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/ ' Links' Chain Reaction Tops SE By Del Black Five Links combined for a chain reaction Friday night as Lincoln High lied up its cage series with rival Lincoln Southeast. Something had to/give when the scoring tug-of-war between Lincoln High's Gary Haas ''and Southeast's Jack Cramer became a reality. Cramer won the struggle, but 4 other Links made the difference with solid support PAGE 7 LINCOLN 1, NEB., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1961--P.M. Hebron Rolls to Easy Victory Cold Uni High Dropped, 45-29 to go with Haas' contribution as tlie Links roared to a 6356 victory at the PSA Bldg. ; Southeast fell short in scoring balance and this is where Lincoln capitalized. Haas lost the scoring duel, 27-23, but Bobby /Williams (15), Bob Vaughn (10), Ron Blood (9) and Doug LaPagc (6) split up *0 points between them for the winning tune. Cramer received scoring Suspended support from 6 teammates but their offerings were too small. Rick Akin was the/ only other Knight to hit in the double figures. Lincoln High's 23-point 3rd quarter broke the game wide LINKS FAN -- Don VanDoren of Lincoln High school joined in the noise making with his symbol Friday night as his favorite Links dumped Southeast. Marquette Assistant Will Replace Russ Faulkinberry M. ·/ George L. Kelly, 33, Notre Dame graduate and assistant football coach at Marquette University since 1957, has been named an assistant football coach at the University of Nebraska, the Board of Regents announced Saturday. Kelly succeeds Russell Faulkinberry who resigned to ac ; -Basketball- LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS Pius X 59 O. Bishoo R^an 49 Hcbrnn 45 ... TJ.ii HiRTh 2H Lincoln HiEh fi3 Southeast 56 STATE HIGH SCHOOLS Creichton SL 49 O'Neill SM 37 Dod\-e 48 Uehlins 47 Scnbnrr 42 . Vallcs IS Tckamah 56 . Wisncr 53 Oakland 5J (OT) West Point 11 West Point GA 58 . . Becmer "!() Waicrly 5S Ashland 4!" P.ihnyra 72 . Douslas 50 OKallala G7 . HoldrcKc CO Crciffhton Prcn 50 Council Bluffs TJ 4S Crete 59 Schulcr 52 Divicht Assumption 81 . . Bclhiood 42 Intnan 66 Hlf;in 65 Crawford 54 Chadron Assumption 45 Sihcr Crcrk 80 Palmer 66 C--!ich(on SL- 66 ... . Atkinson SJ 65 Atkinson 64 Chambcis 60 Page 6S Linch 45 IM month 71 ......... ... Dakin 46 Peru Prep 54 ................. Dunbar 51 tt ilber 45 ....... Friend 42 Elimiood 60 ........... Dunbar 56 70 Lewiston 50 .Tlindcn 62 GflthenburK Geneva 70 . . Neb. Cits 67 Omaha Tech 7S . Fullerton 65 Halton 67 O. Cathedr.il 64 Pawnee Citj 50 Aurora 67 . . York 68 Kearney 63 Columbus 45 Dorchester 51 . .. St. Paul 53 Fremont K R.ilston 68 Council Bluffs AL 58 Bla/r 79 Grand Island 52 . Table Rock .')' Coxad 4S . LexinKton 53 D.iM(l Citv fr'airburv Omaha South Ord .. Ramond . Syracuse . . . . \Vmorc Superior gentr.il Citv MrCook . Seward 44 Milford 43 .. GI Catholic S3 Noifnlb 58 Papilhon 4S O. Central 50 Missouri Vallej .12 Hastings 46 s 57 . Laramie. \Vyo. CKhkosh ~7 Lodgepole Bavard Kimball Hay Springs Morrill L man Rushrille Harrihon Bushncll 36 Broadwatrr 32 Chad. AssnmD. 