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What Else But Sports? THE OLASSFORI) issue at the i University of Nebraska is spread-! ing like wildfire since the shame-' ful 6-0 loss to the Rainbows from [ Hawaii Saturday. Up and down the street here the discussion of ( the long awaited rain has taken a backseat to the "Glas.sford topic". Regardless of steps taken at the university, it all boils down to this one, big bold answer — unless proper steps are taken, bigtime' football at the University of Nebraska is on its way out!!! REMOVAL OF Glassford would be an expensive step. "Tis true. Coach Glassford has the only ace left in the deck.-- the five year! option. It would cost the university somewhere in 1he neighborhood of 60,000 greenbacks to tell Glassford goodbye. A wad of dough and Glassford knows it. But first, is it agreeable that Glassford is not the coach he is cracked up to be? Let's give him the benefit of the doubt and put it this way- he knows his football, but can't teach the sport. As any sports follower knows, to know 'a sport and coach it are two entirely different, matters. Beatrice Prepares For Lincoln Game Saturday, Martz, Fisher Will Play 1 JOE PALOOKA Beatrice Daily Sun, Beatrice, Nob., Tnes., Sept. 20, 1955 3 v_ NOW LET US assume he knows the game, but is not the teacher i of the sport lie is supposed to be. ' \Vliy do I assume this stand? One | point backing this up is the situation of Beatrice's Bill Hawkins. Local fans remember Bill, a brilliant high school star, then as a freshman at the university was coming great as an end. Up comes Bill's stretch in the Army and lo better himself for the Huskers, 'h,' plays end for two years in the service. He returned to the university as seasoned as any sophomore on the roster. He was an end with more than 6-years of football experience tucked away. He made the roster and for a few brief plays against Hawaii he saw action — not as an end — but as a tackle!!! NOW I AS'.v you, was such a' move the perfection of coaching? It is a known fact that Glassford's system takes some speedy backs for a winning club. Hawkins is as fast in a football uniform as nearly any Husiter back. What about a crack in the backfield for Hawkins?" Dr. W, D. Rumpeltes asked yesterday. 1 had the answer for this one, right from the horse's mouth. Sometime ago at the Beatrice Country Club, Coach Glassford was. asked the same question by Carl (Snick) Poling. Glassford replied, "Hawkins isn't fast enough"!!! It seems that when a high school athlete all but wins the state track meet title for his school without assistance from teammates, he's gotta move at more than a snail's pace. As far as speed is concerned, George Cifra runs like a plow horse, but he's Glassford's choice. THE I1USKEK coach has been snapped at by the wolves before just how he survives this time depends mostly upon himself. Last season he was in the midst of a revolt on the part of his players, but later the Huskers went to the Orange Bowl and all was forgiven. Meanwhile, as the pot boils, Glassford sits back in the face of ridicule from ncsvspapers and fans — but must be grinning to himself— remember the 5-ycar option after his contract runs out next spring, that's his protection! ODDSMAKKRS are giving Rocky Marciano the nod tonight against Archie Moore by 3-1 odds. Bui -on the other hand, ring-wise fans like to add an 'if to the odds. The 'if boils down to this — if Rocky gets by the ;">lh or 6th rounds, he'll successfully ciefend his heavyweight, championship. On this I don't entirely agree. 'Tis true, Rocky is capable of wearing Moore down, but Archie -- despite his age —• can chill Rocky if he nails the champion. Regardless of all this say-so. I'll go along with the opinion that it will be a good fight and before the 15th round, someone will be on the canvas. AL IironiXGTON 50 46 44 ,'!4 27 Maj, Hoople Begins Grid Predictions Stringing With Beatrice, Picks Terps Over UCLA By MAJOR AMOS B. HOOl'LB '"The Father of Football" Greetings and Egad, gentle readers! Here it is! The news you've been patiently awaiting, the first fall football forecast by that peerless prognpsticator, your old re- liaMc veteran, namely me!'