Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 30
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Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 12, 1962
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Dodgers To Send Stan Williams Against Cincinnati Tonight Edmonton Wins Hockey Playoffs l!v I'nitwl Press International each won three games. I t ' s all over in the Northern Division pUiyolTs where Edmonton has .swept through Calgary by a ·1-! mal'triii. Tlir Flyers, narrow winners OVIT Ciilysry and Spokane in regular season play, roared to a 9-2! winners. kd.-,ini] Wednesday night to win; Wednesday's Results l l i c twM-of-sevcn series. j Northern Division i'"".,n!()!i's foe in the final j Edmonton 9 Calgary 2 (Edmon- pl.-iyoffs will be determined Fri-jton wins. 4-1). · ;i\ n i g h t when I'nrtlaml and Spo-' kane square off at Spokane. Thoi ..nth. Edmonton took a 2-0 lead in the first period Wednesday night and fattened it to 6-1 after two stanzas to the delight of more than 5,500 fans. Eight different players blinked the red light for the Southern Division GREECE TEAM SIGNED NEW YORK (UPD-The Inter national S o c c e r League ha signed the Panathinaicos (PAO, learn of Athens, Greece, lo com pete in its third season of play opening May 20. Panalhinaicos, champions o Greece the past, two years, wi: compete in the second sectioi along with Zaragosa of Spain Elfsborg of Sweden, Bclcnense of Portugal, MTK of Hungary am iern Division finalists havejand Spokane tied 3-3). No games scheduled (Portland the Wiener Sport Club of Austria here April 14. ALL PRICES SLASHED No Payments For 45 Days 2 D r . H«rd Tap, Full Power WAS NOW 1961 PONTIAC $2899 $261© ·I Dr., HosUr, Radio, Slandard Transmiiion ij-mf».fb J*L I960 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON 2199 $1980 Spotr Sedan, Heatur R»Jio, Pow.r Glid«, 250 Engine V-J ·«%ifkjf« 1960 IMPALA 2199 1980 _ J I T - - 1440 1440 1800 1800 810 1440 1710 1124 1620 1440 1300 2199 1 Dr.. 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Hard Top, Healer S Radio, Automatic, Full Power 1956 OLDSMOBIIE 899 " Dr. Hard Top, Healer t Radio, Aulomatic Power 1956 FORD 699 Wo'lFORD " '""^"'.^""^ ........ 699 TRANSPORTATION BARGAINS 1956 OLDS 2 dr hardtop, radio, heater, auto, trans. $ 899 $ 810 1956 FORD 4 dr, heater, radio, auto., power steer. 699 630 1956 FORD 2 dr, radio, heater, auto., power steer. 699 630 !956 MERCURY 2 dr hardtop, radio, heater, auto. 599 540 !956 CHEVROLET, radio, heater, auto, trans. 899 810 1955 PONTIAC hardtop, full power 499 404 1955 CHEV Belair, heater, radio, power glide 599 450 1955 CHRYSLER 2 dr hardtop, auto, trans., power 699 630 1955 RAMBLER station wagon, auto, trans. 599 450 I q 55 CHEV 2 dr station wagon, radio, htr., overdrive 599 540 1955 FORD station wagon, heater, radio, auto, trans. 599 540 I954's I953's, I952's from $99 to $199 COMMERCIALS Was Now 1961 CORVAIR PICKUP, 4-speed trans., heater $2149 $1935 I960 AUSTIN GYPSY JEEP, diesel, low mileage 1999 1800 I960 CHEV lA-Ton Pickup, radio, heater; 3-speed 1799 1620 I960 DATSUN Pickup 599 540 f959 CHEV l/ 2 -Ton Pickup, heater, 4-speed 1499 1350 1956 INTERNATIONAL l/ 2 -Ton Pickup, 4-wheel drive 899 810 1956 CHEV l/ 2 -Ton Pickup, heater, radio, 4-speed 899 810 1955 WILLYS JEEP, excellent condition 1099 999 1955 INTERNATIONAL l/ 2 -Tpn Pickup, 3-speed 449 405 HURRY DOWN FOR HIGH TRADE-INS - LOW DOWN CHEVROLET 13TH MAIN FORTUNA Kou/ax's Four-Hit Job Evens Series Af Chavez Ravine LOS ANGELES (UPD--Burly Stan Williams lakes the mound