Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on May 6, 1966 · Page 8
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Eureka, California
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Friday, May 6, 1966
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Giants Sweep First Series From Dodgers Since ' S I D E L I N E By DON TERBUSH Freshwater Lagoon Provides Big Show : FISH, GAME CHIEF'S REPORT . . . "Very suc- ,- cessful was the label pinned on the summer trout p season opener at Freshwater Lagoon last weekend by I Captain Walt Gray, Fish and Game chief in Eureka. . I would consider it a good opening for that type . of fishing," Walt continued. "There were close to I 7,000 fish taken the first two days. There were about , 1,000 fishermen the first day (Saturday) and 750 the I next. ... . ' j "Fishermen'were well behaved and only three did ! not have the second stamp. They were warned to get j one before they continued fishing. We made only one i arrest and that was for no license at all. "Litterbugs weren't any problem. The wardens watched carefully and several were cautioned." Walt looks for Freshwater Lagoon to continue good this weekend, with anglers claiming four to .eight fish for a four to five hour effort. Another pair of possibilities this weekend would be Stone and Big Lagoons. There are quite a few downslreamers, but some nice fish are being picked up. Remember, too, the limit is still three in these waters. -. ; Walt also reports large fish at Ruth Lake "and if i_' you can get over to Lewiston it is real good." I" Big Swede Creek, a tributary to the Trinity River, "looms as another good weekend prospect. The Trinity itself is muddy to Salyer, but above Big Bar it is clear as are all of the side creeks. Mining operations from time to time haven't done much to improve the situation. . OCEAN SALMON PICTURED. . Stiff winds and .choppy water have kept "a lot of anxious people" shorebound. The situation becomes twice as aggravating because commercial fishermen report there are plenty of "shakers" to be had. i Pat's Place reports "it's kinda' slow fishing. But I the commercial men say that there are a lot out there i lor sportsmen. They've picked up quite a few 'shak- i ers' (20 tc 26 inches). The fish are about 1% miles i beyond the Whistler in 20 fathoms of water. i . If it calms down tomorrow I look for sports sal- i mon fishermen to have a good weekend." ' A reminder, too, that, there will be low tides for ; clamming this weekend. ' , i SPEAKING OF CLAMMING, the State Depart; - ment has issued the reminder that the annual mussel · quarantine in California's ocean waters, bays and inlets went into effect Sunday. Quarantine conditions w i l l r e m a i n i n effect ,..through October 31. V' During the five-month restricted season, mussels 1aken in California are not fit for human consumption and may be used only for fish bait. ', Health officials explain that during the'May'1- ^October 31 period each year, mussels concentrate j-'within their bodies certain chemical substances which r'ijire highly toxic to humans. £ The Department fwarned. that clams taken during ,'; this, period,may also con tain-this unique toxic mate- Srial." Therefore, only'the "whitei meat" of clams should ;'be 'prepared for human consumption. . : jr. Ciams'should be cleaned and washedthoroughly, ;,a'nd"aU "dark meat" portions, containing the'poison jjcut away and discarded. Koufax Company Bow In 10 Innings; Braves Edge Phils By JEFF MEYERS DPI Spurts Writer All UK S» FraMiMO Gluts atcded far. · pvsh toward tie Natloul League pwuant wu a little togetberaess. The togetberaess, however, belongs to Sandy Kovtii ud DM Drysdale, the celebrated Us Angeles boMMit Iwta wh* did* sign a.contract until II days be- 'art the season opeier. The Giants swept a series rom the Dodgers for the firs ime since Jnw ·( 19M b, :nocking out Koufax in the sec and iuiig Thursday and finally winning »-S hi 1» innings. The victory was San Francis- o's.fourfh straight and movec he club wrcentage lo within two points of league leading