49 . ... Potter 2S Alexandria 43 . . . . . .. Nanonee 37 Campbell 54 Bladen 44 Chadron SO Bridgeport 62 llilchell 66 Hemmffford 69 Mmntare 55 . Gordon 61 Mclbrta 73 McGrew 66 . Di\ 73 Sidney SP 64 Dallon 51 Hardy 53 Upland 58 Koselnnd 55 . Giltner 46 Fr.lnklin 70 Cambridge 51 Dcshlcr 45 Wilber 39 Hasan 45 Orleans 37 Eustis 65 Edison 38 Alma 57 Oxford 46 Chester 55 Bruninc 10 Doninhnn 38 Kenesaiv .15 Shickles 55 MillUan 30 Fairmont 47 Davenport 35 Ked Cloud 53 Nelson 51 Blue Hill 54 Gnide Rock -18 HoKtein 69 Juanita 60 Chester 55 Bri'nlng 40 Dakota Citv 76 Rosalie 51 Doniphan 38 Kcncsaw 35 Niobrara 79 Center 61 cept the head coaching assignment at Southwestern Louisiana Institute at Lafayette, La. Kelly is married and the father of three daughters. He served in the Army Medical Corps before entering Notre Dame in" 1949. A recurring injury suffered in service football where he was chosen to the All-Service team forced him out of active participation in sophomore year at Notre Dame. He attended all practice sessions and squad meetings from then on, however, because of his deep interest in the game. Kelly, b o r n in Rockford. 111., lettered * four years at St. Thomas High in football and three years in basketball. In his senior year lie captained the f o o t b a l l team and was co-captain in basketball. He was head coach at St. Joseph high school at South Bend, Incl.. a school conducted by Notre Dame, from 1954 until he joined the Marquette staff in 1957. His high school teams won 28.' lost 14 and tied two. Kelly comes here on a one- year contract and his salary will be $8,000. Marqiiette dropped intercollegiate football after last season. Other By Conde Sargent University PI i g h Friday night made a laughing stock of the home court advantage. The Tutors' 5-game winning streak was stopped in a 45-29 loss to visiting Hebron. University High was pathetic from the fiel'd. They managed only 10 field goals for the night in about 55 attempts. Half of these buckets were registered in the last 8 minutes of the game--when Hebron had a comfortable lead The loss was No. 5 in 11 games for University High, which played its worst contest of the year. Coach Dale Snook's outfit had won its last 2 games at home. Hebron's victory was its 10th in 12 games. Losses were to No. 3 rated Geneva and No. 5 Miiwien. Pre-game Hebron strateg may have been the result fo Uni High's downfall. Coach Al Lowe of Hebron elected to send his team int a collapsing zone defense stop Uni's Charlie Hellerich The Tutors countered b passing up Hellerick in favo of outside shots--some too fa outside --by Rich Olson, We Cooley and Ted Hempel. This trio shot often and hi very little. Cooley neve made a field goal. Hebron meanwhile was hit ting somewhat better" and built a 22-14 halftime lead The Bears worked Universit High's quick' zone for some corner shots by Rusty Russell He canned 3 straight in the second quarter. University High began press ing in the second half but Hebron continually built its lead b e c a u s e the Tutors couldn't score when they stole the ball. University High managed only 3 points in the 3rd period. Tall Denny Dondlinger was the night's top scorer with 20 points. Olson was next with 11, six in the last quarter. Hellerich, usually a 20-plus shooter, scored 10. Russell had 10 for Hebron. University High's reserves defeated Hebron 53-43. . HEBRON UNI HIGH