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HSC Tracksters Host Chico In Duai Meet Tonight Forfi/na T In Triangi All three Fortuna High track and field teams scored at least 90 points en route to a three- division sweep against South Fork. McKinleyville, St. Bernard's and Fort Bragg Saturday. Eight of the season's best times and distances were bettered and four others were equalled. St. Bernard's Jim Brown emerged as the H-DN league's fastest man by clipping off a :10.2 century and a :22.G furlong. Fortuna shot put star Dave Sin- jem established a school record Fortuna In League Win Over Hoopa Fortuna High's baseballers captured a 3-1 Humboldt-Del Norle victory over the Hoopa Warriors Saturday despite a two-hit pitching performance by Warrior hurler Frank Trimble. Fortuna m o u n d s m a n P a t O'Brien countered with a three- hitter, Hoopa WOR the non-league nightcap 8-0 on Zane Grant's one- hitter. O'Brien didn't issue a walk and struck out 14 Hoopa batters. Trimble walked one and fanned six. The Huskies "scored two of the runs in their first time at bat. Marvin Stone led off with a single, and a hit batter and a wild pitch followed. A fielding error and two overthrows produced the two runs. In the bottom of the third inning. Stone led off with a double, advanced on a ground out and scored on a wild pitch. Hoopa averted a shutout in the top of the seventh. Trimble singled with two out, stole second and came in on Ben Branham's single. HOOPA HIGH PLAYER-- PCS. AB R H PO A E Roberts SS 3 0 0 1 5 ! Allen 7B 3 0 0 0 1 0 Johnson CF 3 o 0 - 1 o 0 Trimble P 3 1 2 0 2 o Branham 1 3 0 1 7 0 0 Singleton LF 3 0 0 1 0 0 Wagner C 2 0 0 7 1 0 May LF 1 0 0 0 D 0 Marshall 3B 2 o o 1 l 1 TOTALS 14 1 3 18 7 3 FORTUNA H I G H PLAYER-- PCS. AB R H PO A E stone 2B 3 2 2 o o i H y m a n CF 3 0 0 0 0 0 Murphy I B I 1 0 5 0 0 Granger RF 3 0 0 0 0 1 Barsanll C 3 0 0 14 0 0 Travis LF 3 0 0 0 0 0 Ferguson 3B l o o l o o Isenhart SS 2 0 o 1 2 0 OBrien P 2 0 o o 4 o TOTALS n 3 2 11 I 2 Summary HOOPA MO 000 1-1 3 3 FORTUNA 201 000 X-- 3 2 2 R B I : Brananam; IB: Stone; LOB: F (1), H (2); SB: Trimble; BB: Trimble t l ) OBrien; SO: O'Brien (14), Trimble (£); HP: Murphy by Trimble; WP; O'Brien (2-3); LP: Trimble ]-!); U: Taylor Orr; Scorer: O'Dell; Time of Game 1:30. SECOND GAME HOOPA H I G H PLAYER- Pos. AB R H PO A E Roberts SS 3 0 1 1 0 1 Allen IB 3 1 1 3 2 1 Johnson CF 3 2 2 2 1 l Trimble RF o l o l 0 o Branham IB 3 2 1 1 D 0 West c l 1 0 3 0 1 Singleton .LF 3 0 0 3 0 0 Marshall 38 3 1 1 0 0 0 Grant p 3 0 1 0 0 0 TOTALS 22 S 7 15 3 4 FORTUNA H I G H PLAYER-- Pos. AB R H PO A E Stone 2B 2 0 0 0 3 0 Isenhart ...... SS 2 0 0 2 1 1 e-Roland _ j o 0 0 0 0 Barsanti 2B 3 0 o 7 1 o Granger LF I 0 0 o o 0 c-Gates LF 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hyman CF 2 0 0 1 1 0 b-Bellum SS 0 0 0 0 1 0 Ferguson 3B 1 0 0 l 3 0 Lake .... LF 2 0 0 0 0 1 Elgcc c 2 o o 3 l l McCarthy I p 1 0 0 0 0 0 a-Franklin P 0 0 0 1 0 2 d-Rcid -- 1 0 .1 0 0 0 TOTALS 19 0 1 IS 11 5 Summary a-- Replaced McCarthy to pof 4th b-- Replaced Hyman top of 5th c-- Replaced Granger top of 5th d-- Singled lor Franklin bottom of 5th e-- Struck out (or Isenhart boltom of 5th HOOPA °" "-« ' 4 FORTUNA MO 00-0 1 5 RBI: Johnson (1), Marshall (2), Gran (2), Branham, Granger; 2B: Marshall LOB- F (4), H (3); SB: Barsanta, Allen LOB- F (4), H (3); SB: Barsanti, Ollen Grant (2), McCarthy (2), Franklin (3) SO: Grant (3), Franklin (2); WP: Gran (2-0); LP: McCarthy (0-1); U: Orr Taylor; Scorer: O'Dell; Alt.: SO; Tim of Game: 1:10. racfcsfers ilar Win and a season's top mark by push- ng the 12-pound shot 48-1.0. Husky Tom Murphy ran the low mrdles in :21.9 in his first attempt at the race since his sophomore year. Fort Bragg's Hershell Beahm won the 120-yard high hurdles, the high jump and the pole vault. Fortuna's Gary Viggers stepped off the B division 75-yard dash in 08.6, tying the best of