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IS · Nwtfiwwl Arkamu TIMtS, rrM«y, Jim* 14, 1974 FAVrmVILLI. ARK AM* A* ^^ Fishing Report ; Br AUSREY S H E P H E R D ; Ot tie TIMES Staff ; Otliverson's Trout Resort report* that trout fishing below gull Shoals Dam on the lower White River has continued lo improve as the water level has been kept consistently low in ·rder to prevent downstream flooding. Larry D n n n o! Ei Dorado, Ark., caught an eight- pound, one-ounce rainbow trout on a Super .Shad on June 2. Carol Van Winkle ot Shawriee Mission, Kans., took a 6'/i pound rainbow trout on a Rapala Countdown on J u n e 4. Stanley Gabbard of Mountainbiirg caught a six-pound, two-ounce rainbow on a crayfish tail on June 8. Vernon Hobbs of Tulsa, Ok!a., landed an eight pound rainbow on a Rapala Count- d o w n on June 1. Jack Solary of R a y t o w n , Mo., was extre mcly lucky to catch two rainbow trout weighing 7W pounds each. His lure was a crayfish tail. Stu Stetson of Flippin say! that two-pound trout have been stocked in the r i v e r near Olli verson's lately, probably accounting for the fact that man in the two-pound class are being brought in. One man w a s catching two-pound rainbows on a fly rod. something unusua for the White River troll' fishing crowd. J and J Sport Shop says tha fishing has been off lately because of the muddy water but trotline fishermen are touying goldfish and large minnows pretty well. Plenty o crappie minows are available with few takers. The only popu Jar bass lures this week have been spinner baits, but some df»wnlake fishermen are taking their regular supply of plastic worms. Also several pond fishermen report that a fev ponds are clear enough fo worm fishing despite Ihe high water. War Eagle Boat Dock reports that Tom Logston and Chris Walthall took limits of black bass on single spins and worms Dan Shelby had nearly a five pound flalhcad on a minnow Water is m u d d y and 71 degres "· Springdale Sport Shop report; that Roger Mhoon look a limi of blacks on spinner baits. Th ·wind and rains last weekciu have kept the people olf th lake, hut Bill expects things t' pick up this weekend. Lake Sequoyah reports tha the lake is muddy and high Wind has also cut down on til activity. Th» lake should be jus right t h i s weekend. Jame pounds, using minnows, 'ippin and J.R. M u r r a y ' 'oods took seven channels to 'A pounds. His smallest · was ree pounds. Odean. Woods ook nine channels averaging ver three pounds.. Albert hanncl and one 4','j-pound ;iss. Bob Wallace took a 10 Tound and a 2!i-pound flalhcad. l a u d e Woods caught five chan els averaging three pounds, lost were caught on liver, e\v on goldfish. Lake Fayeltcville h a s b e e n iroducing excellent bream cat- lies; crappie fishing is slow; ome bass are coming in; isliing is good. The water is ingy and not very high any. nore. At Lake Wedington!. Bil) Ken in and the : fishing reporUi ound the tiny bass hitting plas ic w o r m s and tiny torpedoes long the shorelines. The watc vas off-color but not muddy Vcdncsriay. David and Pam lose caught 25 nice bream. Mr ·"lint caught 20 bream. C I i f Vhcallcy caught his imil o Whcatlcy caught his 1 i m i t. o bass. Cliff used minnows, Tom my C u n n i n g h a m caught th imit of bass r u n n i n g to over 2 1 / M r too! 6?'.'catfish in four d a y s . o n , , rotline on chicken liver. Th' cats ran from 214 pounds t pounds. A n d y Whitloc 1 caught 25 bream. Leyton McCo ook 35 bream. Hickory Creek says there i about 8 or 1(1 inches of visibilit. and terribly high. Lcs hopes th water will fall and c l e a r . H expects business lo pick up thi weekend. Horseshoe Bend reports walo beginning to lighten now an m u r k y rather: than muddj 3ass are now back in cove and crappie are back in cove n 8 to 10 feet of water in th cedars. A sixteen pound stripe was caught by Don Burns Winslow on J u n e 9. He use a crayfish on his trotline to tak Lhe big striped bass. Marion Bunyard of Roger ook a limit of bass to 3 lounds on a Mini R. Steve Han f Rogers got [our hass up I 3 pounds on a b a s s ; m a g ' spinner