Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 13, 1962 · Page 17
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Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California · Page 17

Eureka, California
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Friday, April 13, 1962
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Annual Redwood Relays On Fortuna Track Tonight SIDELINE X - By DON TERBUSH FISH, GAME CHIEF'S REPORT . . . Except for income-tax returns and Liz Taylor's fondness for Englishmen, local steelhead fishermen haven't got too much to complain about this weekend. In fine condition, the Klamath River is producing good catches on worms, according to Warden John Finigan, pinch-hitting for Captain Walt Gray of the Fish and Game Department office in Eureka this week. "The water is good and they are hitting steelhead from Weitehpec on up in the Trinity River," Finigan adds. Ye olde Mad River is iishable for bait in the open portion from the Highway 101 bridge to the mouth. The fish are there for those able to hook them. Although the catch of fresh fish has dropped off considerably, the open portion of the Mattole River continues to supply a few bright rascals. An occasional trout is also being picked up in the Clam Beach lagoons. Generally, however, the coastal streams are pretty quiet. Rock fishing is fair all along the coast for ling cod, snappers and what have you. Beach crabs, worms, mussels and sometimes clams are doing the trick. Redtail perch angling in the Gold Bluff and Mad River areas is said to be very good. Night fish are running in fair amounts off the Humboldt county beaches. Redtail perch are biting with reasonable consistency and night fish are running fairly well off Crescent City beaches, as well. The Eureka office of the Department of FG also announced that an emergency amendment to Section 3.23 of Title 14 of the State Administration Code has been made. In part this section reads: "Fish may be used and possessed for bait in the counties of Mendocino, Humboldt and Del Norte in streams and lagoons within ten miles of the Pacific Ocean. The use of crustaceans and amphibians, salmon eggs or trout roe is also permitted as bait in these counties." "This amendment was made at the request of sportsmen's groups and wardens of Humboldt, Mendocino and Del Norte counties as bait used--sardines, anchovies, etc.--are naturally present in these waters," Warden Finigan pointed out. CCAA Swimfest At Long Beach LOS ANGELES (UPI-- Long Beach state heads the entries in today's California Collegiate Athletic Association swimfest at Los Angeles State followed by Cal Poly of San Luis Obispo. Long Beach's Chuck Babcock cut nearly four seconds off the CCAA record Thursday when he flashed home in the 200-yard individual medley in 2:10.8. In the 1,500-meter freestyle, Cal Poly's Jack Adam knocked more than 12 seconds off his own CCAA mark, setting a new standard ol 18:09.6.' There are 16 events scheduled for today and Saturday in three-day meet. Long Beach leads the team scoring with 19, followed by Cal Poly 10, Los Angeles 7, San Die| Stale 5, Fresno State 3, San Fernando Valley State 2 and University of California at Santa Barbara 1. Eureka Jr. High In Baseball Win Pitcher Mike Bozzoli hurled three-hit ball and left fielder Ed Cox drove in two runs on three singles to pace a 5-3 Eureka Junior High victory over the St. Bernard's junior varsity. St. Bernard's led 3-0 in the first inning off a rally featuring Roily Johnson's three-run homer. The Little Loggers opened scoring in the second with one run, on Bob Hodgson's triple and Cox's first single. They made it 3-2 in ,j the fourth inning on another Cox single and an error. Singles in the fifth inning by Ihe Gary Longholm, Hodgson and Bob Finnegan made'it 4-3. The final run tallied in the sixth on a double by Bozzoli and singles ,go by Tom