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IX Â· NM*WMI ArfcwMM TWOS, FrUvy, May II, 1*74 Â«Â»1M1VILLÂ«. AMUMWJM Fishing Report By AUBREY SHEPHERD , H. H. Hudgens found the S 'ng tough at Greer's Ferry ce last weekend. The wind Â·-blew and the rain fell. Despite Â«the weather Howard and his Â·Â·kinfolks from Little Rock found '-Â·ome bass and crappie. but a final blow was struck the trip when Mr. Hudgens' outboard , ^tnotor failed far out In the lake TSiround midnight. He found ; ; himself paddling a long way to ; shore, reluctant to use his _ trolling motor for fear of losing - his lights. " L a k e Wedinglon Lodge ;~ - reports trotlining for catfish is Â«^J. I very good now. Bream are ''' ' excellent in deep water -- 1Â« -; Â· . to 18 feet. Last weekend three Â»Â·" : men fished three nights and "" Â· took 47 catfish including 21 over y'. - three pounds. The largest was Si- 'SA pounds. Cliff Wheatley took " ' five catfish weighing a total of . , eight pounds. Bass and crappie "i ; are not biting very well. -.1 ' J and J Sport Shop reports Â·1* - crappie minnows selling well .'~ : Catfishermen are using a loi .. _ ot goldfish. Richard Fisher am \y I a party of anglers limited ou 'Â·Â·*Â· Â· on crappie two times LaÂ«t week Â·;Â· -Rising jigs. Â· ' - Springdate Sport Shop reports : --that Leslie McGarrah caught a (V pound black and sc smaller ones. Richard Allen '. took eight blacks on a Lucky ; 13. Junior Keaton and Tom Â· Cooper got seven blacks or Â· spinner baits. Reland Harp arc Â·cms took siity white, all large -- up to S pounds. Lake Sequoyah reports fishui] Â· good this week. Rick Miller an ; a friend caught 20 crappie Monday. Warren Langham ha ' a nice string of bass. Alber Lehmin had seven crappie an( ! five bass last Friday, including Â· a 2',4 pound crappie. Water Â· condition is good, and clearing ; Is rapid now. Lake Fayetteville report: I good bluegili, redear. channe ; catfish and crappie catches Bass fishing Is good, but thee wind has made angling tough this weak. Water temperature s 72 degrees. Water is a good color. Hickory Creek boat dock Â·eports two limits of blacks .aken by C h r i s Waithall and Tom Logsdon. using plastic worms. Three limits of blacks were taken by Larry Orwell and Clarence Taylor and a riend, using Tiny Torpedo, vu"s Horse, and Rapala. One imlt of blacks to 2V4 was taken by Barney Carver using a hubs chub rattler, a topwater lure. Three limits of blacks were taken (up to three pounds) by a party ftom Missouri, using iiellbenders and a Devil's Horse. One limit of blacks up to three pounds was taken by Parker Woods of Springdale, using a plastic worm and topwater. Eight blacks up to 6W pounds were taken by Roy Smith and Troy Wyatte and Willie Williams, using Humpback Rebels. One limit of blacks up to IK pounds was taken by Larry Corwell using a Devil's Horse. The water temperature at War Eagle Dock is 74 degrees. With the temperature at a near- perfect level, all fishing should be excellent on Beaver Lake for the next few days. Now is the time to get out and enjoy fishing! Bill Kennan and the fishing reporter caught about fifteen large bluegills, greensunfish and longears while floating the West Fork of the White River between U.S. 71 and Shaffer Road. They topped off the catch bison Leads (emper Open Over Crampton CHARLOTTE. N. C. (AP)' - om .Watson U an impatient roung man. "I've been In position to win ree. maybe four times this year." he said. "I haven't won el. I'm getting impatient. I ant to win." Watson, an articulate 24-year- d in his third season on the pro golf tour, made the observation Thursday after his course-record matching 65, sev n under par. It gave him the ret-round lead in the $250,000 Australian veteran . Bruce rampton was one shot back a' 6 in this "designated tourna ment," one of three events on the schedule t h i s season in hich all of the game's leading layers are required to com Kte. Little League Action It's foully summer and Little nights. Above, there's plenty neath Fayetteville Plumbing's aad Fee Wee League games of action around home plate