Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on December 6, 1967 · Page 33
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Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 33

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Wednesday, December 6, 1967
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50 Lincoln Evening Journal «c Nebraska State Journal Wednesday. Dec. 6, 1!)«7--P.M. iAJi. AP W I H K I ' H O T O Bill Bradley, t h e Knicks' $500.000 bonus player, gets ready to begin practice in Madison Square Garden. Bradley Returns Lady Jockey Rejected Laurel. Md. '.-P^-Kathy Kusner's hopes of becoming a lady j o c k e y were dashed Tuesday when tiie Maryland Racing Commission rejected her application for a license. The commissioners voted unanimously to t u r n down M i s s Kusner because "she ; had indicated she would not be a professional." "I feel very strongly that this is a profession." said J. i Newton Brewer Jr., a com- I missiuner. "These men jockeys make t h e i r living at it. To sanction an amateur, who would then solicit mounts without p a y when these men are trying to make a living, is absolutely wrong." he said. Miss Kusner. of Monkton. Md., is a member of the U.S. Equestrian team. Earlier, she told D. Eldred Rinehart. commission chairman, that she wanted a license but would keep her amateur standing. Randy Works Olympic Gold College Station. Tex. '.P-Five days a week, a giant of a man tugs and hauls at the weights. He's been doing it since September. "Gotta b u i l d u p m y strength," said Randy Matson, the world's greatest shot putter. "But you already a r e strong enough to throw the shot 71 feet 5'is inches," he was told. "Oh. I'm pretty strong. I now press 400 and do 450 in the squat, which is fairly close to the best I ever did. But a fellow always wants to be stronger. That's the only way to improve at throwing the shot." Matson is preparing for the Olympics scheduled in Mexico City next October. He will compete in possibly a half-dozen indoor meets and a f u l l schedule next spring. Randy hasn't taken any time off from a long Cana- Randy Matson Olympic Bound dian and European tour and then competition in the pre- Olympics in Mexico City. "Seems like I haven't rested in two years." said Matson. "But I never have gotten very tired anyway. Just working at throwing the shot can't make you very tired." Matson will wind up at Texas AM in the spring Toward Medal but he'll stay here and train for the Olympic trials in June. Randy hasn't thrown the shot since he won at Mexico City and he won't be throwing it until January when he will appear in the Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Invitational indoor meets and in February when he'll compete in the San Diego Invitational. '"I had 40 meets in one month with only one workout," said Matson of his tour. "I was in 15 meets in 20 days in Europe. It got pretty boresome and besides I wasn't trying to break any records." He said the altitude didn't bother him in the least in Mexico City. "A shot putter doesn't do much running and the altitude doesn't affect your throwing," he explained. "Some of the runners said they were handicapped, others didn't." Link Lyman's Wife Dies In California j San Gabriel. CalK. -- Mrs. Grace Lyman. wife of ex-Ne-1 ! braska football player and coach Link Lyman. died Tues- j day in a Pasadena hospital. i "Dolly" Godwin, who married Link in 1920, was born in '. Sheridan. Wyo., and attended | i the University of Nebraska, i Her husband is a member of The Lincoln Journal's Nebraska Sports Hall of Fame j and the national Football j Hall of Fame. He sandwiched i a 13-year pro career between his playing and coaching days at Nebraska. Funeral services are to be held Friday. Wayne Rolls Past Dakota Wayne -- Wayne State! ran its record to 4-0 with a 91-79 basketball v i c t o r y ; over Dakota Wesleyan Tuesday night. ; Wesleyan 41 38--79 ' Wayne . 3 3 36--91 Wesleyan: Fletcher 30. Billars 13. Earth 9. Pigge 8, Farris 6, Miller 5, Hall 4, Harton 2. \ Wayne: Strathman 23, Elofson 27. I Parks 13, Goodwin 11, Emanuel 8, Cruse 2, Schdider 2. Big Eight Shr),,b* u, Snutli nahol* *1 Oklahom* SUl* «1, Arkriuui II KUIMS St*l* It, MiottioU 56 low* Suit* », Northern Iowa n State College! St. Benedict* 77. Onuha 71 I'ershitM 99. HifU»Dd M Wayne State *». ItekoU Wt»lev»» 71 York JC Its County M JFK 88. Midlandd :', Hustiiiiis 8*. KricneU 74 Daoa 86, Cuncordia 75 Uoane SI9. W«sl*yaji K) State High Schools David City Aquinas 73, Fremont 4 Nebraska Deaf 67. Cedar Bluflt It liattle Cree* tij. Humphrey 3S Bancroft 56, Lyoiu 46 Wahoo Neumann 59, BeaniBitoi 41 Nelilih 65. Elkhorn Valley 54 Spenctt 83, Naper 33 Bloomfield 60, Hartmjton CC M SUnton 77. Clarkson 62 Newman Grove 51, Lcifh 47 Osceola 70, Shelby 44 Chadron Assumption 31. Heminjford 4t Crawford 66. Rushville 53 Kimball 60, Vering 58 (OT) Lodgepole 54, Big Spring! M Hays Center 61, Elsie-Madrid SI Other Colleges Notre Dame tl. Wisconsin 73 Marshall 79, Morehead, Ky., 7* Ohio r. 81, Otlerbein 5» Howard. D. C. 93. St. Paul'i 71 NYU 92, Houter 76 Air Korre 93. Regis, Denver Cl Boston U. 79, Connecticut 72 Princeton /7. Villanova 52 Boston College 116. Dartmouth Cl Miami, Ohio 64. Dayton 61 Davidson 95, Furman 68 Tulane 104, Florida Southern 71 Oalethorpe 68, S. Carolina St. 57 Westmar 79, Mornlngside 74 Washburn 93, Ottawa K Au«tin Peay 76, Tenn. Martin T* Wichita St. 97 Miss. St. 67 Colo. St. 1 . 