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V Favor Eureka High In Redwood Relays Friday Nite SPORTS HUMBOLDT STANDARDWed., April II, 1962, Page 12 Rookie Outfielder Key To Oriole Flag Chances NEW YORK (UPI)-To most of,from the waist down he's them, opening day was just thelgrid tackle. ers Expected si art of another shift at the fac- 1 tory but to the kid with the red-! I Eureka High's track and field squad seeks lo end five years | (if Fortuna Husky domination of the Redwood Relays Friday night. j The Loggers will attempt lo prc a P r o jvcnl a sixth straight I championship in the relays "But he runs pretty good for aim-cuts start at 6:30 o'clock :ig man," Hitchcock said, "Nojiiu. Husky oval. blond hair and the big man's body| Jc , s . sc ow'cns, of course. But he Christmas, New' Year's| can get arm ind the bases. He's ..,, all:developed well for us, I bclievc.jc? and the Fourth of wrapped up in one package. "I'm as nervous said John iBoog) Powell. 20-vear- Eureka is favored to dominad the relays off five straight victor in I9G2 Humboldt - Del Norte old rookie outfielder of (he Baltimore Orioles as he scraped his cleats in (he batting cage dirt at Yankee Stadium. "I'm as nervous as everything." iu suii-M.-.si.iiii'owoii learns well and he m u s M c o in p c t i t i o n . But Fortuna' [have caught 10,000 fly balls thisjslrcngth has been growing in lati as can bc,"ispring. 'meets, and Arcata, Del Norte am Lacks Experience Only St. Bernard's could post some key "It isn't a lack of ability with Hitchcock analytical added in his manner. only a lack of experience. How j t o break with Ihe ball and things] events. Arcala has special desire to win the event, after losing last yeai on disc|iialifications in three. tiie right field seats and yet Pow ell knew that his big chance had arrived at last. "If he comes through for us, as well as Earl Robinson in that other outfield spot," Manage] Billy Hitchcock said, "we could make a real run at it. ] certain!} don't think that the Yankees art unbeatable." The Acid Test By now, nobody has to teli Powell how much it will mean It the Orioles if he can hit it big. And this was the start of the acid lest he will undergo within the next few weeks, being noted as a slow starter in the spring. "Actually, I'm not too worried, just nervous," Boog said in a low voice which seemed alien coming from a 6 foot, 4 inch frame on which he packs 240 pounds. "I feel 1 learned a lot this spring; I feel much more at home in the outfield than I have before." They don't ever expect him lo be a gazelle in the outfield, for he is a big one along the lines of a young Johnny Mize or Ted Kluszewski. The neck and shoulders are power-packed, set much like those of Mickey Mantle, and lie didn't look it. or show i t . i l i k e lhat. He didn't look loo good as lie stepped in and seeminglyjin Florida but that was because w i t h o u t effort poled a drive intoiof the high winds. Up here it should be different for him." Powell comes from Key West, Fla.. which he referred to ingly as "northern Cuba." He turned down seven football schol arship offers when he graduated from high school in 1959 to accept a $35,000 bonus from the Orioles. That year, with Bluefield in the class D Appalachian League, he batted .351. The next season, with Fox Cities of the class B'Three- Eye League, he hit .312. Then, last season at youngest player Rochester, the in the Interna- .ional League, he batted .320 and led the league with 32 home runs. A "Little Bugger" When he was a toddler, according to his father, he was "a little :ugger" always into mischief. That was shortened to "Boog," and hence the nickname. But Coach Harry (The Cat) Brechcen The relays will be Ihe first ol the big outdoor meets of the sea son. Entries from all nine Hum boldt-Del Norte schools will be in competition. Performances by six individuals from each school are totaled foi the field event results. The shot put record, for