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Talent-laden Eureka Captures Redwood Relays Championship HSC Tractolers In _ SPORTS Triangular Triumph DAVIS -- An eight-meet loss HSC 77, Aggies 51, and Mathei slrcuk was snapped Friday \vhcnJ2IH;. Hie Iluniboldt State track and, The 'Jacks won six first place: field squad defeated Mather Air Force Base and Cal Aggies on the Davis track. 11 w a s the first HSC dual meet win since 1960, and came on a 77-a win over tile Aggies and an 83-31 win over Mather. Three-way meet scores and tied for a seventh. The onl; double winner was airman Bryai Slone. who won the 101) in :10. and Hie 220 in :22.1. Lumberjack cjuarler-miler Jim Reams won the closest race o Celtics Host BOSTON l U P l i -- A capacity Boston Garden crowd was expected tonight when the Boston Celtics moved into the critical stage of their National Basketball Association championship series with the tough Los Angeles Lakers. Boston had been installed as a nine-point favorite for the game as the Celtics go for a record fourth consecutive NBA playoff title. Since the two teams split their first four games, the championship bid rested on the remaining two-of-three games, two of which will be played here under Boston's home court advantage. The sixth game is scheduled at Los Angeles Monday night and, if necessary, the title final will be back here next Wednesday night. The Celtics were pinning most of their championship hopes on Ihc NBA's most valuable player, center Bill Russell, and on 33- vear-old veteran backcourt star Bob Cousy. The pair have stepped up their normally heavy pace in Ihe playoffs to offset the injury losses of cornerman Frank Ramsey and guard Carl Braun. Ramsey has been seeing only limited service while a foot injury has kept Braun. a 13-year veteran, on the bench. the meet. He built an early leai were but faded as teammate Pat 0' Brien and Mather's Jerry Wojna closed in. All three were timei in :50.2. Iton Remington placed scconi to Stone in both dashes to eari points in the dual meet with Ca Aggies. Humboidt's Jim Mangan woi ithe two-mile run in 10:15.5. Lumberjack senior Bill Crich Ion won his fourth straight higl jump with a 6-2 cap. Freshma Tom Farmer picked up a firs in the broad jump with his 21- Lewis Edson tied Cal Aggie Hec tor Escardo in the pole vault am Dave Littleton won the 120-yan high hurdles. O'Brien, Reams Remington a n d B r u c e Lempk won the mile relay. TRACK EVENTS 0 YD. DASH--Stone, AF; Remingli HSC; Polls, HSC; Bocgcr. CA -- .-10.1 no YD. DASH--Slone, AF-i Remington HSC; O'Brien, HSC; Boegcr, CA -- :21.3 D YD. RUN-Rcams, HSC; rien, HSC and Woinar, AF; Slevenso CA --:50.2 0 YD. RUN--Painter, CA: Ehleri HSC; Van Campen, CA; Lempkc, HSC -- J:D3.i MICE RUN--Rlchardjon, AF; Runyan HSC; Alves, CA; Lusty, HSC--4:3J.ft. TWO-MILE RUN--Mangan, HSC; Rlci HSC; Atvos, CA; Lujly, HSC--10:1J.S MILE RELAY--HSC (O'Brien, Lempki cmlnglon. Reams); CA -- 3:18.1 170 YD. L. H.--Harris, CA; wolnai AF; Scribner, CA; Potts, HSC -- :3S.9 120 YD. H. H.--Littleton, HSC; Harris :A; Scribner, CA -- :14.7 FIELD EVENTS SHOT PUT--Phrem, CA; Bobcll, HSC iolslnger, HSC; Campbell, CA -- 4?'V'/i JAVELIN--Fox, CA; Barter, HSC Stevenson, CA; Boboll, HSC -- IM'll" DISCUS--Campbell, CA; Carr, HSC Phrem. CA -- 135'*" HIGH JUMP--Crlchlon, HSC; Icvenson, CA and Escardo, CA; Hos klnl, AF -- i'l" BROAD JUMP--Farmer, HSC; Hosklns AF; crlchton, HSC; Parduc, AF -- ll'l POLE VAULT--Tie: Eseardo, CA an Edson, HSC; Thlltgen, CA; Scribner, CA TOTAL POINTS * TEAM STANDINCS-- Three-way Meet -- HSC IHumhold State), 77; CA (Cat Aggies), 51; AF Mather Air Force Base), IB'/i; Duals-HSC, 77; Cal Aggies, 53; HSC, AF. 31. YOUR MOWING TROUBLES AWAY! We're giving* on your old mower on a LOOK AT THESE LAVW-BOr MOWING FEATURES · Lightest weight! New Magnalite housing cuts down weight for easier handling · Highest powered! 