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Giants, Dodgers Open Series At Candlestick Tonight HSC, San Quentin Nines Divide Doubleheader 'Jacks Lose Pair Af Sacramento, Meef Presidio Today SAN FRANCISCO. -- Toling a 1-3 record on Ilieir current road trip with four games remaining, the Humboldt State varsity nine today met the Presidio of San Francisco in two seven-inning contests. Sunday the Lumberjacks came "alive" after dropping the first game of a doubleheader to the San Quentin Pirates to scuttle the Bucs, 9-2, in seven innings on a four-hit pitching performance by freshman Jay Dickinson. They lost the nine-inning curtain raiser, 2-0. Dickinson struck out six, scored twice himself and drove in a pair of runs in leading the 'Jacks to victory. Third baseman Monty Feekes contributed a single, double and home run to the cause. Feekes' two-bagger plus singles by catcher Joe Siino, outfielder Roger Toftt and Ted Snapp combined with a San Quentin error gave the Lumberjacks' a four-r'n lead in the first frame and they never looked back. The 'Jacks added a pair in the fourth, two more in the fifth on Feekes' two-run homer to left center, and a single marker in the seventh. One-hitter In the first game it was too much "Kinky" 'Castro. The canny veteran curve-balled the Lumberjacks into submission on a single hit. The 'Jacks in turn received a two-hit job from right-hander Tom Leitz, and he was betrayed by four errors. All of the scoring came in the first inning on a single by Zanich, two walks, and a pair of Humboldt State errors. Today Ken Matias and Eon Slammer got Coach Ced Kinzer's call to the mound. Tonight the squad will take in the Giants- Dodgers game. Kinzer said "We'll do all right if our pitching staff holds up. We're pretty battered and it's possible that Larry Taylor may be through for the year. He's got arm troubles. Drop FWC Tilts Saturday afternoon at Sacra- Friendship Links Tourney Winners Dave Rose, Lou Leal and Car Kamph won three golf balls apiece in the Eureka Men's Municipal Golf Association F r i e n d s h i p Tournament Sunday. Rose won the low gross flight with a 67 score. Leal shot 71 for low net and Kamph won the Cal- lavvay scoring with 70'/z. Reed Porter finished second in gross play with 72 and Curt Sundquist was third at 75. Rudy Tomich was second in the net flight with 74 and Ben Berkhart was third with 76. Norman Bird placed second in Callaway at 70H and Bud Bloom- quisl was third at 71Va. The second place golfers won two balls and Uie third placers won a single ball. Indians, Bisons Open Playoffs By United Press International The powerful Springfield Indians seeking an unprecedented, thin straight Calder Cup championship are heavily favored to down th Buffalo Bisons in the final roun of the American Hockey Leagu palyoffs. Springfield and Buffalo wil meet in a best-of-seven series, th winner to take possession of th coveted Calder Cup. The dates o this final series will be announce today. (Best of Seven Series) W x-Springfield 4 Cleveland 2 (Rest of Five Scries) W x-Buffalo 3 ' Hershey *· 3 X Meet in finals. ^?EASTER is family time . · , and a wonderful time for pictures I AIoke yiyou»;^dqp.or(6^;/or . ';.' 