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DOWN THE S Each spring, during the ABC ·onvention. there are amendments o ABC rules adopted which be- rome effective the following Aug. Many bowlers are not cognizant ·[ these changes because they ton't receive a nile book. Others ivho do receive a rule book, stich is team captains and league of- licials, often [ail to read and acquaint themselves w i t h the changes, As a result, many leagues inadvertently break an ABC rule, :hen when someone who has read the rule makes a protest an argument \viih hard feeling often result. To alleviate this possibility, Eddie Cowie. association secretary, nas jrlven me a summary of k i 2?. 7:30 p.m.; bow) G;1S D.m. amendmrnis to ABC league rules Hoii^y -nviiithi organization meetings. So that you won't forget, here is the list of this week's meetings: I1OI.IDAV HO1VL Stockholder* l^nsut--meeting Aug. 25, 9:30 s.m.; bowl 9:30 (UTT. Mondays, Strlkm ruid . Spnfr.» J*rtrm'--mcellnjr Scp 1 .. -1. 9:1! rv.m.: bowl 905 n.m, Tucs- dnys. CnrrPr WrtnlrnV I^nnip--meeting Aojr, 27, 7:30 p.m.: bowl 5:15 p,ro. Tm-.ii1nys. Fun LPIXJCU^--meeting Aujr. 28, ?:30 B-m.; howl P:30 n.m. WcUncsdnyj. lji,l!c« I'M }ftLfaf--mrellnz /Ui|r. », 1 p.m.; bowl l p.m. nvdnMduyi. Wpmrn'n rnjnr I^nmi*--meetlnp Au|f. 25, S p.m.; howl 6:15 D.m. Wcdncsdnys. Ijidlr^ Scmh-h 1.**m:u^--meeting Auc. 27, 5:31) p.m.; boivl f:13 n.m. Wcdnundliys. Ifonnnnnkfru l^*ni,'u--mecilnjt Sepl, 5, P:1S *.jn,: bowl ?il5 n.m. Thurndn.v5. T"'v-"-Ono Scrnfrh l^rKmir ^-Tlleetinp Auj(. 29. 2:30 p.m.; bowl 2 r,TO. Thursdays. Pink Ilnninirr T.cMni* --mreUnp Aup. Thursdays. Racing Ends Arbuptly .CHICAGO (Apl-The. brilliant racing career ol Carry Back that earned $1,177,615 and carried him to victory in the 1951 Kentucky Derby arid Preakness--came to an abrupt end Saturday. The" fourth rnnlnng money mn- ner of all lime suffered a chip in the sesamoid bone of his left front ankle. The : injuiy occurred while- he was galloping around Ihe Arlington -Park track preparing Lor Saturday's .flCO.OOO-added Washington Park Handicap.. . Trainer Jack Price withdrew the famed 5-year-old from the race, and announced that Carry Back will be placed in · stud. Carry Back was in stud at a farm near Ocala, Fla., during the late breeding season. Then he adopted last March 22 "and became I 5!5 , A V' : - *· 6:311 p - m -' »vr6:i5 i"- m - j stalled a comeback. He made his _*t _· . · j j i ^ · . _ _ i *" · UtvyS. fircf fri*»T*1 J a vreolr ^trn 1T1 I ViP I Sept. 2. 6:30 p.m.: bowl 6:30 u.m. Frl- I il«y». *ffeciive Aug. 1 for the coming ·winter season. I publish the summary in hopes that leagues with mles that con-' SMC.-TM- ].«unii^mcciinu.AiiB. 25. ?:is Qlct may correct their rales. j ^E*^ ££, ^^mecUn, CHAMPlOSinP PLAl OKI'S ; AUK. X. S r.m.: howl 6:30 p.m. Mon(Kule 10l-e)--Require another 10th j d "^'; n . % .^nu^ , Ma m »ii--menin AUK frame to be bowled as a ".sudden:.*;; '?"j.TM.: bU-l S:is"'p.in. m Mon3«.vs!*" death" svstem when a tie exists ' K»"*» KUP i.mruf-- mteUnn AUK. 27, at end of formal three-game play- j '=« 0 ^ ^ ^S^SSTW loff for league title or for deciding 130. 