! I did drop a couple of quick predictions your way last week, namely that Beatrice was a four touchdown favorite over Plattsmouth, and there was a chance of Ha\vaii dumping the Cornhuskers. 1 failed to take into consideration that Max Martz was out of the running for Beatrice — and of course everyone knows the Husker story. Improvements During my iong, hot summer of research into tangles and angles that muke for successful predictions, 1 have effected some amazing improvements to my system. Most important of these was the enlistment of Prof. Wolfgang McGinity who I discovered in Hershey, Pa. McGinity was passing word around back east that Beatrice was on its way to the winning the National VFW title—how right he was, an amazing fellow with McGinity. Just a few weeks previous, he had won high honors in the field of heliacal hyplheses, ,io for this reason he will assist my assistant Prof. Manchester Zlobotny. We have been in a huddle — we three great brains — in an effort to make our first forecast an immortal piece of literature. L-ocal (.lames Before diving into the college set-up, let us take a peek at the : While winning three lines local football picture — high school | Brass Rail, "76" posted lo be exact. First, Coach Hankisingle game of 911 and Reichel should sec his Orangeman post win No. 3 at the expense of Lincoln Southeast, a spanking new school. Other winners are expected to be: Burchard, Diller. Filley, Lewiston, Plymouth, Wymore, and Sterling. Upsets dot my college chart. In the east, we are the only ones to select Maryland over UCLA. In the i midwest, we fearlessly pick Indi-1 Peterson came thru with a 476 series. Davi.son Oilers, behind Al Koenig's 205 and Ernie Smothers' 53.1, won two lines from Hclherington Clothing. Bob Weick's 216-522" Jed Hetherington. Henry Johnson posted a 19;1 .single and Joe Pleis a T>48 total as bay's Auto Sales won two from Harman Mortuary. For Harman's -- Jim Maranville rolled 196-513. Over In the Booster loop, N. Jonsen's 232 single was toos, while Vernon Itahe rolled a 5,~>6 scries. Rahe also posted a 198 .,mgle as Harman Morluarv won Beatrice Hi Ranked 8th, Prep At Top Fairbury Jeffs In Ninth Spot, Islanders 2nd The Associated Press Top Ten Team Record Points 1. Crcighton Prep 2-0 llii •2. Grand Island 2-0 111 3. Omaha North 2-0 98 4. Omaha South l-l 53 f>. Lincoln 1-1. 6. Omaha Benson l-l 7. Omaha Central .1-1 8. Beatrice 2-0 9. Fairbury 1-0-1 10. North Plate 1-1 25 Ky RAMJAU, W. BLAKK OMAHA i/fl-- Creighton Prep, a te'am that has two all winning seasons behind it, .stands at the ton of the pile in the first weekly high school football ratings of Nebraska Associated Press member experts. And pressing is Grand Island, a team showing signs of once again reaching the pinnacle. Prep captured seven of 12 fir place votes this week and on the 115 points. The Omaha club was 10, 9, 8 etc. scoring system had second to Grand Island on five ballots. Leaders Stand Out Grand Tslancl was rated second by five observers and third - behind Omaha North - by two experts. North never was rated worse than third. All three of the leaders—and they stand out m the first ratings • have 2-0 records and all rate to win in their assignments this week. The top division is rounded out by Omaha South and Lincoln, both with 1-1 marks. In the second five are Omaha. Benson and North Plattc in that order. Beatrice is 2-0 to date. Fairbury has a win and a tie and the others are even at 1-1. Four Teams Crowd Play among the top ten teams so far has seen Prep beat South. North beat Benson, South beat Central, Central beat Lincoln, and Lincoln beat North Platte. Crowding 1 for some recognition are Fremont, Omaha Tech. Scottsbluff and McCook. All but Tech are 2-0. Tech is 1-1. Games this week putting top ten teams again.st each other are Prep vs Tec'ii, North vs Central a n d South vs Benson. BOWLING In Greater Beatrice pin action last night, "76" set a new game and series mark for the season thus far. By AL RIDDlXiTON Sport* Editor, Dally Sun Max Martz and Larry Fisher will be ready for the engagement against Southeast High at Lincoln Saturday night. Hank Reichel, Beatrice H i g h head football coach, released this good news, today. After 3rd Win Tis good news indeed since the Orangemen will be gunning for Iheir third consecutive win of the season and will also be making their first Mid-L'ast Conference start. Beatrice has shoved aside P'alls City, 19-1."