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* Northwest Arkansoj TIMES, Friday, Oct. 18, 1974 FAYITTEVILLI, ARKANIAS Bllllinilllllill^^^ Fishing Report SlLfflSffl!iWi!H^^ Emotions Will Run High For Texas Game LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Arkansas defensive end Ivan Jordan put the Arkansas-Texas New Orleans Not Too Jazzy By AUBREY SHEPHERD TIMES Outdoor Writer V, West Fayetteville's Howard · lludgens found some good- '· "sized crappie in shallow water last Saturday evening and 'brought in 10 keepers. A trip to Vermont and New 'Hampshire provided Roy "Faubus an opportunity to do "some perch fishing. This does :^ot mean fishing for crappie, "bluegills or green sunfish as it does here. In the north -there is a fish called perch and it is a large, fine-eating ' ··fish, which looks more like ' "a bass than a bream. Roy "found the natives using hand- lines, but he worked out a method of using a spin-cast rod and reel effectively and caught a lot of the perch. . - L O U I S I A N A n a t i v e Raymond Rogers Is geting · into the Northwest Arkansas 'outdoor action lately by '·floating the War Eagle Creek and by squirrel hunting near Brcnlwood. He managed to ··take some fish and squirrel · along the way. .," DEER are legal game for 'archers now, but few reports ol kills have come in. Stan- 'dley Grocery in Brentwood ·reports that no deer kills have "been reported so far. but the store is an official check station. . FREEWAY Service Station "in Fayetteville reports thai Bobby Stewart of Fayetteville used a bow and arrow to take a small buck with nub horns October 3. S 0 N 0 R A Grocery has · checked in one deer so far. David Sizemore of Springdale killed a small -buck with spikes-on October 5. . WEST FORK Gulf Station has not received any deer kill reports so f a r . A check station is also reportedly in operation in Winslow, but so " : far no reports have come . from it. -"FAYETTEVILLE L a k e ' s fishing remains good this week, with Charles Mnllins "Catching a bass weighing over five pounds this week. Don ·Johnson and his son Brian ·using jigs and minnows caught 35 crappie Sunday. "D o n Johnson and Bill ^eatherford took an icebox full of crappie on Tuesday. The bream and catfish are "still biting well. V" NIMROD Lake south of Russellville produced about ' 100 bass Sunday for L a r r y ·J3arnes and Mike Bell. They -fished from about eight a.m. ' "to six p.m. They culled a limit between 2'/2 and 5'/i ' "pounds. They released good 'fish and lost big ones. Rattle : crank banks did the trick.' Rebel Super R and Humpback "lores worked well. The water was stained and the fish were shallow, most at around three 1 feet. The Super R dragged over the points worked well. . 'FORK'S Bait Shop's Jay -Taylor took a 20 pound striper this week. . '.:' DUCK'S U n l i m i t e d ' s ."Wednesday night banquet was "'a smashing success, with the .many auction items producing ' a" great deal of money for the worthy cause of wildlife habitat preservation. Top .money for the evening went Tfor a commemorative model Tsholgun. The Remington 870 ;Wingmaster sold for $1000. ;Carl Kcndrick of Fayetteville ·was the generous buyer. . SPRINGDALE Sport Shop's -Bill McGunnis says that ^Curtis Olson caught 17 bass, some white and some black, Up to three pounds on Pinfish. Bob Lynch took a (lathead catfish of nearly 24 pounds, Garland V i 11 i n e s got a limit of b l a c k bass to nearly six pounds. Alvin and David Reynolds got sixteen white bass. McGinnis an d Tom Cooper got four whites and four blacks on jigs. Ray Tripp of Springdale killed a four-point buck with a bow and arrow on October 1. . HICKORY Creek Marina reports continued topwater activity w i t h few fishermen out this week. Various lures are working to some extent. . P R A I R I E Creek's Cal Banning says a few fish are being caught. