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ROACH IS ALL-TOURNEY Beatrice is fifth By AL RIDDINGTON Sports Editor, Dally Sun PAPILLION - Beatrice put together one of Its best efforts thus far this season Wednesday night and the Orangemen thumped Ralston Rams, 74-62, for fifth place in the Apollo Conference Tournament. Columbus knocked off Papilllon for the championship, 65-58; and Norfolk beat Millard 6m for third place. . 4 BUI Roach,. 5-7 Beatrice junior, was named to the all-tournament team. Others named to the all-toumey team were: Frank Brower, 6-4, Columbus; Randy Benlsh 6-1, Norfolk; Mike Heck, 7-0, Papillion; and Ray Rogers', 5-10, Raflston. Against the Rams, balanced KOfing by Tom Moore, Mark Woita and Roach ignited Neil Nannen's Orangemen to a 7-point first quarter lead. With Doug Johnson teaming up with Bill Armstrong the Orangemen raced to a 41-potot first half Alabama Blacks like Bryant, team By WILL GRIMSLEY MIAMI (AP) - To be a black man in a white man's world such as the Alabama football team in the heart of the Deep South isn't exactly ah inviting situation, but John Mitchell and Wilbur Jackson wouldn't trade It fof anything. "I was a little uneasy at first, but everything turned out fine I have no regrets," said Mitchell, a 6 -foot-3, 230 pound junior college transfer from Mobile, who turned down bids from Southern California and Texas to ' play in his native state. - "Me, too," chimed in Jackson, a willowy 6-1, 187-pound sophomore halfback from the little Alabama town of Ozark. "They treat me great I wouldn't want to play anywhere else." Mitchell Is a starter on defense and Jackson is a speedy reserve on the unbeaten, No. 2 ranked Crimson Tide which challenges Nebraska's 31-game unbeaten streak and national . collegiate football title in the Orange Bowl here Saturday night They're the first Macks ever to play for the Tuscaloosa, ; Ala., university where campus ; integration created a crisis r back In the early 1960s. . Mitchell, son of a civil engineer, is something of a symbol. He is Alabama's football Jackie : Robinson. His coming to Ala bama was a unique story in it-'self. ; When the Crimson Tide played in the Bluebonnet Bowl at Houston at the end of last Adams places third LINCOLN - The Adams Hornets roared past Sterling at Nebraska Wesleyan Wednesday night, 63-38, for third place in the Plainsmens' prep basketball tournament. Mead defeated Yutan for the tide. The only Jet to land in the double figures for Sterling was Lowry Engstrom with 11. Dana Haynes followed with 8. Adams got 23 points from K'm , Veerhusen, and Eldon Ideus added 17. Also scor'ng for Adams were: Wes Finkner 9, Duane Ideus 8, and Derwin Schlake 5. Adams led at intermission, 31-20. The Hornets are now 5-2 on the season, and Sterling is 4-2- LADIES" Begin the New Year Right! The same program Will also begin after the first of the year on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. Your instructor is Mary Ann Rowe. ' off! 604 for a 15-polnt bulge at Intermission. From then on It was close but Beatrice had inflicted enough damage to breeze to its third win In seven starts. In the first meeting between the . two clubs, which was In Beatrice, the Orangemen sneaked past the Rams, 63-62. , . Wednesday night, Coach Naraien got his first balanced offensive punch from v his Orangemen. Four cagers landed in the double figures. Roach" led with 19 points. Armstrong bad . 15, his best night of the season. Paul Cramer added 4, and Woita 8.. Moore, a 6-3 junior, had his best all-around performance, which Included 17 points. Johnson also had his best offensive night by getting 11. Ray Rogers, 5-10 junior, topped the scoring for the Rams with 19, followed by 15 from Dennis Bendinger, another junior. The only .disappointment registered by Coach Nannen season, Southern California Coach John McKay was principal speaker at a Houston quarterback dinner. McKay, in his talk, extolled the virtues of a player from Eastern Arizona Junior College who he said would be playing for the Trojans the next year. Paul "Bear" Bryant, the Alabama coach, was listening. "I got a . call from Mr. Bryant" Mitchell recalled. "You know how Mr. Bear taJcsJ so low I could hardly hear hW, I just kept saying 'Yes, sir Yes; sir" to everything. "It turned out he wanted me to come to Alabama." Mitchell said the offer pre sented a challenge, so he talked it over with his mother. , "Personally, I was reluctant to go to Alabama. I didn't know what kind of reception I'd get or whether I d ever get to play baH there. I told my mother there would be too many problems. "But Mama said to me, 'Son, no matter where you go, you'll always have problems. Come on down here to Alabama so your mother can see you play.' "I always had a lot of faith and trust m my mother. So I entered Alabama." Mitchelfsaid he was amazed at the cordial reception he got. "Mr. Bryant told me, 'If you ever have any problems of any kind, come to see me.' I never had to go into Mr. Bryant's office." Phillips will QB Longhorns DALLAS (AP) After weeks of agonizing, Texas Coach Dar- rell Royal has made a big decision: It will be Eddie Phillips at starting quarterback in the 36th annual Cotton Bowl Classic. Royal decided on Phillips over runt-sized Donnie Wiggin-ton, who guided the Longhorns to the Southwest Conference championship after Phillips was felled with a pulled hamstring and an injured toe. "It hasn't been an easy deci-s'on because I realize mere is a lot of sentiment for Donnie," said Royal. "I was sincere when I said he (Wigginton) should have received the most valuable player award in the Southwest Conference this year. "But you've got to remember Eddie also started 12 football games for us the last two years before he was injured. I have equal confidence in both of them." . Start an 'Bxercise program. Betty Brecht will be on duty every morning to give you a program that will provide results. If you miss coming we will be calling you to find out why. COME IN TO THE YMCA from 9:00 to 11:30 A.M., Tell Betty what you want to accomplish and we'll see to it that you get results! Want to lose inches and " pounds? Let us try to help ,you. Start this program at our YMCA at your convenience any time after the first of the year. Don't put it Support your YMCA, be healthier and live longer. All 3 can be accomplished at the same time by starting this program. Court Beatrice was the poor shooting at the charity line. Beatrice hit 16 of 26. However, Roach went 9 for 10, and Armstrong 3 for 3. Jan, 8 the Orangemen will take on the tourney champ at Columbus. In the championship game last night, seven-foot Mike Heck tossed ki 28 points for Papillion, but it wasn't enough -to stop Columbus. ) ' For the tourney, Heck set a record of 92 points in .three games.- Columbus got an 18-point job from Brower, and 6-0 Dan Milter added 14. Paul Potter and Les Cattau also finished In the double figures for the champs. In the third place game, Dale Peterson popped in 20 points for Millard, while Norfolk got 22 from Randy Gallu. Beatrice (74) fg ft 1-4 0-2 3-3' 9-10 0-1 3-5 0-0 0-1 0-0 0-0 tp Moore 8 Woita Armstrong Roach Cramer Johnson Klaus Loper Casey Fox Totals .... Ralston (62) Bendinger Frievohal Rogers Ruyan Harrington Hammel Case 4 6 5 2 4 0 0 0 0 .29 fg 6 3 7 0 4 2 0 .22 8 15 19 4 11 0 0! 0 0 74 tp 15 8 19 3 9 8 0 62 16-2615 ft 3-5 2- 2 5-7 3-6 1-2 4- 4 0-0 Totals 18-2619 VIA QUARTERS Beatrice 20 21 18 15-74 alston 13 13 18 18-62 College Associated Press East Hunter 74, Lakeland, Wis., 73 Midwest North. HI. 83, West. Mich. 68 Rocky Mtn. 97,. Colo. Mines 89 Youngstown St. 91, West. 111. 51 Australian Natls 112, Millikin 80 Southwest Tex-El Paso 75, Mo. Western 56 Far West UC-Irvine 98, Seton Hall 76 UC-Santa Barbara 108, Chicago St. 65 Tournaments All-College Tournament Championship Semifinal E. Ky. 89 Santa Clara 85 Oklfl, City 89, Army 82 Consolation Semifinals Jacksonville 81, Texas Tech 66 N.. Texas St. 68, Indiana St. 59 Big Eight Classic Championship Semifinals Missouri 86, Colorado 57 Kansas St. 92, Iowa St. 75 Consolation Semifinals Nebraska 64; Oklahoma St. 56 Oklahoma 97, Kansas 69 Far West Classic . Championship Semifinals Florida St. 73, Oregon St. 72 Wash. St. 60, New Mexico 51 Consolation Semifinals Washington 100, Dartmouth 75 Michigan 93, Oregon 85 Rair.'