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Eureka, California
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Wednesday, April 4, 1962
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Cardinals Chalk Up 15th Triumph Of Exhibition Campaign SIDELINE By DON TERBUSH BATTIN' THE BREEZE . . . If you are willing lo give him 10 games you will probably be able to wangle a wager on the National League pennant race f r o m E u r e k a businessman LAWTON BUSSMAN. "Buss" is a Pittsburgh Pirates fan all the way . . . LOU BONOMINI, fiery manager of the Humboldt Crabs is residing in a local hospital these days. Medics are trying to trace the cause of severe back pains. Lou is reported improving, however, and that's good news indeed to "Casey's" many friends . . . HSC cage coach FRANNY GIVINS will again be the speaker at Eureka High's athletic awards banquet on April 23rd. Often referred to as the poor man's GEORGE JESSEL, Franny was a smash hit at the same affair last year . . . Far Western Conference teams meeting Santa Clara on the gridiron will be at a distinct disadvantage. The Broncos engage in spring practice. Spring drills are taboo in the FWC . . . WALT TORRENCE, sparkplug of the Presidio of San Francisco quintet which played Humboldt State this past season, has been named to try out for the United States team which will represent this country in the world's tournament in Manila next December . . . Arcata High faculty members JIM CADY, FRANK POWERS, KEN GELATT and JIM MCAULEY tried their hands at skindiving at Shelter Cove over the weekend In McAuley's words, "we had a ball!" . . . Sacramento State sprinter JACKIE WILLIAMS has decided to skip the 1962 track campaign. Williams is the Far Western Conference champion in the century (:09.6) and 220 (:21.1). The times are his best in the two events . . . Speaking of Sacramenlo Stale, former University of Oregon athlete JACK BROWN has been named assistant to football coach RAY CLEMONS . . . During Saturday night's Smoker at the Humboldt State gymnasium one of the boxer's gloves worked loose. When referee RALPH HASSMAN stepped in to adjust the situation, some wag in the audience called out, "remove the horseshoe while you're at it." The way some of those collegians threw leather from left field it must have appeared to the targets that there were some concealed weapons . . . SPAHN OKAYS CURVE FOR KIDS . . . In a new booklet, "How To Pitch," Milwaukee Braves mound great Warren Spahn recommends that young baseball players start trying to throw a curve ball at nine ( or ten years of age. That is contrary lo what most baseball coaches and many medics advocate. In fact, the E u r e k a Midget League at various times has been asked to outlaw the curve ball in league play. It was felt that the young hurler might permanently injure his arm. " "ays Spahn: "... I have always strongly disagr with all those people who insist that young kids that he would open the season with his veteran players and gi wilh them as far as he could That didn't seem so surprisinj since it Is exactly what he did last summer when he took ovc for the fired Solly Hemus. This spring he has been mix ing 'em up with the youngsters and it seems that he now is facet with the pleasant dilemma having to decide what to do with youngsters such as Carl Warwick Doug Clemes. Julio Golay and Gene Oliver. All four plus the ageless Min nie Minoso figured prominentl; Tuesday in the Cardinals' 1511 victory of the exhibition season-a 7-G win over the Detroit Tigers Cards Pound Fox After (lie Tigers moved in fronl by three runs off reliever Lindy McDaniel in the top half of the ninth, the Cards went to work 01 reliever Terry Fox in their half Singles by Warwick, Clemens Ken Boyer