., in Twin River Conference play, as well as another T-R foe, Plattsmouth. It was against Falls City (hat Fisher, 240-pound thigh. tackle, bruised his Martz. who rambled 157-yards in the opener against Falls City in four plays, wrenched a knee in practice a week ago. After a dull, not. tcx> impressive performance against Plattsmouth Friday night, the Orangemen have started a week of stiff workouts with line coach Bernic Guy cracking the whip along with Coach Reichel. "Southeast High is new, and has lost both starts, but still we'll have lo be on our toes to keep our ! slate clean", Coach Rsiehel said, j He added. "The Orangemen will I have to play much bettor offen- isive ball Saturday night than they did again.st Plattsmouth". Reichel still had some praise for i several Orangemen, mostly from a defensive viewpoint. Ends Larry Morgan and Don Dale turned in good defensive roles against the Blue Devils, a.s did Rod Schuette, the little bundle of dynamite on the team. He was also impressed by Jerry Griffith and John Kuhn as defensive leau'ei a. Then too. a pair c new gridders to the lineup, Ladd Hubka and Ron Svoboda, bot'n backs, handled their share of defensive line-backer duties. Fifteen Lettcrmen A look at Tom Gillespic's lads from what used to be College View. Coach Gillespie has seen his boys drop both games thus far this season, one being 20-0 at Hastings after Hastings had been upset the Friday by Fairbury in Ladies Special Event Wednesday At Country Club Golfers from Beatrice nnrl four other lowns HIV expected to be on hand Wednesday at Beatrice Coun- trv Club for a Ladies Invitational Day. In addition to Beatrice, ladies from Crete, Fairhury, Hebron, and Superior arc invited to attend. Follow ing an 8 o'clock coffee hour bridge and golf will be played. Reservation* may be made by calling the club. Baltimore's Dunn Gets A Promotion BALTIMORE (,Ti Jack Dunn III. one-time owner-manager of the old International League Baltimore Orioles, was promoted Monday to assistant general manager of their American League counterparts. O r i o 1 e s' directors announced Dunn's elevation after their regular monthly meeting. They said he also would continue In his present position of traveling secretary. Yankees Plan To Tuck Away Flag By Weekend -o.- from a team wen! on to post a team total of 25H7. Ray Lindblad led the winners with 219-565. while Dan Smith posted a 186 for Brass Rail and Harry Hartxell added a 518 total. Chuck Weaver and Herman Harms each rolled 191-486 as C. M. Reed Insurance picked up two lines from Burwood. For the hotel pinmen, Willard Sage rolled a 17S single while both he and Pete TUESDAY'S BASEBALL By Tho Associated Press (Central Standard Time) AMERICAN LEA(U K New York Cleveland Chicago Bo.ston Detroit Kansas City .. Baltimore Washington . Only games Wednesday's Cleveland at Chicago. 1 p.m. Kansas City at Detroit. 1 p.m. New York at Washington, 6 p.m Baltimore at Bo.ston, noon. \V. 91 90 X7 S:' 76 63 51 L. Pet. .619 .60-1 .."SI G.B. Sfi 9.") ... 51, 95 scheduled Schedule Chi en go. .553 .510 .123 .349 .349 ;•> 9 16 29 39 1 39 !v ana, to topple Michigan State. Undaunted we move south and forecast, for you a victory for Florida over Georgia Tech. When the smoke of battle has cleared. I'm confident you'll join the nation-wide huzzas for Hoople, leader of them all! Ohio State 26, Nebraska 6 Maryland 26, UCLA 19 Navy 21, \Vm. and Mary 7 Baylor 1<I, Villanova 0 Boston U. 1.4, Penn State 0 Brown 20, Columbia 12 Colgate 13. Dartmouth 6 California 20, Illinois 1." Indiana 14. Mich. State 7 Washington St. 13, Kansas li Michigan 26. Missouri 7 Minnesota 19, Washington 6 Wisconsin 33, Marquettc 7 