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Eureka, California
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Tuesday, April 10, 1962
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ew Singles Leader As HBA Tournament Continues Tonight Painter ft Masters T AUGUSTA, Ga. (UPI)-Masters · lampion Arnold Palmer, having n coifing missions, set his sights n a third today-- a grand slam ··11 shall always be my goal wver will be out of mind unti i:ct loo old to play," the 32- ·.·.T-okl Pennsylvania pro salt v.hrn asked if he was going to !!-. 10 aild the British Open, the S. Open ind the PGA cham- ,.-Mf 10 his Masters title. No '.: i!!er ever has won all four. l.ippv. but weary, after he cai-ie from behind in an 18-holc . ;r. off Monday to beat defending c lampion Gary Player by three v'.mkcs and hard-luck Dow Fins- t'nvald bv nine. Palmer said he ····.:is extremely proud" to join Pain Snead and Jimmy Demarel ; .-. the only three-time winners of tin' Masters. Top Money Winner "And I'm glad too that I've erased the memory of that dou- i e bogey six on the 18th hole l;st year," he added. "I knew t h a t if I won here this year that iole never again will come back o haunt me." His victory Monday, when he s aged another of his fantastic finishes, shooting five birdies to overcome a three stroke lead w iich Player had gained on the ron nine, enriched Palmer $20,- t ( i ( and made him the leading money winner in the game since the l'f!A started keeping records ·ack ill 1947-- with a total of ?2!)8,733.1 I. Goini; inio Hie tournament, v-^ ·· ··: ·; ~E2?vvwwyvw I ff*==srf 3 i i .-,,'·' % -f i : I :'Jg,| | Are These I ; GHIPPEWA 1 Features What 1 ; YOU want in | Logger Boots? I ; Tim .H 1 lojecr bunt hy Chip- ^ ·. p f w n , t h e sportsman's bool- ] ; · ni.ikiT. IVaturca full pr.-iin. nut- [· vm 1 olive tan I r n t h r r of highest j '· m m l i l v. ('iircrLilrVfaBhioncd for ) ' cnml'uVt n m l durability. S :' II. hni lralliT incVl v n m p J ; . w i l l , l.plil too hoxin B . (tugged . u nsiilo i-ininlcr iirii-kft. Three- :· q liirti-r U - i i K l h stock jjusspl. · N v l o n s t i t c h i n g , l l o a v y - d u l v I 1 K i l h . T i,iidlli"o i). No-mnrk NcnprfiH'iiiilKok'andhopl. Boot ; , t i t l e d to Imlh vour sizo mid ] -- w i d t h . Aiuloxcclk'ntlvpn'radat ; *21' 5 3 * 1 -3 r-- ^ ^ *. -Ith 8 F St.. Eur.ka | . . ,·-,» -3 '·: ChBp'ipewa ·\ o ^.iiaAilAi.iAAAA^A£iA^iiiiiii 'inner 0! ourney Palmer trailed Doug Ford an Gary Middlecoff, but he now some $8,000 ahead of Ford an $10,000 ahead of Middlecoff. also raised his 1%2 winnings $35,408.33. putting him at the to of the class. Palmer will compete in th Greensboro Open this weekend. "I don't know just what I wi do after that, but I definitely wi defend my British Open cham pionship in July and, of course I'll be in there trying for the U.S Open and the PGA," he said. Turning Point He and Player-- Finsterwald wa never in the running at any tim --agreed the turning point in th playoff round came on the pa four 470-yard 10th hole. Player, with a two under pa 34 going out against Palmers 3 and Finsterwald's 40, had a thre stroke lead going to the 10th tec Palmer put his five iron secom 20 feet from the pin while Play er's approach went over the green Player chipped to within fiv and a half feet, but his putt bun on the lip of the cup and he hai to settle for a bogey. Palmer sank his putt for th first of five birdies on the secom nine, to pick up two strokes am that was the beginning of the em :0r Player. He dropped behint when Palmer birdied the 12th ant never was able to get back inl contention. Player Misses Putt "I really thought I still had a chance when I put my tee sho on the ICIli a par three, 190-yart hole), eight feet from the cup Arnold was 10 feet away. He sail :iis putt, I missed mine and thei 1 knew it was all over." Player insisted that he shot hi best golf of the tournament today "but my putts just didn't drop.' Yost Picked For Comeback Honors NEW YORK (UPD-- Eddie Yost 'eteran Los Angeles Angel in- ielder, was picked today to )0unce