the year, le also won the 660. Husky George Cook won the 150-yard dash in a season's best, of :15.8, and teammate Chuck Anderson tied the best of the year in the low hurdles with a 14.5 performance. Husky Harvey Holt put the 10- pound shot 42-10% to top the previous farthest distance this season. McKinleyville's Gary Page set a new season high in the C division shot put with a 42-V/i eE- fort. South Fork's Ron Smith leaped 18-Vi in the broad jump for a surprise first and another top mark. Fortuna freshman Girard Volpi equalled his own best oE :15.l in he 120-yard low hurdles. Mack High's Jim GuVet and Fortuna's Bill Baldwin tied in a windblown :08.6 sprint, "A" DIVISION 100 YD. DASH-- Brown, STB; Carter. MAC; Wright, FO; Daniels, MAC; Clan- nini, SB -- :lo.3"« 220 YD. DASH-- Brown, STB; Stevens, STB; Partridge, FO; Hobbs, FO; Rben- nett, MAC -- :22.6* 440 YD. RUN-Cartcr, MAC; Kline, STB Woodcox, FO) Kemp, ,FO; Daniels, MAC "~880 YD. RUN-^Hobbs, FO; Chandler, SF; Stevens, STBJ Oliveria, U., FO; Molloy, STB -- 2:11.9 MILE R U N -- Melville, FB; Oliveria, C., FG; Slrating, MAC; Matson, MAC; Roberts, FO -- 4:52.6 860 RELAY-- Kaskl, Hobbs, Wright, Konnersman, FO; STB; MAC; FB-- 1:39.4 180 YD. L. H.-- Murphy, FO; Paoti, FB; Tie: Kaskt, FO and Konnersman/ FO; Jensen, FB -- :71.?' 120 YD. H. H.-- BeannVFB) Kaskl. FO; Rye, FO; MAC-- :17.0 FIELD EVENTS SHOT PUT-- Sin|em, FO; Carnegie, FO; Paoli, FB; Hancock, FO; Glannlnl, STB -- 48' 10"* HIGH JUMP-- Beahm, FB; Anderson, FO -- S' 7" BROAD JUMP-- Stevens, SB; Kaskl, FO; Oliveria, FO; Jensen, FB; Ginnnint SB -- If 4" POLE VAULT-- Beahm, FB; Rye, FOj Mellville, FB; Woodcock, FB; Hooven, MAC -- 11" TOTAL POINTS TEAM STANDINGS-Fortuna (FO), ?1f Fort Bragg (FB), 48; St, Bernard's (STB), 4*; McKinleyville (MAC), 28; South Fork (SF), 5. "B" DIVISION TRACK EVENTS 75 YD. DASH-- Viggers, FO; Westbrook, FO; Cloney, STB; Bert!, FO; Forrester, FB -- :l.7« 150 YD. DASH-- Cook, FO; BertI, FO; Forrester, FB; Cloney, STB; Houpt, MAC 330 YD. R U N -- Christiansen, STB; Carter, SF; Gundlach, FO; Phillips, FO; Piatorsi, STB -- :41.3 4iO YD. RUN-- Viggers, FO; Tie: Dimmick, MAC and Worswlck, FO; Holmes, FB; DaviS, STB -- 1:34.5 1330 YD. R U N -- Morgan, FO; Keenan, STB; Sousa, FB; Balrd, FO; Matson, FO 440 RELAY-- Berti, Cook, Westbrook, Anderson, FO; STB; FB; MAC -- :4I.4 110 YD. L. H.-- Anderson, FO; Peterson, FB; Westbrook, FO; Barnetl, SF; Biondlnl, MAC -- :14.S« 70 YD H H.-- Biondini, MAC; Peter- ion, FB; Anderson, FO; Barnett, SF; Carter, SF -- :10.2 FIELD EVENTS SHOT PUT-- Holt, FO; Cole, MAC; Moore, FO; Sarvlnskl, FO; Marks, MACH I G H JUMP-- Ambrosinl, FO; Floersch, STB; Niles, FO; Togal, FB; Emrick, SF 51 3" BROAD -JUMP-- Bellman, SF; Tie: Gundlach, FO and Peterson, FB; Ware, FB; Cloney, STB -- 17- iva" POLE VAULT-- Ambroslni, FO: Viggers,, FO; Anderson, FO; Floerach, STB; TOTAL POINTS 4 TEAM STANDINGS- Fortuna (FO), 10B; St. Bernard's (STB), 31; Forl Bragg (FB), 18; McKinleyville (MAC), 11; South Fork (SF), 1». """* "C" DIVISION TRACK EVENTS 75 YD. DASH-- Tie: Gullet, MAC; Baldwin, FO; Smith, SF; Volpl, FO; Waterson, FO -- :8.S** ISO YD DASH-- Baldwin, FO; Smith, SF; Page, MAC; Waterson, FO; Crlvello, STB -- :17.0 330 YD. R U N -- Gullet, MAC; Vernon, SF; Williams, MAC; Mosses, FO; Van Meter, SF -- :43.5 440 YD. R U N -- Bruga, SF; Struss, FO; Parkinson, SF; Falgot, FO; Johnston, F 132~0~ YD/RUN-Katrl, STB; Vigil, SF; Nelson, FO; Eastham, MAC; Wells, FO _ 3-40 t 440 RELAY-- Volpl, FO; Smith, MAC; Baldwin, FO; MAC; SF; SB -- :S0.8 120-- L. H.-- VOlpl, FO; Smith, MAC; Katrl, STB; Grundman, ST8; Clement, FO -- :15.1** FIELD EVENTS SHOT PUT-- Page, MAC; Minor, SF; Schleberl, 5T8; Pedraninl, STB -- H I G H JUMP-- Schmidt, FO; Wells, FO; Hartman, SF; Gullet, MAC - 4' 10" B ROAD J UMP-- Smith, 5F; MOEIfiS, FO; Hanrahan, STB) Volp, FO; Western, FO -- 18' W» · POLE VAULT-- Tie: Baldwin, FO and Western, FO; Mendes, FO; Gruenes, SF; Page, MCK -- 8' 9" TOTAL POINTS TEAM STANDWGS- Fortuna (FO), «'A; South Fork (SF), 49; McKlnleyvillc (MCK), 42'/i; St. Bernard's (STB), 22. ·'--Equals Season's Best. LOWEST PRICED -gf £M - " §n ^^ ^ r ^^!