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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Fishing Report Yankees Blank Orioles, Gain AL East Cushion By AUBREY SHEPHERD TIMES Outdoor Writer Lake .Fayetteville fishing some coves. Bream fishing Is best on Lake Elmdale with crickets. Mr. and Mrs. Earl ,, '* Sherry reported two days' good. Grover Cochenour caught catches of 26 and 28 nice bream Time catfish up lo 4'/a pounds, at Elmdale on crickets. ' Crappie and bream are still BULL SHOALS' Highway 125 biting well. The lake is not Boat Dock reports that top- going to open any mor« on water lures and Rebel, Redfin, Friday nights this year. But bails are working well early tverett Bakeer says that it will an d late. At night jib and frog, be open on Saturday nights as twin spin, and plastic worms tong as the weather permits, arc working for bass, mostly One should call and find out smallmouths with a few blacks, about night fishing it interested. Most are being taken on points Bill Kennan and the fishirrg ranging from shallow gravel to reporter took five bass at Lake deep rock ledges. Overall Fayetteville one afternoon last fishing is good with size of fish week, using Little N and Super relatively small. Best fish for the week was By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bill Virdon isn't claiming the pennant and the New York Yankees' three rivals in th torrid American League East aren't conceding it. "I don't feel any different than when we were tied for first place last week," the Yankee pilot said Thursday night following a 3-0 victory over the Baltimore Orioles which left New York 2% games up on the Boston Red Sox, three ahead of Baltimore and six in front of the Cleveland Indians. "Next week it's be nice to put together an eight-or nine- game winning streak." said Baltimore Manager Earl Weav- R Lake Sequoyah fishing been slow but should be ..... .. four pound two nas ounce smallmouth taken by im- Wayne Davis of Springfield, Mis- proving. The water is clearing s o u r j u s j n g a 4'/i inch Rebel nicely and surface temperature w jt n s j| ver s j[j es an d a black is near 72 degrees. A few good back catfish and bass were brought Woolworth's Gordon Dasiv er. "Let's see four here against that'll be Cleveland, Rangers 2, White Sox Z Ken Henderson's 18th home run gave Chicago a 2-2 lie in the sixth inning moments before a heavy downpour halted the game. Tigers 9, Brewers 7 Tom Veryzer belted his first major league homer with a man aboard in the 10th inning and relief ace John Killer notched a record-breaking I7th victory for the Tigers. Veryzer connected off Tom Murphy. Hiller, 17-10, broke the Amer- can League record of 16 victories by a reliever, set by Bos on's Dick Radatz in 1964. Pitts lurgh's EIRoy Face holds the maior league mark with 18 in 1959. The Red Sox, who dropped three gams in a in this week. says that Larry Woodall WED1NGTON Lake fishing is and his father-in-law visited slow. One m,an caught.20 bream DeGray Lake and caught limits and three catfish at night. He O f f, ass two days in a row, most was using earthworms for bait. Dass j n the two to three pound The water is clear. Squirrel daj,; w ith some up to four and hunters are reminded that hunt- one-half pounds, ing is allowed across the road They used Zorro Aggravators from the lake but not on the j n white and chartreuse. Parker lake side of the highway. Woods of Springdale caught ten Hunters and campers are asked black bass from two lo 3Vi to be careful with fire in the pounds using Boy Howdy. Law- forcst. · rence Main took a limit of bass ROCKY BRANCH marina re- weighing two to three pounds ports that Charley Minor and asing Boy Howdy. Lavern Holli- Bryant Smith caught 11 black fj e id o f Rogers and Keith Cear- bass Sunday using Carrot Top ] ey 0 [ Fayetteville fishing out lures. The bass are schooling. 0 , Rocky Branch got fifteen WAR EAGLE COVE Resort blacks from one to 2'A pounds. _ reports that ,1. D. Williams of They uscd p ] a stic worms. John Little Rock caught a while bass G r e e n l e e of Fayetteville, of about Ihree pounds. Most fish fj s hing out of Hickory Creek, spem to be moving in shallow, e j gn t, bass lo three pounds. including some crappie at about j 0 h n used chartreuse Arkie nine feet. s p i n n e r s with chartreuse PRAIRIE Creek Marina says blades. that black bass are being taken Kearney Company's monthly three in New York and two in Boston." had row and 11 of Iheir lasl 13, nipped Cleveland 3-2 as Bill Lee scattered 10 hits and Dick McAulilfe drove in the winning run with a sacriice fly in the eighth inning. Cleveland Manager Ken As- promonle said that the loss was not, a crucial one in the Indians' pennant hopes. "I don't see how it could be," he said. "We'd like to win it, but it's Just another game on Ihe road to Ihe top. 1 .' Unbeaten Mike Wallace, pulled out of the Yankees' bullpen for his first AL start after 20 relief appearances, pitched three-hit bal llor 7% innings and ran his record lo 6-0 wilh help from Dick Tidrow. Red Sox 3, Indian! 