Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 13, 1960 · Page 19
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1980 ALTON EVENING TEL&GRAPH PAGE NINETEEN SUGAR GETS HIS LUMPS • It's a bitter experi- NEW10KK ence for Garnet (Sugar) Hart as he is knockout victim at expense of Benny (Kid) Paret's right hand at New York's Madison Square Garden last night Hart ended up in sitting position. He tried to make it up before 10, but still had one i Paret Puts Hart Away With KO in 6th Round knee on floor when referee finished count. Knocliout came in 2:36 of sixth round of scheduled 10-round non-title fight. Welterweight champion Paret of Cuba weighted 152%. Hart of Philadelphia, scaled 15314. (AP Wire photo) Ted Lindsay Quits Hockey DETROIT (AP) — Ted Lindsay Government Announces Hunt Rules WASHINGTON <AP) — Federal [flounced today. regulations to govern the 1980-61 ! Waterfowl regulation* ft* the hunting of doves, band-* a . pigeons, rails, gallinules, wllson s 8tates trounced later. *"• * werp (pw (;han g es from snipe and woodcock were an-|i as t year except for a liberaltza- New American Grid League Kicks Off With Big Names By MARRV Newspaper Enterprise Sports fcdftor All eight clubs of the new tion of regulations for hunting mourning doves In two of the three new management units established this year for the species. The department said the 1960 mourning rlovr call-count survey j indicated there has been a population increase of about 6 per cent for the nation as a whole since last year, and an increase of about 40 per cent since 1953. There were : increases of 5 and 14 per cent 'over last year in the eastern and backers appear ready to lose at:central management units and a j first In order to succeed in (he (drop of 10 per cent in the western ;end. Each club is assured l265,-\\in\i. 000 in television swag, which : The basic frameworks for sea- American Football League wlll! acts " a <; ushio , n ^ «•« onc or lsons and bag limits within which more of them fall flat on their (individual states may fix their own be in training by July 14 and by now the National League owners who threw rocks at the new alignment must realize that its progressive business. kissers. ! open seasons and other limitations The American League has still i include: , another advantage over thej Doves and band-tailed pigeons- proprietors mean llatR and unlamented All-Ameri-j individual states will select the 'can Conference in that there is | dates for their seasons within the Making the mistake the major j vastly more interest in profes- i period Sept. 1 through Jan. 15. baseball leagues are pulling, the! sional football now and because!conforming to the conditions of Last year the states In this unit had a season of 65 half days and bag and possession limits of 10 and 20. respectively. Rails, gallinules, wilson's snipe and woodcock— For rails and g a 11 i n n 1 e s, the states in the Atlantic. Mississippi and Central Flyways mayj select seasons between Sept 1 \ and Jan. 15 of the same length! as last year—70 consecutive full) days in the Atlantic, 50 consecu-i tive full days in the Mississippi; and Central. Shooting hours will ! be from sunrise to sunset. j The only change in bag limits is! a return to separate daily bag and; possession limits of 25 for sora rail. Last year the sora had to be included in the aggregate bag of all rails, a cut of 10 or more for sora. All states except Alaska may select a 30 consecutive full day season between Sept. 1 and Jan. National is responsible for its tne . v a™ all starting from scratch.'the framework established for; 15 for shooting on wilson's snipe, high - pressure opposition. Thei pau ' Brown of Cleveland got thejp a ch management unit. jThe daily bag and possession American League would notj.'U m P O" the All-American Con- in the. Eastern Management'limits will remain at eight. .Shoot- have been founded had not the fprence and was three yean Unit, consisting of all states east;ing hours will be from sunrise to young oilmen, Lumar Hunt andi**"* 81 * ot the other clubs before I of the Mississippi River arid in- DONT KEEP Yfflffl MONEY PROBLEM TO YOURSELF Bring It to HOUSEHOLD. Whauyv your mo ™* needs, you'll find the HFC office' manager and his staff well qualified to give yow money help, They're the best trained people In ttteir field and are backed by Household's 82 yearsf experience No wonder over 2 million people a ,1ear borrow with confidence from Household. Wh>r don't yo» drop in, too? 1 ' You ntaf borrow up to !|SBOO with up to 24 months to repa* you get more than money from HFC Ltfe tnmrtmee at group rate i» on all loan* OUSEHOLD FINANCE Bud Adams, been denied a Dallas and Houston franchise in the old wheel. After telling Hunt and Adams that it had no intention of expanding, the National League created an untenable situation it started. They never did catch j eluding Louisiana, a state may him. The American League competition and a full share of celebrities to sell. So, it's New York, Buffalo, Boston and Hous- sunset. Woodcock seasons will be the i ! have 70 consecutive half-days or | same as last year in the Atlantic, j has!two periods totaling 70 half days Mississippi and Central Flyway 123 W. Third Street, 2nd How PHONE: HOward 5-8871 QDM Friday evntogs MM I—One* Sotweapi Loans made to residents within a 100 mile rmSat of mourning dove hunting. Some states—40 