^^^^^e^^SK^^-^»^, FUll SIZE 4 : WHEEL DRIVE PICK-DP"fHDCK! Come in and gel our deal before you buy. We have the 4-whcel drive full size pick-up that's priced lowest and docs the biggest joh! Carries a one ton payload through mud, sand or marsh. Stays on the job years . w m-nom _* loncer! And, like all 'Jeep 1 vehicles, has been use tested B§lfH« 8 nd abuse tested. Test-drive tbe'Jttp 1 Pick-up Tins* toiliy!^pVKJ» Tuno-ln MAVERICK Sunday Evening 6:30 P.M. Bernie Anderson 4lh D Shoots Eureka lumbsrjac Good Cha Capture F Hiimboldt State's track and fie s best chance so far for a victo ildcats tonight at Redwood Bowl The under-the-lights meet will art at 7:30 o'clock. Humboldt State is out to snap four-meet · losing mark. The acks and other thinclad squads ere swamped for three straight eeks by the University of Neva- a, and last week HSC lost at the al-Ore Belays. Earlier in the season Nevada ored 117 points to Humboldt's and Chico State's 28. Last week the Wildcats 1 rolled » first places in 13 out of 15 vents against the Cal Aggies, rico's overall season record is 2 t Coach Willie Simmons' .'Cats are reportedly in a "building" ason, but feature several top erformers. D o u b l e winners jainst the Cal Aggies were Joe ook in the 100 and 220, and Dave Sngman in the high and low hur- es. Cook turned in times of :10.4 nd :22.2. Engman's clockings ere :16.'3 in the 120-yard highs nd :25.2 in the 220-yard lows'. Other Wildcat winners were Bill orris in the 440 (:50.6), Don mith in the 880. (2:00), Bill Schip- er in the mile (4:31.5), Don Davs in the two mile (10:15.6), Keith alkins in the broad jump (20- Arcata Nine Tramples Mack High Fifteen strikeouts by pitcher om Thomsen and a ID-hit at- ck gave the Arcata Tigers a -2 league victory over the McKinleyville Black Panthers Satur- ay. The Tigers scored in every nn- g but the seventh. McKinley- lle committed eight errors. Arcata grabbed a 3-0 lead in IB top of the first inning. on Jon urgess' single and Mike Thurer's single. In the second inning ic Tigers tallied two more on a t batter, a wild pitch, Thorn- en's line drive single and Buress' single to left. Bill Wilkinson's two-run homer o deep centerfield featured three ger runs in the sixth inning. McKinleyville's initial run came the fourth inning. Bob Moulton ipled and scored on a wild pitch. ARCATA LAYER-- Pos. AB R H PO E ilkensen CF 4 3 1 1 0 ·Abbey CF o o o o 0 lomsen p 3 3 l o iL-gass, Jon .. 3B 4 2 2 0 Audford . SS 4 1 2 0 urgess. Jay .. LF 4 o o 0 Toste LF 0 0 0 0 'hurtaer IB 2 1 1 3 Camperman .. LF 3 0 0 1 Handley .... RF 1 o 0 0 more 2B 3 3 3 1 ·Hunt 3B 0 0 0 0 ectol C 3 0 1 IT Seaman c I I o 4 TOTALS 32 14 10 21 2 . MCKINLEYVILLE LAYER-- Pos. AB R H PO E : ree 2B 2 0 0 2 .ong SS 4 0 0 1 vermo» LF 3 0 0 1 orson P 3 o l o Semore, Ton/ P 1 1 1 0 oulton ,. CF 3 1 1 0 enman C 3 0 0 l Semore, Terry C 1 0 0 0 attila IB 2 0 0 10 week 3B 2 8 1 B ratt RF 3 D J 1 TOTALS 27 2 ( 21 11 Summary a-- Replaced Carson in ith b-- Replaced Kamperman in ifh c-- Replaced Pectol In ith d-- Replaced Wltkenson in 7th f-- Replaced Semore In 7th g-- Replaced Oenman In 7th RCATA 312 133 0--14 10 MCKINLEYVILLE . MO 100 1--2 RBkWilkinson (2), Jon Burgesi, Peclo 7). Tony Semore, Thomson, Mudtorc emore, Prult; IB; Jon Burgess, Mud ord, Semore; 3B: Moulon; HR: Toney emore, Wilkinson; LOB: M (T), A (t) B: Pectol; DP: Free to Mattita (M) 18: Corson (7), Semore (2), Thomse 5; SO Corson (4), Semore (1). Thomse 5); HP: Wilkint by Corson; WP homsen; LP: Carson; U; Marvel an Duccl; Scorer: Hadley; Alt.; 50 ime of Game: 2:10. :ks Given nee To inf Win Id squad .will be presented with ry when it hosts the Chico Stale 114), Denny Varley in the high ump (6-1), Rich Millis in the avelin (189-7), and Larry Craword in the shot put (47-6 %). Ron Remington and Ron Pendleton lead the .Humboldt State sprint entry. Jim Reams will dou- ile in the 220 and 440. Freshmen Charles Ehlers will be the HSC hope in the halfmile, vhile Dale Potts makes his first ry in the low hurdles. Steve Runyan and Jim Mangan are coach Bob Doornink's top dis- ance entries. The field events are expected o provide the bulk of Humboldt's points. Top Lumberjacks there include Gordon Bobell and Chris Carr in the discus, Bobell and Dennis Bolsinger in the shot put, Lewis Edson in the pole vault, Bill Crichton in the high jump, Tom Farmer and Edson in the jroad jump, and Frank Maltaglia- i and Jim Barker 'in the javelin. Wildcats Nip 'Jacks In Swim Meet Chico State relay swimmers Bruce Cook, Mike Newman, John Dilke and Dan Davis won the 400- yard freestyle event and gave the Wildcats a 52-43 win .over Humboldt State Saturday in the Lumberjack pool. The foursome, underdogs in the final event o f , the meet, lowered the previous best time by more than four seconds. The Wildcats held a 45-42 lead going into the event but a Humboldt win would have given the 'Jacks the meet victory. HSC built up an early lead fol- owing a double win by Fred Warner and a win by diver Frank English. The Lumberjack medley relay bursome opened with a win, as veil. But Newman got Chico lack into contention with wins in he 200-yard freestyle and the 440-yard freestyle. m YD. MED. RELAY-HSC (Mullins, Slock, Ellis, O'Brien -- 4:J'.« 210 YD FREESTYLE-- Newman, CSC; Dllks,, CSCl Grllllln, HSC -- 1:?4.S SI YD FREESTYLE-- Warner, HSC! Davis, CSCl Wyman, HSC -- :14.1 200 YD. IND. MED.-- Courier, CSC; Jones, CSC! Ellis, HSC - 2:30.0 DIVING-Enollsn, HSC; Powell. CSCl Hilgedick, CSC -- 144.3 200 YD. BUTTERFLY-- Ellis, HSC; Slock, HSC; Courier, CSC -- 2:«.8 100 YD. FREESTYLE-- Warner, HSC; Davis, CSC; wyman. HSC -- :SS.l 200 YD. BREASTSTROKE-Flelds, HSC; Premo. CSC; Flynn, CSC -- 2:53.4 440 FREESTYLE-- Newman, CSC; Dilks, CSC; Griffith, HSC -- 3:27.S 400 FREESTYLE RELAY-CSC (Crook, Newman, Dilks, Davis) -- 3:31.4 Woody Hayes To Coach East 11 SAN FRANCISCO (UP1) Woody Hayes, head football coach at Ohio State, has been namec head coacli of the East Shrin team which will face the West a San Francisco's Kezar Stadium next Dec. 29. His selection was announce! Sunday by William M. Coffman the game's managing director Other members of t h e Eas coaching staff will be Jack Mo lenkopf of Purdue and Fran Howard of Clemson. Hayes, who fielded a winnin East team in the 1955 Shrin classic, has coached Ohio Stat to four Big Ten titles, two na tional championships and tw Rose Bowl victories. F R E E Muffler Installation MUFFLER ^**^| t EXPERT jF«»j jKftJli ; Take advantage of this tpe- ,. /^ff^ -8SX , cial savings offer today! m- * v ' JjS mediate expert service on ^%mn(^^f^^'i ANY typo automobile. * ^TM / »\| YOUR SAFETY IS OUR BUSINESS Eureka Muffler Shop 28 West 4th St. · Eureka HI 3-5332 SPORTS HUMBOLDT STANDARD Monday, April 9, 1962, P. 15 Eureka Tr In Triangi CRESCENT CITY -- Eureka igh's track and field teams remained undefeated here Saturday lit individual honors went to rcata speedster Jim McLaughn. McLaughlin stepped off a :51.3 uarter mile, equalling the mark et by Eureka's Keith Weidkamp n 1956. The mark won't go into the re- ord books unless McLaughlin uplicates it in the Humboldt- el Norte meets later in the eason. It was Eureka first, Arcata sec- nd and Del Norte third in all hree divisions. The Loggers arc ow unbeaten in five straight meets, and will be favored to win re Redwood Relays title Friday iglit. Noel Weidkamp and Dan Ball osted double wins to lead the Sureka A's. Weidkamp won the 00 and broad jump, while Ball aotured both hurdles races. Del Norte , shot putter Bill anders heaved the iron ball 8-3',i, best of the season. The Dureka relay foursome