The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on December 4, 1970 · 28
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. . t 8 ' 28 The Mnroln Star Women's Lib Invades Net Scene Los Angeles (.0 Formation of the first women's professional tennis tour, featuring Billic Jean King, was announced at a press conference Thursday. A star-studded group, each of whom has been suspended by the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association when they protested inequality with men pros over prize money, has lined up eight tournaments in the first two months of 1971 with purses totaling $105,000. Larry King, husband of America's No. 1 player and Sports Complex Citizens' Suit To Be Dismissed Kansas City iff) A citizens suit attacking the validity of leases for the Harry S. Truman Sports Complex will be dismissed, and the sale of $13 million in bonds will be completed, negotiators announced Thursday. The lawsuit had been filed Wednesday by Robert Frager, an attorney for Russell C. Doll, an associate professor at the University of Missouri at Kansas City; Harold A. Harstad, and Truman Holman. Named defendants were the county court, ruling body of Jackson County; members of the sports authority, and the two prime tenants of the partly completed twin stadium complex the Kansas City Royals of the American Baseball league, and the Super Bowl football champions, the Kansas City Chiefs. Sports Director Near Magician On Big 8 Picks Kansas City, Mo. (UPI) -John Brooks, sports director of KWTV in Oklahoma City, did a semi-magical thing this football season. He predicted the exact order of the Big Eight Conference football race before the season. The feat was complicated by the fact that there were three ties. But Brooks' pre-season selections after the Big Eight skywriters tour were: 1. Nebraska; 2. (tie) Oklahoma and Kansas State; 4. i tie) Missouri, and Colorado; 6. i tie) Kansas and Oklahoma State; 8. Iowa State. And that was the exact finish. PARKING LOT SALE Fox Mini Bikes Closeout '70 Models IN TIME FOR . . . Factory Representative Will Be Here Saturday, December 5 Fox makes the finest Mini-Bikes going! Styled like the big boys... Chrome spoke wheels, tilt power plant', disc brakes, upswept exhaust stack and more. Ex-citinq trail - models will take you anywhere.There's a hot dog scramDier niftv street ni licensable I ift I Patent Pending I j 5f TAKE A 24 ONLY WHILE THEY LAST Reg. $134.95 $199.50 $224.50 $244.50 Now $117 $139 $154 $167 2 Sprite 2 Doodlebugs 2 Doodlebugs 2 Condor CLOSEOUT 1 ONLY 70 Model SNOWMOBILE. See LINCOLN'S LARGEST Display of BICYCLES and ACCESSORIES Make it a Schwinn Christmas ttlA Down Will Hold ?IU Til Christmas LINCOLN SCHWIHN CYCLERY 4209 So. 33 V, Bit No. f 33 & Pioneers Fridoy, December 4, 1970 KING, spokesman for the group, said additional tournaments have been lined up which will bring purses totaling $140,000. The dates and sites of these will be announced later, he said. The first of the series will be played in San Francisco Jan. 6-8, followed by Long Beach, Calif.; Baltimore; Oklahoma City; Philadelphia; Chat-tanooga, Tenn . ; Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Boston. Mrs. King, who has won her last two tournaments since recovering from knee surgery FINANCIAL BIND CITED Hiram Scott Drops Athletic Program Scattsbluff iff) Money-troubled Hiram Scott College, now in its sixth year, announced Thursday the cancellation of its intercollegiate athletic program. However, Dr. Walter E. Weese, who took over the presidency only this week, said athletic scholarships for the term beginning in February will be honored. The fall term Is being shut off Dec. 11, while the school seeks to raise