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Giants Open Bid For National Loop Flag Tomorrow , _1_ _L -i, 4r Crocker -Anglo Team Takes First Round Lead In Humboldt Keg Tourney Larson-Know/es Duo Tops Doubles Play In Week-Long Event Crocker-Anglo of Eureka has taken a first round lead of 101 pins in team competition of the 18th Annual Humboldt Bowling Association Handicap Tournament. The Harbor Lanes team, competing at Arcata Bowl, rolled 3103. Reliable Hardware of Arcata placed second at 3002, and the rest of Ihe field was well below 3000. Pete Larson and C l a y t o n Knowles lead the .doubles events with a 1326 handicap total, while Frank Borges tops singles with 676. These events are held at EO Bowl. ALL-events leader is Art Woods with 1991, and Dick Wilson of Arcata has high game of 276-19-295. The Crocker-Anglo score of 3103 is 59 pins higher than the winning total posted in last year's tournament.. The top five doubles combinations are: Pete Larson and C l a y t o n Knowles, 1326. Joe Womble and Jim Godfrey, 1283. Dick Foster and Mel Natwick, 1270. Don Late and Woodrow Miller, 1261. Gino Panelli and Bob Colbert, 1252. The top 10 singles keglers include: Frank Borges, 676; Bill Boyd, 671; Glen Wasson, 669; Don Ralston, 669; Dan Rakestraw, 667; Jim Erhard, 664; Roy Hamilton, 662; Paul Dahl, 657; Curt Har- Slarling times for Tuesday's events follow: TUESDAY Team Events 6:45 -- E 0 Market, Beacom Construction, Brightwood Lumber, Doe Slayers, Hulchins Market, Moose Lodge, Ken Sells Diesel, White Grocery, Friday Niters, Bella Vista Inn, Forresters, Bri- eard's Mathews. 9:00 -- Lewis Brothers, Friendly Corners, Overhead Door, Eureka Fisheries Inc., Vance Log Cabin, Gil's. Kovacovich, Daily, Mulkey Barlow's Jewelry, vard, 656; and Elmer Larson, 656.Sylvester Barus. M a r i n e Manufacturer, Rendcz- ous. Doubles Singles 6:45 -- Les Medlock - Dennis Olek, Jack Young - Gary Turpin Mike Giacone - Frank Tassara, Conrad R. Linde - Bill Algess, Don Talley - Guffy Gustafson, Rusty Markstram - Tom Baker, Bob Seely - Hans Anderson, Ben Garrison - Jerry Reed, George Nickalou - J. B. Miller. 8:45 -- Fred Papini - Dick Wil son, Lee Giacomini - Harry De Groat, Roy Jackson - Bob Darling, Barney Hibbard - Gene Francis, Ray Melin - Jack Ab bolt, Frank Sallady - Glade Brooks, Adrian Sallady - Gene Tiller, John Sander - Jerry Peter sen, Gary Lozensky - Al Geller Tom Brown - Eugene Brown, De Free - Angelo Vanni, Gerry Holtz Molina-Lane Fight Tops Week's Slate NEW YORK (UPI) -- Unbeaten Luis Molina of San Jose Calif., will meet vetrean Kenny Lane of Muskegon, Mich., S a t - urday night in a nationally televised 10-round bout that features Uie week's light boxing schedule. It's a match between a young "comer 1 'and an old "trial horse' 'with Molina carrying a record ol 17. consecutive professional victories into the Civic Auditorium against a veteran of 82 pro bouts. Molina is rated the 2 to 1 favorite. ' Both the St. Nicholas Arena and Madison Square Garden in New York will be "dark" to boxing this week. The Molina-Lane bout will be televised over ABC beginning at 10 p.m., EST. Molina, who includes 13 knockouts in his 17 p r o wins since 1960, has beaten Baby Vasquez, Len Matthews and Manuel Gonzales this year. A member of the United Stales Olympic b o x i n g team in 1956, Molina also has beaten Cisco Andrade and Orlando Zulueta. Lane, 32, has been fighting professionally since 1953 and has a _cord of 69 victories, 11 losse. nd Iwo draws. He lost his las lout -- a 10-round decision to Ri] andali in Houston, Tex., Jan. 23 The week's schedule: Monday: Providence, R.I.