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Page 14 The Lincoln Star Monday, 11777 Ferragamo peps West to victory Sports Digesl A Miami Dolphins player and training camp employes may be fined by the National Football League for associating with a suspected bookmaker, the Miami News reported in a copyrighted story. The newspaper identified the bookmaking suspect as former golf pro J. Lance Cooper, a Miami real estate broker, who was arrested Nov. 8 on charges of bookmaking, keeping a gambling house and conspiracy. The player was not identified. Other football Larry Jones, University of Tennesse line coach and defensive coordinator, has been appointed to similar positions on the University of Kansas football staff. He replaced Lance Van Zandt, who became defensive coordinator at Nebraska. Hockey Minnesota Fighting Saints president Bob Brown said he has found no local buyers for the financially-troubled World Hockey Association franchise which suspended operations Friday night. Players for the Indianapolis Racers, faced with the possible financial collapse of the club, agreed unanimously to accept salary deferment for the next three months, the team's coach and president told the Associated Press. Tennis Young Americans Brian Teacher and Victor Amaya Sunday reached the finals of the 575,000 Marlboro South Australian Men's Tennis Classic at Memorial Drive, giving each the chance to win their first major championship. Jimmy Connors turned back rookie Bill Scanlon of Dallas to win the singles final of the 5100,000 Birmingham International Inddor Tennis Tournament, 6 3, 6-3. Connors won 530,000, Scanlon 515,000 Chris Evert defeated Margaret Court, 6-3, 6-4, Sunday for the 520,000 first prize in a 5100,000 indoor tournament at Hollywood, Fla. Peter Fleming of Chatham, N J. and seven other players advanced Sunday afternoon to the finals of the qualifying round in the $100,000 Baltimore International Indoor Tennis Championships. Boxing A pair of Olympic champions, Leon Spinks and Howard Davis, each won their professional debuts in Las Vegas. Spinks, 23, of St Louis scored a fifth-round technical knockout over Bob Smith of New York. Davis, of Glen Cove, N.Y. scored a unanimous decision over Jose Resto of New York. Unbeaten heavyweight Larry Holmes scored a unanimous eight-round decision over Tom Prater Sunday on the aircraft carrier Lexington. Former heavyweight champion George Foreman faces Pedro Agosto in a 10-round bout Saturday at Pensacola, Fla. Other sports Ingemar Stenmark of Sweden defeated Olympic champion Piero Gros of Italy in a World Cup Slalom race Sunday. Detroit Pistons' forward Marvin Barnes finds out Monday if a judge will send him to prison for a probation violation or order the troubled basketball player to serve his punishment by helping ghetto children. Howard Cosell won the least favorite sports announcer in television poll among Washington, D.C. area viewers, according to a poll published Sunday by the Washington Star. The favorite was ABC's Jim McKay. Prep standout turns down $$ Sherman. Tex. AP Highly coveted high school football tackle Billy Don Jackson says the illicit recruiting offers are there fast cars, fast women, fast money and fast grades. But the 6-3, 247-pound high school All-American, who lives in a $57 per month upstairs apartment project, insists he's refusing each and every one of them. 'I have my pride," said Jackson, who has received more than 1,000 recruiting letters. "I can't take no handouts. It would hurt my pride as a man. And it would hurt Sherman as a school and a city. I will accept nothing from nobody." Jackson, 18. has trimmed his prospective list to six schools Southern Methodist, Oklahoma. Nebraska, Alabama. Texas Tech and UCLA. He has visited SMU and Nebraska and will visit the others before the Southwest NHL standings m L T PH. UP 6 Pti ldeli 73 43 ITS HI NV ulanflen W 7 5 153 107 A'lema S M 7 J1 IS W ny sinjmn it u in iff J1 LOW 7! 5 43 1J1 1 WiWwta 10 3 10 JO IS 17 vencwver SI I I Vf Colorado '1 If 171 HtrrH Own. W L T PH. f Woml 13 i 71 22 101 PrTiturp V U t M Hi 7 la Anaca II 27 1C It HI It Drtrort 13 S 31 IIKI AWmiglpr. 1? 115 171 W L T PH. VP 0 biid a i7 m ib to Conference signing date of Feb. 8. Dozens of recruiters have made the pilgrimage to the North Texas city and Jackson said some of them have indirectly offered automobiles. "These guys won't tell you they'll give you a car. They'll be real subtle. They'll say they'll set you up with a car dealer, stuff like that," he added. "A couple of them said they'd take care of my homework, give me a tutor, whatever. Make sure I don't have to go to class, things like that." said Jackson. "That ain't the life for me. Those schools are out of the running. I don't give them a second look." He declined to reveal which schools made the offers. Soword man lakes lead Beatrice (AP) - Reggie Bauer of Seward took over first place with a 749 in the singles division of the 34th annual Beatrice Bowling Tourna- 1 Stiar-ecof To9fa 3 375 7 Larry i r L "com 3 701 3 D.iitr 3170 i Ta-tirr. Tornado 3 070. 