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1 8th Annual HBA Handicap Tournament To Start Tomorrow * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * · * * · * * * * * * Annual Rhododendron Golf Tournament On Tap April 29 At Eureka Course By DON TERBUSH COUPLE OF ACTIVE 'YOUNGSTERS'... Father Time may be a gray hair or a creaky joint too many, l u i t to two Eure'ltans he's just a gimpy old guy who c a n ' t keep up. We're referring to I. Fercl Cramer and A. J. Purdue, both of whom have celebrated their three score and ten birthdays. Cramer and Purdue are both entered in the 18th A n n u a l Humboldt Bowlers' Association H a n d i c a p Tournament which opens tomorrow. And don't sell ( h e i r chances short in either the doubles or singles competition. Cramer has between a 150-154 average. "I've been bowling for about 50 years--since I was 20." His highest game is a 279; his highest series a 679. Does he still use the same grip he did in his younger days? '·f started with a two-finger grip, switched to three and am now using four." Does he find bowling to be a good exercise outlet? -Yes. It's a little expensive at times, but it's some- tiling to do when it's raining." Purdue celebrates his 73rd birthday in September. "I've been bowling off and on all my life. The last five or six years I've been doing it steady. The septuagenarian bowls in two leagues at the present time and carries a 150 average. "My highest "ame was a 247 which I got last year. My best series is a 520. I never seem able to put three good games together." " Purdue explained that "I have a little trouble with one of my fingers. As a result I bowl a back-up ball from the'left side of the lanes. It seems to be quite effective. Last night I hit a 188 and a 184." As for exercise. Purdue reported thai "I usually t a k e a walk to town and back when the weather's good. It's about three miles. And then I have my bowling twice a week." Purdue is looking forward to a trip to Oroville d u r i n g Easter week. "I saw a fellow bowling over there who said he was 75. Looked like he was pretty good, too. I'm going to try and locale him and arrange a match." Cramer "and Purdue are interested in forming an "Over 70" league or bowling team. Any volunteers from the "active" set? Sports Questions Asked By Ladles RICHMOND, Va. ( U P I ) -- The to your own method of belling a mie.-tions Ihc ladies ask aboul horse named "Hairdo" jusl after sports: Why do men play 30 holes of golf ami hire somebody else lo mow their quarter acre of lawn? (Because they don't want your polf for exercise and ride in a cart? (Take as many swings as most of them do and they have to ride to get all the way round.) \Vhy can't some men change the baby but pick up dirty old worms to go fishing? (They don't want to slick hook in the baby.) Why do Ihey call il home plate in baseball when there isn't dish anywhere in sight? (Next question please.) When they gather in a group in lootball, are they hiding some- jody who is ill? (Yes. The quarterback usually 's sick at Ihe way things arc going, i Why don't they let ladies in Ihc press box when everybody knows ucn talk mure than women? ( H m m m m m 1 . I low do horse race selectors jick the horses? (This is a highly skilled science ji which they select the favorite 'or the public and go broke them- you've had a permanent wave.) Why do some people insinuate that wrestling isn't completely honest? (There are even people who think that Billy the Kid was fellow, madam, when all Giants Gain Tie With LA Dodgers SALT LAK'I! CITY (UPI)-Thc San Francisco Giants closed out their Arizona spring training session on a spectacular but indecisive note as they fought the Los Angeles Dodgers lo an 11-11 lie Friday. _.. , The game was hailed after .elves beuingjongshot "P^_g^| eieht ini , s by lravc l commit. Edmonton Takes Lead In this was a base canard.) Why do the Yankees win the World Series every year when several other teams have much prettier uniforms? (Take comfort from the fad that the Yankees have never won single fashion show in the American League and probably never will.) Playoffs Ry I'nitcil Press Inli'rnational Edmonton held a 2-1 lead over "aluiiry today in their hest-of- icvcn