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CAN'T TAKE CYCLONES TOO LIGHTLY Next "bowl game" State LINCOLN (AP) "The next iwwi game is at Ames, iowa, said Nebraska football . coach Bob Devaney Monday as he viewed the next contest for his unbeaten, once-tied Comhuskers. Devaney was speaking of Saturday's game against Iowa State, curently the last place team In the Big E'ght Conference which the Huskers lead with a 4-0 record. The o'.her reference was to the possibility heard more often as Nebraska, now 7-0-1, keeps winningthat the Huskers will be KEENEYE'O TIPS ON SHOOTING to Know your Distributed is public swvloby OF KANSAS STATE Lineman is Oscar - KANSAS CITY (AP) - This undoubtedly will come as a surprise to some people but linebacker Oscar Gibson of Kansas State was named Big Eight Conference lineman of the week Tuesday. Even Gibson himself may be surprised, not because he' didn't turn in an outstanding performance in the Wildcats' 17-14 victory Saturday over Missouri. He turned in- a brilliant performance. However, the Kansas State coaches nominated defend slve tackle Ron Yankowski. For the first time In history, z. panel of sports writers took it upon itself to override a nomination and selected Gibson unanimously. Gibson, a 233-pound senior, made six tackles and 12 tackle assists, including two for losses, and made a general nuisance of himself as far as Missouri was concerned all afternoon. He put a lot of heat on the Tiger' quarterback, Chuck Roper, and led the first half blitz that had Missouri struggling to overcome a 10-point deficit. In short he had a big hand in stopping everything Missouri had to offerr including the run ning of James Harrison and Bill Mauer. Yankowski, the Wildcat coaches' nomination, made five initial stops and aided on six other tackles. He blocked one pass and was another strong DAVIDSON JUSTIFIED ON TACKLE KANSAS CITY (AP) - The , storm of controversy over Oakland's 17-17 pro football tie with Kansas CJty continued today but there was clarification on -one major pointr Oakland's Ben Davidson was justified in tackling Kansas City quarterback Len Dawson, the incident which touched off a wild melee with only a minute r e m a i n 1 n g in Sunday's game. It was the manner in which , Davidson tackled Dawson which caused refereeBob Fin-ley to step off 15 yards against Oakland. 2 The fipht started after "Dawson ran 19 yards to the Oakland 29. Davidson jumped on Dawson, and wide receiver Otis Taylor of the Chiefs Jumped on Davidson and started swinging both fists. At first, it was believed Da-" vidson piled on Dawson after the quarterback was tackled. Films show that Dawson had not been tackled but stumbled to the ground when he tripped over one of his own players. When Taylor dived into Davidson, he drew a 15-yard penalty, offsetting the Davidson penalty, nullifying the play and returning the ball to the original scrimmage line. After order was restored eight or 10 minutes I a t e r, the Chiefs had to kick, and the Raiders moved to Kansas City's 41-yard line on Daryle Lamoni-ca's passing. With three seconds left, George Blanda tied the game with a '48-yard field goal. The game's outcome was extremely important. Oakland's tie lifted it Into first place in the American Football Conference's West Division. A Kansas City victory would have elevated the Chiefs into a tie for first with Denver. As It turned out, Kansas City remained in third Coach says Invited to a New Year' Day ".bowl. The Huskers have been watched by scouts from at least five bowls, including the Sugar, Orange, and Cotton bowls, but Devaney insists his club can't afford to look more than one game ahead. Even though the Cyclones are (M In' the Big Eight and 3-4 overall, Devaney told the weekly extra point club, luncheon he's not taking them lightly. "Iowa State Is a team with great potential," he said, "And It Is ILLEGAL to use electronic calls while hunting waterfowl. it is also Illegal hunt over baited water: waterfowl regulations. National RHIt Awoclattow fl ' of week Gibson rusher on the Missouri quarterback. , . "Oscar Gibson played tremendous football," said Wildcat Coach Vince Gibson. "He's the leader of our defense. "We couldn't let Harrison run. Oscar was assigned to Harrison, and he shut" Missouri Coach Dan Devine