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Midgets, Heavyweights Headline Wrestling Program S I D E L I h j» .· By DON TERBUS 1 F ·' ·· ^iH 1 ! n A NIGHT FOR SOMETHING . . . Ah, what a splendid evening it was for a track meet. A silvery crescent spotlighted Redwood Bowl. Smoke from garbage burning nearby mingled with the crisp arctic air and the effect was, to say the least, nauseating. Blue noses seemingly were transported by blue hoses that turned out to be the legs of track athletes not wearing sweat pants. About 50 onlookers huddled in topcoats or blankets or both sat lonesome and shivering in grandstands that can comfortably accommodate 5500. Or if you wish to believe some sources of information, 28,000. One fan is reported to have nipped at a thermos jug throughout the evening. Shortly before the relay was to start he challenged the entire Chico State team to a dual meet. Dr. Joe "Cowboy" Forbes puffed contentedly on his pipe until he noted that there are no lights at the starting point on the southeast corner of the track. "We'll have to get the state to remedy that situation," he declared as he bit an inch off the stem. Newly signed pro footballer Vester Flanagan was being towed along by a puppy about the size of Elizabeth Taylor's love for Eddie. Asked what breed it was, Vester replied, "He's part McNabb and the rest dawg." Head timer Herb Lorenz was absorbing some good natured ribbing from Graduate Manager H o w a r d Goodwin. The reason was a white cap that gave him the appearance of a Stutz Bearcat jockey. Herb in turn was needling the hurdle 'crew. "Take your. time fellas. .They just left the starting blocks." Meanwhile, the crew frantically placed the last flight of hurdles in position. Except for three competitors, a judge and sophomore athlete Danny Sousa who did a mighyt efficient job of replacing the crossbar and keeping the sawdust neatly piled, the high jumping area was as deserted as the carnival booth next to the girlie show. Bill Urichton made his jumps with little effort and then wore himself out replacing his sweat pants each time. All by himself at 6-4, he barely missed his third try at the height. Meanwhile, in the middle of the field, assistant coach Hank Cooper was accepting congratulations for ;he magnificent job he did as official balloon blower- upper. The multi-colored baubles are used to indicate distances for the javelin and discus events. One report stated that Hank "had the puckered ips to prove that he had expended all that effort." £inda' hard blowing up balloons or anything else for lhat matter with puckered lips. But Hank's cheeks were kinda' flabby. All in all t the meet must be labeled a success. Especially if you're from Chico. The Wildcats won it, 77-54, and threw in several complimentary remarks about the rubberized track in the process. Golf Loop Meet Slated Thursday An organizational meeting for e men's summer golf leagues ill be held Thursday night at l e Eureka Municipal Golf jurse pro shop. The meeting will start at 7:30 clock. Managers of last sea- n's teams and all other inter- ted men are invited. WIN t BotncB mm Movie Camera 3.B?nd fEdfo BjSlj tteSy£ South B«n*fiihifl| dPP/^ American Thwmoi l/gf Sft\ \ %jQ M %sr" \~-af Webw GillM-Q /P5"\ Ouwoor OtiU TO BE GIVEN AWAY AS )OOR PRIZES! HIS IS A LOCAL CONTEST! Your chances are good! Just come in ind register lor Iieednwing during our TuM WtfflT StfoW! ., Sat., Sun., April 13, 14, 15 LUTHER HUNT'S KEY HOLE )4I F Street Arcata New Volleyball League To Be Formed Here The Recreation Men's Volleyball League has been so popular .hat a new League will be formed and is scheduled to start Monday, April 23 the Recreation ant Park Department announced today. All interested teams are invitee to enter. The entry fee is $15.00 )er team which may be paid a the Office of the Recreation anc Park Department, Harris am 'J" Streets. 