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Twins officials said a six-inch inowfall would not dissipate in time to permil the Twins' home °l opener -- and the teams will have lo wail until Saturday. Wagner's blast came on a 1-0 he new American League season and gave them a split of the two- ;ame series with the Sox, e. Angeles a 1-0 victory over the P't* from Sox rookie pilcher Chicago While Sox at Comiskey Joel Horlen and broke up a pilch- ark in the chilly, Midwesl cily. ing duel between Horlen and Ken It was the Angels' first win ot McBride. McBride, Ihc Angels' winningesl pitcher lasl year with a 12-15 rec- game and M U F F L E R INSTALLATION W» carry e complati ling of ill types of mufflers fo fit any make of jutomobile. When you buy your muffler from our complats stock it will bi installed fret of charge, NOW! TO..- FREE INSTALLATION with the purchase of SHOCK ABSORBERS : ach orcl, went all the way, allowing only four hits. In his firsl of the year the young Los Ange- pitcher equaled his entire 1961 victory mark on the --one win. 'McBride did as well as any pitcher could be expected to do," said Wagner. "I sure would have 'ell bad if we couldn't get him a run. Commenting on the 30-degree veather and slrong winds that plagued batters of both teams, Wagner said: "The wind was so bad I had to lit the home run 500 feel to gel :l 350 feel into the slands." The White Sox threatened only in the first inning. After Luis Apa- ·icio was thrown out at the plate attempting to score on Nellie Fox' loublc, a walk and hit batsman loaded the bases. But McBride struck out Mike Hersbergcr to end the inning. at SE PIC'S AUTOMOTIVE AND BOATIN SUPPLIES - Radio TV 7th C Street Eureka NCAA Champ To Meet Jap Nine HONOLULU (UPI) -- Honolulu will host an international baseball scries between the NCAA baseball champion and one of the teams o lapan's Big Six league. 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FORD STYLESIDE PICKUP SAVES YOU HVMBOLDT STANDARDfriday, April 13, 1962,.Page 16 Dodgers Holt Braves In Series Opener Tonight LOS ANGELES (UPI) - The jptimistic Los Angeles Dodgers, their hopes for a National League championship buoyed by the outstanding major league debut ot ,Iei rookie Pete Richert, tonight take pi on the Milwaukee Braves in the opener of a three-game series. Richert tied three major league records in a 31-3 inning relief performance Thursday night and :he Dodgers used timely hitting and four Cincinnati errors lo down the Reds, 11-7, in the finale of Cincy's three.game stay at Chavez Ravine. Taking over for Los Angeles starter Stan Williams who had /alked three men, balked a run home and gave up a three-run double, Richert calmly struck out six men in succession -- and a seventh later. The mark of six in a row tied he records for most consecutive vhiffs by a relief pitcher and most by a rookie pitcher. And iccause Dodger catcher John Roseboro allowed one third strike o slip by him in the third inning, giving a fanned batter a chance lo reach first, Richer! was able lo slrike out four men in hat inning --also tying a major eague record. The 22-year-old Richerl is only n his fifth year of professional jaseball. Last season he compiled a not too sharp 5-10 record it Spokane, but was hampered by a sore arm he said he got trying to impress Dodger Manager Walt Alston in the spring of 1961. Alston was thoroughly impressed Thursday night -- as were the 24,570 fans at Chavez 'f Ravine who saw Los Angeles win Is second in a row from Cincy. Richerl gol credil for the vic- ory after Ihe Dodgers, Irailing 4-0 when he entered the game, iting exploded for seven runs in the fifth inning. Hulking Joey Jay, who was a holdout until midway n spring training, was coasting ilong with a three hiller lor Cincy when he fell aparl --and so did his teammates. Two walks, four Reds errors and five Los Angeles hits includ- ng back-to-back doubles by Waly Moon and Roseboro -- shot the Dodgers in front, 7-4. Los Angeles added three more in the sixth inning, with Jim Gilliam pounding, out a double and Ron Fairly a triple beneath the oulstretchcd glove of Frank Robnson who slammed his mitt