2 The Red Sox scored the winning run in the eighth on Carl Yastrzemski's double off Jim Perry, a sacrifice and Dick McAuliffe's sacriice fly off Tom Buskey. Tiger Jayvees Blank Cardinals PRAIRIE GROVE -- Charley Morclon's Prairie Grove junior varsity gave Karmington backers a Jolt this week by defeating the Cardinal jayvces 22-0. Eric Kamer led Ihc Tiger attack with 174 yards rushing in 10 carries. Brad Wctzol was the top defender with 10 unassisted tackles and six assists. Morelon credited the Prairie Grove offensive line'with doing "an outstanding job." / In a preliminary contest, the Norrhwwt Arlcantot TIMES, Friday, S«p4. T3, 1974 '·' FAYITTEVILLI, AKKAMIA* .11 Farmington blanked their counterparts 12-0. seventh-graders Prairie Grove Wightman Cup Captain LONDON - Virginia Wade, Brilian's top woman tennis player, was named captain o! the nation's Wightman Cup team. on worms. Both blacks and fj s hout had Jim Dillard and whiles are " · - anglers are schooling. Some Howard Boyd winning with ele- taking stripers, ven pounds and eight ounces, blacks and whites in the same A total of over 34 pounds were schools. The water surface caught in team competition, temperature is 73 now. Dillard had the largest bass at HORSESHOE BEND reports 2/t pounds. Most bass were 73 to 74 degree surface tern- caught on single spins and top- perature. Larry Smith took wa t er plugs. Only six boats eight bass up to 2/i pounds at, entered, for the group's small- a Super R and a Whirly Bird. e st turnout. Murray Lewis says Steve Hand using Super R and that White River is muddy a plastic worm took six bass down to 68 bridge. War Eagle up to three pounds. Charlie j s mu ddy down to natural side- Fester of Rogers caught six w alk bass up to Vk. pounds on a THE FORK'S Bait Shop's Jay Rebel; 'Al Walton of Carthage, Taylor took quite a few catfish Missouri, limited out on crappie ^; s wec i(. including a 28 poun- and whites wing jigs. Gone rf er . ,j a y caught a six pound Lawrence of Rogers caught a 13 ounc e black bass last week limit of crappie and a five-Dn a super R. Jay keeps the pound channel catfish on fishermen in the War Eagle minnows. E. .1. Grady used an area supplied with minnows, Abu Spinner to take eight white groceries and fishing supplies, bass. Trevor Gearhart caught Northwest Arkansas Bass- four black bass up to 2'A masters are planning an open pounds. George Andreason took tournament for October 27. eight bass up to 3'/i pounds They are to hold for drawing for using a Super R and a worm, an Ambassedeur SOOOc Reel and Bass are supended at all levels. a Fcnwick rod. Those submitting George says one should try to entries are expected to make find fish in relatively shallow one dollar donations, water. From six to seven every DUCKS Unlimited is to have morning is a good time. a banquet Wednesday. Octo- Medium to fast retrieve on the her Ifi at the Elks Lodge. Mem- crank baits is good now. bership in DU is $20 (tax WAR EAGLE Boat Dock re- deductible) and the dinner is ports surface temperature at 74 $5 f n r a total donation of $25. Sal A's Z, Twins 1 Bandd's sacriice fly delivered Bill North in the eighth inning with the tie-breaking un. Oakland's Ken Holtzman pitched scoreless ball after allowing Minnesota a run in the first on Larry Hisle's triple and Bobby Darwin's single. degrees. On Sept. Harriman and Mike 4, Bell Tom Auctions took elude and door prizes in- shotgun, ammunition, limits of black bass, including decoys, motorbike, and water- a four pounder for Harriman. fowl prints. Drakes only. Tic- They used single spins. Mpsl kets are available at Wool- fishermen are bringing in one worth's and at other area busi- or two fish. Pressure has been nesses, light this week. The water is BASS BUDDY TOURNAMENT McKay Speaks Of Haden In Glowing Terms BY HARRY KING LITTLE ROCK (AP) -Southern Cal Coach John McKay sounds like King Kong's trainer when asked about quarterback Pat Haden. What does King Kong do on his birthday? Anything he wants. How good is Haden? "Haden will have as good » year as we let him have," McKay said. Haden completed 13V of 247 passes 56 per cent--for 1,823 yards and 13 louch'd»wns. "He's a super plajier - . . the greatest passer I've ever seen," Haden said. "I thought about as clear as it ever gels, Number wiih two or three feet of visi- Beaver bility. Marina Five is to be held on Lake at Prairie Creek this Sunday morning SPRINGDALE Sport Shop re- Late entries should be given to ports that Tom and Mike Greg Copeland of Fayetteville, Cooper took 14 blacks to four the fishing reporter if you can pounds. Also they took 15 whites catch him, or Springdale Sport in three pounds. They were cathc him, or Sprinigdale Sport fishing with Hot Spots. Bill Shop no later than noon McGinnis and Tom Cooper took Saturday. No more entries he should last year, have and passed he will more pass Gay Blades should be mailed to Little Rock. The top five sets of 'buddies 37 white bass on and Hot Spots. WILD CARD Sport Shop lists in this 'week's