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Eureka To Hosi St. Bernard's In H-DN Loop Tilt Tomorrow Perry Mound Star As Giants Triumph PHOENIX, Ariz. (UPI)- Justwarpath in the ninth inning, but when the shell-shocked San Francisco Giant pitching staff seemed serve Perry's win. about ready to run up a white flag of surrender, rookie Gaylord Perry has come to its rescue. Juan Marchial and Billy O'dell have pitched well for the Giants He is 6-foot-4, weighs 205, and this spring, but three other starters--Jack Sanford, Mike McCormick and Billy Pierce--have been unable to get much of anybody out. i Giant fans hopefully point out that all three are old pros and will settle down once regular play starts, but the gnawing fear persists that all three cannot execute 180 degree turns from their spring showings. Perry could be tlie guy to help pick up any slack which might develop. He' tossed eight innings the Braves desperately hope will of shutout ball against Milwaukee Thursday as the Giants breezed to an 8-2 win here. The Braves finally went on the Six New State League Umpires SAN MATED (UPI (-President Eddie Mulligan of the California League announced today that six new umpires would call games in the Class C loop this season along with two holdovers. The new men are Dick Valcn- court, 37, of Georgetown, Del., Andrew Tucciarelli, 38, of San Francisco; Donald Lewis, 23, of Desert Hot Springs, Calif.; Rob ert Sievers, 41, of Richland, Wash.; William Slollenwerk, Jr., 33, of Palo Alto, Calif., and John L'Angelle, 38, of Reno, Nev. Back from last season are Ray Volz of San' Lorenzo, Calif, and Lou Sternschuss of La Jolla, Calif. Valencourt is the veteran of A record field of SO is expecte to tee off in the Third Annu, the new group, having started his Simpson Timber employees go umpiring career in 1947. He was on the Cal league staff in 1950. Two of last season's umpires- Bob Engel and Merlyn Anthony- have been acquired by the Pacific Coast League. Don Larsen finished up to pre- Perry, now 23, was 16-10 at T» coma last year while leading the Pacific Coast League in earned run average with a 2.55 mark. Gary Player, the defending champion, finally got his putts to drop so he went into the second round of the Masters golf tournament ncluding the two co-s e c o n d is the brother of Cleveland's Jim Perry. Little brother Gaylord has been sharp all spring and could turn out to be a gem. The Gianls bats continued to sizzle Thursday as San Francisco rapped 13 hits. Willie McCovey collected a today with a two-stroke lead over the field. Given little consideration in the pre-tourney speculation, Player insisted all along that he'd/ be all right "if those putts start going i." They did Thursday and he, shot a five under par 67 which under the adverse conditions will rank as one of the greatest rounds in homer and a single and Orlando Masters History. Playing in a cold Cepeda doubled and singled. Also getting two hits were Tom Haller, Ernie Bowman, and Bob Perry. Most of the damage was done ;- Ksl g 0 u; er ever i 0 against Bob Shaw, whom the be a regular starter this year. The win was San Francisco's third straight and made them 1312 in exhibition play. Today the Giants were to meet the Los Angeles Dodgers here and then disband their camp. They will meet Cleveland at Salt then fly to San Francisco to ready for Tuesday's opener against the traves. Despite his two hits Thursday, the Giants shipped Bob Perry guess I proved it yesterday." down to Tacoma. He has been hitting the ball well all spring, but there is just no room in the San Francisco