1:15 r.m.: tm\\ i : i3 p.m. Fridays, itie for first place. Continue exn-a j m TM$ £"' M^TVTm^biwTTjo p.m. Friday*. SHKTlinAX U\N,S City T.cnciif--metUnp Au£, 2fi, 7 p.m.; Outdoor Report THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION-MORNING PRESS, Sunday, Aug. 25, 7963 Fishing Slump Ends At Ellsworth 'T'HE · fishing clump seems lo * have finally broken at .Lake · Ellswo'rlli. ' ' . . .Grapple and .bass especially ..are moving now and some real . fine catches have been, taken during Lhe past week or so. Ralph Heraicssee weighed several crappic . last week i n . the pound-and-one-halr 'class. He also feporl ed several nice bass being caught. The crappie are in water from eight to twelve feet deep around tree tops and. brush piles in the lake. They are biting about as well during the middle of the day as they are during the cooler hours." Water..in .the lake is in excel- lent shape and not as low as one might think considering Lhe prolonged'dry .weather. Earl and Garland Curtis have been taking their ILTiits of crappie regularly fishing the tree tops in Ellsworth. They have been using small to medium sized minnows. Ted Harrison, who almost fd- 8:15 p.m. M lr HoclnTUT* I-nOl* --TTl«ellnE AUC. 5 h.TT..-. bowl 9:15 PI.WI. Thur*i\Tvyv The same change is effective in 'frames until tie is broken. SPLIT SEASON (Rulp ]01-e)-'Require a three-game playoff when ^ivi · a tie develops for first place at the end of any segment ol a split season. LKAGUK OFFICERS (Kulc IK-: t n e Homebuilders League. It also] '»)-- Two members o[ an immedi-jj s npw ft 75 per cer ,i 0 { 200 handi-1 ate family cannot be President i cap i ea j(ue with no restrictions on i and Treasurer ot the same league j minimum or maximum team aver. . . Will avoid delicate problem of j a » e T^U: league will bowl every an officer having to verily ac-1 Thursday at S: -15 p.m. at Holiday. I counts of another member ol his ; F re d Finley. league secretary, tells j m e that thc league can still ac- (Riil* 102-h) -- j comrnodate a few more teams. Any Require President to make sure j toa . m , hat wouW now like to join prize list and prize list rules are : should contact Fred at EL3-651S submitted to leagues Board of Di-' or Holiday Bowl. The league will rectors for approval within first | j. lart their schedule on Sept. 12. A first start a week ago in Ihe Buckeye Handicap at Randall Park and ran second to Gushing Wind. -, i He was cast in the favorite role 1 in what would have been his second test, ihe . Washington Park Handicap. He would have had a good chance lo enhance his record j of 13 victories, 11 seconds.and 10 thirds in 5G starts. Price reported on the morning trial: "Carry Back galloped fine and didn't make a lame step. But there was heat In the left ankle and Xrays disclosed a small chip in ihe sesamoid." Price said he will take Carry Back by plane to N'ew York, and ] then ship him to Kentucky. ] "I'm going to take a two week trip to Kentucky and see which | farm renlly wnnls him to sland there," Price added. "Carry Back actually could j come bn.ck to the races "in .10 to : 60 days, but what's the use?" · Carry Back, owned by Mrs. ! Katharine Price, ranked u n d e r . Round Table, Kelso and Nashua . on the roster of money making [ horses. He might have picked up ' We Salute Tvan Grri-n 247 Mlkf No". 137 MK.VS'ITH S:KI:; Bill pnhdotv-nv £4* Tv«n Cre^n K3T i.vniKs ,-,11 SKRI» Tanln Hallrr S50 Snlll.- W'MK-T U6 O..I.B.I". Hovs i final meeting will be held at 7:30' more along the comeback trail. j p.m. in the Holiday Inn meeting : Trainer Price--before (he had ;room just before bowling t h a t , break--had talked of taking the I night. ! horse to New York for Ihe i 5100,000 - added Aqueduct Handi| cap and possibly to France for the Arc de Triomplie. ways manages to catch some fish regardless of the conditions, has been having good luck, too . . . » » « Lake Lawtonka is still producing with the drift fishermen doing exceptionally well. John Lewis of Medicine Park had a pretty string of channels Wednesday. He strung seven which weighed a total ot 30 pounds, topped by R pair of