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J .3 Saturday Morning, July 1, 1961 Cincinnati Hurler Scores 10th Victory FROM A TO Z Stuart Still In Public Eye By ROY ANDERSON Pittsburgh's Dick Stuart isn't expected to be remem bered as the greatest major leaguer to come out the Pio neer League but odds are publicized. For stories are legion about the ex-Mustang outfielder. Latest is in the July issue of True maga-C"' zine. : ! Goes something like this: Danny Murtaugh, manager of the world r?? champion Pittsburgh Pirates, was telling , a story about his unpredictable first base- man. "There was the day he chased a runner down the baseline on a pickoff play instead of making a throw to second and the runner was safe," he said "I called Dick into my office the next day and told him we had some talking to do. " 'OK Skip'," he said. "Mr. Murtaugh," I reminded him. "I'm not skip or Danny to you. You're nothing. Now, who am I? " 'I guess you're the manager of nothing,' he replied." Although Stuart is strictly re-1 Which led one Mustang fan, membered for his power and his after seeing Magic Valley shell clowning, he is doing well with Crayton, to say . . . "Maybe we'd the averages these days. j better send those boys a copy of In the Sporting News aver-; Sports Illustrated ... I don't ages, he had driven in 34 runs in think they realize what they're 49 games, was batting .311 and doing." had eight homers and 56 hits. MILWAUKEE (AP) Cincin- .1-. u 1 T r t . : I nail rigiH-ntfiiuei uucy oay iegi- I tered his 10th victory with the ninth inning assistance of Bill Henry as the first-place Reds blanked the Milwaukee Braves 4-0 Friday night. Jay, former Milwaukee bonus player traded to the Reds last winter, was tagged for 11 hits but bore down in the tight spots in checking his former teammates. The Reds, who maintained their Vi games lead over second place Los Angeles, jumped on Milwau-kee starter Warren Spahn for ! three runs in the fifth and added their final tally in the ninth against reliever Claude Raymond. Jay struck out six and walked good that hell be the most; three in reaching the 10-victory j mark for the first time in his ca reer. He nas lost tour. Henry took over with two out and two on in the ninth and retired Eddie Mathews to end the game. Cincinnati ab r h bl Milwaukee Blsneme 3b 4 0 0 OiCimoli cf 4 0 0 0 Boiling 2b ANDERSON Kasko ss-3b Pinson cf Robinson rf Post If a-Bell If Freese 3b Cardenas ss Gernert lb b-Colmn lb Zimrman c Jay p Henry p Totals Mathews 3b Aaron rf Thomas If Maye If Adcock lb Torre c McMiln ss d-Spangler Spahn p 3 0 1 2Winey p 0 0 0 0:c-Taylor Raymond !e-Bovd 35 4 4 Totals 4 12 0 4 12 1 2 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 3 110 10 10 2 110 2 0 0 0 4 0 10 ab r b bl 4 0 10 4 0 2 0 5 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 0 10 10 0 0 4 0 3 0 4 0 10 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 10 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 35 0 11 0 McDaniel Brewer (L 0-3) R.Anderson x-Schaffernoth Elston Drott 1 1 6 0 2-3 1 1-3 Faced 3 batters in 8th HBY By Elston (Cunningham, Buchek), T 2:30. A 5,122. LA IX SECOND PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The Los Angeles Dodgers, hitting ear ly and often; built up a command ing lead and made it stand up for a 10-6 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies