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10--Columbus Telegram Columbus, Nebraska Wednesday, May 26, 1976 BASEBALL Home Runs National League: Kingman, NY 16; Schmidt, Phil 15; Merchants, Garland play tonight CITIZEN SMITH Columbus Merchants, Major League Standings By United Press International National League East Monday, Chi and Cey, LA 8' weathered out on Sunday with W. L. Pet GB Foster.CinandCedeno.Hou7.' Schuyler, get back in action 25 9 .735 -- American League: Yastrzem- tonight at 8 p.m. against 22 17 .564 y/i ski, Bos and Hendrick, Clev 8; Garland in a Bicentennial 22 19 .537 6te Horton, Del, Otis, KC and Ford, Baseball League game at 16 19 .457 914 Minn 7. ' Pawnee Park. Columbus 17 23 .425 11 Legion Midget Blues and 16 22 .421 11 Runs Batted In Schuyler Midgets play in the West National League: Kingman, 5:30 p.m. game. W. L. Pet. CB NY 36; Foster, Cin 35; Schmidt, Columbus is 2-0 with 26 15 .634 -- Phil 34; Monday, Chi 30; Perez, thrilling one-run victories 24 15 .615 1 Cin and Winfield, SD 29. over Staplehurst, 4-3, and 20 19 .513 5 American League: Rudi, Oak Osceola, 54. Winning pitchers 18 25 .419 9 32; Burroughs, Tex 30; Munson in both games went to relief 15 26 .366 11 NY 28; Chambliss, NY 27; efforts by Bruce Busse 15 27 .357 11% Yastrzemski, Bos, Horton, Det, against Staplehurst and Doug ;. Mayberry, KC and Ford, Minn Wurdinger against Osceola. · AmerlcanLeagueStandtags 26. Tonight's starter on the hill · By United Press International could be righthanders Wur- Stolen Bases dinger or Don Detennan or GB National League: Morgan, left y Busse - - Cin 16; Cedeno, Hou 14; Probable starting lineup for 4 Griffey, Cin 10; Buckner, LA the Merchants is as follows: 5 andMangual,MH9. Ron ziola second; Randy 5% American League: North W i e s e r , t h i r d - . 6 Oak 20- Patek KC and Baylor Mark Mueller, short; Dave 7 Oak 19: Camoaneris. Oak 16: Lindgren, center; Dwayne Phila Pitsbrgh New York Montreal St. Louis Chicago ; ''- LosAngel Cincin San Diego Houston Atlanta SanFran New York Baltimore Boston Cleveland Milwaukee Detroit KansasCity ;Texas Chicago ·Minnesota Oakland California East W L Pet. 22 13 .629 18 17 .514 17 18 .486 17 19 .472 14 17 .452 14 19 .424 West W L Pet. 22 12 .647 21 14 .600 18 16 .529 18 18 .500 17 23 .425 15 27 .357 "Driving through Indianapolis this time of year can get kind of hectic!" Millard COpS We sophomore 'A' crown on Olympic Sheet team GB OMAHA, Neb. (UPI) - Millard scored the winning run on a walk as it downed Omaha Westside 3-2 Tuesday to capture the state hieh Carew'MinrSobr and Henry, firstV'paui^opick; school Class A baseball Olympics as a member of the Ortenzio. Gary Martz and Bil Rivera NY 14' «Sht; Dan Steiner, catching; championship. United States skeet shooting Sudakis off losing pitchei nm.i»,Hii». ,, ,. . . . . ,, _ _ , _ ,, Bob Billinger blasted a two- team. Simmons tied with John I-arrv Riser. run homer in the opening Satterwaith as TO-champion inning to give Westside an when each finished the 300- NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI) -- Brad Simmons, a Yale sophomore from Tyler, Tex., will go to the 1976 Summer 11 31 15 31 · Major League Leaders : Leading Batters : (based on 75 at bats) National League : G. AB Robinson, Pitt : 26 83 Milner, NY 24 84 McBride, St.L 25 98 Rose, Cn 39 159 Crawford, St.L 32 105 Radr,SD32 114 ToiT,NY33 87 Grf[y,Cn34 138 01vr,Ptt32 126 Fostr,Cn34 140 American League G AB R H LFlr.Dt 28 117 21 47 Crty,Clv33 121 : Dent,Chi34 126 i Brtt.KC 34 136 ; Bostock, Minn ! 