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Promoter Abe Acquistapace San Jose has offered Joe Brown a $50,000 guarantee to defend his world lightweight title against unbeaten San Jose boy, Louis Molina--if Molina gets by Kenny Lane tonight in their TV fight h e r e . . . The United States vs. Russia track meet at Stanford is set for July 21-22-- a Saturday and Sunday. The AAU usually is a stick ler for not running events on Sun days. But in Russia, of course, there is no day of r e s t . . . The field is complete for the cx elusive Tournament of Champions golf event at Las Vegas--and in case you think Arnold Palmer and Gary Player have taken over to dominate the golfing world, think again. There are 28 men qualified this year, biggest field in history. Thi: means that 28 different swingers ran major tournaments this year. And among those who didn't qualify are such big names as Player. (He won five tournaments last year, none during the past 12 months); Art Wall. Bob Rosburg, Tommy Bolt, Ken Venluri and Dow Finsterwald, to mention a ·st yogi Among the names to be at Las as, not even recognizable to ihe public until their one-shot step :o stardom this year, are Butch Baird, Jackie Cupit, Bob McCallister, George Knudson, Phil Rodgers and Dave Marr . . . The story is that Eddie Gottlieb :ias been offered $850.000 in cold cash to move his Philadelphia Warriors to San Francisco s ic National Basketball Association will have two teams on the West C o a s t . . .Gottlieb doesn't need the money, but the other owners need two stops in California to make the trip to play the Los Angeles Lakers pay off. So Gottlieb just might oblige--and pocket the 900 per cent profit on the sale. of th PCL Briefs By United Press International DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. ( U P I ) Portland closed out its exhibition season with an 11-8 record Friday by nipping Columbus of the International League, 3-2. Portland's Bob Colligan, Ken Sanders and Ted Thiem each rent three innings for the Beavers with Colligan and Thiem each ,iving up three hits and Sanders none. Tony Bartirome, who had a red hot spring, singled home a run for the Beavers. VERO BEACH, Fla. (UPI) Spokane departed for home today after completing its 11-game spring training schedule against Omaha. Omaha won six and Spokane five. The Nebraskans clinched the series Friday by nipping the Indians, 6-4.'Mel Corbo and Rene Friol drove in the losers' runs. But Spokane's squad will be tougher when the regular PCL action starts. Slated to join the squad on the coast are five players shipped down from the parent Los Angeles Dodgers. They include catcher Lid Julian, infielder John Werhas, outfielder Bobby Prescott, and pitchers Thad Tillotson and Jim Ward. CASA GRANDE. Ariz. (UPD- Rookie outfielder Jose Cardenol drew a ninth inning walk, stole second and third and romped Nome on an overthrow to enable Tacoma to tie Springfield of the Eastern League 5-5 Friday. Dick Pawlow and Amasco Blanco, transferred to Springfield from the Tacoma roster only a few days ago, paced the Eastern Leaguers' 12-hit attack on Ron Herbel, the PCL's top hurler last year. Comets, Flyers Vie In Playoffs By United I'rcss International The Spokane Comets and the Edmonton Flyers open the bcst- if-seven playoff finals for Ihe Western Hockey League championship