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PAGE 20 ANDERSON SUNDAY HERALD SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1970 INDIANA FISHING REPORT Here »re rcoorls from field observers of (he Indiana reparlmont of Natural Resources regarding current fishing conditions throughout the Stale along with my own personal knowledge of the scene. NORTHWESTERN INDIANA: Rivers are siill high, but generally streams are falling and fishing is improving. MioiTi. S BI m ai ? being caught 3 lo 4 mils ou( in Lak « Michigan. Bluegill fubmg is excellent throughout the area. Bluegills and bass »re being caught at Willow Slough »nd Pine Lake in LaPorte County is yielding northern pike. TiDpccanoe River, Lake Shafer and Lake Freeman are excellent. Lots of big suckers are being caught in lh« Wabash K'.ver. NORTHEASTERN INDIANA: In general fishing should ., e °°? K . flsh are coming up over the spawning ground. At salamome and Mississinewa reservoirs fishermen are catching a few small and largemouth bass, crappies, bluegills and northern pike. The lower ends of these impoundments are clear, while the upper ends are still pretty murky. The Mississinewa has much the belter fishing at this time. Harold Brunk of the 9th St. Aulo Body said he made the nest catch of large bluegills he's ever made at one of the many small lakes in this region of the state. Besides (he bluegill Brunk caught several nice bass. He said that almost all of the lakes in this area are providing some of the best fishing for gills that he has seen in years. -V. Lake Wawasee bass, bluegill and crappie are being caught. 1 received word that another Anderson resident caught five bass in the five pound bracket on a jig and eel combination at Wawasee. Trout fishing should be good, as streams have receded and 12,000 rainbow and brown trout are being planted over the weekend. In the St. Joe River they are taking pike, smallmoulh bass and nice rock bass. WEST CENTRAL INDIANA: Fishing at Monroe reser- ' vnir has slowed somewhat, but they are getting big bluegills on crickets and small spinners. Lake Lemon anglers are catching channel cats on. nighlcrkwiers. Bass are getting ready to come off of ttie nest at th» strip pits and are still hitting slow. At Cataract Lake in Lieber Slate Park bass are taking top water baits. A TA pound largemouth bass and another going Wi were reported this week. Crappies and bluegills are being yielded at Raccoon and Shakamak Lakes. Lake Sullivan is producing btoegills. Wabash River fishing is fair. Trout lines are producing nice channel and flathead catfish baited with dead minnow. At Mill Creek carp fishing is good, while crappies and bfuegllls are hitting minnows and redworms. EAST CENTRAL INDIANA: Fishing has been very good with all kinds of lures and baits. Kokomo and Morse reservoirs are yielding crappies, bluegills, bass and channel catfish. Prairie Creek at Muncie reports catches of bass, bluegills, crappies and carp. Ralph Storms, 'of Anderson has been making good catches, of bass at Gcist reservoir on shallow running lures. Several of the bass he has taken have exceeded five pounds. SOUTHWESTERN INDIANA: At Hindostan Falls and Williams dam they are taking lots of perch and some channel on nighlcrawlers and worms. Glendale Slate Game' Preserve reports fishing good, especially for bass on artificials. .SOUTHEASTERN INDIANA: Fishing is only fair as streams are murky. Some rock and largemouth bass are being taken on worms and minnows. Crappies. are still hitting good, and some nice channel; are hitting night- crawlers. In tre larger rivers some drum and catfish are being caught.. In small lakes and impoundments bluegills and redears are moving off the nest, with good catches still being made with crickets. Bass