money for operating expenses. Pro Scores ABA Carolina 124, Florldlans 114 NHL Buffalo 4, ' Boston 4, tie Montreal 6, St. Louis 3 Detroit 4. Los Angeles 4, tie MEN'S BASKETBALL Thursday's Results Burlington 30, Unlservlce 21; Bankers Lire or neor. zv, Don ogmwn io gas 24, Hep Cats 15; Insurance Dept. 24, C.D.C. 22; EIToro 32, The Clipper 17; Hub Hall 23, Bethany Hardware 22; Cushman 26, C.L.I.O. 13; Park It Recreation 19, ni... Ui.t D nK.n 1 1 Family Drug 2, Weaver Potato Chios O; prosecurors jj, aecumy muiiw v. 2 28; Schlltz Slakers 36, Ma lone Tigers 27; Scroggers 37, Swisher Sweets 34; Bob's Tavern 38, F.L.A.B.S. 35; B B D.i.Um J rmnt M P.UAIUI 91 I LGH Medics' 34, NBC 23; Citizens State Bank 40, Noroen Lao a, wan- wumwa 41, Stan's Tavern 29; The Group 44, Johnson's APCO 24; Snyders Fiber Glass 41; Barry's Boys 35; Security Mutual No. 1 36, Little Bohemia 27. MEN'S VOLLEYBALL Thursday's Results Homesteaders 15-15, Marines 6-5; Kings Food Host 2-15-15, Skulkers 15-13-1; PSAB No. 1 15-15, Summer Haven 3-11; K.C. Thrlftwav 15-15, Bomb Squad -7; Chateau 18-15, Skulkers 16-11; ESP 15-15. Summer Haven 8-8; Kings Food Host 15-16, PSAB No. 2 8-14; Marines 15-15, Zeroes 0-4; PSAB No. 2 15-12-15, Bomb Squad 11-15-12; Chateau 16-15; Zeroes 14-5; K.C. Thrlflway 15-15, ESP 7-2; Homesteaders 15-15; PSAB No. 1 3-6. xnai s nui a uu uuuu emu models. Patent Pending TRIAL RIDE Reg. Now 4 Spoiler $259.50 $176 4 Campus FX $284.50 $19$ 7 Street Scamp $309.50 $209 Reg. $ 700 . .$104?, NOW DO YOUR GIFT NOW WHILE STOCKS ARE COMPLETE! Ph. 488-2101 Weekdays 8 to 6 Thursday 8 to 9 Saturday 8 to S a m COHORTS FORM last fall, said the girls eventually will tour England and very likely Australia and South Africa. . Present at the conference with her was Rosemary Casals of San Francisco, who said flatly in regard to prize money, "I think we should get more than the men." Friction between the girls and the USLTA came to a head when the leading women refused to compete in the Pacific Southwest Open here because of the disparity of purses. Dr. Weese announced the decision to cancel the athletic program after a Board of Trustees meeting Thursday, saying "it is only after very painful consultation by the trustees, the faculty, students and coaches concerned that I am able to arrive at this decision." Head Basketball Coach Ford- dy Anderson, who was preparing to open his sixth season Friday against John F. Kennedy Col lege of Wahoo, also expressed disappointment, but said, "We hope the college will survive the present crisis and continue to grow." Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Dick Beechner, who has just completed a 6-2-1 season, his best in the six years Hiram Scott has been In competition, said, "It appears mat economics supercede the intense desire of many to maintain athletics." Earlier Thursday it was learned that parents in the Rochester, N.Y., area are look ing for ways to help the school through its financial crisis Almost 20 per cent of the present enrollment of about 1,000 are from New York state. Students also planned a door- to-door effort in Scottsbluff to raise money. Dr. Weese had said earlier delinquent student accounts, amounting to $140,000 were partially responsible for the financial squeeze. Give iii.uiiiiii mi 1 ., .. ., ... 1 . 1 11 hwuhmh 'Jim iMin """ """ r'''Mmm'Mm''M "'mt,mm,"'l' E I '' I Ilf f H?ft?$r f'TJ KBKY STRAIGHT jli j ' 4uJ J rtfmlia!Mli iffl bourbor whiskey ! I ;?Tr? ! TiTTlTlirl v j ' 'Ml -" ' 1 t ' "" i)t - s-ttHs.s sfi- A rare gift for over 175 Decembers. 