balllc for ' Tlie Giants meet Cleveland here j today and Sunday and then it's ion to San Francisco for Tuesday's 'opening game against Ihe Milwaukee Braves. Juan Marichal is supposed to pilch that one. lint the Giants hope he will do belter than lie ,,,,,-,, ,, , .,,, .. spot in Ihc j did Friday. The game was billed U-,UT.I Hockey League playoff as a fim 'actice lest for the hard-throwing right-hander, hut Marichal came to work after a 'bout wilh intestinal flu. He should have slaved in bed. The Dodgers ripped him for six runs in llirce innings although San Francisco climbed back into Ihe ball game by scoring five unearned lollies in Ihe fourlh. The Dodgers led 8-6 after seven , - innings, but Matly Aluti ripped a i;:ht penalties. Flyer goals wcrC] ( w ( ) . r u n ,,,,,,,,.,. ,,, || K ciglilh lo cured by Ed .loyal, Doug Mos-| kmil th( , ( . wlllt :m ,| send both ier. Hoger Dcjordy and Warren j |( ,. mls ,,,, ,|, oil . w:iv hues. I Willie Mays led the Gianls swat ' l i t e fourlh game of (be series 1 parade w i l l i Ihree hits good for · . i l l be played Monday in Calgarymvo runs balled in. H b i l e Manny ill] the scene shifting In Kdmnn-|Moia and Felipe Ainu cnnlribulod on lor ihc fiflh next Wednesday.||wn hils apiece. I The rivers slapped Calgary 4-2 M-id.-iy night before a disap- jointed Calgary audience. Edmon- in overcame a 1-0 first period .elicit anil scored twice in each if the last two periods. Edmonton outskated the Stnm- pcders. gelling 33 shots lo Cal- I, and drew six of the Week-Long Event To Be Held At Arcata, EO Establishments Defending singles champion Hap Agnew is scheduled (o bowl Sunday in the opening round of the 18th Annual Humboldt Howling As socialiuu Handicap Tournament. Afititw and liis doubles partner Hob McClnry, will bowl at E O Cowl on Highway 2!)U north of Attain. Team events will be held a Arcala Howl. The tournament will continue each day for a week. Team events wind up Saturday, while the dou bles and singles finish next Sun day. Agnew rolled a 702 series in 1%I to win the singles division The defending doubles titlests are In Critical BLUEFIELD, W. Va. (UPI) -Heavyweight boxer Tunney Hun iaker was given "about a 50-50' chance lo live today after under ;oing surgery for a brain injurj suffered when he was knocked out in the 10th round of a fight a Beckley, W. Va. Dr. E. L. Gage performed two-hour operation early today in Blucfield Sanitarium lo relieve iressure on the brain caused bj subdural hcmatoma, an accumulation of blood under a mem- jrane covering the brain. Hunsaker, 32, was knocked oui Friday night by Joe (Shotgun) Sheldon of Cleveland, Ohio, with 2:53 elapsed in the final rounc if the 10-rounder. He was rushed rom Beckley, about 30 miles north of here. Gage said Hunsaker remained crilical but was "holding bis ,vn" several hours after surgery. "His temperature was up a bit and he was still unconscious," Gage said, but otherwise he was coming along a bit. "1 don't know what we .·eally predict his chances before another 24 to 48 hours. This boy was in real bad shape when he came in but 1 think he improve: somewhat after the operation. It will all depend on how much damage resulted to the brain itself I think he might have a 50-50 :hancc." The surgeon said Hunsaker's in- ury definitely was caused by a blow to the head. "He had that appearance and a black eye and a bruise on the iicad as evidence of trauma," Gage said. Hunsaker was revived after the knockout bul collapsed in his corner and was taken to a Beckley hospital. But bis condition failcc to improve and he was rushed to Bluelicld. Married and the father of two children, Hunsaker was the former police chief in Fayetleville W. Va., where be lives. He is now employed as an investigator for Ihe West Virginia Beer Commission. Final Rites For 'Kid 1 Paret Today MIAMI (UPD -- Cuban boxci Benny ( K i d ) Paret, fatally injurer two weeks ago in an unsuccessfu defense of his world welterweight litle, was lo be buried here today. liis championship belt draped across his chest. Friday, thousands of friends boxing fans and the curious filed past the open coffin of the 25- yenr-old Parcl, once a cane fielc worker whose death as a result of ring injuries touched