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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 13

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 29, 1974
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niimifiiiinniuninnii! Aubrey Shepherd Teal Season Open September 14 ···mmilM^^ Washington County game warden John Absbier announced Tuesday that Arkansas' -1974 teal' hunting season is to begin September 14 and run through September 22. Bag limit (or this special season is four per day. Only shotguns are legal for taking ducks, and all guns used must be plugged to hold no more than three shells. Ducks may not be shot from boats ' being powered by any type · of engine. A 1974 migratory waterfowl (duck) stamp must be in the possession of any ' . person over 16 years of age who hunts teal during the September special season. Shooting hours will be from ' s u n r i s e to sunset. Tn order to insure that hunters carefully and precisely identify all ducks sighted before : shooting, no early and late shooting will be allowed. · Fines for killing ducks other than tea Muring the special " season reportedly have been high in some areas. Hunters are encouraged to obey the teal-only stipulation of the special season rules. Such special seasons may not be allowed in the future if violations ' a r e detected. Hunters should carefully study photographs and drawings of ducks, particularly silhouette drawings, to insure that they are able to identify teal. Duck identification is easiest when ducks are in close. Also, kills are ---'cleaner at close range, and fewer cripples are lost if ducks are shot only within. a range of 20 to 40 yards. Long shots are not sporting --' only stupid. SPLIT SEASON" Conventional duck seasons are to be Nov. 20 through December 7 arid December 18 through January 18. After the first day of each split -- which opens at noon -- shooting hours will be from one-half hour before sunrise to sunset. Notice, however, that the shooting hours for the special teal season are sunrise to sunset. On a recent visit to War Eagle Cove Resort on Beaver Lake, the fishing reporter and Bill Kennan saw ·s quite a few ducks, mostly ; teal. But there are some ducks other than teal ori ! ··-, Beaver; so anyone taking ;'-advantage of the special '_ season should be especially watchful. Also, the Septem- ·" ber teal season comes at '; a time when many fisher;' men will be using the lake. " . I n fact, many boaters will _ ·'' be on the water still. " ·- Mutual courtesy is important at this time. · Boaters and fishermen ought to be very watchful for hunters. Areas known to be good teal hunting areas, such as mud flats recently covered with water, should be avoided in order to leave ducks undisturbed. A person hiding in the grass or using some sort of blind -and decoys ought to be given wide berth by others using the lake. Duck hunting is one of the world's most exciting sports, but it may be practiced for only a short period each year. If a motor boat runs too near a fisherman,, his quarry may be temporarily spooked, but probably no't for the whole day. Ducks are very shy, once the season starts, and need a lot of privacy. A hunter's whole year may be spoiled by one rude boater. If anyone thinks he is doing the ducks a favor by disturbing the hunters, he should do the clucks a bigger favor and join the hunters in purchasing duck stamps to provide wetlands for duck breeding. An even more enthusiastic lover of wildfowl should contribute to Ducks Unlimited. BASS Bass tournament action for SepterrJber gets started this Sunday with the Farmington Jaycees Tournament at Hickory Creek Marina. Tournament director Don Oliver reports that enthusiasm for this event is growing, mt so far relatively few have turned in their fees. Because late entries cost more than early ones -- $30 versus $25. -- it is expected that many entries will come in on Friday -- the deadline for paying the lower fee. Information about the contest may be obtained from Don Oliver of Standard Register. Application forms may be obtained from several area businesses. One need not own a boat to enter the tournament. Those without boats are to be matched with persons bringing boats. Pairing of partners is to take place at 6 a.m. Sunday ·and cast off is to be at 7 a.m. George Bartz will be happy to supply information and application blanks to anyone who calls him at - 267-3320. Scoring for the Farmington Jaycees bass tourney will be (based on the total weight of each fisherman's catch of iblack bass -- largemouth -- more than 12 inches long. No more than the legal limit of 10 bass may be weighed in per contestant. Only artificial lures may be used for bait in this contest. Regatta Set For Weekend At Rocky Branch The Beaver Lake Sailing Club will sponsor a three-race regatta at Rocky Branch Public Use Area over the Labor Day weekend. There will be one division for cruising class boats and anotber [or centerboard boats, with trophies for each. Tbe first race will begin Sun- to follow. The tbird race w i l l begin at 10 a.m.. Monday. No entry tee will be charged. Those wishing additional in formation may call James Dunn at 521-1768. