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Saturday, Nov. 7, 1970 The II mo In Star 11 Task i Finds lig igtt lEvilapirs can put points on the board. Iowa State punter Ralph per boot while the Huskers with a 39.9 average. Tong Nebraska's Rodgers iias returned III punts fur yard average and Iowa State's Tony Washington has back 18 for a 13.2 average. Husker Paul Rogers' toe Big Eight scoring race with extra points and six of nine field goals.

Iowa State's Reggie Shoemaker has gotten portunities to kick extra points, booting only They thought they had one a week ago when they allowed a 21-0 first quarter lead over Oklahoma slip away, losing by 29-28 on a two-point conversion in the closing minutes here. Statistically the game shapes up as a mismatch, but points have won far more games than have statistics and the Cyclones have generally been troublesome for the Huskers although they have yet to beat Nebraska in the Devaney era. However, many of the Big Eight statistical categories do point up the relative strengths of the two teams where Iowa State has one player among the Big Eight leaders, Nebraska has two. In rushing for instance, the Cyclones have Jock Johnson ranking seventh with a 57.4 yards per game average. But Nebraska has Joe Orduna ranking third with 74.3 and Jeff Kinney fourth with 59.8 yards per game.

And Orduna. who has rushed for 1,728 yards in three years as a Husker, needs only nine yards today to pass Harry Wilson and become the top rusher of the Devaney era at Nebraska. In passing, Iowa State has quarterback Dean Carlson ranking third in the league with 109 yards per game, hitting on 58 of 116 attempts for an even 50 and 763 yards. But Nebraska has its tandem quarterback setup of Van Brownson and Jerry Tagge ranking fourth and fifth in the Big Eight in passing. Brownson is averaging 106.5 yards per game, completing 44 of 68 for 64.7fr and 639 yards.

Tagge is averaging 99.9 yards per outing on 59 of 97 for 60.8rr and 798 yards. And in the pass receiving department Iowa State has Otlo Stowe ranking third in the conference with 34 receptions for 520 yards and two touchdowns. But again the Huskers have two Guy Ingles ranking fifth and Johnny Kodgers sixth on the league charts. Ingles has caught 26 for 520 yards and seven TD's while Rodgers has snared 25 for 447 yards and five touchdowns. It's in the area of pass defense that Devaney figures the Huskers must come up with a big effort to slop the Carlson-to-Stowe combination.

One of the ways Devaney hopes to accomplish this is with a big pass rush on Carlson. Heading up this rush in past games has been middle guard Ed Pcriard, end Willie Harper and tackle Larry Jacobson, who have combined to throw opposing ball carriers for losses 26 times totaling 176 yards. Both teams are close in the punting department, in having dangerous punt returners and in having a placekicker, who he's had 17 field coal tries, By HAL BROWN Star Sports Editor Ames, Iowa When Big Eight Skywriters visited here two months ago, Iowa State coach Johnny Majors told them if he didn't have to play in the Big Eight Conference, his coaching record might be close to what the winningest coach in the nation has. He was referring to the toughness of the Big Eight Conference and now that winningest coach he was referring to brings his Nebraska team here for a 1:30 p.m. kickoff today at Clyde Williams Field and Bob Devaney's winningest record has gotten even better.

While Majors has found winning in the Big Eight this season as lough as he found winning outside of it easy, Devaney has found a winning formula with his Huskers both in and out of the league this season. Devaney's Huskers come into this game with a 7-0-i record on the year, a 4-0 mark in the Big Eight and a 15-gamc unbeaten string dating back to last season. Majors on the other hand was 3-0 when his Cyclones entered the Big Eight race after defeating New Mexico, Colorado State and Utah in non-league affairs, but are the only team in (he Big Eight still looking for a conference victory. The Lineups Offense total of 43 points. About that allusion to records, in Majors three at Iowa State he has an excellent 7-2 mark against non-1 foes for 77.8rr, but Devaney tops that with a 28-5- AMATEURS GIVE WAY AS PROS CONVERGE Tyrrell Molds EEdge In Pro-Am JOWA STATE (3-4) NEBRASKA (7-0-1) No.

Name Ht. Wt. CI. Pos. CI.

Wt. Ht. Nune Nt. HO Lorenz (i-3 213 Sr. TE So.

