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Eureka, California
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Monday, April 9, 1962
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Humboldt State Nine Gains FWC Split With San Francisco Lakers Dump Celtics To Deadlock Playoff Series BOSTON (UPD-The Los An-j gcles Lakers have a new profes-' are Ihe only leam ever to give; the Boston Celtics an opening--i and survive. The Lakers were leading by 24 points at one stage in Bosotnj Garden Sunday during the second: game of their best-of-seven Nat i o n a 1 Basketball Association championships with the Celtics.' But Uie Lakers let down just a and for a very short time. In a matter of minutes, the three- time champion Celtics had wiped l h a t 24-point deficit from the hoards and were on the verge of taking a second decision from the Lakers in 48 hours. Lakers Rally The rest is on the record. The Lakers rallied their stellar forces Portland Whips Spokane, 3-2 Portland and Edmonton, ran away with the marbles in the Western Hockey League regular season, were in front in the chase for the playoff title today. The Portland Buckaroos won their third straight over Spokane . Sunday nigh!, 3-2, and moved y°« cant wi'n without the basket within one game of eliminating the Comets in the best-four-of seven playoff for the Southern Division championship. The Com ets won the first two of the series The sixth game will be played Tuesday at Spokane, and 1 th seventh, il necessary, Friday al Spokane. Edmonton, meanwhile, has i 2-1 edge over Calgary which i 1 will try to increase tonight when the two teams clash at Calgary They are battling lor the North ern Div.'sion crown. Portland's Art Jones rapped in a 15-footcr at 12:12 of an over time period Sunday night to givi the Bucks then- victory margin The two learns played head-to head through the regulation threi periods, with each sexlet getting the Kentucky Derby May goals in stanzas. the first and seconc or a 10-point late game nd won a 129-122 v ictory push over sional basketball distinction. They tile Celtics. The Los Angeles vic- ory evened the series at one win ach since the Celtics had romped o a 122-108 victory in Salurday's devised opener. The Lakers hurriedly left Boson for a flying trip home and James No. 3 and 4 in the series Los Angeles Tuesday and Wednesday nights. The clubs re- urn here for game No. 5 on Saturday night. The sixth and sev- :nlh meetings, if necessary, will ie at Los Angeles April 16 and al Boston April 18. Los Angeles Coach Fred Schaus 'aused long enough to summarize he first two games of the series. 'We were just hitting today while ve didn't yesterday. On top oi lhat il was quite evident thai the Celtics were one tired team. Must He-bound "You sure can't give those Cel- ics an opening. They start to lul-rebound you and get those vv (, 0 quick shots as they did when they came back in the thirc Jeriod. "Our rebounding straighlenei us out. That and the fact thai you can't win without the basket :hey seemed tired. In this game ball and if you can't rebound, you can't get it." Schaus might have added tha his soldier-shooter, Elgin Baylor was red hot with 36 points, am that his other sparkplug, Jerr West, was even hotter with 4 points. Add 22 for Rudy La Russo 13 for Frank Seveley, and a doze for Johnny Krebs. and the Laker had enough lo win. Boston's bes was Tom Heinsohn at 27 point while Ihe "old pro" of the club playmaker Bob Cousy, had 23 t lie Bill Russell for runner-up Cel tic point honors. RIDAN DERBY FAVORITE AGUA CALIENTE, (Mexico)- IUPP--Ridan is a solid 3-1 favor ite in the Caliente future book fo 5 an Sir Gaylord is the 4-1 secom choice. K. B. McCarthy 4th 5th at A Sts. 