Dearing and Paul Jackson. Jackson turned in an unassisted double play in the fifth Eureka win in eight.starts. "with VLO. "I'll have the same" State your preference plainly--your drink will be- made with extra care. Your barter'ler knows that Seagram's V. 0. is the finest of authentic Canadian whiskies. Light in character. Brilliant in flavor. Imported in the bottle. He knows, too, that you arc a person of extraordinarily good taste. KNOWN BY THE COMPANY IT KEEPS iffl SEAGRAM'S V. 0. II IMPORTED-BOTTLED IN WSSJ CANADA i mm 01 sutcM WHISKIES, su vim BID. M.B moor. CUM\M-DISIIU.US ctwmv, n.v.o. Loggers Favored To Unseaf Defending Champ/on Huskies Victories in all three divisions tircka Loggers favorites to win ionship tonight in Fortuna. The Logger thinclads will be ut to end five years of Fortuna omination of the Relays. The uskies, although not as strong Eureka this season, are ex- ecled to stage a battle for thuir xth straight title. Events start at 6:30 o'clock in ie high jump, pole vault, broac limp and shot put. Running be- ins at 7 o'clock. Eighteen running events are on le schedule, including 13 relays, iree individual entry races anc ,'o elementary school sprints. The program is scheduled to nd at about 9:25 p.m. Spectator njoyment of the meet should be ie best ever, as the Husky Field otball lights have been adjusted T the event. Ferndale High bowed out of the eet this week when injuries in i automobile accident sidelined iree performers and a band con- erl tonight kept several others ut of action. Much of Eureka's hope for a tie rests on sprinters John Burlan and George Muzio, who both ave injuries. Burman pulled a igh muscle and Muzio sprained i ankle, but the two Logger jeedsters may run. Muzio and Burman could pro de the speed to win some of ie sprint relays, in what should of five straight meets make the the 19(12 Redwood Relays chain- Tigers, Cubs To Gash Tomorrow Arcata High's baseballers are eavy favorites to annex their econd H-DN win of 1962 Satur- ay. as they oppose the South ork Cubs. The game will be played on the rcata diamond at 1 o'clock, iger pitcher Howard Kamper- m is scheduled to face Cub urler Dick Valles. Arcata's 3-5 record includes everal games against the HSC unior 'Jacks, who have won 12 raight. The 'Jacks posted an 4 win over the Tigers Thursay. South Fork has an 0-4-1 record nd has lost both league games. Arcata's first nine includes lax Pcctol, c; Mike Thurber, b; M a r i o n Semore,2b; Jon urgess, 3b; Doug Mudford, ss; ay Burgess, If; Bill Wilkinson, f; and Don Handley, rf. Cub regulars are Dwayne Buress, c: Roger Certwright, Ib; on Maher, 2b; Jim Mayhew, b; Curt Wood, ss; Ron Branam, Guy Mallo, cf; and Darrell ombs, rf. Session Saturday Openings are still available for ic Arcala Quarter Midget Asso iation training session Saturday The session will start at 2 'clock on the Baldwin Motor rome oval. No equipment is needed by pros ective drivers. Their p a r e n t s must accompany them to the ses on.. Some eight drivers are already ntered. Need an extra SPJ truck in a hurry? CALL HERTZ! · Clean trucks for every need by the hour, day, week or longer · Low rates include insurance... gas and oil (even if you have to buy it on the road) · Any size, any type Chevrolet, GMC and other sturdy trucks · All you need Is proper driver's license and identification · Remember to call Hertz when you need a truck--/asJ/ HERTZ HERTZ TlUlk Rintgl Strvlll tluniH A. B, SCARLETT Summer Grant Sts. Euroka Ph. HI 2-3721 e a close meet. Last year live oinls separated the winaing Hus- es from third place Eureka. Special events on the program elude 75 and 100-yard dashes r C's, B's and A's, and lour emenatry s c h o o l races. The rammer school competition is mited to Eel River Valley ath- tes. Humboldt - Del Norte athletes ave equaled or Bettered U61's est times and distances in 11 yents this year. Given