Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 11, 1965 · Page 10
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 10

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, May 11, 1965
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TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1965. IIONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, I RON WOOD, MICHIGAN Northern Pike, Muskie Seasons Open Saturday By BOB VOCES A.P. Outdoor Writer LANSING (AP) - Fishermen tiring of chasing the wily trout can go after two of Michigan's trophy species the end of this week. The season on northern pike and muskellunge — later this ye'ar than last-opens Saturday on all inland lakes and streams. These are the big boys that really put up a fight. The record musklc caught in Michigan was a 62 pound, 8 ounce prize, 69 inches long, taken from Lake St. Clair in 1940 by Percy Haver of Detroit. The record northern pike was caught in 1961 from Dodge Lake In Schoolcraft County by Larry Clough of Ludington. This prize pike weighed 39 pounds and was 51'/a inches long. The season on both species will open May 21 in Lakes Superior, Michigan and Huron. Action on muskles will be de- lp.yed until June 5 in Lake St. Clair and the St. Clair and Detroit rivers: The season on pike and mus- kles opened last year on April 26—the same as the trout season — and extended through March 15.. This year the season will close Feb. 28 on inland waters. The reason for the shortened season was the protect the fish while they are spawning and most vulnerable. The muskie size limit has been jumped from 30 to 34 Inches and a new limit has been set of two- a day. The catch limit is the same on northern pike, five a day or live in a combination with walleyes or largemouth bass. The pike size remains at 20 inches since it was recently raised from 14 inches. Lake St. Clair is recognized as one of the best spots in the country for muskles. To give the fish a bit more of a break, those power trolling are now limited to one line an angler. The State Conservation Department, meanwhile, is stepping up the hatching of muskellunge eggs at its Wold Lake hatchery near Kalamazoo. Nearly 700,000 muskie eggs were netted from Murphy Lake, tlEVEN Tuscola County. It is hoped that up to 175,000 fingerlings will survive for planting in southern Michigan lakes. Northern pike aren't being reared at the hatchery but the department's fish division is working at improving their natural breeding grounds. On all pike lakes of more than 1,000 acres, the department takes over management of the marshes where the pike go to spawn. In smaller . lakes, a share-the-cost plan is worked out with local communities. The brood stock are put in to spawn and the fingerlings are protected from other fish until they are about two inches long and might other up. Then they start eating each are released into the main lake where the natural predators eat the young of other fish and grow up fast to become tackle-busters. Yanks, Indians Trade Players BOSTON (AP) The Yan- jkees usually have to scramble at this time of the year, but usually it's a scramble to pare their rinlltn tr, Harold Blevins Is in Dilemma PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) — Harold Blevins is in a dilemma and he wouldn't trade places with anyone. Here's his problem: —The New York Knickerbockers want him to play professional basketball. —The Dallas Cowboys want him to play professional football. A 6-fopt-l, 188-pounder, Blevins starred in basketball at Arkansas AM&N, a Negro school playing in the Southwestern Athletic Conference. But Blevins was a standout footballer as an end in high AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING CIGAR But this time the scramble is a frantic, desperate search for help in their attempts to stay close that has New York General Manager Ralph Houk glued to the telephone. Houk's latest acquisition, Ray Barker, who has yet to get his first major league base hit, will start at first base for the struggling Bombers tonight. Joe Pepitone goes to the outfield. Barker, a left-handed hitter who doubles at first base and the outfield, came to the Yanks in a straight player swap with Cleveland Monday. The Yanks sent utility mfielder Pedro Gonzalez to the Indians. The deal left the Yankees •still struggling along in the depths of the second division — •with 24 players, one under the school at Tuscaloosa, Ala., and the Cowboys want to try him at flanker back or split end. They've got his name on a contract for a tryout at the Cowboys' training camp at Thousand Oaks, Calif., July 15. The National Football League team