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LATE SPURT BEATS Orangemen collar Huskies By AL RIDDINGTON Sports Editor, Dally Sun In the season opener here Saturday night the Beatrice Orangemen broke up a nip-and- iuck an air in tne late stages of the third quarter and went on to collar the Huskies of Omaha Northwest, 53-39. Dick Koch's Huskies earned three stalemates early In the third quarter, and just above the 5:00 mark had sneaked ahead. 31-29. . But Neil Nonnen's Orangemen started pulling away in the final 1:50 of the third, and launched the final 'period with a seven- point edge. In the fourth the Orangemen started running their control of- je?ie and steadily pulled away The offensive move, by Beatrice didn't help the Omahan's game plan and the Huskies didn't get their hands on the ball much in the fourth quarter. In fact, Northwest went scoreless the first five minutes and finally finished the quarter with a lon two-pointer and three charity tosses for only five points. , The Orangemen took but 10 pokes from the field in the fourth and hit four. Center Tom Moore got the game's initial tip at center and Paul Cramer hit to put the , Orange and Black on the board ; first. Although Beatrice earned early leads, Mike Scanlon put the Huskies on top at. 9-7 for one of two Northwest leads all evening. i Bill Armstrong and Moore teamed up, and with Bill Roach hitting a couple of charity tosses, the Orangemen earned a 17-13 gap to open the second quarter. ' Twice in the second period the Huskies earned ties, and again in the late seconds pulled even at 25-25. With only three seconds left before intermission, 6-3 Jeff Loper calmly potted two gift shots as Beatrice took a skimpy 27-25 gap at intermission. "At the start of the third, Mark woita who had snapped a 23 23 stalemate late in the second, Filley races to win VERDON - The Filley Wildcats piled up an early lead Saturday night and went on to launch the 1971-72 roundball campaign with an 86-48 win over Dawson-Verdon. ' . The Cats got off to a 12-point margin after the first eight minutes, and at intermission held a 45-22 advantage. -Gerald Ideus was the top gunner for the Cats with 21 points, and 6-5 Rog Thompson followed with 15. " Others tossing in points for Filley were: Merlyn Thonpson 12, Bob Wallman 13, Alan Jurgens 9. Kent Brittain 7, . Johnny Meints 6, and David febbert 3. Filley came within three of scoring as many points in the first half as Dawson-Verdon mustered all evening. The Wildcats now prepare for Friday night when they entertain .the visiting Tigers of Lewiston. The latter dropped the season opener, Friday to Adams, 82-39. 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Scanlon and Selvera whittled out a 31-29 Northwest edge, the last of the game, as Cramer hit a 10-footer for a 31-stalemate. Then, - Woita and Moore moved the Orangemen ahead for keeps. The Huskies sneaked to within a point of a the, and this time it was Roach and Armstrong who moved N a n n e n ' s Orangemen to a wider advantage. As the buzzer sounded to end the third period, Roach sent through a dandy for a 4144 Beatrice lead, the largest of the night at that stage of the game. With just over 1:30 gone in the fourth, Roach made a steal to move the Orangemen nine points ahead. At 4:37 Roach hit a charity - toss, and Woita followed with a 15-footer and it was a 12-point gap. Armstrong got the next point, a toss at the line, and with 2:40 left in the game his timely rebound of a missed teammate's shot, resulted in two points. Roach and Moore then rounded out the BHS scoring. With 3:00 left in the game, Jensen's free throw was the first Omaha point of the fourth period. The only field goal of the fourth came on a hit by Selvera with just over two minutes left. Roach, 5-7 junior letterman, was the main play-maker and ball handler for the Orangemen, although Woita a 64) senior proved to be a stable ball hafdler with poise. 