Friday night to re gain second. place in the Nation al League. The Dodgers endowed Stan Williams with a 8-1 lead as Daryl Spencer homered, Willie Davis hit two triples and Maury Wills three singles. The right-hander, wilting in the 90-degree heat, was chased in the sixth inning when the Phillies rallied for five runs. Dick Farrell, who came in as relief for Williams, also got involved in the five-run ruckus but settled down and held his former teammates scoreless the rest of the game to preserve Williams' seventh mound victory in 14 decisions. Los Angls ab r It'bf Phldelphla ab r h bl Wills ss 5 2 3 2 Caliison If 5 130 Gilliam 2b 4 110 Taylor 2b 3 2 0 0 W. Davis cf 5 13 3 Gonzalez rf 4 12 2 Bobby Dews, who started the season as the Mustangs shortstop and was promoted to Tulsa of the AA Texas League, has run into tough luck. He is presently out of action for about a month as a result of a toe fracture. One of the newer Mustangs, pitcher Larry Crayton, had his picture in the last issue of Sports Illustrated. For his hurling exploits in the NAIA baseball tournament, of course. Michigan Youngster Signs With Twins ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The Minnesota Twins of the American League outbid six other clubs Friday to sign James Manning, 17, high school pitching star from Trout Creek, Mich. Manning, won 15 and lost 2 this spring before graduating from Trout Creek High School. Twins officials said the bonus was "well into five figures." TO WYOMING FISH Insecticide Fata CASPER (AP) Laboratory reports indicate a powerful insecticide caused the deaths of about 1.000 fish, most of them trout, in Lower Deer Creek near Glenrock, a Wyoming Game and Fish Department official said today. The department is investigating the deaths of about 2,000 more fish in a section of the North Platte River called one of the best stream fishing areas in the country, Larry Peterson, department reservoir IN BIG TIME a Grounded out for Post in 6th; b Grounded out for Gernert In 7th: c Fanned for Willey In 7th; d Walked for McMillan in 9ih; e Singled for Raymond in 9th. Cincinnati ON) 030 0014 Milwaukee 000 000 0000 E None. PO-A Cincinnati 27-11, Milwaukee 27-16. DP Blasingame, Cardenas and Coleman: Mathews, Boiling and Adcock. LOB Cincinnati 4, Milwaukee 12. 2b AKdcock. 3b Robinson, Plnson. S Cimoli. IP H R ERBBSO Jav (W, 10-4) . 8 2-3 22 0 0 3 6 Henry . 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Spahn (L, 8-9) 4 1-3 5 3 3 0 1 Wilev 2 2-3 1 0 0 0 0 Ravmond 2 3 110 1 WP Jay. T 2:25. A 24,184. CARDS BEAT CUBS CHICAGO (AP) Rookie catcher Jimmy Schaffer's first major league homer, a grand slammer, rounded out the first of two big innings which gave the St. Louis Cardinals an 11-4 victory over the Chicago Cubs Friday. The Cards scored five runs in the first inning and six in the eighth. the four Chicago runs came on a pair of two-run homers, the first by Jerry Kindall in the second and the other by Billy Williams in the eighth. Key blow in the Cardinals' six-n- eighth was a bases-loaded double by Bob Lillas, driving across the final three St. Louis runs of the game. Moon If Fairly rf T.Davis rf-lf Larker lb a-Hodges lb Roseboro c Spencer 3b Williams p Farrell p 4 12 1 iHerrera lb 4 111 0 0 0 O C. Smith 3b 4111 5 0 2 0 Dlrvmple c 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 