fishing is good. Oliva, Gardenas Lead Twins Over NY Senators/ Oakland Triumph By United Press InterniUoMl Tony Oliva and Leo Cardenas each hit safely in their 10th straight game -- the longest by American League hitters al is! year and this .season -- as he Minnesota Twins outslugged the New York Yankees, 10-6 Saturday. After falling behind 6-5 in the seventh inning, the Twins senl Yankee pitchers Gary Waslews- kl and Steve Hamilton to the showers with five hits and as many runs. Cesar Tovar led off the five- run seventh with his sixth homer of the season, -Tony Oliva doubled, Harmon KUte brew was walked intentionally and Rich Reese, who had four li's, including a homer, in five trips to the plate, was safe on .an error to load the bases. Rick Renick then batted for outfielder Jim Holt and delivered the hit which put Minnesota ahead, 8-6. Frank Howard hit a two-run homer, his 14th of'the season, highlighting a three-run first inning that lifted the Washington Senators to a 3-2 victory over the Kansas City Royals. Howard's blast, which tied him with Boog Powell of the Orioles for the AL home run lead, came off Royals' starter Bill Butler " and ' shot the SECTIONAL BASEBALL CHAMPIONS-froucty, displaying ' ' Campbell, Kelton Dickey, Sieve Gcur/ey, Torn Hale, Docrell the school's second seclhnal baseball champiomhip trophy, Jackson, Mike Kelley, Jerry Malhevs, Larry Mathews, Jim Madison Heights prepares to celebrate oiler /landing Elwood Morehead, Mark SaHord, Marc Scharnowslce, Greg Tip/on, an 8-2 victory in Friday's final game al Memorial Field. Team Mike Jodd and John Youngblood. memben include coaches Paul Bradford and Jim Svllon, (Herald Photo by Jo* toys) Tim Albea, Roger Ashlty, Randy Baker, Gary Boards, Ned , . Romero Blancas Holds Danny Thomas Lead By DUREN CHEEK MEMPHIS, 'Tenn. (IIP!)-- lomero Blancas, bidding for _ . . . --- --- ne-shot lead after three rounds Senators into 3-1 lead after|an the $150,000 Danny Thomas Memphis Classic Saturday with a.three under par 67, but Dave ·H : li and Tom Weiskopf dogged Us second tournament victory Blancas for the second day in a i three weeks, maintained his row, came .within a hair of Cubs, Padres Split CHICAGO (UPI) -- Glenn Beckert's two-out eighth-inning home run, only the 16th of his six-year major league career gave the Chicago Cubs an W victory over San Diego Saturday after the Padres took the hitter Phil Gagliano, who first game of their doublehead- blow was his er 11-4. Beckert's second of the season and came the first game, was touched for York Yankees, Oakland Athiel off reliever Tom Dukes, who was charged with his second loss of the year. As in the opener, the Cubs fell behind 4-0 in the first three innings of the nightcap but the Cubs got to Padre starter Pat Dobsorv for three runs in the third. Cub starter Joe Decker and Don Kesslnger contributed run- scoring doubles while B«okert drove in one with a sfcigle, then Ernie Banks tied the game in tiie fourth with his 501st career homer, his fourth of the season. A single by Banks in the fifth scored Billy Williams with the go-ahead run after Williams had doubled with two out, then a walk and a hit batsman loaded the bases for pinch- singled home two runs. Phil Regan, who gave up four runs in less than an inning in Ed Brinkman had doubled, too third on Wayne Comer's bun single and scored on a wil pitch. Relief pitcher Vicente Romi en route to his third straigl victory, supplied his ow winning run with his firs career home run while pilchin the Boston Red Sox to a 7- victory over the Chicago Whit Sox. Romo's homer, which pro duced the second run of h career, came with the base empty and the score tied at 5- in the sixth. In Oakland, husky Do Mmcher brought three runs across the plate with a sacrific