4c was Roach who topped all scorers with 19 points, and he HOOK SHOT BY MOERER WINS FOR J.B. JOHNSON A clutch shot in the final seconds Saturday night salvaged a 67-65 victory for Johnson-Brock Eagles over the. Wolverines of Wilber-(Monia. Veteran Brent Moerer sent through a hook shot for the victory with the clock down to the final two seconds. Wilber-Clatonia had rallied in the closing minute for a stalemate, after a nip-and-tuck first three quarters. After a stalemate to start the second-" period, the Eagles sneaked ahead at intermission, 32-30, and widened the gap to seven to 6tart the fourth before Gary Damkroger and his Wolverine mates put on their last drive. Moerer's winning shot pulled him within three points of brother Craig who captured honors at 17. B. Moerer, Steve Lunzmann, and Terry Stutheit each contributed 14 points, while Keith Tugh chipped in 6. Damkroger's 20 paced the Wolverines. Gene Samples added 16, and Russ Schuerman 11. Johnson-Brock has shot into a quick 2-0 record, the other win being over Nemaha Valley Friday night at 90-47. wuoer-Clatonia is now 1-1. Via Quarters John-Brock .. 12 20 22 Wil.-Clatonla 12 18 17 13-67 18-65 Nebraska ROTC rifle team second MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) - The ' University of Nebraska ROTC small-bore rifle team finished in second place behind the University of Houston Saturday in the ROTC division of the Kansas State University Collegiate International smallbore Rifle tournament. Houston scored 2,202 points while Nebraska finished with 2,032. - College Wrestling Astnrlntrd Press ' Eight-State Tournament at McComb, 111. Western Illinois 89, Wayne 63'$, Eastern Michigan 57 ' and jrELNO .STATE. Z1P sat out part of the second period when he picked up his third personal. Hard working all-state foot-boiler Armstrong, tossed in 11. Both Woita and Moore finished with 8. Cramer had 5. Defensively around the boards, it was Moore, and Armstrong. Senior Armstrong made sweeps, Junior Moore 8. Dyas, 6-3 junior, led the Huskies in sweeps. Both Cramer and Woita turned in some dandy ball feeding to teammates, and in the third quarter with the score knotted at 29-aii, Cramer blocked a sure shot on a one-on-one race down court. From the field, Beatrice hit 22 of 53 pokes for a 41.5 figure. More had 6 tries and hit 4 (66.7), while Armstrong was 5-for-10 (50.0). Roach hit at a 46.7 clip, Woita 44.4. and Cramer 22.2. The Huskies hit at an even 30.0 figure. Selvera got off 16 shots and hit 6 (37.5). As expected, turnovers were numerous and it was evident the officials were "rusty" at times. BHS had 1-2 turnovers, and Northwest committed 16. Next action for the Orangemen will be against Class B power Fairbury, Friday night, Dec. 10 in City Auditorium at 8 p.m. Moe Gardner's Beatrice Junior Varsity got off on the right foot as his young Orangemen stopped the Huskie Reserves. 60-53, in the curtain raiser. Charlie Weber Bill Clark, and Dan Klaus led the Orangemen to a 16-11 margin by the end of the first quarter. The trio, TAKE A MIRACLE FOR SOONERS, MICHIGAN TO GET CROWN Looks like Nebraska, Alabama for title By HERSCHEL NISSENSON Associate Press Sports Writer Nebraska's 45-3 victory over Hawaii Saturday night virtually assured that the Cornhuskers and Alabama will be singing a national championship title song in the Orange Bowl on New Year's Night and left Michigan humming a not-so- jaunty arrangement of California, Here I Come. Do the unbeaten but fourth- ranked Wolverines have much of a shot at the No. 1 ranking, even if they trounce Stanford in the Rose Bowl? Coach Bo S c he m bee hie r says their chances are "not very good." "We've accomplished all our goals in winning the Big Ten Prep cage scores Associated Fress York 64, St. Paul 39 Falls City Sacred Heart Humboldt 38 Coleridge 62, Allen 52 50, Medicine Valley 69, Wauneta 53 Omaha Cathedral 71, Elkhorn 54 Grand Island Central Catholic 60, David City Aquinas 45 Beatrice 53, Omaha Northwest 39 Johnson-Brock 67, Wilber-Cla tonia 65 Columbus 62, North Platte 60 Valentine 67, Atkinson West Hol t 62 O'Neill St. Mary 48,Bassett 44 Tecumseh 70, Nebraska City Lourdes 53 Eartington Cedar Catholic 80, Plainview 24 Ponc'a 76, Winside 50 ' Elkhorn Valley 51, Elgin Pope John 48 Norfolk Catholic 74, Spencer 58 - Elkhorn Mt. Michael 45, West Point 38 Palmer 71, Marquette 69 (ot) Hordville 67, McCool 54 Hampton 92, Rising City 33 Stromsburg 73, Humphrey St. Francis 58 Albion 68, Fullerton 41 Litchfield 74, Kearney Catho lic 50 Loup City. 75, Lexington 68 Grand Island Northwest 56. Gothenburg 39 Millard 75, Grand Island 57 Blue Hill 74, Wood River 68 Cambridge 48, Benkeiman 46 (ot) Ansley 68, Callaway 48 Burwell 60, Sargent 57 Filley 86, Dawson-Verdon 48 Lincoln ' Northeast 63, Kearney 46 Omaha Gross 52, Omaha Bryan 49 Pawnee City 76, Tri County 70 (ot) Sioux City, Iowa. Heelan 65, South Sioux xCity 52 Gretna 53, Valley 52 Omaha Rummel 53, Papillion 35 Omaha Westside 52, Lincoln High 45 Waterloo 61, Brownell-Taibot 43 Nebraska Deaf 68, Kansas Deaf 62 Tecumseh 70, Nebraska City Lourdes 53 although getting help from Ron Gartner, ignited a .15-point second quarter, but it wasn't enough. . Free throws helped the N'W Junior Varsity, and by intermission the visitors had climbed on top at 32-31. A very odd situation occurred, five technicals were called on BHS when Coach Gardner's five cagers forgot to report in, and N'W got five charity tosses. A last half flurry, led by Paul Fox, Weber, Clark, and Jeff Koenig saw Beatrice out-score the visitors, 29-18, for the victory. Here's how the scoring went for the Beatrice JV: Clark 16, Weber 15, Koenig 10, Klaus 10, Fox 7, and Gartner 2. Others seeing action included: Jim Payne. Mike Morrow, and Steve Philippi. Following is the box score on the varsity game: Beatrice 53 fg ft tp Woita 4-9 0-0 8 Cramer 2-9 1-2 5 Moore 4-6 0-1 8 Armstrong 5-10 1-2 11 Roach 7-15 5-5 19 Johnson 0-2 0-0 0 Loper 0-2 2-2 2 Totals 22-53 9-12 53 Omaha N'W 39 fg ft tp Scanlon 4-9 0-0 8 Stahlecker 1-5 0-0 2 Dyas 1-8 3-6 9 Selvera 6-16 0-2 12 Coper 0-4 0-0 0 Gearhart 0-0 1-2 1 Jensen 0-3 3-4 3 Jacobson 3-5 2-2 8 Klug 0-0 0-0 0 Totals 15-50 9-16 39 VIA QUARTERS Beatrice 17 10 14 12-53 Omaha N'W 13 12 9 5-39 championship," Schembechler says. "We'd like to win the national championship, but I don't think we can. Even if Nebraska and Alabama tied in the Orange Bowl I doubt we'd get it." Besides the undeniable fact that 12-0 Nebraska is ranked first and 11-0 Alabama No. 2, there is another team once beaten Oklahoma just ahead of Michigan. The third-ranked Sooners did nothing to diminish their sjtat-ure with a 58-14 walloping of Oklahoma State as the regular college football campaign came to a close. Penn State wasn't so lucky. The fifth-ranked Nittany Lions, bound for the Cotton Bowl and a date with Texas, suffered a 31-11 humiliation aLthe hands of 12th-ranked Tennessee. Elsewhere, Svracuse turned back Miami, Fla. 14-0 and San Diego Prep bands to play during 0B SIDNEY, Neb. (AP)-Three high school bands will accompany the Nebraska Cornhuskers to Miami for the Orange Bowl football game with . Alabama January 1. They are Sidney, Aurora and York. The University of Ne braska marching band will make appearances in Miami. The 105 Sidney band members, 2 sponsors, including a nurse and doctor, will fly to Miami Dec. 30. Expense of the trip is estimated at $32,000. Each student earned his