Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on May 31, 1963 · Page 17
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FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVENTEEN Outdoors With Harold Itrmul liass Fishing Tips I! you are planning on going after bass this weekend, here are some tips -gy Ken Trrponlng, 330 Mclnerney Ave., who has caught hundreds of bass already this year: ' "I find to catch bass in the river, and backwaters from the rivers including Long Lake, Swan Lake and so on, the best lure until the middle of June is the Johnson silver minnow with a pork strip. Cast the lure toward shore .from a boa' and retrieve slowly so that it travels close to the bottom. "The reason is thai bass are feeding on shad and shiners and this is the closest lure in resembling Ihc'm. Any dfl.itcs or ditches between lakes are also good where the water. is moving. Bass lie around the moillh of the dhutes waiting for hail fish to swim by. The Johnson lure is also weed- less which lets you cast without danger of losing it. Otlior Lur«M "Large shiners lied or skewered on weedless hook with a spinner are also good buss lures but split shot is necessary lo help weigh the lure for casting. Put the shot on the. line about six to eight inches above the bait so as not to bother the action while retrieving. "Lucky 13 also is a good lure as well as a Fred Abei-glass Sputcr- fluss which are both weedless. These lures are most effective from dawn until 10 a.m. and from 4 p.m. until dark. Afler Ihe middle of June, the best lime lo catch larger bass is after dark. Easily Made Terpening also makes his own for catching carp and channel calfish in the river. Here is his recipe: "The best dough bait formula is to keep it simple. Use flour and water and any sweet smelling cheese which is all lhat is necessary. I prefer to use swiss cheese. Mix the flour, water and grated cheese into a firm dough. "Prepare a pan of boiling water with a pinch of salt for each two quarts. Pinch off the doughballs ihout the size of a small marble. Make about a dozen doughballs by rolling in your hands and then lroi> them into the boiling water "When the doughballs rise, take them oul and place upon a piece of screen to harden. They will feel like a rubber ball and also will remain on a hook all day. "If fishing below Alton Locks ani Dam, find out what the flour mill is processing that day and :idd it to your doughhall. For example if the mill is unloading Wheat, put in a little bran and wheaties or if unloading corn, add corn meal to the doughballs." Free TiwkUi CHnlc Millies Bail Shop, 2820 East Broadway has announced that a Tackle Clinic is scheduled Satin clay and Sunday from 10 a.m. to (i p in. Hill Hughes of James Heddon' 1 ? Sons Tackle Co., Dowagiac, Mich., will answer, casting, rod, reel, line and lure problems as well as offer many tips to catch more fish. Water Pollution Walcr pollution remains one ol the most severe hazards to goot fishing, according to reports from the U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. The agency reports that more than 7,000,0(X. fish were destroyed by water pollution last year. Tin.- :19K2 total does not include a massive single kill of an estimated :'.7.8 million fish which look place in San Diego Harbor in Aug-j list of 191)2. Industrial wastes killed more than 1.1 million fish, mining operations accounted for 700,000 and agricultural poisons 91,000. Raw sewage destroyed millions of fish in various rivers. Construction is now underway in many cities lo remove pollution from the Illinois and Mississippi River. Up until about 1930 fishing was at its best in those two rivers but -has declined considerably since, according to old timers. It is believed that removing pollution will restore fishing in a short time as fish arc most prolific. Sox Win Pair, Cubs Split With New York AltonOwner'si Horse Victor Get Illini Awards CHICAGO (APi — HIP Chicago Whit Sox have erased a four- game losing