and pinch-hitter Bil' White accounted for two runs. A walk lo Oliver filled the bases wilh two out. Then Gotay grounded slowly lo second baseman Jake Wood's left. When Golay beat the relay to first, Boyer scored the tying run and White -aced over wilh the winner. Two days ago, Minoso and Oliver ganged up on the New York Mets in the 10th inning to help (he Cards beal the fledgling NL club, 7-4, and on Monday, it was Gotay and catcher Carl Sawatski, jlus Minoso, who figured in St. 7-3 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. Minoso, off to the finest spring Htng nunei iiiigiii. pc*umi»i-*n.*j *"j -- - ---Says Spahn: "... I have always strongly disagreed «ilh all those people who insist that young kids should not be allowed to fool around with a curve I don't care if the boy is only nine or ten years um As soon as his hands are big enough to grip the ball properly, I say he should start trying to throw the curve. Sooner or later he has to learn to throw the curve, so what's wrong with an early start? If more kids would get an early start with the curve ball there wouldn't be so many pitchers breaking into' pro ball with such poor excuses for a curve baU Incidentally, the booklet is put out by Rawlings Sporting Goods company. PGTBriefT d old By United Press International TUCSON, Ariz. UPI - The Sail Lake City Bees exploded for 14 hits Tuesday on their way U a 13-3 romp over Oklahoma City of Hie American Association. Salt Lake's record is now an even 4-4-1 in exhibition play. Max Alvis, Jim Lawrence, Craig Sorenson and Vcrn Grace all powered extra base blows for the DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. OJPI) _ Third baseman Ron Debus playoffs, kicked out 21 shots. knocked in two n ·uns in the first uuu.«.u~ ~~, Hankins take a break lonighl, but Calgary in the fourth Tuesday hosts Edmonton in Northern Ui- ' and outfielder Jay 1 as Portland dumped Columbus, 6-1, in exhibition action. BEHO BEACH, Fla. (UPI) Camilio Estevis was sunk by one bad inning Tuesday as Spokane lost 4-2 to Omaha. Estevis, a big right-hander went all the way and allowed 10 hits. All four Omaha runs clattered across in the fifth. Lakeland. Fla. (UPI) - Sam Jones of the Detroil Tigers went -,11 ihc way while pitching their Denver farm club to a 10-3 victory over San Diego. Jones, held the club to seven hits. Two a former Padre hurler, Pacific Coast League of the safeties were homers by RoRclio Alvarez and Harry Anderson. Jim Brosnnn of Cincinnati started for Ihe Reds' San Diego farm team and was batlered for four runs in the filth inning to take the loss. SAX BERNARDINO, C a l i f . (iTlt-Catchcrs Pat Corrales and Virgil Bernhardt walloped key homers lo give Dallas-Fort Worth a 7-5 win over Hawaii Tuesday I I was 3-.1 in the sixth when Comics, who had lakcn over (or HmilKirdt. belled a ijpund-trippcr w i l l l two aboard. Spokane Leads WHL Playoffs By United Press Internatloiu An upset may be brewing the Southern Division Western Hockey League playoffs where Spokane leads Portland, 2-0, in the best of seven series. Spokane blanked Portland on the Bucs' ice last night in a 1-0 thriller. Gordy Stratton scored the evening's only goal when he flipped the puck past veteran netman Al Rollins from five feet out. Spokane goalie Ed Johnslon, in scoring Ihe first shutout of the The Southern Division teams vision play. The Flyers lead this series, 1-0. Western Hockey League Playoffs Tuesday's Results Northern Division No games scheduled (Edmonton leads Calgary, 1-0) Spokane 1 Portland 0 (Spokane leads Portland 2-0) Steers Defeat Pipers Again KANSAS CITY, Mo. ( U P I ) The Kansas City Steers move into Cleveland tonight with a 2-0 lead over the Cleveland Pipers their American Basketball League championship playoff series. The Steers defealcd Ihe Pipers 118-82 here Tuesday night lo take a big jump in the best-of-5 series --and the Kansas City team had little trouble polishing off the pesky Pipers. Kansas City grabbed a 37-25 lead in Ihe first quarter, as 6-5 ccnlcr Bill Bridges hit B-of-fi from (he field. From then on il was a , oopll one-sided affair, although C l o v e - ' - land drew lo wilhin seven plint.