became understandably concerned last Thursday when the Knicks of the National Basketball Association drafted Blevins in the second round. Why not play for both? Because football and basket- tf,,»! ba11 seasons overlap, moreso Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pct.G.B. Minnesota 14 7 .867 — Chicago 14 8 .638 Vi Los Angeles 15 9 .625 '/a Cleveland 11 8 .579 2 Baltimore 12 ll .52^ 3 Detroit 11 11 .500 3Vi Boston 9 12 .429 5 Washington 10 14 .417 5Vi New York 9 14 .391 6 Kansas City 5 16 .238 9 Monday's Results Boston 3. New York 2 Detroit 5, Baltimore 4 Minnesota 4, Chicago 3 Only games scheduled Today's Games Los Angeles at Minnesota, N Detroit at Washington, N Cleveland at Baltimore, N New York at Boston, N Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games Kansas City at Chicago, 2 twi- night Los Angeles at Minnesota. N Detroit at Washington, N Cleveland at Baltimore, N New York at Boston, N National League W. L. Pet. G.B. limit. Barker batted .278 in 156 games at Portland of the Pacific Coast League last season, with 23 home runs and 81 runs batted in. He was hitless in six times at bat this season. Gonzalez hit .277 in 80 games with the Yankees last year and was 2-for-5 this season. than baseball and football, or called to remind me of my contract with them." Blevins said. "I think my chances are better in basketball because I have not played football since high school. But I'm not going to make a definite decision yet. I have a real good contract with Dallas." A second-round NBA draft and a professional football contract for a fellow who hasn't played the gridiron since high school Indicate that Blevins has made some respectable moves And his career totals bear it out: 2,241 points in four collegiate seasons, with a 23.3-point average his senior year. The Knicks have contacted him about contract terms and they'll work out a proposal with him this week. Meanwhile, the Cowboys are keeping their eye on the goings on. And Blevins? He's just waiting for the bidding to stop. Detroit Goalie Receives Honor MONTREAL (AP) — Goalie Roger Crozier of Red Wings has the the Detroit Calder Memorial Trophy to add to his collection of honors for the season. The 22-year-old Canadian, named to the National Hockey League's Ail-Star team a week Irish Fall to Spartans 3-0 LANSING (AP) — Michigan State's Dick Holmes outdueled Notre Dame's Dan McGinn as the Spartans blanked the Irish 3-0 under, the lights Monday night. Steve Juday, MSU football quarterback, had a hand in all three Spartan runs. He walked in the second, went to third on an error and scored on a passed ball. He drove in the final two runs In the third with a double. Each pitcher gave up three hits with Irish shortsstop Tom Tencza slapping two of the ago, was a big winner in the voting for the alder prize which goes to the Rookie-of-the- i three off Holmes. Ye f r - . i The game, MSU's first at night Crozier received 155 points in j this year, was played before the voting, announced Monday. Behind him came Ron Ellis, Toronto right wing, 107; goalie Denis DeJordy, Chicago, 29 and defenseman Rod Selling, New York, 21. 1,503 fans at Lansing Municipal Park. State's East Lansing ball field is not equipped with lights. The victory was MSU's 22nd this season against seven losses. Notre Dame now is 14-12. * \^^r^tk' ^^ t-Vo-^v/^^' ,>%r^ f \*± mter sV* *\*S> % f N-^5 *** sl^Vx^v-^vv • f * < '\ "• *• ">l^s * fc*** ,.•••:§>? A ^"V ffi *$&$'?'' \* *«1 ^iVS^^jt^S**^ * v ' "£$3&S " -^ys^lf^ ,-^^mst$§ie^^; ** x* WIN AN OLDSMOBILE 4-4-2 Four 4-4-2 grand prizts I Plus 442 transistor radios I You don't have to play golf to win. Visit your Olds Dealer or participating golf professional... get your " Golf -O- Rama "entry form! Thi« prizt olftr »nd» midnight. Jun. 8. W5 «nd i. .^ckHtd lo I.ctn3«d <Mv««. 18 or old... This otUMi voia outside o th. USA tnd in »nd Fk»Mi. and ii tubjacj w'ali f.<kr«l. itiu or loc.l regulations. Residents of Ntw J f rs«v, Diliwtcf. tC.nMi *nd N.b-fsfct m«y •rltry fortn by Wr|tin 9 Box 4420. Oelroil 28 Michigan 4-4-i,.. Hot Hiw Nun** tro m ( Los Angeles Cincinnati Houston Phlla'phia Milwaukee Chicago San Fran. St. Louis New York Pittsburgh 17 14 15 12 10 11 11 10 9 8 7 9 11 11 10 12 13 13 15 16 .708 .609 .577 .522 .500 .478 .458 .435 .375 .333 2 "/a 3 41-, 5 5V-i 6 6>,f! 8 9 10 i rain Monday's Results Philadelphia 4, St. Louis 2. innings Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Los Angeles 3, Houston 2, 10 innings Only games scheduled Today's Games St. Louis at New York, Houston at Los Angeles, Cincinnati at Philadelphia. N Chicago at San Francisco. N Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, N