Pittsburgh. Koufax and Drysdale, unable to reach lop form because oi their unprecedented dual holdout, were roughed up by their California neighbors. Drysdale was belled for five runs in six innings Tuesday · when (he Giants, won the opener of the three gsme .set 8-1; and Koufax lasted only 1 1-3 innings Thursday, giving up four runs and four hits. Perranosbi Gets Loss Although three other Los Angeles pitchers allowed 11 hits, the loss went lo Ron Perranoski, who hurled 11-S innings and didn't give up a Philadelphia ninth with a triple but O'Dell fanned pinch hitle Jackie Brandt, got Cooki Rojas on a grounder and struck out pinch swinger Bob Uecker Jim Wynn's single with two iut in the 13th inning sent home oe Morgan with the winning run for the Astros fifth straighl riumph. iouston's ifth by singling with one out. Houston and John Boccabella Connected for the Cubs. Houston Tourney Plagued By Rain HOUSTON (UPI) -- One hundred and one of. the nation's better golfers figured to twiddle their thumbs or fjnd a gin rummy game to pass the time today while the rains continued to wash away at the $100,000 Houston Champions International Golf Tournament. ; The weatherman offered only a remote chance that a lazy low pressure system centered just off the Gulf of Mexico coast a few miles south of here would shift gears and take the rains, away with il. If il does nol, then there will again be too much casual water standing on the 7,118 yards of the Champion Golf Club's Cypress Creek layout and there Knlinc, Del will be a second day of enforced iddness. consecutive tournament NEED A TRUCK? »Y THE HOUR BY THE WEEK *tl HERTZ Pglrni Pitt Santo, Chi 15 53 19 68 18 .340 22 .324 Clmnt, Pitl 19 82 11 26 .317 Alou, Pitt 17 63 12 20 .317 American League G: AB. R. H. Pet Alvis, Clcv 15 57 5 23 .404 F.Rbsn Bait 15 52 16 21 .404 Oliva, Minn 14 50 10 20 .400 Rbnsn, Chi 16 58 12 21 .362 Yaslski Bos 17 70 14 25 .357 B.Rbsn Bal 15 62 10 22 .355 16 57 12 19 .333 16 58 14 19 .328 18 65 13 21 .323 19 72 12 23 .319 Home Runs N a t i o n a l League: Aaren, Braves 8; Mays, Giants Torre, Braves 7; Lefebvre, Dodgers, Thomas, Braves Gentile, Aslros 6. Warner, Cal Rchrdl, Cal Cash, Del YOU BUY WITH · Confidence and · Peace of mind when you dea! with A. I. SCARLETT Summer ft Gr«nt Sh. Eureka PH. 442-3721 Maury Ay a la (BACKED «Y f H O V I N INTI9KITY) BERNIE ANDERSON'S NEW A NO USED CAM 44J-M3S /Hi I I Sfrlrti safety. Leading off the Jim Davenport reached base on an error by 10th first John Mapr League Results By United Press International National League (10 innings) LA 002 320 010 0 - 8 8 2 F 250 000 010 1- 9 15 4 Koufax, Miller (2), Reed (2), legan (4), Perranoski (9) and loseboro; Bdin, McDaniel (4), Herbel (5), Linzy (6), Henry 9), Priddy (10) and Barton, ialler (6). WP-Priddy (1-0). Kennedy. Ollie Brown' forced Davenport, went to second on a passed ball by .John Roseboro and scored on a two-base error by cenlerfield Willie Davis. Elsewhere in Ihe senior circuit, Atlanta nipped Philadelphia 4-3, Cincinnati outlasted LP--Perranoski 'arker (2nd), ohnson (3rd). Pittsburgh Chicago 4-3 in 13 shaded nnings. In Ihe American League, Cleveland blanked New York 40 and California stopped Kansas City 1-0. After seniiiiig Koufax. to -"the showers, Ihe Giants-; greeted Bob Miller. with three ."more runs .for a 7-0 .lead in the second frame. Orlando Cepeda belted a two-run double and Jim Ray Hart hit a two-run single during the onslaught. Honiers by Wes Parker, Ron F a i r l y ' a n d L o u J o h n ' s o n brought-the Dodgers even at 77. Johnson scored Los Angeles' go-ahead run in Ihe eighth on a single and back-to-back San Francisco miscues. The Giants sent the game into extra innings in the bottom of the frame on three straight singles. Flood Of Homers Pete Rose and Don Pavletich each hit their first homer of the 8 20 .357 season, with Rose's coming in 8 27 .355 (he eighth with two aboard anc 8 19 .352 Pavlelich's in the third. The League Leaders By United Press International National League . G. AB. R. H. Pel Morgh, Hou 22 80 13' 30 .375 Allen, Phil 