New Team Leader As HBA Tourney Enters Fifth Day Zodiac Reveals Future * * * * * * * Good Days Ahead For Mantle, Mays S P O R T S HUMBULDT STANDARD Thuriday, April 12, 1962, P. 32 NEW YORK (UPI) -- If you fished after 4:36 a.m. today you wasted your time. Sonny Liston should win the heavyweight title in June, Mickey Mantle and Wil lie Mays will have good seasons and Arnold Palmer has a great chance of scoring his big slam this year. It's all right there in the zodiac. That means, as 1 understand it in a book sent to me by a friend, the way your life is affected by the moon, the stars and the various planets. Personally 1 have seen mi- share of stars from lime to time and nobody can convince me that it's a good tiling for the shape of your features. There also are those who contend I've sat around in the moon and taken on a little too much shine from time to time. Swear By Astrology But, as 1 get it, a lot of peo- pie swear by this stuff called as Irology. And this little book, Madame Lasagna, gives you everything but the time of day you shouldn't step off the curb in front of a bus. On what are noted as "good days," it is presumed! that if you step in front of the bus all you do is dent the fender. Anyhow, I have looked up Ihe future portents for some of my athletic heroes and it makes for interesting observations. Consider the possibilities for Liston, who some time in June fights for tlie heavyweight title. All I can say is that Floyd Patterson heller be careful what date he picks. The even numbered days arc "adverse" for him and rest of Ihe days in those Ihree events arc going for him--as well as the fact that he's a helluva golfer. Pour old Sam Snead looks like lie's in for another tough Open. Sam, who is a geinini, and I'll bet you didn't know that, is at one of liis lowest ebbs on the final day of the Open. Which, it might be added, is more or less running true to form, for him. Lislon has only four "bad" days Scl , ks ,.-,,,., 0 -June 12, 20, 25 and 27. If they! .. , fight on the 12th it shapes up as | Bu " lio Â« a "' scckln S a rccord a turkey. It's a bad day for both!TM' Open championship, is right 0 [ them. I in between a couple of stars while ins higher than last year's wining lolal and lops second place Iroeker-Anglo by 133 pins. No new leaders emerged from oubles and singles competition. The tournament continues tonight Â·ith teams al Arcala Bowl and oubles and singles at E 0 lowl. Last year's doubles champions, The same goes for the May 12 NBA light heavyweight title bout between Doug Jones and Harold Johnson. It's a bad day for both, so a double knockout is in Ihe lunar ledger. Palmer, who this week won Ihe Masters, has bis heart set on a "big slam" of the U.S. and British opens and the PGA. Well, Arnie had better be careful on Ihe final day of the Open al Oakmont. That's the one bad day of his whole competitive setup. All the tapering off from good to bad. So you've got to make your own decision as far as he's concerned Mays and Mantle have it going for them with 65 "good" days during the season against only 2( "adverse" days. On the in-between days they'll probably have lo settle for triples. As for you fishermen, the zodiac says that during the summer the best time for angling is from sunrise lo three hours afterwards And you can tell me about it when you get back. IS THE MOST WE'VE SPENT ON REPAIRS!! We have five Dodge trucks, from one to four years old.They average 10,000 miles a year each. The highest repair bill on any one of them has been $65. None of them has been overhauled. There have been few repairs of any kind.)