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.r 1 D-6 THE SUN Thursday, Feb. 8, 1968 ;AVitIi the Sportsmen Deer Hunt Decline Confusing Question I. . - efM By BOB WALTON California's 1967 deer season was the worst since 1945 and the hunter kill was down 42 per cent from the 1966 season. The problem of what happened to the state's deer in 1967 fell into the lap of the i i Senate Fish and Game lttee this week and f some of the answers it got f rrTv iirifrmct?- wiMtvoo- "v. les no doubt si will confuse - . the committee members more than ever. Burton Banzhaf, representing the Northern Counties Wildlife Conservation Association, an outdoor sportsmen's group, warned that unless the harvest concept of game management was abandoned there would come a time when there would be no more deer to hunt. He rapped either sex or an-llcrless deer hunts and refuge hunts, claiming that they had helped reduce the eligible buck population to the point "where it has now caught up with us." On the other side of the story, Dr. William Longhurst, a zoologist at the University of California's Hopland field station, said that the deer population, statewide, was about 2 million and that a hunter kill of 500,000 if properly distributed over the state would not harm herds. By comparison, the 1967 deer kill totaled about 40,000. Dr. Longhurst went on to say, however, that the state isn't even beginning to get a fair recreation return on the dollars spent for game management. He wondered how long the state would "continue to tolerate" spending around $2 million to manage game with nnly a 5 per cent return to hunters. "Public opposition to deer management is llie greatest obstacle to proppr utilization nf this natural resource," said Longhurst. He told the committee the state "should make maximum use of our deer herds as a natural resource." Predator Question Sportsmen and game management specialists also Sportsmen controlled decadent clashed over the predator question. It might be pointed out that the state no longer pays a bounty on such predatory animals as mountain lions, long regarded as the natural enemy of deer. Sportsmen contend these predators are cutting down fawns. This is denied by the management experts, who said their studies did not show predators were having much of an effect on deer population. One sportsman, Olaf N. Johnson of Tehama County, urged a return to the bounty on predators. There was more agreement that deer range conditions were declining. asked for more burns to replace underbrush. There was pretty much agreement, too, that the 40,-000 total deer kill in 1967 was actually higher because many successful hunters did not turn in their self - validating deer tags. A slight change in this system will be made for next season. Hunters will still have the self validating privilege, but they will have to return their deer tags to the state whether they kill a deer or not. Right now the state committee is simply seeking information to determine whether earnest efforts are being made to reconcile science with the public preference. It may come up with some suggestions to the Department of Fish and Game once this information has been gathered. Ocean Fish Report A 24-hour report on ocean fishing in Southern California as furnished by the operators of the deep sea landings: SAN PEDRO (Norm'i Landlnq) 51 anolers: 3? barracuda, 7 bomto, 29 calico bass, 42 sand ban. REOONDO BEACH 46 anolers: 41 calico bass, 96 bonito, 2 halibut, 685 rock cod, 31 cow cod. Barge, 11 anglers: 7 sand bass, 27 rock cod. SAN CLEMENTE 38 anqlers: 265 barracuda, 