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Favor Pendet In Tonights Middleweight Title Bout Palmer leads Masters Play By Two Strokes AUGUSTA, Ga. (UPI)-. Palmer;'who' can win''em coming from behind or in front, led: the Masters field ·two strokes'going into the found today and went put to. prove that playing golf still is his pti mary business. ' They've been saying, that his game has been suffering he has too many outside inter. ests, but Palffier denied he came here; declaring that the only thing on his mind was Masters arid "I'm here solely ·play"golf, nothing else." And. play it he did Friday wl he ; shot. a six under par 66 overtake · ' ' defending - champion Gary'-Player and forge'into the lead-will) a 36-hole total of 136, eight strokes- under par for holes over the testing 6,980-yard Masters course. . 'Begins Drive Early Noted for his come-from-behuid linishes.-Palmer appeared to starl his drive earlier than usual and only smiled when told that Player said he would rather be two strokes behind at this point than two strokes ahead. "That suits me fine," said Palmer. "I like it just where I am now." / He played so brilliantly in Friday's second round that Player could only shake his head. "Palmer is the most amazing golfer I have ever seen," said the little South African. "There is simply no heading him off--although the Lord knows I'm trying the best I can. But what is there to do? I'm hitting a three iron for my second shot when he's using a six." Although admitting he shot "as good golf yesterday as I possibly could," Palmer still complained that "I made a few mistakes." "I missed a shot at six and hit a bad seven iron at seven and I misjudged a nine iron shot to the ninth green," he pointed out. But he more than made up for those lapses as he carded eight birdies and two bogies on the fantastic round. Player Drops Back Player, who led Palmer by three strokes going into the second round, tried his best to stay in front, but his one under par ·Arnold 71, which included an eagle, just by wasn't' good enough. That gave running him.a total of 138, a stroke ahead by of U.S. Open champion Gene Lit- third tier. Four strokes behind Palmer came Gardner Dickinson with a second round 71 and a total of 141. At 142 were Dow Finsterwald, because with a second round 68; Julius Boros, with a 73 and Mike Sou- that when chak, with a 72. It took 149 or better to qualify 'he for the two final rounds today and 'o Sunday and among those eliminated were former U.S. Open cham- 'hen pions Tommy Bolt, Dick Mayer to and Ed Furgol; British Open champion Kel Nagle; Stan Leonard, Canada's leading pro golfer and Art Wall, the 1959 Masters 36 king. Young Jack Mcklaus, who with Doug Sanders were second choices to Palmer in the pre-tournament betting"just made it at 149. .; Sanders had 148. TAXI SERVICE Ready to answer your call immediately with Radio Deployed service to your door. HI 2-4551 (also for emergency)' ambulance service) YELLOW CAB Henderson Center Cob Co. Bears Shade Broncs, 3-2 By United Press International Front-running Southern California was the real winner as Ihe CIBA also rans cut each other up this weekend. Roger Hewitt singled with two down in the ninth inning Friday to give California (1-3) a 3-2 decision over Santa Clara (2-2). It was only the Broncs' second loss of Ihe year since Ihey are unbeaten in non-league action. UCLA (2-2) scored twice in the llth inning to defeat Stanford, 3-1, in a hectic thriller at Stanford. UCLA pitcher Tom Pederson tripled home diamond-grid flash Ezell Singleton, who had singled. Pederson then scored on a sacrifice fly. Stanford's record is 0-3. Doubleheaders today f o u n d Slanford at Santa Clara and UCLA at California. Southern California (5-0) has no league action this weekend. In other college diamond action Friday, Chico Slate and Ihe Cal Aggies split