s t i Russell 5 0-0 10 Hempel W'lfko'ter 0 3-5 3 Cooley Killmger 1 2-3 4 Olson Schroeder 0 0-0 0 Hellerich Bowen 3 2-7 8 Dieckman Dondhnger 8 4-6 20 Butts Zarins Dick Totals 1711-2145 Total;, Hebron 8 14 Uni High 5 9 f t 2-3 4 0-0 0 1-2 11 4-7 10 1-1 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 1-1 3 10 9-14 29 10 13--35 3 12--29 assistants on B i l l Jennings' NU staff are Leroy Pearce. D o n Scarbrough, Dick Monroe, Cletus Fischer and Jack Braley. Scottsbluff 58 Alliance 46 Chadron Trcn 51 ... Alliance St. \pnes 47 Hiekman 47 Central 43 Newcastle 47 . . . . Emerson 44 York St. .Toe 44 Greshnm 41 Mnllcn 85 . . DunninE 62 STANTON INVITATIONAL First round Stanton 72 Columbus SB 46 Wakeficld 57 Winside 55 Battle Creek 57 . . . HoweIN 42 Clark-ion 65 . (1st) Battle Creek 52 Stanton 57 . (3rd) Wakcfield 53 LOW VALLEY Semifinals Litehficld 61 NL-Scotia 53 Arcadia 75 . . Anslcy 54 First round Anslcy 5S . . · Comstopk 41 NL-S,-otia SS Sarwnt 32 Lltchefield 42 . Tavlor 38 CLAY COUNTY Fairfleld 5! . . l«t) . . One 41 Clav Center, 59 . ..(3rd) . Glcn\ll 57 POLK COUNTY Polk 63 . . (1st) Oiccola « CASK COUNTY Wccpinp Water 51 (1st) Murdork 48 Elmwood 60 CM) . . . . Avoea 59 NORTH CENTRAL Wood Lake 58 (1st) Atkinson 44 Stuart 75 (3rd) Lone Pine 46 EASTERN NEBRASKA Arlington 41 (Is!) Elkhorn 3.1 Bcnninglon 56 - (3rd) . . . .Millard 51 RANGELAND O'Neill 67 (1st) Valentine 66 Ainsworth 76 . (3rd) Bassctt 29 STATE COLLEGES Chadron 71 Wayne 61 HaslinKS 78 Kearney 69 Dana 97 Sioux Falls 77 Midland 84 . . . Northwestern (la.) 54 Wcstmar (la.) 7 1 . . . Concordi.i 5 1 Norfolk .1C 87 Fairbury JC 75 St. Benedict 77 Omaha 64 McCook JC 84 Scntt.sbluff 82 OTHER COLLEGES San Jose SI Loyoln (La) I5 St. Mary's 81 .. . . San Diesro State 5S Tarkio 64 Central (Mo) 61 Oresron 58 ..(OT) Oregon State 55 Knox 6,1 . . , . . . Grlnnell 59 Colorado Si. Coll. 100 ..Western St. 75 Cornell 82 Rlonn 74 Wartbnrit 81 Iowa Wcslev.in ."W Southern Cal 78 UCLA 6,1 Washington 71 Stanford 47 Louisville 75 Loyola (La.) 58 Clemson 89 Virginia 81 N. Dakota 69 S. Dakota 61 Niagara 86 Holy Cross 73 AiiKiistana 70 N.D. Slate 6« Drops Bomb New Orleans IT)--The president of the U.S. Lawn Tennis Association dropped a bombshell into the annual meeting Friday night with the proposal of "quasi-open" competition--half amateur and half professional. In a revolutionary p l a n aimed t at solving the world's court 'problems, George S. Barnes of Chicago also suggested that pros and amateurs have equal representation on the Davis Cup teams. Grapplers TIP JLIC The University of Nebraska wrestling team drew with South Dakota State 15-15 in a dual wrestling meet here Friday night. The Husker grapplers took an early 10-2 lead, but the Jackrabbit wrestlers came roaring back and led 15-9 with only one event remaining. In that final event, Jim Raschke nearly pinned South Dakota State's Frank Kurtenbach, but time ran out and the Husker heavyweight had to settle for a lop-sided 6-0 decision. Nebraska coach Mickey Sparano singled out Nebraska School for the Blind graduate Jim Faimon for his tremendous performance F r i d a y night and during the year. Faimon, who wrestles at 137 pounds, notched his 4th dual win for the season by d-ecision- ing Jim Perkin, 3-0. 