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Irish Smash SI; Mission Triump s Unbeaten Sacred Heart stayed that way, once defeated Mission won another, a Lincoln two-hitter went up in the smoke of a conflagration of errors and Washington humbled Poly in yesterday's local prep baseball action. The mighty Irish slammed their traditional St. Ignatius rivals, 5-0, at Funston, although Wildcat Dick Keating held the winners to five hits while his mates were nicking victor Ed Lampe for six. Sacred Heart enjoyed its twenty-fourth consecutive triumph of the season, Including six in league play, against its ancient enemy, and did so be fore 3,500 witnesses, largest of the season. The Irish wrapped it for the deep freeze with a run in the third, tacked on two more in the fourth on Rich Muratore's ground rules double that lost itself in the overflow crowd in right center field. - The other two were added in the seventh on errors by Jack Scramaglia and Roger Ferrari, a walk and a hit batsman. The speedy Micks stole nine bases. Mission paced Balboa all the way to register a 5-3 victory at Big Rec as Angelo Maraccini hoisted his fourth triumph in five starts. Chief stickman was Freddie Waters, who hit three for four.Sf? includin? a dnuhlp artrl arnrm p-hooley.rf , , ,Y soto.lb two runs, joe wonterosso clubbed his season's fourth homer, a lofty smash that soared over left fielder Bob Haight, in the fourth. Lincoln's Fred Glosser was the day's hard luck kid. He pitched a two hitter and lost it. 4-2, to upstart Galileo at Big Rec when his mates stacked up errors as though they were monumental achievements. The Links forged to the front in the second for a 2-0 lead on a hit and two Gal bobbles. But they shed the advantage in the fifth when the Lions cashed in on one hit, a pair of walks and two of Lincoln's seven errors for three runs. A hit and three more juggling tricks by the Lincolns presented Galileo with another run in thi sixth. Washington's Fernando Mol-talvo and Poly's Bill Simmons shared three hit distinction at Funston, but the Eagles used their bingles to better advan tage and emerged with a 4-2 decision. Washington got off flying and put over two in tne opening irame on tne smorgasbord com bine of a balk, two hits and an error after two were out. They icea it in tne second with another marker. ST. SACRED HKART ! AB H Hi Hiiratore,2b un ame.et Menlo Atherton Wins Two Hitter Bill Brodie allowed two hits and struck out twelve to give Menlo Atherton a 3-1 win over Lincoln of San Jose to feature yesterday's South Peninsula Athletic League baseball play. Sequoia squeezed by Willow Glen, 4-3, in the only other league game. Irv Haydock hit a two run homer in the third for the winners. San Jose, the league leaders, and second place Palo Alto were idle. i.incoin . . . . ilenlo-Atherton Cittl. Nolan and Finegold. i-ecjuoia Wlilow Glen .... Wangeman and and Cornelisen. . . .000 100 01 2 2 Oil 100 x 3 4 3 (3) and Rogga; Brodie 102 000 1 4 9 1 030 000 0 3 5 2 Haydock; Maytorena Contra Costa Mt. Diablo High checked the Contra Costa Division of the pennant drive of Acalanes in the DVAL by upsetting the Dons, 4-3, in a makeup game at Concord yesterday. Antioch defeated Los Lomas, 4-2, at Walnut Creek. Acalanes 001 200 0 3 7 0 Diablo . 103 000 x 4 4 5 Jones and Fadelli; Agnipand and Lit-torno. Antioch 001 021 04 4 4 Los Lomas . . . 100 100 0 2 5 5 Autentlco and West; Lahde and Schup-Tert Toland ffii, Zuno.c Lampe. p IG.NATU S AB K H Iscrmaglla.ss 3 0 McDonld.2b 3 1 De.Martlnl.cf 4 OW.illj.ren.rf 4 0 Ferrari. lb 4 liCanevaro.lf 2 1 KeatinR.p 2 O'Rfchrdsn.Sb 2 1 Portman.c 1 I Stone 1 IlIcGettien.c 1 0 0 O 1 0 2 O 1 o n o o o o o 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .Totals 29 5 SI Totals Sacred Heart St. Ignatius 28 0 6 001 200 25 000 000 00 E Meda.Flia. VnnrmnM a.,- Pe.Marilni Ferrari. Richardson. RBI ?Rrani"; urat0r8 2- SB DeMartlnl. JB Soto. Muratore. SO Lamne s. k-.m. ner Lampe H-Ot. Loser Keating d. 1). BALB04 Player AB Haight, If l Fa.deef.ns 3 Evans, lb 2 Tarantino.cf 3 Ryden.c 3 Frederck.Sb 1 Hutchins.rJ 3 Miguel, p 2 Crudo.2b 2 Prosch.lf 1 Rdrigues.3b 2 Williams, 2b 1 Hackbarth.p 1 , I MISSION" HI Player AB 11 .Mnterosso.sa ui waters, cf 11 Matlas.2b rsimlln.lf OiYoung.lb 0! Neves. c I'McOov.rf 0 Roberts. 