-ww Classic Championship Semifinals Hawaii 87, California 79 Arizona St. 74, Temple 67 Consolation Semifinals Minnesota 76, Hawaii Ma rines 71 TCU 93, Northwestern 78 Hall of Fame Holiday Classic Championship Semifinals Morris Harvey 92, Springfield 77 Brown 83, Assumption 74 Consolation Semifinals Ball State 98, Boston U. 90 Buckneil 77, Aimer.-Int. 67 Gator Bowl Classic Championship Illinois 76, Florida 75 Consolation N.C. State 76, Columbia 48 . ' Old Dominion Classic . Championship Indiana 88, Old Dominion 66 GOOD SELECTION OF MEN'S & BOYS WESTERN SHIRTS Park Free While Shopping in . BELL'S 514 Ella Beatrice flUAPPY NEW YEAK! Lasting joy to all our patrons Employees At K Gary's Mobil Service 1919 East Court Beatrice Daily Sun, Beatrice, Nebr., Thurs., Eve, Dec. 30 1971 3 "UNDER-RATED" Sooners' worries By ED SHEARER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW ORLEANS (AP) -"That's Just what I've been trying to tell everybody," said Helsman Trophy winner Pat Sullivan of Auburn. "Their defense is underrated." "I think" they have more physical talent than any team I've tried to prepare for," said the AIl-American quarterback shortly after the fifth-ranked Tigers arrived here Wednesday for their final workouts before .vLSaturday's Sugar Bowl date wiui iw. o uiutuiuuiia. While most observers have gawked at the awesome Oklahoma wishbone attack, Sullivan has been more concerned with the Sooner defense. "People have moved quite a bit on them," Sullivan said, "but when they had to have the big play, they got it. They are big and I believe their speed and quickness is their greatest asset." Sullivan led Auburn to nine straight triumphs this year before the Tigers were belted 31-7 by Alabama, another power that lives by the wishbone. The Crimson Tide dominated the game with ball control, keeping Sullivan and his AU-American wide receiver Terry Scores Consolation Brigham Young 96, Rice 73 Road Runner Invitational Championship New Mex. St. 95, Montana St. 85 Consolation Pepperdine 73, Portland 71 Kodak Classic Championship Penn 70, St. Bonaventure 69 Consolation USC 88, Rochester 55 Las Vegas Holiday Classic Championship Baylor 82, Weber St. 72 - Consolation Nev.-Las Vegas 91, So." IH. 90, OT , Pro Basketball Standings Associated Presi NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W. L. Pet. G.B Boston 26 12 .684 New York 23 13 .639 2 Philadelphia 15 23 .395 11 Buffalo , 11 23 .324 13 Central Division Cleveland 15 23 .395 Baltimore 14 22 .389 Atlanta 13 24 .351 V2 Cincinnati 10 26 .278 4 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Milwaukee 32 7 .821 Chicago 26 10 .722 4fi Phoenix 21 16 .568 10 Detroit 14 23 .378 17 Pacific Division Los Angeles Seattle . Golden St Houston Portland 35 3 .921 22 17.564 19 19 .500 m 16 22 272 13 25 .342 8 31.205 ABA East Division W. L. PcL G.B. Kentucky 27 9 .750 Virginia 24 15 .615 4i2 Floridians 17 20 .459 10'2 New York 16 21.432 ll2 Pittsburgh , 17 25 .405 13 Carolina 13 26 .333 15 West Division Utah 27 9 .750 , Indiana 22 17 .564 6 Memphis 16 21 .432 11 Denver 14 20.412 12 Dallas 14 24 .368 14 GOLFER BEATS NETMAN DORADO BEACH, P.R. (AP) San Juan banker Jack Furet beat former tennds player Welby Van Horn 8 and 7 in the 36-hole final of t h e Amateur of Americas golf tournament at the Dorado Beach Golf Club. Connie, Hirchman of York Pa., won the women's title. John Dohoney of Hicksville, N.Y., took the seniors trophy. pi Beatrice defense Sullivan Beasley on the sideline for 42 minutes. "I don't think it willjje that type game," said Sullivan "They (Oklahoma) 6eem to score quicker." The Sooners, led by All- American running back Greg Pruitt and quarterback Jack Mildren, are solid 11-noint favorites over the Tigers, who staggered to their only defeat only two days after Sullivan was acclaimed the Helsman winner. Sullivan acknowledged that it seemed as if the Tigers were always in a position of having to prove themselves to others, i feel we have one more game to go out as winners in stead of losers, he said. The Tigers concluded