Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 33
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 33

Eureka, California
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Thursday, April 12, 1962
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H-DN Baseball AKCATA -- Former Brookings- Andy Andreoli and Zane Grant Harbor High pitcher Howard Kamperman has been named by coach Jim McAuley to open on Uie hill Saturday for the Tigers. Kamperman will oppose the South Fork Cubs starting at 1 o'clock. He has turned in impressive performances this spring, in his first year at Arcata. McAuley put his c h a r g e s through hitting workouts this week. "I hope to see improvement in our team hitting," he commented. Today the HSC Junior 'Jacks were slated to visit the Tiger park. EUKEKA -- The Loggers and Hoopa will be deadlocked for fifth place when they clash Saturday 3n the \V3irior diamond. Both nines have 1-1 records for league play. Eureka's season mark is 2-3, while Hoopa has a 2-1 record. Coach Keith Darling planned to drill his club on defense and game situations this week. Some work on signals was probably also' in store, after Eureka's mixup Saturday against St. Bernard's. Next Wednesday the Loggers host Fortuna in a makeup game from March 17. FORTUNA -- Husky hopes for a high finish in the H-DN race get their stiffest test so far during the next week. Fortuna plays Del Norte Saturday, Eureka next Wednesday and Arcata a week from Saturday. Pitcher Pat O'Brien will hurl all three Games according to coach Bob Tomasini. The Warriors, Loggers and Tigers have combined records of 4-1 in league play and 10-9 overall. Fortuna has won its only two league games so far, but has lost all three practice tilts. Saturday's game in Crescent City is slated to start at 1 o'clock. A non-league game will probably be played following the loop clash. DEL NORTE -- It's the "moment of truth" for the Warriors Saturday when they oppose the Fortuna Huskies. Del Norte has posted a 2-0 league record and is tied for first place, but has faced only South Fork and McKinleyville. Fortuna features excellent pitching anc good hitting, and will be the toughest foe the Warriors have met all season. Del Norte's 5-2 overall record is will perform well against the Loggers. Hoopa's hitting against Eureka's Eon Harmon will be decisive, he adds. Trimble and Grant each wen he distance in games agains r ortuna last week. Beeson sale ic wanted to give Andreoli some relief work in the non-league tilt, )ut couldn't take Grant out because of his fine hurling. ST. BERNARD'S -- "I think our chances are pretty good if the dds hustle," coach Ray Mechals said today. St. Bernard's hosts Ferndale Saturday at 11 o'clock nt VJTW Pirk IL VJP w JrdlK. Mechals added a warning, however, to his forecast. He pointet out that Eureka didn't overwhelm Ferndale in their meeting ant hat the Wildcats have a poten- ially fine team. Tom Burger will take his usua spot on the mound for St. Bernard's. The Crusaders will he after heir third H-DN win and their seventh victory of the season in 10 tries. SOUTH FORK -- Dick Valles, Jim Mayhew and Curt Wood are all scheduled to see pitching action for the Cubs Saturday at Ar cata, according to coach Dary Chipman. They'll all work two or three nnings, Chipman said, "depend ng on how the scoring goes." Chipman is concerned with his outfielders' reactions. He com mented that they're slow and don't get a good jump on the ball. , The" Cubs take an 0-4-1 season record and an 0-2 H-DN mark nto the game. FERNDALE -- The Wildcat *ors that have scuttled thei chances for a win so far in 1962 Ferndale committed only thre lobbies against McKinleyville Wednesday. The 'Cats however will need their best performanc of the season to challenge St Bernard's Saturday. Infield and outfield drills wer stressed early in the week b coach Jack Monson. Pitcher Gene O'Connell, \vh had been sidelined with a hanc Wednesday. He went the seven inning distance and may be read S P O R T S HVMBOLDT STANDARD Thursday, April 12, 1962, P. 33 Baseball Standings By United Press International American League W L Pel. GB Chicago 1 0 1.000 ... tew York 1 0 1.000 ... Washington 1 o . . . Kansas City 1 1 .500 .% Boston 1 1 .500 '/· Cleveland 1 1 .500 '/. Minnesota 1 1 .500 % Baltimore 0 1 .000 1 Detroit 0 1 .000 1 Los Angeles 0 1 .000 1 Wednesday's Results Boston 4 Cleveland 0 (12 innings) Minnesota 8 Kansas City 0, night Detroit al Washington, night, ppd., rain. (Only Games Scheduled) Thursday's Games )etroit at Washington Minnesota at Kansas City Los Angeles at Chicago (Only Games Scheduled) National League W L Pet. GB San Francisco 2 0 1.000 . . . Houston 2 0 1.000 ... St. Louis 1 0 1.000 "A Pittsburgh 1 0 1.000 % Philadelphia 1 1 .500 1 Los Angeles 1 1 .500 1 Cincinnati 1 2 .333 1V4 New York 0 1 .000 Vk Chicago 0 2 .000 2 Milwaukee 0 2 .000 2 Wednesday's Results St. Louis 11 New York 4, night Houston 2 Chicago 0, night Los Angeles 6 Cincinnati 2, night San Fran. 3 Milwaukee 1, night Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, night, ppd., rain. Thursday's Games Chicago at Houston Cincinnati at Los Angeles, night (Only Games Scheduled) IP f · J 1 JC Swim Mark ( i * i » j .