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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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Aubrey Shepherd Open This Sunday «lllll«llinillHllll[||l!lllll!llllill!l!UHKIIII«!l»!ll[lini!!lll!IIIHH i "· ' ' 5 ' Pi a I rife' Grove They The Northwest Arkansas "*' Bassrmstei tournament f6r September was held at Rocky Blanch Boat Dock on Beaver Lake Table Rock Bass Club served as the opponent in this fishing contest. T.wcnly members of each club fished and 40 pounds of bass were weighed . i n . The l a r g e bass caught w e i g h e d lour pounds, five ounces. Northwest Arkansas Bass- masters took top honors with 25 pounds, five ounces of fish. Table Hock's club took 15 pounds, three ounces. Individual overall winner was Freddy .'Carnes. ; w h b ' ' ibrougbt in' 10 pounds,- six ''. ounces of bass. Boh Carnes look second place wilh five pounds, 15 ounces, and Murray Lewis finished third with four pounds, two ounces. Fourth place went to Don Stewart, who caught three pounds, four ounces. Terry Coffee's three pounds put him in f i f t h place, while Larry Phillips two pounds was good enough for sixth, Michael Dial was seventh and Gordon Davis was eighth. An open bass tournament is to be held on Sunday. October 27, at the Prairie Creek Boat Dock. Starting time-is set for 7 a.m. There is a $15 entry fee. Although a deadline is listed on Bassmasler application forms, laic applicants are welcome. But they should be at Ibe Dock well before the 7 a.m. starting time. JACKPOT WINNERS . Eighteen boats ,,w i t h 36-: contestants participated- in'.-'" Sunday's Jackpot fishout II, . at Hickory- Creek on Beaver ; · Lake. Bill Carnes and his son Freddie Carnes won first place with 10 pounds, 14 ounces to take top money of $180. Another father - son team, Gordon and Roger Mhoon, took second with 10 pounds, one ounce to collect $90. Don Stewart and-. Ted Patterson placed third with seven p o u n d s ; eight, ounces to take h o r n e a Garcia worm rod and a Piano worm box, contributed by Woolwor.th.-s and-Wild- Card Sport ShopJ P'ourth palce went to Terry Coffee of Rogers and Bobby Carnes of Sprlngdale w h o caught five pounds three ounces to win handles gears and keeper boards contributed' by "Gregg ' Eri- terpuscs Bob Carnes also took the big bass at three pounds two ounces to wip I a trophy and a Shakespeare ultra light spinning reel which was donated by,Gibson s Fifth place was taken by Lanny Whitehouse and Wil ham Lambeil both of f a y ette\ille They Caught f i v e pounds two ounces and le ceived handles fast retrieve gears and a measuring. board each from Gregg En J terpnses Sixth place finish ers weie Huland Nations f and Eddie McClelland, both w To Test (Fd/oracfo State brought m five pourtds, t\Vo ounces to' A wln high speed--. Gregg s gears and 4 deluxe , fish stinger. « ( wfl*, Sixth place- fell to Foster Hollzclaw mid Leon-Bradley of Springdalc, who brought, in Lwo pounds, 10 ounces. Eight place went lo Doug Baskiu of Springdalc and Jerry West of Payetteville wilh two pounds, seven ounces. Ninth place went lo Jerry Thomas and Greg Cope-land. They hatl two pounds, one ounce. Tenth placers were Andy Lewis and Larry Hughes with one ppund,_six ounces · ·'.} ' RELEASED, ALIVE: r'' l: A ' t o t a l ' - o f '49 fish fere weighed in for 68 pounds, nine ounces. All but five fish, weighing eight pounds, two ounces were put back alive into Beaver Lake. The Washington County Bassmaslers need- about $100 more in order to finish Ihc holding lank. They earned about $180 from the two Buddy Fishouls. The only thing lacking is the fi- berglassing of Ihe oulside of Ihe tank and the construction of Ihe trailer. Washington County Bass- masters are presently screening potential candidates for membership. Per- sotis interested in being considered . for membership should contact Larry Hughes, secretary of the Club, at 521-1436 after 6 p.m. Fayelteville bass club is going to Lake Ouachila next weekend, and fish Friday and Saturday, November 1 and 2. They will .,.slay, .at, the lodge ,at Crystal .^Springs 1 : : :jFishing ;' Village.- This is a government re^ " : ' crcational facility-which is used by m a ri'y major lournamenls. Mr.'and Mrs. Ray Pascauel operate the ledge. Friday nijjht there- is a fish fry and Jpjirnament action will beSSalurday'; Prizes arc to be I awarded for the largest;string and the largest fish.