119 bass, 13 bonito, V. halibut. LONO BEACH (Pacific Sportlishing) 49 anglers: 308 rock cod, 3 cow cod, 3 halibut, 30 calico bass, 7 bonito. (Belmont Plr) Barge, 15 anglers: 9 bass, 7i mackerel. (Plerpoint Landing) 53 anglers: 63 barracuda, 34 calico bass, 31 bonito. NEWPORT (Divey'i Locker) 42 anglers: 19 barracuda, 24 bass, 119 rock cod, cow cod. (Art'i Landing) 69 anglers: 133 barracuda, 159 bonito, 25 bass, 2 cow cod, 1 ling cod, 460 rock cod, 47 halibut. Cypress Tests SBVC Wrestlers San Bernardino Valley College wrestlers put their 11 - year string of 70 conference dual match victories on the line this afternoon when they meet Cypress Junior College in Anaheim. The Cypress Chargers, coached by former regional Olympic qualifier Ray Haas, are 6-0 in the league. They could emerge as giant killers if they can knock off the high riding Indians. The match will start at 4:30 p.m. in the Western High School gymnasium, 501 South Western Avenue in Anaheim. Haas' team has its greatest strength at 115, 123, 137, and 167, according to Indian Coach Bob Smith. In each of these weight classes Haas has a top ranked CIF finalist AAU champion, or a high school All-American. The Charger coach was a high school state champion in Pennsylvania, won his weight class in the Big Ten repeatedly for Ohio State, and in 1963 topped a three- state regional for the U.S. Olympic team, but was prevented from further Olympic participation by financial considerations. Workman Scalps Rraves, 76-50 By JIM FORD Hot - shooting Workman High scalped the Alta Loma Braves, 76-50, yesterday in a Hacienda League game that saw Mark Wisniewski pump in 34 points for the Lobos. Wisniewski scored 11 straight points to erase an early Alta Loma lead, and keep the Lobos in front to stay. Dave Serrano chipped in 14. As a team, Workman hit 60 per cent from the field. Bill Beckley of the Braves al so tallied 14 and teammate Rocky Long added 10. Alta Lo ma made 33 per cent of its shots. ALTA LOMA England Beckley Long Parada Stevens Arner Viveros Totals SCORE BY Alta Loma . Workman ... WORKMAN F T 1 3 Serrano 0 14 Farmer 0 10 Wisniewski 1 7 Mitchell 2 6 Piskell 0 Hampton 0 4 Aauayo 4 50 Totals QUARTERS 13 11 10 23 OPT 7 0 14 0 10 6 34 0 8 0 6 T 3 1 1 I 76 IS 59 2476! Harper Named Grid Coaeh Vl Cal Poly of San Luis Olympics Summaries Jr SAX LUIS OBISPO, Calif, .assistant frosh coach at (LTD Joe Harper, offensive for one season, coached UCLA River GRENOBLE, Fronct (UPD Summaries of yesterday's event In the. 10th Winter Olympic Games: Men's 30 kilometer cross country race (final): 1. Franco Nones, Italy, one hour, 35 minutes, 38.2 seconds; 2. Odd Martlnsen, Norway, 1:36:28.3; 3. Eero Maentyranta, Finland, 1:36:55.3; 4. Vladimir Voronkov, Soviet Union, 1:37:10.8; 5. Giulio do Florlan, Italy, 1:37:12.9; . Kalevl Laurlla, Finland, 1:37:29.8; 7. Kalevl Olkarainen, Finland, 1:37:34.4 ; 8. Gunnar Larsson, Sweden, 1:37:48.1; 9. Walter Demel, West Germany, 1:37:49.2; 10. Anatolil Akentiev, Soviet Union, 1:37:52.4. also: 27. Mike Gallagher, Killlngton, Vt., 1:41:58.2; 29. Mike Elliott, Durango, Colo., 1:42:22.6; 51. Charles Kelloqg, Cambridge, Mass., 1:50:03.7 ; 55. Jon Lufkin, Rumford, Maine, 1:51:212. Women's figure skating (after 2 compulsory figures): 1. Peggy Fleming, Colorado Springs, Colo., 373.4 points; 2. Gobrielle Seyfert, East Germany, 343.0; line COaCll al me University Ul Slue, V,aill., L,liy L,iJiie;c, aa nv, Arllnqton, Mass., 332.5; 5. Hona Pnlnmrln nnnnintprl head line coach at U.C. Santa Maskov0' Czechoslovakia, 329.4; 6. Sally football coach at California Barbara m 1962 and joined thejLynn, ro. Polytechnic College of San LuisiUniversity of Colorado coaching Britain, 317.3. Also: 16. Jonet Rorkford, III., 291.5. Obispo yesterday. 