86 Proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Distilled and Bottled by the James B. Beam Distilling Co, Clermont, Beam, Kentucky. OWN PRO TOUR It was brought to a head when Mrs. Gladys Heldman, a magazine publisher, signed each of the girls to a $1 contract. Mrs. King said the new girls' circuit will have Ann Haydeon Jones of England; Francoise Durr of France; Nancy Richey of San Angelo, Tex.; Karen Krantzcke of Australia; Pat Walden of South Africa; Valerie Ziegenfuss of San Diego; Krity Pigeon of Danville, Calif., and other top, players in the tournaments. Big 8 Has Best Season For Balance Kansas City, Mo, (UPI) - The Big Eight conference has been screaming it has the most balanced football league in the nation for several years now. And statistics show that the 1970 campaign represented the most even competition ever. Of the 28 conference games played, only 16 were won by the home team, leaving 12 victories for the visitors. Nebraska, of course, led the home winners, sweeping its four conference home games. But no other team was unbeaten at home. Iowa State, which posted an 0-3 Big Eight home record, scored its first victory at Missouri since 1938. Colorado, which normally seldom loses in Boulder, could do no better than 2-2 on its home grounds. The home-field records in conference games: Nebraska, 4-0; Kansas State, 3-1; Missouri, 2-1; Oklahoma, 2-1; Oklahoma State, 2-2: Colorado, 2-2; Kansas, 1-2, and Iowa State, 0-3. Hummel Paces Kearney Victory Kearney, Neb. (UPI) Larry Hummel scored 19 points to head Kearney State College to a 100-72 basketball win over Southwestern of Winfield, Kan., here Thursday night. Parke Biby took game honors for the losers with 23. The visitors had taken a 39-38 halftime edge before the Ai telopes broke away in the second stanza. Kearney is now 1-1 on the year. Jim Beam. Ray Sparkles As Sooners Romp, 66-56 Oxford, Ohio (-Clifford Ray, a powerful 6-foot-9 center, had 12 second half points and 14 rebounds to break down a stubborn Miami of Ohio defense leading the Oklahoma Sooners to a 66-56 non-conference victory Thursday night. The Redskins' defense, forcing the Sooners into 12 of their 22 turnovers in the first half stayed even with the taller western team for a 30-30 halftime score. Utilizing the strong Ray in the center pivot, the Sooners went to a slower, wider-spread offense concentrating on the open man. Ray finished with 21 points and Charles Hardin had 11 for Oklahoma. Guard Jerry Sears had 18 points for Miami. OKLAHOMA MIAMI art oft Pettes 1 2-3 4 Dunlap 4 6-7 14 Martin 3 5-5 II Wren 11-3 3 Ray 8 5-7 21 Sears 8 2-2 18 Jack 5 0-0 10 Gllgemn 0 1-3 1 Hardin 4 3-6 11 Roberts 3 2-3 8 Jones 0 3-4 3 Nlekamp 1 0-1 2 Gorman 0 0-10 Handy 0 0-10 Yule 1 0-1 2Garloch 1 0-0 2 Crowell 1 2-2 4Mever 3 2-4 8 Totals 23 20-2 44 Totals 21 14-24 M Oklahoma 30 346. Miami 30 24 St Fouled out Oklahoma Jack. Total fouls-Oklahoma IV, Miami 21 A-2,906 Ak-Sar-Ben GM New President Of Racing Group La Quinta, Calif. () James E. (Tom) Brock, general manager ot AK-5ar-i5en in Omaha, Thursday was elected president of the Thoroughbred Racing Association at its annual convention here. A native of Columbus, Neb., Brock served on the TRA board of directors for five years. The TRA and its security arm, the Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau, represents 55 race tracks in North America. Brock is the first president from one of the smaller tracks. BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD Big Eight Oklahoma 64, Miami, Ohio 56 Missouri 80, Idaho 60 State Colleges Kearney 100, Southwestern, Kan. 72 NIAC TOURNEY First Round Nebraska Wesleyan 86, Midland 72 Concordia 97, Dana 82 Other Colleges St. Joseph's, Pa. 71, Manhattan 67 William & Mary 97, Richmond 84 Florida St. 106, Biscayne 70 Marshall 98, California at Riverside 89 South Carolina 86, Auburn 69 Duquesne 