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14 The Lincoln Star Saturday, November 1, 1975 tatfe Ser Sinks L By KEN HAMBLETON Star Sports Writer Papillion Almost as if given a chance to relive a nightmare, the Papillion Monarchs scored with 1:28 left to topple the tenth-rated Lincoln Southeast Knights, 14-fl, here Friday night After driving 65 yards in 15 plays, the Monarchs faced almost the same situation as a week ago when they lost to Lincoln East after failing to score from the three-yard-line with 35 seconds left After two tries up the middle, Papillion had a fourth-and-one situation on the one-yard-line. Papillion quarterback Jim Lynam then crashed into the line and lost the football in the enusing pileup. Moments later, the officials signaled a touchdown after finding Monarch tackle Jim Bergren had recovered the football for the score to give the Monarchs a 14-8 lead with 1:34 left. Turning Point "I thought it was the turning point when the officials who said they didn't see the play, called the touchdown," said LSE Coach Frank Solich. "They said the kid fell on the ball, but they couldn't even tell me who it was." Morning Briefing A Sports Roundup FOOTBALL A federal judge Friday issued a temporary restraining order that partially prevents the National Football League from banning the hiring of players from the defunct World Football League. U.S. District Judge Edward Devitt said the ruling applies only to the nine players who filed a complaint. Under the ruling, the NFL and its 26 teams "are hereby restrained and enjoined from taking any action prohibiting, discouraging or otherwise preventing" the nine ex-Hawaii players from signing with NFL clubs. John McKay said Friday he has decided to give up his dual job as athletic director and head coach at the University of John McKay Leaving USC Southern California at the end of this season. He confirmed that next year he will be head coach and a vice president of the new NFL Tampa franchise. Detroit Lions' fullback Steve Owens has rejoined the team's practices. He had been sidelined since having knee surgery last December. Lions' quarterback Joe Reed, who inherited the job when the top two quarterbacks were injured Sunday, was hospitalized Friday with intestinal flu. The team was hopeful he will be able to play Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers. The Washington Redskins have signed free agent tackle Jim Arneson in an effort to bolster their injury-weakened offensive line. Offensive left guard Gery Palmer has been resigned by the Kansas City Chiefs. Palmer, drafted from Kansas in 1973, was released earlier this year by the Chiefs. Tennessee starting middle linebacker Steve Poole Friday was suspended for an indefinite period for what coach Bill Battle called "violation of training rules." Minnesota Vikings' reserve tight end Doug Kingsriter underwent knee surgery Friday and is lost for the rest of the NFL season. Rep. Torbert Macdonald, D-Mass., Friday accused NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle of using misleading and meaningless figures to combat legislation extending the ban on television blackouts for sports events which are sold out. BASEBALL Karl Kuehl, 38, became the youngest manager in the majors Friday when he was named to head the Montreal Expos. Kuehl, who managed Memphis in the International League last season, was given a one-year contract. Philadelphia Phillies' catcher Johnny Oates will enter the hospital this weekend for surgery on his left knee, the club said Friday. Baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn said Friday he expects to see a change in the use of designated hitters during the World Series and that he hopes umpires assigned to the World Series in the future will have had experience in previous