--.' -.'· · This tourney will be cpn- ducted under trie; rules !o! B.A.S.S, and no:fish under 12 inches in len'gth will he weighed in. All fish will be released alive if-,- possible! .Eighteen.club members are going Competitor! will be on an individual basis. N.A.S.S. CHAMPIONSHIP North r American Sports Services is to hotd a major i tournament on Lake Ten · killer this w eekend 1 our; categories of fish -- ciap pie black bass white bibs' and catfish will be accepted f o r weighing Overall , champion is to receive a f gigantic trophy reportedly · the world s largest, and a t substantial cash prize For' further information contactr i / Bob Beed of West Fork N A S S reportedly will, have stations near T ° 1 " 1 '- r. ,fThe University 6t Arkansas tikes a bretfk f r o m South West Conference p l a y Salur da), when the Ra?orbacks 5a,u;ue off against Colorado Stute for the first meeting ever between the two: schools'in Little} Rocks War Memorial Sla dlum The Razorbacks will have to regroup in the secondary by the 7 30 p m kickoff if they re to Btave off (he nation's t o p passing game, Quarterback Mark Driscoll accs the Ram's accurate pass- nK game and last week hit for a school record six touchdowns is the Rams rolled over Nevada-Ueno 66-17. Flanker Willie Miller hauled in three TD cat- cties. as Driscoll hit 17 of 25 The Rams also wilt be taking their second look nt the South west Conference Texas Tech blunted the Rams first try against the SWC in 1968, taking a .43-13 win. Arkansas carries an even" 3-3 season mark into the last night game on Its schedule. The I?a- zorbacks .are 1-2 in SWC action Colorado State got o f f ; t o a slow start with a tie and two losses by a total of three points. The Rams are now 2-3-1 on the year, and 0-1-1 in the WAC. The game will be carried live over 100-stalion RazorbacK Football Network, with Oil Johnson calling the play-by-plas and Dave Woodman on the losses for 357 yards. The Razoi-back secondary was riddled with injuries in the 38-7 loss to Texas last week. Seven of the nine wounded against the 'Horns leave .ques tion marks in the defensive lineup. Mike Kirklantl got the biggest kick against .Texas, pumping three punts for an average o: 49.3 per kick. Holland Fuchs (Fewsh) picked the biggest plum .of the- day' for The Ranorbacks. The junior fullback split the defense on a 68-yard, touchdown sprint for the Hogs' score. SECOND MEETING The game marks only the second meeting of a Western Athletic Conference opponent for Arkansas. Arizona State was a 30-13 victim of the Hogs in 1951. color commentary. Air time is :15 p.m. CDT. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Oct. 23, 1974 · TAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS 15 ASU Coach Davidson Says Indians Not Quitting After Losing To Lamar For 4th Straight Year JONLSBORO Ark - ' W e r e not quitting slid coach Bill Davidson early this \vepk when asked what goals or ambitions remained - ' f o r .his-' .Arkansas State:University Indians. "Our football players have a ol of pride Most of them were irouncl last year when w e came jack after our second confe rence'loss and finished 7-3, and I think they've adopted a tea in goal to beat that record this cason." That means Hie Indians, who stand 2-2 after last Saturday's 10-6 eleventh-hour loss to Lamar University, will h a v e to win Iheir last six games. "We have some big games ahead, beginning this weekend igelnst Southern Illinois Da vidson said but we think we lave.a charice to win them all. The Indians:appeared qn the vay to a sluggisn 6 $ win over Jam'ar last.weekend when the Cardinals struck with 2:11 re- uaining'On a 65-yard touchdown pass It was the fouilh sliaighl game'the Cards had taken from ASU, and. this one knocked-the Tribe out of the Southland Conference race. Bolh the ASU's losses have been to league foes. "We couldn't have asked any more from our defense against Lamar," Davidson praised. "Except for the one pass play, we held them to 81 yards total offense, and they were the lead- 'Our offense played well, too. iVe moved the ball well most of the game, but everytime we'd get into good field posi- ion, a 'penally would take us backwards. The Indians traveled 253 of- r ensue sards Saturday, 20 yards more than they collected in the previous w e e k ' s 38-0 triumph over Illinois Slate. They also had 12 penalties for 126 yards wipe out most