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Beman's 68 Leads Houston Classic 71 BY HOG AN, WEAT39 HOUSTON, TEX. (AP) Deane Beman battled,. gusty winds for a three-under-par 68 and the first-round lead in the $115,009 Houston Champions International -Invitational golf tournament Thursday. Ailing Ben Hogah stayed in contention with a 71. Hogan, 56, limping on a painful left knee encased in a big brace, had four birdies, two bogeys and a doubtetbogey 6 in his first competitive round since the 1967 U.S. Open. Beman held a one-stroke lead over Bert Greene, Bruce"Cramp-" ton, a transplanted Australian now living in Dallas, and Gibby Gilbert. Series High Scores generally were high on the tough, 7,166-yard course that was the site for last year's National Open. Orville Moody, who won that title, had a 74. Argentina's Roberto de Vicenzo, the Champions winner in 1968, had a 75. The group at 70, one-under par, included leading money winner Lee Trevino, one of the favorites for the $23,000 first prize. The others were Dale Douglass, Johnny Pott, Tommie Aaron, Gene Littler and Dave Hill. South African Gary Player, another favorite, had a 72 with bogeys on his last two holes. Arnold Palmer, 'Jack Nicklaus and Billy Casper are not competing here. Quick Birdie Beman birdied the first hole from 12 feet and canned another from the _same distance on the fifth. Beman rapped an iron to within 4. feet on the eighth, made it and .turned in 33. . He ran in a 30-footer on the eleventh, but bogeyed the fourteenth, three-putting. Hogan birdied No. 5 when : he pitched to within four feet. But he followed with a double bogey. He birdied from 20 feet on the seventh, but had three-putt bogeys on eight and nine. A NORTH TEXAS 6 SHOTS AHEAD Down Hogan's Alley Ben Hogan, playing in first golf tournament in more than two years, Thursday covers up after iron shot hit tree and ricocheted in first round of Houston Champions International tourney. Famed Bantam Ben shot par 71, three shots behind leader Deane Beman. WIREPHOTO (AP) pair oHive^foolrblrdie putts on 15 and 16 put him back even. "I must admit I was a little nervous," said the balding little man who won the U.S. and British ,0pens and the Masters in 1953. He played his usual down-the-middle game. "I'm a little tired," he admitted, "and the leg hurt like hell the last few boles." Asked if he had any observations about some of the younger players on the tour, he replied: "Some of them are a little off balance when they swing. Too much weight up top. Too much hair." Steve Spray pf Indianola, la., shot a 76. THE LEADERS Deane Beman 33-35—61 Gibby Gilbert 35-34-69 Bert Green 36-33—69 Bruce Crampton 34-35-49 Dale Douglass 36-34-70 Tommy Aaron ~ Abernathy: Iowa State In Running By Bill Hodge With four-year college scouts Hounding Iowa's junior college aasketball players for their services, the top attraction of the moment is Jim Abernathy of Grand View. The 6-fobt 7Ms-inch center, named all-tournament in leading the Vikings to sixth place in the national meet, has narrowed his choice of schools to Iowa State, Ohio University, North Texas State and the University of Hawaii. Abernathy, who averaged 16 points last season, met with Iowa State Coach Glen Anderson Thursday, but was not signed to a national letter of Intent. "Jim owes it to himself not to sign with anyone just yet," said Grand View Coach Dave Sisam."He wants to visit a couple more schools then make up his tention." Ellsworth's Bobby Murphy, the. league's most valuable player last season, signed with Minnesota. Burlington's Chuck Brakes and Greg Davis are set Lo join former coach Ed Sparling at Texas-El Paso, while Dennis Murray, Alex Williams and Gerald Fisher are headed for Illinois State. Martens Signs Kent Martens, 6-9 center from Clarinda, signed with Abilene Christian. Teammate Bill Bobby, Mitchell Dan Slk i Graham ....