championship games. Pitcher Bert Blyleven, who had a 15-10 record for the Minnesota Twins last season, has written to club President Calvin Griffith demanding to be traded during the winter. Dick O'Connell, general manager of the Boston Red Sox, Friday was named UPI's major league executive of the year. TENNIS Arther Ashe of the United States, Ray Moore of South Africa, Tom Okker of Holland and Die Nastase of Romania have advanced to the semifinals of the French Indoor Tennis Tournament. Australian Ross Case upset top-seeded Manuel Orantes, 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, Friday in the quarterfinals of the Philippine International Grand Prix. Australian Ken Rosewall and Italian C'onrado Barazutrj also won. Ingrid Bentzer, Sweden's top female player, Friday upset Australian ace Evonne Goolagong, 6-2, 6-3 in a women's international tennis tournament In Stockholm. OTHER SPORTS John FriUman of Omaha, first-round leader in the Izod Golf Tournament, finished in a three-way tie for ninth with a score of 290. The Happy Hollow Country Club pro was four strokes behind the leaders. Next year's Greater Hartford Open golf tournament will offer a $210,000 purse, its largest ever, sponsors said Friday. Jack Dempsey, 80-year-old former heavyweight boxing champion, was released from the hospital Friday after a week's stay for what family sources said was a mild stroke. "I really don't know what happened," said Papillion coach George Payne. "Lynam put it across the goalline and then lost the ball." The Knights took the lead just seven minutes earlier when quarterback Ed Davis hit tight end Bill Moody on a 12-yard touchdown pass, capping an 85-yard drive. The touchdown pass was only the second pass in the drive the other was a 35-yard effort from halfback Jim Bolin to receiver Gary Hager. The Monarchs took the lead in the second quarter when running back Scott Woodard scampered around the right end from the four to give Papio a 6-0 lead. Mike Fantaski booted the extra point to increase the margin to 7-0. That drive began when defensive back Bill Hurt picked off a Davis pass that was deflected by Mike Demato at the Papillion 37. Hurt turned that trick once again in the third quarter, intercepting a pass that had been tipped by Papillion's Randy Wink, halting a Knight drive at the Papillion 10. Hager was the standout for the Knights, grabbing eight passes for 66 yards and fullback Bolin f 44 I j 1 d f I' y I it Karl Kuehl New Expos Boss gained 49 yards running. Paces Monarchs Woodard paced the Monarchs with 72 of their 123 rushing yards. "This is just one of those years where nothing seemed to go our way," said Solich. "Our kids played well but I don't think we got a break all year." Papillion's Payne said he agreed with Solich but about his team. "We haven't gotten any breaks all year either and we were ready for a break tonight," Payne said. "Our whole offensive line showed a lot of determination and our backs did a tremendous job," he added. Waverly Slams Wahoo For Berth Wahoo - Dan Hill took the opening kickoff 92 yards for a Waverly touchdown and the Vikings went on for a 45-7 Class B win here Friday night to assure Waverly of a playoff berth. Waverly jumped to a commanding 21-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Hill added another tally on a two-yard scamper. Dan Skully also had two touchdowns, on 50 and four yard runs. Mark Winter kicked a 25-yard field goal and added four extra-point kicks. Waverly 21 10 0 14-45 Wahoo 0 0 7 0-7 Waverly - HIM (2) 92 kickoff return; 2 run; Scully (2) 50, 4 runs; Winter 25 field goal; Morris 2 run; Webb 2 run; PAT Winter (4) kicks; Wright pass from Richard. Grand Island 30, Hastings 3 Hastings Grand Island's fourth-rated Islanders advanced to the state Class A playoffs with a 30-3 