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HSC, San Francisco State Nines Collide Tomorrow SIDELINE By DON TERBUSH FISH, GAME CHIEF'S REPORT . . . S-K-M represent the hottest letters in the steelhead angler's alphabet this week end. They stand for Smith, KJamath and Mattole -rivers, that is. Satisfaction isn't guaranteed, but there are no more promising streams at the moment. Nice fresh fish are skittering around in quest of hooks at the mouth of the Smith River in Del Norte county. The fishing remains good. Around Orleans and Bluff Creek the Klamath is supplying nice catches. Night crawlers and spinners are really doing the job! The mouth of the Mattole River is producing fish with reasonable consistency. There are quite a few downstreamers, or runbacks, but generally the fish are in pretty good shape. Fresh roe is the recommended bait in both the Smith and Mattole rivers. A nice run of steelies is reported in the Mad River. They run from 16 inches to six pounds. "A real good run for this time of the year," says Captain "Walt Gray. However, there is a catch--the water is too muddy. If it doesn't rain and has a chance to clear, the Mad should provide good angling. Beach fishing has improved greatly. Nice catches of ling cod, perch, sea trout and snappers have been made off both jetties. Ocean salmon fishermen are reminded of a new regulation that went into effect this year. It allows the angler to take one s a l m o n less than the minimum size of 22 inches. Ocean salmon limits remain the same--three per day, three in possession. Captain Gray issues a few reminders that could save anglers a few days in the pokey or a lew bucks or both if observed: Not more than one line or more than three hooks may be used to take salmon. Fishing hours are one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset. Gear limitations: No sinker or weights weighing more than four pounds; no power drive winch; no lines attached to outrigger poles may be used while fishing ocean waters or bay. ""· "ft ft CLOSE TARGETS . . . Apparently visibility has little to do with hunting accidents, according to a survey by the Virginia Commission. The survey, based on casualties from 1950 to 1961, shows that 47.3 per cent of hunting accidents in Virginia occurred at distances of 10 feet or less. Age is a factor, since 35.8 per cent involved shooters 19 years of age or under, and 39.6 per cent of the victims were within the same age group. Sir Rifaof Gefs Tesf SAN BRUNO (UPD-Sir Ribot, a hot horse wilh a hot jockey named Ray York in the irons, seeks lo build his Kenlucky Derby stock higher this Saturday when he goes postward with five other Louisville hopefuls in the 515,000 added California Derby Trial. The strapping son of the great English bred Ribot will carry an impost of 114 pounds, the same lhat he toted on March 28 when he amazed the crowd with a nine and one-half length victory in Tanforan's Millbrae Purse. York was aboard in that one and hustled Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner's sophomore through Ihe mile and 70 yard route in a time of 1:41 1-5, two-fifths of a second off the track record. York, who booted home four straight winners on Wednesday, is hogtying the Tanforan jockey race. After yesterday's card, he had ridden 25 winners in 18 racing days. Top weight for Saturday's mile and 70 yard race went to Doc Jocoy. The winner of the San Felipe Slakes at Santa Anita will carry 122 pounds. Other derby candidates in the field of 11 al! will be carrying 114. They are Harpo, Prince of Plenty and Tricky One. Casing, Iscalante Baffle To Draw STOCKTON (UPD--Benny Ca sing and Nacho Escalanle battled to a 10-round draw Thursday night in a fast bantamweight battle which produced no knockdowns. R eferee John Reno scored the bout 3-3. Casing, from Stockton, weighed 121 and Escalante, now fighting out of