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Friday, April 13, 1962
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Giants, Reds Open Series At Candlestick Tonight Three-Game Streak On Line As Pierce O'Toole SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-Up it comes Friday the 13th and the San Francisco Giants, unbeaten so far this season, risk a three game winning streak tonight against the Cincinnati Reds. Manager Fred Hutchinson of the National League champs plans to lead with southpaw Jim O'Toole in the opener of the three-game series. Alvin Dark of the Giants will counter with Billy Pierce also a left-hander whom the Giants acquired last December from the Chicago While Sox. Although the veteran Pierce was well battered in spring training, he seemed to be hitting his stride in his last two Cactus loop appearances, Dark said. Jose Pagan was the hero for the Giants Thursday despite two throwing errors from his shortstop position. The wiry Puerto Rican clubbed a three run triple off Bob Buhl of the Milwaukee Braves in the first inning, singled in another run during the third then doubled and tallied in the seventh. It all added up to an 8-4 victory over the Braves and made Jack Sanford a winner his first time out. The big right hander was removed in the eighth inning when he gave up a bases loaded home run to Joe Adcock. Stu Miller took over with none out, retired the side, and held the Braves in check the rest of the way. The Giants scored four times in PCL Briefs By United Press International VERO BEACH, Fla. (UPI) Spokane surrendered three runs to Salem in the first, then exploded lor seven on the way to a 13-5 win Thursday. The first 10 Indians to bat reached first and Irv Knowles doubled with the bases loaded. The Indians end their training schedule today against Omaha and then depart for Tuesday's Pacific Coast League opener at Portland. CASA GRANDE, Ariz. (UPD-- Floyd Weaver continued his sharp spring pitching as he hurled Salt Lake to a 9-2 win over Tacoma Thursday. Weaver, likely Opening Day pitcher for Salt Lake, went all the way and surrendered four hits. John Goetz started for Tacoma and was relieved by Luis Penalver. The Giants scored in the first on hits by Jose Cardenal and Bob Perry and an error. From there on. Weaver allowed only two singles and retired 15 consecutive batters during one stretch. the first inning, with Pagan slam ming his triple to right center field after Orlando Cepeda's sacrifice fly had brought in the first in. Three straight singles sent Buhl to an early shower in the third frame with Felipe Alou, Ed Bailey and Pagan getting the range. Pagan's single scored Alou and Manager Birdie Tebbetts of the Braves then replaced Buhl with Don Nottebart. A two base error by right Fielder Mack Jones set the stage For two unearned runs in the fourth frame, one scoring on a bases loaded pass to Felipe Alou and another on a long sacrifice fly by Bailey that Henry Aaron grabbed with his back against the center field fence. Sanford fanned three, gave up four walks and allowed six hits for seven plus innings of work. Left fielder Harvey Kuenn made a fine, diving catch of Aaron's sinking liner in the sixth inning to head off another possible run. SAN FRANCISCO MILWAUKEE ab r h bl ab r h bl Kuenn If 4 2 2 0 Bedell If 5 0 2 0 Miller 2 b 4 1 0 0 Jones r f 3 1 1 0 Mays cf 3 2 0 0 H.Aaron c f ' 5 1 1 0 Cepeda Ib 2 0 0 1 Mathews 3b 4 1 0 0 F.Alou rf 2 2 1 1 Adcock Ib 3 1 1 4 Bailey c 3 0 1 1 Crandall c 4 0 1 0 Pagan s s 4 1 3 4 Boiling 2 b 3 0 0 0 Daven't 3b 4 0 1 1 Samuel ss 4 0 0 ( Sanford p 3 0 0 0 Buhl p 1 0 0 0 Miller p 0 0 0 o Noll'barf p 1 0 1 0 Kllmch'k 1 0 0 0 McMahon p 0 0 0 0 bTorre 1 0 0 0 Totals 29 B a BTolals 35 4 7 4 a--Grounded out for Noltebart In 7th; b--Lined out for McMahon In 9th. Milwaukee 000000040--4 They always said pitching was the A's. I per cent of baseball but