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SPORT SIGNAIS ir it it By Hai Brown Sporti Editor, The Star Fridoy, Sept. 24, 1965 Thi> fiin>oln Ktfir IS College Decision No Problem For NU's Carlson Devaney Given Nod Over Father For Paying Bills Improved Record, But . . . The Big Eight football record is likely to show more than 100% imrovement this week over last weekend’s 2-4-1 mark, but the improvement shouldn’t be cause for any great jubilation in the conference offices of the Hotel Muehlbach at Kansas City. The lineup of Big Eight foes this week isn’t designed to boost prestige. In fact, you would have to go far down in any rating system to find many of them even listed. \ Fresno State, Brigham Young and Pacific are hardly among the big names of modern college football. Fresno State, Saturday’s Colorado foe. had only a 4-6 record a year ago, numbering among its victims South Dakota State by 30-14. Pacific was even worse, having a 1-9 mark, and they didn’t start 1965 much better, losing to San Diego State, 46-6, in its opener last week. Brigham Young, 3-6-1 a year ago, surprised Arizoda State in their opener last week with a 24-6 win. Fresno State and Pacific are only college division members of the NCAA. Even the Air Force Academy, Nebraska’s foe, isn’t regarded as a football threat this season, so unless the Huskers win big, Kansas upsets Arizona and Oklahoma defeats Pittsburg, the Big Eight isn’t likely to gain much attention nationally. Count on Nebraska to do its part: NEBRASKA 34, Air Force 7. In other games: The Big Eight OKLAHOMA STATE 14, Missouri 13 . . . The Cowboys can’t surprise Missouri this year. They’ll have to outplay them, but Phil Cutchin has his type of football player this season. OKLAHOMA 15, Pittsburg 8 . . . Here’s help for the Big Eight. The Sooners lost some stars, but the attitude of those returning likely will make up for it. IOWA STATE 30, Pacific 7 ... The Cyclones should be nearly as good as San Diego State. KANSAS STATE 21, Brigham Young 16 . . . The arm of Vic Castillo to make the difference. COLORADO 20, Fresno State 0 ... An easy one for the Buffs. ARIZONA 19, Kansas 14 . . . Tornado warnings aren’t likely to shorten this one which could work to Kansas coach Jack Mitchell’s disadvantage. The East ARMY 30, Virginia Military 14 . . . BOSTON COLLEGE 12, Villanova 7 . . . BOSTON U. 14, Maine 7 . . . BROWN 20, Rhode Island 6 . . . BUFFALO 20, Tampa 0 . . COLUMBUS 27, Lafayette 0 . . . COLGATE 14, Cornell 12 . . . DARTMOUTH 34, New Hampshire 0 . . . HOLY CROSS 16, Harvard 14 . . . PENN STATE 20, Michigan State 17 . . . PENNSYLVANIA 14, Lehigh 8 . . . PRINCETON 9, Rutgers 7 . . . SYRACUSE 14, Miami, Fla. 3 . . . YALE 21, Connecticut 6. The South ALABAMA 24, Tulane 0 . . . MARSHALL 39, Eastern Kentucky 7 . . . FLORIDA 17, Mississippi State 7 . . . GEORGE WASHINGTON 21, The Citadel 10 . . . GEORGIA TECH 10, Texas A & M 7 . . . GEORGIA 15, Vanderbilt 10 . . . MISSISSIPPI 20, Kentucky 17 . . . LSU 14, Rice 0 . . . LOUISVILLE 13, Southern Illinois 7 . . . MARYLAND 20, Ohio U. 0 . . . NORTH CAROLINA STATE 14, Wake Forest 10 . . . VIRGINIA TECH 26, Richmond 0 . . . DUKE 21, South Carolina 13 . . . SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 15, Memphis State 14 . . . TENNESSEE 21, Auburn 19 . . . CLEMSON 14, Virginia 7 . . . WEST VIRGINIA 34, William & Mary 20. The Midwest WESTERN MICHIGAN 24, Central Michigan 13 . . . ILLINOIS 10, SMU 7 . . . NORTHWESTERN 14, Indiana 8 . . . KENT STATE 14, Davton 0 . . . XAVIER, OHIO 20, Miami, Ohio 13 . . . MICHIGAN 31, California 6 . . . MINNESOTA 13, Washington State 7 . . . OHIO STATE 21, Nor\h Carolina 7 . . . NOTRE DAME 27, Purdue 21 . . . TOLEDO 13, Quantico 7 . . . SOUTHERN CAL 27, Wisconsin 7. The Southwest ARKANSAS 35, Tulsa 14 . . . BAYLOR 14, Washington 7 .. . NORTH TEXAS STATE 14, Parsons 10 . . . FLORIDA STATE 21, Texas Christian 7 . . . TEXAS 20, Texas Tech 6 . . . BOWLING GREEN 10, West Texas State 0 , . . CINCINNATI 21, Houston 7. The Par West ARIZONA STATE 13, Utah State 7 . . . WYOMING 22, Colorado State 14 . . . IDAHO 21, San Jose State 12 . . . NEW MEXICO 27, Texas Western 14 . . . IOWA 14, Oregon State 