Tijuana, Mex., weighed 11914. Celtics Shade Warriors, Meet Lakers Saturday BOSTON (UPD--Wilt Chamber-In fact, he barely missed block- Iain's strange record of never ing the setlling shot, and had playing for a winner, and Bill Russell's equally odd mark of never playing for a loser still intact--but barely so. It took a last second basket by guard Sam Jones to preserve both of those streaks Thursday night and propel the Boston Celtics into Ihe final stage of their bid for an unprecedenled fourth straight National Basketball Association championship. The Jones basket gave Boston a 109-107 victory over the Philadelphia Warriors and means the Celtics open a best-of-seven championship series wilh the Los Angeles Lakers here on Salurday afternoon. The two teams will shift to the West Coast for two games after Saturday's nationally televised Tom Hcinsohn shot with 1:25 rematch and another game on Sunday afternoon at Boston Garden. Thursday night's 109-107 Boston win meant that the Chamberlain- led Warriors have never beaten the Russell-paced Celtics title series. Just Misses Block points by Russell Thursday nighl but Ihe cold figures did not tell a true talc of the tall Warrior's game. He hnd 22 rebounds and f WilS immense in blocking shots. aersonally scored five points lo lift Philadelphia from a 107-102 last minule deficit. On Ihe winning play, Chamberlain had an impossible choice. With time running out and the score tied, he was with Russell under Uie Philadelphia basket If he moved to block the Jones shol, Russell would be open for a pass. He chose lo play halfway and that was the game, the series, and another step in the peculiar Chamberlain-Russell record. Coach Raps Officiating Philadelphia coach Frank Me- juire was incensed over an officiating call which charged Cham Derlain wilh goal-lending on a maining. McGuire said, "Those goal-lending calls (three in all) killed us. How could they call il like lhat? It's a-crime lo lose a ball game on a terrible call like that. My guys played their hearts out only to lose it on n bum call." In scoring, Sam Jones had 28, Chamberlain was held lo 22 Hcinsohn 25, Bob Cousy 21 and Russell 19 for Boston. Tom Me- schcry lopped bolh clubs nt 32 while Paul Arizin had 19 and Guy Dodgers 18 behind Chamber- Iain's 22. 'Jacks, Gators To Meet At Arcafa In IWC Contests Humholdt Slate hopes to blast off iti the direction of a Far Western Conference'baseball pennant tomorrow afternoon. The Lumberjacks entertain highly rated San Francisco State in two contests, starting at noon on ttic college diamond. Fireballing Larry Taylor scheduled to face Gator ace Bill Flanagan in the seven · inniiij opener. Taylor's most impressive perform mice to date this season m\s a 1-0 win over Chico State. Last year when the Lumberjacks blanked the Gators, 1-0, in a FWC encounter that knocked .lie Bay Area nine out of a title tic with Sacramento State, Taylor gave up just three hits in out- dueling Flanagan. Al Snarski, a veteran right- lander is Coach Ced Kinzer's choice in the nine-inning nightcap. He will patrol left field in the first game. Should'the first game go extra innings, the second will be cut to seven innings rather than the scheduled nine. Snarski's mound opposition will come from one of five other San Providence Keeps Chances Alive In Playoffs By United Press International The Buffalo Bisons will take on he Rochester Americans tonight n their bid to clinch a berth in he semifinals of the American lockey League's Calder Cup (layoffs. The Providence Reds kept their Chances aiive in the olher quarler inal round, stopping the Hershey tears, 3-1, on their home ice 'hursday night. The third and leciding game of Ihis scries wi] ie played at Hershey Saturday light. Buffalo edged the Americans, -2, in Lhe opening game of their jcst-of-three set Wednesday, and hould the Bisons lose tonight he teams