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thurs., Aug. 29, T974 AYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS The upper White River produced these cattish weighing Z8, 35, 35 and 35 pounds for Dick Dyer (left) and Red Willow Cats Dyer, Branch minnows fished on cotfon trotlines did the trick last Saturday night. The night before, the Dyers took three catfish .weighing a total of 75 pounds. Simonini Likes Aggies And Then The Razorbaoks Bulldogs Set For Scrimmage Fayettevillo Coach Doyni Davis said today that thi Bulldogs will scrimmage a H a r m o n Playifeld tomorrow night. The sophomores will begii the practice at 7:30, followe by the varsity at 8:30. Davis said no admissio would be charged, but that do nations may he made to th athletic department. '· 13 ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS BUFFET Both Noon and Evening Bring the famllyl Child's Plate Only $1.35. We have three private dining rooms that will accommodate up to 350 people. Buffet Noon and Evening RC3.U.S.PAT-W- C a l l A M I E STONE For Reservations 443-4323 HIGHWAY 71 NORTH 443-4323 COLLEGE STATION, Tex.' (AP) -- If manual labor has anything to do with it, Texas AM linebacker Ed Simonini should move up from second team Associated Press linebacker to the first team this year. The 6-foot, 205-pound Simonini spent the summer on the operating end of a jackhammer breaking up concrete slabs. That was between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. After work, he wheeled over to the training room to lift some weights until 5:30 p.m. then ran in 100-degree neat around Kyle Field. By sundown he was ready for the sack. "That's why we will have a better team this year," said the junior from Las Vegas, Nev. "We have been working hard all summer." Simonini said "Our p e o p l e are working because they believe they have something to work for . . . something to look forward to." He feels confident that the Aggies will be in the 'Cotton Bowl in January. "That will be much nicer than last New Year's day," Simonini said. "My car ran out of gas at 2 a.m. in a snowstorm n Arizona. I almost froze to death before I found some gas." Simonini said the mental aspect of football crippled the Doling Aggies to a certain cx- .ent last year. "We will be better this year." he said. "The mental p a r t of the game, is a worry. That's the way games are won and lost." However, he added a team must own the physicial talent to stay with a power like Texas. "You have to heat Texas physically," he said. "That's how Oklahoma beats e'm. 'BLEW OUR COOL* "We really blew our itie other than AM it would be Arkansas. "Arkansas has a good win ning tradition like Texas and some real good players coming back," Simonini said. Simonini said "The difference in Texas AM this year is that we will have a good poised team that won't get shook. I've been working hard to make up for my mistakes last year. I missed at least one tackle in almost every game. I don't want to miss a tackle this year. . "Texas doesn't have the edge anymore. We have'that pounded into our heads every day." The way Simonini sees it the ORDER FORM FAYETTEVILLE BULLDOG TICKETS Nome. Street. State. verbal coaches pounding beats the from the ringing of that jackhammer at a paltry S3.00 an hour. cool against Texas last year. We fumbled the snap on the first down and it just set the stage for the rest of the day (42-13)." Simonini said if he had to pick team to win the SWC Pitt Expecting Big Things After 6-5-1 Season In 1973 Tickets Already Sold Out For UA-Southern Gal Game 'By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , · Pitt rejoiced last year in its 'first winning season--fi-5-1--in a "decade, but the Panthers are expecting much more this time, 'even though the schedule fea- ·tures the likes of Notre Dame, "Southern Cal and Penn State. .Coach Johnny Majors, who was named Coach