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Los Angeles collected ils forces om various parts of Southern alifornia Sunday after winning ie game and losing another. Wilh the team split practically Bear Netfer May Be West's Best UCLA and Southern California, ) doubt, have the top tennis 'ams in the Big Five, but Bill oogs of California might be the utslanding individual collegiate layer in the West. When Hoogs upended UCLA's arry Nagler, 6-4, 6-4, Saturday . the Bruin courts it gave (iim sweep of his weekend feature latches. Friday, Hoogs, a senior I Cal, defealed USC's Bill Bond n straight sets in their feature ialch. Despite Hoogs' victory in single, ompetition, UCLA still swept by he Golden Bears, 6-3, in team coring for the defending Big Five hampions second straight confer nee victory. Bond, the lOlh ranking single ilayer in the nation, came back n Saturday lo dump Stanford': I'osh Minegishi, 6-3, 6-4, in thei ealure bailie and the Trojan Janked Stanford, 9-0. Southern Cal, like rival UCLA ilso has a 2-0 record in Big Fivi .lay. Other Saturday scores: Los Angeles State 9, Fresm ?late 0; Los Angeles State 9, Ca 'oly of San Luis Obispo 0; Sai Diego State 7, Long Beach Slat and San Diego Cily College 5 rullerlon JC 2. own the middle as fas as person- el went, the Dodger "A" lost to lilwaukce, 5-3, at San Diego, and ie Dodger "B"s defeated the iraves, 3-1 at Long Beach. The victory at San Diego was lilwaukee's first of the spring in our meetings against Ihe Dodg- rs. Not counting the Long Beach ;ame, Los Angeles closed out its xhibition season with a 17-win, 2-loss mark -- fourth best in the National League. Joe Adcock's three-ran homer iff losing pilcher Phil Orlega parked Ihe Braves to their win Before more than 9,000 fans at ian Diego's Westgate Park Again it was a case of a rookie pitcher failing to hold a lead. Fastballer Stan Williams pitchec three innings of hitless ball and eft with the Dodgers in front 2-0. But Mack Jones sliced a lome run over left field fence iff Ortega and Adcock's blast put klilwaukee ahead. All Ihe pilchers were sharp a 1 ong Beach, however, where five Dodger hurlers combined lo stop the Braves on four hits. Don Drysdale, rookie Pcle Hichert anc relief pitcher Ed Roebuck were the most impressive. Richert threw two perfect in nings and struck out three, while Drysdale and Roebuck each allowed but one hit. Bronco Varsity Edges Alumni 11 SANTA CLARA (UPI) -The' Santa Clara varsity football team T . defealed the Bronco Alumni, 6-0 Sunday on a 38-yard touchdown run around end by halfback Gene Ashlon. CHICAGO (UPI) -- An Amo S: Aolnzo Stagg scholarship fund i being crealed by the University o s Chicago to honor ils first footba' coach and athletic director wh celebrate his 100th birthda; in August. Crusaders Squeak Past Eureka Nine Eureka High pitcher Ron Har- Carl Del Grande singled with on mon hurled a two-hitter Saturday lUt lost a 4-3 decision lo Ihe de- ending champion SI. Bernard's 'rusaders. Two runs on Ihree errors in the sixth inning gave the Crusaders heir ICth straighl Humboldl-Dcl Norte win. Harmon pilched hilless ball af- er yielding a single and triple n Uie first inning. Eureka scored in the second ,nd seventh. But the last-inning rally fell one run short. St. Bernard's established a 2-0 ead in the top of the first inning. ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED 3 uf your car or iruck in good ; nds. Tell your Insurance bring H io us. Adjuster io bring We expertly repair ice, every model. car will look like new again every Your · WHEEL ALIGNMENT and · BALANCING Free Estimates use your Bankamericard DAYTON MURRAY BODY WORKS 8th Eurofcn Sh. HI 3-7039 out, Leon Flinchpaugh walkec and boUl scored on Paul Bareilles triple lo deep center field. From then on Harmon gave u iust one walk. Eureka posted a single run i he bottom of the second frame Consecutive singles by Gary Ba lew, Harmon and Lance Lawry loaded the bases, and Dan Ye der walked to drive in the run Then Mike Rezzonico tagged ly lo left field. Harmon near] scored on the atlempled sacrifice jul was cut off by Flinchpaugh' perfect throw to the plate. Three scoreless innings follov ed. Then the parochials tallie :wo more runs in the top of th sixth. Gary Owens reached first on :hrowing error to lead off the ra ly. Jim Bonomini's fly ball wa dropped and Owens scored, an Flinchpaugh's pop fly was als muffed as Bonomini crossed th plate. Eureka loaded the bases in th sixth inning on an error, a wal and a single by Harmon. But Crusader pitcher Tom Burger struck out the next batter on three pitches to stifle the rally. Burger walked the firsl three Eureka bailers in Ihe seventh. Logger shortstop Mark Melendy was thrown out attempting steal, however, so when Jim Pope ished a double down the right field line, only two runners were in scoring position. ST. BERNARD'S PLAYER-- POS. AS R H PO A Oweni JB 3 1 0 3 Del Grande ... CF 3 1 1 1 0 Flinchpaugh Bareilles .. Burger T. Allen B. Allen .... Ivanclch -TOTALS PLAYER-- Rczionlco . Scliraclcr .. a-Wolfl ... Pone b-Pcclcrton Johnien .. Ballcw .... c-Perrono . Harmon ... Lawry Melendy . . . Yeld«r d-Dlal LF . 31) 1 3 1 0 2 . . . . K 4 1 EUREKA Pos, AB R H C 4 0 1 5 I) 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 IB 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS »S 3 5 '1 ' Summary a--SlrlicK out (or Scnmdcr In tth b--Ran for Popo In 7lh c--went lo right Held In 71h d-WMkod (or Yelder In 7lh ST. BERNARD'S 5M Ml 0-4 1 EUREKA 010 000 1-J i ROli BareillOi (Hi Popo (!), L»w 7i Pope* 3B: Barellli*; LOB: SB (7 B (Dt DP; Flinchpaugh* B. Bonomlnli Owonl, T. Allen; BO: 111, Harmon (711 SOi Burger (7), Harm on (S); WPi Burger (3-D) LPi Harmon (1-31) Ui Wllbcr ft Boztollli seoreri f Ore»l All.i 1001 Tlm« ol Gamoi 1:40, S P O R T S HUMBOLDT STANDARD Monday, April 9, I9i2, P. 14 Standings Final Exhibition Baseball Standings By United Press International American League W L Pel. 'Jew York ' 17 10 .630 Chicago n 11 .607 Kansas City 16 11 .593 Los Angeles 16 13 .552 Vashington 12 10 .545 ialtimore 13 11 .542 Minnesota 12 13 .480 ioston 10 18 .357 Detroit 8 17 .320 Cleveland 9 20 .310 National League St. Louis 18 8 .692 Chicago 18 9 .667 Houston 17 11 .607 Los Angeles 17 12 .586 San Francisco 13 13 .500 Pittsburgh 9 11 .450 New York 12 15 .444 Cincinnati 11 18 .379 Milwaukee 10 17 .370 Philadelphia 7 14 .333 (Games involving "B" teams not included) Final 1861 Major League Baseball Standings By United Press International American League W. L. Pet. GB New York 109 53 673 ... Detroit 101 61 .623 8 Baltimore 95 67 .586 14 Chicago 86 76 .531 23 Cleveland 78 83 .484 30Vi Boston 76 86 .469 33 Minnesota 70 90 .438 38 Los Angeles 70 ol .435 38 Kansas City 61 100 .379 47% Washington 61 100 .379 4714 National League Cincinnati 93 61 .604 ... Los Angeles 89 65 .578 4 San Francisco 85 69 .552 8 Milwaukee 83 71 .539 10 St. Louis 80 74 .519 13 Pittsburgh 75 79 .487 18 Chicago 64 90 .416 29 Philadeplhia 47 107 .305 46 Trophies Go To Two Shooters In Pistol Meet Carl Christiansen of Arcata am Charles Goodale of Eureka won trophies in the First Annual Eureka Rifle and Pistol Club Matches, held at Spruce Point Sunday. Christiansen scored 847 points to win the 22 aggregate competition. Goodale shot 273 in centerfire matches. The trophy-winning scores were the outstanding performances o the matches. A total of 27 shooters competed despite rain. Christiansen, a member of the Eureka club, also