'KodoK eome'roV* ·equipment ''film PROCTOR'S CAMERA SHOP In H«nd»»on C«nl«r ,,,,,, , S1 . HI 3-635 Opiin 8 ··". '» * P'" 1 ' ncnt» the 'Jacks took their lumps n a Far Western Conference twin ill. They dropped the first game, -0, and the second, 11-4. Righthander Dick Bach checked umboldt Stale on Ihree hils in le seven-inning opener. Mean- hile, his males were combing aylor, Leilz and Stammer for 13 asehits. Taylor, complaining of a sore rm, left in the fourth inning' ol le game. Two runs in Ihe first got Uie ornets off lo a lead they never elinquished. Pontoni led off the top of the rst of the second game with is second double of the afternoon nd Tom DiMercurio walked after n infield out had moved the umberjack captain to third. The wo runners engineered a double leal lo give Ihe Lumberjacks a -0 lead. It stood until the last of the ourth when the Hornets scored ix runs, sending ten men to the late on a pair of walks, three jumberjack errors and singles by Viley Overly, Wally Marks and oe Napoli. Linescores Sunday games; First Game: ISC 000 000 000 0-1-4 Q 200 000 OOx 2-2-2 Leitz and Wesl; Castro and Trues- cl. Second Game: ISC . . . 004 220 1 9-8-2 Q 1000100 24-: )ickinson and Siino; Sinclairi, Baker (3), Roy (5) and Trucsscl. FIRST GAME HUMBOLDT STATE PLAYER-- Pos. AB R H PO A E Pontoni CF 3 0 1 2 0 0 aylor, J IB 3 0 1 i 0 0 DIMercorio ... SS 1 0 B 1 3 D narski LF ! fl 0 0 0 0 -Minor LF 1 0 0 0 0 1 Roberts RF 3 o l o o » lino C 3 0 0 3 0 0 .West C o 0 0 1 o e arUon 3B J 0 B 2 B 0 Toll! -- 1 B B fl B 6 cekes IB B 0 0 1 3 B ·Snapp 28 2 B 0 2 fl I aylor, L p 2 0 0 fl fl fl .Leitz P 0 0 0 0 fl 0 -Slammer .... P 0 B 0 B B B TOTALS 22 B 3 IB i 2 SACRAMENTO STATE PLAYER-- Pos. AB R H PO A E Braio IB 4 2 2 7 1 0 Puglleie CF S 2 3 4 fl 0 Mapoli 30 2 3 B 1 - 5 B Kuhni S S 2 4 2 2 3 f l Bell . . . LF 2 B fl 1 B 0 Wallace 2E 4 1 2 1 0 0 tricktand .... RF 4 0 0 2 0 0 Kempster c 3 0 0 4 1 B Bach P 4 2 2 1 B B TOTALS 30 14 13 21 » 6 Summary a-- Replaced Taylor in 4th b-- Replaced Leitz in 4th e-- Plied out for Feekes in 5lh d-- Replaced Snarski in 5th e-- Replaced Siino in Sth I-- Hit into DP for Carlson in 7th HSC 000 000 B-- 0 3 SACTO 202 5SO x-14 13 fl RBI: Mapoli (2), Kuhnz (4), Bell (2 Wallace 0), Strickland (3); 2B: Ponlonf, Braio, Kuhni; 3B: Kuhnz, Wallace; LOB: HSC [SI, SACTO 11); SB: Roberts, Wa ace; DP: Braio, Kuhnz, Bach; Mapoli, Kempster, Braio; B: Bach (3), Taylor 3), Leitz (2), Stammer (2); SO: Bach 3], Taylor (31, Stammer (1); WP: Bach; p. Taylor; Scorer: Oneto; Alt.: IBB; Time ol Game: 2:00. SECOND GAME HUMBOLDT STATE PLAYER-- Pos. AB R H PO A Pontoni CF 5 1 2 2 1 Taylor, J IB 4 I 2 S 1 DiMercurio ... SS 3 1 1 1 » Siino c 3 1 0 7 1 Roberts RF 4 fl 1 4 I Snarski p 2 0 0 B 1 b-Stammer p 0 0 0 B 0 c-Dickinson .... P B 0 0 0 fl Minor LF 3 0 0 2 0 Snapp .. 2B 3 0 0 B 1 carison". 38 3 0 0 4 0 d-Matias - 1 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 31 4 1 24 4 SACRAMENTO STATE PLAYER- Pos. AB R H PO A Braio . . IB 2 1 1 12 1 Pugliese CF 4 1 0 4 0 Mapoli IB 2 1 1 1 4 Kuhra SS 4 3 2 1 S Behl LF 3 2 1 1 1 Wallace 26 4 0 1 4 2 Strickland .... RF 3 1 1 2 B Kempster C 0 0 fl 0 0 a-Overty C 5 1 1 1 B Marks P 2 1 1 » _2 TOTALS 28 11 ! 27 16 Summary a-- Filed out lor Kempster in 2nd ' b -- Replaced Snarski In 7lh c-- Replaced Stammer in Ilh d-- Struck out lor Carlson In 9lh HSC '» °» M °-' ' SACTO" BOO 600 23X-- 11 » RBI: Roberts (11, Mapoli, Kuhnz, Be (3), Wallace, Strickland, Overly, Mark 2B- Roberls, Pontoni, Kuhnz; 3B: Kuhn Behl; LOB: HSC IS), SACTO (!); D Braio, Mapoli; BB: Marks HI, Snars |l), Slammer 14), Dickinson ( ) ) i S Marlks (21, Snarski 12], Stammer ( Dickinson (1); WP: Marks; LP: Snarsk Scorer: Oneto; Alt.: IBB; Time ol Bam 2 hours 45 minutes. . Oregon Track Team Triumphs meet records fell as Oregon's u beaten track powerhouse Sati i day rolled over Stanford, 00-41. was the Ducks' 34lh conscculi dual meet win at home. NCAA hurdles champion .lei Taar won the high hurdles :13.8 and the lows in :23.5. T Ducks' distance ace, Dyron Rur son, breezed lo a mile win 1 l:03.f while Oregon's Keith V man r n n Ihe Iwo miles in HiSC Ingo Kayoes Wim Snoek STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UPI) - jemar Johansson's latest suc- ss along the boxing comeback ail was jeered today by Dutch avyweight Wim Snoek, who