Giant outfield for any newcomer. His departure left P ar the Giant squad at 26 players, Player In Masters Tournament Lead AUGUSTA, Ga. (UPI) - Little dler Harper and Mario Gonzalez of Brazil. Threats Drop Back There were 16 bracketed at 74 rain, with darkness creeping up on him, the 26-year-old South African, attempting to become'-the ters titles in a row, came on with a rush to overtake the 42-year-old Julius Boros. Boros' three under par 69 gave him second place, but even his brilliant round was overshadowed by Player's superlative effort. I never agreed with those who have been saying I have not been choices in the field, Jack Nicklau and Doug Sanders. Player, who hasn't won since ast year's Masters championship, lad eight one-putt greens. He had inly one bogey when he overshot he green on the par four fourth lole. Boros had seven one putt greens and chipped in 30 feet with a five ron on No. 11 for a birdie. Palmer and Souchak both had ilazing back nines -- three under par 33's. Both had gone out in one over par 37's. Palmer had four irdies in the last seven holes and Souchak had three birdies on the ack nine. Ragan had two nines of 35 while Semore, Dickinson was out in even par 36 jut came back in two under 34. Lake Saturday and Sunday and Paying well," said Player. "I've been hitting the ball as good as ever, but those putts just wouldn't drop. I knew that once they started going in I'd be all right. I It started raining on a cloudy, chilly day just as Player finished the front nine with a two under 3 «- But dampness didn't bother him and Simpson Tourney At Bayside Links tournament at Bayside cours Sunday. The 18-hole affair gets unde way at 9 o'clock Sunday mornin according to Chairman Larr Johnson. USED CARS and TRUCK AUCTION APRIL 7ft\--2 P.M. FORTUNA MOTORS AT THE STOPLIGHT two less than the opening day he shot the tough back nine of limit the 6,980-yard par 36-36--72 Masters course in 33. He had six bird- ise against a single bogey. Palmer Places Third Player was three slrokes front of favorite Arnold Palmer, Mike Souchak, Dave Ragan and Gardner Dickinson, all of whom carded two under par 70's. In all 11 players broke par. U.S. Open champion Gene Littler, Bob Rosburg, George Bayer, Billy Maxwell and Don January all had 71's. Sam Snead, a three-time winner, headed a group of 10 players tied with par 72's. Tlje others were Charley Coe, Ihe Oklahoma Cily amateur who tied Palmer for second place lasl year, a stroke back of Player's winning Martin Methvin, a 23-year-old amateur from Lilllc Rock, Ark.; Australian Bruce Crampton; Juan Rodriguez, Ihe little Puerto Rican; Jack Fleck; PGA champion Jerry Barber; Byron Nelson, a former Masters king; Lionel Hebert and Ted Kroll. Grouped at one over par 7; were Jimmy Dernaret, like Snead a three-time winner here; former U.S. Open champion Billy Casper; Dave Douglas, Jacky Cupit, Chan- Directions: Water it sparingly and America's perennial favorite, 7 Crown, will blossom into springtime's smoothest-sipping drink. Just try it. For best results, say Seagram's and be Sure. suGuu-oisiittus COMPM, lira vein cm. BIIKHEO WHISHI, ss HOOF. 555: o«i« KOIHI spims. Angels Bow To Coll 45s FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI) The touring Los Angeles Angels shoot for their sixth and seventh win today against the Houston Colt 45s after the Texans evened heir spring record at five wins- r ive losses Thursday. Angel hurler Ryne Duren, apparently bolstered by a host of lometown relatives and friends in .he game played at San Antonio showed top form for five innings. Duren blanked the