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SUN., AUGUST 26, 1962, lake Charles America* Press iff Abbeville Sets Tarpon Rodeo By RED KOHNKE Salt water sport fishermen, looking for' some competition, need only to journey a little east to Intracoastal City, below Abbeville, next weekend for one of the last deep sea fishing rodeos of the year along the Louisiana Gulf Coast. The Labor Day weekend affair is the eighth annual Abbeville Kiwanis Tarpon Fishing Rodeo. It will be held Saturday, Sunday and Monday, with headquarters at Maxie Pierce's restaurant, Intracoastal City. snapper, cobia, spadefish, sheeps- head, barracuda and jewfish. In general, rules are identical to other coastal rodeos. Anglers must register prior to entering competition and present their ticket when weighing in a fish. Fishing begins at daybreak on the 1 opening day and boats may leave' from any point in the fishing area of Vermilion Bay. Fish may be taken with rod and reel, handline or pole but must not be drawn, shot or mutilated. Use of a gaff is permitted in landing fish. Complete facilities for both The rodeo's awards presentation large inboard craft and smaller j COMING TO GAFF — This photo, fish from ihe waier. During next taken on a recent tarpon fishing trip weekend's Abbeville Kiwanis Fishing off Marsh Island below Intracoasial Rodeo, many of the participants will City, is typical of the most thrilling be chasing tarpon in the same area moment in tarpon fishing—when ihe this photo was taken. (American Press mighty battler is eased close aboard photo by Sam Guillory). and ihe gaffman attempts to lift the on the closing day last year was impressive both in the number of participants and the handsome trophies given to successful sportsmen. The affair is strictly a 'trophy' rodeo. General chairman this year is Dr. R. J. Young Jr. and in charge of headquarters is Albert Steen. Both are serious Gulf fishermen. Eligible fish include tarpon, barracuda, sailfish, king and Span-'hour. outboard boats are available at ! Intracoastal City. Facilities in-! elude diesel fuels, marine gasoline, fresh water, oils, refreshments, groceries, ice, boat ramps and marine ways and general repairs. The official rodeo station will be KROF (960) and marine weather will be broadcast 15 minutes before and. 15 minutes after each ish mackerel, dolphin, pompano, bonito, cobia, jackfish, jewfish, red snapper, bluefish, r e d fi s h, white trout, speckled trout, drum, BASEBALL AVERAGES (Complete through games of Friday, i Aug. 24) I NATIONAL LEAGUE CLUB San Francisco SI. Louis Los Angelei Cincinnati Pittsburgh Philadelphia Chicago Milwaukee Houston New York CLUB BATTING AB R H HR RBI Pet. 4340 689 1219 157 634 .281 4464 636 1230 110 580 .276 4411 673 1196 116 633 .271 4484 650 1211 138 608 .270 4339 576 1169 92 533 .270 CLUB Kansas City New York Minnesota Boston Chicago Los Angeles Washington Baltimore Detroit 4491 599 1185 123 559 .264 Cleveland 4451 517 1143 109 492 .257 4380 593 1110 145 556 .253 4414 451 1079 88 420 .244 4419 506 1066 121 471 .241 I CLUB AMERICAN LEAGUE CLUB BATTING AB R H HR RBI Pet. 4494 626 1208 102 583 .269 4442 647 1164 167 631 .262 4494 645 1170 151 615 .260 4417 565 1130 123 535 .256 4351 578 1105 79 547 .254 4341 585 1094 102 543 .252 4333 493 1089 116 463 .251 4267 538 1061 130 506 .249 4303 598 1053 165 566 .245 4332 532 1051 142 510 .242 Duck Meeting Is Called for New Orleans flounder, croaker, spadefish, gaff' top catfish, hardhead catfish (chil- The rodeo is wide open for out- boarders and excellent fishing can be found in Vermilion Bay and off Marsh Island at the many small oil and gas rigs close to shore. Handsome speckled trout have CLUB Milwaukee Chicago SI. Louis San Francisco Cincinnati Philadelphia Pittsburgh Houston Los Angclct New York CLUB FIELDING G PO A E DP Pet. 130 3470 1450 99 12S .980 129 3471 1490 112 135 .978 128 3450 1431 111 137 .978 123 3408 1271 103 120 .978 129 3479 1332 114 110 .977 132 3500 1353 123 141 .975 127 3392 1461 124 151 .975 129 3434 1430 139 118 .972 129 3494 1304 140 110 .972 129 3455 1505 159 138 .969 Chicago New York Kansas City Boston Baltimore Minnesota Cleveland Washington Los Angeles : Detroit CLUB FIELDING G PO A E DP Pet. 129 3454 1392 84 126 .983 128 3500 1361 93 117 .981 130 3474 1410 99 109 .980 129 3463 1363 97 120 .980 127 3409 1325 96 120 .980 132 3553 1463 107 144 .979 128 3420 1362 110 139 ,978 129 3427 1418 122 129 .975 129 3509 1433 131 124 .974 127 3419 1145 127 94 .973 In the tarpon division, trophies are given for the four largest fish, the smallest during the rodeo, smallest and largest entered each day and the most tarpon entered by an angler (in pounds). Individual trophies are given for the best fisherman, best fisher- ette, best boat, largest fish in ro- NEW ORLEANS (Spl.) — Lou- de ° and best junior fisherman, isiana duck hunters will get a! There is also a scuba division dren under 12 years only) and been taken in good numbers in sheepshead. j recent weeks both at the rigs in chance to express their views on the 1962 waterfowl regulations here Monday at a special meeting of the Wildlife and Fisheries Commission. with awards for jackfish, red the bay and offshore. Larger boats, ranging offshore, can get in some of the finest tarpon fishing oti the Louisiana coast just south of Marsh Island. Fishermen in that vicinity a week ago reported the area teeming with large schools of silverking. Last weekend, one boat took nine nice tarpon and indications are the fish and fishermen will be ready for the Labor Day affair. TriplB play—New York. INDIVIDUAL BATTING (225 or more at bats) Player, Club AB R H HR RBI Pet. Robinson, Cin. 483 112 166 33 116 .344 INDIVIDUAL BATTING (225 or more at bats) Player, Club AB R H HR RBI Pet. Runnels, Bos. 462 67 155 9 53 .335 Kalinc, Del. 266 57 84 20 66 .316 Jimenez, K.C. 432 44 136 11 Sicbcrn, K.C. 483 92 151 19 Burgess, Pllt. 301 T.Davis, L.A. 516 32 103 12 53 .342 90 176 20 122 .341 H.Aaron, MM. 487 108 166 34 105 .341 Muslal, St.L. Altaian, Chi. F.Alou, S.F. Cepeda, S.F. Skinner, Pitt. 319 454 441 495 433 44 107 14 56 .335 63 146 21 65 .322 76 142 19 79 .322 85 158 28 92 .319 79 138 18 66 .319 Clemenle, Pitt. 434 80 137 9 66 .316 White, St.L. 483 Dav'port, S.F. 395 Calllson, Phil. 