Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 22, 1962 · Page 11
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 11

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, June 22, 1962
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Friday Bwiing, June H, 1902. THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE The council of Fulton County Conservation clubs has come up with iome interesting recommendation* for changes in our Hoosier fishing and game laws. Their proposals, approved at a meeting of the group this week, will be forwarded to a district conclave and may finally end up before the state legislature. hired by conservation commission instead of being appointed by the governor. Following are the recommendations of the group: (1) That all conservation department personnel be .taken out of politics. (2) A conservation officers' pension bill be introduced. (3) A law requiring contractors to re-seed ditch 'banks after construction work is finished with a penalty if they fail to do so. (4) A 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. operating law for all molorboats. After 5 p.m. all boats to operate at five miles per hour. (5) A regulation number of passengers- in a boat according to size. (fi) Requirements of fishermen to put fish in a container or stringer or return them to the water. (7) All boats to have life preservers. (8) Law requiring fishermen to have permission from landowners to fish on private property to coincide with present law on hunting on private property. (9) Conservation director to be A couple of proposals were voted down, but are interesting nevertheless. They asked that a gun case law be passed, which would require all guns to be carried in a case while in a car or to be locked in the car trunk; and a bill to make it illegal to spray roadsides. BOAT TIPS WALNUT, Calif. OUPI) - The National AAU, a truce declared with NCAA coaches for at least a couple of days, opens its 74th annual track and field meet today with every' major U.S. star competing. The prizes far the athletes included the medals won here, a chance to' compete in the Polish meet (at Chicago June 30-July 1), and the Hussian meet (at Stan- lord July 21-22), as well as several trips abroad. Competition was to get underway with several trials at 10 this \A r/ex WHSN rue. tuweHF \ OK WWD ARB ttOTtft \ v£>ifR FAVOR* HERE'S YOUR EXCUSE-The exercise of fishing can help curb "creeping over-weight", an Amer- LUCERNE TOPS SOUTH CASTON LUCERNE—The Lucerne Lions defeated the South Caston Comets in a summer league baseball game here Thursday 11 to 5 as Max Jones turned in a 4-hit pitching chore for the locals. John Thomas smacked a home run and two .singles to drive in three runs for Lucerne while Mike Robinson hit a double and home run to plate four other tallies. That proved sufficient as Ulerick and Williamson each hit a double for the Comets but didn't get enough help. Summary: R H E Lucerne 11 8 2 South Caston 542 Jones and Burton; Harmon, House and Ulerick. NICE CATCH—The smiles tell the story. .Mark Krantz (left), U, of 834 WheaOand Ave., landed this eight and three-quarter pound flathcad catfish at the mouth of the Eel this week using crawfish tails. Jimmy Gill (right), 12, of 421 West Market St., helped land the cat. (Staff Photo.) lean Medical Association health and fitness expert said recently. It also strengthens the heart muscle and that organ's pumping capacity, declared Dr. Fred V. Hein. "Evidence is increasing to suggest that rational exercise may be a factor in preventing certain forms of heart disease". Fishing on a lake or stream offers peace and freedom from stress. Observed Hein, "You cast off the worries of your workaday world and with them your symptoms of tension. More important, you gain refreshment and new zest for the next day's work." Our congratulations to the out- doorsmen of Boy Scout Troop 54, Monticelio, who recently completed a 100-mile canoe trip on the Tippecanoe River. The one-week journey began at Lake Tippeca^ noe in the northeast corner of the slate and ended at Buffalo. Another White county outfit, Jim Park's Explorer