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fcjttUy.oeuni.fa.m7 The Pharw-Trtbune, Loguuport, Ind.—17 Federation Bans Tennis Racket Archer BARCELONA. Spain tUPl) — The International Lawn Tennis Federation Salurday banned the double string "wonder" racket in official or international competition. pending further technical tests. ,The federation's board said after a meeting here that !ht> suspension will bo effective Monday. . The temporary ban was pronounced after five member nations who tested the double be made by the federation's general assembly in July. 1978. It named a technical committee which, in cooperation with the board, will carry out "complete" tests. The board's announcement said it has "decided to ban the use of rackets with double strings or strings with protuberatlons. "As of Oct. 3. only slnglestring rackets will be accepted in official tour- NAPA. Calif. (UPll Veteran George Archer celebrated his :l«th birthday Saturday with a Silverado course record-tying nine-uridor- par 63 and grabbed a four-shot lead after three rounds of the $200.ui)0 Anheuser Busch Classic. Archer, who won more than W3.000 In his last four-tournaments, started (he round !wo shots behind Mac McLcndon and Grier Jones but moved in front after making the turn in:!:! and pulled away without challenge. •' • . His round started with a bogey five on first hole of the North Course, but then Arclier made four birdies by the turn and six more coming back for the"63 that tied (he record sol a year ago by Johnny Miller. Miller, who won this event in IS74 and 1»75 and was second last year, didn't make-the cut this time and watched the round from his home near the IIth green. McUehdon shot a 09 and was closest to Archer from among a • , • * Sooners Roll Over Kansas string rackets extensively came laments, including the Davis out in favor of a ban. The federation, however, ruled that further technical tests are needed before a definite ban can be prounouncod. It said a definite decision will Cup and Grand Prix tournaments. 'This suspension of the use of double-string rockets will allow the international federation to NORMAN. Okla. (UPll Junior quarterback Thomas I-ott, playing wlthoul injury for the first time this season, rushed for 102 yards and three touchdowns Salurday to lead second-ranked Oklahoma to a Ohio State game for Oklahoma, second team defense, contributed a 35-yard field goal. The Jayhawks' only scores continue the investigations 2-1-9 Big Eight Conference being carried out on the effects victory over Kansas. Vicendese, the, Jayhawks' regular quarterback, had-been injured and did not play until .were a 9-yard touchdown pass the fourth quarter. . from quarterback Mark Loll scored-his first touch Viccndese to halfback Bobby Barrow with 15 seconds left and of these rackets," it said. Lott, who last week sparked a safety on defensive end Jim German's recovery -of a bad Petty Takes Pole Spo For Race It said that five European the Sooners to an early 20-0 lead snap to von Schamann who was ; NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C. (UP!) - Richard Petty dominated the qualifying trials Saturday to earn the pole position for Sunday's Wilkes -400 as he seeks his 14lh career member nations — Austria. France, Spain. Switzerland and Germany — have, so far. submitted reports on their experiences and that all were against its continued use because it did not allow "normal and regular play." The federation quoted a report by the Institute of. Technical Investigation" of Braunschweig University. Jri Germany which found, among other things, that a double string racket hits the ball more * attempting to punt from the end zone; ' ' .Kansas was unable -to "Sooners' Tony Antone jarred penetrate Oklahoma territory the ball from Rodney Olson and down late in the second quarter to cap a 30-yard drive set up by Tony Peters' interception of a JeffHinespass. Lolt's second -touchdown completed a 90-yard drive, and on the subsequent kickoff the over Ohio State week before leaving the game with a bruised knee, scored on runs of 8,9 and 4 yards. Uwe von Schamann, whose until late in the fourth quarter, .split end Lee Hover recovered last-second field goal saved the and then againstMhe Sooners' -.for the Sooners al the 4. On the Duke Defeats Novy, 28-1 6 DURHAM. N.C. : UIPH — Duke's defensive unit t scored .Leszczynski had 'hltj.john Kurowski for a score.midway victory at the North Wilkesboro... under tennis rules. Speedway. Petty turned a 107.133 miles per hour lap Saturday that gave him a two-day ax'eragc of 107.738 mph. Neil Boiinrlt of Hueytown. Ala. captured the second starting position with a two-day average of 107,573 mph. • ; Finishing third in qualifying was Darrcll Waltrip, followed by Benny Parsons, Cale Y'ar- borough, Bobby Allison. Dick "brooks and Buddy Baker. •'• Richard Childress of Win- ;stonSalem and Buddy Arrington of Martinsville, Va., captured the ninth and I0th spots, respectively. Petty shared the favorite's defender. " _ _.. The Blue