way through an assortment of jobs during the year. By gambling that Nebraska would get an Or ange Bowl bid, the Red Ra:ders also got an invitation to march in the Jan.2 parade at the new Disney World near Orlando. Omaha Knights climb into 3rd OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - The Omaha Knights swept two games over the week-end to move into a third place tie with Oklahoma City in the Central Hockey League standings. The Knights defeated Tulsa 4- 3 Saturday night as defenseman Steve Durbano scored one goal and added two assists. Sunday night Jerry Butler's goal with 3:55 left gave Omaha 5-4 victory over Oklahoma City. Omaha has now won three straight. Pro Hockey Standings Associated Trean NHL East Division W L TPtsGF GA N York 17 4 4 38 118 60 Boston' 17 5 2 36 97 55 Mont. 15 3 6 36 95 52 Toron. 9 8 8 26 69 74 Detroit 8 14 5 21 69 89 Vane. ' 7 16 4 13 63 93 Buff. 6 16 5 17 73 105 West Division Minn. 18 5 3 39 76 42 Cltf 17 7 2 36 84 46 Pitts. 10 15 2 22 74 80 S. Louis 9 13 4 22 71 84 Calif. 9 16 3 21 84 117 Phila. 8 12 5 21 54 72 L. Ang. 5 21 1 11 53 113, jN York Btatrlco Dally Sun, Beatrko, NEEDS DISNEY WIN Nicklaus nears golfs money lead ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) Pro golf's prestigious leading mon ey winning spot was scheduled to be settled today one week early with Jack Nicklaus holding the Inside track on Lee Tre-vino and Arnold Palmer. "I'm leading the tournament going into the final round," Nicklaus said. "If I win, I'm going to be the leading money winner. If I don't win from this position, I don't deserve to be the leading money winner." This was the situation today heading into the final round of the rain-delayed Walt Disney World Open Golf Tournament: Trevino already has set a single-season money winning record with $229,777. But he hasn't been a factor in this tournament and is well back in the field at 213. Nicklaus is second in money with $214,491, but leads the tournament which offers a $30,000 first prize from a $150,-000 total purse by a single' stroke at 205. Palmer, who at one time shared the third-round lead, has $200,741 earnings and must win the tournament to have a chance at the money title. He's three strokes back at 208. There's one more tournament on the schedule, next week's Bahama Islands Open. But all State gunned down North Texas State 42-28, Schembechler made another pitch for a national championship playoff, but admitted it wasn't very likely, "Unless there's some sort of playoff," he said, "there's no way to determine who's No. 1, but we'd have to have a nine- game schedule even with a four-or eight-team playoff. The 11th regular season game eliminated the playoff idea." Jerrx Tagge, the second team All-America quarterback, sparked Nebraska's rout of Hawaii. He fired touchdown passes of 80 yards to Jerry List, 32 yards to Johnny Rod-gers and 17 to Frosty Anderson and scored himself on a 12-yard run. Mike Junck' to Canadian league SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) -An honorable mention All-American at Morningside College in 1969, Mike Junck, disclosed Sunday he has signed a professional football contract with the Saskatchewan Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League. The team is located in Re-gina, Saskatchewan. Junck finished fifth in the nation in total offense in 1969 but has been bothered by injuries the last two years. He suffered a knee injury in his fourth game this year. Junck will report to the Rough Riders in June. He signed a one-year contract for an undisclosed bonus. NORRIS HIGH 57-42 VICTIM . NEBRASKA CITY - After tossing in 42 points to capture the season opener Friday night, Norris Titans duplicated their point total Saturday, but fell short as Nebraska City Pioneers won, 57-42. Rog