win over Hastings here Friday afternoon. Utilizing a wishbone offense, coach Ken Fischer's club surprised the Tigers with three touchdown passes out of four completions. Senior Mike Hansen lofted two of the scoring strikes, one a 52-yard bomb to Steve Frei and the other a 60 yarder to Donn Den-nyardt. Grand Island heads into next Friday's semifinal round of the playoffs with an 8-1 record. Grand Island 0 6 14 10-30 Hastings 3 0 0 03 Grand Island Phillips 13 run; Dennhardt 60 pass from Hansen; Frei 52 pass from Hansen; Team safety; Peter 31 pass from Lenstrom. PAT Finn pass from Hansen; Wilsey pass from Lenstrom. HastlnflJ Christensen 37 field goal. O. Westside 49, O. Ryan 6 Omaha Junior halfback Craig Johnson tallied three touchdowns to pace Omaha Westside to an easy 49-6 triumph here Friday night at Westside past Omaha Ryan. The victory moved the playoff-bound Warriors to an 8-1 record while Ryan fell to 1-8. Westside was never in trouble, stretching a 22-0 halftime lead into a 42-0 third-quarter advantage. O. Ryan 0 0 0 66 O. Westside 7 15 20 7-49 O. Ryan Noonan 59 pass from Wyshowski. O. Westside - Pflug 47 pass from Severe; Billinger, 1-run; Craig Johnson (3) 65 punt return; 45 and 17-runs; Mark. Johnson, 9-run; Benak 70 pass Interception. PAT Pflug (5) kicks; Billinger run. Neb. City Lourdes 42, Falls Gty SH 20 Nebraska City Nebraska City Lourdes captured the Galaxy Conference cham Th Lb NEBRASKA Offense MISSOURI I No. Name Ht. Wt. Yr. Pos Yr. Wt. Ht. Name No. 88 Mushinskie 6-2 217 Sr. TE Sr. 222 6-3 Douglass 82 70 Lingenfelter 6-7 282 Jr. LT So. 250 6-5 Taylor 76 51 Schmidt 6-2 222 Jr. LG Jr. 240 6-3 Yearian 77 54 Bonness 6-4 223 Sr. C Jr. 230 6-1 McDevitt 51 63 Jorgensen 6-2 241 So. RG Jr. 235 6-3 Kowalczyk 65 78 Hoins 6-3 246 Jr. RT Jr. 250 6-4 Towns 75 8 Thomas 5-8 162 Jr. SE Sr. 181 6-0 Grossart 11 15 Ferragamo 6-3 208 Jr. QB Jr. 197 6-3 Plsarkiewicz 15 49 Anthony 6-3 207 So. IB Sr. 225 6-1 Galbreath 30 25 Davis 5-11 214 Sr. FB Sr. 219 6-1 Blakeman 47 27 Helser 5-10 181 Sr. WB So. 176 5-11 Stewart 32 Defense 80 Phillips 6-4 225 Jr. LE Sr. 209 6-0 Garavaglla 34 93 Wied 6-2 228 Sr. LT Sr. 230 6-1 Cooper 50 69 Lee 6-1 248 Sr. MG Sr. 220 6-3 Meyer 54 72 Fultz 6-5 275 Jr. RT Jr. 240 6-4 Frisch 91 87 Martin 6-1 208 Sr. RE Sr. 210 6-1 McRoberts 84 61 Pillen 6-1 207 Jr. LB Jr. 210 6-2 Hodge 57 46 Wightman 6-3 213 So. LB Jr. 210 6-2 Klrkpatrlck 52 34 Butterf ield 5-10 182 Jr. CB Jr. 178 6-0 Fitzgerald 41 35 Jones 6-0 183 Sr. CB Sr. 178 5-11 Downing 19 26 Monds 6-2 204 Sr. Mon Jr. 190 6-4 Carter 2 2 Burrow 5-11 170 Sr. S Jr. 184 6-0 Banta 27 Kickoff 12 noon, Faurot Field, Columbia Broadcasts - ABC-TV Ch. 7 & 4, KLIN, KFOR, WOW, KFAB. Big Eight Standings Conf. Games All Gaines Team W L T Prt.PFPA W L T Pet. PF PA, NEBRASKA 3 0 0 1.000 107 41 7 0 0 1.000 249 78 1 Oklahoma 3 0 0 1.000 85 30 7 0 0 1.000 237 81 Missouri 2 1 0 .667 96 48 5 2 0 .714 180 127! Oklahoma State 1 2 0 .333 69 88 5 2 0 .714 201 124 Colorado 1 2 0 .333 72 104 5 2 0 .714 208 151 1 Iowa State 1 2 0 .333 34 63 4 3 0 .571 113 125 fc jsas 1 2 0 .333 40 61 4 3 0 .571 129 96 Kansas State 0 3 0 .000 13 77 3 4 0 .428 79 119 Saturday's Games Nebraska at Missouri, 12 noon (National television, locally Channel 7). Oklahoma State at Oklahoma, 1:30 p.m. . Colorado at Iowa State, 1.30 p.m. !. Kansas State at Kansas, 1:30 p.m. i Solich, whose Knights finished 4-5, said he was proud of his team and that it would be difficult to find a tougher squad than Papillion. Papillion's Payne, whose team finished 5-4, offered the same compliments. "Southeast may just be the best team in Lincoln this year," he said. LSE 0 0 0 8- S Papillion 0 7 0 7-14 Pap - Woodard, 4 run (Fantaski kick) LSE - Moody. 