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·mnniiimlll Aubrey Shepherd Hickory Creek Fishout Sunday The second Jackpot Fishout is scheduled for this Sunday morning at Hickory Creek on Beaver Lake. Departure time is 7:30 a.m. with return set for 4:30 p.m. Entry fee is $20 pel- boat with two persons allowed to fish from each boat. : First-place boat is to receive 50 per cent of the fees w i t h the second place boat to receive 25 per cent. The ·remaining 25 per cent goes to W a s h i n g t o n County Bass- 'riiaslers to help fund a holding tank for future bass tournaments held in this area. This tank will be ready for this fishout. - Largenioulh. smallmouth or spotted (Kentucky) bass of at least 12 inches will be counted in this tournment. The fund raising chairman will have the final say in any disagreements over rules, which are to be based generally on those of national B.A.S.S. tourneys. Entry forms are available al several area businesses. One may mail an entry to Washington County Bass Club P.O. Box 229, Fayetteville "Arkansas, or simply bring the entry fee and a filled-out forn if possible to Hickory Creek Launching Ramp by 7:00 a.m. Sunday morning. Forms will b( available there. Tournamen sponsors point out that the; "will not be responsible for anj a c c i d e n t s during tin tourament." JACKPOT I RESULTS Participating in the firs Jackpot fishout were 17 boat with 34 fishermen. First placi went to perennial winners Ma: Hogan and Murray Lewis, botl from Springdalc. These part ners weighed in 21 pounds o fish. Second place went to Jerr; Thomas and Ted Patterson both of Favettcville. Jerry an Ted brought in nine pounds nine ounces of fish. Bill Came and Joe Pierce took third plac honors with nine pounds. ; Fourth place partners w e r Harry Richey of Fayettevill and J.W. Cheatam of Lincoln who entered a stringer of ba: weighing eight pounds. Foste Holtzclaw of Fayetteville an Frank Risley of Springdal came in fifth with seve pounds, eight ounces. Larg bass of the fishout weighed 5 pounds and was caught b Jerry Thomas. Of the 45 fish entered, whic weighed G5 pounds, all bu seven fish, weighing 8% pound: were returned alive to the laki With the new holding tan available next year, for all are b a s s tournaments, it vtou, seem t h a t such catch an release figures would becom common. Too often in recen tournaments a great many fis were killed. Although the has are never wasted, it would b somewhat better to release a many as possible alive. The main value of the holdin tank is that it can be used t keep fish for a while in a ver highly aerated environmen thus giving them a chance t prove their strength and su vivabilily. If they obvious cannot survive they should filleted and used for fond ·contributed to the fisheric biologists who may wish ;study them. Either w a y , tl · holding tank 'being furnished b 16 Washington County Bass- laslers s h o u l d serve to mprove bass tournaments and iss fishing in Northwest rkansas. Tomorrow night's big event a benefit sponsored by Ducks nlimited and the newly fore d Northwest Arkansas aapter of DU. According to lapter officials, approximately 10 tickets have been sold at 25 each. Although advance cservalions are helpful, some ckets are to be available at door. In order to i n s u r e lat enough plates are prepared ofifcials request that per- ons interested in attend- ng or in simply b u y i n g ticket in order to become a ontribuling member of DU $20 goes for a tax-deductible membership in DU) call 521832 during working hours today Northwest Arkansos TIMES, Tuesday, Ot. 15, 1974 With Dramatic Win Over Rogers FHS Sophs Stay Unbeaten Elkins' John Bunch Named Player Of Week After Record Performance By GRANT HALL .TIMES Sports Editor "It was just a case of super- or coaching.' 1 So spoke Nancy Fowlkes after ler husband Whit directed the 27-20 jr Wednesday. Everyone who attends is ikely to receive some sort of ouvenir as a door prize. Some f these are quite expensive, vith items such as tic pins and uck calls being given away. r or $1 per ticket items varying n value from 50 to 100 dollars ach are to go at auction, with more expensive items expected a draw large bids from persons vho love waterfowl enough to make a large contri- Among the expensive .items re model 1100 and 850 Reming- presentation serial num- ers. Bidding on the 850 is to begin at $500 with the buyer's Fayetteville mores to a Bulldog sopho- conie-from-behind over Rogers here Monday night. Whit Fowlkes was properly appreciative, played the but he coaching down- angle. vish to jution. "Our team showed great courage tonight," he said. "We were down 20-12 at halftimc, but we came back and played great defense in the second half. That gave our offense a chance to run right at them, and that's what we did." The game could have significant psychological^ aspects for the future: the side for tailback Jimmy Luper. 