streak and have a hvo--an.p winning string Roini: as Ihpy open a slant! against Sox tonight. The Sox shifted Iriumpl and dropping the nightcap 2-1. They move into Philadelphia to start week end action tonight. The Sox came from behind in the first game with a four-run third inning. After the Trih. had U'ears hv tak-ilied it. Ron Hansen'.. No. !S homer week^ end home the Bo.slon Red t(,i ;i I-- margin thai stood up. Singles by Pete U'ard. Kli (I kohiiison am Han- flv blcsse. owned CHAMPAIGN — Ron Ay res and Hershell Gill, former Alton High School track team members, were awarded freshman track letters at land i..\P) .— No-'the University of Illinois. Athletic a Mrs. John Olin Director Doug Mills announced lo- ol Alton. III., lived up to expect a -, c | av . tions todav and cantered to anj virlorv in the Oaks classic, i sen. and Nellie hriv.dil i" the Kn\' sacrifice run>. Jo'inuv Bii/haid 1 I lie easy Noblesse started al Ml oddsi and was the hottest favorite for!'* » sophomore. the Oaks since Sun Chariot won j Boli Goulding of Alton was !awarded ;\ varsity golf letter. He Sox starter ,'. Conlcy 12-2 >. The Cubs ing a doubeheader Thursday from | in the sixth launched the Sox to Cle\eland 8-4 and 4-2. The Cubs.ja victory which was padded oulj| ll( , , >|)enov W j ( i, ; , HI-run fourth meanwhile, split with the Mets : wi(h three runs in the eighth. jj nn j nK („ back LRIT\ Jackson to in New York, winning the open-i The Sox came from behind 1 12-0 for ther fourth straight|again in the niehtcap with four O'Dell Runs Mark To 8-0 With Win st Boston's Geiiejf,,,. Kina George VI at 1-4 in 1942., Photographs gave Spree second jarrcil the Mets in place and Pouponne third. Both ( are British owned. | Spree was 100-8 and Pouponne T-."i record. Cubs sent 1ti By JIM IIACKLKMAN Associated I'ress Sports Writer After years of struggling to reach the break-even point, Billy O'Dcll has pitched his way to the plus side of the ledger. And as an added asset, the left- ing by U-o in the second game Hank Aaron paced (he Milwau-jth'' kee. attack as the Braves beat Donlphia. men to the plate in the big frame collecting (i hit>- and 7 walks. There also was a double steal and one Mel error involved. Jay Hook stifled the Cubs on jlwo hits in Ihe m.sjhtcap. Duke i Snider balled in both Nc\v York ; runs off Glen Hobbie with a i homer and a single. i The Cubs will send .Bob Buhl 'i.'i-li against Chris Short il--li in •ies opening in 33-1 in a field ot nine tunners. Granite City Advances to State Meet STAUNTON — Granite Citv Philadcl-' 1 " 1 ' 8 ' 1 Scno °' advanced'lo the IHSA I.State Baseball Tournament Thurs, ' Drysdale. whacking his 13th homer, a double and single. Spahn took a (i-1 lead into Ihe eighth inning but then was tagged for Jim Gilliam's homer. Tommy Davis' Johnson Meets III REAR ENGINE RUNNER UP TV Fi%hl INDIANAPOLIS— Colin Chapman, British designer and builder of the Lotus Ford, confers Thursday with driver Jim Clark of Scotland, who piloted bander currently owns the nlosl third single. Bill Skowron's double and a triple by John Roseboro. profitable record in big iime base- . Claud Raymond held olf the ball-a perfect 8-0. Dodgers the'rest of the way. pre- O'Dell. 30. won his eighth in a: so| . ving Spahn's seventh vic t°O'.i^v'yVright' San;against three losses. i,.!,.' „ ,,r row Thursday night as the |day afternoon by edging Spring! field Griffin, 5-4. ! Granite City now advances to | the State Meet at Peoria next 'weekend where it will meel the utSalle-Peru Sectional winner jThursday. ! Granite took a 1-0 lead in the : bottotn of the second and held LAS VEGAS Nev lAPi-Light ; « ^ lead Soing into the fifth i champion Harold.