« al Ihe oulsct of Ihe third quarter. Bridges led all scorers with 26 points, while Johnny Cox was McKlnlcyvlllc ilgh for Cleveland wilh 21. Arcala Shade Detroit, 7-6; Pirates Rip Yan/cs Behind Sturdivant By JOE SARGIS United Press International What's with Ihe St. Louis Cardinals? Nuthm' brother, except that they keep right on winning basebal games, and it doesn't make much difference what kind of a lineup Manager Johnny Keanc dreams up. Earlier this spring Keane said Crusaders Edged By Junior Jacks in Practice Tilt Despite three-hit pitching by Tom Burger and Tom Patmore, he St. Bernard's Crusaders drop- ied a 3-1 decision to the Humboldl Slale Junior 'Jacks Tuesday af- erncxm at VFW Park. It was the seventh straight HSC victory. Today Ihe 'Jacks were cheduled lo play al Fortuna High at 4 o'clock. Burger, who toiled five innings and gave up the only three HSC its, was the losing pitcher. He ivas the victim of one run in the op of the third inning and two n Ihe fourth. The Junior 'Jacks scored first vhen Gary Mayes was safe on in error and scored on Scoll Clow's double lo left. Gene Albonico and Ted Snapp vere safe on successive errors to cad off the top of the fourth )ave Minor's double down the eflfield line scored them, mak- ng it 3-0. The Crusader run came in the bottom of the fourth. Carl Del irande was safe on an over- hrow and tallied on Leon Flinch- jaugh's single to left. The parochials loaded the bases n Ihe sixth inning but failed to :ore. Patmore. a sophomore, faced ust six batters in the lasl Iwo Snapp . . . Minor Dkhinion iouia Bird . . CF 3 6 2 C 5 0 1 0 . P 1 0 0 0 0 TOTALS K 3 3 51 ST. BERNARD'S HIGH LAYER-- Pol. AB R H PO Oweni IB * 0 3 3 Del Grande ... CF 4 1 0 3 imlnl . . . . SS 3 0 0 I Fllnchpnugh . . L F 7 0 1 0 lareillei 3B 7 o 0 3 Burger (rM) ... P 3 0 o o Allei. T - - - - Allen, B ranclch ·Patmore ... TOTALS . a-Replnced Ivanclcn in (tie «n J J A C K S 001 1M 0-3 1 I CRUSADERS . . 0 0 0 1M 0-1 I RBI: Minor (3). Clow, Rinehpauah, Bi Minor, Clow; LOB: J.I II), S. B. Ill _B: Minor; DPI Snapp, Albonico an: Tlmmonil Bonomlnl, Owens and Allen T ( BB: Bird (3); SO: Bird (3), Bi _ Patmore I!)/ WP: Bird; LP: Burger) Baker; Scorer: Steveni; All.: 10. nma cl Game: 1:30. C 3 0 1 1 1 RF 1 0 0 0 0 . 7 1 1 71 T mary Del IIUMnOLDT-DKI, NOUTE Baseball w i- PCI. on Xorlc Ctircka St. Bernard's Fnrtima Snuth Kork Frrndnlc I, Pel. 0 1.000 n o o 0 1 .000 2 .000 2 .000 of his long major league career led the St. Louis attack Tuesday with a pair of run-scoring dou blcs. Pirates Beal Yankees Meanwhile, the Pittsburgh Pi rates, with rookie Alvin McBean and tile veteran Tom Sturdivanl pitching nine-hit ball, beat the New York Yankees, 4-1. Reserve catcher Don Lepperl's two-run single in the seventh inning brok' up a 1-1 tie and the Pirates add ed an insurance marker in the eighth off Robin Roberts. Sturdi vant, a former Yankee, pitchec shutout ball over the last four in nings. Roger Craig, who has been picked to pitch the opener nex Tuesday, went all the way for the first time this spring to pace thp New York Mets to a 5-4 victory over the Chicago White Sox. Bob by Gene Smith was the Mets' hitting hero wilh two singles and a triple. Joe Cunningham hit a three-run homer for the White Sox. Elsewhere, Ihe Philadelphia Phillies beat the Kansas City A's, 2-1; Washington