'He's got his man convinced." said Fayetteville \head coach Dbyne Davis of Garner. Luper scored on an eight-yard sweep with 3:53 left in the third quarter to bring Fayetteville within two points at 20-18. Luper tied the game with an outstanding run, tagging the ground at the two-yard line before reaching the end zone for a two-point conversion. The score remained 20-20 until 4:30 remained in the game, when Luper scored on a twisting run from two yards out. Luper set up his touchdown by following Garner's block for a 44-yard gain. After that one, Davis said, "I'm not supposed to get this excited on Monday night!" Ron Hammons kicked the shotguns in models with low contribution significant b e c o m i n g enough to do couldn't believe Rogers threw the ball the way t h e y did," said Fowlkes. In the first half, Cooper completed a 10-yard touchdown pass to tight end Don Lunney, a two- rjoint conversion pass to split end Richard Birdson and a 25- yard scoring pass to D o u g Scroggs. Scroggs' Alley Oop reception came with 41 seconds left in the half, and capped at 71-yard hurry-up drive. The Mounties had also scored late in the first quarter, with Mike P e a r s o n going in from the three-yard line with 28 seconds left. Rogers had to go just 32 yards for that one, after recovering a fumble by Bullpup quarterback William Kimbrough. Earlier, Kimbrough gave LITTLE HOCK (AP) -Those skeplics who doubted the statistics compiled by John Bunch of Elkins last Friday night were right. Bunch did not gain 401 yards on 21 carries as reported. Ho netted 441 yards. "We just got through looking at the film," said Elkins Coach William Alvarez. "You wouldn't believe the way he runs, He can pick those holes out. Yellville is weak, b u t they're not that weak. They're no slouch." Bunch, a 5-foot-10, 168-pound senior, scored six touchdowns in a 53-6 victory over Yellvillc and was named The Associated Press high school Player of the Week. An official of the Arkansas Activities Association said he could not remember a 400-yard performance in Arkansas higl: school football history. Alvarez vouched for the ya lidity of the statistics, which ivere kept by a member of the Elkins School Board. QUITE A CHART Here's the way Bunch's charl looked: 70 (TO). 9,6 (TD). 20 4, 9, 56 (TD),95 (TD), 2, 6, 9, 4 lie other." Alvarez said. Other players w li o deserve mention this week: Moses Cunningkln, Bcnton cored on runs of 42, 5, 17 and 5 ards and rushed for 174 yards as the Panthers whipped Little Rock McClellan 29-20. John Perryman, Marion scored three touchdowns, oni :wo - point conversion a n d gained 160 yards on 20 carries as Marion rallied from a 21-0 halftime deficit to defeat Os something really substantial for h e cause of waterfowl preservation. An expensive d e e r hunting low by Bear, a Shakespeare trolling motor and a canoe are among the fine auction prizes. Everything is donated, allowing both the manufacturer involved and the buyer to make worthwhile contributions to DU. SPECIAL YOUTH PRICE · DU chapter organizers asked :hat fathers be reminded that boys are to be admitted for a reduced fee, making it possible 'or the young hunters to aecome acquainted with the g o o d fellowship to be found among those who spend their winter mornings in wet boots and insulated drawers in hopes of making a small wooden or plastic wind instrument sound so much like the quacking of a hen mallard that some suspicious high flyers will lose themselves in lust and fall with cupped wings into a raft of imoerfectly painted decoys. The sale of beverages at the 6:00 social hour preceding the dinner ducks, have provided a free keg of beer for the general welfare. The real winners in all this are sure to be the ducks, for as devoted as they may be in the sport, most of the men present at this a f f a i r seldom kill many birds and many do not hunt at all. Their common ground, however, is the awareness of the character and b e a u t y of waterfowl and the fear that without DU-s work to preserve Canadian wetlands for duck and goose propagation the continent's population of the noble creatures may rapidly decline. entered the game 5-0-1 while Fayetteville was 4-0-1. As juniors and seniors, they're not likely to forget who did whal to