Del Greco cf 3 0 0 0 Totals 2 110 Short D 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 Amaro ss 10 0 0 4 3 2 2 c-Valo 10 11 2 1 1 O d-Mlkms ss 10 0 0 10 4 0 Owens p 10 0 0 Ferrarese p 0 0 0 0 b-B. G. Smith 10 0 0 Lehman p 0 0 0 0 d-Walls 10 0 0 Sullivan p 0 0 0 0 Walters cf 10 0 0 3 10 15 8' Totals 33 6 8 6 management crew chief, said. He said the Deer Creek fish were poisoned about two weeks ago with rotenone, fatal to fish but harmless ' to warm-blooded animals. Peterson said another 1.000 were ; found floating in the North Platte st Louis St. Louis ab r h bl Chicago ab r h bl Warwck cf If 4 2 2 0 Heist cf 5 0 2 0 White lb 5 12 0 Zimmer 2b 4 0 10 James rf 5 2 2 2 :Santo 3b 4 0 0 0 Boyer 3b 5 2 10 Altman rf 3 10 0 Musial If 3 110 iWilliams If 4 112 Flood cf 1 0 0 0 Bouchee lb 3 110 Schaffer e 3 114 Taylor c 3 0 10 a-Cunineham 0 0 0 1 Kindall ss 3 112 b-McCarver e 0 1 0 0 Brewer p 0 0 0 0 Buchek ss 3 1 0 1 R. Andrsn p 2 0 0 0 Liliis 2b 4 0 13 c-Rodgers 10 0 0 Sadecki p 4 0 0 0 Schfrnoth p 0 0 0 0 McDaniel p 0 0 0 0 Elston p 0 0 0 0 Drott p 0 0 0 0 d-Bar.ks 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 11 10 11 Totals 3". 4 7 4 sxth a Hit by pitch for Schalter in ntn; c Called oui on strikes for Anderson in 6th; b Ran and scored for Cunningham in 8th; d Walked for Drott in 9ih. 500 000 IK0 11 :, i l i- 4 tj.. tnicago .. v:u uw uif eveu niu 'w iwiw iu..u, , P0-A-St. Louis 27-8. Chi- and in the North Platte a mile be-, cago 27-12. DP-warwick and miis; Inw tVia Ham twn uiooltc apYt I Buchek, Lillls and White. LOB St. Louis Kortes IS about 50 miles SOUttl, 2b-Helst. Tavlor, LilliJ. HR Schaffer, a At bat for Larker in 5th when inning ended; b Struck out for Ferrarese in 5th; c Singled for Amaro In 6th; d Struck out for Lehman in 6th, Los Angeles 003 0 00? 10 Philadelphia 000 105 000 C E C. Smith, Herrera. PO A Los Angeles 27-8, Philadelphia 27-10. LOB Los Angeles 7. Philadelphia 4. 2b Herrera. 3b W. Davis 2, Caliison, Moon. HR Spencer. SB Tavlor, Wills 2, T. Davis. S Gilliam, Williams, Amaro. SF Dalrymple. IP R R ERBBSO Williams (W, 7-7) 5 5 5 5 2 6 Farrell . 4 3 110 4 Owens (L, 1-1) 4 2-3 7 6 5 1 1 Ferrarese - 1-3 0 0 0 1 0 Lehman . 1 3 2 2 0 1 Sullivan 2 2-3 5 2 2 1 3 Short 1-3 0 0 0 1 1 WP Williams. T 2:58. A 17,518. PIRATES EDGE GIANTS PITTSBURGH (AP) Center-fielder Bill Virdon of Pittsburgh sii.gled home two unearned runs with two out in the ninth inning Friday night and the Pittsburgh Pirates edged the San Francisco Giants 4-3. Virdon's hit scored Dick Scho- field, who got on base on Willie McCovey's error, and Bill Mazer- koski, who had singled. The Giants had moved into the lead 3-2 in the top of the ninth. Willie Mays doubled, went to third on Felipe Alou's sacrifice and scored on Ed Bailey's fly to center. Roberto Clemente was responsible for the Pirates' first two run. He tripled home one run in the first inning and homered in the . n 4htkii,t ' 1.,- BLASTING OUT Mrs. Helen Sigel Wilson of Philadelphia blasts out of a sand trap on the 15th hole of the rugged Baltusrol golf course in the Women's Open Championship. Mrs. Wilson is a two-time for the amateur crown. AP Wirephoto. runnerup League Leaders By Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting (based on 150 or Detroit, .368 New York, more at Brandt, Balti- bats Cash, more. .3d9. Runs