their heavy workouts at Auburn be fore arriving here Wednesday and will hoJd only brief sessions in Sugar Bowl Stadium today and Friday. "We've worked- real hard," Sullivan said "Now we'll get that last chance to go out as winners." BALTIMORE COULD BE MINUS MATTE TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Tom Matte, star running back for the Baltimore Colts, is a questionable starter in Sunday's American FootbaH-Conference championship game with the Miami Dolphins, Coach Don McCafferty said Wednesday. The loss of Matte, possibly along with that of Norm Bulaich, could send the Colts into the game with a rookie backfield of Don McCauley and Don Nothneham. McCafferty said he would decide by Saturday whether Matte or Bulaich would start against the Dolphins in the game in Miami's Orange Bowl. "If tomorrow were Sunday, neither player would play," McCafferty said. Mane saw ne sustained an injury to his right knee in last Sunday's game with Cleveland, Hurt in the first half against the Browns, Matte finished the game unaware of the injury un til the next day, he said. Bulanch was hurt in a regular season game with the Dolphins, Pro Hockey Standings Associated Press NHL East Division W L TPtsGFGA New York 25 5 6 56160 81 Boston 24 6 Montreal 21 6 Toronto 17 12 Detroit 13 17 Buffalo 8 22 Vancvr 9 22 4 52141 7 49126 77 8 42 111 103 6 32104115 8 24 103 149 4 22 80123 West Division Chicago Minn. Calif. Phila. Pitts. St. Louis L. Angeles 25 8 53116 64 20 11 4 44 94 69 11 19 7 29107144 11 18 11 21 10 21 926 5 27 76105 5 27 93115 6 26100124 1 19 76 138 Wednesday's Results New York 5, Philadelphia I Detro't 7, Buffalo 3 St. Louis 6, Toronto 3 Montreal 3, California 2 Boston 5, Chicago 1 Los Angeles 3, Vancouver 1 Only 'games scheduled Thursday's Games Boston at Minnesota Friday's Games Buffalo at Pittsburgh California at Detroit TONKA LANES TONKA SQUAWS Lee's Carpet. Bernice Otto 161, Marilyn Dissmeyer 467. 77 Auctionettes. Did not Bowl. Pickrell Co-op Elevator 1. Shirley Hasenohr 161-464. House of Carpets 3. Marilyn Kite 133-342. Gales 1. Beanie Lampe ,163-435. Pickrell Locker 3. Ruby Presnell 177-456. Beatrice Concrete 0. Joyce Duitsman 180, Velma Wegele 427. Simmon'6 Marine 4. Maxine Hartwig 185-531. Poling Pills 0. Ann Stuart 158, Hilda Anderson 412. Chalet Cafe 4. Elsie Giesman 185, Hazel Bindrum 465. Kirby Vacuum 3. Ruth Siems 127, Dora Boese 331. Holiday House 1. Linda Catlin 165-431. Hohbein Real Estate 3. Carol Wiechman 178-443. Beatrice Supermarket 1. Ellen Nickels 178- NEBRASKA PLAYS Mizzou and By ROBERT MOORE . KANSAS CITY (AP) - Once- defeated Missouri and Kansas State, beaten five times, collide tonight for the Big Eight Con ference preseason " basketball tournament championship. Missouri, 9-1, breezed past Colorado 86-57 in Wednesday night's semifinals. - Kansas State 6-5, routed Iowa State 92-75. The championship tipoff is at 10 p.m., EST. Nebraska, 6-5, meets Oklahoma, 4-4, for fifth place in tonight's opener at 8 o'clock. Today's afternoon action sent Oklahoma State, 1-7, against Kansas, 3-6, for seventh and Colorador 2-7, against Iowa State, 6-5, for third place. Missouri Coach Norm Stewart has waited a long time for this chance. The last time the CONDORS ARE NUDGED, 105-102 Rookie NEW YORK i(AP) - John Roche was mad, so sore in tact lhat he took it out on Pittsburgh. "I was annoyed," said the New York Nets' rookie, "that we've been losing to a team like that." Roche made up for the Nets' two straight losses to the Condors with 13 last-quarter points Wednesday night that paced a tense 105-102 American Basketball Associat'on triumph. "They weren't having any trouble beating us," said Roche about the Condors' recent domination of the Nets. "And tonight they were missing their best player, too (John Briser) and I thought it was time we were due for a win." JIMMY THE GREEK SAYS NEB. BY 7 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) -Jim-my-the-Greek, well-known Las Vegas oddsmaker, said in an interview with an Omaha radio station Wednesday he is "fairly convinced Nebraska will win by one touchdown," in the Orange Bowl Saturday against