of that production. (In the three previous games, ASU had been charged with only 11 penalties for 129 yards.) Placekickr Joe Duren netted 'ense when he booted 45-amJ 51- yard field goals, the latter sett- ng a new ASU record. "We're regrouping now for Southern Illinois," Davidson related "S1U has only one win this year, but they've played some tough people, so they won't be hard [or our players to get up for. ing offensive team in the con- the Tribe's only Scoreboard of- Lake'i' Bull Not Down On Himself Or Razorbacks Scott Bull is not a person to get down on himself ' or his team, even after losing ba'ck-to- back Southwest Conference games. "It doesn't do any good to get down on yourself," Bull said Sunday morning. "You just have to buckle down and try lo correct mistakes made during the game." Bull shov/ed the scars of a 38-7 beating at the hands of Texas by wearing several band-aids on holh arms. "Yes, it was a tough, physical game," he said. They had a tough front seven' on defense, .that., gave us a lot or problems when we would try to run wide. It appeared they were trying., to keep us from running outside, because at the snap" of most plays t h e y had guys who would immediately slide to the outside." Injuries played a big part m the : Texas game.,, and-loom as a factor in the upcoming Colo rado State game. ' Sure the in jurie hurts us, J1 said Bull but ive can't be" making excuses just because we-got beat. The had a super learn effort Saturday We are just goirfg to have to liope our key people get well, and if they can t play, then hope : Tenkiiler established to ac t r pept entries and assign^ * starting points to contestants Complete details are available , m a magazine called, Midwest 1 Sports Di ( , gest ' All-American Given SWC Defensive Award AUSTIN Tex (A?) -Texas tackle Doug English wrecked Arkansas'' offense flatfobted; Although English neetled mid- game medical attention, tlie senior co-captain made 12 tackles and grabbed a blocked punt ac the goalline for his first touchdown in Texas' nationally televised 38-7 victory. He was selected as The Associated Press' Southwest Conference defensive player of the Defensive line coach R.M. Patterson said English, 6 feet 5 and 250 pounds, broke a blood vessel in his left ankle against Washington Oct. 5 and played against Oklahoma the following week with an ankle as big as his head." "He's had a hard time getting the fluid out, where he can bend it, and he got it stepped ,011 and turned a Htlle bit 'against Arkansas. He had to play flatfootcd. His range was no!, quite as good," Patterson said. . . . . English missed only sei defensive plays, however, while his ankle was retaped and returned to the game until the subs took over in the fourth quarter. As a precaution, Patterson DOUG ENGLISH ,cliJ out on punts LMU H/liyilTi' uui. "J« p""' · ,, , I t s not surprising Ihat.P.at- jrson who recruited English ram Dallas Bryan Adams, vould be careful with his prize English, all-SWC as a junior, , the Ihird leading tackier on he Longhorn "· squad with 70, ust eight behind the leader, inebacker-tackle Wade John- iton. Asked to assess the defense against Arkansas, Coach- Darel! Royal said, "Defensively, igain Doug English, who hould be on everybody's All- American checkoff list if he's not there already--he just has not had anything except an outstanding game" all season, "His biggest gun is his ability .0 prop a blocker up, find the hall and head off after it," Pat- .erson said. "With many big, all guys a guy can get around lis feet and it bothers them, nit Doug controls 'em good. "He's a fine pass rusher and that's why Ihe pros are hot ifter him,'.because -that's their game right now'."' Patterson recalls that English weighed 215 when he recruited iim, but "what hands and'feet. [ told him he'd play (in col- ege) at 250 or 260. Ho was a aig ol' pup.,I think he can,play in the pros :a't 265 or 270. /; "He's still a growing boy," auu IL Liicjr 1.011 u iiioy t lucu iiu^JC the backup-ipeople can come in j and take'thefr place " NOT 1UENING POINT Bull is .one of the few people on the 1 ? Arkansas team who doesn t think that the blocked punt was the/ turning point m the Tex^J game^ "I thmk'the tuimng^pojnt/was'sometime in the second half, but I m not able to *put my finger on it," he said We went i n t o the ftcfcer room at the 1 half deter mined to forget the first half. We forgot all about it, but picked up a new set of problems in the..second half. It rnade us cdrne'out of f o u r kind of game arid go to'some things "that we weren't 'used to doing. That might have made the difference in the game." The Hogs ^vill go up against the top passing team in the coujitry tills Saturday in Colorado State. "They have a good offensive team this season," said Bull. 