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26 Thff IJncoln Star Fridoy, Dec. T6> 1966 Senior Circuit Strike Wrong Hurlers Batters BASKCTBALL SCOREBOARD KMrnev Huron. S.D STATE COLLEGES 87, Doan« 77 OFFICIAL STATS RELEASED Cincinnati (i?) — The man the pitchers are most likely to walk intentionally is not necessarily the best batter as Colorado Rally Nudges Wichita Boulder, Colo. — Colorado University’s Buffaloes came roaring back from a nine-point deficit in the last seven minutes to catch and nose out Wichita State’s Basketball Shockers Thursday night 85-83. Two free throws by Bob the 1966 experiences of Matty Alou and Leo Cardenas tend to show. Official National League averages showed today that Aloii. the Pittsburgh outfielder, led the league with a .342 batting average but was walked Intentionally only four times. Cardenas, Cincinnati’s ace shortstop, drew 18 Intentional walks while batting .255. Richie Allen of Philadelphia, who took the league’s slugging crown with a .632 average and tied for fourth place in hitting, also had the pitchers pretty well cowed. Bauers with 27 seconds left _. ^ u- • ♦ settled the issue in favor „f; They walked him intentional- the Buffs. The Shockers, who led most of the second half, got one more chance but lost the ball on an offensive foul. Pat Frink and Lynn Baker took over for Colorado when they were trailing 62-71 and scored rhe nexi 18 points for the Buffs, with Frink getting 12 of them. Wichita also led through most of the first half, at one time holding a 7-point lead at 31-24 and going into the rest period with 38-.12 bulge. of COLORADO C> IH Bauers 7 21 Baker 11 12 Rebieh ti <» Knnk 7 15 Williams 0 Fait 8 Rfiwe MrMurry Totals 13-16 8.3 Totals Wirhlla Slatf Colorado Fouled out-Wichita, Armstrnnie, Reed Total fouls- Wichita Stale, 15, Colorado 13 AUeodance 5^00. WICHITA stati ; O F T Thompstui 7 4-1 Armstrong f» 3-4 Reed 6 0-0 Harris 3 .3-3 Mendell ti 3-4 McDowell 0 0-0 Williams 4 0-1 F T 7 3-6 17 11 1-2 2.3 6 1-3 13 7 3-3 17 .3 0-1 6 1 1-2 ;i 1 0-0 2 2 0-0 4 38 9-17 85 .38 45—8.3 32 53—85 ly 13 times. Meanwhile, Ron Santo Chicago batted .312 w'alked 95 times—seven times intentionally. At the other end of the scale, Santo’s teammate Byron Browne struck out 143 times to lead the league and Donn Clendenon- of Pittsburgh came in second with 142. Clendenon batted .299 and Browne .243. Jim Hart of San Francisco grounded into the most double plays, 23, and Sammy Ellis of Cincinnati served up t h e most home run balls, 80. P«ru 77 <0T> RIG EIGHT RuUers 83. Missouri 73 (OT) Iowa .State 87. Drake 77 Colorado 85. Wichita 83 OTHER COLLEGES I»uisville 104. Bellarmin« 55 Purdu« 98. .St. Joacph’a. Ind. 65 Clnclnivaa 59. Wake Foreat 58 Centenary 66. Rice 65 Princeton 91, Davidoon 68 Niagara 88. Iona 71 Western Kentucky 78. Pan American 64 NYU 76. Denver 70 Dayton 111. Tampa 64 i Howard Payne 93, Abilene Christian 72 Furman 63. Wofford 61 Southern Miss. 82, Mississippi 73 i Boston College 84. Alvic Club 65 Manhattan 81, Long Island 79 North Texas 72, Texas AAM 69 Texas Tech 57, Air Force 47 Arlington State 63, East