onighl for Hie Los Angeles Dodgers with (he hope he can duplicate Sandy Koufax' performance Wednesday night against the Cincinnati teds. A crowd of 35,296 turned or the first game under Kmifax, the strikeout king of he National League, had a one- littcr going for eight innings and venkencd slightly in the ninth. Jut he emerged with a 6-2 vic- ory on four hits. And if Wally Moon hadn't lost Eddie Kasko's fly ball in the un- amiliar lights of the new Chavez Ravine stadium for a double, ·Coufax might have had a no- litter going for eight innings. out the ighls in the new'$18 million ball tark, illuminated by some 2 mil- ion watts of lights. Gillmm Homers ' Although the Dodgers got only iix hits off three Cincinnati pitchers four of them were good for extra bases topped by Jim Giliam's two-run homer in the third nning when they scored four runs. It was only the second time in his career the normally slow starting Koufax has won a game n April. He attributed it chiefly o his fast ball. The Dodgers got five of their six runs off loser Moe Drabowsky, vho worked four innings. But to- Revel Packs Top Weight Saturday SAN BRUNO (UPD-Hclcn L. Kcnaslon's Revel attempts a longer race than usual Saturday when ic packs high weight of 121 pounds in Uie $15.000 added Wcsl- ake Handicap at Tanforan. Recognized as the West's lop sprinter, the six-year-old speedster will be asked to spot 16 po- ential rivals from 1 to 15 pounds over a mile and a sixteenth. Neil s. McCarthy's Kentucky Derby hopeful, Royal Attack, has entered the race against more 'etcran foes and will shoulder 113, pounds. Meanwhile, owners of Sir Ribot announced he will bypass the $35,000 California Derby at Tan- Ccntucky Derby. Trainer Frank Childs said thai Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner Jr. English bred horse was under the weather last S a t u r d a y , even though he won the California Derby Trial by a narrow margin. He was found lo be running a tern- perature Salurday night. Childs and jockey Ray York said Sir Ribot failed lo respond called that he breezed to a win in the Millbrae Purse by better the hope thai Ihe horse would be i this kind of shape for Kentucky. night manager Fred Hutchinson calls on his lop hurler, Joe Jay, who led the National League last season with 21 victories and was major factor in the reds' pennant triumph. The extra-base barrage Wednesday night started in the third inning when shortstop Maury Wills led off with a triple, and was followed by Gilliam's homer into the right field stands some 350 feel [rom the plate. Pinson Spoils 1-IIiltcr Duke Snider got into the act with a double to score Moon who had walked. Snider came home on Ron Fairly's sacrifice fly. Willie Davis led off the fourth with a triple and scored on Wills' fly. The final Dodger run came off relief Dave Sisler who walked four men in a row in the fifth, Vada Pinson robbed Koufax o( a possible one-hitter by leading iff the ninth with a single. Frank Robinson then doubled and Pinson scored Wally Post's single anc Robinson came home when Gordie Coleman hit into a double play. Snider suffered a slightly pullec muscle in his left leg after gel- ting a double and was forced to retire from the game. Manager Walt Alston said he would resl Ihe veteran tonight. By driving Moon, Snider recorded his 1,241st run batted in to lie Frankie Friseh for ninlh place on the all- time Nalional League RBI list !ureka 1 1 loopa ,, 1 I IcKinleyvillc .... 