--Pad Read vs. Tommy Haden. Tuesday: London--Brian Curvi! .. Guy Sumlin; John Caldwel i. Jose Lopez; Howard Winstone i Derry Treanor; Utica, NY..-- ose Torres vs. Jimmy Walkins acramenlo, Calif.--Arturo Vin ochea vs. Fernando Sola. Wednesday: Oakland, Calif.-- oque Maraville vs. Norman *tcher. T h u r s d a y: Philadelphia -George Benton vs. Rudolph Benl ockton, Calif.-Dommy Felicia s. Frankie Duarte. Friday: None. Saturday: San Jose, Calif--Lui olina vs. Kenny Lane; Lima eru--Mauor Mina vs. Von Clay Crusaders' Net Squads Romp Over South Fork St. Bernard's posted a 4-1 boys' division win and a 4-0 girls' division victory against the South Fork Cubs Saturday. The Crusaders also won the mixed doubles event. The results: Girls Louise Bonomini, SB, defeatec Winona Hensell 6-2, 6-2. Marilyn Donne, SB, defeated Maxine Bennelt, 6-2, 6-1. Joan Beck, SB, defeated Sue Lehman 6-1, 6-0. Jeannette Davy and Bonomini SB, defeated Hensell and Leh man, 6-4, 6-1. Boys . Dennis Oakes and Tom Camp bell, SB, defeated Jack Monschb and Eric Olsen. Oakes, SB, defeated Oscn Olsen 6-0, 6-0. Campbell, SB, defeated Dave Ek, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4. Monschke, SB, defeated Denni Guckcen 7-5, 1-6, 8-6. Marcia and Dennis Oakes, de feated Hensell and,Olsen 6-2, 6-0 40ERS AT SACRAMENTO SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -Th San Francisco Forty Nincrs an nounccd Sunday they will piny th Dallas Cowboys in an cxhlbllio National Football League game ' 'Sacramento on the night Sept. 1. Boxer Undergoes Second Operation For Brain Injury BLUEFIELD, W.Va. (UPI) -- unney Hunsaker was reporte a little bit better" today follow ng his second operation for rain injury he · suffered in eayyweight boxing match lat asl Friday nighl. Hunsaker was semi-consciou nd in crilical condition at Blue eld Sanitarium where he wa aken after he was knocked ou y Joe (Shotgun) Sheldon Cleveland with seven seconds re maiiiing in a 10-round bout a Beckley, W.Va. The 32-year-old former polic hief of Fayetteville, W.Va., un lerwent the second operation I elieve pressure on his brain Sun iiy nighl whn his condilion "d erioraled a liltle." Dr. Edward L. Gage, who als iperated on Hunsaker Frida light, said before Sunday night ipcration that Uie boxer appeare lo be slipping. Following the operation, howe :r, Gage said Hunsaker was 'litlle bil bellcr" and was "mo ng his hands and obeying con mands which he hadn't done a afternoon." Hunsnker's wife, Phyllis, to newsmen her husband said "h lo her when he emerged from I operating room and lhat s leaned over and kissed him. Gage said the boxer also cov repson to certain questions wh in n semi-conscious stale by mo Ing his hnnds. Mrs. Hunsaker, mother of t boxer's two children, said, hope they ban boxing. I'm agnii it nil the way." SPORTS UMUULDT STANDARD onday, April' 9, 1962, P. 13 Paul Pender Regains His World Title BOSTON (UPI)--Five years ago aul Pender was an ?87-a-week e department ladderman. Toly he was richer by $40,000 anc ood at the foot of a quarter illion dollar-rainbow. A small army of fight promot- s wasted no lime moving in on e 31-year-old Pender with pro jsals thai they arrange a title )ut wilh Gene Fullmer after aul regained his share of the iddleweight lille from Britain's erry Downes last Saturday night le inevitable match is needec clear a cloud of confusion un er which Pender is recognizec s world champion in