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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

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3W& 5, 1083 ItMli Outdoors with tlttfottl Brand A. J. VUOIMAN Soilless Carp An unusual specie of fish lor this area was caught by A. Jf. Vromun, 211 Goulding Ave., East Alton, during a fishing trip with his son, Martin Vromnn, St. Charles, 111., In the Fox River In northern Illinois, last week. The fish Is apparently a carp but has a skin similar to a catfish over 90 per cent of its body while about only 10" per cent was covered with scales. The fish Is 12 inches long. One theory Is that the fish lost most of its scales possibly at a flnger- Ung and grew a tough hide in place. The senior Vroman and his son also caught many other fish Including a 12-pound carp and and many small catfish. He is 77 years old and retired 12 years ago. Since then he spends several days a week fishing in various waters. His wife, Mary, drives their station wagon and they often spend the night in it while fishing. Mrs. Ruth Wilkinson, 1400 E. Fourth St., heard about the fish taken by Vroman and says its a German carp. Big Goldfish A 2%-pound goldfish was taken below the spillway in the Cahokia (Hartford) Canal recently by Jess Farley, 406 Rose Ave., South Roxana. He tried unsuccessfully to keep the fish alive and will now have it stuffed. His wife accompanied him on the fishing trip and they landed several other fish including carp and catfish averaging from one to 1% pounds. Frog Season Frog season is underway in Illinois and continues through Aug. 31. The daily and possession limit is eight frogs and It is unlawful to take them with fire- arms 61- alfguns. Most pefsons take frogs at flight using a strong beam .of light from a flashlight Tills writer has had some Success IH daytlnle by using a flshlwg pole and dangling a wotttt-balted hook ttt front of the afflphlblati. Fishermen and Oampott 0. A. Prater of the Downstate Fishermans Guide says that many fish are being taken In lakes and streams of Southern Illinois. The waters Include Little Grassy, Crab Orchard, Devils Kitchen, Lake of Egypt, Lusk and Grant Pierre Creeks. About 150 camping families In tents and trailers recently spent a weekend at Little Grassy Lake. One camper put 298 crappie on ice. Crowds of campers also visited Devils Kitchen Lake, Frazer concluded. Entered Ski Contest Several members of the Alton Water Ski Club entered the Land of Lincoln open Water Ski Tournament last weekend at Springfield, 111. More than 100 skiers from six states entered the many events making It stiff competition. Jim Benson jumped 107 feet off the ski ramp while Eddlo Bock- liolt, both of the Alton Club, scored 36 feet. Betty Norman placed fourth in the Women's Slalom event and fifth in the Women's Jumping contest. "The Club is planning to enter many tournaments this year, including the Illinois State Tourna ment on Aug. 2 and 3," announced Melvta Unterbrlnk, 2347 Fairview Ave., club president. "Anyone interested in competing in the tournaments may contad Tom King, 409 Augusta Ave., for jiformation." Safe Boating Week This is National Safe Boating week and according to William T. Lodge, Director of Conservation for Illinois, boating is becoming safer on the state's waters. About 101,000 boats were registered in Illinois in 1960, and in that year, 60 fatal boating accidents were re ported. In 1963, 150,000 boats were registered but fatal accidents dropped to 31. "We credit the decrease in the 'atality rate to education in safe >oat handling and improved law enforcement," Lodge said. "The Illinois Boating Council, whose membership includes the Illi- lois Department of Conservation, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, U.S. Power Squadrons, Outboard Boating Club of America, and mane dealers associations instituted safe boating classes that were attended by 27,270 persons last year." McKinley Wins Wimbledon Tennis Title WIMBLEDON, England (AP) Chuck McKinley, the bouncy belter from St. Louis, crushed Australia's Fred Stolle 9-7, 6-1, 6-4, today and became the first American to win the, men's singles title of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in eight years. McKinley was the first American winner at Wimbledon since Tony Trabert in 1955. Stolle was never before even a semifinalist. McKinley, 22 and a beaten finalist in 1961, won the title without losing a set along the way. Billie Jean Moffitt, the bespectacled chatterbox of the courts, gets a chance to make it an American singles sweep Saturday, when she faces top-seeded Margaret Smith of Australia in the women's singles final. McKinley hurled his racket aloft In triumph. Some 18,000 fans had jammed the center court for the match. The appearance of Stolle in the final marked the eighth straight year an Australian