· i LOS ALTOS (UPI) - Foothil College of Los Altos claimed a new national junior college swimming record today after posting a 3:24.3 clocking in the 440-yard. The quartet or Mike Heweitt Bill Birch, Art Snyder and Le« Jamison posted the fast time Wednesday in a dual meet agains San Jose State. The Spartans won the meet, 51-44. The listed national JC mark i 3:25.2 set- by Santa Monica City Tnllppp last vear. Celtics Tri Tie Up PI · LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Outspoken Red Auerbach, feeling a lit cocky after his Boston Celtics evened their National Basketball Association playoff series with xs Angeles at two games apiece, igured today Boston was in good position lo win its fourth consecu- ivc NBA championship. "With the next Iwp out of three 1 games al Boston," chirped the raiding Auerbach Wednesday night after the Celtics dumped. he Lakers 115-13, "I feel we lave an edge." . There's something more than ust having two home games that ;ives Auerbach enough confidence o predict another championship- he Celtics' fifth in six years if they should win. Use Same Lineup When the Celtics host the Lakers Saturday night at Boston Gar- Leafs, Hawks To Resume Playoffs TORONTO (UPI) -- The Toron,o Maple Leafs, one game up on he defending champion Chicago Black Hawks in their Stanley Cup 'inal series, prepared for tonight's second game as if the series was just beginning. "That first one doesn't mean a Ihing," said Toronto Manager- Coach Punch Imlach. "Don't misunderstand, we're glad to have it ,n the bag, but I want our guys to forget about it altogether and iusl go out there with the idea ot winning the second game." Without actually saying it, the balding Imlach meant, as the cliche goes, "We're going to play them one at a time." But the ex- aerienced Imalch admitted he was a little embarrassed at using such a trite truism. The Leals, finalists in four ol the five years Imlach has been behind the bench, looked convincing downing the Hawks Tuesday night. "We played well, we checked well but I won't say it was our best effort," Imlach said. "We can play better. I'm not going to name names but there is room for improvement." It's a best-of-seven affair and if it goes that far the final game will be played here. The third and fourth are slated for Chicago Stadium with the fifth game here and the sixth game in Chicago it necessary. second only lo SI. Bernard's. Although Gerald Bergquisl injured an ankle while sliding into third base recently, he struck out 11 Brookings - Harbor High bat- lers Tuesday evening. He and regular hurler Jim Melhoff will pilch Salurday. MCKINLEYVILLE -- The glow of Iheir first H-DN'win this season still in full force, the Black Panthers take on Brookings-Harbor High's Bruins Friday and Saturday. McKinleyville defeated Ferndale 10-3 Wednesday on Bob Corson's six-hitter. F r i d a y Ihey meet Brookings on the Panlher diamond al 4 o'clock, and Saturday Ihe Iwo clubs play in Oregon. The Panthers b o o s l e d their H-DN season hitting mark from .203 to .222 against Ferndale. Tony Semore, who got a double and two singles Wednesday, will pitch against Brookings, according to coach Ed Estes. HOOPA -- Coach Joe Beeson looked over his club's chances for an upsel win over Ihe Eureka Loggers Ihis week and came up with Ihe prediction: "it depends on our hilling." Beeson is confidenl lhat his pilching slaff of Frank Trimble, our-of-seven scries, lhey'11 open with the same po\yerful lineup ily outplayed the helpless Lakers. Five Celtics scored 14 points or more and four grabbed at least 7 ebounds. Add to Ihese statislics he demoralizing Boston defense hat turned Laker shots into Boson fast break baskets, and it's lot hard to see why Auerbach ifford to be so self-certain. Possibly angered by a last-sec- md defeat in Tuesday isghl's game, the Cellics shocked Ihe Bakers and a parlisan crowd of 5,104 by shooling 51 per cenl rom Ihe floor in the first quarter while holding Los Angeles to 31 er cent. Boston was in front 32-20 at the close of lhal period and the Lakers were through. Russell Paces Attack Bill Russell, the jumping gianl vho has added a defl shooling ouch lo his oulslanding defensive 'lay and rebounding, lopped Ihe Boston attack. He scored 21 points and picked off 22 rebounds. Behind Russell came Tim Heinsohn with 19 points, Tom Sanders with 18, Bob Cousy with 17, Sam Jones with 14 and K. C. Jones with 12. The Lakers' marvelous Elgin Baylor led everyone with 38 points, and teammale Jerry Wesl scored 26. Bul Ihey couldn't offset the Celtics' fantastic learn play. Garden Mark REQMA Model Car Show Saturday Five trophies will be awarded aturday al Ihe Redwood Empire luarter M i d g e t Association's model car show al Ihe McKinleyville shopping cenler. The show will be held in conjunction with a rummage sale, starling at 9 o'clock. Entries must be in by 2 p.m. for final judging. Further information on the show may be obtained by calling VA 2-3975 after 6 p.m. REDSKINS SIGN COACH WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Ray by Ihe Washington Redskins. Will scy replaces Laverne Torgeson, who resigned to join the Pittsburgh Sleclers. '· MONTGOMERY WARD CORNER 4TH 'd. F EUREKA, CALIF. PHONE HI 3-3033 MONTGOMERY WARD the fishin' favorites! 5-HP SEA KING MOTOR NO MONEY DOWN 12-FT. 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