'The entry fee mus be paid by 5:00 p. m. on Monday, April 16. Games will be played at the Municipal Auditorium with game ime set at 7:00 p. m. In this Lea- Sue, six players make up a team ut as many as ten players may be carried on a team's roster. Royal Attacks Derby Nominee SAN BRUNO-OIPfl-A highly regarded Kentucky Derby hopeful and a champion sprinted were among 17 horses nominated for he $15,000-added Westlake Handicap which will be run Saturday at Tanforan. Royal Attacks is the only 3 year-old in the potential lineu] while Reve has won most of the West's major sprint championships. Saturday's go will be over 1 1-16 miles. Sturdy nags such as Double Lea, Cadiz, Aldershot, Sea Orbit and Sparrow Castle also were tabbed for Saturday's big race. BOWLERS! Join up now for summer league bowling. The following leagues are open: · Hoimwlfei Le*gu« (Daytimt) · 3 M«n Scratch on Mon. (7 p.m.) · 3 Woman Scratch, Mon. (7 p.m.) · 5 Wom.'n Handic'p, TUM, (7pm) · 5 Man Handicap, Wed. (7 p.m.) · Mixed Fouriome, Wed. (7 p.m.) · Mixed Fouriome, Ttiuri. (7 pm) · Mixed FAurtnma «n Frl. (7 p.m.) · 5 Mm Handicap «n Frl. {7 p.m.) Contact Jim Today at: BROADWAY LANES Bro.dwiy ii Hlghlinil HI 1-513) Double M Slated Toi Eureka Ai Wrestling gets a change of p Auditorium, starting at 8 o'clock Midgets, who provide a lot o laughs as well as some unbeliev able grappling, will share the to billing with U. S. Hcavyweigh Champion Kay Stevens and Joe Brunctti. The tiny wrestlers, weighing rom 85 to 100 pounds each, do all (he things the big fellows do and throw in a lot of antics the )ig boys can't perform. Like run ning through the rererees legs! Tonight's program is expected to draw the largest crowd of the current season, if advance ticket sales are an indication. Reserved seats have been going fast anc will continue to be on sale this afternoon at the Hook Bullet, 333 F street, until 5:30 o'clock, 'hen they can be secured again when the box office opens tonight at 6:30. The general admission seats. 1,000 of them, will also go on sale at the box office this evening. The midgets meet in the evening's finale and will line up for Baseball Standings Major League Standings By United Press International National League W. L. Pet. GB Philadelphia 1 0 1.000 ... Pittsburgh 0 0 .000 ,4 hicago 0 0 .000 'a 'ouston 0 0 .000 M: Los Angeles 0 0 .000 Vi lilwaukee 0 0 .000 M an Francisco 0 0 .000 Vj Ntw York 0 0 .000 Vi t. Louis 0 0 .000 1,4 incinnati 0 1 .000 1 Monday's Results 'hiladelphia 12 Cincinnati 4 (Only game scheduled} Wednesday's Games hiladelphia at Pittsburgh, night ew York at St. Louis, night hicago at Houston, night incinnati at Los Angeles, night [ilwaukee at San Fran., night American League W. L. Pet. GB Vashington 1 0 1.000 . . . linnesota 0 0 .000 ',i ansas City 0 0 .000 ',4 os Angeles 0 0 .000 '4 hicago 0 0 .000 !i altimore 0 0 .000 % ew York 0 0 .000 ',4 leveland 0 0 .000 14 oston 0 0 .000 \s etroit 0 1 .000 1 Monday's Results Washington 4 Detroit 1 (Only game scheduled) Wednesday's Games leveland at Boston ilinnesota at Kansas City, night )etroit at Washington, night (Only games scheduled) Bisons, Bears To Open Playoffs By United Press International The Buffalo Bisons and Ilershcy ears open their best-of-five semi- inal scries in the American Hocky League playoffs at Horshey onight. Hershcy, which had to go into sudden-death overtime before iminating Providence in the uarler-finnls, will have the ad- antage of on extra home game lould the series go the full five lames. However, the Bisons up- cored extra sharp while defeating tocheslcr In two straight gtimcs n their opening scries. ain Event light In jdiforium ice tonight at Eureka's Municipal Ihe one hour tag match as follows: Little Beaver and Lord Littlebrook vs. Fuzzy Cupid and Sky Low Low. Heavyweights The show will be opened by leavyweights Pepper Gomez and Red Bastien in a 20-minute, 1 fall match. Both tip the scales around 225 pounds and both are excep- Jonally fast and "clean" wrestlers. This should be different, maybe, and interesting. Heavyweight Champ Stevens, a noted "heel", is fresh from drawing a $43,000 house at the San Francisco Cow Palace. Over 13,000 fans saw him defend his title successfully against Wilbur Snyder lest Saturday night. Stevens will meet Joe Brunelti, popular with local fans. The match is one hour, best two out of three falls. Edmonton Nears Playoff Crown By United* Press International Edmonton all but cinched the Northern Division playoff title in the Western Hockey League Monday