499 Kuenn, S.F. 354 V/illlams, Chi. 502 Ashburn, N.Y. 333 Groat, Pitt. 534 Derncter, Phil. 441 Howard, L.A. 352 W.Davis, L.A. 473 Gonzalez, Phil. 437 Fairly, L.A. 354 74 152 18 82 .315 70 124 12 50 .314 69 .313 51 .311 89 156 17 54 110 8 79 155 19 76 .309 53 103 7 64 163 1 65 134 23 Rctier, Wash. 259 Robinson, Chi. 473 Rollins, Minn. 520 Snydcr, Bait. Lumpe, K.C. Smith, Chi. Hlnton, Wash. 414 Rlch'son, N.Y. 544 Yastr'skl, Bos. 515 325 521 409 30 81 7 72 146 7 81 160 14 40 99 74 158 65 .315 96 .313 33 .313 85 .309 85 .308 9 32 .305 53 123 13 54 124 16 76 163 8 74 153 16 9 74 .303 67 .301 61 .300 46 .299 72 .297 Mantle, N.Y. 288 71 85 24 64 .295 Cun'ham, Chi. 422 76 124 7 60 .294 Power, Minn. 471 63 138 13 50 .293 L.TIVmas, L.A. 457 68 134 19 80 .293 Moron, L.A. 5J9 76 154 14 62 .291 Hoblns'n, Bait. 493 65 143 18 66 .290 Adair, Bait. 382 Mays, S.F. Boycr, St.L. 469 Crandall, Mil. 304 Mcjias, Hou. 461 Spongier/ Hou. 340 Dalr'ple, Phil. 290 James, St.L. 307 Flood, St.L. 526 Pmson, Cln. 490 Lynch, Cin. 230 Rodgers, Chi. 354 Wills, L.A. Hlller, S.F. Mantilla, N.Y. 402 Cardenas, Cln. 458 Gilllam, L.A. 458 Kanchl, N.Y. 254 Blas'ame, Cin. 386 Brock, Chi. 392 Boiling, Mil. 315 Thomas, N.Y. 481 Coleman, Cln. 408 Cov'lon, Phil. 228 Banks, Chi. 487 Aspr'nle, Hou. 410 Javier, St.L. 470 Gotay, St.L. 321 84 .304 58 107 22 90 .304 92 143 19 74 .302 76 132 20 63 .302 67 107 13 58 .302 28 .309 Battey, Minn. 422 49 .305 Lopez, N.Y. 268 501 103 151 38 109 .301 74 140 19 84 .299 30 91 6 39 .299 61 .297 27 .297 46 .297 44 91 6 51 .296 65 137 22 37 101 4 34 86 9 79 154 12 143 20 34 66 32 101 547 105 154 474 74 133 S7 ,293 77 .292 9 43 .287 47 113 11 55 128 7 63 127 42 70 61 106 70 107 9 32 86 7 59 131 29 62 111 26 30 62 8 72 131 31 44 110 11 83 125 7 43 85 1 5 6 2 42 .281 40 .285 40 .282 54 .281 47 .279 3 35 .277 4 23 .276 2 24 .275 35 .273 34 .273 Charles, K.C. 411 Bright, Wash. 319 Clinton, Bos. Clmoli, K.C. Johns'n, Wash. 395 Luplow, Cle. 247 270 455 51 110 9 46 121 10 39 77 6 67 117 15 48 91 14 49 77 15 40 .288 52 .287 39 .287 60 .285 54 .285 55 .285 59 129 10 66 .234 48 112 12 42 70 11 42 .284 37 .283 . Colavlto, Det. 476 68 134 29 91 .282 Essegian, Cle. 278 49 78 18 43 .281 Tresh, N.Y. 489 The public meeting, scheduled for 2 p.m. at Commission headquarters, 400 Royal street, was called last week after the 1962 hunting regulations were j announced by the U.S. Fish andi Pirafes Back Down On Walkout Threat The curtailed regulations drew heavy fire in Louisiana and prompted the Commission to set the Monday meeting as a prelude to its regular monthly meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday. The specific dates of the Louisiana season are expected to be announced at the Tuesday meeting after the Commission has listened to public recommendations Monday. Under the federal regulations, Louisiana may have a 24 1 /i-day a " u ; ST. LOUIS (AP) - Pittsburgh | days and we said we wouldn't i Pirate players, after rebelling for play. We didn't have to." i the second time in throe years against crowded game scheduling, called off a threatened walkout Saturday. In I960, the Pirates won their