back from the poores season of his 17-year career, to achieve the to ) comeback of 1962 n major league baseball. The 36-year old Yost, who hit only .202 in 76 games after the \ngels acquired him for $75,000 in he American League's club-stock- ng pool, was selected by the JPI's 24-man board of basebal experts. Every member of th board has seen teams training this spring in either the South o West. Del Crandall of the Milwauke Braves, Bob Turley of the Ne\ York Yankees, Charlie Neal o hie New York Mcls and Bobb Shantz of the Houston Colt 45 a so received strong support from the board but none received a many votes as Yost. GRIFFITH MIGHT TESTIFY NEW YORK (UPD-Emile Gri fith, who scored the death blow that felled Benny (Kid) Paret tw weeks ago tonight, is expected t testify before the stale legisla lure' committee invesligatin boxing in New York. The hearings, some of whic will be closed to the public, wi get underway in a week or 1 days. We Give ' " " · » . , 1 '\. ./ G R E E N , ISTAMPS^ On all Parfs and Repair Work done on a Cash Basis ''Thf: Stop That Keeps Yon Coins" Perfection Motors General Automotive Repairs John Asplund, Mngr. 3rd "H" Streets Euroka HI 2-5783 S P O R T S HUMBOLDT STANDARD Tuesday, April 10, 1962, P. 12 Celts, Lakers To Collide Tonight LOS ANGELES fUPI) The Lo« Angeles Lakers and the liostoi Celtics clash tonight at the Sports Arena in the third game of theii Nationa Basketball Association (NHA) championship playoff anc the home team hopes to get an advantage from the familiar court They split the first two games at Boston on the weekend. The Celtics won the Saturday game raiher easily, 122-103, and the Lakers turned back a late-game rally by the Celtics to grab a 129-122 win in the Sunday game. A fourth game will be played at the Sports Arena Wednesday night. Game No. 5 is schedulec for Boston in the best of seven series. If a sixth game is necessary, it will be played at Los Angeles April 16. A seventh game would be played at Boston Apri 18. The Celtics are shooting for their fourth consecutive NBA title. Huskies Capture H-DN Golf Win Fortune's Jay Coble shot a one- under par 37 to capture medalisl honors as the Huskies beat St. Bernard's 5',i-4',i in H-DN golf competition. Goble, shooting in the fifth position, beat St. Bernard's Milt Iskra 37-53. Greg Farris of Forluna defeatec Phil Dubaldi 40-51. St. Bernard's wins were by Jaj Fields, 43-44 over Roger Cesna and by Ken Kline, 46-53 over Chris Gates. Bob Allen of St. Bernard's anc r orluna's Bob Ericcson scorec one point apiece in the third match, although Allen won 45-46. Leats Favored To Whip Hawks TORONTO (UPD-The Toronto laple Leafs are 8Vfe to 5 favorites o slow down the Chicago Black Hawks tonight in the opening game of the National Hockey ^ague's final playoff series. The oddsmakers also have installed the Maple Leafs as 7Vi to 5 picks to win the best-of-seven scries for the Stanley Cup, although the Black Hawks are riding high after eliminating the mighty Montreal Canadiens in the scmifina s. The Leafs likely drew the favorite's role by virtue of theii seasons edge over the Hawks plus .he fact that if the series goes he full seven games, four Oi them will be played on Toronto ice, where the Hawks have only counted one win in the last two years. Eureka Jr. High Posts Double Win Eureka Junior High's baseball ers posted 10-1 and 11-6 wins ovei the Hoopa High JVs in games on he Little Loggers' diamond. Jim Guy pitched a four-hitter in the seven inning opener, am jarry LaFontaine twirled a five- litler in the nightcap. Extra-base hits for Eureka included LaFontainc's homer, tri)les by Gary Longholm and Ed )ox, and doubles by Guy and Bob Finnegan. 1 wonder if ... 