a \vind- ss night and the last Fortuna ack, several records could [all. Records depend on good show- gs [roni all three divisions in ost events. C's and B's are re- uired to be entered in all the mited events and the medleys, well as the field events. HSC Nine On Road For Seven Tilts SACRAMENTO-The Humboldt ate Lumberjacks kick oil their ven-game Easter road trip here aturday with a doubleheader jainst the strong Sacramento ate Hornets. The trip will see the 'Jacks op- osing San Quentin. San Francis- Presidio, University o[ San rancisco and St. Marys'. They turn to Arcala Wednesday night id play Southern Oregon College ilurday. The jaunt will open with what uld be the toughest games of e series. Sacramento was NAIA as runnerup last season and has ost of its veterans back. All six Far Western Conference aseball squads have 1-1 records nd are deadlocked. "We can't ford lo come away from this ne with anything less than a plil," HSC coach Ced Kinzer ated. Kinzer has named junior ri|_ ander Larry Taylor to hurl in e opener. Al Snarski will pitch e night cap. Other hurlers on the trip include on Stammer and Tom Leitz from ie varsity, as well as Ken Maas, a former outfielder, and eshman Jay Dickinson. Starters in the opener will be oe Siino, c; Joe Taylor, Ib; Mony Feekes, 2b; Carl Carlson, 3b; om DiMercurio, ss; Snarski, If; ennis Pontoni, cf; and Drew oberls, rf. Dave Minor will open in left eld in the second game. Roger Toffl, Ted Snapp, and rank West are also making the inkel. S P O R T S Hoopa Hosts Eureka Nine Promising 1 sophomore pitchei rank Trimble gets his stiffest est of the season Saturday when e hurls for Hoopa against the ureka Loggers. Hoopa hosts Eureka at 1 o'clock oth clubs b»-e 1-1 H-DN records nd are tied for fifth place. Trimble has hurled a win ovei uth Fork and lost a two-hitter . Fortuna 3-1. Eureka pitcher on Harmon holds a two-hitter »ainst St. Bernard's, and a five- tier against Ferndale. Logger starters are Jim Pope, ; Bob Johnson, Ib; Dan Yieder j; Lance Lawry, 3b; Mark Melody, ss; Gary Ballew, If; Mike ezzonico, cf; and John Schroder, Hoopa's regulars are Dave Wag er, c; Ben Branam, Ib: Curl lien, 2b; Fred Marshall, 3b; We. :oberts, ss; Wayne Burroughs ; Jay Johnson, cf; and Joe lampboll, rf. BOWLERS! Join up now for summer league bowling. The following leagues are open: · Houuwifoi League (Daylimo) · 3 M»n Scratch on Mon. (7 p.m.) · 3 Women Scratch, M.on. (7 p.m.) · 5 Wom.'n Hanrlic'p, Tuet. |7pm) · 5 Men Handicip, Wed. 17 p.m.) · Mixer! Fnuriome, Wed. (7 p.m.) · Mixed Fourinme, Thurs. {7 pm) · Mixed Fnunnme on Frl. (7 p.m.) · 5 Mm Handicap nn Frl. (7 p.m.) Conlrtct Jim Toddy «': BROADWAY LANES Broadway at Hlaliland HI .1-5132 Top Finishers In Tournament Inside Of Casey r s Head As He's Back In Aciion Proudly displaying t h e i r trophies are winners of the Men's Medalist tournament at the Redwood Empire Golf and Country club. Kneeling (left to right) are Ernie Brownlow, Olin Pren- ' tiss, Larry Walsvick. Standing (1 to r) Wayne Cave and Art Bravo. Walsvick with a 203 for the 54-hole event was the champion. A field of 29 competed. HUMBOLDT STANDARD Iday, April 13. 1962, Page 17 Crusader To Host Wildcats St. Bernard's Crusaders go a(- :r their third Humboldt-Del Norte in of the season Saturday at FW Park, starting at 11 o'clock. The Crusaders host Ferndale tigh's Wildcats. St. Bernard's has 2-0 loop record and a 6-2-1 over- 11 mark, while Ferndale's record i 0-3 both lor the league and vholc season. The 'Cats' best showing was a -1 loss to Eureka, while St. Ber- lard's boasts a 4-3 win over the Loggers. Ferndale lost to McKin- eyville 10-3 in its last game, Vednesday. Tom Burger, winner of both Crusader H-DN games, will starl n the mound. He has struck out 3 and walked five in his 14 inn- ngs of hurling. Other St. Bernard's regulars are Bob Allen, c; Tim Allen, Ib; Gary Owens, 2b; Paul