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Geraghty resigns at Lakeview High Lakeview High School Board of Education Friday night accepted the resignation of boys basketball coach Dennis P. Geraghty. Geraghty has been at the rural Platte County school for four years, after two years at Preston, la., and one year as junior varsity coach at North Dakota State. His career coaching record is 71-53 with his best year at Lakeview coming in his first season, 16-6, the best mark in the school's history. DENNIS GERAGHTY Geraghty credited his first year success to "super in- dividual talent - Jim PUlen, Steve Goering, Rick Thomas, Darrel Rickert. We had the talent but ran out of people like that after that season." His final two campaigns at Lakeview cut into what would have been an excellent career record. His Vikings finished 4- 14 in 19776 and 2-17 this year. "I can't say this year was disappointing, we played with four underclassmen," he commented today. "They have the foundation for next year with the top four scorers back." Geraghty said he has been blessed with two "great" assistant coaches during his tenure at Lakeview. Ron Greenwall aided him his first two years with Columbus High graduate Bob Hopp taking over the final two years. Hopp worked with Geraghty all four years, the first as a graduate assistant and the second with the fresh- men. Geraghty said he doesn't ' have any definite plans but does hope to get back to Iowa where he started his coaching career and where he attended college. He is a 1969 graduate of St. Ambrose College. He does plan to stay in coaching. Geraghty's wife Julie is a girls' coach at Lakeview. Mondoy. March 21, 1977 UN STADIUM Columbus, Nebraska Columbus Telegram--7 8,000 new seats planned LINCOLN." Neb. The University of Nebraska- Lincoln has devised a plan to finance an 8,000-seat ex- pansion at Memorial Stadium, but implementation of the plan and stadium construction depend on fan support. The NU Board of Regents Saturday accepted the stadium expansion plan, which calls for "testing the market" by giving Nebraskans less than a month to pre-order season football tickets for the 1978 season. Although current plans are for an 8,000-seat expansion, UNL Chancellor Roy Young said the number of seats could be increased if more than 8,000 Nebraskans order season tickets. Persons who currently hold season tickets, which are renewed annually, will not have to make special orders for 1978 season tickets, UNL officials said. "The cost of the (ad- ditional) seats will be paid for by applying one-half the in- come from those seats and by a surcharge on all tickets sold until any debt has been retired," Young said. Young estimated it would take seven or eight years to retire" debts incurred by the stadium expansion. He also said the surcharge must be approved by the Big Eight Conference before it is im- plemented. UNL said all orders for tickets, which cost $55.50 plus 50 cents for handling, must be received by April 16, at which time the board will decide whether to proceed with the expansion project. The board said the decision must be made in April to insure completion of the project by the 1978 season. UNL Athletic Director Bob Devaney said the response to the advance ticket sale will be a good guage of whether there is enough fan support to warrant the stadium ex- pansion. "This is the best way of taking a survey and being accurate," Devaney said. Several regents asked De- vaney what would happen if the Big Eight denied Nebraska's request to pay for the additional seats with a surcharge on tickets. "I think there's a very good chance that it will be allowed," Devaney said. Wilber Regent Robert Prokop last month suggested the regents consider pulling out of the Big Eight because he said Nebraska loses a lot of money by splitting its revenue with the conference. Prokop said again Saturday that there is a possibility Nebraska would withdraw from the league, but he said that determination probably will be made after the Big Eight votes on the proposed ticket surcharge. JOHN ARLT of Columbus hangs on tigl Mark" Koch