12 43 9 16 .372 Smith, StL. 19 69 10 25 .362 Strgll, Pill 15 56 Flood, SIL 19 76 Boyer, NY 14 54 Hart, SF 22 76 15 26 .342 Pirates accounted for all their runs via the long ball. Roberto Clemente poled a solo shot, Jim Pagliaroni slammed a two-run drive and Jesse Gonder pinch hit a three-run homer in Ihe ninlh. Hank Aaron's double into deep center field in .the seventh inning drove in Felipe-Atou and proved to be the winning blow. With Atlanta trailing,3-2, Denis Menke led off the seventh with a double and scored the first run on a single by Alou. Lee Thomas walloped his sixth homer of the season for thi Braves. Billy O'Dell pitched clutc ball in relief Johnny Callison for led Atlanta off the Morgan picked first hit since .500 6V, Washington « .10 .375 S kiston 5 12 .294 10 New York 4 15 .211 12 Kansas -City 3 14 .176 12 Thursday's Results Cleveland 4 New York 0 :alif. 1 Kan. City 0, night ( scheduled) Saturday's Games ew York at California, night Wash, at Kan. City, twilight oston at Minnesota Detroit at Chicago leveland at Baltimore im Gentile hit Tomer in five his fourth games for (0-2). Fairly HRs- (1st), itts inci Veale, 300 000 003 3- 6 11 2 301 021 030 x--10 1« 0 McBean (1), Mik elsen (7) and Pagliaroni; Jay, McCool (9) and Pavletich. WP and Houslon -Jay (2-2). LP-McBean (1-1). Rs--Clemente (2nd), Pagliaro(3rd), Pavletich (1st), Rosei 1st), Gonder (2nd). 7 2 (13 innings) Chicago 000 02« 100 000 « 3 iouston 000.120 000000 1 4 8 1 Faul, Jenkins (5), Hoeft (1), bernathy (13) - and Hundley; 'arrell, Raymond (9), Lee 11), Carpin (13) a^nd Bateman, Jrand (7), Healih .(13):.WP- 7arpin (1-0).' LP-Abc'rnathy 0-3). HRs^-Gentile (6th), Boc- abella (1st). 5 hila 000 021 000-- 3 12 1 tlanta 000 101 20x-- 4 10 1 Jackson, Knowles (7), Wagn- r (7), Belinsky (7), Craig (8) nd Dalrymple; Cloninger, Mivo (6), Niekro (8), O'Dell (8) nd Torre. WP--Olivo (1-0). LP -Wagner (0-1). 6lh), Taylor 7)th. HRs--Thomas (2nd), Torre (Only games scheduled) America! League leve 000 000 112- 4 10 1 lew York 000 000 000- 0 3 0 O'Donoghue, Allen (8) and ims; Friends, Cullen (8), Womack (9) arid Howard. WP-'Donoghue (2-0)1 LP - Friend 0-3). an. City. 000 000 000-·· 4 0 -alif. : · 100 000 OOx-- 1 7,2 Sheldon (1-3) and B r y a n ; ewman, Lee (7) and Rodgers. fP--Newman .(1-1). . standings, By Uaitfd Press btenatmal Anericaa Leaf* W. L. Pet GB Cleveland Baltimore Chicago California Detroit Minnesota 14 12 10 11 II 7 .933 .800 .623 .611 .579 ittsburgh an Fran ouston os Angeles tlanta hiladelphia ew York . Louis incinnati iiicago Nati**al League W. L. Pet. GB 13 6 .684 15 7 .682 13 12 12 9 6 8 5 4 .591 .545 .545 .529 .429 .421 .278 .211 Thursday's Remits an Fran 9 Los Ang 8, 10 inns, incinnati 10 Pittsburgh 6, ght tianta 4 Phila 3 night ous 4 Chi 3, 13 inns., night (Only games scheduled) Saturday's Games licago at New York ittsburgh at Philadelphia an Fran at St. Louis, night lanta at Houston, night Los Angeles at Cincinnati EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. GB ulsa wenix enver idianapolis )kla. City san Diego 10 5 .667 11 7 .61! I 9.471 3 8 9 .471 7 - 8 .467 612 .333 Canadiens In Sudden Death Win DETROIT (UPI) -It took he Montreal Canadiens four full games and an addiliona :4fl seconds to win ,the Stanley Cup once they got started, bul t was no easy task. The Canadiens won WESTERN DIVISION Seattle ortland awaii a coma jokane ancouver 11 8 9 7 11 10 9 10 8 10 8 10 .579 .563 .500 .474 .444 .444 1,4 Thursday's Results ndianapolis 3 San Diego 0 hoenix 8 Oklahoma City 5 ortland 5 Hawaii 0 acoma 5 Spokane 2 ancouver 2 Seattle 1 (10 innings) Friday's Games klahoma City at Denver San Diego at Indianapolis awaii at Seattle hoenix at Tulsa acoma at Vancouver pokane at Portland ·teriatlMal League Standings -olumbus 7 1 .875 acksonville 12 2 .857 ichmond 7 .538 ochesler 6 6 .500 oledo 3 5 .375 yracuse 4 7 .364 oronto 2 8 .2*0 uffalo 2 8 .200 Thursday's Results ichmond 9 Toronto acksonville 12 Buffalo 1 olumbus 4 Rochester 2 yracuse 5 Toledo 4 ubilant Canadiens Retain Cup DETROIT: The Montreal Canadiens walked off with the