29 107 : Patk,KC32 104 i Lynn,Bs27 99 i Staub,Dt33 113 ', Hrrh,Tx32 114 '· Pitching Most Victories National League: Jor.ss, SD 9-2; Lonborg, Phil 7-0; Fryman, Mil 6-2; Hough, LA M; Koosman, NY, Christenson, Phil and Rooker, Pitt 5-1; Billingham, Cin, Reuss, Pitt, McGlothen, St.L and Montefus- Ron Walters, Pat Sackett, or Mike Sneed in left. Garland come in at 1-1, losing on May 19 to Seward, 12-2, while nipping Schuyler, 8-6 in 18 innings. Manager Burt Brazee's club will continue on the hand stand by facing Seward on Sunday, May 30 at 8 p.m. First game is Wednesday, R ' H - ^ R ^ ^ t , r a r d ' H O U W ; ^ ^ ^ 15 35 16 16 12 32 22 21 20 14 22 · Olis.KC 33 130 i Bnds.Cl 33 124 14 20 14 16 15 373 American League: Slaton, Mil 6-1; Tiant, Bos 6-2; 359 Fitzmorris, KC 5-1; Campbell, Minn 5-2; Tanana, Cal 5-3; 357 Palmer, Bait 5-5. ^365 Earned Run Average .362 (based on 27 Innings pitched) .351 National League: Metzger, .345 SD 0.96; Lavelle, SF 1.35; Softball Results Mon'i Foil Pilch Softball ding, 1 : .341 Zachry, Cin 1.60; Murray, Mtl B.llwood 4 6 .341 1.93; Forsch, Hou 2.00. Sk! Loung. '.'.'.'. 4 \ .336 American League: Garland, p«'«»°' · · · I Bait 1.45; Travers, Mil 1.90; cTpl.T. ] \ Pet. Alexander, Bait 1.91; Carroll, p.non's o 3 .402 Chi 2.03; Pole, Bos, Wood, Chi *··" Kom.r... 1. \'.'.'.'.'.'.'. o 4 .364 and Lindblad, Oak 2.25. Brown D "*»l ° ·" OJQ Gom«i Tonight: ·TM 7:45 -C-K Pinning vs. Long Bron- ·3« Strikeouts * · National league: Seaver NY ''DO-Brown Derby vs. Ko.n Kor- .346 68; Richard, Hou 53; Niekro, "*' ·337 All and MontefuSCO, SF 52; Women'i Fast Pilch Softball ·333 Richard, Hou 49; Lolich, NY 47 Oom.i Tonight: ·327 American League: Ryan, Cal ^oo-Camp.rland vs. p.rson's early lead. But Millard came back with three runs in the fifth inning for the victory. John Reid opened the rally with a single, Troy King walked and Jeff Hunter added another single before Dave Villani and Tom Beeson belted run scoring singles. Tom Paasch drew a walk with the bases loaded to force in the winning run. Gary Nolting went the dis- tance for Millard for the victory, while starter Jim Larkin got the loss for Westside. _ Millard 000 030 0-3 91 Westside 200 000 0-2 60 Nolting and Beeson; Larkin, University of Nebraska at Watson (5) and Benak. WP- Omaha and Chadron are ny; Bruno and Sudakis. WP- Wolting LP-Larkm. HR-West- among the early registrants. Bruno(2-0).LP-Kiser(l-l). side, Billinger. - · · · ' bird shoot with a 292 total. Two later shootoffs also resulted in ties. State college athletes in Midstates go C O Z A D -- M o s t o f Nebraska's state colleges will have representatives in the Midstates Federation Track Field Championships at Cozad, Monday, May 31st. Kearney State, Hastings, Doane, University of Nebraska at Lincoln, victim of no-hitter OMAHA, Neb. (UPI) - Oklahoma City's John