Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 24, 1974 · Page 13
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 24, 1974
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4 · MwthwMlArtiiMMTlMflS, Frfc!«y,May24, 1*74 IIMIMIIIIIIIIUMII iiii^^[iirr~Ta:ates.i!aL,;iii;ri'iL~:'iii: 'la'r.'iri'.iUiiP""' i:!ii:i!'' ' j ^*** c- u- -^M^X 9 ^S|i£ Report »Y ACBREY SHEPHERD Sprlngdal* Sport Shop reports ommy cooper took a limit acks to four pounds and » mil Bf trtpple, *ll good stttd. ax Hogin and Jim Black got ne black bass on plastic arms. Garland Villincs caught limit of blacks on plastic orms. The bass are being aught In six to eight feet of ater. Wayne Bickham and Dale ing look about fifteen blacks st Wednesday evening, bet- een 5 p.m. and dark. They sett plastic worms and crank aiis. Nancy Williams and her bro- icr Steve Williams filled a rin|or with bass and crapnie ist Sunday. Nan took her fish i a Mcpps spinner wilh a soft linnow body on the back; teve had his best luck trolling Hellbender. Nancy lost her ire when something really big rokc her line. Roy Mealcr of Fayelleville as been catching quite a few atfish from the West Fork ol ic White River lately. Roy's irgest last week was a 38- ounder. He has also taken a i-pouuder and a 21-pounder. 'c is hoping for bigger ones, toy uses trotlines and goldfish or bait. .1 and J sportshop reports thai icsidcs buying a lot of goldfish nd big minnows for trotlining. he anglers are still taking a ot of crappie minnows. Spinner aits are being user] for buzzing ow. and shallow running ;e els and Rapala-type lures re selling well. SMALLMOUTH ON KINGS Mike Drinkwaler caught a our-pounci smallmnuth bass ist Sunday while floating the tings River. Mike took his big irownie on a jig and eel. He ook another smallrnouth of two ounds and several smaller nes. which he released. Jim 'orter and Hay Pl*ck also a u g h t some smallmouths on he Fame (lost trip. The group aught a lot of rockbass on eetle spins, Bill Kennedy and Bill Jones aught fifteen largemoulhs wtween War Eagle and the lighway 68 bridge on the White tiver arm of Beaver. Kenedy's largest fish was a M- ounder taken on a Mister Pwister six-inch worm. L a k e Wedington Lodge eports that bream and catfish ire biting very well. Crappie rc fair. The water is perfectly :lear and still relatively high but falling. Mr. McCoy caught a very nice siring of large bream last week. Bolh mlears and bluegills are coming in. Mike Hahn look over 30 Dream from Lake Wedington. The fishing reporter took some small bass and large green sun- rish on a tiny topwater (Tor- aedo). While River Bail Shop reports a few black bass are being =uaght on minnows and jigs. The shop is selling a l o t of crayfish, minnows and worms .his week. Drum are being caught on medium-sized cray- 'ish. Catfish are being taken on goldfish and milkworms. A few white bass are still up the river The river is in prelty gooc shape and falling slowlv. WAR EAGLE PRODUCTIVE Alice Shaffer Shepherd caugh several rock bass and a few small black bass from War Eagle last Saturday. Alice was using a Humpback Rebel and ultralight tackle. The larges rock bass was 12 inches long. Bill Kennan and [he fishing reporter took several nice Ken tucky and largemouth bass plus some green sunfish (black perch) and bream while floating between Tilly Willv and the next bridge on the Wes Fork of the While River. Mos fish were caught on Rebels ant Beetle Spins. Floating on War Eagle bet ween Huntsville and Highwa\ 45 proved productive for Bii Kennan and Aubrev Shepherd They took about fifty sunfish up to eleven inches long, an about ten Kentucky spotter, bass up to 1H pounds. Lake Favetteville Boat Dock reports that folks arc catchin? a little bit of everything. Red' ears and bluegills are doing real well. Also, channel calfhi are