Colt 45s, strik- ng out five and giving up five walks. He played for the San An- :onio Missions in 1953. Despite Duren's fine hurlinj :he Lone Star State's Jim Pendleton doubled, Hal Smith and Pidge Browne singled in the ninth inning to hand the Colt 45s 3-2 cliffhanger victory. The game was spiced by the ejection of the Angels' Lee Thomas and the 45s' Norm Larker dur- ng the eighth inning when Los Angeles scored once to tie the *ame, 2-2. Thomas was ejected by plate umpire Frank Walsh for objecting ^ on a strike call, while Larker was *iven the heave-ho when he pro :ested too violently after firs' sase umpire Nestor Chylak had called him for interfering with runner Leon Wagner. Houston's ninth inning rally came off southpaw Jack Spring the fourth Angel pitcher, and gave the victory to Bobby Tiefen auer, the third Houston hurler After starter Duren came Te Bowsfield, Dean C h a n c e and Spring. The Angels' Cactus League standings now hangs at 13-12. The nightcap will be played al Dallas. Ken McBride is schcdulei to start for the day game against he 45s' Bob Bruce. George Witt suits up for the night encounter against Dick Farrell. Mack High Nine To Host Arcala Four pitchers will start for the Arcata High Tigers Saturday vhen they meet McKinleyville's Slack Panthers at noon. Tom Thomson, veteran south- law, will be on the hill. Other mrlers on the first nine are Bill Vilkinson and Howard Kamperman, who will start in the out- ield, and first baseman Mike 'hurber. The game will be played on the 'anther diamond, and will be Arcala's first league tilt of the season.-The Mack High nine has an ·2 H-DN mark. Arcata's record in pre-league jractice games was 2-4. Other Tiger starlers include out- ielder Jay Burgess, Jon Burgess, 3b; Doub Mudford, ss; Marion smore, 2b; and Max Pectol, c. McKinleyville's first nine includes Bob Corson, p; Garth Denman, c; Bill Malilla, Ib; Gene 'ree, 2b; John Sweek, 3b; Ken Long, ss; Ken Overmoe, If; Bob Moulton, cf; and Terry Semore, rf. Eureka Jr. High Tramples Jacobs Eleven runs in the fourth inning and a three-hit pitching job by Gary Longholm gave the Eureka Junior High nine a 14-3 win over Jacobs Junior High Thursday. EJH scored 11 times in fourth, after taking a 3-2 lead over the first three frames. The rally came on singles by Longholm, Bob Hodgson, Paul Jackson, Ed Cox and Larry LaFonlaine and two safeties by Bob Finnegan. The Trojans scored two runs in the first inning as Rusty Eastman doubled and Mike Blackwel! singled after two errors. But they were -shut out for the next four frames. Longholm walked two anc struck out nine. Larry Powell was the losing pitcher. GALLENKAMP'S BASEBALL SHOES 5th E Sts. Eurok, Opon Fri. Nito 'Til 9 tiUMBULDT STANDARD Friday, April 6, 1962, Page 13 Fortune To Host Hoopa Two teams with hopes for ex cellent seasons clash Saturday al 12:30 o'clock on the Husky dia mond. Fortuna hosts Hoopa in a dou bleheader, with the first game counting in H-DN play! Both nines have 1-9' records 3oopa having beaten South Fork 6-5 and Fortuna holding a 14-2 win over Ferndale. Hoopa pitcher Frank Trimble and Fortuna hurler Pat O'Brien will start on the mound. O'Brien fashioned a one-hitter in his league performance against Fern dale, and Trimble gave up jusl ? ive hits to the Cubs. Hoopa has a 2-0 overall mark and Forluna has a 1-3 record. Hoopa's starlers, along will 'finable, are Eric Wegner, c; Ben Branham, Ib; Curt Allen, 2b Fred Marshall, 3b; Wes Roberts ss; Wayne Burroughs, If; Charles Singleton, ef; and Joe Campbell rf. Fortuna starters are Larry Bar santi, c; Tom Murphy, Ib; Mar