Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 5, 1972 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 5, 1972
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H .By DREXfcL JORDAN ·, TIMES Sportswrlter Until yesterday tho tern' peVifure and humidity were so hl|(h that It seemed to ' scars otf most fisherman. · However, the temperature 1 *' dropped two or three degrees '' * ami the sun was covered by the clouds. Also yesterday " afternoon this area received .". a brief shower which helped ' to cool the water and in turn ,, will bring tKe fish closer to « the top for easier fishing *f. AH docks report, an increase .X'in fisherman activity. ^ . · v , H I C K O R Y CREEK : / Water; conditions are. clear v(ahd a warii},85 degrees/. Fisherman" 1 " .y^out.' seeking 'bream should doYwell. Dock·· N a 11 e n d a n I.s report Jbream fishing to be excellent and you can catch "all you- .want 1 " .easily. Out in the lake around the · - steep bluffs : in the .best place !''. to catch crappier A dock · · s p o k e s m a n reports that vr.-crappie fishing:is-'slow.; now. -i.;.but a few are being brought ,r ,- in at night fishing under lan- ·iif.'terhs and during the day trpll- :·!·· ing using a "hellbender." -J (That is, you catch a mixture t - j of everything while trolling · '·'' in bind ing crappie.) n'V'''.Bass fishing is termed slow. "··:/ Anglers are picking up a few : r . whites and blacks -when' they '··!. are surfacing. But this me- ·:.:. thod is the least favorite ·r.-: because it is. so ''spotty" ·ov'meaning; that you have to be ,.-.. there just at the right time ' - · a n d the right spot. s v Night fishing is fair provid- .'·* cd you use a plastic Worm i;:;tat early morning:fishing re:T.. mains the best because of ·:· more surface activity. flJf Stacey Looney Jr of 3d- Springdale brought' !n"a 6 Ib. r'.-r 12 oz. black caught on a"hell- rj. bender" while 'trolling and i.i. Jack Perry also of Springdale .o7: brought in a 4 Ib. 4 6z. black ,,, caught on a plastic worm btt. Catfishing is slow. : Dock :: M;. a t t e n d a n t s commented, ?,.' There have been no c a t s n i. (brought in t h e ' p a s t 1 two or'' bij-7 three ^veeks. Those that are n : -after cats are out of our area ; and up-.the-lake-where there * TM .are several rivers running in- 51;-: to the lake." iii: ROCKY BRANCH - «h! Bass fishing is best at night rfH fishing with a plastic worm. ' ·: Early morning and late eve- ««. ning activity is p i c k i n g - u p lr while during the day there is !:'·' some action trolling; ' ,,. ni Chsrles Minor of Rogers i? snagged a 5 Ib. .black using a super shad," while Allen tyays of Jinks, Oklahoma, brought in ' a ~,7 IbV black caught on a plastic worm. Tom Goodart · o f - R o g e r s . reported a catch of two slrip- ;\ ers' one .weighing;six pounds ; vitiile the other weighed 3 Ibs. ;;;, 8 ozs. Goodart caiight-his fish ,V on a "Little George." ~ ,;'. Crappie fishing is poor 'and' ' " h e r e have been no catches "'·' reported to the dock. , 1 TM-,'. Catfishing is good oh ·trot- ; t lines using blood' bait. Dr. "'.· · Kneeland of Liberal, Missouri 3 K caught 12 channel cats on a f 1 '-. trptline baited with blood bait -V with the largest weighing in 1] at 10 Ibs.. Kerry Wood of -Si";'. loam Springs hooked a -10 Ib' *' flathead on a trotline baited V: with blood bait also, and Jim ' Hyder of Ponca City, Oklaho- Fishing Report ma, brought in a 13 tb. flat- .head caught on a trotline with FJerch aa the bail, Bream fishing remains excellent on minnows ana crickets WAR EAGLE A spokesman at the War Eagle dock reported that the water is clear and a warm : 84 degrees, , Ciappie fishing seems to be the best fishing in this area. They are located out in ;the mouths of the coves iii about 20 feet of water but anglers are fishing only 6-12 feet deep using minnows as baiti Bill Hornsby, Gorge Rice, arid Bob Bogart all of Fayetteville brought in good si strings of crappie. ,. , Calfjsh don't seem to be too popular with area fisherman ' at this time. The dock manager said, "Anglers'are waiting a aood rain which \vill cloud-Up tne'water." Charles Mullins, an angler from' Springdale, brought in . a good string of crappie "atxt also a string of small cats' caught on a trotline and on . jugs Bass fishing is yury slow ' i n this' lake area. A census from'the dock excludes bass from. the report due to the fact that no one is fishing-for? them at this time. ' · · IBream -fishing remains ex- x.cellent.,... .LAKE, FAYETTEVILLE " · - Water conditions a r e reported "great." The water is clear and has a surface temperature:of.