bait. Chick Stubbs f Rogers got six" blacks to 3 pounds on a Big Jim and plastic worm. George Andref son look a six pound black an 2 and throe-quarter poun Kentucky on a hone-coloro Mini-R with a red belly. Larr Smith of Rogers also used Mil R to limit out on b l a c k s i to 3Ya pounds. Will Fisher · Rogers took 12 crappie to 2 pounds on minnaws. BEAVER LAKE STRIPER . . . D o n Sums of VSinslow is pictured with the 16 pound striper he caught near Horseshoe Bend on Beaver Lake. The big bass was taken on a trotline using crayfish. Bell Favored To Win Spot GAINESVILLE. Fla. -- Ear] Bell is the favorite to earn a competing spo! against the Russians when he participates in the National Junior Olympics here this afternoon at the University of Florida, The Arkansas State University pole vaulter. who has soared at least 16-8 in three of his last four meets, has the best vault (16-8 Vi) among those eligible to compete here. The meet is for performers under 20 yeari of age. Bell, a freshman, it 18. The winner ana r u n n e r - u p here will qualify for the U.S. International A A U team, which will face the USSR in a meet June 28-29 at Austin, Te.xas. Bell has narrowly missed clearing !7 feet in his last two outings, and ASU track coat-h Guy Kochel believes he eou do it here. · " ' '· "He's got the height." Kocli noted. "All that's l e f t is for hi to get""his "Tfmrr7g~tl6wn7~Ai it usually doesn't take him I long [o do that." Professional Baseball By The Associated Press American League East W I. Pel. GB oslon 33 25 .569 eveland 29 27 .513 ilwaukee 23 27 .509 etroit 29 28 .51)9 cw York 30 31 .492 altimore 28 29 .491 4V, West 32 27 Player Scraps* Out 70 For Early Uod Treacherous Greens Batter Field M A M A R O N E C K , N.Y. (AP) with it." Jack Nicklaus, golf'i reigning Mid, "The tournament is being It was a day of frustration - The 7Hh U.S. Open Golf Gary must have been listen- king and S-l favorite to stash pteyed on the greens. These are this loth major crown in his th« most severely fast, unttulat- ning lash Championship developed today ing. vault, putted from 25 teet for » ing greens I've ever seen." into a putting contest on the ice The tough little world golfing b j rdie ' ,,, the r irst hole and left Miller, who won at Oakmont slick, treacherous greens, and gypsy from Johannesburg, himself a 28-foot putt coming Pa., last year with a_record- the man with the safecracker back, for the first at four closing 63. also shot a 75. akland ansas City exas hicago alifornia innesota 29 30 26 26 23 .542 .509 .503 .401 .4M .426 Thursday's Game ansas City 5. Milwaukee Only game scheduled Friday's Games Minnesota (Decker 6-4) at Icvcland (Johnson .1-2). N Chicago (Pitlock 2-1) at Balli- norc (Grimsley 5-7). N Kansas City (Busby 7-6) at iclroit (LaGrow 5-4), N Milwaukee (Kohel 3-3) at exas (Bibby 8-8). N New York (Tidrow 4-5) at a k l a n d (Holt?.man 7 - 6 ) . . N Boston (Tiant 8-5) at Califor- ia (Ryan 7 6 ) , N touch-- Gary Player of South Africa -- was tabbed as the burglar likely to take it all. "ff you can't chip and putt here, you might as w e l t go home," lamented defending c h a m p i o n Johnny Miller, stunned by an opening round 76. "Player is the finest chipper, putter and sand player on the tour. He could walk away Masters crown for the first two legs of an unprecedented professional Grand Slam, stroked W i n g e d Foot's marbls-top greens for an even-par 70 and the lead in Thursday's first round. Other leading favorites putted -- as old Sam Snead used to say-- "as if both their blooming arms was broke." straight bogeys. "I told myself. 