• Irwln .J.ecfc Fleck CYCLONE COED IN U,S, SHOOT By Ries Tuttle <Th« Refllitei"* Outdoor Writer) IOWA CITY, IA. - Three coeds, including Karen Lang of Atlantic, will be among the 144 shooters registering for the second annual Intercollegiate trap and skeet tournament at the University Gun Club near Tiffin Lang, former state trapshooting cham- today. Miss women's pion, will represent Iowa State University. The other female contenders are Barbara Bero of La Crosse (Wis.) State College and Donna Graham of Winona (Minn.) State College. Miss Graham won the women's individual championship in a recenF intercollegiate postal trapshooting me«t with an average of 85.1. Karen finished second with 89,6, Twenty^ven universities and colleges will compete in the two-day meet beginning Satur day, according to Tournament Director Bob Froescble of the Iowa Memorial Union, the tournament is sponsored by the Association of College Unions Recreation Committee. Practice shooting will fill out today's activities. Among the schools represented will be Yale University, U.C-UA., University of Iowa, Connecticut, Notre Dame, Illinois, Indiana, Army and The Air Force A«ademy. 3-3 NET MARK FOR DOWLING (The Register's Iowa News Service) INDIANOLA, IA. - Dowling closed its tennis season with an 8-3 record, Thursday beating Indianola, 6-1. Dowling's Mike Dwyer beat Rick Morrison, 6-4 6-2, in the No. 1 singles. By Ketin Hellyer Guy Cullins' nine-over-par 155 elped North Texas. JState^post six-stroke lead at the 36-hold mark in the Missouri. Valley inference golf championships Thursday at the golf and coun- fy club course-- 1__11_ Cullins shot rounds of 77 and fiT on the par 73 course and hared the individual lead with Greg Powers of Memphis State. Powers, whose 76 on his second round was one of the best of the day (five others carded the three-over total), staked his Memphis team to third place in the team totals, which are determined by the four best scores in each round. North Texas accumulated 631 strokes and stayed slightly ahead of Wichita State, second with 637. Memphis State is nine back at 640. Following Cullins and Powers were Bill Powell of North Texas and Gary Holland of Wichita, deadlocked .for third at 157. ,., Gary Bennett of Memphis State and Bradley's Bill Bannon trail with 158's, and Louisville's Bob Simpson and Rocky Waitt of Wichita State fired 159's. The final round of the 54-hole tournament begins around 7 a.m. today with the" low scorers teeing off first • INDIVIDUAL LIADBRS,,. Guy Cullins, North Texis .... .77-71-!$$ >reg Powers, Memphis State . Bill Powell, ^qrfh.Texa.i .... ... mind in a State still week or so. remains in Iowa con- __ Montana Curt Bralock with Lewis State Tarkio. Grand View's Bobby Hanson is reportedly headed for Stet- sop,. Rob Spivery to Florida Southern, Percy Baker to Simpson "and Tommy Chambers to Rollins, Fla. Fort Dodge's Geoff Roberts and guard Dan Agee are preparing to transfer to the University of Detroit. Ellsworth has 11 sophomores, including Center Nate Appleton (Rhode Islfid), Steve Posegate (Adams State) and Chuck Gardner (Kansas State at Pittsburg). Terry Nelson of Eagle Grove has signed with Mankato State and'B.ill Redmond of Marshalltown is headed for Dubuque, Guards Joel Teagarden and Steve Fagen of Boone are considering South Dakota Wesleyan and William Penn. eores OF ALL SPORTS Loras Baseball COLLKJE Hoover 8, Tennis CREATES DES MOINES ' Indianola I SlaTe 5, Drake 0 Dowling, o. (ni Mpmphis Slate s, Tech 1 St. Josei Roosevel Golf «EATER OES iphs 151. 1 sit 1«, North 1 Singles — Mike Dwyer (D) ng •rl! Morrison, 6-4, 6-2; Steve Paulson (D) bea Tom shantley, 6/1, 6-1; Marco La Cav beat Rod Seller, 6-2, 6-3; Tim Sullive Nahas-Douq Zaietel (D) beat Seilor-Draki 6-4, 6-0. Hoover topped Tech, 8-1, a Hoover. The Huskies' Rob Car son trimmed Dennis Brooker 6-4, 6-4, in the top singles match Singles —Rob Carlson (H) beat Denn Brooker, 6-4, 6-4; Jim Christiansen (h beat Dennis Rassumsen, 6-2, 6-0; Roy Pe dersen (H) beat Dennis Day. 6-0, 6-0; Ar Grotenfeit (H) beat Dave Hicks, ' ' ' ' Dennis Johnson (H) beat. Dan Wa Doubles —Greg Peterson-Merlin Mllle (H) beat Rassumsen-Broof ' • " P.ay.tPW Walker <T> ' ' 6-1 alker, 6- aieve a yam, /-a* DeMarls (H) beat rv, 6-0, 6-1; Dave Louftenhlt^. __. Carles (H) beat Skip Herrera-Tim Flow ers, 6-1. RIDER GOLFERS DOWN NORTH - Roosevelt, paced by Roger Stanton's 37, downed North, 160186, Thursday in golf at Wave land. Roosevelt (160) — Roger Stanton 37. Art Tall 