Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 20
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 20

Alton, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE TWENTY-ONE mid Outrtwrs with Harold Brand The use of natural baJts and their advantages Is explained by the outdoor writer for the Kickhaefer Corp., Fond du Lac, Wis. A full creel is more assured with such baits. The Real Thing Somewhere in the development of fishing techniques and tackle to today's standards, the ancient art of dunking a worm got sidetracked. The bait fisherman has become an outcast in his own camp, comment some purist anglers. D1 s- dain for the use of live insects, rodents, amphibians and other forms of water creatures is universally reflected by tackle boxes bulging with lures of every shape, size and color. In relying heavily on artificials, most anglers have neglected a method of fishing that is every bit as fascinating and demanding. Understanding baits and their use is one sure appoach to mastering the fundamentals of the sport, yet quite a few fishermen have blithely ignored this step of training. With th eexceptlon of worms and minnows, resorted to when everything else fails, little evidence is seen of the other natural foods that constitute the bulk of fish diets. Yet there are dozens of otoher creatures which will take fish of every species with amazing results. Where Bait IN Found When was the last time you saw anyone digging lampreys from the bottom of a stream? Or pulling leeches from the underside of a sunken log? Or harnessing up live salamanders? Maybe you did these things as a youngster and caught fish. Maybe not. Today it's unusual to hear of these methods, rarer, still, to actually use them. The fishermen who know nat- ural foods, where to obtain them, and how they must be fished is a man of considerable angling knowledge. When he does snap on an artificial, note veteran fishermen, he can usually fish circles around companions. A good bait fisherman should be admired, not scorned; after all, he's simply giving the fish what they prefer. BOWLING BOWL INN Tuesday Men Ryder 200; Secori 224; Corfiatis 208; Tindall 203, 207; Woodyard 212; Harszy 208, 212; Elam 232. ACME 32 LANES Tuesday Mixed Women — Purdy 200, . Puvdy 148, Landre 154, Stephens 185, Stonestreet 176, Allen 167, Waggoner 169. Men — Waggoner 193 (571); Hood 219,' Czelny 190, Kelly 238, 211 (609). SPORTSMAN'S MA1NTAII BOAT'S RNISH ALTHOUGH BOATS USED IN FRESH MATER DON'T RB3UIRE CLEANING A3 OFTEN AS THOSE USED IN SALT WATER, HERE'S HOW ID MAINTAIN VARIOUS TYPES: SCRUB ALUMINUM BOATS wrm DILUTED HOUSEHOLD AMMONIA, OR HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER, THEN APPLY 1 OB 8 COATS OF AUTOMOBILE WAX. SCRUB FIBERGLAS BOAF3 WITH SOAR, RINSE? THEN APPLV AUTOMOBILE WAX. SCRUB WOODEN BOATS PAINTED FINISH WITH HOUSEHOLD DETER- QBtfT, RINSE WITH FRESH WATER. Takes No Chances PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP — A sportscaster interviewing Arizona State University basketball Coach Ned Wulk referred to him as Wilks, Wulks and Walk. Afterward, Wulk explained that his name was W-U-L-K and had been for several seasons. Replied t: h e commentator: "Are you sure?" A Bare Ace TUCSON. Ariz. (AP)—A. J Hasvvell of Oklahoma City dropped his tee shot about 12 inches from the hole on the 145- yard 13th hole at the Skyline Country Club. Skyline owner Leonard Savage said he, too, put his shot on the green, it bumped Haswell's ball and pushed it in to give the Oklahoman a hole-in-one. Spanieling Wins 2 Races At Speedway GODFREY — Wib Spaulding of Jranite City won both the first leat and the feature event of the modifieds at the Godfrey Speedway Tuesday night. Other modified winners included: Dave Hollls second heat, Art Pauley of South Roxana third heat and Bill Peuterbaugh of Roxana handicap event. The winners of the