off a furoi nmong boxing officials, sportsmen :md opponents of the sport. "Whatever he was, the people made him. This is the way hi would have wanted it." sadly said ,is 21-year-old wife. Lucy, as she walched the line of mourners at .he funeral home. Paret won the title in May of IOCO, from Don Jordan in Las Ve^as. He lost it at Miami Beach to Kmilc G r i f f i t h on .von it back from Griffith last Sept. 3(1 in New York--and Ihen ost il lo Griffith in Ihe fatal ifiht March 21 in Madison Square Garden. Referee Ruby Goldslcin stopper he fighl in Ihe 12lh round, after 'arel had taken a ballering Iron, i r i f f i l h . The Cuban fighter was laken from his dressing room lo a hospital and umlcrwcnl hrainj'i-3. Mirgcry lo ease pressure I r o m j Naulf and I'allcrson defealet blood elols. j l l r r n k m a n and I'clcrson li-l, IH AI Pollard and Bob Wright, with 1343. They compete Friday. Pollard's 2011 is the all-events high from 1961. Bowling starts at 10 a.m. Sun day at E 0 Bowl and 1 p.m. at Arcata Bowl. Entries for Monday's bowling follow: MONDAY Team Events 6:45 -- Country Club Market, Walters Real Estate, Star Cigars, Perry's Painters, Herb Miller Insurance, Knights of Columbus Buck Andy, Ned's Men's Wear Emmerson Realty, Elks, Al's Mo bil. Mechanical Service. 9:00 -- IOOF, Davidson's Bookkeeping, B r o m ' f c Pollard, Kwik Kafe, Humboldt Land and Title, Whiting Trophies, Ken Sells Diesel, Swanson's Shell, Bernie Anderson, Hutching Grocery, Falors Pharmacy, E 0. Doubles Singles 6:45 -- Dick Sherman - Bob Smart, John Sweek - Malcolm Ray, Ralph Grow - Jerry Day Dick Rice - Austin Sherrick, Herb Nelson - Eric Nelson, Ralph Holtz- Nick Krueger, Don Lipscomb Dick Lipscomb, Ran Lipscomb Rich Lipscomb. Hemsleys Spark Eureka Swim Team Triumph RED BLUFF - Eureka High swimmers Ross and Harry Hemsley posted two wins apiece to lead the Logger mermen to a 65-32 victory over the Red Bluff High Spartans here Friday. It was the second Eureka win against Red Bluff this season. The Loggers placed first in nine of 11 events, look four seconds and five thirds. Both Eureka relay teams won their events. Ross Hemsley, in his first son of competition on the high school squad, won the 400-yard freestyle in 4:57.2 and the 200- yard freestyle in 2:13.1. Harry Hemsley, a senior, won lie 100-yard butterfly in 1:05.5 and the 200-yard individual medley in 2:32.9. Other Eureka wins were by Steve Jordan, 50-yard freestyle; Vinee Lucido, 100 - yard backstroke; and Dennis Beattie, 100- yard freestyle. Closest event was the freestyle relay. Eureka's foursome of Gordon Johnson, Rich Schmitz, Bob New and Beattie was timed in 1:51.4, and Red Bluff came just a tenth-second behind. 0 YARD BUTTERFLY--H. Hcmsloy, Bunllng, RB; G. Johnson, E -- 1:OS.S YARD FREESTYLE--Jordan, ~ Greening, RB; New, E -- :2i.3 400 YARD FREESTYLE--R. Hemsley, E; Tench, RB; Tragcsor, E -- 4:57.! . 200 YARD FREESTYLE--R. Hemsley, E; Renstrom, RB; Schmiti, E -- 2:13.1 100 YARD BACKSTROKE--LUCidO, E; Talvola, E; Brown, RB -- 1:09.1 100 YARD BREASTSTROKE--Carey, RB; Sarlund, E; Croxton, E -- 1:1S.2 1DO YARD FREESTYLE--Beattie, E; Bunting, RB; Basekist, RB -- 1:00.1 DIVING--Sleelc, RB; Hawkins, E.- Davis, RB -- 13J.25 100 YARD INDIV. MED.--H. Hemsley, Ef Carey, RB; Karol, RB -- 1:32.9 200 YARD MED. RELAY--E (Talvola, Sarlund, Lucido, Jordan) -- 2:01.3 300 Y A R D FREESTYLE RELAY--E (Johnson, Schmiti, New, Beattie)-- 1:51.4 TOTAL POINTS TEAM STANDINGS-(Eureka), 65; R8 (Red Bluff), 32. HSC Netfers In Loss To Aggies, Compete Today CIIICO -- Humboldt Slate's ten nis squad continued competition here today after losing a 5-2 decision lo Cal Aggies Friday. The Lumberjacks faced University of Nevada and Chico Slale in today's matches. The loss Friday evened Iheir season record al l-l. Senior veteran Harvey Doerksen and Sieve Harrow (earned up for ILSC's wins Friday. Doerksen defeated Sieve Fosler fi-4, (H in Ihe fiflh singles match, and lie and Harrow dcfcalcd Glen Allen and Gil Matbius 8-7, (i~t in doubles. Cal Aggies' wins included: Lowell N a u 11 defeated Les Hrenkman (i-2, 0-2. Tim Patterson defeated Gary Peterson 6-1. 