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Four Black Cagers Dismissed By Oklahoma State's Aubrey 'Ihtf Liiuoln Star WJ.i.sJuy, November 18, 1970 Last Week Surge Gives St. Ann's First In ID' MEAD RETAINS EIGHT-MAN SPOT INCLUDING TWO STARTERS Pin Pro Ends Drought Lasting Four Campaigns Oklahoma City (P) Bud Horn broke his four year bowl-ing title drought Monday night. The 31-year-old pro from Los Angeles beat Dave Soutar, of Gilroy, 259-to-181, to win the Mercury Open. The top 16 finishers: 1. Bud Horn, Los Angeels, 9-7, M72.

2. Dave Sotuar, Gilroy. 12-4, 9,414. 3. Wayne Sheridan, Richmond, 12-4, 9,398.

4. Skee Foremsky, Houslon, 9-7, 9,325. 5. Don McCunc, Munster, 7-9, 9,198. 6.

Dave Davis, Miami, 9-7, 9,117. 7. Don Russell, San Diego, 9-7, 9,075. 8. Teata Semij, River Edge, N.J., 9-7, 9,029.

9. Mike Llmongello, North Babylon, N.Y.. 9-7, 9,010. 10. Bob Strampe, Detroit, 9-7, 8,991.

It. Ralph Harlmann, New Hyde Park, N.Y., 4-10, 8,892. 12. Jack Blondolilllo, Gilroy, 6-10, 8,864. 13.

Carmen Salvino, Chicago, 6-10, 8.830. 14. Ed Doltay, Everett, 6-10, 8,821. 15. Don Hcllinq, St.

Louis, 5-11, 8,751. 16. Dick Battista, Astoria, N.Y., 5-11, issued through the school's sports information office, Aubrey said: "The reasons for reaching the decision to drop these players are in relation to direct violations of established rules which are the same for any member of the team, black or white." Aubrey said the four would keep their athletic scholarships through the spring semester. One black olaver remains on May Host Sun Bowl El Paso, Tex. irV-Texas Tech will be the host team in KI Paso's Dec.

19 Sun Bowl football game, if Tech doesn't win the Southwest Conference title ami go to the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. The Sun Bowl selection committee chairman, Rich McCarty, and Tech Athletic Director, J. T. King, said in a joint announcement Tuesday that Tech's Red Raiders were accepting the Sun Howl invitation pending the conference outcome. McCarty, asked about a report from Atlanta that Georgia Tech would be the visiting team, said the Sun Bowl can't extend "an invitation lo Georgia Tech or several other schools because, of NCAA deadline rules.

He wouldn't comment further on the report in the Atlanta Journal. Georgia Tech can't be invited until Saturday night. McCarty said that if Texas Tech isn't available as host school, others being considered were Arizona State University, Oklahoma and Colorado. teams did play three common Class opponents, and Dix comes out equal to or better than St. Agnes in each case when comparing scores.

Hildreth, which held the No. 1 spot all season until a final game defeat, is placed in the No. 4 spot, with conqueror Overton settling for fifth. Mead took over the top rung on the eight-man ladder halfway through the season and was never dislodged while sprinting to a perfect 9-0 record. The argument among the contenders for the eight-man title is more difficult to settle, since the first seven teams in the ratings all compiled unbeaten-untied marks.

Particularly in two cases, where very little travel would have been needed, it's too bad that champion Mead and No. 2 Odell, and Shelby (No. 4) and Milligan (No. 5) couldn't haye met in a pair of playoff games. Nebraska Prep Ratings 15y VIRGIL PARKEK Prep Sports Writer Lexington St.

Ann arrived at the last possible moment, while Mead got there several weeks ago and hung on. Both found that it pays to be in the right place at the right time. The right place is now, when the final ratings for the season are determined. By accomplishing thai task, both schools become state gridiron champions in their respective division for the 1970 prep season. Class champion Lexington St.

Ann was never in the No. 1 position until this final rating. Coach Mike Worlman's club tangled with six Class foes during the regular season to stay near the top, then finished with an impressive win over highly regarded Class Nelson for the Republican Valley League championship to move into the leadership role. The tougher schedule and a resulting 9-1 record gives St. Ann the nod over unbeaten Dix.

which becomes the small school division's runncrup U-man team. Alliance St. Agnes, which also played a great number of Class clubs, winds up third after losing one and tying another. Though its schedule may also have been more challenging than that faced by Dix, the two Stillwater, Okla. iffi Four black players, including two starters, were dismissed Tues day from the Oklahoma State university basketball team for "failure to report to practice" apparently in connection with racial unrest at the campus during the past week.