Meyer tossed in 14 for Norris, and Mark Lidolph followed with 12. Rick Huls aded 10. Citians bag QZ victory PAWNEE CITY - The Tri County Trojans were denied two wins in a row Saturday night, out it tooK an overtime period before Pawnee City won, 76-70. The visiting Trojans led by two baskets with 44 seconds remaining in regulation time when Pawnee City earned a 65-65 stalemate. In the overtime the Citians outscored Tri County, 11-5, ds PC won its first game in two starts. The night before Pawnee City fell before Auburn, 56-44, while Tri County was stopping Odell. 64-51. Ralph Kath. only Tri County letterman tossed in 19 points, followed by Bob Schwan's 18, For Pawnee City, Sean Mcln- tyre collected 20, and Steve Glenn 19. Via Quarters Pawnee City 13 23 16 13 (ll)-76 Tri County 16 20 14 IS ( 5)-70 Nbr., Man., Evo., Dot. 6, 1971 3 three contenders let the Sunday afternoon deadline slip by with out making an entry. None will play. "I'm tired, mentally tired, and I want to rest up for next year," said Trevino. "I'd like to win the money title, but I've played enough this year," the 42-year-old Palmer said. Nicklaus managed a two-un-der-par 70 in the third round Sunday to take sole control of the top spot in the tournament just one stroke over Bert Yancey, who also had a 70 for 206. At one time or another Nicklaus, Yancey, Palmer, Frank Beard and Terry Dill all led or shared the lead. But Yancey double bogeyed the ninth when he gambled in the rough. Beard double bogeyed the 17th. Palmer left it in a trap and took a double bogey on the 16th. Dill finished double bogey-par-triple bogey, the seven on the finishing hole after two trips into the woods. That let rookie Lanny Wad-kins, with a 69, and Dean Be-man, 66, move into a tie for third at 207, two strokes back. Palmer and Beard, each with a 71, were tied at 208 with Lou Graham and Dwight Nevil. Dili went to a 75 for 210, well back. Meanwhile, Nebraska's Black Shirts, ther ock-ribbed defensive unit, held the Rainbows to 47 yards on 41 rushes. Jack Mildren scored two touchdowns and passed for a third and Ail-American Greg Pruitt raced for 189 yards and two scores as Oklahoma's fearsome Wishbone attack chewed up Oklahoma State 'or 696 yards, 584 on the ground. Tennessee's heralded defense was the key to the Vols' rout of Penn State. First, Conrad Graham grabbed a fumble in midair late in the opening period and raced 76 yards to start the scoring. David Allen's 15-yard interception return to the Penn State 15 set up Bill Rudder's one-yard plunge, Bobby Majors returned a punt 44 yards for a third touchdown - and Jackie Walker raced 43 yards with an interception. "We got the heck kicked out of us by a good defensive team," said Penn State's Joe Paterno. "It was a case of too many mistakes (four interceptions and two fumbles). Their defense made the big Westside second in Omaha tourney OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Council Bluffs Iowa. Lewis Central High School won- the Omaha North.' Invitational Wrestling Tournament Saturday night by beating powerful Omaha West-side 87 to 80." Five of Coach Richard Tan-naliill's players, gained the fi? nals and four earned titles in the 25th annual season-opening mat carnival. The class B title went to Schuyler with 94- points, with Valentine the runnerup at 88 points. Charles Sahs of Schuyler was named the outstanding wrestler in Class B after earning the 132-pound championship for his third straight North title. Randy Lecuona of Omaha Benson was named the outstanding wrestler in Class A after the 145-pounder claimed the only repeat title in the big school of division. NATIONAL RODEO FINALS OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - A North Platte, Neb., girl, Barbi Scott, was well back In the standings at