'staff in 1963 under Eddie The 31-year-old Harper played Crowder. his undergraduate football at A native of Glendale, I'CLA undor the late Henry Harper also played four "Red" Sanders and Bill Barnes. He was cocaptain of the Bruins football team in 1957. Harper replaced Sheldon Har den, who resigned Jan. 4 after of undergraduate rugby UCLA and one year while getting his master's degree. 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(AP) Jimlon the track, training to be-Hines, the 9.1 sprinter, is back! come a member of the U.S. I Olympics team. Juiy rails l Kcach Verdict In Spencer Ciic RIVERSIDE. Calif. 1TPI1-A Municipal Court jury deliberated seven hours yesterday but failed to reach a verdict in the 4. Southwest Missouri State (1) (13-2) 230 5. Trinity (Tex.) (15-4) !6. Nevada Southern (14-4) 1 7. Southwestern Louisiana (14-3) I. Ashland (1) (16-1) 9. Pan American (13-4) 10. Illinois Statt (15-8) Second 10: 11. Indiana State 43; 12. San IDeoo State 39; 13. Eastern New Mexico (1) 26; 14. Norfolk State 19; 15. Los Angeles State 16; 16. McNeese State 10; 17. Guilford 9; 18. (tie) Cheyney State, Howard Payne and Oglethorpe I. Others receiving five or more order of their totals: Akorn, Philodelphii Coast Slock Prices Gain, Average Off ASSOCIATED PRESS Pafifin Pnacf Qtrwli- Tvnliinrro Admiral Corp . uw.w "'. """""'b'-Am Airlin .80 prices were nigner yesterday after the New York market closed but the advance was insufficient to erase earlier de- (Standard Oil of California was off Pr. Among the fractional losers were General Electric, Hoffman Electronics, Foremost, United Air Lines and Pacific 'Lighting. i it. 129 clines ',25 Alth Am Cyan 1.25 .. Am T4.T 2.40 .. AT&SF Ry 1.60 Boeing 1.20 Bourns Inc Chrysler 2 Con Edis 1.80 .. Crown Zell 2.20 .. "gains for individual stocks out-sasoNc- i Hines had flirted with the idea of giving up track after being ;Ma0m drafted by the Miami Dolphins ; s,0, Jockson state of the American Football League but Bobby Morrow, winner of three gold medals in the 1956 Olympics, helped him to decide to postpone football for a while. "11 was the idea of having numbered losses 145-112. Active trading accounted a volume of 470,000. Ford was the most for Exeter Oil A Fly Tiger .10g .. Ford Motor 2.40 Gen Dynam 1 .. Gen Tel El 1.40 . ore points inStock with 60,400 shares, closing I0" p'?'"1 ,h?ortTeVtHr;.fhalf a point higher at 50 Vi. jn. mW """i:: : Su Z Kaiser Al 1 4l4 Kaiser Ind I Litton In 2 65f VSAC Calls Off Sprint Car Hart ; Best gain was registered by i Signal Oil A, Up 234, followed Lockheed A 2.20 w.. r..: r.A rv;j.i r Loew Tft .10h .... uy Dining dim lAxiuciiicii i - iLytton Fin ANAHEIM - troloum. each with l'i. (May d st 1.60 , 1 , . , Menasco l.llf .. Litton industries advanced Merchant Pet .. I'h. Fractional gainers included GM ,ha.0b, , ti,;. . General Telephone, Del Monte, Nat Airim .30 . . u c" .Lt Southern California E d i s 0 n,! 