whom. "Our defense had shut out four of its first five opponents," s a i d Fayetteville assistant Larry Parnell. "H was a shock to give up 20 points in the first half, but we stopped Rogers after that. Terry Carr played his best game a t defensive tackle." The Bullpups built their trying and winning touchdown drives on the blocking of 230- pound tackle Mike Garner, who consistently cleared the right extra point for a 27-20 lead, but Rogers threatened twice before the game ended. , Dale Cooper, the Mounties' w h i p - a r m e d quarterback, quickly passed his team into Fayetteville territory. But with 2:10 left, halfback Kenny Hardman intercepted at the 10-yard line Rogers got the oan ,igain at its 47 with 33 seconds left and completed another pass. But with six seconds to play, Joe Cravens intercepted at his 31 to seal the Fayetteville victory. That the two teams could produce 47 points on a rainy night was remarkable. "I I I R 1 1 1 1 * /* 1 Fayetteville keeping for a 6-0 eight lead yards 44. 7, (TD) and 0. 15 54 (TD) 8 10 climax a 65-yard game-opening drive. The Bullpups' other first- half touchdown came on a 70- yard punt return by Charlie Duell. Even before Duell outran the last three defenders, Davis was saying, "He's a real game- breaker." Fayetteville trailed 14-12 then, as a two-point pass failed. Davis anticipated his sophs gain in the third quarter, while hey were driving for -what vould be a 71-yard scoring march. "This bunch is pretty onsistent," he said. "They :on't make a lot of mistakes." They couldn't afford to make iiiy in the second half, and they lidn't. So it's a 5-01 record hey'll take to West Fork next VIonday night. 53/4% 6Vz% 63/4% We hare * savings program and Interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetfeville Savings Loan Association 101 N. East Avenue ceola 22-21. Lurry Wallace, Pine Bluff, scored two touchdowns kicked hrce cxtrii points and rushed 18 limes for 135 yards In it 42-8 victory over E! Dorado. ENJOY! KING EDWARD one or a handful is also to profit the but chapter officials Shula Worried That Dolphins Might Not Make Playoffs Top Ten For First Time Ever : ; MIAMI (AP) -- How t h e .'·mighty are falling. » Most experts figured the ·Miami Dolphins would romp to 'a fourth straight Super Bow .'appearance this year, and perhaps even a third straight ^championship. But now Coach -Don Shula is worried that his ^team might not even make the ·playoffs. .·- Somebody forgot to tell the ·rest of the National Football ·League that the Dolphins dy- ;nasty was supposed to end not -this season but in 1975, when ^Miami loses five starters to the jut has already yielded 1,105 r ards this season. Shula doesn't place the blame vith any individual or the de- ensive strategy itself, which is he same as the past. He explained, "What we've got to slart to do is start playing the coverages." ·World Football League. It had been expected that . M i a m i would have little trouble taking another American Conference Eastern Division title. rBut the Dolphins have only a 3;2 record and trail New England ( 5 0 ) and Buffalo (4-1) in their is Shula's big- ' division. Pass defense gest worry. Miami gave up only 1,290 passing yards in 1673 Maria Bueno, 35, Makes Comeback TOKYO (AP) -- Maria Bueno of Brazil has begun her tennis comeback at the age of 35 with a victory in the $100,000 Japan Open. She and Australia picked John Newcombe ol first-place up money Monday with victories in the rain-soaked tournament. Miss Bueno defeated top-seedec Kataja Ebbinghaus of Wcsl Germany and Newcombe beat compatriot Ken Rosewall. Miss Bueno went to three sets against Miss Ebbinghaus, 3-6 6-4, 6-3, to collect the $6,000 women's first prize, and Newcombe won $15.000 for his 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 victory over the defend ing champion Rosewall. Kazuko Sawamatsu of Japan and Ann Kiyomura ot the United States defeated Kimiyo Yagawara of Japan and Janei Young of Australia to take firsl in women's doubles. The men's doubles were canceled because of rain. SHULA MIFFED Sonny Jergensen, checked for most of last Sunday's game, licked Miami apart in the closing minutes for a 20-17 Washington victory. Shula, miffed, said. "If there's anybody that should realize that anything can happen in the last two minutes, it's our team. Adding to Shula's problems are injuries to two tackles, receiver Paul. Warfield and r u n - ning back Mercury Morris, which have decimated the offense. Morris, who has missed three games, is the biggest loss since he is the the Dolphins' chief outside threat. With