agreed. "He has good movement, and he's quick," Devine said. "He's a fine football player." Five other linemen were nominated, including sophomore defensive tackle Pat Ryan of Kansas, defensive tackle - Kevin Grady of Oklahoma, defensive end Joe Coyle of Oklahoma State, offensive guard Bill Kra-licek of Colorado and offensive end Guy Ingles of Nebraska. Huskers among 'the very best' AMES, Iowa (AP)-Iowa State Football Coach Johnny Majors says Nebraska will be the best team his Cyclones have faced thus far. "Nebraska is one of the best football teams in the country and worthy of its national rank ing," Majors told his players Monday He gave them the day off and presented a scouting report on the Comhuskers at a squad meeting. The Cyclones sustained no new Injuries in their 29-28 loss to Oklahoma last Saturday, "I attribute this to the attitude of our players and good con ditioning," said Majors. "Our game with Oklahoma had the hardest hitting of any game in three years. "We have got to' cut out Inter ceptions and work on our run- n n pame, these areas are real' ly hurting us. Our pass protec tion continues to be outstanding. Opponents have got to our quarterbacks only seven times in seven games and I can recall that we got dumped 36 times in a three-game stretch last sea son." L'nebacker Keith Schroeder and split end Otto Stowe were nameCbackjndJnemanjrf. the week, respectively, for the sec ond straight time for their play against the Sooners. - SPORT SHORTS DALLAS (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys are listing split end Bob Hayes as a probable starter for Sunday's National Football League game In New York against the New York Giants, although Hayes has been slowed by a groin Injury. He suffered the Injury in the Cowboys 21-17 victory over Philadelphia. ST. LOUIS (AP) Dave Sou-tar of Gilroy, Calif., lost his final game Monday night in the $50,000 Betlows-Valvar Open bowling tournament but nonetheless scored a two-pin triumph over the man who beat him, Nelson Burton Jr. of St Louis. . , Burton actually knocked down more pins than Sou tar, 9462-9389, but Sou tar earned more bonus points for victories in match games. Soutar won 11 and lost five games. Burton won nine, lost six and tied one. DENVER HAS A GIANT DENVER (AP) - At 7-feet-2, Rick Larson will be the tallest basketball player in University of Denver history. Larson is from Princeton, 111., and played 'at Trinidad, Colo., Junior Col- at Iowa Devaney we've had some of our toughest games over at Ames. We cant afford to take anybody lightly." As he prepares for Iowa State, Devaney has one big plus the Huskers "don't have any injuries that won't heal." Devaney said his club came out of last Saturday's 29-13 win over Colorado "with a few bumps and bruises'' but the Huskers have been fortunate all season in avoiding the crippling Injuries wh'ch have struck some other Big Eight teams. Devaney explained that the Buffaloes "did about what we expected" Saturday, with one exception. That exception was the installation of a double wing offense which used sprinter Clifford Branch as a tailback and he was effective, gaining 95 yards In only nine carries. in previous games, Branca had. been used almost exclu sively as a pass receiver. Devaney said the Buffs hurt the Husker defense "more than anv team we've played this year, including Southern California." . He said he thought the games two turning points came on con secutive plays early in the last quarter after Colorado naa scored to cut the Husker lead to 15-13. The first play was made when Colorado went for a two-point conversion in an attempt to tie the score, but Nebraska tackle Larry Jacobson tripped up Branch a yard from, the end zone. - . On the ensuing kickoff, Jeff Kinney returned the ball 79 yards to the Colorado 21 to set up the third Husker score and eive the game's momentum back to Nebraska. In the scouting report, Coach Bill Thornton said he thought Iowa State was the better team Saturday even though the Cyc lones lost to Oklahoma, 29-28. "They're a real scrappy club and they've improved greatly over the past few weeks, said Thornton. SE moves ..3 Creighton Prep and Bellevue were unanimously rated as the No. 1 and 2 high school football teams in the state by sports writers and sgortscasters in