? Elephant Lumber Co., Columbus, Ohio DODGE TRUCKS FOR 1962 have more than 50 important engineering advancements that make them tougher, more tight-fisted than ever. And new advancements come along just about every day. But with all that, Dodge trucks are priced lower than most of the competition, right in line with the rest. Talk over your trucking problems with your Dodge dealer. Get your trucking costs down where they belong --with Dodge, America's only Job-Rated truck! 4th * A Streets K. B, McCarthy Gray's Rug Cuffers Bowl 3146 Series; No Other Changes Gray's Rug Cutters rolled a sizzling 3146 team scries lo take over eadcrship of (he 18lh Annual Uumboldt Howling Association Uandi- ap Tournament Wednesday night. The new leaders' score is 102 Inn, D u r a b l e Plywood, Kwik Kafe, Eureka .Trailer Sales, Perfection Motors, Pete's Tavern, Eureka Saw Shop, All Brite Lumber, Golden State, Campion Electric, LOOM. 9:00 -- Webb's Flying A, DC Groat's Texaco, Humboldt Beacon, Wotherspoon Shell, Pacific Retail Lumber, West Coast Lum\1 Pollard and Bob Wright, are beri N 5. 5 Liquors, Mercer Fra cheduled lo bowl Friday. They urned in a 1343 score,- and Polard's all-events tolal of 2011 also vas high. The top five teams now are: ser Company, Teachers, Matthews Clh J, Hammond, E 0 Mar kef. Doubles 4i Singles Gray's Rug Cutters, 3146; Crock-j 6:45 _ Bill Finnegan Jr. - Jcx ir-Anglo, 3103; E 8; 0, 3093; Bel- Backslrom, Len Stevens - Hank a Vista, 3037, and Country Club Smith, Sven Haggmark Market, 3033. Singles leaders are Pete Evans, Hank Shay - Jerry^ Dalton, Har 23; Hoy Jackson, 702; Rich Lips- ~' J omb, 676; Frank Borges, 676; Bill Boyd, 671; Glen Wasson, 669: Don Ralston, 669; Dan Rake- traw, 667; Jim Erhard, 664; and Roy Hamilton, 662. Doubles leaders are Pete Laron and Clayton Knowles, 1326; Ran and Rich Lipscomb, 1294: oe Womble and Jim Godfrey, 283; Dick Foster and Mel Naf- ick, 1270; and Don Late and Voodrow Miller, 1261. Art Woods leads all-events with 991 and Dick Wilson leads high ;ame competition at 295. FRIDAY Team Events 6:45 -- Gil's Creamlinc, Rancho Archil A. Day. Jack Cloney - Al Mosher old Johnson - Lloyd Laphan Chuck Pavlich - Mel Jarvella Len Williamson - Grant Hartley Al Henricksen - Don Knapp, Hen ry Zeibak - Joe Thome, Carl Es kildsen - Robert Griggs, Frank Grant - Ralph Stark. S;45 -- Phil Goitre - Carl Bishop Bob Wright - Al Pollard, William Webb - Gert Jenson, Jim Hcrsh bcrger - Bob James, Bob Morltz Bob Billson, Bob White - Bil Wright, Rabbit Rubira - Bill; Ivy, Harry Green - Willie Wf Hams, Don Pollock - Chuck Dav idson, Hal Einman - Tom Rain water, Dave Gustafson - Dav Helton, Herman Smith - New Martin. Chips And Putts REDWOOD EMPIRE Redwood golfers will travel (o Ukiah this Sunday for . a Home md Home. A good turnout of lo- al players is expected to make he trip. Last S u n d a y a Sweepstakes event was held as well as the inal 18 holes of the Medalist play Larry Walsvick, first place winner with a 203 for the fifty fou loles, and other winners are pic- ured elsewhere. Cecil Jo Hind- ey won the sweepstakes with a ow net of 02, followed by Dort Gulliksen, 63; Wayne Cave, 64 Don Carlson, 67; Olin Prentiss, 68; and a three-way tie at 70 among Ange Barsanti, Joe Dun gan and Walsvick. Roger Low was closest to the pin and Art Bravo next. On Wednesday the men playet best nine holes with one-hall handicap. Among the 34 entries Joe Dusina and Herb Sapper tiec for first place, each with a 31 Bob Treadwell in second, 31',4 Julio Rovai third with 32; Art Brown, Len Farris and Sippy Cov ington tied at 34 for fourth. The Blind Partners Low net 01 Saturday was won by Art Bravi and Bill Herndon. The Ladies Handicap vs. Pai tournament on Tuesday saw Car olyn Covington winning the t. Flight; Marion Hansen and Car olyn Low the B flight winners with Carolyn also low net for the plaque at 71. Plans are being made for th Southern Uumboldt Invitationa on May 19 and 20, co-sponsorei by the Redwood Course and th Chamber of Commerce. HALLANDALE, Fla. (UPI) -^ They'll ship Hidan off lo