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10 · Northweit Arkansas TIMES, Friday, July 19, T974 FAYETTtVltLt, ABKAM»A1 ·iiiiiiinii nnni! iiiiiini iiiiiinini iininiininimii niniiiin^ Fishing ort By AUBREY SHEPERD TIMES Outdoor Writer · Horseshoe Bend's Report . includes M. J. Palmer of West 1 F o r k with three catfish weighing 6, 8. and 9 pounds. His trotline bait was goldfish. . Doyle Howe of Derby, Kansas, '.: got two limits of bass with the .'. largest one at 6\4 pounds, using a black plastic worm. Steve .' Hand of Rogers got a B'A pound ','.; black using a black chameleon, that five Later he 'got five more weighed from 2V4 to pounds. Everett Schoonover ' " caught a black of nearly seven " pounds. Hand took another ' , large string weighing up to four pounds using a chameleon. All the catches of larger fish have come from night fishisg " or from early morning angling. Some bass are being taken in ·" 15 to 20 feet of water during ' the day. but they are h a r d to find. Along the bluffs, where the bass hide under ledges, or on deep dropoffs along the points are good places. Ken- tuckies are schooling between 8 and 9 p.m. Water temperature is now 87 degrees. At ten [eet temperature is -still about 78 degrees. Temp, drops to 72 at ' approximately 25 feet, according to George Andreason. - Crappie are. being caught at 25 feet around the cedars. No extremely large ones have been brought in, but a few to two pounds have been reported. HICKORY Helen and Arnold Wood brought in a IVfi pound Walleye to Hickory Creek, caught on a Hellbender. A 5Vt pound black bass was caught' by Curtis Hornor, using a white Hellbender. A 4Vi pound bass was caught on a single spin by. Ray Neal of Springdale, who also got. a 6% pound blue catfish on a trotline. Sarge stays up until about midnight or so on the Hickory Creek Dock, assisting those who stop in for gasoline or supplies- for their Carrot Top (Smilhwick) lures. Joe Bolinger got a six pound jlack on a plastic worm. Roger Mhoon took 6V4 and 4V4 pound jass this week, using jig and rog. Lewis Dewitt, Springdale custom rod builder, landed an eight pound largemouth while [ishing a jig and frog. BULL SHOALS Wallace Lea of Powersite, Mo., missed'mbst' of the week's fishing while on vacation, but Bull Shoals night action seems to be picking up, with anglers using jig and 'eel, plastic worms, and top water' plugs. Wallace is back at work guiding and will take night parties for worming or jigging. SEQUOYAH Gordon Mhoon's report from Lake Sequoyah includes a twenty pound flalhead taken by who also took on goldfish, night fishing trips. The Barn Restaurant, adjacent to the Hickory Creek dock, is open until about ten p.m., serving high quality MHIard Lewis, two channels William Ratcliff caught" 12 fish- crappie and bass -- Tuesday and Wednesday, using minnows and spinner baits. Coon Cole took six channel cats averaging two pounds. John Anderson and Burt Rogers got 15 large crappie. They used jigs. Homer Crow got ten large ."."crappie. Fishing is-- exceljent;,-;fori virus time of year. The -lake is 'stjll full. . ' - . - ".,-, ....... -!,.:: CITY LAKE Everett Baker's Lake Fay- elteville report indicates fishing is good, with crappie coming in every morning. Bream are being taken on bait and small lures. A few bass are caught each day. Channel cat are easy to catch for some guys. Joe Conley took a four pound bass on a minnow. Don Thompson used top water lures to land six bass running about 2V4 pounds. Everett kept five of .the many bass he caught" on'a"top water Rebel wit' ends. Mill; Blackerd got 16 channel catfish from 2 to VA pounds. Eric Lancaster got seven catfish, using worms. Don Foley and Sid Benton got red ears and bluegills galore. G. D. Cochenour took eight channels Monday running 3 to 6 pounds. He uses Peterson, Lauda Produce Fastest Qualifying Times BRANDS HATCH,' England (AP) -- World auto championship leader Nickl Lauda of Austria and Swedish rival Ronnie Peterson shared · ' fastest lap times in Thursday's trials for the British Grand Prix. Lauda, In a Ferrari, and Peterson, in a JPS Lotus, both clocked record laps for the circuit of 1:20.6, 118.36 miles per hour. ' ' ' - · · · · The British Grand Prix Sunday is the 10th round of the world championship series as 36 drivers froni 15 nations bat- Jed for places in the maximum permitted 25-car starting grid. No fewer than 20 drivers were inside the official record of 1:23.0! and there were still two further; trial periods