the weekly Top Ten poll of the Associated Pres. But 6therwise the Top Ten ladder was shaken as two teams were dropped from the list and Fremont slipped from third to sixth place. Fremont's slide was caused by a 19-13 defeat at the hands of Beatrice. Newcomers to the list this week are Scottsbluff and Lincoln East replacing Omaha Benson and North Platte. Scottsbluff captured ninth rank by topping the Platters 27-14 and Lincoln East had a tie. Benson lost to Omaha South, 13-0. Creighton Prep continued its undefeated ways with a 35-6 victory over Omaha Central and was given the maximum of 110 points ThlheTAP"poIlrBellevue rated second on each ballot and totaled 99 points after swamping Lincoln Northeast 3-7. Moving into Fremont's third spot was Lincoln Southeast, 14-7 winner over the only Class B squad on the list, Lincoln Pius X. Pius stayed in seventh place despite the loss. The AP Top Ten Team RecordPDlm 1. Creighton Prep 8-04 110 2. Bellevue 7-1-0 99 3. Lincoln Southeast 6-1-1 82 70 66 57 37 30 16 13 4. Omaha Ryan 5-1-2 5. Lincoln High 5-2-0 6. Fremont 6-1-1 7. Lincoln Pius X . 5-2-0 8. Grand Island 5-3-0 9. Scottsbluff 6-2-0 10. Lincoln East : 4-30 THEY LOVE GREYHOUNDS DENVER (AP) - Beginning in March and running to No vember four Colorado tracks give greyhound enthusiasts 264 nights of racing. The tracks are at Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo and near Loveland, with the Pueblo and Denver meetings running almost simultaneously. Products of the five-year-old free agent draft in the majors include National Leaguers John Bench, Tom Seaver, Ken Holtz-man, Bernie Car bo, Gary No lan, Larry Hisle, Bob Moose Ken Boswell, Nolan Ryan and Gary Gentry. trie Daily Sun, tMtrlot, Ntkr, Tutc Iva, Ny. 3, 1I7 3 Sunrise and sunset houzs hi hunting rouowing are sunrise and sunset times which are provid ed for Beatrice area hunters. Shooting hours listed are for this immediate area, and for each 13 miles west of Beatrice, add one minute; and for each 13 miles east, subtract a min ute. Date . Sunrise Nov. 4 7:00 Nov. 3 7:02 Nov. 6 7:03 . Nov.. 7 7:04 Sunset 5:20 5:19 5:18 5:17 "Back of week is Graham KANSAS CITY (AP) - Dick Graham, Oklahoma State's fabulous flanker, got a surprise Saturday in the Cowboys' 19-7 Big Eight football victory over Kansas. The Cowboys had the ball at the Kansas 47-yard line. It was third down and five, and Oklahoma State had a slim 12-7 lead. "I honed to get the five yards for a first down," Graham said. "Five yards was what I was thinking . ; . five yards, and then I saw it open. It was a surprise." . Graham shot through the opening and ran all of the 47 yards to the goal to sew up the victory. Earlier in the game, Graham had taken a screen pass and romped 58 yards for a touchdown. He carried seven times for 74 yards and had three pass receptions for 73 more. He ran 13 yards to the Kansas seven to set up a field goal. A panel of sports writers, on a split decision, thought Monday that Graham's performance was the best among Big Eight backs last week and for the second time this season named the Cowboy star the conference back of the week. Graham was selected for the same honor Sent, 28 for his role in the Cowpokes' upset over Houston. Joe Wylie, Oklahoma's sophomore running back, was the olayer .who kept Graham from being named unanimously. He scored three touchdowns in the Sooners' uphill 29-28 triumph over Iowa State. - Other nominees Included offensive halfback Mike Montgom ery of Kansas state, rural ng back John Riggins of Kansas, defensive halfback Henry Stuck- ey of Missouri, slotback Clllfford Branch of Colorado and quarterback Van Brownson of Nebras ka. Pro Basketball Associated Pre ABA East Division W.L. PctG.B. Virginia .. .800 .625 .600 .455' .400 Floridians 2 2 3H Kentucky , New ,York Pittsburgh 4 Carolina 0 ra west Division Utah 7 7 2 1 2 1.000 Indiana . Memphis .700 .286 .250 .222 .1 72 5 Texas ... Denver .. 42 6 NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division w: t- iirnrt v" New York .. 10 2 .833 - Phila'phia ..7 4.636 2 Boston -.50T Buffalo ,125 Central Mvkkm Baltimore 3 6 5 11 .667 .333 .286 .000 Cincinnati Atlanta .. Cleveland Western Conference Midwest Division Detroit ... 9 5 5 4 .900 .833 .625 .400 Milwaukee Chicago ... Phoenix ... Pacific Division Los Angeles Seattle ..... San Diego .. .571, -.500 11, .500 .444 .333 Portland ... 