Devil defense forced than once, which Is forbidden three-touchdowns,-including a-: Navy tailback Joe'Gappuso to through the, fourth period but 47-yard punt return'by;George fumble:'aflhe : t>uke.2fl midway the play-was> called back Gawdun,-to lead the Blue pevifs through- the third period and because the Midshipmen had an defensive tackle Jack Algor ineligible receiver downfield recovered.' Five plays later. Experts also found that the use of double siring rackets diminished the value of tennis as a spectacle, the. federation said. Moreover, tennis balls are '.!S"d up faster. The board said it was "not trying to paralyz'c'the technical development of ;hc game, but must have complete certainly that innovations benefit the game. This is the reason why to a 2S-I6 victory over" ! Navy Saturday. Duke scored'two touchdowns Stanley Broadie ripped through- 'Ntvy * in a two-minute spurt midway >the middle of the line and raced' •*** through Hie second quarter and 63 yards for. Duke's third score - p^ added a pair of touchdowns in withS:5ilefiintlu*ln J ir"dper>od.- i,,,k) . Four- -plays 'later. Duke linebacker' : Biil -King In- ••tercepted a pass al tfi'e Navy 44 and took in into the end zone. Navy.sc6r.ed-first on a 19vard the -third quarter lo put the game out of reach. Navy, now 2-2, had to punt after being stopped on.its owiv eight, ^midway through 'the- —' ^03 013-16 OH 14 0-a KC, Tala IK , nun 47 punt return <M,il«iH Itokf -('«* B blocked pun! -rcium Ouke.-Bmi«lte <a roii iWalroll .kick*' puko-KinR 44 Inlcrcrpliim rrlunt iWafcott kkki v the new rackets have been second. .period. Gawdun, a field goal by. Bob Tata" after banned IPTHnnrnPilv lltlfil a tOQn.liir.xJ <?nr,Vmmnlin tnnlr thn r\illlti'r- Att(**wtcii 'etlMnrl *» Ui*l- r . banned temporarily until a complete study of' their ef-. fccts...has been made." It said that until, a 'final' decision has been taken, those member nations who want to continue^ using the new rackets ISOpoundsophomore, took.the . Duke's,defense stalled a Mid-'ma* ipa« fiin«ii punt-at the Navy 47 arid . shipmeij'driye. - .., • .' A-.«»»w scampered down . the .left In the opening minutes of the ' sideline for Duke'.s first score..-,- fourth quarter. Steve Callahan first Awns Less than two minutes.later .'scbrcdona^-yardrun'tocHmaf jj»n«'»«>"tv •• after a Navy drive was stalled, .-^a : 52-yard. Navy drive; 'Then. Bcfuravnr* „ .... . by a penally. Duke's Earl CooV Navy quarterback ; ,3ob l^eszc- panes' role in the $74.115 race with can do so al club level, but must blocked a punt, picked up the- zynski threw a 19-yard scoring i>uiits Yarborough, the current first ask the federation for "ball and ran 35 yards for a score pass to split end Phil'McConkey Kumbte li»( Winston Cup series champion, permission. / without Iwini? touched bv a with 32 seconds to play, I'onallies-rarrfs 19 pass tim-\ftr tiny ID w-iiii - Duke .13 next play. Loll scampered around right end for the touchdown. The Sooners controlled the ball throughout the first half, rolling: to. 11 first ^ downs lo 'Kansas' two. although they could muster only.one touchdown.'., i '.• • , ' On Us second' possession. Oklahoma moved from its own 5-yard line to the Kansas 2, with Loll accounting 'for 43 of the yards on keepers. Bui Jayhawk . defensive end Jim ' Zidd recovered a Lott fumble at the 6 to snuff the opportunity. .- Oklahoma pushed to the Kansas 4 on another earlv series, but the Jayhawks held on fourth down. Lott. who had played only two series of downs in two games •before the Ohio State contest, left at the end of the third quarter in favor of backups Dean Blevins and Jay Jim'er- 'aon. • , The Sooners. who lost 24 fumbles in their first threc_, games, fumbled only twice' against Kansas. The .second came in the last half-minute of play and led to the. Jayhawks' only touchdown. Km* . 0 o 0 £» OkUSOOM • 0 717 HM Okla-Uitt 8 run tvon Sctisnunn kick) . Okla-FG von Schamann 13 Okla—liOtl tl run ivon Scnamann kick) ' ' <)kla-U!t 4 run ivon Schamann kick) .Kan-Tcaiji- safetv ivon Schamann lackled in ond jtmoi . Kan-Barron 1 9 pass Iron) Viccndese / iHubach kicki . group of 15 who started the round only three shots apart. The 63 gave Archer a threcround score of 15-undcr- par201 while McLendon was at- aM. another two shots ahead of Jim Denl. whohad a 66. 'Bruce Llotzke. who won two tournaments al the start of the year, and Miller Barber and Jones were at 207 and Roger Maltbie was 'at 208 while fxm Hinklc and Tom Watson, the Masters and British Open champ, were at 209. Archer came into the tournament with winnings of $82.481 for the year after a sccondplacc finish ' in the Westchester Classic and a tie for fifth al the Buick Open for his best finishes of 1977.' .,. ; •...;••.' Archer three-putted the firs! hole but then'made a 25-footer on the second to get his round going. He chipped in from behind the green for a birdie on the fourth, made another 25ft>otcr on the fifth and 12- foolcr on the eighth for an outgoing :!3. 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