nine- pounders. He was drift fishing and used dead minnows for bait. Cliarley Htilclilrison an1 Fowler Hood, both of Luwfon, were drift flshlnp one day last week nnd boated elfflit channels thai averaged two pounds. Eff Birdsong and H u b e r t Green, two "old pros" at catching fish any time, scored heavily at Lawtonka last week, as did ' 3us!er and Bill Thompson of Snyder . . . * M · Elmer Butler, vacationing with his family In the Yellowstone Park area, caught s daily limit of nice trout from the Yellowstone FJver a couple of weeks aco. The trout averazed around 15 or 16 Inches in length and that's a bragging-sized trout in most places . . . We have known s lew anglars during the years who were so adept at hooking and landing bass that H seemed almost unfair to the fish. One fisherman we know, however, has carried the "handicap" idea a bit too far. " ^ii Dirk Frcemnn 323 five wpcks of season . .. Forces decisions ^n pn/rs befon? it becomes a matter of personalities toward pnd of season. AVKKAGRS TO BOTH ASSOCIATIONS (Rule 1112-r) -- Requires Secretary ot mixed leagues to sub-' mit season's averages to BOTH' ABC and WTEC local associations, : ALPHABETIZE FINAt AA"EK- ' AGK LIST (Rule 102-c)--Require league Secretary lo .submit over-! «ge lists in ALPHABETICAL, or- i der. i I pulled n hoo bno list ivwk. T reported that tlv Fnrt SHI Women's Mnjor Leapiie, who are ing TiieMJay. Aug. 27 »t 1:30 p.m. In the, Main Service Club Rt Fort Sill, would sfart their schedule on S»pt. 3, This vill bwvl ever\- TiieMlfty Hftor- noon xtRrtinc Sept. 30. The Eaj'lx 1 Risers League, who bowl at Fort Sill Lanes every Thursday'morning, will have their organization meeting at 10 a.m., Aug. 29 Rt tho lanes. Any teams or individuals interested in joining this league should contact Marie Folk at 'EL3-24T4. Sheridan Lanes is organizing two new ladies' morning leagues. Both will bowl at 9:15 a.m., one on Tues- J)--Require league's final financial statement to show all charges nnd all sources of income, including interest. MIXED I,EAGIil£ SUBSTITUTION PROCEDURE (Rule 111)-Require a man to substitute for a man UNLESS league makes other provisions in ils rules . . . Sets up uniform substitution procedure for Wednesday's. They hope to be or- ganixed so the leagues can slart bowling on Sept. 10 and 11 re- I Before the injury. Price had -been high on Cany Back's chances for more cash and glory. He called him a terrific' competitor and related: "Carry Back feels like he always did. I'm sure he's Hi." Carry Back, the only horse lo defeat Citation as a 3-ycav-old, had a tremendous year In 1961. He took thc Kenujcky Derby and the Preakncs.i! and also ihe Flamingo, Florida Derby, Trenton and Jerome handicaps. Crimson Satan Snares 'Cap ANYONE FOR FROGS" These youngsters and Lheir daddies made quite a haul in a frog-gigging expedition to a private pond east of Lawton Friday. The kids are, left to right H. C. McKinney, 11, Lorry McKinney, 10, and Wesley Hallman, 6. Their fathers. R. R. Hallman and H. C. McKinney, who are stationed at Fort Sill, helped but the kids snagged the most frogs, the party winding up with 30. (Staff PhoLo) Georgia Alumni Group Asks TTMp S/ioot Slated Board Members' Resignations For Lawton a special cipaie this rule. WHEN TEAM BOWTS FOR FOR FEITUKE (Rule 121) -- Give.' i CHICAGO (API--Crimson Sa- speclively. Interested p a r t i c s : tan _ a 2 to 1 favorite owned by should contact Billie Duescr R t . the erim-^n King Farms, came Sheridan Lanes, EL3-25W. ! from t ar bnck and won thc 511.".Sheridan Lanes is also starting 150 Washington Park Handicap by a ladies' beginners class