will return to Buffalo or the decisive match Sunday. The Cleveland Barons lead the ipringfield Indians, 1-0, in their tcsl-of-s e v e n semifinal series, 'hey will resume at Springfield Saturday night. Marc Reaume sent Hershey Francisco Stale southpaws. Flanagan is the sixth. The 'Jacks will tote a .241 team halting average into Ihe contest and will line up with Joe Siino, c; Joe Taylor, Ib; Monly Feekes, 2b; Carl "Bobo" Carlson, 3b; Tom DiMerr-'Tio, ss; Snarski, If; captain Dennis Pontoni, cf; Drew Roberts, rf. Coach Tom Morgan's team has a 5-7 non-conference record. The Gators hold .decisions over San Jose State twice, Universit-/ of California, 5-0; St. Mary's and Cal Poly of San Luis Obispn. Probable San Francisco starters include Bill Moe, c; Ron Benevides, Ib; Jerry Coaklcy, 2b; Jim Chandler, 3b; Bob Baird, ss; Joe Panella, If; Mike Jaraniiib, cf; Jerry Gosland, rf. Moe, Flanagan, Panella End Gosland were All-Far Weste.-n Conference team choices in 1861. Last night the 'Jacks got in idea of what to expect from Fla-. ngan when faslballer Alva Kinney threw against them for 30 minules. Tonight they will hil a couple rounds, take infield and Ihen rest up while awaiting the arrival of San Francisro State. ihead with an unassisted goal in he first period Thursday night jut Ed MacQueen evened it be- ore the end of the season. The leds went ahead for good in the econd period on goals by Dino Vlascotto and Zclio Toppazzini, The winner of the two quarter- inal playoffs will meet in a best- f-five set, with the survivor of his taking on the Cleveland- Springfield winner for the Calder !up. Best of 3 Scries lershey 'rovidence Best of 3 Scries Buffalo Rochester Best of 7 Scries Cleveland ipringfield Paref's Body On View Final lime MIAMI (UPI) -- The body of Cuban fighter Benny (Kid) Paref went on view a final time today. Paret's body was brought here Thursday evening f r o m New York, where the 25-year-old former welterweight champion died in a hospital Tuesday withoul regaining consciousness from Ihe healing he look March 24 in losing his litle lo Emile Griffith. Mrs. Lucy Paret, 21, arrived a few hours before wilh the fighter's mother, Mrs. Maxima Crespo of Santa Clara, Cuba; his brolher. Antonio, 27, and Mrs. Letlie Pereria, godmother of the boxer's 2-year-old son, Benny Jr. "I don't feel anything anymore. I don't feel bitter toward anybody," said the sorrowing Mrs. Parel, who is expecting another child in August. The boxer's mother stood silently alone while newsmen talked witli Mrs. Paret. Mrs. Crcspo had wanted Parel buried in his native Cuba. But Mrs. Paret insisted he be interred in Miami, since he left Cuba because he was opposed to Fidel Castro. The fighter's body was scheduled to r be on view loday and tonight. Requiem High Mass is scheduled al 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Corpus Chrisli Roman Catholic Church. Paret was brutally battered in the 12th round of his title fight with Griffith at Madison Square Garden, and was rushed from his dressing room to Roosevelt Hospital, where he died of brain injuries. New York SPORTS UUMBOLDT STAWOARDFriday, April 6, 1962. Page I I HSC To Host Chico Sfofe Swimmers Two swimming squads which should be evenly matched meet Saturday when the Humboldl State mermen host the Chico Stale Wildcats starting at 10 o'clock. HSC lost a 61-33 decision to Cal Aggies in Us first appearance March 17. Sacramento Stale dumped Chico State 61-34 last week. Coach Jack Bachman's Chico swimmers are in their first season of competition. The Wildcats are winless but have some promising individual entries. Freestyler Mike Newman has approached the Far Western Conference record for the 440-yard event. Others leading the 'Cats Hawks, Leafs In Ice Hockey Playoff Wins By Uniled Press International The Chicago Black Hawks surprised a lot of hockey fans last 'ear when they