3b Oj Maraccini, p Ol II II -I Totals 25 3 i Totals 25 5 8 000 000 33 Mlss'" 102 110 x 5 . n, Monterosso 2. RBI Hackbarth, Williams, Monterosso. Simlin, Neves, Rob, erts. HR Monterosso, 2B Waters, simlin. BB Miguel 3, Hackbarth 2. Maraccini 3. SO Miguel 4, Hackbarth 4, Maraccini 4. Winner Maraccini (4-1), Loser Miguel. WASHINGTON I POLY flayer AB R HI Player AB R H Bousquet.cf 3 0 OlCutrifelli.cf 2 10 Sochor.lf 3 0 O'Nash.rf 3 0 0 Mntlvo.3b-o 3 1 1 B.LeMire.ss 10 0 Hadley,rf-3b 2 1 0 Ventrlonl.lf-c 3 0 2 Scharf.lb 3 0 lTloutierlb 2 0 0 'n, ,j u niMmmons.p 3 0 0 Leeper.c 3 1 0'A.LeMire,2b 3 11 Thompsn.cc 2 0 OLee.c 3 0 0 Raven. p 0 0 0Ross.3b 2 0 0 Okazaki.rf 2 1 l'Knooe.lf 0 0 0 Cordova 10 0 Totals 24 4 31 Totals 23 Washington 210 000 1 4 3 Polytechnic 100 100 0 2 3 E Hadley, B. LeMlre. A. LeMire. RBI Montalvo. Scharf, Okazakl. SO Mon-talvo 6. Simmons 3. BB Raven 3, Montalvo 4. Simmons 6. Winner Montalvo (1-0). Loser Simmons (0-3). LINCOLN I OALILKO Player AB.R.H.I Player AB.R.H. Mccarthy.lf 3 0 01 Bowerjis 2 10 llAlatio,2b 4 10 2! Flanagan.lb 2 0 0 lil.ltjpl.3b 2 0 II Chiarenza.rf 2 0 I'Mantuefel.p 2 0 l'Craft.c 3 0 OIGreco.cf 2 0 0! Pierce. If 1 Ude.lb 4 Glosser. p 4 VnWrnskl.c 2 Garrett. lb 3 Cabrol.3b 3 Glase.cf 3 Thomas.rf 3 Brtons.ss Molakides.lf 1 0 OIHerbert.rf Totals 29 2 71 Totals 22 4 2 Lincoln 020 000 0 2 Galileo 000 031 X 4 E Brlons 3, Glosser, Cabrol, Bower 2, Chlarenza, Uie. Garrett. RBI Flanagan, Llppi. 2B Garrett. W Mantuefel (2-11. L GlOfser (2-1). BB Mantuefel 1, Glosser 5. SO Mantuefel 5, Glosser S. I ,sf now you just can't ' I I I harSyget anything better Poly Sets Fast Pace In Trials Title favored Polytechnic set the qualifying pace in All-City track trials held at Jefferson High, Daly City, yesterday. The Parrots advanced eigh teen men through the first round of heats, followed bv Washington with sixteen and Lincoln with fourteen. Top performance was the 2:18.6 clocking by Washington's six man 1320 yard relay team. The AAA record is 2:18.2. Yesterday's program included varsity track and lightweight field events. Lightweight track men and varsity field men will qualify at Jefferson today, with u-acK semifinals for all divisions set for Thursday. Finals will be staged at San Franrisrvv state Saturday. Yesterday's qualifiers: VAKSITV 1Z0 HIko Hurdles (Two In each heat quaiuy iUi scuiiuhals, tmra quuunes ior v"'",1, i L iiauery il ) BlegBi (f), iimitli iM): m.s.h. hi ' uiumee t.Si), Coleman (W), Welcn ip; :io.o Heat 3 Dawsun (SI), Daniels (Bi .uamiing (U): :15.2. Host 4 McKahri u f";u's mt, xnomaa (W); ;15.7. ..mv u Din iri, jyicriieroou iwi, Wag ner ( Li ) ; :16.S. 8H0 (Three in each heat qualify for flnaiS): Heat 1 rinclmey (B), Tan low, hsm ii.ii; i-.vi.i. Heat i An derson, iVV). ukubo (Lo), Kerr (SD J Barron (Si;, Kleiner - . wise ib) . i.ui.(. 100 (Two in each heat qualify for semumaia); Heat l Gordon (H'l. Carr 'f', . ai u.aiicharu if i, Buckley (SI); :10.4. Hrat 3 Taylor ,,v v.a.nnuy tin;, ;iu.j. Heal 4 carr (W), Devencenz: (SI); :10.S Heat 5 rucceut (Li), urlmes (Pj ; :10.7. Huat 6 vaiiuei u.. icp iiitte (Ui; ;iu.5. 4p (Two in each heat qualify for VS , . k V - Anen nil, faaeiia '" I '! n, Mcuraw f), Ven turi ( B) ; 54.6. Heat 3 Gould (Loi fS. r 'YU; 51-8- t,eitt Buckman fA' c0anlha1 P: 53.8. Heat 5 Hoaas ?',! f''art ( M ) ; 52.6. Heat fr Brock (Lit. Jefferson (V); 54.0. 180 Low Hurdles (Two In each heat quaiuy tor semifinals): Heat J Guddee jo,, .uut-iiersun ibi; u.B. Heat 2 Dawson (SI). Bell (P); 21.1 Heat 3 Vander Zwiep (Li). Dixon (M); 20.4. Heat 4 Garrick (W), Nichols (B); 21.5. Heat 5 Bleggi (P), Daniels (Bi; 21.1. Heat 6 McKahn (P), Whitehead (LI); "? ln tach heat qualify for .-ciiumiaia; . rieat I UOUld ( LO I Buck- rjin (B) : 23.4. Heat 2 Puccetti (Li i. Hoaas (SI); 22.7. Heat 3 Rinnci,-,m Anderson iWi; 22.7. Heat 4 Carr Scoreboard On Preps Alameda League Hayward pushed over a run in the seventh extra inning to defeat Encinal, 4-3, in Alameda County Athletic League play yesterday. Richmond 0O0 000 00 3 El rerrllo ...,100 020 x 3 5 0 Williams and DeFabio; Handy and Tlnarelli. Knclnal 100 101 0003 6 4 Hayward 003 000 001 4 9 3 Aldrlch. Ouintana (7) and Hamon; Mor riss and Wyant, Berkeley 000 010 1 2 8 7 San Lorenzo ... 