Mantle, Detroit, 61. Runs batted in Gentile, Baltimore, 67; Cash, Detroit, 66 64; Colavito, T rentice and ied in W Jessen omen's Open SPRINGFIELD, N.J. (AP) -Darkhorse JoAnn Prentice played steadily and blonde Ruth i breezy afternoon after an open-'day. Two amateurs, Mrs. Marlene ing 75 for the same total. (Stewart Streit of Canada and Par for the rn!lin? fi.372-vard ' Anne .Richardson of Columbus. Hits B Robinson, Baltimore, 93; Cash, ' i- i..j Mncot;nnnll in tun I ....., : wic -n .,,) nt,; r.A XTo;i,.nn Cmith nf Detroit 91 itusacu piaj cu sv.iiDciiumuuj' in iiic liuiluiui L'JUl c Ift oi-ou lit anu vinu, anu 'iu .naLiiuii kiiiiLii vi Doubies-Power, Cleveland, 20; Ro- heat and wind at Baltusrol Fri- no one could match it Friday. 'French Lick, Ind., former Ladies Tn?p-wood?' Detroit, 7; Lar.dis, chi-! day to share the lead at the half-! Mickey Wright, two-time win- PGA president, were next at 151. cago, 6. way point in tne women s . ?.a- ner 01 tne women s upen, yield-1 At tne end 01 rruiays second 3. Chicago and west of Casper and Glenrock j Kmdau, Williams. is 20 miles east. 'Sadecki (W 7-4) IP ER BB SO 4 6 5 M Finds an.( pauer anaging Toug Job San Fran ab r b bi Pittsburgh abrhbi Amlftno 2b 4 13 0 Virdon cf 5 1 3 2 i McCovey lb 0 0 0 0 Logan ss 4 0 0 0 Kuenn rf-lf 4 0 0 1 Clemente rf 3 12 2 Cepeda lb-lf 4 0 0 0 Stuart lb 4 0 0 0 Mays cf 4 2 2 0 Hoak 3b 4 0 10 F. Alou If 3 0 0 0 Chrstphr If 4 0 10 a-Hllier 3b 0 0 0 0 Smith c 3 0 0 0 i Dvnport 3b 2 0 0 2 b-Schofield 0100' Bailey e 4 0 1 O'.Mzroski 2b 4 12 0 Pagan ss 3 0 1 0 Haddix p 2 0 0 0 McCrmck p 3 0 0 0iFace p 0 0 0 0; Miller p 0 0 0 OicCroat 0 0 0 0 Id-Skinner 10 0 0 Totals 31 J 7 3 Totals 34 4 9 4 j a-Sacrificed for F. Alou in 9th; b- i Sacrificed for Smith in 9th: c-Annoimced ! I for Face In 9th; d-Grounded out for Groat ! : in 9th. ' San Franrlsr 00 100 101 3 i ' Pittsburgh 100 001 M 4 E Amalfitano. McCovey, Logan. PO-1 A San Francisco 26-7 (2 out when winning run scored In 9th). Pittsburgh ; 27-14. DP Hoak. Majieroski and Stu-i art; Haddix, Mazeroski and Stuart; Logan i Mazeroski aid Stuart. LOB San Fran-: Cisco 4. Pittsburgh 7. 2B Mays 2. j 3B Clemente. Amalfliano. HR Cle-I mente. S Hlller, Schofield. SF Daven-! port. Ip h r er bb so , McCormick fL, 7-7) ... 8 1-3 8 4 3 2 5 i Miller 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 i Haddix 7 1-3 6 2 2 1 4 Face (W. 4-3) 12-311102 TJ Pelekoudas, Conlan, Burkhart. T 2:30. A 31,900. Ca"hm Detroit a"nd Mamie, New Yori. 24. ' tional Open Golf Championship, ed to tension and tournament ; round, the field was cut to the stoien bases Aparicio,' Chicago, 23;; Miss Prentice, 28, Birmingham, pressure after sharing the first-' 40 lower scorers and ties for the HpTtchri'ngKarbased "on 25 or more de- j Ala., pro, got the benefit of an round lead with Miss Prentice 36-hole windup Saturday. Just 41 cisionsi Latman. Cleveland, 6-0,; parlv starting time whpn the air and skied to nn Rf) nlavers with totals of 168 or bet- s'tTikeouu-Ford. New' York, ioo; Pas-'was calm, and added a 76 to her; She was tied with Louise Suggs ter qualified. Among those who cuai. Minnesota, 89. j opening round of 72 for a 36-hole at 152, four strokes off the pace. 