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- - r , . - 00011111 'MIMEOS Iffl. Sears Battery Guarantee Free replacement within 90 days of purchase if "battery proves defective. After 90 days, we replace the battery, if defective, and charge you only for the period of ow nership, based on the regular price less trade-in at the time of the return, pro. rated over the number of months of the guar. an tee. ;$11 ! ! It 4 1 I t, NEBRASKA NO. 1? A OW Ni DALLAS (AP) Coach Ara Parseghian said Sunday in an lith-hour bid for the national college football championship that Notre Dame "accepted a greater challenge" by playing Texas in the Cotton Bowl than Nebraska did in going to the Orange Bowl. I At the same time, a Cotton Bowl spokesman disclosed that give a detailed examination to the selection committee had the statistical accomplishments asked Nebraska not to jump at of each team. After all, we beat an Orange Bowl bid and to hold the No. 1 team in the country up its decision for about a week. and ended their 30-game win-The final Associated , Press ning streak. We held the nation's polls this week will determine top rushing team well below the national champion. Parse- their average and held the na. ARA PARSEGHIAN Disputes Devaney . ghian admits that Notre Dame's chances are slim since the Irish finished with a 10-1 record to Nebraska's 10-0-1. But, he added, "The automatic assumption that they should be No. 1 disturbs me. Our team should get a great deal of credit for accepting the challenge of playing the top-ranked team." Texas was No. 1 in the last regular season poll several, weeks a'go but Notre Dame put,' an end to that ranking, along with the Longhorns' 30-game winning streak, with Friday's 24-11 triumph in the Cotton Bowl. ' No Invitation The Cotton Bowl spokesman, said Nebraska was "definitely considered. strongly. We didn't Issue them an invitation, but we definitely let them know we were interested. We. told them we probably wouldn't be able to make a decision for another week or so, but apparently they weren't interested enough to wait." Under NCAA rules, bowl bids may be extended a week before a team finishes its regular season. Nebraska, which closed on Nov. 21 was able to grab a bid a week earlier than Notre Dame, which ended Nov. 28. The Cornhuakers were locked up by the Orange Bowl on Nov. 14. The following week, Notre Dame, still unbeaten, edged Louisiana State 3-0. The next day, the Irish voted to go to the Cotton Bowl, turning down the Orange Bowl and a date with Nebraska to take the chance of meeting higher-ranked Texas, provided the Longhorns beat Arkansas a week later, which they did convincingly. "I think Notre Dame may have lost a little glamour by that 3-0 win," the Cotton Bowl spokesman said. "I've got to say that hurt their appeal somewhat. They were supposed to be the No. 2 or 3 best scoring team in the country and Joe Theis. Mann was throwing the ball all over the place. We just might have invited Nebraska." Not to Ara Obviously rankled by state. meets from Nebraska's Bob Devaney that "it's pretty plain to me that we're the nation's best team" and that "even the Pope couldn't vote Notre Dame No. 1," Parseghian went on: "We accepted the greater challenge. They accepted the Orange Bowl without knowing who their opponent would be, and they knew it couldn't be an unbeaten team. We knew we'd play the Southwest Conference champion, with the strong possibility of an unbeaten winna in -Texas; "We also had an invitation from the Orange Bowl. But we knew we couldn't be No. 1 by going to the Orange Bowl. Someone 'else then would have had to beat Texas." , As it turned out, Notre Dame dropped its Nov. 28 game to Southern I California 3R-28. Nebraska, which tied Southern Cal 21-21 early in the , season downed ISU in the Orange Bowl 17-12, : c'When it gets down this close to the final poll," said Parseghian, "I think the voters should b - Says ow Wait! vs Ara 0 give a detailed examination to the statistical accomplishments of each team. After all, we beat the No. 1 team in the country and ended their 30-game winning streak. We held the nation's top rushing team well below their average and held the nation's top scoring team to one touchdown. "I'd rather have the voters make their decision without being influenced by the kind of statements Bob Devaney. made. I thought the remark about the Pope wasn't in the best of taste. I think we played a tougher schedule than Nebraska. And I think we should be given credit for the fact that we accepted a less attractive holiday atmosphere to meet the top-ranked team and we met the challenge." , Pastorini's Hot Prospect. for Pro Ball OAKLAND Calif. (AP) In this year of. outstanding quarterbacks from big universities, a product of the smaller collegiate class, Dan Pastorini, has stamped himself as a man to be reckoned with when professional football conducts its draft of talent. Pastorini of Santa Clara was named the outstanding offensive player when his West team defeated the East 17-13 Saturday in the 46th annual Shrine charity game at the Oakland Coliseum. The 6-foot-3 senior ,threw a 45-yard touchdown pass to Missouri's Mel Gray and also booted a 42-yard field goal, longest ever in this game. He Will Sign He joined such big university, stars as Notre Dame's Joe Theismann, ' Stanford's Plunkett and Mississippi's Archie Manning in the quarterback group the pros study. "I'm very much interested in pro football," the 218-pound hopeful -declared following the East-West game where he was voted the William M. Koffman Award by newsmen. He was the first Santa Clara player named to the game squad since 1949, after which the Broncos dropped out of .major football. "It was a - privilege and a challenge to have the chance to play," he said. "I wouldn't call it pressure, I'd call it an opportunity to show that college division football is not as bad as some people might think it is." Also Punts, Runs Pastmini, on a chill, windy afternoon, when the field remained muddy, completed four of seven passes for 80 yards and added a five-yard run. He also did the punting. The West used three quarter- backsPastorini Dennis Dum- mit of UCLA aria Chuck Hixson of Southern Methodist. Head Coach Eddie Crowder said Pastorini started because his teammates had elected him a co-captain. Crowder, who coaches Colorado, termed the Californian "a remarkable football player who is excellent now and can be expected as a professional to get better and better. He has the potential to be one of the great football players of all time." Pat Malley, head coach of Santa Clara and an assistant to Crowder with the West team, added: "He played that Way every collegiate game he was in. He hit over 60 per cent of his passes this season. He can throw hard, throw easy or lay the ball out for his receivers." WEEK'S FIGHTS " Thursday At Los Angeles. Armando Munit, Los Angeles. vs. Jack Coffey, Cleveland, 10, welters. Saturday At Woodland Hills, Cafif., Chuck Haynes, Detroit, vs. Walter Moore, Los Angeles, 10, heavies; Ray '"Windmill' White, venture, Calif., vs. Boby Harris, Oakland, 10, heavies ' Now stop Gluing your de.p..t.iiiTs New YorkIf you glue your dentures to your gums with paste or 2 powder, you have to do that messy lob over and over again. Once, twice, sometimes three times a day. Next time try ACRYLINEm the mmarkable temporary reliner developed by a Dental Technician. ACRYLINE is a comfortable, pliable plsatic--the same safe material your dentures are made of so It April hurt them. 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