of Winside during the championship match of the 65-80 pound class in the 7-8 grade division of the Columbus Wrestling Club Tournament. Arlt won the title. (Telegram Photo by Terry Anderson) n)U'Miu;sfTKii:;iJAM SPORTS Area boys, girls prep track preview Prep tournament attracts nearly 250 area wrestlers David City - /s D A V I D CITY-Dave Sklenary,a, 197§, statei. .placer, heads the crew of 14 returning lettermen and 18 other track members as the David City harriers open track season today in Crete. · The Scouts begin the campaign with the Crete Invitational. Sklenar, a senior, registered a jump of 44-4 in the triple jump last year for a fourth place finish in the Class C division. Before sending Sklenar to state last year the David City track squad captured the 1976 district championship. Kim Grubaugh, also a returing letterman, looks promising to third year track coach Gaylen Kamrath as the sophomore broke David City's high jump record with a 6-foot leap. Kamrath also noted sophomore Mark Chaney as an outstanding trackster. As a freshman, Chaney ran the 880 yard run in 2:05 and was a member of the 2 mile relay record holders. Mike Jones, Pat Riggleman and Jerry Rinnan are Kamrath's assistants. Shelby boys SHELBY-Bill Wilson will get his first taste of being head track coach March 30 :when the Shelby boys track team hosts a dual with Rising City. Wilson is a 1976 graduate of Kearney State College. John O'Brien will be acting as assistant coach. Wilson has 12 lettermen returning to the squad of 24, listing many of them as outstanding athletes. Shelby will participate in the Crossroads Conference meet in April and also the Hampton Invitational in May before competing at districts. Their Huskie Relays will be April 17 at York. Mod/son boys MADISON-Coach LeRoy Ernst expects to have the speed "to be tough in the relays" as the Madison boys track team suits up for their first meet March 28. The Dragons, will.be. competing in. a triangular with Wisner Pilger and West Point. Madison returns 12 letter winners from last year's fifth place West Husker Con- ference team. Ernst is optimistic as the Dragon harriers keep busy with four invitations before getting down to the con- ference and district meets in May. John Miller is aiding Ernst in coacfiing duties. Polk boys POLK-Polk tracksters open their season Saturday with the Henderson Relays and the services of returning vaulter, Matt Redman. Redman returns to the Cub roster after qualifying for state last year in the pole vault. The field athlete is one of several returning let- termen. A good part of the Polk schedule is made .up of in- vitations. The Cubs host an invitational April 1 and will travel to Ord, Palmer and Hampton to complete the schedule. Polk will attend the Goldenrod Conference meet in Central City. Mike Fleming is assistant coach. Nearly 250 wrestlers from northeast and central Nebraska participated in the annual Columbus Wrestling Club tournament Saturday at Senior High. The meet was for junior and senior high wrestlers and didn't include grade school athletes. A similiar meet for grades K-« will be held April 2. Columbus wrestlers, in- cluding Columbus High and Lakeview, gained 31 medals, including 11 championships in trie'25 classes. '"".. ' " · Individual -winners were (11-12 ,, grades) Kirk McAndrew, Rudy Glur, Craig Person, Collyn Florendo, (9-10 grades) Brian Thalken, Tom Sackett, Mark Stockman, (7-8 grades) John Arlt, Corey Florendo, Kelly Person, LeRoy Krueger. MEDALISTS 11-12: 105-117--1. McAndrew, Columbus; 2. Fuehrer, Norfolk; 3. Sohler, Norfolk; 4. Vanis, David City. 125-135-1. Glur, Columbus; 2. Arlt, Columbus; 3. Kotalik, South Sioux City; 4. Proskovec, Bruno, 143-152--1. Person, Columbus; 2. Bonge, Norfolk; 3. Gluase, Palmer; 4. Santier, Columbus. 155-176--1. Florendo, Columbus; 2. Doty, Tekamah; 3. Miller, Winside; 4. Strong, Stromsburq. Petty takes Atlanta 500 HAMPTON, Ga. (UPI) - Although Richard Petty obvi- ously was pleased with the $34,050 in cash and awards he won Sunday by taking the Atlanta 500 stock car race, he . had a tough time un- derstanding why. 177-189--1. Lydlck, Tekemah; 2. Sullivan, Palmer; 3. Kolallk, South Sioux City; 4. Jacobson, Wisner. Heavyweight--1. Granger, North Bend; 2. Hoeffs, Wisner; 3. Set- tlemyer, Columbus; 4. Georgesen, South Sioux City. 9-10: 79-94--1. Thalken, Columbus; 2. Lonowski, Stromsburg; 3. Herout, Columbus; 4. Wagner, Columbus. 