at Spokane Sunday. The Comets banged into the finals Friday night, winning a 3-2 decision over Portland in Ihc nib' game of the seven-game Southern Division playoffs at Spo- sane. Edmonton reached the finals earlier by taking four out of five 'mm Calgary. Spokane, behind Ihe sizzling skalcs of old pro Colin Kilburn, icvcr (railed in Friday night's deciding game. Kilburn slapped in :mc goal in the opening r 'riod and iinolhcr In Ihc second. The third Spokane tally was registered by [ted Jolianson in Ihc first period. Portland's Gordy Faslunvay almost got the Iluckaroos li.uk in Ilic contest single-handedly \vilh t\vo third iwrioil goals within (wo minutes. Snow Keeps Angels Out 01 Action second place Fortuna's 74, ending five-year Husky win streak in :he Relays. The Loggers set three of the marks, Arcata posted a fourth, and all four elementary school division standards were bettered to the satisfaction of 800 onlookers. Eureka won 12 out of 14 possible first places in the running events and one field event. Area- io'that t a anci Sl - Bernard's snared one running victory apiece, and For- luna won the three remaining field competitions. Records will go into the Relays books in the B 75-yard dash, the limited shuttle hurdles, the unlimited two-mile relay and the distance medley. Rio Dell elementary and Fortuna elementary each established two marks in their division. Dash Record Logger Darian Houpt sped to! :07.9 clocking in the B 75-yard dash, the first mark under :08.0j this season and equal to Ihe Hum-j oldt-Del Norte league record. The old Relays record was :08.1, set by Tom Waters of St. Bernard's in 1958. id rek MINNEAPOLIS - ST. PAUL (UPI) --The Los Angeles Angels looked for improved weather an: higher temperatures -- at least above freezing -- today for chance to meet the Minnesota Twins in the opening game of the season at Metropolitan Stadium. Friday's game was postponed hi because six inches of snow covered the field. If tile elements permit, the Angels planned to send former Pittsburgh righthander George (Red) Witt to tbe mound against Jim Kaat. The game was to be televised in Los Angeles. After less than a week of the season, the Angels couldn't help looking back on sunshine and good weather at Palm Springs. They wouldn't have complained about the smog that forced an alert in Los Angeles, just to back to baseball weather. The Minnesota Twin officials couldn't be faulted for not trying. Probably looking forward to an opening day house of 25,000, the Twin management tried ingenious methods to clear the field of snow. They used an outfield sprinkling system to melt the mow, and a helicopter which flew low over the field to dry up the turf. Los Angeles Manager Bill Rigney utilized the day off to send his players through an hour of batting practice in the University of Minnesota field house. Both clubs came into town with improving records. The Angels knocked off the White Sox Thurs. day, 1-0, on Ken McBride's pitching and a home run by Leon Wagner, while the Twins took two of three at Kansas City. Carter Defends Bowling Title In Masters Tourney DES MOINES, Iowa (UPD-T.e 11th annual Masters tournament opened here today on the American Bowling Congress tournament lanes with 480 of the nation's top bowlers in the field. The double-elimination tournament will hold two days of qualifying play today and Sunday, with the first round of match play scheduled Sunday night. Don Carter of St. Louis is defending Masters champion. It appears he may pick up anchor title as his Don Carter Gloves team seem assured of the classic division team title with a 