amateur events were Sonny Burton of St. lharles, Mo. first race, and Loren VIorelano of Alton second race. The winning fenderbenders included Louis Jannsen of Moro and George Gruenfelder of Grante City. Each race had a guaranteed purse of $750. A combined midget and super modified program will be presented Sunday night. Boros, Arnie Shoot for Top Money CLEVELAND (AP)-U.S. Open winner Julius Boros and Arnold Palmer, who says he's about over .he "two-day virus" that struck iim last week, can top the Professional Golf Association's record money winnings for a single year by winning the $100,000 Cleveland Open starting Thursday. Neither kept an exact score in practice rounds Tuesday over the Beechmont Country Club conise The $22,000 first-place money here would put both Boros anc Palmer over the current record $81,448, set by Palmer last year Palmer leads the field this year with $63,545. Boros is second with $59,680. Jack Nicklaus, who has won $58,690 this year, also played the 6,618-yard, par 71 course Tuesdaj but didn't announce his score. Sam Snead snipped three strokes off par for the front nine with a 32. Palmer said he thought abou. 270 for the 72 holes would win the tournament. That's 14 under par Juan Pizarro Ready To Reach Stardom Won on Rebounding LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP)—Re bounds often are the key to sue cess in basketball. Thus, when the University of Kentucky set a Southeastern Conference recorc with 102 grabs against Temple in 1954, it's no surprise that the Wildcats won the game. Th> score: 79-61. CHICAGO (AP) — After seven rustrating years in the majoi eagues, Juan Pizarro, a Puerto an fire-balling southpaw, appears ready to assume the star- lorn long predicted for him. Pizarro pitched the Chicago White Sox to a 2-1 victory over he New York Yankees Tuesday night and lifted his club into a irtual tie for first place with the jerennial American League cham- )ions. Off to the greatest start of his career, Pizarro boosted his rer;- ird to 9-3 and lowered his earned run average to 2.02. He limited he Yankees to five hits, struck 11 and benefited from Floyd lobinson's tie-breaking home run n the seventh inning off Ralph 'erry, who turned in a three-hit >erformance. Sox Manager Al Lopez was not oo keen over Pizarro's antics last pring. Pizarro was a holdout and lid not sign until a week before tie Sox broke camp at Sarasota. Being a holdout didn't help him any since Pizarro signed for the iame amount General Manager 3d Short offered him in October. "It was less than he received :he previous year," said Short, 'but we might revert to his 1962 contract if he continues the way SPORTSMAN'S HANDLING FISH FOR LEAST FIRM? HANOI-ING 13 PERHAPS Tt« PROOF COVERING OF SLIME ON A FISH PREVENTS LOSS OF BOD/ FLUIDS, PREVENTS SKIN DISEASE? AND IT REDUCES FRICnOH IN 6WIMMING. IN HANDLING FISH TOO WISH TO RELEASE UNHARMED, BE GENTLE WITH IT IF YOUR HANDS ARE WET, LESS SLIME COMES OFF BUT YOU NEED A TIGHT GRIP WHICH MAY INJURE RSH INTERMM.UV. DRV HANDS REMOVE MORE SLIME, BUT WITH LIGHTER GRIP, PISH IS LEAST HitJUKEDk PEOPLE STOPPERS When your car stops suddenly In a collision or emergency, the people inside keep going with tremendous force. What stops them? The windshield. Steering wheel. Dash. Too often with tragic results. Or, seat belts stop people. Safely. With a seat belt, when your car stops •uddenly, you "stay put." You main- tain a vital Margin of Safety between your body and serious injury. The National Safety Council says that If everybody used seat belts, at least 5,000 lives could be saved a year,.. terlous injuries reduced by one third. Protect your loved ones and yourself. Install seat belts throughout your car... end buckle up for safety I WITH SEAT BELTS WITHOUT SEAT BEITS One ol a series ol advertisements presented by the Alton Evening Telegraph as a public service e is going." Pizarro, obtained in a deal with ilihvaukee in 1961, had a 14-7 ecord with the Sox in his first merican League campaign. 