a twin bill as Chico States won, 5-3, and then lost, 7-0. San Jose' Stale moved oul in fronl of the West Coast Alhlelic Conference with a 5-1 record by two-timing St. Mary's. The Spartans won 8-2 behind Bill Dawson's three-hit hurling and then took a 9-4 slugfest. Fight Results DALLAS, Tex. -- Curtis Cokes, 147, Dallas, stopped Hilario Morales, 149, Mexico City (5). LOS ANGELES -- Charley (Tiger) Smith, 145, San Francisco, knocked out Orlando de la Fuente, 146, Los Angeles (5). BECKLEY, W. Va--Joe Sheldon, 192, Cleveland, knocked out Tunney Hunsaker, 200, Fayctte ville, W.Va. (10). 2nd st. Eureka's Cocktail Lounge with an Atmosphere Opan daily from 2p.m. Sunday* 11 a.m. for our jpscial G o l d e n F i n ·bnikful. 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In fact, the way Los Angeles s been fading in. the late tangs Manager Walt Alston must lieve he is having a nightmare. When the Dodgers blew a 6-1 argin and a later 8-G lead to ish in an 8-8 lie with San Fransco Friday, it marked Ihe fourth ,ie in the last six games Los ngelcs failed to retain early ads. The Giants, coming back for ve in the fourth inning and then aining a tie on Matty Alou's rich homer in the bottom of the ghth of the' shortened game, osed out their Arizona schedule th the conlest in Phoenix. The game was shortened so th clubs could catch planes, os Angeles to San Diego for lo- jht's game with the Milwaukee raves and San Francisco lo Sail ike Cily for a game with Clevend. Giving Alston a bit of en. couragement was the fact thai if Dodger starter Johnny Podres possibly the team's opening day litcher at Chavez Ravine, gave up only one run. However, when Podres left af- er three innings Ed Roebuck came in and promptly whacked on the knee by a blow rom the bat of San Francisco's Job Bowman. Roebuck, fighting lis way back from a 1961 arm in- ury, then got whacked some more for five earned runs -- in eluding Felipe Alou's three-run homer. Podres shocked just aboul everyone by hitting his first home run in professional baseball of Juan Marichal in the second with Daryl Spencer on base. After San Francisco lied the ;ame, Los Angeles jumped aheat t-6 on a double by Spencer Waury Wills' single, a hit bats man and Frank Howard's single :n the sixlh. Trap, Skeet Club Championships Scheduled Sunday An awards banquet at the Euka Inn Saturday and the annual - yard championships Sunday ill feature weekend activity for e Humboldt Trap and Skeet ub. Trophies from the club's league apshooting tournament will be vcn Saturday following a cock- il hour. Top award will go to Fritsch's alcons, who won the tourney, ·erall class crowns were won by oy Praeger (Class A, 290 oul of 00), Lawrence Bryanl (Class B, 0), and Jim Davis (Class C, 7). Luella Praeger fired 224 to win e high lady trophy, and Doris r emmer posted 198 for secont ace. The junior trophy will go to oger Sesna, who scored 259. Sunday's shoot will be PITA reg tered. Events include 100 16- ard targets, 50 handicap and 25 air of doubles, with four traps Eureka Jr. High Tracksters Win Eureka Junior High eighth grad r Don Merrill estabb'shed two school records while leading his squad to a 70-35 Irack and fieli win over Ihe Jacobs Junior High Trojans Friday. Jacobs won the sevcnlh gradi meet 48%-41%. Merrill ran t GfiO in 1:36.7 and leaped 18-8 !i in Ihe broad jump. Carlo Giovenetti of the Trojani set a school mark in the 120-yard low hurdles, clearing the barriers in :15.2. He also won the 330 in :40.2. Jacobs won the seventh gradi meel despite three first places by Eureka's Mike Bode. Bode won Jie 75-yard dash in :09.3, the pol vault at 7-6, and the shot put a 38-114. , Bob Wilson led Jacobs with a first in the low hurdles (:17.1) and a Ue for first in the 150-yan dash. VIE AT AQUEDUCT NEW YORK (UPI)--Donut Kin| and Jaipur, who split two memo ·able meetings as juveniles, wer slated