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siiMuiiiuiHiiiniiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiuMHUiiiiMiuiuiiiiiUiiiiiHiiiuiiniiiuniiinniuiuiMiniiiiiiuniiuiiiiiiiiiia Thursday, Oct 15, 1970 P.M. Lincoln Evening Journal ic Nebraska State Journal May Be Wrong i Atokad Results Jensen Continues Winning Ways miiiiHi iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuu scoring Wednesday On Deer First race, purse SM0, 4-year-olds and up, claiming $1,100, 6 furlongs, Bird-Lady (EcoHey) 3.10 3.20 3.20 Navanette (Long) 12.00 0.00 Alibhal Joe (Ray) 4.40 Max Jensen, who owns a 225.04 average after the first 15 games in the Hamm's Singles Classic, just kept rolling along out front in action Wednesday night. Jensen rolled a game-high 259 and a 692 series to win two of three games from Johnny Madsen. Max Jensen (492) def. Johnny Mad-sen (432), 2-1; Gary Cerny (453) tied with Nick Nielsen (622), lVi-lVt; Don Meyers 2f) def.

Jim Dill (590), 2-1; Bob Fillaus (400) def. Met Brydl (544), 2-1; Darrell Minchow (591) def. Rodger Florom (5(3), 2-1; Stan Tyrrell (577) def. Barry Bayer (511), 2-1. Standings Tolal Max Jensen 1J 2 4029 Gary Cerny Vi 6Vi 3474 Bob Fillaus 9 4 1423 Stan Tyrrell 7 3295 Johnny Madsen 7 3242 Rodger Florom 4 9 3202 Sixth race, urse $900, 3-year-olds, claiming $1,500, 4Vi furlongs, 1:24.0.

Windsor Miss (J. Retelie) 10.20 5.60 4.20 Charla's Girl (EcoHey) 6.00 4.40 36.80 Also rans Mount Way, El Seam's Foxy, Tex's Rex, Miss May Paione's Pagan and Virgie Boy. Seventh race, purs $1,200, 1-year-olds -nd up, claiming JVi furlongs. 1:10 1-5. Misamoon (Howland) 6.20 3.60 3.00 Seafarin' Man (Correa) 2.60 2.20 Ozzie Sub (Kruger) 2.80 Also rans Little America and G.I.

Native. Also rans Wise Gum, Numotion, Ruthle Secret Shelk.Toplan's Baby, Dixie Jet and Money Stone. Second race, purse $900. 3 and 4-year-Ids, Nebraska bred, maiden, 4 furlongs, 1:10.0. Mary Fisherman (Stallings) .00 5.00 3.60 Izzy's Rose 40.0 3.20 Regal Lark (Long) 2.60 Also rans Atoll Of Carol, Ponnero, tonkeu Run, Count-Chance, Monica Bunnys Hy and Count Jim.

Daily Double (1 A 1) $30.40 Third race, nurse $900. 2-vear-elds. Federal Projects By Associated Press Approvals for federal grants-in-aid have been given the state to assist West Point, Kearney, Ord, and Mullen in acquiring or developing land for outdoor recreation projects, according to Willard R. Barbee, director of the. Game and Parks Commission.

West Point will acquire about 145 acres of wooded land overlooking the northeast portion of the city for an estimated $58,000. At Kearney, two city blocks will be developed with tennis, badminton, handball, and basketball courts, as well as facilities for shuffleboard and horseshoes. Eighth race, purse $900, 4-year-olds and up, claiming 1 mile and 70 yards, 1:52.0. lay's Mark (Anderson) 12.00 (.00 6.60 hopper Dan 6.60 4.40 Morgan Road 4,60 Also rans Bold Rider, Miss Lorcher, Goldalyn, Steel Sugar, O-Flanigan, Dakota Jim and Lady Beth. Exacta (4 ft 10) Mutual Handle Attendance 2,125 ujintorizol Is your automobile ready for winter 1 Transmission a fluid changed 2 Flush cooling system and add a driving? If not, bring it to us and we'll take some of the worry out of winter driving.

