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•Eight Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Friday Evening, June 15, 1988. •THE LOGANSPORT COUNTRY CLUB -GOLF CLASSIC-GoIfcrs have one round on each of three days, Friday, Saturday and Sun- two participants wind up their practice round on the 18th green. with his putting. Gibson had a 72 Thursday. The tournament from all parts of the country wereat to, Logansport Country Club day. Pictured at the left arc two of the many out-of-towners who In photo at right Perry Gibson of Logansport (R) and Glen is under the direction of D.ck Buck of Logans t ,,»rt. (Staff photo, SSsday ta aHempt to qSwy for the Lofansport Golf Classic are here for the event. In second photo golfers gather nearthe Peep es of Clearwater Fla. talk over Utor practice sessions by George Hagene.> which git underway Friday in three flights. Thetournament will pro shop waiting their turn to take to the links. In third photo Peeples carded a 66 Wednesday but said he still wasn't satisfied The Machine' In Good Working Order THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE The waters are full of advice- givers who continually tell fathers to take their sons fishing. "Teach •them to love the outdoors," they say. "Introduce the boys to nature, show them the joys lo be had in the perfect contemplative sport. It is part of the duty of fatherhood to take your sons on fishing trips." I And on and on and on, until the point, and the listener's ear are well belabored. But never a iword about taking daughters fish ing, which could possibly be far ofiore significant than taking along ;tlie sons. 1 "Don't be rediculous," they say. '"Fishing is for men, not women, •and has always been throughout ihistory. Don't waste your time Reaching a daughter to fish as •she won't get the chance to use Hie skill anyway." And they usually conclude that "women aren't strong enough to do the hard ;work that sometimes enters the fishing picture". There is a Haw in this jewel of reasoning, however. Women '1)0 use the skill ol fishing, as witness the nearly seven million of them that fish and fish well, freed from any hint of drudgery by modern technology. They use spin-cast reels ,anc crank in fish as easily as any man. They launch light boats thai weigh 100 pounds or less, attach lightweight fishing motors, fish with limber rods and light lines •and see absolutely no reason why they should not enjoy the spnr as much as any man does. There is another rather import ant facet to the diamond. Little girls grow into big girls, fortuu lately, and sooner or later begii to angle for husbands. And win among us can deny that a fishir wife isn't a good catch for an man to net, with a future all line up for the two of them. Here's a simple method for an ticipating your fuel needs whil cruising in the family yacht: Th maximum rated horsepower o your engine, diveded by eigh equals the fuel (in gallons) con sumed per hour. Example: 1 horsepower, divided by eigh equals two and one-fourth gallon per hour consumption. John Belts, of rural route 2 Monticello, thought he was doin pretty well. He had anchored hi troutline in Lake Freeman nea the city park early this summe and pulled in some nice catche a few around four pounds. Then Did you hear about the fisher- lan who lost his wallet in the ver? Seems a carp came along, icked it up and swam on, A econd carp came along, plucked from the first one's mouth, and warn away. It was the first re- orded case of carp-to-carp wal- eting. WEEKLY FISHING REPORT— ishing is improving a little as le streams go down. Catfish are King in the Wabash and Eel, ut pan fishing is just fair and ass fishing is in a slump. Shafer nd Freeman lakes iare muddy, ut could improve by this weck-j end. The seining season opened 'ucsday. IB day last week, luck struck g. Statistics: Bank catfish, 54 ounds, 48 inches long, 30 inches girth. Congratulations! Pros Agree Littler Will Be Hard to Catch Baseball Standings National League W. L. Pet. GB 44 21 .677 ... jos Angeles 3an Francisco 'iltsburgh St. Louis Cincinnati Milwaukee louston Wladelphia ihicago New York 42 23 .646 2 35 25 .583 6 33 25 .569 7% 33 25 .569 7% 29 32 .475 13 26 34 .433 15'/& 24 35 .407 17 20 42 .323 22'/a 16 40 .286 23V4 By LEO H. PETERSEN UPI Sports Editor OAKMONT, Pa. (UPI) - They set out in pursuit of little Gene Littler in the second round of the U.S. Open golf championship today and everybody agreed that the mechanical man would