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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1963 ALTON EVENING CAUGHT TROPHY FISH Carl Tuctkon Jr., \yilh nine-foot, (right-inch sailfish and six-foot eight-inch shark ho caught recently on a deep-sea fishing trip near Acapnlco, Mexico. The smaller shark pulled much harder and was much more tiresomo to land. See River Ripples column for more information. AFL Nixes Mobile Game NEW YORK (API— A scheduled segregated. The Mobile sponsors American Football League exhibition game bclwecn the Oakland Raiders and New York Jets at Mobile, Ala., Friday night has been switched to Oakland on Sunday because of a controversy over segregated seating. Milt Woodard, assistunl AFL commissioner, said the game had been canceled out' of. 'Mobile's Ladd Memorial Stadium by agreement of all parties,involved after four Negro members pf-.the 1 Oakland team refused to play unless the stadium was completely de- sitlvei* itiitl Outdoors wild Harold Took Trophy A nine - foot, eight - inch sail- Isb weighing 127 pounds and a six-foot, eight inch shark weigh- rig 152 pounds were laken on he same day during a recent 10 - day vacation at Acupiilco, Mexico, by Cni-l Tuolkpit Jr., 1110 McPherson Ave. "The sailflsh skipped on Its ail at. least 75 feel or more dur- ng the battle to land it," Tuet- <en said. "II was much more irosomo to land the shark which not only also fought furiously but Hilled harder, f plan to have the sailfish mounted." Tuetken has other fisli mounl- >d which he look off the Florida Coast last year, a 39-pound bull lolphin and a 26-pound female dolphin as well as a four-foot, two inch shark Ilia I weighed 85 rounds. said this was impossible. The four players are Art Powell, Fred Williamson, Clem Daniels and Bo Robertson. There are eight Negroes on the Jets, four in the starting line-up. David (Sonny) Werblin, new owner' of the Jets, said he pressed 1 for removal of the game from Mobile. SOIHJHT MANTA KAYS During the Mexico trip, Tuet- lien was accompanied by Joe, Iluolioner, Mather Street. On the first of their throe deep - sea fishing trips, the two Allonians and another man and wife landed six suilfish ranging in sl/e from seven up to nine feel and more in length. Tuelkcn was fishing with a man from Texas when he look his trophy fish. On the third trip. Tuelken and Hubener wont searching for Mania Rays which average from 1,000 up lo 3,000 pounds. The huge rays are capable of pulling a boat. A harpoon the size of a clothes prop is used and it is fastened lo the bow of the boat by 1,50 feet of heavy line. "We sighted a Mania'Ray al a distance and I got on the bow of. the boat ready to loss the harpoon," Tuetken, a real estate salesman at Elvis Tarrant Agency, said. "But the ray disap- caretaker for Ihe Alton Motorhonl Club, raised Ihe hood of his jeep bpforp slnrltng Ihe engine itnd wns startled lo .SUP ii groundhog sleeping on the engine. "I don't know why T raised Ihp hood as I never did so before," Hastings siiid. "The groundhog wnsn'l alarmed nnd merely glanced al mp us il arose, jump nd lo the ground and ambled awny. Perhaps Ihe motor was warm from use Ihp night before and the animal snuggled on the engine lo keep warm." The other dny Masllngs spotted n mother Wild duck crossing McAdams Highway near Clifton Terrace. Upon closer examination, he spotted five liny ducklings alongside the road. The mother duck pretended lo be in- Jtired in an effort to lead Hastings away. However, Hastings didn't touch the ducklings, whiel quickly hid in the grass. Four Swimmers Left In Lake Michigan CHICAGO (AFt — Four swimmers from the star-tint,' field of 16 In I lie chilly waters of Luke Michigan Joday in the 60- riK't- nnruss the lake to SI. Joseph, Mich. Lending' I he marathon in qimsl of a $15,000 first pri/e was AlxJel- Lalif Abo-Heif. :M, a major in the United Arab Republic. In second place was- Ted Erlckson of Chicago, followed by Elmer Kof- bai of Chicago and Miguel Gonzalez of Monlerrey, Mexico. Three swimmers dropped out during the early morning hours because of the cold water. They were William Stevens of Little Kerry, N.J., Diane Struble of Lake George, N.Y., and John Mir sil of Chicago. Earlier Greta Anderson of Los Alamitos, Calif., who shared the load with Abo-Hcif most of Tuesday and Tuesday night, was taken out of the water late Tuesday night. Miss Anderson quit the race after complaining of seasickness from watching the bobbing'lights on the boat accompanying her. Several of the other dropouls complained of cramps attributed to the chilly water of :>R degrees. The water was fi'2 degrees at Burnham HaHwr, Chicago, whore the race started. There were 1fi swimmers in the field that started (tie race Tuns-1 day morning. The winner is expected In reach the Michigan shoreline at SI. Joseph parly Thursday morninn The other dropouts included John Brandt, Kenoshu, Wis.; Sy- dcr Guiscardo, Mar del Plata, Argentina; Ruben Hernandez. Monterrey, Mexico; Cynthia Julian, West Point, N.Y.; Joel Marcus, Gary, Ind.; Dennis Matuch, Chicago; Walter Poenisch, Grove City, Ohio, and Jim Woods, Orlando, Fla. Erickson was the 13(51 winner