Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 19, 1963 · Page 15
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 15

Alton, Illinois
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Friday, July 19, 1963
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JULY 19,19G3 ALfON EVENING TELEGRAPH H ^ • ~ ' r """"'' V11 J^III '' •"<"'_-^-r.^... l «^™ mf .«.ir,l 1 - l . ffl . l -., 1 ,.. l », m «. fi -.r..r-T-- 1fc - 1 . l ,, .,„,„- ri ,---1 -r-r, -r -wr-rr-,-.. ,•,•.,.„....„„....,.,., insdale Pro Fires 66 in WEISS pan* Write* DALLAS, Tex. (Af) - No less an authority thnfi Arnold Palmer thinks the early worm will get the birdie at the Dallas Athletic dub course today, which could mean lumps ahead for upstart Dick ttart-atid smooth sailing for Ju Htm Bofros In the second round ol the Professional Golfers Assoda tton championship. "Julius is Ih a perfect position with that 69," .Palmef said after his opening 'round ?4-marked by four three*puU greens — dropped the 4-i favorite eight strokes behind the 27-year-old Hart's brilliant 66 Thursday. "He was about the only late starter who survived those greens after they got 1 all chopped up by the traffic," Calmer said. "He has a nice, .early starting time for the second round and the greens oughl to give him a much smoother ride." Only Tony Lema, among those figured to stay In contention, also played well as a late starter In the huge, 167-player field that opened the 72-hole medal play scramble at the heatrseared Dallas Athletic Club course. Tony shot a one-under-par 70 on the 7,046-yard, par 36-35—71 layout despite a double bogey five at the 16th. It was on the 16th, a 216-yard, par 3 test with a small pond snuggling up close to the green, that Hart made the most spectacular shot of a first round in which eagles were almost routine and birdies came by the carload on several holes. Hart, an assistant pro at the Hinsdale, 111., golf club, was three- he stood at the 16th. He. pulled out a four-iron and one swing of the club .later he was five-under. His beautifully hit shot struck a few feet short of the hole, 'and trickled straight into .the cup for only the second hole- iri-one in modern PGA history. His fantastic 66, only one stroke off the- course record, gave him a three-stroke lead over Boros, the 1963 National Open champion, Masters champion Jack Nicklaus, British Open champion Bob Charles, Mason Rudolph, and Shelley Mayfield, now a club pro at Dallas' Brook Hollow Country Club. Each of the five fired a 69 but all except Boros and Mayfield started play early in the dawn- to-dark firing. Of those at 70, Earl Stewart, Doug Ford, and Bernie Haas of Pittsburgh had the benefit of the greens that weren't heavily tracked. Bruce Crampton, Lema and Chuck Congdon, 50, of Tacoma, got their 70s, in the afternoon. Other first-round scores of Illinois golfers include: Bob Goalby, Belleville, 37-37— 74. '..'•': Hubby Jabjan, Lake Forest, 3937—76. Tony Holguin, Midlothian, 39-38 -77, , '•; John Paul Jones, Hinsdale, 4037—77. 1 Dan Whalen, LaGrange, 38-43— 81. Red Rolfe, Dartmouth athletic director, was named American League manager of the year in 1950 while handling the Detroit Tigers. sss; IU vet 4 mill Outdoors with Harold Brand Waterfowl Report Nesting conditions for waterfowl In Canada are still continuing favorable reported Ducks Unlimited. Ample rains have provided plenty of water In nearly all areas to carry the duck crop through the flight stages. This report coincides with one announced by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently. Duck-Goose Guide A new waterfowl Identification juide "Ducks At A Distance" Is aelng offered at 25 cents a copy for advance orders by the Fish and Wildlife Service. For the convenience of hunters, bird lovers students, clubs, organizations, other Interested groups and individuals, a 25 per cent discount s allowed on all purchases of 100 or more copies to be mailed to one address. Ducks at a Distance packs a variety of vital information for dentifying waterfowl species into Is 24 pages Including shapes, colors, voices, flight patterns, ris- views and flock formations. The full-color waterfowl guide is Dove Season Opens Sept. 1 SPRINGFIELD, 111. (AP)-Illi- nols' 1963 dove season will run from Sept. 1 to sunset Nov. 9 with a daily bag limit of 10 birds. The possession limit will be 20 after opening day. Squirrel seasons in the north- rn and southern conservation zones also were announced Thursday by the State Conservation Department. The squirrel season will be Aug. 1-Oct. 15 in the southern zone and Sept. 1-Oct. 31 in the northern zone. Daily bag limits Wll be 5 with a possession limit if 10 after opening day. . Shooting of white squirrels will ie unlawful anywhere" in the state. The following counties make up he southern conservation zone: Alexander, Bond, Calhoun, Clay, Clinton, Crawford, Edwards, Ef- ingham, Fayette, Franklin, Gal- atin, Hamilton, Hardin, Jackson, Jasper, Jersey, Jefferson, John»on, Lawrence, Madison, Marion, Vlassac, Monroe, Perry, Pope, Pulaski, Randolph, Richland, St. Clair, Saline, Union, Wabash, Washington, Wayne, White