to come Friday to decide final qualifiers. Jody Scheckter of South Africa, in a Tyrrell Ford, was third fastest in 1:20.8, and next came British driver James Hunt, in a Hesketch Ford, in 1:21.1. A m o n g .those qualifying Thursday was an Italian worn an, Leila Lombardi. Provided she holds her place, she would become the first woman ever to compete in a British Grand Prix. with. : ; a. spipneri: o n ; both Hillard Blevlhs and Paul meals for the fisherman whose wife comes along and wants a fancy night out while he fishes. BASSMASTERS Woolworth's report this week includes the results of the N o.r t h w e s t Arkansas Bass- masters' Prairie Creek fishout held July 13 at night. Nineteen .men entered, and 54 pounds of fish were weighed in. Largest bass was caught by Jim Black. It weighed five pounds seven ounces. Black was first place winner with a ten pound 14 ounce total. Murray Lewis took second place with seven pounds 13 ounces. Bob Carnes finished third with seven pounds .eleven ounces. Gordon Davis says War Eagle is producing four of five keepers each morning for him: Gordon has his best luck on Devil's Horses. From 9:30 to 11:30 p.m. the bass are hitting worms well. The number of shad in the schools is rapidly increasing. As many as 15 bass per school may be sighted working in the shad schools. Gordon fishes nearly every morning and many ..: evenings and tries to give his customers a (resh report every day. Gary Isbell . and Bill .- Lambert, fishing near Lost 1 Bridge and using purple worms · are finding bass suspended in ' the tree tops. They are catching bass in good numbers up to · · 31$ pounds. Al Zaccanti of Fayetteville and his son are fishing Lake Sequoyah early and late , . and taking bass to 414 pounds. · They have limited out several '. times. One fisherman is taking · blacks by dropping a worm . right down off a bluff on Beaver. WAR EAGLE War Eagle Cove Resort on · Beaver Lake reports that Jay · - Taylor, new operator of "The ·.' Fork" bait shop near War Eagle Cove, and Bart Taylor . of Springdale and Mike Taylor of Burkburnotle, Texas, teamed up to cafch some big fiathead catfish, including an eighteen · pounder and a twenty pounder, while fishing near the Resort. Jay recently moved to Ar'. kansas from Missouri City, Mo. War Eagle Boat Dock's report, for this week includes 14 crappie caught trolling with !. a rebel by A. 0. White and party. Also, Mr. White took a six pound catfish while trolling. Mr. Massey and party from Texas took four blacks, while using a crappie jig. Action has been slow during the day. No gasoline is available at War Eagle Boat Dock after about eight p.m. or maybe nine. ROGERS Beaver Lake Sport Shop in Rogers, Ark., reports that Leon Edens of Fayetteville caught a TA pound black bass on a Boy Howdy lure while fishing Molder Hollow last Saturday. Jim Zerr of Rogers took a seven pound three ounce bass on a plastic worm near Rocky Branch last Sunday. Jim Black of Springdale caught a six pound largemouth from Ford's Creek while fishing a plastic worm. James McCustion of Farmington caught a six pound six . ounce black while fishing a plastic worm near Lost Bridge. Jesse Nevel of Catoosa, Oklahoma, caught a six pound 11 ounce bass near Rocky Branch on a plastic worm. Max Nail of Rogers weighed in a seven pound six ounce bass taken on a minnow from Joe's Creek. Max won the weekly fishing contest. Stripers are hitting well down near Starkey on Water Dogs trolled deep. SPRINGDALE S p r i n g d a l e Sport Shop's chicken livers. Just Another Rookie Now Running back John Cappellet- tl of Penn State, winner of the Helsman trophy 'a* college football's hest player in 1973, labors with a blocking sled at the Los Angeles R a m s ' first workout for rookies and free agents in Fuller ton, Calif.., Thursday. Cappelleltt was (be 'Rams' first draft choice. {AP Wirephoto) But Angels Are Winning Now Williams Learning THE HUT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. nzii\. TERMITES? CALL ADMIRAL PEST CONTROL Roaches, Ants, Spiden, e»e. COMMERCIAL f · RESIDENTIAL. The TIMES ti On Top of The Newt Seven Days a Week WE PAY TOP MONEY For JUNK BATTERIES Our 20th Year in Fayetteville. 