vin Stone, 2b; Don Ferguson, 3b Bill Isenhart, ss; Rick Travis If; Wayne Hyman, cf; and Mike Granger, rf. South Fork Hosts Del Norle Nine Del Norte High's Warriors go after their second win of the H-DN season Saturday when they face the South Fork Cubs in Miranda, The game is slated to start al ! o'clock. Del Norte takes a 1-0 eague mark and a 3-2 season record into play. The Warriors defeated McKin leyville 5-2 in their only H-DN outing. Pitcher .Tim Melhoff, who struck out 14 in that tilt, will start. The Cubs lost to Hoopa 6-5 in ;hcir previous league game. The} lave an 0-3-1 mark overall. Dick Valles, Curt Wood or Jim Uayhew will oppose Melhoff on .he mound. Other Del Norte starters include Chuck Beatty, c; Gerald Berg quist, Ib; Mike Wiebke, 2b; Larry Miller, 3b; Lee Pinter, ss; Nolai Schweikl, If; Dale Nations, cf; and Wes McNeil, rf South Fork starters are Duane Burgess, c; Roger Cartwright, Ib; Ron Maher, 2b; Mayhew or Guy Mallo, 3b; Wood or Valles, ss; Ron Branam, If; Jerry Robertson, ef; and Ben Combs, rf. Kegling Champs Fall By Wayside DES MOINES (UPI) - Tire iiopcs of Waterloo Bowl-In No. 2 defending Iowa champions, foi lie American Bowling Congrcs: tournament title fell by the way side lasl nighl. The Waterloo team totaled only 2,93!) in its regular division ap pearance. Earl Worncr, II), Eric, Pa. rolled 714 in regular doubles will Fred Gillcspie, also of Eric, for i 1,251 total, t h e best two-ma; score of the day. SPORTS Whispering Pines To Be One Of Finest Courses Cross-Town Rivals Meet In 1:30 Game Af A/bee Stadium St. Bernard's Crusaders, smiling thtir fifth llnmboldt-Dol Norie inscball tide in six ycurs, meet tilt Eureka High Loggers Saturday jt Albee Stadium at 1:30 o'clock. The parochlals arc after their PINEHURST, N.C. (UPI)--The ros are tearing it up at the Mas- irs today but the most concen- aled colleclion of amaleurs in olfing firmament are gatherde in lis spot known as the golf capi- d of the world. The reason is that in Pinehurst lere are nine championship ourses within a seven-mile radi- s. It is gently rolling country, ith Ihe scenl of pine heavy on ie soft spring air, and lo Ihis airway fraternity playing the ame is much more imporlanl mn being a spectator. Their newest mashie mecca is brand new course called "Whis- ering Pines" and it promises be- ore too long, to take ils place mong such top courses as Oak- lonl. Pa., Pebble Beach, Calif., nd the Augusta (Ga.) National. Whispering Pines has Ihe gim- lick lo do it, too, with plans eing formulaled lo pul on the vorld's richest golf tournament loving inlo the fairway forefronl ith such startling rapidity in olfing community such as this is inlamount to Ihe Casey-Slengel- ed New York Mets planning on finning Ihe National League pen ant in Iheir second year. Rich Tourney Planned But the professional clan soon 'ill be beating a path to Whisper- ng Pines' plush doorstep if a 'ittsburgh promolional genius amed 0. John Valentine pulls ofi is coup. Valentine is working on a $150,Junior Jacks In Lopsided Win Over Mack High Humboldt State varsity out- ielder Ken Matias tried his hand t pitching Thursday and twirlec three-hit, 10-1 win for the Jun- · 'Jacks over McKinleyville ligh's Panthers. Matias also got one of four unior 'Jacks triples. The colleg- ans won their ninth straight vic- 017 and gave McKinleyville -5-1 record. Dave Minor, Ted Snapp anc Gary Mayes also tripled for Hum- iQldt. John Sweek poked a three lagger for McKinleyville in tin econd inning to drive in tlie only 'anther run. Bob Corson hurled the firsl hree innings for McKinleyvilU ind gave up six runs. Tony Semore finished out the final foul rames and was touched for foui allies. In the bottom of the seventh nning Jeff Mackey took the mound for the 'Jacks. McKinley 'ille loaded the bases but a dou ile play ended the rally. JUNIOR JACKS 'LAYER-- Pos. AB R H PO A E Immoni IB 3 l 0 ? 