Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 22, 1969 · Page 9
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 22, 1969
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Bill Ken-nan * * * Fishing Results Improve In Area Yoy just can't help but be enthusiastic about current fishing conditions when you hear about all the fine catches being reported, that is unless you aren't having any luck. if you're looking for some area of Beaver Lake to Improve your fishing image Prairie Creek might bo the place to start. Glen Davis reported that nearly all his rental boats have been out for the entire weekend and the catches match the boating activity. BLACK BASS Every type of fishing has improved substantially. Black bass fishing is probably still the best however. Most people had been fishing for them with subsurface lures, bombers single spins etc. But over the weekend a number of people had some very nice catches taken on purple worms worked in the brush and wood ed areas at the very back of some of the areas coves. Crappie also have begun to appear in good numbers. The - hrushv and wooded areas are in the largest single crappie of the day. It weight in at .'I ?i pounds. The rest of his catch numbered 19 nice sized crappie. Glen Siicklcy, Al Eldridge, Leroy Harris, Louis Burleson, Jim Hatfield and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Potts are reported either the limit for crappie or pretty close to it. Johnny Leisure reported that. "We had all our boats rented out over the weekend and we even rented s o m e twice." LAKE SEQIJOYAH As usual the crappio fishing is quite good on Sequoyah. Jigs and minnows are still the best bet for a successful string. In other fishing around the state. Lake Norfork reports blacks are pretty good on most of the subsurface artificial baits, and crappie are good on the smaller jigs. Up one Bull Shqles. the black bass fishing is fair. Jigs, eels, twin and singlf spins provide the best luck. White bass arc reported fair on spinner bait. By LONNIE GIBSON TIMES Sports Writer The Farmington Junior High Cardinals built up a nine-point ead going into the mile relay ere last night and held their ireath as St. Joseph's of Fayet- eville finished second in the vent for eight points giving the .lards a narrow.55-54 track vic- ory. Prairie Grove finished third vith 46 points followed by fourth 'lace Woodland B with 43 and ifth place Springdale B with 24. Elkins placed sixth with 19 points followed by West Fork vith 10 and Greenland with five. probably the best areas to and crappie are good on small try right now. Jigs and min- jigs and minnows. Lake Ouachita reports \va conditions that are clear nows proved to be the best bait of the weekend will still bring the best results. Davis reports that it appears that the crappie either are spawning or just about to start Fishing slowed just a little bit Sunday, but Davis attributed that to the great number of pleasure boats and skiers on the lake. Just about everyone who went out brought back fish. HICKORY CREEK On up the lake things are just as Rood. At Hickory Creek Creek reports indicated that everyone- going out was bringing in something. A lot of nice b l a c k s are being broufiht in hut crappie have pushed in front of t h e blacks as far as numbers brought in. The crappie are being taken on the shallow hanks, using minnows as jigs. Russell Hutchins of Springdale brought ter . and normal. Bnss fishing is f a i r to good on underwater lures and minnows. Crappiu are fair to good on jigs and minnows. Bream are also good on crickets and worms. On the lower end of the lake trout are fair if you try trol- Jigh pretty deep. On Blue Mountain the water is normal and in some places a bit dingy. But bass and crap pip arc good on minnows and most all the artifical baits. In Madison County on War Eagle and Kings River, the catfishing is. reported good on limblincs and trntlincs using live minnows. The bass fishing is also good on artifical and live lures. In Pope county lake Dardanelle Lake is clear and just about normal. Bass are fair on minnows and artifical bait and bream are fair on worms Texas Christian Overtakes