eliminated the mighty Montreal Canadiens in the semifinal round of the Nationa iockcy League playoffs and wenl on to win the Stanley Cup. Now it's beginning to look like the Hawks are ready to duplicate that feat. The fierce-c h a c k i n g Black iawks turned back the Canadiens, 4-3, Thursday night in Montreal to gain a 3-2 lead in their bcst-of- seven series. The Toronto Maple Leafs opened a similar bulge over Neu York in their series by downing the Rangers, 3-2, on Red Kelly's "sudden death" goal at 4:23 of he second overtime period at Toronto. The Black Hawks broke a 2-2 tie 'on a second period goal by Ken Wharram and then added the decisive marker early in the final session when Red Hay scored from close range. The Hawks, who had won only one of their nine previous games on Montreal ice, can clinch a jerth in the final round by beating the Canadiens again at Chicago Sunday night. Kelly's winning goal at Toronto spoiled another great performance by Hanger goalie Gump Worsley, who wound up with 59 saves. Worsley twice turned aside shots by the Maple Leafs' big r rank Mahovlich before Kelly, standing near the crease, poked in the second rebound. This series will resume at Toronto Saturday night where the Rangers now have gone winless in 16 straight games. Best-of -seven Semifinals W L Chicago 3 2 Montreal 2 3 Toronto 3 2 include Bill Courier, breaslslroke. butterfly and individual medley; Dave Jones, 200 - yard breaststroke; and Darrell Davis, 50 and 100-yard freestyle. Feature event of the meet could be the freestyle relay. Chico posted a 3:57 lime against Sacramento in winning, and HSC was clocked in 3:55 in defeating Cal Aggies. Humboldl State's probable entries include: 400-yard medley relay -- John Field, Jay Stock, Jeff Ellis and John Wyman. 200-yard individual medley -Ellis. 100-yard freestyle -- Fred Warner and Roy Myatt. 400-yard freestyle relay -- Wyman, Dan O'Brien, Myalt am Warner. 200-yard breastslroke -- Stock. 100-yard freestyle -- Warner. 50-yard freestyle -- Warner ant Wyman. 220-yard freestyle -- Field am Rich Griffith. 200-yard relay -- Ellis and Myatt. 200-yard butterfly -- Ellis and Stock. 100-yard freestyle -- Warner and Wyman. 200-yard backstroke -- Field, Kit Freeman and Bob Ross. 440-yard freestyle -- Griffith: 200-yard breaststroke -- Jim McVicar, Slock. Pairings, Times For Redwood Empire Tourney Pairings and starling times for the final 18 holes of the first annual Championship Medal Handicap Tournament at Redwood Empire Gob" Club have been announced. The finals will be played Sunday. A buffet dinner will follow the tournament, and will feature the awarding of trophies. Members of Ihe club and their guests have been invited to the dinner. Entries in the lourney played 36 toles prior to Ihe final round, making the affair a total of 54 loles. The pairings include: 9:30 -- W. Cave, C. Batten, F. Walker. 9:40 -- A. Bravo, J, Dungan, j. Farris. 9:50 -- D. Gullickson, S. Cov- inglon, R. Watson. 10:00 -- R. Low, L. Wallsvick, H. Durham. 10:10 -- E. Carpenter, A. Barsanti, E. Brownlow. 10:20 -- C. Mahan, R. Erricsen, 0. Prentis. 10:30 -- J. Dusina, M. McKay, E. Brom. 10:40- J. Rovai, C. J. Hindley, j r arrib. 10:50 -- L. Clemmpns, J. Tipple, Midgets, Heavyweigfifs Will Attract Wrestling Fans Here Midget wrestlers, coming to Eu-; ·eka next Tuesday night, drew the] all-time record indoor crowd forj this city several years ago when! total of 2650 paid customers i (plus passes) jammed into thel Municipal Auditorium. j It was the biggest crowd ever to see any kind of a sporting event inside a local auditorium or gymnasium. The 1700 seats in the auditorium were all sold out the afternoon of the show. That night the "S.R.O." signs were posted at the box office, yet nearly 1,000 more people paid for the privilege of standing up. The ticket sale was stopped only when people c o u l d no longer crowd