000 005 x 5 7 1 Kldd and Field: rnvev. Nesbit (1). Covey (2). Nesbit (7) and Pasquinelli. OAL Baseball McClymonds handed Techni cal its first loss of the Oakland Athletic League campaign, 12-9, yesterday to throw Tech, Fre mont and Castlemont into a three-way tie for first. Technical 103 410 0 9 2 McClymonds 440 211 xl2 13 Mallory. Smith (3) and Haskins: Lit zey. Plnson (3) and Littlejohn. Fremont 120 010 0 Oakland 100 210 00- -5 6 2 -4 8 4 (P). Gordon (W). Barringto'n (Li); 23.1. Heat 6 Tavlor (P Nuttlnr il.ii- oik -M,,LK (ITl,:e ln ach heat qualify for finals): Heat 1 Hammonds (W), Young Si. ffil'V.- SVVY. ,h0'- Beatty Zant 'sl:S.iB)- GnZi,eS Wi- Va" 1320 Relnv ITIir.. n ... qualify for finals): Heat 1 Polv Ml- sion, Lowell; 2:20.8. Heat 2 Washlns- ton, St. Ignatius, Balboa; 2:18 6. 120 DIVISION (fix qualify for finals In each event.) ot,r5.'?i!row ,'w'' w"e" W). Smith 'SI I. McGl berv (PI. SrTan. nV ericks (l,l: 48-2 . ,r."lR'?. ''"m Braemer (I-o), Montlel A,,; "orrtf 'BI. Fields (W). Kennedy (WV Hamilton (W); all cleared 5-3. Broad .Tiimn .Cnhh (P on.i. . J?" .',?, Kolleher (Lo), Meyer (P)', Austin (W) Tanner (T.n). 130 DIVISION (Six qualify for flnels in each event.) Shot Flshheln fW). 51-7: Stevens 'Lo). Caranlea (Lo). Lew (Wi 7.nite. man (Lo). Degan (B). ron auit Nunes (B). Booth (M) coiton (81). Zimmerman (W) . Redetich 'B) Dawson (P). Wise mi - 11 elaroH 9 ft. High Jump Komfeld (Lo), Hudley (M), Tillman (P). Armstrong (0). Hudson (Lo); all cleared 5-4. Broad .Jump Robinson (P), 20-61-4; Atkins (W), Collins (P), Thomas (P), McWllllama (W), Ford (G . Blakeslee and Brenzel: (2) and Dutra, Mendell, Peters Castlemont 301 123 2 12 15 1 San Leandro .... 000 021 0 3 8 3 Vaienzuela and Matern: Nickison. Bris-coe (5), Soares and Cannizzaro. DVAL Baseball Albany took over undisputed lead in the DVAL East Bay Di vision baseball race by defeating Livermore, 6-4, yesterday at Albany. In other games, John Swett blanked Liberty, 12-0, while San Ramon won its first league game over Alhambra, 7-4. Livermore 020 020 0 . 4 11 1 Albany 104 010 X 6 8 3 Ferrarlo and Stefanonl; Spearin and McKlnnerv. San Ramon .... 200 320 0 7 6 5 Alhambra 000 013 0 4 3 2 Pizzagonl and Schwameli Surges, Kaul (6) and Rose. Liberty 000 000 0 0 2 5 John Swett ....400 224 x 12 10 3 Mack, Celonl (2), Cecchinl (6) and MicUelson; Fenfleld and Evans, Sexton (6). Kentucky Mare Is Mother at 34 LOUISVILLE (Ky.), May 10. (AP) At the age of 3-1, Dixie King is a horse of distinction. She gave birth to a colt last Saturday, Derby Day. "It was a miracle," says her owner. "It's unusual for a horse to live that long, much less have a colt." Dixie King, a saddle horse, is owned by J. E. Wheeler and was retired ten years ago. Shirai Sparkles TOKYO May 11 (Wednesday). (AP) Japan's former world flyweight boxing champion, Yo-j shio Shirai, showed some of his old form in a two-round televised exhibition bout here last night, Shirai rocked and dazed Kunio Suzuki, a bantamweight, with a hard one-two blow to the jaw in the second round. Manner Is Feted by T. D.Club By BOB BRACHMAN Internationally prominent track and field figures, past and present, swelled an S, F. Touch down Club audience yesterday to pay tribute to J. "Flint" Han ner and to herald the event he fostered, Saturday's twenty- ninth renewal of the West Coast Relays at Fresno. Manner, who became the third person to receive the T. D Club's award for outstanding contribution to sports, reported that 1,372 athletes, including Wes Santee, will compete in eighty-one events to be run afternoon and night. "Santee will be given every opportunity at the four minute mile," said Hanner, the veteran Fresno State coach. "His race will be held at 1:10 in the afternoon on a track that will be absolutely perfect. At most, there'll be only one race run on a part of it before the try." Lined up to help the Kansas farmer in his attempt are his long time pacer and former teammate, Art Dalzell; Len Simpson of the Olympic Club, and Jim Hunt, a San Diego State runner capable of 4:10. This will be