in- led lhat a Swedish referee ped Ingo beat him Sunday ght. lohansson, who held the world avyweight title less than two ars ago, recovered from a first- und knockdown and wenl on lo ock Snoek out Sunday night at e minute and 15 seconds of Ihe ,h round. The Swede knocked Snoek down rly in Ihe fifth round for a unt of nine before finishing him s lhan a minute later. Johans- n weighed 210V4 pounds and oek 205%. Ingo almost lost the fight, wever, when he was tagged th a hard left to Ihe jaw by oek when Ihe bout was only 5t conds old. The Swede went own as though pole-axed and hit s head on the floor of the ring. Johansson took the mandatory ght count and was noliceably oggy when he rose. The referee, ert Loevendahl, took a few seeds to wipe Johansson's gloves fore ordering the fight to be re- med. Snoek angrily protested after the ight that Loevendahl was the eal winner" of the match. "Ingemar was completely out," e Dutchman maintained. "He se from the canvas after six or ven but got another eight or me seconds from the referee who rlainly look time wiping his oves." Johansson scoffed at Ihe charge nd said the blow which flooret lim was a "lucky punch." Bailing Leaders By United Press International (Based on 10 official at bats). National League G. AB R. H. Pet. lusial, St.L. 3 11 4 6 .545 .Alou, SF. 6 23 6 11 .478 ejias, Hous. 5 20 3 9 .450 uenn. S.F. 7 21 4 9 .429 menle, Pitts. 4 14 5 6 .429 Amaro, Phila. 4 12 2 5 .417 arker, Hous. 4 15 3 6 .400 White, SIL. 3 15 4 6 .400 liver, SIL. 2 10 1 4 .400 illiam, L.A. 6 23 5 9 .39 American League 'Connll, Wash. 3 12 3 7 .583 oward, N.Y. 3 13 5 7 .538 ollins, Minn. 5 15 3 8 .533 ssegian, Cle. 4 13 3 6 .462 obinson, Chi. 5 19 5 8 .421 ardy, Bos. 5 15 3 6 .400 oppe, L.A. 5 15 3 6 .400 enlile, Balli. 4 13 5 5 .385 eld, Cleve. 4 13 0 5 .385 Wagner, L.A. 4 17 5 6 .353 Home Runs National League: Post, Reds 3; Mays, Giants 3; Cepeda, Giants 3; T. Davis, Dodgers, Mejias, Colts, Marshall, Mets, F. Alou, Gianls, all 2. A m e r i c a n League: Rollins, Twins 3; Landis, White Sox, Cash, Tigers, Wagner, Angels, Bilko, Angels, and Battey, Twins, all 2. Runs Batted In National League: Pagan, Giants 7: T. Davis, Dodgers 7; Pinson, Reds, Coleman, Reds, Post, Reds Mejias, Colts, White, Cards {uenn, Gianls, Gilliam, Dodgers and Adcock, Braves, all 6. A m e r i c a n League: Rollins Twins 8; Robinson, White Sox 6; Howser, Alhletics, Rodgers, An gels, and Hardy, Red Sox, all 5 Pitching National Le?gue: Purkey, Reds Friend, Pirates, and Mahaffey Phils, all 2-0. American League: Terry, Yanks and Pizarro, While Sox, 2-0. Molina, Lane To Battle Again SAN JOSE, Calif. (UPD-Kennj Lane, who snipped Ihe unbealer string of San Jose boxer Luis Mo Una at 20 Saturday night, says h and Molina will have a rematc in the near future. "We had a clause in our con tracl for a return bout, said Lan after he won a unanimous dec sion in a nationally leleviscd 10 rounder at Civic Auditorium here "I'm willing." The 23-year-old Molina said h was eager for another shot at Ih veteran left-hander from Muske ^on, Mich. Lane, 30, survived a furious ns sault by Molina in the last thro rounds of their (en-round bou Judge Fred Bottara scored th (ight 5-3 for Lane, while Judg Elmer Costa and Referee Jac Downey Ixitn had it 7-2 Lane. SPORTS HUMBOLDT STANDARDMondaf, April 16, 1962, P. 17 Brown-Orfi Figfif Tops NEW YORK (UPI) -- Veteran loe Brown will defend his world ightweight championship for the 12th time when he meets Carlos 3rtiz at the Las Vegas Conven- jon Center on Saturday, April 21. The 15-round bout, which will K nationally televised by ABC larting at 10 p.m EST, is the ealure allraclion on Ihis week's joxing calendar. Brown already has defended his rown more limes lhan any other ightweighl