catcher for a ran. (TIMES- ar* being played nightly at as au uidtnUfied Trans VM- photo by Ken Good) Walker Park on most week eo buenuuer slides noder- B A L T I M O R E (AP) - "For the first lime, last week JoAnne Carrier, coming off I felt like I was playing the Mck-to-back tournament vie- way I did as an amateur," Â»ries, says she's "ready to go Mrs. Garner said before teeing again" in the (40,000 Baltimore off in the first round of the 54- G-olf Championship opening to- hole tournament at the munici- day of perch with 114 pound small spotted bass. About 15 sunfish wen released. The fishing reporter took numerous sunfish, including about a down very large green sunfish, bluegills and warmouts while floating the Elkins stretch of White River last Sunday. Trice- Breaks Barrier In '23 AMES, Iowa (AP) -- Jack Trice made the trip to Minnesota in 1923 knowing he would play in his first college football game. He couldn't know that three days later he would be dead. Trice was black. Prejudices ~of the day had already kept _bim from playing for Iowa Â£Btate College in games at Ne .Jfraska and St. Louis. Â·Ji But now the team and aches had rallied behind him. ' was U) be a starter. Â·'. -- On the eve of the game he --.; 3at in his Curtis Hotel room in ! 'TVinneapolis and scribbled on I Records Fall ^In National I NCAA Meet ;-'--_X... CHARLESTON. III. (AP) Â·Â·' ,"S-Steve Riddig of Norfolk Slate ;- Jjnd Clancy Edwards of Califor'* -5Pa Poly at San Luis Obispo'set '.Â· -..Jwin stadium marks during the ;" ^Vwcond day of the NCAA Na- ;,X-"fionaI Track Championship *\ ~.t~ The two set the Lincoln Sta- Ii*~!j9jum record Thursday on the -s ^tastern Illinois campus with :Â·; .'limes of 9.2 in the 100-yard Â·'.;-. -T; The old mark of 9.3 was set '"-- *!Â£y Ivory Crockett of Southern J?'-;Slinois in 1970. 'C-- .;Â£* Meanwhile, Bowdoin chalked Â· J5P 16 points to emerge as the -Â·-Â·leader in college division II at t- -4he meet. -". ,;i:Wet weather moved several !;!Ssvents indoors and delayed oth- ^'.'Â·lle'rs. Following Bowdoin with 14 - J "'floints each were Lincoln ol ^--jjilissouri. Eastern Illinois and Â«"";Â»Cal Poly. f It; in division HI. Fisk Univcr- Â£.J*Hy led with 20. followed by Â·j- . Jlshiand College and Mount Un- r^~ ; 3bn at 1G. and Queens College \*' Â£2?amona Pitzer and Soulherr ^-'^BDniversity at NEW Orleans with Â·:?-^J Robert Martin of South - ' Â· eastern Louisiana set a stadium ".' ' -record of 13.5 in the 120-yarc ;-Â·' Sigh hurdles lo lop a mark o: Â· : ,33.7 set by Rod Jackson of '-_'. Jastern niihiois in 1973. ; ' - * T ; I n other division II action *.' : Creg B l a n k e n s h i p of Cal Stale 'Â·' ^Hay\vard, won the hammer -. 5row with a mark of 183 feet ';Â·-?! inches. Darrell Brown ;. Eastern took the long j u m p Â·;.- Sfith a leap of 25 feet. t"' "3hches. Bowdoin's Richarc %.: ieavitt won the sholput with a tj-: 3Bark of 55 feel. 4 inches Â·J- - S I" division III. John Pearson ^,- *^f MIT took the hammer throw fith a mark of 170 feet. 4 ches. Steve Lindgren of Ham won the shotput with a 3heasurement of 55 feet, : Aches. Jim Gilkes of Fisk took : 3he 100-yard dash with a time 3ff 9.4. Roger Rethcrford o! Ot . TTrrbein was clocked at 14.2 for ;a first in the 120-yard high hur gfles : TCMAKfS AMTfNNA MM ond SÂ«rvkÂ» Wfw * After Back-To-Back Victories Corner Ready Again pal Pine Ridge course. College Club Bashes West Fork 25-6 Behind Huge 19 Hit Offensive College Club pounded out afoot home ran shot that really lotel stationery: "My thoughts ust before the first real college me of my life." In that brief note of reminder said, "The honor of my e. family and self is at ake. Everyone Is expecting to do big things. I will." "My whole body and soul are be thrown recklessly about e field. Every time the ball is apped, I will be trying to do ore than my part. Fight low. th your eyes open and toward e play. Watch out for cross- ucks and reverse end runs. Newspaper accounts of the ct. 6, 1923 game said Min sola was leading 14-10 in the ird quarter and had posses- on of the ball. The next play wai a cross- ck. one Trice