'missed out by one shot was Jack- national leagi e j total of 148. Betsy Rawls, the defending ie Pung of Honolulu, who lost the Batting (based on a or,.'no" ' Miss Jessen, 25, of Seattle, champion, held third place with, Open title in 1957 because cf a pmVbu7h 346an' ' fired a one-over-par 73 on a hot, 1 150 for 36 holes after a 76 Fri-! scorecard error. Runs Mays, San Francisco, 63; Rob-i inson, Cincinnati, 54. Runs batted in Cepeda, San Francisco, 64; Robinson. Cincinnati. 56, Hits Pinson, Cincinnati. 92; Mays, San Francisco. 89. Doubles Pinson and Coleman. Cincinnati, 18: Zimmer, Chicago and Mays. San Francisco. 17. Triples Stuart, Pittsburgh, 7: Altman. Chicaao, Wills, Los Angeles, and Virdon and Clemente. Pittsburgh. 6. Home runs CeDeda and Mavs. Francisco. 20: Robinson, Cincinnati, Stolen ba-es Pinson, Cincinnati, Aaron. Milwaukee, 11. Pitching (based on 5 or more clMons)-Potires, Los Angele. M, Miller. San Francisco. 6-1. 8."7. Strikeouts Koufax. Los Angeles, Williams, Los Angeles, 98. San 19. 13: de-. 128; Johnson Meets Machen Tonight COULD SURPRISE Softball Loop Lists Leaders ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. 'AP'-! Harold Johnson, the National Box-: ing Association's light heavy-, weight champ, hopes to boost his chances for a title shot in the heavyweight division Saturday-night by thumping Eddie Machen, the No. 2 heavy contender. Johnson, 32, of Philadelphia, f i-. nally won NBA recognition by whipping Jesse Bowdry last win- American Girls Win at Wimbledon By JOHN FARROW , ed Mrs. J. L. Deloford of Britain wiMKf .fdon KnoianH (AP) 6-1, 6-3; and Mimi Arnold of Red- Three American girls Friday: wood City, Calif., knocked out blasted their way into the last 16 Karen Ilench of Germany -2, of the women's singles in the,6-1-Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Cham- Defeated pionships and any one of them One American girl was defeat-could surprise a few of the fan-led Friday when Pat Stewart of ter after the NBA had strinned cied players in the next round. I Indianapolis ana forest huls. Archie Moore of his light heavy Karen Itantze. 18. nf Chula Vis-'N-Y.. lost to Aussie Margaret crown. After a successful defense ta, Calif., defeated Mrs. Eva Dul-against Von Clay, a second-round dig of Australia 6-3, 6-2; Justina knockout victim. Johnson is aim- p.ricka of St. Louis. Mo., defeating higher at Floyd Patterson's KANSAS CITY 'AP) Veteran! Since then, the eighth-place A's,no get base hit Hank confused.' nave lllcliiacu umv inu ttv.iuiics ! unaia miclb uic aill ooya.f outfielder Hank Bauer, now the neophyte manager of the Kansas City Athletics, is finding out the hard way there's more to managing a baseball club than waving signals to the players. Just what, he doesn't know yet, and would like to find out. Bauer took over after Joe Gordon was fired June 12. Playing against his old teammates, the powerhouse New York Yankees, the A's won their first game under Bauer. in 11 games. Vowed pro Bauer, noted But old his grit and determination as a player, vowed Friday: "We're going to come back swinging tonight." In an effort to spur the punch-less A's, Bauer posted these signs in the clubhouse: Sign Says 1. "Man who don't swing bat 2. "Bases on ball don't score runs." fori 3- "When the going gets tough, the tough get going. "This slump is aggravating." Bauer said in the understatement of the day. "I've only given a few take signs, but you can bet we'll be taking the bats off our shoulders." Frank Lane, the A's