Independent from Long Beach, California on April 3, 1963 · Page 23
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165-I'ourul Marlin on One Thread Claude Kreider and A. A. (Jake) Hunter are back from a red-hot martin fishing trip to Cabo San Lucas. \Vh2e there is much information to five you concerning their trip, the highlight was Jake's catch of a martin weighing 165 and taken on one-thread line, with a breaking test of four pounds. Claude, a free-lance outdoor writer, frankly admitted that he had been skeptical of all those stories coming from Mexican resorts and concerning that four-pound- test line. . , After seeing Jake actually bring one to gaff in 20 minutes and watching Bud Parr, proprietor of Hotel Cabo Saa Lucas, fight another for 2 hours, 20 minutes, Claude is willing to concede that it can be done. Parr missed Ms fish 1-ecause the leader had foul- hooked around the tail am?, naturally, it was impossible to pull the big fish alongside the boat. Claude and Jake fished with Alberto Fischer, skipper of one of Cabo San Lucas' de luxe boats. They used 30- pound-test Cortland dacron and 50-pound-test in most of their fishing. They released almost two dozen fish, five of which were tagged. Cards for those five fish were sent to the Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, Mass. * * * CLAUDE SAID ALL ANGLERS would do well to took toward the cape for their fishing. No fish were being landed at La Par and two dozen anglers were holed up there waiting for some action when Claude and Jake returned by taxi from San Lucas. ; Claude said that he and Jake saw at least 12 or 15 fish each morning, but that half of their hookups came co blind strikes. The two always have been admirers of Rancho Buena Vista and they did fish there for one day before going on to Hotel Cabo San Lucas which , Claude described as one of the finest in all Mexico. Twenty-four units already are in service at San Lucas and 16 are being built. Food is excellent and the Jeffries boats are equipped with 273-horse-power engines and radios (imagine a radio on a Mexican fishing boat!). An angler can fly Aeronaves de Mexico DC6 to La Paz for less than $100 for the round trip, then add another $30 for air transportation to San Lucas, or hire a taxi for about the same amount. Boats are $65 per day. The flight requires about three and one-half hours from Los Angeles to La Par. · Hotel Cabo San Lucas now has a Los Angeles address for reservations: 521 N. La Cienega, Los Angeles 48. ART UXKLETTER OF RADIO AND TV will be master of ceremonies at the Ducks Unlimited fund-raising dinner in Pasadena's Huntington-Sheraton Hotel Friday night. The informal dinner is one of the highlights of the meeting of the national trustees and slate chairmen of DU in this country and also officials of DU (Canada). Linkletter, whose entertainment and business connections are as widespread as the wings of a goose, was born in Moose Jaw, Sask, where many of the "duck factories" have been built to increase the waterfowl population of the North American continent. The dining room at the Hnntington can accommodate 600 and Albert B. McKee, Pacific regional vice president of DU, urges reservations, which may be made with McKee at MUrray 1-04J6, or Eddie DeMuth at SYeamore 3-6151. The newest DU movie will be screened and Angus Gavin, general manager of DU (Canada) will give a talk, ' illustrated with colored slides. The dinner is $1250 and all net profits go to DU for its continued work in Canada. SC Erupts in Seventh, Rips 49ers UK*, . A»I i i* INDEPENDENT-- P«3« C-3 TENNIS TALK - - ! Recreation Park;! Bills Big Tourney By BOB MARTIN Notice to Long Beach area ] USC erupted for four runs in the seventh and went on to hammer Long Beach State's baseball team. 8-1, Tuesday'netters of all degrees of abil-.