a cab. Lovcllette told-newsmen he did not see the punch on the chin that floored him during the E-Floojt, Wvnn. PO-A-SI. LoulJ 24-5, Houston 27-11. Kosfco and Run- neis; Kosko and Runnels. Louis o and 5. S Burdette Tcvtor orrtll -Bv 3 I J 8 i 1 T J 2 Flood. WP-Fonok. Formcn, Jooowskl 4110 game. Chamberlain, who threw 10 o-o the blow, didn't want to talk i about it. But that didn't prevent Auer- oach from delivering a few thousand choice words on the subject. In summary, Red said as for as I know, if you throw a punch in this game, you're out.' I wasn't upset over the fact thai there was a fight but when one of my players throws a punch, he goes oul. I just don't unrter- s t a n d why he (Wilt) wasn't BASEBALL Los Angeles vs. Delroit Tigers, Chavez Ra- vine, 8 p.m. RADIO 6 p.m.-1150-HORSE KAC- ING: Charley Clifton. Angels vs. Detroit. TV Nothing scheduled. WEDNESDAY Tigers vs. Angels, Dodger Stadium, 8 p.m. QTJARTEItHORSK RACING Alamitos, p.m. WRESTLING-Freddie Blas- sie vs. Dick the Bruiser, Olym- pic Auditorium, S p.m. JAYCEB BASEBALL-L..A. State Jayvees at PCC, p.m. TV (Nothing scheduled.) RADIO a.m.-1150-HOUSE ItACfNG: Bill Garr, p.m.-640-BASEBALL: Dodgers vs. St. Louis Car- dinals. 6 p.m.-1150-HORSE KAC- Charley Clifton. 8 p.m. 710 BASEBALL: Angels vs. Delroit Tigers. "It was a very easy said Vandendriessche. "I'm not Vandy said, "only a little stiff and cold. I was stronger and the opposition was not as strong as last year. Many of the good ones were not here." "Vandy" said he was not sur- prised when Boston's Johnny Kelley dropped back during the race. He said the pace was fast Ihe beginning. Kelley has won Ihe rare once nd come in second five times 1 the lasl eight years. Vandendriessche said he will soot next for the Belgian cham ionship in June. He said he trained very hard or this race and for the Olym- ics. He ran with weights on is feet 3G miles a day. Vandy wenl to bed at 4 p.m unday and slept until midnight Then he got up and watched elevision -for a few hours. Downing a carton of milk fandy did admit there was one hing that svould have made the ace easier.for him. I would like to have the wine (lowing on my back instead o t my he said. Before the race, Vanden driessche displayed a new type jf running shoe that he said wa dister-proof. It had a light card ward sole and could be user, mly once. .Vandy was a bookkeeper whe he ran' last year's race but i study master in a trade schoo now. He supervises study periods ;ames and recreation. "I like the marathon best o all. I would rather win a man thon than set a world's recor n a shorter distance. I get mor satisfaction from a marathon, he said. 1. Aurelf Vondendflesicbe. Beloium. 2 Tenno Solokko, 3. Rorald Womrwlord, Hamilton, Onl.. 4. Poovo Pvslvnen. Finland. 5. Holt Hlodon, Chlcaoo, Dave Ellis, Torton, 7. John J. Kelley, BAA, I. Osvoldo areenllno. o. Poul Hollman, Torolan A.C., 1J. Wlllhm Allen, Easl York, Onl., Tra> F. Green, BAA, Pell, Toronto Otymolc CtuI 13. AcJoioh' J. Grub-r, New YOfk A.C. 14. Huqfi (fccElenev, Gotllc American A.< 15 Raton E. Buschmapn, Spartan A.< W( irocklo thrown out." LOWEST NET COST AUTO LEASE 22 years experience have shown us how to write the best possible lease at the lowest possible cost. CALL 1964 CHEV. IMPALA fMcrHtic TnnsniBiofl if J HtJiir VMe liict knnlu UN IV iniiimwiUK J lutilnlKI Bnim 'SY 6-0871 337 W. Colofjdfl Brion L. Drewett, Mltchcm A.C., Surrey, Enclcnd, Herbert G. Monck, Hamilton, Ontarl Olymnlc Club, Jonathan D. New Haven, Ccnn Track Club, Allen F. Hull Jr., Spartan House OKs Refuge Aims WASHINGTON (AP) -The House passed Monday a bill dc- laring waterfowl managemeni 3; be Ihe major purpose o lublic lands set aside 20 years igo in the Klamath River basin if California and Oregon. Settling a controversy o v e whether the land should be lomestea'ded, the bill affirm the -establishment by executive order of Tule Lake, Lower Klamath, Upper Klamath ajid Clear Lake wildlife refuges to- laling about acres and adds a few small tracts to the refuge. mark set by Cerritos at Wayne Milliard of LACC, who will defend llie 3-meter diving title on Wednesday, look the honors on the 1-meter board with points. Competition will continue Wednesday and Friday, with the 3-meter diving prelims and semi finals opening the action, Wednesday at 2 p.m. One mdcr diving 240.55: Bertonncau 193.40; Bowers Skoruosk! 194.7S: Forney 1P4.10; Ducrtarme 174.80. 500 Bales J Dovles Schrnldl Cress J. J30 Individual Mcdlcv Klcldssn 46.4 New WSC record. Old record, 10.0, Dovlss, Glendolc, TO3I; Force! Smith WrWil 5-30.1; DeGreoorl (Pol, Reri- mon 50 Frts-.KanCj 23.7 dim WSC ficord. Old record, 23.9, 19631: rSfcr (Pal, Word W.I; Par- between Dell [Cl ond er 55.0; tie I nnd'er 25.3. 400 Medley IWolcotl, Buss, IHew Old record, Cerritos. 'oscdena, Pierce, CorrD- ch, LACC, Scoring 'Pierce, 34; PosodenV 151 LACC, 15; Harbor, 10; w I GOT MY OBI fROM ERNIE PORTER: MUCOUS am (an turn c si.uns wavr, HH CITY. ELIOH K tutf, W.K MMK. OTITJ. The combination so famous almost everyone knows its nickname If you don't, just listen at your favorite bar Say Seagram's and be Sure   

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