1 2 San Fran. .. Gene Wettstone has coached Penn State gymnasts to eight NCAA team championships and 14 eastern titles. He also has produced 22 NCAA individual champions and six Olympians. Yale'i Dave Brooks (83), on right, and Ear--yard's Steve Harrison (40), lower left, elude the final futile grasps and make it Into end wnes for Ivy League touchdowns. I s i ' 1 ... ...u.p in. -i-r.T.iiir.nrr-Miif,- TURKEY SHOOT AT GUN CLUB . The Beatrice Gun Club will hold a turkey shoot Wednesday night with the traps opening at 6:30 p.m. Shooters may participate any time from 6:30 on. They are also reminded that they will be permitted to shoot practice rounds in preperation for the quail and pheasant season. ..... SOUTHERN HI RESERVES WIN WYMORE The Southern High Reserves spanked Beatrice Sophomores Monday, 22-0. . Steve Mason scored two Sou-mem touchdowns and Scott Mason one. Steve Mason scored on runs of 6 and 3 yards, while Scott Mason's score came on a 20-yard dash. Steve Mason carried twice for 2-pointers after touchdowns. Via Quarters Southern ..8 0.6 Beatrice -0 0 0 8-22 0-0 Hawks Hudson moves to second NEW YORK (AP) - Lou Hudson of the Atlanta Hawks jumped from sixth to second place in the National uasKetDaii Association individual scoring race the official weekly NBA statistics showed today. Lew Al-cindor, of the Milwaukee Bucks, remained No. 1. Hudson scored 102 points in his last three games, including ;,"6J ta" 43 against Cleveland on Sunday ySSSSSi to boost his average to 29.4 per 2n a game. Aicinaors leading aver- age-is32.3 -Alcindor's-7IofJ23iield goals kept him at- the top of the best shooters from the field with an average of .626. Veteran Wilt Chamberlain of Los Angeles also remained the top rebounder with an average of 22.1 Dick Snyder of Seattle re placed Jack Marin of Baltimore as the best foul shooter. Snyder I . ah t . .a. naymaae ior a percent- age oi .SH9. marin aas m vi os for .917. FLen Wflkensnrf Seattle "contin ued the top assist leader with an average of 10.8. Jerry West of Angeies is swonu A 1 S - J . J. A T Casper heading PGA aolf takes NEW YORK (AP) - Billy Casper remained golfs No. money winner for the year and Lee Trevino retained his lead in the point race, based on tourna ment finishes, weekly statistics showed Monday. The figures from the PGA Tournament Players Division show Casper with winnings of $146,372 to $140,286 for runnerup Jack Nlcklaus. Trevino, who didn't play in the Sahara Open won by Babe Htskey, had his point lead shaved to one-half point by Bruce Crampton. Trevino has 1,336.1 points. Crampton 1,335.6. Hlskey's $20,000 first prize in the Sahara, increased his 1970 earnings to $26,625.70. ALL AROUND COACH AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo, (AP) Arne Arnesen has been varsity coach in three sports at the Air Force Academy. He was soccer coach for five seasons and now handles the track and cross-country 'teams. AS BENGALS FALL 21-10 Hanratty rescues By D. BYRON YAKE Associated Press Sports Writer PITTSBURGH (AP)-A frustrated Terry Bradshaw vows he won't play second fiddle to Terry Hanratty after this season. The golden "haired Pittsburgh Steeler rookie quarterback has not been the cure-all quar terback he was billed to be and now he admits he's pressing." " Pittsburgh defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 21-10 Monday night, but it was Hanratty, coming off the bench, who bailed out the Steelers in the fourth quarter. He threw a touchdown pass and led them to another score. "I'll never sit on the bench behind a second-yearman," Bradshaw said. "It's obvious Coach (Chuck) Noll will have to make a decision at the end of. the year. He's given me all the chance in the world but I haven't done anything. And if I'm going to be on the bench, I want to play behind a veteran so I can learn. "I really don't mind if I don't COLLEGE FB 'WASH' By HERSCHEL NISSENSON Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) Hanging out the college football wash: Maryland Coach Roy- Lester "If I'm not doing the proper job"l'nrwillingtO"relinquish the ob,he -said raftenMaryland suffered its seventh loss in eight games. "It's nc! the kids' fault; it's mine." This Saturday's Washington-Stanford