general manager, observed: "It's getting so we deserve an award when we foul out." Billings Sports Scoreboard . . . LITTLE LEAGIE Midland Bank 13. Security Bank 3. Mountain States Telephone IB, Al's Soft Water Service 0. Volkswagen 2, A 1 W Root Beer 1. BABE Rt'TH LEAGUE Stroup Hardware 20. Humble Oil 11. United Commercial Travelers 7, Mildred Hael 3. OCAW 7, Babcock and Lee Freight- wavs . Valley State Bank 12, Pierce Packing 8. Horseshoe Bar leads the Billings Softball Association with a 10-1 mark. Mile-A-Wav is second with 9 2. Ron George is 7-4. Tavern 6-5, Casa Dee's 5-5, Archer's 5-7. Q's Sport Shop O fi, llpMn hv 11-17 II.., on !, u...,- ' .wcJL.itni, tut uii time ie-j ct'nRt'RV Chit flTIl Rrflnrh Wednesday at 7 p.m. Archer's cent fights in a row. However,'?.1 ' k! Ih.i e -i i i n7I.m plays Stein An 8:30 p.m, Johnson has won u .straight ov.r; n-imn ot nrth I'art mDtnhoe a fl'o.VPfir cn.'m . nnnenn ic o u.-v " aillb AlVlb.t AMIR IIIUIVIIVl u t Mb V?fl4. VVIIN.IUII !." t V V DeMolay verses Q's Sport Shop, favorite. Thursday i throne. His li"rit bpnvv titlp uil! nut hp StCinie's of st;ikp in this tplfvurl ( A P,C I match, scheduled for 9 p.m. i (EST). Machen, 29, has won cent fights in a row. Branch Rickey Making Excellent Recovery 7 n m TiTo.A. Way meets Horseshoe and at; Oualifvinq Trials o.ov p.m. nun viuoie u-ms a.-a Dee's i from a heart attack suffered on vacation in Little Current, Ont., a i hospital spokesman said Friday. ' Rickey was stricken Tuesday while on a fishing trip. The at- Smith, 18, who is seeded No. 2, 6-3, 6-0. The two American survivors in the last 16 of the men's singles-Chris Crawford of Piedmont. Calif., and Charles McKinley of St. Louis-did not play thtir matches Friday. Saturday Saturday Crawford will play Iyo Pimentel, Venezuela's No. 1 player. McKinley, seeded No. 8, will tackle Warren Jacques, Australian who is a student at Lamar Tech in Beaumont, Tex. Half the quarter-final spots were filled m tne men s envision On the Links IIILAXDS Mrs. R. L. Lyons and Mrs. R. E. Mulvaney were winners in ladies poker golf Friday, i Mrs. L. C. McBee won in the 9-hole competition. NEW YORK (APi - Sectional qualifying trials will he held at 39 tack was his second in three years j Friday. They went to Luis Ayala, centers for the 61st National Am- He was taken out of an oxvffon'the sixth-seeded player from ateur Golf Championship Sept. 11-16 at Pebble Beach, Calif. The 36-hole tests are scheduled Aug. 26, 29, 31. tent last night. Rickey, an active 79-year-old, is expected to be hospitalized for at least another three weeks. Chile; Roy Emerson, No. 4 from Australia; Ramanathan Krishnan. seventh seed from India; and Englishman Mike Sangster. GOOD FLY FISHING State Streams Running Clear HELENA 'AP) Montana Rainbow Lake and Hie Noxon Res-, browns and grayling are reported, waters are now running clear and ervoir. Salmon flies are out in the Hutch- normal over most of the state. Fiy fishermen are bringing in Kood catches from all sections. ' Dusk fishing is best for dry flics while midday fishing should be v ith w o r m s or grasshoppers fished deep. Spinners, trolled, are tlio choice for large lakes. Mosquitoes have been so bad in various areas that many fishermen are passing up the best hours of lishing. Slate fish wardens provided this weekend outlook: Central Montana At Fort