to meet again today in th $50,000 added Gotham Stakes Aqueduct. "Hawaii Via Harbor Lanes" ADVERTISING CORRECTION Our ad which appeared In last Monday's Standard describing the 8-day trip to Hawaii by entering our Hawaiian Luau and Aloha Handicapped League contained an error. The 8-day trip should have read: HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY FOUR HARBOR LANES EurckVs country club of bowling and recreation 2136 Broadway HI 3-4533 SPORTS HVMBULDT STANOAUDSaturday, April 7, 1962, P. 9 Wynn Pitches Five Shutout Innings Against Cincinnati By FRED DOWN United Press4.ernatimnal Early Wynn is confident today iat he'll reach his goal of 300 fatinie victories -- and, as far the Chicago White Sox are oncerned, that means the New ork .Yankees don't look so tough fter all. Wynn, a 42-year old veteran of ; big league seasons who beeves young sluggers should be loosened up," is a key man in le White Sox' plan to rise into ennant contention this season. '.e was sidelined with a sore arm most of last season and wound up ·ith an 8-2 record. But Early continued his fine pring performances when he urned in five shutout innings Fri- ay in the White Sox' 8-4 victory ver the National League cham- ion Cincinnati Reds. Wynn, browing with his old speed and oosenscs, allowed only three sin- les and looked ready to take a egular turn on the mound for the ox. The tough native of Hartford, Ua., needs only eight victories to each 300 lifetime victories--a to al achieved last season by Mil vaukee's Warren Spahn bui vhich has been attained by only ix modern pitchers. Cards Boost Mark The St. Louis Cardinals, mean 'hile, raised their spring recon o 18-8 with a 5-2 win over the few York Mels. Gene Oliver's iree-run homer was the big blow or the Cardinals, who were held o one hit for the first five innings y Roger Craig and Bob Miller H o m e r s by Ernie Banks George Altman and Ron Santo laced the Chicago Cubs to a 5-1 lecision over the Boston Red Sox Don Cardwell, propping for his pening-day assignmnt, pitchd ix scorlcss innings for the Cubs. Spahn yielded three runs in ight innings as the Milwaukee Iraves downed the Cleveland In- lians, 4-3. Mack Jones, batting or Spahn in the top of the ninth rilled a two-run double that gave be Braves their ninth win in 16 ames this spring. Cleveland's ecord stands at 8-19. A's Nip Yankees John Wyatt pitched 8 1-3 innings if five-hit ball to lead the Kansas City A's to a 3-2 victory over the Angels Face Colls .45s Tonight SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPI) 'he Los Angeles Angels face tin louston Colt .45s tonight bol tered by a pair of fine pitching lerformances Friday against thi Texans thai allowed only one run n two games. As Ihe Angels ncared Ihe em I spring Iraining, pitchers Ken McBride and George Witt gave Angel Manager Bill Rigney plenty if reason to jump into league play vith confidence. In the first game played Friday at Forl Worth, McBride cam within one out of becoming th 'irst pilcher to go nine inning as he shut out the 45s, 1-0, o hree hits. Friday night at Dallas, Wit hurled the Angels to a 4-1 vie .ory to give them a 7-5 edge i Cactus League play. McBride bad a no-hitter goin until Hal Smith doubled with on lut in Ihe eighth. The righthande yielded a single one out later and gave up another single in th ninth before Rigney called Ton: Morgan to the mound. Morga finished the final frame wilhou trouble. The Angels collected only fou hits off Bob Bruce, who workc seven innings, and Tom Borland who worked one. Los Angelc scored their lone run in the fourt Lee Thomas double, Leo Wagner's fly lo deep center an Norm Lnrkcr's bobble on Bobb Rodgers' grounder. In the nightcap, Witt allowc four hits while fanning eight To ans to give the Angels a swcc for the day. Art Fowler pitcbc Ihe final two frames, giving u Iwo bits. Itigney was undecided