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Fort Lauderdale News, Tuesday, December 29, 1970 3D L Nikfjr 1- uidoors With Johnny Wifson Christmas Produces Present: King fish The long Christmas weekend produced quite a few kingfish (some smoker size), a few scattered dolphin and lots of barracuda, according to Betty Beardemphl, director of the City Fishing Festival. "It also put two new tourney leaders on the board," Miss Beardemphl related, "one in the junior division. In fact, quite a few citations were handed out to junior anglers over the holiday." s These included certificates to: 14-year-old Perry Messner, Altuna, Pa. for a 33-pound king taken on the Playtime, which now leads the division; to 12-year-old Bill Gund of Hamilton, Ohio for a 23-pound barracuda on Cynful; to 8-year-old Teddy Reedy, Villa Park, 111. for a 16-pound 'cuda on Ernie's Booze & Bar-B-Ques; to 9-year-old Lori Joynt, Cerro Gorpo, 111. for a 20-pound dolphin on Chips, and to 14-year-old Laurel Bowen of Cleveland, Ohio for a 3212-pound king on Hi Hopes. The other leader was a 34-pound barracuda caught by Scott Percy, Rochester, N.Y. on' Playtime. Other significant catches: a 51-pound wahoo by Jane Moore of Dallas on the Yankee Clip- BESTBET Kingfish still in good numbers, taken A drifting, spoon-trolling or live baiting. Some w barracuda, sailfish and scattered dolphin. . Fresh water bass fishing is good with live shiners. MIAMI. (UPI) - The LSU Tigers worked hard yesterday in preparation for Friday night's Orange Bowl game with unbeaten Nebraska, while the Cornhuskers took it a little easier. Coach Charlie McClcndon put the Tigers through a two-hour scrimmage emphasizing goal-line defense and the pass-i n g of quarterback Bert Jones. Nebraska worked for 80 minutes, then went swimming. During their no-contact workout, the Cornhuskers stressed conditioning and ran through some plays and defensive formations. It was Nebraska's last workout at the Miami-Dade Junior College field, and they move onto the Protective Device Again For Manning MEMPHIS, Tenn. W) Doctors here told Mississippi quarterback Archie Manning that he must wear a protective sleeve when the 1 Rebels meet Auburn in the Gator Bowl Saturday. Physicians told Manning yesterday they aren't fearful of a blow to the passer's left arm, but to insure proper healing, the elbow must remain immobilized. Acting Coach Frank Kinard said Manning is in better shape now than when he and the Rebels were bombed by Louisiana State Dec. 12. In that game, Manning wore the same protective device. ' Manning broke the arm in an earlier game with Houston. Orange Bowl's artificial turf today. The Cornhuskers plan an afternoon and a night workout today, followed by another afternoon drill tomorrow. Mc-Clendon said he will hold two more rugged workouts for LSU before easing off Thursday. Madden: Colts Tougher Than Dolphins per; a 32-pound barracuda by Nadia Rafey, Hopewell, Va. on the Cherie, and a 47-pound sailfish by Larry Teets, West Columbia, S.C. on the Kinkajou. Most of the extra-large kings, some of the wahoo and sailfish, and nearly all the amberjack caught locally are being taken on live bait either blue runners (if you can find them) or small bonito. Of the two, the blue runner is most hardy, the bonito depending on constant movement through the water to keep his breathing apparatus functioning. There are a lot of salt water fishermen who have never fished with large live baits like these, so maybe a few tips on how might be in order. - If you are going to use blue runners, you need something to keep them in, and for best results some sort of aerator to keep them alive. Most small boaters use either a 10 or 20-gallon plastic garbage can as the live well, and a variety of bubblers and pumps for air. But, unless you want to keep a dozen runners in the can, you need only a small dip-bucket to change the water frequently, and can forget the aerator. Tackle for this game should not be lighter than 30-pound test. A big wahoo, for instance, hitting a light spinning rig, could (and have) peel the reel or melt the drags on that first screaming run. Give yourself a bit of an edge, especially since the live bait is so hard to come by. - ,' Most charter captains use a double-hook rig, and some even triples, the linkage done with swivels. Short leaders (under 10 feet) are fine, and seven or eight