6 . . . STANFORD 20, Navy 13 . . . OREGON 21, Utah 8 . . . WICHITA 21, Montana State 14. STORY \T RUiHT STTAR PHOTO PASS BLOCK . . . Carlson (78), shown by arrow at left, blocks up front while quarterback Bob Chiirchich passes against TCU. By II Vr. BBOWN Star Sports Editor When ih'nnis (’ a r 1 s o n graduated trnm Richfield High in Minneapolis, only two people were willing to pay lor his college e ' a- tion his father and Nebraska football coach Bo!) Devaney. Naturally Dennis decided his father might as well save his money so the 6-2-, 2.35-pounder is letting Nebraska pay the hills. In exchange (’arlson has agreed to help protf'ct the X e h r a s k a (juarterhacks from injury on Saturday afternoons and to help t h e smaller hoys on the squad like Frank Solich get through the opposing one. Ilusker coaches were sat- LHS NIPS BISHOP I i i liBIÍIIBlll¡lBlllBliBII¡lB{lllBtl!IB»IBiBII¡IIB!>!!!Bi;llim Afokad Racing Friday Entries POST TIME 1:3# P.M. First race, purse $800, rlaiminf price ll.tW. 4 year olda & upward, six and one half furlongs. Nord Lee (Correa) .......................................J20 Renttib (Forth) ..........................................J20 Bright Missy (No Boy) ...........................IR Doctor Jewell (No Boy) ...........................112 Andy’s Venture (Hkiofiey) ....................120 Diameter (No Boy) .................................H2 Some News (Steck) ...............................HJ Hot Summer (No Boy* ...........................120 Bazooka Flash (Staufter) 112 Serond rare, purse $800. rialining price Fifth race, purse $800, claiming price $1,250, 4 year olds and upward, six and one half furlongs. Whistling Boy (Forth) 120 Carletown (Steck) ........................................120 Better Heart (W. Houghton) ...............120 Royal Zell (Bernt) ...................................120 Wise Boots (Ecoftey) ..............................120 Roxie's Rose (No Boy) ...........................117 Sam Lea (No Boy) .....................................120 Good Bull (Correa) 120 Foot Of Gold (No Boy) .........................120 Sixth rare, nurse $900, allowance, 3 year olds, six furlongs. Corlee (No Boy) 118 Old Steamboat (Ecolfey) ............ 118 $1,250. 4 year olds and up. six and one' Oancey Snip (Forth) ................................118 half furlongs. I Mr. J. W. (Stauffer) ............................... 118 Ron's Boy (W. Houghton) .............112 Cromisetta (Werre) ......................... ... 114 Dates’ Girl (G. Houghton) ......................112 Doodie Doo (Steck) .................................117 Captain Busher (No Boy) .....................117 Free Tilt (Jensen) ......................................117 Vacuum-Packed (Luark) .........................112 Bolivia (No Boy) .........................................117 Gold Cloth (G. D. Smith) ...................114 I Whitz (Correa) .......................................117 Third race, purse $800. claiming price $3.500, 2 year olds, six furlongs. Countess Tops (Correa) 113 Pack O Gifts (No Boy) .......................Ill Royaltana (No Boy) ...................................113 Go Rusty Go (l..anders) .......................119 Still Red (Kruger) ..................................116 Kay Aye (Stauffer) ....................................113 Izzy’s Blue (Steck) ....................................116 Fourth rare, purse $800, claiming price $1,250. 4 year olds and upward, six and one half furlongs. Easy Beam (L. D, Rettele) .................120 Truthful (No Boy) ..................................112 Zipper Boots (Jensen) ...............................120 Lovely Fuzz (Ecoffey) ................... 117 Phil’s Stevie (No Boy) .......................... 120 Benny H. (W. Houghton) .....................120 Gala Prince (Landers) .......................120 Cousin Willie (M. D. Rettele) ..........113 Baby Wagon (Vosler) ............................117 Bakic Leads Southeast To 14-6 Reserve Win Steve Bakk led the Southeast reserves by Northeast, 14-6. Thursday. Southeast led all the way in the contest. Southeast ................................. 7 0 0 7—14 Northeast ............................. 