7-5. Allen defeated Harrow M, :]-(!, 1-7. AUGUSTA, Ga.: Puerto -Rico's Juan Rodriguez does his own version of the happy golfer's twist on the fourth green here Friday after sinking a birdie putt. The lean and wiry golfer, a crowd pleaser, fired an even-par 72 for a 36-hole total of 144. (UPI Telephoto) HUMBOLDT STANDARD Saturday, April 7, 1962, P. 8 Pistol Shoot Set Sunday Shooting starts af 30 o'clock Sunday in the first annual Eureka Kiflc and Revolver Club Trophy Match. The National Rifle Association- approved tournament will be held at the club's Spruce Point range, south of Eureka off Humboldt Hill Road. All target pistol shooters are eligible to compete. Any rimfire display today as the two teams or eenterfire handgun meeting NRA competition requirements ill be permitted. The match schedule includes: Rimfire no. 1 -- 20 shots, slow lire. Rimfire no. 2 -- 20 shots, timed fire. Rimfire no. 3 -- 20 shuts, rapid fire. Rimfire no. 4 -- 30 shots, slow, timed and rapid 'ire. Rimfire no. 5 -- aggregate trophy, scores from matches 1, 2, 3 and 4. Centerfirc match no. i -- 30 shots, slow, timed and rapid fire. Only one match of each type may he fired by each entrant. Rangers, Leais Clash Tonight TORONTO (UPI) - "If I can buy a goal, we'll be all right.' That's Ihe way the New York Rangers' star right wing, Andy Bathgate, looked al tonight's sixth game of the Stanley Cup semifinals with the Maple Leafs at Toronto. Il's a series in which the Leafs liold a 3-2 lead, needing only one more win to eliminate the surprising Rangers from the best-of- seven set. The other semifinal series between the Montreal Canadiens and the Chicago Black Hawks resumes Sunday night at Chicago ·ilh the defending champion Hawks holding a 3-2 edge. Ranger General Manager Muzz Patrick stated earlier, "If our luck changes and our so-call«: stars come through we can stili take it all. That's been the story of the series thus far, as far as we are concerned." The cold statistics support Patrick. Only Earl Ingarfield, with three goals, has managed to beat Leaf goalie Johnny Bower. The other members of New York's No. 1 line. Balhgate and the injurci Dean Prentice, have been zeroed. Should the Hangers square the scries, Ihe seventh game will he ilayed Tuesday night in New York's Madison Square Garden. Has lips, Downs In Keg Tourney DES MOINKS, Iowa (UPI) Charles 'Chuck) Sisk, 20-year-old acramento, Calif., howler, had iis tips and downs at the American Howling Congress tournament ·'riday. The 5-4. 1.12-pounder scored a 72ft in classic singles for second ilacc in the afternoon, but was ow man with 5fi3 for Ihc Castle ,ane Club in team play Friday light The Castle Lanes finished their ·lassie team play with S,7:)0 for Malhius dcfi-atcd Bill Davis (i-L'.j^th spot in the pro standings. The [John F, Ivory Classic team of DC. jlroil. closed mil ils '.vlliiii lor llllh place. SPORTS Lakers, Celtics Open Playoffs Af Boston Today BOSTON (UPI) - The Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics went on national television launched best-of-sevcn bids for a National Basketball Association playoff championship. The Celtics have smashed most pro basketball title records established by the Minneapolis Lakers in the days of George Mikan and only the transferred Laker club stands in the path of an unprece^ dented fourth successive world crown for the Celtics. Boston qualified for the big final round by edging out the Philadelphia Warriors on a last second basket, 109-107, Thursday night, two days after Los Angeles completed demolition of the Detroit Pisotns to make the payoff series. The Celtics, lightly favored in the finals, had two important players on the doubtful injured list. Cornerman Frank Ramsey and guard Carl Braun both were sidelined and their status, at leasl for the opening game at Boston Garden today, was dubious best. The teams will meet here twice in 24 hours before flying to Los Angeles for the third and fourth games of the series Tuesday and Wednesday, nights. If needed, the fifth game will be in Boston, the sixth in Los Angeles, and the seventh in Boston, with dates yet to William E. Mettler, long associated in the bowling business, is the new general manager of Harbor Lanes. Mettler brings a varied and outstanding background in bowling to his new position at the modern 