post in Wolcott, will be leaving soon for a 10-day canoe trip in Canada. WEEKLY FISHING REPORT- Tlie water is low and still a little murky in the rivers. A number of fishermen are pulling nice catfish out of the Eel and Wabash rivers, but angling on other species is dying down. The water is .clear and the fishing just fair at Cedar, Hudson, Maxinkuckee and Manitou lakes. Catfish, crappic, bluegills and bass are being taken on plugs, crawfish, poppers and crawlers. The water is clear at Freeman and Shafer lakes with catches of crappies reported caught using soft craws and crawlers. Ford Takes Lead BALTIMORE (UPl)-Who. says practice makes perfect? Certainly not Doug Ford. Arriving late tor the Eastern Open golf tournament, Ford had to hustle to the first tee without having played a single practice hole on the course, but he still fired a three-under-par fifl Thursday for a one stroke lead in the opening round. There was one catch, though. Ford has been here before. Many times, in fact. This marks the 13th time he has made the trip down from his New York home in search of the Eastern title, "I've really never come dose i io winning here, but maybe, it \ •will be different this week," he said. Never in all Ford's, previous Eastern Open bids has he led at any stage of the tourney. Ford, winner of many other titles, including the Masters and PGA championships, carried his one-stroke lead over six different rivals going into today's second round of the $35,000 tournament., The six at his heels were Terry Dill, Charley Sifford, Charlie Bassler, Moon Mullins, Julius Boros, and Bobby Nichols. Doug Sanders, the defending champion, and Phil Rodgers, another co-favorite, were off the pace with opening rounds scores of 74 Thursday. The last time the Eastern Open was p.'ayed at the municipal Mount Pleasant course four years ago, there was a three-way dead- lock at 276. Sam Snead set the tournament record 10 years ago with a 275 score over this same course. Logansport, Indiana, Pharss-Tribune Eleven Records In Danger At AAU LONGCLIFF TRIUMPHS The Logansport State Hospital Softball team downed the Indiana Bar of Peru 7-3 in a hard fought game at the Longcliff field Thursday night. Kenny lies walloped a homer with two mates on base in the third inning which gave the State Hospital club a .lead they never lost to the finish. •R H E Slate. Hospital 730 Indiana Bar, Peru 341 Thomas, Murphy and Andry; Lovette and Carriger, Clements. morning on the Mt. San Aantonio College crushed lava rock track, described toy many as one- of the fastest in ttie world. The ..site is about 35 miles southeast of Los Angeles. "We have the all-time best field for this 'meet," says Hilmer Lodge, Mt. San Antonio coach and ,ttie meet director. "I expect there may be at least eight, possibly a dozen, world records broken." Among Uie marks he mentioned in jeopardy, is the 100-yard dash, where Bob Hayes, Florida A & M, Frank Budd, Villanova, and Harry Jerome, Canadian 'from Oregon, will be tangling. Budd is holder, of the. official world mark" at 9.2 seconds but Hayes has been timed in that this year and Jerome will run within inches of the others, if he doesn't beat them. The other big glamour event is the mile, where officials will get along without the presence of Dyrol Burleson, *he American record holder, who wiH 'Compete at three miles. But the mile will attract such sub four-minu'te or better men as Jim Beaty, Jim Grelle and Terry Weisiger — the latter a Marine. GIANTS SIGN COACH NEW YORK (UPI) — The New York Giants, have signed Ken Strong, one of their former stars, as kicking coach to 'help the Eastern Division champions find a replacement for the retired Pat Summera'll. Strong, 57, was a top halfback during the 1930's and came back as a -placekicker from 194447. Buss Fazio At Logan Bowlmor A name known to every bowler, and one of the most popular stars. )f all-time will be in Logansport his Saturday. Buzz Fazio, holder of many, many bowling championships, will nake two appearances as a mem. ifir 'of ' the Brunswick Advisory itaff of Champions at Logan Bowlmor at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. In