Coach Sam Aubrey said seniors Bob Buck, John Robinson and Jerry Redo and sophomore Kenneth Jackson were dropped from the squad after missing two practices. Asked if there was any chance the players would be allowed to return to the team, Aubrey answered, "No." Buck, a 6-6 forward, and Robinson, a 6-2 guard, were starters last year and were being depended on again for the 1970-71 season which begins in two weeks. Buck was Oklahoma State's leading scorer and re-bounder in 1969-70. Redo and Jackson did not figure heavily in Aubrey's plans for the upcoming campaign. "It was a rough decision to make," said Aubrey, 48, who is in his first year as head coach at Oklahoma State after 16 seasons as assistant to the retired Henry Iba.

"I can't have two different standards," said Aubrey, "I'm not made that way. That's all there is to it." Aubrey said he did not consult Iba, famed as a strict disciplinarian, before dismissing the four players. A confrontation between white and black students on campus last Thursday ni'ght touched off a sequence of events that eventually led many blacks boycott OSU classes Monday and Tuesday. Four black student leaders met with Gov. Dewey Bartlett Tuesday while iyill By Virgil Parker Class some 200 black youths sat in the corridor outside the governor's office.

"I don't know if they (the four basketball players) were involved or not," said Aubrey. "They just didn't show for practice two practices." In a prepared statement Tiger Pass Rush, Harrison Worry Kansas1 Mentor Lawrence, Kan. Missouri's ferocious pass rush and fullback Jim Harrison arc what Kansas Coach Pepper Rodgcrs fears most in Saturday's football game. Their pass rush, Rodgcrs said Tuesday, will be the best the Jayhawks have played against, and the only way to beat it is to "protect our passers, and hit the guys who are open." Rockets' Johnson Home After Surgery Northeast basketball coach Ed Johnson returned home Tuesday following a five-day hospital stay for surgery. The veteran coach hopes be back at Northeast by the end of the week.

Assistants Leroy Seng and Hank Willemsen have been conducting the Rockets' pre-season basketball drills. GALS' VOLLEYBALL Tuesday's Results Swingers 21-16-18, SOS 12-14-7; Bouncers 18-18-12, Hickman 10-10-10, Walker Tire 2415-6, Husker Spikeltes 5-13-14; Psychadolls 16-16-11, Bryan 10-14-9; Stale Farm 16-20-24, Gonyeas 18 9-4, Waverly 18-10-13, Cullen 12-23-II rights from closed circuit television in 110 locations in the United States, plus showing, in 26 countries overseas via satellite bringing the over-all take up to around $1.5 million. Frazier. unbeaten in 25 fights with 22 kayos, has been guaranteed $150,000 against 40 per cent of the receipts. Foster, the light-heavy champion, seeking i the varsity squad.

He is Ray mond Cole, a sophomore guard whose brother, Bobby, is a running back on the Oklahoma State football team. Pro Golf League Founders Hope For 1971 Start New York Formation of a golf league funded by 11 regional franchise owners for 6.6 million the first year, patterned after other organized professional sports, and intended to attract some of the top names in golf was announced Tuesday by Charles R. L. White and Constantino Seredin of New York, the co-founders. The International Professional Golf League (IPGL) which is slated to begin a schedule of match-play events in the spring of 1971, consists of 11 regiona franchises, whose owners have been committed to $600,000 each for the first year of operation.

White, commissioner pro tern. and Seredin. president, saic each franchised team would consist of six players and two alternates. None of the players been sined and none of the tourney sites in the franchises confirmed. to go up in class, is promised 22'- per cent.

The title bout is part of a screened doubleheader also featuring a 10-round fight in New York's Madison Square Garden between two promising heavyweight contenders, Boone Kirk-man of Seattle and George Foreman, unbeaten Olympic champion. OU Chasing Big 8 Tie In Husker Tilt Olympic Club Needs Top Weight Matmen The Nebraska Olympic Club which is holding wrestling tryouts Wednesday night at the NU Coliseum, needs more matmen in the upper weigln classes. Director Newt Copplc says he would like more boys ages 8-11 in weight classes 130 pound-: and above to come out at 7 p.m. NEBRASKA 432 3126 12th Street STARTS THUR! MEET "Gadabout Caddis" IN OUR LOBBY P.M. America's No 1 Sportsman 7 MUM- liaiiniiiiiiT a GADDIS "The I Fisherrn.inV hrst fui' length Outdoor Spectacle! FISHINft U.S.

A. Xt 'ft eCT mm- a-jbt I 8,746. OU Will Start 11 Sophomores Norman, Okla. The University of Oklahoma will face Nebraska in a Big Eight title showdown this Saturday with 11 sophomores in the starting 22. Coach Chuck Fairbanks said Tuesday that sophomore Greg Pruitt will replace injured junior halfback Everett Marshal.