^ 1 ""' tied the count with two Johnson of Philadelphia hopes ^ms, but the Warriors came back n Francisco Giants topped the Cin-j Tht , Cardinals collected eight , t | ui , a [ am ili 1U ' pattern in i Mxin g with two of their own. Griffin scor- Big Hitch in Switch Pitching Rigney LOS ANGELES (API—Manager Bill Rigney of the Los Angeles Angels faces no serious opposition in his bid to repeat as -.ihampion pitcher-switcher. Only this year he may have to use even more aspirins than pitchers. Last season, when the Angels pulled off their astonishing third- place finish, Rigney slat-red and changed pitchers 507 times. By September, the electric eavt used to transport pitchers from the bullpen to the mound had almost as much mileage as I ho l<-am plane. . But the formula worked. The produced than ths more Lone Angel bullpen happy endings Ranger. At the rale he's going, Rigney will use even more pitchers this year. Only now he is changing much of the lime because he has to. not because he wants to. ' "Last year," he said, "wo weic ahead a lot of times and I could bring in a good relief man to hold the lead. This year we're not scoring. "So now a lot of iimes we've Reichardt Leads Big 10 With .429 Mark ' CHICAGO (AP) - Left fleldet Fred Reichardt of Wisconsin won the Big Ten baseball butting crowr. with .429, final 19H3 statistics ' showed today. Reichardt, who also was tops 'in total bases with 37 and home runs with 5, is the first Badgci to win the title since Jim Ack- •eret in 1945. Outfielder Jim Reed of _ Ohio "Slate was second with .405, fol • lowed by Al Silver-man, OSU ' .386; Jerry Renner of champion 'Illinois, .381; Jon Andresen, Minnesota, .379; Chuck Falk, Northwestern, .370; John Hines. Michigan State, .370; Jim Freese, Iowa, .3132; Dave Hirtz, Northwestern, ,353', and Mel Garland, Purdue, 351 ; Other individual leaders includ- • ed Andresen with 16 runs and 22 •hits; Pal Richler, Wisconson, 17 ! RBl's; Mike Mulligan, Minnesota, 6 doubles; Tony Provenzano, Illi' nois, and Ken Peters, OSU, 7 stolen bases each. ! The winningesl pitcher was Illi; nois' Jerry Weygandt with 5-0 • and a 1.71 earned run average ' Other pitching tops were: ERA— iBob Purkhiser, Purdue, 0.74; • complete games and most innings : -r-Frltz Fisher, Michigan, 5 and 1 45; Strike outs — Jack Nutter, , MSU, 40. 1 Team leaders included: Bat. .' ting—OSU, .285; Iowa .274; Wis ' cOnsin .273; Illinois .272; fielding • ^OSU .954; Wisconsin .953; Min' nesota .953; Michigan .950; pitch' ! ing (based on ERA)-Michigan I 2,50; Illinois 3.W* OSU 3.25, Mhv nesota 3.42. O ol a pitcher in there who's doinj a good job bul I've got lo take lim out for a pinch hitter—got to ry to get some runs." Thursday Rigney used six more pitchers—running his lolal for Ihe season lo 153—as the Angels got only one runner beyond second and lost 3-0 to Detroit. BOWLING ROWL AHKNA Thurs. Mixed Men — Guess 225, Ingram 194 191 (555); Jouett 197, 215 (549); Lain 1 197, 207 (578); Leonbergei 197. Women — Warner 177, Blevins 200, 207 (573); Ingram 211 (523); Heafner 170, Martin 169 BOWIv HAVEN \V«Ml. No. 1 Mixed Women — Sanders 187, Robin son 17G, Brunjes 165, 1(50, Kroe ger 164. Men — Bowers 208, Me Milan 201, Ronbison 203. Wed. No. 2 Mixed Women — Redd 169, Kallal 169 163, Kicld 160, Keith 163, LaPintt 167. Men — Kallal 201, 267 (659); Beattie 213 223 (610); Redd 234 Lambie 233, Lapinta 225. BOWL INN Wed. Mixed l.winue Ladies — Holi 197, Renken 172, 178. Men — Ryder 202, Harrison 205. CHERRY HILL, N.J. (AP)- I'rainer 'Mesh Tenney kind of let 'the horse out of the bag" af^i ho 5121,100 Jersey Derby al Garden Slale Park. He, too, had been vorricd about the -ibility of Candy Spots lo run on an ol'f track Afler Candy Spois whipped five ,tliei 3-year-olds in Ihe I'/n-m'.le Jeisey, however, Tenney, with ai- nosl a sigh of relief, commented: 'm sure now he can go on any {i.