0 I CF SS LF 9 1 1 0 4 . c A o i 7 ousa McGlnness . RF-3B Ibonico 3B ·MeGrew .... RF Urd .......... P -Mackey ...... P TOTALS 58 10 » 11 MCKINLEYVILLE HIGH LAYER-- POS. AB R H PO IB 4 0 0 2 SS 3 0 1 1 1 o l o o 0 0 0 0 0 ong . LF orson P -Tony Semore . p l o o o l loulton CF 3 0 0 1 0 crry Semore RF 1 0 0 0 0 ·Pratt RF 2 0 1 0 0 cnman c 3 o o 2 o laltlia 18 1 1 0 11 1 week 3 B 2 0 1 0 2 TOTALS 35 I 3 31 10 Summary .A--Replaced Corson in 4th b-- Rcplaccod Terry Semore in 4ln c--Replaced Atbonlco in ith d--Singled lor Matias in 7th e--Replaced Bird in 7th Junior Jacks . . . . 123 310 0--10 » 3 McKlnloyvllle .. 010 MO 0-- 1 3 1 RBI: Timmons, Mayes, Minor ('., low, McGlnness, Mallas; 3B: Matias nor, Snapp, Mayes, Sweek; LOB: JJ , MCK (J); SB: Albonico, Sousa, Me ew, Overmoe; DP: Sousa lo Timmons, app to Sousa to Timmons; BB: Matias , Corson (4), Semore 13), Mackey (3); : Mallas (7), Corson (1), Semore (1) ickey (0); HP: Snapp by Semore; WP: ilias; LP: Corson; U: Dickinson; Scor : Onelo; Time of Game: 2:15. BOWLERS! Join up now for summer league bowling. The following leagues are open: 0 Houiewifci Uftgua (Daytimo) · 3 Man Scratch on Man. (7 p.m.) · 3 Women Scratch, Mori. (7 p.m.) · S Wom.'n Handic'p, Tue». (7pm) · 5 Men Handicap, Wed. (7 p.m.) · Mixod Fouri«m«, Wed. (7 p.m.) · Mixed Fmirioma, Thuri. (7 pm) · Mixed Fnurtnmt t,n fit. (7 p.m.) · 5 Mart Handicap «rt Fri. (7 p.m.) Contact Jim Today al; BROADWAY LANES Broidw.y l Hlghliml HI 3-513] M tournament -- with $25,000 as ie first prize. Considering that Whispering ines opened only last week, such ans may seem a bit premature, ut the course, laid out by golf- rchitect Ellis Maples, who has esigned some 30 courses through ut the South, already is an cmer d beauty of breath-taking per sction. 'We made this course for the verage golfer to enjoy," Maples xplained." It plays about 6,800 ards but we can stretch it ou [Iiird successive 1I-UN championship but the Loggers have voweil "this is the year for Eure- Pitching looms as the deciding 'actor in the game. Eureka's Ron Harmon and St. Bernard's Tom Burger are two of the most respected hurlers in the circuit and lave good defensive teams backing them up. Eureka coach ers Mike Hezzonico and Gary Ballew, Jim Pope, c; Bob Johnson. Ib; Lance Lawry, 3b. Harmon has a 1-0 league mark having hurled a 7-1 win against Ferndale. He struck out nine and walked three in that till. Burger's mark is also 1-0 in H-DN action, an 11-0 triumph Iveilh hasn't established his final starling lineup as yet. He's named Mark Melendy to start at shortstop and Dan Yeider at second against McKinleyville. The Crusader hurler fanned six and didn't Darlinglgive up a walk. a long 7,200 for championship j )ase but nas Norm Pet i cl . son an d The golf course, later to he ex anded into a 36-hole layout, i. ie focal point of a communit; edicated to relaxed living. A Vhispering Pines, where able .very Beck is the pro, there an wo large lakes which cover 500 cres and have been heavily locked with bass. Fitting in round golf course and lakes are 00 homesites. Site Contains Crates An unusual facet of developing ie homesites was thai one buyer ad his heart set on a scenic oint of land stretching out into of the longneedled pines ·here early settlers had buried ome 30 of their dead. One of