1 » y "·* W-", J : ft Ss£ A A L V I N E. COON Phone HI 2-0931 335 W.Whipple Street Box 731, Eureka lie had life insurance? Ever ask Iha! qucilion? Most of u* liflve. Mofo i m p o r t a n t -- "1 wonder if 1 IIAVO enough?" I'd like to review your l i f e imurnncQ program, at no obligation, to bo iuro you do have enough! Oil me today . . , not loi orrow! Ropreiflnling WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY Senators, Leading L As Seasor By NORMAN MILLEll UI»I Sports Writer Three journeymen righthanders named John F. Kennedy, Art Mahaffey and Bennie Daniels were the stars of Monday's majoi caguc openers and some left handed old pros like Warren Spahn Whitey Ford and Johnny Podres would be happy to do as well today. This is a big day in baseball's relentless push to new frontiers. It's the day when the major leagues invade Texas; the Los Angeles Dodgers play for the first time in their long-awaited $18 million super-stadium; and Casey Stengel starts learning the truth about his New York Mels. President Kennedy cut loose with his best high hard pitch to usher in the 1962 season Monday and then settled baek like Mr. Everyday Fan to watch Daniels pitch the Washington Senators to a five-hit, 44 victory over the Detroit Tigers. Phils Rout Reds In Monday's other opener, al Cincinnati, Mahaffey scattered nine hits in pitching the Philadelphia Phils to a 12-4 victory ovei the Keds, last year's National League champions. At the present moment, the Senators and Phils are alone atop :he standings in each league. Bui it's probably the last time that will happen this season. Mr. Kennedy's presidential pitch at Washington was recovered by Marly Kulyna, Senators pitcher who outscrambled his teammates as the ball rolled along the first 3ase foul line. The President then was chased to cover by a rainstorm which delayed the game for 22 minutes and later was nearly beaned by Willie Tashy's foul ball in the "ourth inning. But he ducked, came up smiling and stayed to the final out of the game. Bob Johnson, young Washington .shortstop, hit a two-run homer in file fourth off lefty Don Mossi uid received some hearty ap- )lause from the President and the rest of the crowd of 44,383. This vas the largest turnout ever for a baseball game in the nation's capital. Errors Help Senators After an error by second baseman Chuck Cottier of the Senators helped the Tigers score a run off Daniels in the sixth, Washington clinched matters with two more runs in the seventh. Hits by Cot- jer and Bob Schmidt, two Detroit errors and a single by Daniels oroduced the Senators' two runs off Ron Kline. NuxhaSI, Me New life' li By Unite* Press International Joe Nuxliall. Danny McDevitt and Chuek Tanner, three well- traveled baseball players, got a new "life" today, but it was back to the minors for such ns Von McDaniel, Johnny James and Joe Christopher in last-minute changes made before major league openers. Nuxliall, who broke inlo the majors with the Cincinnati Reds in 1944 at the age of 15, was purchased from Rochester of the International League by the Los Ang e 1 c s Angels, McDevitt was plucked from Vancouver of the Pacific Coast League by the Kansas City Athletics, and Tanner was picked up by the Angels from Dallas-Fort Worth of the American Association. Kccall Tom Burgess Nuxliall, a left-handed pitcher, was with Kansas Cily last year and had a 5-8 won-lost record. He las an overall record of H9-K9 in the majors, mostly with the Kcds. McDevilt, also a lefthander, broke in with the Dodgers. He eventually pilched with the Yankees and this spring trained with the Minnesota Twins, who cut him a week ago. Tanner, an outfielder, saw previous major league service with the Chicago Cubs, Milwaukee Hraves and Boston Itcd .Sox. Along with Tanner the Angels brought up first haseman-oul fielder Tom Hnrgess from their Dallas-Fort Worth farm club, and sent right-handed pitcher Johnny James to the same club on option. McDanir-i Sent Dnwn McDaniel. one-time St. Louis Cardinals whiz-kid pitcher who was trying lo make it back to the majors as an inficlder, was cut by the llonslon Colt 45s. who sent him In Oklahoma City of the American As:;ncialion. MeDanid was drafled by Ihe ('oils from (ho Cardinals' farm Huh at Tulsa, Pfo//ies sagues ] Sfarfs At Cincinnati, a crowd of 28,506 watched Clay Dalrymple and Don Demeter hit home runs in Philadelphia's 15-hit attack. The Phils routed Joe Jay with six runs in the