^,**.TM.' at Blair Field. It marked the'jty- it's time to start sharpen- -*"«. second time Troy had be! the 49ers this season. 'annual spring tournament. Phil Snyder checked USC Da tes have been set for] fairly well through six innings, I April 20-21 and 27-23, and but before Tom Griepentrog'entry deadline is a week from could come to his rescue, he'd this Friday, given up four runs on 3 hits. MO rFnT grabbing titles singles, women's doubles. --Sf«ft Photo br Sk » Slumn GALLOPING 49ER BEATS THROW Long Beach State's Jim Herrick looks like he's a dead duck but be managed to beat bad throw to third baseman Larry Sandel in fifth inning. Herrick scored 49ers* lone run moments later, but USC went on to bomb LBSC 8-1 at Blair Field Tuesday. By KEN PIVERXETZ California's longest junior college track and field dual- meet win streak feU by the IIUiYT SETS MARK; TIM SOARS 23^ Vikes Wreck Falcon Streak Earlier, Long Beach m-v'Coanuy tied the game in the fifth'jj, worn w h e n Jack Bogdanovich Doubles singled home Jim Herrick. gj^ defeated Pat Cody, 6-2. John Bogan slapped out three g.^ for the singles crown. In more hits for LBSC This W semifinals the Long Beach booms his average to .459 (11 [star beat Cathy Lee Crosby, for 21). $-1, 7-5, and Miss Cody oust- Ed Terry relieved in the Lj second-seeded Carol Ann eighth and set the Trojans Loop 6-3, 7-5. down on one hit. Long Beach j^VaS*.?.? ·$*?££ US opens its CCAA campaign *g,»g|!»£ £,£ SS VS^t! wayside Tuesday, process, the around by coach^to win the half mile after ace Joe Lanning swung it for the SSO-nan G e o r g e Davis!owe«u.j» Friday when it hosts Cal Poly 5^ ·* (SLO) on the 49er campus diamond. { We A B t H l I S C J k l ( M W.BrDwrt^l 4 I I B Bogdnovdu2b 4 · I I is",: 4 B 1 I * B 1 I Women's Basketball Shatnnx* 4X er«v«tt» St. Lti Htramiti. Uati D « l r « H D..1 N.Kor.l Silling D . l l j r ff.tr. «»opl Jgi» So»!ml; B? UA- niu«Jcro»Ji. v TK« No j7rT« «3I V« \f oc*Tc« *Ti fr'iiti »7gM ·! I IS BW,. tonj Incli Areitl. ·fce« T-l»o» o-«e( CWv. S» Ctffl't Toni T«SJ l«»t« C«p'«J Ttrri l(Bci FrM«» «;*«. 5.000 G««. Ac"TM. M«H: «iu!ti SI, fcdi 50e. For HEntocl 7-2255, Vikes. | dropped to the 440 while Tim Russell, besides win-jHunt broke his own school aing both sprints and running record in the two mile and eventual state °° ** mi ' e rt ^ 3 y team, com-[placed second in the mile. have emerged. P 616 ^ " t* 1 ' broad jump forj If the meet had come down the first time since attending to the relay, it wouldn't have LECC and won the event at been close. A team of Chuck It's the best any Vie Hunt, Phil Rodasta, and in thej Long Beach City College got h a 1 f-a-dozen c o m e - u,,^ !,::! . t · B Snvttrji 1 I B B .cf I · « t CrKnnn».» I B B I s:.:?????' :::; -- til* I I B I Do Your Brakes Grab? Squeal? Pull lo Lett or Right? . b--Flirt out lor tlvmcfc Ml tit: e-- S*t close in sweeping past host Cerritos. 77-15, to snap the Falcons' streak of 16 consecutive wins. JK as «·. * aft* CL« W-l tmerr «*n VB» .HA ti LB »fld f rrr to. T«yter (O .!, J«niBUrt tB) l:j. "*« ik-- P««a (Cl 4 7T t. IK. Hunt CLB) " Gooclsii (LB 4 M I r» O.B) » (Cl t71 old r»or» C) 9 f l * . tcfiool rvconi, "^ iJEjI^old, at) 15L sweep the event. [for the mile, the second b However, it wasn't the only! recording in the state ti surprise. Jon Rexroat came in'season behind ML San An- with a life-time best of 157J tonio's 3:17.1. O«o»wx Hotmin; rliJIi "' IP Bltt ifc DWI« 4»i RIMII at) Poly Ties Record Against Lake^vood By BRUCE YOUNG Poly High tied a Moore League win streak record Tuesday afternoon, edging host Lakewood, 54, for its] seventh consecutive victory. Only a fantastic catch by ikftfielder Teny Roe kept the Lancers from taking the ixvS«n«l-Hotmm; H t It BB IO .. WP--f ttticr, Wdrr. XJ-ia. (LBI Panthers Stranded by Rams By RALPH OLMO M i l l i k a n Wihon Pitcher Hurt in Loss to Downey When your pitcher injures