New York assachuselts and Europe, whili ullmer is regarded as world lampion in the remaining 48 o le United States. Fullmer announced in Las egas, Nev., Sunday night that he ould welcome a fight wilh Pen er for Ihe undisputed crown. "We shouldn'l have too mud ouble getting togelher 01 :rms,". Fullmer said. "And boli ! us should make prelly gooc loney out of il." Downes was left holding a cu ose lhat has been almost ademark of his fistic career aft r his rubber match with Pender My perishing hooter," Terr alls it. It was roughly the same nos ender punched open for .itches in Iheir first meeting, an le same one Downes preserve i their London bout last Jul hen Pender suddenly "retired is tille share lo Downes afle ine punishing rounds. II was that nose that Pende sed as a target to gain a unan lous decision Saturday night 11 three officials and most ring ders and television viewers ap eared in agreement that the de sion was a fair one. Santa Clara Nine Grabs Three Wins By United Press International The college baseball fortunes o os Angeles States' powerful D bios have soared skyward t vershadow the slipping Univer ty of Southern California Tro ms, who have lost four of thei ist five games. The Angels won bolh games California Collegiate Athleti ssociation doubleheader from an Fernando Valley Stale, 9- nd 2-0, Salurday for ils lllh wi n a row. The Diablos hold a /er-all 22-3 record. The Trojans narrowly splil on-conference doublheader Salui ay againsl Long Beach Slale JSC won 3-2 and lost 7-3. In th ightcap. Long Beach picked u ix slraighl hits with two outs i le sixth inning lo walk awa ·ilh Ihe win. Loyola blew a 7-2 lead in Ih ourlh inning bul managed I lang on for a 11-10 viclory froi Is hosl, University of San Dieg Santa Clara's Broncos looke ike the classiesl oulfit in Nortl irn California after a weekend i inbroken conquest. The Broncs swept two Califo lia Intercollegiate Baseball Ass :iation lills Saturday from Sla ord, 4-3 and 9-7, and Ihen su ducd Iheir alumni Sunday, 7-5. Relief pitcher Dan Korbel g ml of a bases-loaded, no-outs ja n the second game Saturday. H orced the Indians' Rich Ferra zano to hit into a double pla ind (hen struck, oul Dan Conow. o preserve Ihe win. The double viclory gave San Clara a 4-2 CIBA mark. At Berkeley, California down UCLA, 4-3, in 12 innings, in t first of two. The second gam was called because of darknc with UCLA leading 6-1 after Ihr and a half innings. The game w be completed in Los Angel May 11. Fishing Is the chief industry Alaska. To Grapple In First Hall Of Main Event Juan Marichal Goes Against Milwaukee At Candlestick Park SAN FRANCISCO (UI'D--The San Francisco Giants, tabbed as * solid second place club by the UI'I baseball committee, launch an. other bid lo win the National League pennant when they open the season Tuesday against the Milwaukee Braves. Bridegroom Juan Marichal, 1310 last year, is scheduled to start against Milwaukee's great left- hander Warren Spahn with prospects bright for pleasant weather. Giants officials expect a sellout crowd of 42.000 to trek into gusty Candlestick Park where the notorious gales will be studle^ this year by an aerodynamics firm in an effort to make the playing conditions normal. Mayor George Christopher of San Francisco will be on hand lo Ihrow oul the first ball. The initial home stand will consist of only eight games but ticket manager Peter Hoffmann think that it may draw 200,000 specta tors. Full of Surprises This marks the Giants fifth season on the coast. And