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I tmitnifiuiit! May Be Wrong iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiinsittiiiiiiiiiiiHiiit By Don Forsythe Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star May 7, 1967 3 A fellow know what to believe the day after an election. The rumors start flying the minute any semiofficial returns are made public. and are the games of the day. Like Wednesday. The first was who was out at Holmes Park this morning blow ing snow off the Would you believe Jim Ager, director of parks and recreation? Well, that was the winning answer.

And a making the rounds was what the mayor's weekly meeting with his department heads is going to be you guessed batting The whole thing ties up with the sports background of new Lincoln Mayor Sam Schwartzkopf. In Good Company His Honor earned both football and golf letters at the I Diversity of Nebraska. It may not be right to tack a bandwagon label on a politician, even after a big win, but there seems to be room for suspicion when a fellow earns a major letter in the 6-1-2 and 7-1-1 seasons of 1937 and 1939 and a minor award in the 3-5-1 1938 campaign. But that group from 1938 reallv was something of a distinguished list. Included were Bob and Royal a 1 both of whom went on to play pro ball, and a fellow by the name of Paul Goetowski, who has had considerably more success straightening bones than he did crushing them.

And Sam was in swift company right among i mates at tackle. Historian Gregg McBride recalls, had fine tackles during those years, including several who went on to play pro Browne, an assistant coach under Biff Jones, Sam as MU gridder recalls that lack of speed was problem as a player. "He have the speed to make all-America, but he was a good sound football player the kind a coach likes to deal he says. The scouting report on Sam would have read, fast, but As I remember he was always one of the last ones on the train when we made our trips. He never missed it, but he might have made it on the says Browne, noting that there was never any worry Sam was just saying goodbye to Dorothy.

Good Man Ip Front Whether or not those football days, which included playing in the East-West Shrine Game in 1940, will have carryover value as tackles the problems in City Hall remains to be seen, But there are hints they will. was niee to have him up recalls back Herm Ronrig. And the new mayor has compassion. Younger brother Eddie was what you call a guard, a sophomore when Sam was a senior. I remember going up to Biff before our game with Minnesota and asking him not to play Eddie because he was too Sam says, noting that the Gophers had a huge 240-pound tackle.

It seems like that's right out of the politician's handbook look out for the STAFF PHOTOS BY WILLIS VAN SICKEN Hen Gregory (22) skirts past the Bob Best (27) in right panel, then for first touchdown in the left panel. The play covered 58 momentarily loses the ball in the center panel, but recovers to race away in the fourth quarter. Husker Gridders Behind Expectations By HAL BROWN 70 to 75 football players who will be invited back next fall to try for a fifth straight Big Eight championship for the Huskers were promised Saturday a busy fall session prior to the Sept. 16 opener at Washington, had hoped we would make more progress than we did this NU football leader Bob Devanev observed in the press box at Seacrest Field Saturday afternoon as he watched the waning minutes of the 16-14 victory over the Whites in the annual intrasquad game winding up spring drills. had hoped to settle on starters at several positions, which we able to he continued, we had hoped to make more progress in installing the I However, while not being entirely satisfied by the fruits of the spring labors, Devaney was able to find some bright spots.

because we didn't get everything done we wanted to do mean we have a good spring practice Devaney said. think our hitting was good and our attitude was good all during spring The Husker coach placed much of the blame on himself and his aides for not making the hoped for progress this spring. think we may have tried to put in too much new stuff with too many inexperienced he pointed out. particularly hampered our offensive progress. will have a lot of work to get done next fall before we are ready to open the season.

There are several things we still have to add to our offense. instance, we get any reverses put in off the I formation this spring. going to be a busy One of the starting spots that will stili be up for grabs when the Huskers regroup next fall is quarterback although sophomore red-shirt Frank Patrick made a strong bid Saturday, leading the major offensive thrusts for the Reds in the first half and for the Whites in the second half. showing was Devaney agreed. looked good today, but wait until fall to make a decision on our This means Patrick, A1 Fierro and Ernie Sigler will continue their battle for the signal calling duties when fall drills open about Sept.

1. Devaney also agreed that once again, as it had done all spring, the defense came out on top. the offense showed some he noted. offensive lines gave the passers fairly good protection today. still not satisfied that the offense improved enough during the spring.

