Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on May 1, 1977 · 29
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Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · 29

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, May 1, 1977
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s v 'v. N 4C May 1, 1977, Lincoln, Neb., Sunday Journal and Star Matured Everett I fy';lw'viwr;ijMi r George Andrews has Olympia By Bob Moyer Staff Sports Writer Monte Steenson and his Olympia Gold mates have mixed feelings about winning the men's state bowling tournament scratch team title. We're very happy to win. of course, says Steenson. "But when we shot our score (3041, on the first day of the tournament) I was sure it would never hold up." But their score did hold up as the men's state bowling tour- ' nament drew to a close Satur-; day at Parkway and Briarpark Lanes locally. Along with Olympia Gold, other scratch champions included Bill Straub, Lincoln, all events and doubles; Bob Kopystynsky, Grand Island, singles and John Tavlin, Lin-' coin, doubles. r Joining Steenson on the scratch team titlists were his brother, Bruce, Roger Americans get Davis triumph BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (UPI) -The doubles team of Fred McNair and Sherwood Stewart gave the United States its first point in the American Zone Davis Cup tennis finals Saturday with a 6-3, 6-4, 6-3 victory over an outclassed Argentine pair. Argentina's No. 2 player Ricardo Cano, a last-minute substitute for Guiller-mo Vilas, teamed with Elio Alvarez in the losing cause. The aggressive Americans served harder, attacked more and dominated the net through-out the one-sided match. The result left Argentina vith a 2-1 lead on the basis of singles victories Friday by Cano and Vilas. Cano faces Brian Gottfried and Vilas plays Dick Stockton in Sunday's final singles of the best-of-five series. Agentine captain Oscar Furlong, virtually conceding the doubles to the American pair, pulled Vilas at the last minute to hdVc hiiii rested for Sunday's decisive singles. Meet, . . LAURENCE H. STROBEL A Member of The E qui table's National Leaders Corps Larry Stroebel is a professional life underwriter. His knowledge of The Equitable's personal and business life insurance protection plans has helped make the futures of hundreds of Lincoln area residents more secure. Ana inis knowledge has been backed up with a genuine concern for the needs of his clients. Which is why Larry Stroebel has earned membership in The Equitable's National Leaders Corps. Mr. Stroebel has been with the Hutson Agency for 3 years. His record of service to others makes him well-qualified to be of service to you. At The Equitable, we're proud of the professionalism of our agents. And Laurence Stroebel lives up to our highest standards. William F. Hutson Jr. Agency 700 Woodmen Tower Omaha, Nebraska (402)342-4367 Tkt IqwItaUt lift STAFF PHOTO BY HARALO DREIMANIS Tim Wurth by the jersey during the Red-White Nebraska intrasquad game. Gold scratch titlists Heffelfinger, John Esquivel and Brad Harman. , For Esquivel the scratch team win culminated an outstanding state tourney as he finished second to Straub in the all events and narrowly missed the scratch title in singles. Handicap champions included Oly Rollers team, Gerald Wilson of Kearney, singles and Max Kaspar and Tony Divis, Wahoo, doubles. Members of the winning Oly Rollers team include Mike McPherson, Leroy Juengel, Bruce Sweney, . Doug Watkins and Marv Niederhaus. Steenson felt bowling on the same pair of lanes against Max Jensen's Olympia Beer team sparked