Mon- tague pitched a no-hitter Tuesday to give the 89ers a 1-0 victory over the Omaha Royals in the opener of an A m e r i c a n Association doubleheader. Omaha came back in the nightcap for an 8-2 win. In his filth straight win, Montague walked seven batters and struck out three. Montague got in trouble in the fifth inning, when he loaded the bases on three straight walks. But with two outs, Omaha's Steve Staggs hit a fly ball to the centerfielder, who caught it to end the inning. Wayne Nordhagcn's home run for Oklahoma City in the second inning proved the winning difference. Omaha scored three runs in the opening inning of the second game on a walk and consecutive doubles by Frank Ortenzio, Gary Martz and Bill :r larry Riser. The Royals made it 8-0 in the fourth inning with five unearned runs on two errors, a sacrifice fly and six walks -- three of them with the bases loaded. Oklahoma City's only runs came in the fifth inning, when Lonnie Smith tripled in one and Rick Bosetti singled in the other. 1st Game Oklahoma City 010 000 0-141 Omaha 000 00004)01 Montague and Nahoradny; McClure and Patchin. WP- Montague (5-0). LP-McClure (0- 3). HR-Nordhagen (5). §PORT §HORTS By PAUL ERNST Huskers On TV....The Oklahoma-Nebraska football game will be on television. The game was originally scheduled for Nov. 20 at Lincoln but has been rescheduled for Nov. 26--a Friday. Holding the game on Friday might create somewhat of a change in plans for Nebraska fans. But you can bet they'll fill the stands for what looks like a very important contest. Of course Nebraskans are hoping both teams will enter this game undefeated'and will be battling for the whole ball of wax--loop championship, undefeated season, Orange Bowl bid and the national crown. Oklahoma is the defending national champ. . The Sooner-Husker tilt will probably start at noon, being the first part of a doubleheader. Change in dates may also interfere with depature dates for Hawaii by Nil fans. The game at Hawaii is set for Dec. 4. Top Audience....According to reports, the Muhammad Ali-Richard Dunn title bout Monday night attracted 58,5000,000 television viewers. NBC says this a record for home TV watchers. The previous boxing TV audience mark was the All- Ron Lyle match seen by 54,800,000 on ABC last May. Quarter Horse Racing.. Racing....Second season of quarter horse racing season opens Thursday night at Broken Bow. There will be 20 sessions with nine races each day, with perhaps 11 on Friday when the futurity trials are scheduled. · Broken Bow is the first stop and the other is Deshler in July. Bowling banquet held at Humphrey H U M P H R E Y - T h e iiiuv.iiv.uii League· iiijaii. »jiii - . _. f, -S *:· Tanana - Cal 73 ' Blvleve ". S£3£.H,i,..ci.*. .323 Minn 60; Gossage, Chi 54; .323 Hunter, NY 46. Ak-Sar-Ben entries Men's Slow Pilch Softball Games Thursday: 6:30-- Olson Const, vs. Henke Cement. 7:45-- Pabst Blue Ribbon vs. R.W. Beck. 9:00-- Wunderlich's vs. Lystads. Women's Softball League Results: B-D ................ 16 9 3 Bellwood ............. 