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MONDAY, JUNE 10,1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE NINETEEN and with Harold Brand Favorable Duck Report Ducks Unlimited of Canada reports that waterfowl breeding populations show an over-all increase from that of 1962. There has been more than normal rainfall in excess of VA to five inches in a wide area of the nesting region Although it is still early to make safe predictions, pintail and mallard broods have appeared in volume. Since the heavy rains of August of last August, the drouth of several years duration seems to have ended. The lack of water in nesting areas reduced the ov-. er-all duck populations to serious low levels. The bag limits and all other waterfowl regulations for this coming fall will depend upon normal or above normal rainfall in the nesting regions. Camping Boom Camping fees will be charged at Rock Cut State Park near Rockford beginning June 15, the Illinois Department of Conservation announced. A fee of 50 cents per cnmp site per night is charged at 26 conservation camping areas throughout the state. Funds collected are used to improve camping facilities. "Every year more Illinois families are finding that camping is fun," William T. Lodge, director of conservation said. "A total of 10,841 campers registered in Illinois parks in 1952. In 1962, the number had increased almost 27 times to 291,95(> registered camp- Fumls Needed "Illinois is delinquent in providing camping areas and facilities," Lodge continued. "A survey of 46 states having state park systems showed that we had the lowest park acreage per capita. We do not have one modern campsite now on any conservation property, and we need 10,000 modern sites. Fees charged by the Conservation Department for camping will pay only a small fraction of the urgently needed facilities." This column has told how the conservation department was denied needed funds by the Gen- eral Assembly at Springfield. The department received only a token amount of what was requested to improve facilities for all outdoor recreationists. The proposed 1 cent cigarette tax will help provide needed money. Sailing Regatta Winners The recent ninth annual Alton Lake Coast Guard Auxiliary Sailing Regatta at the Sea Scout Base attracted 52 entries, announced Wilder finger of the racing committee. This was the first year the race was sponsored by Flotilla 15. In previous years Flotilla 10 sponsored the event but since has been disbanded. Winners in order named were E Class: Jack Brereton, Sea Scout Base, Walton Morgan, Valley Sailing Assn.; Thistle Class: JI m I'helps, Harbor Point Sailing Assn. Bob Underbill, Valley Assn.; Y Flyers: Jay Burns and Bill Hutton, both of Valley Assn. Lightning Class: Dr. W. O. Gorla, Wilson It. Scott, Carbondale, III.; Large Miscellaneous: Ned Kosenbloin, Palisades Yacht Club, Don Roper, Harbor Point Yacht Club; X Class: Ship Flying Cloud, Ship Victory, Ship Christopher Columbus, all of the Sea Scout Base; Small Miscellaneous: David Cobb, Valley Assn., Ship Rebel, Sea Scout Base, Bob LJscher, Valley Assn. Minnesota Trip A lot of continuous rain failed lo prevent Mr. and Mrs. Everett ISIIcdgc, 8<11 Madison Ave., Wood River from catching a number of fish during a recent week at Lake View Camp situated between Black Water Lake and Mule Lake near Pine River, Minn. "We caught walleyes weiglu'ng six pounds and more," Elledge said. "Of numerus crappie taken, one weighed nearly three pounds. Our catches also included large bluegill and northern pike weighing up to six pounds. "One evening we caught 10 bass averaging two to three pounds and had to return them to the water as they were not in season," he continued. "It really hurt to put them back. We brought home ice chests packed with dressed fish. 150 Golfers, Entire Field For Open By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dow Finsterwald, Jack Fleck nd Deane Beman, all former na- ional champions, were among hose required to qualify over 36 loles of medal play today as the final stage of eliminations began o pick a 150-man field for the U.S. Open Golf Championship. Thirty berths in the champion. ,hip proper, scheduled June 20-22 at The Country Club, Brookltae, Mass., were at stake at six loca- Chateaugay Upsets Candy Spots at Belmont NEW YORK (AP) Trainer Jimmy Conway always has been regarded as strictly a ladies man in the training of thoroughbred champions, but he also knows a tiling or two about the colts — especially Belmont winner Chateau' guy- __ Chateaugay, who upset Candy Spots in the Kentucky Derby, then bowed to that California Dyer in the Prcakness, grabbed the rubber match in their thrilling Triple Crown duel Saturday at Aqueduct. The stunning result abruptly reversed the 3-year-old title speculation. Rex C. Ellsworth's Candy Spots was supposed to cement his claim, but John W. Galbreath's Chateau«ay 1'ocle high on the throne today. There was a chance last week that Chateaugay wouldn't even start in the Belmont, shifted this year to Aqueduct because the Belmont Park grandstand is creaking and tottering. It was the first time the race hadn't been staged at Belmont Park since 1905. They could have run il there, at Yankee Stadium, or down Broadway. Chateaugay and jockey Braulio Baeza permitted Willie Shoemaker on Candy Suols to set the slow pace, then blasted past them in midst retch to win the I'/a-mile classic by 2',i lengths. Until they turned into the home stretch, Chateaugay came outside for his winning bid. Candy Spots and Louis Lee Haggin 2nd's Chok er were in front, but both came off the rail. Baeza shot Chateau gay down the inside and it was all over. ions. Finsterwald, former PGA hamp, was among 31 