Call for all your service needs maiden allowance, a furlongs, 1:20.0. Miss Towley (King) 9.00 4.00 3.40 Ronda's Starflght 4.10 4.00 Tri Crl (Mooney) S.20 Also rans Black Ace Poll, Racy Zetta, Crooket Duke, Crafty Nearco, Easy Effort and Our Big Man. Fourth race, purse $900, 4-year-olds and up, claiming $1,600, J'A furlongs, 1-5. Ware's Charger (Long) ....4.20 3.60 2.80 Royal Envy (Ray) 4.S0 3.20 Rator Marble (Armstrong 4.20 Alt rans Von Bel, Sweet Ending, Cowlee, Prohibition, Jet Tour. Fifth race, purse $900, 4-year-alds and claiming 6Vi furlongs, olonel A OK 5.40 2.80 3.00 r.

Morn (King) 3.20 2.80 ucky Lip (Perez) 4.00 Also rans Winner's Dream, Jody ade. Balmy Beam, Boozer Dutch, Seven Pilots, Whistling Boy and Bar Bird. 3. Winter tires Gymnastics Northeast 129.55, East 127.00 Floor exercise 1. L.

West, NE; 2. Schuman, NE; 3. Campbell, NE. Parallel bars 1. Owen, East; 2.

3. Dallman, East. Still rings 1. Dallman, East; 2. Coming, NE; 3.

Bryan, East. Trampoline 1.. Strough, NE; 2. L. West, NE; 3.

Lincoln, East. Side horse 1. Stelnkroger, East; 2. Dickey, NE; 3. Buckney, East.

High bar 1. Shoemann, NE; 2. Dallman, East; 3. Arthur, East. Tumbling 1.

D. West, NE; 2. L. West, NE; 3. Campbell, NE.

The Ord project involves Complete tune-up 4 purchase of some six acres of land, part of which will even 488-2327 tually be covered by a lake for Avoid unnecessary waiting and possible cold weather damage. 50th fishing and ice skating. Cost is estimated at $9,350. Exacta a. 10) $17.80 -j.

tsy uon torsytite Journal Sports Editor As much as college recruiters worry about speed these days, it's probably a good thing Jerry Murtaugh became eligible for recruitment back in 1966. 'Beat the clock is not Jerry's game. He admits that he sees the backs of most of his Black Shirt companions during, wind sprints. "There are 11 of us that makes about 10 of them faster than me," he claims. There's more to football than straight-ahead speed, however.

"Laterally, I can move with anybody," says Jerry. That's one Murtaugh asset. Another big- one is knowledge of the game. "He has a great ability to diagnose plays," says linebacker coach John Melton. A hidden asset is that Jerry is quicker when he's chasing someone.

"I think that makes a difference," says the aggressive Omaha senior who ranks as the all-time tackling leader at Nebraska. "I'm not fast, but I've caught guys like Steve Owens and Bob Anderson from behind." Takes 'Em As They Come When Jerry catches a back, he usually stays caught. There is no particular Murtaugh style. "I just take them anyway I can get them," he says. Part of this can be traced to his wrestling career.

He had 10 years of hand-to-hand combat training on the mat, at least half of them unpleasant ones. "I started in the third grade, just like the rest of my brothers, at the Benson Communitty Center," recalls Jerry. "I lost in the third, fourth, fifth and sixth grades. I hated wrestling with a passion, but my dad wouldn't let me quit." Now Jerry is thankful his. father wouldn't relent.

"He knew I wanted to play football and that wrestling would help give me good balance. I was so clumsy as a kid I could hardly stand on my two feet. I owe a lot to wrestling," he says. While he was at it, Jerry became pretty good. His interest perked up when he started winning as a seventh and eighth grader.

As a freshman he was the varsity 133-pounder at North. By the time he was a junior he was state runnerup at 165 pounds. The next year he went all the way, winning the state 180-pound championship. Almost Went With Sooners With his successful wrestling-football combination Jerry came within a whisker of going to Oklahoma. "I wanted to go to Oklahoma.

They were the first to contact me as a senior," Jerry says. "At the time I was thinking of playing football and wresting in college. "I was all set to go until coach Devaney came to talk to us. He persuaded as that I would be better off at Nebraska," says Jerry. Jerry hasn't doubted it since he stepped into the starting lineup as a sophomore.