of 3(>% mile swim from Chicago GOLFING NOTES in Golfs Showdown Series Carrnel Nann of Alton shot a hole-in-one Tuesday on the IKIh hole at the Cloverleaf Golf Course, It.v .1015 MOOSIIII, AKRON, Ohio (AP) — 'ITiose bristling golf duels between Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus lake on added Rlitler the next three weeks with one or (he other MSJIIL: ;i six-wood. Nann was playing in a foursome with Roger Johnson, Frank Bono and Lowell Purcell when he sank his ace. the first of his golfing career. AI/I'ON WOMKN The Greater Alton Women'sithe Firestone Country Club's mas- i having a chance to win $89,000. Palmer qualified for the $75,000 World Series of Golf when he smacked down Phil Rodgers and Jacky Cupit on Tuesday in a :three-man playoff. Palmer shot an impressive one-under-par 6!) over Duck Hunting The Illinois Duck hunting season ! is published elsewhere in the sport The Air Force Academy football, learn this .fall .plays Washington, Nebraska and Boston College for the first time. pages of the Telegraph tonight. Squirrel Season Dates Squirrel season in the northern conservation zone of Illinois! will begin at sunrise, Sept. 1, and end at sunset Oct. 31, reminded William T. I^idgu, director for the Illinois Department of Con- scrvntion. Hunting hours are! from sunrise until sunset (CST) every day of the season. The daily limit is five and the possession limit is 10. On the first day the daily and possession limits are five. It is unlawful to kill while squirrels in Illinois. The northern t conservation j xone includes all counties north of Calhoun, Jersey, Madison, Bond, Fayette, Effingham, Jasper, and Crawford. peared before we came within) . range. 1 was undecided whether j BONUS OAMK IN HANDY to be relieved or disappointed! HOUSTON (AP) — Jim Dick- because 1 have heard the fury of!son, 25 - year - old rookie pitcher the ray being harpooned is tremendous. They create such lurb- uianl water after being speared with the Houston Colls, says he received $1,500 when he signed with the Pittsburgh organization! Bowling HOWl, AKKNA Jr. Bowling Boys Fleming Z34-197-196 Ui07), Poston ISO, Cox 180, DirUsmeyer ISO, Wickenhauser 179, Mikoff 168, Henry 1GB, Carnpagna 165, Pullen 157, Hurley 155. Jr. Bowling Girls Her 142, Stahlhebcr 135, Vonder- heidl 116, M. Vonderheidt 114, Burford 112, Reed 104, Dietel 103. BOWL INN Tues. Men Smith 212, Harszy 217, Corfiatis 248 1611), Jones 212. BOWL HAVEN Metro Johnes 222, Davis 211, Sparks J203, Brandt 202, Muehleman 200. j Senior Mc.rchanls I McMillan 235, Luster 224, Coleman 217, Weigler 214, Smith 214, Harvis 201, Tague 201, LaPelle 200. Golf Association sponsored a to green event Tuesday at Rock Spring Golf Course. Hie championship flight, will hook up with Gary Player in i $50,000 exhibition in Wfltlkegan, III., for a lop prize ot $23,000 he- fore returning to Flrfistone for the World Series on Sept. 7-8, which ,vill pay the winner $f50,0f)0. Also featured In the World Series will be U.S. Open champion Julius Boros and British Open champion Bob Charles. Nlcklmis won the Masters and the PGA, leaving one spot open and Palmer grabbed it in the playoff With Rodgers and Cupit. trnisive 7,1(i!i yards, which played un- Ihciusiially long beciume of recent 1 .rains. \ Kodgers hud a T7-H7— 7-1. andi Mrs. Nelson McBricn won the lowK'"!"' M« - ™- while Palmer i nel and Mrs. .lames Thomson in"!'"" 1 "' in with M "' r '- nalll " B lwn| „ , . event In the firsl flight Mrs. Wil i hirrli(>s !infl slrayliiR forn pnr only The Wood River Sox, played li,,m Winters won both the evenl!™^. '^-Ir fourth game in the Juvenile and low net Palmer will defend his American! Division of the Khoury Leag\ie C.olf Classic I Hie here beginning: playoffs Tuesday and defeated Wood River Sox Win, 9-0 Mrs emons was second flight event winner while Mrs. Sidney Arsl had low net Mrs. Laverne Allen was a double; winner in the third flight, sweep- to Michigan City, Ind. Miss Anderson won last year's 150-mi IP swim from Chicago to Kenosha. Wis. Backers of the current contest iniorr say it is the longest open water swim in the world. ing both event and low net. SrOM'iVKSS INTIMIIMTKS j Thursday, and (he no. 1 challenger will he Nicklaus. The SfiO.OOO Classic, drawing a field of H'2 in- jchiding some of Ihe country's top | amateurs, has a first-place prix.e of SiUHin. with an additional $5.01X1 Mn bonuses. - Stu Mil-1 Should either Palmer or Nick- the Balti-jlaiis win the Classic ar/1 its bonus Orioles, likes to take his! money the winner will ho in posi- BALTIMORE (AP) lor. relief pitcher for Hint- between pitches because it intimidates the hitler. lion for the $89,000 sweep Canlwell Trucking of East St. Louis, 9-0. Bob Hasten fired a five-hitler for the Sox. fanned 15, and blasted a grand slam homer in the sixth inning Catcher Jim Dvorchak and right fielder Chris Farrell each hit homers with a man on. The Sox play Springfield this Saturday in the quarter finals. After the classic, the twosome The site has not yet been selected. that most fish in'the area will I several years ago. come to the surface." 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