The coach described Tuesday's practice as "ragged." Trip To Florida Like Returning Home For Gibson Manhattan, Kan. UP Playing at Florida State this week will be a lot "like playing against our own offense," Coach Vince Gibson of Kansas State said at' Tuesday's football practice. Five of the K-State coaches, including himself, have either played or coached at Florida Stale. Gibson both played and coached there. Flanker John Goerger, injured in Saturday's Nebraska game, and linebacker Oscar Gibson are both out with knee injuries, and may not play.

Cheever, 214-20O--595; Marlene Becker, 203; Maggie Welton, 537. Alley Action Men's 230 Games, 600 Series At Hollywood Dick Patterson, 232-619; Stan Tyrrell, 232. At Parkway Dean Connett, 242. At Plaza Dave Johnson, 235627; Max Jensen, 605; Irv Kahl, 238. Ladies' 200 Games, 525 Series At Tony's Dorothy Grantski, 217; Opal Henke, 204.

At Hollywood Shirley Dcterding, 221599; Pauline Towle, 532; Shirley Hill, 209; Margaret Zimmerman, 200; Olive Horton, 549; Nancy Bratt, 204. At Parkway Shari Hamilton, 225-215-613; Carl Buckley, 218; Joyce Gilbert, 219-543, Barb Scribner, At Plaza June Decker, 200; Janice Jackson, 2C3; Barb Howard, 200; Sharon Strough. 553; Marion Nelson, 530; Nancy Jones, 202; Joan Frederick, 525; Georgia Wall, 554; Shirley Deterding, 201-529. Kay McCloughlin, 229551; Kathy Thompson 54T; Mary Casey, 211533; Laura Berry, 202; Marga Hardesty, 201535; Shirley Gilmore 542; Dee Coates, 229-209595; Ann Shunkwiler, 529; Darlene Nelson, 214560; Shirley Busboom, 202-576; Marge Propp, 203-556; Kathy Dinges, 210-582; Nita Pro Basketball NBA Philadelphia 113, Detroit 91 New York 103, Phoenix 100 San Francisco Chicago 105 ABA Floridians 122, Pittsburgh 116 Memphis 119, Virginia 103 It's Frazier's Fuzzy Beard Versus Foster's Fu Manchu IN TUSSLE FOR HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE i 1 Lexington St. Ann (9-1) 2 Dix (8-0) 3 Alliance St.

Agnes (8-1-1) 4 Hildreth (8-1) 5 Ovcrton (7-1-1) Eight 1 Mead (9-0) 2 Odell (8-0) 3 Wheatland (9-0) 4 Shelby (9-0) 5 Milligan (8-0) Nebraska would go a long way toward determining, if we were invited, whether I would consider a bowl game. The Sun and Liberty bowls reportedly are keeping an eye on the Sooners. Fairbanks didn't say who made the other two contacts. Lacewell maintains the sophomorish Sooners won't be awed by Nebraska. Pointing to 17 non-seniors among OUs 22 starters, he said: "This team isn't scared of Nebraska.

They're too young to be scared." Trans-Nebraska With drawl Asked By Hastings High Grand Island lP Hastings High School has requested withdrawal from the Trans-Nebraska Conference, it was announced Tuesday by Dr. Eugene Miller of Grand Island, president of the conference's executive board. Miller said the reason cited by Hastings officials was the inability to do well against Lincoln schools in the conference. He said official action on the request can't be taken until the conference's annual meeting next May, as required by the conference constitution. Hastings is a charter member of the conference which also includes Grand Island High, Lincoln High, Lincoln Northeast, Lincoln Southeast, Lincoln East and North Platte.

The Tigers have a 1-16-1 record over the past two seasons, winning their only game this year, 2-0, over Norfolk. HOCKEY NHL Louis 3 lifornia 1 Minnesota 5. Montreal 5, 6- Bancroft (7-1) 7- Litchfield (8-0-1) 8- Bruning (6-1-1) 9- Lyman (7-2) 10- Wolbach (7-2) Man 6- Republican Valley (10-0) 7- Stapleton (10-0) 8- Bartlett (8-1) 9- Giltner (7-1) 10- Trenton (8-2) Prep All-Star Teams Chosen Around State High school football conferences around the state have begun the task of selecting all-star teams following the conclusion of the gridiron season. The Goldenrod and Mid-Nebraska leagues and the Six-County and Crossroads eight-man circuits were the first to agree upon all-star aggregations. MID-NEBRASKA Northern Division Don Laux and Jack Colwell, Adams Central; Bob Sheehey, Chris Sass and Joe Trausch, Hastings St.