champion in history ince winning it from Wallace Bud) Smith on Aug. 24, 1956. His fight with Ortiz originally was scheduled for Feb. 24 of this 'ear, but was postponed when irown developed infected lonsils. Brown, nearing 36 and a veteran of 113 fights, has been impressive in recent training sessions and is a 9-5 favorite over Ihe Puerto Kican-born Ortiz. Ortiz, just 25, has won 35 professional fights while losing only bur and in his last appearance ate in 1961 he outpointed Paolo Rossi. Ortiz now lives in New York and is recognized as Ihe No. 1 challenger lo Brown. Two eight-round fealures are on tap at St. Nick's in New York Billy Casper Greensboro ! GREENSBORO, N. C. (UPI)-Bill Casper Jr. and Mike Souchak, looking more like foolball players in praclice jerseys lhan golf pros, sat next to each other on rickety wooden chairs Sunday and told how they finished one-two in the $35,000 Greater Greensboro Open golf tournamenl. "It's really hard to believe 1 won the tournamenl," said Ihe bear-like Casper who picked up a check for $5,300 as Ihe 1962 Greensboro Open champion. "The good Lord is certainly looking over me Ihis year, so far." Casper's four round lotal of 275 was one stroke belter than the 276 turned in by Souchak, who won the Greensobor Open last year with another 276. Seven limes winner of Ihe Greensboro Open Sam Snead finished Ihird wilh a 278 and won ;2,200. Billy Maxwell of Las Ve;as, Nev., won fourlh place money of $1,900 wilh Iwo under par 282 al the Sedgefield Country Club. Three-Way Tie Deadlocked in seventh place at 286 for 72 holes and receiving becks for $1,300 were Dave Marr Jack Nicklaus and Jim Ferrier. George Bayer, Julius Boros ant Jerry Steelsmilh finished in lOlh place with 287s_worth $1,016. "I wasn't watching Souchak, 1 was loo cold," said Casper as he warmed up indoors afler winning in 40-degree wealher under over Spokane Snares Playoff Victory B y United Press Internalional The underdog Spokane Cornels were off to a flying start in the Weslern Hockey League playof finals today afler laking Ihe firs jame from Edminton, 3-1, Sunday night. The Comets and Flyers tangle again at Spokane Tuesday nigh in the second of the hest-of-sevci series for the league lille. Spokane, which finished second to Portland in Ihe Southern Divi sion during the regular season ;ot two third period goals in Sun day's contest to stow away th game. Gerry Slrallon scored wha proved (o be Ihc winning goal a 2:35 of Ihc period afler Ihc tw teams had balllcd evenly for mos of Ihc night. Steve Wiliuk pi Spokane ahead in Ihe firsl perio nil Chuck Holmes came bac Western Hockey League Plnyoff Results Ry Unllcd Press International League Finals (best 4 of 7) Spokane 3 Kdnwmtnn l (Snoknn leads, 1-0). z Title Slate londay nighl, Bobby Bartels neeting Jackie Matesic and Ruin (Hurricane) Carter laking on ohnny Tucker. Bartels, a New Yorker, will be naking his first start in over a ear. He has won 11 of 16 fights vilh one draw and five knock- uls. Malesic, of Pittsburgh, also as five KO's to his credit with 0 victories and four losses. The week's schedule: MONDAY-- New York-- Bobby Cartels vs. Jackie Malesic am ohnny Tucker vs. Rubin Carter; 3 rovidence, R.t-Harold Gomes re. Tommy Griffin; Philadelphia- Jesse Smith vs. Johnny Alford; :hicago-T. A. Jones vs. Richard 3uilford, ' and will Harris vs. Frank Smith. TUESDAY-- Santa Rosa, Calif.- Marcelo V a r g a s vs. James Palrick. WEDNESDAY -San Francisco- Zora Folley vs. Robert Cleroux. THURSDAY. --Philadelphia- Charley Scoll vs. Gaylord Barnes; Omaha. Neb.-Bill Nielsen vs. Harold Carter; San Diego, Calif. Charley Powell vs. Gerald Gaines. SATURDAY-- Las Vegas, Nev.