the Baseball Results Houston Colt .45s may yet prove American league 000 000 001-- 1 5 0 Chicago 000 000 000-- 0 4 1 McBride (1 - 0) and Rodgers. o become the surprise team of Horlen (0-1) and Lollar. HR -- manager Harry Craft have come p with a "sleeper" pitching staff r that somebody bored holes in ie Cubs' bals. Stone, who formerly pitched in lie majors with the Washington jenators, Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals, struck out nine latlers and walked two. It was ils first big league victory since May 26, 1957, when he shut out Baltimore. Drafted By Colts San Francisco . . 401 200 lOx--fl E--Jones, Pagan, 2. PO-A--Milwaukee 24-B, San Francisco 27-14. DP--Samuel and Boiling; Nottebsrt, Samuel and Adcock. LOB--Milwaukee 9, San Francisco 7. 23--Crandall, Kuenn, Pagan, Jones. 3B--Pagan, Bailey. IP H R SF-Cepeda, ER BB SO ,uhl (L, 0-1) ... 2 t 5 5 I Nottebart 4 0 2 0 4 McMahon 2 2 1 1 0 ySanlord ( W , 1-0) 7 6 4 3 5 Miller 2 1 0 0 0 x--Faced 3 men in 3rd; y--Faced PB--Crandall. U--Pelekoudas, Walsh, Conlan, Burkhart. T--2:45. A--9,177. al League last season, was draft- d by the Colts last Nov. 27. It vas the second straight shutout urned in by Colt pitchers and an the Cubs' string of consecu- ive scoreless innings to 19. The San Francisco Giants also emained unbeaten in three ames with an 8-4 decision over he Milwaukee Braves and the Los Angeles Dodgers ripped the Cincinnati Reds, 11-7, in other Na- Winncr -- Richert (1-0). Loser- Jay (0-2). HR--Post, Lynch. Masters Kegling Tourney To Open DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI) -- tional League games while the gome O f the nation's lop bowlers Los Angeles Angels shaded the DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (UPI) -- Toronto of the International League scored an unearned run in the 10th inning without a hit and edged Portland, 54, in an exhibition game Thursday. Ron Debus homered for the Beavers and Tony Bartirome had three hits. Gordy Jones pitched the first six innings for Portland and allowed only two hits. Two walks and an error brought in the deciding run in the 10th. SAN BERNARDINO, C a l i f . (UPD-Dallas-Fort Worth hammered out 16 hits, including 10 extra base blows, and downed Hawaii in an exhibition game, 16-4, Thursday. The islanders were to depart for Honolulu today. Foriuna Blanked By Crusaders' Tennis Teams St Bernard's High's netters invaded the Fortuna Husky courts Thn-sday and came away with (heir third sweep of the season. · The Crusader hoys' team postc a 3-1 win, while the girls won 4-0 for their fourth straight vie lory. The results included: Louise Bonomini, SB, defeated Linda Zerlang, 6-3, 6-1. Joan Beck. SB, defeated Donna Davis, 6-1, 6-0. Marilyn Donne, SB, dofcalec Pat Slianahan, 6-3, 6-1. Jeannetlc Davy and M a r s h a Oakes, SB, defeated Helen Roll and Jill Mclnllre, 6-0, 6-0. Dennis Oakcs, SB, defeated Ed Wcnlzcll, 6-1. 6-1. Dnenis Giickccn, SB, dcfeatcc Rich Clnyson, 2-6, 6-3, 6-0. Steve Wells, F, defeated Tom Campbell 6-4, 6-4. 1 Onkes and Giickccn, SM, de lealcd Wcnlzcll and Clayson, 6-2 0-2. Golf Lessons To Get Underway In Eureka Tuesday Beginning Tuesday, April 17th, Eureka Recreation and "Parks jepartment - sponsored golf clinic ·ill be held for beginners and dvanced golfers at the Eureka lunicipal Auditorium. A total of six lessons will be iven with the last one conducted t the Eureka Municipal Goll ourse. Classes will be held Tuesday nd Thursday evenings. The first s scheduled from 7:30 to 8:30 and tie second for the following hour. The cost for the six lessons is hree dollars. Everything the goll tudent needs will be furnished ree of charge. Registration will be held at the Eureka Recreation Department ffice in the Carson Memoria Hiilding. Additional information may be obtained by calling Hillside 3-7331. Club Pro Carson Hollis will in- truct the lessons. HSC Net Squad Meets