Now he's captain of the defensive unit "I was surprised to be elected," says Jerry. "Really, it's been no extra burden. I don't have to do a lot. of talking to get the defense up. They do it themselves." As co-captain, however, Jerry does say a few words before each game.

He says his speeches aren't the fire and brimstone type. "They know what they have to do," says Jerry of his defensive mates. "If they don't want to do it there's no use going out there." Like Murtaugh, the defense comes to play every With the 1970 archery-deer season' less than a month old, more than 170 bowmen have already bagged their deer. And, more than two months of. the bow-and-arrow season remain.

Hunters scoring recently include: I Tommie W. Hayes, Pierce; Richard W. Adams, Falls City; Victor Walker, Chadron; Jerry A. Corder, McCook; Charles L. Liston, Maxwell; Bill L.

Lie-herts, Lebanon; Gary N. Powell, Lincoln; Don Hoffman, Chembem; Jerry D. Pul-liam, Holdrege; Raymond J. Kush, Columbus; James R. Johnston, Grand Island; Ronald R.

Marquart, Odell; Jack A. Sand, Beatrice; Mike H. Banks, Omaha; John O. Anderson, Lexington; Harlan R. Brickel, Albion; Mike Kover, Fremont; George L.

Anderson, Lexington; Levi P. Krause, Hebron; Gaylen Rogers, Lincoln; Eleanor Prell, North Platte; Wayne R. Brandt, Lincoln; Larry Schuetz, Hum-bold; Richard Cepel, Kearney; Arnold W. Varn, Superior; Leo H. Thompson, Ord; Duane McCan, Kearney; Elmer R.

Meyer, Omaha; Darryl S. Decker, Lincoln; Philip C. Mitchell, Lincoln; Norman E. Decker, Lincoln; Gary R. Dawse, Berwyn; Gerald W.

Lemon, Chadron; Dennis E. Behn, Boone, Iowa; Marvin Stokay, Lewellen; Harold L. Bowman, York; Stanley Willmo-chen, Chadronl Mardell M. Neal, Fremont; Keith D. Lewis, Brewster; Grady R.

Rose, Nebraska City; Bob Chrlstensen, Fremont; Albert Thelander, Orctiard; Larry McCance, Gothenburg; Vincent J. Paslaskl, Hinsdale, Illinois; Randy R. Wilson, Kearney; Steven Trybus, Kearney; John M. Burk, Ewlng; Roger L. Bailey, St.

Paul; Kenneth E. Helm, Humboldt; Norman S. Lehman, Stanton; Joseph Kuel, Jackson; Robert M. Land, Oxofrd; Lyle Prell, North Platte! Ernest W. Coe, Julian; Charles H.

Vaupel, Superior; Peter A. Bartman, III, Omaha; Donald Rlchner, Columbus; Eugene A. Boroff, Fremont; Dennis Daum, Norfolk; Reggie S. Ayers, Norfolk; Don C. Penner, Lincoln; Larry C.

Strlcklin, Bellevue; Boyd Ray Nye, Chadron; Jay Young, Atkinson; Calvin O. Baker, Chadron; Jim R. Unger, Bartley; Ken Mulch, Fremont; Marvin E. Zimmerman, Nebraska City; HaIHe N. Martin, Chadron; William B.

Kruger, Cambridge; Gary L. DeWester, Ruskin; Dan D. Zimmerman, Nebraska City; William Wlnkelman, Fremont; John H. Schultz, Wood River; Allen R. Smith, Hendiey; Libby E.

Lunniss, Scotlsbluff; Dan Babbitt, Gering; David G. Mann, Brady; Donald G. Ostergard, Gothenburg; Dean Weems, Stapleton; Ralph L. Brumbaugh, York; Steven D. Giles, Arcadia; Dennis D.

Layne, Omaha; Roy Robblns. Sumner; Galen D. Nash, Lincoln; Roland P. Anderson, Oxford; Howard Weisser, Columbus; Lloyd Seabury, Plalnvlew; Gordon J. Robertson, Holdrege; Donald D.