- Joe Brown vs. Carlos Ortiz (worlc ightweighl championship). Captures Open Title casl skies al the par 71 Sedge- eld course. Souchak went into the fina ound tied wilh Casper al 207 for 4 holes. "I had Iwo miserable ults on the 15th and 17th," he aid, "and then I went into the valer on 16." Casper, said to be the most re- axed, casual player on the pro- essional golf circuit, was actually railing Souchak by three strokes fter nine holes over the win wept course in the final round. Standings By United Press International National League W. L. Pet. G Pittsburgh 4 0 1.000 . St. Louis 3 0 1.000 "· San Francisco 5 1 .833 . Philadelphia 3 1 .750 1 Los Angeles 4 2 .667 1 Houston 3 2 .600 1 Cincinnati 2 5 .286 3 Milwaukee 1 5 .167 4 New York 0 4 .000 4 Chicago 0 5 .000 4 Sunday's Results Pittsburgh 7 New York 2 (1st) Pittsburgh al New York (2nd ppd., rain Milwaukee 6 Los Angeles 3 Cincinnali 4 San Francisco 3 SI. Louis al Chicago, ppd., cold Houston at Phila. (2), ppd., rai Saturday's Results Pittsburgh 6 New York 2 San Francisco 13 Cincinnali 6 Philadelphia 3 Houston 0 AS Angeles 5 Milwaukee 5 Tuesday's Games Houston at New York Pittsburgh at Chicago Los Angeles at San Francisco St. Louis at. Philadelphia, night (Only games scheduled). American League W. L. Pel. G ^os Angeles 3 1 .750 . Washington 2 1 .667 New York 2 1 .667 Chicago 3 2 .600 Cleveland 2 2 .500 1 Baltimore 2 2 .500 1 Minnesota 2 3 .400 1 Boslon 2 3 .400 1 Dctroil . 1 2 .333 , 1 Kansas City ' 2 ' 4 .333 2 Sunday's Results Baltimore 5 Boston 1 (1st) Boston 5 Baltimore 4 (2nd) Chicago 8 Kansas City 3 Los Angeles 6 Minnesota 3 New York al Detroit, ppd.. coll Wash, al Clcvc. (2), ppd., snow l Saturday's ttcsiills t Cleveland 6 Washington 4 t Baltimore 3 Boston 0 1 Los Angeles 12 Minnesota 5 k New York 11 Detroit 5 Tuesday's Games Chicago at Minnesota Washington al Dctroil Kansas Cily at Ixis Angeles, ni c Boslon al Cleveland, night New York ,il Itnlllmorr, nighl Pirates Unde Friend Wins By FRED DOWN UPI Sports Writer Amid all the hoopla over the rly-season heroics of the San ancisco Giants and Houston Colt s, the Pittsburgh Pirates posted genlle reminder today that ley're still in Ihe Nalional .£ague. Remember the Pirates? They re world champions in 11)60 ly lo nose-dive into a humiliat- g sixth-place finish in 1961. Well, they're leading the league day with a perfect 4-0 slate and e very good reason is the rc- rn lo form of Bob Friend, who on 18 games in I960 bul slumped a 14-19 record in 1961. Friend s c o r e d his second raighl nine-inning victory of Ihe ason Sunday when he pitched e Pirales lo a 7-2 win over the ew York Mets. Friend, who shut 1 the Philadelphia Phillies on ening day, llius has allowed only hits and two runs in 18 innings. Smoky Burgess Homers Batterymate Smoky Burgess as- red the Pirates' fourth straighl clory by capping a five-run rally th a three-run homer off loser oger Craig in Ihe Ihird inning. 11 Virdon had Ihree hils anc ick Groat and Dick Sluart had vo hils each for Ihe Pirates rile Felix Manlilla and Jim arshall homered for the Mets. The second game of the sched- ed doubleheader was snowed out the third inning wilh the Mels ading, 2-0. The Cincinnati Reds handed the mnts Iheir firsl loss of the sea- n, 4-3, a n d Ihc Milwaukee raves scored their first victory Ihe campaign, 6-3, over the Los ngeles Dodgers in other NL Jones, Cole In Quarter Midget Racing Wins Gary Jones had fast time of he day and Ed Cole won the 0-lap main event in Arcata "iar- er Midget Association racing Sun- ay. Jones was timed in :07.45 sec- nds in one of the closest races or top time. John Billings was ocked in :0747, Bob Billings in 07.48, and Greg Roberts in :07.55. Order of finish in the main vent was Cole, John Billings, Gary Jones, Roddy Cummins ant Bob Billings. Leonard Carlson, Frances Rob erts and W. Branford won draw