him side- ined, teams have jammed the middle to stop fullback Larry Csonka. Csonka. who has gained over 1.000 yards the last three years, is averaging only 3.6 yards a carry. Morris' replacements. Jim Kiick and Hubert Ginn, are getting only 2.5 and 3.5 yards a try. respectively. Shula said attitude is not a problem. He fined Csonka and Kiick $100 each for missing a team dinner Saturday night, j but said he has had fewer fines this year t h a n in previous sea- ons. i "We gotta get going." lie said Monday, looking to three straight games in the Orange Bowl. Miami has not lost at home in 25 starts. If they do not keep t h a t i record intact through these next few home games, the Dolphins have to forget about their dynasty a year ahead of lime, TUCSON, Arizona (API --' Saying simply that "it will be a real challenge to stay there," lead Coach Jim Young and his University of Arizona Wildcats have made their debut in The Associated Press college football Top Ten. The Wildcats' No. 9 ranking marked the first time in its history Arizona has ever broken into the Top Ten, while Ohio State held down the No. 1 ranking for the fourth week in a ow. Undefeated Ohio State whal- loped Wisconsin 52-7 Saturday, its fifth victory of the season, and received 5 1 first-place votes to open a commanding lead over runner-up Oklahoma. The Buckeyes received 1.160 of a possible.1,180 points from a nationwide panel of sports writers and broadcasters. Okla- and received 51 first-place votes and 1,020 points in the balloting. Last week. Ohio State led over Oklahoma by a mere 20 points and a margin of 33-24 in first-place votes. Both teams finished 2-3 respectively behind national champion Notre Dame last season. MICHIGAN THIRD Michigan climbed f r o m 'ourth place to third with one iirst-place ballot following a 21 7 triumph over Michigan State The Wolverines supplanted Ala bama, which dropped from third to fourth with one No. ' vote and 814 points in the wake of a last-minute 8-7 decision over winless Florida State. Auburn went from lOlh to fifth with an impressive 31-1? trouncing of Kentucky. The Ti gers received the other first place vote and 636 points. Rounding out the Top Ten ari Southern California, Dame. Texas AM, Notn Arizon. and North Carolina Slate. In a season of upsets, Younf and his Wildcats arc unde featcd in five games and wen 41-8 v i c t o r s Saturday ove; Utah. Last season Young took ove essentially the same team tha was 4-7 the year before, an came up with a winner -- 8 for the season -- and a tie fo the Western Athletic Confer encc championship. "We're happy to be in the op Ten for the recognition our layers receive," said Young, ho brought a quiet, mild-man- ered approach to the gridiron t the Tucson school. "It wil" e a real challenge to stay icre." Young was referring to Satur- ay's upcoming game with Oth-ranked Texas Tech, which ost its first game of the season ast Saturday, 28-7 to Texas VM. The second ten are Penn tate, Nebraska, Kansas,- Floria, Arizona State, Texas, Texas 'ech. Maryland, Miami of Ohio nd Tulane. The Top Twenty, w i t h first- lace votes in parentheses, sea- on record and total points, 'oints tabulated on basis of 208-16-14-12-10 -9-8-etc. 1. Ohio State (51) 5-0-0 1,160 2. Oklahoma (5) 4-0-0 1,020 3. Michigan (1) 5-0-0 924 4. Alabama (1) 5-0-0 814 Auburn (1) 6. So. California Basketball To Begin For Hogs The first basketball season under Arkansas Coach Eddie Sutton officially opens with the "irst practice session today. Arkansas will be returning ive starters - guards Rickey Medlock, Steve Price and Robert Birden, center Jack Schulle and forward Danny Pauley. Six · leltermen, including the starters and forward Curtis Drake, are .returning this sea- on. Arkansas opens the basketball season Nov. 30 against Rock- lurst College. 7. Notre Dame 8. Texas AM 9. Arizona 0. No. Caro. St. 1. Penn State 2. Nebraska 3. Kansas A. Florida i 5. Arizona State .6. Texas .7 Texas Tech .8. Maryland .9. Miami, 0. 