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fisher of Collinsville, 111., took four nice black bass. A largo party of anglers from St. Louis took a lot of bass this week. Water surface temperature is about 68. Quite a few channel catfish are being caught from the fishing dock at night. Rabbit liver is the best bait. WOOLWORTH'S G o r d o n Davis says that Douglas Mhoon o[ Fayetleville and Eulie Mhoon caught a lot of fish and kept six blacks which they took on Racket Shad. Roger Spencer -took eight -bass up to S'/i pounds. He fished up the river. Rick Hutton has been taking a lot of small bass. The water color is good. Some geese a r e on Beaver now. Gordon Davis says that he needs a fishing buddy and roommate. He offers use of scries in perspective: "It doesn't really make any difference whether you win or lose the week before the Texas game, because no matter what, it is still the Texas game." For the first time in the history of Arkansas vs. Texas, each team lias a Southwest Conference 1 b s s. No team has ever won a SWC title with two losses. "Whoever loses this week is pretty much assured of being out of the race," said Texas Coach Darrell Royal. "Whoever loses has a problem the rest ol the season. Two times up anc :hree times down: everybody knows that's the way you drown. We've both already used two times up." Texas is 0-1 in the SWC, losing three weeks a g o - t o Texas Tech '26-3;' Arkansas won its conference opener against TCU 49-0 and then was upset by Baylor, 21-17, last week, after rallying from a 14-0 deficit. In the previous 16 meeting, between the Arkansas team o Frank Broyles and the Texa teams of Darrell Royal, the winner has gone to the Cotton Bowl 12 times. In 1971, Arkansas beat Texas 31-7, but the Longhorns wound up In Dallas on Jan. 1. . Arkansas.' offensive and defensive allignments are the same Texas saw last week In a 16-13 loss to second-ranked Oklahoma. Royal said the advan- age' does not necessarily be- ong to Texas. "Arkansas has that film and las a full week to see what we did," he said. "It's six of one and half dozen of another. It NBA Opens 29ffi Season By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS There won't by any Mardi ras type celebrations for the tew Orleans Jam yet. The Jazz' debut in the Na- ional Basketball Association ras not a rousing success. In act, it was a dismal and disappointing 89-74 loss to the New York Knicks Thursday night when the NBA began its 29lh eason. But, coaches Red llolzman ol New York and Scolty Robertson of New Orleans agreed that the Jazz will soon be marching to a different tune. "I think they will be a good ball club," offered Holzman. They will be better when they get everybody back," fie added, referring to absentees Neat Walk, John Block, Rick Roberson and Mel Counts, all sidelined with injuries, "It's awful tough to compete when you're missing guys liku that," the Knicks 1 coach continued. "But they have good guards, like (Pete) Maravlch, (Stu) Lantz and (Jim) Burnett. But Ohio State Huge Favorite Corso Has Faith In 1-4 Indiana By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS , Lee ' Corso believes his Indiana team, a 44-point college football underdog Saturday against Ohio Stale, has a chance of upsetting the top- ranked Buckeyes. "I wouldn't be much of a football coach if I didn't think we could beat them," said Corso, whose Hoosiers match a 1-4 over-all record against Ohio Slate's 5-0 mark in the Big Ten game. But Coi'so admitted it will take a perfect set of circum- mstances for visiting Indiana o gain a surprise victory in Co- umbus, Ohio. "We will have to play a game 'ith and enthusiasm," he not let Ohio State fishing instructions and every- night dancing. . HORSESHOE Bend Marina reports that Al Jones of Fayelteville got five black bass up to two pounds on a spinner bait. Lew Grimes of Kansas City got eight bass one day and nine another day while fishing with a Rebel Super E. Larry Smith of Rogers used a Super R to take four blacks up to 2'/4 pounds. Steve Hand used a Bass Magic and a plastic worm to land five bass to 2% pounds. Each of the f o l l o w i n g catches came between 6:00 and 7:30 on each m o r n i n g : Saturday five, Tuesday eight, Wednesday seven, , Thursday eight. All these hit surface lures fished by George Andreason. AH