Stanford 20, Ore. State 12 Rice 26, Alabama 7 Arkansas 20, Okla A. and M. 13 Florida 14, Georgia Tech 7 Georgia 20, Vanderbilt 7 Mississippi 19, Kentucky 13 ! Miss. State 27, Tennessee M I Oklahoma 32, No.'Carolina 7 ! Notre Dame 20, So. Methodist lie 'Texas 21, Tulane 7 Texas A. and M. 19, La. St. 11 MAJOR LL'.UJUi'; LINK SCORKS By THE ASSOCIATED RESS ! AMERICAN LEAGUE i New York at Washington, post- iponcd. out, Southeast is better off from the experience angle having 15 veterans back. Then too, SE will hold a weight advantage. It mig'ht be pointed out lo fans that the game will be played on the Lincoln High oval which is located at 22nd and J Streets. Game time is 7:30 p. m., Saturday night. Entire Nebraska ! Roster To Ohio i LINCOLN UR— The entire Nebras- i ka football squad of 44 players i will be taken to Columbus for the: : Ohio Stole game this Saturday. Coach Bill Glassford said he was i taking all the players because all ! of them had worked hard during 1 the fall drills. The squad leaves by- plane Friday morning. The practice schedule this week. he sairl, will emphasize defensive play in preparation for a Big Ten team that is minus nine of its starters from last year but is .still one of the better rated outfits. Glassford took note of criticism leveled at him and at some of the players because of the surprise 15-0 loss to Hawaii. Uckns Top Grid Vote, Sooners 3rd UCLA Was No. 1 In Pre-Season Poll. Won 21-0 By THK ASSOCIATED PRKSS UCLA, the pre-season pick of the experts, held its place as the nation's No. 1 college football team today in the first regular-season Associated Press poll of the country's sports writers and sportscasters. The Uclans, who opened their campaign with a clear-cut 21-0 victory over Texas A&M. had 34 of the 58 first-place voles. On th'c usual basis of 10 points for first p'ace, 9 for second, and so forth, UCLA piled up 512 points, well ahead of second-place Georgia Tech, which skyrocketed from 10th place in Ihe preseason voting. Tech had 364 points. The Yellow Jackets defeated strongly rated Miami 1.4-G in their debut. Tech's meteoric climb shoved Oklahoma and Michigan down a notch to third and fourth, respectively, while Maryland retained its fifth spot despite a close call in its 13-12 victory over Missouri. The rest of the top 10 was made up of Ohio State, last year's No. 1 i t c a m, Pittsburgh, Mississippi,' Southern California and Navy. i The leading teams with first- j pl">ce votes in parentheses: Cortland Hi Nips T. Rock Don Chamberlain Scores 3 Times, Raider Win, 25-13 Hy RON UOESKiER Sun Sports Correspondent CORTLAND ~ After suffering a season opener defeat, Corlland Raiders bounded back Frftlay night and .swept by visiting Table Rock, The Raiders came from behind for the win alter Table Rock grabbed a first period advantage of 7-1). Don Chamberlain made I h c Cortland TO, while an intercepted pass by Don Bedea accounted for ihe J'ablo Rock score. John Jensen swept over for a Cortland TD in the second period and after Bob Wagner booted the ;?AT, Cortland led at halftime, 13- i . Neither team could push across a counter in the, third, but in the fourth Chamberlain struck twice Tor Cortland. Les Rue scored once for Table Rock as the win went to Cortland. " Cortland's blocking rind tackling was a great improvement over the season opener which was won by Odcll. WORKING AGREEMENT PHILADELPHIA l/Ti --The Philadelphia Phillies todays announced signing of a working agreement with Tifton, Ga., in the Class D Georgia-Florida League. By ED WILKS Unless Hurricane lone .sends them sprawling, the New York Yankees figure they'll IIHVC the American League pennant in hand Frklny ai Boston. Yet, it's possible the champion may nut be decided until after Sunday's regular-season windup. All sorts of things can happen between now and Sunday, but basically, here's the situation: 1. Any combination of New York victories and Cleveland defeats totaling five gives the Yankees and Manager Casey Stengel their sixth pennant in seven years. Tribe IVIiisl Sweep 2. The Indians, with the world on a string just a week ago, must