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TEXAS TECH EYES TEXAS MORE WITNESSES TODAY mm iMFL investigation LSU after Notre Dame, Bucs facing Wolverines pllp Jt 1 MuM. No bowl at stake this time. use. Colorado at Air Force Will the Falcons suffer a letdown after (1) beating Stanford and (2) accepting a Sugar Bowl bid? Upset special of the week says Colorado. Oklahoma at Nebraska Corn-huskers are In the Orange Bowl, but need a win or tie to sew up the Big Eight title.

Nebraska. New Mexico at Arizona State This one's for the championship of the Western Athletic Conference. Lobos have come a long way but not this far. Arizona Yale at Harvard-It's the final game" for John Yovicsin, Harvard's winningest coach. No one likes to go out a loser, but Yale.

Stanford at California Rose Bowl tune-up. Stanford. Lehigh at Lafayette-The 106th episode of college football's most played series. The Sherman Act not only provides penalties for restraint of trade, but also restraint of services In the case of sports, the services of players. 1 Two members of the Browns', coaching staff offensive coach Nick Skorlch and defensive backfield coach Howard Brkiker said they were asked by the jury Tuesday about waiver and trade procedures In professional football and players' complaints about blackballing.

They said names were mentioned In the questioning but that they were names. Browns General Manager Harold Sauerbrel, the only other witness Tuesday, told newsmen "there was a general discussion of the overall operations of professional football, but it would be inappropriate if I would comment He did say, however, in answer to a question that the in- -vestigation "comes at a critical time in the season when we are fighting for our lives trying to win another division ship. "It Is an inconvenience for the coaches," he added, "but we are trying to cooperate in helping the Investigation." By rtERSCHEL NISSENSON Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)- Roll out the crystal balls, set up the oui-Ja boards, flip the proverbial coin. That's Uife kind of weekend It promises to be for college football forecasters as the season heads down the stretch with the top teams shooting for post-season bowl berths and conference championships. Can Michigan do It again to Ohio State? Can Louisiana State get revenge against Notre Dame, a team It's never played before? Can Texas Tech throw a monkey wrench into the predicted Texas-Arkansas Southwest Conference dogfight? Stay tuned.

Michigan at Ohio State Mrs. Anne Hayes of Columbus, Ohio, wrote a letter recently to a friend who lives on Michigan Boulevard in Chicago. Mrs. Hayes penciled on the envelope: "Ugh! Can't you change streets?" Last year, Mrs. Hayes recalled: our son finished high school, I told him, 'Steve, 178-pound (field dressed) buck deer around 7:15 a.m., yesterday mwning.

Jlnj shot the four-point buck with 9 30-30 rifle south of Be A FIRST OCCURRED Tuesday morning for 19-year-old Tim Young of 1201 Ashland St. He obtained his first deer hunting permit Saturday, and after drawing a blank opening day and Monday, he scored by downing a FRAZIER VS. FOSTER FOR CHAMPIONSHIP Heavyweight title go tonight Stetz Btatric Daily Sun, Beatrice, Wed. Eve, Nov. 18, 1970 3 Johnny Bench is named MVP By ED SCHUYLER JR.

"DETROIT (AP)- Joe Frazier, a king fighting for universal ac ceptance, and Bob Foster, a king who has turned his back on the class he rules, meet to night for the heavyweight cham pionship of the world. The scheduled 15-round fight is set for 10:30 p.m., EST, at Cobo Arena and will follow, as part of a closed-circuit television dou-bleheader, a scheduled 10-rounder betweenheavyweights George Foreman and Boone Kirkman in New York's Madison Square Garden. Although Frazier is the heavyweight champion and unbeaten in 25 pro bouts, he fights in the shadow of Muhammad All, also known as Cassius Clay. By CHARLES R. HORNICK CLEVELAND (AP) A special federal grand Jury was expected to hear from out-of-town witnesses today in the third day of Its Investigation Into affairs of the National Football League.

Except for Tom Fears, who recently was fired as coach of the New Orleans Saints, the jury has spent the first two days hearing testimony from representatives of the Cleveland Browns front office and coaching staff. The investigation Is being conducted under strict secrecy by the Cleveland office of the U.S. Justice Department's Antitrust Division, but it was reported that today's witnesses would include representatives of the St. Louis Cardinals and Bernie Par-rish, a former member of the Browns' defensive backfield. Parrish, now an official of the I Teamsters Union in St." Louis, and Walter Beach another former i Browns defensive back, claimed they were blackballed other NFL teams after be- Besides the history of a light heavyweight champion never winning the heavyweight title, Foster's record also is against him.