Texas 57 j Baylor 92, Southwest La. 89 played St. I.a>uis 71 , San Francisco 57 Houston 111, Idaho -State 83 Hanard 94, .Amherst 62 Rhode Island 103. New Hampshire 58 STATE HIGH SCHOOLS Ansley 69. Thedford 28 Anselmo-Merna 67, Ansley 59 Arnold 71. Mullen 52 Arnold 72. Sargent 67 Arlington 67. Hooper 41 Baneroft 49. Decatur 44 Bartlett 65. Clearwater 52 Battle Creek 55, Elgin SB 49 Benkelman 53, Wauneta .30 Butte 74. Fairfax. S.D, 62 Chadron 31. Riwhvllle 43 Chadron Assumption 62, Alliance S.A 48 while Orlando Cepeda of St. Louis and Lou Johnson of Los Angeles both were hit by 14 pitched balls. Willie Mays of San Francisco continued to set records. He completed his 13th season in which he in 150 or more games and raised his lifetime total of home runs to 542-more than any other righthanded batter and second in the all-time total home runs list. Jerry Lynch of Pittsburgh improved his own record by hitting his 18th pinch home run and Tonv Clonlnger of Atlanta became the first pitch- i cSS',Is. “ er to drive In nine runs In i si a game on July 3. Greacen Leads Overtime Rutgers Win Over Tigers New York (fb-Bob Greacen scored 10 points in overtime, sparking unbeaten Rutgers to an 83-73 victory over Missouri at Madison Square Garden Thursday night. Bob Lloyd scored 35 points for Rutgers, but Missouri led until there were five minutes remaining. Rutgers managed to go ahead briefly before three points by Missouri’s Ron Coleman and two last- minute free throws by Bob Dimsdale tied the game at the end of regulation time. NBA STANDINGS Eaetern Division Won L m I Pet. Behind Philadiilphla . 27 3 .900 Boatoo ..... 21 6 .778 New York ............. 14 18 .438 Cincinnati .......... 11 18 .407 Baltimore ........ 7 23 .233 Western Division San Francisco . 20 10 .667 St. I»ul8 12 14 .462 Detroit 13 16 .448 Loi Angeles 11 18 ,379 Chicago 10 22 .313 Thursday’s Result St. Louis 116, Boston 114 4Vs 14 î4'/î 20 6 6‘4 11 Light-Heavy King Favored At 12-5 FACES TIGER TONIGHT RITTGERS Clark Stewart Greacen Lloyd Vatvano .Mll’kow Brit’le Goetz O F 2 6-6 0 0-0 4 6-8 12 11-12 35 3 6-8 12 5 0-0 10 1 0-0 2 0 0-0 0 Dodge 71. Howells 57 ^ Duncan 43. Petersburg 42 (^) Robin Roberts who pitched ; Einn 77 . Creighton SL 43 and : for both Houston and Chicago, set a lifetime major league career record with 502 home balls and Sandy Koufax run hails ana Sandy of Los Angeles became the first pitcher to lead the league in earned run average for five years in a row. Young Art Shamsky of Cincinnati tied a major league record by hitting four home runs in as many times at bat and veteran Ernie Banks of Chicago tied another with three triples in a game on June 11. Huron Rallies I Past Peru '5' Peru, Neb. (LTI) — Huron College of South Dakota Thursday night pulled out of a 32-34 halftime disadvantage to edge host Peru State 80-77 in overtime. Peru jumped off to an early lead and stayed out front most of the way through the first half, once by as much as 13 points. Huron caught fire early in the second half tying the game 68-all at the end of regulation play. Peru .34 34 9—77 Hui-on 32 38 12—80 Peru- Snodgivtes 