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Fremont Tribune from Fremont, Nebraska • 8

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Fremont Tribunei
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"i 'vn 9 Nebraska Mo ves Stumbling Ohio Past State tre Dame tried harder last Sat- urday and by shellacking Texas Christian 58-0 vaulted back to the top of The Associated Press college football poll Monday The Irish whose 8-0 record equals had to scramble to nip Georgia Tech 10-7 Cotton Bowl official Wilbur Evans said the re- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS It's nice to be No 1 again-but Texas coach Darrell Royal is more concerned that if his Longhorns don't remain there they may find themselves watching football's bowl games on television The Longhorns after spending a week as No 2 behind No- Fremont Page 8 November Nebraska Works Toward Sooners to the top our chances of giving the fans the No 1 bowl attraction for the second straight but Texas still has to get by Arkansas to earn that bowl berth Royal expressed concern Monday that the late date of the Arkansas Texas hosts the 8-1 Razorbacks Dec 5 in what win likely decide the Southwest Conference title and the Cotton Bowl could result in the loser getting shut out of post-season pay as all the major bowl pairings would be completed by then But he quickly added he expected to be back in the Cotton Bowl on New Day adding: be delighted to play Notre A year ago the Longhorns squeaked by Arkansas 15-14 in the season finale then rallied in the final minutes to beat the Irish 21-17 Texas garnered 26 first-place votes to seven for Notre Dame and out-polled the Irish 816 to 705 in total points in the poll which also saw major shuffling among the remaining Top Ten teams according to the vote by a nationwide panel of sports-writers and sportscasters Nebraska 9-0-1 which pounded Kansas State 51-U moved np one notch to third place 11 points shy of Notre Dame and Michigan 9-0 a 55-0 victor over Iowa inched from fifth to fourth place with 682 points Ohio State 8-0 which heeded a late-game 30-yard field goal to edge Purdue 10-7 fell two places to fifth at 643 The second five were Arkansas up two slots Louisiana State also up two Tennessee leaping from 19th to eighth Arizona state from 11th to ninth and Sugar Bowl-bound Air Force up from 13th The second 10 are Stanford Mississippi Auburn San Diego State Toledo Dartmouth Georgia Tech Northwestern Texas Tech and Penn State: The Top Twenty teams with first-place votes in parentheses and total points Points' tabulated on basis of 20-18-16-14-12-104-8 etc turd By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Both Fremont and Omaha Tech advanced In the regard of Nebraska sports writers and sportscasters this week but Creighton Prep still bolds first place in the final Associated'' Press Top Ten poll of the football season Prep undefeated until last Friday 9-6 loss to Tech had consistently held the top rung of the Top Ten ladder during the season Fremont moved from fifth to third spot off its easy victory over Scottsbluff in the Big Ten playoff game But its margin was not enough- to oust idle Lincoln Southeast from-second spot Unscheduled Bellevue moved down to fourth position and Lincoln High slipped to fifth despite its 26-7 thumping of Lincoln Northeast Tech climbed from eighth to sixth ahead of Omaha Benson Lincoln East Grand Mend and Omaha Ryan The nearly complete agreement of the "sports observers showed only -one other team Burke receiving Top Ten votes The teams were rated on the basis of 10' points for first place 9 for second 8 for third and so forth Bags Robert Korth 1545 Keene Ave and sons Eddie left and Kenny display the buck Korth shot south- Deer of Columbus Sunday The deer weighed' in at about 200 pounds (Tribune Photo) Cardinals Demolish Five Bergan Stars Reach Golden Hatchet Club Status Fremont Men Report Success DALLAS (AP) The Dallasl i Cowboys fans who booed DonL thJuw mcn Meredith from quarterback to fTf to I I l-i LINCOLN ball Coach Bob Devaney told an Extra Point Club meeting Monday that the most important bowl game for his Buskers is the game against Oklahoma Saturday in Lincoln The Buskers have accepted a bid against an unselected opponent in Orange Road on New night But Devaney says Nebraska does not want to share the Big wight title as it did last year with Missouri Currently 9-0-1 overall and 00 in the conference the Buskers