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Atchison Daily Globe (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Atchison, Kansas Gun and Takk 1 is pc the time of by Roy Brink we do not care about it Beirne about Al started. But Don t forget that As soon As the ice clears out of the streams and lakes Channel cats Are to be caught of course with stink bait made from fish. It has no equal for this Early fishing. We have in the some Good sized Channel cats As Early As january and quite a number in february. The Snow will stimulate a Little More Rabbit Hunting. However late january and february is entering into the Breeding season. Unless this deep Snow stays on too Long it will not be a detriment to wildlife. What is hard on wildlife is t deep Snow that stays on for a Long period of time or crusts Over so wildlife cannot scratch through the Snow for feed or an ice covering or a freezing sleet. From some of the remarks made to us and from some letters received from others Hunters Are in favor of opening the state owned lakes for waterfowl Hunting. They Are in agreement that we Are too tightly surrounded by refuges when All these lakes Are closed. How Ever All Are in agreement that waterfowl refuges Are necessary and have no fuss with the Federal refuges. Some believe though we have plenty of them considering that All the Large reservoirs act As refuges not being closed to Hunting which they Are not due to the fact that the ducks raft up far out in the Middle where they can not be touched. A lot of feeling is that Hunters would like to see More Effort spent in Kansas for Public Hunting areas for All kinds of our game. There is a lot of government land and Public land in Kansas that could just As Well be worked into some Public Hunting projects. None of them would Cost a lot of Money to develop. Neil Duloney was in Atchison monday. Neil is vice president of the Kansas association for wildlife. He expressed the opinion that the Kansas lakes should be opened for waterfowl Hunting. Atchison 57, Lennworth 48 redmen Back into race for Nek league Crown by Dick Homan after eight Rou utes. Babe goals for 20 Points. Phil Pickrell Atchison jumped on leaven Hawk and Flachsbarth each add scored 13 and Curtis Hutchison 10 Worth s bewildered pioneers tend a pair of baskets during the the first Quarter Friday night and Quarter. Eased up i the second half to the Box take a 57. 48 Nekl Leavenworth. The win combined with a High and Park upset Over Lawrence 2 48, g ave Atchison an Excel Lent Chance to get Back into the title lace. The redmen Are now 2 2 lie league and they have eight of 11 for the season. After that Leavenworth changed at its defensive alignment and the Laurie redmen cooled off somewhat. At Liaison used a fast break to Hawk i Fig 0 7 it 0 up several easy baskets. Laurie who also played a Assn o Good game on defense set up the Smith s plays for Flachsbarth and Smith. Junior Miller Atchison s Saplio torah 24 111 More guard rebounded Well and won Points inclining two Long one handers. Leitch a Leavenworth defense set to Flachsbarth led Atchison scor Rush i Stop Atchison s Lee Flachsbarth eng with 19 and Smith had 16. Backfired on the pioneers in the Miller and Hawk each scored 11. Motley i first Quarter. Leavenworth put two Warren Leitch with 19, was High Spence o Nen on Flachsbarth he Kkt s t Trent -----._. O men on Flachsbarth the Nekl s for Leavenworth Cuey Reading scorer and this left Clar Atchison hit 24 of 53 shots for Mccoy cum to i race Smith open. 45 percent. Leavenworth could it is the common opinion of Quail Hunters who know what the Smith with four baskets in the get Only 29 percent on 18 of 63. Quail stocking has meant to us that they by no Means want it stopped but do believe that a Spring release would be the Best. It is believed that if half As Many Quail were carried Over and released just ahead of mating season that there would be better results. It really sounds logical and would be Worth while for the game department to make a study thereof. The District one meeting of sportsmen clubs to meet in Atchison next Atchison county fish and game association the being planned for saturday feb. 22. However this is not for sure. The club wants to show the prominent picture filmed