12 past from Davis (Hager pass from Davis) Pap - Bergren, recovered fumble In end zone (Fantaski kick) LSI P First downs 12 1? Rushes-yards 30-103 55-123 Passing yards 105 34 Passes 12-23-2 3-7-0 Return yards 3 67 PuntsAve. 2-30.5 4-36.0 Fumbleslost 1-0 3-0 Penaltiesyards 1-5 4-40 pionship Friday night downing Falls City Sacred Heart 42-20 behind the running of sophomores Dave Schreiter and Joe Durr. Schreiter rushed for 197 yards on 24 carries and scored on runs of one, two and 63 yards. Durr gained 131 yards on 16 tries and had scoring runs of three and 41 yards. Kim Ollsen kicked six conversions as the Knights, ranked No. 7 in Class C-2, moved to 8-0-1. Falls City Scared Heart, ninth-rated in Class D, dropped to 5-2-1. Falls City SH 6 6 0 -20 NC Lourdes 7 7 21 0-42 Falls City SH - Hill, (2), 2 run, 5 pass from Altken; Pokorny, 16 pass from Aitken; PAT Pokorny, pass from Altken. NC Lourdes - Schreiter (3) 1, 2, 63 runs; Durr (2) 3, 41 runs; Wlchman, 1 run, PAT - Ollsen (6) kicks. OgaUala 14, Holdrege 12 Holdrege Ogallala, seventh-ranked in Class B, broke a half-time deadlock on a three-yard run by Ron Knight and went on to upset second-ranked Holdrege, 14-12, here Friday night. The eventual winning points scored on a point-after-touchdown pass from Brad Ratlif to Bill Malone. The loss was the first for Holdrege, now 8-1. The win enabled Ogallala, also 8-1, to tie Holdrege for the Southwest Conference championship. Ogallala 0 6 8 0-14 Holdrege 0 6 0 6-12 Ogallala - Crook, 10 pass from Ratllff ; Knight, 3 run; PAT Malone, pass from Ratlif. Holdrege - Means, 60 pass from Johnson; Akerson, 1 run. Fremont 53, Beatrice 36 Beatrice Fremont topped Beatrice in a high-scoring battle between Class A schools, 53-36, here Friday night. Greg Olson led the scoring barrage for Fremont as he carried 25 times for 214 yards and tallied four touchdowns. The win hiked Fremont's record to 3-4-1, while Beatrice dropped to 2-6 in the non-conference game. Fremont 7 20 0 26-53 Beatrice 7 7 7 15-36 Fremont - Carde'., 88 run; Olson (4) 8, 7, 80, 32 runs; Church (2) 8, 15 passes from Carden; Ronhovde, 2 run- PAT Carden, kick; Perry, pass from Carden; Ronhovde, pass from Carden. Beatrice - Brannen (3) 1, 76 runs, 83 kickoff return; Lovell 97 kickoff return; Diller, 8 run; PAT - Parks (4) kicks; Brannen, run. Goodrich Rejoins Los Angeles (AP) Holdout guard Gail Goodrich will rejoin the Los Angeles Lakers next week, but will play out his option without signing a contract, it was reported Friday night. Zentic Praises Defense Continued from page 13. run by Uduak Udofia with 3:25 left In the opening period. "Our kicking game gave that touchdown away," Zentic said. "Our first team defense didn't give up any points all night which was very encouraging." After Link kicker John Beaver's extra point sailed wide left to leave East ahead 7-6, the Spartans dominated until Zentic pulled out his first string players at the start of the fourth quarter with East ahead 34-6. The Spartans, who improved their overall record to 8-0-2, ballooned to the wide margin as Watters dove over from one yard out with 11:38 remaining in the second quarter. Watters almost blew the score as he broke loose for a 23-yard gain but fumbled the ball when he was hit at the 10. Split end Ken Rejda alertly fell on the ball at the one-yard line to set Watters' second score. It was about the only error Watters made during the contest, as he ended up with 98 yards rushing and 113 yards passing. Watters got his third score on a four-yard run with 1:14 left in the half, and had another touchdown called back when he faked out everyone, including the officials, on a one-yard run in the third quarter. On the play, Watters had faked a handoff to halfback Sam Yowell and then skirted around left end for the score. But the referee, thinking Yowell had been stopped short of the goal had whistled the play dead. No