-78-degrees. ^ , ' j ', .Bream: fishing is excellent. Crickets and worms have ·proved to be the best bait. Grapple fishing is good on minnows or jigs.. Dock attend. ants . commented that "they are scattered all over the lake and therefore you shouldn't h a . v e any problem finding them." Catfishing remains good on bait such, as chicken liver or ' W i g h t ' crawlers G. B. ;'{Jochenpuer brought in his , .limit with, the -largest weigh' ing in: at 7% Ibs. Bass .are also worth going after, it is recommended to 'use 1 llife .-''jt when bass ,'fishing in-this area. ..:'.'.,],JPRAIRIE CREEK : i -;Water\"at::Prairie",Creek is' "clear and has a surface temperature of 82 degrees! . Bass .fishing is 'slow, but several ilacks were brought iri'yesterday moniing due to }the fact--that it was cloudy and not very hot. Blacks are being, caught at night using a plastic worm .and whites .are fairly slow except dufing : the night when they 'are \being caught under lanterns. Crappie fishing is slow during the day but at night a few are being brought in, :caught in about 20 feet of 'Water using minnows as bait. They are still located back in the ,,coves and around .brush. · Catfishing is picking up with anglers preferring trotlines, although a few 'are iisipg- rod n' reels. Dock attendants commented, ' "anglers are .using about everything as bait but goldfish and minnows seem to be having the best results." Bream fishing remains ex- eel lent as in other lake areas. BIRMINGHAM, Mich. (AP) -- Jerry Heard says winning he PGA championship "would eally give my career a shot in he arm." If he plays in it as well'as he did Thursday and Friday, it v'puld also give him a $40,000 heck. Heard, 25, toured'the 7,054- rard, par-70 Oakland Hills lountry Club layout 'near De- roit with a second round; 70 n riday to give him a one-stroke · It;. Contingent Named MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (AP) -- The U.S. Greco-Roman wrestling team for the Summer Olympics in Munich, West Germany i yvas rounded out today with /fiye. 'additional winners in trials'at 'Minneapolis. Heavyweight Chris Taylor scored'impressive victory in the v/indup of final trials Fri' day night by pinning Greg Wojciechowski of Toledo. Ohio'in 8:10. Also named lo the U.S. Greco-Roman team were were Gary Neist'. "of Albert' Lea) Minn., 163 pounds; .Duane Baughman, U.S. Army, 198 .pounds; Butch Dietrich, San Francisco, 220 pounds, and.Bob Buzzard, Chicago, 149.5 pounds. Previously named to the team were twin brothers Dave and Jim Hazewinkel, Coon Rap^ ids, Minn., 125.5 mncj 136.5' pounds respectively; Wayne Holms, 1Q5.5 pounds; Jim Stei- ger, San Diego, Calif., 1M.5 pounds, and Jay Robinson, San Diego, 180 pounds. Taylor, already had been named to the freestyle team. The 400-pound Iowa State grappler will compete in both heavyweight divisions late this month at Munich. Dietrich upset Hank Schenk, who qualified in the freestyle's 220 ·pqunds, in the Greco : Rp- man event;"which requires that wrestlers use only the upper portions of their bodies. The other freestyle Olympic wrestlers are : James Carr Erie, Pa.. 114.5 pounds; Wayne Wells, Norman, Okla., 163; Sergio Gonzales. Venice, Calif., 105.5; Rick Sanders, Portland, 125.5; Gene Davis, Okiahoma City, Okla., 136.5; Dan Gable Waterloo, Iowa, 149.5; John Peterson. Comstock, Wis., 180; Ben Peterson, Comstock, Wis., 198. I Big Weekend Of Auto Racing Begins At Talladega Track ·; . TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) -- A ;200-mile race for i sports · and ; Grand Touring cars, some of j them capable of speeds in ex- jcess of 200 miles per hour, ,; kicked off a $160,000 weekend of \«racing today at Alabama's In- jternational Speedway. t* The race, jointly : sponsored Jby the International Motor ?Sports Association and the Na- ttional Association for Stock Car {Auto.Racing, was due for a 1 'Jp.m. CDT start, utilizing the ifpur-mlla road-track ' course Sthat- includes the 'speedways' £35-degree banking. ; . j' Th« 50 starters- included a '^mefango of facers ranging j from huge Seven-liter Corvettes -to foreign built. Porsches and SBMWs. Most, i however, were