point. Art Routzong, Cardinal business manager, said, "Giles said ho was going to rule the Pirates had to play at that time (1960), '.but Bob Carpenter (owner of the This time, they backed down j Phillies) gave in and the sched- on the advice of baseball's play- j due was revised. He said: er attorney, Judge Robert Can-! "Th e Pirates bluffed and got f ""•••—'— | away with it then, and now they're non of Milwaukee. Cannon, after talking to Nation- j trying to bluff us." al League President Warren Routzong, acting in the absence Giles, advised the Pirates to play i of Cardinal General Manager duck season, with a limit of two ducks, only one of which may be 75 137 17 71 J30 i o millirri nr Mark rmllnrrl In Bressoud, Bos. 496 65 138 12 57 .273 i S mallarcl Or D13CK maiiaro. in orcon, Minn. 490 ai 135 14 52 .276 addition, the state will have a bon- Allen, Minn. Boycr, N.Y. 467 446 61 129 11 54 .276 70 Howard, N.Y. 393 50 108 15 123 17 56 1276'us limit of two scaup (do-gris). the day-night doubleheader Satur- j Bing Devine who is out of town, is set for Sunday. i said he received permission from The controversy arose when the | Giles after Friday afternoon's Cardinal management, in agree- \ heavy rain to reschedule Friday ment with the Pirate manage-' night's game for Saturday night 75 .275 37 .274 60 .273 16 .273 70 .272 Pearson, L.A. 492 99 135 4 Bruton, Det. 439 73 120 12 Tartabull, K.C. 238 39 65 0 Malzone, Bos. 500 59 136 16 .. .... Wagner, L.A. 487 81 132 30 91 .271 Gentile, Bait. 426 69 115 28 72 .270! Torres, L.A. 370 " " Herzog, Bait. 234 P'gll'ronl, Bos. 248 Powell, Bait. 329 Francona, Cle. 505 62 133 10 The state will have a 70-day,~ re-scheduled Friday night's'if the game was rained out. with a dailv limit' rained out contest for Saturday; "We also received such permis- ' . . ^ . ! nirrrif T^lip PirratpQ nhipptnrl tn <simi frnm .Inn "Rrnum frtnnnt.ol 35 100 8 64 .270 i TllC 32 63 7 " ' 38 66 11 42 87 15 of five, of which two may (specklebelly) 34 -^ I closed Hubbs, Chi. 530 68 140 5 45 .264 80 272 Allison, Minn. 403 75 .272 ~ '- " - -39 .272 84 .269 47 .263 34 .266 25 .265 Maz'skl, Pllt. 462 Kasko, Cln. 420 Edwards, Cln. 345 Oliver, St.L. 2-S6 Larker, Hou. 413 Warwick, Hou. 381 Taylor, Phil. 509 Savage, Phil. 293 42 122 12 63 .264 55 111 35 91 31 65 7 50 108 8 50 100 13 76 133 7 45 76 7 33 ,264 38 .264 3C .264 37 .266 46 .264 54 .263 76 .263 i 30 .262 i 53 .261 i « '» « -* 82 106 19 54 69 7 53 122 4 The Pirates objected to ; sion from Joe Brown (general playing a night game before a manager of the Pirates) and Dan- ras^reg^Uonr^ciud^dl doubleheader They .aid they ny Murtaugh (field manager of i ™ nn p-nori-, i f \na were willing to play an afternoon • the Pirates) at that time. he neck? ^"inSmSanfand "S f >?" f"^ "J^ "?' ? ""^^ ^r T ,., ... . : Sunday, or a day game Saturday j rate players were inormed of the DclGrcco, K.C. 263 Rodgers, L.A. 468 Skowron, N.Y. 375 49 98 19 68 .261 i pf l i n a H pnf | (1-in Cnv Thl JUA X.I Tit. 1 JT Oi/1 *-« IU dllXIHl U1C ''-', , j i., ml ..., n ,. n ;,,,,j| and a night game Monday. Mon- possibility before the game. l interested hunlei s ai e mvil- , J * ° ,. * h I \jfti X.III. t«H UH I,(I I HJ .