matter. Yowell got the yard and the touchdown on the next play to boost the Spartans to a 27-6 margin. Halfback Dave Stear put the final East points on the board on five-yard run as the third quarter ended. With Zentic sweeping his bench, Lincoln High was able to score twice in the final period behind the passing of quarterback Dean Carstens and the receiving of end Mike Smith. Carstens took advantage of the Spartan's second-unit defense as he threw touchdown strikes of 37 and 35 yards to the speedy Smith. "We start fiddlin' and piddlin' around out there when our reserves went in," Zentic said. With the score narrowed to 34-18 with Smith's second score with 3:33 left in the game, Zentic hustled his first offensive unit back into the contest in a move that could prove costly. On the first play, Watters gained nine-yards but suffered an injury to his left elbow which forced to him to the bench for the rest of the game. "We put ice on his (Watters) arm right away and it doesn't look to be serious," Zentic said. Zentic, who has been the Spartan's head coach since the school opened in 1967, praised his squad's effort. "You have to give these kids credit. They really put it together tonight," he said. "Lincoln High isn't as bad a ttcin as their record shows. "I'm just pleased we are representing Lincoln in the first playoffs. It places a lot of pressure on us, but I think we will represent the city well." The Spartans will face either Grand Island or Bellevue in the opening round next Friday. "I don't care who we play really," said Zentic. "I'm just tickled to be in there." Lincoln East 7 14 13 0-34 Lincoln High 6 0 0 12-18 LE - Walters, 35 run, (Haefner kick) LH - Udofia, 3 run (kick tailed) LE - Watters 1 run (Haefner kick) LE - Watters 4 run (Haefner kick) . LE - Yowell 1 run (Kick failed) LE Stear, 5 run (Haefner kick) LH Smith, 37 pass from Carstens . (kick failed) LH Smith 35 pass from Carstens (kick failed) LE LH First downs 21 10 Rushes-yards 41-199 32-113 Passing yards 129 112 Passes 11-21-1 4-21-1 Return yardage 21 0 Punting 4-20 6 4-28.4 Fumbles-lost 7-3 1-0 Penalties-yards 7-65 12-105 Friend 36, Dorchester 14 Friend - A 36-point first half barrage was all Friend needed here Friday night as they downed Dorchester, 36-14. Kirk Kellough scored on runs of 1, 31 and 97 yards, while Calvin Kahout scored once in a 2-yard run and Larry Brambila picked up a blocked punt and ran 38 yards for the score. Friend, now 6-0-3, enters ClassC-2 Conference playoffs. Dorchester 0 0 6 1-14 Friend 16 20 0 0-36 Dorchester - Hohensee, 3 run; Seeken, 29 run. PAT - Hohensee, past from Seeken. Frtond - Kellough (3), 1, 31, 97 run; Kohout, 2 run; Brambila, 31 blocked punt return; Everspacher, 32 (laid goal. PAT - Everspacher (3) kicks. Giacomin Traded New York (UPD-Goalie Ed Giacomin, a 10-year veteran with the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League, Friday was acquired on waivers by the Detroit Red Wings. Prep Grid Class A Millard 48, South Sioux City 7 Millard "S'-4? South Slou City 0 0 7 0- 7 Millard - Tordy t run; Shauta 1 run; Hansen 3 run; Moore (2) 22 run; 4 past from Albln; Zahlll 12 run; Story 40 pass from Noltlng; PAT - Teasch (6) kicks. S. Sioux - Moore 65 run; PAT - Mast kick. Columbus 13, Norfolk 7 Norfolk 0 0 7 0- 7 Columbus 13 0 0 0-13 Norfolk - Honclk, 22 pass from Copple; PAT - Copple, kick. Columbus - Schwartzer, 5 run; Nltz, 9 run; PAT - Ryba, kick. Kearney 30, Alliance 0 Kearney 10 7 7 6-30 Alliance 0 0 0 0-0 Kearney - Adamson, 4 run; Herring, I blocked punt return; Staab, 22 field goal, Stubbs, 9 run; Parks, 5 run. PAT - Staab (3) kicks. Class B Falls City 14, Boys Town 0 Boys Town 0 0 0 00 Falls City 6 0 8 0-14 Falls City Kratz, 24 run; Farmer, 87 kickoff return; PAT Jahn, pass from Kratz. Arlington 20, Blair 12 Arlington 