0 6 0 0— 6 Southeast—Stetve Bakk, 2 run, 5 run. PAT—Bakk (2). Northeast—Dennig Leslie, 45 run. Packy (No Boy) ........................................114 Cornhu.sker Miss (Steck) ...........................115 Alorta Luck (Smith) .............................118 Sassy Fra.ssy (Werre) .............................Ill La Barbie (Landers) ............................115 Doc Rounds (G. Hou.ghton) .....................118 Als(^-World Herald <L. D. Rettele) 118. Run Lightly (No Boy) 115, Harbour Doll (Kruger) 115. Sand Cherry (Ecoffey) 111. Seventh race, purse $800, claiming price $1.750-$1,500. 4 year olds and upward, one mile and seventy yards. Two Rullah (No Boy) ........................115 Donna B. (Luark) ...................................112 Mr. Dan A. (G. Houghton) .....................114 a-Dakota Jim (No Boy) .........................112 Leigh of Capri (Smith) ..............................120 a-Big John (No Boy) ................................120 Ambrose Girl (Correa) .............................114 Noare (Stauffer) ..........................................114 Dr. Donny (Forth) ....................................115 Eighth race, purse $1.200. allowance, 3 year olds, six furlongs. Vale’s Princess (No Boy) .....................115 Stick Shift (W. Houghton) ......................118 a-Nicolea (L. D. Rettele) .................. 110 b-Beau’s Comet (Stauffer) .....................115 Dr. Sunshine (Hare) ................................ 118 a-Iri.sh Fleet (Ecoftey) .............................118 b-Ala Connie (No Boy) ...........................118 c-Do Fair (G. Houghton) .........................112 Modern Extreme (Smith) .......................115 Mad Flyer (Corifea) ...................................115 c-Skoshie (G. Houghton) .........................115 a-Coupled C. M. Armstrong Sc E. L. Anderson entry; b-Couplcd W. Hemmer & B. C. Butler entry; c-CoupIed E. K. Carey entry. Ninth race, purse $800, claiming price $1,000. 4 year olds and upward, one mile and one eighth. Philip A. R. (Ecoffey) ...........................120 Bright Empress (Stauffer) .....................117 Homberg (No Boy) ....................................120 Potterton (Luark) ........................................112 Polite C. (Vosler) .......................................U7 Howdy Do (Correa) ....................................117 Paddy Rose (Baca) ...................................112 MIKE BOHATY KEN GEDDES Pius X To Meet Powerful Boys Town ALDRICH HOPES FOR THUNDERBOLT TURNABOUT By DON FORSYTHE Prep Sports Writer Pius X football coach Vince Aldrich has been watching a pair of movies this week that, like the commercials, might be labeled “before” and “after.” The first is a film of the Thunderbolts’ 1963 game with Boys Town in which the Cowboys rode roughshod over Pius X, 55-14, and the second Is the account of last week’s 44-0 win over Bishop Ryan. Vince would like to put another “after” in the files this week as his unbeaten club, ranked No. 3 in Class A, invades unbeaten and seventh- McKinney, a sophomore, have been getting most of the ball- toting duties. He feels that Geddes, a 6-2*/^, 198-pound senior with good speed, may be seeing more of the football come Friday night. Lack of consistency has been the Cowboys’ apparent weakness this year as they have broken several long runs but haven’t been able to put together many sustained scoring marches. There are some questions still unanswered about Pius X too. The first is how will they react to tougher competition and the second is the availabl- travels to North Platte and! Dennis Beranek are sidelined, southeast plays host to Has tings in Trans-Nebraska Conference contests. The S 0 . t h e a s t-Hastings scrap at Seacrest Field matches clubs with 0-1-1 records. The rebuilding Tigers surprised Lincoln High in earning a 7-7 deadlock last week while Southeast was being stung by Northeast. Northeast, hit by a rash of early-season injuries, puts its No. 1 ranking on the line with I backfield depth worrying coach Art Bauer. Left halfbacks Doug Campbell and ranked Boys Town. ^ ■ “We really had some hard '‘y of halfback Dana Stephen- poppin’ going on last wee k,” Vince says, “and I think