There are some spots that we have to iron out. For instance, we have some problems between our quarterbacks and center Roger Kudrna in exchanging the ball. know whether the quarter- fault or but going to have to straighten it out because they are bobbling the ball around in the center Individually, Devaney figured Ben Gregory and Joe Orduna well on occasion. And Buster Yannon came up with some good The Husker coach expressed disappointment in Dick problems in catching the ball. Texas Tech football coach J.

T. King, who appeared on the NU clinic program for high school coaches this weekend, viewed the Saturday contest from the press box and went away impressed, by the Husker defense. came up with some big plays on he commented. "And both sides were very King also was impressed by Patrick, noting, has the physical attributes for a top quarterback and when he picks up the experience, he could be NewJninp Mark Glendale, Calif. Jerry Proctor, a senior at Muir High School in Pasadena, set a national high school long jump record of I 25-634 Friday night.

GOOD SEWS! ROHLING POOL TIREES at Snooker Bowl KartS ttlh A Dad ir 45 4-MB Factory Tire Deal Limited Time! DUNLOP Check Tour Tira Sice Get Our Trice GATES AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE OPEN BOWLING Every hay t.9f. to Midnight fSj BRING THE FAMILY ENJOY THE FUN HOLLYWOOD BOWL 920 No. 48th 466-1911 On tha Scottsbluff Nabs Meet won the Big Ten Conference track championship for the 11th time in 22 years in a meet postponed from Friday to Saturday here at Kearney Foster Field. Scottsbluff got repeat victories from Larry Schwabauer in the 440 and Bob Lu- bcck in the high jump and added up five first places altogether. Only one record went.

Scottsbluffs Regan Asher cleared in the pole vault (the only event held indoors) for only new meet standard. The track was left mushy by rains and there was talk of holding the entire meet inside. Grand sophomore Randy Butts was the only double winner, bagging both hurdle events. Team Scoring KcotUblutf Grand 57, Frr- BBMM Kearney 31, 31, Mot ook 231 Alliance 20 Columbua I s. Not folk 4, North Platte ON THE TRACK i 440 Larry Sohwabauer, Sootts- hiull, MX.

2-mile John Mull. IQ; 19.4 ttrst Ume run); 120 high Randy Grand lj is Mile Dan Alliance, 4 41.J; I Oil Steve Neff, Alliance, 10 4: KUO Ken Ocher. Hastings, 110 low Hutu, Grand Itland. 20.9 lasrry Holt. McCook.

23.1; Two mile Wacker, Jerry Hastier, Jim Edwards, Bill Ma 8 34 Sprint medley relay Kearney (Mika Greg Ingram, Randy Nelson, Harold Keller), 3 Mile relay Grand Island Virus. Jamie Fleming, Tim Schroeder, Steve McMahan), 3 880 relay bluff (Gary Plummer, Stan Keislg, Randy Bussey, Larry Sclmabauet 1 34 8 IN THE FIELD Shot Jack Armttage, Kearney, 51-1; Long Jump Ron Haubold, Hastings, i 21-6; Discus Dale WiJcoxen, Fremont, High tump Bob l.ubeck. Mutt. 5-10; Pole vault--Regan Asher, s-cilt hiuli, 13 51 record, old record by Terry Medjo, Grand Itland, 1963). Tigers, Cyclones Earn Big 8 Baseball Sweeps Big 8 Standings Okla.

State 10 2 Iowa St. 7 8 Kansas St. 7 5 Kansas 5 9 Missouri 9 6 Nebraska 4 8 Oklahoma 7 7 Colorado 4 8 Compiled From News Wires Missouri and Iowa State completed three-game series sweeps with single game victories in Big Eight baseball action. Doubleheaders scheduled between Nebraska and Colorado and Kansas State and Oklahoma State were rained out for the second straight day. Mike McFarland gave up only three hits, struck out 14 and received offensive support from Ray Thorpe and Gene Stephenson in hurling Missouri to a 2-1 victory over Oklahoma at Columbia.

The Tigers scored the winning run in the fifth on a triple by Thorpe and a double by Stephenson. The last four innings were played in a steady rain. Jerry Peterson hit a two- run single for Iowa State as the Cyclones downed Kansas. 7-3, at Ames. Catcher Cole Stimson had two hits for the Jayhawks, including a triple.