25, Cain 17, Rhme 12. Tegelhutter 8. F.stc.v 4, Heine 4, Portrey 3. Ridenour 2. .Moore 2. Huron-Kraft 23. Baysinger 16. Warren 12, Kinkenheil 9, Brown 8. Peterson 6. Twias 6 Nebraska Band In Bowl —BUILT TITLE CONTENDERS— Cowboys' Tom Landry NFL's Coach Of Year Elkhom 50, Platte\1ew 40 Elsie 76. Arthur 47 Emerswi SH 59, Newcaa41e 45 Hershey 68, Wallace 52 Humphrey 63. Lind.say HF 54 Laui-el 62, Wayne 60 Long Island. Kan. 40, Orleans 39 hvnch 52, Page 41 Merriman ,50, Harrtaon 43 Naponee 27, Huntley 12 North Ixjup-Scotia 76, Greeley SH 55 Oakland 52, Scribner 51 Odell 85. Hanover, Kan. 42 Oxford 70. Cambriage 55 Polk 74. Genoa .56 Republican City 69, Fdlson 88 Shelby 43, Gresham 37 Sioux City Heelan 93. So. Sioux City 65 Snviier 53, Yutan 50 Tilden 78, .Meartow Grove 4« Trumbull 60. Marquette 57 Uehling 68. Prague 47 Uplanrl 62. Bladen 55 Waterloo .54. Fort Calhoun 50 Weston 72. Cedar Bluff* 54 Wisner 42. Stanton 39 Pair Deadlocked In CPHL Action Art Stratton of St. Louis and Alex Faulkner of Memphis are tied for the scoring lead in the Central Professional Total* Rutgers 27 29-34 83 M1S.SOUR1 Jones Johnson Brown Bennett Coleman Dlnsdale Plerick Chap’an Pinkney Milling Frazier Totals 32 G r 7 2-4 6 2-4 0 3-3 3 3-4 6 4-5 0 3-3 1 0-0 2 0-1 0 0-0 3 0-0 0 0-0 27 17-24 73 35 18—83 32 8—73 Missouri ............ 35 Fouled out—Rutgers, Stewart. Missouri, Coleman, Din^ale. ToUl fouls—Rutgers 20. Missouri 25. Cyclones Rally To Down Drake Ames, Iowa (^^lowa State rode the shooting of Don Smith and John McGonigle to a come-from-behind 87-77 victory over arch-rival Drake Thursday night. The Cyclones trailed the entire first half and were be- h i n d 44-43 at intermission. However, they took the lead 52-51 on a tip in by Raul Duarte with 15 minutes left, and baskets by Smith and McGonigle quickly increased the margin to 65-58. St. Louis ST. LOUIS G F Guerin Wilk’ns T'rm’I’n Caldwell Bridges Hoover Hudson Thorn Slla.v Total« Boston St. Louis 116, Boston BOSTON T 10 3-4 23 Russell 10 12-16 32 Havl’k 7 2-2 16 Howell 4 2-2 to S.Jones 6 0-5 12 K.Jones 2 1-1 5 Sanders 3 M 7 Nelson 3 1-2 11 Kimball 0 0-0 0 Siegfr’d 47 22-33 118 Totals 114 New York — Light , heavyweight champion Jose Torres, talking confidently of j a knockout victory, was a 12-5 choice Thursday to repel the challenge of former middleweight king Dick Tiger of Nigeria at Madison Square Garden Friday night. It will be a record-typing fourth title defense within a year for the 30-year-old Puerto Rican-born New Yorker, who hopes to gain Fighter of the Year honors with a spectacular victory over the 37- year-old Tiger. Tiger, a two-time holder of the 160-pound middleweight crown, could become the first fighter in 63 years to win the middleweight and light heavyweight crowns. Bob Fitzsimmons, the skinny Briton, won the middleweight title in 1891, the heavyweight crown in 1897, and Play; The University of Nebraska New York — Tom Landry, the man who brought the Dallas Cowboys from a haphazard expansion team to the threshold of an Eastern Conference title in seven years, has been named Coach of the Year in the National P'ootball League. .