Seattle ASHLAND, Oregon -- Humboldi State's tennis squad went into a our-way competition here toda; sporting a 2-2 season record. The Lumberjacks were sched uled to meet the University o Seattle Chieftains on Ihe Southern Oregon College courts. Saturday they play Oregon Slal College and Southern Oregon. Members of the HSC team are Lcs Brinkman, Gary Peterson Steve Harrow, Bill Davis and Har vey Doerkscn. Abbot Squire wil join UK squad Saturday. Hole-ln-One Play Slated Saturday A $10 merchandise order am two chicken · dinners will be tin m grand prize in the Eureka Hig Key Club's hole-in-one conies Saturday. The ace compctilion slarls o'clock at Eureka Municipa Golf Course. Divisions will be hcl for gclfcrs under 16 and over 6; as well ns the normal class an a women's division. Proceeds go lo send Ibe Ell Hub members to n convention i San Diego. SPORTS tfUMBOLDT STANDARD Friday,, April 13, 1962, Page 15 Surprising Coll .45s In Third Win Over (hicubs By FRED DOWN DPI Sports Writer lorner in as many games help ihe Twins to their win over t's really 100 per cent of the ame. The Colt .45s aren't supposed to Los Angeles Detroit at Washington, Ppd. rain. ave anything else except pitch ng but that's all they've needed ie 1962 major league baseball eason. And it all comes as no urprise to General Manager Paul Richards because that's the way e planned it. The Colt .45s made it three in row Thursday when they beat ie Chicago Cubs, 2-0, behind the iree-hit pitching of Dean Stone. 013 020 201- 9 9 0 010 300 010-- 5 12 0 'heir pitching staff has now al- owed the grand total of two runs Milwaukee ind 17 hits in three games--which [leans that either Richards and Wagner. Minnesota Kan. City Lee, Bonikowski (4) and Battcy. Bass, Segui (5), Pfister (7), Osinski (9) and Azcue. Winner -- Bonikowski (1-01. Loser -- Bass (0-1). HHS -- Battey, Howser. (7) and Crandall. Sanford, Miller (8) and Bailey. Winner -- Sanford (1-0). Loser -- Buhl (0-1) HR -- Adcock. Chicago 000 000 000-- 0 3 1 Houston 000 100 Olx-- 2 4 1 Curtis, Gerard (8), Anderson (8) and Thacker, Barragan (8) Stone (1-0) and Smith. Loser -Curtis (0-1). Cincinnati 040 000 021-- 7 7 4 Stone, who had a i'w record Los Angeles 000 073 Olx-11 16 1 or Charleston in the Internation- ^' MlIIer 5) - m TM n K Minnesota Twins defeated the ansas City A's, 9-5, in American League games. Jose Pagan drove in four runs vilh a triple, double and single o lead an eight-hit San Francisco llack. Jack Sanford went seven nnings for the victory although ;tu Miller took over in the eighth ifter Joe Adcock's grand slam lomer. Richert Ties Record Rookie Pete Richert tied a big eague record by striking out four ailers in one inning -- he also n the Dodgers' second straight sack doubles by Wally Moon and lohnny Roseboro highlighted the Dodgers' seven-run fifth inning his first big league game. Joey Jay, a 21-game winner last eason, suffered his s e c o n d straight loss for the Reds. Ken McBride pitched a four-hit- to beat Joel Horlen and the irtment vhite Sox when Leon Wagner jpened the ninth inning with a lomer in the lower right field stands. McBride and Horlen each struck out six in a brilliant pitch- ng duel. A crowd of only 851 in Kansas City saw Earl Battey's second National League 000 000 040-- 4 7 1 ;an Fran. 401 2CO lOx-- 8 8 Buhl, Nottebart 3), McMahon Klippstein (7) and Edwards. Wil Hams, Richert and Roseboro, Moeller (6) Sherry (s). will go to the line here Saturdaj Chicago White Sox,. 