third. Dalrymple's bases- empty homer, off Jay in the second inning, was the first in the majors this season. Today's schedule in the National League pitted the Heds at Los Angeles; the Milwaukee Braves at the San Francisco Giants; the New York Mets at the St. Louis Cardinals; the Chicago Cubs at the Houston Colts, and the Phils at the Pittsburgh Pirates. In the American League, it was the Baltimore Orioles at the New York Yankees; the Cleveland Indians at the Boston Red Sox; the Los Angeles Angels al the Chicago White Sox, and the Minnesota Twins at the Kansas City Athletics. Washington and Detroit were idle. Open New Stadium A capacity crowd of 56,000, including Commissioner Ford Frick, was expected to jam Los Angeles' model Chavez Ravine Stadium for the Dodgers' opener. Podres was opposed by Jim O'Toole of the Reds. Houston will make its major league debut in a rainbow-colored temporary 35,000 - seat stadium. Bobb Shantz, one of the grab-bag players selected by Houston in slocking the new club last fall, will start for the Colts, with Don Cardwell pitching for Chicago. The Mes, not due to open at home until Friday, will shool Roger Craig against the Cards' Larry Jackson in the only night game on the program at St. Louis. Spahn, a 21-gamc winner last season, will start for Milwaukee against San Francisco's Juan Marichal, while Ford, with a 25-4 record last year, will be the starter in the Yankees' home opener against Billy Hoeft of the Orioles. National League Philadelphia 016 201 101--12 15 0 Cincinnati 001 300 000-- 4 9 0 Mahaffey (1-0) and Dalrymple. Jay, Miller (3), Klippstein (5), Hiilman (7), Brosnan (9) and Edvards. Loser-- Jay (0-1). HR-Dalrymple, Demeter. (only game scheduled) American League Detroit 000 001 000-- 1 5 2 Washington 000 200 20x- 4 13 3 Mossi, Kline (7), Gallagher (7) and Hoarke, Brown (7). Daniels (1-0) and Schmidt. Loser-- Mossi (0-1). HR-- Johnson, (only game scheduled) Deviff Get i Najors where he hit 15 homers a year ago. Christopher, one of the top batters in the New York Mets' training camp this spring, was sent to Syracuse of the 1L on 24-hour recall with the promise from Manager Casey Stengel Uiat he would be brought back as soon as possible. Taking his place on the roster was young infielder Ron Kanehl, who hit .304 for Nashville a year ago. All the changes were necessitated by baseball rules which state that opening-day rosters shall be frozen at 28 players. One month after the start of the season each club will have lo cut down to 2D players. Braves Promote Two The Milwaukee Braves promoted pitcher Hank Fischer and outfielder Mike Krsnich, both of whom had been training with them Ihis spring, from Louisville of the American Association. Fischer was 1HI at Louisville in 1961 while Krsnich batted .276 for the same club. The Minnesota Twins sent right- hander Bill Pleis on option lo Vancouver and hroughl up 21-year-old inficlder Orlando Martinez from Charlotte, N.C., as insurance for ailing shortstop Zorro Versalles. The Pittsburgh Pirates re-assigned the contracts of 13 minor eaguc players and purchased catcher Orlando Mcf^arlane from Columbus of tho Internalional League, while Ihc Los Angeles Dodgers got down lo the limit by sending 11 minor league hands lo farm clubs. The Mels also announced Mini Red Ruffing and Red Kress are being relained as permanent rnaohos. Both worked with the club during spring training and now give the new NL cluh a conching staff of (ivn. H-DN Baseball * * * * * * * * EUREKA -- "That kid pitched a ball game and a half." v Logger baseball coach Keith Darling made that comment on he job done by pitcher Ron Harmon, who turned in a two-hilter against St. Bernard's Saturday. Harmon lost the game but struck out five while walking just wo. The veteran hurler has a 1-1 league record. Eureka was slated lo play Ihe Humboldt State 'Junior Jacks today at Albee Stadium. Saturday the Loggers travel to Hoopa for a H-DN tilt. Darling said t h a t shortstop Mark Melendy and second baseman Dan Yeider did good jobs Saturday against the Crusaders. They'll be