his group to the win. "We knew if we could beat Max's team we might have a good chance at winning it all," says Steenson. "Actually we trailed them throughout the whole match until at the very end when we got hot and passed them." For the youthful Steenson and Heffelfinger, the scratch title was third for each in the past five seasons. The duo combined for scratch doubles wins in 1973 and 1975. While the men's state tourney concluded action Saturday, the women's state bowling tournament will complete its course today. Saturday there were no lead changes in the women's tourney. Men All Events Bill Straub. Lincoln MS-7064(2 1034 John Esquivel, Lincoln 47-66MM-lll Max Jensen, Lincoln... 624-tt433-v23 Rick Prochaska, Lincoln M4-6U-!1-II7 Tony Divis, Whaoo .... HUW-S95-II75 Paul Portsche, Lincoln MWIM13-UU Dom Christ, Lincoln... 647-02-5-!47 Terry Tederman, Omaha 61426-401-1841 Joe Baumgartner, ' Fremont 63I-531-65S-U24 Dean Carpenter, Paplllion SI3-6W-586-18H Singles Gerald Wilson, Kearney ... 661-111-772 Don Harshberger, Humboldl 625-102 -727 Ray Pulse, Lincoln 606-111-717 Chuck Carpenter, Cambridge 597-120 -717 Leroy Juengel, Lincoln 619-96-715 Francisco Arroyo, Lincoln ..596-114-710 Tom Emry, Lincoln 666-42-708 Ross Smith, Falls City tn.7S-70l Leo DeWItt, Omaha 628-78- 706 Carl Huisman, Leigh 603-99-702 Chuc Gove, Lincoln 582-120-702 High scratch - Bsb Kopr'rilkr. Grand Island, 667. Anvtonc Sodtty erf Th United State, Aw iquol Oppwtimlty imployr MF Doubles Max Kaspar Tony DIvls. Wahoo ..'J.. 1266-129-1395 Steve Gottner-Jack Munson, Lincoln ..1136-228-1364 Bernie Ridenour-Gil Hlnrichs, Fairnury 1217-144-1361 Ken Repschlager-Bitl Rasmas, West Point ....1133-228-1361 Wayne Clark-Ron Douglas, Crete 1182-177-1359 Steve Ryan-John Berry, Blair 1220-1291349 Tim Krueger- -Ernie Jensen, Albion ...1135-213-1348 Greg Martinei-Al Garcia, Omaha, 1164-177-1341 Warren Harms-Joe Svoboda, Fremont... 1244-96 1340 Gene Rourke- John Boyd, Lincoln 1147-92-1339 High scratch - Bill Straub-John Tavlin, Lincoln, 1295. Teams Oly Rollers. Lincoln 2782-393- -3175 Highway Lounge, Madison 2637-519-3156 Old Home Bread, Lincoln 2644-510-3154 Minimart, Fremont 2873-252-3125 E O Peters, Lincoln 2831-258-3119 Walt's Imperial, Lincoln 2606-510-3116 Ruppert's Pharmacy, Lincoln 2721-381-3102 Blair Mfg., Blair 2680-420-3100 Accounting, Lincoln 2613-483-3096 Walnut Grove, Central City 2683-408-3091 High scratch - Olympia Gold, Lincoln (John Esquivel 647, Roger Heffelfinger 624, Bruce Sieenson 612, Monte Sieenson 602, Brad Harman 556), 3041 Women All Events Shirley Deterding, Lincoln 563-533-612!tjl708 Rhonda Peterson, Central City 602-560-525-1687 Sue Teater, Lincoln 574-529-5821685 Pnyins Leonard, McCook 532-619-531-1682 Rose Capps, Lincoln 539 578-564-1681 Dee Womlchil, Omaha 645-574-457-1676 Sue Morgan, Omaha 453-616403-1672 Kathy Jaeger, Lincoln 535-598-527-1661 Marge Gardner, Kearney 566-490-602-1658 Donna Payne, Nellgh 581-551-523-1655 Singles Class A Marge De Vore, Lincoln 629-74703 Bernice Jayroe, Grand Island 575-93-668 Sharon Haley, Columbus 572-91663 Vi Madsen. Lincoln 571-86-657 Aftary Ann Dalske, Omaha 584-72-656 Marge Gardier, Kearney 602-52 -654 Karen Hamik, Hastings 573-74-647 Joan veleba, Sutton 596-50-646 Lois Schuerman, Lincoln 562-84 -646 Mildred Buslck, Lincoln ....540-105 -645 High scratch - De Vore, 629. Class B Bev Kerrey, Lincoln Rita Gustafson, Wakefield ...543-68-63! 571-52-623 Linda Cooney, Wahoo 512-103 Toodie Biegert, Geneva 506-105- 615 611 lanoace weaver, Arapahoe Valwie Rolhe, Lincoln Lois Orbln, Friend..., Betty Volike, Lincoln . AAircla Bin. t!