by the Missouri conservation commission the word will have to come for sure that we can have this picture on this Date. More about that next week. There was to have been an election of officers for the n. E. Kansas Field trial club last tuesday evening at Topeka which was postponed on account of the big Snow storm. The National better business Bureau is cautioning prospecting investors to Check on the economic aspects of raising nutria before putting Cash into the venture the Arkansas game and fish depart ment reports. The nutria a South american import that has gained a foothold in coastal marshes throughout much of the South has been the subject of much misleading information. Although some promoters have been Geeting More than for a pair of these fur bearers while claiming that skins bring up to 575 apiece the business Bureau warns that the. Usual Price for the first period led the Redman As Sault which produced a 17 Mcnally totals it f 7 4 1 1 0 2 2 1 0 1 o a 0 i 1 o i i o i Atchison won the b team game by quarters. 62 53. Kenny smart hit 10 Field 18 m 13 17 15 12 2 14 u top dogs at St. Joe show some of the top purebred dogs of the nation will compete at the St. Joe All Breed dog show and obedience trial to be held in the City auditorium at St. Joe next sri Day feb. 2. Entries for the show closed last week and Here will be More than 600 canines competing for the Many trophies and prizes be ing offered. Top judges have been obtained for the show which is sponsored by the St. Joe Kennel club. Judging in the Breeds will Start at 8 a m. And continue through the Day with the group judging to follow a dog style show scheduled for p. M. Selection of the Best m show dog will be made from the six group winners by Jerome n. Halle of Cleveland Ohio at approximately 10 p. M. Obedience events will be held Atchison sunday Globe. Sunday january 26.1958 5 High school Cage results Atchison 57, Leavenworth 48 and Hiawatha 34, Effingham 32 Nortonville 65, Mclouth 56 Highland Park 52, Lawrence 48 Horton 57, Wathena 46 Sabetha 61, Troy 30 Denton 71, Bendena 57 Robinson 58, Highland 34 Valley Falls 68, Perry 52 Everest 72, Reserve 55 Powhatan 01, Hamlin 20 Oskaloosa so 41 Meriden 41, Winchester 38 Louth. Mclouth won the b team 39 -36. Jake Banks broke out of the snowdrifts last week to keep a dental appointment. Assets of the Federal savings and loan insurance corp. Totalled Mullion on dec. 31, a growth of million during 1957. Re. Serves and unallocated income Rose from s212 million to million. Capital by Folk is wholly owned by the u. S. Treasury. Nortonville nips Mclouth Maur Hill 61 its. Peter and Paul 45 showmanship Competition for the youngsters and their pets the show is held under the auspices of the american Kennel Hub and most Breeds recognized by the arc will be represented j at St. Joe. Friday night 65 56, at Mclouth Nortonville is now 7 0 in the league and is undefeated in 101 games Mclouth s league Accord. Is 6 1 at halftime Nortonville i Junior Ravens close fast in senecas Cage Battle it took Maur Hill Thiee quarters to gather steam Friday night but they finally ran away from its. Peter and Paul ugh school at Seneca 61 45. The first half ended 20 19, Maur Hill in front. Then the Junior Ravens opened up with 18 Points in the third period and a big 23 Point fourth Quarter their Bestol the year. Waller i. 5 i 4 Binkler 400 Hodges 121 totals score by quakers. Maur Hill Seneca 11 18 9 11 15-45 most of uie fourth raw pelts ranges from 50 cents to the a Sec recently adopted a regulation permitting the raising of nutria but Only in escape proof pens and for the purpose of pro-1 corms. Done Pagaling As Brood Stock. A fur breeder s permit is required and any Dave Transfer who be nutria outside of escape proof pens is considered a predator. Came eligible last week scored i four Paul Mccollum five if danger threatens a Brood of red squirrels the Mother moves Corky Jacobs four them one by one to another nest or temporary hiding place. She grasps each one by the Loose skin on its belly and the youngster c ill la it i proc nirl i ail a v flip a nil Lviv re Anlo to Lily. Mil twirl period reserves. And Seneca led at the end of the. ____0_._. First Quarter 10 9, but the Lead curls its legs and Tail around the Mother