the regulars from now on. ARCATA -- The Tigers go after their second Humboldt-Del Norte win of the season Saturday when they hosl the South Fork Cubs. The Tigers made their debut Saturday and came up with a 14-2 win over McKinleyville. Jon Burgess, Doug Mudford and Maron Semore each collected a pair of hits in the game. Pitcher Tom Thomson has im)roved his control from last year, according lo McKinleyville coach Ed Esles. Thomsen struck out 15 Panthers while walking five. Arcata's pilching slaff could get a workout Saturday and nexl week. The Tigers play South Fork Saturday, Hoopa next Tuesday and Fortuna a week from Saturday. FORTUNA -- "If I could just win eight games Ihis year I'd be satisfied," coach Bob Tomasini commented today. The Husky coach was referring o Forluna's eight H-DN league James. So far this season For- una has won both its league tills and lost all ils praclice games. Hitting and defensive practices are planned this week, Tomasini aid. The Huskies don't have any iractice games scheduled. Husky pitcher Pat O'Brien turn- efealing Hoopa. He struck out 4 and had four assists, account- ng for 18 of Ihe Hoopa batters in a seven inning game. Monday the. Fortuna junior var- ity dropped a 4-3 loss to Jacobs Junior High. It was the Pups' irst game. MCKINLEYVILLE The Pan- hers have a bye in H-DN scheduling this weekend but will play Brookings - Harbor High of Oregon. The clubs meet Friday at 4:15 on the Panther diamond, then play Saturday in Brookings. Estes will start Tony Semore on the mound in the first game. The Panthers will practice on lilting this week, Estes said. Reserve outfielder Terry Smith was spiked Monday but will probably be ready to play by Friday. DEL NORTE -- "I don't know how he gets by," coach Wally Maciel said of Warrior pitcher Jim Melhoff today. Maciel commented lhal Melhoff jels "pounded" in Del Norte's ntrasquad practice games. The unior hurler has a 2-0 league record, however, including 21 strikeouts and only five walks in 14 innings. Outfielder-pilcher Gerald Berg- quisl suffered a slighl ankle prain while sliding into third jase Monday but may play Saturday. Del Norte hosts Fortuna n a league outing. The Warriors were slated to play al Brookings - Harbor High oday. ST. BERNARD'S - Hilling, in- ield praclice and drills on game ilualions are on the Crusader iraclice schedule this week. SI. Bernard's hosts Ferndale Saturday in a league game. Coach Ray Mechals also hopes lo play McKinleyville in a practice lilt n mid-week. The Crusader coach praised Eu- cka pitcher Ron Harmon for his vork Saturday. Harmon pitched a two-hitter but lost lo St. Ber- inrd's 4-3. Mechals gave his own squad a 'pat on the back" for ils hustle. HOOPA -- Ccnlcrficldcr Charles Singleton has been sidelined In- Icfinilely because of n case of blood poisoning. Singleton was operated on Sun- ay. He injured n knee while rossing the first base ling al "orluna Saturday. Iloopa's oulfield will now in- hide Joe Campbell, LnVernc May nd Jay Johnson, according lo onch Joe Beeson. Hilling is on the practice, stale all week, Beeson said. The Warriors got just three safeties against the Huskies Saturday in losing 3-1. SOUTH FORK -- The Cubs took a day off from practice today. Saturday they play at Arcata's park in their third league game. South Fork has lost successive decisions to Del Norte and Hoopa. Saturday the Cubs gave up four hits that should have been routine ouls, according lo Chipman. Soulh Fork was limited to four hits by Del Norte pitcher Jim Melhoff Saturday. "He keeps 'em low and jams the batters," Chipman commented. FERNDALE--- Hilling drills continue at the Cream City diamond this week as Ferndale drills for its game against St. Bernard's Salurday. · The Wildcals have hit just .111 in their two league games so far. They have six safeties in 54 at bats. Infielder Gordon Hicks and outfielder George Enos lead the squad with two hits each. Ferndale's two pitchers who have toiled in league games have issued an equal number of walks and strikeouts. Dick Bryant and Marv Christiansen have combinet