1/as-t ear he slumped to 12-14 and ritics claimed that although he ad tremendous ability, he would ever reach stardom. Now Pizarro has his chance. At he rate he is pitching he could nnex 20 or more victories and ossibly lead the league in strike- uts. He fanned 11 Yankees Tuesday ight for a season total of 97 and ot himself out of a jam in the inth inning by striking out the angerous Tony Kubek with the yJH6 run on third. "I didn't have the control I had r hen I beut Cleveland last week 2-0) but 1 was faster tonight," aid Pizarro. "I think I have a ood chance for my best season i the majors." The Yankees weren't concerned ver Pizarro's form. They were uming over a call in the sixth niiing which enabled the Sox to e the game and go on to a ourth Chicago victory over the Yorkers without defeat this eason. The Yankees took a 1-0 lead in ic sixth inning on Roger Maris" un-scoring single. In the bottom of the sixth, Ron Hansen led eft w'th a double and scored the tying run jn Mike Hershberger's two-out single. The Yankees claimed the bal 1 was foul, but umpire John Rice called it fair. The ball was hit sharply and Rice had to jump oul of the way. But the crowd of 46,177—largest of the season for the Sox—was overjoyed by the call. The turn out boosted the total for the first two of the four game series to 88,925, putting the Sox 128,831 ahead of last season and pushing them over the half million mark The Sox will send Gary Peters (4-3) against Whitey Ford (10-3) tonight in quest of their fifth straight over New York this year The Chicago Cubs defeated the New York Mets Tuesday night 4-! beliind Larry Jackson, who scorec his ninth victory in 16 decisions Jackson yielded nine hits, but the only score off him was Duke Snider's 12th home run. The Cubs tied it in the fifth and then broke the game oper with three runs in the seventl when Billy Williams singled homi the tie breaker and Ron Santi banged in two insurance runs \vitl a single. The Cubs meet the Mets agai today with Bob Buhl (6-5) goin^ against Al Jackson (6-7). GOLFING NOTES nee second and Mrs. Anna Beach lird. In 18-hole play, Mrs. Nancy Hutchinson and Mrs. Irene Wisk- JERSEYVILLE GUESTS The ladies of the Jerseyville 'ountry Club were guests of the Jreater Alton Women's Golf Association at Rock Spring Tuesday. The winners for Jerseyville were Helen Graham, Dorothy Gledhill and Mary Lou Worshem. Franci; Chipman won most putts and Hilda Norton had the highest score on one hole. For the Alton women Mrs Charles Springman had the mosi putts, Mrs. Robert Cannady the highest score for one hole, anc Mrs. Carl Mugge and Mrs. G. C Davis low gross. In the championship flight Mrs Mugge had low putts and Mrs Blanche Davis low net. In the first flight Mrs. Richard Gleason Mrs. Mary Smith and Mrs. Gene Yost tied for low putts while Mrs Vincent Zigrang won low net. In the second flight Mrs. Milton Hubertus had low putts and Mrs G. C. Sample low net. In the third flight Mrs. Joe Edwards anc Mrs. Walter Miller tied for lo\ putts while Mrs. Pete Chiste woi low net. LOCKHAVEN LADIES At the Lockliaven Country Clu Tuesday, the event was match vs partners. In nine-hole play, Mrs. Sylvi Karr was first, Mrs. Ruth Lawi rnhauser tied for first, and Mrs. Gene White was second. Willie Mays of the Giants stole IS bases in 20 attempts in 1962. Stan Musial reveals his batting secrets Get "Stan-the-Man's Hit Record" and booklet of easy-to-follow photos —now available through Phillips 66 dealers. Helps a young hitter boost his batting average! Now, future big leaguers can hear "Stan-the-Man," himself, tell how to hit—while they watch Stan show how it's done, in the photo booklet- record. 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