hit in very shallow water, mostly less than knee deep. Mike Holloway of Rogers and Burl Griggs of Claremore, Okla., got eleven catfish between two pounds and seven pounds two ounces. Mrs. J.B. Stedman ,of. Bentonville used minnows' to attract six crappie up to nearly two pounds, plus a two pound black bass. She fished in the cedars at a depth of 12 to 15 feet. Ivan Ellis of Rogers fished minnows to take five crappie at a similar depth. Bass are doing best on brushy or grassy shoreline early in the morning. . OLLIVERSON'S T r o u t Resort below Bull Shoals Dam reports a 5Va and a 6'^ pound trout this week. Leonard Schroder and Bill Brown took these on Countdown Rapalas. These fellows fish there a lot, driving down from Illinois. The river is r u n n i n g pretty high. Everybody fishing seems to be getting a limit now. Ar- tificails are working well. . WILD Card Sport Shop · says that crappie are biting. depends on which coach you're talking to." Both teams have been bothered by injuries, but Arkansas may be in worse shape. Texas can be expected to test the vulnerability of Arkansas' nose- man and tackles. Earl Campbell, excells running inside. Arkansas figures to have to throw the football to move against Texas and the Razbor- backs have been far from overwhelming through the air this year. Araknsas' defense will s h o w far more emotion than it die against Baylor. TEXAS 14, ARKANSAS 10. Arkansas State University, 2 1 for the season, tries to even its Southland.Conference recorc at 1-1 Saturday against Lamar at Jonesboro. Lamar defeated Drake, North Texas State and Southwes' Louisiana before losing to MiS' sissippi State 37-21 last week. ASU will remember Lamar quarterback Bobby Flores. Thi Indians led Lamar 7-3 last yea at Beaumont entering the fina quarter, but Flofes threw an 11-yard touchdown pass and the Cardinals won 10-7. ASU 19, LAMAR 17. said, upset s, take our poise away." Corso said it would take ess than average Ohio ; .Stale erformance for the Buckeyes o lose (or the first time in 17 jmes. In other key games Saturday, 's No. 2 Oklahoma at Cplora- p; No. 3 Michigan at Wiscon- in; No. 4 Alabama at Tenessee; Georgia Tech at No. 5 Uiburn; No. 6 Southern Califor- ia at Oregon; Army at No. 7 v'olre Dame; Texas Christian t No. 8 Texas AM; No. 9 Ari ona at No. 17 Texas Tech; anc Vo. 10 North Carolina Stale al Berryville Stops Wesf Fork WEST FORK--The Berryvill junior high Bobcats claimed ; 16-0 District 1-A victory ove West Fork here Thursday night After a scoreless first perioc Berryville halfback Paul Whit scored the first touchdown o a 45-yard run generated by th Wishbone option. The two-poin conversion came on a pas from Joe Littrell to end Kevi Rebel-. Then with 2:06 left in th ;ame Berryville fullback Ken rlussey dived over fr o m th two. Quarterback Littrell ra the two-pointer for the final 16 tally. The win aided Berryville t a 3-4 season mark and dropped West Fork to 2-5. Next week West Fork tests Decalur in a non-conference game. torth Carolina. The Buckeyes share a Big Ten Conference - leading 2-0 ·ecord with Michigan and II- inois. Indiana ijs 1-1 In the Big fen. Woody Hayes admits getting the Buckeyes ready lor Indiana may be a problem after demo- ishing tough Wisconsin 52-7 . a week ago. · · · · · · Hayes has fought over- lonfidence with a hard week of practice. "It's easy to soften people by letting them have too much comfort," he said. The Ohio State-Indiana game game of accomplishing the at. Steve Owens of Oklahoma 3t the national,record of 17 in row in 1968. Both sides arc In near per tec lysical condition. Indiana may ot have split end Hike Flana an. Ohio State regulars ou ith injuries are linebacker en Kuhn and safety Rich Par ons. I Ten individual oth passing and matches Big leaders in rushing. Jronically, Ohio State, long noted for ignoring the pass, has the No.