6.248. Four classic teams completed play Friday night with the Stroll's Beer, Detroit, moving into linth place on a 6,019. Rallies To Win Links Crown SALINAS (UPI) --Mrs. Frank Donaldson of Fullcrton reigned as women's slate amalcur golf champion today after defeating Mrs. Bobbie Harlson of Pebble Bca-h. 2 and 1. The winner was four holes down itlcr the morning round before she slarted a rally that carried ilh icr to victory. The malch was ilaycd Friday over the Corral cle riorra Golf Course. Loggers Set Three Marks, Win 12 Running Events By Dun Carllon Eight meet records fell as the Eureka High Loggers powered flieir way to a lopsided Redwood Relays victory on Fortune's Husky track Friday nighi. Eureka racked up 130 points to Houpt also anchored the Eureka; limited shuttle hurdles foursome that was timed in :G0.8. The previ ous mark was :C2.0, set by Eu;a in 1959. Jim Sundfors, Mike Anderson and D. K. Davis shared the record honors with Houpt. The Logger distance medley team of Benny Rogers (1320), Jerry Eklund (440), Leonard Lcn- larl (880) and Mike Daly (mile) was clocked in 11:22.8. Theirs was the most spectacular mark, chop- Mack High Nine Whips Brookings In Non-Loop Tilt BROOKINGS, Oregon - Winners of a 5-3 decision over the Brookings - Harbor High Bruins Friday, the McKinleyville Black 8 e ' Panthers challenge the Qregon- ans again today. '" The Panthers boosted their season record to 3-6-1 by downing the Bruins. Three unearned runs in the fourth inning and Tony semore's four-hit pitching sparked the win. Lanky Bob Corson was sched uled to hurl for the Panthers today. v McKinleyville scored two runs in the first inning Friday, when Ken Long and Semore walked and scored on Bob Moulton's triple. Brookings tied the count in the third frame on Barry Evanson's two-run homer. An inning later the Mack High nine cashed in on four walks, three errors, four steals, and two wild pitches. PLAYER-Miller Phillips .... inson Lowe Dunn Payne McNeely . . . . weeks ads a-Hanseamb BROOKINGS Pos. AB R H PO A E P 0 0 0 0 0 0 RF 3 0 0 0 0 RF 0 0 0 0 0 MCKINLEYVILLE Poi. AB R H PO A E Long Semor* .. Moullon . Overmoc Matlila .. CF 3 0 1 TOTALS 33 5 2 21 1 a--Replaced Dawson En 4th b--Replaced Weeks In 4th BRQOKINGS .. 002 001 0--3 * MCKINLEYVILLE 200 300 x--s 3 Evcnscm 2), McNeely (1), Moullon (31; IB: Sweek (1); 38: Mout- Ion 0); HR: E LOB: B (8), Me n : (7); SB: Free (1), Long (1), Mattla (1); (11. MeNceiy (D; DP= Semore lo Sweet; BB: Dunn (7), Semore I t } ; 50; Dunn (3), Leads (3). Semore 15)1 HP: Leads by Sernorc; WP: Semoref unn; U: Neilscn A Plggf Scorer: ing; Alt.; 50; Time of Game: 2:30. Archer In State Tournament Lead DAVIS (UPI) -- A m a t e u r George Archer led a field of 157 pros and amalcurs into today's second round of the Northern California Open Championship at El Macero Country Club. Archer scored a 34-33-fi? to go 5 under par Friday. Tied at 68 were pros Ron Lctcrllier of San- la Maria and Dave Mancour of Broman 6-4, 6-4. Napa and amalcur Bob Boldt of Richmond. Some of Ihc lourncy's biggest names were not far down (he list. Tony Lcma of San Lcandro and veteran Dutch lltirrisnn of San Francisco both hud 70s. ping nearly 17 seconds off the old record of 11:39.7. Daly ran a 4:39 mile on the final leg of the relay. Arcata's record came in the un- imitcd two-mile relay. Dennis Costanos, Art Lorentzen, Dennis H e d r i c k and Jim McLaughlin turned in an 8:43.8 record. The ild mark was 8:47.6 and was set by the Tigers last year. , McLaughlin's 2:03.0 half-mile anchored the relay. Individual Highs Individual highs were posted by Fortuna's Tom Peterson