82. Sacramento St. M Southwestern La. 80. Baylor 70 Women's Basketball Tuesday's Results 1st Chrlstian-Southview Jl. Ea,t High 16: Millard Letter 2, Retha Orr O (forfeit): Road Runners 2, Chert' AmlM i forfeit). Kuicks Receive Early Christmas Xew York .? -- Can the Bill Bradley mystique be affecting the Xew York Knickerbockers already? "I'm available to play basketball." the former Princeton all-America said Tuesday at a news conference when he announced his six-month tour of duty with the A i r Force was over. But he wasn't in uniform Tuesday n i g h t when the Knicks look the court at Madison Square Garden. However, he was in the stands. "Excellent." Bradley said alter watching the game. And excellent was just what the Knicks were in drubbing the Baltimore Bullets 148-117. " "I think Bradley coming in today had something to do with it." said forward Dick Van Arsdale. "At least for me it meant something." Willis Reed thought t h e Knicks' top effort simply was the result of good play. But then the big center added: "Psychologically m a y b e Bradley's p r e s e n c e at the Garden did help." But it is Bradley's appearance on the court that the Knicks want and need. The National Basketball Association club signed Bradley to a four-year, S500.000 contract last spring after he had spent two years in England as a Rhodes Scholar. ."I was beginning to have a little trouble sleeping at nisht in my eagerness to get going." said Bradley, who had not been expected to end his sixth-month service tour until Jan. 6. But Bradley said that when , he arrived at McGuire AFB ! Monday to continue his tour, he was notified of a regulation that permitted him to get out early because he had completed his training. He j still must attend reserve \ meetings one weekend each j month for the next 5 1 -- years, j "I'll be ready to play when j Mr. Donovan i General Manager Ed Donovan i and Mr. McGuire i Coach Dick McGuire i think I should. I think it will be on a day-to-day-basis." McGuire. whose team has a 12-14 record a n d is fourth in the Eastern Division, said Bradley would not accompany the team to Boston for its game with the Celtics tonight but that he would work out with the club Thursday. As to whether Bradley would be ready for Saturday night's game here against Detroit. McGuire said, "we'll play it from clay to day. There's no way of knowing." Once Bradley does suit up. the Knicks can carry him as a 13th man for 30 days. After this period, the roster must be trimmed back to 12 play-: 1 ers. They Never Had It So Good! --While American prisoners, in North Vietnam are being miatroatcd by their captors and often publicly exploited for propaganda purposes. Viet Cong ROW'S apparently have never had i: "so good." U.S. newsman Martin Gershen gives a r ^ - e inside close-up of Pleiku, one of six POW camps in South Vietnam. Where caotives are well-treated, well-fed, well-clothed. CAN WE BRING BACK The Family Doctor? Of every 100 d o c t o r s in the U.S., only 20 ere family doctors. Parade brings you the s f o r y of a new concept in medical teaching, thot proposes to encourage more students to become r:oneral p r a c t i t i o n e r s . A JAPANESE BEAUTY SEARCHES FOR HER AMERICAN FATHER--r . ade's Special Intelligence Report introduces a tale-ted and beautiful 18-year-old Japanese vocalist, M;chi Aoyima, the fastest rising pep singer on the Tokyo t.,-.":-.o. w' o L ; , , she would r : .;-i:/ trade all her new-fo;;- r: ri ,.: ' ··'· - · - - " f o r m a t i o n concerning her unknown fi':i~r ,r. .·'·;r.r.rica. K I . A D T H I S ! I I \ I I H I S I N -- SERVICE DEPT. DAILY 9-10 SAT. 10-10, SUN._12-7_ ADIvMvnofllMl Christmas Wonderland Of Discounts DAILY T O - T O SUNDAY 12-7 SALE ENDS SAT. NITE DEC. 9, 1967 WHEN irs | TIME TO RE-TIRE BUY FISK FULL 4-PLY SNOW or REGULAR.SSSfS- GUARANTlt FISK RANCHER OR CUSTIM 310 -Any fattur* thof eee» b* replaced of current *varyday prie» =' '" iq, within r»an-.nip ond Mat* guaranteed pqai , led month* 9«orcin!f«H. ol-- Every il ell Joil el tr«ad. 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