^1 passer In the conference,- Cornelius' Greene. Indiana sophomore -Terry Jones from Cleveland ranks third. And, in another surprise, star Ohio State tailback Archie Griffin is second to Indiana's Courtney Snyder in the Big Ten rush ing averages -- 151.5 yards to 122.5. However, Griffin is rankec second nationally with an over all average of 146.2 yards. It Griffin reaches 100 yards rushing Saturday, it- will mark his 18th- straight regular season Aaron Fires 65 For Lead In Texas Open; Frank Beard 2d Jaycee Tournament Siloam Springs--The Jaycee Golf tournament, an 18-holc event will be held at the Dawn Hill Country Club on Saturday, Bill Burgin, club manager has announced. This event is open to all golfers in the area, and is being directed by Larry M i t c h e l l of the Jaycee organization. SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) -Old pro Tommy Aaron has a 65 n the board, but it's the next ;wo days that will tell the tale. "I've had some 65s before ;his year, but I've always managed to mess it up," the slump- ridden, 37-year-old veteran said Thursday after his seven-under!ar effort set the pace for the first round of the $125,000 San Antonio-Texas Open Golf Tournament. "I need to get by the next two rounds." he said. "I'd sure like to go into the last round tied for the lead, or even leading alone. That'd be a good feeling." It's a feeling Aaron hasn't had in a long time. He's won only $31,000 this season -- his poorest in a decade -- hasn't taken a tournament since his Masters triumph more than 1V4 years ago and hasn't really challenged this season. "This," he breathed in a soft, Georgia drawl, "was the best I've played in a long, loiij time." He didn't miss, didn't make a bogey and birdied five of seven holes in one stretch as he established a one-stroke advantage over Frank Beard, Rik Massengale and club pro Tom Aycock, tied for second at 66 on the 7.018-yard. -Woodlake Golf Club course. PGA champion Lee Trevino, the top-heavy favorite, and defending title-holder Ben Crenshaw were in solid contention Crenshaw with a 67 and Trevino with a 68. The muscular Crenshaw, who made such an impact with his triumph here a year ago then tailed off, was tied at 67 -- five under par and just two fihots out ·-- with former., champion 'ommy Aaron 'rank Beard 'om Aycock lik Massengale len Crenshaw Bob Stanton like Hill lob Goalby lobby Greenwood 3ob Erickson (TIMESphoto By Ken Good) Experience Is Best Teacher rMike Kirkland, a former national winner in the .Punt, 'Pass and Kick contest, gives ·some pointers (o Jon Scnlt 'Wright of Fayetfeville. J o n ScoK, 12, won (he local Hnys Club competition and I h c n placed first in the four-stale regional competition al Jop- Un, Ma. He'll fry Iiis liand · (»n1 foot) In the district quarter-finals at Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium tomor- row at 1 p.m. Tomorrow's winner will punt, pass a n d kick at halftimc of the Chiefs- New York Giants game Nov. 3, with the winner there advancing to the finals at halftime of the NFC championship game Dec. 29. Jon Scoft, the son of Don and P a t Wright, passed the hall 35 yards and punted it 40 after his 45-mlnuie workout w 11 It Kirkland. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Service New o««d AnUnitM Color · Black While Boo«ters · Towers Free Estimates 751-7927 751.S4M 75I-D2S7 Wluut Samuel Morse/did £TV«UL \yilliajns did for Bourbon. Evan Williams Siaoel763,KewtucXy* 1st Distiller Jike Hill and. a bunch of Bobs ob Goalby, Bob Erickson ustralian Bob Stanton am obby Greenwood. Trevino, the only one of th ame's superstars playing lis late-season event, was'in uge group at 68 and trailed I layers. THE LEADER!! 31-34--6 33-33--6 32-34--6 33-33--6 34-33--6 35-32--6 34-33-6 35-32--6 34-33-6 32-35--6 hey'ro not going to bo:your sual expansion team." In Thursday night's other BA opener, the Pnoonlx Suns r ounce d the Seattle Super 3onics 114-97. Earl 'laying "The Pearl" Monroe, up to his decriptive lickjiame, scored 20 points to lace the Knicks, who are In a ·ebullding program folio wini ho retirements of Dave De Busschcrc, Willis Reed and Jer ry Lucas plus the loss of Dean Meminger in Iho expansion draft. New York also was with lut captain Walt Frazier, side Ined with a virus. Henry Bibby, filling in fo: Frazier, contributed 