wire common. Runners are hooked through the top of the head, just in front of the dorsel. The second hook generally fits just bacjk of the dorsel, and the third, if used, is left trailing. Bonito, which are usually caught on "bullet" lines (a flat line containing four to six small feathers in a row), and when the bonito is first caught, is left in the water as the boat moves slowly forward until the rig is ready to be put out. You must move fast when hooking on the bait, since a bonito will die in minutes of being taken out of the water. Usually two hooks are plenty on these, the first being put through the upper lip, back far enough to be secure. The second can go lightly through the skin of either side or lightly through, the top of the back. When a live bait is out, the driver keeps the boat moving forward, but as slowly as is possible, even pulling the engine out of gear now and then if the speed gets too high and the bait is noted to be on top and splashing. Use outriggers if you have them because they'll help keep the baits apart. If you have none, put a trolling sinker (four to six ounces) on one of the lines to avoid tangles. The reels are set in gear. When strikes come on these baits, there's no need for a drop-back. One other thing: If you can't find any runners, and don't have a bullet line for bonito, locate your favorite grunt hole. There have been a lot of big fish caught using this hardy species as live bait. Your next trophy could come on one as well. , Tigers Scrimmage; Huskers Work Light Newt Win Sirvlcn Oakland Coach John Madden thinks the Baltimore Colts, the team the Raiders face Sunday in the American Conference playoff, will provide tougher opposition than the Dolphins d last Sunday. "Baltimore has better personnel and a lot of veterans," Madden said. Madden also said that while the Dolphins have one outstanding receiver in Paul Warfield, the Colts have three In Koy Jefferson, Eddie Hinton and John Mack-ey. Mackey, however, and with a number of other Colts are questionable for the game because of injuries. Among other wounded are tight end Tom Mitchell, guard Glenn Ressler and receiver Ray Perkins. " Oddsmakers disagree on the point spread. One book lists Oakland a iy2-point favorite, while another makes the Colts a one-point choice. Nicknames for pro ' front fours are popular, and San Francisco defensive end Ce-drick Hardman suggests the 49ers' line should be called the "Gold Rushers." , "We're rushing after all the money," Hardman said as the 49ers prepared for Sunday's showdown with Dallas for the , National Conference championship. Defensive line coach Paul Wiggin feels the performance of the defensive line, headed up . by veteran Charlie Krueger and Hardman, could be the key to the game. "It's a good group now and will get better and better," Wiggin said. The game pits 49ers' Head Coach Dick Nolan against his former boss, Coach Tom Landry of the Cowboys. : Toledo Wins Tangerine; Coach Goes To Iowa ORLANDO, W - Ex-Marine Frank Lauterbur has quit after 23 straight victories at Toledo and today became head football coach of the Iowa Hawkeyes. , . . Word of the Big Ten job leaked out yesterday and Lauterbur confessed the plans to his players last night before the Rockets thrashed William and Mary, 40-12, in the Tangerine Bowl. "It was supposed to be released Tuesday in Iowa City," the 4S-year-old coach said. "I have nothing more to say about it except that somebody jumped the gun on the release. I don't know who." The former West Point and Baltimore Colt assistant replaced Clive Rush as Toledo's coach in 1963 and, after a building period, produced an 11-0 season in 1969 and a 12-0 record this year. Lauterbur's defense last night gave up six points to a bit of age-old trickery to fall behind, 6-0. The Rockets scored the next 40 points and William and Mary finally got touchdown No. 2 near the finish..' ,. With the lopsided victory, Toledo outscored its dozen victims in 1970 by a combined score of 384-88. .' Sensational junior quarterback Chuck Ealey hit three passes for big gains as the Rockets scored on a one-yard plunge by 23Snpound fullback Charles Cole to take a 7-6 edge. - First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardaga Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Toledo 26 32 128 76 W&M 15 139 127 0 12-22-0 13-22-2 2-3S . 