1 3 oulh Fork 0 2 Fenidale 0 3 Injured Fighter Is Improving ELUEFIELD, W. Va. (UPD- Heavyweight boxer Tunney Hunsaker continues to show some improvement from a brain injury suffered in a bout last Friday night. Dr. E. L. Gage, who performed AVO emergency brain operations on the former police chief, sale "oran a week from Saturday in Wednesday that Hunsaker showec order to be shipshape for the a "gradual but slow improvement." Hunsaker was able to eat a few crushed beans, some mashed po tatoes and other soft foods Wednesday, Gage said. Hunsaker was knocked out Joe (Shotgun) Sheldon of Clove land with only seven seconds re maining in their 10-round fight ai Beckley, W.Va. He was taken to the Bluefielc ivith his usual punch. They re- Sanitarium here where Gage per formed the first operation ·earlj Saturday. Gage operated again on than nine lengths and expressed Sunday and Hunsaker has been improving since then. He was tak en off the critical list Monday. Spectacular Value in Car Radio! MOTOROLA TRANSISTOR-POWERED CAR RADIO Compares irffh cor radios canting many dollars more/ SEPIC'S AUTOMOTIVE AND BOATING SUPPLIES -- Radio TV 7th C Street Eureka SPORTS HVMBOLUTSTANDARD ursday, April 12, 1962, P. 30 Eureka Jr. High Nelters Triumph Greg Gephart and Paul Jackon captured a 6-1 tennis vie- over Steve Koskclla anc ob Kfdder to give the Eureka unior High net squad a 3-2 win gainst McKinleyville High's quad Wednesday. McKinleyville led 2-1 at one Kint, but EJH won two straight matches to earn the overal riumph. The results: Alldyn Marty, M, defeated Bob odgson 6-4. Lon Fitzpatrick, E, defeata ill Kuntz, 6-1. Kidder, M, defeated Gephart: 4. Hodgson and Fitzpatrick, E efeated Marty and Kuntz, 6-3. Gephart and Jackson, E, de eated Kidder and Koskclla, 6-1 HUMBOLDT-DEL NORTE Baseball Teams-- W. L. Pet. GB 'ortuna 2 0 1.000 .. 3el Norte 2 0 1.000 .. t. Bernard's ... 2 0 1.000 .. rcata 1 0 1.000 .. .500 1 .500 1 .2502 .000 2 .000 V/ Lightweights To Battle April 21 LAS VEGAS (UPD-The once- postponed lightweight championship^ fight between litlist Joe Brown and Carlos Ortiz, now set or April 21, apparently again has nereased in interest and could draw a gate ot $70,000 or belter. Promoter Mel G r e b said Wednesday that the advance sale 'or the bout already has hit ?42,000 and predicted the $70,000 :igure when the principals step into the convention center ring a week from Saturday. Both fighters worked four roupds Wednesday in preparation for the 15-round nationally televised title bout. Both appeared in top condition. PHILADELPHIA (DPI) -- Lou llrong, Professional Golfers ilation president, said Wednesday he PGA championship may be ilayed permanently at Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., beginning with the 1964 tournament. The 1962 event is scheduled for he Aronomink Golf Club, outside MI 'hiladelphia, in July and the 1963 ourney is committed to Dallas, Tex. "But after that there is a distinct possibility -that the 1964 schedule, championship will be played at Palm Beach Gardens," said SIGN Strong, who came here with top PGA officials lo inspect the Aro- nomink layout. The championship's future will HUMBOLDT-DEL NORTE CIF LEAGUE TENNIS STANDINGS Boys' Division W L Pel, GB x Eureka 4 01.000 -Del Norle ...- 2 1 .667 IV SI. Bernard's .... 2 1 -667 IV McKinlcyville .... i 2 .333 South Fork ....... 0 2 .000 Fortuna 0 3 .000 3!- Girls' Division W L Pet. GB s St. Bernard's ...3 0 1.000 -Eureka ..: 3 1 .750 Del Norte 2 1 .667 McKinlcyville .... 1 2 .333 South Fork 0 2 Fortuna 0 3 .000 .000 : -- defending champion NOW! 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