edged the Baltimore Orioles, 6-4; the Minnesota Twins shutout the Cincinnal: Reds, 5-0; Ihe Los Angeles An gels nipped Ihe Houslon Colt 45s 10-9; Milwaukee beat the Chicago Cubs, 8-6; San Francisco defeated Cleveland, 8-3; and (lie Los An geles Dodgers edged the Boston Red Sox, 2-1. By United Press International At Clcarwalcr, Fla. Kansas City 000 000 100- 1 5 1 'hiladelphia 000 000 02x-- 2 4 0 Walker, Pfisler (7) and Sullivan. Short, Brown (8) and Dal- rymplc, While (8). Winner -Brown. Loser--Pfisler. HR --Calison. A Sarasota, Fla, Cincinnati 000 000 000-- 0 6 2 Minnesota 202 000 Olx-- 5 7 1 ) Drabowsky and Johnson. Pascu 1. Bonikowski (6) and Battey Naragon (6). Winner -- Pascual. HR--Mincher. At Syrasota, Fla. New York (N) 010 300 100- 5 12 0 Chicago (A) 000 003 001-- 4 9 3 Craig and Cannizzarro. Baumann, Buzhardt (5) and Hoselli. er --Baumann. HR -- Cunning- 210 000 003-- 6 8 2 Oil 000 104-- 7 13 At St. Petersburg, Fla. Detroit St. Louis Gallagher, Gladding (7), Fox (8) and Roarke, Brown (8). Gibson, McDaniel (8) and Schaffer. At Miami, Fla. Washington 001 200 030- 6 10 1 Baltimore 030 001 000- 4 6 2 Burnside, Osteen (6), Hannan (8) and Bright Quirk, Baker (4) and Foiles. Winner --Osleen. Los er--Baker. At Mesa, Ariz. Milwaukee 231 020 000- 8 13 0 Chicago (N) 000 005 001-- 6 10 0 Buhl, Hendley (7), Fischer (9) and Torre. Hobbie, Locke (3), Balsamo (9) and Taylor, Thacker (9). Winner --Buhl. Loser --Hob- hie. HRs --Mathews 2, Samuel, Santo, Banks. At Tucson, Ariz. San Fran. 200 420 000-- 8 9 Cleveland 010 200 000- 3 5 1 O'Dell and Bailey. Bell. F u n k (4), Dailey f , Rudolph (8) and Romano. Loser --Bell. HR -- F. Alou. At Scoltsdalc, Ariz. Los Aug. I N I 000 010 010- 2 1 1 0 Boston 000 000 100- 1 5 0 Koufax, L. Sherry 17), rerrano- ski 19) and Roscboro, N. Sherry (6). Cisco, Radatz 7) and Pag- ;iaroni. Winner --L. Sherry. Loser -- Hadatz. HR--Spencer At Ft. Laudeidaie, Fla. Pittsburgh 000 010 210- 4 9 1 New York (A) 010 000 000-- 1 9 2 McBean, Slurdivant (6), a n d Lcppert. Terry, Roberts (8), and Blanchard. Winner -- Slurdivant. .oser--Terry. louslon 000 200 250- 9 12 1 xis Aug. (A) 010 000 45X-IO 13 1 Johnson, Cicollc 171 «i:d Camp- )cll. Urbii, Chnncc III). Fowler 1C) Wilt 19) and Ilodgprs. Winner -- ''ou-ler. Loser --Cicollc. 11R -- ,eja, Burgess. Mejias, Amalfi- ano. Tickets On Sale For Midget Mat Match Tuesday Reserved seats for the 'B Time Wrestling' program next Tuesday night at Eureka's Municipal Auditorium are now on sale at the Hook Bullet, sporting goods store at 333 F street. The show next week features midgel wrestlers in one half of Fuzzy Cupid Ihe double main event. Lillle Beaver, liny Indian grappler, and Lord Liltlebrook of England meet Fuzzy Cupid and Sky Low Low in the tag-team finale. It will be one hour, two out of three falls. On the same program Ray Stevens, U. S. heavyweight champion, will meet Joe Brunetti in a one-hour best two out of three falls match. Opening the show will be Pepper Gomez and Red Bastien in a 30-minute, 1 fall malch. General admission lickels will not go on sale until the box office opens at the auditorium Tuesday night. No phone calls will be taken for reserved seats. They must be picked up in person at the Hook Bullet. Willifs Dumps South Fork In Practice Game South Fork pitcher Dick Valles walked seven straight batters in the second inning to stake the Willits High Wolverines to a 5-0 lead, :hen absorbed a 9-5 loss Tuesday afternoon on the Cub diamond. Both clubs banged out eight hits. Bob Whilaker of the Wolverines and Roger Cartwright of the Cubs each got two doubles. Whitaker was the winning hurler, walking none and striking out [our. The Cubs trailed 7-2 after three innings. They picked up two runs in the bottom of the