won the National Rifle Association short course match. He outscorcd Thomas F. Pugh of Eureka, 282 by 3x, to 282 by 2x. Christiansen placed second in rapid fire with a 191. John M o r r i s of Klamath, a member of the Crescent City Pistol Club, placed second to Christiansen in aggregate scores wit 843. A. J. Soule of the Eureka club won the marksman class NRA short course shoot. John Spittler of Fortuna placet second to Goodale in the center i- fire match with 271. He also wo k the expert class NRA short cours i- shoot with 277. Jon McBride, shooting in th c sharpshooter class, won the rapi( '· (ire with 192 and the slow fire wit y 184. o David Patterson of Klaroath, c Crescent City member, shot il "possible" which is a perfec e score in a series of shots. ·j Hawks Nab Berth ° In Hockey Finals ? CHICAGO (UPI)-- The Chicag ° Black Hawks weren't lucky beat Montreal and they woi ! need luck to beat Toronto ai E retain hockey's most prized tr 0 phy, the Stanley Cup, Coach Hut o Pilous said today. J "It wasn't luck lhat beat 11 0 Canadicns," Pilous said, o "We're a boiler club. We be J them four straight and you don ' do that on luck." ° "This is a pretty handy hockc -j club. It's a hcallhy team, and beat Montreal with a team clfoi And that's what it'll have to b lo heat Toronto," he said. The Hawks paced one of spor greatest comebacks lo bump t i perennial hockey league chai ni pious Canadiens in four slralg " panics and advance lo the Slanle; n Cup finals for Ihc second slraig Snarski, N Lumber/ac In Second By DON 1 Standard Sp It look the senior with the "re e fleet feet to propel Humboldt S eslcrn Conference baseball trium talc at Arcata Saturday afternoon Righthander Al Snarski, Lum- erjack Twister par excellence, ransferred body motion io his urve and slider in dismantling ie Gators on a four-hitter over he nine · inning route. Beanie wearer Dave Minor stroked a two- agger to left center in the eighth nd tallied the winning marker on aptain Dennis Pontoni's slash- ng single to right center. In the seven-inning curtain rais- r it was southpaw Bill Flana- an's masterful three-hit job that ent Uie 'Jacks a-tumblin', 5J), nd set the stage for the stirring omeback in the longer tussle: As some 200 onlookers sat hud- led under a fog-shrouded sun, narski uncorked his finest mound performance of the infant cam- laign. He. struck out five, walked ust two and never allowed more lan one single in an inning. In ie ninth he received the benefit f a flashy double play to erase belated threat. Tough Opponent Snarski had to be "on" because i s mound opponent, Ted Christman, gave him opposition, firsl lass. The hard-throwing lefty vhiffed seven and doled out five afeties in absorbing the loss.' San Francisco broke the score- ess deadlock in Ihe fifth. Christman walked on five pitches, advanced on Ron Benevides' sacri- ice and raced home on Jim Cander's single to left center. Humboldt State knotted the ount in the same stanza. Oul- ielder Drew Roberts, who hac urned in a sensational running- oward-the-fence catch in the ourth, almost uncoupled Christman with a line shot. Chrislman managed to deflect the ball, but Roberts out-legged the throw, narski soloed to right and when le outfielder hobbled, Roberts ontinued on to third. Minor mnched out a squeeze bunt and he hatless Roberts roared home. That was the scoring until the Jacks iced .the game in the round single to the left side aught the flying Pontoni on the completely eliminated the ninth nning apprehension that occurrec ly scoring .more. Carl "Bobo" Carlson was cred ted with the fielding. gem of the day. The burly third sacker raced down Uie line and while skidding on his Gillette-massaged chin ilucked Benevides' bunted