123-- Mike Nissen (N) won by fft 130 -- Dick Van Sickle (N) and Jim Perkins drew, 0-0. 137 -- Jim Faimon (N) dec Jim Kain. 3-0. 147 -- Dave Kinney (SDS) dec. Larry Labruska. 4-2. 157-Gary Zellmer (SDS) and Dame Loos drew, 22. 167-- John Sterner (SDS) dec. Stan Fralcy, 177--Mike Sterner (SDS) pinned Dan Hoevet in 5:25. Ilvy- Jim Raschke (N) dec Frank Kurtenbach, 6-0. NU Winner i Sports Slate j Saturday Local Basketball -- Southeast v. Fairbury, SE Gym, 37th Van Dorn, 8 p.m. Boxing -- Southeast Nebraska D i s t r i c t Golden Gloves, Pershing Auditorium, 15th M, 8:30 p.m. Bowling--Men's City Tourney, s i n g l e s £ doubles, Northeast Lanes, 4515 No. 56th, 12 noon; Men's teams, P a r k w a y Lanes, 2555 So. 48th, 2 p.m.: Women's City Tournev, Hollywood Lanes, 920 No. 48th. 12 noon. State Basketball -- Nebraska Wesleyan at Peru; Pius X at S y r a c u s e: University High at Crete; Lincoln High at Omaha North; Northeast at Grand Island. Hockey -- Omaha Knights v. Minneapolis, Ak-Sar-Ben, 8 p.m. Regional Basketball -- Nebraska at Oklahoma State, KLIN KFOR, 8 p.m. Sunday Local Bowling -- Men's C i t y Tourney, singles doubles", Northeast Lanes. 4515 No. 56th. 9 a.m.; Men's teams, Parkway Lanes, 2555 So. 48th, 9 a.m.; Women's City Tourney, Hollywood Lanes, 920 No. 48th. 12 noon. open after a slow first period. The pace began to quicken the second canto with Lincoln outscnring the Knights 20-17 alter SE held a 7-6 first period advantage. Southeast managed only 11 in the 3rd, falling victim to the rapid-fire field goal assault from Haas and Williams. The Knights were out of it, 49-35 at the period break. Cramer's 11-point f i n spurt sparked Southeast's 21- point comeback, but it was too late. "Our guys aren't used to protecting a 16-point lead," joked Lincoln High coach Alden Johnson after he watched his Links miss numerous free throw chances and toss the ball away all too often. Lincoln High managed 14 points in the final period. The Links led by 16 with 4 minutes to go. They scored 6 the rest of the way while Southeast peppered in 15. Friday's Link t r i u avanges an earlier' one-point loss to the Knights. In the preliminary t i l Southeast's reserves clipped the Link seconds, 51-46. SOUTHEAST S I Cramer 12 3-3 Akin 4 2-2 Wilhts 0 0-0 Hammond i 0-0 Thomas 2 4-7 Amerman X 1-2 Rou\ o 4-7 Hohens.ee 1 0-0 Owen 0 0-2 Total!. 2114-23 56 Southeast Lincoln High LINCOLN HIGH 27 Haas 10 LaPase 0 Williams 2 Vaughn 8 Blood 3 Swanson 4 2 0 t t 7 9-1323 3 0 - 1 6 3-9 15 5 0-2 10 3 3 - 4 0 0 - 0 Totals 24 15-29 63 - . . 7 17 11 21--56 . . 6 20 23 14--«3 New Stars "ose OFF WE GO -- Dick-Owen (25) of Southeast and Gary Haas (52) of Lincoln High are suspended in rnid-air here as they battle with John Roux of Southeast for the ball. No Changes in Singles Division; Mae's Now 4th Among Team Entries There were o n l y two changes in the Men's City Bowling Tournament Friday night, but one provided a new leader in doubles/ Don Nichols and Dwayne Selk combined for an 1154-180 -1,334. This provided a 27-pin bulge over the previous leaders, Bill Harrington chael. The high and Melvin Mi- series was produced primarily on Selk's 653 series, achieved on games of 193-246-214. Nichols d i d his share with a 501. The 