turned in 1:37.4 time in the 880, another eason best. Darian Houpt led the Logger B's with wins in _the V5, 120 low lurdles and broad jump. His ash time equalled the season's rest and his hurdles mark is a new low for the year. Arcata's Gene Mendes pole vaulted 10-9, top mark of the year. Eureka star Jeff Wahlund won the 75, 150 and broad jump in the C division. His 18-4 broad jump was the distance of the year. Mike Anderson of Eureka ran he C 330 in :39.B for another best in 1962. . Del Norte A division pole vault- rs Hon and Don Possinger ar- ived at the meet too late to compete. They were favored to vin first and second places. "A" D I V I S I O N TRACK EVENTS TOO YD. DASH-- Weidkamp, E; Muiio, E; McLaughlin, A; Schocnwald, E-- tll.O 210 YD. DASH-- Redman, E; McGuIre, E; schoenwald, E; Rumble, A -- :24.2 440 YD. R U N -- McLauohlln, A; McGuire, E; Oarrelf, 6; Redman, E - :S1.3 680 YD. R U N -- Throssel, E; Lennarl. E; Hedrlcks, A; Fiemmlng, E -- 2:06.7 Trinity Track Team Defeats Hoopa Warriors Trinity High's A's and C's snared wins over -Hoopa High's Warriors Saturday on the new Hoopa track. Hoopa won the B division com- jetition. Trinity won eight of 12 firsts n -the A division to win by 16 loints. Hoopa's B division triumph was the most lopsided of the meet. "A DIVISION TRACK EVENTS 100 YD. DASH-- Skldmore, H; Chllton, H. Phillips, T -- :11.0 HO YD. DASH-MeChesney, E; Wagner H; Gorman, T -- :26.a 440 YD. R U N -- Brown, T; Carpenter, T Wagner, H -- :S7.l BSD YD. RUN-Lorcnic, T; Sorell, H Lane, T -- 2:35.1 MILE RUN-- Tgdd, T; Cruson, T; Ogels bee, H -- 3:S3.5 BBO RELAY-- Trinity, T -- 1:42.5 70 YD. L. H.-- Gorman, T; Philips, T Blake, H -- :?.J 70 YD. H. H.-- Clarno, Ti Blacke, H t-orenz, T -- :T0.6 FIELD EVENTS SHOT PUT-- McChesney, T; McJnlosh H; Ogelsbee, H -- 44' l" HIGH JUMP-- Blake, H; Tie: Nelson H and Lorenzo, T -- S'4" BROAD JUMP-- Chillon, H; Skldmore H; Carpenter, T -- 19' t,W POLE VAULT-SKIdmore, H; Durham T -- 9' i" TOTAL POINTS 4 TEAM STANDINGS- T R I N I T Y (T), 59»A; Hoopa (HJ, «Vi. "B" DIVISION TRACK EVENTS 75 YD. DASH-- Crosswhlte, Hf McLeoeJ H; Oiler, H -- :8.5 150 YD. DASH-- Tatmadge, H; O'Neil H; Franks, H -- :14.9 440 YD. RUN-CroiSWhite, H; Wright 440 YD. RUN-Talmadge, H; Hay, H Wilson, H -- 1:34.2 1330 YD. R U N -- Bonham, H; Smith, T -- 4:2J.3 70 YD. L. H.-- Dipperyy T; Bonham, H 70 YD. H. H.-- Hay, H; McLeod, H O'Neill, H -- :1I.O FIELD E V E N T S 3S' 41 V HIGH JUMP-- Oiler, H; O'Neill, H -*' 11" BROAD JUMP-- McLCOd, H; Olicr, H Wright, H -- 17' 3" POLE VAULT-- McLeod, H; Smith, -- 7' 4" TOTAL POINTS » TEAM STANOINGS- Hoopa ( H , 81; Trinity (T), 14. "C" DIVISION TRACK EVENTS 75 YD. DASH-Crou. T) Smith, T Tie: Maston, T, and Chillon, H -- :f.O 150 YD. DASH-- Hetntelman, T; Brow T; Peterson, H -- :17.7 440 YD. R U N -- Adami, T; Smith, T Petenon, H - 1:0] tio YD. R U N -- Holntelman, TJ storme Ti Serrando, H - H39 1110 YD. RUN-C. Wilton, H; Colema T -- 4i09' 440 R E L A Y - T -- :».» 70 YD. L. H.-Cron, T; Wilton, H Tie: Carpenter, T and Mcrrando, H - ;t,l F I E L D E V E N T S SHOT PUT-- Brummctl, H; Hunt, T Hill, T -- 37' I" HIGH JUMP-- Adimi, Tf Brummelt, - 4' 11" DROAD JUUP-Crcm, Ti Hunt, T C. t",1ton, H - 11* P O I E VAULT-- J. Smith, T -- V 4" TOTAL POINTS T E A M S T A N D I N G S Trinity (T), 47; Hoopa (H), 11. acksters ilar Win MltE R U N -- Da!/, E; LnrentiDn, A; ewton. A; Hlbler, E -- 4:3?.8 BBO RELAY-Eureka; Arcata -- 1:37.4180 L. H.-- Ball, E; Tie: Muiio, E and , Possinger, DN; Holden, A -- :11.1 120 YD. H. H.-- Ball, E; Tschctter, DN; eid, A; McCormkk, E -- :!