fly bal out of the air inches from the ground. Then he fired to firs laseman Joe Taylor to catch the unner, Christman, by the length of a politician's speech. First Game Things were much bumpier for he Lumberjacks and junior fire bailer Larry Taylor in (he firs Jame, however. The usually untouchable right hander encountered some cohtro rouble. In letting up in an effor to regain it he was tagged fo eight base knocks, all singles lowever, he still bettered Flana gan's strikeout performance -nine to seven. Unearned Tally San Francisco got the go-ahead and. what ultimately proved to be the only run needed in the seconc chapter. It was unearned. Bil Jaird reached first on a bobble advanced on a wild pitch anc spiked home plate on the catch er's overthrow at third base. Singles by J e r r y Goslanc Baird, Bill Moe and Benevides 3 us a Lumberjack boo-boo anc a stolen base put three mor markers on the board in th 'ourth. Third baseman Jim Candle linor Pace ks To Win Confesf ERBUSH orts Editor et beat" and the freshman with ale to a knuckle-bending, 2-1, Far ih over arch rival San Francisco balked up the fifth run in the ifth. He got -life when Joe Taylor ad the ball knocked out of his glove on an attempted tag at first rase. Candler pilfered second, moved to third on Bob Mansfield's ingle and scored oh an infield blow by Baird. BUNTS AND -BOBBLES: San i'rancisco's bench was really on he Lumberjacks during the ser- es. Typical comment: "You're ugly, pitcher. Your mother dresses you funny.". . .Plate umpire Eddie Baiocchi got rid of out- ielder Jerry Gosland in a hurry n the second game. The lantern- awed flychaser disputed a pitcl over Baiocchi's prescribed time imit and was thumbed out in the irst inning. The most violent pro- est came from the Gator's score- reeper -- Gosland's daddy. . . Several fielding gems were recorded during the 16 innings of action. Those by Roberts and Car] son have been mentioned previ ously. Minor made a diving catch of Flanagan's dying quail fly in short left in the eighth inning o the second game. Shortstop Tommy DiMercurio turned in three sensational stops deep in the hole and missed by scant inches o throwing out the runner on eac occasion. The plays drew prais from Humboldt Crabs shortsto Don Carter, quite a fancy Da with the glove himself. . .Gato Coach Tom Morgan had a scath ng remark for Baiocchi as h eft the field: "You called th ousiest game I've ever seen. Baiocchi reports he went horn that night and slept like baby. . . . FIRST GAME SAN FRANCISCO STATE PLAYER-- Pas. AB R H PO A E Alell . . 2B 4 0 0 1 0 Candler 38 4 0 0 0 4 Panella CF 4 0 1 2 0 Gosland RF 3 1 2 1 0 a-Mansfleld .... -- 1 1 0 0 0 b-Johnson .... RF 0 0 0 II 0 c-Jaramlllo .... -- 1 0 0 0 D Baird SS 3 2 2 1 0 Qllirlco LF 3 0 0 0 0 d-Colllns LF 0 0 0 0 0 Moe C 3 1 2 5 1 e-Servict c 0 0 0 2 0 Benevides IB 2 0 1 ! 0 TOTALS 30 i B 21 f HUMBOLDT STATE Pontoni CF 3 0 t 0 0 Taylor, J IB 3 0 1 4 0 DiMercurio .... SS 3 0 0 1 3 Snarski .... LF 3 D 1 0 0 Roberts RF 3 0 0 1 0 Siino c 3 0 0 10 1 Carlson 38 2 0 0 1 2 Ftekei JB 2 0 0 2 0 TOTALS 24 0 3 21 7 summary a-- Ran for Gosland In 4lh b-- went to right for Manslield in 5th c-- Struck oul for Johnson in ilh d-- Went to left lor Ouirico In 4lh e-- Went to catch lor Moe In 4lh S. F. STATE .... 010 310 0-S » 0 HSC 000 000 0-0 3 4 R B I : Baird, Moe, Flanagan, Benevide !B: Swanskl; SH: Baird; LOB: SFS (i HSC (3); SB: Candler, Baird, Flanagan BB- Taylor 1; SO: Taylor 191, Flanaga (7) ,- WP: Flanagan; LP: Taylor; U Papstein Baiocchi; Scorer: Terbus Alt.: ISO; Time of Game: 1:40. SECOND GAME SAN FRANCISCO STATE PLAYER-- Pos. AB R H PO A Alell 2B 4 0 0 4 1 Candler 3B 3. 