442-9567 605 South School Hiway 71 South VAUGHN BATTERY OKLAHOMA Dobber's Bait Shop of Rat- Ian. Oklahoma, reports that river fishing is fantastic in the area." Dobber is fishing the Kiamichi with, good results, catching bass to four ^pounds: Frazier Creek is also-producing well. Plastic worms and some of Dobber's home-made lures are working fine. The streams are getting a bit low and are clearing up. Tracy Harmon gave the report this week. His dad, Dobber, w a s somewhere fishing. Evansvill Creek continues to clear as the water lowers, and the fishing seems "to improve. Top water lures, especially Tiny Torpedoes, are working on this stream and also on Barren Fork, another Northeast -.Oklahoma -- Northwest Arkansas stream. LAKE FRANCIS Lakeview Bait Shop of Walts, Oklahoma, has had a lot of big catfish brought in lately from Lake Francis and the Illinois River. Although the Illinois is abnormally dingy for this time of year, it is possible to catch bass from it, and the catfishing is excel! ent. FLINT CREEK Flintside Park, reports fine seem to be in- in the ride, at catches of catfish by some of its floaters. and_ campers. jOc- c a s i o n a l smallmouthl ;and spotted bass, are reported,'but most floaters terested only least on weekends. Flint Creek is beautifully clear and a few anglers are taking good fish from il. Occasionally, nice rainbow trout are caught from Flint. A good fishing spot is at the spot where Flint runs into the Illinois, adjacent to Flintside Park. CANOEING Jake's Canoe Service's report was given this week by Calvin Farley, who, said that a lot of good catfish. and carp- have been coming in from the Illinois River this week". Some folks working downstream into Lake Francis have been taking pretty good strings of bass. BLUE SPRINGS S e a r s Sporting Goods Department's report says that bass are hitting on worms in the Blue Springs area of Beaver Lake. Clarence Davis reports that from 5 p.m. till dark is the best time. He got six lo 2% pounds Sunday. After dark, the Blue Springs action off the rocky points gets slow. The hot worm right now is the red Flip- tail worm. Shrimp are working BALTIMORE (AP) -- Although the California Angels lost their first 10 games in a row under the guidance of Dick Williams, he says he never considered changing his managing style. Since ending the skid, the Angels have won five of their last six games and take a four- game -winning streak into a weekend: series against the Baltimore Orioles that opens tonight. "I don't manage by the Miami Fans MIAMI (AP) -- Miami Dolphins' .fans who. bought season seats to see Larry Csonka but who won't sit still to watch Joe Rookie . may have grounds to sue .the Super Bowl champs for fraud, according to two state officials. . "There would definitely be grounds for a suit," Asst. State Atty. Jim Barrett said Thursday in Tallahassee. "I couldn't say much about the merits of Lhe case without knowing a little more about it and there's no way of telling how the courts would look up on it." Barrett said any suit would probably be filed as a class ac- Mourning Days Set To Honor book," Williams says, "because I never found the guy who wrote it." The man who skippered Oak- and to two straight World Series championships said he likes to keep the pressure on opponents. "It's the way I've always managed and I see no reason to make a change.- Right. now, .I'm sort of feelnig my way around, finding out .what my players c a n do." - " - · , · · - · Williams said, "Eventually, I May Sue on."'"' "·There are many, many vays a ticketholder might feel efrauded, and there .are. sev- ral avenues ah attorney might ake in pursuing his client's ase," he said. "I personally hink the fan would be entitled o some relief, but there is no ;uarantee the, courts would see that way-" . Philip Montante, former chief T the consumer and fraud divi- ion of the state attorney's of- ce in Broward County, said uch a case would be without irecodetit in Florida. ' " "If the Dolphins have adver- sed in a ticket campaign. 'the uarantee, that certain players vould perform- and t'hey didn't here would be definite grounds or fans." said Montante. : "If the strike continues, you an be sure some aggressive awyer will probably test the case on behalf of some tick- Iholders and the court's action vill he very interesting." vant players who can execute he hit-and-run, the bunt-and- run and the other plays that orce the opposition to handle the ball often. The more you make the other team handle the ball, the better your chances are." ' ' He .says he prefers surprise :o playing the percentages all he time: . ' ' "I'm a gambler. When I do :he right-left switch in pitching or with -baiters, I'm trying -to force the other manager to make a move. It's more matching wits than playing percentages." Williams added he is still learning about his new team/ Softball Teams · · - · - ' . ...: ' Enter Tourney Five teams from. Fayetteville have accepted invitations to play In the men's district slow- pitch Softball tournament at Fort Smith this weekend. The five are 'Mr. Burger (1G-1), Lazenby-Frontier Real Esta'e (15-2), Whit Chevy (13-4), Georgetown and Schlitz (eacli 10-5). Thirty-three teams' from six Arkansas counties, will compete in the double T elimination . tournament..