night when it dumped Calgary, 5-2. That gave the Flyers a 3-1 series lead with the n e x t game Wednesday at Edmonton, and the seventh contest -- should it be necessary -- also at Edmonton. A sixth game would be at Calgary. It seems unlikely Calgary could win the needed t h r e e straight with two of the contests at Edmonton. Roger Dejorday and Lcn Lundc each blinked the red light twice or the winners Monday night, while Billy McNeil Mil the other Edmonton score. Jim Moro scored both of the osers' goals. A crowd of 4,700 sat in. Southern Division action resumes tonight with Portland a Spokane. The Bucs lead 3-2 bu must finish the series at Spokane. Monday's Games Northern Division Edmonton 5 Calgary 2 (Edmon- on leads, 3-1) Soutlicrn Division No games scheduled (Portlanc eads Spokane, 3-2) Pipers Capture First ABL Title KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPD-The ome-back kids from Cleveland, a never-say-die team all season, vore the first American Basket- all League championship crown oday. The fiery Pipers whipped Kanas City, 106-102, Monday night to vin the best-of-five series three james to two. It was a long road lack for the Pipers. They dropped the first two James against the Steers last ·eek. Cleveland then got Kansas City away from home for two Barnes, which the hustling Pipers ·on. However, most experts figured Cleveland would fold when Kanas City got it back on the Steer lome floor. This was not the case. The Pipers, outscored from the ield, won the ABL title at the ree-throw line. Dick Barnett lopped in 26 points for the Pipers, le hit six of seven free throws nd his team made 30 of 38. Most Valuable Plaque To Maris NEW YORK- (DPI) -Roger laris will receive his 11161 Most aluablc Player plaque when Ihe cw York Yankees open Ihcir 40th cason in "The House That Ruth uill" today against the Baltimore Orioles. In tribute to the memory of the nbe, his widow, Mrs. Clare Ruth, tvill throw out the first ball. Rulh lit a three-run homer to beat the oston Red Sox, 4*1, when Vance Stadium was dedicated back n 1923. Before the Yankees' world immpionship pennant is rnised on le ccnlcrficld flagpole, President oc Cronin of the American eaguc will present the MVP ilaque to Mnris til home plnle. Lumberjack Speedster Captures Win Humboldt State and Chico State each won seven events and lied in the pole vault, but superior depth earned the Wildcats a 77-54 j Chico in the hurdles events. He victory over the Lumberjcaks cleared the lows in :25.3 and the Monday night at Redwood Bowl. Three meet records were crack- Lwo-mile run by Lumberjack Jim Mangan. Half-miler Don Smith of Chico established a meet record of 1:59.5. and teammate Bill Schipper turned in a 4:28.6 mile for Humboldt State sprinter Frank Alden ran under the tape but won the 220-yard dasli in last night's Far Western Conference dual meet with Chico State at the Redwood Bowl. Aldon won the furlong in :22.5 and the 100-yard event in :10.2. He also ran on the winning relay team. Timers Herb Lorenz (white pants) and Jerry Paul clock the flying Lumberjack. Chico Slate took meet honors, 77-54. HUMBOLDT STANDARD Tuesday. April 10, 1962, P. 13 Four Humboldt StsSers Hitting Over .300 Mark Four Humboldt State Lumber- lacks have emerged as hitting leaders through 10 games of the 1962 season. Joe Taylor, Tom DiMercurio. Al inarski and Drew Roberts are lilting over .300, for 10 games or more. The next highest regular is catcher Joe Siino, with a .223 mark. Taylor leads the squad with a .333 mark, on 12 hits. The 'Jacks are hitting .229 as a squad. They take on Sacramen lo Stale Saturday in a doubleheader on the Hornet diamond. Taylor has the most hits on the squad with 12. DiMcrcurio and Roberts have 11 apiece. AI! Joe Taylor .. ........ 38 Tom DiMcrcurio ____ .14 Al Snarski .......... 16 Drew Roberts ....... 30 Joe Siino ............ 27 Dennis Pontoni ..... 3! Carl Carlson ........ 26 Monty Feekes ....... 29 Ken Matias ......... 13 Dan Sousa .......... 