and Williamson^ The remainder: of the. state is n the northern conservation zone. FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LIGNANO SABBIADORO, Italy -Mario Vecchiatto, isi,. Italy, utpointed France Brondi, 132, taly, 12. ' Eddie Mathews of the Milwau- :ee Braves had a 16-game hitting treak in April. Illustrated by noted wildlife art 1st Dob tllnes and shows all the major species of ducks and geese in fall migration plumage. Write to Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office, Washington 25, D.C., and allow six to eight weeks for delivery. Awaiting Itunttng Dates Many sportsmen are eagerly awaiting hunting season dales for this fall from the Illinois Conservation Department. Some hunters have delayed their vacations awaiting the announcement. This column will call attention to the hunting season dates as soon as they are received. Fish and Wildlife Projects Another $6 million has been made available to states for job- creating fish and wildlife proj ects, Secretary of the Interior Stewart L. Udall, announced. The first $6.5 million was made avail able for those purposes last January. Waterfowl water contro projects near Grafton and Batchtown were a result of the first appropriation,. The money is being spent under the Accelerated Public Works program to provide jobs as wel as provide projects of lasting value to fish and wildlife resources The first -appropriation provided 14,500 man hours of employment on 212 projects. What the money is being used for includes 95 new buildings for fish and gome agencies, 3,400 acres of new impoundments, 1,75C miles of dikes, 29 new fishing lakes with a total of another 4.20C acres of water, 224 new boat ramps, 444 new parking areas, 40C sanitary facilities, 400 new campsites and many others. Illinois' allottment in the fund totals another $107,504. Deer Quotas Filled Saline and Johnson Counties have been added to those counties that have filled their quotas for shotgun deer hunting permits, the Illinois Conservation Department has announced. If you have applied for a permit in any county in which the quota is filled, your application will be returned. But be sure to re-apply immediately for another permit naming your first and second choice of counties. Irate Angler Conservation agent Venion E, Seller of the Missouri Conservation Commission recently gave a woman a summons for fishing without a permit. Her husband's temper hit on unusual high. He picked up their two fishing rods complete with reels and threw them into 10 feet of water in the Meramec River. Then he dragged their wooden boat onto the bank, pushed it over their campfire, and piled brush on the fire to make sure the boat burned thoroughly. The woman eventually paid a fine of $5. and $11 costs. "I gathered her husband was upset," Seller commented. 20,000 MILES TREAD WEAR GUARANTEED SEIBERLING Performance Hated SAFETY NYTEX 120»J 679-1$ 5!«Uo» Twbf-Typt plyi kf* | IJ.QO ond yeyr old llrt, Thii tirt if guaran- tttd to givt 20,000 ifiilti of ifrvict on the original tr«ad cUiign, OUO 6.W-18 6,70-18 7.MM4 7.10-10 8.00-J4 7.60-18 8.50-14 Tubeless Black $18.95 21.95 23.95 25.95 WhUe $21.95 25.95 27,95 29.95 prlce» ta$ and tire, FAST, EFFICIENT SERVICE EASY PAYDAY TERMS DRAKE TIRE CO. 1214 E. BROAPWAY AVTOII, ILL, F/RST DALLAS, Tex. — An unidentified to the 100-degree level at the Dallas spectator at the PGA championship is Athletic Club CO where the tournament " ter she was fell- administered first aid after ed by the heat. Temperatures soared is being played. (AP Wirephoto) Clay Offers Comedy Relief for Title' Bout By BOB MYERS Associated Press Sports Writer LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)—It appears you con take or leave Cassius Clay, but you can't get rid of him. Heavyweight champion Sonny Listen agreed to this today after an unscheduled and quite unsolicited visit by capricious Cassius to the Listen training camp Thursday. If nothing else, it .did offer some comedy relief from the bore of routine training as Listen and BOWLING BOWL ARENA Thursday Mixed Men — Young 227, 186 (571), Figge 202 (516), Lahr 213, 187 (552), Blevins 236 (563), Adler 187. Women — Martin 106, 175 (513), Young 158, Blevins 176, Bauser 208, Leonberger 187, 150. ACME 32 LANES Thurs. Men Summer League Schauer 203, Johns 203, Staggs 233 (606). : ' . ex-champion Floyd Patterson neared the end of the grind for Monday night's title rematch. Cassius spent a better part, of an hour heckling the awesome champ—from a safe distance, of course. • Sonny for the most part took it in half amusement, mixed with other detachments. At one point Cassius and Listen flexed their muscles in a threatening gesture at close range, and some of the more gullible thought they might actually come to blows. But a Listen handler stepped in and pushed them back with the same labor it would take to separate a pair of wet towels on a clothesline. Thus far, Cassius hasn't annoyed Patterson. Listen's manager, Jack Nilon, disclosed that negotiations for a Sonny-Cassius title fight have gone so far as to pin down a possible site and date—New York, Sept. 28. This is naturally dependent on the 4-1 favorite, Listen, whipping B.F.Goodrich 440 E. 