on Dea Chance or Ho Bolinsky to start night's game. iw York Yankees. Mickey Man, rounding into form after ing sidelined with a cold, hac o hits for the Yankees but 25 me winner Whitey Ford workec ly four innings for the work ampions, indicating be is stili t ready for heavy duty. At St. Petersburg, Fla. Y. (N) 001 001 000-- 2 11 0 Louis 000 004 lOx-- 5 9 : Craig, Miller (3), Labine (7 d Cannizzaro. Simmons, Sadeck Anderson (9) and Oliver haffer (7). Winner -- Sadecki iser -- Miller. HR -- Oliver. At West Palm Beach, Fla. Y. (a) 000 101 000--2 5 ansas City 000 001 02x-- 3 10 Ford, Bouton (5) and Howard yatt, Wickersham (9) and Sul ·an. Winner -- Wyatt. Loser -- outon. HR -- Siebern. Al Miami, Fla. dianapolis (Amn Assn) 321 300 000- 9 16 allimore 000 000 001-- 1 4 Kreulzer, Worlhinglon (5) anc cNertney. Brown, Stock (5) ani riandos, Foiles (6). Winner Ke r. Loser -- Brown. HRs --Me ertney, Roig, Throneberry. At Fort Worth, Tex. (1st game, day) ouston 000 000 000- 0 3 A. (A) 000 100 OOx-- 1 4 Bruce, Borland (8) and Smith cBride, Morgan (9) and Rodg s. Winner -- McBride. Lose Bruce. Al Dallas, Tex. (2nd game, night) ouston 000 000 100-- 1 6 OS Ang. (A) 000 010 21x- 4 3 Farrell, Umbricht (7) am ampbell. Witt, Fowler (8) aw verill, Hodgers (8). Winner -- itt. Loser--Umbricht. At Portsmouth, Va. ashington 050 005 010--11 13 ttsburgh 123 010 101- 9 14 McClain, Green (5), Hannan (8 nd Retzer. Gibbon, Face (2) ivo (6), Lababe (9) and Bur ss, McFarlane (6). Winner -- recn. Loser -- Olivio. HRs irdon, Clemente 2, Tasby, Slu ·t. At El Paso, Tex. licago (N) 200 000 1:2-- 5 10 flston 000 000 010- 1 9 Cardwell, Warner (7) and Bar agan. Monbouquette, Forniele nd Pagliaroni. Winner -- Card ell. Loser -- Monbouquette Hs -- Altaian, Santo, Banks At Macon, Ga. hicago (A) 501 101 000- 8 12 ncinnali 200 000 002-- 4 10 Herbert, Wynn, Fisher and Lo Ellis, Miller, Henry and E( ards. Winner -- Wynn. Loser-Uis. At Tucson, Ariz, ilwaukee 000 020 002-- 4 7 eveland 020 000 010-- 3 7 Spahn, Rudolph (9), Fischer (S nd Uecker. Lalman, Funk (9 nd Romano. Winner -- Spahn oser -- Funk. Al Phoenix, Ariz. (8 innings called by mulua 'reement) . A. (N) 240 002 00-- 8 14 an Fran 100 500 02-- 8 12 Podres, Roebuck (4), L. Sherr i), Richert (8) and Roseboro amilli (5). Marichal, Duffalo (4 ilin (7) and Pignatano. HR -- airly, Podres, M. Alou. F. Alou Tabbed At 8-5 To Defeat Downes, Recapture Crown BOSTON (UPI)-The odds makers called on Paul Pcnder lo fight ils way back from earlier surrender by establishing him as an 8-5 avorilc to regain the world middleweight title tonight from British toxcr Terry Downes. Pcnder, who won a champion hip recognized in Massachusetts, Vcw York and Europe from the iging Sugar Ray Robinson, was ihoscn despite the fact that he ost the crown by "retiring" in avor of Downes after nine of 15 chcdulcd rounds In London lasl uly. The bout was regarded as the crucial first step in a drive to clear the confused middleweight itle question. The National Bos- ng Association, the recognizec luthority in 48 of the 50 Unitec States, considers Gene Fullmer ol West Jordan, Utah as king of the class. Though complex site and finan- worked out, the Downes-Pendcr PCL Briefs By United Press International DIAMOND CITY, Fla. (UPD- winner is expected lo meet Fullmer before the end of the year in what could well be a million dol- ar gate attraction. Tonight's nationally televised 15- round bout at Boston Garden was ;he third meeting between Downes 25, and Fender, 31. Fender won icre last year when Downes suffered a nose cut so severe it needed 14 stitches to close. The title changed hands nearly nine months ago and the rematch re quired by contract between the pair was thrice delayed, twice be cause of illness and injury to Downes. In a series of precautionary eial arrangements must still be moves, the Massachusetts Boxing - · Commission