5. 06ert 01 StWd. 3.61 Damn 1 "we Bawrr Stored r,fl Geroae Hu&tWfl 0 L'"coln 1 30 2. Tom Emr J -i Vai9iTt 01 L"COl1 1 7 3 "T &rd Merrr and Oon lewse oi Wrrt He i aid Bei o.rfrt and ir ,-,-on. 'i:on 1774 SDic0fJei and Cna'Ki Ja-vm ot Sward 1 73 Buisoom Beatrice 677 27 13 4 m i m 71 1 T 147 14 74 7 X 135 1 Phiiedfiptna 5 Cotoredr. 2 wonreei t Lot Ansnei 0 P'-vDorjiti 5 Bu'toio 7 C"CpO 4 Toronto 1 CTfiand 4 Vancoifr 2 St LOUH 4 0rotf 0 mr Kiandm 7 Wifhinpipn 2. . a tnnta a Pmmurp J Biftaio 3 Colorado 0 my anpm 5 Cnicapo 7 Tokyo (AP) - Nebraska quarterback Vince Ferragamo threw for two touchdowns and fullback Robin Earl of Washington ran for a third as the West beat the East 21-10 Sunday in the Japan Bowl college football game. The game was played at Tokyo Stadium before a crowd of 58,000. Ferragamo tossed an 11-yard touchdown pass to tight end Don Hasselbeck of Colorado in the first quarter and connected with Keith Hardwig of Arizona on a 28-yard scoring pass in the second. Earl got the final West touchdown on a four-yard run in the fourth quarter. Ohio State's Tom Skladany booted a 51-yard field goal in the first quarter and defensive tackle Joe Campbell of Maryland ran 80 yards with a fumble by Missouri's Curt Brown for a touchdown in the sedond period to account for the East's scoring. Earl was voted the game's outstanding offensive player and linebacker Obra Erby of Arizona was named outstanding defensive player. Heisman Trophy winner Tony Dorsett of Pittsburgh was bothered by illness and appeared only briefly in the second half. Mike White of California coached the West and Jerry Claiborne of Maryland coached the East. KiMlln'i yardi -FG SMadanySI H XaaHIIIH aaataflaa Lietzke wins Tucson Open for Pro One of the smallest youngsters competing in the Silver Gloves bouts Sunday at Goodrich Junior High, eyes his opponent, while his coach gives last minute instructions. Gloves meet has 30 bouts Sellout crowd Bowl Tucson, Ariz. (UPI) -Bruce Lietzke got a second chance Sunday and he didn't blow it the way he did the first. In fact, the young Texan made one of the better winning putts in memory, sinking a 65-footer for a birdie on the fourth hole of sudden death the same hole where he missed a five-footer that would have given him victory in regulation play to close out veteran Gene Littler and win the $200,000 Tucson Open for his first professional victory. "Gene is such a great competitor," Lietzke said in victory, "that I felt a little sorry for him after I made the winning putt." Littler, one of the tour's oldest players at 46, hit his second shot on the par-4, 465yard 18th hole at Tucson National to within 15 feet of the pm and seemed to be in better position than the 25-year-old Lietzke. But it wasn't meant to be on this day for Littler. Lietzke, thinking his only chance to win was by mal ing his putt from near the ei.ge of the green, pulled his putter ail the way back and the ball went straight into the hole. "I don't know why," said Lietzke, " but I turned my back on the putt and I didn't know it had gone in until I heard the crowd roar. I'll say this, if I was in Littler's position then, having to make his putt, I- don't believe I could have done it or even come close." As it was, Littler made an excellent putt too, but his ball stopped inches short of the pin and it was all over. "Bruce is a super guy and he played awfully well all week," said Littler, a man who has won 26 titles over the years but who got his chance on this day only because Lietzke missed the easy putt on the 72nd hole. That gave Littler and Lietzke, who parred the first three extra holes, 72-hole scores of 13under-par 275. Lietzke. now in his third year on the tour, won a prize of 40,- x Bruce Lietzke WiOOO Gen" Littler. S22 900 Andy North SU 200 Tom Wa'son S9J00 Bill Mallon 57 267 VcCo-d S7 247 Don Sies 55 6 Tom Purtier S3 6 ! Ma' 1 1. 