Santee's first race on the fast Fresno track TOP PERSONALITIES. Among guests present to honor Hanner were: Brutus Hamilton, Jess Mor ten s o n, Jack Weiershauser, Mayor Gordon "Slinger" Dunn of Fresno, Grover Klemmer, Ike Hables, Harold Berliner, Clar ence Barnes, Dr. Eddie Beeson and Dink Templeton O'Brien, the world's shot put record holder, said he hopes to achieve sixty-two feet in that event, a foot and two inches be yond his pending world record, and break the world's mark of 194-6 in the discus. O'Brien also said that South America could become an Olynv pic Games track and field pow erhouse, "perhaps even greater than our country and Russia," if a proper program of prepara tion could be set up. HAMILTON PRAISED. Templeton, as "M.C." called Hamilton "the greatest track and field coach in the world by a considerable margin"; lauded Don Bowden, the Bear Cub mid die distance ace as "the greatest mile prospect I have ever seen," and called O'Brien "the world's greatest living track and field athlete" on the basis of records in his particular event. Trojans Beat Injuns, 85'3-4523 MO I ll ll AM ...than The Examiner to keep you all informed, healthy and entertained while you're on vacation. So you just trot right to the phone and call SUtter 1-2424, TEmpIebar 2-7343 or The Examiner dealer listed in your phone book. Ask to have this nice newspaper sent daily to your vacation address. There's no extra cost to you or anybody else except maybe The Examiner people. (Continued from Page 29) turned as the fans awakened to a great vaulting duel. It didn't matter that USC had clinched the meet by the twelfth event with Ledesma's two mile gallop, that the Trojans had scored clean sweeps in the mile, 880 and pol voult, or that Walt Garrett had been upset by the Trojans' Mike Larrabee in a slow 48 secend quarter mile. VAULTING DUEL. What was going on, now, in the pole vaulting pit where the 142 pound, 5-9 Levack and the 151 pound, 5-10 Morris were tak ing wings blacked out all else. They went 13, then 13-6 and, on their first try, 14. Now the lad der had to be brought out so 7h& SPORTS COLUMN Fihing, hunting, camping, golf wh.t.v.r your iporting pl.aiui. may b, you'll find quipmant vdluat and tarvico litt.d in this column daily Tmiv tried them all .Vow try the- best!! Scoity's 791 Brlnceway SaualHo Phone Sausalito HOT Big Salmon Now Running Near Farallones Leave from San Francisco Price S6.50 50' BoaU Call Jerry's Bait Shop FI. d-9822-23 WE. 1-078B Sausalito noat Tacklf shop Salmon hartrr Ilesrrvatlons all Sausalito Mil MI NI BAIT SHOP Charter Kcrrrations OR. 3-9815 scottY's sport tachxiTshoF Charters all Saunalito 1100 PEEP SE.V FISHING Lt. from Haiti'.. Pn. Most M 29B1 FISHING TRIPS BIG GAME FISHERMAN Come to GUAYMAS, MEXICO (starting May 39 8 Trlpa will he ma1e to uneiceih-a ri.ninc. fun-filled Mrxlran nlirhta. lour travel permit, taxi and air tare from (.!., private rooms, 3 meals per day. 10 8-hour fishlnr trins for Sail- fish Mnrlln BonHa w 1th your hnlt, tarkle and license furnished. A million-dollar vacation for onlv S.?."0 An All-IApense III Day Vara; Ion For Informal ion f all Aijent: Pacific SouSliwesf Airlines 277 POST 1 I kon 2-4818 Can'n Fin will msV Your reseravtlom in anv of th above boats one or a nartv for any rlav of th- week. Including sunflav ni hourt are 10 a m to 5 c m. Monday thrmiEh Fn't'v at tha Snorts and HnbbT Cente (n The Examiner Want clco Ha will dvle vou about necessary Ad Lobby Third and Market San f'ran- K.r. Tbil service, la free. the judges could get the cross bar up to 14-6. Levack cleared on his first ateempt. So did Morris, a mere sophomore with two years of college eligibility ahead of him. Up went the cross bar again this time to 14-9 -l You could almost hear a pin drop in the stadium as Levack took off down the long runway and literally bombshelled over with inches to spare. The Trojan vaulter picked up two handsful of the sawdust in which he was embedded and threw it in every which dlrec tion. Now it was Morris' turn. He missed. Back he went for another at tempt. This time he, too, made it and another wild celebration oc curred as one of the great "doubles" in college vaulting history was completed. MISS AT 15 FEET. The bar went up to just over 15 feet. But both Levack and Morris were emotionally and p s y i c a 1 1 y exhausted and neither succeeded. Nevertheless they etched their names as the fifth and sixth greatest collegiate vault ADVERTISEMENT Fish where the next man's a mile upstream JWlil-V t4 You can enjoy plenty of elbow room in Siskiyou County, at the top of California. Over 6,000 square miles of magnificent moun tains, streams, lakes, and valleys-yet easy to reach the year 'round. We'll send you helpful information, free. Write Siskiyou Sport-land, City Hall, Yreka, California. 