'This is some way to start the Open,' " Jack said afterward. "It took me four holes to regroup," Nicklaus three-putted three of the first four holes, added another three-putt later on, and shot a 75. "In every other way, this is a normal golf course," Nicklaus Tom Weiskopf, the reigning British Open champion, fired a 76 and said he almost withdrew because of an ailing left wrist. Two-time winner Lee Trevino had a 78. Bill Casper, who won the Open on thi ssame course 15 years ago. skied If an 80 and Hubert Green, the tour's current hotshot, scrambled to an 81. and disaster. It marked the first lime since 1958 t h a t a player had not broken par in the opening round of this championship. Mike Reasor of Seattle, who shot 135 in one round at Tallahassee. Kla., earlier this year after f a l l i n g off a Lou G r a h a m of 'hilaphia it. Louis .lonlreal Chicago S'RW York 'ittsburgh XK Angeles Cincinnati Atlanta fouston ian Fran ian Diego National League East W L Pd. 32 27 .542 30 27 .526 25 23 2« 31 23 34 21 34 West ·12 33 33 31 31 25 .5ni) .426 .404 .382 .639 .579 .559 .50! .492 .385 Home Fans Shun A's OAKLAND (AP) -- Charlie Finley blames the press, and the press blames Charlie Finley. But the major reasons Finley's world champion Oakland A's. who return home tonight, aren't drawing more fans probably lie elsewhere. "Charlie agitates a lot of people, but 1 don't think that has too much to do with it,** said an outsider. St. Louis Cardinals' executive Bob Kennedy. "I guess the area just can't support two teams." The A's and San Francisco Giants have two of the worst attendance records in major league baseball so far this season. "When I came out here with Thursday's Games San Francisco 1, Chicago 0 New York at Atlanta, ppd, rain Only games scheduled Friday's Games Houston (Roberts 5-6) at Chicago (Hooton 2-5) St. Louis (Gibson 3-S) at At- nta (Niekro 74). N San Diego (Spillner 2-1) at Montreal (McAnally 4-5). N Los Angeles (John 9-1) at New York (Matlack 5-3), N San Francisco (Bryant 2-6) at ·ittsburgh (Ellis 2-5). N Philadelphia (Schueler 3-6) at lincinnati (Gullett 6-3), N Between NFL And Pfoyers Association Negotiations Broken Off NEW YORK (AP) -- Negotiations between management and players of the National Football League have broken o f f , but a federal mediator indicates - in; discussion may conUn- League Leaders mnmiiiimiiiiiirniiiiHnimiiiiiiiiiiiiiinNHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniu HITS--Garr, All, 95; Garvey, Major League Leaders By The Associated Press National League BATTING (135 at bats)-- R.Smith, SIL, .373: Garr. All, .373: Gross. Hin, .337. RUNS--Wynn. LA, 49; Bonds, SF. 49: Brock. SIL, 44. RUNS BATTED IN-Garvey, LA. 53; ,Wynn, LA, 53; R.Smith, SIL. 51. HITS--Garr, All, 85; Garvey, LA. 80. DOUBLES--R.Smith. StL, 18; formal lie. It was unclear how soon formal negotiations would resume between the NFL Management Council and the Players Association. "There now will have to be some discussion away from the table." said federal mediator Jim Scearce Thursday after the bargaining ended abruptly without signs of any major progress. The NFL Management Conn cil. facing the NFLPA's" July': strike deadline," blamed the players for stagirfg "a walkout" after three days of negotiations. The NFLPA denied the charge. Scearce, deputy director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation .-Service, said he suggested 'the .talks be. recessed temporarily because of lack of results. . . "We just got to a point where productive discussion could not proceed, and it appeared to be an appropriate place to stop,*' he said. "We had a lively discussion with strong feelings, involved." The face-to-face negotiations had been tentatively scheduled--before the current impasse--to resum« Tuesday in Washington, D.C. It was uncertain whether both sides would keep that date. Scearce said the confusion about the status ot the talks was understandable. He said :he principles being debated were "awfully complicated, not simply dollars and cents is sues." The NFLPA, offering a list of 13 "freedom issues," have demanded elimination of rules that bind players to particular teams. The NFL Management Council has replied that such innovations would alter "the structure of the game" unacceptably. "Frankly, we were dis appointed," said Houston Oiler star Bill Curry, president of the NFLPA, after the halt in the negotiations. "Their response to our demands was essentially a non-response." Maddox, SF, 18; 17. TRIPLES-Garr. A.Oliver. Pfih. 6. Garvey, LA AU, HOME RUNS--Wynn, LA, 17; Schmidt, Phi, 14. STOLEN