1147 scratch did not depose Bernie Kossek and Bill Davidson from their lead in Knights Host Jeffs Tonight Southeast is the only local lasketball team at home to- ight. The Knights host Fair- niry at the SE gym at 8 p.m. Out-of-town games are Uni- ·ersity High at Crete. Pius X t Syracuse. Lincoln High at )maha Nor,th, and Northeast t Grand Island. Russ Snyder Inks Baltimore L?) -- The Balti- lore Orioles announced the igning of two outfielders and catcher, bringing the roster nder contract for the 1961 eason to 6. Latest to sign were outfield- rs Gene Stephens and Russ nyder and catcher F r a n k uppo. The top 6 teams in Class A and B held their positions in the Women's City Bowling Tourney, but two new teams in each division stepped into the top 10 Friday night. A pair of pickup teams crashed the Class A group. Last Result, with a handicap of only 183, took over 7th place, and the Astronauts stepped in at 9th. Three 500 Last Result. series boosted Arlene Deffen- Hockey INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Forl Wayne .1, IndlanapolU 2 AMERICAN LEAGUE Kocheiter 7, Providence 1 ·crikey 5. Surlnjlltld 4 BLIND PERFORMER-Jim Fairnan uses a little body weight here to push Jim Kain of South Dakota Slate. Jim, although blind, is one of the lop wrestlers on the Husker squad. He won Ihis decision, 3-0. Sec story, baugh (515), Olga Olson (532) and Ruth Roach (510) helped shape a 2448 team scratch. In Class B, the Low Balls moved into 7th p l a c e and M a r k w a r d - P e t r i e Const. _ lined a tie for 9th. Team action winds up today, but leaders are not expected to be strongly challenged. A heavy assault is anticipated in doubles and singles today, and standings should be shaken up quite a bit in those events. CLASS A TEAMS 1. Bo»I-Mor Lanes 2751-105--2856 2. Chiistiano's 2633-123--2756 3. John Carter Sons 2536-155--2G92 4. French Cleaners 2352-300--2652 5.,Mixed Up 5 25M-144--2C48 6. Demma's Market 2253-387--2640 7. Last Results 24)8-183--2631 8. Roseuell Floral 2365-252--2617 9. Astronauts 2310-294--2613 10. Lucky 5 2237-372--2609 (tie) Ren's Hens .. 2372-237--2609 HEffh scratch--Bow 1-Mor Lanes, 2751. Fullback Dropped Ames, la. (UPI) -- Bill Smith, 195-pound reserve fullback, was dropped from the Iowa State football team Friday for "indifference toward his academic subjects and failure to attend classes." The announcement was made by coach Clay Stapleton. Seward Stock Off Seward--Carl Stock, regular center for Seward High School, has moved to I o w a, coach Ralph Bowmaster announced. Stock was Seward's No. 2 scorer for the year. ,-,, ! CLISS B TEAMS 1. Lincoln Liberty Life £1 1945-327--2272 (tie) Blow Outs 2083-189--2272 3. Alvord Pharmacy 2057-210--2267 4. RoIIettes 1995-267--2262 5. Airsvay 2040-216--2256 6. Courthouse 1988-243--2231 7. 'Law Balls 1958-267--2225 8. Trust Building 2020 201--22.U 9 Security Mutual r- 1 .. 1954-255--2209 i tie) Markwardt-Petrie 2017-192--2209 HiEh scratch--Blow Outs. 20S3. ALL EVENTS 1. Betty Heckman 1436-243--1679 2. Vi Tyrrell 1453-207--1660 3. Rosemary Murphy 1547-108--1655 4. Joyce Mills . .. 