4 Tom Leilz Dave Minor .. Lyrry Taylor Roger Toffl .. Ron Stammer Frank West . R fi 7 4 5 3 9 1 5 I 0 () 1 1 () 0 - fi 21) 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 {) 1 (I 1 I) o 31) (I II 0 I) 0 1 0 1 0 U 0 II I) (I n IIR 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 II I) n o Rlil 6 8 0 1 7 3 4 3 0 0 II 1 0 0 1 0 Totals - 293 43 Pet. .333 .324 .313 .306 .223 .193 .193 .107 .077 .500 .285 .250 .167 .000 .000 .22!) Dickinson Hurls No-Hitter As Junior Jacks Win IIumbolcH Slate freshman Jay Dickinson fired a no-hit, no-run iame against the Arcala Stars Sunday to give the I'X Junior ?ks a 1-0 win. It was the 'Jacks tenth straight victory. Today they seek theii eleventh against the Eureka High Loggers at Albee Sladiun. Dickinson walked none a n d struck out six in the five-inning game. The 'Jacks got their run in -he bottom of the fifth inn ·vlien Dan Sousa walked ; scored on Ted Snapp's dotille to eft. Arca'-i Stars hurlcrs Alva Kinney and Steve Cottrell teamed up lo hurl a thrre-hiller. Kinncy hurled three innings r id Coltrcll threw the last two, taking Ihe loss. The only Stars runner to reach first base did so on an infield error. Dodgers' New Stadium Now Open For Business Minor LF 1 LOS ANGELES (UPI) --Waller O'Malley's dream project, Ihe captain Duke Snider and the rest 18 million baseball stadium in Chavez Ravine, opened the gates oday for its first major league amc. A capacity crowd of 56,000 fans began the trip early over un amiliar and many of them new- y-hiiilt roads into the first baseball park to be built through pri- r ate financing since Yankee Stadium was completed in 11)23. Workmen still were putting the inishing touches on the structure is the host Los Angeles Dodgers md the world's champion Cincin- lati Reds headed for the park. Los Angeles, famous for its traf- ic jams, expected the granddaddy of them all when the Hum emptied itself of the opcn- ng day crowd just about the time vhcn the freeways were loaded vith heavy traffic between 4 p.m. ind 6 p.m., when the flow of au- omobiles reaches its peak. Police Chief William II. Parker istiniiilcd that under the best of ·onditions it would lake two hours o send the lfi.000 cars that can mrk on the .stadiums' grounds lowing onto city .streets. The stadium had its preview (^rand opening ceremonies Monday vhcn a crowd of 2,500 paid $5 a lead lo munch on box lunches, isten to .speeches and \valch the )0(Igcrs stage their first drill in lie stadium, H a i l i n g practice had to be cur- workmen were ailed because warming over the ulfield stands and I trcas. Scoreboard. But Manager Walt Alston, team of the squad voiced their approval of the field and the facilities as the best in baseball. The statistics on the stadium are voluminous but the outstanding features of the park are its seven sealing levels each having different colored seats so patrons can find them easily, the terraced parking sections which permit fans to walk directly to their seat sections, the lack of pillars to obstruct the view and the comforts for the fans which include theater type seats for everyone, The playing field is symmetrical in its dimensions -- ;i;lO feet down both foul lines, :m feet to :x)th left and right center and 410 feet to direct centcrfield. A pair of southpaws. Jim 0' Toole U9-JH for the Reds and Johnny Podrcs U8-5) oppose each other in the opener here. Because of the sellout and the desire of fans to see the opener, O'Malley relented in his opposition to the televising of home games to permit the showing of today's contest on a local station (KTTVK The Dodgers entered the National I-eaguc season with the opening day's player limit of 2fl after they beat the deadline by sending 11 men lo farm clubs. The cuts left the Dodgers with 11 pitchers, 3 catchers, 7 infielders and 7 out fielders. Sent l» the Dodgers' Omaha club in the American Association were Dick Smith, Mike Tlrumley, Nate Smith, Al Malkasiaii, Karl Shirley and Dick Smith, ARCATA STARS (0-1) PLAYER- Pos. AB R H PI ipp, Mike ... ss 2 o o ( Macomber Taylor 3amgaard .. Kinney TOTALS 16 0 0 13 JUNIOR JACKS (11-2) LAYER-- Pos. AB R H PO Mayes CF iousa 3B 1 0 1 I D 2 0 0 immons Alton (CD McGinnis .... Dickinson TOTALS . . . . : . . 13 1 3 »15 S 1 ·--Winning run scored with none out. Summary a--Rcplacod Kinney in 4th b--Replaced Taylor in 5th c--Replaced Jones In 5th ALL-STARS 000 00--0 0 1 JUNIOR JACKS .... 