4 6 4 WP-- Lois Houdek LP-- P. Kozlcek ! OMAHA - A k - 5 a r - B e n Race 1 Entries tor Thursday May 11 Post ! Time 4:00 P.M. ! FIRST RACF -- Purse $4,500 Four ! Year Olds and Up Claiming Price I S3,5M One Mile and One Sixteenth ! Rod's Pal -- Williams -- x112 ! Weziie - EcQffey -- 112 1 Bully Prince -- Mtddagh -- xxx!07 j Songman's Son -- Maple -- 117 j New Deed -- Jones -- 117 I Harkville -- No Boy -- 117 ; Fire Donn -- King -- 120 ' ; J.C.'s Joy -- Cuddle - 117 ; Deduction - Dv Whited - 117 ; Love btiow Bii - Compton - 120 ! Sab's History - Bruges -- 130 ; rabosa flat - Pettinger -- 117 ! ALSO ELIGIBLE 1 Nurse's Station -- Greer -- 112 ! Miss Jody R. -- Compton - 112 ; What A Blend - Rettele - 117 ; Powder Ridge -- A. Herrera -- 117 ' Patois -- Lively -- 112 i Official Man - No Boy -- 117 · SECOND RACE -- Purse $4,200 · Four Year Olds and Up Claiming · Price $2,500 Six Furlongs ; Col. John C - Orona - 117 ; Purser's l-olly Ecoftey - 12! ; Upper Income - Maple - 115 ; Loons Buster -- Williams - x117 I Michael's Charger -- Compton -- 115 : Royal Red Wing - Baxter-- 114 I Lori's Jet -- Rettele -- 110 ; Amies Joy - Switzer - 110 ! Jovial Jay Kay -- No Boy - 117 i Tonka Warrior - Dn Whited -- 119 ! Tudor's Fool -- No Boy -- 115 : Crack Shot - Cuddle - 117 · ALSOEL1GIBLE . D. Flash - Pettinqer - 117 } Get Em All - Anderson - 117 j First Elk - A. Herrera - 117 ; Elm River Bandit - Pascocciello -- .x105 : Mary Ann L ~ Hill -- 114 · Charming K -- No Boy -- 110 ; THIRD RACE - Purse 15,000 Two , Year Old Maiden Colts and Geldings . Five Furlongs Land of Peace -- Anderson -- 118 · Senator Bdffler - Dv Whited - 118 Majestic Lee -- Schwankhort - xl!3 ! Boyardo -- No Boy -- 118 Four Door John -- Harmon -- llB . Ralph's Ruler - No Boy ~ 118 incognito Boy -- Engle -- 118 Big Rambler Greer - 118 Calf Me Foolish ~ DW Whited -- 118 Sir Giles - Maple - 118 Sooner Paque - Hill - 11B Proud Sam -- Lively -- 118 ALSO ELIGIBLE Orphaned Wind -- Brown - lie Lanyons Lad - Williams - x113 Lanyons Sun -- Orona -- 118 'Bold Cactys - Jones - 118 1 Pour Le Merit -- Compton -- 118 Clever Jr. - Pascocciello - 111 FOURTH RACE - Purse $7,500 Three Year Old F illics Allowance Six · Furlongs aLady on the Loose -- Pettingcr -- 117 ·Lively Doll -- Maple - 117 Littir Rluesette - Lively - 130 Ye Hrpcat - Dv Whited - 114 Molly's Princess -- Peterson - 117 Randi's Bauble -- Harmon -- 11* .aTiz R. - Anderson - 117 Elusive Princess - Brown -- 117 Georgy D'Or - Williams - X112 Cariscat - No Boy -- iu Eye's The One - Peterson - 117 Screenplay -- A. Herrsra -- 117 a Entry L. Fraiee Trained FIFTH RACE - Purse $7,000 Nebraska Bred Three Year Olds Claiming price 17,500-7,000 Six Furlongs Fleet Rascal - j. Rettele - 116 Master Shad -- No Boy -- 116 Gay Fashion -- Greer - 108 Lil Funny Face - Brown - ill Bea's Fleet - Williams : x!09 Chester V -- Baxter -- 116 Brown Bobbie - Petersen - 113 Solid Count - Ecoffcy -- 113 Toxic Dealer -- Greer -- 114 Nap The Rowdy -- Allardyce -- 113 Twilight Cay -- King -- 111 Fleet Navan - Harmon - 116 ALSO ELIGIBLE Prince of Kany - Williams - xlll Choice Flyer -- Williams - x!08 Sturdy Marcy -- A. Herrera -- 108 Schipplns -- Schwanknart -- xios Tratfic Dancer -- Sanchez -- 108 Teas Tick - No Boy -- 108 SIXTH RACE - Purse$8,500 Three and Four Year Olds Allowance One Mile and