Ken- ucky today with his reputation lightly enhanced, but it will take more than larruping a lady to lake him a big man with the ardbools. Ridan, who won all seven of his print races as a two-year-old, as been less than sensational bis year when they sent him a distance. He had been flattened wice at a mile and an eighth he- ore he scored a nose victory over he filly Cicada in Saturday'; 100,000 added Florida Derby. But before his followers go over- o take a peek at the respective imes. Ridan. who was being billed as "wonder horse," set people really to. wondering when he ab sorbed three straight shellackings his winter. He won his first start at six furlongs and then the barn roof fell in. Finishes Fading Second He was on the head end in the ;even furlong Bahamas under Willie Hartack, who is quite a Florida Derby--on a fast track--isore-ankled dude can wing it and NAMED WRESTLING COACH NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI) Henry P. Campbell has been ap pointed head coach of wrestling a Yale University, effective July 1 Exclusively at GALLENKAMP'S MADISON SQUARE Shoes for men In black smooth leather with featherweight "Sil-o-welt" sole. Sizes 6 l / 2 - l l , medium widths. Braided mac vamp slip-on with adjustable strap and hidden elastic gore for snug fit. Side tie hook and eyelet oxford that is dramatically sleek and handsome. Ridan's 'Wonder Horse' Tag Could Be Misnomer bird, being set back to fourth for nterference. The stable had Hartack off him and gave Ismael Valenzuela, another top jock, a shot. Ridan got up to second in the mile and an eighth Flamingo and then fadec .0 third. He got second money .hrough another disqualification when they took it away from Sunrise County for allegedly lugging out in front of Ridan. But some thing called Prego still had Ridan topped. Then, Saturday, in a field thai ill never go down in history as one of the greatest ever asscm bled, Ridan came from third rider if not the world's greatest diplomat, and finished a fading second. He was on top in the mile and an eighth Everglades under REQMA To Stage Practice Race The Redwood Empire Quarter Widget Association will hold its irst practice race of the season Sunday at the Parkside Speedway. Time trials start at 1:30 o'clock and races begin at 2 p.m. The first full races of the year will be April 22. joard holding an anchor it's well P lace 'Â» nip Cicada at the wire He looked her in the eye midwaj down the stretch and it is highly significant that he didn't beat hei off but they banged away shoul der to shoulder all the way to tin picture. The time, too, is significant. Ridan, in scoring by a nostril was clocked in 1:50 2-5. One of Slowest Runnings Everglades to beat him both .imes. Sir Gaylord's time for the longer effort was 1:48 2-5. Sunrise County's lime in beating Ridan in the Flamingo was 1:49 fait. Both of those clockings make Ridan's Florida Derby clocking of 1:50 2-5 look a bit ice wagon. In this victory, Manuel Ycaza, another of the top iron artists, was handling the reins and Ridan was driving and about ridden out when they crossed the wire. So what happens when they extend the yardage by going a mile and a quarter in the Kentucky Derby? Well, to walk out on a limb, I doubt if Ridan can make it that far, particularly if they get Sir It was the slowest running of IheJGaylord back to the races. That in seven years. Take into consideration, too, that Sir Gaylord collared Ridan, in both the seven furlong Bahanv Hartack and finished a dwindling as and the mile and an eighth there is no question that he can go a mile and a quarter and still have enough wind left over to play "My Old Kentucky Home" saxophone. 6.70 X 15 U will, tubs-tjp!, plus in ana tin oil your car f $2 .00 MORE FOR TUBELESS HOT SECONDS! 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