we’ll be okay if our kids stand in there and play like they did against Bishop Ryan.” Aldrich has a deep respect for the Boys Town team, earned the hard way through the 1963 setback and a 26-14 loss last year. He has some unanswered questions in his mind as the test against the Cowboys nears. “Ken Geddes hasn’t carried the ball much.” Vince indicates, noting that left half- son, who suffered a badly bruised foot after scoring four first half touchdowns against Bishop Ryan. The first real test of the foot will come in the game. One thing on the plus side for the Thunderbolts, however, is that Mike Bohaty will be going both ways. “He was injured and played only offense against them last year,” Aldrich recalls, indi- PENNANT RACE AT A GLANCE By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE but Tom Thompson, a part- time starter last year, has been .shifted from right half to fill the gap. SPORTS MENU Friday HORSE RACING—Atokad, South Sioux City, 1:30 p.m. FOOTBALL—Local High Schools: Piu* X at Boys Town, 7:30; Northeast at North Platte, 7:30; Hastings at Lincoln Southeast at Seacrest Field, 7:30: State Colleges: Haskell at Fairbury JC. RODEO—Ak-Sar-Ben, Omaha. 8 p.m. Saturday HORSE RACING—Atokad, South Sioux Citv. 1:.30 p.m. ' FOOTBALL—Big Eight: Nebraska at Air Force, Colorado Springs, 1:30 p.m.; Pacific at Iowa State: Kansas State at Brigham Young; Missouri at Oklahoma State; Fresno State at Colorado: Arizona I a' ms.as' ' ' •hcinn it I’iUsburg: Slate To Colleges- Nebraska Wesleyan at Dana: Won Lost Pet. Behind Play Kearney at Fcn-t Hays: Minnesota Morns San Francisco 90 62 .592 — 10 Branch at Wayne; Hastings at Pomona. Los Angeles 88 64 _579 2 10 Calif.; Peru at .Northwest Missouri; West- Cincinnati 87 66 .569 3V4 9 ern MonUna a* Chadrpn; Concordia at San Francisco — At home (10), Mil- Midland; Omaha at Northern nimpi waukee 3, St. Louis 3. Cincinnati 4. Norfolk JC at Worthington. Mmn.; M^ook Los Angeles — At home (10). St. Louis m 3, MUwaukee 4. Cincinnati 3. ' R::n.Hs a' Orrrh;r n-'s Mn;n ^ at Johet Cincinnati — Away (9), Houston 2. San Lincoln Comets at Rock Isi^, Hot 1st Period Propels Links ... TO 7-6 VICTORY By DON FORvSYTHE l*rep Sports Writer Omaha—Lincoln High set a blistering first quarter pace, then had to fight for its life to post a 7-6 win over Bishop Ryan at Rosenblatt Stadium Thursday night. The win kept the Links upbeateii for the 1965 campaign, boosting their record to 2-0-1. It was the third straight setback for Bishop Ryan. Andy Loehr’s Links o v e r- whelmed the hosts with a powerful ground attack in the first quarter to grab an early 7-0 lead and then stopped two deep penetrations by the Knights after the intermission. The Links took possession after the opening kickoff on their own 30 and ripped off 51 yards in their first five plays. But a penalty after Lincoln High had'reached the 19 blunted the first touchdown halfback Jim Etter. E 11 e r found himself wide open behind the Lincoln High defense and coasted under Osberg’s long toss to put Ryan back in contention with 4:19 to play in the first half. Jack Galusha moved up quickly from his halfback spot to spoil Ryan’s attempt to run for the extra point as he trapped Etter at the line of scrimmage. The rest of the night was rather frustrating for the bid and the drive fizzled at Links as Bishop Ryan con the 15. I trolled the football with 185- Bishop Ryan was unable to i pound fullback Emil Boryca do anything against the Lin-1 doing most of the damage, coin High defense, losing one . xhe Links stopped a third yard in three cracks at the | quarter bid by Ryan at the middle of the line. The Links three-yard line and came up received one of their b i g breaks of the evening when a Bishop Ryan punt went out of bounds at the 28. It took the fired-up Links only four plays to score. Charley King ran for four and Jim Riggins picked up the first down at the 15 and the hosts were put further in the hole when they were detected grabbing Riggins’ face mask. That put tne ball on the seven and Ri ^gins hit the line for three and then four yards for the Links only touchdown. Mike Delaney provided the eventual winning margin when he booted the extra point right through the center of the uprights. The Links continued to impress until midway in the second quarter when Bishop Ryan turned to the air in an effort to move the football. Quarterback Uhuck Osberg, a sophomore, led the Knights on a 70-yard march featured Fiitowes Lost !!!’