biting in late afternoons Don Ferritor and Mike Hoffman caught 100 bluegill using eric kets and worms. Lou Vogel and Tannv go fifty on each of two days o he lake. Mike Thomas got even black bass up to 3Vi xmnds. Last week Mike Thongs and Ted Patterson caught aass up to 514 pounds. Mrs. J. C. Jones limited out on :bannel catfish. Her largest vas 3W or four pounds. Everett Baker took eight bass m top water. His largest w a s hree pounds, bake Fayettevillc s open Friday and Saturday lights for all types of sport ishing: Trotlines must be removed after use, however. SIX 00 TO MEXICO Pat Burnett reports t h a t Bill VVhilfield, Gerald Jones. Opal ·lilliau. Jim Sandlin and Dr. George Cole fished wilh him in Mexico lasl week. They fished Lake Hidalgo. Catching · about 360 largemouth bass. The largest fish was about five pounds. Most were in the two to 3 '/a- pound class. They used jigs and plastic worms. Some were caught on Big-0 type lures and Little George hails. The fishing was nol an good as 11 was last year on tnat lake. Floy Scroggins reports t h a i bass on Beaver are hitting top water lures early and late. Water surface temperature is up to 74. One has to fish deep d u r i n g the middle of the day. Some up-lake crappie have no spawned. But the high temperature should have triggered spawning by now. Floy reports that trotlining is air for catfish. Drum an{ tripors are also being laken n ihe trotlines upriver. Floy feels that there has not recn as much fishing pressure as in previous years. She wants o hear more reports. Lake Sequoyah rcporls Mr. 'ones took a four pound bass on a Hawaiian Wiggler. Argi Villerford look seven bass to Wo pounds bass on a spinner nit. Albert Leeman got one our pound and a five pound channel. Several people leave without making a report. Water ondition is very good. Crappie and bass, as well as catfish, re biting well. Many bream are being taken below the dam. Roger Mhoon had a hard time inding fish the first day o iractic* for the B.A.S.S. Chaper Team Tourney, After the Irst day of the Tourney, the Arkansas team was In tenth place. The heaviest Arkansas tringer was only eight pounds of fish, taken by Joe Crowden. MiiMinniffliiiiiMiiiiiiMiiiMiiiniiiiniiNiiiniMiiii Sports In Brief WIWniMllll!!ll«llI!!l!ll[l!l!lll!lll11HilllHlll[[!!l!l!;Nlin Co-Coptains SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP -- Gary and Rick Charpienlie identical twins from Holyoke Mass., have been named cocai lains of the 1975 Sprlngfic! College tennis team, the colleg announced Thursday. Emie Whit* Die* AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) -- E nie While, 62, former majo league baseball pitcher, died Wednesday. A left-hande White had a career record o 30-21 playing with the Bosto Braves and SI. Louis Carclina Irpm 1940 to 1948. Snyder Traded NEW YORK -- Dick Snyde an eight-year National Baske ball Association veteran, wa traded from the Seallle Supe Sonics to the Cleveland Ca\ aliers. Multiyear Pact GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Ru ning back John Brockingto signed a mullivear contrac with t h e - National Footba League Green Bay Packers. Dibbs Advances HAMBURG, Germany -- De fending champion Eddie Dibl of the United States whippec Juergen Pohmann of West Ge many 4-6, 6-0, 6-1 and advancer tp the quarter-finals of the Ge man international tennis tou nament. Heldman Wins BOURNEMOUTH. Englan -- Julie Heldman of New' Yor City advanced to the semifina of the British hard court tenn championships by defeatin British junior champion Su Barker 6-3, 5-0. MEMORIAL DAY INVITATIONAL RACE $1500 PURSE Time Trials -1:30 P.M. Races -7:30 P.M. MONDAY, MAY 27th Admitwon: Adult*, $3.00 Children 6-12: $1.00 FAY SPEEDWAY lAfSl| J -....Ll».. D»«*«J Willougnoy Road Professional Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L