for nine strikeouts and nine passes in their 13 innings. PCI Briefs TAMPA, Fla. (UPD-San Dieg downed Macon of Ihe Sally Leagu 8-3, here Monday for ils sixth ex hibition win. Jim Pisloni whacked a three run homer for the Pads and Ke Hunt went six innings to pick u| the win. The Padres head home Friday and open the PCL season April 17 against Tacoma. SAN BERNARDINO, C a l i f . (UPI)-Joe Taylor knocked in [our runs as Hawaii edged Dallas-Fort Worth, 8-7, Monday. The islanders did all their scoring in the first four innings am then hung on for the win. Mickey McDermott slarled for Hawaii and took the win. DELANO, Fla. (UPD- Seattle dropped a 7-5 decision to Columbus Monday nighl. Slew MacDonald hurled Uirce- hil ball for six innings for Ihe Rainiers and then Pele Smilh look over and was shelled. Seattle meets York tonighl in ils lasl exhibition battle hereabouts. APACHE JUNCTION, A r i z . (UPD-- Oklahoma City scored six limes in Ihe first inning then rolled on to a 20-3 victory over Tacoma Monday. Seven Tacoma errors contributed to the Giants' defeat. Tacoma swapped pilcher Don Choale lo Rochester of the International League in return for infielder Bill Hain. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (UPD -- Portland faces Rochester here today and then closes out its exhibition series against Columbus and Toronto before leaving for Portland Saturday. The Beavers were idle Monday, but announced the signing of firs baseman Tony Bartriome, formerly of the Pitlsburgh Pirates. VERO BEACH, Fla. (UPD -Spokane nipped Salem, 3-1, Monday as Nelson Chittum and Ron Hubbard teamed up on a two- hiller. Slan Johnson and Sheldon Brodsky baited in two of the Indians' runs and the Ihird was lallied on a wild pitch. 6-P, Surfers In VoSleybail Wins Slandings Georgia - Pacific ..8 0 1.000 Georgia - Pacific end the Coast Guard Surfers each posted wins in Recreation Department Volleyball League play Monday night. G-P downed Ihe Eureka Newspapers learn 15-£) and 15 - 8, allhough playing with only four men. The Surfers defeated Ihc Independents 15-10 and 15-13. A three-game gap exists between Ihe second place Surfers r.nd the third place teams. Surfers fi 2 .750 Independents 3 s .375 ENI 3 5 .375 Wrecks 0 R .000 Evans 1 7X lasf Year' No Of her Pete Evans rolled a 723 handic Bowl to take over singles leader, fowling Association Handicap To Evans was the only new leader o emerge from Monday's action. The leaders In other divisions remain: Teams -- · Crocker-Anglo, 3103. Doubles -- Pete Larson and ? ayton Knowles, 1326. All-events -Art Woods, 1991. High game -Dick Wilson, 295. Evans' 723 score is 21 pins higher than the winning total from 961. Rich Lipscomb moved into second in singles competition with lis 676. He's tied with the first- day leader, Frank Borges. Other singles leaders include Bill Boyd, 671: Glen Wasson, 669; Don Ralston, 669; Dan Rakestraw, 667; Jim Erhard, 664; Roy Hamilton, 562; and Phil Lipscomb, 661. A learn from E 0 league No. 3 has laken over second spol wilh 3093, 10 pins behind Crocker- Anglo. Counlry Club Markel, a Broadway Lanes team, is in third )lace off Monday's 3033 score. Reliable Hardware remains in 'ourth place at 3002, while the Eureka Elks moved into fifth at 2971. Larson and Knowles hold a 32- pin lead in doubles. Their 1326 ops the 1294 scored by Ran anc ^ich Lipscomb Monday. Joe Womble and Jim Godfrey remain in Ihird al 1283, Dick Foser and Mel ^Natwick are fourth at 1270, and Don Late and Woodrow Miller are fifth at 1261. Ange/s O/ AL Campc CHICAGO (UPD - The Los An geles Angels start their second American League season here to day against the resurging Chica go White Sox, second only to th S'ew York Yankees in preseason ilay in the junior circuit. For the Angels Eli Grba, wh mrled the los Angeles club's in augural major league game las year and defeated Baltimore 7-2 ;ot the call from Manager Bil ligney lo open Ihis season's ac ion. Manager Al Lopez for Ihe Whil Sox called on Juan Pizarro t ake Ihe hill in Comiskey Park Despite the nippy weather wit the temperalures just a few de