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louston Boasts Third Best Spring Record Among Major League Teams Buckaroos Nab Playoff Win i d l i My I'nilcd Press International Down hut not out, the Portlani lines fmi^ht back ia Western Hockey League Southern Division plnyolf action Thursday night. Tin 1 Rues entered the contest behind 2-0 to red hot Spokane in the bos! of seven series. Spokane ihun built up a 4-2 lead in a wild first period. But Hie Dues tied the tally at 4-all after two periods and fin; l-ulied out a C-4 win to the delighl of the 8.045 fans at Portland v.hcn Tommy McVie and Arl Goodwin tallied goa ally Poi delight leads, The win broke a fivc-gan losing slreak for Portland again the Comets. Northern Division action I slimes tonight with Edmonton Calgary. 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De La Fuenle, 21, is a graduate of Salesian High School and ms a record of eight professional routs, winning all and scoring two cnockouts. Smith, who is risking his title n the 12-rounder, hails from San ·Yancisco and sports an 18-6-2 ·ecord. The Tiger captured the itate title last Nov. 13 when he itoppcd Bobby Sanders. By United Press International DADE CITY, Fia. (UPI) Syracuse pinned a 6-2 defeat on San Diego Thursday as former Cincinnati ace Ken Hunt again ook his lumps. Hunt, who was recently farmed Hit by the Reds after poor spring raining, gave up tour hils and ight walks in four innings. Bob iisenhoover relieved and pitched veil for the Reds. Singles by Ron Samford ac- :ounU:d for bolli Padre tallies. DELAND, Fla. (UPI) -- Curt fenson and Bob Hotter each winged two-run homers as the Seattle Rainiers drubbed Vancouver, 11-3, Thursday. Chuck Wealherspoon had a two- run blast for the Mounties. The Mounlies were slopped on ieven hits by the Rainier hurlinj rio of Dave Morehead, Erv Palea and Merlin Nippert. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (UPD- 'ortland was c r u s h e d by Rochester 5-1 Thursday. Jay Hankins got three of the leavers six hits. Larry Danforth btarled for Portland and lasted beven innings, during which he gave up all five Rochester runs. Portland farmed out pilcher Tom Dembia and outfielder Gerry Mason. FULLERTON, Calif. (UPI) Hawaii finally got the number of Dallas-Fort Worth as the Island- rs pulled out a 9-7 win over the 'exans Thursday. Dick Egan of Hawaii pitched veil for six innings, but his re- ievers ran into trouble. A four- ·un Hawaii burst in the ninth inning finally decided the issue. Slan Paiys and Bobby Balcena lomered for the Islanders. CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (UPI) Oklahoma City rolled over coma, 11-2, Thursday. Most of the scoring came off Tacoma pilcher Marshall Ren- 'roe, who was hurt by poor Tacoma fielding. Squeafc Past Angels In Ninth; Cords, Yanks Score Wins By MARTIN LADER Unilod Press International Don't knock these baseball exhibition games, at least no down Texns way. Houston fans are aware lhat Hi ire-season iimcups count f D naught once the firing starts i earnest. Cut they're not ready I forget the fine spring showing o their Colts. Displaying plenty of bounce, th ?olls pulled out a ninth inning de cision over the Los Angeles An jels, 3-2, Thursday lo boost thei spring record to 16-8, third bes among the 20 major league teams Singles by Hal Smith and Pidg Browne and a double by Jim Pen dleton in the final inning earne the Houston victory for relie litcher Bob Tiefenauer. Littl 3obby Shantz, warming up for hi opening day assignment, pitche hree scoreless innings for th Colts, Hal Woodeshick taking ove in the fourth. Thus, after losing their firs hree games and four out of five the Colts are currently sporting 15-4 streak, one their proud Texa fans hope will carry over into th ·egular season. Continue Winning Ways The New York Yankees and S ouis Cardinals, who share th best spring records of 17-8, con .inued their winning ways Thurs day, the Yankees edging the Phi adelphia Phils, 2-1, and St. Loui topping the Detroit Tigers, 6-5. Bill Stafford became the firs Yankee to go all the way thi year, although he was touched fo 11 singles. Jim Owens and Jac Hamilton did an effective job fo the Phils, both New York run coming across during doubl Mays. The Cardinals came from bi lind with three runs in the eight inning -- two of them unearned-to send Detroit down to its eight straight loss. Stan Musial hit two-run homer for St. Louis whil Norm Cash slammed a 425-foo circuit blow for the Tigers. Larr Jackson, nominated as the Card nals' opening day pitcher, wen seven innings and received credi :or his third spring triumph. The San Francisco Giants blasl ed the Milwaukee Braves, 8-2, a ·ookie Gaylord Perry pitche scoreless innings and Willi WcCovey homered. Dodgers Top Indians Pedro Ramos, making his debu 'or the Cleveland Indians, gav up four hits and three runs a Cleveland dropped a 4-2 decisio o tile Los Angeles Dodgers. Sta Williams was the starting an winning pitcher for Los Angeles. Bernie Allen, Zoilo Versalle and Rich Rollins each louche Chuck Estrada for homers I pace the Minnesota Twins to a 6- DON'T TAKE CHANCES WITH SMOOTH TIRES! ^ ' ^ Retreads af Verne Johnson's are _......