si 9:30 !two lengths Saturday a.1 Arlington i Park. Piper's Son. a 26 to 1 shot, fin- ] i ished second. He was a neck j I clear of B Major in the IVi -mile ! race witnessed by 26.307. tomorrow morning. This class will ti consist of three sessions. The scc- " ' ond session will be on Wednesday morning, while thc final session will be held Friday. Free nursery service and free coffee for ATLANTA (API -- ConlTOvenfy churning around Wally Bulls brought a demand Saturday ham f. University of GeovgiH alumni group rhal six athletic iMnrd members resign Immediately. "We believe that this ncllon is the firs; slep in the rebuilding o' thc nthlctic propn^ni al (he university." said thc new Georgia Lellcrmcn's Association, The statement was rclcas*l by Qiff Kimscy Jr., Cornelin hnnker who heads Ihe GLA. Kimscy is n i former football player, coached j by Butts. I Kimscy's statement followed demands by some alumni that 0r. 0. C Aderhold. university president, step down. Aderhold'also is chairman of the athletic board. Thc GLA slnlcmcm said the "posilion taken by ccnaln members of the athletic board has prizes all scores compiled team feit . . ]y available. Will preclude possibil-, ity of indi\'iduals bowling badly to a lower their average to increase handicap during pimes assured by iorteil. WHEN TEAI IS IXiST fRiile 133)-- Pro\nde byes ior rest of .schedule when a team withdraws and determine position standings on a percentage basis UNLESS league specifically provides otherwise. In either case ALL games already bowled must stand. I The Tuesday PM league at i Thunderbird Lanes ended in an exciting manner. First place was cinched by the Twin Putt Carpet:, , Golf team some time ago. but Dcnn when the season ended last week, lo and behold, there was a lour- ivay tie lor second place. In compliance with the league rules, Won- jhies. Chandler's Barber Shop and dsr Bread. G-rave-A-Name .Tro- Badgett's Maytag began their roll- off that same afternoon. When the late shift! for a few j igrcgalion | lop Saturday morning and ended wasn't a member ol this, his career. league last year will be more than ; There were two foul claims, welcome. Interested pcrsons_ or ! Henry Moreno, who rode Piper's Son. claimed interference from Crimson Satan laie in ihe stretch , tt »,^.-.-, u u . -..^,. j b o e n thoroughly nnd complclely Admiral Vic finished fourth in I i-epudialcd by a Federal Court the field of 10. j jury, by thousands of alumni of There were three scratches. I n - 1 the university nnd by a p-enl eluding Mrs. Kalherine Price's i majority of Georgians." " a bone | It called for resignations from ;g n gal- ; Ihe athletic board o( faculiy mem- teams should contact Bruce Folk EL3-2474 ocfore Aug 2S. Don't forget the Moonlight Doub- run. Mickey Solomone, aboard Adheld, at Thunderbird at miral Vic, lodged a foul claim midnight Aug 30. Breakfast after j against B, Major for alleged in- bowling is included in the fee. | terferencc on the first turn. bcrs Dr. H. M. Heckman, Dr. R. H. DrifLmicr and Dr. Hugh Mills; treasurer-comptroller J. D. Bolton: board attorney Cook Barwick. and alumni member William T. Bradshaw. The Liwton Gun Club u-ill hold B,iru-ick testified | a imp shoot today on its range. in his 510 million localed a half-mile .south of the Curtis Publish- All except acninst Butts libel suit against ine Co, Bulls won a S3.W million verdict Tuesday. H" sued because of a Saturday Evening Post article charging Uiat he and Coach Paul (Beur) Brynnl 0[ Alabama rigged a. football grime. Thn Mntcmcnt Mid Ihe athletic board's "handling ot the Butts- Bo'nrl cnse h»s caused unlold d.imnEC