210 6-0 List 85 73 Marconi I 222 So. LT Sr. 248 6-4 Newton 74 72 Harm fi-3 225 Jr. LG Jr. 216 6-2 Rupert 77 54 Pitt man 6-2 200 So.

So. 230 6-3 Dumler li4 78 Bcrna 6-1 220 Sr. RG Sr. 255 6-1 McGhee 70 75 Muidock 6-3 240 So. RT Sr.

248 6-4 Winter 67 85 Stowe 6-2 185 Sr. SE Sr. 160 5-9 Ingles 88 i 15 Carlson 6-3 220 Jr. QIJ Jr. 215 6-2 Tagge 14 24 Palmer 5-10 Sr.

JIB Jr. 202 6-2 Kinney 35 82 McCuiry 6-2 So. II li So. 171 5-10 Rodgers 20 41 Johnson 6-0 193 Sr. KB Sr.

222 6-2 Schneiss 22 Defense tourney, have switched from an extreme inside condition to an extreme outside condition. "But I got help this summer from Bill Koehler (a Lincolnite who has rolled in the PBA tour) and he changed me," Tyrrell continued, "He changed my delivery a little." Tyrrell says, "I'm not shooting the real big scores right now, but I've been real consistent. I'm almost always around 190 now." Tyrrell put together games of 211, 213 and 205 for his 629, while PBA professionals Allie Clark, Bill Johnson and Don Russell had games of 222, 186 and 224, respectively, to help him out. Madsen, who had earlier expressed confidence in his game and ability to adjust to the lanes' outside condition, managed only a 542 scratch series in his first attempt this year. He had games of 178, 177 and 187 and got little help from a 594 pro series and 31 handicap pins as lie finished well off the toace with an 1167 set.

No. Name Ht. Wt. Ct. Pos.

CI. Wt. HI. Name No. 81 Wilkinson 6-1 205 Sr.

LK Jr. 222 6-3 Adkins 57 65 Griglione 6-2 217 Sr. LT Jr. 247 Jacobson 75 57 Scliniedcr 6-0 210 Jr. MG Sr.

201 5-9 Periard 56 66 Basset 6-1 217 Jr. RT Sr. 238 6-2 Walline 7tf 92 Couch 6-3 219 Sr. RE So. 205 6-3 Harper 81 55 Withrow 6-1 205 Sr.

LB Sr. 212 6-3 Murtaugh 42 63 Caralelli 6-1 215 So. LB Jr. 208 6-2 Terrio 45 14 Tisdale 6-2 193 Sr. LB Sr.

199 5-10 Morock 43 43 Wardlaw 510 185 So. 1IB So. 175 5-10 Blahak 27 21 Allen 6-0 192 Sr. II Jr. 180 6-0 Anderson 18 13 Washington 61 178 Sr.

Jr. 175 6-0 Kosch 24 Kickoff 1:30 p.m., Clyde Williams Field. Broadcasts WOW (590), KFAB (1110), KFOR (1240), KLIN (1400). Husker Frosh Win, Harness Cyclones RALLIES TEAM group's coffers may swell with a victory. He took the lead from Gene DeMarce of Red Oak, Iowa, after the completion of bowling by the second squad Friday and held on as Terry Bohannon, a University of Nebraska co-ed from Omaha fired a scorching 632 scratch scries to move within five pins with a 1307 during the third session and Butch Hogan of Lincoln had a 260 game for a 614 series to duplicate the feat in the fourth squad, gaining a second place tie.

"I could never shoot the outside," Tyrrell said, echoing the past week's words of Madsen and defending Lincoln Open champion Don Johnson in noting that lane conditions at Hollywood Bowl, the site of the were seen during bowling tournament. Results, Page 12 STAFF Baracz is averaging 11). 1 yards Jeff Hughes is close behind a 16 5 carried has put him second in 50 points coming on 'i'l the 34 far fewer p-13 of 13, but hitting on 1ft irf them for a cars ague for opponents since corning to 2-16 for 12 5 and Devaney overall records at Nebraska for 1) a and 9-18 for Better luck Anticipated For Hunters Bv RANDY EICKIIOFF Star Sports Writer With the opening of pheasant and quail season today, impatient shotgunncrs probably spent Friday night oiling and re-cleaning their weapons in anticipation of the best predicted season in the last few years. Ken Johnson, assistant chief of the Game and Parks Commission's Division of Game said the upland game hunting this year will be a definite improvement over the past years. "Birdwise, we're in pretty good shape," Johnson said.

