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May 25, 1978 1 8 Herald-Times Reporter, Manitowoc-Two Rivers, Wis. Deer population may-hit record job new edby Jolin surpris "I'll bring it along anyway," Jolin said with a laugh. Home for John and his wife Sandy and children and Wes, one month, will be Fort Lauderdale. Who says it only happens in the movies? pitching career in a Florida rookie league in 1969. "Do you want me to bring my glove along?" was John's joking reply to Ferreira when the scouting job was offered him.

"No, you can leave it home," was Ferreira's answer, Jolin said. Cary Jolin buck, doe or fawn in addition to the one buck that each hunter in the group may kill under his regular hunting license. Haberland said 53,930 party permits were issued in 1977. although 80,737 groups of hunters applied for such permits. More than 131,000 deer were harvested in Wisconsin by gun hunters last fall, with regular and party permits.

He said more than 600,000 deer hunters are expected to seek licenses for the 1978 gun season, he said. Haberland said DNR officials were concerned the growing deer herd would create additional hazards for motorists and cause additional crop damage. A decision on the new "party permit" quota is expected by the Natural Resources Board this summer. MADISON, Wis. (AP) Wis consin's deer population may hit a record 800,000 this year and prompt a move to allow hunters to increase their harvest this fall, a state game spokesman said Wednesday.

"We've had just ideal conditions for the deer," said Frank Haberland, big game specialist in the Department of Natural Resources. He cited the mild winter, modest kills in recent hunting seasons and excellent food supplies. Because of the abundance of deer, Haberland said, officials are preparing to recommend that 79,400 "party permits" be issued for hunting of bucks, does or fawns this fall. A party permit allows a group of (our hunters to harvest one other deer for Ihe group a Sports briefs Toledo wins By DENNIS RIC HMOND Hera Id-Timwi-Reporter Sports Writer MANITOWOC Baseball is Cary John's first love. So can you imagine John's reaction when he received a late night telephone call recently and the person on the other end of the phone offered him a full time talent scouting job with a major league team? "It was a complete surprise," said the 28-year-old Manitowoc resident who will leave later this month to begin his job as a Florida scout for the St.

Louis Cardinals. Fred Ferreira, a friend of Jolin since John's days as a minor league pitching prospect in the late lOs. nearly floored Jolin with "an offer I couldn't refuse." It was like a dream come true for Jolin, who spent the better part of the last two summers serving as manager of the Manitowoc American Legion baseball team. Jolin, in fact, played the key role in bringing Legion baseball back to his community in 1976. "We've kept close touch with Fred, exchanging Christmas and birthday cards and things like that but I hadn't seen him Tears are good sign for injured student Washington wins meet MANITOWOC Ann Fritsch took three firsts to lead the Washington seventh and eighth grade girls track team to a 61-39 victory over Two Rivers Catholic Central.

Fritsch set a school record of 27.5 seconds in the 220 and also won the low hurdles and long jump. Kris Kirchen was a double winner for Washington in the 880 and mile, setting a school record of 6:16.0 in the mile. Brenda Dehne also won two events the 440 and was a member of the winning 880 relay team. Also on the 880 team was Cherry LeBreck, who picked up a second first as part of the victorious 440 relay team. Donna Lou's wins big, 22-0 Donna Lou's of Branch recorded an easy 22-0 victory over Corner Inn Wednesday night to highlight Northern Manitowoc County Women's Slowpitch League action.

The victory evened Donna Lou's record at 1-1. Barb Lakatos had a home run for the winners and Grace Schiman was the winning pitcher. She was relieved by Karen Schiman who completed" the game. Shaw's 147 fell to LaFiesta Red 6-2, and Berge's defeated Shamrock 17-2. Tug of war continues for NHL Stanley Cup MIAMI (AP) "Edward, i baby," Vergie Hill said to the figure on tne stretcher.

"Squeeze my hand if you can hearme." Her grandson Eddie Hill, a University of Wisconsin-River Falls student, managed a squeeze in return. "He did fantastic," said Robin Garelick, a nurse who accompanied Hill on an aerial ambulance flight from Warren, Ohio, where he had been hospitalized since a March 23 auto accident. Hill, 18, a former football star at Norland High in Miami, was injured while taking a spring break with some friends from UW-River Falls, where he played freshman football. He, having suffered brain damage and semicomatose, was to leave the hospital in Warren and be transferred to an Ohio rehabilitation center. His family wanted to return him to Miami but lacked the money.