6 8 0 6-20 Blair 0 6 6 0-12 Arlington - Jacob, 1 run; Harper, 1 run; Harmon, 80 kickoff return; PAT Meier, pass from Jacob. Blair - Shanahan, 5 run; Patterson, 75 kickoff return. Albion 41, Grand Island CC 12 Gl CC 0 0 6 6-12 Albion 7 28 6 0-41 Gl CC Hoge, 15 run; Jeffreys, 45 run. Albion Waid, 20 run; Carder, 44 past from Lee; McCulston (2) 4, 25 runs; Schrad, 54 pass from Lee; Sherburne, 4 run; PAT - McCulston (3) kicks; Schrad, pass from Spiegel. Madison 36, C. Lakeview 14 Maldson :..0 8 7 22-36 C. Lakeview 0 0 0 14-14 Madlton - Harper, 3 run; Wehrle (2) 35, 3 passes from Peterson; Brosh, 8 pass from Peterson; Hartner, 65 run; PAT Brosh, pass from Peterson; Funk, pass from Peterson; Harper, pass from Peterson. C. Lakeview Shamie, 1 run; Grotelueschen, 10 pass from Iverson; PAT Grotelueschen, pass from Iverson. Auburn 27, Syracuse 7 Syracuse 0 7 0 07 Auburn 21 6 0 0-27 Syracuse Watermelon 3 run; PAT Bates, kick. Auburn Erlsman, 66 run; Luhrlng, 44 pass from Brown; Mellage, 33 pass Interception; Brown, 18 run; PAT Hector (3) kicks. Ashland 16, Raymond Central 12 Ashland 0 8 8 0-16 Raymond Central 0 0 0 1212 Ashland Jardine4 run; Coffin 1 run; PAT Anderson (2) runs. Raymond Central - Gerdes 3 run; Kublk 20 run. Wymore Southern 20, Milford6 Wymore So 6 7 7 0-20 Mllford 0 6 0 0-6 Wymore So. McClure, 1 run; Philip-pi, 4 run; Humphreys, 21 run. PAT Niday (2) kicks. Mllford Hoggins, 4 run. Plattsmouth 34, Nebraska City 32 Nebraska City 7 10 7 8-32 Plattsmouth 14 0 6 14-34 Nebraska City - Golden (2) 69, 50 passes from Reuter; Gruber, (2), 20, 1 runs; Woodes, 27 field goal; PAT Reuter (3) kicks; Vogel, run. Plattsmouth - Ofe, 45 fumble recovery; Lindquist, 20 pass from Morehead; Adkins, 60 pass from Morehead; Morehead, 8 run; Linder, 25 pass from Morehead; PAT Elworth (2) kicks; Adkins, pass from Morehead. Superior 28, Fairbury 0 Superior 7 0 14 7-28 Fairbury 0 0 0 00 Superior - Hiatt, 10 run; Delka (2) 45, 5 runs; Edwards, 14 pass from Rempe; PAT - Edwards (4) kicks. Norris 22, Crete 14 Norris 14 B 0 0-22 Crete 0 8 0 6-14 Norris Hohensee (2), 18, 7 runs; Lueders 19 run; PAT Gushard run; Bowman run. Crete Crees (2), 19, 30 passes from Braynard; PAT Lothrup pass from Braynard. Players Conquer Challenge Continued from page 13. decision to Bellevue In its season opener, "we thought at first it might have cost us a shot at the playoffs. "But," he points out, "we didn't know the district alignments at that time. After we found out we were in, different districts, we met with the kids and presented them the challenge win the rest of our games and qualify for the playoffs." The Warriors have come a long way since that first loss and would be primed for a rematch. "We played quite well in that, first game," recalls Johnson, "but we missed about two or three opportunities to score. "Our last few games have been pretty error-free," he says. "We're strictly two-platooning now. I think that makes a big difference going into the fourth quarter for high school ball." According to Johnson, four or five players were two-way starters for Westside in that first game. All have since been declared either offensive or defensive starters. Westside also was minus the services of three injured starters against Bellevue. Johnson's hoping a stronger team will be the difference in reversing the outcome if a rematch materializes. Summaries Class Sandy Creek 41, Geneva 0 Sandy Creek 12 13 J 8-41 Geneva .'. 0 0 0 0-0 Sandy Crook - Stromar, 9 past from Engel; Martin, 76 run; Shipley, 4 run; Davenport (2) 24, 4 pattot from Stromar; Engel, 47 run; PAT - Stromar, kick; Davenport, pais from Engel; Engel, run. Hebron 6, Henderson 0 Henderson...'. 