Three of his four losses in 45 fights have been to heavyweights. Foster points out that he was not properly conditioned for those fights and that a loss to Zora Folley in 1965 was his last defeat. Foster has scored 35 knockouts in his 41 victories including a four-round triumph over Dick Tiger that brought him the light heavy title in 1968. Scoring for the fight will be under the 10- point must system, with 10 points to the win ner of a round, nine or less to the loser and 10 each for an even round. The three-knockdown rule has been waived and a fighter on the floor at the bell must beat the count which will continue.

Griese is pro of the: week MIAMI (AP) Quarterback Bob Griese says his Miami Dol phin teammates "never lost con fidence in me," even though he had failed to produce a single touchdown in 11 dry quarters. Last -Sunday the heat was on for the 25-year-old Purdue and Griese became a rainmaker on the parched Orange Bowl plains. He shower ed the sky with lofty passes and engineered a green wave of Dolphin jerseys up and down the synthetic turf. -When the final gun sounded. the Dolphin fans, thirsting for victory after three consecutive losses, were riding high on a 21- 10 triumph over the New Or leans Saints.

For his performance, the blonde signal-caller was named the National Football League's Offensive Player of the Week by ine-Associated Press. "It's been a tough three weeksiGriese said Tuesday after being informed of the award. "But I never lost confidence in the team and I don't believe they lost confidence in me." ing released on waivers by the Browns. Beach, a student at Yale Law School, also Is ex pected to appear before the grand jury. witnesses have Indicated answer to newsmen's questions that the jury has concentrated on piayer-owner relations, it was learned Tuesday that the jury is looking for possible violations of the Sherman Antitrust Act.

Such violations could bring crknlnal Indictments. stresses defense Anelale1 Trm The Nebraska Cornhuskers practiced Tuesday on their defense for Oklahoma's wishbone- offense, and Coach' Bob Devaney said it was giving them trouble. "It's giving us some problems, because we haven't played anyone before who has used he said. Devaney praised the Sooners. Meanwhile at Oklahoma, Coach Chuck Fairbanks was having his troubles.

He said the Tuesday drills were ragged. Coach Dan Devine, plagued with key injuries all season, reported that defensive end Mike Bennett and fullback Mike Mc-Kee would not play against Kansas Saturday. Severe loss es, he called them. McKee twisted an ankle In Tuesday's practice and had to be helped from the field. Ben nett was hurt against Iowa State Saturday, and is out with a pulled hamstring.

At Kansasf Coach Pepper Rodgers said what worried him most about Missouri was their pass rush, and "a 6-foot-4, 255-pound fullback like James Harrison. He's the most physical guy in the league." Injuries also pestered Coach Floyd Gass at Oklahoma State, where safety Lee Stover and Gilbert Barnes turned up with sprained ankles. Gass said he wasn't sure they would be healed for Iowa State game. lowa Mate zipped through a hard-hittmg workout and the Kansas State Wildcats, smart ing from Saturday's walloping oy Nebraska, raced through a 90-minute drill in preparation. lor weir final game of the sea son at Florida State.

AIRMEN SHARE BACK HONORS By HERSCHEL NISSENSON Associated Press Sports Writer The space-program at the Air Force Academy is in full flight thanks to pilot (i.e., quarterback) Bob Parker and navigator (i.e., flanker) Ernie Jennings. The pair of R-footers teamed up for three touchdown passes Saturday to outshine Stanford and its heralded Heisman Trophy candidate Jim Plunkett as the Falcons made off with a 31-14 victory that put them in the Sugar Bowl. Parker, In his first year as a regular, completed 16 of 30 passes for 229 yards Jennings, a 9.6 sprinter, caught 13 for 174 yards. Those performances earned the senior battery joint honors as National College Backs of the Week from The Associated Press. Nebraska TOPS IN FOUR Huskers dominate stats in Big Eight atrlce.