60 Soencer on drunken driving vcstpldd- He won three gold Car races at the Rivergrade Z,. y 0 Northrop 1 charges. Tlie jury was dis- rid you don't gel l a SpTdway ,11 Irwindale have,1'- L.nfativP sl(K.ks 'gS!H mi-.M chance to be around people like been canceled, it was announced rtm"" 1i-slih,uiv.. mkm, &e m ast Saturday'"1"1 m'ry d;,y- 1 cuMn't pass! yesterday by USAC West Coast Jerry Quarry!1'1"1 UP-" jsuixrvisor BiJly Cantrell. missed. Spencer, who las was defeated by Jerry Quarry at Oakland, Calif., in a heavyweight elimination bout, was arrested Dec. 8 on the Riverside Freeway by officers of the State Highway Patrol. The boxer pleaded Innocent and asked for a jury trial. It was set for after his fight with Quarry. Hines was working out on the Rice University track with Morrow an observer. Most Active Slocks Unbeaten Upland Matmcn Meet Giants Coach Pat Bandy's unbeaten Spencer, who makes his home I LP'"na J,1Kn wrestling team action this afternoon when it Also called off were two oili er future USAC races at the Rivererndo track, a USAC Mid- eneno. . . ' r , . Gillette Co 303.300 get race on reb. 25 and anoth-;Benquet m,oo er USAC Sprint Car race slated j'" ''" 1 AMP Inc 98,500 ior marcn iu. PGE pf 1.37 PG6 red pt 1.25 u-uve .-mocks Kit , o" NEW YORK (AP)-Sales, closing prke pac -jj,t pf 106 nnu lie, i.iaiiv ui inv ,i,i, en ,mu-,i . Diir.. 72h tlve stocks traded on the NY Stock Ex- Reservt fjj,(j Rexall .30b J,!Rexall pf 2 7!Sateway 1.10 San Diego Gas 1.7 Wsmb Fin 1.20 ... 48' H 14"4 30"i Devine Successor NEW YORK (AP) - Mrs. Joan W. Payson, Principal own- ..(, fill la 3i Sig Oil pf J.40 ... Sou Cal Ed 1.40 . " ! SC 4.32 pf 1.08 . T f,SC Gas pf A 1.50 ' South Pc Van '''!Std Oil Cal 2.70 62' ' 'tauff Ch 1.80 43 Thrifty ' , I Times Vt -r.-.. Or .60 Mir .50 Shd Wld Air 84,500 21' Republic Cp 70,200 61 J4 'Sperry Rnd 67,600 48' t j Control Oat 64,200 122 Upohn 58,100 50' IGtWnUn pf 55.000 25' 4 Gt W Flnan 53,800 18 i IWhlltaker .. 53.000 74 In San Francisco, trained In the winas UP momo League Joan w. myson, principal own-iAm Photo ... ... 50,200 19 r):..i.i r iu. r...,. actifin this aftrrnHin when il'pr nf 1ht Nrw York Mpts. has Elect Music 49,200 7 nivciMue oirrt iui 111c V""14; - ' IScott Pap 49 200 25'4 fight at the time of his arrest. entertains the Ganesha Giants been named president of the miles an hour. The SAL meet will be held Mrs. Payson, who had been1 IJiltter, Eggs Toultry tinn-& 1 f . 2;i0.:;;; Judge William McFarland .Saturday, beginning at 9 a.m..one of the five vice presidents, j L0S angeles (ap -(fsmni -tjcto" declared a mistrial after thc.at the Chino High gym. Upland moved into the position vacated prices unchanged. Iweitate Pel .... jury announced it. could not will host the CIF semifinals Dec. 5 when Ring Devine re- E&'!! IjOUIS Cardl- P'onf 4 -&t. weiqhttd ovg 4 29, at ranch IWoolworth 1 .... 1 2-4'i, weighted evg Hi) roasters 3.00' Zenith 1.20e .... head, 25. jero Mlg .10 .. Twen Cen .80 Un Oil Cal 1.40 reach a verdict No datu was at the Cal Poly of Pomona gym turned to the St. ft for a new trial. 'on Feb. 17, 'nals. High Low Close .. 17 I7U 174 . . 27"4 27' 27H ,. 25 2444 24' a .. 51 'A 51 51V ,. 28' 28'a 28Vj . 77"j 77 77 .. 20 20V4 20V4 . . 5C 49 49 .54 34 34 . . 43' i 43 43' 4 .57 57 57 .67 67 67 .. 19H 19H 191 ,. !' P, P., ,. 23H 23, 23 , . 50'.'J 50 50''3 ,. 51''a 517a Sl' . 7i 7'i 7'4 . 43' 42'. 43' 1 .. 20'i 203-4 2(3'4 .. 15VJ 14H 14 .109U 107 107 . 60' 4 60'4 60'i . 4134 41Vj 41'i . 22'4e 21 Va 21V . 72' 70'i 70' . 46't 4' 46', . i6J4 55 55 ,. 8 7"t 1't . 38's 38' 38' . ifl't 2B'a 28 . 2'. 