>l of track." The Garden State Irack was isie.d as good Thursday, bul was on the wet side. Tenney, who trains the chestnut coll owned by Rex Ellsworth, of California, had dodged artfully most questions about Candy Spots' the car in the 500 mile speed classic, racer in the pits. (AP_Wircj»lioto) Candy Spots Wins Jersey Derby Clark had the U-innati Reds 5-1 with the help ofj unramcd nms against the Colts. ; _ a punches against a boxer l,edjts final run in the sixth. j homers by rookie Cap Peterson | w | lo com milted five errors in los-^oesn'l prevail in bis title match t'"' 11 ' 1 ^ P;1 PP started for t land Felipe Alou, the relict work| ing tlle j r fifth in a row. SI. Louis' vith Willie Paaslrano Saturday 'Warriors ""d went 5 2-3 innn jof Boh Bolin, and his own infield j bi g inning was the six-run third. j,,j.;hl. H(> was roli( -' vtld b - v Tm '- v Koi iwiinrln !,,T|*,I.-, Iliri rYilif innrln Ihpnn nrrnr^: I __. . . . , .. . "1 tllC SlXtll. 1 app gOt Ule \ jbig inning was Hie six-run tlurd. jnJMht. iwhen the Colt.s made three errors j T , )(1 oham|)joll , ,-H. frankly wants The one-time Baltimore bonus (and Stan Musial belted a tl"w-j|| u , challenger from North Miami baby, who was traded lo the un homer—the -171sl of his w»-j Bc . lc |, to w)mo to |,i m a ,,d noli abilily lo run on anything bul a Giants in 1959. went into the year with a 63-66 mark to show for six ! seasons plus in the majors. Now | he's rolling and so are the Giants, I with a 2',/2-garne lead in the Na- lllinois Wins Playoff Game CHAMPAIGN, III. (AP) - Illinois and Western Michigan scored opening victories in the double- elimination District No. 4 NCAA baseball playoffs and will meet in the second round today. Illinois, the Big Ten champion, romped over Valparaiso 13-2 Thursday. Valpo's Jack Todhunt er, formerly of Fenger High. Chicago, tripled in the ninth inning to hit safely in his 30th slraight game—y collegiate record. Western Michigan, Mid-America conference champion, edged Notre Dame 2-1 to boost its record lo 22-3. The Broncos pushed over the deciding run in the last of Ihe ninth. Noire Dame and Valpo will meet in today's other game. The district winner will be crowned Saturday and qualify foi the NCAA finals in Omaha June 1014. fast track. He sort of whistled in, the dark about the whole thing. Today, as he moved Candy Spots to New York for the next week's Belmont Stakes, Tenney is confident. He believes be has a horse destined for greatness. Most experts now are inclined to agree with him. Off his winning performance in the Preakness two weeks ago, and his triumph in the Jersey Candy Spots appears the class of this year's 3-year-olds. Apparently, bis lone defeat in a nine i'ace career—a third in the: Kentucky^Debry—was just one of those tilings. His Jersey triumph might best be described as a lucrativj workout for the Belniont.. By surging in Ihe stretch lo a l?i length victory over Gel Around, a ionacious Hit oulclissed coil from Ihe Maine .Chance Fami, Candy Spots earnud $78,715'ior KHsv Uonal League race. Also in Ihe NL, Warren Spahn recorded his 334th pitching victory as Ihe Milwaukee Braves' beat the runner-up Los Angeles Dodgers 7-4; Ihe St. Louis Cardinals trimmed the Houston Colts 9-5; Ihe Chicago Cubs whacked the New York Mels 12-0 before the Mets look a 2-1 decision behind Jay Hook's two-hit pitching; and Pitlsburgh splil with Philadelphia. Ihe Pirales winning Ihe opener 7-1 and the Phillies squeez- vith relief help from Ed Baula. i nd Dick Fan-ell the loser. The Cubs put together the biggest single inning splurge of the season with their 10 runs in the! ourth of the opener against the Vlets. Sixteen Cubs batted against oser Al Jackson, Larry Bearnarth and Don Rowe. NHL Considers Rule Changes MONTREAL (AP) — The Na tional Hockey League is sched uled to consider rules changes, a proposal to start the Stanley C playoffs later and possibly the re turn of the American Hockej League to draft status at its an and at the same lime got in a nual three-day meeting openi'i tightener fur the Bei.i'.onl. ilvlfiidav. and innings Kofahl tlie the took the eer. Ray Satlecki was irun away in their 15 round na-i the winner| |iona | ly ,' dpvi . scd , A BC> bout. ' [ oss I "If F Larry Jackson coasted in with six-hit shutout and now is 7-5. Hook received key offensive support in the second s;ame from Duke Snider, who knocked in both Met runs