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, JULY 12, 1963 ALTON klVtIN'ING TELEGRAPH PAC3E IMlttTEEN Really Wont After The Bonets Club gained two new riotnlriees when Mi 1 ,, and Mfa. Harold Wtttd nnd daughter, Sandy, 3711 Coronado Dr., spent a two weeks fishing recently at the Pelican Point Resort on the Lake of the Ozarks In Missouri. After running one of their two trotllnea one morning and returning to the resort dock, Ward threw two catfish over the side of their that the fishing boat stringer was thinking fastened to the boat, but It wasn't. His wife, who loves to eat catfish, and who is unable to swim, Jumped Into the water up to her chin to retreive the fish. Ward declared that he would have had to go Into the water after his wife If a wave had come in at that time. They had a big time with their trotllnes and took two ten-pound buffalo as well as smaller carp, buffalo and catfish ranging from one up to three pounds. During the Fourth of July weekend, the Wards were visited by their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Union Ward and their daughter; Jim Ilomlrlck- son, Joe Lowly Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lcndy Jr. and children all of whom had a pleasant time. Turned Back Tlio Years The recent paragraphs in this column on leatherback carp caused JTredorlck L. Walter, D. D. S., Carrollton, who says he Is now past 77 years of age, to reminisce in a letter as follows: "When I was a boy, we went fishing near Spanky, sometimes to Macoupin Creek, Horseshoe Lake west of Spanky, Miller Slough now n part; of the Eldred Drainage district, and Dead Slough south of present Macoupin Creek in the Nutwood District. There was a dump instead of a bridge east of East Hardin which is as far south as we fished. caught of leatherback carp not with a Willow pole, cotton line and rather large hook used by some fishermen, but with a seln .30 yards long, six feet deep and one-inch mesh. Some of those leatherback carp had a few large scales next to the gills at least one-inch In diameter. "These fish seemed to have been cross bred with American carp as they began to develope more scales. At that time we called the fish German carp as they were supposed to originally have been brought from Germany. While fishing In a pond a few months ago, I wondered what had become of the German carp." VlgMlng Pish There was a period of several years that this writer fished most often at the foot of Henry Street where we caught hundreds of carp with a rod and reel fishing tight line. We don't re call ever seeing the practically scale-less lealherback carp. We had never heard of fileting and boning a carp at that time so we either gave them to whoever was nearby and wanted them or 1 turned Carp put: up i the fish i battle loose wher hooked and are fun to land. Dr Z. Loo Stokley, a famous old timer outdoorsman writer, and fisherman in the Ozark Country once rated carp as number three among fighting fresh-water fish in this region. Smallmouth basf and trout were numbers one anc two. Some persons wouldn't think of eating carp or even catfis! because they are scavenger fisli But what is more of a scaven ger than a chicken or a pig anc who doesn't like golden friec chicken or ham or 'bacon? Fish taste best of all when they are cooked and eaten shortly after catching them including carp and catfish. Ottawa Oldster vs. Youth in Links Open SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP)— 19th hole in a thrilling head-to Three northern Californians who aren't even old enough to vote and a 5-foot-5% inch 49-year-old golfer who beats young stars with incredible dogged rallies tangled today in the semifinals of the National Public Links Championship. With tournament favorite Dick Sikes knocked out in his bid for a third straight title and the top 11 medalists sidelined, It was impossible to pick a favorite. The 36-hole semifinals over the 6,702-yard par 36-36-72 Haggin Oaks golf course matched: Steve Opperman, 20, South San Francisco, against Dante Vicini, 49, Ottawa, HI. Jerry Yuke, 20, Sacramento, vs. Bob Lunn, 18, San Francisco. While the youngsters showed excellent shots and tremendous golfing promise it was Thursday's quarter-final performance by little Vicini that turned the tournament Into a scramble. The graying glass company worker, competing in his llth publinx, shocked Sikes 1-up on the McKinley Is Clay Court Favorite CHICAGO (AP) - A field of more than 100 men and women tennis players, topped by Wimbledon champion Chuck McKinley, is