through the auditorium doors. Several hundred were turned away. 2 3D. Carlson. That crowd may never be equalled again, but the upcoming program featuring four midgels in a lag-match plus the appearance of U. S. Heavyweight Wrestling Champion Ray Slevens is expected to draw a near sellout Slevens meets Joe Brunelli in the one-hour, best two out of three falls match, lhat is scheduled as one half of Ihe double main event. Lord Ltlllcbrook Brunetti, in two appearances here, has proved himself a fine perr former and very popular. Slevens, ballyhooed as a "stink- ·" failed to stir up the fans in his initial showing here two months ago, but must have something because he is drawing $50,000 houses every time he shows at the S. F. Cow Palace. On the same program Ihe fans will be treated lo a match that may be an exhibition of "clean wrestling." Pepper Gomez meets Red Bastion in the 30-minutc open- Both are Ihe "hero type" and both highly scientific. The midgets, who will attract the family trade, mom-dad and the kiddies, will be seen in the finale of the evening, a tag-learn event. They will be lined up as follows: Little Beaver and Lord Littlehrook vs. Fuzzy Cupid and Sky Low low. Reserved seat tickets arc now on sale at the Hook Bullet, 333 F slreel, downtown Eureka sporting goods slore. No phone reservations are taken. The general admission seats (1000) will not go on sale unlil the night of the matches, at 6:30 nexl Tuesday. Chips And Putls REDWOOD EMPIRE Redwooders are gelling their clubs ready for the trip to Ukiah coming up on April 15 as a Home and Home tournament held there. Signups should l e made this week to insure a good turnoul of guests and so that the pairings may be made up in Ukiah. In the meantime, the men are getting in some good "practice" play .as they complete the first !wo rounds of the Medalist lour- ney. A few of the show some nice first rounds scores that Three Prep Irackfesfs On Schedule Tomorrow Humboldt - Del Norte LeagueVolpi has run the 120-Iows in BOSTON. -- Sam Jones of the Boston Celtics (1), nppenrs embarrassed by the show of affection from teammate Frank Ramsey after Celtics' 109-107 victory in Eastern Division championship game. A running J j u m p shot by Jones with one half second remaining clinched the decisive gnmo. Scene in dressing room following game. (VPl Tclcpholo ) should make for keen competition going into the finals of the 54-holes on Sunday. Starling times : or that day will be listed and a buffet, with prizes awarded to the golf winners, following in the clubhouse. Starling scores.(with the handicaps given in parenthesis) are as follows, Joe Dungan, 76 and (5); Dort Gulliksen,. 82, 81 (9); Ernie Brownlow, 03, 84 (14); Roy 'Vatson, 87, 81 (11); Sippy Covington, 84, 81 (9); Harold Durham, 83, 85; (14); Wayne Cave, 85, 8G (15); Olin Prentiss 811, 85, (15); Collis Mahan, 90 86 (14); Eldon Brom, 90, 90 (20) :d Carpenter, 31, 87 (13); Julio Rovai, 92, 84 (20); Joe Dusina , 97 (19); Les'Clemons, 102, 95 :21); Jack Tipple, 113, 103 (27), The Ladies Day had a big turn out of 26 players for "Pulls" ast Tuesday. Calherine McKee won Ihe "A" flighl, wilh 31 putls while Midge Smilh and Faye Miles tied for second place at 32 n the "B" division, il was Elva 'eers with 30 and Gwen Gossett, 33. Dot Edson was low net for .he plaque with her 74. On Wednesday the men enjoy- .1 a Blind holcs-for-each competition, with .4 contestants. Len Farris and Ange Barsanti were the winning cam at 65, while Wayne McKee ind Julio Rovai combined Iheir scores to take second place with 66!