1546-108--1654 5. Elsie Carrier 1533-108--1611 High scratch--Rosemary Murjihy. NU Invades Okie State Nebraska's Cornhuskers, possessing a 2-2 Big 8 Conference basketball mark, takes on Oklahoma State (2-4) tonight at Stillwater. Tonight's game is the first of a two-game swing into Oklahoma. The Huskers are at Norman Monday night to encounter the Oklahoma Soon- ;rs. Next home game for t h e Huskers is Feb. 11 when league-leading Kansas is at the Coliseum. Tonight's starters: S"EBRASKA Susscll (6-7) Wall (6-6) . . Boners (6-6) tacit (6-1) . Kools (6-2) . Pos. ff . . f . . . . c ... . K . S ... OKLAHOMA Eppcrb (6-4) ... Miller (6-3) ...Bunch (B-7) .. Grccr (6-1) .. Iba (6-1) McElhenny May Quit Football San Francisco (/P) -- Half- ack Hugh McElhenny, the San Francisco 49er star acquired last week by the new Minnesota Vikings of the Na- ional Football League, said Friday he may give up the game. Although he previously had expressed approval of t h e ransfer, he has entered into partnership in a supermar- cet at Santa Clara, Calif. The former University of Vashington All-America was nc of 3 49ers picked by the Vikings in the NFL plan to caff the new entry. that department. Kossek-Davidson have 1222 scratch. There were no changes in singles, and only the move into 4th spot by Mac's of the Greater Lincoln League revised the team standings. Gerry McBride's 643 series, including an o p e n i n g 266 game, paced Mac's. Bob Cordell added a 609. TEAMS 1. Kraal Club (Greater Hollywood) 2757-522--3279 2. Leroy Hilt Truck Line (Hurricane) 2602-612--3214 3. Allen Realty (Holbwood Classic) 2920-276--3196 4. Mac's (Greater Lincoln) 2925 267--3192 5 Bob Ring's (Classic Scratch) . . . . 2934-231--3168 6 Border Inn (Classic Scratch) 2893-258--3151 7. Gunn's Sheet .Metal (Haveloek Merchants) 2770-375--3145 8. Best Laundry (Elks) . . 2812-324--31.26 9. Mohr's IG \ (Bush) ... 2733-393,--312S (Le) White Electric (IBEW) 2646-J80--3126 Hiffh scratch--Canital City, 2943. SINGLES 1. Jack Albert 635-66--701 (tie) Don Kurtzer 578-123--701 3. Roy Muicler 563-135--S98 4. Glenn Mills 624-15--669 (tie) Fred Warner 579-99--661 6. Jerry Russell 619-4S--657 7. Dous Hayes 631-30--667 8. Mark Stock 593-69--662 (be) Owen Bolton 56399--662 10 Melvin Hedberg 601-60--661 (tie) Bill Hueclman . 598-63--G61 HiSh scratch--Jark Albert, C35. BOUBLES 1. Don Xichrls- Dwayne Selk 1154-180--1334 2. Bill Harnnaton- Mehin Michael 1118-189--1307 3. Mike Murphy- Bob Mornson 1142-153--1295 4. Ed Dosek-Vern Reed 1147-141--1288 5. Jerry Fletcher- Bob Fletcher 1145-132--1277 6. Paul Oliver- Howard Baatz ,, 1109-153--1262 (tie) Larry Reger- John Capron 1103-159--1262 8. Bill Davidson- Benne Kossek 1222-39--1261 (tie) Virgil Barber- Charles Houser 1057-204--1261 10. Warren Jennings- Chuck Cochennet _ 1026-253--1251 j HiKh scratch--Bill Davidson and Bernie Kossek, 1222. In the money--1167. New York (UPI)--Manhattan College's world record- breaking two-mile relay team and Henry Wadsworth of Florida, who tried for an unusual "double" in the pole vault and high jump, ran off with most of the honors in the 54th annual Millrose track and field games. The Manhattan quartet of John Corry, Kye Courtney, Lawrence St. Clair and Art Evans broke the 19-year-old record for the indoor two- mile relay with a 7:32.8 clocking Friday night at Madison Square Garden. Wadsworth, a 22-year-old junior at the University of