entered in the week-long National Clay Court Tournament in Rivei Forest starting Monday. McKJnley, the defending cham pion, and Darlene Hard were seeded No. 1 'in their respective brackets Thursday. Other seedings In the mens division Included Dennis Ralston, the national indoor champion, No 2; Marty RIessen, No. 3; Charles Pasarell, No. 4; Bill Bond, No. 5; Bill Lenoir, No. 6; Larry Nagler, No. 7 and Art Ashe, No. 8. McKlnley's first round opponeni will be Jim Parker of St. Louie, i junior Davis Cup squad member Seeded behind Miss Hard, ir order, are BUUe Jean Moffltt recent Wimbledon ttnolist; Carole Cardwell and Donna Floyd Fales Mrs, Fales defeated Miss Card well lor the clay court women s crown last year. In the first round feature matches for women, Miss Hard laces Sara Mae Turber, EYWW ville.Ind., and Miss Moffitt meet jean Danllovich, Jackson, Calif. The women's doubles finals will be Saturday with titles in row singles and doubles ,and women gingles on Sunday. TBhOITY SPEIBWAY Oronltt CIry, HI, ead battle of missed putts anc rouble in the rough. Yuke, a Sacramento State Col ege student, who needed a birdi n the third sudden death hole tc ass the publinx qualifying test usted 50-year-old former majo eague baseball pitcher Wayn )sborne 1-up. Lun slammed, a two-iron sho i within 18 feet of the pin am ank an eagle putt on the 19t ole of his match with Dan Scot f Seattle. Opperman had the only eas> [uarter-final match as he beat Castagnetto Jr. of San Francisc and 3. BASEBALL HEROES By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING — Billy Monbou quette, Red Sox, posted first shu >ut of season, limiting Minnesot o three hits' in 2-0 triumph, strik ng out eight, walking one and a owing only one runner to'reac econd base. BATTING — Willje McCovey iants, hit 24th homer, in eight nning, for run that proved de isive in 4-3 triumph over Phila delphia. Stock Car Central Illinois Collegiate Bason By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Springfield 2, Galesburg 0 Lincoln 13, Champaign-Urbana Bloomington 7, Peoria 7, calle after 7 innings, darkness. Three Big Races Slated Sat INJURED BRAVE ST. LOUIS—Milwaukee Bravo batting practice team officials said he will rejoin the_staff on Satur, iher Al Zachary writhes in agony after being hit during pre-game warm up activity in St. Louis Thurs- By JOIW CHANDLER Associated Pi-ess Sports Writer Three $100,000-added races, the Hollywood Gold Cup, Monmouth Handicap and American Dedby, top Saturday's thoroughbred program—richest of the season—with a total of more than $500,000 on the line at six race tracks. The Hollywood Park headliner, with Crimson Satan the favorite, and the Monmouth Park main event, with Mongo the choice, are both handicap affairs at miles. Candy Spots tops the American Derby at Arlington Park, also at l ] /4 miles for 3-year- olds. In addition, Aqueduct features the $75,000 Dwyer Handicap for 3-year-olds, VA miles, with Chateaugay the favorite; Spicy Living tops the $50,000 Oaks for 3-yoar- old fillies at Delaware Park at miles. The $25,000 Detroit Sweep-, slakes at Detroit also is IVa miles. Crimson King Farm's Crimson Satan carries high weight of 125 pounds in the Gold Cup, richest of the afternoon with a gross of of $162,100 and a guarantee of $102,100 for the winner. Crimson Satan broke the Detroit track record June 22 in winning the Michigan Mile and One Sixteenth. Six were entered Thursday, including Rex Ellsworth's Dr. Kacp, with 112, victor July 4 over Ad- ;urday starts, packs 126 pounds in the American Derby. B. Major, who won the $113,333 Chicagoan at 404 odds June 15, has 123 pounds. T. D. Buhl's Lemon Twist, Illinois Derby winner, also is expected in a field of half a dozen. Two Killed In Mountain Family Feud CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP)—A Ditcher Al Zachary writhes in agony after being hit day. The incident occurred prior to Thursday's clou- - • j-.-sj- i- en. r _...•„ mi bleheader with the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Sta- day. Zachary suffered a severe brain concussion, but dium.