fifth, but Willits countered with two in the top of the sixth. Humboldt State's Lumberjacks kick off the 1962 Far Western Conference baseball campaign pei Salurday in a doubleheader against the San Francisco State Gators on Ihe HSC diamond. First pitch of the FWC double- iieader is scheduled to be fired at 1 o'clock. San Francisco could open with as many as eight veterans from last year's nine, while the 'Jacks are expected to start with seven returning horsehiders. Humboldt Stale defeated San Francisco 1-0 in the Gators' final FWC game last season. The loss gave Sacramento Slate undisputed li possession of the Confcrnece title and knocked the Gators out of the slop. NCAA college playoffs. San Francisco coach Tom Morgan has predicted thai Humboldl and Sacramenlo sland in Ihe Ga- lors' way again this season. He has named veteran left-hand- er Bill Flanagan to start on the hill in the nine-inning opener. Morgan is not certain who will go in the seven-inning nightcap, but one thing is for certain, it will be a lefthander. The enlire six-man Galor staff is southpaw. San Francisco enters the FWC Pos. AB R H PO A E . 3B 1 1 7 5 0 .. C 3 1 1 3 0 RF 3 T D 1 0 LF 3 2 0 fl 0 PLAYER-Woodruff .... Douley Whitacker ... Gouber orvls Drlseoll (p-T) Petty Mayer Warton TOTALS X t SOUTH FORK PLAYER-- Pol. AB R Mayhew (3b-5) SS 4 D Maher 2B 3 1 Wood (p-4) . . . . SS 4 1 Combt RF 4 o Wright IB 3 3 Burgess C 3 0 Robertson .... CF 3 o Jranam LF 1 o I.ROW LF 1 0 Vallei P 1 0 MJIlo 3B 1 0 0 0 0 TOTALS ....... lo 3 · U 1* 4 Summary a-- Went to third bate in 4th D-- Went lo left field in Sth WILLITS OS1 007 0--? 8 4 SOUTH FORK .. Oil 0)1 0--5 8 4 RBI: WoodruH, Douley, Drlicolt, Petty, Mayer, Warton, Wood, Burgesi, Robert. son U); JB: Woodruff, Whitacker (3) Wood, Cartwrlaht (3), Roberlton; LO8: W (8), SF IB); DP: Wood, Maher and Cartwright; BB: Driicoll (1), Vallei (71; SO: Whitacker (4), Oriscoll (1), Vallei (j). Wood (1); WP: Whltfacker (1-fl); LP- Vallei (?·!); U: Unauy; Scorer: Mendcs; Alt.; JO; Time of Game: 2:C~ H-DN Educational Tourney Slated Entries are being taken for a Humboldt-Del Norle Educalional 3olf Tournamcnl lo be played al he Redwood Empire Course April 19 and 20. Students and faculty members 'rom Humboldt and Del Norte counties nre eligible to compete. The tourney is to be staged an- ninlly. Redwood Empire club profcs- iional George Twilchell and For- nna High teacher Dennis Kinser RA 5-2931) are taking entries. I $5 green fee will be good for )0th days of play. Tcc-off time is 9:30 n.m. SPORTS HUMBOLDT STANDARD Wed., April 4, .1962, Page 14 'Jacks Host Gators In FWC Twin Bill Saturday opener wilh a 5-7 non-cciference record, wins coming at Ihe ex- inse 'of San Jose State twice, University of California (5-0), Cal Poly of San Luis Obispo and St. Mary's. One loss was a 4-3 hearlbreaker to the 15-1 Sanla Clara Broncos. Flanagan lost the decision in a pitching dual with his brother Bob. The SF starting nine is loaded wilh All-Conference players. Sophomore Bill Moe is behind (he plale with Ron Benevides at first, two- year veteran Jerry Coakley at second, clutch hilling Jim Chandler at third and dependable defensive ace'Bob Baird at short- Eddie Arcaro Quits Racing NEW YORK (UPD--"I always wanted to bow out while I was on top ... I didn't want to be picked up on a mal." That was the way George Ed ward Arcaro, better known as "Banana Nose" in most sports circles, today explained his sudden decision to retire as America's greatest stakes jockey and accept a new position in the business world. Arcaro, who piloted 4,779 winners and accounted for $30,039,543 n purses in 30 years of riding, announced Tuesday night that he was joining the American Total- zator Co. as a field representative and