had cautioned mself about. The Iowa State Tensive line buckled and rice rushed in. He stopped the ay but landed on his back, tiree charging Minnesota plays ran over him. Newspapers said that as he as helped to the sidelines, innesota fans rose and chantd: "We're sorry, Ames, we're jrry." Trice was returned to Ames i a Pullman railroad car--ly- g on a bed of straw--and was ken immediately to the school ospital. He died on Monday of he- lorrhaging lungs and internal .ceding in the abdomen. His personal note of in- piration was found in his jack- pocket the day he was bur- ed. Trice was born in Hiram, hio. where he attended school irough the eighth grade before le family moved to Cleveland. He came to Iowa State Col- :ge (now University) in 1922 nd was majoring in animal usbandry, carrying a grade verage of 90. He and his wife, ora Mae, worked part time so e could stay in school. After his death a plaque in is honor was placed in (he Old [ate Gym. It was covered with ust and bird droppings when it tlracted the curiosity of Eng- sh teacher Alan Seals in 1973. )ne of his classes tracked down story behind the obscure laque. Student and faculty support is today to name the new Iowa Stale stadium Suge 19 hit attack to wallop four West Fork pitchers en route to a 25-6 American Legion baseball victory over West Fork Thursday afternoon. Harris' crew hit the ball well in a game that went only four and a half innings. "It's hard to explain," said West Fork coach Alva Early. "We didn't ay badly but they just hit the il well and it dropped in for them all afternoon. You really have to give t h e m ere- dit.' Ttie g a m e wÂ«s highlighted by Mark Prenger's 330 First Federal Dennis Claim League Wins Dennis Home Furnishings and First Federal produced Babe Ruth baseball victories Thurs day evening. In the first game Dennis smashed UCT 10-5 as M i k e Taylor became the winning hurler while Jimmy Cate was charged with the defeat. Mike Curtsinger and Calvin Tackett tripled for Dennis while Mark Worsham, Curtsinger Drew Phillips. Tackett and Taylor all singled for the win ners. David Patterson, Mike Green. Kendall Keen, Cate, NÂ« Parette. Marty McNeal and Mike Whitehead all had singles for UCT. In the nightcap First Federa slipped past Colliers Drugs 7-5 Terry Fraley was the winnin) pitcher and David Gardner the loser. Wes Lamb doubled for First Federal while Billy Bolinger, Graley, Randy Drake, Billy Ammons, Terry Salsbury, Andy Rea. and Mitchell Wright produced singles. Doran Johnson tripled for Colliers while Eddie Osburn, Terry Lawson, Gip Gibson, Johnson, David Gardner and Johnny Burgin singled for Colliers. put the game on Ice for the Fayetteville unit. Jackie Davis and Larry Atha also hit well of the winners. Davis was thru- for four at the plate with six RBI and Atha bad a perfect day with five for five and four RBI. West Fork had taken a 2-0 lead in the first inning off winning hurler Ride Taylor but College Club roared right back to produce four runs off Dwain Rogers. College Club then wen on to rout West Foork hurlers Paul Jamerson, Micky Palmer and Dave King. "What really did us in was the s e c o n d inning when they exploded for 8 runs,' said Early. "They never did nil really long balls but they jusl kept dropping between our out fielders or rolling between shortstop and third for clean hits." The victory sets Fayetteville at 4-2 on the season and drops West Fork to 1-2. Next action for College Club will be Saturday, weather permitting, ' ' ~- Â· Â· -Missouri When she joined the tour 970, Mrs. Garner was a five ime U.S. amateur champio and was expected to be an in slant winner on the Ladies Pro essional Golf Association tour Until winning the Bluegras nternational at Louisville. Ky and the Hoosier Classic 'lymouth, Ind., the past tw weeks, she had not scored our victory since 1971. "At Louisville I was gettin weaker on the last nine hole and just wanted to get in befor fell apart." she said. "But Plymouth, I felt like 1 was ge ing stronger at the end. That he way I used to play as a amateur." Mrs. Carner was ranked a one of the