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October 29, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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10 Norifcw*** Arkansas TIMES, Tu««., Od. 29, 1974 Alabama's Lake Wheeler Is Picked As BASS Classic Site By AUBREY SHEPHERD TIMES Outdoor Writer The secret is out: Alabama's Lake Wheeler has been selected as OK site of the 1974 B.A.S.S. Classic, the world championship of bass fishing. One of a chain of four lakes created by TVA dams on the Tennessee River, Wheeler lies between Florence find Athens, Ala. Twenty-nine fishermen and a like number of news media representatives spent Sunday night in New Orleans and flew to Alabama on Monday. The media representatives are to accompany the fishermen as observers and may fish tor cash Kent Waldrep Still Serious BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Texas Christian University halfback Kent Waldrep remained in serious condition Sunday after u n d e r g o i n g spinal surgery following an injury sustainec here against the University o Alabama Saturday afternoon. TCU team physician Dr Richard Morawitz of University of Alabama Medical Center said Sunday: "Waldrep's condition is the same as before surgery -- fhej have removed the body of th fifth cervical (neck) vertabra and found that the dura, o tough outer covering of th spinal cord, had been torn am the cord badly bruised. "There has been no retun of function to any of the area found to be paralyzed yester day." Waldrep was injured durin the second quarter while carry Ing the ball. He landed on hi head and was immediate! paralyzed from the neck down Etier said. wards. The 29 fishermen competing n Hie classic earned the right compete for the $15,000 first rize bv winning points in at east one of five national tour- aments held during the year. ,ast year's champion Rayo Jreckenridgc of Paragould rk., was given an automatic ntry in order to defend his tie. In previous years other ares ishermen have won the classic. lobby Murray of Hot Springs ·on the initial B.A.S.S. classic 1 1971. Tulsa's Don Butler won he 1972 classic. In 1972 Ricky 3reen of Arkadelphia finishec econd. Tuesday is practice day fo; v. pros, with competition se' or Wednesday, Thursday, anc Friday. E a c h contestant ma veigh in 10 bass of at leas' 2 inches length each day. First Boxing Match CLEVELAND (AP) -- Th Hungarian Olympic team an he United States National AAl .earn will have their first box ing match in the United State on Nov. 30 in the newly-opene Coliseum here. The U.S. team is returnin from a trip to Poland where won three consecutive matche. Ashe Breezes PARIS -- Top-seeded Arthi Ashe of Miami, Fla., beat Er Deblicker of France, 6-3, 6-2 the first-round of the $54,OC Paris Open Indoor Tennis Tou n a ment. Bob Rule Signed MILWAUKEE -- The M waukee Bucks signed fre agent Bob Rule, who had bee waived earlier this season Cleveland and Philadelphia. Hard To Control Harvey Catchings of t h e Philadelphia 76ers manages (o keep control of (he b a l l despite pressure from Cornell Warner of the Milwaukee Bucks. The action came Mem- Earnings Record CLEVELAND -- Earl Anthony of Tacoma, Wash., set a PBA seaso nearnings record by capturing the Cleveland Open. The S5,000 first prize raised Anthony's 1974 winnings to $88,255. the 'most ever won by a pro bowler in one year. MacPhail Merries MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Lee MacPhail, president of baseball's American League, has married Gwendolen Brandt Dayton of Wayzata, Minn. The wedding was Saturday at St. James Episcopal Church in Scarsdale, N.Y. day in NBA action during the Hull of Fame game played in Springfield, Mass; (AP Wife phnto) McKesson-Bexel F A L L S A L E 1/3 Price ihru Nov. 30 East Side of Square Foreman-All: Facts, Figures KINSHASA, Zaire (AP) -acts and figures tor the corse foreman-Muhammad li heavyweight championship ihl: Silo -- the 62.800-seat Sla- :tim of thu 20lh of May. Time -- 4 a.m. Wednesday in iiire-lp p.m., EST, Tuesday in ic United States. Distance -- 15 rounds. Records -- Foreman. 