1-0, and the to launch a five-day drive for one of the richest purses in the 12- year history of the American Bowling Congress' Masters tournament. The qualifying group of 480 will be pared to 48 Saturday and Sunday. They will join eight exempt bowlers and eight state representatives for the double-elimination m a t c h game championships ivhich will run through day anc night sessions Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. A record prize fund of $10,520 will be awarded, including ?3,000 truck out six straight batters-- to the champion. The top prize exceeds $2,500 which defending victory over the Reds. Back-to- champion Don Carter, St. Louis Mo., received last year. Carter and three other former Masters champions are among and paved the way for Richert to the eight exempt from the two days of qualifying trials. Other former champions are Billy Golembiewski, Detroit, and Ray Bluth and Tom Hennessey both of St. Louis. Also exempt from qualifying tests are Dick Weber, St. Louis the 1961 bowler of the year; Ed die Lubanski, Detroit, curren ABC 30-year average leader; Bob Brayman, Detroit, 1961 classic division allevents champion; am Luke Karan, Detroit, 1961 regular division all-events champion. Junior Jacks In 12fh Straff Al tola Jliimholdl State's Junior 'Jacks extended their win streak to 12 games Thursday by dumping the Arcala Tigr.Ts 8-4 in a free-swinging contest. Kiich club smacked eight hits and left 11 runners on the bases. I hii-rl baseman Dan Sousa led the collegians with a triple and two (singles in five trips, and three RBl's. llumboldt State trailed 1-0 after the first inning hut scored three runs in their halt of the second. T h e '.lacks were never headed after that, boosting the margin to « 2 by the seventh. Former Tiger Jay Dickinson was the winning pitcher. He held tile Arcnlans to two runs over six innings before leaving the game with a back strain suffered while sliding into second. Marion Scmore tripled for Arcata's longest hit. Tim ions JUNIOR JACKS Pos. AD R H PO HOUSTON: The Houston Colt 45s opened the season by taking three straight games from the Chicago Cubs in their initial home stand. The Colts did it using three left handed pitchers shown here after the game Thursday. Left is Dean Stone who turned the Cubs down without a run Thursday. With him are Bobby Shantz (center), who opened the series Tuesday, and Hal Woodeshick, who beat the Cubs Wednesday. (I/PI Telephoto) Hyiiies To CRESCENT CITY - First place n H-DN baseball play is at stake here Saturday when the Del Norte Warriors la'.ie on Ihe Fortuna Huskies. Both nines have 2-0 H-DN rec- jrds and are lied wilh St. Bernard's for the loop lead. A pitcher's duel between. For- luna slar Pal O'Brien and Warrior Jim Melhoff could develop. O'Brien has 27 strikeouts in 14 innings this season while Mel- hoff has fanned 21 in the same lumber of frames. Del Norte takes a 5-2 season mark into play. Fortuna's record is 2-3. Warrior starters are Chuck Beatty, c; Mike Wiebke, Ib; Wes McNeil, 2b; Larry Miller, 3b; Lee Pinter, ss; Gerald Bergquist, If; Dale Nalions, cf; and Jim Marcady, rf. Fortuna's firsl team includes Larry Barsanli, c; Tom Murphy, Ib; Marvin Stone, 2b; Don Fer- juson, 3b; Bill Iscnhart, ss; Rick Travis, If; Wayne Hyman, cf; and Mike Granger, rf. Finsterwald In Greensboro Open Tourney Lead GREENSBORO, N.C. (UPIJ- D o w Finsterwald of Tequesta. Fla., led a field of 152 pros and amateurs today into the second round of the $35,000 Greater Greensboro Open golf tournament --the richest golfing event ever icld in the Carolinas. Finsterwald toured the rain- sodden par 71 Sedgeficld Country Club course Thursday with a 32- 13-fi5. That was two strokes bet- than the 33-34--67 turned in ay Julius Boros, his closest chal- cnger after the first day of the four-day tournament. The large field will be cut after 36 holes to the low 80 scorers and ties. Amateurs must make the pro cut for the first time in a GGO to stay alive and go into the third round Saturday. Finsterwald, who won the GGO three years ago, finished third in Deadlocked at two games each in a three-way playoff with Palmer Midget Tryouls SEated In May Contrary to earlier published reports, the E u r e k a Midget League tryouts will not start May 7. They \vill get underway some lime after May 