4iag $ 3 t) felCounty ers of all time behind Illinois' Don Laz, Nebraska's Don Cooper, and USC's Meadows and Sefton. It was truly a spectacle. This was USC's forty-third consecutive dual meet triumph and kept Joach Jess Morten son's five year record perfect. The summary: Mir.K Montgomery (irso, 4:10.8 fnew meet record, former mark 44:11.5, Moore. Stanford. 1940); Wing (USC), 4:16.8: Adams (USC) 4:17.8. 440 Tarrabee (USC), 48: Garrett (S) 4S.2: Smith (USC). 50.1. Hlch Jump -Shelton I USC), 6-8 H: Stewart (S), tie anion Jeter (USC). Fehlen (Si. Jiles (Si. fi-2. Shotnut Martin (USC). 54-3 H : Cheney (S). fi.1-3; Koch (USC), 50-2H. 100 Coyle (USC). 9.6. (Kquals meet record held bv Paddock (USC), 1912: Dyer (S), 19,10; Pattnn (USC). 1948-1949), Bugbee (USC). 9.S; Browns-; herRer (S), 9.9. Javelin Kimball (SV 239'7". (Newl National ColleRtate record, former mark 537'10 bv Bill Miller. Arizona state Tempa. at Modesto relays, 1951 : new meet record, former mark 229'7" bv Peoples, USC, 1941; Bungs tS) 225' ll'V: Roldan (S), 214'6-H" Hlffh Hurdles Nelson (S) :14.6: Lut-trell (S). :14.7; Morgan (USC) :14.8. Broad Jump Herrmann (S, 24-l" Richards (USC). 23'SH": tie, Fremouw (Si and Seebold iS). 23'1". RSO Taylor (USC), 1:547; Clark (USC), 1:55.4; White (USC). 1:55.8. 220 Coyle (USC), 21. : Bugbee (USC). 21.7: Saras (S). 21.8. 2 Miles I.edesma (USC). 9:15 (new-meet record, former mark 9:22,4 bv Sink USC, 1946); Strong (S), 9:29.6; Bungay (UOC), 9:34 5. Low Hurdles I.uttrell (S). 23 9; Clarke (UPC). 24: Morgan (USC). 24.2.1 DUens Koch lUSC). 159-5: Kimball tat. 142-S: smith (UFO. 142-4. Mile Rels-y USC iCl.irk, Tavlor, smitn. Larrabee), 3:14.7; Stanford 3:l,7. Pole ault Tie. Levack (USC) and Morns (UfC), i4-a-y4 (new meet record. rormer mark 14-rh bv Krfton. USC. and Meadows, USC, 1937); Chambers (USC), Final score: USC 85' j. Stanford 45 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMiii Rod and Gun il i mini iiiuBy J. P. CUENIN'"1' tiHUiiiiniimi Last Saturday about 2 p. m. at the Lake Merced boathouse a 2 year old male all black Labrador retriever disappeared. This dog was accustomed to being around the boathouse almost daily, so he did not stray away. It is likely that he was stolen. This retriever can be identified by people who know this type. One point is that the peak on his head is higher than average, and the other is that he is a trifle swayback, or the shoulder and rump are higher than the center of the back. Dave Ireland, 807 Ulloa, phone OVerland 1-6680, has offered a liberal reward for information leading to his recovery, FISHING REPORTS. The department of fish and game wardens reports on fishing chances in the following eight counties which open May 14 Alpine East Carson River, high and roily, fair to poor; Markleevllle Creek, Pleasant Valley Creek and West Carson River, same, bait best bet. Silver Creek high, poor fishing. Cheek as to whether Carson, Ebbetts, Luther and Monitor Passes aro open. No lakes free of ice or available for fishing on opener. Butte Chico Creek from county line to Lomo good; Butte good If present weatner prevails; West Branch high; Fish and Last Chance Creeks about same as last year; Little Butte, West Branch Butte and Middle Butte good: Keyser, Big and Little Kimshew Creeks fair to poor. Roads In these areas open. Main Feather ok. with bait around Pulga; North Fork Feather depends on water release; French Creek good but will be crowded; Little North Fork, high but clear; Sucker Run, good for opener. Others fair or inaccessible. 