7-38 3 10O William and Mary ...it 0 612 Toledo 0 7 13 2040 W&M Bushnell 10 run (kick failed) TOL Cole 1 run (Duncan kick) TOL Harris 15 run (Duncan kick) TOL Schwartz 9 run (kick blocked) TOL Fair 4 pass from Ealey (Duncan kick) TOL Ealey 3 run (Duncan kick) TOL Niezgoda 52 Interception (kick blocked) W&M Regan 2 run (pass failed) A 15,664 Pro Football "Tom taught me everything I know," Nolan said. "I have a lot of respect for him but we welcome this opportunity to beat him and go to the Super Bowl." San Francisco is a four-point favorite. The Oakland-Balitmore game will be carried Sunday on Channels 4 and 7 beginning at 2 p.m., while the San Francisco-Dallas battle will be aired at 4 p.m. over Channel 4. The National Football League may tighten its 75-mile television blackout policy to assure sellouts at future playoff games. Gray 'Outclasses' Blue Tim Kensil, No. 1 assistant to commissioner Pete Rozelle, said last night that a "re- evaluation" may be necessary "to keep faith with the fans who come out, week after week, in all types of weather." NFL officials were concerned because the crowd for the Baltimore -Cincinnati game last weekend was 9,000 under capacity and there were 1,900 empty seats for the Minnesota-San Francisco game. Various motels in Min- 0 neapolis, including one only a few blocks from the stadium, have shown Viking home games on TV this season. The New Orleans Saints announced yesterday that Coach J. D. Roberts, who took over in mid-season for fired Tom Fears, has been signed to a multi-year contract. Fears had a 1-5-1 record with the Saints, and Roberts fared no better, going 1-6 the rest of the way. MONTGOMERY, ALA. UP) - South Carolina Coach Paul Dietzel's most crucial decision for the Blue-Gray game may have been made last week when he named his own quarterback, Tommy Suggs, as the Gray starter over the more publicized Bill Montgomery of Arkansas. . By the time Montgomery left the bench in the second period, Suggs had built a 14-0 lead with .two touchdown passes as the Southerners rolled to a 38-7 victory, the biggest rout in the history of the 32-year-old event. ' , .- , ...... Suggs, who packs 190 pounds on his 5-foot-9 frame, was named the game's outstanding player after rifling scoring shots of four yards to Tulane's Dave Abercrombie and 50 yards to Florida State's Don Peder-. son. Suggs hit on IS of 24 passes for 211 yards while Montgomery connected on only four of 16 for 43 yards. "Tommy was more familiar with the plan than Montgomery and that is the reason that Bill might not have looked too good," said Dietzel. "If we had been running Arkansas' type offense, then you would have seen the real Bill Montgomery." Dietzel, who has worked nine all-star games, said, "This is the best team that I have worked with in a game of this type." "We got behind and just couldn't put our game plan in effect," said Blue Coach Bobby Bowden of West Virginia. "We were never in the ball game," Bowden said. "They simply outclassed us." First Downs Rushing Yardana Passing Yardage Return Yardage Passes Punts Fumbles Lost Yards Penalized Blue Cray Blue Gray 10 21 ! 147 73 !' -2 554 I' O 15 i 6-50-3 19-0-0 l 6-32 6-38 ;' 2 2 ! 45 25 ; 0 0 7 0 7:1 14 7 S 1431 ! 1 llungouer? GRAY Abercrombie 4 pass from Suggs (Simcsak kick) CRAY Pederson 50 pass from Suggs (Simcsak kick) GRAY Anderson 3 run (Simcsak kick) BLUE Harrison 6 run (Jacobs kick) GRAY FG Simcsak 23 GRAY Kongrea 7 Interception return (Simcsak kick) GRAY Anderson 3 run (Simcsak kick) A 20,000 0 I f w 'r:u I mmhasRr Broward onus 1 ft ;- f i-jlti high rates offered by this area's largest financial institution. yearly tffi7 QflUIWHQ PFDTinPATFQ-"- 1 fT7 W IEilvM -ni.iiM-uLm.Hwi.tg g I effective ViVW I COMPOUNDED DAILY EQUALS wi AW U yield minimum $5,000 minimum term 2 years yearly IT im7 QAViNP.Q PPRTICTPATFQ C "1 TV wr,.nuv vLiu.i ivn.w - fls effective S I COMPOUNDED DAILY EQUALS wiwfci U yield minimum $1,000 '.minimum term 1 year SAVINGS CERTIFICATES C OC07 v?i.J OCOMPOUNDED DAILY EQUALS 5.397c yearly r enecuve U yield minimum $1,000 minimum term 3 months early withdrawals earn passbook rate 5flfl PASSBOOK ACCOUNTS C 13S&. iVU U COMPOUNDED DAILY EQUALS A W O yield minimum $10 interest paid day-in to day-out on quarterly basis Savings accounts insured to $20,000 by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Washington, D.C. 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