-; . ...520-86-606 ...5b2-4-600 ...561-38-599 ..490-103-593 Mary Elkenhorst, Utlca 510-81-591 High scratch - Gustation, 571. LAURENCE II. STROEBEL R.E. Tonkin, District 56230 St. Suite 5 Lincoln, Nebraska 489-8871 Now York, N.Y. Doubles Class A Irene Hartman- Dana Burress, Blue Hill 1107-1961303 Joen Spaulding-Dorislune Craig, Lincoln 1115-175-1290 Lennis Herbolsheimer- Janet Zierke. Pierce.... 1094 168-1262 Mary Pat Kelley- Sandy Anderson, Omaha. .1142-117 1259 Joyce Schlegel-Florence Oonrtllnger, Geneva 1055-194-1249 Katie Jackman-Kay Suhr, Grant 1021-213-1241 Bev South-Becky Neman, Omaha". . 1033-204-1237 Pat Buck-Leona Ford, Lincoln .... 1030-199-1229 Lana Ogden-Pauline Pelan, Seward .1077-151-1221 Darlene Hawklnson- Kathy Plot), Alma 1024-204-1228 High scratch - lllene Johnson, Fremont-Judy Gottsch, Valley, 1143. Class B Cheryl Yanke-Denlse Bachman, Fremont 96-1132 Marilyn Mills- Barb Petracek, Lincoln . 1016-110 1126 Judv Duoan Donna Jones, Lincoln Nancy Toman-Elaine Kluthe, Leigh .1038-79-1117 ...902-208-1110 opal Neuianr, iiioen-Coleen Neulahr, Omaha .968-136-1104 Debbie Thomas-Jan Oswald, Beatrice.. ..998-105-1103 Janice Kirkpatrick-Mlarllyn Behrens, Crete. .929-170-1099 Joyce Rathe-Mary Bohllng, Tecumseh 962-132-1094 Iveta Wilson-Alma Wilson, Lincoln.... 886-206-1092 Eva Koll, Burwell-Dlane Hanks, Lincoln . , . , 852-240-1092 Teams Class A Bell's enterprises, Beatrice 2536-573-3109 Sweep Left, Lincoln 2636-436-3072 Brinkman's Tecumseh 2459-600-3059 Underwood Farms, Fullerton 2424-597-3021 Brunswick, Lincoln 2428-556-2984 Eldon's Transmission, . Kearney . 2390-592-2982 Action RiuiTiuinjii. Lincoln 2529-439-2968 Hinky Dinky, Lincoln i 2445-520-2965 Neitiel Oil, Omaha 2369-595-2964 Trailerville, . Alliance 2498-453-2951 High scratch - Max I. Walker, Omaha (Maxine Turner 591, Barb Williams 567, Mary Brooks 551, Mildred Phillips 479, Arfay Gulley 477), 2665. Class B Alma Oil Co., Alma J227-432-2659 Terry's, Crete 2310-331-2641 Newton-Daake Ins., Seward 2324-314-2638 Egger Custom Windowing, Lincoln 2337-300-2637 Circle of Nebraska, York 2282-348-2630 Sears, Ord 2243-381-2624 Hair Art Lid.. Lincoln 2252-362-2614 Standard Oil. Central City 2159-451-2610 Andersen Realty, r Ord 2145-463-2608 Country Kitchen, York 2251-355-2606 mh (cratch Roger Andersen Construction, Lyons (Sharon Slaughter 577, Sue Wood 489, Mickey Burmester 461, -Sandy Paulsen 451, Joyce Novak 406), 2339. Mr. Goodwrench suggests : ' HyhnBUiCK'S SERVICE GMQUA1ITV SarVCtPABTS Transmission Special 4r :J23? Includes transmission fluid Replace filter Inspect for damago: Adjust bands Replace pan gasket KEEP THAT GREAT GM FEELING I WITH GENUINE GM PARTS DICK FLYNN 421 No. 48th 464-5976 philosophical By Randy York Staff Sports Writer . Not that Earl Everett was ever cocky, but you would expect a little more childish enthusiasm out of someone after he touched the ball six times Saturday and accounted for 195 yards in Nebraska's an- nual spring football game. Instead, Everett, the former quarterback who has shown the patience of Job in 5Vfe fragmented years in a Cornhusker uniform, turned philosopher. "Even if I wouldn't have had a good game today, I wouldn't be complaining," he said. "Football at Nebraska has Individual results White Rushing No. Yds. Ave. Sortey ..... 6 32 5.3 Stewart.... 4 It 2.S Donnell 3 I 27 Everett 2 21 10.5 Wurth 10 62 6.2 Washington 2 8 4.0 Quinn 11 37 3.4 Brown 2 1 0.5 Hager 2 5 2.5 Steward 1 9 9.0 Juehring ........ 1 7 7.0 Passing No Co Yds .... 