£3U , , . .1 McAurte, Det. 346 42 90 9 46 .260 mcetinc, the Commission said. tlrrtnrtl Dnlt A(\*l iniftCli f\ nrn ° Brandt, Bolt. Long, N.Y. Romano, Cle. 394 407 256 Marls, N.Y. 488 H'shb'ger, Chi. 339 60 105 16 27 66 7 58 101 20 83 124 29 45 86 3 Ctl t Hi V IV 11. | afternoon < day ls an opcn dalc> (.ILIUI lllJ\^iI _, . | • 1 ' /-T • j • i 1 1 Giles said in Cincinnati the de-: Phillips, Cle. 476 42 118 . 50 262 Piersall, Wash. 383 ~ 54 .262 34 .261 39 .259 Mathcws, Mil. 420 81 108 22 76 .257 /Vdcock, Mil. 315 Roscboro, L.A. 304 Hickman, N.Y. 285 Sievers, Phil. 401 Wine, Phil. 262 Post, Cln. 243 Pagan, S.F. 446 McMillan, Mil. 405 80 25 69 .254 77 72 7 44 .253 9 32 .253 51 101 17 66 .252 66 4 20 .252 58 111 61 14 52 .251 46 .249 62 101 12 38 .249 Virdon, Pitt. 525 67 130 3 40 .248 Neal, N.Y. 439 51 109 11 45 .248 Thr'b'ry, N.Y. 272 25 67 14 39 .246 Hoak, Pllt. 349 54 84 5 45 .241 Maye, Mil. 245 27 Llllis, Hou. 363 78 Bell, Mil: 284 33 P'ndl't'n, Hou. 276 Santo, Chi. 494 84 59 92 68 9 0 5 25 65 8 37 116 15 A'lfltano, Hou. 337 36 79 1 Chacon, N.Y. 286 36 66 1 Stuart, Pitt. 355 48 81 15 Smith, Hou. 269 22 60 9 T.Aaron, Mil. 239 42 53 7 Zlmmer, Cln. 239 Burrlght, L.A. 233 19 52 28 48 31 .241 23 .240 29 .239 32 .236 71 .235 23 ,234 22 .231 .56 .228 26 .223 24 .222 17 .218 29 .706 Grand slam homers—H. Aaron, Milwaukee and Robinson, Cincinnati, three each; Clemenle, Pltlsburgh and Adcock, Milwaukee, two each; Malhews, Mcnke and T. Aaron, Milwaukee; Mays, Davenport and Bailey, San Francisco; Demeter, Sievers and Mahotley, _Philadelplila; | Clinc, Cle. 291 35 95 42 71 K'brew, Minn. 445 64 108 34 333 365 Brown, Del. Held, Cle. Howser, K.C. 286 Boros, Del. Cash, Del. Klndall, Cle. 62 .258 37 .258 i 67 .256 82 .254 39 .254 41 .248 24 .248 22 .244 95 .243 30 81 10 29 .243 44 87 13 42 .238 52 68 6 281 39 67 13 427 77 101 33 415 42 98 11 Collier, Wash. 373 44 88 6 Geiger, Bos. 356 52 84 13 Carreon, Chi. 237 25 56 4 Aparlcio, Chi. 477 54 111 7 84 14 King, Wash. 262 Fern'dez, Det. 362 Landis, Chi. Koppe, L.A. Schilling, Bos. 308 Wood, Det. 34 40 421 69 358 44 37 354 65 34 .238 41 .238 70 .237 44 .236 37 .236 42 .236 31 .236 34 .233 26 .233 43 .232 97 15 56 .230 82 4 40 .229 70 5 25 .227 80 8 29 .226 58 102 16 53 .217 46 72 8 35 .211 Vers'les, Minn. 469 Hardy, Bos. 341 Klrkland, Cle. 354 48 69 18 62 .195 Grand slam homers—Robinson, Baltimore; Mlncher, Minnesota, and Clinton, Boston, two each; Hardy, Boston; Maxwell and Landis, Chicago; Marls, Skowron, Boyer, Berra, Richardson and Mantle, New York; Woodllng and Hamlin, Washington; Power, Allison and Killebrew, Minnesota; Ramos and Dillard, Cleveland; Charles, Kansas City; Boros, Colavlto and Bruton, Detroit, and Powell, Baltimore, one each. Koofenai Is Winner of Mohan Run CHICAGO (AP) - Kootenai, owned by Barbara Hunter, of Nicholasville, Ky., galloped through the mud at Arlington termining factor was that this is Ihe last series these two teams are scheduled to play this year, in either St. Louis or Pittsburgh." The National League president declined to compare his decision with one he made in 1960 