take a lot of catching. The silent, sandy-haired Call- fornian, known to his fellow pros as "Gene the Machine," had only played 27 "sloppy" practice holes over awesome Oakmont Country Cl'ub. But he went out there and shot a two under par 35-34—69 which put him on the head end by one shot. At his heels — one blow back- came Bobby Nichols, a 26-year- old Kentuckian playing out of Midland, Tex., and bespectacled Bob Rosburg, the PGA champion from Portland, Ore. And two strokes away was a rging sixsome. headed by Arid Palmer, the 5-1 pre-lourna- ent favorite. Palmer's finger, shed Sunday night, wasn't thering him "at all" but his utting was as he carded a 36—71. Palmer was laboring un- he put on one of his patented retch runs, running off a string five straight threes — includ- g three birdies on the final five _ lo get back into a chal nging position. Player Fires 71 All square with golf's leading oney winner were South Afri- an Gary Player, who moaned e putting blues, too, as he tried become the first -foreign win- er in 42 years; veteran Billy [axwell; Bob Schoener of Beth ihem, Pa,; Frank Boynton o New York Minnesota Cleveland Los Angeles Detroit Baltimore Chicago Kansas City Boston Washington American League W. L. Pet GB 32 22 .593 .. 36 25 .590 ., 32 24 .571 I 1 31 26 .544 3 28 27 .509 5 29 31 .483 6 1 / .475 7 29 32 28 33 .459 8 24 33 .421 10 21 37 .'362 13'/ Sholty Has Winner In International YONKERS, N.Y. (Spl.)-Gcorg Sholty of Logansport drove Roya Rick to victory last night in ill .$50,000 International Pace at Yon kers Raceway. Royal Rick turned back n fiel ol seven horses and finished tw and a half lengths in front ol Ir vin Paul. Royal Rick paid 511.40 ?5.70 andJ3.SO. Fight Results By United Press International CREMONA, Italy (UPI) —Lu gi Lucini, 122, Italy, stopped Ken Denoncourt, 117, France, (6). FOR A WONDERFUL TRIP GET A PHOENIX PICKUP CAMPER COACH • BANK FINANCING, UP TO 24 MONTHS • COMPLETE UNIT, $1395 CARVAL PARKER Phone 56057 Drive out 2 miles east on High St. Road, then 2'/z milss north on Broadripple Itoad RACES •PA'BUlLOUS fllGURE 8 and [MODIFIED SPOnmSMAlN NEW! Teen Price . . .75c KOKOMO SPEEDWAY Corpus Christi, Tex., and J.C. Goosie of Largo, Fla., who three- putted twice in bogeying the last three holes. Pudgy Jack Nicklaus, the two- time amateur king from Ohio State, had -it running strong for him as he started off -with three birdies while playing with Palmer. But then he took the gas pipe and wound up with a 37-35— 72 which deadlocked him at even par with Canada's Stan Leonard and a pair of amateurs — Gene Francis, former Purdue player rom New York and John Guen:her of Reading, Pa. There were more than a dozen of them still dangerous at 73, including such as Bo Wininger, AI Balding, Don Whitt,' Paul Harney and Wes Ellis. And at the crowded 74 figure the pack had such as .former champion Gary Middlecoff, 'Doug Sanders of the short backswing and the long .hreat, and cocky Phil Rodgers, the San Diego redhead who could have been right there except for an eight on the 17th hole—where he took four' blows to knock the ball out of a fir tree—to destroy a one under par effort. It Was a heart-breaking first day, one of sudden showers and a record opening day gallery ol 17,837 spectators for Slammin' Sammy Snead. Still optimistic al 50, the sweet swinger who four times has finished second in the only on e which has eluded him took 76 whacks* at the ball before he disgustedly called it a day aft er scatter-gunning his approach shots. Littler was jubilant after his round, speaking out with an un -ittle League Has Tie Tilt The RBM Shamrocks and Logan etal Culvert Giants scrambled an 8-8 draw and the Pepsi-Cola hite Sox thumped the Wolf Cubs •6 in a pair of Little League .seball games at Crain Field hursday night. The tied game 11 be played off Saturday. In the first tilt both teams had ght hits with Danny Blom get- ig a homer, Mike Harvey and ud Gaby a double apiece. For e Shamrocks Rich Smith and on Reynolds each hit a double, In the second game Mike mmons pitched a 2-hitter for e White Sox tind his mates acked out 11 hits, including ree singles by Mike Timmons, a iple by Steve Brindle and a juble by Don Tribbett. Summary: R H E Shamrocks 884 Giants 882 Logan, Brower and R. Gaby; epoy and Blom. R H E White Sox: 12 11 2 Cubs 623 D. Timmons, Brindle and Trib. ett; J. .Hamm, Rothgeb and leitz. Buy Bi 9 D the modern way IN NEW COMPACT GLASS CANS It's the modem, space-saving, money-saving v?ay to