Pel. GB hllaphia 23 17 .575 -- ontreal 18 15 .545 1V4 . Louis 20 19 .513 2Vi cw York 18 23 .439 6Vi hlcago 15 21 .417 S Pittsburgh 13 34 .351 8 West MS Angeles 31 12 .721 -- nclnnati 20 19 .513 i an Fran 24 21 .533 1 tlanta 22 21 ,512 9 louslon 22 23 .489 10 an Diego 18 25 .383 15 Thursday's Results Chicago at New York, ppd., ain Montreal 5, Pittsburgh 4 San Diego 5, Cincinnati 4, 13 nlngs San Francisco 7, Los Angeles Montreal 5. Pittsburgh 4 Chicago at New York, ppd., ain San Diego 5, Cincinnati 4, 13 nnings San Francisco 7, Los Angeles Only games scheduled Friday's Games St. Louis (Siebert 3-3) al Chiago (Reusche 3-2) Houston (Roberts 5-5) at At- anta (Capra 2-2). N Montreal (Renko 3-4) at hiladelphia (Lonborg 4-3), N New York (Matlack 5-1) at itlsburgh (Reuss 2-3), N Cincinnati (Gullett 4-3) at San Diego (Greif 2 7 ) . N Los Angeles (Sutton 6-3) at an Francisco (Bradley 4-4), N AMERICAN 1 LEAGUE East W L Pet. GB lilwaukee 20 17 .541 -Boston 21 19 .526 'A altirnore 19 19 .500 1W Cleveland 20 20 .500 I 'A Detroit 19 21) .487 2 \'cw York 20 23 .465 3 West Oakland 3 18 .561 -Chicago 20 17 .541 1 exas 20 21 .488 3 California 20 22 .476 3V4 Kansas C. 19 21 .475 M Minnesota 16 20 .444 4V4 Thursday's Results California 3. Kansas City 1 Chicago 9. Texas 6 Milwaukee 7, Detroit 3 Cleveland 2. Baltimore 0 Only games scheduled Friday's Games Milwaukee (Champion 2-0 c Prague 2-0) at Boston (Wise 2 ), N Cleveland (Peterson 2-2) a Detroit (Slayback 1-2), N Baltimore (McNallv 3-3) a New York (Stottlemyre 5-5), N Chicago (Bahnsen 5-3) a Kansas City (Splittorff 4-4), N Texas (Clyde 3-0) al "in nesota (Blyleven 3-6), N Oakland (Hunter 7-3) at Cal fornta (Lange 0-0), N League Leaders «MMniiin:!iiii!iiir::!ir:.:iiic: : !i!!iiiii!iiNiiiL r :!:iffl:ii) NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (90 al bats)-- R.Smith, StL, .386; Garr. At .368. RUNS-- Bonds, SF, 40; Wynn LA, 36. RUNS BATTED IN -- Wynn LA. 41; Garvcy, LA, 39. HITS-- Garr, All, 70; Maddo SF. 60. DOUBLES-R'ose. Cin. 13 Garvev LA. 13; Concepcio Cin, 12: Cedeno, Htn, 12; Ma dox. SF 12. TRIPLES-- Garr, All, 6 A.Oliver. Pgh. 5. HOME RUNS-- Wynn, LA. 14 Garvey, LA. 10. STOLEN BASES-Brock. I 28; Cedeno. Hln, 25. PITCHING (4 Decisions) Sosa SF 5-0, 1.000, 2. Messrsmth, LA, 4-0. 1.000, 2.60 STRIKEOUTS -- Seaver, NY 76; P.Niekro, Atl. 63. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (90 at bats) Carew. Min. .407; R.Jackso Oak. .307. RUNS -Campar.eris, Oak, 3 R.Jackson, Oak 28. RUNS BATTED IN-Bu roughs. Tex., 46; R. Jackso Oak., 37. H I T S-- Carew. Min. 6 A.Johnson, Tex, 55. DOUBLES-- Rurii. Oak, 1 Burroughs. Tex. 12. TRIPLES-- D.Evans. Bsn. R.White. NY, 4: Rivers. Cal. Otis, KC. 4; Campanens, Oa JCk Giants Shade LA fog H y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ni T h e Pitlsburgh Pirates w uldn't handle Steve Rogers' moke . . . but even Steve Roers couldn't handle Montreal's « g. h The Expos' hot-shol righl- lander was mowing down the b irates wilh ease Thursday tr Curl, Player To Share Fi Memphis Op MEMPHIS. Tenn. (AP) -South African Gary Player admits he's looking beyond the Janny Thomas-Memphis Golf lassie to the U.S. Open three 'eeks from now. Rod Curl is looking no further ban the local weatherman. "It it gets windy, if the wind omes up real good and blows Big Racing Menu Set For Memorial Day By THF, ASSOCIATED PRESS The 99th running of the $50.00 Withers at Aqueduct Saturday launches an extended Memorial Day holiday weekend of major thoroughbred racing across the nation. Key probables for the Wilh ers. a mile for 3-year-olds, include Nostrum, who has won each of his two 1974 slaris, anrl a pair of Kentucky Derby los- ;rs-- Triple Crown and Acclpi- er. Triple Crown, a stakes winner in California, gave way after setting the early pace it he Derby, Accipiler also failer n the traffic jam ot 23 enlrys n the classic at Churchill )owns. Others expected for the Withers, which may unscramble the mtential field for the June 1 Mmbnt Slakes, are Stonewalk. Cumulo Nimbus. Relent. Be A Native, Right Mlnri, El Espario- leto and Gusty O'Shay. In another major race Saturday, the $60,000 National Jockey Club Handicap at Sportsman's Park has nine entries for the 1 1-16 miles. Torn Tulle, top weighted at 120 pounds, heads the list of 3-year-olds and up along with Model Husband. 