consultant. The 46-year-old jockey admitted e had been mulling over "for quite a while" an offer to join American Totalizator, w h i c h makes and operates Ihe electronic betting equipment used at 165 horse tracks, dog tracks and jai alai frontons. "Last summer, it was getting liarder and harder to ride day after day," he told newsmen at a press conference held in a midtown New York restauranl. "I was dissatisfied with my performance bul, after all, if you don't ride during the week you aren't fit to ride Ihe celebrities.on Sat- ursday. "Only last Saturday, I said I wasn't going to quit and I meant it. I had a great year last year and I was set for another big year with horses like Kelso, Jai- pur and Bowl of Flowers this year. But Monday I decided accept the offer from the American Tote People." Outfielders include Joe Panella, who hit .456 last season, in left, speedy Mike Jarmillo of football fame in center and veteran Jerry Gosland in right. All but Jarmillo are returning from last year's 20-6 squad. Moe, Flanagan, Panella and Gosland were on the All-FWC nine. Humboldt will oppose with hard- throwing right-hander Larry Taylor in the opener and Al Snarski in the nightcap. Coach Ced Kinzer is expected to open with Joe Siino behind the plate. Joe Taylor will be at first, Monty Feekes at second, Car; Carlson at third, and Tom D; Mercurio at shortstop. Outfielders are Ken Matias in left, Dennis Pontoni in center and Drew Roberts in right. All but Joe Taylor and Carlson started against the Gators last year. Taylor was a reserve behind his brother Larry while Carl was in the service. lson Don Rademacher Wins Nod Over Olson HONOLULU (UPD -Big Pole Rademacher had too much size [or Carl (Bobo) Olson as he took a 10-round decision over the former middleweight king before a big crowd at Honolulu Stadium Tuesday night. Rademacher, 206V2, pummeled Jie aging Olson, 181, with straight eft jabs throughout the early rounds. Olson likes to fight inside, hut was unable to move in on the hefty Rademacher, who had too much height, too much weight and too much reach for Bobo. Rademacher, now fighting out of Georgia, was strong all the way and saved his best shots for Lhe last three rounds when he [ired several hard rights to the body that took most of the starch out of Olson's attack. The fight drew a near-record crowd hereabouts of 5,935. T h e gale was $22,431. Nevada Defeats Air Force Nine RENO, Nev. (UPI) -- Nevada exploded for seven runs in the to fourth inning Tuesday on the way to a 134 win over. Vandenberg Air Force Base. Giant Hurlers Shine In Exhibition Games A O ity fi PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI) Trio of ex-American League hurlers looked ready to do some fancy pitching for the San Francisco Giants today. They combined to give Ihe Giants a pair of victories over the Cleveland Indians in varsi and "B" contests at Scollsdale Tuesday. San Francisco hosted Boston for a similar pair of battles against the Red Sox here today. Sanford and Mike McCormick were to hurl for the Giants. McCormick's cfforl against the Bosox "B" team was especially important since Manager Al Dark las told Mike to produce in his final spring outings or else face ixpulsion from (he Gianls basic slarling rolalion. The Irio of American League veterans who brought smiles Dark's visage included Billy O'Dell, Billy Pierce and Don Larsen. O'Dell, holiest Giant pitcher Jie spring, outdid himself Tuesday as ho went nil the way ngains .he Tribe varsity and pitched 'ivc hillcr. The Giants won, 8-3. O'Dell is IB pounds heavier at I8fl pounds, but the slubby soulli-, taw has had a remarkable spring. 