So students from Norland, where Hill graduated last year, raised $1,000 through car washes, bake sales and a dance marathon. United Way agreed to pay more than half the return fare. Emergency Medical Transport of Miami reduced its fare from $3,200 to $2,200 and brought Hill home. He spent his first day here Wednesday after arrival a day earlier. He is to undergo therapy at a county rehabilitation center.

"It's hard to say how far he will be rehabilitated," said Darlene Adams, acting nursing supervisor for the county's Human Resources Health Center, Vergie Hill," the grandmother who raised Eddie, said she was happy enough just to have him back. Even his tears on arrival were good news. Crying, said the nurses, is a good sign. It is a response of some kind. By Associated Press The International Hockey League's Turner Cup is beginning to look right at home in Toledo.

Bob Sullivan's tally at 14:26 of the third period proved the decisive goal Wednesday night as the Goaldiggers defeated the Port Huron Flags 4-3, to capture their second Turner Cup in four years. Toledo never trailed, leading 1-0 after one period and 2-1 after two. Sullivan's goal made it 4-1, but the Flags fought back. Rapid goals by Port Huron's Brian Ellacot and Dave Faulkner narrowed the margin with almost four minutes remaining, but Toledo held the Flags at bay to the delight of the sellout partisan crowd of 5.286. Both teams had 27 shots on goal in a game that was delayed at least a dozen times because heat in the building caused water on the ice and dense fog.

The Goaldiggers finished second in the IHL south division, while the Flags were fourth in the north division. Browner still unsure CINCINNATI The Cincinnate Bengals and University of Washington center Blair Bush have reached verbal agreement on a National Football League contract. General manager Paul Brown said the final signing of Bush, a first-round draft coice' will be Saturday. Meanwhile, the agent for Cincinnati's first first-round pick, Ross Browner, is scheduled to visit the Bengals' office soon, following reports the big defensive lineman may sign with a Canadian team. "It doesn't concern us if he goes to Canada.

He'll be back in a year or two anyway. Not only is Canada a foreign country, but there is the NFL pension plan and several other benefits to consider," Brown said. "We'd like to have Browner but if he went to Canada, it wouldn't be a life or death matter," Brown said. Mariucci to Canada MARQUETTE, Mich. Former Northern Michigan quarterback Steve Mariucci says he has signed a contract with the Hamilton Tiger-cats ol Ihe Canadian Football League.

Mariucci would not disclose the terms of his contract with the Ontario club, but said "it was too much to resist Mariucci was last year's NCAA Division II total offense loader. He gained more than 6.000 yards passing during his college career. As a sophomore, he led the Wildcats to the Division II national championships. 'Cyclone' indicted SAN ANTONIO. Texas North American Boxing Federation featherweight champion Mike "Cyclone" Ayala has been indicted on charges of attempted murder in connection with the December 1977 shooting of another boxer.

Ayala, 19, former national Golden Gloves champion, is free on $10,000 bond in connection with the shooting of Gilbert "Machete' Galvan, 26, of San Antonio. A Bexar County grand jury returned the indictment Wednesday. Galvan was shot in the head and back on Christmas night but survived his wounds. He and Ayala had trained togehter and boxed on the same card in 1977. Ayala won the North American Federation featherweight title after being charged in the shooting He scored a first round TKO over Ronnie McGarvey of Baltimore on March 18 after the Texas Boxing Commission refused to bar him from fighting.

No trial date has been set. Ayala is scheduled lo defend his title June 6 against EliseoCosmeof Mexico City. BOSTON i APi like a tug of war," said Montreal left wing Steve Shutl. gelling near the end. now, and everyone's got In dig down little deeper." Shutt's Canadiens need only to dig for one more victory over the Boston Bruins.

A triumph in Game 6 of the bestol -seven series tonighl would bring Montreal its 20th National Hockey CHAMPIONSHIP A Boston victory would send Ihe series back lo Montreal for a decisive seventh game Saturday night. "But without tomorrow, there won't be no Saturday." said Bruins right wing Kick Middle-ton, who went on to explain the significance of a Canadian youngster having his name etched on the historic Stanley Cup "You might never get the chance again." he said Wednesday. "This is my tirst real chance at it. since last year we went 773 rarur. TRY SOMETHING DIFFERENT! RELAX AND ENJOY 18 HOLES OF 'CHAMPIONSHIP MINIATURE GOLF! i 1 i I PUTTER LOVERS PARADISE Fishing looks good The years lust summer aluned weekend should U' a giKMl one lor Wisconsin lishing.