buy and enjoy Drewrys-the beer that's never too heavy-never too light-that lets you enjoy glass after glass after glass with no full feeling after. Get Big D today... in the new glass cans that protect the wonderful Drewrys flavor. Di.wryitld. U.S.A. Int South Imt, Ind. Distributor 601 Erie Ave. ccustomed ease and calling the .art of his title defense "a real wt in the arm." "My pulling was beautiful',' /itller grinned. "And I missec nly three fairways on the whole ound. If I could only keep tha' p, I'd surely be happy." ' Belinsky Has Insult Added To $250 Injury By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports' Writer Some days it just doesn't pay o get out of bed and that, in nutshell, was the kind of day turned out to be for poor Bo Belinsky, Billy Pierce and Stan Williams. All three went through separate ordeals Thursday and their collective misfortune would even bring tears to a hobby horse. Belinsky, Ihe good-time-Charlie of the Los Angeles Angels, had insult added to injury when he was knocked out in the sixth inning toy the Minnesota Twins after being fined $250 for some after-hours hi-jinks. Before departing, Bo walked eight and trailed 3-2. The Angels tied the score in the seventh, taking him .off the hook, but Lenny Green's ninth inning single off loser Art Fowler gave the Twins a 5-4 victory and boosted them within three percentage points of the idle first-place New York Yankees. Reds Blank Giants Pierce suffered his second defeat as the Cincinnati Reds Wanked the San Francisco Gi ants, 8-0, on Joey Jay's three-hit ter, but that wasn't the wors! part of it. Trying to cover first base in thei ; irst inning, Pierce, who has been .he Giants' most consistent pitcher with eight victories, suffered spike injury by Don Blasingame that required 12 stitches and will keep him out of action r or at least 10 days. Don Larsen relieved Pierce and yielded a single lo Frank Robinson that produced the Reds' first run, after which Robinson connected for a three-run homer n the third. The defeat kept the second- place Giants two games behind the league-leading Dodgers, which brings up the sad plight of Williams. The big right-hander started fdr the Dodgers, could get only one batter out and was charged with five runs in the first inning as the Milwaukee Braves coasted to a 7-1 victory. Hank Aaron's 12th homer with one on was the crusher for Williams. Bob Shaw then went on to hold the Dodgers to six hits for his eighth victory in 10 decisions. Colts Best Mets The Houston Colts beat the New York 'Mets, 10-2, and the Pitls burgh Pirates downed t ii e Chi cago Cubs, 6-3, in the only otliei National League games. Washington clipped Cleveland, 1-3, Kansas City outseored Chicago, 11-8, and Baltimore dofeat- ed Boston, 7-4, in the American -/eague. BR Wins to Sox, Indians Two fine pitching performances netted victories iii Babe Ruth league baseball action at Riverside park diamond Thursday night as the Pepsi-Cola Bed Sox Ijested the Eagle Braves 5-1 and the Alpha Indians blanked the FOP Giants 10-0. Mike Cox hurled the win for the Red Sox giving up only three hils and fanning seven. He was helped by Dave Rose who had three hils and Jim Jcuson with two. Lee Gaumer got a double for the losers. Rick Rohrlaugh fogged the ball past the Giants in the second game, allowing only one hit, a single by Ruth Schubach, and fanned ten batters as the Indians won easily. The Redskins sewed up the game with a 7-run outburst in the fourth inning when Steve Maple clou';ed a bases-loaded triple to left-center. Cferof tf Fleeis&te Padtep The truck that's as good as When yew promise something wffl be there, a Chevrolet truck wui help you keep your word almost to the point of monotony. It will do its job oyer and over and over again, with seldom any trouble, at very low cost. 'What more can you ask from a truck? Because of their reliability, people have put more Chevrolet trucks to work every year since 1937. That's a strong vote of confidence. If good service is vital to your business, make your I rolet and make your word more dependable than ever. Call your neighborhood Chevrolet dealer soon. Corvair 95 Corvan. This is the strong van—the only one with double-watt construction. Has .air-cooled engim, in the rear, coil springs at <M ± wheels. It's Golden Sales Jubilee time at your Chevrolet dealer's W S E CHEVROLET-BUICK, INC Logansport, Indiana Second and Broadway Phone 4135

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