BASES--Brock, StL 40; Ceclcno. Htn.29. PITCHING (6 Decisions) -John. LA, 9-1. .901), 2.67 Rau LA. 5-1. .833, 2.51. STRIKEOUTS -- Seaver, NY, 103; Carlton, Phi. 98. American League (135 at bats)-.388; R.Jackson BATTING Carew Min, Oak, .371. RUNS--Yastrzemski. Bsn, 39; C a m p a n e r i s . Oak, 3 8 ; R.Jackson, Oak, 38. RUN'S BATTED IN'-Bur roughs, Tex, 55: Mayberry, KC 44. H I T S -- G e r e w , Min, 83; A.Johnson, Tex, 74. DOUBLES -Rudi. Oak, 21: Hcaly, KC. 15: Burroughs, Tex 15. TRIPLES-Rivers. Cal. 5; Darwin. Min. S; Campaneris Oak. 5: 7 Tied With 4. HOME RUNS -- W. Horton, Dei. 15; R.Jackson, Oak. 15 D.Allen, Chi. 13; Mayberry KC. 13: Burroughs. Tev "13 STOLEN BASES -- N o r t h, Oak .25 Patek KC 20 PITCHING (6 Decisions)-- GPerry ::. Cle 11-1 ,917 1..33 Drago. Bsn.-5-1, .833 338 STRIKEOUAS--N. Ryan. Cal, 121. Blylevcn. Min. 93. Giants Nip Chicago Cubs By 1-0 Score By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS For seven innings, the score board in Candlestick Park wasn't working, which was jus fine as far as Jim Ban- wa concerned. And for a few moments in,th' seventh inning, the Chicag Cubs weren't working too wel either, which made things eve better for t h e San Francisc pitcher. "I don't like to look at the Scoreboard when I'm in th dugout because, if 1 see who' coming up the next inning, might get worried," Barr said. But the big board was out o commission so Barr had noth ing to worry except for the fac that his teammates weren't get ting h i m - a n y runs. --;,': i Then, in the seventh, Ih Scoreboard came to life an the Cubs died. An error, a wil pitch and Gary Thomasson' single gave the Giants a r u n . I was all Barr needed, finishin with a six-hit 1-0 victory, Thursday night's only othe National League game, Ih New York Mets at A t l a n t a , wa rained out. In the lone Amen can League game, Kansas Cit beat Milwaukee 5-4. " ' John Mayberry's .'two-ni homer in the first inning- an Vada Pinson's solo shot tha started a three-run second car ried Kansas City past th Brewers. Cookie Rojas' sacrifice fl and Amos Otis' double provide the winning margin . . . bu more important, reliever Gen Garner provided the key pitch ing. G a r h e r replaced Pa Splittorff in the sixth I n n i n with three runs across and nc body out, choked off a Mi waukee rally and preserved th triumph. 71/2% We k**« a UTtep I fader** rate Savings 4 Loon Association MM. E**4Al Recovery Room's Special of Specials! Standard Sofa - Reupholstered $139.00 Complete. or Hide-A-Bed . . . Includes . . . THE FABRIC Any fabric up to 1».M per yard from any of four full line at books, iacMng Kirsch, Crave*, O.V.S., Dogwood, Midwest, Kashta . . . Heratas, l«* per cent nylm uigakydes, verVete, etc Any fabric NOT ScoikhfarM we will Scotchj«rd FREE! THE LABOR Removal rf ALL Fabric, Trm* ri Springs, rewcbbng, gUaf of Frame, repaddlBg, WMd tawb-t*, aay rifeer ·Mttaary rrpalii . . . ALL WORK HJA»ANTEED to VOUK Satirfaeti**! FK£ Pick Up md Delinrf WHMi i UH521-JJ15 3L 25 Mile MB Fiyeferillt Little, Pee Wee Loops Play Full Schedule Little and Pee Wee League action continued with a f u l l late of games played at Walker P*rk. In Little League play the Elks ;dged the Evening Lions 12-11. Rawleight Rails was the w i n - ning pitcher, with six strikeouts. Seven-Up dropped Campbell- Bell 9-4"while Greer's Abstract Dennis, IGA Claim Wins IGA and Dennis Home Furnishings took Babe Ruth base- lall victories in games played Thursday evening at Fayetteville's Industrial Park. ; IGA shelled Collier's 18-3 as Sick;-'Allred picked up the win while':f_ Eddie Osburn w charged with the loss. Darrell Strange and AHred each doubled while Robert . e h I o n d , Strange, Greg Gebhart. Allred, David Murphy, Kyle Adams and Billy Hodnett all produced singles. Gip Gibson doubled for Collier's while Gary Bowen and Skeeter T h o m a s Furnishings .opped McDonald's 17-12. Tom villas picked up the win fo Greer's. Kevin Cpker doubled Greer's w h i l e Rober Murphy and Easter doubled fo: McDonald's. T h e Fayetteville Fire department defeated Fayette ville Plumbing 11-3 in the fina game. John