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Outdoor Report liy AUBRKY SHKl'HLKD TIMES Outdoor Writer White River proved a worthy · opponent for intrepid duck boat floal trippers Peggy Frinzc-ll and Grant Hall, who battled white water, rocks, slumps, and downed trees to a draw--and survived--on a Sunday flout - near Thompson Gap. Handicapped by a lack ot appropriate equipment, the two river enthusiasts did not catch a fish, even though they several times dipped up a boatful of river water, apparently intending to snatch out a finny freak that way. In a rematch, Peggy reportedly rescued a cane pole from the waves, prnbaly expecting to get some line on the nexl Irip. Several bass Iruck Teeny Twisters fished by Bill Kennan. Some longear sunfish and green sunfish also fell for Bill's 1 angling tricks. Becky Hum: phrcy made Bill's fishing easy by doing a lot of paddling while ; he was casting. Bob and Allison Kramer enjoyed the same While River floal trip, but did more scenery-watching than fishing. Afler-sunset swimming attracted Tim and Susan Bull to the chilly waters of the upper White River last Sunday evening. The very wet floaters leaving the low-walcr bridge at the time when the Bulls were · about to swim were amazed to think that anyone would voluntarily enter the water so late in the day. FAYETTFA'ILLE L a k e ' s Everett Baker reports that Don Johnson and his son caughl 31 crappie. Ralph Carnes took four channel calfish to 3'/4 pounds. Don Thompson got seven bass on single spins, weighing up to 2'A pounds. Earl Brown and Cal Collins got a limit of bluegill. Mr. - a n d Mrs. Cecil . Jones caught a lot of redear and bluegill. Everett has taken his limit of crappie more lhan once this week. 5000 crappie in the five to six inch size class were dropped into Hie lake Ibis week, through the generosity of the · Arkansas State Game and Fish Commission. The hatcheries are operated on funds collected by the sale of fishing licenses. The a Big 0. Most of the others lit Gay Blades. Bill Carnes jrougbt In five blacks to three lounds. Freddie Sunday, Carnes Bill took and eight slacks lo two pounds on single spins. E. J. Guise of Fayel- .eville bad twelve crappie. on minnows. Surface temperature is 62 degrees, and the waler is relatively clear. LOST BRIDGE Marina says bass are schooling a bit. The walcr is very clear and about 64 degrees on tho surface. Last week ll'/z and eight pound stripers wera caught on top water lures. Lost Bridge is adding 52 stalls to its boating facility. HICKORY Creek reports good many crappie catches. A good many bass were brought in last weekend by participant in the Jackpot fishout. Also, a few lake regulars are doing well this week. OLLIVERSON'S Trout Resort says many good trout are coming in. but no spectacular catches have been reported Less water is coming out ol Bull Shoals dam now. The water is riming clear. One sis pound rainbow came in Wed nesday morning. It hit Countdown Rapala. S T A N D L E Y Grocery i n Brentwood has received no deer reports so far, but has receivcc many good squirrel reports. WEST FORK Gulf Slation checked in an eight point buck lake levee completed work should in less than be two months, allowing the level of the water to be brought up to normal. WEDINGTON Lake Lodge is closed for the winter. Mr. and Wheatley, who lake concession, Mrs. Cliff operate the closed early in order to allow the government to put in a new sewage system. A treatment plant is to be built by the dam. The lake's cabins and rest rooms are to be piped into a central system. No one is allowed in the recreation area during the closed season. Persons may go onto the lake from the highway. ROCKY BRANCH Marina . says that fishing has not been ' very good. T h e lake "turned over," and Ihe water temperature is changing. Tbe fish should start, biting soon. The · water was muddy but is now · clearing. Top water lures and ~ spinner baits were working well · this week. ; PRAIRIE Creek reports that ; Joe Cool took five bass to 31 · pounds Wednesday morning on ! spinner baits. White bass up to 2% pounds have been hitting · spoons. Fishing is improving. : Water is pretty clear and 68 ,. degrees on top. Cal Banning needs suggestions on what to ! use lo brush his cluck blind on ; Beaver Lake. With a good · population of ducks expected ', this fall, interest should be · high. The large turnout at the recent DU banquet proved that deer, which Dennis Coker kille with a bow and arrow. Kiel dressed, the buck weighed ove 150 