tU.S. sports sedans of the Cam- '*ro, Mustang, Firebird and Tavelin class, Worth ,$28,000, the race served-as a warmup for Sunday's $135,000 Talladega 500 mile event for NASCARs' elite Grand National slockers. That race, also scheduled for a 1 p.m. start, is expected to lure 75,000.or more'spectators to the 2.66-mile race track in central Alabama. , Leading Sunday's 50-car field will be Dodge-driver Bobby Isaac of Catawba. N.C, who won the pole position .at the speed of 190.677 miles per hour. GATES RLEMJSHED TIRES Rood Hazard Guarantee BOB BROWN TIRE 2407 N.7{ 44M281 Hogs Sign Ail-American B a r l C o l i b , , who earned prep _AU-Amerlca " swinmiing honors-last year, will-attend (he University of Arkansas t h i s fall. Gobli was a four-year lot- terman" and co-captain at". Tampa, Florida Jesuil High School and carried national recognition w|th : lils 0:54.8 In Iho 100 yard bulterlly." Pictured uiiove ai'Ci Ji'oni left, high school coach' Pole Kemig, Jesuit Alhlcllc Director 1'iuit Stramb, learn chaplain Fnllicr Kelly ami, scnlcil at table, Bart Colib. 8 · Northwest Arkqruai TIMES, Sat., Aug. 5, 1972 With Rare Par Scores Jerry Heard Leads PGA ead. He shot a 6!) .Thursday and his one-under total made him the only golfer in (a field of 13D who broke par over a course dubbed -"The Monster" by Ben Hogan in 1951. : Only two golfers were able to come in at even par 140 after 3G holes--1869 winner Ray Floyd and Hale Irwin. Three others were tied at 141: Gay . Brewer Jr., Bob Smith, and Jim Jamieson. Another four were in contention at 142: Tommy Aaron, Gary Player, Dan Sikes, and Lanny Wadkins. Heard Chips Up To Green Jerry Heard chips llie ball up on (he first green as lie plays In the second round Friday of Ihe PGA championship in Birmingham. Heard started Ills round at onc-undcr par 60 and picked up two more strokes on par shooting the front nine in thirly-lliree. Heard is from Visalia, California. (AP Wlrcnho(o) NOTICE HIGHWAY SIGN OWNERS YOU MUST OBTAIN PERMITS FOR YOUR SIGNS BY OCTOBER 1, 1972. AFTER THIS DATE, SIGNS WHICH DO NOT DISPLAY A HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT PERMIT DECAL WILL BE SUBJECT TO REMOVAL WITHOUT PAYMENT; · ··' FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WRITE: BILLBOARD Arkansas Highway Department P. 0, Box 22«1 Lidlc Hock, Arkansas 72203 569-2304 First round leaders Bud Allin of Santa Barbara. Calif., and Stan Thirsk of Shawnee Mission, Kan., .managed to make the cut. Those firing 150 or better made it. Both.Allin and Thirsk carded two-under 68s Thursday to lead such notables as Player, Arnold Palmer, Lee Trevino and Jack Ni'cklaus. But Allin shot up to a 11 to total 145, while Thirsk ballooned' to an 82 for 150. Rams Bounce Buffalo :e LOS 'ANGKLES (AP) - Tho I.os Angeles Hums' defense throttled tlio slinky Clovcliuid Browns, who dirt a good Job qf beating themselves. Tho Rums, who nutted only Iwo y a r d s 1 [msaing, usetl four pnas Interceptions, Iwo tumble recoveries and, on'quo pUy, n "snoozing" opponent; to solzo n 13 : 3 victory Friday nifhl. In other National i'ootbnll U.S. Swimmers Shatter World Pool Standards CHICAGO (AP) -- The U.S. Olympic Swim leains's waterway lo Mnjiich is going to be littered with broken records mid. Murk Spitz is doing most'of '.he damage. Spitz of Carmichacl, Calif., oracked his fourth world mark in three days Friday at. the Olympic Swimmiiig trials as he qualified for his third event at Munich. He shattered Ihe men's 100- meter butterfly world mark with a clocking of :54.56, only hours after he bad established a pending world mark of : 54.68 in the trial heats. The previous world mark was a :55.0 also bold by Spitz. Spitz earlier this week set \yorld marks in the 200-meter Butterfly and - the 200-meter "reestyle. A couple of teenaged girls, joined the dark-haired Californian in record-setting splashing Friday. Shirley Babashoff, 15, Mountain Valley, Calif., swam the 200-meter freestyle i n - 2 : 0 5 . 