they lave specialized in pulling sur- rises since Horace Stoneham ook them out of New York at the end of the 1957 season. Experts regarded them as second division club in 1958 anc they finished third. They did again in 1959 after a late season fold that cost them the pennant In 1960, they were strong favor ites lo win il and limped home fifth. Last year they were back in third. According to UPI's board o baseball experts, the Giants wil inish second this year behind th ,os Angeles Dogers with Milwau Ray Stevens (left) and Joe Brunetti (right) will share the spotlight with midgets tomorrow night at Eureka's Municipal Auditorium. Stevens, weight 230 pounds, is U. S. heavyweight champion. Brunetli, Stevens Retains Crown, Wrestlers Here Tuesday weight 225, has wrestled here twice and is popular with local fans. They meet in the first match of the double main event climaxed by the midgets in a tag match. U. S. Heavyweight Wrestling hampion Ray Slevens, ' who leels Joe Brunelli in Eureka lo- norrow nighl, successfully de- nded his lille in Ihe S. F. Cow alace last Saturday evening here 13,920 fans who paid a tolal $43,794 to see the match. Stevens won over Wilbur Snyer when the latter was injured uring competilion for the second all. Snyder had won the first fall, ut later in the match missed a ying tackle and knocked him- elf out when he hit the ringposl. Olher wrestlers known here ap- eared on the same card. The apancse tag-learn of Kenji Shi- uya and Malsu Arakawa beat eo Nomellini and Bill Mobley. epper Gomez won from Larry lenning and Don Manoukian bcal ohnny Rebel. Slevens and Brunelti meet in a ne-hour match here tomorrow ight, best two out of three fall .eciding. It will be the first match f the double main evenl. Midgel wrestlers meet in the other hour match, best two out of three falls. Little Beaver and Lord Littlebrook will tangle with Fuzzy ^upid and Sky Low Low. Opening the show tomorrow night will be heavyweights Pepper Gomez and Red Baslien. ·!! will be a 30-minute, 1 fall match. Ticket Sale Reserved seats are now on sale at Hook Bullet, 333 F street. No phone calls are taken. General admission seats will go on sale tomorrow night at the auditorim box office al 6:30 o'clock. Children 12 and under are admitted for $1.00. Yankees, Dodgers Flag Favorites LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI)-The ddsmakcrs in this gambling city -and everyone else, for that mat- ;r--consider the New York Yan- ees a cinch to win the Amerian League pennant. The official belling line Sunday stablished the Yanks as 1-3 fa- oriles to win their third league ille in succession. However! in the National League he favored Los Angeles Dodgers are only 2-1 choices for the championship, while the San Francisco Jiants and Milwaukee Braves are ighl behind at 9-2. Longshot bettors could take a chance on the Washington Sena- ors who were rated an even 000-1 to win the American wcague. There also were several clubs at 500-1, the New York Mets, Houston Colt 45s and Philadelphia Phillies in the Nationa' League and the Kanass City Ath etics in the American loop. Detroit, at 6-1, was given the ,esl chance of overtaking New York in Ihe American, wilh Bal limore next at 10-1, followed bj the Chicago White Sox, 15-1; Jleveland, 20-1; Minnesota, 35-1; Boston, 150-1; and the Los An gclcs Angels at 200-1. In the National ,SI. Ixiuis wa: fourth choice al 6-1; lasl year'; champion Cincinnati next at 8-1 Pittsburgh 15-1; and (he Chicagi Cubs, 70-1. Indians Take 2-1 Lead