119, and Glory R u n , 118. Summer Guest hearts a field Of nine fillies and mares expected for the J53.760 Vineland Handicap at Garden Sta c Park. Other leading probables for the 1V4 miles include Lilac Hill and Magaret's Number. Bill Shoemaker will ride Belle Marie, top weighted at 120 pounds, at Hollywood Par in the $38,950 Hawlhorne Handicap, seven furlongs for fillies and mares. Laffit Pincay will be aboard Tallahlo. The $30,000 Oakland Handicap for 3-year-olds and up a Golden Gate Fields will feature Imaginative, top weighted at 118 for the mile. Jockey Merlin Volzke will be aboard. At Thistledown. Just Plain Tuff, top-weighled at 122 pounds and a winner of three stakes this year, heads the probables for the $15,000 Thistledown Stakes, a mile for Ohio-foaled 3-vear-oIrls and up. The $10,000 Vertex for 3-year- olds and up at Suffolk Downs has seven entries for the 1 l-l miles, including Kiss and Run, top weighted al 122 pounds, and Blue Mountain Boy and Risky Alibi. On Sunday, the $125,000 Invitational Turf Handicap al Hollywood Park Is expeclert 1 fealure Astray, top weighled a 128 for Ihe I'/i miles. About one dozen 3-year-olds and up are expected. The big races Monday are the $125.000 Jersey Derby at Garden Stale, the $100,000 Cn i fornian at Hollywood Park and the $100.000 Metropolitan Handicap at Belmont Park. ·gSviTM ^^^^^MWIW^ ^ y^SB * WhaiEtiasHow? \M 1 did for the- jUmL iS»x*i«ur MflHiiL*. ^HHHS. I^Br5r£53' ' ^1 ·U|I|U Evan^^l Williams ^V y IVUVt/ ^ alts E) ghW-six strikeouts wilh one ilk arid Iwo hits in tiv» In- ngs-- while his teammates ere b u i l d i n g a 3-0 lead for m. None of the men on Ihe BUGS' ?nch could cope with the Moncal flamethrower on the Fire 65 rst Round en Lead ard. I've got a good chance of nning," Curl said Thursday ter matching Player's course cord 65 for a share of the rst-round lead in this $175.000 ·ent. Curl, the diminutive Winlu dian who scored his first ca- nr victory last Sunday in the olonial National at Forl orlh, Tex., birdied his last ree holes for a seven-untlcr- ar round on Ihe 7.193-yard Co- nial Country Club course. "Hey, a man could get user this in a hurry," Ihe 5-fool-5 tirl said. "It's a wonderfu eling." He and Player, Ihe current asters champion who's eyeing n unprecedenled Grand Slam golf, shared a one-stroke acl antage over a group of four vo-tirne 1974 winner Huber reen, Jim Colbert, Larn iegler and Bob Wynn-- tied a i, Dave Hill, the defending title o l d e r a n d a four-time [emphis champion, was in oorl position at 68 -- two shot? e li i n (1 -- as the touring ros t o o k advantage o deal playing conditions to pos xceptionally low scores. Lee Trevino, however, blew o a double bogey seven on hi ast hole ami was eight shot ack at 73. Many of Ihe game' lanior names are skipping his "designated tournaments,' vents in which they must com tele. "The thing that's on mi mind," said Player, "is th" 3rand Slam, winning those fou ournaments." The Grand Slam consists of i ne-year sweep of the Masters J.S. and Brilish Opens, and th 'GA. It's never been don«_ Inly four players have won a our in a lifetime-- Playei Jicklaus, Ben Hogan and Gen Sarazen. Many observers feel a one 'ear sweep of the four is nearl mpossible. Leading first - ronrul score "hursday in the $175,000 Dann Thomas-Memphis Golf Classic Rod Curl 33-32--6 Gary