Dealey, Holdrege; James P. Pichler, Omaha; Larry N. Nehman, Norfolk; Clyde McKenzil, O'Neill; William E. Ruzicka, ScottsMuff; Robert Thackston, Lynch; Deri D. Lunkwitz, North Platte; Stephen B.

Olson, Lincoln; Lynn D. Bennett, North Platte; Richard E. Schott, Nelson; David L. Strimple, Fremont; Clint L. Conrad, St.

Paul, Minnesota; Joy Beerman, North Platte; Charles F. Kelso, North Platte; Ruth E. Fisher, Lincoln; Eldon E. Epley, Elk Creek; Tom J. Horn, Holdrege; Bernard L.

Snyder, Gibbon; Nathan R. Wetherbee, Decatur; Raymond E. Thomas, Paulson; Ralph J. Matney, Bellevue; Dennis Hastings, North Platte; Gary C. Rhoades, Bellevue; William R.

Stone, York; Terry Bannister, Hershey; Darrell D. Doescher, Wayne; Gerald D. Hldges, Bennet; James H. Reimers, Airtsworth; Havls P. Yates, Fremont; Lyle R.

Prell, North Platte; William S. Smith, Champion; Lowell C. Hunter, Wlsner; Albert Saltsgiver, Dakota City; Robert Rotherham, Madison; Gordon Carley, Cozad; Marvin F. Kroll, Juniata; Dale W. Anderson, Chadron; Mi A Ktlm tilt ZmMt0 11 Turman Okay For CSC Play Chadron State College football fortunes took an upward turn Thursday when quarterback Tim Turman, thought to be sidelined for the season with an injury, was given a medical okay to resume playing.

Turman has missed the last -TOP BOWLERS three Chadron games, all of 4-PLY NYLON CORD TRAILMAKER SILVERTOWIM NO TRADE NEEDED FREE MOUNTING SAFETY SPIKES AVAILABLE Sophomore Football East 14, SE 13 East 0 7 0 7-14 SE 0 13 0 0-13 EastNewton, 1-runj PAT Roseland (2), kick. SE Nichols, 3-rum Buckley, 2-run. PAT-Buckley, kick. Freshman Football Pius 8, Fremont 0 pius o-a Fremont 0 0 0 0-0 Plus Flnnlgan, 22-pass from Hamer-sky) PAT Flnnlgan, run. Flag Football Wednesday's Results Reformatory 15, Hosklns Assn.

Lin-coin Seals 31, State Farm Ins. No. 2 Pizza King 31, Unlservlca Standard Cleaning 13, E.M.O.C. 6. Stiiddtd tirts tit prohibited In Louisiana and Mississippi AS LOW AS Men's 230 Oanws, MO Series At Plaza Robert Oliver 611, Rodger Florom 233429, Jerry Nickel! 231, Don Scbultz 600, Bob Boeshart 234.

At Hollywood Dave Seals 253-606; Bob Jones 235, Mike Kasczmarczyk 231, Max Jensen 257-704, Steve Mears 243-600, Jim Lancaster 232, Hank McWIIIIams 601, Bernie Kossek 605, Hody Wlese 235-612, Curly Plontek 231, Mike White 242-633; Dave Priess 659, Gary Peaks 236440. At Bowl-Mor Dwlght Swanson, 233; Terry Sailor, 240421. Ladles' 200 Games, 52S Series At Northeast Bev Miller 201. At Plaza Jan Wleskamp 556, Mary Stopek 205, Doris Hoveling 203536, Louisa Lange 235562, Marline Becker 210, Yvonne Pettlt 551, Kathy Thompson 231 576, Shirley Moulton 201526, Jean Foreman 544, Shirley Hock 201527, Barb Gelst 525. At Parkway Joan Frederick 202, Jon-nle Dinner 210.

At Bowl-Mor Marge Giebelhause, 55S; Jean Koleman, 204; Wllma Ann Flnley, 205-536. which the Eagles lost, wan a broken bone in his wrist. Chadron won its first two encounters. Scottsbluff doctors removed the cast from Turman's arm and pronounced him fit to play Saturday at South Dakota Tech. Coach Bill Giles has not indicated if he'll use Turman, the school's all-time passing leader.

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