the tones reads: "To the memory of John Ray, native of Scotland. Born 1744 5: led October 7, 1791." The man who wanted that point [ land guaranteed to maintain he graves. He erected a $25,000 omc on Ihe point -- and that ny graveyard in his back yard t long last will be tended. If Whispering Pines does come p with the world's richest tour- amenl, as it promises, it will be n ironic twist of fate that the cols settled here almost Iwo cen- uries ago, but it took a game rom Iheir nalive heath to really onquer this pine-studded wilder- Ron Dias ready to move in. The right field job is still a tossup between Mike Wolfe and John Schrader. Other starters include outfield- distance in less than 17 by, Dr. Thomas Sluart and Arthur minulcs. \Vay were named lo Ihe board of directors. Russ Schoelen and Melvin Colby were named delegates to the Northwestern Conservation Council. Stuart and Lorenz are alternates. In the only other championship ace Thursday, Ted Stickles, 19 ear-old Indiana University soph more, set a new American ant meet record in winning the 400 'ard individual medly in 4:18.1. Stanford Hosts UCLA Thinclads By United Press International UCLA moves into Stanford Sta- lium Saturday for a track meel vhich could go all the way to he relay l«fore the winner is decided. Stanford coach Payton Jordan lelights in staging close meets as lemonstrated by last week's exciting triangular against San Jose Hate and Kansas which saw San 'ose lake the relay and thereby vin the meet. This week's Bruin-Card battle jgurcs to be about as close. Meanwhile, the powerful Spar- ans will entertain Santa Clara Youth Village Saturday. No score will be kept, but sev- iral outstanding individual halites ire in prospect including a 100 eaturing San Jose's Jimmy )magbemi and tlie Village's Bob 'oynter and Willie Williams. Cal Poly wil! be al San Fran- :isco State and Pacific at Nevada n more cinder action. IDAN DERBY FAVORITE AGUA CALIENTE, Mex. (UPI) --Ridan. winner of Saturday's lorida Derby, was quoted as the -1 favorite in latest odds on the lay 5 Kentucky Derby. OUR GUARANTEE TO YOU Is quality, friendly service and economy 5th P St., Eureka HI 3-1753 Store hours: Simdny thru Thurs., 9 a.m. 'til 10 p.m. Fri., 9 a.m. 'til 11 p.m., Sat., 9 a.m. 'til 12 Youngsters Pace BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (UPI)-- 'oung men led the way into an ction-packed second day of the 'tational AAU indoor swimming nd diving meet here today. Six championships, in the 400- ard freestyle relay, 1-meter div- :ig and four 220-yard events, wil e decided today. Top performance of the opening ay was turned in by high schoo enior Roy Saari, 17, of El Se- undo, Calif., who achieved swim- ling's equivalent of the four- Oilier St. Bernard's starlers are Sob Alien, c; Tim Allen, Ib; Gary Owens, 2b; Paul Bareilles, 3b; Jim Bonomini, ss; Leon Flinch- laugh. If; Carl Del Grande, cf; and Lee Frye, rf. Eureka posted a strong hitting icrformancc against Ferndale. Ballew led the parade with a single, double and home run. St. Bernard's got only one extra-base hit against McKinleyville, double by Barry Jeffers. The Crusaders have a 5-2-1 overall record. Eurcka's mark is 2-1. St. Bernard's won the first prac- .ice game between the two clubs 5-4. Eureka captured the second neter freestyle event in the rec- rd-brcaking time of 16:54.1 cconie the first man to cover Sportsmen Group Officers for tlie Redwood Sportsmen's Association of Eureka were elected at a dinner meeting this week. Ed Tremaine was chosen presi- .inute mile. 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