Alabama. He made the comments in a conversation with station KLNG. "Everybody talks about Mus-so being such a great runner, but they. forget about Kinney and Rodgers for Nebraska which gives them two running backs, not just one." But Jimmy said the big difference is in the quarterbacks. He said if it were left for h:'m to decide about drafting quarterbacks for the pros, he would draft the Huskers' Jerry Tagge as number one. The coaching of the two teams, Jimmy said, is not that different, however, he thinks Cornhusker coach Bob Devaney will review his secondary and will not make the same mistakes as Nebraska did against Oklahoma. "Not only will the offense score," he said, "but the defense will score at least twice and they will take advantage of three mistakes by Alabama, that they will force Alabama to make," His final score prediction was Nebraska 28, Alabama 17. EIGHT REGULAR FOES UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (AP) Penn State's football schedules for the next four seasons i n cl u d e annual games against Navy, Iowa, Army, Syracuse, West Virginia, Maryland North Carolina State and Pitt. neighbors, friends . . . welcome the New Year with friendship and understanding. Ho all, our warm thanks. WRIGHT'S South Sixth Liquor Home of Wright's Range Riders Eldon and Lorena FOR FIFTH SPOT Tigers were in the finals was in 1954 when they whipped Kansas State 89-71. Stewart one of Missouri's great stars, play-1 in that game as a junior, He is In his fifth season as Tiger coach. Three of those years, Missouri lost in the first round. In 1969, the Tigers bowed in the semifinals. Jack Hartman, the Kansas State coach, put his team in the finals awfully fast. He's only in his second year as boss of the wildcats. A year ago, Kansas State lost in the opening round. The Wildcats are making their first finals appearance since 1967 when they lost to Nebraska 6662. The last time Kansas State won was in 1963 with a 58-55 decision over Oklahoma State. John Brown hit for 27 points Roche paces Nets Actually, the Nets won the first three games of the season against the Condors before droppmg the next two and now lead the series, 4 games to 2. In Wednesday night's other ABA matches, it was Kentucky 125, Memphis 111; Floridians 123, Indiana 112; Virginia 126, Carolina 117 and Utah 106 Dallas 102. Roche admitted that his performance Wednesday night was the best so far in his brief pro career. "When I got hot, I wanted the ball," said the cobra-quick guard. "It was the most consistent outside shooting I've done all year." Teammate Rick Barry, who led the Nets with 33 points, agreed: "It was Roche's best performance as a pro." Roche, who scored 18 points overall, found the range down the home stretch when New York needed h!s fields goals the most. First tying the game and then putting New York ahead 98-96 with 2:35 left, Roche later snapped another tie with a foul shot at the one-minute mark. After giving the Nets a 101- Table Rock beaten in finals 77-70 TABLE ROCK - Class C Louisville took advantage of a cold first quarter here by Class D. Table Rock Wednesday night and wept on to win the Table Rock Invitational by sidetracking the hosting Tigers, 77-70. The Filley Wildcats were tripped at 52-51 by Nehawka for third place. Dave Oman's TR Tigers hit at a chilly 18 per cent from the floor the first quarter and fell behind by 14 points However, late in the game the Tigers had overtaken Louisville, 6362, only to have top scorer Ed Kroll foul out with 3:49 left in the game. Kroll led the Tigers with 23 points. Rich Burgert added 13, Steve Cumro 14, and Pat Workman had 10. For Filley against Nehawka, Roger Thompson scored 19, and Gerald Ideus 14. . New and Used Auto Parts & Glass Beatrice Iron Metal Co, We Buy Scrap Iron Metal & Cars, Trucks, Tractors 3rd and Market 223-5238. T i''' Extend a band U KS after title for Missouri against Colorado. He put the Tigers ahead with a field goal in the first two minutes, and Colorado was out o f it as the Buffs made only four field goals in the first 11 minutes, three seconds. By then, the Tigers led 30-11. Jim Creighton