ings. The other results included: Heat 1 -- Robin Cummings Roddy Cummings, Kathy Roberts Heat 2 -- Ed Cole, Greg Roberts John Billings. Heat 3 -- Fred Cole Greg Roberts, Bob Billings. Ilea 4 -- Kalhy Roberts, John Billings Gary Jones. Novice heal - Ted Cole. Novic main -- Ted Cole, Debbie Cun mins. Semi-main -- Kalhy Roberts Robin Cummins, Fred Cole, Rick 5unlin. Redwood Empire Quarter Midget Racing Sunday Redwood Empire Quarter Mid gel drivers will hold Iheir firs official race of Ihe season on Ih Parkside Speedway Easter Sun day. Time trials will slarl at o'clock. The first race is at 2 p.m Yesterday a practice race wa held with Ihe following results: Trophy dash, Mark McKamey first heat, Marcia Waldow; secom leal, Patty Jo Pine; third hea Ricky Losh; semi-main. Marc Waldow; main event. Monte Wa do\v. The REQMA also staged a mo el car show at McKinleyville Sa urday. Winners were Ed Mori son of Arcata, people's choic Randy Smith of McKinlcyvill besl worksmanship; Morriso rcka, hesl competition; Mon Waldow of E u r e k a and To Barnes of Arcata besl display. USC Tracksters I I · 1 1 1AI 1 In Lopsided Win SFATTLE ( U P I ) Soulhe California flattened Washingt and Idaho in a triangular me here Saturday as Troy won lied for firsl in all hut one eve USC scored 101, Washington S and Idaho 21. fealed As Second Tilt ( mes. In the American League, le Boston Ked Sox beat Ihe Balli- ore Orioles, 5-4, after a 5-1 dc( at, the Chicago While Sox de- aled Ihe Kansas City A's, 8-3, , d the Los Angeles Angels beal , le Minnesota Twins. 6-3. Purkcy Wins Second Jim Brosnan's 1 1-3 innings of lutoul relief preserved Boh Pury's second victory after the eds ran up an early lead over le Gianls with the aid of Iwo hils Vada Pinson and errors by rlando Cepeda and Ed Bailey, an Mariehal suffered Ihe loss. Hank Aaron and Ed Matlicws Heeled five hits and drove in ur runs between them to pace ic Braves lo their victory over le Dodgers. Bob Hcndlcy pitched five-hitter for the Braves to win s first game while Sandy Kou- x, who fanned seven in 6 1-3 nings, was the loser. Steve Barber, on a Sunday pass om Ft. Bragg, N.C., pitched an ght-hitter to win the opener for e Orioles but the Red Sox came lack to win the second game with ic aid of a key hit and throw ly lefl-fielder Carl Yaslrzcmski. ackie Brandl drove in three runs ilh a double and a single for the rioles in the first game. Yas- zemski's bad-hop two-run single rove in two runs for the Red Sox the second game and his 320- oot, one-hop throw in Ihe seventh ning cut down the potential ty- g run at Ihe plate. American League First Game) oston 010 000 000-- 1 8 0 ialtimore 200 021) lOx-- 5 5 2 Schwall, Wills (7), Fornielcs (7 nd Pagliaroni. Barber (1-0) and riandos. Loser - Schwall (0-2). Second Game) oston 010 400 000- 5 8 1 altimore 000 001 300- 4 1(1 2 Cisco, Raclatz (7) and Paglia- oni. Hoefl, Slock (4), Short ( 6 ) , chew (7), Pappas (9) and Lau. Vinner - Cisco (1-0). Loser - oeft (0-1). hicago 010 014 200- 8 8 2 ansas City 003 000 000- 3 6 2 Pizarro (2-0) and Carreon. Ra- ow, Pfister (8) and Sullivan. j, sc V _ Kakow (1-1). HR -- Lanis 2. os Angeles 000 330 000- 6 12 linnesota 000 000 003- 3 9 Grba, Morgan (9) and Rodgers Kralick, Sadowski (5), Manning (6) and Battey. Winner' -- Grba (1-1). Loser - Kralick (0-2). IIR- Bilko 2, Wagner, Rollins. New York at 'Detroit, Ppd, cole weather Washington at Cleveland (2), Ppc snow and cold weather. . National League (First Game) Pittsburgh 005 200 000-- 7 11 New York 100 100 000-- 2 6 Friend (2-0) and Burgess. Craig MacKenzie (4), Moorhead (6) and jinsberg, Canizzaro (5). Loser -Craig (0-2). HR -- Mantilla, Burgess, Marshall. Second Game) Pittsburgh at New York Ppd., rain and snow. Cincinnati 202 000 000-- 4 C 1 San Fran. 