example, is 2515!i and was set by six Fortuna entries in IBM. Entry Rules Athletes are allowed to enter one track and two field events or two track and one field event, plus Ihe 880 or 440-yard relays. The importance of the entry rule was shown last year when Arcata lost 16 points and the title because the same runner entered the 100- yard dash, unlimited mile relay and sprint medley. As well as the field events and relays, there will be some individual dash races and four elementary school events. Fortuna's domination of the relays extends lo Ihe record books. The Huskies hold eight marks, to hree each for Del Norte, Eureka Midgets Delight Audience At Auditorium hinks lhat he'll be a "big bugger" lo American League litchers before Ion; "He's the best looking prospec 've seen in a long, long while,' nsserted Brechcen. "He can be a ·eal great one." and Arcata. St. Bernard's is the only Little Four school with a record, in Ihe B and C 75-yard dashes. Special attractions in the meet will be the shuttle hurdles and the distance medleys. The hurdles feature runners from each school racing in alternate directions, tagging each oilier on the back rather than using a baton. The medleys include a mixlure of dislances. The sprint medley composed of 330, 110, 220, and 440. while Ihe distance medley includes the 1320, 440. 880 and mile. Elementary school events are the 50 and 75-yard dashes and the 440 and 880 relays. Only Eel River Valley schools compete. The schedule of evenls includes: 6:30 -- field evenls start. 6:35 -- elementary 50-yard dash. 6:40 -- elementary 440-yard re- 7:00 -- limited shuttle hurdles. 7:10 -- unlimited shuttle hurdles. 7:20 -- elementary 75-yard dash. 7:25 -- C 75-yard dash. 7:30 -- B 75-yard dash. 7:35 -- A 100-yard dash. 7:40 -- limited mile relay. 7:50 -- unlimited mile relay. 8:00 -- elementary 880-yard re- BROOKINGS, ay. Norte High's 8:10 -- limited two-mile relay. 8:25 -- unlimited two-mile relay 8:40 -- limited 440-yard relay. 8:50 -- unlimited 44'o-yard relay Hi 8 n Brains. 9:00 -- spring medley. 9:10 -- distance medley. 9:25 -- 880-yard relay. Little Beaver hurls Sky Low Low into the face of Sky's partner, Fuzzy Cupid, during the second half of "Big Time Wrestling's" main event at the Eureka Municipal Auditorium Tuesday night. Referee Ken Duffin appears dismayed by it all. Beaver and Lord Littlebrook captured the match in one of the mos hilarious performances ever seen in Eureka. The next Eureka Lions Club show is scheduled for Ma- K. B. McCarthy 4th 5th at A Sts. HI 3-3115 IMPORTED CAR Service Repair HEADQUARTERS Factory Trained Specialists To expertly service and repair all makes of the British Motor Corp. line of imported cars Roy Jackson bowled a 702 ser es to move into second place ii he singles division of the 18th Annual Humboldt Bowling Associ ation Handicap Tournament Tues day night al E 0 Bowl. The tourney continues lonigh 1 al E 0 and Arcala Bowls. The leading scorers remain: Pete Evans, 723 singles series: Crocker- Anglo, 3103 team series; Pete Larson and Clayton Knowles, 132C doubles series; Art Woods, 1991 all-events; and Dick Wilson, 295 gome. Teams moved into Ihird. fifth, sixth and seventh places Tuesday. Highest, score of the night was Bella Visla's 3037. The top five teams are now: Crocker-Anglo, 3103; E 0, 3093; Bella Vista, 3037; Country Club Market, 3033; and Fortuna Trailer Village, 3031. The top 10 singles keglers ar Pete Evans, 723; Roy Jackson 702; Rich Lipscomb, 676; Fran] Borges, 676; Bill Boyd, 671; Glai Wasson, 669; Don Ralston, 669 JIM FREEMAN AL RIMBEY Jim and Al, who both work exclusively on imported car service and repair, have received extensive factory training qualifying them as imported car specialists on: MORRIS - MG AUSTIN-HEALEY VOLVO - FIAT - JAGUAR Northwestern California's Largest IMPORTED CAR PARTS INVENTORY We also Service Repair RENAULT SIMCA TRIUMPH PEUGEOT TOYATA Our fully staffed American Car service dept. at