had figured In it—an unprecedented modern performance, McKinley had a struggle on his hands only for the first 10 games, GATOR CAMPER Folding Model Sloops $C£SCI 00 Four 9O«7 PIASA HARBOR MoAdams Highway CPMPUS 2820 College Avenue Stay-Alive-Hook Catch more lish with LESS B/UT — FOR! Trout - Wall-Eye Pan Flih Assorted Sizes 12 for 11.00 'Ask the man who has one' HENDERSON'S \VMwoniln Ave. Wli, Kelso Could Become Top Money Horse By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer It seems apparent that if Kelso races long enough—and there's every indication he's going to— Mrs. Richard C. duPont's big, Brown gelding is going to become the first $2-million horse in history. It's a tall, tall order, this going over $2 million in money winnings, and there's a long, long way to go. But Kelso never has been one to shirk a challenge. He had to run only in the last quarter Thursday in winning the ?108,500 Suburban Handicap at Aqueduct. The three-time Horse ol The Year was burdened with a crushing 133 pounds, including Ismael Valenzuela, and gave away from 18 to 23 pounds to his six rivals. It was the same weight under which he won the 1961 Suburban. The victory was worth ?70,525 and pushed Kelso's career earnings to $1,307,037, moving him past Nashua, with $1,288,565, into second place in the all-time list. He trails only Round Tnble, 'with $1,749,869 and possibly could make up the $442,832 difference before the year is out. He wasn't really pressed in winning the suburban, particularly since his chief rival, Beau Purple, passed up the race, He trailed Cyrano and Garwo! to the head of he stretch, then stormtd the last quarter in 23 3-5 seconds, He finished the VA. miles in 2:01 4-5, Saidam, who closed with a rush, was second 1% lengths back while Garwol was third, another IVi lengths back. Kelso paid only $2,90, $2.40 and $2.20 as the heavily backed favorite in a holiday crowd of 52,136, TIIKEE NEW RIVALS SYRACUSE, N.Y. (ft) — Coach Fred Lewis' second Syracuse University basketball teafn will play three new rivals next season. They are Toronto, Eastern Kentucky and Valparaiso, e Orangemen will also take part in the Hurricane Classic in Miami during; the Christmas holidays, Q-3 SKI BOAT Clirk Jsit ft MPton SU W, 8t. fcouli Ave,, B. Alton Big Stingy Arms Spark Cubs (AP) - The Chicago Cubs cashed in on bat power and airtight pitching to take a doubleheader from the New York Mets Thursday and dbiitintie their drive in the National League's flfst division. The twin killing gaVe the Cubs a sweep of the four-game series and set them up fdf a three-game home stand against Philadelphia opening today. Meanwhile, the White Sox split two games with the Yankees at New York and salvaged one victory in the four-game stand. With Detroit taking two 'from Minnesota, the Sox regained second place, 4^4 games behind the Yankees and y* game up on the Twins. Glen Hobble hurled the Cubs to a 2-1 opening victory on a two- tiitter. With the score 1-1 in the last of the ninth, Ernie Banks raced to second when his grounder was muffed by shortstop Chico Fernandez. Roger Craig wild pitched him to third, and when catcher Norm Sherry tried to nail Banks after recovering the ball, throw was wild and Ernie scored. First-inning homers by Billy Williams and Ron Santo, and Paul Toth's three-hit pitching, gave the Cubs the nightcap 3-0. Toth, 2-4, went the distance for the first time this season in his first start since June 7. Against the Phils, the Cubs will start Larry Jackson (9-7). He will face Ray Cul p(10-6). After the Yankees had romped to a 9-1 opening triumph behind Whitey Ford's fiv-hitter, the Sox ALTON WOOD RIVER SPORTSMAN'S CLUB DANCE SAT., JULY 6 Music by RONNIE KLAUS 9-1 a.m. Guest Must Be Accompanied by a Member Roberts fires Ford to Win bA¥fONA BEACH, Ha. (Af) -It's official that Glenfl (Fireball) Roberts of baytotia Beadh won the Firecracker 400 a*)d $12,200 irt prise money. But Fred Lofettzett of Charlotte, N.C., had to wait for a NASCAR officials' meeting today to find out whether he finished second or third in the model stock car race Thursday. The owner of Marvin Panch's car, Glen Wood of Stuart, Va., protested that Paflch should be second instead of third. Wood said Lorenzen passed Roberts illegally while the caution flag was out and thus gained a full lap. If the protest Is allowed, Lorenzen would be set back to third and Panch, of Daytona Beach, advanced to second. It was an all-Ford finish as the three crossed the finish line separated by only one car length after a 400-mile ride. But it wasn't all "in the family." Roberts and Lorenscn are on a racing team. Panch is with a separate racing organization and the difference between $7,015 second money and $5,110 third prize is at stake. Roberts won with an average of 150.927 miles an hour. captured the nightcap 4-2. Nellie Fox' first