'nly one Cleveland tally was earned and it marked the first such tally surrendered by O'Dell in 17 innings. It was the llth win in 23 starts for the varsity, but the Giants record against "ive out of six. Leading Ihe balling attack was a Irio of familiar names. Felipe Alou, hottesl hitter of the spring campaign, pumped his e i g h t h Jack homer of the spring in the fourth. Hawks, Canadiens Even Playoffs By United Press In tern all ona. H's all even-Stephen in the National Hockey League playoffs, and they'l lliave to start all ovei lo again Thursday at Montreal and Toronto. The defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Black Hawks of evened their bcsl-of-seven semifinal scries with the Montreal Ca- isl nadicns at 2-all Tuesday night by a beating Ihe 19fil-f2 regular-season champions, 5-3, while the underdog New York Rangers were beating the Toronto Maple Leafs, 4-2, lo knot their scries. First Sport Salmon Martin's Marina proprietor Elton Martin and Mrs. Roy (Babe) Johnson display the first sport salmon catch of the season, landed Saturday on the Christe II. The fish were taken west of the whistler. Along on the fishing party were skipper Roy Johnson and guests Arthur and Lorena Senecal. Fortuna Nine Romps To H-DN Loop Win Seven RBI's by third baseman Ferguson and 13 strikeouts by pitcher Pat O'Brien sparked he Fortuna Huskies to a 12-2 vie-! tory over Ferndale Tuesday i n i H-DN action. j O'Brien fashioned a one-hi'ter, giving up a double lo Jerry *Jru-; ga, the Ferndale leadoff batter in the first inning. Bruga advanced when O'Brien lit Jim Barri with a pitch, and scored on two walks. Ferndale's lead lasted just for hat half-inning, as Fortuna tied he score in the bo'.tom of the :irsl. The Huskies went aheal 2-1 in the second, then scored four runs in each of the third, fourth and fifth frames- Ferguson's grand-slam homer in the third featured the barrage. He added a two-run double and a one-run single for his seven FBI's. Tom Murphy collected four singles in five at bats for the winners. Slont i-Elgee Hyman (·Lake Murphy fc-Roland . ti g-Muno Granger a-Bcllum Travis c-Gatcs Ferguson e-Reid Isenhart O'Brien PLAYER-- POJ Bruga IB ·McKay . IB Hicks 3B Barri SS Bryant P i-Chrlstlansen . P Walters RF d-Magatell! ... RF Johnson, B. ... IB Palmqulst .... LF Flocchlnl LF Johi Eros CF 11 2 1 IB 5 t FORTUNA PLAYER-- Pot. AB R H PO A E IB 1 0 0 LF 3 0 0 0 0 LF 1 0 1 0 0 . 38 1 3 ft 1 . P 4 0 1 0 J TOTALS 3» 13 1 11 * 1 Summary a--Walked for Granger In 4th b-- Relieved Bryant in 4th c--Singled lor Travis In 5th d--Went to right field for Walters In 5th e--Relieved Ferguson In (Mr I--Struck out for Hyman !n tth 9--Replaced Barsanti In tth h--Replaced Palmquist In t!h eg--Replaced Bruga in tth l-Walked for Stone In tth k--Replaced Murphy In 7th I--Struck out for Eno* In Tth FERNDALE .. 100 100 '0-- 1 1 t FORTUNA .... 1H W X--14 12 1 RBI: Murphy, Barsanti (2), Travis, Ferguson (7), O'Brien, B. Johnson, Enos; IB: Ferguson, Bruga; 3D: liennart; HR: Ferguson; LOB: FE (5), FO 17); SB: Hyman (I), Murphy, Barsanlf, Bellum; O'Brien, Walters, Enos; BB: Bryant (J), Christiansen (2), O'Brien (4); SO: Brysnt (31, Christiansen (2), O'Brien 03)1 HPi Barri by O'Brien; WP: O'Brien (1-2); LP: Bryant (0-!); U: Taylor, Orr; Scorer: O'Detl; Alt.: 75; Time of Game: 2:15. GAELS TRIUMPH SAN QUENTIN, Calif. (UPD St. Mary's rapped four San Quentin pitchers for 13 hits Tuesday to take an easy 13-1 victory over the prison club. SALE! regular 9 12" TAILOR and LORD 10.90 MEN'S hand boarded calfskins... choice at a sensational value! Our exclusive Tailor and Lord imports with full leather linings ond leather solos. All iizos 7l/ ? lo 12, B, C, D, E widths. Guaniono sliteh oxford in black or bu r n i l h o d brown. Daly't EUREKA only . . . Shooi, Street Floor

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