Benton and Big Sandy, streams are low and clear and there is a lot of small fish being caught in Shonkin Creek, High-wood, Cottonwood and Big Sandy Creeks. Farm ponds in this area produce two to three-pound fish. Worms and flics are best. Most streams in the Conrad urea are low and clear. I-air ;ins Bridge area. AH streams in the Missoula district are running clear. The Big Blackfoot, Rock Creek. Bitterroot, St. Regis and the Clark Fork are all producing fish on flies. Some good brown trout weighing in at three and four puund.s are being caught in the Clark Fork. Lakes in the area producing nice catches Belt Creek, Smith River and Hound Creek, all in the Great Falls area. ortlie.terii Montana Si reams in Kalispell area are lii.'h but clear and providing excellent fishing in the early mornings and late evening. At Hungry Horse Lake, good catches of cut-1 Western Montana lliroat and hulls have been re-; Lures and bait are being used Toi led by anglers using lures and by anglers fishing the Madison and I ait, cry good spots are Cabinet, , some big catches of rainbow, are Burnt rork, Upsata, Moose catches of rainbow are being tak-incI over. Georgetown Lake was en on flies and grasshoppers in I very slow on opening day but is Tiber Lake, Lake Francis and i expected to pick up especially for Swilt Reservoir. i those who fish with flics in the Good catches are being made in evening. Northeastern Montana Fishing is only fair in the Glas-gov area. V'ornis, fished deep, are enticing some big fish at Dcaver Creek dam. Fresno Dam is good for walleye pike. The Milk River in the Malta, area is very low and fishing slow. Fair fishing in the Missouri. Anglers are taking some good catches of sauger pike at the mouth of the Milk Rivrr and be-lo the dam at, Fort Peck. Trout fishing is slow at Fort Peck reservoir but good catches of perch are being taken on mijinows. Stream conditions are low in the Plentywood area. Soutlieentrul Montana Fishing in southcentrnl Montana should be about normal1 -for this time of year. Most streams are either low or dropping and fairly clear. Good fishermei. are taking rainbow and brown trout from the Yellowstone on spoons and flies. The. Boulder R'vcr is fairly clear with lures and bait reported best. I Lake and reservoir fishing is also about normal in this section. Glacier Lake above Red Lodge is is! reported fair. Catches of rainbow are being taken from Dead Man's Basin and Martinsdale Lake on both aires and bait. Martinsdale Lake is getting very low. The forecast on Emerald and West Rosebud lakes is fair to good fishing. Mystic Lake should be good for rainbow. Eastern Montana In far eastern Montana fishing has been slow due to the extreme hot, dry weather. There will probably be fish lost during the forthcoming months. The Tongue River at Decker is producing rainbows on dry flies and some catches ol rainbow up to three and a half pounds have been taken. In Garfield County, Engdahl and Killen Reservoirs are good for bass and bluegill. Wcatcrofts is still producing good cutches of northern pike. t GOING FISHING? CAMPING? PICNICKING? 1 MiViai I J UZi J FOR ireo Naturally! ENJOYMENT GREAT FALLS SELECT! FOR LIFE DRIVE CAREFULLY! FRED BRIGGS DISTRIBUTING CO., Billings, Montana Diitributon tor Great fath Select and Hamm't Bwl

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