homer of the season, good for two runs, in the sixth was the winning blow. Juan Pizarro was credited with the victory but needed relief from Hoyt Wilhelm from the seventh on. The Sox move into Boston for a weekend series. In tonight's opener, Dave DeBusschere (0-1) will tangle with the Red Sox' Earl Wilson (7-7). DANCE SAT., JULY 6 9 p.m. -1 a.m. Music by DAVE STILES Members and Guests Welcome ALTON MOOSE LODGE No. 951 Completely air conditioned 3821 College Alton EAT HERE OR CARRY OUT! i FRIED CHICKEN Now Only 99' CRISP! DELICIOUS! PIZZA LARGE SIZE! Sausage, Mush- Reg. $ 1 4Q room, Pepperoni, Hamburger 1.60 I •£ v VIETH'S 2518 State St. Phone HO 5-9796 Five on NL's All-StarTeam CINCINNATI (AP) - The St. Louis Cardinals landed five players and the Chicago Cubs, two on the National League All-Star baseball team. Two members of ttie Chicago White Sox made the American League team for the game at Cleveland Tuesday. The Cardinals' entire Infield will start for the Nationals — first baseman Bill White, shortstop Dick Groat, third baseman Ken Boyer and second baseman •Julian Javier. Javier was named by the Nationals' manager, Al Dark of the San Francisco Giants. Bill Mazeroski of Pittsburgh was voted for second base but had to withdraw because of an injury. The other three Cardinal infielders were choices of the league's players In voting for starting positions. Dark also selected Stan Musial as an alternate outfielder to mark the 24th time that the veteran Cardinal star has made the team. Dark chose Larry Jackson of the Cubs on his eight-man pilch- ing staff and third baseman Ron Santo was named as Boyer's stand-in. The Americans' manager, Ralph Houk of the New York Yankees, chose Juan Pizarro of the Sox as one of his pitchers. The Sox" second baseman, Nellie Fox, was voted first place for that position Los Angeles (Oslnski 6-4) at British Crew Beats Cornell At Henley HENLEY, England (AP) - Cornell University's lightweight crew wns defeated by Queen's College of Cambridge in the quarterfinals of the Thames Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta today. The British crew led from start to finish and had n winning margin of 1 2-3 lengths. Tile Briton were timed in 7:08 over the one mile, 550 yards. America's three eights all moved ahead in racing Thursday* Cornell heavyweights came from behind for a dazzling victory over Germany's Nassovia Hocchst in a heat of the Grand Rain or Shine FISH FRY Sponsored by Madison County Tax Payers' Association WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 American Legion Park By Pass 66 Edwardsville Adults $1.25 Children (under twelve) 75c ALL YOU CAN EAT! Serving from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. OPEN 7:00 BEL*AIR DRIVE-IN HWY.66 A 111 TR. 6-9636 STARTS DUSK! TONITE THRU TUES. ON A BEACHHEAD OR IN A BEACH HOUSE, IT'S TEMPTA TION in PARADISE! FRANKIC AVALON TBRADY PLUS! 1000 THRILLS and DELIGHTS 'THE MAGIC VOYAGE OF SINBAD' TONITE thru TUES. CAPRI OlD ST.IOUIS RD. CL.4-2114 Open 7:00 Starts Dusk Dolores Hart, Hugh O'Brian, Karl Boehm VanadiisWiiis Queen Y Cup MILWAUKEE (AP) - Vnnadis, a 35-foot sloop owned by Payson Mayhew of Chicago, apparently won the 25th anniversary Queen's Cup Lake Michigan Yacht Race. It edged a larger cratt by just over 11 minutes on corrected time. A fleet of 33 yachts pushed off Challenge Cup. They towed a masterful race, clocking 6 minutes, 39 seconds, the fastest time yet for the four-day regatta, and appeared almost certain to recapture the grand, which they won six years ago. •. romantic >v _v, ., i=^~-, • round-the-world *; Manhurit! * ••• • •*< IDRO-GOLM-MAYEIWin COME FLY WITH ME BONUS HIT! FRI. & SAT. in PANAVISIQN6 t MfTROCOLOfl ttuswo CONNIE PAULA DW RUSS it Defrosting REFRIGERATOR Big 13.2 cu. ft. 2-DOOR Automatic Defrosting Refrigerator with 108- Ib. zero-degree Food Freezer. 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The leaders in the 7fl-mile race reached Milwaukee Harbor well before noon Thursday. Vanadis was given a corrected time of 13 hours, 38 minutes and 13 seconds and declared the winner in Division 3 and the tentative over-all winner. The sponsoring Lake Michigan Yachting Association said it may take a week to determine the final order of finish. PARIS — A French paint firm plans a factory in Algeria. ftssd fete*?*!* w«fft A»fa r,omfnrtal)ly£00/. WILDEY (AT. TITANS GOUOOH •••••• SCOT! IftMWWI MllME PLUS: ''fARZANTHT MAGNIFICENT" STARTS SUNDAY •John Wrt.V«n "DONOVAN'S REEF" NOW Open Tonite 0:80 Starts 7 p.m. Afntltlco* Snt. & Hun. Opnn 12:30 AS WARM AND HUMAN AS "OLD YELIER," AS EXCITING AS "SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON"! Only Disney could bring tht rugged frontier to life so vividly,..with all its earthy drama, its dangerous adventttrM •nd furious Indian battles! 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