pounds. No very big squirre reports have come in. It seem the bushy tails are prelt scarce. SONORA Slore bas no received any new deer reports They report that white b a s lave been biting lately. Jerry's Service Station i Lincoln has.checked in no dee ihis week. SPRINGDALE Sport Sho says that Rick Blount look a B'/z pound black bass on plastic worm. Mr. Mullins Fayetteville took a 6% noun black bass. Johnny Eoff son took fifteen crappie. WILD CARD Sport Shop report includes information tha bass have been hitting Bombe Pinfish on both the White Riv and War Eagle arms of Beav Lake. Roy Baker took eig^ black bass to VA p o u n d s Table Rock Lake. A loc spring-fed pond produced an 8'/4 pound largemouth bass, which iiit a Wicked Wiggler worm. Cattish and bream are still hitting on Lakes Fayetteville and Elmdale. Crickets seem to be the best bait for bream. MR. BASS of Arkansas is the title to be earned by the winner of this weekend's Arkansas Classic Bass Fishing Tournament to be held on Lake Dardanelle and headquartered at the Ramada Inn on Interstate 40. WOOLWORTH'S G o r d o n Davis reports thai Jay Taylor McAfee Says The Team Has To Come First Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, Oct. 25, 1974 FAVETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS 1 CSU Coach Arslaniait Says It Will Be A Shame If Willie Miller Left Off All-Star Lists Hal McAfee started at line- cker last year for the Arkanas Razorbacks, but since the .art of the '74 season has seen mch less action. Most players wild be bitter or defeated by uch a turn of events, but the unior letterman is neither. '1 don't worry about whethei r not I start," he says. "I ave faith in the coaches. They now who grades out the best ncl who should gel the starling ssignment." McAfee was plagued by nee injury sustained in spring rills. The knee required siu 1 ,ery, but Hal was able lo prac ice from the beginning of fal rills, The knee injury could hi a good excuse for the fact Ilia "VIcAfee has not played as mucl his year, but the pre-law majo .enies that. "I did a lot of extra worl or my knee, and didn't let the njury get me down," he noted. 'I can't say that my knee has ·cept me out of Hie starling ineup. Bill Burns and Dennis Winslon are great players. 1 can't take anything away from hem." After three losses in six panics the Razorbacks look to je all but out of Ihe Southwest Conference race, but the Little lock Catholic product has not ost faith yet: "I Ihink we are slill a good team. We can come Dack and win the rest of them." McAfee said he woujd like to personally take part in the resurgence of t h e Razorbacks if it indeed happens. However, lie would not feel hurt if he does not, "1 have faith that we can make a comeback. I would like lo start; there's no question aboul thai. But it wouldn't bother me if I didn't, as long as we win. The team comes first as far as I'm concerned," stated the 205-pound linebacker. The former all - star- wrestler is only a junior, and will return next year. McAfee is the kind of player who will put out 100 per cent this year and next year regardless of whether he gets a starting assignment. He is a great asset to the team, both on the field and off. FORT COLLINS. COLO-- yards and seven touchdowns, Quick now, guess who has including a Ram record of three caught more career passes than scoring receptions in CSU's 65- active collegiate 17 win over Nevada-Reno here ny other receiver. If your answer Colorado State Willie Miller, you were right. to be the nation's lop collegiate The 27-year-old Vietnam War receiver," said second-year veteran lias know he is Ihe finest I have varsity career"at CSU for 2,171 ever seen or C9ached during pusses during been 29 ast Salurciay. "Without a doubt, Willie has Ram Coach Sark Arslanian. "I my years in this business." Miller, the Rams' co-caplain and leading receiver the past two seasons, credits his teammates for his success. "There is no way 1 could have caught those passes without help from those other guys," he said. A winner of the Soldier's Medal h a s and Silver Star, Miller not earned much recognition for his football feats, except for all-Western Athletic Conference honorable nention notices. "It will be a shame if he s ignored this year," added Arslanian. "Willie is a tremendous asset to our program on- and-off the field. He is a very remarkable young man." The holder ot all 11 CSU pass receiving records, Miller has not been disappointed about the lack of recognition. "I am not disappointed. Not at