The Daily Standard from Sikeston, Missouri on May 14, 1969 · Page 5
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The Buekv Report By JOELM. VANCE Information Specialist Missouri Department of Conservation JEFFERSON CITY - The Missouri Conservation Department today issued a special Bucky report to the folk of Marble Hill, Mo. "Bucky is all right. He is happy in his new home and already has made many fine friends. He is getting only the best of food and care and sends his love. He says he misses you all.” Bucky is a deer not quite a year old who was found south of Marble Hill with a broken leg after he had been run over by a mower. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Runnels took the fawn into their home and arranged to have the broken leg set. Today, save for a scar on his right rear leg, Bucky runs and plays just like all the deer. As Bucky grew, he became more a pet of the Marble Hill community rather than a one-family deer. But Bollinger County conservation agent Tom Wilder began to worry that when Bucky grew antlers, he might puncture some of the citizenry since he already playfully butted people. Bucky’s friends regretfully agreed that Bucky must go, so it was decided he would, so to speak, be sent to camp -- more specifically, the Charles W. Green Wildlife Area near Ashland. It was a sad day in late March I «'Hen they can»' for Bucky who didn’t resist as he was crated. There were moist eyes and tremulous “goodbyes” to Bucky who bade a silent farewell to Marble Hill. It was rumored a single tear trickled down his hairy cheek. Bucky is one of three tame deer at the Green area. His two tractable friends are George, a bigger buck who is shedding his winter coat and looks like the moths have been at him, and Old 27, a gentle doe with the delicate grace of a china doll. Green area. He will be part of an experiment on deer teeth which won’t take much of his time and will require only that he say “Aaaaaahhh!” once in a while. Gary Houf, a senior at the University and a student in wildlife management, works on he Green area and helps biologists with their experiments. “Bucky is about the nicest deer we have,” he said. He rubbed the deer on his nubby Homers IMay Staring Holes: Oakland Stops lied Sox SPORTS CORNER Rod Carew’s lightning AL’« hottest clubs; Seattle single crackled in the middle of a downed the skidding New York rhe Twins added another run storm but Jim Northrup saved Yankees 5-3; Washington edged before the inning was over and when rain held up the game for delivered the winning hit. The Jefferson City Board of Education Monday night chose Richard Maloney, head horns and Buck ducked his head basketball coach at California, in pleasure. Mo., the last six years, as the Also on the Green area are a new Jefferson City High School deer in the enclosure and in pens raccoon with the disposition of a head basketball coach at uncouth and suspicious of copperhead and a couple of California, Mo., the last six And there are about 50 wild High School coach. head basketball everybody. Only Bucky, George other animals who would like years, as the new Jefferson City and Old 27 greet children with nothing better than to knock quiet dignity and allow their ears y°u down and, then stomp on to be scratched. y°u for K°°d measure. Bucky actually now belong» through it all, Bucky to the University of Missouri remains sweet Bucky -as nice a which also does work at the Wy as you’d ever want to meet. Curse! Milfoiled Again! COLUMBIA — Weeds can be little sprig of it from a fishbowl, a fisherman's best friend until Next year there was a bigger there are too many of them, clump and finally 15,000 acres Unfortunately. weeds never were clogged up.” reem to knov. when to stop. The weeds offer good fish Particularly Krasian Milfoil, cover which is fine for an aquatic weed which currently fishermen- until the weeds is getting a long, hard look from become so lush the anglers can’t Dr. James Whitley of the get a boat or a bait to the fish. Missouri Department of There are two theories as to Conservation. why the sudden population explosion by the weed. One is his thunder until after the rain. California 2-1 in 10 innings and Carew's inside-the park Cleveland outscored Kansas City homer in the eighth inning led h-6. the Minnesota Twins to a 4-2 Carew, the AL’s top hitter, comeback victory over erased a 2-1 Baltimore lead by Baltimore Tuesday night in a trilling a liner to the right center rhubarbfilled meeting of field fence and following American League division teammate Cntar R«war acres* the leaders. plate with a fadeaway sl.de that Norlhrup’s two-run homer in barely eluded catcher Elrod East, had taken a 2 1 lead in the the seventh, following a long Hendricks, who insisted he had top of the eighth when Frank rain delay, carried the Detroit made the tag. Robinson knocked the ball out Tigers from behind to a 3-1 Moments earlier, Orioles of Boswell s glove in a play at a . , „ p. ., 1# triumph over the Chicago White Manager Earl Weaver was elected the plate that brought Twins National Golf ^Day.^the gou S qx jn a heated dispute over a balk Manager Billy Martin out of the Elsewhere, Oakland nipped called against losing pitcher Mike dugout in a rage. Boston 5-4 in a duel between the Cuellar following Tovar’s leadoff ' he V\ hite Sox led Detroit 1-0 held on for their Uth victory in the last 13 games and a narrow edge over second place Oakland in the West. Winner Dave Boswell struck out 13, but needed ninth inning help from Ron Perranoski. Baltimore, which remained game up on Boston in the The milfoil, present Missouri since 1935 but never a that it is sparked by increased problem before, beBan to make nutrients - particularly nitroRen itself a nuisance in the Oravo,» .Ì,0*Ì°7 k " . 