101 Dorado South Fork American best between Riverton and Twin Bridges, nianted- Rilver Fork and PI Pi Valley on South Fork of Middle Fork of Consumes also good ; Fallen Leaf Lake gooa net. tor lakes; Canyon, Traverse, Otter, Bear and Rock Creeks in Georgetown area good; Rubicon. Big Silver. Jones Silver too high and mavbe inaccessible; high elevation lakes probably not accessible by opener. n.ii ht smaller, low elevation trout streams. Tributaries to Tahoe closed until July 1. Nevada Low country streams such as Lower Deer, Squirrel, ureennoru, uu Greenhorn, Clipper, Rush, ury, unzz y and Steephollow Creeks best bets; middle elevation streams fair to good; high elevation streams fair to good; reservoirs fair to good; Rucker Lake good if accessible. Many higher waters to be snowbound, check road conditions in advance. Eastern Nevada County bets are Donner Lake, Truckee River, Liuie uutatu n.MMr Cr.k. riacer Barring further storms, most waters good. Rubicon htgn; inQepenaem.e Lake probably irowrawm. Boxer Drugged, Governor Bans Bouts in State (Continued from Page 29) circumstances, it would appear that they were obviously most sinister, it is indeed high time for the appropriate authority of the commonwealth to have a most searching investigation of the entire sport. "I am confident that this assignment will be curried out by the State Athletic Commission with fidelity, dispatch and impartiality." A BARBITUATE. Earlier in Philadelphia, a po lice source disclosed that an urine analysis performed on Johnson revealed the presence of barbituate. Johnson, No. 1 contender for the 175 pound crown, lost to Mederos under' circumstances described by Boxing Commis sioner Al Klein as "definitely mysterious." The Philadelphia boxer, a 4-1 favorite in the scheduled ten rounder, collapsed in his corner and was unable to answer the bell for the third round. Mederos was awarded a technical knock out victory. Johnson, who al most fell into the ring at the start and appeared to be sick throughout the two rounds of the fight, sank to his knees in the second round without being hit. NOT A NARCOTIC. The police source, which de clined to be identified, said the information on the urine analy sis' was obtained from Hahnemann Hospital officials. A barbituate is commonly used to mduce sleep and relaxation. It is not listed as a narcotic. I streams include North Fork of Middle Fork American. Auburn Ravine, lower Blackwood Creek, Halsey Forebay and Ward Creek. I'lumas Barring heavy storms Plumas should be fair to good; Bucks Lake free of ice and should be good; North Fork Feather at Seneca to Belden good bet; Middle Fork also good; Silver Lake open and cood: La Porte area probably not ac cessible; small creeks should be fair to good; bait best bet for now. Tributaries of Bucks Lake closed to July 1; trlbu taries of Lake Almanor closed to May 28. uiorra North Fork Yuba should be ex cellent; Milton Reservoir excellent for rainbows and browns; Gold Lake fair to nonr. countv road to be open; other streams fair to poor. Snow pack will not nav. ton much bearing on water condi tions. Rlerra Smlthneck Creek, Cold Stream Creek and Little Truckee River all planted and probably accessible. Yuba Bullards Bar Reservoir good around mouths of inlet streams, particularly Willow ' Creek; Indian, Flapjack, Deadwood and Owl Gulch Creeks should be normal if roads are passable by opening day. Most trout streams should be fair. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Cap n Fin's LOG u 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 TOMORROW'S TIDE AT GOLOEN GATE High: 3:116 a. m. 4.71 d:d p. m. Low: 10in a. m. 0.2; 10:17 p. m.3.1 The sportsmen out Tuesday found the wiley Chinook back in action with a vengeance. It was a day or "nappy libnw men and sad fish" as a fair size fleet of boats working seven to eight miles southeast of the Farralones caught fish in the 15 to 30 lb. bracket. rtennrta received at The Examiner Sports and Hobby Center are as 'owsj Jack wenzier s may, ciemccu for eleht men. with biggest fish a 20 pounder. M,mi Rait: Al Rancimlno's Cam, seven limits up to 19 pounds; carl Jiiancnis Edibob four limits up to 15 pounds; Nick Rescino's Martha, twenty-five salmon for nine fishermen, up