in the high jump (6-1 W, Gary Page of McKinleyville in the C shot put (49-914), Del Norle's Ron Possinger in the pole vault (10-6), and South Fork's Ron Smith in .he C broad jump (18-5). Rio Dell elementary's Joe Cun- la won the 50-yard dash in :06.6 ind led the eight-man half-mile -clay team that set a 1:50.4 mark. Lanny Vance of Fortuna won he 75 in :08.9. The Fortuna 440- pard relay team was timed ir 1:54.5. A hobbled baton pass cost For. ,una a possible win in the sprint medley. Eureka's Tom McGuirc ind Husky Dale Oglesby both received their batons in a ncck-and- neck finish on the third lap of the event, but the Fortuna pass was muffed and Oglesby never had a chance. Fortuna won the pole vault with j 56-9 total. McKinleyville came n a surprise second at 51-6, beat- ng the strong Del Norte sextet. RUNNING EVENTS LIMITED SHUTTLE HURDLES (4X1201 --E--Sundfors, Anderson, Davis, Houpt; FO; McK; DN; SB -- :flO.B* UNLIMITED SHUTTLE HURDLES (4X120) - Eureka -- Muilo, Mccormltk, Schonwald, Ball -- FO; SB; DN; A -- "'C" 7S-YD. DASH -- D. K. Davis, E; Smim, SF; Gullet, McK; Baldwin, FO; Sandirson, HO -- :0».7 "B" 7S-YO. DASH -- Houpt, E; Cook, FO; Giacomini, A; Bowman, SF; Tnpp, ioo-YD. DASH -- Brown, SB; Oglesby, FO; Weidkamp, E; Desomery, SF; Rumble, A -- :10.2 LIMITED MILE RELAY (4X440's) Eureka -- Sundlors, D. K. Davis, Anderson, Burman; A; FO; DN; MeK -- 3:4B.7 UNLIMITED MILE RELAY 14X440'!) -- Eureka -- Garrctt, Schonwald, Redman, Throssel; FO; McK; A -- J:3t.S LIMITED TWO MILE RELAY (4X«!0's) -- Eureka -- Hartley, Horel, Haberman, Wessner; A; FO; McK; DN -- »:«·· UNLIMITED TWO MILE RELAY (4X8Bo's) -- Arcata -- Costanos, Lorent- Hedrlck. McLaughlin; E; FO; DN; ...iTED «« YD. RELAY MXllO'sl- Eureka -- Haberman, D. K. Davis, Wi er Sundfors; FO; A; McK; SF -- :4B.2 UNLIMITED 440 YD. RELAY (4X!»'.l -- Eureka -- Renfro, Muiio, Houpt, Weidkamp; A; SB; FO; HO -- :«.2 SPRINT MEDLEY (339, HO, 230, 440) ~ Eureka -- Wessner, Habermzn, Redin, McGulrc; SB; HO; DNf MeK -- J:D7.3 DISTANCE MEDLEY -- (1330, 4«, 880, ..Hie) - Eureka -- Rogers, Eklund, Lenhart, Daly; SB; A; FO; McK -- lljM.8* 180 YD. RELAY -- Eureka -- Sction- wald, McGuire, Redman, Weidkamp; FO; A; SB; DN -- 1:35.8 FIELD EVENTS HIGH JUMP -- Fortuna -- A's, Pelci on (4'IVt") Anderson; B's While Nlles; C'l Wells Schmidt; E; A; DN; McK -- ami" SHOT PUT -- Fortuna -- A's, Carneg' gic Slnlem; B's; Sarvinskl S. Moore; C's Stickles Bilsle; A; HO; E; SB -- M7W BROAD JUMP -- Eureka--A's--Weld- kamp A Lankilla; B's Houpt Weis SB; SF; HO; A -- 110'lVi" POLE VAULT -- FO; McK; DN; A; E -- 54'9" ELEMENTARY RUNNING EVENTS 50-YD. DASH -- Cunha, RD; Henry, FO; Martin, FO; Governor, H; Rhodes, 440-YD RELAY -- FO -- Patton, Stevison, Rapin, Henry; RD; RO; H -- 7S-YD. DASH -- Vance, FO; Finley, RD; Smith, H; Vtggers, R -- :08.9* ELEMENTARY 8BO-YD. RELAY (BXllO'sJ -- Rio Dell -- Cunha, Gallcgo, Pendergrass, Cross, Ouigley, Albiany, Finley; FO; RO -- 1:50.4- FINAL TEAM SCORING STANDINGS: E (Eureka), 110; FO (Fortuna), " A (Arcflta), SO; SB (St. Bernard's), 37; McK (McKinleyvlltc), 23; DN (Del Norte), 20; SF (South Fork), 13; (Hoopa), 10. ·_New Meet Record. Eureka JY Net Team Triumphs Eureka High's junior varsity tennis team defeated Del Nortc's ,IVs 3-0 Friday in matches closer than the sweep indicates. Three of the boys' matches ·ent lo three sets before Eureka posted wins. There was only one shutout, a 6-0, 6-0 win by Eureka's Sue Minor over Sue Echwartz. The other Eureka wins included: John Corbette defeated Steve Miller, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4. Lewis King defeated Bob pel, f-2, 3-G, 