40-0, 37 nockoutsi AH, 44-2, 31 knock .its. Purse -- $5 million fpr each ghter. Officials -- A referee and two udgcs to be named later today. Scoring -- 10 points to the ·inner of a round and nine 01 ess to the loser, and 10 each or an even round. Television -- Closed circuit li ome 425. locations in the Jnited Slates and Canada Closed-circuit, live home tele ision and delayed to about 100 ountries. Promoters -- The govern ment of Zaire, Video Tech liques, Inc., Hemdale Leisure 3orp. and Don King Produc ions. Beaver Level Beaver Lake level s t o o i .oday at 1118,63 feet above se; level. Engineers report tha the generators are not bein, used. V AUGHN* BATTERY Jf -2/ Rollen Smith Says CSU Had 'Best Passing We've Seen' Rollen Smith could not be! ccused of not giving every- hing he had nfter the victory vcr Colorado Slate. "We knew Ihey were going be « tough passing learn cfore the game even started," ic Hazorbacks all-conference ornerback said after the 43-9 iclory over the lop passing earn in the country. 'They had le best passing attack we've een all year, and that Willie lillcr has got lo be one of the est receivers in the country." Rollen saw more of the back f Colorado Staes's number 13 Miller's number) than he vould have liked toi "On that iass they completed over t h e m'ddle lo Miller, I came all Ihc vay across the field, and when saw I was the last man who :ould catch him, I guess I just cached back and found a lilUe ixlra burst of speed from iomewhere. He was so fast, lidn't think I could catch him." Rollen did oatch up to him making a fine open field tackle 'hat saved a touchdown. "When : see someone in front of me, he one thing I want to do is top him from scoring. II vouldn't have made any dif- erence who we were playing ecause I feel the same way or every team we play. Rollen's steady play thl« cason finally paid off on ths ast play of the third quarter, vhen he intercepted a stray pass by Jack Graham and re- urned.it 47 yards to the CSU 10-yard line. "I was just playing my position, and the quarterback threw it right to me," he said. "I would have liked to '. run it in for the score, but their"., back had a good angle on me,; and I finally ran out of room. :.' "OVerall, I thought the defen-'; sive backs could have done a 3etter job. We gave up over ·· 300 yards passing. But we won- the game where H really" counts." ". Stalworth With Knicks N E W YORK -- Dav. S t a l l w o r t h , w h o forrncrl} jlayed with the New Yorl Knicks, rejoined his old NB/ team as a free agent. ENJOY! KING EDWARD one or V O T E F O R A candidate from ward one but a representative of all wardi. ERNEST LANCASTER POSITION NO. 1 Fayi-tteville Board of Dirc-ctuis Subject to General Election November 5 Your Vole and Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated Paid Pol. Adv. by Ernest Lancaster YouPick'Em . OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK , Games for week ending Nov. 2 I Game No. 1 . i - Came No. 2 --... I Game No. 3 -· ' Game No. 4 ...-- I Gams No. S -·· I Game No. ( Game No. T · -·· I Game No. 8 I Game No. 9 .. Game No. 10 ..... I Game No. 11 -.. 1 Game No. 12 Game No. 13 -- . I Game No. 14 ... -- 'Game No. 15 -- · I f Game No. 16 ..._ I Game No, 17 -·· I TIE BREAKER (Predict Correct Score) 1 Arkansas v* Texas Name T · Address You Pick 'Em Rules 1. You can win $35.00 cash each week. Just be the one who picks the most winners from the games listed in the advertisements appearing on this page under the You Pick 'Em headline. A tie game counts as a loss unless you have called the He. Do not pick scores. In the event there are two or more entries tie- ing for first place, the ene picking the winner and closest score of the tie-breaking game will receive the $35 prize. Decision of the judges will be final. Z, Enter the name of the team you select as the winner of each game or write the word "lie" opposite game No. 1, No. 2, etc., on the entry form reproduced at the left, or on a separate sheet of paper. S. Entries are limited to one per person. Entrants much be at least 12 years old to be eligible. i. All entries for (his week's contest must he in the Northwest Arkansas Times office by 9 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 2. 5. Mail your entries to: You Pick 'Em Contest Northwest Arkansas TIMES P. 0. Drawer D Fayefteville, Arkansas 72701 (Please write your name and address plainly.) 6. This contest is not open to em- ployes or families of employes of (he Northwest Arkansas TIMES. 7. Name of winner will be published on this page next week. TBALL LAST WEEK'S WINNER: Linda S. Cross Route 2. Fayette'ville, Ark. Two perfect entries thin week *rtd Linda's tie-breaker prediction was off by 17 points from the actual score. The other entry was off by 18 points, so Linda wins the $35, CONIES! 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