_-.... so-o-o inexpensive that i»'t sheer folly not- to replace those smooth "V. \v' tires now. Be safe, drive on safe tires. J il' We Give Free Loaners, Too See Us Today for Free Tire Inspection VERNE JOHNSON TIRE SERVICE 3rd H Sts. Eureb HI 2-4444 Humboldt County's Leading Tire Dealer Far Over !4 Century 'ictory over Baltimore. Don Lee venl all the way for the Twins 'ielding eight hits. A grand-slam homer by A Smith and a solo blast by Charle; Smith were more than enougi upport for Juan Pizarro as the Chicago White Sox blanked thi SncinnatI Heds, 5-0. Pizarro helc he Reds to five hits in seven in lings and Herb Score preserve! lie shutout in the final two in lings. Ditmar Checks Mets Art Ditmar hurled seven score ess innings as the Kansas Cit; thlelics edged the New Yori Mets, 6-5. Reliever Bob Grim wa corched for four runs by Ihe Mets in. the ninth inning before Danny Osinski came in lo get the inal out. By United Press International At Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Phila 000 000 001-- 1 11 N.Y. (A) 000 Oil OOx-- 2 7 Owens, Hamilton (6) and Dai ·ymple. Stafford and Howarc ;r -- Owens. Los fi PALM SPRINGS, Calif. UPI- 'VVe're aiming for the first divi- ion," Fred Haney, the baseball- vise general manager of the LOJ Angeles Angels, declares and then shuffles away a few steps to be wilh his own thoughts. Later, manager Bill Rigney Matters into the clubhouse on his lervous spikes and barks, "Yeah, ve can improve over last year il ve stop dropping fly balls and browing to the wrong base. Mis- akes like that cost us 10 or ;ames." Heading into their second sea- on as a big league team, the An- ;els are faced with the chore of lettering an eighth place windup vhich left them 38'ri games lind the New York Yankees. This time they have several fac- ors going for them. Rigney knows lis team belter and has construct- Al Miami, Fla. 042 000 000- 6 10 000 000 020-- 2 8 Minnesota Baltimore Lee and Battey, Zimmerman ,7) Estrada, Wilhelm (8) and Lau. Loser -- Estrada. HR -Allen, Versalles, Rollins. Al. St. Petersburg, Fla. Kansas Cily 100 Oil 120-- 6 11 N.Y. (N) 000 000 014- 5 11 Ditmar, Grim (8), Osinski (9 and Azcue. Anderson, Galewooc Hook (7) and Cannizzaro Winner -- Ditmar. Loser -- An derson. HR--Siebern. At Savannah, Ga. 000 000000--0 5 000 040 Olx-- 5 7 Cincinnati Chgo .(A) O'Tooie, Sisler (8) and Johnson 'izarro, Score (8) and Lollar Vinner -- Pizarro. Loser -- 0' Toole. HR -- A. Smith, C. Smith At Lakeland, Fla. St. Louis 000 200 130- 6 9 3 Detroit 300 001 010-- 5 7 Jackson, Bauta (8), L. McDanel (8) and Oliver. Sawatski (8) Mossi, Gladding (7), Kline (8) 'ox (9) and Brown, Osborne (9) Vinner -- Jackson. Loser--Kline HR--Musial, Cash. At San Antonio, Tex. j.A. (A) 000 100 010- 2 9 Houston 000 000 201-- 3 8 Duren, Bowsfield (6), Chanc :?), Spring (9) and Rodgers Shantz, Woodeshick (4), Tiefen auer (8) and Ranew. Winner -- Tiefenauer. Loser--Spring. At Tucson, Ariz. ,. A. (N) 000 100 030-- 4 8 Cleveland 001 100 000- 2 6 Williams, Perranoski (8) am loseboro. Taylor, Ramos (6), J 5 erry (9) and Romano. Winne -- Williams. Loser -- Ramos. HR --Kirkland. Al Phoenix, Ariz. Milwaukee 000 000 002--2 11 San Fran 000 520 Olx-- 8 13 Shaw, Noltebart (6) and Roof G. Perry, Larsen (9) and Haller Vinner -- G. Perry. Loser -Shaw. HR -- McCovey, Menke. Yep, Vacation Time Is Just Around the Corner "Cal" Culv.r BETTER HAVE YOUR CAR CHECKED NOW Bring It To An EXPERT Uss the money you save for moro fun on your vacation! General Mechanics and Tune-Up Service ich brali* |ob. wilh W« plclcup and J.llvar. Lai our · xparl mochanka chacV ynur car. TURNER BRAKE SHOP 311-7lh Si., Euralta H! 27711 SPORTS HUMBOLDT STAWDARDFriday, April 6'j 1962, Page 12 Angels Feel They'll Top Last Season's Record irichal Lee by fi 'gpad Giants Take On Dodgers PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI) - The larnstorming Los A n g e l e s Dodgers play an exhibition game oday with the san Francisco ;iants, giving a sample of things o come once the 1962 baseba" season officially gets underway. Johnny Podres of the Dodgers ivill pitch against Juan Marichal n a battle of two top hurlers or the National League pennant contenders. The Dodgers, whose move west coincided with the Giants' lucra- ·e trek to the Golden Gate, ,uned up for today's game ludging the Cleveland Indians, 4-2, at Tucson Thursday. Winning by two runs, Los Angeles emerged from a cycle of four one-run decisions. In Thursday's contest, it took three-run rally by the Dodgers n the eighth inning to turn the rick. Pedro