\ panel of 45 sports writers and sportcasters, three from each of the 15 league cities, made the selection for the .Vssociated Press. Landry breezed home by a comfortable margin with 19 votes to nine for Charley Winner of St. Louis, h i s closest challenger. Vince Lombardi of Green Bay and George Allen of the L o s .\ngeles Rams each got four. Otto Graham of Washington and Norm Hecker of Atlanta each got two. Five panel members did not vote in this category. George Hals of the Chicago marching band will make two Bears was the 1965 winner. appearances January 2 in the Sugar Bowl when the Corn- huskers face Alabama. The 160-member band will present a 10-minute pre-game show featuring highlights of the state’s Centennial Celebration. At halftime, bandsmen will play a musical tribute to the history of jazz. The band will leave Lincoln by plane December 30. returning home the night of the football game. JAN. 5th—8 P.M. ALL SEATS RESERVED Giants or a defeat or tie for St. Louis against Cleveland Saturday will wrap it up and send the Cowboys into the NFL title game against Green Bay, Jan. 1 in Dallas. Winner, an assistant coach at Baltimore from 1954 through 1965, did an exceptionally fine job with the Cardinals. Despite the injury to Charley Johnson that left the club without its No. 1 quarterback for the last half of the season. Winner kept ' the Cards In the Eastern Conference race to the last game of the season. A defensive genius at Balitmore, Winner bolstered the Cards’ sturdy defense into No. 1 rating. I Allen, whose shift from the i Bears to the Los Angeles Rams touched off a storm 'from Chicago owner-coach ‘Hals last winter, brought the I Rams from last place to a , . „ „„„4 ■ tie for second with Baltimore number of offensive forma- linebackers and ac- Hockey League, each with 35 ; points. 1 The statistics: I Name, learn (p g a pi* StrBtton, St. Txiuis . . ........ 20 11 2435 Faulkner. Memphis .. ..........22 12 73, 35 Melnyk. St. Louis ........22 11 2334 ' Beaudln. Memphl.a 2213 1833 McCreary, Houston .. ..........2114 152» ! Johnson, Omaha . . ........ 22 11 1829 1 Buchanan, Ok. City .. ........ 2017 1027 . Pronovost. Memphis .... 22 8 1927 1 Andrea, Onaha .. ..........24 1314 27 Campbell. Omaha ... .... 24 13 1427 ! MacDonald, Tulaa .. ........ 2313 13 73 1 Mickey, Omaha .... 23 81826 Veneruzzo, TuLsa ........ 2410 1626 * Boudna*. Houston ........ 21 5202.3 ' McKenny, Tulsa ..........24 S 17 25 1 1 Maki. St. Louis ..........22 12 1224 i i Gaudet. St I/>uis ..... r 12 12 24 Inglu, Houston . .. .. . 21 12 1123 Hall. Omaha 2471.3 22 Pansé, Ok. City22 615 21 LEAGl’K LEADERÄ DRAKE IOWA STATE Pulliam G 3 F 1-2 T 7 Smith G U r 6-9 T -28 Love’k 74-8 18 Duarte 24-68 Netoli’y 74-6 18 Fleming2 4-5 8 McCar'r 9 2-3 30 Ziegler 10-0 2 Cox S2-4 12McG’gle 12 1-125 Fox Vor’pich 00-00 Harvey 0 1-21 00-0 0 Tj’nagel 00-0 0 Bren’an 00-0 0 HartmanI1-2 3 Wright 0 0-0 0 Johan’n1 0-22 Odom 10-0 2 Goodman12-2 4 i Totals32 13-23 77 Kreamer Totals 3 0-16 34 19-30 87 1 1 Drake 44 33—77 1 Iowa State 4341—87 G F T 5 12-17 22 7 7-7 21 7 8-10 22 8 2-2 18 7 0-0 14 0 1-3 I 3 2-4 8 1 0-0 2 22-2 6 , 40 34-45 114 i 30 27 23 24—114 ! 