Stanley Cup after defeating the Detroit Red Wings here last night. Canadiens around the cup are (L-R): Claude Provost (14), trainer Andy Galley, Jim Roberts, Ralph Backstrom, Gump Worsley, and Jean Beliveau. the Stanley Cup for the secom straight year and for the recon seventh .time in 11 years for W. L. Pet. GB Coach Toe Blake wilh a sudden death, 3-2, victory over the Detroit Red Wings. It wasn't the best game o Ihe six-game series for Hon 2V4 treal. Detroit Manager-Coacl 2V4 Sid Abel claimed his Red Wings were "the best hockey learn on Ihe ice" Thursday night am Blake admitted it. But little Henri Richar somehow got the puck pas Detroit goalie Roger Crozier after 2:20 of Ihe suddenndeath overtime period and the Ret Wings finished their llth straight season without Stanley Cup crown. Center Jean Beliveau and Leon Rochefort scored Mon IreaPs first goals of the game and Detroit goals by Norm Ullman and Floyd Smith hac . L. Pet. GB sent . il int ° sudden-death play Richard, the 5-foot-7, 160- pound center .of the Canadiens said the puck bounced into the Detroit cage off his leg but Crozier said he thought Richarc slid the puck in with his hand Referee Frank Udvari agreed with Richard and ruled the goa good. The Canadiens built up a 2-0 ead in the first two periods Jespite being greatly oulshot before the Wings could mount a successful scoring attack. The Red Wings' Stanley Cup showing had surprised most of the rink-side observers. They finished in fourth place in the regular season but then ousted Chicago in the semifinals in only six games. They even seemed to have the edge oh Montreal in early play, winning the first two games before wearying to drop the last four to slick-skating Canadiens. Ho/e-/n-One Tourney Chomp Mel Bailey, winner of the Henderson Center Kiwanis Hole-In-One Tournament, accepts his trophy from Clyde E.' Mooney (left), president : qf the sponsoring organization; .'Bailey came-wilhr in 18 inches of the hole. He also received a table model radio. Over 50 prizes were contributed by local merchants for the annual event at the Eureka-Municipal-Course. WONDERFUL SERVICE EXCRLENT PRODUCTS WITH A SMILE TOO! Blue Chip Stamps JIM'S TEXACO Sth t M Eureli C*H 4 SPORTS HUMBOLDT STANDARD Friday, May .6, l%6, Page 8 Patrick To Head St. Louis Blues ST. LOUIS (UPI) -Lynn Patrick, general manager and coach of the Los Angeles Blades, Thursday night was named general manager of the new St. Louis Blues of the National Hockey League. Sidney Salomon Jr., president of the Blues, said, "we.wanted the best man in hockey and somebody who can put the best possible team on the ice ii 1967. We believe we have him.' DSC, UCLA Vie In Trackfesl LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Two of the nation's top track and field teams, UCLA and the Unviersity of Southern California, meet Saturday in dual competition--a prelude to their fight for the national collegiate championship. UCLA, w i n n e r of seven straight dual meets, is favored slightly in the Memorial Coliseum meet over the Trojans who have won the past 33 meets against the Bruins. The Bruins appear to have a better balanced team this season with such stars as Bob Day who will compete in the mile and the two-mile, Marc savage, the collegiate record' holder in the pole vault at 14 ft. 9 in., Bob Frey, a 46.6 quar- (er-miler, and Norm Jackson, with sprint times of 9.4 and 20.6. Chances of a.Trojan victory will depend a lot on the performance of sprinter Dwight Middleton. Middleton is entered in both sprints and will also run with the USC 440 and mile relay teams. The Trojans have a pair of returning NCAA champions in the pole vault with Bill Fosdick u0), and in the high hurdles with-Paul Kerry (13.7). Dennis Carr of USC has run the fastest half-mile' in the world this year at 1:47.9. ALJAVur THE BOATS AHOY .. .ARE IN! Why not be a skipper it doesn't cost much! JOHNSON MOTORS SALES · SERVICE BANK TERMS AVAILABLE NORTHERN MARINE HDWE. Everything for the Fishermen 2nd E Sts. E«dra ( CaH 442-0745

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