000 000 030-- 3 14 2 Purkey, Brosnan (8) and Edwards. Mariehal, Duffalo (8), Mil- key 12-0). Loser -- Mariehal (1-1) Milwaukee 000 031 110-6 10 3 Los Angeles 102 000 000-- 3 5 2 Hcndley (1-0) and Torre. Kou fax. Roebuck 171, Riche-'t (II) and HR -- T. Davis, H. Aaron. Houston at Philadelphia (2) Ppd Itain. St. Louis at Chicago, Ppd., coli weather. Five Marks Set In Marine Corps School Relays QUANT1CO, Va. ( U P I ) - Car Gnhner, a New York Univcrsil sophomore who came less Ilia four feet shy of a world recor outstanding athlete of the Marin Corps Schools Relays. Gunner heaved the lli-pound slio 62 feet 6 inches, 3 feel 4 Inrhof Gubner holds Ihc national indoo record wilh a heave of (51 ice rVll*'i inches, bul indoor marks ,11 inol recognized as standards. O'Dell Vs. Williams As Bofh Clubs Try To Bounce Back SAN FRANCISCO tt'l'll -- Errors. Ihe very thing that helped the an Francisco Giants ride to a 13-6 victory over the Cincinnati Reds n Saturday, were Hie main reason why manager .Alvin Dark's roo is fell back on Hie ground with a thud Sunday. The Keels not only pinned 0 4-.I efeat on them at Candlestick ·ark but knocked them out of the ndefealtd corps i after they had von their first five games of the eason. And more possible bad news hecks into town lonighl when the o)s Angeles Dodgers take over ;anllestick Park for a two-game oust. Manager Waller Alston, whose Dodgers are the UPI pennant election, plans to start with big tan Williams (0-0) against the Jii,r.ts' lefty Billy Odell (1-pi. A crowd of 28,697 watched Sun- ay as the Giants handed Cincin- mlli a pair of unearned runs in he third inning by committing wo errors, and then uncorked a hrcc-run rally in the eighth that ell short. Marichal M First baseman Orlando Cepeda Warner Stars In Swimfesl, HSC Finishes Third SACRAMENTO -- Freshman freestyler Fred Warner led Hum- Midi Stale to three record victories here Saturday a g a i n s t swimming teams from San Francisco Sta'e and Sacramento State. However the 'Jacks finished third in Ihc meet. Warner won the 50- and 100-yard freestyles and anchored the Lum- jerjack 400-yard freestyle relay 'oursomc. It was the final dual and three- way meet action for HSC prior o the Far Weslern Conference 'ina s April 28 in Ihe Hornet pool. San Francisco nipped the Horn e s Gil-SB in the triangular scoring, with Humboldt third with 34. The Hornets dropped the Gators 48-43, however, in their dual competition. They defeated HSC 59-32. The San Francisco team downec Humboldt 67-24 in their dual scor ing. Warner equaled the Humbold Stale record of :54.5 in the' 100 yard freestyle. He was timed i :24.5 in the 50-yard event, clip ping a tenth second off the schoo mark. The HSC relay team also es tablished a school mark of 3:48.1. The old standard was 3:55. Warner, Rod Myall, Dan O'Brien and John Wyman swam Ihe record - shattering 400-yard evenl. 400 YD. M E D L E Y R E L A Y ' -- SFS -Jacoby, Scott, Wiswell, Deker; SSC -4:}1.4 SSC; Wood, SFS; Dcrncr, SSC; Fair field, SFS; G r i f f i t h , HSC -- 2:21.4 SO YD. F R E E STYLE -- Warner, HSC, Davis, SFC; Fern, SSC; Deker, SFC, Walsh, SSC -- :24.5 100 YD. I N D I V I D U A L MEDLEY -5 pes, SSC, Harkness, SFC; Jacoby, SFC Fontaine, SSC; Ellis, HSC -- 1:16.5 S P R I N G B O A R D D I V I N G -- Ball, 'SFC Wl cox, SFC; Englisti, HSC; Personlus SSC; Chapman, SSC -- 1EB 100 YD. BUTTERFLY -- Wlswcll, SFS Cordero, SSC; Harkness, SFS) Stock HSC; Lamb, SSC -- 2:35.0 100 YD. F R E E STYLE -- Warner HSC; McGregor, SSC; Davis, SFS Deker, SFS; Fern, SSC -- :J4J 100 YD. BACKSTROKE -- Bloom SSC; Jacobv, SFS; Fontaine, SSC; Hark ness, SFS; Freeman, HSC -- 2:31.1 410 YD. F R E E STYLE -- Derner SSC; Wood, SFS; Falrfleld, SFS; Ellis HSC; Bloom, SSC -- 5:17.1 200 YD. BREASTROKE -- Slpei, SSC Scotl, SFS; Stock, HSC; SES; SFS-- 2:39.