Independent from Long Beach, California on March 15, 1966 · Page 20
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P«g* CX-- INDEPENDENT L " ·'"·· T «'- . is, im ANDY ANDERSON White Sea Bass Take a Powder Like we said in this column last week . . . we got fired up, dusted off the tackle, and headed for the brine. But the fire didn't last long! Tuesday was about as miserable day as we have ever spent on the ocean. Those big white sea bass which had been hitting the deck at San Diego took a powder, and you couldn't blame :them. The air was cold, the wind blew like a saber, and sunny Southern Cailfornia was blessed by anything but sun during that day. Result--one yellow that took a crack at our Straggler jig (the only one captured on HM's New Mascot during the day) and a bunch of bottom fish. Two whites and 10 yellows were taken by a fair fleet of boats--and that was it. White sea bass still are absent at the Border City, according to reports, but a few more yellows are showing in the catches daily, which could be an indication of things to come. ' * * * LOCAL BOATS HIT HALIBUT again Monday, after a fairly slow weekend, and Pacific Landing reported 191 for the day. More bonito are showing in the sacks, and a variety of rock fish rounded out a fair catch for the day. Pacific and Pierpoint each sent boats to Catalina Island over the weekend, and Pierpoint's Freedom docked with 225 bass, 150 blue perch and approximately 200 various botom fish for its Sunday anglers. Pacific added a few small baracuda and halibut to 22 pounds for its island run. The rock-cod banks seem to be the most dependable for the big catches at the present time. Pierpoint's America proved this again Sunday by returning from the San Clemcnte Island area with 700 cod of d i f f e r e n t varieties, 40 cows and 3 lings. Most of the cows were above the 20-pound mark. Redondo Beach and the Hueneme area boats also have been scoring well with deep water fish. But the surface action is gradually taking hold. Pacific has a combination all-day surface and bottom boat out daily, while it joins Pierpoint in weekend trips for top-variety fish to the islands. Oceanside started daily runs over the weekend, and reported fair catches of bass, bonito and halibut. -*· * ·*· ALAMITOS BAY SPORTSMEN CLUB held its 20th annual Installation and Awards Banquet Saturday evening in its clubhouse, 1933 Temple Ave., Signal Hill. John Betz will lead the organization for the coming year, while Harold L. Anderson and George Cozens will serve as vice presidents. Clyde Haas will be in the secretary's chair; Frank M.. Brown will serve as recording secretary, and F. G. "Speed" Hutton keeps his treasurers' job. William O. Fish is the new sgt-at-arms, and Oscar L. Jacobsen, Clifford J. Brown and D. Roy Phillips are new -year directors. In addition to the many awards for largest species of fish and game, Malcolm Sutherland was awarded ths Charles Von Weller trophy honoring the club member picked by the board of directors as contributing the most toward sportsmanship and conservation during the past year, while F. G. Hutton received the Stephen Da Costa award for services to the club above and beyond the ordinary. Approximately 80 members, guests and wives enjoyed the banquet. * * * SAN DIEGO JUNIOR CHAMBER of Commerce kicks of its 20th Yellowtail Derby Saturday, April 2, with boats from Pt. Loma Sportfishing Assn. and Fisherman's Landing participating in the event. In addition to the open day prizes for the largest yellowtail caught by a participant, weekly prizes will be offered, and Derby Day fishoff prizes--July 1 and Sept. 23--will feature new Mustang autos for the winners. Color TVs. portable TVs, portable radios, fishing equipment, airline trips and weekend vacations are some of the other top prizes on tap for this year. As in the past, competition in the Derby is open to all sportfishing enthusiasts. No registration or e n t r y f e e s are required. Those eligible for Derby Day competition and the new cars will be determined weekly by weight of fish caught. --AP Wlmbett FOUL11S" UP THE WORKS Bob Mclntyre (right) of St. John's University is headed toward floor as he collides with Villanova's Joe Crews in NIT game at Madison Square Garden Monday. Mclntyre was driving for basket, but instead ended with charging foul. Home Run by Ollie Brown Hands Leo Third Setback By United Press Intern a llonat" Willie Mays hammered his second homer in as many days and rookie .outfielder Ollie Brown from Long Beach crashed a three-run clout to give the San Francisco Giants a 5-4 t r i u m p h over the Chicago Cubs Monday. Brown's homer came off lefty Dick Ellsworth in the s e v e n t h and handed Leo Durocher's new team its thin successive one-run defeat. Th victory was the Giants' third straight. Both teams lost the serv ices of their first team catch ers for a while. The Giants Tom Haller will be out at leas a week with a split finger ant the Giants' Dick Bertell wil probably miss a few days * * * after colliding with the