.!!!'. o with another brilliant defensive stand midway in the fourth quarter to preserve their victory. Ryan had moved to a first down at the Lincoln High eight yard line with less than six minutes to play but big plays by Steve David and Vincent Victoria pushed the Knights back to the 25 and Charley King stopped a screen pass to Etter at the 21 to end the threat. Riggins and Galusha then took turns lugging the pigskin as the Links ran out the last four minutes by marching 41 yards to the Bishop Ryan 38. Lincoln High’s next test will be against Northeast at Seacrest Field next Friday. Lincoln Hijfh ............................ 7 0 0 0—7 BLshop Ryan .............................. 0 0 0—6 Lincoln High—Riggin.s, 4 run. P.AT—De­ laney (kick). Bishop Ryan—Etter. 4.5 pass from Osberg. Run failed. Statistics Lincoln IliKb Bishop Ryan First D owtis ............ 10 Yards Rushing .......... 172 Yards Passing ........... 0 Passes ................................... 0-2 Intercepted by ........ 1 by a 45-yard pay-off pitch toi^jSties .::;:;::"’.’.!::“2'5 3-35 11 70 113 7-11 1 0 4-24 45 Francisco 4. Los Angeles 3. KMTV Golf Canceled Omaha—The KMTV Open Golf Tournament scheduled for Miracle Hills here Thurs- cating that Mike is ready for day through Sunday has linebacking duty Friday night, been canceled this year be- While the Thunderbolts are cause of heavy rains which making their bid at Boys backs Robert Carter and Nate T o w a top-rated Northeast have left the course unplayable. RODEO— AK-Sa; Ben, Omaha, 8 p.m. Sunday RODEO—Ak-Sar-Ben, Omaha. 2 and 6:30 p.m. FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD L(KAL HIGH SCHOOLS Lincoln High 7, Omaha Bishop Ryan 6. STATE HIGH SCHOOLS Omaha Central 7, C>maha SoutB 7 Ri'adsiuw J« 41- DENNIS C\RLSON Cornhuskers Taper Off For Falcons Nebraska began tapering- off drills Thursday as preparations for Saturday’s Air Force encounter at Colorado Springs neared a wind-up. Nebraaska coach Bob Devaney named a 47-man traveling squad for the battle with the Falcons. The Huskers will leave Lincoln at noon today and work out in Colorado Springs tiiis afternoon. The Huskers concentrated on their kicking game and on goal line defenses Thursday. “VVe hope we don’t have to use that goal line defense very often, ’’Devaney quipped. Devaney will take two full defensive and two full offensive platoons, plus a third man on offense at quarterback, fullback and center. The traveling squad: DEFENSE ENDS-Coleman, Patton. Haug. (irace. TACKLES-Stith. Czap, .Strohmyer, McCord. MIDDLE GUARDS- Barnes. Murphy. LINEBACKERS—K e n n e d y. Alvare*. Senkbeil. (toleman. HALFBACK.S—Mueller. Vactor. Jolm- fon, Kuehi, Carstens, Thorell. SAFETY—Wachholtz. Poggemeyer. OFFE.VSE ENDS-Jeter, Casey, White. Riclinaf- sky. TACKLEiS—Carlson, Taucher. Brown. Brichacek. GUARDS-Meylan. Osberg, Allers. Kudrna. , CENTERS—Peterson. Drum. Hill. QUARTERBACKS—Churchlch, D u d a, HALFBACKS-Kirkland. Brunk, Wilson. Gregory. ^ FULLBACKS—Solich, Tatman. Winter*. Ducat Orders By 6,000 Fans Turned Down Jim Pittenger, assistant athletic director and ticket i manager, said Wednesday his | office was beginning one of the unpleasant chores connected with his office. Pittenger said he was sending out some 6,000 letters telling fans who had ordered tickets it was very unlikely they would be able to attend any of the remaining home games at the University of' Nebraska. “We have far more orders J than we’ll ever be able to | fill,” iie said. ! Band Day has especially; crowded up the Iowa State j game a week from Saturday. ’ The letter going out now simply s a y s it is unlikely ; seats will be available. When | it becomes a fact another lot-: ter will be sent out saying so. ^ Pittenger said the fans who | had made orders would have ^ I priority on the bleacher seats jfor the few games there are ¡some available. Iowa State is ¡not one