all. 1 feel I'm more a team player than an individual," the Birmingham, Ala., native added. .Nobody really knows how fast Miller is. As he has said: "Times aren't really important, I just want lo be fast enough to get open." Open he lias been as Miller has the nation's best average per reception at 21.3 yards per catch while performing on the country's No. 1 passing team. CSU is averaging 252.3 y a r d s p e r game with completions and 16 touchdowns. "Willie's statistics are really remarkable when you considei thai be is double-teamed mosl o! the time," said offensive coordinator Doug Gerhart, "anc he really knows what lo do wilh the ball once he catches it." As for the future. Millei really docs not know. He wouk like to give professional football a try, but his age is a factor. If not. he mrghl return to bis hometown lo work with the riisadvantaged after graduating from CSU. Now that we have answerct the question, maybe Willie Miller's name might become a household word United States. If across it does llv not one might wonder what it take. to receive recognition. But then does Willie Miller really can aboout fame? Field Goal Is Winning Margin Ram ay Tops Central has been taking a. lol of flathead catfish. Jay caught an eighteen pound striper Wednesday. Tuesday he took three flatheads Virginia up to Thomas pounds, of Cave lot more duck area than one there are hunters in the would think. WAR EAGLE Boat Dock says that Tom T.ogsden caught four blacks in the two-pound class using single spins. Mike Bell landed a three pound four ounce single spin, and Dale black bass on a Jimmy Martin Haskins of Springdale had 13 blacks, including a five pound ten ouncer taken by Martin on Springs caught 12 crappie up to l'/z pounds, two black bass to two pounds and three white #sK on Sunday. October 19, Virgil Jackson of Springdale caught a 29-pound flathead on a bream while fishing up White River. Several good crappie catches h a v e come in. Bill Lambert of Fayetteville took about a dozen bass, with four in the three pound class. On Monday John Greenlee had six black bass up to 3'/z pounds. John took his bass on Arkie spinners and Rebel Super R in chartreuse. WASHINGTON County Bass- masters' Open Tournament is set for Sunday morning at Prairie Creek Marina on Beaver Lake. Persons wishing to enter should bo at the dock by 6':00 a.m. The fee is $15 per person. Daylight Saving Time ends this Saturday night. This means daylight will come before 6 a.m. rather t h a n before 7 a.m. Hog Harriers Seek 4th Win In Meet Today The Arkansas cross country team has compiled a successful record thus far this season with three firskplace finishes in four meets. The Razorback sprinters began the season with a win over Big Eight champ Oklahoma State in a dual meet. T h e team was led by Randy Melancon and Niall O'Shaughnessy who placed first and second with times of 19:08.4 and 19.13, respectively. Arkansas downed Oklahoma the following week in another dual meet in Fayetteville. Once again Melancon paced Arkansas with a urst-place finish. Melancon's time of 20:05 helped the Hogs take the victory from the Sooners by a score of 23-32. T h e cross-country team traveled to Ruston, La., to claim their third win of the season in a nine team m e e t . Melancon kept up the 'good habit with another first-place finish to top McNeese, North- w e s t e r n , Louisiana Tech, Mississippi College, Northeast, Risley Sparks WF Junior Win WEST FORK--Tracy Risley scored two touchdowns to give the West Fork Junior High Tigers a 12-0 non-conference win over Decatnr Thursday. Risley took Ihe opening kickoff and relumed it 85 yards for his first score, covering the distance in 16 seconds. The PAT was wide and West Fork led Patrick set up the second score by recovering a fumble near Ihe end of tho first quarter. With 7:50 left in the hElf, Risley broke for 31 yards and a touchdown. Again, the exlra point faled. The 12-0 score held for the rest of the game. Risley led all rushers with 89 yards on 14 carries, followed by Jay Cantrell wilh 67 yards on 12 trips. Defensevely, Robert Jteed, Rodney Waterson, Jeff 6-0. Gilbert icy W Baker .and Harvey Sparkman played well for West Fork. The Tigers, now 3-5, will meet Gravetle in a league game next Thursday. Decatur, 0-6-1, will face Farrnington. Pro Football By The Associated Press Eastern Division W L T Pet. PF PA Florida Charlotte Pbilaphia s-Jacksonv 12 5 10 1 7 10 .70(5 351 230 .588 406 269 .412 431 356 SPRINGDALE--The Ramay Indians dominated the