can round out an undefeated regular season and take a clear title by dumping thg Sooners Oklahoma at 4-1 in thq league could win a title sharebr upsetting the CornhuskerS And defeating Oklahoma Stated week later A principal reason the Corn-hushers Sunday accepted the Orange Bowl bid was to wipe out any uncertainty and permit coaches and players to concentrate on the Oklahoma tilt Devaney said Be described Oklahoma as "a young team been rising very fast and getting better cilery The Soonerf come-from-behind 28-24 win over Kansas at Lawrence Saturday "shows fine team morale end good the coach said Devaney noted the first time this season Nebraska will be playing a team which uses four running backs and that poses defensive problems And assistant coach John Melton in a scouting report pointed out that quarterback Jack Mud-ren is a good enough passer keep you Speculating' on Orange Bowl opponent Devaney said possible the spot could go to the winner of this Notre Dame Louisiana State game like to play the team which could enhance our standing to the great he said if we play as well in oiir next two games as I know we are capable of playing sure wind up in a proper place in the Foot- Tribune 17 1970 Tuesday To those who have suggested the Buskers should have postponed a bowl decision for another week Devaney said: anyone can teU me what the hell difference waiting another week would make I'll answer Be noted that the Texas-Arkansas and Notre Dame-Southern California games which could affect national ratings be played until Dec In Saturday's 51-13 win over a good Kansas State team the Buskers played their best all-around game of the year Devaney said Both the defense and offense were great and even the defensive reserves who had come in for some criticism in earlier games definite he said I-back Jeff Kinney should be sufficiently recovered from a left shoulder injury to play Sat urday as should Willie Barper who suffered a hip pointer Devaney lauded the spirit of unselfishness and unity among his players this year and said it has contributed to team successes These fellows believe in each other they believe in themselves They are good Namalh Decides To Play Again NEW YORK (AP) Quarterback Joe Namath of the New York Jets who certain about ids pro football future apparently has decided to play again next season Namath broke his right wrist five weeks ago and said at the time he sure about his 1971 plans for National Football League competition After having been sidelined for the last four games his attitude has changed way I feel right Namath said Monday want to play next season I've discovered that I really miss not being able to play That and the fact that I can play better than anybody at my position and want to prove that next and add 50 cents for mailing and handling charges Pittenger said priority con skieration will be given in or ders received to Dec 1 to NU students and faculty major contributing organizations season ticket holders of record former NU lettermen and travel agencies which normally have pro vided tour service for fans to Cornhusker in that order After Dec 1 orders wiil be handled on a first come first served basis fioffiak television out for help from the Monday night hut be want any part of the eatty 58 St Louis defeuCefUier LmSA STSff Pinning and Eugne A Bor York Giants in the Eastern Dir National dT jfiE tf C-S Conference In doing so St Louis rolled1 up its third consecutive shutout -something which hasnt been done in the National Football League in 35 years want Meredith we want Meredith The YMCA has scheduled the crowd I four practice basketball gam Four Bergalf football players joined the Golden Hatchet Club after a rousing defensive performance against Columbus Scotus in the Centennial Conference championship game Randy flanken Bob Love Bob Clark and Bob Vering aU finished the season with more than 300 points on a scoring system set up by the coaches Hanken led the Knights with 332 points Love finished with 331 Clark had 314 and Vering had 308 A recount of Ton Thierolfs performance before he was Injured put him into the elite dub with 301 Green Hatchet members (more than 200 points) are Jerry Huber (261) Bob 1 (231) and Steve Tines (208) 31 pass receptions broke tin old school record of 27 for one season The Knights' 20 pass interceptions set anoth er team standard Thierolf lead the team in interceptions with four Huber and Tom Kelly had three each