telecast has been extended by ABC into nearly all of the East, with the exception of Pittsburgh," which will see Pur-due-Michigan State7TheEast originally was scheduled to receive the - Louisiana State-Alabama contest, which now will be shown in the Southeast and a small section of the Southwest. ABC also has announced three of its four Wild Card games for Nov. 14. As reported here last week, they are Ohio State-Purdue, Georgia-Auburn and Utah-Arizona State. Those copper bracelets, which are supposed to cure arthritis, among other things, also may be good for getting rid of losing streaks. After Syracuse dropped its first three starts, sports information director Larry Kimball donned a copper bracelet on his wrist and a chain around his neck. The Orangemen have won four in a row since. Fordham University will retire Vince Lombardi's old No. 40 prior to Saturday's homecoming game against Georgetown. The six surviving members of the Seven Blocks of Granite of the late 1930s will be on hand. ZIFPERS Repaired and Replaced Park Ftp whfle nhopping In CELL'S 514 E1U Beatrice .it (' start. But Terry's young and I'm young. . If the coach says he's No. 1, fine, then ship me out. I Just wouldn't be happy playing behind him." Bradshaw started the nationally televised game but Hanratty took over midway in the third quarter with the Steelers behind 10-7. For the night, Bradshaw, pro footballs No. 1 draft choice, completed only four of 12 passes for 40 yards. Hanratty was seven for 11 and 28 yards. "He looked unsettled," said Noll of Bradshaw. . "It's getting to me now" said Bradshaw. "I'm really unhappy with myself. I Just have to go and search myself. I need to sit oh the bench.; I definitely think Terry deserves to start." The thought of later attending a seminary also continued on Bradshaw's mind. Madison Garden wants next fight NEW YORK (AP) - Madison Square Garden has thrown its hat into the ring in an attempt to get the Muhammad Ali-Oscar Bonavena fight. "We're working on it, and we should know in 24 hours," Harry Markson, the garden's boxing director said Monday night. Several .-places, including arenas in Atlanta and Miami, have put their bids in for the Dec. 7 heavyweight fight. Ali, who beat Jerry Quarry a week ago in Atlanta, signed to oppose Bonavena for Chris Dun- deeraMlamtBeach promoter.-BurAltJs more interested in having the fight here," said Ter ry Brennan, the Garden match maker," and Dundee is willing to turn the contract over to ut for a fee." National Hockey League AMoclatM-P-ri Monday's Results No games scheduled" Tonight's Games -No games scheduled - "Wednesday's Games- Montreal at Minnesota Toronto at Los Angeles New York at California Detroit at Chicago Vancouver at Pittsburgh Only games scheduled BEATRICE DAILf BUS . Robm S. A Geurgt P. Marm S Co-Publittiert G. P. Marvin Pounder E M Marvin Publisher (19O8-10M) Member of associated press SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Bf Carrier boy Jl.B5per month. By mall 111 advance In Beatrice Trad Trrt. torv; one year I10.5: U monUii J5 75: three monUii 13 60; all other mall tlS.flfl one year. . Published dally except Sunday. New Year's Day. Memorial Day. Independence Day, Labor Day. Thanksgivlne and Chrlrtmaa. Second past Postage paid at Beat-lice. Nebraska. 6531Q ROOFING If it's roofing we do it 33 years experience. All wvk guaranteed. Free Estimates. Owned and operated by Cliff Brandt Crab Orchard. Xebr. Ph. 876-2351 Live Modern With.., L&M Plumbing 509 So. h Beatrice fhont 23S.2234 L It HUSKERS STILL 4 Irish move to second as OS skids to third By KEN RAPPOPORT Associated Press Sports Writer Six, five, four, three, two . . , Notre Dame is moving up. - One, two, three . . , Ohio State is moving out. But there's still room at the top for the Texas Longhorns. who remained No. 1 for the second week in the Associated Press' college football poll Mon day. : - - Notre Dame's crack Irish troops have marched about a place a week since September. supplanting Ohio State as the No. 2 team. The Buckeyes, who were the front-runners until bumped by Texas tWL weeks ago, retreated to third. The Fighting Irish's tall story aoesn t impress coach Ara Par-seghian, who insists it's a lone. long time from September to November. "It(the poll) has no effect on us now," he