in anger while the ball rolled to the right field fence. The 10-4 margin enabled Los Angeles to ignore an eighth-inning lomer by Wally Post -- his second of the series -- and a ninth- inning four-bagger by pinch hitter irry Lynch. Lynch now has 11 linen home runs in his career. Alston nominated Don Drysdale lo pitch lonight against Milwaukee's Lew Burdette. The Braves losl all three games of their opening series lo San Francisco, and flew inlo Los Angeles a bil stunned. A/'Bofini Bowls 291 Game; Leaders In Ofher Classes Same M Baliui of Eureka lias lakcn over as high game leader of Ihc i8lh Annual llumliiildt Bowling Association Handicap Tournament. Batlni, bowling with the Sun- lay Cleaners team at Arcata Bowl Thursday, fired Girls Beat Boys In Rugby Match LONDON (UPI) - The Englishman, world-renowned for his gallantry to the gentler sex, is carrying a point of courtesy just a little too far these days. The relation between the sexes went slightly aslray Thursday when a group of girl students Vom the South-West Essex Technical College in a nearby London suburb gave their male classmates a 13-10 thrashing in ·ugby football game. Played strictly for charity, Ihe irls enjoyed a numerical advan- age over the blushing rivals, there being 30 shapely lasses lined up against a mere 15 burly la Referee Ian Campbell was on land to see no tackles went astray and said afterwards: "It was a 'air game, the boys soon discovered they didn't need to make concessions." "It was like playing against a bunch- of squealing, hair-pullinj wild-cats," said Pete Barlow. But another boy attributed the girls' victory to "superior laclics." Girls' skipper Marian Davies said "I jusl detailed Ihree girls to flatten any boy who got the ball." Most of the boys ended the game nursing bumps.and bruises aut are ready for more of it. They have challenged Ihe girls lo a return match to be played next Tuesday. scratch game. His 15 handicap ;ave him a 291 total, one pin higher than former leader Dick Wilson. Batini won the 1960 high series .itle with a 700 score. Events continue at Arcata and E 0 Bowls tonight. Other division leaders remain: Teams -Gray's Rug Cutters, 3146. Singles -- Pete Evans, 723. Doubles -Pete Larson and Clayton Knowles, 1326. All-events -- Art Woods, 1991. Earl Biehn and Ben S p i n n i moved into second place in dou- )les Thursday with their 1302. Phil Anderson rolled a 685 to Olafson, Jerry Briggs - John Fern- Managers Needed By Arcata Loop Three managers are needed for Arcata Midget League teams this season, according to president Ed Baiocchi. 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Sequoia Saw Shop scored 3058 o move into fourlh place in Ihe .earn events. The top five teams are now: Cray's Rug Cutlers, 3146; Crocker-Anglo, 3103; E 0, 3093; Sequoia Saw Shop, 3058; and Bella Visla, 3037. Singles leaders are Pele Evans, 723; Hoy Jackson, 702; Phil Anderson, 685; Charles Baldosser, Rich Lipscomb and Frank Borges, Earl Biehn, 672; Bill Boyd, 671; and Glen Wasson and Don Ralslon, 669. Doubles leaders are Pele Larson and Clayton Knowles, 1326; 5arl Biehn and Ben Spinni, 1302; Ran and Rich Lipscomb, 1294; Joe Womble and Jim Godfrey, 1283; and Dick Foster and Mel Natwick, 1270. Saturday's entries follow: SATURDAY Team Events 6:00 --Gillums Signal Service, Arcata Bowl, Goodis Insurance, Cqok's Sporting Goods, Crocker Anglo Bank, Team No. 2, Geor- ;ia-Pacific Plywood, Durable Plywood No. 2, Jones Majors. 8:30 -- Eureka Boiler Works, iogans Grocery, Ross Loggers, Q Studs, McKnighls Shell, Borges Brolhers, Dimmick Brothers, Dolf Realtors, Cook's Sporting Goods, Emmerson Sons. Doubles Singles 12:00 -- Dick Lamorcaux - Lee Collins, Charles Davis - Bert Mc- Garaghan, Dale Poovey - Peter Procissi, Murl Harpham - Buc Bussey, Grant Larsen - Sid Seamen, Jim Smith - Arlon Balay, George Smith - Harry Bridgeford, Steve Nelson - Rusty Brim, Frank Redden - Bill Cooke, Ralph Fox Jack Emmons. 