when WASHINGTON, D. C. (Spl.) , . ,, , , ! VVnOIlilVUlUIN, LI. <^. tapl.J —' such a night game was rc-schcd-: ^ Migrato Bird Comniission ulcd for another date. j ()f lh ^ S . Department of In. l ± not r f collcct my idmslon torior has announced the cstab- Park Arlington Shirley in 19GO cearly enough to comment on it," he said. The 1960 Pirates, en route to the National League pennant, also objected to schedule jamming. lishment of three new wildlife ref- i uges and the 'purchase of an ad- \ ditional 8,444 acres to enlarge two existing refuges. The new refuges will be the >-' *-' i-.'i 1 1 t 1 ' 4.llV^ilW»tlWl 11 LI V 3 » J II WV- LUV> Saturday to win the $55,750 Pitcher and player rcprcscnta- p rlmehook 11|23b3 acrcs in Sussex 3 ton Matron by 4', lengths, live Bob I'r.end, who led balm- Cmmt Dclaw Toppenish, 12, Hey Jones, who won ihe!, day s rebellion with shortstop j „,, a ( Tes jn the Y .^ ma Rim . ace a year ago while Kootenai j Dick Groat, relerrmg to the iDfifl watershcd of Washington; and vas running fifth as the favorite. I incident, said we were sched- . , N . . . ,. finished second in the 1'i mile ; "led to play five games injhree j £^ an Com( y t ^ D race for fillies and mares. Brock, Chicago; Kasko, Edwards and Pitcher, Club Follcs, Cincinnati; Whllllold, St. Louis; Wilhclm, Bait. Buddln and Larker, Houston; W. Davis, i Radatz, Bos. PITCHING (10 or more decisions) Los Angeles; Thomas and Kanchl, New York; Logan and Clendenon, Pittsburgh, ono each. PITCHING (10 or more decisions) Pitcher, Club Face, Pill. Koulax, L.A. Shaw, Mil. Gibson, SI.L. Farrell, Hou. Elslon, Chi. f'urkey, Cin. IP H BB SO W L ERA 80 59 16 39 8 S 1.58 176 124 50 209 14 S 2.15 201 188 35 114 IS 8 2.33 197 138 81 174 IS 9 2.51 180 145 43 153 8 16 2.70 56 47 28 30 4 7 2.73 23U 216 56 118 20 4 2.80 Drysdale, L.A. 243 216 55 187 22 7 3.07 Spahn, Mil. Broglio, SI.L. . 195 180 37 88 13 II 3.08 161 140 67 94 10 6 3,13 , Marlchal, S.F. 226 197 81 128 16 9 3.15 Baldschun, Phil. 9-i 83 54 76 7 7 3.16 Friend, Pllt. McBoan, Pitt. Law, Pllt. 208 227 43 117 14 11 3.20 156 179 55 93 13 8 3.29 126 129 23 71 10 6 3.36 Mahaftoy, Phil. 220 192 52 145 17 10 3.40 O'Toolo, Cln. O'Dell, S.F. Short, Phil. Sanlord, S.F. Henillcy, Mil. Jay, Cln. 205 1/6 77 145 13 13 3.47 217 210 51 150 15 11 3.48 98 100 42 60 8 7 3.49 193 169 62 117 17 6 3.50 161 158 51 88 9 10 3.53 224 217 79 128 19 10 3.62 Wcshburn, St.L. 135 141 36 81 10 6 3.67 McDanlcl, SI.L. 92 75 24 62 3 8 3.82 PlQrce, S.F. Green, Phil. 110 106 23 49 11 4 3.85 111 124 34 52 6 5 3.89 Johnson, Hou. 163 163 37 143 6 14 3.92 Francis, Pllt. Schullz, Chi. Podrcs, L.A. Kooncc, Chi. Jackson, St.L. Miller, S.F. Maloney, Cln. 119 118 61 83 5 7 3.93 69 61 23 50 5 5 404 189 194 56 131 10 10 4.05 162 171 73 75 9 7 4 06 188 206 50 79 10 10 4.07 63 85 34 57 4 6 4.07 75 65 41 62 8 4 4.08 Aguirre, Det. Roberts, Bait. Chance, L.A. Buumann, Chi. Ford, N.Y. IP H BB SO W L ERA 76 51 28 75 5 9 1.54 96 67 34 114 6 4 1.97 157 109 45 117 12 5 2.12 139 122 33 75 8 6 2.53 150 147 46 87 11 7 2.94 103 100 25 48 6 4 2.97 200 183 54 126 13 6 3.02 Rudolph, Wash. 147 147 34 57 7 6 3.1 Bellnsky, L.A. Fisher, Chi. 