your service as usual. Comets Win, Tie Piayoft Series Ry United Press International Spokane needed a win to stay alive in the Southern Division playoff in the Western Ilocke; League Tuesday night, and got it As a result, the Comets ratec as favorites today to down the Portland Buckaroos when the sev enlh and deciding game takes place Friday in Spokane. The Comets downed the Bucs, 4-1, at Spokane Tuesday night. Spokane won the first two al home, lost the next three at Port laud, and returned home to knot the series. Ciordy St rat ton fired two Spo- jkanc goals in Ihe first period and (Yves Locus addud the other two | for the victors. i Ed Johnson scored the Bucs goal, but tough Comet checking made the difference. In (he third period, for instance, the visitors were unable to get a shot during an I I minute .stretch, Dan Rakestraw, 667; Jim Erhard, 664; and Roy Hamilton, 662. Doubles leaders remain the same as after Monday's evenls. They are Pele Larson and Clayton Knowles, 1326; Ran and Rich Lip scomb, 1294; Joe Womble and Jim Godfrey, 1283; Dick Foster and Mel Natwick, 1270; and Don Late and Woodrow Miller, 1261. Thursday's entries follow: THURSDAY Team Events 6:45 - Gray's Rug Cutters, Hollanders, Pete's Steak House, Johnny's Richfield, Sequoia Saw Supply, Palco Products, Len's Boys Waller Warren Insurance, Comp on 76, Tiny's, Club Unique, M R. Fielding. 9:00 -- Fortuna Refrigeration Ralph's Chevron, Sun F.ay Cleaners, Eureka Truck Terminal, Sherwood Forest, Hook Bullet, 13th Lane, Van Fleet Wood Products. Doubles Singles 6:45 -- Gary Anderson - John Richardson, Tom Millis - Dick Miller, Carl Cook-Francis Houston, Robert Johnson-Rufus Carpenter, Harry Rogers - Claude Mallory, Carl Brandt-Bart Waite, Jack McManus - Don Carlson, Stan Bauman- George Johnson. 8:45 -- Grady Pearson - Marvin Davidson, Carol Kear-Clay Handsaker, Don Miller-Howard Emmer;on, George Berry-Lloyd Luchan- ed, Opie Hcndricks-Iver Isackson Charles Baldosser-GIen Skidmore Jarth Paine-Tom Northrup. with the victoi eighlh inning. Saturday the .una in a Hun: League game. fornians tallied thr Miller's single. The winning i eighth frame. Melhofl TOTALS Dunn : Weeks I Honscamb Dawson fi McNcely Payne 1 Hale TOTALS S DEL NORTE BROOKINGS , RBI: Nations, Miller, lunn, Evanson 2, half 0, Dunn 1, L Lowe 3, Dunn 1, J LP: Dunn. U: Edmonton, leading Calgary 3-1, tries to rapture the Northern Division crown tonight at Edmonton. Will. Playnff Standings By United Press liilcnulioii.il Tuesday's Itosults Southern Division No Hardball,On City Playgrounds The Eureka Recreation and 'ark Department has issued varning to baseball enthusiasts ising the city's playgrounds. Hardball games are not permit- cd on city parks and playgrounds it-cording lo (he department an- louncement. Softball practice for adult league earns is not permilled unlil 6 'clock each evening. A diamond ennil slip is Ihe department's method of providing reservation? for fields, and all teams are urged lo obtain Ihc slips before planning practices. TITANS ACQUIRE TWO NEW YORK (UPD-Thc New York Titans of the American P'oot- all League have acquired end contest Saturday. Competition will nen's, women's, mder 16 classes, . Municipal Course. Proceeds from )iego late this month. ion, include: Men's -- I-$IO order, 2--golf shirt. Spokane -1 Portland 1 ( t w o teams Paul Miller and halfback Jack '.Johnson from Ihc Dallas Texans in exchange for (he rights to Curt Mm, n former University of Iowa tied, ;Kli Norlhrrn Division \o games scheduled (Kdinonlon leads Calgary, 3-D, --one pair of hose. Over 65 -- 1- .'ile, 2-$5 gifl ce ers "crying tou'el." nder 1C -- 'r, 2--five ivo lines of of soft drinks. te Nips gs tn H f,f ·*£· A P U8018 W3n*iors boost e cord to 5-2 hci 'rooki e - 1 8 BergquisL struc iriiig the win, bu hoff was crcdite y. He hurled tli Varriors host Foi boldt - Del Nort .ed four runs i nd another in th ·o's two-run tripl ling rally. ed its first mark inning. The Cal hree times in th Kiel's single, tw d error and Larry i Del Norte tiec e Pinter's walk Miller's sacrifice n scored in Ihe NORTE AS R H PO A E 3 0 D 0 D 4 C- 0 13 0 4 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 3 2 3 1 0 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 30 6 7 24 4 K I N G S AB R H PO A E 3 1 1 1 3 0 2 0 0 3 1 0 4 1 2 3 0 1 3 1 1 1 1 0 4 1 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 4 0 2 4 0 0 2? 