The Journal Herald from Dayton, Ohio on January 16, 1976 · 18
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The Journal Herald from Dayton, Ohio · 18

Dayton, Ohio
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Friday, January 16, 1976
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18 THE JOURNAL HERALD Fridoy, Jon. 16. 1976 Drose aotee Prep Cage Schedule Bass fishing guide Frank Drose refuses to accept the ratings of the Bass Anglers Sportsmen Society (BASS) that list Santee-Cooper as the third best bass area in the United States, behind first-ranked Toledo Bend on the Louisiana-Texas line and second-ranked Kerr Reservoir on the North Carolina-Virginia border. "Santee-Cooper Is number one. You can get fish there anytime," insists Drose, a Santee bass guide and BASS tournament fisherman. Drose is In Dayton this week for the Boat and Travel Show which runs through Sunday at the Convention Center. Drose is so crazy about fishing that he Is spending his time at the show sitting in a bass boat while casting Into a shallow 10- by 60-foot tank. THERE ARE NO fish in the tank, but Drose Is still having fun. He works his favorite lures through the water, mainly splnnerbaits and artificial worms. Dayton fishermen who attend the show have an opportunity to see how an expert bass angler rigs and fishes these leading bass baits. "I suppose that about 85 percent of the time I fish the worm. It's the best bait for me," says Drose in his southern drawl. Drose's liking for the plastic worm and his loyalty to Santee-Cooper are understandable when you look at the mounted fish he has hauled to Dayton. His prize possession is an 11-pound, three-ounce largemouth bass, caught and mounted last year. "It's my biggest bass," Drose said proudly. "I used to be strictly a striped bass fishing guide. But BASS has made bass fishing so popular most of my customers would rather fish for bass than stripers," said the angler who gets $55 a day for. his guiding service. "BESIDES THE best bass fishing, we've got other fish, too." Drose said. "We've got the record for landlocked striped bass, 55 pounds, the black crappie record, five pounds, and we're one ounce Under new president ym, p I All 4 Inrdnnrs -By Jim RobeypjSj-J from having the white crappie record, five pounds, two ounces. We've also got the channel catfish record, 58 pounds. No other lake can claim more than one record fish," Drose said. Drose said the drive from Dayton to Santee is not so bad as one might think. He said it's all Interstate except for the last 10 miles. He said his trip to Dayton took 12 hours from Bell's Resort where he fishes. The Santee-Cooper area lies east of Orangeburg, S.C., about 600 miles southeast of Dayton via 1-75, 1-40 and 1-26. "We get a lot of fishermen from Ohio," he says. "And we've got fishing 12 months a year. I'm already booked for April. People like April because that's the month we get a lot of real big bass." According to Drose, fishing is more consistent in May because the weather is better. His own favorite time to fish is in October after the kids who ski go back to school. ( Actually, there Is just one month out of the year when Drose can stand to be away from his favorite fishing lake January. That explains how some of the Santee-Cooper business people were able to talk Drose into visiting Dayton. Of course, they also promised Drose he would have a place to fish. FRIDAY Greater Dayton CITY LEAGUE Belmont it Roth Colonel White it Stiveri-Pltrson Fairview at Dunbar Meadowdale at Wilbur Wright MIAMI CENTRAL CONFERENCE Fatrborn Baker at Trofwood-Madison Tecumieh at Fairborn Park Hi Miamisburo at West Carrotlton Northmont at Sidney Vandaila-Butier at Piaua WESTERN OHIO LEAGUE Beavercreek at Sprinolieid Norm Xenia al Centerviile Fairmont East vi. Fairmont West, UO Arena Springfield South at Wayne Stebbins at Trov SOUTHWESTERN BUCKEYE LEAGUE Tipp City at Beiibrook Brookviile at Milton-Union Valley Vie at Carlisle Oakwood al Dixie Norlhridge at Greenyille NON-LEAGUE Carroll at