Seventy Yards a-Cornus Hill -- No Boy -- 117 Sonny's Silver -- Schwankhart -- x!07 Ulta Energy - Peterson - 122 Cordial Prince -- King -- 122 Our Blade - Greer- 117 Rudarco -- Pettinger -- 117 Skipper Round -- No Boy -- 119 a-Great Classic -- No Boy -- 117 Ribot Bandit - Brown - 117 Blue's Grey - Maple - 109 Top Job -- Harmon -- 117 a-Entry Jack Van Berg Trained SEVENTH RACE -- Purse $12,000 Four Year Olds and Up Allowance Six Furlongs Pdppa Hans -- Anderson -- 132 Splendid Guarantee -- Schwankhart - x114 Red Drifter -- Hill -- 122 Miss Sarpy co-inty -- Maple -- 117 My Native Land -- Greer -- 115 Cashier - Engle - 115 Brets Kicker -- Lively -- 119 Lake Nail - Orona - 122 F.IGHTH RACE - Purse $7,500 Three Year Olds Claiming Price $10,000-9,000 One Mile and One Six- teenth Kembro -- Lively - 116 Canyon Pixie -- Schwankhart -- xl04 Tudor's Image -- Engle -- 116 o-ldle Force -- Maple -- 122 Poverty's Jim -- Williams -- xUI Glad Count -- Orona -- 112 Tiziopolis - Cuddle - 112 Corn Sprout - Pettinger - 116 b Tough Joey -- Santsge - 122 Judge's Verdict -- No Boy -- 112 Rose Power -- Williams -- x!02 Schleswig Holstein -- Hill -- 116 ALSO ELIGIBLE Friday -- Peterson -- 117 b-Native War -- Williams -- x!06 a-Hesweight - Maple - 116 a-Entry J. H. Wright Jr. Trained b-Entry H. Roberts Trained NINTH RACE - Purse$8,500 Four Year Olds and up Claiming Price $12,500 10,000 One Mile and Seventy Yards Who Can Say - Williams - xllO Sugar Dust -- Harmon -- 114 Somali Royale -- No Boy -- 115 a Dubill -- Mapt* -- 122 Who's Commander -- No Boy -- 115 Tracy's Jel -- Lively - 115 Ever Amaiing -- Dv Whited -- 115 De Elsie's Girl -- Pettinger -- 110 Perkins County - No Boy - 115 Rowdale Boy -- Grecr -- 117 China Zeal ~ Dan Whited - 117 Devil's Fool - EcoHcy - 115 ALSO ELIGIBLE a Double Bourbon -- Maple -- 115 a Entry Hoss Inmsn Trained x-Oenotes 5 Ib. apprentice allow, xx-Denotes 7 Ib. apprentice allow. xxx-Denotes 10 Ib. apprentice allow. Ak-Sar-Ben race results OMAHA (UPI)-Resultsof Tuesday's races at Ak-Sar- Ben: 1st Race: Rough Kid 10.80, G.OO, 5.00; Love Show Biz 35.40, 15.80; Krooks in Sack 10.60. 2nd Race: Test Run 4.80, 3.00, 2.60; Preacher Jim 4.20, 3.20; Incarnate's Image 16.80. Daily Double: Nos. 3-6; paid $23.00. · 3rd Race: Miss Mido 22.20,. 9.40, 6.80; Smart Double 4.20, 3.20; Fiddle A Dee 4.40. 4th Race: Four No Trump 28.60,13.80,12.20; Jim's Note 8.00, 6.20; Sing N Talk 9.20. Exacta: Nos. 11-1; paid Named coach at role NEW HAVEN, Conn. (UPI) -- Richard Kentwell, coach of the United States Men's Field Hockey Team, has been named fulltime women's field hockey and lacrosse coach at Yale University. Kentwell, 29, is a native of Winchester, England. KEN KING -- Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam King of Fullerton won the 90- pound Regional Boxing Championship in Mar- shalltown, Iowa and will now advance io the Notional AAU Boxing Tour- nament in Detroit, Mich., June 23-26. Also winning from ihe area was Tim Christensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Christensen of rural Central City. 5th Kace: Clem's Queen 15.00,11.00,8.40; Citrus Caper 9.20, 8.40; Siramso 9.60. 