Cubs' tyron Browne on a play at the plate. Felipe Alou made a spec- :acular catch to save a run then drove in a run with a fifth-inning double to lead the Atlanta Braves to a 2-0 vie tory over the B a l t i m o r e Orioles. Braves' pitchers Tony Cloninger, Dan Schneider anc Cecil Upshaw combined to hold the Orioles to only four At Fort Myers, Fla. hits. Phil Linz drove in three runs with a pair of hits as the Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Minnesota Twins 5-3. Doug Clemenes, Tony Gongalez and Clay Dalrymple also collected two hits each as the Phils handed the defending AL champs their fifth Saeeckl, Waifiiiurn (4), Jailer (?) and rorrales. Gelnar, Fryman (5), Face 14], Bark m and Paollaronl. v/--Gelnar. L KRs-Gagllano, MaierosM, Cle.-nenle. itraight defeat. Gofdy ;j Coleman and Vada Pinspn hit home runs to leac 7 S;th« Cincinnati Reds to a 4-2 orlen, T o m m y - John, E isher and Roger Nelson to hip the New York Mets 4-1. I Weis collected three hits or Chicago while Jim Hick- lan accounted for the Mets' un with his second homer of ie spring. Bobby Richardson's two-out un-scoring single in the ninth a n d e d the New York 'ankees a 5-4 victory over ie Boston Red Sox. Richard' on's hit scored rookie Frank Fernandez from third base. Roberto Clements socked a three-run h o m e r and Bill dazeroski accounted ' f o r a olo blast to spark the Pitts- urgh Pirates to a 5-1 victory wer the St. Louis Cardinals, flike Shannon homered in the inth for St. Louis to avert a hutout. (Advertisement) How You May Never Take a Laxative Again! New Miracle Regulator Keep* Waste Soft--So Bowtlt Move Naturally New York, iV.V. (Special)-Afler 12 Years' research, scientists have discovered a womler- working subslance lhat corrects constipation entirely wiihoiu lax- alivcs! Doctors say most comlipalion occurs when waslc loses moisture in the colon--becomes dry, hard, difficult to move. To give relief, laxatives have to force action by flushing, irritating or distending the intestine. The new miracle substance -known medically as dioctyl sodium sul/osuccinate--works in a completely different way. It is not a laxative! It simply makes natural moisture in the colon moisten and soften dry, hard waste more effectively. 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John B a t e m a n homered for the Astros. Reds pitcher Jim Maloney, still un signed, repeated his intention o sit out the National League .eason unless his terms are met. The Chicago White Sox go hree-hit pitching from Joe EXHIBITION STANDINGS At West Parm Beach, Fla. BalNmor* _,,_,,, _ 000 000 000--0 Allanta OCO «» MX--3 ^ . J. Miller, Darwtn (4), Carla (6), Bar- nowjfcl (7), Brabender (8 and Etchebarren. CIo.ilnjer, Schneider W, Upshaw (7) anrf Torrt, Oliver [65. W--Schneider, L-Darwin. NATIONAL LEAGUE '.1 Cfeanvaler, Ffa. ' W L pet. Aiwiesota .._ OM 000 430--3 10 ,,... 4 0 I.«: ^J/attelph/a ._ rr __..^3M Ml.CU--5 II Atlanta ______ ..... ________ ... ...... ....... 2 Houston __________ ........... ----- 4 H«v York ___ ........ _______________ 2 ClnclnoaN _____ ...... _.- ....... ____________ 3 Philadelphia ____________________ 1 ..... -,,. 0 Perry, McrfTlf ftpKllppstein (6), Wior m (B) and Zfmrr.erman, Mttterwald (5) Jackson, Green (5), Stevens 9) and Dal rvrrple. 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The first of the trio of three-fall matches is sched uled for 8 o'clock. msm Doug Sanders and Paul Bondeson we» slapped with $100 fines Monday for violating PGA tournament regulations by Tournament Supervisor Jack TuthUI. Sanders was fined for violation 'of two sections of the code of ethics in the PGA tour regulations. One prohibits "conduct which can be considered in any way derogatory to other tournament players, the PGA, its tournament bureau, or tournament supervisor." The other requires that "suggestions, criticises o" complaints involving tl : n PGA shall be refered to the tournament committee and shall not otherwise be made public." Sanders criticized the PGA after he was disqualified from the Pensacola Open for failing to sign his ' score card. He was leading at the time. Bondeson was fined for failing to honor a committment to play in the Maracaibo Open in Venezuela. * * * * WITH the NBA headed into its final week of regular play, it looks as if Philadelphia's Wilt Chamberlain has his third "triple crown" locked up. Chamberlain, the 76ers' 7-foot center, leads the NBA in total points with 2,549, rebounds with 1,866 and field goal percentage with a .536 mark. * * * * PHIL Rpdgers, a 27-year- old pro from San Diego, has vaulted into first place in the PGA official money winning standings this week after winning the $100,000 Doral Open Sunday. He was 46th last week. portable pitching mound when the National League team meets the Dodgers in the Houston domed stadium Saturday and Sunday. A special mobile that resembles a huge tricycle will transport the mound, which will rest on the Astrodome's new synthetic grass infield. 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