swtH'p their five remaining games and hope Ihe Yanks lose throe (if their remaining seven to gain at most a tie for Ihe title. New York could clinch it a.s early a.s Wednesday night. To do it, the Yankees would have to sweep their three games at Washington while Cleveland drops a two-game set at Chicago. The storm knocked out Monday night's game between the Yankees and Senators. Could be lone will \ ash out the whole three-game series in Washington — and if so, PorteiTield (10-17) or Pete Ramos lo-9l and Maury McDcrmot (0-9). Cleveland Manager AI Ixipex, forced to win 'em all, will decide on either Early \Vynn ilG-11) or Herb Score (15-101 against the White S;>x' s Billy Pierce (11-9) tonight. Two (iiinios Mondny Only two games were scheduled Monday. In the National, St. Louis overcame a 5-0 deficit to beat the Chicago Cubs 6-3 in 12 innings. Detroit, riding high after taking three straight from Cleveland, shut out Kansas City 4-0 behind r o o It i e Bud Black's six- hitler. The Cubs' Ernie Banks, who recently set a record for shortstops with his 40th home run of the season, knocked off another major league record with his fifth grand-slum homer of Ihe year. Only 10 sluggers, including Babe Ruth, over had been able to hit us many as four bases-loaded shots in one season before. Banks now has 44 home runs. J. Slade Outpoints Lumbering McBride NEW YORK im -When Jimmy Slade feels like moving, he's hard the Yankees may have to return! 10 enleli. The shifty New York lo W a s h i n g t o n after Sunday's "finish" at Boston to play the trio, which loom importantly in the \icnnnnJ. issue. Stcv" 1 ], hoping the Washington scrie;; comes off ,on schedule, is aim! i"." for a quick clinch to give his v:.3n\ns a rest before the World Series opener agains Brooklyn a week from Wednesday, The New York Yankees will send Whitey Ford (17-7) and Don Lnrsen (8-2) against Washington in today's scheduled afternoon-night doubleheuder. The Senators will throw Boh heavyweight was in the mood to move Monday night and he easily outpointed lumbering Archie Mc- Bridc of Trenton, N, J,, in a television 10-rounder. Outweighed 18!) to 180, Jimmy flitted backwards and sideways and often behind the bewildered Jerscyitc. But after the seventh Slade tired and contented himself with loafing and holding. The voles of the officials were 7-2-1, 6-3-1, and 5-4-1. Gold is mined in all but two of Canada's provinces. es from Bill & John's. John Carlson rolled 19U-496 for B. &• J. Krl Ackcrman's 503. combined with Lubben's 207 single, helped Doyle News to a pair of lines over -Plymouth AC. For the Plymouth pinmen, N. Jensen i-ollcd 232-516. Unk & Dot's won three from Mike's Oilers as R. Tegler posted 203-502. Al Nispel posted 181-495 for the others. Orth Motor also won three lines, victims being Marv's Tavern keg- lers. Ray Hagemcior rolled a two lin-1193 single and Lorraine Christ a 1. UCLA CM i Georgia Tech <3i Oklahoma 110) Michigan (fit .. .. Maryland il) . .. Ohio Slate Pittsburgh .. . Mississipp L'SC (1i .. .. Navy Miei The Second 10: 526 total for the winning Orth five. Man- Meyer led the tavern team with 158-438. 4. ;"). 6. 7. S. 9. 9. 1.1. 12. 13. M 15. 16. 17. 18. 10. 19. Dame Tech . Fla. Notre Texas Rice Army Miami, LSU Arkansas 1 Baylor Purdue 11i Florida itir 512 361 .31!) 231! ins! 157 .112 130 124 121 JOT ACME QUALITY ENAMEL-KOTE Have Decoration that's MAGIC-NOT TRAGIC! A.0. ENAMEL KOTE is EASY JO APPLY- QUICK TO DRY - Use Inside or Out-Look of this SENSA7IOHAL MONEY SAVINGS OFFER! This Coupon Entitht Purchaser to a REDUCTION OF 75c from Retail Price on 1 Quart of A.Q. ENAMEL-KOTE NAME. ADDRESS. Sorry—Only 1 to o Cuilomtr! Thit offer expire* October lit 1955 Despite Odds Archie Moore Predicts Win NATIONAL LKAGt K Brooklyn Milwaukee Nrw York Philadelphia Cincinn Chicago St. I»u Only '_M Milwaukee p.m. Pittsburgh a.m. Chicago at Onlv \V. L. I 95 53 8:; 66 .. 75 T'. a 75 71 73 77 7(1 79 65 81 5S S9 lie scheduled •e at Cinrinn; J CT. .6-1:.' .557 .510 .503 .4,87 .170 .136 .".95 •Hi. G.B. 19', 'JO 1 :. 30';. 36' -. York 121, 11 ; Kansas City Detroit Craddock. lAstroth. \V. S'nantz ( Porter. L- Craddock. 