his a fact inch 42 the on af- Bakersfield ex- 78. Maryland Gets Place On US Judo Squad Frank (Bucky) Rackley of Fresno has been awarded jlace on a four man squad Jnited States Olympic judo lopefuls who will make a day tour of South America March. Dr. Jerry Young of Coalinga, Coalinga, Central California AAU Â·epresentative; Tom Nagama- :su of Del Rey, president the Centra) California Black Belt Association, and Professor Professor Toshitaka Yamauchi of ?resno attended the AAU meetings in San Diego over the weekend. Rackley, for the past years the Central California A s s o c i a t i o n champion and runnerup for the National AAU heavyweight heavyweight titles, is a Fresno College student. Two tours were announced at the San Diego meetings. The first will be a six :eam with a coach and manager who will tour France in January. The second. will be South American group, will include in addition to Rackley, Rett Summerville Chicago, Clyde Devinna and Jim Bregman.