said. "We're more Interested in the polls in late November (at the end of the regular season). Notre Dame won its sixth in a row last Saturday by staggering helpless Navy 56-7, and Par-seghian was accused in some quarters of running up the score. But Navy Coach Rick Forzano wouldn't buy it. "It could have been much worse," said Forzano, "I talked to Ara after the game and told him I realized they could have put the ball in the air more, and that I appreciate that they Steelers "I feel called to do that kind of work. I also feel called to play football. I've always thought if I could make it big in this game, then it would help attract people to the other." Meanwhile, Hanratty was keeping silent. "Each to his own," he replied when asked about Bradshaw's remarks. - The victory was admittedly sweet for Hanratty but even as he savored the taste of success he would not comment on po-sibly starting. "Every quarterback wants to start," he said. "But I'll leave the decision up to the coach.',' Hanratty unleashed a 72-yard toudowOombmnthefourth quarter to tight end Dennis Hughes on a play which called for him to pass to receiver Dave Smith. But Smith was covered. Safety Kenny Graham had an arm on Hughes, but when he he caught the ball at the 25 Hughes got away. Hanratty then led the Steelers 75 yards in nine plays for an other touchdown in the fourth quarter. Warren Bankston scored from the one. 1 Neither the Bengals nor the Steelers sparkled in the first half. The Bengals scored on a one-yard pass in the second quarter from Virgil Carter to Eric Crabtree after Crabtree had caught a 29-yard pass, tak ing the ball to the one. But the Steelers took the Wck- off and droce for the tying score. Running back Dick Hoak heaved-a wobbly-underthrow pass from the 27 yard line on an option play and Hughes crabbed it at the five and scampered with the score. New and Used Auto Parts & Glass iSeatrice Iron & Metal Co. I We Buv Scran Iron Metal h3rt-A-Marker 223-5238 & Cars. Truck Tractors S&H Green Stamps Given On AD Gasoline Purchases. East Court 66 16th & Court ELECT 0 SUTTER County Attorney didn't. He didn't run the score up. He was as fair as fair can be." Sports writers and broadcasters around the country handed 20 first place votes to Texas for a total of 701 points, a fingertip 17-point lead over Notre Dame's 684. Ohio State had 617 In the toc-closfrfor-comfort race. Texas shut down quarterback Chuck ' Hixson's Magnificent Flying Machine fay beating Southern Methodist 42-15 over the weekend and Ohio State slapped Northwestern 24-10 Nebraska, Michigan and Stan-ford stayed 4-54 with impressive weekend victories, Arkansas and Tennessee each moved up a spot to seventh and eighth, Air Force slumped from seventh to ninth and Auburn rounded out the top ten. The Top Twenty teams, with first-place votes in parentheses and total points. Points tabulated on basis of 20-18-16-14-12-10-9-8 etc.: 1., Texasv(20) 2. Notre Dame (12) 3. Ohio State (5) 4. Nebraska -- 5. Michigan (2) 6. Stanford (1) 7. Arkansas 8. Tennessee - 9. Air Force 10. Aubum 11. Louisiana State - 12. Arizona State 13. Mississippi 701 684 617 506 476 418 315 282 279 241 232 1 120 67 26 21 13 11 10 9 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. San Diego State Toledo UCLA Dartmouth Houston Alabama v Syracuse QUARRY WANTS TO COUGH UP $1,000 FINE LOS ANGELES (AP) Jerry Quarry wants to get in good standing with the California , Athletic Commission by paying his $1,000 fine but the heavyweight boxer will have to have a hearing first. Quarry, from nearby BelUkm-er, told a news conference Monday that he has no retirement plans after his loss to Muhammad Ali Oct. 26 and will pay the fine to lift his home state suspension. 7 However, a hearing before the commission will be required before Quarry's suspension could be lifted, said Bob Voigt, chairman of the commission which next meets Nov. 20 in San Di-ego. : - Quarry ' was suspended " last spring in connection with a contract controversy in his bout against Mac Foster of Fresno, Calif. Quarry stopped Foster in New York. - The fine was assessed because Quarry fought a boxer who was under suspension in California. He was suspended again when he failed to pay the fine. WHY PAY MORE? . 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