24-lanc bowling center. He began liis bowling career in San Diego in 3956, later was employed at the Sky Lane Bowl in Seattle. Mettler opened the Powell Lanes bowling center in Portland in 1958, and operated this 3G-lane bowling center until coming to Eureka. "Red Carpet" bowling service, Maitre de type of service to bowlers, had its home at the Powell Lanes during Mettler's management. One of the many highlights of Mettler's career occurred in February, 1962, when he was honored on the Bill Stern show as National Bowling Proprietor of the year. Mettler has an outstanding record as a bowler himself, winning the All Coast Singles in I960, with a 738 scries. Also in I960, he was Oregon Stale Elks singles champion with a 773 series and All Events champion with a 2045 score. Mettler also holds the be announced. The Celtics, headed by the NBA's most valuable player, center Bill Russell, faced something of an uphill climb against Los Angeles. The Lakers expected to have ace Elgin Baylor for the full final series. With Baylor in regular season play, the Lakers bea Boston three times in four games. Without Baylor, Los Angeles lost five in-a-row to the Celtics. California Youth Sets Swim Marks BARTLESV1LLE, Okla. (UPD- L speedy California school boy and three University of Indiana .swimmers held new Amreiean amateur records today with more marks expected to fall in the closing day of the national AAU in- loor meet. Roy Saari, 17, who became the fastest man to swim the metric mile Thursday night, won the 220 yard freestyle in 1:58.6 Friday night to become the first double champion of this year's meet. Prep Runner In Serious Shape LOS ANGELES U!'I -A teen- igc runner was listed in "very crilical" condition early today fol- owing his collapse Friday before lis scheduled -MO-yard race al a Ihigh school Irnck meet. New Harbor Lanes /Manager Is Named Southern California Elk's singles William Mclllcr In 1961, he was a member o Oregon's famed 11 Trovatorc team. Mettler resides with his wife Cora, at 2609 U Street, Eureka OAKLAWN SEASON ENDS HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (UPD- The 1962 Oaklawn Park season 1958 ends today with the 26th runnin; of the $25.000 added Arkansa: championship, with a 702 series.[Derby. Eight horses were entered Sophomores May Carry Boiox To Firs) Division SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (UPI) -Three talented sophomores plus a corps of established veterans may be just what the Boston Red Sox need this year to gain the first division. And they've got 'cm. The second year men, who stood up during a pressure-packed 1961 campaign, are right-handed lt pitcher Don Schwall, left fielder Carl Yastrzemski and second baseman Chuck Schilling. Working with this trio, which represents a bonus output of about S-100,000, are such steady veterans as third baseman Frank Malzone, shortstop Ed Bressoud and first baseman Pete Runnels. One big name is missing from manager Mike Higgins' roster -that of right fielder Jackie .Jensen, who twice led the American League in runs batted in then retired last winter for the umpteenth time. Now that it seems permanent, there is a t\vo way battle on between Lu Clinton and Carroll Hardy for his vacancy. Ted Williams laid down his mace for keeps after the I960 season, and now the Sox are strictly a new look outfit. The accent is on speed and defense, not their power of other years, Carl Finished Well The heir apparent to the slugging mantle worn for so many years by Williams is Yastrzem- ski. The Long Islander, who was fair game for sinker ball pitchers early last season, closed with a rush in Ihc final six weeks to post .2(Ti average. Schwall earned Ihc American League rookie of the year award n 1%1 while recording a 15-7 mark. Higgins places him wilh the veteran Bill Monbouquett (14-14) as a leader of the pitchinj staff. Schilling appears all se for another good year. The baby faced second baseman only wa charged with eight errors in 85 chances last year and is lookin forward to working around th middle bag with Bressoud. While Clinton and Hardy ar. struggling for the right field job Gary Geiger appears to be th center fielder. Although he skic. ded to .232 last year, Geiger stil led the Red Sox in homers wit 18. The key names on the hurlint staff include Schwall, Monbou quetlc, Tracy Stallard, Mike Fo nicies and Chct Nichols. Smith Retains State Crown LOS ANGELES ( U P I ) - Sal Francisco's C h a r l e y (Tiger Smith. 