Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 7, 1974 · Page 18
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June 7, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 18

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14 · ttorttiwxt Arfcamat TIMCS, Friday, Jun, 7, 1974 it mwmmmim warn mm urn 11 in Fishing Report ·····The White River Bait Shop reports that there was no tithing on Thursday with the water rising. A lot ot small bass .were coming in before the rain. A lot of crappie were reportedly still being caught near Walker's Jjluff. Some smallmouth bass have been take from Richland Creek. /."Springeale Sport Shop reports jerry Clemmes took an eight pound black bass on a plastic worm from Beaver. Jim Mays cjught a 6V4 pound black on a plastic worm. Roger Mhoon 'look a five pounder, a four and two threes on Big 0. Lewis Dewitt and Gerald Sanders took .seven blacks to seven pounds. -.Lake Fayetteville reports good fishing all around. The (Channel catfishing has been es ·pecially good. G. D. Cochenour :,Umited out on channels. Clark iB.rewer limited out on channels, iiljmmy Terry and his wife limited out on catfish, also. The nWarmacks limited out Wednes r d a y . Garland Cole of Spring · dale also took a limit of channels. · Breams fishing has been very good. Vergil Webb had a limit · «f bream. Both redears anc bluegills were doing well. Most after being caught between eight and ten feet deep. Evereti - ' B a k e r took a five and a pound black from the lake. Don Stewart had seven bass ranging up to six pounds. Earl Lester limited out on bass. J. and J. Sport Shop reports good catfteh catches are com mon. A l s o , many anglers Doctors To Complete Tests On Woody Hayes v :COI.UMBUS. Ohio (AP) -:Doctors at University Hospita ·.expected to complete tests today on Ohio Slate University football Coach Woody Hayes ^*ho was hospitalized afte -complaining of chest pains. \ The 61-year-old Hayes wa .being treated in the hospital' coronary care unit, and hi .physician. Dr. Robert J. Mur ,t»hy, said, "Lt does appear he (Hayes) had a small heart at · tack." ·i. A hospital spokesman said an official diagnosis would be an rpounced today. ,.-..Hayes, college football's sec ;«nd winningest coach, was list ed in guarded condition Thurs -day night. A hospital spokes nan said Hayes was restin .-comfortably and his pulse an .blood pressure were stable. ... The Buckeye coach was both ered by chest pains earl' Thursday. ·Murphy said he was called t. Hayes' home and decided a ·«:30 a.m. Thursday to have hir. - 'hospitalized. "I saw him (Hayes) as lat 35 last week," Murphy said "In general, he's in robus -health." Hayes has served more rea sons than any other fnotbal coach at OSU. In 24 years hi Xfhio Stale record is 1S9-49-8, in tluding three national cham pionships. : He has earned 192 eollegi football victories, second onlj -to Alabama's Paul "Bear" Bryant. buying earthworms for ream fishing. Popular bass ures are the Gilmore char- ·euse spinners. Gilmore Ho o, and small spinner baits of he HH type in several colors. Iso selling well are Mud Bugs nd a variety of top water ures, including the Tiny Tor- cdo. Plastic worms are caching their usual high level t suhmer popularity. Lake Sequoyah reports ex- ellent catfishing. Nothing else s really very productive in the nuddy water. Determined lake egulars are beating the grassy r e a s with spinner baits in opes of finding some lunker ass prowling. War Eagle Boat Dock reports muddy water and very little ctltn since the weekene.. ieorge Rice had l i m i t s of rappie over the weekend. The water temperature Thursday morning was d o w n to 70 degrees. Olliverson's Trout Resort Pippin reports that some really ine Rainbow trout have been taken from the White River in he last few days. Corn, cheese working well. As usyal, the water is clear and cold- Skan's Sport Shop report hat immediately before the rains the bass were hitting on he shallow flats off the