—(AP Wircphoto) Bob Charles Takes Over British Lead ST. ANNE'S, England (P) — Bob Charles, the' left - handed ;olfer from New Zealand, birdied :he 17th hole and parred the 18th o take the lead over Peter Thomson of Australia and Jack Nicklaus of Columbus, Ohio, after the third round of the British Open Golf Championship today. Charles shot a 4-under-par 66 >n the third round for a 54-hole otal of 206. Thomson holed a 38- oot birdie putt on the 18th green 'or a 71 and a 207 just moments after Nicklaus had taken a bogey five on the same hole for a 70 and 208. It was a four-way dogfight all through the third round over the Royal Lytham and St. Anne's course with Phil Rodgers of La Jolla, Calif., the 36-hole leader, dropping back as he took a 38 on the front nine during a morning drizzle. He finished with a 73 that tied him with Nicklaus at 208. Arnold Palmer, the defending champion, dropped out of the picture as he took a 71 on the third round for a 218 that left him 12 strokes behind going into this afternoon's final round. On the final hole the power- hitting Nicklaus drove into the rough and skulled bis second shot across into the rough on the other side. Then his-pitch to the green was short and he missed the putt. Par for the 6,757-pard Royal Lytham and St. Anne's course, where Thomson won the Open in 1958, is 34-36-70. Harold Henning of South Africa and Sebastian Miguel and Ramon Sota of Spain had 215s. Gary Player of South Africa 1959 Open champion and curren United States PGA ruler, had an ordinary 72 for 217. Behind him among the early finishers were Sewsunker Sewgo lum of South Africa, 73-218 Frank Phillips, Australia, 75-218 Max Faulkner and Ken Bousfield England, both 71-219; Denis Hutchinson, South Africa, 74-221 Peter Alliss, England, 77-222' Mnlcolm Leeder, England, 74-223 and Dai Rees, Wales, 85-224. Plan to See . . . SAM SNEAD at the LAKE OF 7 FINGERS GOLF CLUB STAUNTON, ILL. SUNDAY, JULY 14 Exhibitions at 2;3Q p.m. & 8;3Q p.m. Admission $2,25 Cubs Split Twin Bill With Cincinnati ECHO LAKE RANCH Here Is' the place so many choose for a real vacation (In the JoothllU of the Qzarks) in a p™—beautiful valley, only 10 miles from St. Louis. HTIj Fine sand and concrete beach for wading and ^ "swimming, new'sun decks, diving docks, boat, ng, fishing, hiking, .movies, .saddle horses. Jhuffleboard. wiener roasts, hillbilly.golf and special ranch dancing. Rugged Qtark country, CABIN & 3 QQOD MEALS EACH PAV Lots of fun for old and young ,., WQNBERFvir PIWVCB'TOB CHILDREN FULL WgEK^MT.M phone or write (or Illustrated folder alvinsi all- Days A1N VIQ50 expense vBcatJon rates, jnfprmBtlQn or reser- .._.#- w T |M vatipp to St. LouU office, D WAiHINQTON (9) 1Q IW FINE FOR A FAMILY PICNIC OR SWIM out any time. It may bet Just the place you are looking for, Or cut a.ny_ ^^»^*.»^^$^^ !: fol^ o ranch. Evening! »d. . miral's Voyage Handicap. Last in Ihe American year Ellsworth's long, bitter feud between two mountain families in West Virginia exploded into a gun battle Thursday when police attemptec to serve a warrant at the home of Ernest Moore, near here. When the gunsmoke cleared Moore, 67, and his son, Andrew 23, were dead. The elder Moore's wife, Garnet, 57, suffered a heac cut and was charged with resist ing an officer. Three State Troopers, who ap proached the house with two Man awha County sheriff's deputie Thursday afternoon, recountec this story: The Moores had been feuding for years with the O.F. Miles fam ily, owners of adjacent mountai: property. Miles had sworn ont Prove It won the Cup. Montpelier Farm's Mongo, winner of three stakes this season, has 126 pounds, three more than Fred W. Hooper's Admiral's Voyage. El Peco Ranch's Decidedly, the 1962 Kentucky Derby winner who captured Woodbine's Dominion Day Handicap last week, carries 120 pounds. Bruce Campbell's Dedimoud, who upset Mongo in The Salvator Mile at Monmouth, is in with 116. If eight start, the Monmouth warrant against week, but the the Moores la: Moores chase CHICAGO (AP)—The Chicago 'hits Sox broke off a Detroit igers six-game winning streak at omiskey Park Thursday night ith a 6-3 victory. The Sox, trailing 2-0 after two nings, opened a 12-game home and with a blast of six runs in big third inning. Batting around during the ral- •, Chicago got six hits, including two-run double by Mike Hersha two-run triple by erger and m Landis. Pete Ward started the Sox' big nning with a pop double. A walk Jim Lemon and an infield sin- le by Floyd Robinson had loaded bases when Hershberger dou- led to left-center. Southpaw pitcher Gary Peters 6, got the victory, his sixth. He vas nicked for single runs in the rst and second innings and then eld Detroit scoreless until there r ere two outs in the ninth, when Jim Brosnan came on and retired pinch batter Gates Brown to end the game. Honk Aguirre was the losing pitcher. Tonight Juan Pizarro (11-4) will je on the mound for the Sox against Don Mossi (4-5) in the second of the three-game