with his ".'JTth career lomer and a single. Hook. 2-5, set down 21 Cubs in order at one stretch. The loss went lo Glen Hobbie, 1-4. Jerry Lynch banged his first lomer since returning to the Pirates from the Reds and Don Cardwell registered a neal eight- hitter in Pitlsburgh's loul of Philadelphia. The Phils gained a split in the second game squeaker, taking Ihe lead by scoring four times in the fifth and adding the deciding marker in the sixlh. Wes Coving- Ion's two-run pinch homer highlighted the Phils' big inning. he lights." Johnson . "somebody is going to get down. "1 won't say it will be him or me but—." Johnson's manager. Pat Olivieri cut in: "Pastrano will be the one lo go down. When Harold explodes a tomb on his jaw. the lights will go out." Pastrano. who learned his trade in his nalive New Orleans, has never been knocked off his feet in 83 fighls. "This will be the first time." Olivievi declared. Bogie Redinon Gets Illinois Track Award CHAMPAIGN — Allen Carius, Morton junior distance runner, has been elected captain of Illinois' 1964 track team. Carius won Big Ten indoor and outdoor two- mile titles this year. Three members of Illini track team who did not win letters dur- 'ng indoor season have b e-e n iwwaed monograms on basis ot outdoor competition, pouglas R. Wills, director of athletics, announced today. They are; Bogie Redmon. Collinsville; Lyman Larson, Urbana; and Mike Holbrook, Riveiton, N.J. (Downers Grove). COLFIJNG NOTES Ellsworth Kcllerhouse of Alton sunk a hole-in-one last Saturday at trie Rock Spring Country Club. Kellerhouse was playing w i t h hrs son, John, Don Defrates and Jim McBrien. The hole-in-one oc- cuiTf-d on the 107-yard, par three seventh hole. Truck Letter GALKSBURG — James L. Sea- i.'o .von of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. ol Alton and a senior at Khox College, lias been awarded ii vursity "K" in track for the !!)»:•; season, the athletic department of "Old Siwush" announe- •••d tixlay. 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St. Louis Ave. E. ALTON—CL 4-8712 Granite's record is now 23-S. Dave Downey Awarded Top Illinois Medal CHAMPAIGN — Dave Downey, Canton senior in University of llliiv.iis College of Commerce, has been awarded the 1963 Illinois Conference Honor Medal for proficiency in scholarship and athletics, Dohglas R. Mills, director of athletics, announced today. Downey was an outstanding member of Illinois' basketball learn for three years, and set Illiiv single game and c a r e e i scormg marks. Sales and Service IMMEDIATE DELIVERY on all 1963 MODELS HAROLD'S PLACE CL 4-3706 131 E. FERGUSON AVE. WOOD RIVER Outboard-Inboard Motors Sales and Service IMMEDIATE DELIVERY on all 1963 MODELS Mure 00, (i h.p $262 Merc 110, 9.8 h.p $357 Merc 300, 20 li.p $«8 Merc 350, 35 h.n $537 Merc 500, 50 h.p.. $628 Merc 650, «5 h.p $014 Merc 850, 85 h.p $1,093 Merc 1000, 100 h.p $1,248 GET THE FAMILY SIZE FROM YOUR DEALER Put it on a boat and put thsm in water. You immediately have fun . . . enough for the whole family. They all come in small packages but in different itrengths. You ean get instant fun (a new 1963 Mercury outboard) from your Mercury dealer. He will put a new Merc on the boat of your choice and match ths power to the boat. There's a wide range from which to make your selection ... 6 to 100 horsepower, in 2, 4, and 6-cylinder in-line out boards. The instant fun shown above is the new Merc 650 ... 65 hp, the most powerful 4-cylinder outboard ever built by Mercury. It has the same pistons, piston rods and robust gear case as the mighty Merc 1UUO . .. Mercury's 100 hp outboard. Its new balanced manifold system lets it idle smoothly and it will pop skiers out of the water with ease. The Merc 650 is truly a family-size outboard. Visit your Mercury dealer and see all the new Mercs. He'll show you that erm the family tize is lite economy «<;«'. Mercs give you more RUN for your money. 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