37 31 30 28-116 i Fouled out—St. Louis, Tortnohlen. I Total fouls — St. Louis, 31, Boston 31. Attendance 4,423. Card's Roland Rookie Of Year St. Louis Running back Johnny Roland of the St. Louis Cardinals came into the National Football League with $250,000 bonus and an affinity for miracles. “It was a miracle that I had the opportunity to play, a miracle that I avoided injuries and now I’m hoping for another miracle — for New York to beat Dallas,’’ said Roland, chosen Thursday by the Associated Press as NFL Rookie of the Year. Roland leads his team in rushing with 665 yards and has completed five of seven passes on a defense-confusing halfback option. a I ley ^^ tion Men’s 280 Games. 600 Keries Jaii ! will be telecast live to Mexi- 12 first to knock out Tiger so I can win the Fighter of the Year trophy. Then I’ll go aft. er Cassius Clay. If I can’t get Clay then it may be Rog. er Rouse (the No. 1 light heavyweight contender) if \ get $100,000.’’ “Talk, talk, he’s whistling past the graveyard,’’ said Tiger, who never has been stopped in his 14-year pro career. “All I hope is that he means what he says about coming out fighting. If he doesn’t run, it should be a real good fight. Fll be coming after him.” That’s the only way Tiger fights. He comes in on a straight line, looking to out- punch his foe. Torres is counting on that and it’s unlikely that he’ll meet Tiger head-on. Those who have usually found them- the comparatively new light selves on the floor. The op heavyweight championship in ponents who have moved 1903. The prospects of a s 1 a m bang fliiht may lure a crowd of 15,000 and produce a gate of $125,000 at $5 to $20 prices. The 15-rounder will be tele- • cast by Madison Square! Garden-RKO General Sports i Presentations, but New York will be blacked out. It also I Fouled out—Drake, Pulliam. Iowa State, Duarte. Total fouls—Iowa State 20, Drake 21 . Scantlebury Tops Tom Scantlebury leads Nebraska’s freshman basketball for the three games as the Huskers have averaged 102.3 points in the trio of wins. The statistics: GOALiv: Ron Buchanan, Ok. Qty 17 assists : Art Stratton. St. Louis 24 P9NALTIKS IN MINI TES: Real Lemieux, Memphis 103 LEADING GOALIE; Wayne RuUedae, Omaha 3.46 (oals-aaainst average SHtiTOl^TS: Rog Vachtm, Houston and Bern Parent. Ok. Qty ................................. 1 FEATURf RACES At Laurel Player Scantlebury Line ....................................19 Gratopp ..............................19 f< It pf . 37 11-13 10 6-7 Ip Cauble Collins ................ Mann .............. McPherren — Aspen ........ Peden ................ Berger .............. Jones ................... Brown ................. Torrens ............... ■Andersoo .......... Nebraska Totals Opponents' Totals .,11 .10 .. 8 .. 7 .. 5 .. 5 .. 2 .. 2 .. 2 .. 0 . 