20. Tulane 5-0-0 5-0-0 5-0-0 3-1-0 4-1-0 4-1-0 5-0-0 6-0-0 4-1-0 ,3-2-0 4-1-0 4-1-0 3-1-0 3-2-0 3-1-1 3-2-0 4-0-1 4-0-0 244 169 141 107 69 Others receiving votes, liste alphabetically: Arkansas, Bay or, California, Illinois, Miam ;Fla.), Missouri, Oklahoma State, Pitt, Temple, UCLA Vanderbilt, Wisconsin. Beaver Level Beaver Lake level stood today at 1118.33 feet above sea level, up .03 from Monday. Engineers report that the generators are not being used. "Actually we didn't run him to try to break a record or any thing," Alvarez said. Elkins has only 12 players on the team. The Elks had 13, bu one moved. "It's scary playing with 12,' Alvarez said. "Every time one of them hits the ground, you're scared. Our boys are real tougl physically and mentally. I've never worked a group of boys this bard before, but they understand that we have to. "We have sold them on the idea that it is the player who is goofing off that gets hurt," he said. "If we get more than two hurt in a game, we'll just make sure we have seven men on the offensive line and play \ what's left." Alvarez said Bunch's performance against Yellville had upped his-season total to 1,136 yards in six games. He said Bunch made most ol his yardage against Yellville on quick pitches although the 95- yard scoring run came on a dive play. "He hit the hole and veered outside," Alvarez said. "There were four guys w i t h an angle on him, but he outran everyone of them." Alvarez said the offense did not play well in a 15-0 loss to the Springdale junior varsity and a 28-0 defeat at the hands of Class B state champion Farmington. He said the offense had been much more ef fective said trap plays and counters had been added to th repertoire. Elkins is 3-3 for the season and Alvarez says t h e team has a chance to make the Class B playoffs as one of two "wild card" teams in the state. He considers himself and Ray Hamilton "co-coaches." They played against each other in high school and then went U school together at Lamar Uni versity. Alvarez and Hamiltor coached together for there years at junior high school ii Buna, Tex. Hamilton then ac cepted a position at Elkins an' when be learned there was an other vacancy, he called Alva rez. "Ray coaches the offense and I'm responsible for the defense but neither one of us makes a decision before we consult wit' October--National Restaurant' Month an All-Pro for the American Larry Jones Cut PHILADELPHIA .(AP) Larry Jones, · '" ~ three years in Basketball Association, has been cut by the rival-league Philadelphia 76ers. Jones averaged 10 points a game for the National Basketball Association club last year. He was (he 76ers third d r a f t pick in 1964 but jumped to ABA the following season. He returned to the 76ers at the start of the 1973-74 season. In other cuts announced Monday, the 76ers dropped center Bob Rule, whom they recently signed as a free agent. McKesson-Bexel F A L L S A L E 'A Price thru Nov. 30 ANNOUNCING THE 24th ANNUAL PERFORMANCE-TESTED BULL SALE Hereford, Angus, Polled Hereford UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS BEEF FARM Fayetteville, Arkansas OCTOBER 17, 1974 1:00 p.m. East Side of Square Tim's Pizza with Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Hrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 S. (Old Pincake Hou») 521-8486 St. 2 Johnion Rcf. Foye Itevi lie, Ark. BB BAR-B-QUE (3 Blocks South of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large and Small Groups, Too! Ph. 442-9674 11-9 Weekdays, 11-10 p.m. Fri-Sat.-Sun.--Closed Tues. Closed Mon. at 3 p.m. Venesian Inn Hwy. 68 West -- Tontilown Open 4-9 (Closed Sunday) BnnkAmerlcan] -- Master Cfcarft CHICKEN HOUSE Serving The World's Finest Fried Chicken Hwy. 71 N. Sprlngdale ftlarty Marys COACHMAN RESTAURANT 1212 N. College Colonial Village Meet your friends at the COACHMAN RESTAURANT TUBS., thru Sat., 5 p.m. til 10 p.m. Sunday, II a.m. til 3 p.m. CHINESE STEAKS SHRIMPS Open 5-J:30 P.M. Closer! Sunday Monday BOW 112 Norlh -- 412-2223 Bring the Family and Dine In Comfort at the 6:30-10:30 11:30-2:00 .. 5:00-9:00 3 kinds of meat, assorted vegetables, salads, home made pies. Restaurant Will Close 2 p.m. Sunday 2 09 There's another but there's Tennessee only one Sour Mash Whisky, George DickeL Cards Set Sosa SAN FRANCfSCO - The San Francisco Giants sent relief pitcher Elias Sosa and catcher Ken Rudolph to the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange lor catcher Marc Hill. VOTE COLLIER FOR CITY BOARD We MUST Have A Change!! We MUST NOT Have A Stacked Deck. Paid for by Collier Election Committee Carl Collier, Chairman It hurts to be as well-loved 1 ' as the other Tennessee Sour Mash Whisky and not as well-known. After all, we've been around since 1870 ... doing some things they don't. Like letting the | mash sit a day longer and \ cooling as we charcoal , i filter. The result is a [\ whisky we're confident i y you'll find just as smooth, 11 not quite as familiar, \\ a little lighter and a lot better. Dickel TENNESSEE SourTTtasTt ,, WHISKY ^ "'UK JUID ,OTT, to 0«1I © 1374 - e[OBM«. C1CIU i CO. · 8C.9 PSOOf · IMUHOMA.KNMSSH

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