fly and a towering two-ru homer to hoist the Oaklam Athletics past the Cleveiani Indians, 5-4. Mincher's homer, his ]2tl Ibis season, landed far back i the rightfjeld bleachers anc gave the A's a 5-1 lead in fh seventh inning. The blast, provided what turned out to be the decisive runs as the Indian, rallied for a pair of runs in th eighth against whining pitche Rollie Fingers and one in th ninth off reliever Jim "Mud cat" Grant. In night action, Detroi played Milwaukee and Bait more was at California. STAFFORD PITCHES sUfiS NEW YORK (AP) - Bill Staf ford, former pitcher for the New three runs in the seventh Inning of the second game as Clarence Gaston doubled, Al Ferrara followed with a double, Ollie Brown singled home' Ferrara and pinch-hitter Ivan Murrell doubled home the tying run. Steve Huntz scored four runs and drove in a pair with his eighth homer of the year in the 'irst -game in leading the Padres' 15-hitattack, which offset Jim Hckman's three-run :hird-jnning homer, his llth of he season and sixth in the last eight games. ics and Chicago White Sox, ha retired from the mound at th age of 31 to become a salesman Stafford, a resident of Che shire, Conn., is with Grolier the encyclopedia publisher. He i assistant to vice presiden George de Lucia. -GARAGES- * IMPOSSIBLE BUT TRUE * 2VrCAR GARAGE IUK.T MMHETE-II.M.UMS CEMEKT FLMR All LIFETIME, ALUMINUM JIIINI SAYS--30 DAYS ONLY--SAVE All $2 ' 195 FINANCE SAVE 600 PIANS AVAdABLf SALE «.«.... M ,595 FREE ESTIMAHS Ms trail. Blancas, Colonial National two weeks ago was at 198, 17-under-par toured the front two-und«r and after 54 hales. : Tlie slender Hill, paired with tieing green lipped the cup. the leader when his on 'the birdie 18th putt Hill, defending champion and only two time winner here, started the day one stroke back winner o f . the of Blancas. and watched him widen the margin as Blancas Hill was even par. Blancas. turned with a four stroke lead, . but Hill charged ttie backside with an eagle on the par five 13th hole and a birdie at the l«h: to match Blancas' 67. 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All along in third place was Steve Spray, who had a hole-in- one on the 182 yard par three 12th hole en route to a third round 65 to put him six strokes under . for the tournament. "I think that we are going to try to get rid of each other," Blancas said as. he and HB1 w*rile going cards .with sports writers. "We have been Blaying together for three days tow and that must be some kind of a record." "I played real well. ... number eight' I three putted, i Y4tk ·ke 2b Cecrey 3b Iiirrer ef Fhlle If I«|IT It, ifunson c Blcfiry rl Yoods rf Michael ss lahnen p Vard ph MkiMMlB . · k r h k i a i r k M 5 0 1 0 Tovar cf 5 1 1 1 3 0 0 0 Caieu- 2b 5 1 2 0 4 1 1 J Oliva II 5 1 2 1 5 « 1 t KJllEbrew 3b 2 3 1 0 5 2 2 1 Qui![ci 3 b 0 0 9 0 " ' ·' 5 3 4 3 exchanged gibes over their score missing from one foot. I jus got careless and went to sleep, 1 ' Blancas said. . A stroke of luck 'saved Blancas from possible disaster on the. paper four llth hole atien his hooked drive tit a tree aw bounced toward the green. Hill said he did not put nearly as well the last two days as he did Thursday when hi S3. Saturday, touring troth the front fired a record tieing first rourx "I'm gonna go with two putters in my bag tomorrow,' Hill said. There was a three way tie for third place at 201. Nine under for the tournament were Frank Beard, Jerry McGee, and Dick Crawford. ' · Grouped at 202 were Hale Erwin, George Archer, Joe Campbell, Bobby Mitchell, Jack McGowan, and Jim Jameison Lee · Trevino, the tour's leading money winner this .year with two tournament victories was nine strokes back of the On leaders in a six way tie for sixth place. 