52 162 41 GeiBerger 52.162 Keith Fergus 52 162 Forrest Feiler, 52 162 Ed Sabo 51 390 Royer Waltbie, $1 390 Cra Stadier si 390 George Knudson SI 390 Gay Brewer SI 390 Bob Lurn, 51,390 Fuzzy Zoeiier 51 390 Lanny Wadkms 51.390 J C Snead $1 032 Caivm Peete si 032 Homero Blacas SI 032 71- 72-68-70781 72- 47-69 74 - 282 69 71 71 71-282 69 71-69 73 -282 71 72 7W9-282 69 73-67 73 - 282 7J-6J 72 72-282 70- 68-71-73-282 71- 70-71-70282 72- 69-71-71 283 7449-48-72-283 70 74-67-72-283 71-71 70 71-283 71 70 70 72 -283 71 73-68 71-283 71- 70-72 70-283 67-73-72-71283 72- 67-72-73284 7J-M-7J-71-2W 68 76-66-74-284 72 72 70-69-284 75-69 73-67-284 73.72-69 70 -284 72-70 75-68-235 71-72-68 74-285 72 70-68 75-285 73 71-68 73 -285 Carlisle nets double wins Omaha Lincolnite Dick Carlisle of the Sho-Rei-Kan School of Judo won the 209-pound weight class, the open class and gained third in the overall championship Sunday in the Junior-Senior AAU Judo Invitational at Offutt Air Force Base. Fonner eyes top horses Grand Island The largest allocation of stalls for this spring's Fonner Park horse race meet went to Larry Staroscik of Columbus and Larry F razee of Eads. Colo. Staroscik will have 26 horses for the 40-day meeting running March 3 through April 30. Les Horn's Ajic Jay. a stakes-winner of more than $50,000 last season, appears to be the Columbus trainer's best prospect. The 4-year-old filly has been a standout on the Nebraska circuit for the past Other Lincolnites placing in the meet included Rodney Whitehall, third in the 172-pound class: John Yoakum third in the 189-pound class: Jon Corbin second in the junior 7-8 lightweight. Julie Williams first in the 9-10 girls and Tim Roseberry third in the boys 11-12 lightweight class. NBA standings W L Pet. CB Ph.ladeiDhia 25 15 625 - NY Kmcks 25 20 .580 5 Bos'on 20 25 J00 5 Bu'lalo It 26 J81 10 NY Nets 12 21 3J0 13 Central Omsitn W L Pet. CB Cleveland 23 It 561 21 19 i25 2! 21 500 U II 21 22 75 22 Pacific OOisiMi Seattle Golden state Phrjermr W L I 2 15 26 15 7t 2B Frazee will nave 23 horses, including Balanced Ration. Bill's Comet and Senor Misty. Horses have been approved for the Fonner Park meet who are currently campaigning at Washington Park in Qncigo. the Fair Grounds in New Orleans and Turf Paradise in Ka-vas C'ty 115 i Wastittig'on 113 Por'i Detroit 121 Bu'talo 1 Chicago I An estimated 200 bones that received early approval are here training for the Fomer camoaign. Bosttn m, NY tun m att "tiiiadf'Biia 7 Nf Orleans 76 att San nton,o 122 Indiana 115 att ny n,r in Golden state 7. att Denver W Seattle 101 Atlanta 125 Portland 120 Cficajo 1IB .i8u 83 (only 9mes sctieciutefl Basketball scores Cmr.mnati 54 St Lours 5 Gormtm 89 St Ffancn in Y 1 77 &tO Wavnmgtcm 80 OuoufSne 7i Letman yi Wedpar Even n le Worne 72 SoctKVer ti 67 wwouftt 78 Notre Dame Lease A New 77 Carl (Personal or for business) Cornhusker A. j Leasing makes its possible to drive a brand new 1977 car the easy way . . . lease it. For more info stop or call today. 70th 4 O at Van-ice. fenKoc. CodiNoc. Mrcd fttnt. GMC Cornhusker Auto Leasing Co A mbmdiaiy rf Vanux PonUac Cadillac 70th A "O" St. m-i 1 Seattle (UPI) - One top NFL official calls it the "an-ticlimatic bowl," and everybody admits its more for fun than blood, but whatever its merits or demerits, the national football league's pro bowl will play Monday night before the first sellout in its 27-year history Nick Skonch, who supervises the NFL's referees, wasn't far off when he called the AFC-NFC matchup "a nothing game ... but one everybody will want to see." The Seattle Seahawks, who just completed their first year in the league, saw to it that the Kingdome will be filled to its concrete roof for the nationally televised contest. All 57,000 Seabawk season ticket holders were required to purchase a seat reservation last fall. Team officials had little trouble peddling the remainder for a full house The last football game of the season, which began with exhibitions last July, will break a 3-3 Pro Bowl tie between the two conferences. More than 550 persons watched 30 bouts Sunday afternoon at a Silver Gloves boxing program at Goodrich Junior High School. Twelve teams from Iowa and Nebraska, including the Lincoln Branding Club attended. Fighters were between the ages of 8 and 15. Another program is set for an undetermined date in February at the Moose Lodge. The results: Hastings, Adam Siopie Columbus, det , Grand "rain0 Dave Noll.' Onawa Iowa Rooo w John Winters, Omana Chapman del J ncoln, Oa'e ngs det Jotin pernn Randy Beckman, Chap Abbott, Lincolp Pick Crawford, Onawa Iowa det Juan Fuentos, Hastings Jack Furrow Lincoln, det Brian Blake Onawa. Iowa, Pat Smith Louisville del Kelly Wolf, Grand Island T-oy Smith Lincoln def Mark Robinson, Hastings Tom Suckett i r- c,- Onawa low n. Dann P Sander def Chns Killen Chaoma Earlandson Bolton Lincoln, man, def Terrv lowa Dave Weir Hastings det Dave Schnot def Tim Koiao Chapman Pau. 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