to 25 pounas. Sausalito Bait and Tackle: Hans Ander son's Chief tallied up the day with six Chinook up to 14 pounds; Dan Handy s Lucky Lady limited in with big fish a 19 pounder; Frank Sargent's Alleen had seven fish for five men. including a nice 12 pounder, and Ed Wilson's Rena came in with four limits, including a beauty hooked by Jimmy Qulnn. of Mill Valley. This was a 28 pounder, and will make some mighty tasty dinners. Von soortsmen are missing a lot of fun, thrills and good meals if you don't try salmon trolling. Come in any flay. Monday tnrougti rnoay, iu a. m. iu u n. m. to The Kxamtner s opons aim Ifobbv Center. Third and Market, and I'll be Elad to help on all maters pisca- trtfioi Til hA part to muKfi reservations (or vou. Elve tips on where to fish, bait to use. gear to include, etc. All my serv ices are FREE. & mt$nmrf3raxamiiirr 34 Wed., May 1 1, 1955 CCCC POTRERD I Ll DtlLOPHI PI SIGHT Voluntary Projects by Owners Proposed USF Wins 4th Game in Row University of San Francisco's baseball team won its fourth straight game yesterday, up ending San Jose State, 10-2, on the Dons' diamond. The hilltoppers held a scant 3-2 lead entering their half of the eighth, then suddenly ex ploded for seven runs to ice the contest. Basketballer Dick Lawless scattered five hits to receive credit for the win, his fifth of the season. San Jose State 000 002 000 2 5 3 USF . 001 200 07x 10 12 6 Pick, Kline (8), Halsey 18) and Clifford; Lawless and LaRocca. Surgery on Athlete LAFAYETTE (Ind.), May 10. (AP) Leonard Dawson, Purdue University's star junior quarterback, underwent an appendectomy today in St. Elizabeth Hospital. Lowell Nabs Swim Lowell High took all three divisions from Galileo in an AAA swimming meet yesterday at Fleischhacker pool, winning the varsity, 44-19, the 130's, 31-26, and the 120,'s, 32-24. miimmMiimimimmmimtmimmmiiimimiiimiiimiiiimiiiimiimii The Low Down CIBA Statistics STANDINGS . Team IV. I., ret. GB xSR ISC 10 I .ono. 9i.s Msnforcj 7 K .581 nVs 17-13-1 California 6 8 .42!) Bis. 1H-1 Santadaral 11 .083 pi 1 i-m "(Same behind fonder. v.SennnV r.. ord all games. LEADING BATTER (30 or more at bats) Paver in R u lnr Santlno (USC). cf 40 21 IS 12 Mason f USC), rf 40 17 18 11 Mills CUCLA), 2b 40 S IS 9 ncueros. (S, 3b 45 81012 Hell (UCLA) Sh .77 11 11 n St.vensi-t USC ss 'U 9 12 3 itomn d'sc . it 2n a n Oros (USC). 2! SS 11 14 i snton (CI. If 55 6 IS Kvans (SI. If 3k 7 19 Decker ( UCLA), ss 4S H 14 R. Os(ftero id, 3h S4 9 IS Stvenon (USC), ss 31 9 12 Ruso ISC) 2b 3n 2 10 riTcnxG Pitcher I spiner (USC) Vhite (UCLA) Zuanich d'sci verilnrmen C) PMIISIK (USCi )VlMSS (C ' Psvne iS) Nichols (UCLA) Ymine (Si naer-rn (C Simnnl (PC) Kellv (SCI Adamo icif W 4 2 2 1 4 4 ,1 4 3 1 0 L Pet. 0 1.000 0 1 00(1 0 1 OHO 0 l.nno 1 .son .7F0 .coo .571 .500 .200 .(too ooo Pet. .450 .450 .450 .422 .405 .3S7 ..170 .SBS .327 .ma .304 .29fi ..T7 .286 SO iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHuiii) (Continued from Page 29) hold out for the appointment of an Englishman as one of the two judges. "I would like an Englishman as one of the judges," he says, "but I never said I'd demand one. We're in America and we're perfectly willing to let Americans run the show. "English judges and an English referee will, I am sure, be equally acceptable to Marclano's camp when Cockell is champion and the return match is held in London." Most of the visiting British journalists figure Cockell to give Marciano a good go of it, but not all of them are entirely happy with the stout fellow from the Battersea slums. It seems they are having trouble getting Cockell to say anything they can print. Fveason for that is that Cockell is in the journalistic business for himself. Cockell is getting $15,000 to do a ghost written series of articles for London News of the World. As a result, he is pretty careful about what he tells the opposition papers. Frank Butler of the News of the World writes Cockell's stuff. And he has warned the British lion against scooping himself. The tie-up is a sore point with the other newsmen. An ex ception, though, is Peter Wilson, walrus mustached correspondent for London's Daily Mirror. He seems to be able to get what he wants out of the British lion. We overheard parts of an Interview he had with Cockell orday. It went something like this: Q. 