event are to be the following baits as big sellers contestants in the October finals this week: Pinfish by Bomber, for the title of Mr. Bass of Ar- Metal-billed Humpback Rebel, kansas. Mr. Bass is to receive chartreuse spinner baits, bright- many prizes, including J1000 in c o l o r e d two-tone worms, qash and a boat. First place Schooling fish have been caught money for Sunday's Bass Buddy on pearl Fliptail Flirt and Number Five is to be at least Rooster Tail. Bass seem to be $200, depending on the number shallow and in the backs of of entries. Hogs Hope To Discipline Southern Gal's Defense LITTL EROCK (AP) -- The University of Arkansas football team wants to put a little discipline in the Southern California defense. Instead of a paddle, the Razorbacks will use a wishbone. "The wishbone could be a help against the great defensive talent they have," said Mervui Johnson, the Razorbacks' offensive coordinator. "The deception involved with the wishbone -- the triple option may make those great athletes play a little more predictable. "It's going to be better than pitching the ball to someone and letting that defense run like a bunch of deer." Johnson said. "The wishbone type de- sound nongambling type defense." Arkansas, No. ern Cal, No. 5, "Formations are formations," he said. "This is a people game. If they have the right people at the right lime, they're going to win." The last six wishbone teams that faced USC scored a total 40 points against the Trojans. McKay said there was no secret. QUICK DEFENSE 20 and South- meet Saturday night at Little Rock. USC is coming off a 9-2-1 season that included a 42-21 loss to Ohio State in the Rose Bowl. It was the Trojans' sixth trip to the Rose Bowl in the last eight McKay had said years. Coach John he believed the Trojans had a chance to win every game they "If I think we're going to have a real good learn, I'll say so," he said. "And I think will this year." He has since toned down his outlook 'because of injuries to the offensive line. McKay said he was "The defense we went lo several years which is a three-man line and four linebackers is based on quickness. It really isn't a big defensive team. We think if you're quick on the out- Henderson side, it's hard to get out there. College 17-7 If you're not and you make a block on the outside man, you're off and running and we don't like to see anybody off and running." Johnson said the wishbone ceeps a defender's attention because of the triple option. "Anytime you snap the ball, it may belong to he fullback," iie said. "If you sack it up, the quarterback can keep it outside on his own or pitch." He pointed out, however, that Southern Cal has the defensive talent (o "play pretty well against any kind of offense." Potentially, Johnson said, Arkansas has the offensive lineman to block effectively. more this year." Haden's arm will be on display Saturday night at Little Rock against the University of Arkansas. It will be strength against strength. Arkansas 1 strong point is defense and the secondary--with eight returning lettermen-should be extremely stout. USC has excellent receivers tight end Jim Obradovich, flanker Shelton Diggs and split end John McKay, the coach's on. If the passing game falters, USC will turn to tailback Anthony Davis. McKay says Davis, who has gained 2.303 rushing in two seasons, has lost some weight this year and will be more effective than in 1973. The outcome appears to hinge on how well Arkansas moves the football against USC. The IJazorbacks will operate from a wishbone and Coach Frank Broyles maintains that quarterbacks Mark Miller and Scott Bull are both starters. Also in the starting backfieid are Ike Forte, Barnabus White and Marsh White. This is Arkansas' third and final shot at USC. The first two misfired. Razorback fans were almost satisfied by last year's 17-0 loss to USC. They won't be so easy lo please this time around. USC H, ARKANSAS 10. Henderson, the favorite in Ihe Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference race, opens its season Saturday along with two other conference teams. Henderson takes on Mississippi College Saturday after- beat last Mississippi year. That what formation Arkansas tut said It didn't matter. uses, 7. sounds about right again. H E N D E R S O N 17, MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE 7. Ouachita and the University of Arkansas-Monticello also open their seasons Saturday. OUACHITA 13, MCMURRAY ' UA-MONTICELLO 10, TRIM- ITY 8. Two other AIC teams shoot for 2-0 this week. Harding is at Northeast Missouri and Southern State is home, against Livingston, Ala. HARDING 14, NORTHEAST MISSOURI S. SOUTHERN STATE 17, LIVINGSTON 14. Wild Card Sport Shop The Fishing Store Crickets, Minnows, Goldfish, Worms Hwy 71 No. Springdale Th* b«it in fishing lure* F^H it tastes ffl expensive ...and is. Ms.de from an original old style sour muh recipe by BillSamuels, /ourthgeiw ration Kentucky Distiller. MtJurt kkik (Mil lr g, loiwo, Ky. 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