6th Race: Shoeshiner 15.60, 10.80, 4.60; Kenya A. 7.00, 4.20; Lady All 3.00. Exacta: Nos. 1-3; paid $140.40. 7th Race: Ride The Bubbles 14.80, 3.80, 2.60; Methdioxya 2.60, 2.20; Jim Reeves 2.60. 8th Race: King Swaps 7.00, 4.00,3.00; Stanton County 6.00, 3.40; Patch Eye 2.80. 9th Race: Bronze Rail 4.40, 2.60, 2.40; Yellow Light 4.40, 3.40; On His Own 3.40. Exacta: Nos. 7-6; paid 30.90. Attendance: 12,796. Mutuel Handle: $1,151,575. Eddie Dibbs in second BOSTON (UPI) -- Eddie Dibbs vaulted into .second place in the Grand Prix of Tennis standings by winning his third West German Open title in four years. The 25-year-old baseline player from Miami earned 80 points with his five-set win over Manuel Orantes of Spain at the tournament in Ham- burg. Orantes leads the standings, announced Tuesday, with 145 points. Dibbs has 80 points, followed by Hans Kerry of Austria with 75, Australia's Mark Edmondson with 70 and Wojtek Fibak of Poland with 65. The leading finishers at year's end will share $1 million in prize money. Included in the open men's division from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln is Lee Kunz, an outstanding discus performer with a record throw of 195.4". Several other Husker teammates are ex- pected to join Kunz in the Cozad field. Mike .Keller the Jaycee chairman of the holiday carnival has announced that ' final selections for the "Bicentennial Mile" have been made. The group which will be limited to a dozen runners also includes 3 out- standing Colorado prep distance stars and one from South Dakota. Timers for the meet in- clude--Veteran Judge, Dutch Z o r n - G o t h e n b u r g ; Gil C a r r a n z a - C o z a d ; Dick O'Neill-Pleasanton; Dale Bubak-Tekamah; Dan Moore- Ansley; Mike DeDeterding- Ansley and Elroy Pierce- Eustis. Entries are still being ac- cepted for the Monday meet. Entry blanks and other in- formation may be obtained from Keller or by contacting the Cozad Chamber of Commerce. The meet is sponsored by the Cozad Jaycees. Moeller gets Navy awards ANNAPOLIS (UPI) - Football star Chet Moeller has become the first winner of both the Naval Academy's top athletic awards since Roger Staubach. The Academy announced Tuesday that Moeller, an All- America defensive back, will receive the Naval Academy Athletic Association Sword and -the Thompson Trophy Cup. 2nd game Okalahoma City 000 020 0-283 .Omaha 300 500x4 51 ,,, ,, Riser, Hernais (4), Wallace Vomens Sparetime Bowling (4), Boitano (5) and Nahorad- ^ ag !l c , An " ual ^T? 1 ^ held Thursday night at Klub 81 with 57 members present. Trophies were handed out to Farmers Co-op team who won the Roll Off against Village Shoppe. Village Shoppe had the seasons high series ,2173 and high game 868. Highest individual game was rolled by Mary Ann Korth 226 and Sharon Heesacker had high series, 592. Election of officers resulted in Ann Denkinger being re- elected as President. Jane Ternus vice president, Lorraine K. Mausbach secretary, and Nell Kruse Sgt. at Arms, and Alice Stenger, Treasurer. BOWLING COLUMBUS BOWL RESULTS: Columbus Bowl C of C Tour- nament Results: v Women-- 1, Chadderboxes, 2,956; 2, Ladies Columbus Tour- nament, 2,901 ; 3, Eagles Auxiliary, 2,883; 4, Green Music, 2,867:5^0^05,2,863. Men-- 1 , Pal's Store For Homes, 3,068; 2, Chadderboxes, 2,991 ; 3, Columbus Bowl, 2,916; 4, Cesh Swine System, 2.910; 5, Yankee Clippers, 2.868 and Triple-F- Feeds, 2,868. Fourly-tow. teams participated. Mr. and Mrs. Tournament leaders for second weekend: Gary and Barb Badje, Colum- bus, 2,364; Wayne and Mary Lou Stallings. Osceola, 2,289; Bob and Mary Lou Lutjens. Humphrey, 2,229; Narma and Larry Gilmore, Humphrey, 2,224; Helen and Pat Alingren, Omaha. 