contest for another week but eame away with .only a 3-0 victory over Springdale Central here Thursday evening. But as Ramay coach Gerald Daily said after the contesl, "We could have played much belter, but I'm just glad we got out of thai one wilh a win. I'm just glad we can play at home next week. 1 The Indians romped up and down Ihe field at will. When the dust had cleared and t h e final statistics were lolalcd the Tribe had amassed a healthy 212 yards and 11 first downs. Curtis Mahone accounted for a big chunk of that wilh 131 yards on 26 carries. Bobby Fitts, whc was a doubtful starter, ripped off 68 yards on seven carries. "Curtis was jsul great again this week," said Daily. "But Bobby was a big surprise. We really didn't expect him to play but he came in and had a couple of terrific runs. On one le broke four of five tackles and picked up 29 yards. If he lad been completely well Jiink he would have scored." The Ramay defense was righ in the groove again this week Consequently, Central spen most of the evening minus th ball. Central picked up a anemic 64 yards and two firs downs. Daily is quick to poin out that both of those fir downs came in the openni period. "After that we reall shut down on them," beamed. "Just mention ever one of them. They have save us all year long." Ramay took possession lat in the first period and spen the entire stanza moving to 11 Central 25. With eight second left in the half Darter calle the option and pitched Tl righ 4 10 0 .286 258 359 Central Division Memphis H 3 0 .824 519 288 Birham 12 5 0 - .706 408 346 Chicago 7 10 0 .412 391 514 s-Detrcit 1 13 0 .071 209 358 Western Division x-S. Calif 12 5 0 .706 420 359 S o u t h e r n B a p t i s t , State, Ouachita and Centenary. 0 1 1 .382 250 380 .412 330 381 .375 214 347 Fayetteville Tops Trojans in Swim Meet At Hot Springs Arkansas placed three runners in the top four in that meet. The Southwest Missouri Inv i t a t i o h a 1 was the next challenge for the Razorback runners. Despite copping first and second place, Arkansas was edged out by Wichita State 46- Hawians 7 10 Shrvpt 6 10 Portland 6 10 s-Hemainder of 1974 schedule suspended x-Clinched Division title Thursday's Game Portland 26, Memphis 25 42. crossing with a Melancon did the finish HOT SPRINGS -- Fayetteville High School's swimming team defeated the Hot Springs Trojans 58-30 Wednesday in a dual meet. The Fayetteville boys scored 31 points against the Trojans' 21 points, while the Fayetteville girls scored 27 points to the Hot Springs girls' nine points. In the relays the boys won their 160-yard medley with the team of Burieson. Fedosky, Hunt and Thoma. The girls won both their relays, with Heyliger, Markham, Higgs, and Adarn in the ISO-yard medley and ' Heyliger, Keacly, Markham, and Van Nostrand in the 160- yard freestyle. In the individual events the Para-Olympics OTTAWA CAP) -- The Cans dian federal government says il ' will contribute $500,000 to help stage Toronto's 1976 Olympiat '. for the Disabled, the so-callec · para-Olympics. · The Health Department salt . Thursday the federal govern · ment had entered into a cost ! s h a r i n g arrangement with thi · City of Toronto and the Ontarii '. provincial government to cove the operating cost of the game; · Aug. 4-11. ; Tbe schedule includes 1 sports with athletes classifiec according to their degree o disability. The largest class i made up of athletes confined t wheelchairs, iris placed as follows: In 200- ard freestyle Adams took first nd Van Nostrand took second, liggs was second in 40 free- lyle and Anderson was fourth. In 100-yard freestyle Krueger Inished first and Keady third. Higgs won first in the 160 indi- idual medley. First place in 00 backstroke went to Van N o s t r a n d , w t h Anderson oming in fourth. Adam took irst in 100 breast stroke while jierly finished third. Another irst went to Krueger, in 100- rard butterfly. In the boys' events Fedosky ;ook first in Ihe 200-yard freestyle with Witherspoon coming n fourth. Burieson 'got first ilaee in the 40-yard freestyle vith Witherspoon fourth. Hunt von first in 100-yard freestyle and Painter won third. In the 160 - yard individual medley Thoma was first and was second, Fedosky won .he 100 back-slrokc while Painler placed third. The 100-yard breast slrpke :e!l to Hunt with Lewis third. Burieson won the 100 yard DUlterfly. again, line first 23:58 time, while O'Shaughnessy was second at 24:05. With 19 teams entered in the Invitational, it was certainly no disgrace to place second in the meet. The Razorbacks will entertain Southwest Missouri in a dual meet at Razorback P a r k golf course today. w i n g b a c k Mahone. Springdale defense was ere, but a face-mask penalty! oved the ball to the eight. : told my assistant coach that e were going to kick it as oon as they called that enalty," said Daily. "Torid had een kicking well all week. Darter got plenty of leg into he ball. The boot hit the cross- arand fell for three points with ar and fell for three points with idians trotted to the dressing com with a 3-0 lead. The second half was a frus- ·ating one for the Tribe. 