favorites this wee along with Kathy Whitworth and JoAnn Prentice, otbj double winners alter 12 week against Webb City for a double header to be played in Fayetteville while West fork tangles with Pocola. Okla., June 10. of the tour. Other contendei ncluded defending champio Judy Rankin and Carol Man the local favorite. Jane Blalock, another doub winner, was among a handf of golfers who skipped the tou nament--apparently taking e tra time to prepare for ne week's $100,000 tournament La's Vegas, Nev. rowing tod 7.1 million f t c r Trice, said English intruder Charles Sohn. The stu- lent governing body nanimouslv for it. voted Construction Stopped KANSAS CITY (AP) -- T Kansas Ciyt Scouts.' first horn game in the National Hock League has been set back one but there can be no further d lays, says the league's pres dent, Clarence Campbell. A bricklayers' strike h stopped construction of sports arena Scouts' home. the building won't be ready. The opener originally was s for Oct. 5 against Minnesota, was changed to Nov. 2 a: Campbell said "The game mu be played then. There's no wa once the schedule is agre upon, that you can just dro game and say we'll pick it and play it later." t: that; will be t! and officials fe Sharon Simons Becomes Owner Of Texas Rangers "1 had a chance to win las Â·eek in Memphis," said Wat on, who has collected $62,000 lis season but still lacks his rst tour title. "I had a chance win in Dallas. I had ha nee to win in Los Angeles \nd I was in pretty good shape n San Diego. "My trouble is that I've been inconsistent. "I just haven't finished a: ast as I'd ilke to this year. I've ad some goo dstarts then let i et away. "But I'm sure it win come.' Watson didn't miss Â» green idn't make a bogey and trangely enough, didn't mak birdie on any of the par fiv tales as he left the game' great players well behind. IN THIRD PLACE Bert Yancey and Bob Menne each hirdied the last three holes for 67s and a share of hird. Hubert Green, a two-time winner this year and runner-up n last week's Memphis Open, was in a large group at 68. At 69 were Billy Casper, Ben Srenshaw and Lanny Wadktns, who had a wildly erratic round h.it included eight birdies, three bogeys and a double bogey. Arnold Palmer, Jack Nickaus, Masters champion Gary ayer, Sam Snead, Lee Trevino and Lee Elder were in the group at 70. Johnny Miller, the Â·eigning. U.S. Open king a n d the sensation of the tour this season with five victories, was at 71. Defending title -holder Tom Weiskopf could do no better than match par 72 in the hot, muggy, and almost windless weather. Watson, who has finished ninth or better seven times this season didn't get In serious trouble in his solid effort over the 7.085 - yard Q u a i l Hollow Country Club course. Â·nu. DALLAS (AP) -- A secret admirer of New York Mets owner Joan Payson now has a baseball team to call her own. Sharon Simons, wife of wealthy Dallas investor-real es- :ate developer Pollard Simons, became a major Texas Ranger shareholder this week. Mrs. Simmons was among ..ie Dallas-Fort Worth group :hat purchased 90 per cent of the Rangers from Bob Short for an estimated $9 million. She joins Mrs. Payson of the Mets as the only woman to own a large portion of a major league baseball franchise. "I take it (baseball) very se riously," said Mrs. Simons, whose voice was hoarse Thursday after attending two Ranger games this week. "I get pretty excited and when the players deserve it, I yell and clap." Mrs. Simons said her husband was approached first as a possible partner in the team, and his reply was, "Sharon's the one who's a baseball fan; you should go ask her.". Simons first learned of his wife's love of baseball in 1951. when he asked his new bride what she would like to do more than anything and was surprised when she answered "Let's get to the World Series. She got so excited at the Yankee-Dodger games that she developed an ulcer. Mrs. Simons was not shocked or embarrassed Wednesday when her players emptied the bench for an on-field brawl with the Cleveland Indians. 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