series. The Chicago Cubs, meanwhile, split a twi-night doubleheader at Cincinnati Thursday, shattering a scoreless tie. with seven runs in he llth inning to win the first *ame 7-0, and dropping the sec. ond 7-3 after a four-run eighth inning outburst by the Reds. Ken Hubbs' two-run double following Andre Rodgers' leadoff single and a late throw on a fielder's choice started the scor ing parade in the opener. Left-handed Dick Ellswortl went all the way for the Cubs spacing eight hits for Ms 12th victory. The Reds almost broke open lie game in the ninth, loading the bases with one out, but Ellsworth ;ot pinch batter Daryl Spencer on foul out and fanned Pete Rose. The Cubs' loss in the second game provided Cincinnati hurler Jim Maloney with his 14th victory. Dick Lemay was the loser. At Cincinnati tonight, the Cubs' Larry Jackson (9-7) will face Jim O'Toole (13-6) for the Reds. BOWLING ACME 32 LANES | Thurs. Men's League Sherman 242, 203 (643). BOWL ARENA Thurs. Mixed Men — Bauser 233 (546) Lutz 181 (500); Figge 187 (525); Wells 196, Ingram 175. Women — Wells 196, Martin 197, Warner 212, Bauser 195, Lutz 193 (508). Handicap will gross 5110,300, with $71,695 for the winner. Carry Back won it last year in record time, and later in the season was nosed out by Mongo in the Trenton Handicap. Ellsworth's Candy Spot, Preakness winner who was beaten by Cliateaugay in the Belmont and by Elmendorf Farm's B. Major in the Chicagoan in his last two away officers four times as the attempted to serve the documen Thursday Charles Walker, Kan awha County prosecutor, issued warrant for the arrest of th Moores. Deputies Willie Gibb and Lawrence Carpenter joine State Troopers D. A. Nickerson C. N. Cooke and J. 0. Blevins i another attempt to get the wa rant served. Gibbs knocked on the door the Moore cabin and was told b Mrs. Moore, "You'll be shot you don't get out of here." Seconds later, a shotgun bla Koxnlin Cliuf rli CllSft Party Set Sattmlay ROXAttA - the Young Adult lass of the First Baptist CTttifch /ill have a party at 7:30 SttUtr> ay at the home of the Rev, flfid /Irs. Roy Gibbs, 111 E. Tydematl ve. ttettirn from South ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Jetty dalone of 410 Maple Ave. have elurned after a two week vaca- on. They visited with his brother nd family, Mr. and Mrs,. Samuel . Malone and children in Tampa, la. and visited points of Interest i Florida. They also visited Mrs. Vlalone's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Dismuke, and his mother, Mrs. Thelma Malone, at Jacksoii, 'enn. Mr. and Mrs. Malone were ad- wnpanled on the vacation trip iy Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bramlett if Wood River. Malone has been n vacation from the National Marine Service in Hartford. Former Resident In Hospital ROXANA — Mrs. Forerst Mock of near Alhambra, a former rest- dent of VV. Fifth Street is a patent in Wood River Township Hospital for treatment of a heart condition. The Mocks resided here vhile Mock was employed as industrial arts instructor at the Roxana High School. Mrs. Rita Booker of Finley, HI., sister of Mrs. Mock, is here to be near her sister and is the guest ol Mrs. Richard Duhrkop of W. Fifth Street. ripped through the screen door. Gibbs' face felt the breeze. The gunshot was the signal for Cooke and Blevins to storm through the back door. They opened fire on Moore and his son as they burst in. Moore was hit three times and his son was shot twice. None of the officers was hit. Funeral attendants said the officers' shots were fired at such close range that five slugs passed through the bodies of Moore and his son. Miles complained to police that the Moores had been using his private road. He also said he suspected the feud had been responsible for the burning of his barn and the snipping of his fences In recent days. You Can Count on Us... Quality Costs No More at Sears Sears Sets the Pace! Official Pace Car for the Pikes Peak Auto Hill Climb Equipped with | ALLSTATE MIDWEST LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS Cedar Rapids 4, Waterloo 2 Quincy 2, Quad Cities 0 Clinton 4, Decatur 1 Wisconsin Rapids 7, Fox Cities 6 Burlington 12, Dubuque 11 THRILLS! SPILLS! EXCITEMENT! COMBINED MIDGET AND SUPER MODIFIED RACES EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT Modified Stock & Fender Bender Races Every Tuesday Night GODFREY SPEEDWAY Route 67 — 3 Miles North of Alton. Time Trials 7:30—Racing 8:30 I Announcing Another New BOND TIRE CO. 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