Hogs In Meeting Between SWC Rivals FORT WORTH. Tex. (AP)- TCU rallied for two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning here Monday to defeat the University" of Arkansas 14-13. The Razorbacks had built up a 12 0 lead through the first six innings but the Horned Frogs i-allied with six runs in the seventh. Mike Pryor and H. A. Scott Me Inrire Takes Win PINEIIURST. N.C. (AP) -Four-lime champion Barbara Mclntire of Colorado Springs, Colo., won the North and South each crashed three-run homer for Arkansas. TCU's winning run came o sacrifice fly by Earl Monro with one out and the base loaded. New Turf Bought Farmington Red Birds Escape With Narrow Track Conquest Unbeaten Heavy To Defend Title Tonight In 15 HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) -- Unbeaten Joe Frazier is an odds-on avorite to defend successfully lis portion of the world's heavy- veight boxing title tonight in a scheduled 15-rounder against un- inown but undaunted Dave Zyglewicz. who lays bricks when ie can't get fights. Both men predict the bout won't last tlie full 15 rounds in iam Houston Coliseum with few letting men willing to wager hat Zyglewic?.. a former Nav Atlantic fleet champion, will be on his feet when it's over. New York oddsmakers were isting the fight at 10-to-l-and- out meaning there was very little betting interest. A few 3-to-l juotations were floating arounc ioustun, the second home of Zyglewicx. who is a native o: Wa'Lervliet, N.Y. Zyglcwicz. an aggressive brawler who likes to go to the body, "The fight won't go more than 10 rounds." Frazier. the 1964 Olympic heavyweight champion who undefeated in 22 bouts and liar scored 19 knockouts, said "I'l do my best to end it as quickly as possible. I'm going to knock :iim down." Zyglewicz. who has a recorc of 28-1. has never been knocked off his feet. A crowd promoter Earl Gil limn estimates at least 11,000 if expected to pay $150,000 to se the fight which will be televisec nationally at 9:50 p.m. EST bj Feature Attractions Inc. Frazie gets a 40 per cent slice of the gate and Zyglewicz 20 per cent The fighters also will shar similar percentages of televisioi and other ancillary rights. The 24-year-old Frazier. native of Philadelphia, is recog nized as champion in six state and Mexico and Argentina. H is expected to weigh 208 in hi third title defense against Zygle \vicz' 193. Frazier, whose best punch i a brisk left hook, has a two-ine , reach over the lighter Zyglewicz i w h o says this shot at the till PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Thcj 1 S jja n y ' boxingTxperts 6 conside nil weather synthetic Astrolurfithis nothing more than a warm will be installed by the Universi- up for Frazier. ty of Pennsylvania at Franklin Field, home, of the school football team, the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League and the Penn Relays. The new surface is expected to Golf Tournament amateur qual- i ifying round by five shots Mon-1 be ready for the fall football day with a two-under-par 72. season. Zyglewicz said. "I'm countin on Frazier taking rne lightl and my surprising him. This i my hig chance and I intend t make the most of it. I'm read for the light of my life." But Frazier said he doesn' take any man lightly. ^^^^·^··^·.···^·i^^""""^^^"^^^^TM""TMTM^^"TM" Checkyoursize^makeyourdeal! 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Ricky Stubblefleld also of Joseph's took the high jump th a 5-4 leap and the 220 in 25 while Tommy Wyles of rairie Grove took first in the 0 yard run with a good time 2:17.2. This meet served as a warm 1 for the area I B schools who 11 participate in their District ack Meet at Harmon Playfield Thursday. HE RESULTS: 20 Hurdles-1. McCutcheon. Wood. 2. Hattabaugh. Elk. 3. broyles. Farm. (17.5) 440 Relay -- 1. Farm. 2. Spr. 3. Wood. (49.41 100 Yard Dash - I. (Tie) Hat a b a u g h . Elk. Taylor, 'arm. 3. S t u b b 1 e f i e 1 d. Stubblcfield, St. Joseph (11.2 St. Joseph 2. Broyles, Farm. 3. Marinoni, St. Joseph (55.4) Broad JMUMP -- 1. Hatta baugh. Elk. 2. Stubblefield, St. Joseph 3. Napier, Green. (16 11) :20 Yard Dash -- 1. Stubblefield. St. Joseph 2. Hattabaugh "Ik. 