Hamilton Badm Tennis IJcU. j Ambitious goals for DTC ( : Don Shuler is the newly elected president of the Dayton Tennis Commission, and Gene Johnston is the newly named head pro at the Kettering Tennis Center. In my opinion, the DTC and KTC selectors have made excellent choices. Shuler, the president of Viacom Cablevision Inc., looks much younger than his 53 years. Probably because the former Wapakoneta athlete they called him "Deke" back then has stayed in excellent shape playing handball. ABOUT FIVE years ago Shuler started playing tennis, too. He bit the "bug" to such an extent that last year he became an official and a member of the Tennis Commission. Last week he was elected president, with Paul Gates as vice-president. Shuler already has eight goals for the DTC in 1976: Upgrade the public tennis facilities in Dayton. Continue the Intercity Tennis Clinic which surfaced last year on the resurfaced Princeton Park courts. Expand that same program to the Walnut Hills courts. Get the Dayton Hall of Fame launched and housed. ' Continue the Dayton Grand Prix competition, for both men and women. Support the Dayton Pro Tennis Classic. Continue the program of training linesmen and officials Develop a closer liasion Don Shuler between Dayton's tennis interest groups. THIS LAST point may be the most important if the DTC Is to become a decision-making organization with some say. "We're an adjunct to the City Recreation Dept. and, while we have no power as such, that's a meaningful role," Shuler said. "But we've got to get everybody on the same track and become more of a clearing house. The Commission should have an even more meaningful role now that the game has expanded with more clubs and more players." The DTC has grown in its two years under past president Davis Conrad. It should spring up even more under Shuler. JOHNSTON will take over the men's, women's and club-sponsored group activities at KTC as Wendy Zimpfer will move to a newly created position of junior development coordinator. "She has developed quite a few good players who are now 13-14 years old or older," said Tom Clark, the KTC manager. "This way she can also start with a younger group. We hope to Intensify ous junior pro gram and train better Juniors for competition." Johnston, 26, has been an associate pro at Kettering since December, 1973. Johnston graduated from Northern Iowa University where he was No. 1 on the tennis team, winning the North Central Conference singles title twice. Both Johnston and Zimpfer are certified United States Professional Tennis Assn. (USPTA) professionals. RANKINGS DEPT.: An international panel has selected the following world rankings, which will appear In the February issue of Tennis magazine: Men 1. Arthur Ashe; 2. Jimmy Connors; 3. Bjorn Borg; 4. Manuel Orantes; 5. Guillermo Vilas; 6. Ilie Nastase; 7. Raul Ramirez; 8. Rod Laver; 9. Ken Rosewall; 10. Roscoe Tanner. Women 1. Chris Evert; 2. Billle Jean King; 3. Evonne Goolagong; 4. Martina Navratllova; 5. Virginia Wade; 6. Margaret Court; 7. Olga Morozova; 8. Kerry Melville Reld; 9. Betty Stove; 10. Kazuko Sawamatsu. World Champion Cincinnati Reds' souvenir glasses.! Call today... 1421-4510 for Mail Order Form Get ihe jump on everybody cKe. Order tickets NOW to see the Reds at Riverfront. Orders of S100 or mora rnr.eivd nnd paid in lull by Jan. 3t, 1976 earn a FREE p Of 8 World Crt irDs gouvnir autoaraph bPveraae qUws-n C.iH for hiindy. poM.ia pud form ith schedule prices, special datrs Or write Cincinnati fteds. 