Ramos, recently acquired from Minnesota, he loss on the basis of the eighth nning debacle. Maury Wills started the inning )y walking and then stole second. A single by Jim Gilliam and a 'alk to Wally Moon loaded the lases and Duke Snider scon Wills with a sacrifice fly. Gilliam scored on another outfield fly by John Hoseboro and Moon scored when Tommy Davis singled. Stan Williams, the strong-arm No. 2 righthander in the Dodger pitching plans, yielded two runs and five hits in seven innings took credit for the win. Ron Per. ranoski cleaned up in relief, with ,wo innings of scoreless hurling. ed an infield of proven workmen instead of last year's "conven lion" that featured 17 different in lelders. Rigney also has a fairly formidable outfield in left-fielder Leon Wagner, center-fielder Ken Hun and right-fielder Albie Pearson The pitching staff seems to have that case-hardened quality with year if such men as Ken McBride (12-15) Eli Grba (11-13), Ted Bowsfieli (11-8), Ryne Duren (6-13) and Art 12 Fowler (5-8) back on deck. Depend On Experience The club has not swung deals and seems to be dependinj on experience, and a more darinj type of game, to help it up thi be- ladder. It's bye-bye to Wrigley Field where the close-in fences hat many members of the squac swinging from the handle. The An are becoming tenants of th Los Angeles Dodgers at Chave Ravine where the measurements are 330 feet down each line am 410 feet lo center field. "Since we'll be in a bigge park, we plan to play a more exciting brand of game with the stress on the hit and run and th steal," Rigney says. "Yes, ant we're going to try like hell t move up in the standings." The main questions are whethe d Yost, now 35, can get in a full season at third base anc fhether first baseman-outfielde Thomas will be much handi capped by a broken bone in om foot. Yost sustained a fractured hanc last April when Bill Stafford o he Yankees hit him with a pitched ball. Thomas, incurred hi fracture while exercising this win ter. He is playing with a specia in his shoe. Claim They're Ready Both players have said tha they feel all right. But if Yos started lo fade there would be Felix Torres, a .280 hitter las year at Buffalo, to back him up Or Tom Satriano, who also ha working out at second. Backing Thomas is Solve Bilko who claims that he still is bade with home run power whether th fences are close or far. At shortslop il looks like eilhe Joe Koppe, who had a big rooki year wilh the Philadelphia Phi lies in 1959, or yearling Jim Fre gosi. Billy Moran, a good lin drive hitler at times, rates as th second baseman. Bob Rodgers, a switch-hittin rookie, with Fregosi for rooki of the spring honors. Rodg is a catcher and may be i the opening day lineup, beatin, out such vets as Ed Sadowski am Earl Averill. suffered been and ers Spectacular Value in Car Radio! 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Lary, who won 23 games last season, was picked as a likely 20-game winner again by 15 of the 24 experts, while Koufax, who struck out an all-time single- season high of 269 batters in the NL last season enroute to an 18- victory campaign, was selected by eight experts. Twelve Pick Ford Ford, who had a 254 record and was the major leagues' pitcher of Ihe year in 1961, was the choice of 12 experts while Yankee leammate B i l l Stafford was named by seven. Stafford, an efficient, hard- Ihrowing right-hander sometimes compared to former Yankee ace Allie Reynolds, had a 14-9 mark last season despite a slow start. Other AL pitchers who received strong support as potential 20- game winners were Jim Bunning of the Tigers, Camilo Pascual ol the Twins and Juan Pizarro ol Lhe White Sox. Scattered supporl went to Milt Pappas and Chuck- Estrada of the Orioles, Ralph Terry of the Yankees, Don Schwall of the Red Sox and Jim oates of the Yankees. . Larry Jackson of the Cardinals ankcd second to Koufax as a ossible 20-game winner, accord- ng lo the UPI experts, and strong upport also went to Johnny 'odres of the Dodgers and Waren Spahn of the Braves. , Others who got scattered sup- ort were Bob Friend of the 'irates, Jay, rookie Ray Washurn of the Cardinals, Juan Mari- hal and Mike McCormick of the Giants, Don Drysdale of the Dodgers and the Cardinals' Ray adecki and Ernie Broglio. Washburn, -who had a 16-9 rec- rd and a 2.34 earned run aver- ge for the San Juan-Charleston lub of the International League ast season, also was picked by !ie hoard to be the NL's rookie f the year. Outfielder John J owell of the Baltimore Orioles vas selecled as Ihe AL's rookie if the year. DUFFY CHOOS5S HAWKS ' ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Bob Duffy who averaged 26.6.points a game for Colgate University last season, has signed with the at. Louis Hawks of the National Basketball Association. 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