Cecilia; Tim Burke, Greg Kohtz and Mike Crocker, Grand Island Northwest; Jeff Hupp, Gary Schmidt and Matt Menck, Grand Island Central Catholic. Southern Division Bob Squires, Wayne Ernst, and Tim Schroeder, Sandy Creek; Steve Burns and Jim Barton, Superior; Bill Bliefernich, Rich Hughes, Rod Norrie, Dun Nichols, Dan Sorge and John Brower, Geneva. GOLDENROD Offense Ends Bob Parminter, Stromsburg, and Jim Carlson, Osceola; Tackles Jim Kava, C'arks, and Brvce Andersen. Osceola; Guards Lauren Ericksen, Stromsburg, and Keith Brazda, Polk; Center Jerry Pollard, Clarks; Backs Brad Stallings, Stromsburg, Rick Davis, Palmer, Cal Coffin, Osceola and Kenny Bills, Polk. Defense Ends Andersen, Osceola and Alan Paulsen, Palmer; Tackles Kava, Clarks, and Max Fredrickson Stromsburg; Guards Erickson, Stromsburg and Russ Jacobi, Genoa; Linebackers Coffin, Osceola, Bills, Polk and Tom Nordeen, St.

Edward; Safeties Stallings, Stromsburg and Larry vaiasek, silver treek. SIX COUNTY Offense Center Randy Tiaden, Brule; Guards Don Sheldon, Brule, and Bruce Mar. aurdt, Venango; Ends Jim Moore, Wallace, and Scott Dodson, Backs Mick Strand, Venanqo, Tim Meyer, Brule, Randy Laflan, Brule and John Benner, Venanqo. Defense Ends Mike Dehning, Pig Springs, and Marquardt, Venanao; Guards Tim Diaz, Brule and Don Hahlweg, Venanqo; Racks Laflan, Brule, Strand. Venanao.

Galen Bagby, Big Springs, and Dodson, Venango. CROSSROADS Offense Center Clinton Peterson, Marquett; Guards Blake Matousek. Shelbv and Brian Scheele, Gresham; Ends Tom Arndt, McCool, and Jeff Jacobsen, Mar-ciuette; Backs Dan Nobie, Gresham, Van Grossnicklaus, Shelby, Bob Smith. Shelby, and Greg Rehrs, hampton. Defense Guards Rob Gutter, Shelby, and Tim Allen, Benedict; Ends I e.

Gresham. Jacobsen, Marquette and Mark Bowman, Bradshaw; Backs Shelby, Arndt. McCool. Peterson, Mar. ouette, Dan Dve, Bradshaw and Albert Bahr, Rising City.

FEATURE RACES At Aqueduct She's Rich 4.20 2.40 The Dee Bee Luxe 2.60 2.80 Hilltaion 2.60 2.80 At Liberty Bell Frances Flower 5.60 3.00 2.60 Clover Blossom 4.00 3.20 Eglogla 4.60 Hunting Clock Th following applies to any point In Nebraska that It due nortti or due south of each of th cities and towns. For each 13 miles west ot any dtsignattd city, add one minute. For each 13 miles east, subtract one nute. All times listed are Centre) Oavllght Time, except for Scottsbluff, which Is on Mountain Devllght Time, i Shooting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to one-halt hour efter iunset for big game, one-half hour before sunrise to sunset for small game, and sunrise to sunset for the special teal season. Norman.

Okla. i.F) Assistant Oklahoma football coach Larry Laccwell looked ahead to Saturday's battle with unbeaten Nebraska and said: "This is our bowl game." Nebraska accepted Sunday an invitation to the Orange Bowl in Miami. The Cornhuskers had just crushed Kansas State, 51-13, to assure themselves at least a tie for the Big Eight championship. Their over-all record is 9-0-1, their conference mark 6-0. "Awesome, awesome," were the words used by Oklahoma scout Gene Hochaver to describe Nebraska's performance against Kansas State.

Oklahoma's Sooners battled back from early season dif-iculties to build a 4-1 conference mark they'll take into Saturdays game at Lincoln, Neb. A victory, and a victory Nov. 28 over Oklahoma State, would give OU a tie for the league title. It also would give the Sooners an 8-3 record for all games that some bowls might find interesting. "Actually, we've been contacted by four bowls," said Oklahoma coach Chuck Fairbanks, "But there have been no commitments made.

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The titleholder's 10-month growth of chin fuzz, wiry as a goat's and about three inches in length, and Foster's sinister-looking Fu Manchu mustache posed the chief problem as the two fighters prepared for their scheduled 15-rounder at Cobo Arena. The winner gets a possible shot at Muhammad Ali, also known as Cassius Clay, granting Ali can get by Oscar Unnm.ann in Win, Vnut TW 7 uiMiavuua in mv.w iuii LJt. i. The fight another phase in the boxing explosion that may gross $20 million in the next 12 months is expected to draw 10,000 to the arena, paying $10 to $100 a ticket. The live gate is calculated to reach $350,000 with ancillary Liver mm Central Omiha Sun- Sunrise set Sun- Sun- Sun- Sunrise set rise set Nov.

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