2 129 93 6-9 4-5 4-6 6-9 1-3 2-2 3-4 1-2 1-3 1-2 4-4 (H) 50-73 48-83 44 26 24 22 15 12 13 S 5 S 4 4 «3 301 81 234 4.20 3.00 7.60 2.40 4.20 3.40 UDITOmUM tions and defensive moves, formerly played and coached the defensive backfield for the New York Giants. He came to Dallas when Clint .Murchison acquired the franchise in 1960 and signed a new contract in 1964 that runs through the 1974 s e a- son. He played his college ball at Texas and was with the New York Yankees of the old All-America Conference before he moved to t h c Giants. The native Texan has built Dallas from an 0-11-1 record in 1960 to a second-place finish in 1965. This year the Cowboys have been out front or just off the pace all season. The combination of Dan Reeves and Don Perkins running and the passing of Don Meredith to flashy Bob Hayes, backed by a tremendous defense built around tackle Bob Lilly, has brought Landry within reach of his first title. A win or tie at New York Sumlay against the hapless quired Green tack. Tom Moore Bay to help from the at- Deenon Doux Lucky Powell Prince Afoot At Tropical Park Zipperpedium 17.80 8.60 I Someticeo 3.20 Tile Hack At New Orleans Teozirui n .............. 4.00 2.80 2.40 Sir Goybrook ........................... 3.40 2.60 Mike’s Red ........................... 2.80 S.2Ô 3.00 18.80 CITY BASKETBALL Thursday’s Resutls Schmieding Falcons 16. American Store# IS; Biad( Shirts 36. SateUites 19: Green’s Furnace 71, Claytoo House 19: National Bank of Commerce 40, Salem Oilers 30, TTie Gtxwp 50. State Farm 44; Weaver Potato Chips 41, S Independents 37; Cerevicee 58. Tigers 43: Bearcats 28. Minutcmen 26. Hunting Clock Wyoming College Tips JFK Cagers, II4-79 Wahoo iJ^Northwest Comm u n i t y College, of Powell, W y 0 ., making a victorious tour through Nebraska, added John F. Kennedy to its bask e t b a 11 victims Thursday night, 114-79. Northwest led, 59-34 at the half. ! Northweat SB 88—114 i 17 Kennedy 34 37- 71 1 jg Northwest—J. Johoeon 31, Piercey 19. ; 19 G. Jolmeon 12. Jederson 10. Moore 11, ' Key 14, Siunueison 4, Beaeley 3. Birindin 21 3, Morria 3. Klot* 2, Bradley 2. 22 Kennedy—McKeRon 38, Smith 9. HIU 7.! 23 McVey 6. SandqihA 3. Rk* 2. 24 Shooting hours tor deer and turlwy are one-half hour before auarlte to one- half hour aRcr sunset. Hours for WUson's snipe, rails, sad galltaules are suarlae to sunseL AU other gsms may be taken from oae-half hour before sunrise to sunset. The following applies to shooting st any point In Nebraska that is due north or due south of each of the cities and towns. For each 13 miles west of each city add one minute, and for each 13 miles east subtract one mlnuta. Valentins and Scotlsblulf schedules are Mountain Time. All others are Central Tim«. Hunters should set their watches sccoriUng to the lima xona In which they are Rohrig, Falls City Meats. 242. At Tony’s Ranch Bowl—Oak Valley: I.,eRoy Busboom. Fire Dept., 236: Bob Bice. NC Plus. 237-607. At Plaza—Travelers; Warren Firestone. 7-Up, 607: Jack Bruner, Koeer Supply, 635: A1 Kahler, Bills Shoe Htw- Pital. 234—604: Lancaker; Lowell Hoyt. Bankers Life. 623: Hugh Hembry, Bankers Life, 615: Bob Church, Havelock Save-A-More, 609: Will Teel. Uncoln Office Equipment. 633. At Bowl-Mor — Thursday Night Mixed: Ron Lierfelt, Easy Five. 234; American Legion: Berle Copas. Bowl- Mor Lanes. 