Speranza was th winning pitcher and Mik Stephens the loser. In Pee Wee League actio The Fayetteville Exchange Clul bounced Northwest Candy 15-1 while Hardees blanked Lori Stanlon 9-0. Boscoe Spencer picked up Ih win for Hardees while Mik Treat wes charged with th loss. Jim Little tripled for Ih ""inners. In the final Pee Wee gam First Federal raced pas Moore's Chapel 14-2. Greg Son was the winning pitcher a n Darin Bell the loser. Sone doubled lor First Federal. collected singles. Dennis Home coasted past Bason's 98; Calvin Tackett was the wjnning hurler nd Steve Xeeh the loser. /"M i k e Curtsinger. Mark tforsham. . Dennis Alto and Danny Walters all singled for 'he winners while Ty Hoskings, Jay Honeycutt fiarriman each EascHi's. and Kenny singled for Girls Softball Well Underway Fayetteville Glass and Firs National Bank claimed vietorie in girls softball action played at Asbell Field in the Pctiti League. Fayetteville Glass posted a 18-9 decision over McRo McNair. Sheryl Fizer was th winning pitcher and Myr Foster the loswer. First National dropped t h Kiwanis 12-3 as Sheryl Lashle picked up the win ahd Lis, Williams was charged with th loss. Evan Williams lit IHrtBtf e A's. I thought it would he a eal area Tor them." recalled ennedy, who was Finley's st Oakland manager and now rves as player personnel rti- :tor lor St. Louis. But despite two straight orld Series victories, the A's ,ve drawn only 179.948 f a n s to gani3s this year--a pace 5,000 behind last season. The am drew 2!fi,0flfl in eight les nn a road Irip Ehat ended ednesday night in Boston. Finley charged recently that wspapers in the Oakland- 'ancisco area hare failed to iraise the greatness ol rns ayers." But A's star Reggie Jackson i the cover of several nations lagazines recently, s a i d h e inks most writers "are nd of the ballplayers. The} st don't like the idea of a Finy championship." Columnists have criticized inley for everything from oing away w i t h Scoreboard reworks--the A's say the Oak- nd fire department ordered a op--to the unconditional re- ases given the two blonde allgirls this season. If the A's are to revive in the ttendance department, (he 13- ame homestand beginning ·might shnulri he the .start. The kids in Hie area are out ' school, a Bat Day is schcd- ed Saturday and a half-price amily Night against the merican League's Eastern Di- ision leading Boston Red Sox Jonday night. horse, and Nashville, Tcnn., were lied for second at 71. one stroke off Player's lead. Two f o r m e r PGA champions, Bobby Nichols and Kay Floyd, were in a group at 72, along with Bruce Cramplon of Aus- Iralia. Jim Colbert and rookie Barney Thomphon, Thursday's collapse of some of the finest golf names in the business astounded t h i s beautiful Westchester County community. Playing conditions seemed ideal. Then everything seemed suddenly to come apart--especially for all of Ihe favorites except Player. Several players complained t h a t they merely toucher! the pall and it shot off the green as if blown from a cannon. Top fii-.sl round scores Thursday in the 74th U.S. Open Golf Tournament on the 6,961-yard, par-70 Winged Foot Golf Club Gary Player Lou Graham Mike Reasor Jim Colbert Ray Floyd Bruce Cramplon Bohny Nichols Barney Thompson Tom Watson Rod Fmiscth Arnold Palmer John Buczck Hale Invin Jerry Heard David Graham Mark Hayes 34-36--71) 33-3S--VI 36-35-71 3()-:i6-72 35.1(7--72 37-35--72 3fi-:{fi- 72 34-38-72 35-38-73 33-40--73 37-36-73 3 !-34--73 3(i-37 7.1 36-37--73 37-3G--n 36-37--73 TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service New UMd Antenno Color · Brack while B«nitcri · Tawvri Fr« htimatn 751-7927 7S1-HW 7SI.OS7 WFL Teams Plan Scrimmage PHILADELPHIA ( A P ) 'he Philadelphia Bell and the r lorida Blazers of the new World Football League will old a controlled scrimmage aturday at Shippenshurg Slate 'ollege, according to a B e l l pokesman. He said it would be the first ·ontacl scrimmage of two WFL cams, Each team will dress ED layers, and run six series of plays with 15 plays in a series. 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