=. Third place went lo Lee Gates and Gerry Becker whose combined nines made 68. T h e Saturday and Sunday Sweepslakes found Julio Rovai in the winning position again, carding a 65 to take the Saturday iw net, while the 69 second-third- place was a tie among Harold Durham, Roy Watson and Ernie Brownlow. The Sunday competition was won by Don Carlson, 66; Larry Walzwick second with 67, and Joe Dungan third at 68. Men's fun day for April comes up on Wednesday, April 18lh. Eureka Mermen At Red Bluff RliD BLUFF - Eureka High's swimming squad went after its second win over Red Bluff High's Spartans today at 4 o'clock here. The Loggers were out to repeat a 62-33 win in n meet at Eureka. Logger coach Mary Curry expected a closer meet because of improvement and "home pool advantage." Members of Ihe Eureka squad making Ihe trip included Ross Hcmslcy, Harry Hemslcy, Sieve Jordan, Dennis Beatlic, Vince Lucido, Rich Tavola, Emil Sar- hmd, Gordon Crouton, Gordon Johnson, Mike, Burns, Rich Schniitz, Bob New, Mel Hawkins and Terry Lnngley. be track and field squads vie in meets at Fortuna, Hoopa and Del Norle ovals Saturday in the final competitions before the Redwood Relays. The Relays are slaled nexl Friday night al Forluna's Husky Field. Saturday the Fortuna track ivill be the scene of a meet between McKinleyville, South Fork, St. Bernard's, Forl Bragg and the Huskies, starting at I'OO o'clock. Trinity and Happy Camp visit the Hoopa High arena, and Eureka and Arcata tbinclads compele on the Del Norte High cinders. It will be the second straight appearance at Fortuna for South Fork and St. Bernard's. The Lit lie Four look on Ihe Huskies last week and won Ihe A division. This time it's "every team for itself" and the Huskies are favored in all Ihree classes. Inlcrest centers on individual showings. Several of the Ihinclads entered in the Fortuna meel have posted this season's top times and distances. St. Bernard's sprinter Jim Brown and Fortuna speedster Dale Oglesby both have :22.8 220- yard dashes to their credit. Oglesby's : 10.3 100 is the season's best. Dave Sinjcm of Fortuna has heaved Ihe A division shol 48-',4, while South Fork's Don Desomery has high jumped 5-11. St. Bernard's Gary Owens and Jim Bonomini are Ihe loop's best broad jumper .and pole vauller, but will be competing in a baseball game. Outstanding B division entries include Fortuna's Dennis Morgan in Ihe 1320, Fortuna's Harvey Holl w Ihe shot put, and Husky George Cook in the broad jump. SI. Bernard's Tom Kalri has a 3:33.7 in the C division 1320,, while Fortuna hurdler Girard :15.1, three-tenths second over; the record. :* Dan Stickles of Fortuna is the fop C division shot put entry irt the league. Husky Bill Baldwin has bettered Ihe C pole vault record with a 9-lOVi effort, a half- inch over the mark. In Crescent City, Eureka High's unbeaten Ihinclads could be favored to annex their fifth straight meet victory of the season. Arcata's B division squad has been slcadlly improving, however, and Del Norlc strength in the pole vault could swing some A division points. I HSC Neffers To Meel Cal Aggies CHICO - Five Humboldt Stale college nellcrs lake on teams from University of Nevada and Chico Stole here Saturday in Ihe second day of a Iwo-day competition. Today the Lumberjack racquet men were scheduled to play the Cal Aggie Mustangs. After snaring an 8-0 win over Shqsla JC last week, the Lumberjacks expected lo improve Lheir showing from last year's Nevada - Chico - Cal Aggies- Humboldl affair. In 1961 the 'Jocks failed lo win match in three tries against the same schools. Singles entries for HSC include Les Brenkman, Gary Peterson, Steve Harrow, Bill Davis and Harvey Doerksen. Doubles teams are Peterson and Brenkman, and Harrow and Doerksen. BALTIMORE, Md. (UPD--Hall- jack Pete Brokaw of Syracuse^ the Coils' eighth draft choice, has signed a Baltimore contract fbi; the 1962 NFL season. $. KESSLER SHOOTS FOR SMOOTHER TASTE Put Kessler in the picture for parties at their best. This whiskey's got a flavor that clicks with every guest! SMOOTH AS SI nuns HSSUI co. . ncuwi BUM »HIS«H. M pioor. ?!KS CMII inimLSraui

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