000 (XX) 000-0 fi 2 000 Oil llx-4 9 0 Kcriazakos <7> and WU.KTIX .\K\V YORK </!'> The heavyweight championship fight scheduled for tonight between Rocky .Marciano and Archie 1 Moore has boon postponed until Wednesday night. Postponement was due to Hurri. cane lono. II conditions do not 'permit the fight Wednesday night, file bout night. will he held Thursday Blank and (Only games .scheduled). 13 0 K Si . t-ouis, cheduled p.m. -liACK KKLKASiCU BALTIMORE 'ft Jimmy Lc- sane. defensive halfback from Virginia, was released on waiver- today by ill'- Baltimore ('ohs of liv Nati-jnal Football League. Chicago 100 000 400 000 NATIONAL LKAl.l St. LouU 000 000 230 1 6 12 1 Minner. Tremel 18', Davis i9> and Cooper; Mcl'aniel, Smith 'Si. Wright ili and Burbrink. ^ '•••Wright. L Davis. MAJOR LKA(it K STARS Hy The Associated Press Pitching Bud Black, Tiger-,, bung up his first major league shut out in his third starting assignment, blanking Athletics, on six hits 4-0. Batting Ernie Banks. Cubs, walloped his fifth grand - slam borne run of the season to ->et a major league record in 6-5 defeat by Ci Hy Ml'RRAV ROSK \K\V YORK >.V'~ Hurricane lone permitting, heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano will match brute s t r c n g t b Hiid povver pun< lies again-.!. Ihe finest 1 " 1 , experience and sharp hitting of 3S-year-old Archie Moore in a l.Vround title fi^bt in Yankee. Stadium tonight. If a. postponement i-- iieei!>-,;:r; . .the fight will be beid \Vcdnc-day. with Thursday tiie next delay date. ; Tin. odds were 3'u-l the undefeat- ;ed Brockton strong boy would make Moore his 49th victim. It was even money that Moore, 'stopped four times in his 19-year 'career of 144 fights 1120-19-51. would not come out for the ninth 1 round. Despite the odds, the poised light 'heavyweight champion was a 1 confident as ever he would become tiie olde-i IIIHII to a-cond to the heavyweight throne. i "I never was more sure of win• ning a fight and 1 will win this 'one," he said. "I think it will be • by a knockout." 1 Rocky Anxious The 31-year-old heavyweight king is just a.s anxious to get in there 'with Moore a.s the veleian is in get his long sought crack at the ! title. Archie's needling campaign has stirred up the Brockton Blast- i er and his intimates say he is 'burning with a desire to crush the .cocky challenger a.s quickly as possible. Rocky never has been a shining star in his workouts, but fur thi:-. bout be ba> looker! tremendously i m p r e s .s i v c. The short-armed, hc.avy-ihiglicd champ has displayed an assortment of fast, precision punches as well a- the old reliable "Su/y Q" a lo'iping over| band right to the head. Moore went through hi^ pace.-, in : leisurely fashion, .just working on 'his timing and aecurac;.. It vva.s | the. same ,->ort o! preparation used I by Jer.se>' Joe Walcott. who won 'the till., at the age of 37. t Moore i.s bucking two jinxes. No 1 reigning light heavyweight cbam- j pion ever ha-, beaten a heavy- 'weight ruler for the title. Seven have tried. Then, too. 1'J previous clvillengpi'v wiv> attempted in win 'the talc in Yankee. Stadium wcic This corner strings alon:' jinxes, picking Marciam, defeated, with the to slop Moore within five round-. With one eye on the skies and with fingers crossed, promoter James D. Norris said that with a break in the weather be still v, a hopeful of a 50,000-55,000 crowd HIV! it $750,(XX) gate. The advance sale had zoomed close to the $600,000 mark when lone reared her ugl; 1 bead. On AIW Network There will be no home television but the 15-rounder will be broadcast, by ABC at 8:30 p.m., C'ST. A closed circuit telecast Will !)'• beamed to IL'X theater-; in !)2 cilie and also will be; piped to foui veterans hospitals. On an ave -a^e ol S3.50 a ,-eat the theater ;/ale could go over the million-dollar mark, iielling the International BOMII;; Club abom .11300.000 a- it.s ,bare. Radio bring.- in another S35.0'X). With everything figured in. Rocky may earn $100,000 and Archie $.'00,000. 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