'There's been a moderate increase in the pre-season surveys which combined with the good weather predicted should mean a good opener." Johnson said the best hunting in the state would "probably be south of the Platte River clear across the southern half of the state." With isolated pockets in the panhandle from Alliance to Rushville and in Madison, Platte and Boone counties in the northeastern part of the state, hunters shouldn't have to move too far from home base to collect their birds this year. "The area around Broken Bow and Arnold has definitely improved over last year." Johnson offered, but the Wayne area hasn't shown much improvement though the birds have made a recovery from the heavy snow in 1968." Quail hunters will probably be confined to the southeastern part of the state since the heaviest concentration of the bobwhite is in that area. Bobwhites have increased moderately along the Calamus. Platte, Loups, Republican and Blue Rivers, but the heavy shooting will probably be along hedgerows in the general area of those rivers. The whistle count survey has shown a reported increase of about 5r, but officials in the game commission said they believe the actual increase figures are well-above the reported number.

"I think the report was a little too conservative," one official grinned. "There are several pockets of quail around that probably weren't found by the people making the survey." Legal shooting for the Lincoln area starts today at 6:34 a.m. and there is no doubt in anyones mind that the hunters will show an increase in direct ratio to the game. Hunters should be reminded that they must leave one leg or the head on pheasants for identification of sex and species. Sports Menu Saturday FOOTBALL Big Eight: Nebraska at Iowa Slate, 1:30 p.m.; Oklahoma Stale at Kansas State; Kansas at Colorado; Missouri at Oklahoma; Lincoln Schools: Lincoln East vs.

Pius Seacrest Field, 7:30 p.m.; state Colleges: Nebraska Wesleyan at Hastings. 7:30 pm UNO at Pittsburg, Slate. Peru ai Mdland at Westmar; Southwest Missouri at Wayne; Kearney at Colorado Mines; Concordia at Northwestern of Iowa; Black Hills at Chadron; Boise, Idaho, State at Hiram Scott; Will-am Penn at Doane; Yankton at Dana; Trinidad, JC at McCook JC; Fair-bury JC at Dodqe City, Kan. CROSS COUNTRY Big Eight Championships at Oklahoma State. HORSE RACING Atokad, South ou Citv, 1 30 m.

HUNTING Pheasant, quail seasons open, BOWLING Lincoln Open, Hollywood Bowl, 10 a and 4 30 Sunday Lincoln Open, and 7 p.m. BOWLING Bowl, 10 a.m. Hollywood 83.8rr against non-conference Nebraska. In Big Eight play, Majors 47-13 for 78.3' making their and Iowa State 78-18-1 for 80.3' 33.3rf for Majors. Meanwhile, a couple of other local bowlers who have been hot recently also failed to make a serious run for the cham- pionship.

Max Jensen and Rodger Florom finished far below the leaders, Jensen rolling a 5931 scratch series while Florom had a 599. Florom had two 700-plus series at Hollywood in as many weeks late last month, while Jensen carved the first 300 game in two years at tne alley a couple oi weeks ago. Jensen finished with a 1235 series Friday night, getting a 642 pro effort from Bill Johnson, Don Russell and Wayne Zahn. Florom didn't get quite as much help from his pros, Terry Booth, Dick Ritger and Teta Semiz, who combined for a 635 set, but the 599 he rolled was also far below what he needed to catch the leaders. The amateurs give way to the pros today as they compete for the $3,000 first prize in the second annual $32,000 Lincoln Open through Monday.

The action is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. today with other squads set to bowl at 1, 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. The Top Ten: Stan Tyrrell, Lincoln -1312 Butch Hogan, Lincoln 614-72-6211307 Teresa Bohannon, Omaha 632-58-617- 1307 Lois Lueders, Omaha 578-81-642 IjOl Paul Davidson, Fairbury 595-54-642-1291 Gene DeMarce, Red Oak, la 5B0-47-663--1290 Dale Gowler, Norfolk 585-96-6081289 Jim Springier, Beatrice 515-90-6761279 Charles Swanson, Lincoln 509-94-6761279 Mark Hegg. Lincoln Cy Young AL Award To Perry Minneapolis-St. Paul UP) Jim Perry never lost hope that someday he would leave the Minnesota Twins' bullpen, become a starter and win the Cy Young Baseball Award as the outstanding pitcher in the American League.