Ihe Department ol Nat ural Resources says The l)M said lulling this week was generally good throughout the state, including excellent ill Ihe Black River Kalis area The Mississippi was yielding the past two seasons, called Jolin "probably the finest (baseball) strategist that I've played for, with or against." Fuhs was a member of several of the best American Legion teams ever produced in Oshkosh, played four years of baseball at the University of Wisconsin and was a player-coach on a championship team in the U.S. Army. He added, Jolin "got more runs out of fewer base runners because he knows the capabilities of every player so very well." Another Jolin plus, Fuhs said, is his good rapport with young players, a trait he could use well in the scouting profession. While Jolin has realized a dream by securing a full time job in the sport he loves so much, his ultimate eoal is to manage a professional baseball team. "I want to get into managing, starting with a minor league team," he said.

"I like the head to head competition." Ferreira, Jolin said, iwns a team in Florida and he could possibly get a shot at directing its field operations if things work out for him. Ferreira was John's manager when he began his minor league secutive titles and want to become the first NHL learn since the lwa-64 Toronto Maple Leafs to win three in a row. But no one is predicting what form the game will take. "All the games have been different." explained Montreal delenseman Larry Robinson, who scored the first goal in Tuesday night's 4-1 Montreal triumph. "The lirst game was lalrly wide open.

Ihe second saw more hilling, in the third there was a lot ol bodv contact, ami more in the fourth Bui in the filth, nothing really got started until the third period." That was when the final three lights broke out with 21 seconds remaining, resulting in the last Mi ol the Itm penally minutes assessed In referee Dave Newell The ol! mating provoked much protest Irom the Bruins, who received 62 minutes ol punishment. "Bui (here's been enough said about it." said 'Boston null I wing Bobby Schmautz "There's nothing you can do The people that paid $18 didn't come lo see Newell stand there and call penalties, but they beat us 4 I and now we have to win." In some spare room al Boston Garden, the Stanley Cup will be removed Irom its protective packaging and made ready lor presentation lo the Canadiens. It will return to Montreal Friday, either to await Ihe seventh game or to be the central figure in a championship parade. Snider have almost identical orange Coyotes Spike Gehlhausen and John Maliler stal side by side in tw in blue and yellow team cars. The worst are the three Penske cars.

All matching red, while and blue, their numbers are 1, 7 and 71. "II they're all running together mil on Ihe track, no one is ever gonna be able lo tell who's who." iiiu.i ned an ollicial of ABC, which is taping the race lor a same-day delayed telecast. Tom Bigelow of Whitewater. Wis will be in the sixlh row in a Wildcat -oily, one row ahead of Foyt who bad mechanical problems i and Bobby Unser (who passed up Ihe first qualifying Saturdi "I know Foyt says he will be conservative until Ihe cars get si rung out. but I don't think he will be." said Bigelow, who star-led 22nd last year and linisbed sixth "I think A will be charging lor th I rout right oil Ihe bat.

and so will Unser. I'm going lo go right with them the lust couple ol hips, try to get up with Ihe leaders, and then see what their strategy is." "In fact the most you ever turn the steering wheel is about one-eighth of an inch but in that one-eighth lies your life sometimes and your livlihood." Posey's assignment this year is to track down cars that drop out of the race, follow the drivers back to the garage if necessary and find out what happened. He will also cover the hospital if need be. ABC will be televising the race on a delayed basis Sunday night from p.m. EDT.

This involves some frantic cutting and piecing together of tape, a process that begins even before the race has ended. Posey's prediction for Sunday's race? "If I had to make a pick I'd have to say Danny Ongais looks good. His team has been pointing toward this race with unsual concentration, Besides, he's a good friend of mine." since 1971," said Jolin who sent four Manitowoc athletes Dennis Coons, Paul Herrmann, Dan Dueno and John Funs to the baseball school formerly owned by Ferreira this spring. "I guess I'll be his 'shadow' for the first year," Jolin said of his indoctrination to the scouting profession. Jolin is no stranger to professional baseball.

He signed a minor league contract with the Oakland A's in 1968, played in the San Diego Padres' farm system in 1969 and 1970, and toured with the barnstorming Indianapolis Clowns in 1971. Early in the 1972 season Jolin had a workout with the Chicago White Sox Appleton farm team and was a few days away from inking a pact with that team when he tore the ligament in his pitching arm while hurling for the Slieboygan A's of the Wisconsin State League. After a year in which he allowed the arm to mend, Jolin pitched two years with the Two Rivers Polar Bears before organizing the Manitowoc Legion team. Manitowoc Legion squad, was a coach for the team the last two years. Jim Fuhs, who will move up lo manage the Manitowoc Legion squud after working as a coach out in lour straight.