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The other theory (and the “Right now, we’re waiting for one which Dr. Whitley leans Second Class Mail Matter, according the water to clear so we can toward) is that plants keep study growth and see how much reworking themselves genetically of a problem it’s likely to be this until, slowly but surely, they hit year. the ideal set of characteristics The weed has been quite a for their habitat and catch fire, pest in two Tennessee Valley The Conservation Authority impoundments in the Department tried 17 different south where the federal kids of herbicide last year Circulation Mgr. government applied 888 tons of seeking the most effective at 2-4 D herbicide several years ago controlling the milfoil. Some to Act of Congress, March 2, 1875, Saturday, 4th, 1950. Second-class postage paid at Sikeston, Missouri, 6383801. C. L. Blanton, Jr.........Managing Editor C. L. Blanton, III ....Business Manager Paul Bumbarger ..............................Editor Phil Nash............................Adv. Director Allen M. Blanton....Comm. Prtg. Mgr Glenn Greene.... to try to control it types offered 100 per cent "Control’’ is about all that’s control - but not permanent kill. possible. It takes only a sprig to start the weed, like it takes only one germ to start an epidemic. “They even knew how it got This spring’s study will try to predict how serious this summer’s growth will be so landowners around the affected MEMBER The Inland Daily Press Association Audit Bureau of Circulation Missouri Associated Dailies Associated Press The National Editorial | Association MEMBER NmPNALPER Association - Founded 1885 The Associated Press is entitled I exclusively to the use for I rtpublication of all the local news I printed in this newspaper as well as J all AP news dispatches. 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Governor Heames’ proclamation was forwarded to Leo Fraser, President of The Professional Golfers’ Association of America, which is sponsoring National Golf Day for the 18th consecutive year. “Let me extend my appreciation to Governor Heames on behalf of the PGA and all the organizations who have benefited in the past, for his thoughtfulness in recognizing National Golf Day in the State of Missouri,” Fraser said. “In this, the 53rd year of its existence, the PGA plans to make the 18th annual National Golf Day the greatest and most beneficial in its history.” The Governor pointed out that National Golf Day has realized more than $1.3 million since 1952 for worthy projects and charities. Proceeds go to Caddie Scholarship Funds, golf programs for amputees, golf at veterans’ hospitals and armed forces installations, turf research and education, the PGA Benevolent, Relief and * Educational Funds and other deserving projects. The “target” score for contestants in the National Golf Day tournament at their clubs and courses will be set when 1968 PGA Champion Julius , . , ., ., Boros meets 1968 USGA Open HARMON K1LLEBREW of the Twins is greeted at the plate by the three Champion Lee Trevino in the base-runners drove in with a grand-slam against the Royals April 29. The reception “Round Of the Champions.” committee is made up of Rod Carew (left), Ted Uhlaender (11) and Tony Oliva (right). The field of athletics will be (Sporting News Photo) represented at the United States Congress on Evangelism this fall. Officials at the headquarters of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes announced here today that executive director James Jeffrey has been invited to lead seminars and workshops at the significant national gathering. The Congress will be held September 8-13 in Minneapolis, Minn. Over 8,000 ministers, laymen, evangelists, seminary students and others in Christian work will take part. Dr. Billy Graham is the honorary chairman of the Congress. Senator Mark Hatfield (R. Ore.) will be one of the featured speakers. Jeffrey, former standout Baylor football player, will present the thrust and scope of FCA at the Congress. He participated in the World Congress on Evangelism in Berlin in 1966 with other active FCA participants, including former UCLA All-American gridder Donn Moomaw, now a Presbyterian minister in California, and Loren Young, FCA’s southeast regional director in Atlanta, Ga. Daniel Ball, A native of Kirksville, has been assigned to the St. Charles - St. Louis city area as an education advisor by the Missouri Department of Conservation. Ball has a bachelor’s degree in ducation from Northeast Missouri State at Kirksville and a master’s m education from Duke University. Education advisors work with schools in methods and technics of teaching conservation. This is the time of the year when children and baby wild animals seem to come together like little girls and dolls. But game experts for the Missouri Department of Conservation advise tht despite the cuddly, helpless appearance of the baby animal, resist the temptation to pick it up and take it home. In the first place, the baby almost certainly isn’t abandoned. Mothr rabbit or raccoon is nearby, watching the whole thing with apprehension. Secondly, a wild animal is a wild animal. Virtually all wild animal babies grow up with a complete set of wild instincts and are frustrated if kept in captivity. Such a n i a ms 1 as raccoons, hile extremely interesting to watch, can be savage if thwarted and could remove part of a child’s anatomy with their sharp teeth. Best bet on finding wild animals is to tiptoe quietly away. Thomas Hill Lake is 140,000 northern pike richer than it was earlier this spring. The Department of Conservation has stocked that many two - inch northerns in the lake, which had been stocked with some of the torpedo - bodied inhabitants of the north country lakes two years ago fi3 minutes after a Icadoff smgle by Norm Cash in Hie seventh When play was resumed, Joe Horlen, who had allowed just three hits, was replaced by Bob Locker. Locker struck out Willie Horton, but Northrup crashed i two-run homer off the upper deck facade in right, sending the Tigers and left-hander Mickey l,olich past the Sox, who had won four straight from East Division clubs. Oakland slipped past the Bed Sox on Rick Monday’s tie-breaking bloop single in the eighth, extending its winning streak to five games and snapping Boston’s victory string at eight. Carl Yaftrscmiki’s two-run homer gave the Bed Sox a 4-3 lead in the top of the eighth, but doubles by Keggie Jackson and Danny Cater tied it in the bottom half before Monday Gerry McNertney poled a three run homer off Mel Stottlemyre in the fourth inning, erasing a 2-0 New York lead built on Robby Mureer’s 10th homer, and the Pilots went on to nail their fifth straight victory. The Yankees have lost six in i row and 13 of their last 14 games, Paul Casa nova’s run-scoring single in the 10th broke a 1-1 tie at Anaheim and snapped the Senators’ losing streak at six games. Mike Epstein homered for Washington in the first inning and Bubba Morton’s first homer in two years pulled the Angels even in the seventh. Pony Horton clubbed two homers and rove in four runs, keying a 16-hit Cleveland attack that gave the Indians their fifth victory in 36 games. Jack Hernandez hit a three-run homer for the Royals. 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