Missouri 2. Oklahoma 1 Oklahoma 000 1 6 Missouri 1 0 0 0 1 0 6 0 x-2 9 0 Ralph Rickey and Boh Mike McFarland and Gary Lear. W- McFarland L-RUkey (2-3). Iowa State 7, Kansas 3 Kansas 0 1100! 8 1 1-State 0 2 1 0 0 3 1 0 x-7 12 1 Slicker (6). Bmhard and Stimson; Moore, Rahm (9) and Van Moore.

Kentucky Derby Form Chart opyrigbl. 1967. bjr Triangle Publications Inc (Morning Telegraph) Chari bill Dawns, May 6. 1967 KENT! CKY DERBY CHART added, 93rd running The Kentucky Derby. all rare v-Sif 2 00.

Northern Dancer. Value second third $12.300. fourth February 14. 1967, with 162 Mutuel Pool Husker Golfers Win Triangular golfers ran their dual record for the year to 182 by downing Kansas State, and South Dakota, at Holmes Park Saturday. Medalist was R.

B. Lau of the Huskers with a two-over par 74. The NU frosh stopped South Dakota, 14-1, and now own a 2-1 mark. NU 10 2 Kansas State 4 12 Ron Schmedemann. KS (79), def, Charles Borner 3-0; Nick West, NU tied Pete (BO lMj.lli; Chuck Sweetman, NU.

def. Charles Shel- lenhurger 3-0; Lau. NU. def. John Graham (86), 3-0; Larry Mason, NU (76) def, Gerry Johnson (81), 3-0.

NU South Dakota SVally Marker, SD (78) def Borner 3-0; West. NU def. Jim Gustafson 2' Chuck Sweetman, NU, (77) def. Bob Rich 3-0; Lau, NU I (74) def. Mike Engelhart 81 30; Larry Mason, NU (76) def, Roger Southmayd 3-0.

NU Frosh 14, South Dakota Frosh 1 Tim Bateman, NU 80 def Steve Kolskud 3-0; Frank NU, (76) def. Dave Comestock 3-0; Jim Roudebush, NU def. Jim Long (87), 3-0; Gayle Breed, NU, def. Jim 2-1; Bob Baldwin. NU (81) def.

Kris Kober (91), 3-0. Windup Notes Among the fans who braved the threatening skies to view the Spring football game were Frank parents from Derry, Pa. Head coach Bob Devaney was made an honorary member of Innocents, a Nebraska senior honor society, prior to the game The crowd of 5,000 caught the concession stands a bit short with everything sold out shortly after halftime Larry VVachholtz was presented the Tom Novak trophy, awarded annually to the outstanding football at halftime Saturday. Making the presentation was Jerry Roberts Stuart Lantz was also a halftime honoree, receiving the Walt Dobbins trophy which goes annually to the most valuable NU basketball player. The award, given by Lincoln Elks Lodge No.

80, was presented by Exalted Ruler John Love. NU Rained Out Umpires Needed The scheduled doubleheader The City Recreation Depart- between Nebraska and Colo- ment needs umpires for its rado scheduled for Saturday summer softball program, afternoon in Boulder, Those interested should con- was cancelled due to rain. tact A1 Hawthorne at 423-2391. Horse Proud Clarion Barba Delight Damascus Reason to Hail Ask the Fare Successor PP 7 9-5 5 14 2 6-hd 13 8 2 14 5-hd 10-2 Gentleman James 10 13-4 Ruken 12-hd 134 Diplomat Way 4 Second Encounter 1214 Dawn Glory 8 2-2 Dr, Isbv 3 jt -2 9-3 8-1 i-m 1-2 4-1 4-1 8 2 9-1 12-1 12-2 7-2 3-4 14 2 hd IM 3 2 14 2 1 11-1 Field Master 9 4-IMs 5-1 13-15 124 Lightning Orphan 11 7-2 101 14 30.10 15.70 1.70 20.70 66 40 4 60 37 10 4 80 7.10 ft 7 30 £17.30 11 00 78.20 IM str Fin Jockey 5-hd 2-2 1-1 Ussery t-hd 24H Knapp 4-2 3-4 Shoemaker 6-2 5-2 4 Blum 8-3 4 hd Holmes 12-3 6-1 6-1 Bum 7-1 Campbell 9-2 9-2 8-hd Alvarez 2 (4 8 hd 9-no Sellers 14 13-5 102 Phelps 3 hd 102 11-1 Fires 112 12-nk Hartack 13-7 Pineda ,7 J4 Brumfield Time .8 1-5, 46 1-5, 1:38, 2 00 3 5 Weather Drizzling, Track Fast 7 Proud Clarion 6120 1100 Muinels Paid: 5 Barbs Delight is .00 7 3.40 In Gate 5 31. 5 31V4 Eastern Daylight Ume.