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The contract's length or its salary provisions were nol ·evealed, but both . the Bears brass and Butkus expressec delight at the transaction. Butkus, a native Chicagoan fho has been named the National Football League's AH- , 1-2 rMfr { aver "ly nmo W 3-0 Jle 1 0 0 1 4 1 3 7 I 5 3 l" 4 3 fl 0 0 4 1-3 « ft 0 0 0 PHcaecl fn 3 halters In 5th. (7). T.2:34. A-li.«2». . anil 3b «lwi ci err»r« II in-ell If olbcrt Ib row* rf n " arlon e Iroy P trbel p r ph a k r a i l C 2 2 1 4 4 3 2 ( 1 3 1 Willlamj U l o l l Hlckman rf 1 1 0 * Slrlo ]b 4 0 2 2 Backs ib 4 1 1 1 Hi«[ c 3 2 2 1 Jamei cf 1 0 0 0 Hollzman 9 it 2 1 Smla ph 2 * « 0 Docefan p » 0 0 « Cal'hon pk 9 0 0 Reran p at r h M It } 0 2 1 5 1 2 0 3 1 1 0 1 1 2 3 5 0 0 0 S · 1 o 2 1 0 0 4 0 0 0 I 0 fl 0 1 00 0 0 0 0 · 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 e o o · ^ K 4 9 4 ftniMMft-4 LOB-Sai TMejo U, !B-Sp(eiio. 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' 8qndaj'« Games J (All Times £Dt) louaton at New York 2 clpm) Sao D;ego at Chicago (215pm) San Fraccjsco at Pittsburgh (130pm) J 3 s 3 3 Star middle linebacker for four of the past five years, said 'I'm glad we got together on his because I want to play in my home town for many more years, Butkus joined Bears in 1?65 after graduation from lh University of llihois. Shortstop Maury Wills and center fielder Willie Davis were n the opening day lineup for (he Los Angeles Dodgers in 1962 anc again this spring. YOUR DR. N ORTHOPEDIC PWsciirnoNS RUED ACCURATELY ptft Mrrocti**! ·· 4^c. W Ma ,,, REED'S ORTHOPEDIC SHOP tr, M a** k* x im ft.. f»-MW I.OS Angeles at St. Louis (2l5pm Philadelphia at Atlanta (215pm. Montreal at Cincir.nalt (215am MaWaj's GaaMS Loa A£celn at Chkuo San IXego at Plttsburca (nlttil) San Francisco a (5t Lc ' ' ' Coaly famea ach«dul«d) Amerkaa Leafi« StaBdlitfs Eart Ballimort Srvi- York Delroit CallfDrala OaklaiI ^5 city Cbklio JH l* 33 13 .717 -- » 2J .541 21 21. -S(J |0 ' 22 23 .41» 10H 1? 37 .45? II · I Kl. rt » 13 .131 - » 17 .122 I 25 'U .13] 7 II 21 .4» 13 17 » .3 JO 14V 13 30 .3W 17 - - -- -- New York B Boston 7 CticJio 5 Waslilni(o!i 3 Kansas City 2 Oakland 5 Ckvelacd 4 Detro-t at Mllwaufcet Coighl) It CUiformia (oittt) ·oday't Qamai (All limn EDI) CMvelanj at OakJaU (4X»ro) Balilmofe ll CllJIorelt '(pra) D«lroH al MHwaul fin York it I . . . (Umular 34 a»d Wll«aii :«*» York) Saieckl H ajulllc rrgfiii""')* (V " |C * O ** "' I * rt «otrcal (hfeGIim M) it Kerrltt M), San Uflfo (C*rklM 4H) ft (Jrokiw 3.7), San Kranclscfl ' «-, M) fti , WM 14) a| .Clly (More*t»d !·!) it . Waihlnfton (Cox a-5). Clevflui (HaM H) X OaklUJ l^.'Lovi is i very'interesting· word. I t ' h u many. me«n- ingj ind can .be.expressed In'many w»ys.'Unfortunately, love is almost forgo'.tsn'in this ag* where'racial tensions are high and war is all around us. What does love have to do with sports? Is it important? I believe it is. Love was evident Wednesday night as hundreds of fani filled the Farmers' Building at the State Fairgrounds to-pay/ honor to their Indiana Pacers, Champions of the American BasketbalJ Association. . · . ' , . . The love I . a m speaking about was seen in several forms. First the love of Pacer fans toward their team. The love'of the Pacers toward their fans, toward each other and toward head coach, Bobby 'Slick' Leonard. . Perhaps the words 'United We.Stand, Divided We Fall' can best describe .the'reason why the Pacers are champions! Leonard made the Pacers a unit. 1 He-pulled no punches with his ball players this season. When he felt a player wasn't doing the job, he simply benched him. Tinw. after time (his year Leonard called on different players to do the job and each time they responded. . Mel Daniels, 6-9'center for the Pacers, put'it