15-points Phil Jackson scored 17 air John Gianelli had a career-higl 18 rebounds for the Maravich lopped New Hogs To Start Daily, Watkins Arkansas C o a c h Franl iroyles said Thursday tha nebacker Marvin Daily efensive end William Watkins ·ould start against Texas Sat- rday. Daily, a 5-foot, 225-pound jun- or, will replace Billy Burns, vho suffered a pinched nerve i his right leg in Tuesday's iractice. It will be Daily's first tart this season. Burns can alay. Defensive end William Wat- ·cins, a 6-fpot-3, 211-pound soph- Ditiore, will start ahead of Johnnie Meadors. Watkins had jeen starting earlier in the sea- ion until he suffered a sprained ·ight knee in practice. "Marvin is more aggressive against the Wishbone," Broyles said. "And, Watkins has seen more of the Wishbone t h a n Meadors." Broyles said the only players who are definitely out of the :ame are defensive tackle :harlie Brown, who injured his right leg in the Texas Christian University game, and defensive end Alan Watson, who sufferec torn ligaments in his right knee during the TCU game and is out for the season. Knieks .... Orlean with 15' points, far below th 27.7 average he had with At lanta last season. Meanwhile, Seattle Coach Hi Russell put all the blame on hi own shoulders for the Super Sonics' loss to Phoenix. In the first halt, I didn't d a very good job," admitte Russell. "I refer to substitu lions and strategy. I was tryin something on defense. We trie to shut (Charlie) Scott off i the center and left the wing open. And we gave up 51 pouits. It was too much to tr to catch up." Despite Russell's efforts Scott wrecked the Sonics, sco 32 points and contributin ;ht assists. Archie Clark le altle with 27 points and Fre rown scored 24. 53/4% 6%% 71/2% We have a savings program and Interest rate to meet your needs. Fayetteville Savings Loan Association 101 N. East Avenue ELECT An Honest-To-Goodness Sheriff HERB MARSHALL Herb Marshall is a native of Washington County, born in Prairie Grove, 34 years ago. He lives in Fayetteville. He is happily married and the four Marshall children, attend Fayetteville schools. Herb Marshall knows what he is doing. He has 11 years experience in law enforcement. He will establish cpunty-wide law enforcement, with all calls for assistance answered FAST. He will rid Washington County of drug pushers preying on our children and young adults. The Sheriff of Washington County MUST devote full time to the job, to do it properly. Herb Marshall does not have any outside interests to divide his attention. He has no other business to keep him off · the job. He is not tied to any special interest group. He is a good, honest, upstanding, young man. Herb Marshall will do the job well. Elect a Sheriff OF the People FOR the People VOTE FOR HERB MARSHALL CANDIDATE Sheriff of Washington County November 5 Pol. ad paid for by Dr. Friedman Sisco, Springdale and Dr. Don Baker, Fayetteville, co-chairmen, Herb Marshall for Sheriff Committee, McKesson-Bexel F A L L S A L E % Price thru Nov. 30 East Side of Square Padres Renew Aces ALEXANDRIA, La. AP) -lie San IMcgo Padres renewed iclr farm club affiliation will) he Alexandria Aces of tlia OXHS Leaguo Thursday night. Read H October 20 in Inside Washington: What Is Martha Mitchell Up to Now? "You tone to b« Hereto*. You have to knots *nat BOM ihcis using that day* You htwa to 6a able to speak in code over the phone to make arrangements to meet. And when it comes down to it, to mik with Martha Mitchell, jut frst iota to catch her." Word Is out that Martha Mitchell Is planning a book --a blockbuster expose compiled from her own experiences, 16 boxes of material, and dozens of tapes. This Week, reporter Frances Spate Leighton pries the lid up just a bit on what could be a major story in 1975. Read what Martha plans to tell about John.Aboutthefamdus"stab in the buttocks episode." About the "mental institution plot," And about her relationship with her own daughter Marty, which she now sees as the most tragic part Of the) whole story. 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