'Ow are you feeling, Don? A. First rate, thank you. Q. What is your present fighting weight? A. Fourteen stone, twelve (208 pounds). Q. Do you think you can win the title for England? A. I didn't come 'ere to lose. Last we saw of Peter Wilson he was hieh tailine it to the o is i .ooo m isi 'telegraph office with the big story. IN'DEFKNOKNTS Team w I. T rrt, Fren htt 2d 10 O .7-23 5M 14R 1 SF 14 II ft .MHO 140 142 San Iw St. 13 11 O .4! 114 IIP i. i"r - s n ." 3H M "i. r. fiat hi COP yest By RUSS CONE A move to stimulate a "voluii. tary" urban renewal project 6n Potrero Hill was voted yesterday by the Citizens Particip'a tion Committee for Urban Renewal. The committee will schedule a meeting at the Potrero Hill Community Center, probably in about a month, to outline tha proposal to residents of tha area. The committee action was taken after city planning director Paul Oppermann described for the group a "dry run" urban renewal study which his staff made of the 170 block hill area, HANFORD DECLARES. Lloyd Hanford, chairman of the citizens' group, declared "I believe our initial effort should be centered in Western Addi. tion. Wre can't, from a practi. cal standpoint, hope to get I ed- eral money immediately. And it is practically impossible to eii-force urban renewal. r "The best approach Is to.' designate an area and pro mote voluntary activity by thef residents within it. Let's' really get in and pitch on Western Addition." Dr. Ellis Sox, city health director, suggested that a voluntary project could be started on Potrero Hill on the basis of the planners' study while official agencies went forward with the lengthy procedures of developing a federally backed project in Western Addition. He said Portrero Hill "is an area that has a lot of hope.'1'' Willis Holtun, Equitable Life Assurance Society executive, backed up Sox. HOLTUN URGES. - Holtun asserted that wh city agencies are developing a renewal program for Western Addition, "we could get forty blocks fixed up through good old American pride." At length, the committee voted unanimously in favor of stimulating the voluntary proj ect wherein the residents will be urged to co-operate and pay their own expenses in rehabilitating and rebuilding parts f the art a that have deteriorated. The citizens' committee wouW provide guidance and expert advice. In reporting on Portrero Hill, Oppermann spoke of the "salt and pepper" nature of the hous ing "where good ones are scat tered among bad ones and ones that are not so bad." M'KINLEY SQUARE. The suggested development included beautifying McKinley, Square on the slopes above the Bayshore Freeway and planting trees along some streets. A three and a half block area between Twentieth and Twenty- second Streets and Rhode Island Street to the freeway would be largely cleared of present struc tures and redeveloped with step-down' apartment buildings. Throughout the entire hill area, the report showed there are 3,469 dwellings, 38 per cent of which are owner occupied and 5 per cent ' of which ara presently vacant. The population of the hill is 11,451 with 29 per cent of them foreign born, according to a 1950 census. Stock Ban on Carnero Official Orders Sales In State Halted The State clamped down yesterday on stock sales for a Las Vegas gambling venture headed by Tony Cornero, erstwhile ad miral of a gambling ship fleet off southern California. A brusque order to desist and refrain from selling any more of the stock in California was issued by Ivan T. Crase, assist ant commissioner of corporations. Cornero and some helpers had been pushing stock in Stardust, Inc. without getting a State permit. The Stardust casino-motel is under construction in the lush Las Vegas gambling strip but has yet to receive the all im portant gambling license. The order was issued against Cornero under his real name of Antonio Cornero Stralla, and against Joseph L. Yip, 1025 Jackson Street here, and William E. Peluso, 5909 Charles Avenue, El Cerrito, a tavern owner. !

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