'I understand they scored 66 points this past weekend, so they have the ability to put points on the .hoard. Our defense will have their hands full this.week. Bull, who played the majority of the game at Austin, says lie does n o t ' consider himsell the first - team quarterback. "Coach Broyles told me thai I had good practices this past week and I could expect to play either the second or third series, but I didn't know he meant that I would stay in for as long as I did. I still consider Mark and myself the number one quarterbacks." Pro Football niiiuiiiiioiiiiiiiiiiiffliiininiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiBiiiiii .Wednesday's,Games ^Charlotte at Florida Birmingham at Shreveport HawSiians at Chicago "Philadelphia at Southern California Thursdays Gam*; Memphis at Portland, national TV - ,, Wednesday, Octoher 30 at Birmingham ' Southern California' at 1 Charlotte - - , Chicago at Philadelphia Me'rophis .at; Hawaiian.? ,\ Thursday, October 31 Portland' at Shreveport, national TV Pro Basketball NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB Philphia 2 1 .667 -Buffalo ·· 2 - 1 .667 -New York 2 1 .667 -Boston 1 1 .500 '/ Central Division Washington 2 0 1 000 -Atlanta " 2 1 .667 'A Houston 1 - 2 333 Cleveland 0 3 0 0 0 N e .w -0' r,l e'a n , s $ New Orleans « ' 0 4 000-3 Western Conference ·Midwest Division Detroit--^ * 2 0 1000 -- K.C. OrViaha Z 1 667 Chicago 2 1 667 Milwaukee 2 333 1V4 Pacific Division Portland 2 -1 .667 -1 1 .500 ' % 1 1 .500 V Los Angeles Phoenix Golden St. Seatlls .333 .333 521-3521 OMVO/U OPEN DAILY 9-9; CLOSED -SUNDAY WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. AUTO DISCOUNTS Official State Inspection Station KM 200 BLACKWALLS 2 PLIES POLYESTER CORD + 2 FIBERGLASS BELTS SIZES C78xU £78x14 F78xl4 678x14 G78x1S H78xl4 H78xl5 REG, 27.77 29.77 30.77 32.77 33.77 SUE F.E.T. 25,00 26.00 27.00 29,00 31.00 2.17 2.33 2.50 Z.67 2.74 2.92 2.97 C78xI3 Eo. PiusF.E.T. $2 Each 1.83 MOUNTED FREE NO TRADE-INS , REQUIRED WH1TEWALLS 2.44 MORE EACH KM100 BLACKWALLS, 4-FULL-PLY POLYESTER CORD ;g PLUS F.E.Tr 1.83 EftCH " WHITEWALLS 2.44 MORE EACH Reg. 23.88 878x13 SIZES C78xl3 E78xl4 (=78x15 F78xU G78xl4 G7fixl5 H78xl4 H78x15 L78xlS* REG. 25.88 26.88 28.88 29.88 .30.88 35.32 SM.E 21.88 22,88 23,88 25,88 27.88 32.32 F.E.T. 1.99 2.24 2.41 2.42 2.55 2.63 2.77 2.82 3.13 Guaranteed As Long As You Own Your Car. HEAVY-DUTY MUFFLER INSTALLED Our Reg. 18.85-Installed 12 88 For Most U.S. Compacf/Stondord Cars. 4 Days Only Zinc-coated and double-wrapped to protect against rust-out. Large cars S2 more. . Save at K mart! MINI STEREO TAPE PLAYER Reg. 38.88-4 Doys 28.88 - 8 - t r a c k automatic. player,recessed knobs. STEREO MOUNT Reg. 5.96 ij.96 Dash lock mount. For most players. WEDGE SPEAKERS Res. 9.96. J.27fr. Two 3x5" speakers. 7.27 Pair' tratvuHV Guaranteed As long As You Own Your Car. HEAVY-DUTY DELUXE SHOCKS Reg. 7.27--4 Days 5.33, VAl' size piston, triple welded mounts, 'i " shaft. For most U.S. cars./ QUARTZ IODINE DRIVING LAMP REG. $6.36 4.96 Choose clear or amber. In- cludesmounling brackets. MOST U.S. CARS SELF-ADJUSTING BRAKES S4 MORE DISC BRAKES HIGHER INCLUDED SERVICES: (.Replace brake linings 2. Turndiums 3. Arc grind linings 4. Inspect wheel cylinders 5. Repack front wheel tearingi 6. Adjust, brakes 7. Bleed hydraulic system and refill 8. Road lest FOUR-WHEEL BRAKE RELINE Discount Priced 29.96 All work done by trained, specialists-. Additional., parts or services extra. 4-PIECE TUNE-UP KIT Reg. 27.97-4 Days 21. Compression tesrer.dwell- 1och tester, timing light with remote starter switch, vacuum, fuel pump fester. GAS-LINE ANTIFREEZE Reg. 37 f i AI ; 4 Days Only : Windshield ; D8ker,88? Models 4000, 4001 .Upper or lower '.12-V.beams, SILICONE LUBRICANT 'Keg. 1,56 1.17 4 Days Stops rust,! squeaks. 16- oz* spray. · Netwt. 2 JACK STANDS R«g.6.96Pr. 4.8*4 ' 4 Day* ".- 2-tpnhaayy-~ .duly! Will" locking pins; K 71 B r North at Rolling Hills Drive in Fayelteville, Ark.

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