2:00 -- Freddie Aldrich - Chuck Steele, Lee Hayward - Dale Ros- losnik, Berl Ross - Tom Daniels, Carl Anderson - Virgil Nuchols, Ken Johnson - Bob Poinselt, John Keeling - Maurice Zimmerman, Raymond Cramer · Rick Cramer, Ernesl Park - Burr Coffclt, Bob Bird - Toby Moehnke, Frank Slangcr - Paul Jarvella, Will Rayborn - Bill Boyle, Jerry Ward · Bruce Ward. 6:45 -- Jim Paslori - Rico Pas- leaf, Frank H a w k i n s - Ralph Chrislie, Bill Quill - Elio Corto- lold now Celts Confident Of Playoff Win BOSTON (UPI) - The Boston Celtics look a "let them worry' atlitude today as they sharpened up for a fifth meeting with the Los Angeles Lakers in the National Basketball Association championship playoffs. Usually conservative Boslon coach Red Auerbach, who rarely makes predictions until Ihe final quarter's waning minules, newsmen "Ihe series has turned in our favor." The Celtics and Lakers were all even at two games each in the 3est-of-seven series for the NBA tille. The next contest is here Saturday and the sixth game will be in Los Angeles. If a seventh ;ame is needed, it will be here ~nd Auerbach figures this gives lim the'edge. Bill Russell will again be count- 1 on to make Ihe "difference" belwecn the two clubs. He made the fourth game in Los Angeles a "must" game for the Celtics a relatively easy victory. For Ihe Lakers, the key men will again be Elgin Baylor am Jerry West. If bolh are hitting despite Russell's fine defensive play, the Lakers could easily return home with an important edge in Ihe series. 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The Maple Leafs opened a 2-0 ad in the best-of-seven series hursday night by skating to a 2 victory over Chicago, who ained the final round by clim- ating the mighty Montreal Cana- ens. The Hawks were flat and easy ckings in the opening game today night SNA though ttey ated better in the second game, oronto had only a few anxious oments late in the game before ey clinched it with a pair ol als by Frank Mahovlich and plain George Armstrong. Toronto coach George (Punch! nlach, who naturally was pleased th his team's two-game bulge iowed that "we can still play tier and we may have to if we pe to win in Chicago." The series moves into the vasl hicago Stadium for the third ame Sunday night and the fourth ext Tuesday. If additional games e needed, they will be played ternately between the two cities th Toronto gtting the advan ge of home ice first. Imlach says he doesn't care w he wins and his Leafs have oroughly overpowered the so-far cile Hawks. They did it Tuesday ght and again last night. Murray Balfour, right wing on e line with 50-goal scorer Bobby ull and center Red Hay, was ut out of action in the firs eriod when Carl Brewer boarded m heavily. Brewer got only a 'o minute minor and Hawk ach Rudy Pilous complainec lout the officiating of referee "rank Udvari. Pilous charged Udvari with urning his back" on what he lied too much "clutching, grab ng and holding and roughing' r the Leafs. And in connectior ith Balfour's injury he added "The man was bleeding. Wha d he think it was -- tomato ice?" Balfour, in addition to suffering mild concussion, needed nine itches to close the cut he go om the jolt. Best of Seven Scries W L oronlo 2 0 licago , 0 2 Track Stars In Quanlico Relays QUANTICO, Va. (UPI) -- Mors ban 859 track and field athletes, including world record holder Frank Budd, were expected to participate today in the Quanlico relays. The annual'relays, which usual- y draw trackmen from more than 50 colleges and clubs, is the first jig outdoor meet of the season on the East Coast. Rain and cool weather which lampered the all-Marine championships here Thursday was expected to give way today to partly cloudy and warmer weather. Budd, of Villanova, holds a world record in the 100-yard dash. He was timed at 9.2 seconds Juno 24, 1961 in New York. YOURMOWIlie TROUBLES LAWN- BOY POWfR MOWERS Fight Resulis By United Press International PHILADELPHIA-George Henri, 160%, Philadelphia, stopped udolph Bent, 155, Jamaica (3). Dual-Purpose Grass-Catcher Mode) 21" cut, $99.95 Why struggle with a balky mower when it's worth big money on a new lightweight, easy-handling LAWN-BOY. Trade now and enjoy easier mowing for seasons to come. Models to fit every size lawn . . . beautiful garden-fashion colors. 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