- .Besides "/.Washington,o ounties ,_ ..represented , , will ' b e Cra w ford, . E'rahklinV -Sebasti an , Logan' and~Scott. The games will foe played at Unity Field and ' Hunt's Park in Fort Smith, with t h e - f i n a i s set for Sunday at 8 p.m. The champion and runner-up will qualify for the state tournament in Pine Bluff, August 2-4. Woctlwortlv PLAZA STORE IT'S YOUR No. SPORTING NEEDS · 1 STORE FOR ALL YOUR SEE OUR COMPLETE SELECTION Dizzy Dean WIGGINS, Miss. (AP) -- The ody^j -of basebal} immortal Dean lay - i n a funeral " report Marty mentions Cooper of Mike and Springdalo, well on trotlines now. Gibson's Sporting Goods Department says that no one gave them a report on their success this week. But with lures and equipment selling \yell, someone must be catching fish. J and ,1 Sport Shop's proprietor James Hemingway says lhat he is closing e a r l y these days in order to rest up for his olher job, which is keeping him so busy that he is thinking of selling his shop. Olliverson's Trout Resort's report is slim this week because the water has fluctuated a lot. Stu and Audrey Stetson expect those who come over this weekend will find good fishing, for some of the guides have brought in fish despite the Biill Shoal's Dam openings and c!o sings. who caught limits of bass on'Dodgers. Pitcher Called Up ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) --The Pacific Coast League's winningest pitcher, Rex Hud: son, 13-3, has been called up from the Albuquerques Dukes by the parent Los Angeles , . p'artaf today for".. old fans am friends who wanted to pay lasl respects. Gov. Bill Waller declared e three-day mourning period foi Mississippi. The funeral was set for 10 a.m. Saturday ii First Baptist Church here. Jay Hanna "Dizzy" Dean, 63 died in a Reno, Nev., hospita Wednesday after a heart attack and nearly everybody (new him was unanimous abou one thing-- he lived a great life He was big league baseball' folk hero of the 1930s, then be came a memorable sports com mentalor with a cotton-picking Arkansas twang and very casu a l . grammar. Through it all. he was a hap y humorist who made hot friends and money with no ap parent effort. "He enjoyed every minule o it," 'said his nephew, P. J Dean of Springdale, Ark. "H never even had a Blue Mon day." P.J. is the son of Dizzy': brother Paul, who was knowi as Daffy back in the days whci they were a premiere brolhe act for the old St. Louis Cardi nals. The Cards won the pennant ii 1934, with "Dizzy" logging a 30 7 season. ''Daffy" won 19. I the World Series, Ole Diz wo two games, Daffy won two, an that was the championship. Dean's coffin was flown New Orleans, 80 miles to th southwest, and brought here b hearse. Even before the under taker had the scene set, ol fans were stopping by. ..Despite - h i s nickname, an the fact that his formal educa tion ended at the third grade Dean was a shrewd business man. ALL REBEL SPINNER BAITS Values to 1.89 Now 88 Each 3 TRAY WORM BOXES Reg. 2.97 $·199 Now 1 Each Now MR. TWISTER 4" and 6" Sizes Reg. 1.49 27 *i Each Shakespeare FORMULA 7 MONOFILAMENT All Sizes '/4-lb. Spool 77 Cove Resort On the Waterfront--Beaver Lake . Motel , --·-·':"··., i : . · · Boals Motors Boat Dock MR. MRS. PHIL STRIBLING Phone 751-6700 Kpringdale What Edis How* did for the' Sewing Mawjhiite-, ErvaJtWilliams didforBourbonJ Evaiv Williams SinceI7A3,Ke«taoKy's 1st Distiller Lubes and Oil Changes (Oil, too) FOP As Long As You Own the Car OP Truck All sales, new and used, during Whit Chevrolet's 5th Annual Summer Sale qualify for free lubes and oil changes every 2,000 miles for as long as you own the car or truck. Whit's Summer Sale gift could save you hundreds of dollars. If you are even thinking of buying a car or truck this year, then to be fair to yourself you must look into the large Whit inventory now. WHIT'S 5th ANNUAL SUMMER SALE Heavy-Duty and Fleet Sales Excluded 2403 North College Avenue · 442-4201 Fayetteville

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