the conclusion of the second go-round at the National Finals Rodeo here Sunday. She had a 17.74 seconds, which left her in ninth in the section but sixth in the average with 35.04 seconds. Jerome Robinson, Brandon, Neb., qualified in the bulk riding Sunday with a 61-point ef fort. However the score was out of the money. Ron's Carpet Installation Buy your carpet and have it installed for less. - Free Estimates -228-2792 or 223-4796 NOW 12-0 FOR ALABAMA CLASH Fifty Huskers take part in 45-3 victory over Rainbows By BOB BARR Associated Press Writer HONOLULU (AP) - The goal for the Nebraska Corn-huskers was simple: win big to provide momentum for the Orange Bowl, Nebraska won big, too, as they rolled over Hawaii 45-3 Saturday to keep their unbeaten string intact at 31. "It was a tough ball game, but we are happy with everything," said Husker Coach Bob Devaney. "I don't like to use the word perfect, because they're not. But this Nebraska team just doesn't make mistake es that can hurt It." Nebraska lacked the intensity that won the game with Oklahoma, but as sophomore fullback Maury Damkroeger explained, "We knew we didn't have to bear down to beat Hawaii." Steady Nebraska quarterback Jerry. Tagge provided the offensive spark, running 12 yards for a touchdown and passing 17, 32 and 80 yards for three more. Nebraska players said they wanted to win the Hawaii game strong to insure that they will be number one heading into the Orange Bowl. "I think winning 45-3 while playing 50 kids should keep us up there," said Nebraska linebacker coach John Melton. While Hawaii never threatened an upset, the Rainbows dented the Nebraska defense for 204 passing yards, more than any' Husker opponent this year. "This game did us lot of play as it has all year. They beat us like they beat everyone else but they beat ius worse. Their defense is alert and they play with great enthusiasm." There were a batch of small college games. Bethany of Kansas shaded Missouri Valley 17-14 in the Mineral Water Bowl at Excelsior Springs, Mo.; Jackson State whipped Alabama A&M 40-21 in the Azalea Classic at Mobile, Ala., and Cal Lutheran won the NAI ADivi-sion II crown 30-14 from Westminster, Pa. In the El Toro Bowl at Yuma, Ariz., Arizona Western downed Ellsworth J.C. 20-12; Northwestern Oklahoma A&M trimmed Wilbur Wright 32-7 in the Green Country Shrine Bowl at Tahlequah, Okla.; Dakota State won the Boot Hill Bowl at Dodge City Kan., from Northwestern Oklahoma 23-20 and the East beat the West 19-10 in the National Black All-Star Classic at Houston. The list of major head coaching vacancies rose to four when Roy Lester was dropped by Maryland after a 2-9 season (7-25 in three years) and veteran Murray Warmata resigned, at Minnesota to become assistant athletic director for special projects. The Gophers had a 4-7 record, . dropping Warmath's .mark for 20 years as a head coach to 97-84-10. Bombers rally for 99-87 win FAIRBURY The Bombers notched their fifth victory of the roundball season Saturday night as Fairbury JC turned back Platte College of Coiumbus 99-87. ' Gary Bargman's Bombers are now 5-1 as they prepare for a trip to York Jaycee on Tuesday night. The lone loss thus far was to Nebraska Western in the finals of the McCook Tournament. Saturday night the Bombers got a, combined 53-point production from Cornell Jones and Sterling Symonette with Jones getting the honors due to 27 points. Steve Moslander, former Beatrice High Orangeman, followed with 13. Other Bombers and points contributed toward the win were: Mike Lanham 10, Jesse Reams 8, Fred Moore 8, and Gene Parks 7. Scoring Fairbury 43 56-99 Platte College 50 37-87 Mufflers and Tail Pipes Installed Green Stamps Gage Co. Oil Co. 16th & Court good," Melton said. "We play a pretty good team under the