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Advance New York Time NEW YORK - Stock prices ended in another mixed pattern yesterday after an early ad vance faded in the final hour of trading. Price gains on the New York Stock Exchange led declines by 637 to 572, after an early gain almost 2 to 1. Volume declined to a four - month low of 8.38 million shares from 8.56 million Tuesday. The Dow Jones industrial average was ahead 2.65 points at 11:30 a.m. but drifted downward to close at 859.92, down 1,33 points. The New York Times combined average of 50 industrial and railroad stocks closed at-500.95, down 0.51 point. . Broader - based indicators finished with small gains. The exchange's index, up 0.20 points at its highest reading, closed at 51.52, up 0.08 point. Standard & Poor's 500 - stock index showed a gain of 0.32 point at one stage but that dropped to 0.16 point at the closing level of 92.06. The list of 15 most active stocks showed eight issues up and seven down. Large - block trades pushed Gillette to the top of the mosl-active list with total volume of 303.300 shares. The turnover in- Additional Financial News on Page D 8 eluded four blocks that added up to 254,000 shares. In addition, a block of 25,000 shares traded on the Midwest Stock Exchange. The largest block in New York was one of 200,000 shares at the day's low of 46. The stock closed at 4818, up 27s. It fell 6Vi in the first two sessions of this week with several large blocks indicating sales by a large institutional holder. '. On the American Stock Ex change volume climbed back ov er the four - million share mark to 4,197,630. This compared with 3,998,470 Tuesday. Prices started higher but in the final hour they slipped and closed at $24.04, down 3 cents. Its high for the day was $24.39. On the over - the -counter market bank issues improved, insurance issues were off and industrial stocks mixed. On the Big Board Benguet Consolidated, the second most-active stock, matched its previous 1967 - 68 high of ll?g and closed at ll3,it up Vz, on turnover of 179.600 shares. The Philippine Mining Company an nounced the formation of a new subsidiary, Benguet S u 1 p h- ur and Chemical corporation, and said it plans to offer shares in the new company to present holders of Benguet Consolidat ed. ' Other lower - priced isues on the most - active list were mixed. Glen Alden, in third place, eased Va to 14',4, Great , Western Financial rose Va to 18-'i, American Photocopy dipped to 19 and Electric and Musical Industries added V to 7. AMP, Inc., a manufacturer of 'electrical terminals, closed at a new low of MVi, down 1?. Most of its turnover of 98,500 shares moved on a block of 91,500 shares at 31. Glamor and conglomerate issues continued erratic. Treasury Bonds NEW YORK (AP) doling over the counter U.S. government treasury bonds. bid. asked, net change end yield for yesterday: 2'M 61 99 21 r.n .1 34J 68 9.7 99.9 3' a Nov 98.30 99 2l7 68-63 98.1 4s 69 Feb 98.24 2"1S 69-64 June . . 96.24 4S 69 Oct 97.24 2Vj 49-44 Dec .. 95.18 4s 70 Feb 97.4 V-t 70-45 94.30 4 70 Aug 94.14 2V 71-44 92.11 4s 71 95.4 3t 71 94.12 812-31 12-31 Y 12 31 Y 12 31 Y 12-31 Y 12-31 Y 12-31 Y 12 31 Y 12-31 .22 .55 1.40 .54 2 05 2 00 2.41 2.45 3 25 - lots in 1000s .42 .55 1,53 .67 118 760 2.19 ?04 32 Funds Bal I6.; 14 H Com SI 11.21 11 21 Inn iny 13 9) 14 23 38 71 3871 Div 14.13 15.27 Fid Cao -id Fund 17 71 U 17 id Trnd 78 3 7 30 78 rinancial Piorm- Dvnm 6 72 4.81 Soecl Incom 6.89 7 5 SC tllV 14.13 15 27 Indust 5 33 5 83 Sec Eouit 16 28 17 79 -st InGrlh 9.45 10.36 Sec Inv 8.18 8 94 st InStk 10 3.1 11.32 Siec Am ll.loiJ.oi Fletcher 16.21 16 71 Shrhokl 1? 56 1373 ia Gtti 7.29 7.97 5 gma 9 32 10 19 nd Lt 5 1? 5 60 Sw Invet 9 44 1 0 21 ounort 8.35 9 1 3 Sovr Iny 15 54 17 07 oursq 11 48 14.73 Stale St 48 54 49.00 Franklin Cusidn: Steadmen Fds' Com Stk 7 0 4 7 72 Am Ind 12.45 13 41 Incom 2 57 5 82 Fiduc 8 74 9 01 .Util 7.28 7 98 Scien 7.20 7.B7 -uno Am lu.Bi 11.61 stem Roe Funos -una inv vi.u ii.wi ei 3en Invest 6 92 7 52 S'ock ii no 11.66 mil Sec 1.1 7? 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