(Sun So, if Frazier beats Foster he 1 is the 5-1 favorite it wffll be another step toward stamping out the shadow of Ali because it will bring closer to realization a Fra-zier-Ali fight. As for Foster, he has said no matter what happens in the Frazier fight he will not defend his light heavyweight championship again. Foster, who was expected to weigh from 185 to 190 pounds for tonight's fight, says he cannot make the light heavyweight limit of 175 any more. It also is possible for a fighter to make more money as a heavyweight contender or trial horse than as the light heavyweight champion. A crowd of about 15,000 which sas State with 18.5 and Colorado with 18.9..

Nebraska has given up only 1,319 yardsjn J92 attemptsjor an average of 131.9 yards per game. Missouri's yield is 144.6 yards and Kansas State's 161.6 yards. Kansas State Is setting the pace in passing offense. The Wildcats have completed 175 of 370 passes for 2,205 yards and an average of 220.5 yaras a game: Behind them are Nebraska with a 188-yard average and Oklahoma with 179.3. Colorado continues to lead in rushing offense.

The Buffs have collected 2,516 yards on 542 carries for a game average of 279.6 yards. Nebraska is second with 233.7 yards and Oklahoma third with 231.8. Kansas State also is out front in total defense, having given up 2,925 yards on 812 plays and a 292.5-yard game average. Nebraska's 300.4-yard average is second and Colorado's 308.6-yard average third. Iowa State has the best pass aeiense.

ine Cyclones have al lowed 97 completions on 206 passes for yards and a stingy 123.7-yard game average. Kansds State's opponents have averaged 130.9 yards and Okla- noma State.134.7 yards. BEATRICE Photo) would mean a gate of $300,000 is expected at the Cobo Arena to watch Foster try to become the first light heavyweight champion to win the heavy weight title. Seven previous light heavy kings tried unsuccessfully a total of nme times. The closed-circuit telecast will be seen in 110 locations, with a seating capacity of 500,000, in 91 cities in the United States and Canada.

The fights also will be beamed to 27 countries in Eu-rope7Africa7SouthAmerica, Central America, Asia and the South Pacific. Frazier has been guaranteed $150,000 against 40 per cent of all receipts. Foster wil get 22 per cent. No matter what Frazier makes on this fight it will be peanuts, compared to what he would get for fighting AK. That would be the most lucrative fight in history, with predictions of a $10 million gross.

If everything goes, right Frazier and Ali would probably fight February. Ali fights Os- car Bonavena in December and the U.S. Supreme Court isn't expected to act until at least March on an appeal of Aid's conviction-oLrefusing -Induction into the Army a conviction that carried with it a five-year prison sentence and led to his being stripped of the heavy weight title. Tonight's fight will offer a con trast in styles. Frazier, from Philadelphia, is a boring-in style of fighter who likes to work first on the body -and is extremely dangerous when he has his op ponent on the ropes or in a corner.

Foster, of Washington, is a standup boxer with a good left hook and a tremendous right hand. -The 26-year-old Frazier will outweight Foster by about 15 to 20 pounds, including his beard which he will not have to shave off, but the 31-year-old Foster at 6-feetN is 4 inches taller than Frazier and has an edge of 5'4 inches in reach. "I don't see where I can miss once I'm under his arms," says Frazier who usually fights at a height and reach disadvantage In his 25 victories, Frazier has scored 22 knockouts, including the one of Jimmy Ellis when he won the championship in his last fight in February. Y.M.CA Members I'll pack your bags and we'll send you to any college In the country except one. If you pick Michigan, I'll throw you out on the sidewalk i and your bags after you!" Mrs.

Hayes' husband Is Woody, the Ohio State coach, and Woody Is out for revenge after last year's 24-12 crusher. It says here that Ohio State's Rex Kern will return to his 1968-9 brilliance and the battle of the unbeatens will go to Ohio State. Louisiana State at Notre Dame Notre Dame's sudden desire to end a 45-year bowl ban cost LSU a post-season trip of Its own last season, but both teams will wind up in a bowl this year, with the Cotton Bowl rooting heavily for Notre Dame. Arkansas at Texas TechRed Raiders have a shot at the Southwest Conference title, one of the best-kept secrets of the year. If they beat Arkansas and Arkansas, in tum, beats Texas, that's it.

I've got a secret, too. Arkansas. Southern California vs. UCLA lot in winning the award, being named second on the other two cast. Besides his two firsts, Williams was placed second on 17 ballots.

He also had three third-place votes, one fourth and one fifth. After Perez in the voting came Bob Gibson, the fireball-ing St. Louis right-hander who previously was named the. Cy Young Award winner as the league's outstanding pitcher. He received 110 votes.