scored 14 points for the Buffs. Brown made three straight field goals to give Missouri its biggest lead, 27 points, just before he left the game midway in the second half. "Brown's scoring . and rebounding gave us a big lift," Stewart said, "but in our two tournament games here, our defense has been the most consistent part of our game. Offensively, we kinda chug and chug. I really didn't expect the game to go that way. Colorado Coach Sox Wal6eth iuu lean, oene Moore rebounded a misguided Barry shot and put it in the hole for a 103-100 bulge and it was. all over. George Thompson of Pitts-ubrgh led all scorers with 34. Rookie center Artis Gilmore scored 30 po'nts and helped throttle a late Memphis-rally to record Kentucky's victory. " . The Colonels, the Eastern Division leaders, took a 105-86 lead midway through the final period and Gilmore went to the bench. But Memphis rallied and closed the gap to 109-97, so Gilmore returned to hit a basket and free throw and block one Memphis shot to stem the Pros' comeback. Larry Jones and Ira ' Harge broke open a close game with nine straight points midway in the forth period and ignited the Floridians over Indiana. Virginia, led by Charlie Scott's 50 points and Julius Er- ving's 31, rallied in the fourth quarter to beat Carolina. The Squires,- led 35-30 after the first quarter, but Carolina tied the score at 64 at the half behind Jim McDan'els. After .McDaniels led the Cou gars to a 92-89 lead at the end of the third stanza, Scott went on a tear of 14 points in the last nine minutes to pull the Squires through. McDaniels had 33 to lead the loser, Utah's victory over Dallas was its 16th straight triumph over the Chaparrals in two seasons. Zelmo Beaty topped the Stars with 31 points and 23 rebounds, but Red Robbins' nine points in the final three minutes insured the victory. Donnie Freeman led the Chaps with 27 points. mm, mm May it be the gayest New Year you've eves bad! Cliff Brandt Roofing & Employees Crab Orchard Nebraska said his team "Dlaved misera bly in every, respect but you have to give Missouri creau. I'm lust 6orry that it wasn't a very good game." 1 Kansas State had too many, guns for Iowa State. The Wildcats' Steve Mitchell poured In 29 points, and four other Kan sas State players connectea in double figures. Iowa State trailed by 15 points at 40-25 at the half. The Cyclones never got closer than eight points thereafter and did so when Martinez Denmon made 12 points during a splurge in the second half's first five minutes. Denmon got 26 points in all. Hartman said he was real oroud. We nlaved extremely well. Denmon hurt us. For the most Dart, we were Datient with our offense and had good shot selection, v Coach Maury John of Iowa State described the game as "our Morest of the vear. We couid not get anything started on offense. Kansas State pushed us, right out of our defense. We were sluggish in the first half and did not improve in the second half." -s. Nebraska stopped Oklahoma State 64-56 ana Oklahoma battered Kansas 97-69 in Wednesday's loser's bracket games. Nebraska was behind 30-25 at th half after it went 6:25 with out a field goal. Chuck Jura put the Cornhuskers ahead for keeps ith 12:15 left. Jura made 23 points. Kevin Fitzgerald and Mike Jeffries topped Oklahoma State, each with 13. Kansas suffered its worst defeat ever in the tourney. Not since 1912 when Nebraska beat the Jayhawks 49-21 has a Big Eieht club beaten Kansas by 28 points until the Sooners turned the tnck. Oklahoma led 47-32 at half-time. Scott Martin and Andrew Pettes made 21 ppints each for the Sooners. Bud Stall worth was high for Kansas with 19. 200 N. 7th fit Beatrice, Nebraska 68319 Robert S. A Cor P. Mrvtn.i Co-Publishers G.Pj Marvin Founder E.Nf Marvin Publisher (1908-19M MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Bv Carrier bov $1.95 per month. By mall In advance In Beatrice Trade Territory: one year J12.50: six months $6.75: three msnths $3.75; all other mall $18.00 one year. Published da'ly except Sunday .Jaw Year'a Dav. Memorial Day, Independence Day. 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