II would be so nice lor guys like Jean Katelle. guys who have been around lor a while. Ann lor the rookies, it's a nice way to starl off We'll gel it il we deserve it." There will be no need lor in spiratinnal charges Irom Coach Don Cherry, no rah-rah speeches Irom captain Wawie Cashman. no worry about I he calls referee Andy Van llelle-inond might make during the game "It's either go out and play and win or get out the goll elulis," said Cashman. who added.

"II we win tins game, il all conies down to a one-game series tor the Stanley Cup The advantage lor the Bruins is thai the game will foe played at Boston Harden, where they have contained Ihe powerful Montreal attack and have won all seven playoll games that have been lield this season The Canadiens' advantage is momentum; I hey have won con- white bass, largeiuoulh bass and northern pike Warm water lishing was reported good near Wisconsin Rapids Trout lishing was rated ex ccllcnl near Ihiywaid Similar conditions tor rainbow trout could be liiiinil along Door Conn h's Lake Michigan shore and. liir lake I rout, oil Sturgeon Bay anil Kewaunee That 's both good news and bad news lor some members ol the racing community. The regular crew should help in identification problems, it's harder lo read Ihe numbers on cars going by at 22u mph if you're unlamihar with the cars in the lirst place Identification is expected lo be more ol a problem this year because there are so many cars that look alike and are painled similarly colors and blues are very popular i. The regular crew also scores two other SMi-milers during the year, as well as a variety of oilier races. If a regular business with them.

But there have been complaints about USAC scoring this season In lad. results ol three of Ihe lour Indianapolis car races so lar in 1978 have been disputed Protesters iinclude Ihe Penske team aixi Interscope Racing, whose cars comprise the front row lor Sunday's $1 million race Two-car or three-car learns seem to cause the most problems Fovt and teammate George se, that instead of being able to luxuriously prepare for Indy talk to the drivers, hang around the pits I'll have to rely on the ABC staff to bring me up to date a bit. "Bui they're great al thai and I know all the drivers, so everything should go smoothly." Posey finished fifth in his lone Indy appearance in 1972, He has been commenting on the race for television since 1974, usually alongside Jim McKay in the booth. But this year, because of his Lime Rock committment, he'll bein the pits. "When something is happening on the track the fact that you've been there yourself makes a hell of a difference in conveying the information to the he says.

"So much of auto racing is hidden from view. At Indy it looks to the TV viewer like the car is driving itself, just kind of going around the track in a groove. I A Jf OPEN DAILY 9 AM-1 1 PM 18 HOLES-ONLY 75 SATURDAY SPECIAL CHILDREN 1 5 AND UNDER-50 FROM 9 AM 'TIL NOON 1 539 N. 8TH ONE BLOCK NORTH OF PIGGLY WIGGLY OWNERS-MIKE AND PAT DICKEY TEAMS WANTED Softball Men's Tues. Thurs.

Volleyball Men's Women's Couples Contact Mike Dickie at 684-5246 or 684-1 302 Scoring error in 1 977 Indy nearly cost Foyt Kawasaki A KZIOOO INDIANAPOLIS 1AP1 Foyt Wouldn't be going lor his filth victory in the Indianapolis 500 this Sunday il someone hadn't caught anollicial scoring error made last year while he was going for No 4 At one point during his drive to the unprecedented victory no other driver in the 61-year history ol the race has won more than three the scoring pylon showed Foyt one lap down. Some contusion followed; Ihe scoreboard was finally adjusted, putting Foyt back up with the leaders Tlx' reason for Ihe change was not announced. No error was acknowledged However, personnel changes resulted immediately in the timing and scoring crew. Prior to this year's race, il was announced that the chief of that division, Dick Sauer, was a. so being replaced No reasons were given The net result is a wider role (his year for regular liming and scoring officials of the S.

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"Saturday night I'll fly to Indianapolis to cover Sunday's race, then as soon as Ihe race ends I'll get a police escort to the airport and fly back to Lime Rock and race Monday. "With these very hectic travel arrangements, you try to pretend they don't divert your attention from the two jobs but they do. The trouble is, jf cour OF MANITOWOC 1207 WASHINGTON ST. Ph. 682-2504.

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