CkiiotL Chicago at Cincinnati New York at Philadelphia Atlanta at Portland Milwaukee at San Diego ABA East Division WL PctGB Virginia Kentucky New York Floridians Pittsburgh Carolina 11 12 8 6 6 4 4 5 7 16 10 11 744 706 533 375 375 367 3 5 7 West Division Utah Indiana Memphis Denver Texas 13 16 7 4 2 2 I I 10 II 857 825 338 286 154 4 8 Fort Monday's Results Memphis vs Texas at Worth postponed Only game scheduled Games Virginia at Memphis Floridians at Pittsburgh Indiana at Utah Only games scheduled chanted in the third period as I for Wednesday and three more the score mounted' for Saturday afternoon Meredith warm and snug in Basketball Sehedile the ABC-TV booth where I Wednesday (Jailer High) a color commentator said Methodist vs no way going down I em (west court) Congo vs there folks tell you First Lutheran (east court) Meredith who retired in 1968 Presbyterian vs showed good judgment Trinity (west court) Baptist vs The fierce Cardinal defense Good Shepherd (east court) smothered once fiery of- Satnrday (Grade Church) fense at every turn Meanwhile! Salem vs Con-Johnny Boland dashed 74-yards I go on a punt return for one score Methodist vs and ran 10 and 3 yards for 'two Trinity others Presbyterian vs The other-Cardinar tallies Fir Baptist came on a 48-yard double reverse by John Gilliam a 29-yard run by Roy Shivers and a 31-yard field goal by Jim Bak-ken St Louis now has outscored its last three opponents 113-0 It beat Houston 44-0 Boston 31-0 1 France outpointed Roger Zami! and now Dallas 139 France 10 Prs Basketball THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eastern Caafereace Atlantic Divtslai Pet GB New York 14 5 11 7 Boston 8 8 Buffalo 4 11 Ceatral Division Baltimore 10 8 556 Cindnnati 5 11 313 Atlanta 4 II 280 Cleveland 1 18 053 Western Caafereace Midwest Division Milwaukee 11 1 917 Detroit 12 9 907 Chicago 9 5 643 Phoenix 10 7 588 Pacific Divistoi Los Angeles 9 4 692 San Fran 8 8 500 Seattle 9 I 500 San Diego I 10 1 474 Portland I 12 233 Monday! Retadts -Baltimore 98 Cleveland 80 Milwaukee 119 Sail Fran 100 Buffalo 112 Seattle 103 Saq Diego 136 Portland Only games scheduled Games Phoenix at New York San Francisco at Chicago Atlanta at Los Angeles Philadelphia at Detroit at Pqrtland Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games' Baltimore at Only games scheduled 1 San Francisco st Boston By Tickets Moving Briskly For Orange Bowl Game Rifle top five shooters in the 5-bull target were Arlan Grover 90-lx Jeff Phillips 90-lx Tim Hoshor 79: Bin Owen 78: and Cindy Danner 78 Top five in the single bull qualifying were KeUy Pearson 47 Jeff Phillips 45 Brenda Philips 43 Bill Owen 40 and Todd Phillips 39 Mark and Jeff Schlautman and Steve Petertou each received their marksman medal Brenda Phillips received her Sharpshooter first bar and Cindy Danner received her Sharpshooter sixth bar Juh XtudsM Snrlse 7:16 7:17 7:18 Times Fremont Saaset 5:07 5:07 5:06 are for Tuesday Wednesday Thursday listed above For each nine miles west of Fremont add one minute For each nine miles east subtract one minute LINCOLN Nebraskans who want tickets for the New Night Orange Bowl game had better act fast Ticket manager JibrPittinger said the university has been allocated 12500 tickets But he received 12000 requests for bowl tickets before Nebraska was invited to the Miami Fla classic Some of these Pittinger added woe contingent on the Buskers going to another bowl Those who placed advance-orders need not re-order Pitten-ger said Orange Bowl tickets cost 750 except for end zone seats which sell for 6 per ticket Fans or dering tickets' were invited to enclose checks or money orders Passing Att Camp Yds Pet Smith 174 69 1094311 Matya 3 1 19 333 Receivlag Cght Yds Avg hrfey'i: Ate-: I 9 II 10 If 44 0 1 fery smooth' Nfery special Afery Canadian Sculpture Kut A Hairstyling A now concept in men's hair styling Private Booth by Glen Carlisle Appointments available for regular haircuts er styling -i i I'm Bill like in too many "BILLS" If this is your problem tilth 'Stop inr and sea mo In my yooro wilh CASH CREDIT in Fremont I have coqauled with and halpad mady paople with their financial problem i- (ASH CREDIT (ORP Military I Main 721-3670 Linoleum Tile Ceramic nip exportfy instaltaf by s' Topcolnc 3 BARBERS TO ERVE YOU Regular Haircuts too of course First Gent Barber Shop 224 North Main 721-9166 i 'a 0 0 17M 731-4MS BUIEdeit I I.

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