Perry, after the Cleveland Indians traded him to the Twins in 1963, s-jw mostly relief duty unless other starters were injured. "I always had it in the back of my mind that I wouldn't have to go back to the bullpen," said Perry. "I never gave up. I never lost confidence in myself. When the break came I was ready." The chance came in May, 196!) when injuries depleted Minnesota's starting corps.

Perry, a C-foot-4, 205-pound right-hander, posted a 20-6 record. For the first time in 10 years, Perry was a starter the entire season in 1970. The 34-year-old control artist posted a 24-12 record, and the Baseball Writers Association named Perry as the circuit's Cy Young Award winner Friday. Perry received 55 points from a panel of 24 writers two from each league city and narrowly edged Baltimore 24-game winner Dave McNally by seven points. Hastings' Watson Ranks Nationally Kansas City i.f) The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics reported Friday that George Watson, a senior from Bridgeport at Hastings College, ranks fourth nationally in pass receiving with 120.1 yards per game.

Watson receives most of his passes from Gary Bendinger of Ralston, who is 12th in passing. John Makovicka of Kearney State is the scoring leader with 120 points and ranks 10th in rushing with an average of 1J5.9 yards per contest. Kearney is ninth in rushing offense and 12th in total offense. Hastings is seventh in passing offense and 11th in rushing defense. Dick McGee of Hiram Scott is seventh in punting with an average of 41.4 yards a boot.

is Links Afp GI, 127 By VIRGIL PARKER Prep Sports Writer Grand Island Lincoln High exploded for two sudden fourth quarter touchdowns to capture a 12-7 football victory over Grand Island here Friday night. The Islanders held the upper hand in the Trans-Nebraska Conference clash between the two top ten rated clubs for the first three quarters after an early 49-yard touchdown dash by GI fullback Ron Loewens-tein. But late in the third quarter the Islanders went for a first down on a fourth and one from the midfield stripe. The Links' Charles Martin broke through to spill quarterback Randy Evans for a three-yard loss and Lincoln High took over. In 13 plays coach Andy Loehr's No.

4 ranked Capital city eleven marched to paydirt with Steve Moore, Ralph! Henderson, and Mark Weaver chewing up most of the yardage. Quarterback Bob 1 sneaked in from the one to climax the drive. Grand Island apparently survived the attack, however, when Greg Poole's extra point kick was blocked leaving GI in front, 7-6. But after the ensuing kickoff the Lincoln High defense, tough all night except for Loewensteln one long run, responded again. Three plays by the No.

8 rated Islanders got nowhere. Then defensive end Alex Ivory roared through to block the punt and give the Links the ball again at the Grand Island 16. Four plays later Weaver smashed in from three yards out. This time the extra point snap was muffed but the Lincoln Hign detense rose to the occasion once more to stop Grand Island final threat. GI appeared to have life in the final two minutes when Lincoln High's Mike Westenberg was called for pass interference giving the Islanders a first down at the Lincoln High 31.

But two plays later Westenberg turned hero by scooping up a fumble, enabling the Links to run out the clock. Lincoln High 0 12-12 Grand Island 7 0 0 07 GI Loewenstein, 49-run (Elson, kick) LH Folsom, 1-run (kick blocked) LH Weaver, 3-run (snap mulled) Statistics LHS 13 214 II 19 GI 10 148 0 15 0-4-0 2 54 First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Return yardage Passes 1-4-0 Punts 435.2 Fumbles lost 2 Yards penalized 85 Lincoln Midgets To Host Omaha In Apple Bowl Florida has Hie Orange Bowl. Now the Apple Bowl comes to Nebraska. The annual playoff game between the Midget Football League champions of Lincoln and Omaha takes on added lustre, thanks to the financial participation of the State of Washington Apple Growers Association. Security Mutual, Capital City champions after just their third year in the league, will meet Boys Town, the top team in Omaha, at the Pius field Sunday at 2:30 p.m.

The Apple Bowl clash will be preceded by a 1 p.m. contest pitting the two 1970 runnerups, Lincoln's Elks Lodge and Roberts of Omaha. Individual trophies will be awarded each participating player and the games will be followed by a picnic, with free hot dogs and all the trimmings including lots of apples. By TOM HENDERSON Star Sports Writer Stan Tyrrell, who earned two spots in the Lincoln Pro-Am through rolloffs, walked off with the $1,000 first prize in the event Friday or at least took the inside track on it by rolling a 629 scratch series and combining it with 31 handicap pins and a 652 pro series tor a tourney uu total. Four pro-am squads were completed by press time Friday night, but another was still scheduled with several top amateurs slated to bowl, in cluding defending champion John Madsen, who rolled earlier in the day, but made a second stab at a repeat crown during the last session.

