The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 23, 1952 · Page 14
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 14

Baytown, Texas
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Friday, May 23, 1952
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CASE. 12—THE BAYTOWN SUN, FRIDAY. MAY 23, IV52 BIG BEN BOLT Plaiiwiew CC Protests To SWC 'Papas' PLAINVIEW —(UP)— Friday's mail should bring the Do Fish Come Out Of Cold? South Park, Bryan In Research Project Reveals They Do By UNITED PRESS tended to discourage many anglers Wildlife studies being carried on and make fishing hard work. at Oklahoma A&M College indi- Good catches were reported at cat* fish may have enough sense Fort Gibson and Canton reservoir to come in out of the cold, especially er. Aggie but Lake Texoma suffered from during lake-freezing weath- rO ugh water. However, some fishermen who ventured out on the research students have lake were rewarded with good 'Sugar' Game Saturday BRYAN —(SpJ)—South Park of Beaumont bested Bryan, 6-0, here Thursday to even the bi-district baseball playoff at one game a piece. The third and deciding game of the series is set for S p.m. Saturday at Hunts ville. found evidence that winter concen- catches of sand bass, crappie and presidents and football trations of crappie can be artifical- flathead catfish. coaches of the seven South- ^ produced, west Conference schools another Strong protest on the agencies, might result in better , . . , , ., year-round fishing. league s refusal to admit Texas Tech. Plainview Chamber of Commerce President Roscoe Snyder Thursday sent letters to the Southwest officials saying "We discovered crappie gathered most feel that West Texas should be where lake temperatures were represented by having a school as high. In this instance, warmer wa- " " ter was allowed to seep into a specific cove. The crappie population Is America's Cleanliness is so important to minuature ball bearings that no human hand can touch one during process of, manufacture. Hunter M. Hancock, an A&M graduate student from Kentucky, first unearthed evidence crappie are drawn to warmer water. In experiments conducted last winter at Canton lake, Hancock a, member of the conference. "Texas Tech could creditably Pastime, Probe Reveals S3 X» W A SHINGTOX (HE)—Ifs of flc- gfi ial now. Sq§ After ; 10 months of investi- Jgg gation of organized baseball, the Bgj House Monopoly subcommittee 3S reported Friday: 33 "Baseball is America's national §jg pastime." 22g J, CAIXO O-^V*-i »_v»-*v» ^fc^,^--**— -j • — - • represent West Texas. We do not rose as temperatures climbed, feel this action of the conference "^^^..^Y^j^f..^,.^? repr pie." At its annual spring meeting, trie mighty athletic conference indirectly rejected applications from Texas Tech and the University of ^ yea r_ round f ls hing." Houston. Faculty representatives ^^ ^^ r , shermen don . represents the majority of the peo- mean that * is usually poor, large catches can be made." said Hancock's report. "Abo by concentrating the fish we can prevent over-populations by thinning them out and create — - . . 4V,-. ooiiic 1'wiv.rv* lioiitnn-ii viwii x voted against any expansion of the seem to nee<i scientific books or seven-school league at the present. The action already had drawn even tackle. Three Nowata residents were protests from Texas Tech's home- hunting frogs along the banks of town, Lubbock. A Lubbock busi- txaptions of crappie can be artifial- nessmaji resigned in protest from som ething flipped noisily into their the Southern Methodist Board of row bo a t. Development,, saying it' was be- Q ne o f Qj e men- p v obert Bowman cause he believed SMU had voted ^QQJ- one JQQ^ a ^ £h e visitor and against admitting Tech. pounced on him. It was a two-pound bass. Oklahoma fishing continued poor this week as windy, wet weather Q Complete Brake Job Regular rt 11.55 O LABOR A MAY SPECIAL AT 50 Ferguson Motors j g er ars 700 W. TEXAS * SPORTSMEN! * FISHERMEN! * BOAT OWNERS! 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