11 when the Eureka Recreation Softball League completes play. Another correction concerns the start of the Babe Ruth League campaign. Because of the annual Eureka Kops - Sheriff's - CHP benefit Softball game on May 21, the season will open at a later date. Saturday Golf Event At Eureka Course Bisons Nip Bears To Even Playoffs By United Press International The Buffalo Bisons capitalized n late fireworks to defeat the Ilershey Bears, 5-1, Thursday night and even Iheir best-of-five American Hockey League semifinal playoff series at one game each. Leading by only 2-1 in the last five minutes, Buffalo exploded for three goals wilhin Iwo minutes to The series now moves lo Buffalo for two weekend games, with a fifth contest, if needed, scheduled [or Hershcy next Wednesday. Murray Hall, who had sent Hie Bisons to an early lead in the first period, started the Buffalo boom when he tallied at 16:28 ol the final period. Brian Ctillen followed with a goal just 11 seconds later and Wayne Hicks ended the scoring at 18:04. Dave Creighton re ceived credit for the other Buffalo goal in the first period. Cleveland and Springfield are and Gary Players for the Masters at Augusta, Ga., earlier this week. "The greens aren't too bad but the fairways sure are damp," said the grinning Finster. wald after his pace-setting round played in the rain. Mike Souchak, the defendini champion, and five other pros carded three under-par 68s. Turning in other 68s were Juan Rodriguez, Al Johnston, Al Geil- ici-ger, Rex Be.xter and Jim Ferree of Winston-Salem. Charlie Sifford, Bob Bruno, Jim Ferrier, Billy Casper, Mason Rudolph, George Bayer and Don Fairfield i one stroke back at 69. the other semifinal set, with the fifth game of the best-of-seven series lo be played at Springfield Saturday. Best of Seven Series W Springfield 2 Cleveland 2 Best of Five Series W Hcrshey l Buffalo 1 Westlake 'Cap To Be Run Saturday SAN BRUNO (UPI) -- Royal Attack, a leading Kentucky Derby hopeful from the West, joins 11 other older steeds tomorrow for the $15,000 added Westlake Handicap at Tanforan. Royal Attack will use the 1 1-16 mile test as a stepping stone lord Ihe $35,000 added California Derby the following Saturday. It will be the first start for | Royal Attack since winning the Isiob.OOO added Santa Anila Derby March 3. Eddie Burns will again be in the saddle Saturday. High weighted in the Westlake will be Revel, the great sprinter trying to succeed at the longer distance. Alex Macse will be aboard the 6-ycar-old speedster. Revel will carry 121 pounds. Sea Orbit and Double Lea will pack 120 pounds. Key Club member Wesley Smith (center) sells n Hole-In-Ono Tournament ticket to Eureka Kiwanis Clttb president Harold Nelson (right) ns Dr. Vincent Sansone takes'a few warm up swings for the Saturday event. The affair will got underway tomorrow morning at the Eureka Municipal course. All golfers are eligible lo participate. Finals Of Golf Tourney Today SALINAS (UPI)- Mrs. Frank Donaldson of Fullcrlon and Mrs. Bobbie Hartson of Pebble Beach teed olf today in Ihe :iB-holc fi nals of Ihe Women's Golf Asso elation of California championship. Mrs. Donaldson downed Mrs. Clarence Graham Jr., of Alhcr Inn, in one Hartson eliminated Mrs. George Downing of Alhcrton, 2-up. in · olhcr. Quarter finals were a held Thursday, Baseball Standings By United Press International National League San Francisco Houston St. Louis Pittsburgh Los Angeles Philadelphia New York Cincinnati Chicago Milwaukee Thursday's Itcsulls San Francisco 8 Milwaukee 4 Houston 2 Chicago 0 Los Angeles 11 Cincinnati 7, night (Only games scheduled) Saturday's Games Piltsburgh at New York Houston at Philadelphia St. Louis al Chicago Cincinnati at San Francisco Mihraukce at Los Angeles, nighl American League on Washington New York Minnesota HSC Tracksters Meeting Aggies DAVIS -- For the first time this season Ihe Humboldt