0 1 0 2 Panella C F 4 0 1 2 0 Doslond RF. 0 0 0 0 0 Flanagan (i) RF Baird SS 4 0 1 1 1 Moe C 1 0 0 4 0 b-service c 2 0 0 1 0 Christman P 1 1 * ° 3 Beneyldos I B 1 0 0 7 0 TOTALS 2S 1 4 24 s ' HUMBOLDT STATE PLAYER-- POJ. AB R H PO A -f Pontoni CF 4 0 1 1 o Taylor, J 18 3 0 1 10 2 DiMercurio ... SS 3 0 1 0 2 Roberts".' RF 3 1 1 3 0 Snarski P 3 0 1 0 3 Carlson 3B i o o 1 l Minor LF 1 1 1 3 0 Feekes ;B 3 0 0 4 3 TOTALS 2S 2 in 11 Summary a--Struck out for Gosland in 1st b-- wen! to catch lor Moe In 5th sYV State .... 000 010 000-1 5 B HSC WO 010 Olx-2 4 2 RBI: Minor, Pontoni, candier; 2 Minor; LOB: SFS (4), HSC (3); S Alell Panella, Baird,- DP: Carlson, J Taylor; DiMercurio, Feekes, J. Taylo BB: Snarski (2); Christman (1); so Snarski (51, Christmas (11: WP: sn.rik LP: Chrislman; Us Baiocchi Papslel Scorer: Terbush. 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Last week San Jose Slate won ie relay and shaded the Indians nd Kansas. The day's lop individual per- ormer was UCLA's C. K. Yang, 'he Formosa Olympic star won ie 120-yard high hurdles, the 220- ow. hurdles, and the javelin. To op it off, he was second in the lole vault and third in the broat ump. Bill White of Stanford cracked lis school record in the pole vaull, learing 15 feet, ^ inch. His, anc tanford's previous record was 14 eet, nine inches. There were some surprises in ie Occidental-Southern California ual meet, except for the fina core. USC won its 103rd dua meet in a row, 78-53, over Ihe Tigers. Oxy's Steve Haas won both prints from USC's Bruce Munn, he first time he had beaten ,!unn. Troy's Jan Sikorsky hurled the javelin 250 f eet 5Vi inches, the est throw of his career and one of the best in the nation this year. Dallas Long of USC had his bes shot put of the season when he won Ihe event at 63 feet, 4 in ches. San Jose State's Jeff Fishback ireezed to the faslesl sleeple chase lirr)e of 1962 as Ihe Spar lans and Santa Clara Youth Vi age held an unscored dual mee at San Jose. Fishback was clocked in 9:03.9 In another blistering performanc lorace Whitehead of San J o s smashed a school record in th 5000-meter run, covering the dis tance in 15:05.5. Nevada ran away with a Far Western Conference meet at Ren Saturday. The Wolfpack had 13 points to University of Pacific' 20 and Oregon Tech's 13. Nevad freshman Ron Lee broke schoo Buddy Werner In Silver Belt Win SQUAW VALLEY, Calif. (UPI --Buddy Werner of the Universit of Colorado won the 20th annua Silver Belt ski race at Suga Bowl Sunday by edging defendin champion Chuck Ferries by t» seconds. Werner negotiated the mile anc a quarter, 50-gate course in 1:27. Ferries, of Denver University finished in 1:29.1. Tom Corcoran of La Canada Calif., was third in 1:29.4 'ollowed by Jim Addis .Universit of Utah, 1:31 and Jim Huega, Co orado U., 1:31.3. Jim Baker of Alpine Meadow won t h e men's veteran race i 1:39.2. gM@3|g883S! A f|f|||||i^f|5H ! BBSs i iiiiiSfiJ m · "hinclads leef Win nd stadium records when he urned in a 4:16.2 mile. Fresno State's Bill Knocke won he 440-yard dash in :48.9 and eammate Jerry Holland took the 80 in 1:54.9 as 'the Bulldogs won three-way California College thlelic Association meet from University of California at Santa arbara and Los Angeles Stale. Fresno scored 75, Los Angeles 1V4, and UCSB 35'A. Partial Lifting Of Shooting Bans Suggested SACRAMENTO (UPI)-A stale enalor has suggested lhal shooing bans be partially lifted on tale and federal waterfowl efuges. Sen. John F. McCarthy, R-San Rafael, said Saturday he -will ask be Senate Resources Commitlee o set up an eight-member commission to sludy whether refuges actually are serving the purposes or which they were established, or are functioning only to frustrate duck hunters. 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