of the Year by the Football Writers Association of America, has his top runner back--Tony Dorsett, who romped for 1,586 yards and became the first freshman in 29 years to make The AP's All- American team. Returning with Dorsett are 14 other regulars, including starters at all the skill positions. The offensive line and the receiving corps could use some b o l s t e r i n g , h u t 255-pound middle guard Gary Hurley heads eight returning defensive veterans. The key man at West Virginia is junior quarterback Ben Williams, who must get the bal" to the Mountaineers' superb wide receivers, Danny Buggs and Marshall Mills. If he does a total of 17 returning starters should make the hills of West Virginia a happy place. NEW COACH Army has a new coach am all Homer Smith must do is bring the Cadets back from an 0-10 record, their worst ever The task of directing Smith's wishbone offense will fall to ei ther converted running back Greg McGlasker or convertec defensive back Scott Gillogly neither of whom has much ex lerience at the job. Navy won the Commander-In- 'hief's Trophy last season by ·outing Army and Air Force. The Middies' strength will be he defense since the offense must be rebuilt, except for ·ecord-breaking tailback Cleveand Cooper and winigback Ike Owens. Dartmouth made off with 1973 Ivy laurels in what was supposed to be a rebuilding season. The Big Green should 36 in the thick of things again, with quarterback Tom Snicken- lerger and split end Tom Fleming easing the loss of 12 starters. Yale's Wishbone should pile up yardage on the ground with 250-pound tackle Al Moras LITTLE KOCK (AP) -- Arkansas' Sept. 14 football game with Southern Cal was a sellout Wednesday. The last 2,800 of the end zone seats left over from the advance sale by mail disappeared quickly as the over-the-counter sale began at War Memorial Stadium's two windows. "The student ticket sale hasn't been completed," ticket manager Vera Moody said at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, "but my guess is that they (the students) will take all of their allotment." Stadium manager Howard Pearce said. "We could have sold 3,000 more USC tickets on the spot if we'd had them today." The lines to the two ticket windows stretched 200 yards or more much of the day, and police had to be called to handle the traffic jam at the major entrance to the stadium grounds. "We had six people working at the windows, and all of us missed lunch," said Pearce. "We sold $17.000 worth of tickets." TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service New Used Antenna* Color · Black White Boosters · Towers Free Estimates 751-7927 751-84M 751-0257 Number Reserved Seat Season Tickets $15.00 Each Season Tickets $10.00 Each Student Season Tickets $5.00 Each Complete and Return with your Check Payable to F.H.S. Athletic Department. . . .to FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN P. O. Box 4217 Fayetteville, Ark. clearing the reen, the way Ivy's for Rudy top 1973 ground-gainer. The key man is quarterback Tom Doyle, who must perk up his passing. Harvard is looking to lefty passer Milt Holt, the new No. 1 signalealler, to get the ball to towering 6-foot-7 split end Pat Mclnally. The rest of the backfield returns intact. Brown, a contender for the first time in ages, returns 13 starters plus accurate placekicker Jose Violante. Beaver Level The Beaver Lake level stood at 1116.11 Thursday down .17 f r o m Wednesday's 116.28. Engineers at the dam site report that the generators are not currently in use. The Farmer's Daughter invites you to have a great holiday weekend right here at home. Friday. night ·order from our fine menu. 5:30 to 10. Saturday night--journey with us to England on our Gourmet night -- one seating 7:30. Sunday noon -- down home cooking with ail the trimmings 11:30-2. You can come all three times and never eat the same thing twice. Relax and leave the cooking to us. Located on Johnson Rd. between Township and the Bypass. 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U.S. auto- Add J4 for 8 cyl. cars -Add $2 for air-cond. autos LUBE AND OIL CHANGE · Transmission, differential oil check · Complete chassis lube · Price includes oil and labor · Please phone for an appointment Limit 5 qts. of oil per customer. FRONT-END A£SMNT *|Q95 · Front-end inspection · Camber, caster, and toe-in set, Most U.S., some foreign cats-plus parts if needed. 104 N. East · Foyettevillo * 442-4222 £ Mon. thru Frl. 8:00-5:00-Sat. 8-4

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