Bareilles b; Jim Bonomini, ss; Leon Flinchpaugh, If; Carl Del Grande, ;f; and Paul Ivancich, rf. Ferndale's first nine includes lene O'Connell or pick Bryant ; Bill Johnson, Ib; Jerry Bruga, b; Gordon Hicks, 3h; Jim Barri s; John Palmquist, If; George :nos, cf; and O'Connell or Jim Valters, rf. McKinlcyvillc High and llocipa High have won (lie 1962 Hum- oldt - Del Norte basketball portsmanship banners. The Black Panthers ami War- iors were announced today as winners by Humboldt-Dcl Norte ntcrscbool Council president Mike RciSman of Eureka High. The Iwo schools will be hon- ired with one-year possession if H-DN sportsmanship blankets which will lie liung in their gyms. Hoopa repeals as Little Four Conference winner. The blankets are awarded to use Hie level of sportsnum- lip among the nine league schools, according to Kcdman. Five representatives of each school ballot after each game, othig on their own team and their opponents. The voters include Hie president of the school student body, one lightweight tlaycr, one heavyweight, a fac- ilty member and a song or leader. The ballots are mailed lo the council following lire games and are tabulated aflcr the season. Redman said (hal Ihe Big 7 ive race was especially close. Sees Big Year For State Loop SAN FRANCISCO (UP!) -Prcs- denl Eddie Mulligan has prcdict- d that the California Baseball ,eague will have one of its best -ears since the major leagues :ame west. Mulligan said Thursday that here appears lo be a revived in- crest in the Class C loop, cspc- ·ially now thai it again has eights cam instead of six. These clubs include holdovers Stocklon, Fresno, Reno, Bakers- ield, Visalia and Modesto, plus, lew additions San Jose and San Barbara. HSC Swimmers In Action Today SACUAMENTO-Humboldl. Sai Francisco and Sacramento Stale colleges sent their swimminf, cams into action here today in .hrec-way competition. The meet was to be the Lum borjacks' final before the Far Western Conference champion ships here April 2«. San Francisco and Sacrament- both boast edges over the Lum borjacks. The Gators are nn ex pericncccl sqund, while. Ilio. Hoi ni'ls have bcnlcn Cal Ap.uios am Chico Sliilo. squads which dimir d lliimlmldl. Win EACH SOCCER FINAL LIEGE, Belgium (UI'I) - Rca [adrid qualified lo meet Benfica ' Portugal in the fiaal of the uropcan Soccer cup by defeating andar Liege of Belgium, 2-0 nursday night. Yep, Vacation "Cal" Culvar BETTER HAVE YOUR CAR CHECKED NOW Bring It To An EXPERT Use The money you save (or more fun on your vacation! General Mechanics and Tune-Up Service FREE whoc.1 P.K* w each brake \o\i. We pick-up expert meeli anrl deliver, nic. chocv TURNER BRAKE SHOP Eurrka HI 2-7792 Dodgers' Stadium Is LOS ANGELES (UPD-The new !J8 million Dodger Stadium was ifficially dedicated Thursday night before the homelcam dumped the Cincinnati Reds, 11-7 as team of- icials and engineering members ook part in the ceremony. Mrs. Kay O'Mally, wife of Dodger owner Walter O'Malley, and Mrs. Dearie Mulvcy, wife of Dodger Vice President James Mulvcy, unveiled a plaque anc several items to be placed in the cornerstone of the four-level slruc- :ure. The plaque read as follows; 'Dodger Stadium, the only major league baseball stadium since 1923 to be conceived, constructed and financed by private proprietorship. Groundbreaking Sept, 17, 1059. Opening game April 10, 19112. Dedicated April 12, 1902. To the enjoyment of loyal fans whose unprecedented support and pa- .ience was worthy of the effort. . ." The plaque also listed members, of the team, board of directors id the construction chief of the 56,000-seal stadium. WELCOME TO OUR NEW IDEAS FOR OUTDOOR-MINDED PEOPLE Sec lti« ncvmt in M; and motors and Inn equipment lor nil kinds ol leiiilro livmf on, in. or nejr Ihe waled FREE ORCHIDS to the first 300 ladies! DOOR P R I Z E S ! for outdoor-minded peoplrt Including AMf-Voil Water Ski Ontlil, Rolf* Movifi C,imeta, South Bend Tithing Oullit. WcslinKhousa Maiine Radio, Ameiic.m Thntnos "Pop-Tent". Wehvr Rslley-Q Gull. Turner Camp Slovo and Lantetn. SHOW HOURS: ri., Sat., Sun.