*.? F I E L D EVENTS SHOT PUT-- Sanders, DN; Uartson, E; rowntield. A; Cousins, E -- 48' 3'/i"* H I G H JUMP-- Kchl, E; Brownfietd, A - 5' 6" POLE VAULT-- McNarmer, DN; Hold- n, Ai Tie: Miles, E and Jackson, E -9' 6" BROAD JUMP-- Weidkamp, E; Young, N; Schoenwald, E; Lewis, A -- 19' 4'A" OTAL POINTS TEAM 5TANDINGS- Eureka (E), 77'A; Arcata (A), 27; Del Norte ( D N ) . IBVj. "B" D I V I S I O N TRACK E V E N T S 75 YD. DASH-- Houpt, E; Sundfors, E; Lick, A; Massagli, E -- :OB.2" ISO YD. DASH-- Wessner, E; Tapp, DN; undfors, E; Givens, A -- :U.S N and Spalnd, A; Howard, A -- :37.S 4iO YD. R U N -- Wessner, E; Givens, A; . Anderson, E; ChOffey, DN -- 1:30.6 1310 YD. R U N -- Hemsley, E; Rogers, ; Lenhart, E; Heinfrcl, A -- 3:3i.O 440 RELAY-- Arcata; Del Norte-- No 120 YD. L. H.-- Houpt, E; Tie: Chaffey, DN and McDermid, A; Furber, A -14.2* 70 YD. H. H.-- McDermid, A; Furber, A; Chaffey, DN; Heinrlcl, A -- :10.4 F I E L O EVENTS SHOT PUT-- Brcwr, A; Finley, DN; Howard, A; Fatllk, E -- 39' 2Vi" H I G H JUMP-- Sturdevant, DN; Tio: BROAD J U M P -- Houpt, E; Spald, A; Furber, A; Tie; Tapp DN and McDermid A -- 19' 5" POLE VAULT-- Mendes, A; Choffey, DN; Gloncominl (A); Sturdevant ( D N ) ; Florey, E -- 10' V* TOTAL POINTS TEAM STANDINGS-Eureka ( E ) , 54; Arcala (A), 47 Vj; Del Norte ( D N ) , 22/z. "C' D I V I S I O N TRACK E V E N T S 75 YD. DASH-- Wahlund, E; Davis, E; Forkner. DN; Esskew, A -- :QB.7 150-- YD. DASH-- Wahlund, E; D. Davl E; Esskew, A; Patterson, A -- :16.9*» 330 YD. R U M -- Anderson, E; Tie Eklund, E and Patterson, A; Creek, - :39.fl» 660 YD. R U N -- Haberman, E; Kcr A; Little, E; Smith, DN -- 1:35.9 1320 YD. R U N -- Horet, E; Hoass, A 440 RELAY-- Eureka; Arcata -- :49.4 120 L. H.-- Forkner, DN; Anderson, E D. Davis, E; Reese, E -- :15.5 FILELD EVENTS SHOT PUT-- Rankin, A; J. Mijchet DN; ZEigler, DN; D. Davis, E -- 37' B' H I G H JUMP-- Massagli, E; Eklund, E Young, A -- 4' 11" BROAD JUMP-- Wahlund, E; Reus DN; Anderson, E; Tvevt, DN -- 18' 4" POLE VAULT-- Esskew, A; Ziegler, DN; Ford, A -- 9' 0" TOTAL POINTS TEAM STANDINGS-Eureka ( E ) , 431/2; Arcala (A), 30'/j; Del Norte (DN}, 20. HSC Netters Nip Nevada, Lose To Chico State CHICO -- -Humboldl Slale's len- nis team evented its season record at 2-2 Saturday by splitting a pair of matches here. The Lumberjacks defeated Uni- versily of Nevada 4-3 in their morning event, Ihen lost lo Chico State 3-4. Friday HSC had lost lo the Cal Aggies 5-2. They held a previous 8-0 win against Shasta JC. Steve H a r r o w and Harvey Doerksen led the Lumberjack win over the Nevada team. Both wo a singles match and then corn- lined for the doubles victory. The results follow: HSC-Ncvada Harrow, H, ' defeated Ken Eel- don 6-4. 7-5. Bill Davis, H, defeated Glen Laughton 6-1, 6-1. Doerksen, H, defeated George Peek 6-2, 6-1. Ken Robinson, N, defeated Les 3reukman G-3, 6-3. Kayc Won, N, defeated Gary Peterson 6-4, 6-3. Robinson and Won, N, defeated Brenkman and Peterson 7-5, 6-3. Harrow, and Doerksen, H, de- 'eatcd Belson and Laughlon G-2, 3-6, 6-1. HSC-Chico Jim Bryant, C, defeated Brenkman 6-1, 6-3. John Oldcmeyer, C, defeated Peterson 6-0, 6-1. Garry Shernll, C, defeated Harrow 6-4, 7-5. Aboolt Squire, H, defeated Lee Beene 1-6. 8-6, 6-3. Bill Davis, H, defeated Gordon Harvey 26, 6-3, 6-3. Bryant and Oldemeycr. C. defeated Brenkman and Peterson 6-0, 6-2. Harrow and Doerksen. 11, defeated Sherrill and Kevin Gugat 6-1, 5-7, 6-2. Long Beach State In Rowing Win OAKLAND ( U P I ) -- L o n t Bench State CollcRc defeated the University of California by 3'i lengths in Ihe feature race of ; four-event regatta Saturday 01 the Oakland Estuary. The Bears arc defending Inter collegiate Rowing Associatioi champions, bul Saturday's varsity combination did nol include Ihe members of the MIA varsity am four from Ihe second place junioi varsity boat who are back Ibis scnson. PCL Briefs By Uniled Press Inlcrnalionnl DELAND, (Fla.) -- The Port- anc] Beavers scored their fifth traight victory over Seattle unday by downing the rtainicrs, -2, in a Pacific Coast League xhibition baseball game. Beaver southpaw Bob Colligan lanked the Rainiers on two hits uring his five innings on the nound, but the Seattle team cored single runs in the sixth nd