148 111 97 116 8 6 3.22 137 121 39 64 6 4 3.22 Herbert, Chi. 181 168 55 89 14 7 3.23 Kaal, Minn. Barber, Bait. U3 136 57 212 188 65 138 13 12 3.27 9 6 332 by Willie Shoemaker, earned $33,250. She was timed in 1:52 4-5, The 4-year-old daughter of Royal Vale paid $6.00, $3.80 and $3.00. Shirley Jones, ridden by Wil- Wkk'sham, K.C. 73 55 27 44 8 2 3.33 i l| am RnlnnH Hllrl n-im-vinn !nr> Stenh'se, Wash. 161132 76 9810 9 3.35 1 lldm OQlAttQ 8110 Cdliying top The Delaware refuge is needed i to provide waterfowl acreage in ! an area where industrial dcvelop- i ment is threatening present areas. ! In Washington, land use which is Lake Charles' American Legion j threatening vital duck marshes; the field of leu. j baseball teams will be honored at j will be forestalled. The North Da- i Koolenai, the 2-1 favorite ridden the annual awards banquet at 7:30! kola refuge is designed to im- Fluoresee was third and Times Two was fourth before a crowd; of 25,283. Only two necks separated the second, third and fourth horses in Legion Awards Banquet Is Set . 129 68 78 ii 4 3.35 weight of 123 pounds, compared onovan, e. 191 37 64 16 7 3.40 . ",,, ., ' . ' , Terry, N.Y. 236204 461381810 3.« i lo 116 on the winner, returned ' 145 196 L.A. Donovan, Cle. Bunnlnn, Del. 193 188 56 143 13 8 3.45 Foscual, Minn. 193177 4215615 8 3.591 Monb'q'le, Bos. 183 179 51 117 11 12 3.59, p.m. Wednesday, at the H e nr y j prove important breeding areas Gray Legion home.' ! for ducks. Jim Blanchette, baseball pro-; Scheduled for enlargement are gram chairman for W, B. William- i the Brigantine refuge in New Jcr- son Post 1, said (lie affair willjsey, where 7,603 acrcs will be honor players on the Pepsi Cola; acquired, and the Mackay Island and Electrical Distributors teams, i refuge in North Carolina and Yir- Individual and special awards svill i ginia, slated to be enlarged by : be presented, Blandielte said. ,841 acres. Simmons, St.L. 109 130 2p 49 8 7 4.13 Buhl, Chi. 154 156 20 49 72 71 10 9 4.15 W'deshlck, Hou. 121 140 47 70 5 15 4.17 Williams, L.A. Golden, Hou. Bruce, Hou. Jackson, N.Y. Craig, N.Y. Hacldlx, Pllt. McLlsh, Phil. Cardwell, Chi. Bennell, Phil. Burdetlc, Mil. Hook, N.Y. 149 147 74 88 12 8 4.23 129 142 38 69 S II 4.26 139 132 65 103 7 8 4.27 191 196 66 97 6 17 4.29 183 205 50 87 7 20 4.48 119 124 37 86 8 5 4.54 129 159 42 Si 8 4 4.60 95 83 46 78 8 3 3.60 , 70 71 26 23 4 6 3.60 : 173 150 62 77 10 8 3.64 ! 116 108 39 48 6 10 3.65 160 156 54 79 10 9 3.66 ; 133 122 57 90 4 11 3.72 . 140 115 82 93 11 5 373 Cheney, Wash. 123 94 81 92 4 8 3.73 j 175 158 82 150 11 12 3.75 108 99 48 62 5 5 3.83 127 130 46 51 7 10 3.90 167 155 60 111 II 8 3.93 191 189 58 107 12 11 4.01 i 146 140 65 75 5 11 4.01 ' 114 87 45 69 8 5 4.03 169 155 95 131 6 13 4.10 61 52 24 55 8 3 4.13 185 171 78 116 12 13 4.18 157 168 49 62 9 10 4.18 146 158 29 100 8 12 4.19 Krallck, Minn. 183 194 49 100 9 8 4 23 129 126 81 57 8 5 4.26 119 120 39 70 6 10 4.31 100 95 44 73 10 9 4.41 176 123 49 63 8 8 4.57 108 92 54 59 6 6 4.58 70 55 29 59 6 S 4.63 66 51 55 63 2 9 4.64 Bowsficld, L.A. 112120 31 37 8 7 