3aily's crew bad two golden coring opportunities, but failed o score on either occasion. "I list don't know what's han- ening," said Daily. "We had iie same problem with mis- akes last week. We got down here and then made mistakes bis week too. I hope we can ;et over this kind of thing iretty soon." The Indians took the second lall kickoff and immediately |rove to the Central cight-yavc inc. However, a penalty movec he ball out of striking distant despite a nifty pass play from Darter to tight end Eddi Nichols. The Tribe defense helc and Ihen recovered a furnbl at the Springdale 25. Darter connected with Nichol again. But an illegal receive downfield nullified the loucl down pass. That put the Rama bunch well out of scoring rangi The Indians tried lo punl hi the home learn blocked Hie kic and suddenly hart a chance win Ihe conlest at the Rama IB. "I was really proud of o defense after they recovere (hat blocked kick." said Dail On a third-down play Jack Eiland popped out of nowhe to blast the Central quarterbac For a big loss and on four down the scondary separate the Central receiver from ospective first down re ption. Ramay took possession eir own 20 and by the Um e ' game-ending buzzer ha uncled were firmly entrenchc the Central 12. The victory boosts Ramay ·ason record to 5-1-1 and 4-1 conference play. Next wee amay- collides with Woodlan Harmon Field. Gilmore Leads Kentucky It May Rain LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The National Weather Service forecast for the Arkansas-Colorado State football game at War Memorial Stadium Saturday calls for mostly cloudy skies with scattered showers. Gametime temperature is expected to be near 60 degrees. W i n d s should be from the southwest at 5 lo 10 miles per hour. By The Associated Press You really have to hand it to the Kentucky Colonels. The San Antonio Spurs did Thursday nigiit by not being able to handle the rebounds. The Colonels controlled the offensive boards and thus controlled the game, beating the Spurs 113-103 in the American Basketball Association. "The key to our victory was our offensive rebounding," said According to Coach Tom Little, this was a promising meet for the Fayetteville High swimming team. With two victories behind them now they are looking forward to future meets for more wins. So far, Hot Springs has been the only Arkansas High school to agree to compete with the Fayetteville swimming team. As a result, the next several high school meets Cas yet unscheduled) will probably be with out - of - slate t e a m s in Oklahoma and Missouri. Kentucky Coach Hubie Brow "Look, we had 28 off the offe sive board and they only ha 10. That's the difference rig there." Due largely to the efforts Arlis Gilmore, Ihe Colonels ou rebounded the Spurs 58-41 ai won the battle of unbeatens. In the only other ABA gan Thursday night, the Mempl Sounds defeated the Virgin squires 99-95. Virdon Signs New Contract With NY Yanks NEW YORK (AP) -- Bill Viron calls himself a realist, so ou'll get no pie in the sky romises from the manager vho signed a two-year contract vith the New York Yankees 'hursday. "I don't think anybody can iredict a pennant," said Virdon, who piloted the Yankees to second-place finish in the American League's East Divi- ion last season. "Who knows vhat can happen in six or eight months?" Just about everything that could happen did happen to tha Yankees last season. The club stumbled badly for a while and was a game under 500 at 61-62 when Virdon decided they could still win their division. And they very nearly i finishing just two games behind the Baltimore Orioles. "They svere doing the things you need lo do lo play winning jaseball," Virdon said. "Thai's why I thought Ihey would start winning." They did, taking over Ihe division lead for a while and staying in the race until the final three games of the season. 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