s neck. This method enables was never secure for either team her to jump from Branch to Branch with her Young. Until the Junior Ravens took a Man sized 38 30 margin going for our Missouri neighbors i into the final period. Jefferson Hunters at Fountain Grove wild. Maur Hill now has life area at the Corner of Linn Livingston and Chariton counties averaged Moie than one bid per Hunter during the 70-Day waterfowl season which closed Jan. 2, according to Paul Tulenko game chief for the conservation commission. Tulenko said area records show that 5764 Hunters were in the blinds on the area during the season and that they bagged 7520 Birds of the total 87 per cent or 6391 were mallards. Also 183 Canada geese were downed at Fountain Grove. At nearby Swan Lake in Northwest Chariton county the average take was one Bird per three Hunters or 0.35 Birds for each Hunter. A total of nimrods tried to lure the geese into Range. They bagged 3680 geese 3530 of which were Canadas 77 blues 68 snows and five White fronts. Heavy mid season rams and flooding in Southeast Missouri scattered the concentration of Birds at Duck Creek wildlife area at the Corner of Bellinger Wayne and Stoddard counties. Even so the 6190 Hunters took 5796 Birds for an average of 0.93 Birds per Hunter. Of the total kill 5118, or 88 per cent were mallards. Record the 61 a 4 6 Point total was owl recently suffered what Many Rabbit Hunters probably think is poetic Justice. Clyde Buiney of Perryville notified conservation agent e. A. Buchanan about the owls electrocution. About seven Miles South of Here an owl apparently had caught a Rabbit for its meal. It then flew to a highline pole but apparently touched the wrong spot and was immediately electrocuted. Both the owl and its prey were found hanging Between two insulators on the pole. Kobert Doniphan hotel owner told this Story to Ripley county conservation agent Jesse l. Tartar and swore it was True Kobert and his companion had hunted Quail All afternoon and needed one More Bird for his limit. They up and returned to their car where they were sorting the Birds and preparing to dress them just then the dogs flushed another Covey of Quail the Birds flew Over the car. One of the Birds struck a Telephone wire broke its neck and fell onto Robert s pile of Quail. That s what he said. Their Best this season. Itee with 15 Points topped the Well balanced offence. Larry Davis had 12 and Matt Koneru 11. Gary Waller a 6 1 Sophomore. Scored five baskets and 11 free throws for its. Peter and Paul to give him 21 Points and game honors. Waller is a brother to Tom Waller Forward on the St. Benedict s team. Maur Hill won the b team game 50 34, with Dale Konzem scor ing 22 Points the Box score Maur 61 recreation Cage results Washington and the Central royals remained undefeated in the recreation Grade school league yesterday As they both posted . Washington downed the Martin eagles 31 to 19, to hand the eagles their first defeat of the season. The Central royals downed the Martin Lions 36 to 12, keeping Pace with the Washington team. The Franklin warriors bounced Back from last week s loss to the royals to Post a 27 to 15--Victory indians Shade tigers Horion stops Wathena 574 Horton made up for its Only loss of the season Friday night with f 57 4s win Over Wathena which had taken an earlier 59 58 win playing at Home Horton took a 20 17 first half Lead and worked from there. John Ritter Wathena s 33 a game scorer was held to 15 pc its but was High for the game Bill Kirschbaum had 13 for Wathena Schuetz with 14, and Latta and i Brown with 13 and 12, led Hor led 45 25. Daud melting scored 16 for j Nortonville Paul Schuler l 5 1 Frank Stansell m. Gary Sumler 13, and Glenn Schuler 7. Robert Lastor. With 1c, was High for me hybrid seed by Only hybrid Mhos and other held and Garden seeds car Mangelsdorf seed store 725 com l phone 177 lost to ton s scoring. Hudnall 6 Jacobs 3 Mcguire 2 Konen 5 Rumery 2 Enright 0 Davis 5 0 2 Fig it t Mccollum totals _ Bendena wins 11th straight Bendena became Denton s Lith straight victim Friday night in a game played at Severance. Den ton won 71 57 after leading 63 33 going into the final Quarter. Fred Knechtl had 16 for Denton Dennis Winchester and Jon Den ton 13 each and Dave Higgins 10. Jim Foster Leal Bendena with 16, Roger Caudle bad 14, and Tom Turpin 11. Denton s record is now 11-0 Bendena has won three of seven. Valley dumps Perry 68-52 five Valley Falls players scored in double figures Friday night As the dragons won a Jefferson county league game Over Perry 68 52. Larry Gragg with 19, was High for Valley but he got quite a bit of help from Danny Coons with 13, Jim Simons and Joe Murray with 12 each and Jim Bowen with 10. John Poiter s 13 Points were High for Perry. Valley Falls which now has an 8 4 record led 24 13 at the end the first Quarter and 38 at halftime. 