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(AP)—Most of the college All-Star football players were nursing bumps and bruises today after head coach Otto Graham put them through a lively, 90-minute scrimmage in 95-degree heat. Requiring the closest medical attention were halfback Chuck Morris of Mississippi, with 1] stitches in a gashed forehead; quarterback Glynn Griffing of Mississippi, with a bloody nose, and halfback Larry Glueck of Villanova, with four stitches- over his eye. The heat and intensity of Thursday's scrimmage also set off a-few tempers and a couple of players squared off. They were separated before any damage was done. . Quarterback Ron VanderiKelen Floyd. Twins Rip Yanks By JIM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer Dick Radatz is a huge bruiser who overpowers the batters with lis speed and strength. Bill Dailey is a stringbean type who deceives the batters with his sneaky sidearm deliveries. And Stu Miller is a slender veteran who tantalizes the bat- .ers with some of the slowest iltches ever seen. They don't look alike and they don't work alike, but they rate alike—in the upper echelon of American League relief pitchers. Sach gave another strong performance Thursday in victories 'or Boston, Minnesota and Baltimore. Radatz ran his record to a remarkable 11-1 with two scoreless linings as the Red Sox thumped the Kansas City Athletics 10-6. Dailey held New York hitless over the last three innings in the Twins' 9-3 rout of the front-running Yankees. And Miller won at Detroit, 8-6, on Joe Games' llth- irming pinch double in the only other gome on the league schedule. In National League action Los Angeles' first-place Dodgers de- eated Pittsburgh 10-5; the Chicago Cubs nipped Milwaukee 3-2; Cincinnati beat St. Louis 6-3; San Trahcisco took the New York Vlcts 6-5; and Philadelphia beat -louston 5-1. Radatz received credit for the victory at Kansas City with his wo-inning stint, in which he gave up one single and one walk. The Red Sox rushed ahead with bur runs in the first against Ed tokow and scored three more in he fourth off rookie Dale Willis. 3ut the A's scrapped back against Chct Nichols and Jack Lamabe with a spurt of extra-base hits, ncluding two homers by Norm Siebcrn, and it was 7-6 after six. Carl Yastrzemski and Roman Mejias gave Radatz more of a cushion with homers in the ninth. Dailey protected right-hander Camilo Pascual's first victory since June 12 by holding the COLLEGE BASEBALL Central Illinois Collegiate Baseball League By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bloomington 5, 'Peoria 0 Lincoln 7, Champoign-Urbana E Springfield at Galesburg, ppd. rain of Wisconsin tossed passes of 12 and 20 yards to his Badger team mate, end Pat Richter. Quarterback Sonny Gibbs of Texas Christian hooked up in a 40-yard aeria play with end Tom Hutchinson of Kentucky. Linebacker Lee Roy Coffey of Texas A&M intercepted a pass and ran it back into the clear. TRAP SHOOT Friday — 7:30 P.M. TRI-COUNTY ROD AND GUN CLUB Brighton, 111. Yanks hitless the last three Innings—and Rich Rollins made It a romp for the Twins with a tWox run homer hi the seventh and a hree-run double in the eighth. Miller, a wheelhorse who has pitched in 43 of the Orioles* 96 ?ames, evened his record at 4A with the aid of key hitting by John Orsino and Gaines. The Tigers raked Mike McCor- nrick and Dick Hall for a 5-0,lead m the first three innings. Baltimore pecked away for a tie then Billy Bruton tripled in a run off Miller in the last of the eighth tor a 6-5 Detroit edge. But Orsino homered in the ninth knotting the score again. Gaines • socked his two-run pinch double batting for Miller in the llth, and George Brunei held off the Tigers in their last turn at bat. Rookie Bill Faul was the loser. PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLE 1 — REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE TAKING OF SQUIRREL ISSUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 2.01 AND 40 OF THE GAME CODE OF ILLINOIS. The State of Illinois, Department of Conservation, hereby announces the 1963 regulations for the taking of squirrel. It is unlawful for any person to take white squirrels In this State at any time. It is unlawful to take black or fox squirrels, or grey squirrels in this State, except with gun and dog, gun or dog or bow and arrow, In the southern zone from August 1st to October 15th, both inclusive; in the northern zone from September 1st to October 31st, both inclusive. , * ' It is unlawful for any person to take more than 5 squirrels in any one day. It is unlawful for any person to have more than 5 squirrel (or any parts thereof) in his possession on the opening day of the season, or more than 1C squirrels (or any parts thereof) at any time thereafter. The foregoing regulations are established in accordance_ with the Game Code of Illinois and persons violating these provisions are subject to the penalties provided by Section 56 of that Code. 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