to Ihe prestige ot the University of Ceorcia and suite: of Gtoiwa." Lflw.ton Speedway. Firing will begin nl 1 p.m. There will be no charge, club officials said, and the public is Invited. A trophy slioot will be included in thr event, And an amateur class will be llred if there are en^jgh participants. I Peaches Prevails In Canada Tennis OTTAWA (AP)--Peaches Bart-' kowic?. of Hamtramck. Mich, won another tennis title Saturday a t . the Canadian Junior Champion- i ships. ; Miss Barlkowicz, U. S. 14-and; under nnd IG-under champion, tle- /ealed Faye Urban. 17, of Wind-. sor, Om.. 6-1. 6-2 to win rhe frirls JS-and-under title. , Chuck Brainard, 15, sUo o f : Hamlrnmck, defeated Barry: Shakespenre. ]6. of Halifax 5-2, ! 6-2 lo win the 16-and-under singles. ! In the boys' ]8-and-under sem- ifinnls, Frank Tuivin. North Mi; ami Be;ich. Fla., defeated Brain- ] ard S-4, S-l and Bill Harris'. West; Palm S»ach. Fla.. U. S. 15-and! under champion, defeated La m a r : Roomer, Houston, Tex.. ·?,. 6-?,, I Bob Bennett was fishing with some friends in a farm pond one day last week and was missing strike after strike while his buddies were sacking up the bass. It wasn't until the feeding spree was over that he discovered that, while changing skirts on his favorite lure, he had failed to put the hooks back on the lure . . . * * h, Dove season opens next Sunday for ils annual two-months stand and if nothing drastic happens between now and then it could easily be the best season we've had in these parts in several years. Observers all over this section of the country are reporting a heavy crop of birds. One of the largest concentrations at the present time is in the area from Waurika south to the river around Terral. Mnny of tlie maly.e and fe*d crops nre n»t up lo pnr thl* yenr due lo dry, hot weather but th doves- nrf In ·ninflower pulchcs and weed field-; rich! now. We hope that the gamp rangers are able to catch every "hunter" who drives around the section lin" roads and pots them oft the high line wire? this year. Also those thoughtless and inconsiderate "sportsmen" who never fail to dean out a covey of quail while out shooting doves. PjMTwmber. too. that the daily limit of doves this year has been set at ten. For those who shoot doves with about the ratio of success as I do. ten can be a full day's work, even where the birds nre plentiful . , . Moke Sure of Funds for Home Ownership Children;' Educorion Retirement with Living Insurance The M.in From EqnK.ibte G. L. (Dc) DeAnnond 312 Kojhler Bid*., Law-ton EL 5-128$ - Res. Et S-5WI the Jones Boys Sign Celtic Contracts BOSTON (AP) -- Those talented bui unrelated Jones boys -- Sam and K.C.--have signed their 196J- 6-1 basketball contract';, the world champion Boston Celtics announced Saturday. Snm Jones led the club in scoring last season with 1.-J99 points and a 13.7 point per game average. K.C. was R sparkplug on delense. The two are the firs! veterans to sign Iheir National Basketball As- socLition contracts. GULFPRIDE The World's Finest Motor Oil NEW, LONGER LIFE . . . BY FAR! Runyan Oil Company -- Lai»ton -- Wholesale Holiday is also kicking c-ff the 1st Annual Labor Day Handicap Mixed Doubles tournament on AuS- 31. Handicap is 75 .per cent of 200 : for both men and women. Entries close at 6:30 p,tn. Sept 2. when the final squad is scheduled to The stewards studied the movies for 13 minuies and decided there was no cause for disqualification. roll-otf was finished, the winner of second place was Wonder Bread with Grave-A-Name Trophies coming in third. It also was 8:30 pirn. After .approximately seven hours of bowling, there