10 5 2 3 1 13 3 2 to Sorley . Quinn , Hager . Pass Receiving No.. 2 2 1 1 1 1 Yds. 42 60 13 22 1 3 Everett , Miller ., Loken ., Smith ., Wurth ., Steward Punting ' No. Yds. Smith 2 68 Mensing ...3 87 Ave. 34.0 29.0 Punt Returns .No. Brown 2 Yds. 0 12 Fischer.... 1 Kickoff Returns No. Everett 2 Yds. 132 IS Wurth 1 Red Rushing No. Yds. Ave. Garcia 6 29 4.8 Steward 5 18 3.6 Berns 13 57 4.3 Craig 2 S 2.5 Hipp.... 4 21 5.3 Burns ..5 6 1.2 McCrady 2 3 1.5 Jacobs 4 15 3.8 Suelter 2 17 8.5 Hager 1 -10 -10.0 Lewis 7 14 2.0 Donnell 8 49 6.1 Stewart 3 8 2.7 Ttdd 1 0 0.0 Passing No CsYdi Garcia 12 8 84 PI 0 0 0 Burns 7 4 63 Hager . 6 2 16 . Pass Receiving . No. Lee 3 Steward 1 Dufresne 3 Lockett 3 Berns 1 McCrady 2 Lewis 1 Yds 33 4 21 71 3 31 0 Punting' No. Yds. 2 62 Ave. 31.0 Gemar Pur! Returns -No. Lee. 1 Lockett 3 Yds. 13 122 Kickoff Returns No. ; 2 Yds. 29 Lee. lULJJMi iOlP Uwlaiiimoi : given me confidence in myself athletically, 'socially and academically. It's made me feel I can go out and compete in this world as a young man." Everett certainly competed Saturday. He caught two . passes for 42 yards and gained ' 21 more on a pair of runs. His most electrifying acts were two kickoff returns for 132 yards.. ' The first was a 96-yard sprint with 5:55 left in the first quarter after the Red team had assumed a 7-0 lead. "That's my first kickoff return touchdown ever," Everett said. "I knew I had it when Dodie (Donnell) turned around and started looking me in the face. He had everything behind me. When I saw that, I knew it was smooth sailing." Although Everett insists he's a tenth of a second faster this year in the 40, he wasn't about to slow up on the touchdown run to test his theory. "You never know. Ever once in awhile, the bear (a fictitious athletic animal) will jump on an athlete's back and slow him down," Everett said, borrowing an expression from his old Kansas City high school coach, Bill Myles, who left Nebraska last winter for Ohio State. Everett thought he was due for a good spring game. He may be the only NU athlete ever to experience six spring practice sessions since he was graduated from high school at mid-term. He practiced the springs before and after his freshman season, plus one each for his sophomore, redshirt, junior and senior seasons. . . Keeping his weight around 191 pounds and avoiding nagging hamstring injuries this spring have helped Everett recapture his :04.5 speed in the 40. "I've just had a few bruises this spring and that's all," he noted. "I haven't had to be so cautious." Still, Everett isn't ready to assign the wingback position to himself. "I've always dreamed of being first team," he said, "but I'm not expecting changes into fall camp. Curtis Craig had an outstanding spring, too. He's one of the best blocking wlngbacks in the Big Eight.". Add another valuable quality humility to Everett's newfound confidence. fam No hidden charges! No extras! 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Four of the too five quarter- backs battling for the No. 1 job, indicated they are going to spend their summer months preparing for the challenge of replacing Vince Ferragamo as Nebraska's starting signal-caller next fall. , Jeff Quinn, proved to be as elusive off the field as on. Quinn, who is known for his slick running ability, had showered, dressed and departed the lockerroom before he had a chance to be interviewed. Here are the comments of the other four quarterbacks concerning their quest to become the Nebraska starter: Tom Sorley "I'm going to work my tail off this summer to become the best football player mentally and physically that I can be. I'm going to be prepared for the challenge next fall. 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