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Wildlife Federation Blasts Waterfowl Management Policy By FRANK Af)AMS tions resulted in a 50 percent re-, the reliability of waterfowl status that the federal agency shift its it termed "mismanagement" o! ALEXANDRIA — The Louisi- Auction in hunter opportunity for reports, citing instances where attention to breeding ground work waterfowl resources by the ish „« vrsMisf. »«i-...i— ,„.:.:„. u...— ^ *.„, 1L . *,-.-<. „,, ^ui.t. Service,! instead of concentrating on hunt-' and Wildlife Service and -her ana Wildlife Federation, representing the sportsmen of the state, has loosed a verbal broadside at the nation's waterfowl management policies. The body's Board of Directors, holding their annual fall meeting here Sunday, approved a statement of policy on the 1962 duck many Louisiana hunters, the fed- the Fish and Wildlife eration accused the federal agen- Ducks Unlimited and the Nation-,er restrictions. are cy of discriminating against Lou- al Wildlife Federation all submit isiana when considering duck regulations. The directors were told that this year's regulations, providing for a limit of two ducks and a b o n u s of two scaup, | federal branches, particular!, the It also called for a policy of Department of Agriculture. Id to the Th e latter referred to saying that the long-time amounts to a reduction from 19611 statement said. • t. t * 1 • 4 .••14 ' ••»». i "-"—J ***n V1IMI* 1,11V- IWtlb VI «t*W from data which is kept hidden policy o{ stockpi i in g dlicks has away in some dark archive and proven ineffective, not given to the public," the the has age of waterfowl wetlands at thd The Federation called on Loui-j same time the Fish and Wildlifa SANDERS GANGED — Doug Sanders is mobbed by small fry fans Sunday after he won the $35,000 Oklahoma City Open golf tournament. Sanders shot a 280 for the four rounds to finish two strokes in front of Johnny Pott and capture his second straight tournament victory. (AP Wirepholo). Big Comeback Gives Sanders OC Victory said OKLAHOMA CITY (AP)—Doug (gale of Jacksboro, Tex., was atj check for $680. Sanders, who put together the' 207 biggest comeback of the PGA Disaster struck Massengale, 25- tour this year to win the $35,000 year-old former Texas Christian Oklahoma City Open Golf Tourna-1 University star in his third year ment Sunday, says he has to con- on the tour, when he missed a 6- sider himself lucky. i inch tap-in on No. 4 for a double .... , .,.11. bogey. He slipped steadily from You ve got to be lucky to win thal pojn , and fjnished w ,' th a 5 . "I didn't do a single thing right after the eighth hole," Brewer AUGUST 27, 1962, LokeChorles American Press "J1 FROM NOW JILL LABOR DRY! ...~.,v «, fujjkj- vn nit, At/iscr uuun. aijjuuu I.T cw a f CUUlLllHI Jil/fU itfQi < JMrftCillCTIlL 9CX1U. . • , - _ .«• J- * t and goose hunting regulations and limits for hunters in North Lou-', The Federation said also that:f' ana . members ,. of . Congress to: Service was spendmg funds to ere- the ovrll - launchan mve *^™ into what ate the same type of lands. _,--„„„ .._.......j^ j ^^u.vti.1 vjiiki til iv* i it*tji v%3 » w» JIMIILV. li-I III ilUL 111 il\IU~ i L 11C i CU^l 0 lli/l I OCI1U d U\J LI 1OL j 1 the overall waterfowl situation.! isiana, where scaup are seldom! the duck population has contin-; _' The statement included sharp crit-1 found. i ued to decrease despite stricter i MOM., icism of the U. S. Fish and Wild- The statement, also questioned i hunting regulations and urged | life Service as well as suggestions for bringing the waterfowl management program of the federal agency up to date. Charles Bosch, Executive Director of the Federation, was scheduled to present the organization's views at the special waterfowl hearing of the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission at New Orleans Monday. In addition to approving the waterfowl statement, the Federation voiced unanimous opposition to reported plans of the Louisiana Commission to close the duck season in the state this year and 1o curtail cooperation with (he federal agency. The group called for increased cooperation between all interested agencies and groups in an effort to promote more efficient management of waterfowl. The Federation statement, drafted by the body's Executive Board and approved in Sunday's meeting of state directors, warned that the sport of waterfowl hunting is dying under present regulatory practices. Claiming that'the 1962 regula- any golf gournament," Sanders over-par 77. said as he relaxed after posting a final round 67 over the par 3fi- '. However, his fine play in the 36—72 Quail Creek Country Club first three rounds kept him at 2R4 course for an 8-under-par 280. for the tournament and gave him _ , „ „ , . • i $ 2 ' 200 f° r third place. Sanders won $5,300 to bring his, two-week total to $9,600. He won' After Massengale's putting first money of $4,300 at St. Paul game collapsed on the front nine, Aug. 19. I Brewer was in good shape to _, „ .. _ . . ! take command. But the 30-year- The 29-year-old Georgian who ;nlri nmfpssinnfl , „.__ hp , pf h ' an THE [GENERAL! TIRE plays out of Ojai, Calif., polished off his victory with an eagle on the final hole—and the two strokes he gained there were his margin over Johnny Pott of Gulf Hills, Miss. Pott came in at 282 and won $3.400. i old professional was beset by an almost unbelievable run of bad luck. Standing 4-under-par and even with Sanders, he bogied No. 9, parred No. 10, bogied 11 and 12, | double bogied No. 13,. and bogied „ , , .... the 14th and 15th before finally Sanders made up six strokes in j ^ { „„ & 16th his drive for the load during the final round after starling the day! The rash nf bogies dropped him al 213, 3-under-par. Poll was at; from contention to a 10-over-par 212, Gay Brewer of Crystal River, 1 82. and from a chance for top Fla., was at 210 and Don Massen-i money to a tie for 17th and a N.O. Hopes for AFL Given Boost HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - The chances of New Orleans getting Adams said he will meet with an American Football League Titans. Hunt and Wisiner in Miami Fri- leam apparently went up a notch day and Saturday and propose Sunday. ' AFL Commissioner ,loe Foss con- K. S. (Bud) Adams, owner of duct a telephone poll of the other the AFL Houston Oilers, said: i AFL owners to grant Now Orleans "Unless something startling hap-! a franchise for the 19R3 season pens here to change my mind, Immediately. I'm going to ask Lamar Hunt and Adams was studying Kansas Harry Wismer to vote for New! City's offer to lease its Municipal Orleans." | Stadium to an AFL franchise hold- Hunt, Wismer and Adams are, j er for $1 a year. 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