this way' abmil teammate Roger Brown. As Brown was leaving the CQurt after the Pacers won the ABA title a reporter stopped him' and said, "How do you feel?" Brown- commented, "I must be happy, I just kissed Mel." · .' Billy Keller, outstanding Indiana rookie guard who had a tremendous playoff series, put it another way. "In the championship game I had some trouble guard* ing Merv Jackson, but 'Dogg' (Tom Thacker) came in and did a fantastic job." . Coach Leonard showed love toward each player a: h« introduced each one !o the audience. "I told Mel that I wanted him to be our rebounder and the nucleous of our defense this season and not worry about scoring," said Leonard, "and he was just that." In introducing Brown, Leonard said it ail in these few. words. . . . . . · "Here's Roger Brown, what more can I say." Leonard also paid tribute to Art Becker, Oliver Dardea anil Jay Miller, three players who came off (he bench numerous times for the ABA champs this season. ; "The difference jhis year was the defense of our back court," said the head coach. "Keller, Barnhill, Thacker, and.captain Freddie Lewis were outstanding." The Pacer coach also referred to Bob Netolicky as one of the League's best forwards. . . . ' . . " .' · .Oliver Darden put his feelings yet another.way.' . . "When I played for Kentucky,, I passed the Coliseum, many times and I wanted to turn into the parking lot because the Pacers are a great-bunch of guys. "I was.very, happy when the Colonels traded me to Indiana mid-way through the season because. I : didn't have to go past th« Coliseum an'y more." . . - . _ ' . . . Art Becker recalled last s_eason around playdff lime. "I played .for the Houston-Mavericks (now the Carolina Cougars) and it was the last game of the season and we were 35 games out of first place. The attendance for our. final home. game of the season was 89 and I think that figure w a s padded somewhat. . . . . "Yes, I'm happy to be in Indiana," Mike Storen, general' manager of the Papers, described the Indiana fans this way: "When the Indiana,'Pacer* played their first game three years ago it was a sellout^ In between those two.games we have had a totaV'of. 41. sellouts." . Jack Dolph, commissioner of the ABA, stated, "The offices of the ABA »re in New York, but'the home of the ABA is in Indiana," · ' · ' . : · " ' · . . : Governor' Edgar D. iWhitcomb proclaimed last Wednesday as Indiana^ Pacer Day and awarded certificates to each player making them honorary .Hoosiers. Whitcojiib also state the Pacers'"have displayed their professional excel-, lence.bn the hardwood by talcing the Eastern Division .title in their second year and the w'prW/title^in only'their third season." . - - ." '.i . ' - . ' . ' . Mayor Richard Lugar of Indianapolis, who introduced Mayor J. E. Flanagan of Anderson, the Pacers' second home, to the audience, probably said it all in these words: 'The Pacers have brought Indianapolis into the big leagues. We have come to love the spirit of this team and this city, and we pledge to do everything we. can to get the Pacers a place where-they can.play before, twice as many people." ' - . - . Love, an interesting word. Maybe what I'm tryu« t» "· say U this, "To be a winner, one must have love for his fellow man." . " , P,S. Mike Storen is reportedly leaving the.Pacers to go to the Kentucky Colonels, and Roger Brown w«» voted (he Most : Valuable Player to the 1*70 ABA Playoffs by a.n.atipn- 3! sports writeri poU. ' . · ' - ' ' : ' · ; : · : i · Giants Ou PITTSBURGH (UPI) - Hal ^anier's two-run double ind. wo-nin pinch single, by Bob 'aylor keyed a five-run fifth nning Saturday and propelled he San Francisco Giants to a 3-11 victory over toe Pittsburgh Pirates. 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