were a lot o' tired sals, There were probably a lot of hungry husbands loo who were wondering when they were going to eat. The Men's Major Meague, scheduled' to start at Holiday Bowl at 8:45 p.m. Tuesday Sept. 3, has changed its constitution to where it is now a 75 per cent of 200 handicap league with no limit on minimum team average. Because of this change jt is felt that there .may be a lew more teams that Tlw bic shooter thin part iwemi; to have bwn a junior bowler trom T-Blrd. In a match £Hme acainst Duncan Holiday Bowl. Norman Keltner shot a 2f9 and a 633 K«rir». A reminder to all you VVTBC ·members. The Lawton-Fort Sill may like to join you have a team this lengue. II that would like to join this league contact Jim Gentry. EL3-3266 or Holiday Bowl, .EL5-9S76 this week. It seems that most leagues watt- ed until .this week. to. have .their Women's B o w l i n g association meeting is today at 2 p.m., in the Chamber of Commerce Building. This is the annual fall meeting required by WIBC lor ali associations. It will be determined at this meeting as to when and where the annual women's city tournament will be held, plus any other association Junctions planned for the coming year. Remember girls, if you do not attend this meeting and make your desires known you have no sguawk coming if decisions are wade that are not desirable to you or your leagues. Make It n point to be there. DEO YOU KNOW: When foreign objects such as cigarettes, hand- .kerchirfs, pencils, .etc., drop from a bowler's pocket on or across the foul Jine, no foul is comroit- London Considers Proposed Fight With Jones In U.SJL TEANECK, .N. J. CUFI) -Heavyweight Brian London of England is expecled to decide within a week whether to accept a proposed fight with Doug Jones of New York. Sam Bartoletta, president · of the Garden State Sports Corp., said Friday that he had opened negotiations w i t h Al Phillips, L o n d o n ' s manager. .The bout would be held either at the Teaneck Armory or in Los Angeles. The bowler must call "time ,by notifying the opposing ted? out 1 team before retrieving the fallen object. PARTS DEPT. OPEN ·8-6 . WON, THRO SAT. COMPLETE AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP SERVICE BURCH MACHINE AUTO PARTS :JU6B.Av*nue · · - . . . . . - . . , ··::·(.-·---^ - . ..KLt-THO. ·;.,. *. JALOPY RACES Friday Night 8 Piitii Featuring Th« .·';.. Figure 8 Modified S«alon Closed. ; Until'44. - · . : · ' New- Rul»'Available ... at Bill Smith Agency, 2625 Cache Road LAWTON SPEEDWAY l'/ 4 Mile* South of Le« Blvd. ' .OH 8h»rid»n Road ·'· -' R S Sporting Goods ANNUAL PRE-SCHOOL SALE of S C H O O L J A C K E T S Special Discount During Month of August! PEP-SQUAD EMBLEMS Law-ton Senior High, El.senhon'er High, · 1'oinllnsod Jr. Hlch. Central Jr. Hlsrh ,; Aluo Wolverettn WHITE PEP SQUAD SWEATERS STADIUM SEATS In color* of Red, Royal'or ·Orange. Each'" ·----:_--"- J ^_. '4.95 R S SPORTING GOODS 409 C Avenu* ,IL5-n07 WHETHER IT'S A BUSINESS EXPANSION OR A HOME EXPANSION The bank where everybody is somebody serves best! Big or small we'treat them all royally at City National. Every account we handle is .our most important account. Your business, whether official or personal, is given the benefit of. all our experience,-knowledge and ability in .financial service. That's part of the reason why folks say It pays t« bank at City National. . Drive-In Bank 4th and C Strceti GITYNATIQkAL BANK::: where everybody, is^iomebody Installment Loan Dept 10 to 5 weekdays, 10 to 12 Saturday*,, MEMJEX F. D. L Q 4th D., Uwton-Fr« Parking 316IX

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