96-113-1. Sackett, Columbus; 2. Chastain, Columbus; 3. Ratke, Wisner; 4. Van Seggern, Wisner. 115-126-1. Hoppe, Wanoo; 2. Arlt, Columbus; 3. Richardson, Butte; 4. Sassman, Wisner. 128-132-1. Kohl, Norfolk; 2. Rke, Columbus; 3. Anderson, Ames; 4. Brewster, Butte. 133-141-1. Evans, Albion; 2. Arment, ..Columbus; . 3. Hopp; 4. Knight, Tekamah. , · 142056--1. Nelson/central City; 2. Robinson, Columbus; 3. Schultz, Wisner; 4. Wettler, Hosklns. 157-173-1. Cole, Albion; 2.' Richards, Columbus; 3. Schwartz, Columbus; 4. Gay, Columbus. 184-191--1. Stockman, Columbus; 2. Rohman, Wahoo; 3. Meyer, Ptlger; 4. Janke, Winside. Heavyweight--1. Merrill, Grand Island; 2. Grace, Norfolk; 3. Ken- nedy, Central City; 4. Grlgsby, Central city. 7-B; - H 65-80--1. Arlt, Columbus; 2. Koch, Winside; 3. Woodward, Columbus; 4. sawyer. Central City. 83-90--1. Humpal, Butte; 2. Rlch- niond, Wahoo; 3. Pagal, Columbus; 4. Weir, Wood River. 93-95--1. Pflasterer, Schuyler; 2. Mellbusch, Columbus; 3. Carstensen, Wahoo; 4. Sawyer, Central City. 99-107--1. Florendo, Columbus; 2. Meis, Elgin; 3. Evans, Albion; 4. Harlow, Central City.. 110-116-1. Boiling, Central City; 2. Fulton, Columbus; 3. Wieseman, Osceola; 4. Johnson, Central City. 121 125-1. Lewis, Central City; 2. Swann, Albion; 3. Mackolan; 4. Webster, Wood River. 131-142-1. Person, Columbus; 2. Smith, Central City; 3. Prokesh, Wahoo; 4. Schuller, Central City. 145-159-Narenberg, Wahoo; 2. Hammons, Columbus; 3. Iverson, South Sioux City; 4. Podraza, Columbus. 160-183- 1. Davis, Wahoo; 2. Scott; 3. Setttemyer, Columbus. 205-299--1. Kruger, Columbus; 2. Sheles, .South Sioux City; 3. Gall, David City; 4. Webster, Wood River. Columbus team takes 2nd place A basketball team com- posed mostly of former Columbus High school players finished second in the Omaha Parks and Recreational tournament Friday. Danny Miller, Tom Heiser, Tom Zimmerman, Dick Hoth and Greg Warner were the Columbus players and John O'Leary, former Husker sridster. was also a member of the team which lost to an Omaha club in the Class B finals. HEAVY HIPS SCIENTIFIC HOME METHOD TO REDUCE HIPS, STOMACH, LEGS, THIGHS, KNEES, CALVES, ANKLES. LOSE UP TO 19-20-30 LBS. WITHOUT DRASTIC DIET OR EXERCISE OR PAY NOTHING! THE FUST PIKE THAI F»T SETTLES TO IS THE LOWER PART OF WUR BODY THIS IS ALSO THE FIRST PLACE THAT CAM LOSE THAT STORED UP FAT. THE "CALADIHE FORMULA" 45 HERE NOW! USE IT. A brand new remarkable 100% cltcclivc iruc hip reducing pill that really works has rcccnlly been developed. That will help curb your desire for food and Mill allow you lo enjoy most of the foods you are used lo You won't sutler hunger pangs. "The Caladme Formula is one of the strongest appelile suppressors available. You can lose as slow or as fast as you wish. It's up lo you. Take one in the a.m. or one in the p.m. lo curb appetite. 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FAMOUS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS KG shoot held Sunday at Albion ALBION--Fifty younsters from ages 11-14 participated in a free throw contest sponsored by the Knights of Columbus of Albion at the Albion High School gym- nasium Sunday. The contest was open to both boys and girls. Larry Milbourn was the chairman of the contest. Trophy winners were : Mary Agnes Fritton, Jay Bolin, Kevin Leifeld, Mike Closson, Jill Michael, Rick Tenski, and Shirley Borer. LOISEL TIDING AND INSULATION SIDING · Seamless Steel · Fiberglas · USS Steel · Cellulose · Globe · Rock Wool · Revere · Rapco Foam · Vinyl NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL FOR FREE ESTIMATES ... SEE LLOYD LAUSTEN or Call Collect 402-563-1890 OFFICE: 3404 23rd Street Columbus. Nebr. Curry Brothers proudly announces the shape of things to come... 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