Florida, was voted the outstanding individual star in the meet after beating world record-holder Don (Tarzan) Bragg in the pole vault and then finishing second to John Thomas' winning 7-foot leap in the high jump. A crowd of 14,500 defied a severe snowstorm to watch. Olympic triple gold medal winner Wilma Rudolph and Hayes Jones of Eastern Michigan equal their own World records. Miss Rudolph won the special women's 60-yard spruit in 6.9 seconds and Jones successfully defended his 60-yard high hurdles championship with a even second clocking that also tied his own world mark. SE Gymnasts Capture Crown How They Scored -Southeast . --Northeast 86'71'; 3--Beatrice -1--Hastings Hastings -- Paced by the 39 J /! points by senior Jim H o w a r d , ihe Southeast Knights captured the Mid- East Conference gymnastics championship here Friday. Free Exercise--1. John Hill (NE); 2, Box Maxwell (NE); 34. Jim Howard (SE) and Mike Wetdeman (B). Rebound tumbling:--1. Fred Solheim CSE): 2. Howard (SE); 3, Len Schluter (NE). Roue climb--1, Boh Harris (SE); 2, John Spcnce (B); 3, Curt Kinner (NE). Horse--I, Stecv Deiteme.\or (SE); 2, Rob Marvin ( B ) : 3, Jim Inneiss (NE). Horizontal liars.--!, Howard (SE); 2, Ken Hood (NE); 3, Sponce (B). P-Bars--1, Howard (SE); 2, Bob Marlz (B); 3i, Kmner (NE) and Harold Mctz (SE). lllnRs--l, Spence (B); 2, Howard (SE): 3, Jim Jacksan (SE). ·rambling--1, Hill NE): 2. Martr (B); 3,4,i5, Ma\\vcll (NE), Zimmcr (15), and Howard (SE). Jumper Falls Norman, Okla. (/P) -- The University of Oklahoma announced Friday its Olympic broad jumper, Anthony Wat son, is scholastically ineligible. engert s Lead Palrn Springs, Calif. (#)-- Al "Vlengert might find the last .wo rounds of the Palm Springs Golf Classic about as delightful as Ingemar Johansson found his last two rounds vith Floyd Patterson. Whatever happens, it's a real tribute to the 31-year-old professional that he got this ar. Although his tournament appearances have been infrequent and rarely rewarding, Mengert was a stroke ahead of his nearest rival Saturday going into the 4th round of this 850,000, 90-hole event. Bob Shave Jr., of Willoughby, Ohio, shot the best tournament 9-hole score of the year when he got a 29 on the back side at Bermuda. Leaders: Al Meiutert Bob Rosburff Ken Venmri ................ 65-71-67--203 Grorae Bayer .............. 72-63-69-204 Billy" Casper Jr .............. 63-69-63-206 Paul Harney ................ 69-69-68-206 Jay Hebert ............. 66-69-71--206 - - ' -- " .68-70-68--206 .69-68-70-207 .7-6S-69-- 207 .67-67-73--207 .67-68-73--208 68-69-71--208 69-70-70--209 Billy Maxwell Arnold Palmer Bob Harris Art Wall Jr Fred Hawkins Doug Hiffsms .. Smiley Quick .. Da\c Hill Don Whitt Eric Monti Charhc Sifford .·U Balding .69-69-71--209 ; 68-68-73-209 68-70-73--210 Murtaugh Inks Pittsburgh Pact Pittsburgh WP) -- Manager Danny Murtaugh F r i d signed a one-year contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates and declared: "We're the defending World Champions and the team to beat." There was no mention of salary. However, sources indicated the smiling Irishman probably got $40,000, a $10,000 hike over last year- IN FW SPA PERI NFWSFAPF.R!

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