consecutive full days states do not have open sea-1 between Oct. 1 and Jan. 15. Daily sons on mourning doves. Hunting'bag and possession limits are ton in the Eastern Division and! hours will be from noon local time'again four and eight, respectively. in Dallas by placing a well-stocked club there in opposition to the American League '-Texans. Thej result was a 10 million dollar antitrust suit. The American League has made almost unbelievable progress. It is batting a thousand against the established order to date—in court and in the scamper for preferred college players. In the three cases of conflicting contracts, Billy Cannon and Johnny Robinson, the Louisiana State halfbacks, went to Houston and Dallas of the American League, respectively and Charlie Flowers, the Mississippi fullback, to the Los Angeles club. The American signed 68 per cent of the stars in last fall's college output, giving it practically a corner on name players. This included the A11-America backfield of Cannon. Flowers, Richie j is a guy who not only wants to i Lucas of Penn State and North- Dallas. Denver, Los Angeles and!to sunset. The bag limit will be 12 Oakland in the Western. and the possession limit 24. Shooting hours will be sunrise to sunset. Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily NEW YORK (AP)—Benny (Kid)island toe to toe in vicious ex-;be remembered as a fellow who Paret is looking for new worlds j changes. Paret kept in close and! gave his all but also gave enough, to conquer, but not necessarily at | usual]y kept Hart from the risk of his still glittering welterweight crown. The Cuban buzz saw knocked} out Garnet (Sugar) Hart of Lindsay apparently realized ing his big guns. western's Ron Burton. The Buffalo Bills landed Lucas. Burton went to the Boston Patriots with Ger Schwedes, the Syracuse him- I Tuesday that he no longer could mary and numerous others. sixth round of their scheduled 10- round overweight bout. Immediately his manager, Manuel Alfaro, began mentioning names of champion or ex-champion mid When Hart did connect, Paret;give enough and retired from thej Houston grabbed the All-Amer- came back with redoubled fury, i National Hockey League after 16|jca tackles, Don Floyd of Texas Hart, who had knocked out 22; seasons — 13 with the Detroit Red Christian and Wisconsin's Dan Lanphear. The Oilers also lassoed Bob White, the Ohio State battering ram. This is just to give you a rough idea of how the adelphia Tuesday night in the | of Ws previous opponents, was not | Wings, and the last three with the encouraged by this habit. ! Chicago Black Hawks. Ths end came abruptly. Paret) The fiery star must have felt stepped back from a quick ex- - dleweights as an opponent for his " * phian on the button. He went down ' and didn't Quite make it by the tiger. "We're interested in *wv «w/^-, . D . »» •. /„ ., ,, „ , v. j time Referee Mark Conn insoni Gene Fullmer, Paul Pender j ^ ^^ or Carmen Basilic as an oppo-1 .. ' rent." he said, adding: "In anj overweight match, of course." i Alfaro said Paret would go toj Puerto Rico for a two-month restj and mentioned Paret would de-j fend his tile against Frederico' Thompson in the Garden Oct. 15. \ It was a heartbreaking defeat! for Hart, who had dreams of stop- j ping the Cuban and then demand- j ing a title match. He came in at i 153% ,to 152% for Paret. i He tjras behind on the cards of j both judges and the referee when j the end came, but he made itj dose' in every round of a slug-1 ging match which saw the two Frick Might Act in Case Of Vic Power NEW YORK <AP) — Baseball commissioner Ford Frick was expected to take some action today in the strange caw of Vic Power, the reluctant Indian. Power, a Cleveland first baseman, disappeared from the bench in Kansas City to tha first All-Star game Monday, and sent word that he was ill when Manager Al Lopez decided to use him in mid-game. "I haven't beeo able to reach everybody concerned yet," said Frick, obviously referring to Power. "There is no formal inquiry, but I am in the process of getting the facts together." Power made himself unavailable to all concerned, but Lopez was on band and had plenty to say. "I can't understand him," be said. "He was late getting to the game and told me be bad dizzy spells during the nigbt. It makes you wonder about the difference of attitude in the players, about their own desires of wanting to win. "I might point out that Ted Williams was used as a pinch hitter in the second and Mickey Mantle was taken out in me sixth. They're both pretty good country players and they managed to stay until the end to cheer the other guys on." a premonition of his coming retirement last season when he con- j American so abruptly cut in on fided: "Either I'm slowing up or'what would have been the elder these players are getting faster."!league's new talent. And don't Lindsay, who will be 35 before' think it didn't hurt, the month is out, was one of the; Each outfit is budgeted at a game's fiercest competitors. .million dollars and wealthy •> TIB ASSOCIATED PUP Keokuk QOl 030 lfJO-5 fl 2 Decatur 302 OH QOx-8 11 1 Keith, Milgendorf (7) and Saul; boo, Oelgado (9) and Duke gulmy (BO QOO 000—2 4 1 Kukonjo 000 100 3te-4 7 0 i Bonnabeau (8) and Frei- Walker and {toning r CUSHION Air circulates thru the back rest and thru seat. Cool and comfortable. 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