Stard Good. Won Driving. Proud Clarion, e. by Hail To Reason Breath Morn, by DJeddah. Trainer L.

Gentry Bred by JW Galbreath Proud Clarion taken in hand at start and brought to inside at once, conUnued to save ground to half ground, was eased out thereafter to launch his bid, was forced to circle his field when rallying entering stretch, engaged Barbs Delight a turiong away and proved best in a stiff drive. Barba Delight sent to fore at once, raced along inner railing while being well-rated, responded gamely when challenged to turn back Damascus in upper stretch end held on well in a prolonged drive. Damascus reserved off the pace for three-quarters, loomed boldly along outside on final bend to conUnue gamely to midstretch where he appeared to hang under extreme pressure. Reason To Hail improved his racing tB but eould not MHN top 1 to seriously threaten. Successor was always outrun and Ruken void of early speed, appeared in dose quarters Wav backstretch and could not menace Diplomat Ji top of and weakened badly.

Dawn Glory Ured 1 for aeven furlongs. Dr. was always far Flcld wide on initial turn. Lightning Orphan raced wide IIIIIIHtllllttiUIIIilllllllMttfilfHMIftHIIMtHHimilllflltllllKHIIttllttllMIIIHIfHftHlltlllllf iounbag Journal tinroln. MAIL-AWAY EDITION WEEK OF APRIL 30-MAY 6 I It Winter in May 24,000 miles or two years.

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9th FRff perking In let nerrti of Bowling alley Schwartzkopf An unexpected late spring snowstorm early in the week turned the state into a winter wonderland. Cattle grazing near Ft. Robinson illustrate the strange spring scene. Solons OK Stale Office Building Site In other business the Unicameral; accepted for introduction LB897, calling for the creation of an air pollution control commission; and sent to the floor LB726, permitting all levels of government to go into executive session (closed meeting) only on a majority vote of the body's membership. Health Fair The Nebraska Centennial Health Fair ended with resounding success after a seven-day run at Pershing Auditorium.

More than 90,000 persons attended the free show which had as one of its stars, Harold, the steer. Long lines waited to look through the surgically-implanted window in the stomach. The Nebraska legislature, by a 42-0 vote, agreed with the Legislative Council executive board that the new state office building should be constructed north of the Capitol building facing 15th Street, The setting of the site resolved a question that plagued the 1965 Unicameral. The block and one- half piece of land 1st assessed on Lincoln and Lancaster County tax lists at more than $170,000, In other areas, Nebraska Gov. Norbert T.

Tiemann indicated there might be backing for a petition drive putting the question of a partisan legislature on the November, 1968, general election ballot. Omaha Sen, Richard Proud announced earlier he would personally head such a drive. llltllllHIIIIIIIIIIMIIHIIttliilllllililllllllii Schwartzkopf Elected Mayor The proverbial election smoke cleared and Lincoln had a new mayor, Sam Schwartzkopf, who won his position by polling almost 4,000 votes more than the other two contenders. Schwartz- opf polled a total of 14,178 votes compared with Robert 10,956. Incumbent write- in candidate mayor Dean Petersen garnered 7,328.

New City Council members are Thomas Allman, Bill Davidson, incumbent Helen Boosalis, and incumbent Ervin Peterson, 14,717. Lincoln in Construction began with groundbreaking ceremonies for the Archer Daniels Midland Co. plant, said to eventually be the world's largest soybean processing plant Union College approved plans for a $670,000 expansion of the industrial complex An $830.000 development grant in chemistry from the National Sci- I ence Foundation was given to the University of Nebraska Superior scholarship citations went to 1,130 NU students Bruce Giles, Lincoln, was named editor of the NU student newspaper. The Daily Nebraskan 100 people attended a teach-in at the University of Nebraska denouncing the draft and draft pressure The City-County Planning Commission recommended denial of a request for zoning change at the northwest corner of 27th and South The Greater Nebraska Life Insurance Co, purchased the Federal Securities Building, 12th and from Over cash and Wolfe, 1 Inc. for $550,000.

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