Pl.iyer 32-33-- C Bob Wynn 32-34--6 Hubert Green 34-32 b Jim Colbert 34-32-- t Larry Ziegler 33-33-- G Marion Heck 34-H3-- E John Lister 34-33-- i Dave Hill 34-33- Lou Graham 3334 6 Grier Jones 33-34-- t Draft Picks Sign PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Tl Pittsburgh Steelers have a nounced t h a t five draft choice ncludiny second-round pic Jack Lambert, have signi contracts. Lambert, a lin backer from Kent State, w, named the Defensive Player -he Year in the Mid America Conference in 1972. Coach Named BUFFALO -- Floyd Smith, / e t e r a n National Ilockt league player, was name coach of the Buffalo Sabres. The lion and the lioness Sharing responsibility. The lioness feeding and caring for the family- The lion guarding the security of the land they call home. Protecting the security of your home is more than important. It's necessary. Together, husband and wife pull for what's good In life ...hoping... planning. But the unexpected cm happen. It takes so little to insure that your fam ily wil 1 always have the home that was meant forlhem and the Lioness can help with mortgage insurance. Call your Kansas City life Agent for mortgage protection. G A R Y . C H A N E Y f ^ *°* KANSAS CTIYIIEE INSURANCE COMEANY , dhoelffc ^A · .iHrfMt JMuB^ i rjfy SgHvy 1 CMp Tip ^^m mmim^ffm (mound In the early going, So the Man Upstairs stepped i. In the top of the sixth Inning, a dense fog which had been hovering over Jarry Park suddenly descended. And with its iclp, Pittsburgh finally got to Rogers. With two oub and Ed Kirk- palrick on first base, Al Oliver h i t a towering but playable fly ball (o left-center field . . . or toward it, at least. It disappeared when it left the Infield. It f i n a l l y reappeared, falling b e t w e e n outfielders Willii Davis and Boots Day. And by the time they retrieved it, Kirk- ·latrick was crossing the plate and Oliver was on third. That was enough for hom« plate umpire John Klbler. H* halted play for 56 minutes, waiting for the mist to clear. In the Interim, the fans were entertained momentarily by a streaker who bounded over a railing, cavorted around the infield, then raced to the outfield . . and vanished. In the only other National League games, San Francisco edged Los Angeles 7-6 and San Diego'nipped Cincinnati S-i in 13 innings. The Chicago Cubs' game against the Mots in New York was rained out. GIANTS 7, DODGERS 6 Reliever Ellas Sosa picked up his fifth triumph without a do- feat this season, riding San Fruncisco's four-run seven inning burst to victory. Dave Ra- dcr s run-scoring single capped be rally. PADRES J, BEDS 4 Derrcl Thomas drovf in three runs including the game-winner wilh a 13th-lnning sacrifice fly that gave the Padres their vic- lorv over the Red» Thursday night. . ELECT B I L L M U R R A Y SHERIFF For Washington County Pal* for liy citizens for Mnpraj- ttmimlUpp, MeU-in palmer, Chairman SEVEN OF THE REASONS I WANT TO BE YOUR SHERIFF 1. Efficient records 2. Appointment of personnel with mature ideas and skills, to perform the job in a considerate and efficient manner 3. Placement of deputies in strategic locations for faster, efficient enforcement of the law 4. Strict control over all deputies by competent authority at all times, by having certain deputies trained to make decisions while on each shift of duty 5. Personal availability to the general public at all times 6. Full cooperation with all law enforcement agencies. 7. Full cooperation with all organizations that are interested in sound law enforcement I PERSONALLY AND SINCERELY ASK FOR YOUR VOTE AND INFLUENCE PAUL PEEVY Political Ad Paid for By Paul Peevy, Springdale FIRS! CHOICE in Sorahiim-Siidanorass Mrasf*!!- _......._ '-^i FUNK'S HYBRID NEW! Adapted to I wide nnge of soil types. 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