26 no. 7 on Wing Detroit we Hec Lalance is the third player to Wear no. 7 on the Detroit red wings this season. Guylo fielder first wore it this season until he was returned to the Western hockey league. Jhun no. 7 went to Billy Den. Ca was one of the four players Detroit traded to Chicago s Black Hawks to get Lalance and three others. Let us repair your broken to antennas and Lead wire. Freder ick s service. Phone 330. Everest zips by Reserve Tom Hutchison s 34 Points provided the margin Friday night As Everest won a Brown county league game with Reserve 72 55. John Ubelaker followed Hutchi son with 15 Points. Foster and Schulenberg were High for Reserve with 19 and 12. Youth Breaks 4-minute mite Melbourne Jan. 25 is teenagers Are getting into the four minute mile business now. Herb Elliott australian mile Champion although Only 19, was timed in today while beat ing Ron Clarke by 30 Yards in a dub race. He said he could have run faster had he been Elliott is the 18th" Man to break the four minute Barrier since or. Roger Bannister first did it on May 6. 1954, with a time of 3-59.4. In All the Barrier now has been crossed 31 times by athletes from 10 Australia Hungary United slates Sweden Ireland Czechoslovakia Denmark Finland and Belgium. The fastest time Ever recorded is by Derek Ibbotson of great Britain on july 19, 1957, in Lon Don. It has not yet been approved As a world record. Prior to today Don Bowden of California was the youngest run Ner to break four minutes. He was 20 Wisn he did last year. The directors of the it. Vernon cemetery association at a recent meeting decided to curb Wuh con Crete a portion of the cemetery roads and to resurface certain of the driveways. They will continue to beautify the cemetery As rapidly As funds permit. It is the Hope of this association which of non profit that civic minded people will keep in mind that bequests will be Leighly acceptable. Its Peter and pc Kramer _____2 Roonce 2 it 1 3 29 earlier turned the tables Friday night and took a 34 32 big six conference win Over the tigers. 8 3 record and Horton is 8 playing it slow and tight Hia Watha led 16.9 at halftone Shrader and Duckett scored u and 10 for Hiawatha which now has a 4 6 record. Eff Gham is 3 6. If Athias with 14. Was High for a chs. Robinson wins 58-34 Robinson won a k 36 league t Highland Friday night 58 Over the Trinity lutheran Ive. L34 g. Bruning scored 17 Points sacred heart downed the cent to Lead Robinson Odol had 12. Koelker and Stewart scored the game a big six contest was Bob Preston s debut As coach at Wathena. Wathena now has an 1. Ral Hawks 30 to 3. St. Joseph s won Over St Bene dict a 24 to 9. Eight apiece to Lead Hig Liland. Robinson won the b team game natural for jewel Miami Fla. If double 0 is he Jackpot on a Roulette wheel so when jewel s Reward arrived at Hialeah the biggest Money winning juvenile entered barn 00. Jewel s Reward set the record last year. 39 25 Sabetha mauls Troy 61-30 Sabetha routed Troy Friday night in a big six game 61 30. Sabetha led 35 13 at halftime Garber with 18, was ugh for Sabetha. Sandy had 10 for Troy. I plastic horseshoes Miami Fla. Fol latest thing in footwear for horses is plastic shoes. Trainer Harry Trotsek of Hasty House farms is experimenting with the material at Hialeah. It was about a dozen years ago that aluminium shoes replaced the Iiron models. Amateur school Cleveland Al two of the american hoi Ikey league coaches Jackie Gordon of Cleveland and Cal Gardner of Springfield mass., sen de their final Days in Amateur j hockey with the new York rovers of the Eastern Amateur hockey i league. 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