grees above freezing, a crowd o more than 25,000 was anticipate by the White Sox for their hom opener. The Angels facing the White So today are a far different collec tion from the makeshift crew fielded by the club a year ag at Ballimore. Only four men ar in the starting lineup who opene ast year. They are third baseman Eddi Yost, outfielders Ken Hunt anc Albie Pearson and Grba. Hunt lowever, is suffering from strained muscle and may se only limited duly. Grba was selected not only be cause he pitched Ihe opener las year but lo permit him to wor n his home town before many o his family and friends. The ex Yankee had an 11-13 record las year despite weak supporl dur ng the early part of the season Pizarro had a 14-7 record las season and is ranked as one o he key men on Manager Lopez litching slaff. The Angels get Ihe day of Vednesday bul resume aclio Thursday against Ihe White So. and then move on to Minnesota Friday for the f i » s t of thre games before returning lo Los An " iHlRl^O""' Glass Doors for Fireplace New way lo eliminate smoke Irom fireplace. Keep your mantle clean end sparkling and at 1ho same time cut out com drafts. Ideal (or corner and seO'thru lypes. Guaranteed lo eliminate smoke or your money back. Actually gives more comfort wilh greater safety. Lower fuel bills. 35 Slics. Send for free folder with prices listed. "The best Investment you ever made In your homo." Exclusively Al "Anything for the Firoplato" Inclvuinu accessories W. A. SIPES Distributor 2123 Pino St. EureU HI 3-5165 3 Beffers s Besf; Changes ap series Monday night al E 0 hip of the 18th Annual Humboldt urnanicnt. The high leam series is Jerry Reed's 659 scratch score. WEDNESDAY Team Events 6:45 -- VFW, Automatic Vend, Safeway, Fortuna American Legion, Simpson Arcata Recreation Association, Jack - Cyn Acres, Gray's Rug Cutters, Rendezvous Music, Isackson Motors, Village Liquors, Country Club Market, U. S. Plywood No. 2. 9:00 -- Brigg's Aircraft, Eureka Prescriplion Pharmacy, Van De Nor, Whiling Enterprises, Weisfield's. Doubles Singles 6:45 -- Herb Sorensen - Chuck Stuarl, A. J. Purdue - Tony Kryla, Bob Meyer - Bud Parenl, Glenn Fisher - Ted Smith, Elmer Evans - Don Sallady, Marion Johnson - Curtis Buckland, Carl Lowden - James Hall, Oliver New- Ian - Evan Dixon, Al Hollen Boy Buck, Richard Ferring-Les Haggard, Arnold Schurb - Arnold Olsen, Hugh McLearn - Frank Huni. 8:45 -- Lyle Mulligan - Ray Gilardoni, Les Sundquist - Charles Kovacovich, Bruce Jonson - Tom Balch, Ben Gill · Marvin Wilson, Roy Swanson - Dick Wilson, Walt Fromherz - Pele Evans, E. A. Bishop - Val Meyer, Rudy Dahlgren - Roy Lindholm, Lowell Bliven - Doyle Evans, Warren Smith Ed Kennedy, Jay Izatl - Gene Davis, Mel Lundberg - Joy Gasl- man. Den Second j/gn Today geles and their home opener next Tuesday. The Angeles optioned eight players Monday, six of them to San Jose of Ihe California League and a pair to the Quad Cities of the Midwestern League. Sent to the San Jose farm club were Terry Tackett, George Conrad, Alan Slilcrafl and Bob Haye, pilchers; first baseman Dan Ardell; and outfielder Dick Simpson. Going to Quad Cities were pitcher Paul Mosley and first baseman Bob Johnson. Title Fight Site To Be Announced NEW YORK (UPD - The date and site for a world heavyweight title fight between champion Floyd Patterson and challenger Sonny Liston may be announced "within the next 48 or 72 hours," the champ's allorney said today. Julius November disclosed thai Patterson has been "mulling over" plans for his next tille defense since reluming from his recent Egyptian tour. Patterson and Liston agreed to terms for the bout almost a month ago, leaving the choice of Ihe dale and site for Floyd's approval. Among the cilies bidding for the bout are New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Seattle. It is expected to be held sometime in lale June or mid-July. For SALE or RENT H O M E L I T E Carryable GENERATORS PUMPS Ask about our Rental- Purchase Plan i^^fsi^m $mcuffl3iw 3008 Broadway · HI 3-5415

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