92, Baltimore 60 Purdue 80, Valparaiso 61 NYU 53, Fairleigh Dickinson 51 Jacksonville 152, St. Peter's 106 Canadiens' Coach Ruel Calls It Quits . . . REPLACED BY MacNEIL Montreal UP) Claude Ruel, chubby 32-year-old coach of the Montreal Canadiens, resigned Thursday. He was replaced immediately by Al MacNeil, his assistant for the last three months. The decision to replace Ruel followed persistent reports here that he was unhappy with his position and with the club's performance. Ruel had been coach of the National Hockey League club District Cage Pairings Set Lincoln High will meet East while Northeast and Southeast will tangle in first-round action at the Capital City district basketball tournament it was determined Thursday. Public schools athletic director Ralph Beechner conducted a drawing to determined the pairings. All games will be played at Pershing Auditorium, with the Lincoln High-East game set for March 3. The Northeast-Southeast clash will be the following night, with the winners meeting for a state tournament berth on the 6th. Northeast is the defending Class A champion for the state tourney to be held this year in Lincoln at the University of Nebraska Coliseum. Alley Action Men's 230 Games, (00 Series At Tony's John Stehr. 244. At Hollywood Vic Hemlel, 253. At Bowl Mor Ben Dennis, 247-600; James Lutzl, 235; Kent Wallace, 241. Ladies' 200 Games, 525 Series At Northeast Karen Tayner, 201; Doris June Craig, 201526. At Plaza Artls Lang, 533; Marlene Harrlman, 202550; Joan Law, 206; Ruth Northrup, 211-214-568; Wllam Barry, 206; Maxine Frederick, 206; Nadine Baroch, 209; . Dixie Proctor, 208535; Sally Schuman, 202; Dinna Ault, 540; Chris Clemants, 234. At Parkway Mildred Dare, 200, June Blatt, 525; Eddie Hagelberger, 234-570; Jan Mahlman, 205529; Rosemary Murphy, 531. At Hollywood Doris Bolton, 218-551; Sandy Firestone, 203; Olga Olson, 203; Shirley Busboom, 216-550; Kathy Dinges, 200-546; Ollie Horton, 532; Dottie Bell, 551; Pauline Towle, 551; Ann Carter, 218-530; Barb Cronin, 559; Lavonne Tyrrell, 215. At Bowl Mor Diana Sleber, 202; Phyllis Schell, 210; Stella Morgan, 211. GAL'S VOLLEYBALL Lincoln General 17-16, Telephone 13-11; Fumblers 11-18-16, NAPA Bumpers 16-16-7; Belmont 19-12-10, NBC 12-26-7; Swingers 29-17-8, Moonshiners 7-13-3; MAC 10-18-12, L.S.C. 14-13-10; 1st Natl. Bank 20-21-14, Good Value 18-16-12. since June, 1968. He was appointed after Toe Blake resigned the position following the Canadiens Stanley Cup victory that spring. MacNeil, a 35-year-old native of Sydney, Nova Scotia, was a former NHL defenseman with the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Canadiens, Chicago Black Hawks, New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins. He served as playing-coach of the Montreal Voyageurs of the American Hockey League last season. He was Ruers choice as an assistant when the club decided last September to hire someone to take some of the pressure from the shoulders of the chunky Ruel. Ruel will remain with the club and revert to his former post of director of player development and chief scout. The announcement of Ruel's resignation did not come as a complete surprise, although the suddenness of it caught most hockey observers of-guard. FEATURE RACES At Lincoln Downs Creole Warrior 13.40 4.40 3.80 Irish Reel 2.40 2.20 Attraction j.gn At Fair Grounds . Great Pumpkin 77.80 27.40 7 40 One Night Stand 6.00 3 20 Sky Village 2 60 Hunting Clock The following appllea to any point In Nebraska that to di north or dw Mum . of each of the cities and towns. For each 13 miles west ot any designated city, ada one minute. For each 13 miles east, subtract one minute. All times listed art Central Daylight Time, except