seventh innings to match two mis Portland had scored earlier. rhe Beavers broke the tie with two-run outburst in the eighth. TAMPA, Fla (.UPI- The San )iego Padres of the Pacific Coas League used great pitching anc n outstanding defense Sunday to blank Knoxville of the Sally jcague, 6-0 in an exhibition game. Bob Hisenhover, Zack Monroe ·inc John Tsitouris held the Smokies to four hits as the Padres completed five double )lays. Bobby Klaus and Ken Valtcrs homered for the winners. FULLERTON, Calif. (UPIl - f i e Hawaii Chiefs of the Pacific Coast League got plenty of men on base Sunday, but they couldn' get any of Ihem off as they were defeated, 4-0, by Dallas-Fort Worth in an exhibition game. The Islanders scattered seven hits, but left 12 runners stranded CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (UPI- The Tacoma Giants of the Pacifi Coast League suffered thei eighth loss of the exhibition sea son Sunday, as they were de "ealed by San Antonio of th Texas League, 8-2. The Giants, who were held t five hits, got their runs in th eighth inning on an infield singl by Neil Lilson and a pinch home by Bobby Barton. Steers, Pipers In Title Game KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) Kansas City's Steers and th Cleveland Pipers will settle th American Basketball L e a g u (ABL) professional basketba championship tonight. It was undecided until late Sun day exactly where the gam would be played. Abe Saperstein ABL commissioner, ordered th game played here no later tha tonight. Both clubs have won two game but a mi.xup in the final playo site had the two teams playin here Sunday night, then in Cleve land Tuesday night and then bac here. George Sleinbrenner, Clevelam owner, said the action was "typ ca of the indecision and disor ganization" in the ABL. He said Commissioner Sape stein changed his mind twice be tween Thursday and Saturday. Saperstein, in a telegram t Steinbrenner, Sharman, Steer own er Ken Krueger and Kansas Cit Coach Jack McHahon, said he wa "completely surprised" thai- controversy developed. A coin was flipped in the "usua porting gesture," the commis ioner said in Chicago. Stanford Crew Wins Regatta REDWOOD CITY (UPI) - Th Stanford University varsity cm edged out a two-toot victory ove Oregon State Saturday in the firs regatta of the season. UCLA finished third in the rac at the Redwood City Yacht Ilai or and USC was last. WE KNOW t h a t YOU KNOW That is costs so little to be sure, yet so much more than money can buy to risk having a fatal accident. LET US CHECK YOUR BRAKES TODAY? OUR ONLY B A R G A I N Is Q U A L I T Y m f l t e r i f i k and specialized W O R K M A N S H I P . ALL WORK GUARANTEED Call Now for F R E E Estimate Appointment A B WHEEL ALIGNMENT and BRAKE SERVICE 3rd A Sts., Eureka HI 2-0858 Three-Wa' In Master AUGUSTA, Ga. (UPI)-Il was mold Palmer, who pulled his ame together just when it looked kc he was going to blow it for IB second year in a row; defend- ig champion G ary Player and onservative Don Finsterwald in n IB-hole playoff today for the lasters championship and one of olf's richest purses. They tied for the title Sunday ith tolal of 280. eight strokes nder par, and the same score ·ith which Player beat out Pa m- r for the championship last year y one stroke. It was Palmer, as usual, who amc up with most of the drama s 35,000 fans watched in brilliant unshine and Finsterwald sat in a ottagc bordering the Masters oursc wondering how he was oing to make out. Shooting a one over par 73-36-3, Finsterwald, playing with U. S. Open champion Gene Littler, who mished fourth, had come in with is final score as Palmer and Player teed off for the IGth hole. At the time Player was lied with rinstcrwald, and Palmer, who had blown a two stroke lead starting off the final round, was two shots back. Plays Poorest Round Palmer, who needed only a par on the final hole to win last year but soared to a double bogey to lose out to the little South Afri- ·.