466! Sliaman, Minn. Kuiyna, Wash. Stafford, N.Y, Osteen, Wash. Lee, L.A. Latman, Cle. Wilson, Bos. Plzarro, Chi. Bouton, N.Y. Buzhardt, Chi, Pappas, Bolt. Conley, Bos. Ramos, Cle. Sctiul, K.C. F.sfrada, Ball. Moore, Minn. Rukow, K.C. Perry, Cle. Mossl, Del. Fay tack, Del. Wynn, Chi. Bell, Cle. Regan, Det. Grant, Cle. Zannl, Chi. Duren, L.A. 161 163 46 6 12 4.64 127 119 57 103 5 9 4.89 136 162 22 57 99 4.90 170 186 51 86 8 14 5.14 R.L.Mil'r, N.Y. 115 121 50 73 0 10 5.17 Ellsworth, Chi. 170 201 59 6 17 5.24 Hamilton, Phil. 156 159 95 92 7 11 5.31 Hobble, CHI. 143 177 55 78 4 12 5.41 Anderson, N.Y. 95 105 46 47 3 13 5.59 No-hit aame—Koulgx, Lot Angeles. Coates, N.Y. 81 82 39 53 6 6 4.67 Bunmdc, Wash 132 139 44 66 5 11 4.77 Hoed, Ball. Wyall, K.C. Pfisler, K.C. Fisher, Ball. Grba, L.A. 89 78 37 61 4 i 4.85 107 108 72 83 8 7 4.88 159 144 93 105 3 U 4.98 114 131 49 57 6 5 5.05 134 152 58 59 6 8 5.17 Daniels, Wash. 125 130 58 52 5 13 5.26 Scliwall, Bos. Horlen, Chi. Sheldon, N.Y. Walker, K.C. Clscp, Bos. 150 149 105 83 6 14 5.28 83 89 40 44 5 5 5.42 113 127 28 52 7 8 5.58 137 159 73 42 8 9 6.fl4 83 95 SO 43 4 7 6.72 No-hit games—Bellnsky, Los Angeles) Wilson and Menbouquelte. Boston, September 1 Elect No, 20 JUDGE JAMES N. LEE STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICE The present office holder has passed the age of re. tirement; today he can retire on full salary; instead he seeks a third H year term which he admits he cannot fulfill because, by law, he must retire at age 75. Plect A Man Who Can Serve The Full Fourteen Year Term ELECT A MAN OF DEDICATION, HONOR & INTEGRITY (Paid Pol. Ad) TOM ADAY SAYS AS THE 5EIBERLING ' TIRES DISTRIBUTOR HE WANTS TO SELL TIRES HE'IS NO LONGER ASSOCIATED WITH ANY OTHER BUSINESS IN LAKE CHARLES . . . HE OPENED A COMPLETELY NEW BUSINESS AT 1300 BROAD "DIAGONALLVACROSS FROM TOM & MAC'S DRIVE-IN" If he's to sell tires he has to sell right* He's going to make the prices so attractive you can't afford not to buy. Your size tire is sold at discount prices on the day you need it. Today would be a good time to check, without obligation. ^^^^^^^^^^^^"""^^^•••••••••••••i DAY SPECIAL! SEIBERLING CHALLENGE NYLON BLAGK TUBELESS Size 7.50x14 DISCOUNT 1O 70 PRICE It./U PLUS TAX ZiZ7 SALES TAX .. .. . . .30 TOTAL NO TRADE NEEDED WHITE S1DEWALL SIZE 7.50x14 DISCOUNT PRICE PLUS TAX .. SALES TAX 14.73 2.27 .34 SEIBERLING TOTAL NO TRADE NEEDED 3fTEX< NYTEX'NYTEX.NYTKX.NY-> New! I SEIBERLING 3 NYTEX ! TUBELESS 7:50x14 BLACK 7:50x14 WHITEWALL 1^3 "*y\ XI 8:00x14 BLACK 8:00x14 WHITE WALL $ 54 z THESE PRICES INCLUDE ALL TAXES - NOTHING ^ MORE TO PAY - NO EXCHANGE TIRE NECESSARY g [.MYTIX'NYTIX Sale every Day. Prices reduced on every tire in stock, passenger, truck, and tractpr. You make the deal and we sell the Seiberling Tires that will fit your needs. Tom Aday Sells Retail (AT DISCOUNT THICKS) Tom Aday Sells Wholesale (DK.XLKR INQDIitlUS 1NV1THU) Tom Aday Sells Commercial (TllUCK EQUIPPED FOR COMPLETE TIKE SEKVICE) U HOUR SERVICE Aday Sells On Budget Terms (PAY AS VOU UET PAID) ASK ABOUT OUR DEAL ON BATTERIES "TOM" 1300 BROAD "Your Auialle Oil DUUibutor"

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