were on their way. himself with his won foul' Five Wilson errors dldnt Denton's successors, al- game--in the fourth inning. Lakewood, which had a frustrating day as it stranded 11 men, scored twice in the fourth and had runners on first and second with one away. Tim Lane ripped a Bob Wiswetl pitch toward .he fence in left. Roe back- danded the drive 10 feet from the barrier, whirled and threw to Ike McCraw who fired to Richard Dash for a rally- ending double play. Bob von Eps. who tripled home two Rabbit runs in the starter team, which lost . Scholl, came on with bases^-a Moore League game to|J!jfhtRBl. ' · T^O^^I ,^A one.out in the Downey. . e loaded 1 fourth and inning and limited starting pitcher Don Den- Jordan to a scratch single in ton fouled a pitch off his left the next 3 2/3 frames to pace [ankle in the second inning Bill Emery pitched the dis tinr» for Downey for the fourth time this season. the Rams' frO shutout Tues-' day. A total of 13 Panther base and had to leave the game. Brent Wilson hit a home run to put Downey ahead in the runners were left stranded, 'next inning and the Vikings Leading 1-0 in the sixth, Millikan rallied on threel Bcwnt singles, three.walks ard ^SSS passed balL Mike Mantschs^^j^ drive to center scored BusteriEm«rr* » B j Schon and Bart HammerJE»?» n l Steve Leweffing singled home G a r y Christopherson and Mantsch tallied on the catcher's bobble. Minim t*rta Saints Clip Pius X in 10 Br HJLNX tlEIMMT Catcher George Burtch came flying home on a passed ball in the 10th inning to give St. 1 Anthony a 6-5 win over Pius X Tuesday night at Blair Field. Burtch had doubled to center and advanced to third on a putout. PURKEY'SAIWI STILL AILliXG TAMPA, Fla. ITV--Bob Purkey, t h e Cincinnati Reds' 23-g a m e pitching winner of l a s t year, did some throwing Tuesday and reported his ailing right shoulder stiH hurt. After' the lest, Reds* triinrr Richard Rhode said X-rays of the shoulder would be taken and that Parley may be given some deep X-ray treatments. 3IILERS KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY tally in the seventh when relay throw from second'jKj base bounced in the dirt first. Goldbert.tt 4 1 1 sctumtn.e I B F*rw*«,rt 1 1 1 AB · H · St Aoflwitv JIB I N S I 1 I v«nCoutr«x I ill S i l l Bcdrrwi.B ' 1* 1 S I B tl B . · L*wrcnc« · Sullivan.» i 6'oorrtfUWj t B B i! NEEDfCASH FOR SPRING EXPENSES? iTTni'SEE MORRIS { B 1 A*4lKa lor Hit.****- k Tlh. ! ! ? J «» ** «oon«.b » 7m. _ i i MAY BORROW FOR AW SS"U WORTHWHILE PURPOSE. MORRIS PLAN 213 ^TRIPLE PLKf SERVICE OFFER djust Brakes '·''V !_· * \*.. * and Repack Wheel Bearings NYLON TRUCK TIRES Firestone Farm Commercial ·Lonj pay-load milcaie ·Traction-provrn tread ·Shock-Fortified Cord · Built fOf lann and hijhway J!!? rowramd.* IIB*.Sm»lhn A.l«l.» B I B IMt!or.u fft. Scftall.a 1 B I B Kr»mcr.ri HONOLULU (LTI)-- Ths Scdeuo Brothers of Wa:pa- ha High set some sort of a record for the mQe run in a track and field meet Tuesday. Joe Stdeno won the race in 4:41.4, while his brothers Peter and Anthony finished second and third in Buck HE 5-S19I Comptnvef CaM ASSORTED COLORS ONLY Fishing Facts 2f DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH TTri end LOCUST M HE » IK1 LAKEWOOD CENTER STORE 52S3 GRAYWOOD AVE. CXKI vat » Bm MM I ·I shloe* don't last --but ShlaeU sbiaes --a.^' 101 New Shinola 9 "Once-a-Week" shoe shine 1 lasts COMPTON FIRESTONE STORE 101 WEST COMPTOH' NE i USf · N( 1414* I t t BAItT-- I r« t SAT. BELinOWER FIRESTONE STORE ITU) llDflcwtr IN*. Start Hi M M. t-1 lot. 14 RACING DOWNEY FIRESTONE STORE STONEY/OOD TO 1-tJJl ui 1.1 I I* I SATV13AT J-M TIRE 1238 SOUTH PACIFIC SAN PEDRO TI MUf I Jl TO U1SNI6KT 7 DATS A WHK lltlirro Ittr rtttlti tl^efl pha ay Federal T SltcnJlyl. HoElljf. Ofetay lid OO-EI^ D»J« . ZV Fe*r«l Tu). 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