lights." "We will be at our best against Alabama," said All American middle guard Rich Glover, who said the Huskers were "a little flat" against Hawaii. "We've proven ourselves all year," said I-back Gary Dixon. "Now we have to do it one more time." Devaney has given the team a break from practice until Dec. 15. Reserve quarterback Van Brown son suffered the only Nebraska Injury, a pulled hamstring muscle In his right leg, but is expected to be ready for the Orange Bowl. Quarterbick Tagge fired touchdown passes of 80, 32 and 17 yards and ran 12 yards for another score as top-ranked Nebraska crushed Hawaii 45-3 in a contest which concluded the regular college football season Saturday. The triumph raised the Corn-huskers' record to 12-0 and extended their undefeated streak to 31 games. Nebraska, Big Eight Conference champion, meets No. 2 Alabama New Year's night in the Orange Bowl. The heavily favored Corn-huskers struck for a 32-yard field goal and a touchdown midway through the first period. Hawaii's solo score was a 29-yard field goal by Henry Savio in the second quarter. Tagge's 80-yard bomb to tight end Jerry List was the longest Sunrise, sunset shooting hours for local nimiods Each day the Dally Sun wil publish Nebraska shooting hours for hunters of the area. Shooting hours for snipe and rail are sunrise to sunseL QuaiJ hours are one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour before sunset The following table Is for the Beatrice area. For each 13 miles east substract a minute, and for each 13 miles west add a minute. Date Sunrise Sunset Dec. 7 7:37 4:59 Dec. 8 7:38 4:59 Dec. 9 7:39 4:59 Dec. 10 7:40 4:59 Sterling roars past Elmwood STERLING - Five Jets hit the double figures here Saturday night as Sterling sidetracked Elmwood, 74-61. The night before Larry Rathe's Jets disposed of Stella SE, 69-46, for an early 2-0 mark on the infant season. Les Agena, 6-5 junior, again led the parade of scoring with 17 points, followed closely by 16 from Arlo Wusk. Wusk and Agena shave each tossed in 37 points in the first two starts. Lowry Engstrom and Randy Agena each added 14 against Elmwood, and Dana Haynes contributed a dozen points. After a two-point edge at the end of the first eight minutes, the Jets sketched their lead to 42-31 at intermission. To start the fourth quarter, Sterling led by 15. Friday night of this week Coach Rathe takes his Jets to Odell, and the next Right finds Sterling at Filley. Left Tradt GUNS BEDLANS SPORT GOODS Fairbury, Nebr. Free 5 Canned Ham with the purchase of any Homelite chain saw, Snowblowers, space heaters or lawn mowers, and garden tractors -A.M.F. 4awn mowers, garden tillers or riding tractors. We have a large selection of all gas powered equipment in stock. Eat ham for Christmas dinner compliments of Ray's Repair Offer expires Dec. 23, 1971 1010 W. Court 228-3102 Open nites scoring pass of the year for Nebraska. Nebraska systematically ripped at the Hawaii defense as Tagge's 32-yard aerial raised the score to 31-3. Reserve quar-terback Van Brownson then scored 'on a 22-yard run and Tagge's 17-yarder to Frosty Anderson closed out the scoring in the final quarter. Wichita knocks off Nebraska LINCOLN, Neb! (AP) - Nebraska lost its second basketball game in three starts Saturday night as the Shockers of Wichita State hit eight straight points late in the game to break a tight score and defeat the Huskers 7461. The game was close as Nebraska held a 33-32 halftime advantage but Wichita State went ahead to stay at 12:42 on a shot by Rick Kreher to make the score 46-44. With Wichita State ahead 58-57, Ron Harris got two of his game-leading 19 points on a jumper and Virgil Tucker's three-point play put the visitors well in front. 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