Wednesday's Games St. Louis at New York Chicago at San Francisco Cincinnati at Philadelphia, N Milwaukee at Pittsburgh, N Houston at Los Angeles, N Casey Suffers Broken Wrist NEW YORK CAP) - Indomitable Casey Stengel will be flashing signals, leading cheers and signing an autograph or two from his usual stand In the New York Mets' dugout tonight despite a broken right wiist. The 74-year-old manager of the Mets is left-handed. He won't miss any managing," club President George Weis said Monday after Stengel cracked a small bone In his wrist in a fail at West Point, N.Y., where the Mets beat Army's baseball team 8-0 in an exhibition game. It was my own fault," said Casey. "I have 5,10, 15 different pairs of baseball shoes. I shouldn't have been wearing the ones with the spikes." Stengel fell when his spikes caught on the sidewalk in front of the academy gymnasium as the Mets boarded a bus for the trip to the baseball field. He said he usually wears flat- soled shoes before a game, changing to spikes when he goes on to the field. Monday however, he didn't notice the flat shoes packed in his bag. "1 wanted to go to the game until they told me maybe I bet ter have the doctors look at th« arm," the intrepid skipper said Army doctors X-rayed the injury and placed Casey's arm In a plaster cast. He'll wear it from six to eight weeks. College Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baseball Spring Arbor 12, Hillsdale 2 Michigan St. 3, Notre Dame 0 Detroit 11, Bowling Green 8 NAIA District Meets Track Central Michigan 102. Hillsdale 58. Ferris State 28, Northern Michigan 24, Spring Arbor 8. Tennis Central Michigan 25, Northern Michigan 9, Ferris State 9, Hillsdale 2, Detroit Tech 0 Golf Northern Michigan 380. Cen-j tral Michigan (J.V.) 396, Ferris j State 400. Detroit College ofi Business 421, Spring Arbor 446,1 Detroit Tech 448. | WMU Defeats Wisconsin '9' MADISON, Wis. (AP) —Southpaw Eric Hall of western Michigan blanked Wisconsin for seven innings in relief and slammed a home run and a double in an eight-run outburst In the sixth to lead his teammates past the Badgers 14-4 Monday. Western Michigan ran up a 5-1 lead before Wisconsin's Joe Romary, Gary Piano* and Marold Brandt hit baek-to-back solo home runs on just four pitch** by starter Harold Wldener to the bottom of the third. After reliefer Ben Deboldt walked two men. Hall took over with none out and shut out Wisconsin the rest o! the way. He led off in the sixth with a home run and added a two-run double later in Western Michigan's big inning. Snakes can bite under water. New League j Being Planned CHICAGO (AP) ~ Represent-: atlves of nine universities were} to meet in Chicago today to dis- i cuss formation of a new con-1 ference to compete in basket-! ball, baseball, tennis, golf and' track Athletic directors of Dayton, Detroit, Marquette, DePaiil. Xavler of Ohio, Loyola of New Orleans, Memphis State, Cantsi- us and Oklahoma City were to attend the meeting. attenciin'4 > indepenti-; 20-in. Rotary Power Mower 39 97 SUPER BUY AT The nine schools presently compete as ents, and most already play oth-! er teams in the group in basketball N N Range Bowling Francis Thursday Bessemer Beissel topped the Women's League in with a 515 series. THURSDAY WOMEN'S (Bessemer) Blue Ribbon 4 Brown's Cata 0, 2128-1921; Mae's Style Shoppe 4 General Insurance 0, 2195-2116; Rolling Five 3 Free Lancers 1, 1994-1937; Firehall Inn 0 Bennetts' Mileage 4, 1823-1968. High games, Frances Beissel 188, 182, Betty Matonich 175, June McDermott 172. High series. F. Beissel 515, J. McDermott 480, Kathryn Rundell and Mary Ellen LaChapelle 471. High team game. Blue Ribbon 759. Boxer Suffers Injury in Bout PHILADELPHIA (API - A Detroit boxer, Luclan (Sonny) Banks, was taken unconscious to Presbyterian Hospital today after he suffered a severe cerebral concussion in a fight. Banks was knocked out in the ninth round of a featured bout Monday night by Phlladelphian Leotis Martin. Physicians said they decided not to operate immediately. Dr. Alfred Ayello, physician for the State Athletic Commission, said the fighter suffered a "severe cerebral concussion." With just one second left in the ninth round, Martin landed a smashing right to Banks' left! temple. Banks toppled to the canvas and failed to rise after being counted out. The fighter regained consciousness, said Dr. Ayello, "but we sent him to the hospital where he will remain overnight and possibly another day for obser-i vation." Dr. Ayello said Banks' also hit his head on the floor of i the ring when he fell. 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