5 8 24 4 2 nary .. 010 030 11--6-7-1 .. 400 100 00--5-8-2 r, Woibke 1, Pinter, rtcNeely, Lowe. 2B; Wcibke. 3B: Lowe. gs 7. SB: Ma ready, IB: Berquisl 7, Met- hod 1. WP: Mclhoff. rrct-Moore. Scorer; me: 2:05. All. 35. )ne Goif Slated t · urdav Ml UU y awarded in four 2tition in the En- Club hole-in-one 1 be held in over 65 and at the Eureka the contest go ·\ High Key Club vention in San Will. 2 will be a $10 and two chick- prizes, by divi- 0 merchandise rl, 3-- cocktai! i food, 5 -- three joir of socks. rcss and shoes, 3-- vase, 4-- tea 1 for soft drinks, I '10 gift ccrlifi- V ificalc, 3-golf- C 8 merchandise ·s of bowling, r nvling, 4 -- case 'Big lime Wrestling' off if Show B©sl 0' faatnn tva^yvv Iw'waSS ' "Big Time Wrestling" fans h the jackpot in entertainment a Enreka's Laugh-alorium last nigh as the heavywieghls provided In thrills and Ihe midgets the corn edy in what must be rated th besl show of Ihe 1962 season. The double main event was double - barreled blast ol r t nailed Brunetti with a body press t to win the deciding fall and the I match. e Stevens' win was rnet by a - chorus of' disapproving boos, cat- e calls and a shower of paper cups and peanuts pelted Into the ring. a The demonstration continued for o the biggest part of the 10-niinute grappling at its best and it wasj intermission. triggered by a rousing 20-minul preliminary. In the curtain raiser Peppe Gomez and Red Baslien. Ihe bun lead and the redhead, fired thei best shots and the rubber me wound up in a draw. They wer "clean," they were scientific ant he crowd loved them. Villainous Ray Stevens, U. S Heavyweight champion, and pop ular Joe Brunetli ballled in lh( irst half of the main event. The mop-headed champ captured the first fall in 12:30 with a "bomb. away" lhat is climaxed with a leap from the top of the ring pos onto the prostrate form of one's opponent. The maneuver so enraged Bru netti that he proceeded to rip into Stevens with unrestrained furv a 5 the crowd went wild. It took Joe jusl 1:40 to batter his foe into submission with a pilcdriver. Unpopular Win Stevens appeared headed for de- eat in the match when after ab sorbing a severe body block pound ing, he was brought down via a leg twist after ten minutes ol furious action. Referee Ken Duffin signified a pin, but laler reversed he decision when he saw Stevens' leg oulside the ring. Just 37 seconds later the blond champion e Hilarious Midgets Then the quartet ol midgets · stepped into the ring and from then on some 1500 onlookers were convulsed with belly laughs. Sky Low Low pinned Lord L tlebrook via a leap from the to of the ring posts and a body press in 10:45. Partner Fuzzy Cupii worked the Lord into the corner where all the shenannlgans leaf ing to the nobleman's downfa Look place. The Lord returned the compliment by nailing Fuzzy lo the canvas in 9:48 with a drop kick ant 3ody press. Distraught because ,he referee was busy admonis ing Sky Low Low about stayin outside the ring, Little Beaver rushed in, pounded the canvas ner's hand indicating victory. Tl decision stood. Beaver then took things in his own capable hands and pinnec Sky in 7:10 with an airplane spin and body press. Between pins t h e midgets turned the ring into a three-ring circus with their hilarious antics. The Eureka Lions Club-sponsored show grossed $2,425. Club officials announced that the next pro mat program will be held May 15th. H-DN Hur/ers En/'oy One Of Besf Years By DON CARLTO.V bats of opposing hitlers in those Humboldt - Del Norte