Tyrrell, whose Tyrrell Bowling Supply team takes the cooperative approach to bowling, putting all winnings into a central fund, earned two of the team's six entry spots himself as the entire team entered the pro-am and it appears that the DIFFERENT FORMS Lincoln Pro-Am Open Nino Tabbed 3-1 Favorite In Title Bout Rome liP) Nino Benevenuti has completed his pre-fight preparation for tonight's defense of his middleweight boxing title against 'Argentina's Carlos Monzon. After five strenuous weeks of training, the Italian champ put on the final touch Friday by getting a haircut a regular pre-title fight ritual with Benvenuti. The champion, who has never lost in his native a 3-1 favorite to retain the titla against Monzon, who has a record of 44 knockouts and 73 victories in 80 fights. Monzon is reputed to have a powerful right hand and Benvenuti has been down only foifr times in 86 bouts but everytime by a right. The champion has worked studiously on methods to neutralize Monzon's right.

Another problem could be Monzon's height. The Argentine is several inches taller than Benvenuti, something the champion is not accustomed to in his opponents. rickets tor tne match were sold out and gate receipts were expected to reach $160,000 plus $70,000 more expected in TV in come. Benvenuti will get his $100,000 while Monzon receives $15,000. PHOTOS BY RANDY HAMPTON NWU Chances Depend Upon Strong Defense noon hitting 14-26 passing for 190 yards.

The Husker defense held Moses to only 38 yards in 17 carries. Nebraska lows State IS- Bolks. 40-yard 7 14 14 14 14 0 0 12-26 Interception return, lijieoipn kirk I N-Westbrook, 1 yard run. (Garson kick) IS Harris, 10-yard pass from Blagini. (Gocdien kick) Humm, 1-yard run.

(Garson kick) Westbrook, 5-yard run. (Garson Kick) Lackovic, 4-yard pass from Humm. (Garson kick) IS -Wuestling. 3-yard run. (Pass faited) Garson, 15-yard pass from Humm.

tbiarkDaum kick) IS Moses, 61-yard pass from Biaginl. irass laneai NWestbrook, 2-yard run. (Starkbaum Kick) Statistics IS 18 80 253 17-35-4 52 542 3 101 First downs 29 Rushing yardage 227 Passing yardage 204 Passes 16-32-2 Return yardage 60 Punts 4-3 Fumbles lost 3 Yards penalized 140 Individual Statistics Nebraska Rushing No. Yds. Ave.

Humm 14 46 3.3 Westbrook 37 110 3.0 Damkroger 11 44 4.0 Garson 4 22 5.5 Moran 3 10 3.3 Davis 3 14 4.6 O'Holleran 1 -19 Passing Comp-Att. Yds. TD Int. Humm 14-26 190 3 2 Davis 2-6 14 0 0 Pass Receiving No. Yds.

TI) Damkroger 4 34 0 Lackovic 5 64 1 Garson 3 47 1 Hill 2 42 1 Westbrook 1 8 0 Doak 1 9 0 Punting No. Avg. Bendler 1 a Sanger 3 32.7 Punt Returns No. Yds. Garson 1 10 Kickoff Returns No.

Yds. Garson 1 24 Westbrook 1 17 Hill 1 11 Interception Returns No. Yds. Starkebaum 1 10 Peters 1 22 Sorcnsen 1 De Nell 1 18 PayersToo Heavy The various Singapore-based By HAL BROWN Star Sports Editor A in Iowa Quarterback Dave Humm shook off two first half pass interceptions here Friday afternoon and led his Nebraska teammates to a 49-26 victory over the Iowa State freshmen. The triumph kept Nebraska unbeaten through three games with the final contest coming up next Friday against Kansas Slate in Lincoln.

For Iowa Slate, it was the first loss after opening with a win over Fort Dodge, Iowa, Junior College. The Iowa State loss was also a first losing effort in which Cyclone back Jerry Moses, highly-sought prep star, has played either in high school or college. Among the schools frying to recruit the Waterloo, Iowa athlete last spring was Nebraska. But Friday afternoon, it was highly-sought David Humm of Las Vegas who was the star after a shakey start. Humm had to rally his Huskers twice in the first half to overcome 7-0 and 14-7 deficits, but after going in front 21-14, Nebraska never trailed as the point total mounted.