2 1 bettering the record held by Australia's amazing teenager, Shane Gould. East All-Stars Favorite Team LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The East teams in the Arkansas High School Ail-Star football and basketball games today were favored in what were expected lo be exciting clashes. The basketball game was set for 2 p.m. in Barton Coliseum here and the football game was scheduld for 8 p.m. in War Memorial Stadium. "If everyone plays like they can, it should be a hcckuva bal- Igame," said Don Branham of Subiaco Academy, head coach of the West basketball team. East Coch Neal Abel of Monette said he expected a "wide open" game. Deena Deardurff of Cincinnati lurncd in a 1:04.08 in Hie lOp-meler butterfly, breaking the mark held by Alice Jones of Cincinnati. · - . . . : · · · - . ' · · · · · ' . The U.S. youngsters were more chilled than excited ,by their · performances nt the Portage Park pool as temperatures were in tlie 60s during the final heals Friday. 'Miss Babashoff was asked how .she fold felt her record performance would affect Miss Gould, who was a heavy favorite for a fifth gold medal -at Munich. VI think she'll try harder now that someone has beat her. Maybe she'll overtrain," the sun-bleached teenager said. Ellie Daniel of Elkin Park, Pa., winner of three medals in the 1068 Olympics, and Dana Shradci- of Fullerton, Calif., joined Miss Deardurff in the winner's circle of the 100-meter biitterfly. Miss Daniel, 22, told her Munich-bound companion, "It's a good time,' it's great fun. 1 ' Mary Montgomery of Ashville, N.C., led the qualifiers in the women's 400-meter individual medley edging favorite Jennifer Bartz of Sunnyvale, Calif. Lynn Vidali of San Francisco grabbed a third qualifying spot. Tom McBreen of San Mateo, Calif., Steven Center of Lakewood, Calif., and Rick Demont of San Rafael, Calif., qualified for the men's 400-meler freestyle in Munich. Kurt Krumpholz, 18, of Corona del Mar, Calif, failed lo qualify for the Munich games although earlier Friday he posted a world mark of 4:00.11 in the event. Spitz will be joined in the 100- meter butterfly by David Edgar of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Jerry Heidenreich of Dallas, Tex., while Miss Babasholf will be joined in Munich's 200- meter freestyle by Keena Rothhammer of Sunnyvale, Calif., and Barbara Marshall of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. L.C.HKUO · pro-season ·· openers, Washington ^routed Biilumoi'e, 33-3, liiul St. Louis defeated Buffalo, 27-io. ;·;: Tho Rains won tlio gnmp lie- foi'o '(14,803 at Memorial Coliseum In the annual I.os Angeles Times'charily game, Tho first lime Cleveland Imtl llic ball, Clancy Wllllnms stopped In front of Frank PIUs lo intercept Mike Phtpps'-second nass of the ;game. Wlllluing .fumbled but linebacker Islnh Robertson picked It up and rah 30 yards past (Int-foolcd Browns for tha touchdown. · · ? : · ../·. An off side, penally led to tha other Ram touchdown', Instead 6f : a 34-yarrl David ; Ray f i e l d ' goal. The kick was good but Clarence. Scott , was caught crossing llie Uric loo soon, nnd Ihe 'Rams look ' the five-yard penalty, and first down on Iho Two plays later, rookie Larry McGulcheon "· from ''Colorado Stale romped 10; yards, un Itie middle for Ihe touchdown. A bad pass from center ruined Ray's extra point attempt but it didn't matter. '- All-the Browns could manago was Don iCpcki'oft's : ; 15-yard [jeld goal ih tlie third .'quarter, Interceptions; fu'mbles'or penal- tics helped slop them cold. · Washington's rout of Balti- more'at Tampa"vvas'the Colts' worse preseason pounding in 19 years. . , "What can I say after a loss l i k e t h a t , ' 1 said D o n McCafferty, coach of the Colls, "We played terribly." ' In contrast, George Allen, Urn Redskins' coach, was jubilant over the showing of Billy Kilmer and So.nuy Jurgensen, his two veteran quarterbacks. Kilmer passed for two touchdowns to Roy Jefferson and Charley Taylor in the second quarter. Botli passes Avere for 10 yards. Jurgensen look over in Ihe second half and passed 16 yards lo Clifton McN.eil for a third Redskin -score. The last Washington' TD came on a 36 yard fun by George Neck. Gary Cuozzo's 57-yard scoring pass to Fred Hyatt and a 35-yard TD run by Mike McGill with an [ntercepted pass paced the Cardinals over the Bills at Buffalo. The defeat spoiled the return of Lou' Saban as head coach of the Bills. Eight exhibitions are scheduled today with San Diego vs. Atlanta, Kansas City v.s. Chicago, Cincinnati, vs. Green Bay, Houston vs. Dallas, Miami vs. Detroit, New England vs. Oakland, New York Jels vs. San, Francisco and Pittsburgh vs. the New York Giants. JOPLIN PIANO Brings Big Organ Bargains To N.W. 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