145, headed for home wilh his California welterweight till secure today after he slopped Or lando de la Fuenlc, HO, Friday night in the fifth round. Smith was ahead by a \vidi margin when referee Frankic Vai stopped the boul because of dangerous cut over De 1, Fucnte's left eye in Ihe fifth o Ihe scheduled 12-ronndcr at Olym pie Auditorium. The challenger was tagged will his first loss in nine professiona fighls. De la Fucnle of Los An geles. managed lo send Smilh li Ihe canvas in Ihc second round allliough he was knocked dnwi himself in Ihe Ihird, fourlh am liflh. Two Other Tourneys On April Slate The 1962 Humboldt County golf- ng season gets started in a big way this month with three tournaments at Eureka Municipal Golf . The annual Junior Chamber of Commerce Rhododendron Tournament April 29 features the scheduled play. Other tourneys this month are the Eureka Men's As- oeiation Friendship tournament April 15 and a Men's and Women's Association Scotch foursome affair April 22. The 72-hoIe Fourth Annual Hum- joldt County Men's Tournament vill be played May 26-27 and June 2-3 at Eureka and Bayside. The Rhododendron will be the irst of the "big" tournaments isld annually. It will be 18 holes of medal play, with prizes for low jross and net. A flight for golfers vithout handicaps will also be held. Anyone may enter the Rhododendron. Entry fee is $3 and includes the green fee. JC-Sponsored The Rhododendron tourney is sponsored by the Eureka JCs in conjunction with the Miss Eureka 'ageant. Proceeds go to plant ·hododendrons on the Eureka Municipal course. About 65 golfers entered the competition last year. Charles 'Chuck" Blackburn won on the sixth hole of a playoff against Eddie Kovacovich. Blackburn is now in Crescent City, but Eureka professional Carson Hollis expects him to defend his title. On April 15 the Friendship Tournament will be held for Eureka Men's Association members and their guests. Some 90 men took part in 1961. Prizes will be awarded to the [uests only. Divisions will be held [or those with established handicaps and those without. The men's and women's Scotch foursome conies April 22. It will be open to all association members. The 72-hoIe County Tournament has been set up on a new basis tliis year. Half will be played May 26-27 and the other 36 holes will be played June 2-3. The field will alternate from Eureka Municipal to Bayside. May Split Field The field will be split if enough enter. In 1961 some 120 men and 40 women competed. The women will play as scheduled on their regular ladies' days. The $5 entry fee includes all 72 holes .and practice rounds at each course. Prizes will be awarded for gross and net play. A seniors division will also be held, and a junior division will be held if the signup is large enough. Blackburn is defending champion of the County affair as well as the Southern Humboldt Invitational. Bisons Advance To Semi-Finals Of Hockey Play By United Press International The Buffalo Bisons have advanced to the semi-final round of the American Hockey League playoffs and will meet the winner of tonight's Providence-Hershey match in a best-of-five series. Buffalo had little trouble disposing of the Rochester Americans, rinning its second straight game in the best-of-three set, 5-1, Friday night. Five men shared the Bison scoring in the game at Rochester while the Americans couldn't tally until the final minute of play. The Bears and Reds arc tied in games, one each, and Hcrshey is favored to win the deciding game tonight on its own ice. The Springfield Indians and Cleveland Barons resume their bcst-of-sevcn semi-final series at Springfield tonight, the Barons holding a one game edge following their exciting triple overtime victory Wednesday. Best of Tlirec Scries W. I,. Ifershey ] ] Providence i j Best of Three Series W. 1.. x-Hnffalo 2 0 Rochester ' o 2 llosl nf Seven Serifs W. I,. Cleveland | n ipringficld n i x-Won series

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