The Cyclones took the lead with less than four minutes gone, when Roger Bolks picked off a Humm pass and returned it 40 yards for the score. But Humm drove the Huskers 47 yards to score the tying TD with a 17-yard pass to Maury Damkroger eating up the big-i gest chunk of yardage before Damkroger scored from five yards out. Then after Iowa State took a 14-7 lead, still in the first quarter, the Huskers marched 63 yards to knot the count again. Humm used the running ot i Don Westbrook and Damkroger tonove the ball to the one-yard line from where the Husker quarterback sneaked over with i 11:05 left in the first half. The Huskers took the lead for keeps with 5:30 remaining in the 'half on a five-yard run by Westbrook after a 17-yard pass Irom Humm to Glen Garson had moved the ball to that point.

Two quick scores in the third -i quarter pushed the game out of reach with Humm hitting Jeff on a 35-yard TD aerial to make it 28-14, then tossing six yards moments later to Tim Lackovic for a 35-14 count. I The final two Husker i touchdowns came on a 15-yard I pass to Garson with Humm again slinging and on a two-yard run by Westbrook a in 18-yard pass from Humm to Lackovic had moved the ball to tne Iowa State 24 moments before. Humm wound up the after first night action of the Plainsmen held the Broncos in check by the same tactic. However, this year Hastings has established a good ground game to compliment its passing. Freshman Gary Filipi is second in the conference individual rushing.

In addition, tonight's 7:30 contest is a key game in the MAC title race. The Plainsmen must win tonight and again next Saturday against Concordia Teacher College to tie for the title. A loss tonight would eliminate NWU and put it in the position of deciding who wins the title between Hastings and Concordia. The Broncos and Wesleyan each one loss in conference play while Concordia is undeieated. Hastings last conference game is tonigiit and Concordia only has to piay NWU.

Chaffee indicated he'll start Dave McGrane in McKelvey's place and will make several other cnanges trying to bolster both the offense and defense. Al Kuzma will start at center and Steve Foree will be at one guard spot. PROBABLE NWU LINEUPS Offense Pos Boals (209) D. Butler (225) G. Bergt (226) Kuzma (196) C.

Foree (186) Harding (240) T. McLaughlin (207) E. McGrane (170) Defense (200) Peery (218) Griffin (187) Kearns (188) Buchanan (194) Young (232) Caster (190) Coudeyras (158) R. Ellis Tapp (177) (160) Kemling (166) Re. Stephensn (175) Nannen (175) Roffers J.

Ellis (165) Kickoff: 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Hastings. A. H. Jones Stadium, By STEVE GILLISPIE Star Sports Writer Hastings Nebraska Wesleyan's chances against Hastings College here tonight will heavily depend upon the Plainsmen defense. The sputtering offense of NWU was further hurt by the news that starting quarterback Steve McKelvey may be out for the year.

The Plainsmen rank last in the Nebraska Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in rushing offense and fourth in passing offense. On the other hand Hasting? ranks first in passing offense, total offense, rushing defense and total defense. The NWU defense set up both touchdowns in Wesleyan's 14-7 win over William Jewell two weeks ago, Gary Bendinger, the conference passing leader and George Watson, the conference's top pass receiver, will be tough tests for the NWU secondary. The key to stopping the Hastings passing attack may be a strong pass rush by the Wesleyan defensive line. Last year coach Harold Chaffee's i Monday FOOTBALL Nebraska Extra Point Club Luncheon, Hotel Lincoln, noon BOWLING Lincoln Open, Hollywood Stan 'The Man' Stan "The Man" Musial.

peerless outfielder first baseman for the St. Louis Cardinals is the only player ift major league history to hit for more than 6,000 total bases. I British servicemen's rugby clubs will no longer field 200-pound players against the normally smaller Asians. The Singapore Rugby Union says teams representing the British army, navy and air force will hence forth field players not heavier than 168 pounds. Jim Buchanan will be the middle linebacker for injured Joe Gleason and the last change will see Dennis Coudeyras starting at defensive end.

The Plainsmen lead, 25-23-7, in the 62-year-old series on the strength of winning nine straight from 1913-1922. I.

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