2,224; Edgar and Wilma Krumland. Columbus, 2,217; Eldon and Mary Chilsten- sen, Columbus, 2,214; Ted and Sally Heinen. Humphrey, 2,210. High Scratch: Badje's 2,334. Ladies Doubles -- Gloria Os.len, 197, 518; Osten-Schmidt. 347. 944. Dan Force 200, Pat Force 213, Rod Kroeker 202, Dove Mit- chell 204, Fred Leonhard 2 1 0. 2 plus 1 -- Harry Carlson, 246 201, 609; Gary Muth, 235 236 644; Pro-Arns, 574. 1.644. Ladies Summer-- Donno Mat- son, 200, 519; Opals, 649, 1,780, Big 1 2 Summer-- Pat Force 202, 575; Marilyn Krieg, 184. 475; Indiana, 639- Missouri 1.787. Ail-American -- Don Brockhaus 218; Dan Force, 568; Bonnie Hack, 1 87: Ann Wozny and Gloria Muth, 485; Duke, 690, 1,920, Junior Summer-- Chris Nelson, 192, 496; Patti Chavanu, 100 264. Eagles Mixed-- Lorraine Egger. 214, 516; Kon Mauer. 179, 501; Yankee Clippers, 71 7, 1 ,763. BOULEVARD LANES RESULTS: Tuesday Night Mixed-- Ringo Tichota, 1 82, 534; Sony Gonsliow, 175; Kathy Gallo, 460; Mixed Nuts, 640, 1,803. FREE SERVICE DEMONSTRATION DAY FRIDAY-MAY 28 You bring em in and we'll fix 'em up...FREE! Bring in your Coleman Outing Products and 3 Coleman factory ex- pert will inspect and service your Coleman camping gear for free. Repair parts not in- cluded. While you're here...see the demonstration of the com- plete line ol Coleman Snow- lite' Jugs and Coolers. famous Camp Stoves, Lan- terns. Catalytic Heaters, Tents and Sleeping Bags. Let us prove why Coleman h "The Greatest Name in the Great Outdoors." GIBSON'S I DIJCOUMT CINTIR, ~ = * == --' ----· 4300 · 23rd St. Columbus, Nebr. '76 GRADUATES Do your Plans include: · College? · VocationalSchool? ·Travel? · Job Training? · Adventure? We've got 'em! And a chance to your own thing. Call your Army Representative Sgt. DEL TEAAPLETON OR TOM BITZEL Call Today. 564-2514 Join the people who've Joined the Army. THE RACES ARE STARTING! Friday-May 28th-8:30PM| HOBBY STOCK CAR RACES I AT THE DAVID CITY SPEEDWAY! David City, Nebr. EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT - 8:30 PM MAY 27 THRU AUGUST 13 Sponsored by the David City Jaycees Friday: $20,000-Added The Lady Sponsors'Stakes Saturday. $Z5,QOO-Added His Majesty's Council Handicap )55 .. ;J Monday, Memorial Day: $25000-Added The Hingis Handicap Special Memorial Day Post Time: i^pm. Gates open at 11:30 am. No Racing Tuesday June Ak-Sar-Ben Racing '76. Post Times: 4 pm. Weekdays. 2 pm. ;1M '-"- ; -" Sat. and Holidays. 9 Races Daily. Daily Double amf 3 ^^Sm^s^ief ExuctasDaily. Free Parkinefor m nnn » · , . . . ? . 10,000 .cars. Air conditioned clubhouse. $5.00 per seat including admission. Coats re- quired. General admis- sion $1.50. Ak'SarBen Now thru st?

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