0 0 0 00 Hebron 0 0 0 6-6 Hebron - Gerdes, 8 run. Louisville 28, Valley 22 Louisville I! 7 6 0-28 Valley 060 16-22 Louisville - Earnest (2) 19, 31 runs; Bender, 22 from Earnest; Safety, Davit tackled Egbartt In end zone; Richards, 21 run pat - Cartmlll (7) kirks Valley - Johnston (2) 93 kickoff return, 2 run; Egbartt, 26 pest from Samson, PAT - Egbartt, pass from Sbmson; Chrlstofferson, run. Malcolm 12, Ft. Calhoun 10 Ft. Calhoun 0 0 8-10 Malcolm J-12 Ft. Calhoun - Welchert, 60 pass from Chrlstansen; team safety; PAT - Sprlck, pass from Chrlstansen. Malcolm - Nolte, 25 run; Roberts, 60 pass Interception. Humboldt 28, Johnson-Brock 6 Johnson-Brock .'. 0 0 0 6-6 Humboldt 6 8 8 6-28 Johnson-Brock - Alexander, 3 run. Humboldt - L. Drake, 5 run; Helm, 12 run; Workman (2) 11, 40 runs; PAT -Helm, run; McKIm, pass from B. Rallsback. Palmyra 16, Elmwood 3 Elmwood 3 0 0 0- i Palmyra 14 2 0 0-16 Elmwood - Rorle 24 field goal. Palmyra - Kemkes4run; Hall 17 past from Lashley; team safety; PAT Beecham run. Fremont Bergan 42, Logan View 6 Logan View 0 0 0 6-6 F. Bergan 7 0 21 14-42 Logan View Sweet 9 run. Fremont Bergan Olmstead (2) 1-run, 41 pass interception; Poehling 90 kickoff return; Pfelfer, 3-run; lossl, 63-run; Anderson 1-run; PAT Jennings (6) kicks. Tri County 34, ' Tecumseh 6 Trl County 0 18 8 8-34 Tecumseh 6 0 0 0-6 Trl County - Preston 50 pass from Koenlg; Bergmeler (2) 5 run, 16 pass from Koenlg; Koenlg (2) 28, 3B runs; team safety; PAT - Verglth pass from Koenlg; Tecumseh - Pope 33 run. Class D Sterling 31, Pawnee City 12 Pawnee City 6 00 6-12 Sterling 12 12 7 0-31 Pawnee City Husa, 1 run; VanHorn 1 run. Sterling Schuster (2) 10, 20 passes from VanGroningen; Conkel (2) pass from VanGroningen, fumble recovery in end zone; VanGroningen, 35 run; PAT Gadeken, kick. Eight Mart Odell 46, Table Rock 20 Odell 8 22 16 0-46 Table Rock 0 8 0 12-20 Odell - Mark Vltosh (2) 27, 5 passes from Terry Bitosh; Spltsnogle, 17 pass from T. Vltosh; Kostel, 8 pass from T. Vitosli; T. Vltosh, 29 run; McKeever, 34 pass from Brad Vltosh; PAT - M. Vltosh, run; Klecan, run; Kostel (2) passes from T. Vltosh; Gaudeau, pass from B. Vltosh. Table Rock - Freeman, 4 run; Gottula (2) 6, 1 runs; PAT - Blecha, fumble recovery. Rising City 77, Benedict 6 Benedict 0 0 0 6-6' Rising City 16 22 24 15-77 Benedict Peterson 1 run. Rising City - Topil 4 run; Osborn (2) S3, 6 runs; Hiatt (2) 8, 11 runs; Garrison 2 run; Crook 2 run; Stuhr 34 pass from Hiatt; Banis 8 run; Bemis (2) 3 fumble recovery, 14 run; PAT - Topil kick; Osborn (2) runs; Drook run; Strueblng run; Reznicek run. York 68, Schuyler 14 York - York rolled to a 55-0 halftime lead here Friday night enroute to a 68-14 thrashing of Schuyler in Class B action. Ten players figured in the scoring with Jay Elkins and Brian Hedrick leading the parade with two TD's each. York reserves played most of the second half. Schuyler 0 00 14-14 York 21 34 6 7-68 Schuyler - Luft, 47 pass from Krelcl; Mueller, 3 run. PAT - McNally, run. York - Elkins (2) 20, 45 runs; Hedrick (2) 31 run, 42 pass Interception; Conway, 47 run; James, 2 run; Baker, 3 run; Yowell, 90 pass Interception; Dunham, 39 run; Murray, 6 run. PAT Apetz (7) kicks; Hager, kick. FEATURE RACES At Belmont Our Hermit 45.60 16.60 7.80 Jazziness 9.80 7.60 Canvasser 9.00 At Monmouth Mr. Turn 9.40 5.20 3.80 Coreacher 5.40 2.60 Folie de Grandeur 3.40 At Keystone Daxanna 4.00 3.00 2.60 Louisa Jane 4.40 3.60 Cheerful Bragg 3.20 BIG RED tVtKT FOuTBAll SATURDAY HF0RE THE GAME . 