for Scottsbluff, which h en Mountain Daylight Tim. Shooting hour ar one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset for big-game, one-half hour before sunrise to sunset for small game, and sunrise te sunset for the special teal season. IUNRIS1IUNSIT SCHIDULI Central Central Central Central Central Grand North Omaha Lincoln Nortel k Island Platte Sen- Sunrise set 7:33 4:55 7:34 4:54 7:35 5:54 7:36 4:54 7:37 4:54 7:37 4:54 7:38 4:54 7:39 4:54 7:40 4:55 7:41 4:55 7:41 4:55 7:42 4:55 7:43 4:55 7:44 4:56 7:44 4:56 7:45 4:57 fun- Sen. rise set 7:35 4:S9 7:35 4:59 7:36 4:59 7:37 4:59 7:38 4:59 7:39 4:59 7:40 4:59 7:41 4:59 7:42 4:59 7:42 4:59 7:43 5:00 7:44 5:00 7:45 5:00 7:45 5:01 7:46 5:01 7:46 5:01 Sun- Sunrise set 7:41 4:59 7:42 4:59 7:43 4:58 7:44 4:58 7:45 4:58 7:46 4:58 7:47 4:58 7:47 4:58 7:48 4:59 7:49 4:59 7:50 4:59 7:51 4:59 7:51 4:59 7:52 5:00 7:53 5:00 7:53 5:00 ISP TIRES 30 OH Check Your Tire Size Get Ou. Price GATES Automotive Service s"2 VnV B TIRE CENTERS 10th & N SAILIE Golden Falcon raffiMfllUMT Blemished tires O 4-ply premium nylon cord for added impact resistance. O Premium long-mileage tread rubber, i 0 Wide, flat premium tread design. 0 Super perma-weld rubber bond for turnpike safety. 0 Exclusive bead safety shield protects bead. 0 Premium bead construction for turn-pike safety. 0 Blemished in appearance only. O Limited stocks. Hurry in! 'Premium li our designation. No Industry-wide standards exist for tires. Any size listed tor Plus Federal Excise Tax oi 1.78 to 2.96 per tire, depending on size). 6.50-13 7.00-13 7.75-14 8.25-14 8.55-14 8.85-14 7.75-15 8.15-15 8.45-15 9.C3-15 9.15-15 Smith Paces ' Mizzou Past Idaho, 80-60 : Columbia, Mo. W) Senior Henry Smith took charge in the second half and scored 15 of his 24 points as he led Missouri' to an 80-60 basketball victory over Idaho Thursday night. The Tigers, now 2-0, held a' seven-point lead with 3:47 to play in the first half but pulled away and led at the half 41-27. Forward Bob Allen, 6 feet 8, -who finished with 19 points, carried the Tigers earlier and. netted 12 points in opening half. Smith, Missouri's lone returning starter, drilled a 10-footer with 7:48 left in the game to give the Tigers a 71-42 advantage, their biggest of the game. Idaho, 0-2, battled back within 17 with 2:52 left but a pair of baskets by Vaughn Colbert ended the Vandals' comeback. Idaho hit only 25 of 85 shots from the floor while Missouri hit 33 of 71. IDAHO Cumngs Williams Taylor Prince Nelson Koethe Beane Hardt Adams MISSOURI F T. M 7 Salmon 0-0 6 F laker 3-4 5 Foster 0-1 10 Allen 2-3 14 Smith 2-3 oJeflrles 2-3 6 Colbert 0-0 O Maurer 0-0 6 Stock Griffin Johnson 10-13 U Totals OFT 1 0-0 2 2 0-0 4 4 1-1 9 1 3-6 19 I 8-11 24 S 2 -2 12 2 0-0 4 3 0-0 6 O 01 O 0 0-0 0 0 0-0 0 33 14-21 W 27. .33 6 Totals 25 Idaho Missouri Fouled out Total fouls A 4,000. 41.. 39-80 Idaho. Prince. Idaho 16, Missouri 11. Mountain Scettt- Central Valentine Sun- Sunrise set 7:41 5:05 7:42 5:05 7:43 5:05 7:44 5:05 7:45 5:05 7:46 5:05 7:47 5:05 7:48 5:05 7:49 5:05 7:49 5:05 7:50 5:06 7:51 5:06 7:52 5:06 7:52 5:06 7:53 5:07 7:53 5:07 Sun- Sunrise set 7:51 5:14 7:52 5:14 7:53 5:14 7:54 5:14 7:55 5:14 7:56 5:14 7:57 5:14 7:58 5:14 7:59 5:14 7:59 5:14 8:00 5:15 8:01 5:15 8:02 5:15 8:02 5:15 8:03 5:16 8:03 5:16 Sun- Sun- Sun. Sun 7:56 5:08 7:57 5:08 7:58 5:08 7:59 5:08 8:00 5:08 8:01 5:08 8:02 5:08 8:03 5:08 8:04 5:08 8:04 5:08 8:05 5:08 8:06 5:09 8:07 5:09 8:07 5:09 8:08 5:10 8:09 5:10 7:05 4:24 7:06 4:24 7:07 4:23 7:08 4:23 7:09 4:23 7:10 4:23 7:11 4:23 7:12 4:23 7:13 4:24 7:13 4:24 7:14 4:24 7:15 4:24 7:16 4:24 7:16 4:25 7:17 4:25 7:17 4:25 477-1211 QJJ cl)

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