6-3. Doug Quinn defeated Chuck Rhodes G-4, 4-6, 6-0. Jerry Thomas and Larry Duncan defeated Mike Rhodes and Ralph Clough 6-4, C-3. Jim Hoilicn and Dave Morris defeated John Dodge and Jim Linda Davlin defeated Sue Jep- ion 6-0, (i-.l. Linda Ilopson defeated Cindy Fowler 6-1, (i-:i. Duvlin and Hopson defeated I,nn;i Lchln and Carla Dcming ·I, fi-2. Loggers En Route To Relay Victory Eureka High's Les Throssell takes the baton from teammate Mike Redman and begins the anchor lap of the unlimited mile relay at Fortuna Friday night. Throssell hit the tape well ahead of the rest of the field, giving Eureka a winning time of 3:39.5 for the event. -It was one of 12 Eureka wins in the Redwood Relays. Hawks, Leafs To Clash Tomorrow CHICAGO (UPI) - Coach Rudy ilous was sure that a return to ome ice would give his Chicago lack Hawks "that little extra ush" needed to subdue the To- into Maple Leafs in the Stanley up playoffs. Chicago's defending champions ere two games down to the «afs in their best-of-seven series s they prepared for Sunday ight's game at the Chicago Sla- ium. The situation was identical to lat of a couple of weeks ago hen the Black Hawks dropped le first two games of the seminal series at Montreal and then napped back to beat the Canadi- ns four straight. "We don't need much help," ilous said. "We. played a good ame Thursday night, finally .arting to roll. Home ice will ive us that little extra push to -in." The Hawks and Leafs will meel i the fourth game of the series ere Thursday and return to To- onto for game No. 3 if it is nec- ssary. HSC Neffers To Meet Beavers, Raiders Today ASHLAND, Oregon -- Two Oregon college squads challenged Humboldt Stale's netlers today in the second day of the Lumberjacks' road trip. HSC was scheduled lo meet Oregon Slate and Southern Oregon. Friday the 'Jacks dropped a 4-3 loss to Ihe University of Seattle Cheiftains. Seattle clinched its win in the first doubles match. John Curwan and Jiro Suguro defeated Gary Peterson and Les Brenkman 6-1, 8-6 in the decisive event. The other results included: Curwan, S, defeated Brenkman 5-7, 6-1, 6-0. Mike Dowd, S, defeated Peterson 6-4, 6-1. Suguro, S, defeated Steve Harrow, 6-4, 6-3. Bill Davis, H, defeated Stan t Strieker 6-4, 7-5. Harvey Doerksen, II, defeated Mike McHugh, 6-1, 6-2. Harrow and Doerksen, H, de feated Dowd and McHugh, 6-1, 6-3. Dodgers May Top Own Gate Record LOS ANGELES (UPI)-- Waller O'Malley's Los Angeles Dodgers apparently moved from one gold mine to another when they vacated the Coliseum for new Dodger Stadium this season. The turnout of 37.140 at Friday night's 6-3 victory over the Milwaukee Braves raised the Dodgers' four-game attendance total this season to 137,444--an average of 34,360 per game. Such a pace would enable the 11)62 Dodgers to surpass Ihe all- time National League single-season mark of 2,253,887 which they set in 1960. Pioneers, Gaels Play To Draw MORAGA- (UPI) -San Diego U. and St. Mary's fought to a 4-4 tie and then called it quits after nine innings Friday so lhat the visitors could stick to their traveling schedule. San Diego rallied for four runs in the ninth inning. THE TIMES IN ROB LEE STYLES Times change ... and Roblee keeps pace. Here are just a few of the latest ideas in dress shoes for men. You have your choice of styles--smooth or grained leather, three of four eyelets, black or brown in color. Whatever you choose, it's sure to lend a tasteful accent to your fall wardrobe, from Lurry Frniieescoiii's REDWOOD BOOTERY OPEN FRIDAY NITES 185 Wildwood Ave. Rio Dell RCM-5863

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