Wes Parker of the Los Angeles Dodgers was fifth with 91. Rounding out the top 10 were reliever Dave Giusti of Pittsburgh, Rose, outfielder Jim Hickman of Chicago, first baseman Willie McCovey of San Francisco and outfielder Rico Carty of Atlanta. McCovey was last year winner. OKLAHOMA PLANS TO USE 1 SOPHOMORES NORMAN, Okla. (AP)-Coach Chuck Fairbanks of the University of Oklahoma put his team through drills on pass defense and offense and the kicking game Tuesday as the Sooners prepared to meet bowl -bound Nebraska in "Lincoln on Saturday.

Fairbanks reported that sophomore Greg Pruitt was running at halfback In place of injured junior Everett Marshal. The Sooner ment6r said there will be sophomores among the starting 22 on Saturday. He described Tuesday's prac-tice as National Hockey League Prrsn Tuesday's Results Montreal 5, California 1 Minnesota 5, St. Louis 3 Detroit 5, Vancouver 2 Only games scheduled Today's Games Buffalo at Toronto at Minnesota -Only games scheduled Thursday's Games liwumu wuinicm a ni IffAnf tAnl rtHfonriatiladelphir St. Louis at Pittsburgh Only games scheduled' Tuesday's Fights COLOGNE, Germany-Juer-gen Blta, 195, Hamburg, knocked out Sylvester Dullaire, 180, Hartford, 8.

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lib Icatrka PheiM 231.2m Sunrise and sunset hours for hunting Following are sunrise and sunset times which are provided 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 minute. Date Sunrise Sunset Nov. 7:18 5:06 Nov. 20 7:19 5:05 Novr 21 7: 21- 5: 04 Nov.

8. 7:22 5:04 Nov. 23 7:23 5:03 nov. 24 7:24 5:03 Nov. 25 7:25 5:02 Nov.

26 7:26 5:02 Nov. 27 7:27 5:01 Nov. 28 7:28 5:01 Select Wehril for honor NEW YORK (AP) The Dallas Cowboys probed St. Louis' defensive secondary for a soft spot last Monday night and col-Udedead-onwitlilhard-nosed Roger Wehrli. When the dust settled, Wehrli had the Cowboys hogtied with their own rope and the Cardinals had their third straight National Football League shutout a feat last accomplished 35 yaers ago.

Wehrli, a quick young corner-back who helped the Cards demolish Dallas 38-0 by intercepting two passes and shackling Bullet Bob Hayes, was selected today by The Associated Press as the NFL's Defensive Player of the Week. Apparently marked as an early target for Dallas' bombs-away aerial game, the second-year pro from Missouri rose to the challenge by batting a first-quarter Craig Morton pass out of Hayes' clutches to prevent a touchdown, Hayes didn't catch a pass all night, but Wehrli came up with two big grabsa leaping- end zone Interception to blunt a Dallas drive just before halftime and another theft in the second half. AWAIT WORD ON KINNEY AND HARPER LINCOLN (AP)-University of Nebraska Football Coach Bob irmight be Thursday or Friday before it is decided if halfback Jeff Kinney and defensive end Willie Harper willJJiealedelLenoughLlo see action against Oklahoma in Lincoln on Saturday. Kinney and Harper, were injured last Saturday In the Husk-ers' victory over Kansas State on the Memorial Stadium artificial turf. Tuesday Devaney was running his defensive units through plays designed to contain the Sooners' offense from the wishtone-T formation.

He noted that will be the first time that his defenders will have to go up against such an attack. The Husker mentor Called the Oklahoma team a "cool and good team." He noted that last week, even when they were down 10 points to Kansas, "they didn't panic arid leave their game plan." The Sooners came back to win. ROOFING If It's roofing do It, 35 years experience. All work guaranteed. Free Estimates.

Owned and operated by Cliff Brandt Crab Orchard. Nebr. Ph. 876-2351 picked by AP. Amioclattd TreM -t Linebacker Eddie Stetz was in downtown Winston-Salem, N.C., buying a pair of slacks when word came Tuesday that he was chosen National College-Lineman of the Week by The Associated Press for his play in Wake Forest's 16-13 victory over North Carolina State last Saturday.