the night session he will roll an exhibition match against Harry Smith, popular local bowler, who entered the spotlight this past sea- WINNIPEG SIGNS FARRELL WINNIPEG, Man. (UPD—The Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League have signed end Farrell Funston, a native of Los Angeles, for his fourth season with the Grey Cup oham. pions. Congratulations Tony Sundy and Guido Scagnoli on the Grand Opening of the newly remodeled Logan Bowlmor MYERS LANES BEST WISHES to LOGAN BOWLMOR on your grand opening Logansport can well be proud of your new Cold Crown line equipment. Walter L.CIosson Agency General Line of Insurance 418 - 4th St. Phone 3200 Our Congratulations to LOGAN BOWLMOR Your modernization with Brunswick's New Gold Crown line equipment is truly something to be proud of. R s APID 111 E RC.H Arrrs LOGAnSPORT. IhDIAnA TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Broadway at Pearl Eastgale Plaza Branch son by scoring a perfect 300 game on his last night of league play. Fazio also will give free instructions to local bowlers at both afternoon and night programs. His appearance marks the exhibiting of the newly remodeled Logan Bowlmor Lanes where owners Tony Sundy and Guido Scagnoli have installed the latest Gold Crown Line equipment, including new ball returns, seating, scoring benches and masking for automatic' 'pinsetters. The Bowlmor now has 12 fully equipped automatic Brunswick lanes for uie of bowlers. Fazio's appearance is expected to attract a huge number of kegling enthusiasts. Although small in size—only 5-6, 145 pounds—Fazio,has been a giant on the lanes. He's one of the few bowlers in history recognized as both a top team : player and individual star. ' Some of his .biggest victories were achieved in the 1955 ABC Masters, the Detroit Times Classic three times, the 1956 Michigan State All Events and the Maxie Kosof Endurance Classic three times. In the grueling 40-game endurance test, Buzz holds two records—highest game, 290, and most total pins, 8535 (an average of better than 213). As a team captain, the 28-year veteran led 'he historic Strohs of Detroit to Ihree straight BPAA. Natiomi! Tes;n Match Game cham- pionshij; s aril one ABC Team All Events iitle. Also us ciiplain, Fazio directed Falslafijlo the 1958 ABC Team and T«:im All Events championship. His olher achievements include: A rei:i>rd-t;'ing 300 game in the 1950 Al' Star Tournament Five-lime billing as All-American. Reign as ' King of Bowling" in Detroit for .".955. First 800 series on live TV. Tweniy-eifiit 300 games. As ii. metr.'jer of the Brunswick Advisor r Slaff of Champions, Fazio i i : one; of the more than 125 big league , stars who promote bowlini;;; willi exhibition and in- structic i ap xjarances throughout the couitry. GRAND OPEN OF THE NEWLY REMODELED LOGAN BOWLMOR SATURDAY. JUNE 23rcl We Have Been Completely Modernized with Brunswicks Fabulous new GOLD CROWN LINE FREE! COCAi OLA During Our Grand Opening -ALSO— Register For A FR E Bowling Bull and Bag To Be Giv in Away No Obligation—'fothing To Buy r • Brunswick Single Masking Units • Brunswick Surface Ball R stuirns • Brunswick Settees • Brunswick Scoring Tables and Choi's AS AN ADDED FEATURE Buzz Fazio ft o 8 Brunswick Advisory Star will appear SATURDAY, JUNE 23RD FREE BOWLING INSTRUCTIONS by Buzz at 2:00 p.m. Saturday... THREE GAME EXHIBITION MATCH between Fazio and Harry Smith of Logansport 8-:OOP.M. SPECIAL TIPS ON BOWLING EQUIPMENT See Our New PRO SHOP • NEW BALL DRILLING • BALL PLUGGING AND REDRILLING • BALL REPAIRS We have a large selection of Balls, Bags and Shoes in Stock • 12 fully automatic Brunswick Lanes • Air Conditioned BUZZ FAZIO—nationally known champion bowler and member of Brunswick's Advisory Staff of Star Bowlers. •^C Five time member of Sovilers Journal All American Team •A- ABC Masters Champion in 1 955 •jfc Twice winner of National Doubles with Tony Lindemann. EVERYBODY'S INVITED! SEE THE CHAMP... FRI-E BOWLING INSTRUCTIONS FROM A CHAMPION BRUNSWICK STAR BOWLIER "Bowling at its Best Downtown logansport Tony Sundy Guido Scagnoli

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