3. McMath, Farm. (25.25) Mscus -- 1. Marinoni, St. Joseph 2. Barnett. Spr. 3 Moden ell. Farm. (154-5 : !») High Jump -- 1. Stubblefield. St. Joseph 2. Parks. Prairie Grove 3. Mills. Wood. (54) 880 Relay -- 1. Farm. 2. Wood. X Spr. (4:44.6) 880 Run-- 1. Wyles. P.G. 2. Tate. P.G. 3. Johnson. Wood, (2:21.5) Pole Vault -- 1. Guhl. P.G. 2. Hardin, Farm. 3. Ledford, p !. (9-0) Shot Put -- 1. Marinoni, St Joseph 2. Taylor. Farm. 3, Drake. Wood (47-11',2) Mile Relay -- 1. Wood. 2. St Nwtftwwt AriwiwM NUB, Tim., Apii » , ! « · » · · Joseph 3:50.0) 3. Prairie Grove Brave Attack Atlanta's Clete Boyer steps in the fourth inning. Buyer on home plate, barely beating scared on Sonny Jackson's San Diego catcher Chris Can- sacrifice fly. (AP Wirephoto) nitzaro's attempt to tag him Montreal Favored Over Bruins MONTREAL (AP) The, The Bruins arrived here Mon Montreal Canadiens have been installed as slight favorites to win their National Hockey League playoff game here tonight against the Boston Bruins. And perhaps the oddsmakers had some prior knowledge that Boston's high-scoring center, young Derek Sanderson, likely will be omitted from the starting line-up. The current best-of-7 Stanley Cup semifinal round is tied 2-2 on the strength of each club having notched two home ice victories. Sanderson has contributed eight goals and two assists in eight playoff games. Golfing News Entries Available For Pro-Am ARKANSAS MATCH The University of Arkansas golf team will face its final conference foe of the season today at the Paradise Valley Golf Club. The noon match with the Red Raiders from Texas Tech can possibly decide the third place finisher in the SWC. Arkansas coach Danny Mason will be placing his hopes on Tex as ace Chuck Brownfield. Bill Powell, a freshman from Okla- lioma City, and two Arkansas products. David Matthews of Fayetteville and Sammy Brown of Morrilton. A strong T e c h squad should provide a toss-up contest for the buttling Razorbacks. NEW CHAMPION Al Witte. professor of law, now has the title of Champion Golfer of the University of Arkansas Law School. Witte captured the blasted the Arkies 72-3» in their annual club match. Reed Alltop of Muskogee claimed the low medal score with « 72. Allan Gilbert led the Fayetteville team with a 77. Pitcher Guidon Supplies Power For Travelers LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Arkansas Traveler opponents in rtW OLdUm. t » i n i : \ , o j / n j i t . « " n - jhampionship by shooting a Cal- the Texas League must b« laway System net 70 to finish wondering what pitcher Bob one half stroke lower than Ran-| G u i r - d o n , vill pu]1 trom n j s bag dy Coleman, the runner-up. Kick O f tricks next. Orintas fired an even par 72: After hurling a 1-0 shutout over the Paradise Valley course j V i ctorv over shreveport Sun- for low gross honors . day. Guindon came up as a ENTRY LISTS Golfing members of the Mus pinch hitter last night and socked a three-run homer in day night and Coach Harry Sin den promptly steered hi; charges clear of their usua downtown hotel in favor of an unannounced hideaway. Sanderson did not make the trip. He still was in Boston nursing a severe charleyhorse picked up in Sunday's game as he scored a short-handed goal to aid the Bruins in their 3-2 victory. Sanderson said after Sunday's game he had been told by the club doctor his injury would take a week to heal. The Canadiens also disappeared into seclusion at a Laur- cntian Mountain retreat Monday. kogee Country Club hosted 37U| )e bottom of the 10th inning members of tho Fnyettevilc · · · - - - · - . _ -- . - Country Club for a breakfast last Sunday. To the men of the FCC, the feast turned out to be to beat Shreveport again, 4-to-l. The versatile Guindon was a first baseman until he was converted to a pitcher last season. . prisoners' meal. in other games Amarillo Following the feed, the Okies edged Albuquerque 5-to-4: Dal~ i las-Fort Worth nipped El Paso Monday's Fights |.'Mo-2: and Memphis downed By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 'NEW ORLEANS-E d d i e Pace. 152U, Los Angeles, out- pointed Joe Shaw. 148U, New- York. 10. 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