pros and amateurs seeking seven berths in he Cincinnati sectional. Fleck, ormer Open king, headed the ield of 42 going after nine berths at Chicago, and Beman, former U.S. and British Amateur titlist, vas among 31 trying for six berths at Washington, D.C. Else- vhere, there were two spots available at Denver, four at Kansas 3ty and two at Portland, Ore. Ninety-nine places are to be illed in the Tuesday eliminations, bringing to 129 the number of survivors from an original non- >xempl list of 2,403. Of the sntry ist of 2,424, defending champion Jack Nicklaus and 20 others re ceived total exemptions from the two stages of qualifying. Irish Edge Western Mich For Track Title SOUTH BEND. Ind. (AP) — Collegiate Track and Field Championship today on the strength of a second place in the' mile relay which nosed out Western Michi;an in the point totals. The Irish tallied 64y 2 points to Western Michigan's 63. Iowa, winner of the mile relay, was third with 36 a /2 and Wayne State was fourth with 21 in the meet at Notre Dame Saturday. Bill Boyle, Notre Dame's mile relay anchor man, beat Western Michigan's anchor man to the tape by 10 yards to score 8 points lo Western's G and overcome half-point deficit. Boyle also tied Iowa's Gary Hollingsworth for first in the two- heat 440-yard run. Notre Dame produced three individual win ners — John Salzman in the Griffith Regains Welterweight Title By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)—After three fights and 40, rounds, Emile Griffith and Luis Rodriguez are as close as a couple of teen-agers in a movie balcony. Chances are they'll fight again. Chances are that it will be close, controversial and inconclusive. "Sure, I'd fight him again," iriffith said after he had regained the world welterweight tile for a record third time with split, 15-round decision over the Cuban exile Saturday night. "We gave them a rematch," Rodriguez' manager Angelo Dundee said with obvious bitterness. "I hope they have the courtesy to give us one." Griffith, a 24-year-old native of the Virgin Islands who now lives in New York, won the first fight with Rodriguez, a split, 10-round New Zealander Leads Drivers FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium (AP) — Bruce McLaren oi New Zealand, who landed second place n the Belgian automobile Grand Prix on the Francorchamps road circuit, has taken over the lead n the standings for the world driving championships. McLaren, driving a Cooper-Climax of the official Cooper team, nteved into second place in the •ace Sunday when the leaders, Britain's Jimmy Clark and Dan Gumey, Riverside, Calif., slowed down when a driving rain storm drenched the course. Clark, driving a Lotus-Climax of the official Lotus team, won it in 2 hours, 27 minutes, 47.6 seconds an average of 113.789 miles pei hour over the 32-lap, 280 mile course. 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Saturday, a crowd of 8,081 and national television audience aw Griffith regain the crown in split decision. Referee Jimmy )evlin and judge Tony Rossi voted for Griffith, 9-6 and 8-7 in xnmds. Judge Joe Armstrong had t 10-5 for Rodriguez. "I beat him inside," Griffith aid later. Ringside writers didn't agree. A >ll of the writers actively cover- ng the fight had it in favor of lodriguez 9-4. The AssociateH •ress had Rodriguez in front 8-6-1. A majority of the writers cover- ng the Los Angeles fight, won by lodriguez, favored Griffith. Each fighter went in at 146 '2 rounds. They were even money at ight time. Rodriguez 40,000, Griffith $37,500. BOWL HAVEN •lunlors No. 2 Boys — Heinkel 179. Wickenhauser 147. Girls — Murphy 113. Junior No. I BOYS — Butler 233. 202 (604V, TOKYO — Foreign Investment in Japanese stocks is growing. ST. ANDREWS. Scotland collected how a 78-year-old steward of the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews viewed the outcome of the 1963 British Amateur Golf Championship. The steward, Boh Lister, a native ot St. Andrews, was on duty the famous 17th "road hole" of the Old Course last week Poole 179. Hard 183. Lowery 182. |_"\VeIl. us Yanks can't win them Ducommum 172. Girls — Lilly l a u." 176, Steiger 166. K. Steiger 163. Ken Lang Captures NAIA Tennis Meet KANSAS CITY (AP) — Pan American's No. 3 player, stubby Ken Lang, was a surprise winner of the singles title. leading the team from Edinburg, Tex., Jo its third straight NAIA tennis championship Saturday. Land, a 22-year-old senior from Richmond. Calif., bounced teammate Jerry Wortelboer, the No. 1 seed. 6-2, 6-1. in the semifinals. Then the fourth-seeded Lan^ whipped Don Kierbow of Corpus Christ i U, 2-6. 6-2, 6-3. for the championship. when the entire American Walker Cup team was shot down. Michael Lunt of England won I the title, beating another English-1 man, John Blackwell. 2 and 1. in, Saturday's 36-hole final. Lnnlj eliminated the defending champion Dick Davies of Pasadena, j Calif, in Friday's quarter-finals, j The old town of St. Andrews was geared for a multitude but after Friday's quarter-finals and semifinals in which Davies, Ed Updcgraff of Tucson. An/... Dick Sikcs of Springdalo, Ark., and Ron Ltiseti of San Francisco were beaten, the people stayed away inj? droves. One by one the Americans were Milton Road Barbershop 1!24 MILTON ROAD Next Door to Camp Electric Specializing in Flat Top And All Styles of Haircut* Children Welcome BILL WOOTEN, Prop. DELCO SUPER RIDE SHOCK ABSORBERS at AL'S SINCLAIR SERVICE Washington at Salu, 462-8272 Ex-Champion Root Dies at Age 83 LOS ANGELES (AP) — Tile world's first light - heavyweight boxing champion. John (Jack) whipprd ' in the ., matc ur. starting j KLUMP BOAT & MOTOR 1319 Milton Rd. 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