State Lumberjacks were favored in a dual meet, when they took on the Cal Aggie Mustangs here today. The 'Jacks were Ihe pick off their 77-54 loss to Chico Stale Monday nighl. Cal Aggies lost to Ihe Wildcats 94-37. Members of the HSC traveling squad include Frank Alden, Jim Mangan, Jim Reams, Ron Remington, Ron Pendlcton, Pat O'Brien, Charles Ehlers, Bruce Lempke, Sieve Runyan, Eber Lusty, Dave Littleton, Dave Schullz. Dale Potts, Bill Crichton, Frank Maltagliati. Tom Farmer. Lewis Edson. Gordon Bobell. Chris Carr, Dennis Bolsinger, and Jim Barker. W. 3 3 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 L. Pet. 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 Snapp Minor Clow McGIn Albonlco e-B'rd McGrew Dickinson -Mackcy PLAYER-Thurber Wilkinson rgess Mudford . . Thcmsen . . . b-Abbay Jay Burgess idlcy .667 .500 .000 .250 24 .000 .000 W. 1 1 2 1 1 1 L. I'd. 0 1.000 0 1.000 1 .667 .. Chicago 1 1 .500 '. Boston 1 1 .500 '. Cleveland 1 1 .500 '. Las Angeles 1 1 .500 ! L Kansas City 1 2 .333 1 Baltimore 0 1 .000 1 2 Detroit 0 1 .000 1 Thursday's Results L Minnesota 9 Kansas City 5 1 Los Angeles 1 Chicago 0 j Detroit at Washington, ppd., rain (Only games scheduled) Saturday's Games Los Angeles at Minnesota New York at Detroil Washington at Cleveland Boston al Baltimore Chicago at Kansas City (night) LF s i i less .... SS 2 CF-P 0 0 lore c-Hunt P 4 1 1 0 1 1 . . CF 0_ 0 0 1 0 0 . . . . 29 8 B 21 7 4 ARCATA HIGH Pos. AB R H PO A E . . IB 3 1 1 7 1 0 SS J 1 I 2 1 LF 3 o i o o o P-LF 4 0 0 1 1 1 . ID 2 1 1 0 1 0 . 2B 1 0 0 0 0 0 . C I 0 0 1 0 0 .- C 1 0 0 1 2 0 2 0 ilh TOTALS ....... 31 4 8 Summary a-- Replaced Peclol in 4lh b-- Replaced Thomsen In slh c-- Struck out tor Semore In i d-- Filed out for Seaman in 4th e-- Replaced Albonlco In 7lh f-- Replaced Dickinson In 7th g-- Replaced Mackey In 7lh JUNIOR JACKS 030 101 3-- 8 B 4 ARCATA . 100 100 2-- 4 B 3 RBI: Wilkinson, Mudford, Thomsen, Timmons, Sousa (3), Snapp, McGinness; Minor, Dickinson, Mudlord; 3B: Sousa, Scmuro; LOB: JJ (ID, A (II); SD: Timmons. Snapp, Clow, McGrew, :inson, Thomson; DP: Minor to Sousa, Handley to Scamorc; BB: Dickln- (3), Mackcy (I), Abby (7), Handley (II; SO: Dickinson (t), Handlev (2); HP: Albonlco by Hundley; WP: DlcklnLP: Handley; U: Cotlrell, MacomScorcr: Onelo; Time of Game: 3:00. BI.UEFIELD, W. Va. (UPD-- Boxer Tunney Hunsaker, injured week ago in a heavyweight bout, remained in serious condition today, although his doctor said he is continuing to show jirogrcss. Neurosurgeon Dr. E. L. Gage, who performed Iwo operations to relieve pressure on Hunsaker's brain, said the fighter's road to recovery is a slow process. Gage said Hunsaker is able to lake soft foods and manages to speak occasionally. Hunsaker, 32. was knocked out by Joe (Shotgun) Sheldon of 'leveland last Friday night. He was unconscious and in critical condition for two days. He was taken off the crilical lisl Monday. THE SMOOTHEST CATCH IN WHISKEY Kessler leads the league with value, it's the smoothest drink about. That's why most fans call for Kessler when they're home or when they're out! El Macero Links DAVIS (UPI i -A field of 157 pro and amateur golfers teed off today in the Northern California Open Golf Championship at El Macero Country Club. A total of $6,500 in prize money, double lasl year's purse, will go to the winner. Highlighting the field was Byron Nelson of Itoanokc, Tex., former Masters, Open and PGA chain- ion. Individual scores of both pros and low handicap amateurs will he recorded today and Saturday ogcthor with best ball totals ill pro-am loam competition. Separate awards will be made for (be :i6-bolp Not'lbmi California Pro- Amateur Championship. The fii'ld will then be trimmed for the open finals Sunday. SMOOTH AS SILK JIMS MSSUK CO.. UMIWiHUM. Iklrm. lllliiilluiiiSklr 65 I'KHOI. m% mm HIIKI1 SI'lilll

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