·an, had played his poorest round with three bogeys, one double boegcy and 12 pars going to the 16lh. He changed from a four iron to a five iron for his tee shot on th par three, 190-yard hole and hit i .00 well, going over the green and it looked like he was doomec to failure in his bid for a thin Masters championship. But he wedged the ball into th cup from that 45 feet for a birdie Now he knew he needed an other birdie to get back in o th running and he got it on the ncx lole, the par four 400-yard 17th Fie put his eight iron second si "ect from the cup and sank th putt. That put him into a lie wit Finsterwald and Player and the came the par four, 420-yard 181 where he blew it last year, Thi .ime he boomed his tee shot 30 yards slightly to the left. Playe followed with a drive of 285 yard down the middle. Player's six iro second went 70 feet beyond th pin; Palmer, who switched from an eight to a seven iron, wen 30 feet past. Says He's Lucky Player putted to within thre : cct, Palmer to about two and half feet. Player sank his put first to tie Finsterwald, and the Palmer calmly stepped up an knocked his putt in to create th : irst three-way playoff in the 2 years of the Masters and only th "ourth playoff in all that time. Th last playoff was in 1954 whe Sam Snead beat Ben Hogan by stroke, 70 to 71. Palmer, shaking his head sadly 7 Playoff i Today dmitted he was lucky to get into playoff. "I played so bad I couldn't ave made the Podunk Open," he aid. "I just never got gouig. I asted loo many shots." Many in the h u g e gallery lought Ihe turning point for aimer came on the second hole ·hen he missed a two foot putt or a birdie. After that he knew othing but trouble until he made lat spectacular chip-in shot on ic 10th. Player, four strokes behind Palmer going into the fourth ound of play, shot the best golf f the three with a 35-36--71. one nder par for the 6,980-yard par 6-36--72 Masters course. Palmer round up with a 39-36--75, three ver regulation figures. They will tee off at 1:45 p.m. EST for the playoff with $20,000 oing to the winner. $12,000 to the econd place finisher and $8,000 o the one who finishes third. Should there be a tie at the end f 18 holes, the players will meet n sudden death. That playoff round will be televised by the Columbia Broadcasting System from 5 to 6 p. m. EST. Littler, with a final round 3635--71 wound up with a tolal of 282 worth $6,000, and complained that his putting cost him the championship because "from lee o green I played better in foui rounds here than I have evel since I won the Open." Three-time Masters winner Jimmy Demarel, PGA champion Jerry Barber, Billy Maxwell and Mike Souchak tied for fifth place, worlh $3,600 each, wilh aggregales of 287. Demarel shol a fourth round 34-36--70, Barber a 35-39-74, Maxwell 36-35-71 and Souchak 36-35-71. Hunt Wins Two Titles In Trap, Skeef Tourney Dr. Everett Hunt won me 16- yard club championships and the high overall title in Humboldt Trap and Skeet Club shooting Sunday. Hunt broke 98 of 100 targets in the 16-yard event and scored 185 out of 200 overall. George Becker edged Roy Praeger 94-93 in the Class A shool. Maria Sherrick won the women's competition in a shootoff against Donna Porter, George Krela won Ihe handicap evenl, and · Waller Sherrick fired 41 to top doubles. The Class B crown went lo Lawrence Bryant over Lloyd Lynard, 91-90. Doug Wemmer won the Class C shoot against Vern Johnson,. 90-88. Joe Fritsch fired 91 to Gerald Ray's 90 in Class D. Donna Porter and Maria Sherrick tied at 73 in the women's shoot. Sherrick's 23 topped Porter's 19 in the shooloff. Krela scored 47 to Doug Wemmer's 45 in doubles. x*' 4 : » *'· -*\ v ^t yf "^ ~^ ^ /*' # « \. .' ,HT _/ \ VALMI^ . /' v ^ ,, r 'JtiJH? ' ,. 1 " 1 " 1 «· X " x iim x l / -*. 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