league 121 half-innings. nscbill nitchprs havp Ind one nf leir best seasons so far in 1962. The local prep hurlers have orked a total of 121 half-innings. hey've given up only 72 walks that time and have struck out 42. Just 113 hils have come off the Gators Defeat St. Mary's Nine MORAGA (UPI) - T h e San Francisco State 'Gators dcfcaled St. Mary's, 5-2, Tuesday in a col- egiale baseball game al Moraga. Joe Panella led the Stale alack with three singles and one IBI. Jerry Collins and Bob Bairt 2ach added two singles. Fight Results By United Press International LONDON (UPI) - Guy Sumlin, 47-li, Pritchard, Ala., stopped rinn Curvis, I47'/j, Britain (8). TURIN, Italy (UPI) - Bruno isintin, 152, t Italy, outpointed hnrlic Cotton, 156, Toledo, Ohio 10). UTICA, N.Y. UPI-Jose Tores, 15B, Puerto Rico, stopped mrny Walkins, 157 li, Buffalo, The leading pitcher is Fortuna's Pat O'Brien. He's worked in 14 innings, walking only four and striking out 27. He has a 2-0 loop mark. Del Norte's Jim Melhoff am St. Bernard's Tom Burger also liave 2-0 records. Pitcher, (cam IP BB SO W L Pat 0 Bricn, F . 14 4 27 2 lira Mclhoff, DN 14 5 21 2 0 Tom Burger, SB 14 5 13 2 0 Tom Thomsen, A 7 5 15 1 0 Frank Trimble, H 13 5 15 1 1 Kon Harmon, E . 14 5 14 1 J Curt Wood, SF . . 9 1 8 0 2 Dick Hryant, Fc . 10 7 7 0 2 M. Christians'n Fe 3 2 2 0 Tony Scmorc, M 6 8 7 0 lini Mayhew, SF 2 4 3 0 Dick Vallcs, SF . 2 3 2 0 Rob Corson, M . 13 18 8 0 IP -- innings pitched, lil! -bases on balls. SO -- strikeouts. "OLTS SIGN NELSON BALTIMORE, Md. (UPD-Bal- imore Colts' safety man Andy Velson today signed his contract or the 1962 National Football ^caguc season. Considered the "dean" of the "oils' defensive backfield, Nelson as been a Baltimore starter ince his rookie year in 1057. He larrcd as n fjuarlcrback for lemphis Stale, bill was assigned o defensive duly when drafted by ·Y. («). the Colls. Go-Karl 'Winter Windup' Races About 35 enlries are expect to compete Sunday in the BJ wood Region Go-kart Club's "W a ter Windup" races. A 25-lap main event and son ?w 1962 MC-30 engines will f lure the racing. Time trials sta at 12 o'clock, but the Sam mil be open at 10 a.t practice. A-Super heavyweight and ligl weight classes will be run, alo with a division for drivers und 16 years. A public address system a improved spectator facilities ha been, installed at the track. Bill Finnegan will drive a ka powered with a 1962 engine in t A-Super class. Galen Olsen « pilot a B-Super kart with the ne engine. Time trials will definitely icld, according to a club repr sentalive. Post positions will n be drawn, as has been done past events. Drivers from the Crescent Ci and Garberville areas will mak lie winter windup a two-coun championship. Bob Mercer and Ralph Whitt( are two top entries from Crescen City, u'hile Don Gruenes leads th Southern Humboldt compelitiors The B-Super class should featur .he driving of Bill Enderson, Ca Nelson and Glen Chabot. Eureka's Mike Gustafson an lalph Gilbert will also be on hani Spring Baseball League Opens Today In Eureka Competition was slated to star t 4 o'clock today in the Pla; ground Division of the Hecreatio 3epartment S p r i n g Baseba jeague. Ross and Hammond nines wer vie on the 20-30 Playgroun iamond. The loop will end Ma 1. Play continues Wednesday will arson and 20-30 teams meeting. Games start at 4 o'clock on eac cheduled day. All will be playe t the 20-30 field. The schedule follows. Tile last amed team is the home club: April 10 -- Ross vs. Hammond. April 11 -- Carson vs. 20-30. April 13 -- Ross vs. 20-30. April 17 -- make up game, i ceded. April 18 -- make up game, ceded. April 20 -- make up game, i eedcd. April 24 -- Hammond vs. Car in. April 25 -- Ross vs. Carson. April 27 -- 20-30 vs. Hammond. May 1 -- Hammond vs. Ross. May 2 -- 20-30 vs Carson. May 4 -- 20-30 vs. Ross. May 8 -- Carson vs. Hammond. May 9 -- Carson vs. Ross. May 11 -- Hammond vs. 20-30. Gold Nugget Ski Event Sunday LONG BARN (UPI) --The anal Gold Nupgct giant slalom ski ampionships will be held al odge Hidge Sunday, it was an unced Tuesday. Winners of 26 weekly evenls ring Ihe year will be compel; in the finals. Defending chain- in is Olio Sarlos of San Jose. U.O.P.Cage Co®ch To Change Jobs STOCKTON (DPI) -Van Sweet has resigned as coach of the University of Pacific basketball team in order lo return to his alma mater, Baylor University, as assistant athletic director. Sweet's resignation was announced Tuesday night by University of Pacific President Robert Burns, who said he was "very sorry" to see Sweet leave after a decade at Pacific. Sweet was also assistant golf coach at UOP. Pacific's basketball fortunes had hit bottom when Sweet took over in 1952. The Tigers won 3 and lost 20 Sweet's first year, but he slowly built up the Tigers' cage squads. Under Sweet's guidance, the Tigers joined the powerful West Coast Athletic Conference and took on a powerful list of intersectional cage foes. They generally found the going rough against these tough opponents and Sweet had a record of 81 and 148 in his 10 years. This- year's team turned in a 10-16 mark, but was loaded with a solid group of sophomores expected to improve Tiger fortunes in the years ahead. Sweet was all Southwest Conference forward at Baylor and then coached the Bears in 1943 before joining the Navy. After the war, Sweet came to Stockton in 1947 as cage coach of the Stockton Junior CoUege Mustangs. Outstanding players turned out by Sweet at Pacific included John Thomas, now with the San Francisco Forty Niner football team, Leroy Wright, nation's top re- bounder in 1948 and now a pro eager, and Ken Stanley, who rewrote all Hie Tiger scoring records and graduates this June. Burns said that a new coach had not yet been selected. The iob carries a salary of around ?8,500. Dodger Stadium Draws Acclaim As Big Success LOS ANGELES (UPI)-The new H8 million 56,000-seat Dodger Stadium is an artistic, financial and operational success today. All that remains is lo get a winning team. The Dodgers opened the season "uesday in their glittering Chavez lavine baseball palace before a rowd of 52,546 and then fell on heir faces as they lost to the Cincinnati Reds, 6-3. Despite the loss, the hometown rowd seemed to enjoy the new tadiuni. There were some gripes. One of the two elevators did not vork and a lot of people got lost rying to find their seats. Dodger Vice President Dick Valsh saii "There were a few nafus, but all in all it went pret- y well. We had some trouble ·ith cars vapor-locking in the arking area, and of course most eople were unfamiliar with the outes they were supposed to ake." This is the first baseball sta- ium built with private funds nee 1923 when Col. Jacob Hupert built Yankee Stadium for abe Ruth. Dodger President Walter O'Mal- T has brought baseball seating P to dale. There are no pillars o block the general view. In right eld, however, there were some omplaints from fans who could ot see the Scoreboard. Additional coreboards will be erected lo cov- r this problem. Leafs Rally To Defeat Hawks TORONTO (UPI) _ C o a c h eorge (Punch) Imlach agreed his oronlo Maple Leafs did a good b in beating the Chicago Black awks, 4-1, in the opening game the Stanley Cup final, but he ;urcs "we can do belter." The Leafs recovered from an rly 1-0 deficit against the Hawks 111 two goals in each of the next o periods as they caught the ndy City crew Hat and tired lowing their upset semifinal vic- ry over the National Hockey ague champion Montreal Cana- ens. 'We picked up as soon as the cond period got going and they ecked well throughout t h e me," said the balding Leaf nch, who doubles «s general anngor. He singled out digging ckic Duff, (he two-way left wing Ihc Toronto line of Duff, orgc Armstrong and center ve Kcon, for spcclnl prnise. 'Duff was hustling harder than lias for a long time," Imlach d.

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