In AHL Playoff Series By United Press International The Springfield Indians, playing cat and mouse with the Cleveland Barons, have laken a 2-1 lead in their American Hockey League semifinal playoff series. Trailing three different times i the contest, the Indians rallied to tie the score at 3-3 in the fina minute of regulation play Sunday night and then won the game, 4-3 on a goal by Dennis Olson at 7:44 f the first overtime period. The viclory at Cleveland also ivenged the Indians' opening game loss to Cleveland in (he iest-ofrseven sel when the Barons von in overtime by an identica -3 score. Springfield scored ils irst victory wilh a 3-1 decision m ils home ice Salurday. Hershey moved into a best-of ive semifinal series against Buf alo by edging the Providence leds, 3-2, Saturday night on an overtime goal by Cleland Morlsoi aflcr the Reds had scored twic n Ihe third period to force a extra session. Olson, who won the game fo Springfield Sunday night, als scored the Indians' first goa while Bob Kabel and Kent Dou;, as were the other Springfiel marksmen. It was Douglas' clutc goal on passes from Kabcl an Bill Sweeney lhal sent the gam into overtime. Cal Stearns, Ale Guidolin and Fred Glover score for Cleveland. Playoff standings: (Best of Seven Scries) W Springfield 2 Cleveland 1 (Ilcst of Five Series) W Buffalo 0 llcrshcy ' 0 Chicubs Win Cactus Crown, Cardinals Grapefruit Kings By United Press International The St. Louis Cardinals won the rapefruit League championship nd the Chicago. Cubs took the actus League 'title, but 5 will et you 10 neither wins the Na- onal League pennant. The Cardinals were the best in lorida this spring with an 18-8 ecord while Ihe Cubs rode herd Ihe caclus counlry with an 8-9 record. The UPI Board of xperts picked Ihe Cards to fin- h fourth and Uie Cubs lo wind ) sevenlh. The Cards rallied in the seventh ining in their windup game Sun- ay to gain a 3-3 standoff with le Philadelphia Phillies at At- inta, Ga. The game had to be ailed after 10 innings in order to ermit the teams to make plane onncctions. Four Cub Homers The Cubs, meanwhile, unloaded our home runs to accounl for all : their runs in an 8-7 win over Jie Boston Red Sox at Wichita. McKnight, K e n Hubbs, eorge Altman and Elder White it the Chicago homers. The Red ox finished with a 10-18 mark. The defending NL champion teds scored three runs in the inth inning lo beat Ihe Chicago Vhite Sox, 8-6, despite three hom- rs by Chicago's Bob Sadowski. he Reds finished with an 11-18 late while the While Sox were 7-11. The Houslon Colt 45s, who fin- shed second to the Cubs in Cnc- us League play, scored five runs the bottom of the eighth to dc eat the Los Angeles Angels. 8-4 il San Anlonio. The Colls had a urprising 17-11 record lliis spring The Angels were 16-13. milh. Winner --Umbrichl. Loser --Fowler. At Indianapolis. Ind. Cincinnati 004 000 out- 8 16 0 Chicago (A) 003 010 002- 6 12 Sisler, Ellis ( 4 ) , Ilillman (7) and Pavletich, Johnson (4). Ed wards (7). Score, Buzhnrdl (4) Baumann (7) and Lollar, Roscll . Winner --Hillman. iJiser Baumann .HR--Sadowski 3, Floyd Robinson. At San Anlonio, Tex. Los Agn. (A) 110 110 000- 4 13 Houston 000 120 05x- n 10 Donahue, Spring (6), Fowler (fl) and Rodgcrs, Sndowskl (6). Ci- colic, Borland (3), Slonc (5), Urn Al Jacksonville, Fla. linnesota lansas City 000 004 103-- 8 16 1 100 002 100-- 4 11 1 'ascual, Pleis (4), Moore (6), equi ( 7 ) , Bomkowski (8) and :atley. Walker, Wickersham (8), 'fisler (9) and Sullivan. Winner- 'leis. Loser -Walker. HR -Pow- r, Killebrew, Charles, Battey. At Atlanta, Ga. (10 Inns--called by agreement) 'hila. t. Louis 101 000 001 0- 3 5 1 000 COS 000 0-- 3 5 3 Short, Green (4), Keegan (6), 3aldschun (7), McLish (9) a n d lalrymple. Gibson, Toth (6), L. IcDaniel (8), Anderson (10) and liver, Schaffcr (8). HR--Minoso, ioyer. Al Wichita, Kansas :hicago (N) 000 003 005-- 8 8 3 Soslon 012 000 022-- 7 14 0 Curtis Ellsworlhr (6), Gerard 9) and Barragan, Taylor (6), 'hacker (9). Cisco, Wilson (6), llallard (8), Wills (9) and Paglia- oni. Winner --Ellsworth. Loser-- Vills. HR -- White, McKnight, Hubbs, Allman. Al Sail Lake Cily, Ulah (6'A Innings--rain) Cleveland 000 202 0- 4 3 1 San Fran. 100 003 x-- 4 6 1 Ramos, Edwards (4), Bell (6) ind Romano. Sanford, McCormicl 5), and Haller. HR--Green. Warriors In League Win Over Cubs Pitcher Jim Melhoff fashione four-hitter to boost the De Norle Warriors lo a 9-1 win ove he South Fork Cubs Saturday n H-DN play. Del Norte won the non-le; nightcap 6-4, despite Cub hurle )ick Vnlles' four-hitter. Del Norte posted two runs i each of the first, second, fift and seventh innings of the leagu jame. Gerald Bergquist, Chuck Beatt and Wes McNeil led the Warrior with doubles. Jim Maready col ected two singles and drove i: .hree of the runs. South Fork committed seven ei rors in the game. Melhoff walked five and struc out seven. Loser Curt Wood, shif ed from his shortstop post, wei the distance and walked non while fanning six. PLAYER-Nations ... Milter tersnul!! . leatty Maready .. Pinter Wlebke .... McNeil .... Melhoff ... TOTALS FIRST GAME DEL NORTE Pas. AB R H PO .. RF .. SS ..... SOUTH FORK Pos. AB R 11 14 PO kee coming in Ihird in Ihe expanded league. Despite a so-so spring campaign, manager Alvin Dark thinks he has the horses to get into the irld Series this time. For the positive thinkers, there i been the tremendous hitting outfielder Felipe AIou in Ihe clus circuil and a slimmer Ed ailey behind Ihe plate who has wed to atone for last year's ump. There also is the murder- Iwosome of Orlando Cepeda d Willie Mays. With eight more imcs to play in the expanded ague, Cepeda possibly could ake' a run on hitting 60 homers, could Mays. Orlando led the alional League in homers and ns balled in last year wilh 46 nd 142 respectively. There also Is the league's lop lief hurlcr in Stu Miller, whose afl-speed deliveries earned him 14-5 record in 1961 and an arned run average of 2 66. Patchy Pitching On the bleak side, there is the ame old pitching problem. Billy ierce, veteran southpaw who as obtained from the Chicago Mile Sox, has been well belted cactus competition. Lefty. Mike: IcCormick also has been slow citing started. Don Larsen, ac- uircd wilh Pierce, has been ffeclive. Second base also is a queslion lark. Charlie Hiller has been lagucd by errors and third base- lan Jim Davenport eventually light be sent over there. Milwaukee, which has been well eaten in the g . r a p e f r u i t loop, omes back with many of the old aces. There are Spahn and Lew Burdctte on Uie mound, plus Bob haw who was acquired from ·vansas City. He is best remem- ered as a star hurler with the \merican League champion Chiago While Sox of 1959. Ed Malhews is back al third ase for the Braves, Roy McMilan at shortstop, Frank Boiling at econd and mighty Joe Adcock at rst. Del Crandall is calching gain after missing almost all of ast year because of · shoulder rouble. And t h e r e is Henry \aron, one of the league's great Masters, holding down a new post n cenler