Whit rtiver near 68 bridge, S i n g ! spins and topwater lures were working well. A few crappie were brought in last Sunday O n e m a n r e p o r t e d t a k i n g crappie Tuesday, even in the ·nuddy water. Col. Skan say: ,he bass will be feeding in th newly flooded area in verj shallow water. Lake Wedington will be on of the lew clear water lakes his weekend. But the usua Saturday afternoon and Sunda; iwimming and boating crowd! may make fishing difficult Sarly mornings are quiet -hat lake and are likely to be [ood times to try some bas: or bream fishing. Night fishing for catfish and crappie has been productive lately. : Director Named : BOSTON (AP) - Nat Creenberg, a former Bosto Sports writer, was named pub Jicity director of the Bosto Sruins of the National Hocke league Thursday. : He replaces Herb Ralhy, wh retired. Ralby was public rela iipns director for 23 years, th «st four on a full-time basi Ence his retirement as a sport Sinter for the Boston Globe i 2970. HEAVY DUTY MUFFLER $1200 INSTALLED t Lifetime Guarantee DUALS Adding One Side Including One Muffler Both Sides Including Both Mufflers · *0 I can *ff*rt SEEBURG MUFFLER HMwnr n«i«* «f Purvis Keeps Perfect State With 16-0 Win GREASY. Okla. -- Purvis Sporting Goods extended it* semipro baseball record to 12-0 Wednesday night with a 16-0 hellacking of Greasy. Lonnie IcCleland gave up just lour its in posting the shutout for urvis, and was supported by onnccted for home runs, a n d 19 hit attack. Rick Porter had four of the 'urvis hits. Rick Bowles gol hrec. Jack Morris, David rake. Tommy Neal «nd Mike (retzer collected two each and o h n Zachariason, Wayne leach Rick Mutton and Mark 'aul had a hit apiece. Morris and Kretzer each onnectcd for home runs, »nc lutton, Neal, Porter and iowles had triples. Purvis will play a double .leader at Carthage. Mo., Satur ay night and a twinbill Sunday at Legion Field in Fayetteville against Mountainburg. Purvis will e n t e r a tournament at Greasy next week, featuring Oklahoma teams at Tahlequah Stillwell. Tutsa and Muskogee. A World First PORT DICKSON. Malaysia (AP) -- Shoichi Nakajima, Japanese marathon swimmer oecame the first man in the world to swim across the Straits of Malacca today. The 28-year-old swimmin_ coach .from Tokyo swam from the Indonesian island of Rupa to this Malaysan port, taking about 21 hours and 50 minute to cross the -18-mile wid' straits. 34 East Center Phone: 521-6472 Business Cards, Letterheads, Envelopes, Business Forms, Tickets, Posters, Flyers, Menus, Memo Pads, Church Bulletins, Calendars, Invitations and so on and so fast . , RED GRANGE: "The Galloping Ghost" NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES Goodrich belled whitewall sale Serve on the tire that's been selected for so many of this year's new cars. BPG's Silver-town Betted features two tough belts of fiberglass cord for strength and stability Its polyester cord body construction gives you a smooth ride. These popular sizes: G78-15, F78-15, G78-14, F78-14, E78-14, C78-14, B78-14, plus Federal Excise tax of $2.05 to $2.74 and trade. BLACKWALLS $1 less. $37 for larger sizes: 178-15, J78-15, H78-15, H78-14 plus Federal Excise tax of $2.92 to $3.19 and trade. BLACKWM1S $1 less. passenger retreads any size 12 plus 45C Fed. Ex.tox and relreacjable trade-in. $3 more fof Belted Retreads B.E Goodrich wefretheofherguys 4 ways to dKjrge/RevoJvrng Charge, American Express, Master Charge; BankAmeriearrJ Fayetteville, Ark. 125 W. Mountain n *m «· S* .Goadridi SMmc I urge you to ask a friend whose judgment you trust, a local policeman, attorney, teacher or a local businessman about myself and the other candidate for Sheriff as to our qualifications and our moral and professional standards. Then make your choice known by voting on June 11. ON JUNE 11 ELECT Bill WASHINGTON COUNTY Disclaimer paid for by Citizen! tor Murray CMBmtttac, Melvin Palmer, Chairman.

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