--April 13, 14, 15 LUTHER HUNT'S KEYHOLE F Street Arcrit. I(MI EVlNRUDE SALES ^SERVICE ilong with some other guys lamed, lot's see now, the Dulch- nan, Frisch, and a few olhers, anyhow, so I hit Iwo in the Se- ·ies against Ihe Yankees, it's a :acl and you can discount Ihe lasl dozen years or so, bul any- low I hits one way up there and give it the old turkey trot with he wave of the cap and all of that, hammin' it up a bit you might say for the fans, but the second one 1 hits way out there n that corner and I gotta leg il all the way. Now at this time I am a mere 32 years old, just a young squirt, you might say, bul for some reason they hang an old man tag on me and when I finally gel to the ilale with my second homer of he series I gotta think maybe Ihcy got something there, at that, puffin' and all, and so right after thai when I go Wesl to meet Edna's family, us having decided 0 get married up, why they figure I'm an old man who's gonna walk in on crulches and it's quite a shock all the way around, kinda like today only not quile so bad. So Ihe last thing I remember 1 a great big ball park called Yankee Stadium and it's quite a lovely dream to take down the old pike with you but while over ints is gone- West, I happen to the years the guys from Brook- emember, it seems to me, and if lyn, where I did a stretch, too, i By OSCAIt FRALEY UI'I Sports Writer NEW YORK (UPD--Inside the head of Casey Stengel as the 'Old Perfesser" returns to the Polo Grounds today for the first lime in 10 years: Say now. maybe it's some kind of a nightmare, like Western Dental College for a feller who's left- handed back (here in K.C., but this here place looks horribly familiar like that there feller I had on third last year. Ccpt there ain't no last year and maybe I been dreamin' all ie time about guys named Man- and Bcrra and even for the st dozen years or so I couldda hich in ilselt, ie Ihis here ball park, is a sen- anybody needs like Sing ng, and you golla know what I lean. So I pinch myself because if I on't shave this morning iunta the photographers and one ling and another, like another me I remember bul can't place, hy 1 gotU think this last lime remember is a dream about )51 when I'm managin' the Yan- ces and we beat these here Jinls Uiis here very same ball park Only it can't be because the mce at ain't so then this has to be 143 and I'm managing a Boston cam which is gonna finish sixth nd that'll be the end of it for me on think that's bad, etter think again. then you'c alkin' about that feller from Jop- n who came up that time with le bases loaded, and you rcmcm- er the previous spring what hap- ened and 1 don't have to tell ou, but anyhow if I hadn' 1 laved this morning I'd think naybe it was 1923 all over again, nd that's a year I view with ather mixed commotions. Anyhow, that year I'm playin enlerfield for the Jints anc supposed to hate these guys over here, but 1 never really can get ny heart into this kind of a feei- ing, if you know what I mean. the National League. And if So I'm half of one and half of another and half of something else and unless that's not enough Now as I said when we were for a whole percentage why you can take my word for a time back when I sat it out a whole season and got the cash anyhow. Meaning it sure is all mixed up, clubs and years and things, but as I said about that feller from Joplin, that feller I got on third being what he is. like the writin' feller who said what's in a name, who cares whether it says "Jints" or "Mets" or whatever, let's get on with this here luggsy was quite a man himself, good old ball game. K. B. McCarthy 4th 5th at A Sts. 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