sought to avoid repetition of the recent fatal ring ac cident involving Benny Paret. The commission required boll boxers to undergo extensive brain and heart tests, and advised a' licensed referees in the state le adhere strictly to rules regardinj Seattle won its eighth game in 10 the protection of injured fighters exhibition starts by dumping Col umbus of the Inlernationa League in a free-swinging 10-6 battle Friday. Curt Jenson homered and sin gled for the Rainiers while team mate Ted Schreiber contributed three hits. Both teams had 13 safeties with Seattle walks spelling the difference. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (UPI) --The Portland Beavers collected only four hits as Toronto breezed to a 5-2 vicotry Friday. Portland's spring record is still a solid 8-5, however. Bill Kern hit a pair of doubles for the losers. Bob Giggle worked seven innings and gave up only Insurance team. The commission also orderei the mandatory eight-count rule usually waived for championshi] fights, to remain in effect for tin. bout but that the Ihree-knowndown rule, under which a fighter lose decked Ihrice in the same round, would not be observed. Eureka Bowlers Get 299 Games Eureka bowlers Ben Garrison Jr. and Jim Henderson rollec lack-to-back 299 games at Euro a Bowl Thursday night while competing for the Waller Warren six hils, but Toronto power and Portland errors combined lo doom Ihe Beavers. Portland shipped second baseman Charlie Shoemaker down lo Albuquerque of the Texas League. CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (UPD- Each Ihrew 11 straight strike while performing in the no. 1 am 2 spots on the team. Garrison left a five pin on hi: 12th ball of his game, while Hen derson left a 10 pin. The scoring shattered the leagui and Eureka Bowl team record Ron Herbel, making his first ap- warren's Insurance turned in an 1186 total on tile last game of id scries, largely on the strength o the 598 rolled by Garrison ant since being shipped down by the San Francisco Giants, pitched seven strong innings Friday as Tacoma defaeled San Antonio, 9-2. Herbel, 16-5 for last year's PCL champs, allowed only six singles and one earned run. Relief hurl- Dick Sovde blanked Ihe Texans for the final two frames to run his string of shutout innings lo 11. Rookie infielder Damaso Blan. co drove in three runs with two singles. Ron Phifer also batted in three with Iwo singles. TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) --San Diego nipped Buffalo, 7-6, in the 12th inning Friday on consecutive singles by Ron Samford, Marv Schullz and Pedro Martinez. George McWilliams, the third Padre pitcher, gained the win. Jim Maloney, fighting for another chance with the Cincinnati Reds, looked sharp in working the first 51-3 innings. He fanned six and yielded one run. The Padres announced that infielder Tony Asaro was sold lo Syracuse of Ihe International League and Frank Obregon, another infielder, optioned to the same club. Henderson. Garrison's 740 series included a 195 and a 246 as well as the 299 Henderson had 156-179-299-634. Nomellini Signs 13th Contract SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -Leo omellini, ageless defensive tack- with tlie San Francisco Forty iners, came to terms today for i 13th season. "The Lion." who will be 38 to me. said that he hoped to break le National Football League record of 157 consecutive games, ot counting exhibitions and play- 'fs, which is held by Emlen Tunell. The latter, formerly of the ew York Giants and Green Bay ackers, recently announced his etirement. YQURM0WIH6 i TROTHS AWAY! Dual-Purpose Grass-Catcher Model 21'cut, $97.95 Why struggle with a balky mower when it's worth big money on a new lightweight, easy-handling LAWN-BOY. Trade now and enjoy easier mowing for seasons to come. 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