The information spread around the campus while the 5-foot-11, 195-pound junior from Johnstown, was replenishing his wardrobe. When he returned to the campus he passed by a group of students in the lounge of the administration building. They told him, but Stetz didn't believe them. "I thought they were kidding," he explained. From, there, he went to his dormitory and again he was told of his honor.

This time he believed. "I never 'dreamed this would happen to me," he beamed, add ing, "without those guys up front clearing the way it wouldn't have happened. They deserve the credit." An ample share of the credit belongs to Stetz, of whom Coach Cal Stoll said before the season, started, Stetz has the ability to come up with the big play." He came up with several as Wake Forest edged North Carolina State to remain tied with Duke for the lead in the Atlantic Coast Conference. WHY PAY MORE? Save 15 on all HOMELITE chain saws and space heaters through November 30 SPECIAL EZ Chain Saw with 16" bar $159.95 RAY'S REPAIR 1010 West Court 228-3102 Open Nights Till 11:00 Coupe i) Dsctricc By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) Johnny Bench' of the Cincinnati Reds, the 22-yeaf-old slugging king of the major leagues, added another crown today when he became the youngest player ever to win a Most Valuable Player Award. Bench, who led the majors in home runs with 45 and runs batted in with 148 while leading the Reds to the National League pennant, outdistanced a field that included two other strong Cincinnati candidates in the balloting by the Baseball Writers Association of America.

The young, strong catcher received 22 of the 24 first-place votes and a total of 326 points Billy Williams of the Chicago Cubs was second with the other two first-place votes and 218 points. Bench's slugging teammate, third baseman Tony Perez, finished third in the balloting with 149 points while another member of the Reds, outfielder Pete Rose, also cracked the top 10, finishing seventh with 54 points. Bench Is only the second player in the 40-year history of MVP balloting to win the award at the age of 22. Stan Musial was 22 when he won in 1943, but Mu-sial's birthday falls on Nov. 21 and Bench's on Dec.

7. Musial, however, still retains the honor of having won the MVP earlier in his career than any other player. He was only in his second season when he won the National League award. Bench just finished his third year with the Reds, Bench also Is the first catcher to win the award in the NL since Rov Campanella did it with th.e 1955 Brooklyn Dodgers and is the first Red to win since Frank Robinson, now with Baltimore, did it in 1951. Robinson, who helped theOr-loles defeat the Reds in the World Series, was in the top 10 in the American League MVP baJlptingwonearlierby first baseman Boog Powell of thTOr-ioles.

Bench appeared on every bal- New and Used Auto Parts Glass Beatrice, Iron Metal Co, Wo Buv Scrap iron Metal 3rd Market 223-5238 Cars. Trucks. Tractors ZIPPERS Repaired and Replaced Park Free while shopping in BELL'S 514 Ella Beatrice Green Stamps Given On AD Gasoline Purchases. East Court 65 16th Court I 1 Special Purchase! KANSAS CITY (AP) If there's still doubt about Nebraska's superiority over the rest of the Big Eight Conference," a glance at the statistics shows why the Cornhuskers are the class of the league. Nebraska, ranked third in the nation, is first in four Big Eight statistical departments and second in three others.

Only in pass defense is Nebraska far down me list, where the Cornhuskers are seventh Nebraska leads in total offense, scoring defense and rushing defense. In total offense, Nebraska has had 806 plays and gained 4,217 yards for a game average of 421.7 yards. Colorado is second with a 394.9-yard average and Missouri third with 367, The Cornhuskers have aver aged 38.1 points a game as compared with 28.6 points for Colorado and 25.3 points for Kansas. Nebraska's defense has yielded an average of only 15.6 points a game, followed by Kan- Condois falter, Floridians win Amclatrd Prn Pittsburgh couldn't give away a full house at the box office but on the court the Condors managed to give away a game and fourth place hi the American Basketball Association's Eastern Division. TheCoiidois, Imping to pack-the Civic Arena for Tuesday night's game against the Floridians, gave away 11,000 tickets.

Nevertheless only 8,074 fans showed up. They saw the Condors give the visitors a 21-point lead by the middle of the second period. Led by the 40point performance of Mack Calvin, the lelague's leading scorer, the Floridians cruised to a 122-116 victory. Pittsburgh, paced by John Brisker's 30 points, fell into fifth place, one-half game back of the Floridians. In other ABA games Memphis shelled Virginia 119-103 and Indiana stunned Utah 125-122 in overtime.

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