of them due to the bands. i-.fied that Dennis upheld his, end of the bargain in last week’.s .34-14 win over Texas f’hristian. “f)ennfs pla>ed a good game against Ti’U.” offen- siie line coaeh Carl Sel- iiier points out. "He did a good job of blocking.” (’.irlson didn’t get much i'hance to play as a sophomore at Nebraska, pla'ing onh 12 minutes while wateh- inc T.nrrv Kramer Bob .Tones play in his spot i’ut the blond haired lineman got his’ ebance tiefore the Minnesota iTame last fall wiien De\aney decided to platoon offensive and defensive unit« “That was probably my biggest thrill.” he points out. “getting to start that first time for Nebraska and even more so because it was agiiinst my li o m e state. Minnesota, and in my homefow n, .MinnfMnolis.” Howevei'. ('arlson also ranks last vear’s (’ o 11 o n Bowl appeai’ance bi di up on his list of top football thrills The senior tai'kle figures two platoon football ? a v n him thi' eh')nce to pl i*. eol- lece football. “I may never ‘ ‘'w jiot. ten to plav If it hadn't been for two nlatooning," he admits, “Defense is not one of my strong points, i iust don’t play It very m 11.” When Devaney decided to platoon early last fall. Parlson was moved into the offensive tackle spot vvith Walt Barnes moving to m d- dle guard on defense. “If It hadn't been .o - that. I'd probably still ue sitting on the b e n e h.” irlson says. Since the shift, now'wer. NU coaches have b.i^en pleased with the move. “He has been a steady performer and has shown improvement.” Selmer notes “He always hustles real well and he Is our only starting lineman on offense returning from last year.” Selmer was the Ilusker coach who visited Carlson in hopes of recruiting the high school hockey star to play football at Nebraska and Carlson admits Selmer needn’t have talked v e r v hard. “No one else really offered me a scholarship.” he recalls. “Minnesota told me I could come there and try out and if I made it, they’d give me a scholarship, but that was all.” Carlson was one of three football play Ts from h i s school who were offered football grants to Nebraska. “One went to Minnesota and the other to Wisconsin,” (’arlson points out. “but tney both got hurt and aren’t playing anymore.” How about his hockey, a sport in which he excelled as prep athlete’’ “I miss it.” he admits, “because there isn’t any hockey around here, but I try to get in a little game back home whenever I get home.” Recreation Area To Shift Hours In keeping with the shift from summer to fall outdoor activities. Two Rivers State Recreation Area near Valley, will have new operating hours. Effective Sunday, Sept. 26, the area will close at 8 p.m. Gates will open at 6 each morning. Starting Oct. 20. tiie Platte River bordering the area, and all lakes except Nos. 3, 4. and 5 (trout lake), will be closed to fishing for the waterfowl season. Lakes, 3, 4, and 5 will remain open to Dec. 1. Omaha Indians Face Strong Passing Power Omaha (UPD—-University of Omaha football players will be facing an offense laced with plenty of passing power this week as the Indians travel to Dekalb, III., to meet Northern Illinois. O.U.’s line contained a strong running game last Saturday night as the Bengels from Idaho State bowed. 26 14, to the Indians. B Opponent Needed | Plattsmouth — Plattsmouth i High School is seeking a Class Milwaukee Braves Eddie Mathew^s, No. 41. and Henry | B basketball opponent f o r Aaron. No. 44, walk up the ramp to the dressing room I Dec. 10 or 11, 1965. Interested BRAVES DEPART I after their final game at County Stadium in Milwaukee, i Xii# fifAve* iBW# to ikitoiito uenit jnmib parties should contact coach Lincoln High Harriers Whip Northeast, 16-20 Lincoln High defeated Northeast. 16-20, in a cross country meet at the Pioneers Park course Thursday afternoon. Mike Grass was first for the winners in a t ime of 8:10. 1—Mike Grass. Lincoln Hi)fh; 2—Carl Burkhardt, Northeast; 3—Dave Smith, Northeast: 4- Paul Duskin. Lincoln High; 5-Mike Knaub. Lincoln High; 6—Stev« Seiler, Lincoln High; 7—Tony Brophy. Northeast; 8— Harold Keyxer. Northeact Reseñes: Lincoln H^ 49 i I

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