236-€38. At Hollywood — Cosmopolitan: Wren Settell, Lincoln Aviation. 258-237—659; Gary Hansal, Lincoln Aviation, 247-649: Stan Tyrrell,. Sampaon Const., 243: Larry Menebroker. Badgett Music, 237: Carroll Knight. Hollywood Cleaners. 237: Miracle Mile: Norm Blotk, Hollywood Bowl, '232-«37: Ed Wegner, Brunswick No. 1. 24«: IBEW- Vireil Reuter. Energy Enterprise No. 2, 65»; Gordon Polak, Fkiergy Enterpri.sc No. 2, 233: Bill Wisbey. Local 1»5, 235: VA Howpital: Ixmell Ueckert. Engineers. 603: Leon Conrad. Nursing Service, 245. At Parkway — Shrine: Ed Sexton, Team No. 4 , 233. Satellite: Dale Wismer, Garcia-Damian. 233. Women’s 200 Games. SIS Series At Northeast—Mixed: Wilma Christensen. Eight Balia. 200; Thelma Barber. Challengers, 202. At Plata—Plaza Mrs: Janis Jackson. Alma’s Beauty Salon. 300-559; Beverly Pawless. Young’s Plaza Drug, 226—543; 85 I Mary Maguire. H<* Nob, 525: Deloris 44 i Teyer, H(* N<*. 209-555; Marlene Becker,, Ftink Machine, »5; Midtown Church: Joyce Loucki. Friendly Four, 525; Ellen Hadley. Trailers. 211. At Hollywood — Non-Max: Dot Nett- feldt, Ccnnmonwealth Electric, 203-ai6— 596: Marge ProjH>, Commonwealth Electric, M9: Bette Jarrett. M.O Beezley NNL. 212—547; Viv Settell. MO Beezley NNL. 313: EveLvn Aim, Jc*n Carter te Son. 222—540; Shirley Gaylor, John Carter Sc Son, 213--542: Betty Yakei. Norman’s Home Furnishings, 202-204—552; i Lil Albert, Norman’s Home Furniihings, 1 243—547; Ruby Dill,. Ncrnuui’s Home ' Furnishings. 215—526; Shirley Busboom, { GIdbe Laundry, 234—566: Madaline Sund- I ling. Globe Laundry, 203: Pat StudnicAa, Globe Launciry, 226-206—570; Jean Merriman, Globe I.aundry, 201—546: Charolette Selk, Settell's Letter Service. 2(»—579; Aim Shunkewller, Settell’s Letter Service. 567; Clara Walker, Garcia- Damian, 204—547; Ginny Engel, Gar- cia-Damlan, 550: Betty Greenwalt, Garcia-Damian, 309—5^; Maxine Jackman. ValenUno’s. 200-573; Eva Harig. Val- enUno’s. 545; Housewives No. 3; Mad- York elyn Tavlin. LudUe Du«r, 538; Patsy ; Chicago .SohUke, Lucile Duerr, 201-234—614; Irene Toronto Hansen. Donut Sto*>, 543: Bernice Bryant, Alice’s Restaurant. 529; Jean Laux, Fill Oub, 533: Betty Wilken. ailrley's Salon, 219; Rockett««: Helen Coop^, leo’s Derijy. 51K; Breakaways: Pat Graham, CraiApoUi. 200 .At Parkway — Huskerette: Marilyn Drew, Decaturs, a». PSEB: Lu Craig, Team No. 8. 202. Parkettes: Jerry Tfarka. Mr. ’B* IGA. 531; Carol Tabei, 9th 4t L Drive-In. 207, Parkway Belle*; Sharon Mathena. The Kef. 214- 529; Ruth Sievers. Randolph Motor, 311. CO and on tape later to other foreign countries. Starting time is 10 p.m. EST. around Tiger have won. Tiger’s last three losses, to Joey Giardello, Joey Archer and Emile Griffith, were two fighters who outboxed him. It will be Tiger’s first start since he weighed 1«) pounds and lost his middle weight title to welterweight champion Griffith. Tiger was floored for the first time in his career. He’ll probably weight be tween 164 and 168 pounds to Torres’ 175. Tiger will give Torres has been guaran-; away age, weight and height teed $75,000 or 40 per cent' —5-foot-lO to 5-8, and reach of all receipts. Tiger