100 River'ront Stadium. Cincinnati Ohio 4')?0? r . -i fit: JEL v acket Report ByDaveWohHarth M , A Dayton's Bob Helmers (men's singles), Bill O'Neill (senior men's singles), Kathy Broad (girls 12 singles) and Springfield's Cindy Kincaid (girls 18 singles) have been accorded No. 1 rankings by the Ohio Valley Tennis Assn. (OVTA). DOUBLE FAULTS Last weekend's World Championship Tennis (WCT) tourney in Columbus drew announced crowds of 3,624, 2,380, 4,191 and 6,107 in St. John Arena for a four-session total of 16,-302. . . Best line of the event occurred in the consolation singles final when a point by Frew McMillan against Bob Hewitt had to be replayed because no one saw if the serve was in or out. Frew, the white-capped South African, approached the referee and very seriously said, "You know, the problem is, I've only got so many shots In my repertoire." The crowd roared . . . Did you notice where Harold Solomon beat Raul Ramirez in the WCT tourney in Monterrey, Mexico, last week? Kind of makes one wonder about the decision to bypass Solomon on the clay in the U.S. Davis Cup loss to Mexico ... Shaw Emmons and Dave Peck defended their Dayton Platform Tennis Championships title with a 6-3, 6-2 verdict over Mike Wilton and John Wanamaker last weekend at the Quail Run Racquet Club . . . Doug Kerns (men's singles), Sharon Kennedy (women's singles) and Clarence Broaddus (senior men's singles) were three-set winners in the Miami Valley Racquet Club finals . . . Bob Zimpfer and Craig Cordell beat Tom and Bob Kronauge In the KTC'a Junior-singles doubles finals , . . Leslie Carson and Ann Wilson won the recent Tri-County Racquet Club's women's doubles crown in Cincinnati. Denison basketball standout to be sidelined four weeks GRANVILLE, Ohio (AP) Todd Harris, a 6-foot-5 Denison University junior forward averaging 23 points and 12 rebounds a game, will be idled for the next four weeks with a broken ankle, Big Red Basketball Coach Dick Scott announced yesterday. Harris, an All-Ohio Conference selection last winter, suffered the injury during a game at Marietta Wednesday night. Scott would not disclose who would replace Harris against visiting Capital tomorrow night. However, it likely will be Ted Labay, a 6-4 sophomore from Sagamore, Pa. WCT AT INDIANAPOLIS Fint Round Cliff OrvsMIe ef. Tom German -3, -2, Ray Rurfelj del. Svd Bell -3, 6-1. Fint Round Arthur Ashe del Charles Pasarell 2-, 7-e, 4-1; R Ruffels del. Tom Oiuer 4-2, 4-3; Two more in DPTC The stature of the 1976 Dayton Pro Tennis Classic was enhanced yesterday with the receipt of entries from two widely known world class players. . . Jaime Fillol of Chile and Ray Moore, a South African living in London, became the 10th and 11th entries in the tournament which will be held at the Dayton Convention Center Feb. 4-8- Fillol will be making his second appearance here, having played in the 1974 DPTC. He is rated No. 1 in Chile and No. 16 in the world. The former University of Miami (Florida) student's best 1975 showi-ung came in the United States Professional Indoor Tournament at Philadelphia where he was a semifinalist after knocking off Arthur Ashe, the Wimbledon champion. Moore, 29, shares the No. 1 ranking in South Africa with Bob Hewitt. A member of that country's Davis Cup championship team in 1974, Moore also made his DPTC debut last year. His best performance of 1975 was in France where he reached the semifinals of the Paris Indoor Tournament, having knocked off Guillermo Vilas of Argentina and Roscoe Tanner of the U.S. WHA Scoring Totl. Cue. Ni.sscfl. Win. Hun. Win. BordWeeu. Out. HMrg. Win Mrnr. Que Flore. Pn. C A 34 X 23 V 3 27 41 31 71 H 40 II 41 Dayion Christian al Indianapolis Herit-aoe Christian Miami Vailav al Cincinnati Summit Country Day Valley MIO-MIAMI LEAGUE Lemon-AAonroe at EdMwood Lebanon al Franklin Madison-Butler al Lakola Middletown Fenwick al 0ford Tale-wanda MIDWEST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Coldwoter al Ansonia Marion Local at Bradford -Minster al Parkway New Bremen at SI Henry DARKE COUNTY LEAGUE Newton at Arcanum Tri-Village at Mississinawa VeiKv AUGLAIZE -MERCER COUNTY LEAGUE New Knoxvitle at Ft. Recovery THREE RIVERS CONFERENCE Indian Lake al Bethel Covington at Miami East Graham at'Northwestern ' WAYNE TRACE LEAGUE Eaion at Hamilton Ross Twin Valltv North at National Trail New Miami al Twin Valley South WESTERN BUCKEYE LEAGUE Celine at SI. Marys Defiance al Wapakoneta Delohot St. John's al Elida Kenton at Ollawa-Giandorf . 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