000 01--1 3 1 RBI: Snapp; IB: Snapp; LOB: Arcata U), JJ (B);S8: Minor, Timmons, Albon- co; BB: Dickinson (0), Kinney (3), Cotrell (3); SO:: Dickinson W, Kinney (7), CottrGll (3); WP: Dickinson; t_P: Cotlrelt; U: Snnrski Roberts; Scorer: Oneto; Time ol Game; 1:05. fight Results PROVIDENCE, R.l. UPI- 5 addy Rciid, 12! :! -i, Providence, itopped Tommy Haden, 126, New Bedford, Mass. (9). AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OVERHAUL Special ifiis week FULL PRICE $12950 K included - '55 modal ca lNANCINSAVAILABLE Up to 18 months to pay BOB HAVEMANN'S AUTO REPAIR 2615 Myrtle HI 3-2324 {Myillo il Hill) Open All Day Sat. HSC Thinclads Defeated By (hico State, 77-54 and the 220-yard dash in :22.5. Freshman Dave Engeman countered with a pair of firsts for highs in :I5.8. Lumberjack Jim Reams won ed in the meet, featuring a 9:49.6 the 440-yard run In :49.9, edging Chico's Bill Morris and IISC's Pat O'Brien. Gordon Bobell's 130-10 effort in Ihe discus earned another first for the 'Jacks. Bill Crlchlon high jumped 6-3 to capture his special- Tlic Humboldt State mile.relay another mark. Chico took 11 of 14 second places and eight third places. The i team snared first place in 3:26.0. The Wildcats posted one - two - The first three runners held three sweeps in [he mile. 220-yard low hurdles and 120-yard high liurdles. slim lead but Reams pulled away on the anchor lap. A special 440-yard relay for Frank Alden got the only dou- weight event men went to Chico ble win for Humboldt State. He' took the 100-yard dash in :10.2 Stricken Boxer Removed From Critical List BLUEFIELD, W.Va. ( U P I ) Heavyweight boxer Tunney Hun- sakcr, 32, was taken off the critical list (oday at the Bluefield Sanitarium, where he has been in a semiconscious slate since suffering a brain injury in a 10- round bout Friday night. The latest medical bulletin issued by Dr. E. L. Gage said the fighter had become more responsive to commands "although he still does not speak." .Gage said Hunsaker had his eyes open and no longer required oxylien. "His condition is still serious," the bulletin said, "but it is not considered critical." Hunsaker, a former police chief in his hometown of Fayetteville, W.Va., was knocked down f o u r times during his bout with Joe shotgun) Sheldon, Cleveland, Ohio, in Bcckiey, W.Va. He was finally knocked out in the 10th round. After being revived momentarily, the stricken fighter collapsed in his corner. Two operations were performed at the sanitarium here to relieve pressure on (lie brain. in :47.2. Humboldt Stale's Jim Barker, Chris Carr, Bobell and Frank Maltagliati nipped a second Chico team for second place. T R A C K EVENTS '0 YD. DASH-Alden, HSC; Remington, HSC; Cook, CSC ~ :10.2 330 YD. DASH--Alden, HSC; Draper, CSC; Cook. CSC -- :I3.5 440 YD. RUN--Reams, HSC; Morris, CSC; O'Brien, HSC -- :49.9 10 YD. RUN--Smith, CSC; Hooker, CSC; Elilers, HSC -- 1:59.S- MILE RUN--Schipper, CSC; Davis, CSC; King, CSC -- 1:16.6* TWO-MILE RUN-Jrtangan, HSC; Davis, CSC; Sehipper, CSC - »:«.«· MILE RELAY--O'Brien, Lempe, Alden. Reams, HSC -- 3:2i 310 YD. L. H.--Engeman, CSC; Wur- Schmidt, CSC; Tennanl, CSC -- :2S.3 130- YD. H. H.--Engeman, CSC; Wur- schmitd. CSC; Tennant, CSC -- :15.8 FIELD EVENTS SHOT PUT--Crawford, CSC; Bolslnger, HSC; Bobell, HSC -- «' IVi" JAVELIN--Mlllis, CSC; Calkins, CSC; Barker, HSC -- 195' 3Vi" DISCUS--Bobell, HSC; Crawford, CSC) Ford, HSC -- 130' 10" HIGH JUMP-Crichton, HSC; Tic: VarleV, CSC and Knoch, CSC -- i' 3" BROAD JUMP--Calkini, CSC; Edson, HSC; Farmer, HSC -- IV 3W" POLE VAULT--Tie: Edson, HSC and Cole, CSC; Tic: Shiner, CSC and Ross, CSC -- 12' TOTAL POINTS TEAM STANDINGS-Chico State (CSC), 77; Humboldt Statl (HSC), 54. ·--New Meet Record. Stanford Shocks St. Mary's Nine STANFORD ( U P I ) ' - Stanford snapped a five-game losing streak by dumping SI. Mary's, 18-4 in non-conference action. The Indians collected only seven hits, but eight Gael errors and 16 walks contributed to the rout. Only four Indian tallies were earned. John LcCompte picked up Ihe win for the Cards. K E N T U C K Y S T R A I G H T B O U R B O N W H I S K Y · 16 P R O D I E A R L Y T I M E S D I S T I 11. E R Y C 0 U P A N Y. 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