will col- 74 to 71—but he won’t be lect 20 per cent of all re- handicapped in desire, ceipts. Tiger’s record is 53-15-3, In- Already conqueror of: eluding 25 knockouts. Torres’ Wayne Thornton and Eddie | record is 39-1-1, including 27 Cotton by decision and Chic! knockouts. His only defeat Calderwood on a two-round kayo in title fights since Jan. 1, Torres will go into the record book for his fourth de-! fense of the 175-pound championship within a year. The j light heavyweight record was < set by Maxie Rosenbloom in; 1933. “I expect to knock h i m out,” said Torres. “I may get him in the first round, i the fifth or the 15th, but I’ll get him. I want to be the Wrestling Midland 32, Doane 5 123—Wittmann, Midland, pinned Chin in 1:23; 130—Tari Eteiley. Midland, pinned Coulter in 1:24; 137—Patram, Midlawi. dec. Lutz. 9-7: 145-Read, Midland, dec. FMsmo, 6-2; 152—Doane, Doane, won by forfeit; 160—Shada. Midland, dec. Miller, 7-6: 167—Huff. Mldlwid, pinned Smith in 6:30; 177—Ross, Midland, pinned Cathey In 2:20; Hwt—Brown. Midland, dec. Bell, 6-3. HOCKEY NATION.AL LEAGUE W L T Pts. GF GA Montreal BMton Detroit Thursday’s Result Detroit 4. Boston 0 OMaka Uaeebi M m - Son- Smm- Iu­ ris« Set rise set Oraal Ner<li Nerfs» Islaai natte Msn- 8u* Sen- Su- S db - S u - riae set rite set rise set SUNU1E-SUN8ET SCHEDULE 7:43 4;» 7;44 4:5« 7:44 4:36 7:45 4:37 7:4.5 4-57 7:48 4:57 7:46 4:58 7:47 4:58 7:47 4:5» 7:45 ' 00 7:45 5:01 7:46 5:01 7:46 S:Oi 7:47 5 02 ?:48 5:02 7:48 5:03 7:49 5.03 7:49 S-.04 7:51 4:59 7;K 5:00 7:M 5.00 7-53 5:00 7.54 5:01 7:54 5:01 7-.5S S:(a 7:55 S;03 7:58 5:03 7:52 5:06 7:52 5.06 7:53 5:07 7:53 £:07 7:54 5:08 7:55 5:M 7:55 5:M 7:56 5:09 7:56 5:10 8:02 5:15 8:02 5:15 8:03 5:1« 8:03 5:18 8:04 5:17 8:05 5:17 8:05 5:18 8:0« 5:18 8:08 5:1» Meutala ValMtiu Saa- S ob rite set 7:07 4;09 7:07 4:09 7:08 4:10 7:09 4:10 7:09 4:11 7:10 4:11 7:10 4:11 7:11 4:12 7:11 4:12 MeutalB Bcetts- Muff S bb - Sunrise set What’s New !n Uncoln, illustrated feature Storlet In the “Sunday Journal and Star” keep you informed. OPEN BOWLING Weekdays before 6.. .25c After 6 & Sat., Sun. . .40c Snooker Bowl North 48th a Dudley434 7131 was a fifth round knockout by Florentine Fernandez in San Juan, P.R., May 26, 1963. The left-hooking Fernandez had been knocked out in the sixth round a year before by Tiger. The bull-necked Cuban dared to fight Tiger head-on. “I just hope Torres comes to fight,” said Tiger. HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL Friday, Dec. 16 8 P.M. PERSHING Auditorium LINCOLN HIGH Vs LINCOLN NORTHEAST Reserve game 6:15 P.M. Adm. $1.50, Children 12 & Under or Junior HS with identificotion 75c. Students from non-participating HS 75c with octivity ticktt. Without activity tickot $1.50. 7:18 4:24 7:18 4:25 7:17 4:25 7:17 4:25 7:18 4:26 7:1» 4:26 7:1» 4:27 7:30 4;r 7:30 4:28 VANDERBILT INVITATIONAL BASKETBALL FROM NASHVILLE, TINN. EXCLUSIVE BROADCASTS KLIN 1400 K.C. Friday, Dec. 16th, 6:50 PM Saturday, Dec. 17th Final menean KEROSENE LAMP • ^òecoratiue • jPracticai • Ck een^ Full size, 18” High! 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