10 Pc Chicken wth 2 salads (choice) 6 rolls, toble service, big bottle of pepsil THINK 0FTHE COLONEL BEFORE THE GAWE1 f$75 Y t. plus tax m No. I&k . . .12! h ed ZN&Q... Football Scoreboard Albion 41, 01 NW 12 Alliance St. Agnes 30, Bayard 16 Antelmo-Merna 14, Litchfield 6 Arlington 20, Blair 12 Arthur 38, Cody 0 Ashland 16, Raymond Central 12 Auburn 27, Syracute 7 Aurora 22, Seward 14 Axtell 22, Kearney Cath. 8 Bancroft 27, Howellt 14 Bennington 34, Waterloo 18 Blue Hill 48, Harvard 27 Bradshaw 6, Monro 6 (tie) Butte 20, Spencer 6 Cambridge 28, Bertrand 0 Central City 6, Mlnden 0 , Chambert 44, Loup County 0 Chappell 35, Paxton 24 Clarkt 30, Osceola 6 Clearwater 24, Lindsay H. F. 24 (tie) Columbut 13, Norfolk 7 Cozad 37, Broken Bow 0 David City 0, Fullerton 0 (tie) , Decatur 40, Mecy 30 I Elkhorn Mt. Mlchnl 8, Dodge 0 El wood 20, Lexington St. Ann 6 Emerton-Hubbard 24, Wakefield 15 Euitit 40, Madrld-Wheatlend 30 Fairmont 0, Exeter 0 (tie) Falls City 14, Boys Town 0 Fremont 53, Beatrice 36 Fremont Bergan 43, LoganVlew 6 Friend 36, Dorchester 14 Genoa 26, Stromsburg 8 Gibbon 43, Shelton 8 Grodon 46, Crawford 0 Gothenburg 13, McCook 7 Grand Island 30, Hastings 3 Grant 19, Sutherland 6 Gretna 32, Elkhorn 6 Gurley 24, Melbeta 14 Hampton 58, Marquette 6 Harlngton 32, Wynot 6 Hartlngton CC. 22, Wayne 7 Hastings Adams Central 40, Sutton 6 Hebron 4, Henderson 0 Homer 14, Ponca 0 Hordvllle 22, McCook Junction 20 Humboldt 28, Johnson-Brock 6 Humphrey St. Francis 7, Leigh 6 Iowa Deaf 32, Winnebago 8 Kearney 30, Alliance 0 Kimball 8, Ger'ng 6 Laurel 36, Bloomfleld 6 Lawrence 28, Hastings St. Cecilia 10 Lewlston 36, Elk Creek 6 Lexington 28, Ord 13 Loomls 14, Pleasanton 6 Louisville 28, Valley 22 Lyons 14, Tekamah-Herman 14 (tie) Madison 36, Col. Lakeview 14 Malcolm 12, Ft. Calhoun 10 Maywood 42, Culbertson 7 Millard 48, So. Sioux City 7 Mitchell 28, Mlnatare 8 N C. Lourdes 42, Falls City S.H. 20 Nehawka 10, Fllley 0 Nellgh 28, Crofton 16 Nelson 27, Alma 6 Newman Grove 16, Clarkson 12 Norfolk Catholic 14, Battle Creek 0 Norris 22, Crete 14 North Platte 15, Scottsbluff 0 N P. St. Pats 27, Curtis 14 Oakland 41, Pender 6 Odell 46, Table Rock 20 Ogallala 14, Holdrege 12 0. Bryan 27, 0. North 8 0. Burke 46, 0. Roncalll 8 O. Holy Name 24, Scribner 0 O. South 14, O. Central 0 0. Westside 49, O. Ryan 6 O'Neill 21, Randolph 18 Orleans 38, Kenesaw 0 Oshkosh 30, Morrill 0 Oxford 6, Republican Valley 0 Palisade 30, Haigler 8 Palmer 36, Elba 0 Palmyra 16, Elmwood 3 Plainvlew 12, Creighton 0 Plattsmouth 34, Neb. City 32 Polk 22, Doniphan 0 Potter 34, Dix 20 Prague 34, Beemer 14 Ravenna 3, Loup City 0 Red Cloud 22, Franklin 6 Rising City 77, Benedict 6 St. Edward 26, Silver Creek 0 Sandy Creek 41, Geneva 0 Sargent 22, North Loup Scotia 20 Sidnev 20, Chadron 0 Sidney St. Pats 50, Lodgepole 24 Spalding Academy 18, Cedar Rapids 14 Springfield Plattevlew 28, Centennial 0 Stamford 64, Holbrook 6 Stanton 8, Wisner-Pllger 7 Stapleton 26, Maxwell 7 Sterling 31, Pawnee City 12 Superior 28, Fairbury 0 Thedford 47, Brady 20 Tri County 34, Tecumseh 6 Trenton 26, Hayes Center 6 Trumbull 28, Ruskin 6 Valentine 42, Bassett 12 Wahoo Neumann 40, West Point CC 0 . Wallace 35, Tryon 22 Walthill 62, Allen 0 Waverly 45, Wahoo 7 West Pomt 36, North Bend 14 Wheeler Central 64, Humphrey 0 Wllber 0, Meridian 0 (tie) Wood River 52, Centura 0 Wymore Southern 20, Mllford 6 York 68, Schuyler 14 Platteview 28, Centennial 0 Waco Jeff Nielsen threw three touchdown passes to lead Platteview, No. 10 in Class B, to a 28-0 win over Centennial Friday night in Capital Conference action. Nielsen hit Dave Sevener with one scoring pass and Bill Milks with two as Platteview moves to 8-1. Centennial, third-ranked in Class C-2, now stands 5-2-1 and advances to the state playoffs. Platteview 0 16 6 6-28 Centennial 0 0 0 0-0 Platteview - Sevener, 25 pass from Nielsen; Havelone, 9 run; Milks (2) 7, 9 passes from Nielsen; PAT Vierregger, run; Havelone, run. FEATURE RACES At Santa Anita Miss Tokyo 7.40 4.60 4.00 It's Joy 6.80 5.00 Interiand 4 40, At Suffolk Downs Acting Jack 9.60 5.20 3.20 Rainy Road 3.60 2.40 Tornado Boots 3.60 SPECI AL S 10AM Till Kickoff Swrti . . . e b & Vsa aid York, tisbr ,

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