field. Afler a three game series with Uie Braves, Ihe Gianls hosl Cin- :innali in another three then take in Los Angeles twice. They next ;o on a seven game road trip, eturning on April 27 lo play Chicago. The Gianls closed oul their ex- libition season Sunday with a -4 standoff wilh Cleveland at Salt Lake City. The game was :alled aflcr 6'A innings because if rain. Jack Sanford and Mike IcCormick shared pilching chores or the Giants. The tie l e f t San Francisco's spring training mark at an inauspicious 13-13-2, giving super- .lilious fans somelhing to think about. IB 4 o i 4 D . RF 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 14 8 At Long Beach, Calif. Milwaukee B 000 000 100- 1 4 0 LosAng.(N) B 010 000 llx- 3 3 1 Burdettc, Notlcbarl (7) a n d Crandall. Drysdale, Richer! (2), Roebuck (5), Smith (7), Willhitc 8) and Julian. Winner -- Smith, ^oscr --Noltcbart. At San Diego, Calif. Los Aug. ( N ) 110 000 001- 3 4 2 Milwaukee 000 103 lOx-- 5 6 2 Williams, Ortega ( 4 ) , Hunter (8) ind Roseboro, Cnmilli (7). Buhl, Ilcndley (41. Fischer (9) and Roof. tVinncr --Hendley. I-oscr-Orlcga. IIR-Joncs, Adcock. New York (N) vs. Ballimore at Portsmouth, Va., cancelled, rain. Detroit vs New York (A) al Richmond, Va., cancelled, rain. Mahcr Wood Cartwrlghl . :ombs Burgess ... Robertson . Mallo Branam ... ·Valles ... TOTALS U Summarv a--struck out for Branan In 7th DEL NORTE .. 320 130 3-t 11 S. FORK 000 010 0--1 4 RBI: Miller, Beatty, Maready (3), Nlel, Maher; 38: BerRqulsl, Beatly, M Nlel; LOB: ON (111, SF (31: SB: N tlons 31, Wlebke; DP: Mallo lo Mahl Miller to Wlebke: BB: Melhoff (I), Wr 01! SO: Melnolf 17), wood Kit Wl Melnoff; LP: Wood; U: Gray Grags er: Mendes; Alt.: SO; Time of Cam 3:15. PLAYER- Nations fiealty Dergqlilst ... Maready .... Pinter Rump McNeil Gatlin Oerryberry TOTALS SECOND GAME DEL NORTE Pos. AB R H LF RF . SS . 38 . C 3 0 3 0 4 17 I 4 11 5 SOUTH FORK . AB R H PO 3 1 0 0 . ID . C if 0 1 0 3 Robertson :ombs -Mallo . bricht (7), Ticfcnnucr (9) n n (1 Washington, cancelled, rain. Pittsburgh vs. Washington nt Valltt P TOTALS . I B I 0 1 CF . LF . RF 1 D D 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 3 1 1 0 4 31 4 t 11 » oo-i ( Summary DEL NORTE 042 SOUTH FORK 110 00--4 RBI: Natlonl, MCN«1I, Dorryberry ( Maner (1), CartwrHht (Hi SH: N»tl« CArtwrlghl; LOBi DN W, SP Ml)' s {Sf-') Miridy, Pinter (1) Rumpt Derryblrry (II, Villti 11)1 SOi Der berry (II, Vallni (lit HP: carlwrlght t Mallo by Derryberryj WPi Derryberryn.,,-,,. fin c f t LP, villen Tim. ol Oimti 1DO. [Williamson 6-0, 8-0. Mack High Net Squad Blanked McKinleyville H i g h 's tennis team dropped an 8-0 decision to Ihe Del Norle Warriors Saturday in matches in Crescent City. The Panthers' season record stands at 1-2 following the loss. Del Norle has won two straight events after losing to Eureka High. The results included: Mickey Miller, DN, defeated All- dyn Marty 6-0. 6-0. Chuck Rhodes, DN, defeated Robert Kedder, 6-1, 6-0. Steve Miller, DN, defeated Steve Koskclla 6-2, 6-0. Helen McNamara, DN, defeated Sue Johnson 6-0, 6-0. Jcnnivn Hardin. DN, defeated El.'iine Lonkcy 6-1, 6-0. Janet Hilfiker, DN, defeated Diannn Sorcnson 6-0, 6-4. McNamara and Hardin, DN, d«- fcatcd Elaine May and Saralyn Morgan 6-0, 6-1. Miller and Miller. DN, defeated ,loc Huffoid and Mike Freed. Rhodes and Rhodes, DN, defeated Kcddcr and Koskelln in a special match. Mickey Miller and McNamara, i . , , , . , . , . , ,, , DN, defeated Marty and Carolyn

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