( 400 YD. F R E E STYLE RELAY -- HSC -- Wyman, Myall, O'Brien, Warner SSC - 3:41.1 T H R E E - W A Y MEET: SFS (San Fran Cisco State], 6D; SSC (Sacramcntc Slate College), 64; HSC (Humboldt Slate college}, 34. HSC 31; SFS 67; HSC 24; SSC 40 SFS 43. Sargent Winner Of Road Race STOCKTON (UPl)-Cliuck Sar gent of Modesto, driving a sleel birdcage MasenHi, made a clear sweep of the tenth annual Stock on road races Sunday by Utkitij tlie main event as 10,000 watched In tlte pole position by virtu of a Saturday win, Sargent fin ishcd 2!) seconds nliead of ,Ioh Mastcrson in a Porsche RC-60. nd catcher Ed B a i l e y were uilly of the third inning miscues lal helped the Reds build up a -0 lead. They had scored twice n the first after Juan Mariehal ut himself on the skids by walk- ng Ihe firsl Iwo baiters he faced. Mariehal, .who gave way lo a inch hiller in Ihe seventh, took he loss and now is 1-1. Bob Purey, wilh Jim Brosnan rushing ut from Ihe bullpen in Ihe eighlh, irought his mark to 2-0. The Cincy slarter has accounted for lis (cam's only wins lo dale. San Francisco clubbed the Iwo lurlers for a lotal of 14 hils, 11 off Purkcy, bul lefl 10 men on ase. Frank Robinson helped Purkey survive Iwo of Ihe Ihree situations n which the Giants had men on irst and third wilh two out. He robbed Jim Davenport wilh a umbling, back-handed stab of his iner in the fourlh then raced to his right in the sixth to grab another Davenport smash. Purkey was routed in Ihe eighth nning when Ihe Gianls banged him for three hils. Felipe Alou's ,hird straight single and a double by Bailey senl in Iwo runs and Purkey was replaced by Jim Brosnan who gave up a run- scoring single lo Jose Pagan. Dark Not Alarmed Davenport followed wilh another single but became the second oul of Ihe inning after he was hung up between second and ' first on the play. Then pinch hitler Matty Alou fouled oul. With two down in Ihe ninth, Mays cracked his Uiird single bul Brosnan ended the game by making Orlando Cepeda fly out to lefl field. Cincinnati got lo loser Mariehal for Iwo runs in Ihe firsl and second innings. Juan hurl his cause by walking the first two men he faced to open the game Ihen gave up a single lo Vada Pinson and a sacrifice fly to Robinson thai resulled .in two scores. Robinson later singled and lallied an unearned run. The Reds committed six errors on Saturday while presenting San Francisco with seven unearned markers. Dark, did not seem upset by the lefeat. "The boys were singing the bat ;ood," he said, in reference lo Ihe 4 hits, "but Cincinnati played a ;ood game." Smith, Andrews Top Hole-In-One Tourney Play Ken Smith and Fran Andrews came closest to holes-in-one Saturday in the Eureka High Key Club's competition at Eureka Municipal Golf Course. Smith drove lo wilhin three feet, Ihree inches of Ihe pin on the 165-yard fifth hole. Andrews smacked her tee shot four feet, eight inches from the cup. Mike Cloney won the junior division wilh a shol seven feel from Ihc flag. More lhan 150 golfers competed n the bcnefil evenl. Proceeds go o send Ihe EHS club lo a convention in San Diego. About $200 profil was made, according lo club president Mike Wallace. Other top finishers in the men's division were Joe- Arruda, Vern Whitlow, Ellis Langley and Frank McDougall, all driving within five feet of the cup. Vcra Brcckenridgc, Eunice San- drclto and Freda Ramaeciotti led (he women's competition, while Frank Hibbard, Gregg Bean and John Baddeley topped the junior jciass. THIRSTY? get gassed up at RALPH ANDFPQnM'Q ix.rHfcrn ·rllXL/ClxOVsIx 9 CHEVRON SERVICE 4th and D $(s. . Downtown Eurofca Complete linn of Atlll Inrl SKndird Produlti

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