42, Joe Engman 39. Ted Bowen 42. North (186) - Russ Darr and Jeff Smith 46, Gene Miller and Jim Donovan 47. Lincoln's boys upped their record to 8-1 with a 158-170 vie tory over Ankeny at Willow Creek. Lincoln's John Webb and Bill Taber tied for meda honors with 39's. ;i B v' Lincoln (158) — John Webb 39, Bll Taber 39, Chuck Reedes 40, Dana Pen' Ankeny (irt) — Rob Basham 41, E Thayer 42, Jim Goode 43, Doug Schreur Chris Cervetti and Misty Burke directed a 151-196 St. Joseph rout of Tech at Grand view. Both girls snot 34's to ti for medalist. . ke •« Cath St. Joseph oil) _ Misty Burk ist F?Vnn 2 Girb Tennis Tourneys Today Bev Buckley of Roosevel starts her bid for a secom straight girls state high schoo tennis tit,le today in sectiona competition at Birdland. Two sectional tournaments will be played at Birdlanc starting at 9 a.m. In No. 1 Lincoln's Nancy Roland is the returning singles champion Miss Buckley will compete in district No. 2. Winners of first and second places jn singles and double will advance to the state tour nament at Waterloo next Fri day and Saturday. The team entries: District No. l — Lincoln. North, Vallev Grinnell, Newton, Norwalk, O.L.G.C. c Fonda and Catholic of Pocahorrtas. District No. 2— East, Hoover, Roo»evel st, Jsssfih, SaydeL, Tech, Untlanal*, Char ton. ACBATWAKONDA Mrs. Gordon Cobbs, 3613 Wa konda drive, shot a hole-in-one with a 5-iron on the No, 17 hole at W^konda Club Thursday. Audubon ( . , 217 (girls) Track COLLEGE Northern Iowa Tlwnior varsitvi 6>. Ellsworth 66 Hockey o(-7 *teo-<.«.• • sane* 3-0. Stock Car RACES SAT, NIGHT MAY 9 State Fairgrounds First Race 8 P.M. 2 Classes Team Standings H Texas Statt /Ichlta state foments Stati llnelnnatl Bradley LAUisvlllf Orak* fuisa 5t..LouU Gar/ Hon>hdVWlchlta state /~ •*•« D&«nAtt AAjuvtnt^tei StfltC _ary Bennett, .-.. 3111 Bannon, Bradley „ M t -. Bob. Simpson, .Louisville lMl-159 , lockv Walft, Wlch t kv C n, L , Wl ta S Tex chita 2J-JH ...76-83-1 State ...76-83-151 as ....7644-161 Stan .W-80-1« — 160 Up Collins. North iteve Foulston, Wic Sonnv Fowler. Memphis state Brundage: ffl 'Bomb 9 Amateurism utdistance the field last year, when North Texas was second with 425, Given good weather, Drake's year-old Tartan track could -help -give • the -record book a major revision. Ten marks already have been bettered in earlier meets and two equaled. The athlete who might make the biggest splash of all isn't on ither of the title hopefuls. He Wichita's versatile Preston Carrington, who will have his ights set on a triple. Carrington should win the ong jump and 120-yard high lurdles, with record possibilities in both, and he'll be one )f the main' challengers to Memphis flash Gerald Tinker in the 100. Following is Ehrhart's form chart for each event: HIGH JUMP — Drake's Rick Wa- namaktr Is favored but it's practically a ossup with Randy Crady of Bradley, the defending champion,' Both have cleared 6-10 this spring and the Valley record is 6-8. POLE VAULT — Charles Shrum of Memphis State rates the edge over Jeff Swenson and Phil Cordina of Drake. None has reached the record height of 16 feel this spring. DISCUS — It's a two-man battle between Bob Vander Grift of North Texas and Dave Simpson of Drake. Vander-Grift is a slight favorite. TRIPLE JUMP — Cincinnati's Al Lanier comes In with the best mark, 48-5 that equals the record, but defending champion Bill Franke of Drake will be right up there again. He's been concentrating on the long Jump this season. LONG 'JUMP — Preston Carrington of Wichita is a foot ahead, of all challengers in earlier meets. His best leap of 25-9 is well over the record. SHOT PUT — No contest. Memphis State's Steve Crist can send the iron ball out 57 feet and no one else has done better than 52-9. JAVELIN — Another no contest. Bil Schmidt of North Texas, the Drake Relays champion, is capable of adding rnnfrrpnci / AMSTERDAM, THE NETH ERLANDS (AP) — Avery Brun dage, president of the Interna tional Olympic Committee Thursday said he had "an atom ic bomb" ready to explode next week—a warning that left many people wondering if the site foi the 1976 Winter Games would be decided at the meetings' in Am sterdam. The I.O.C. is due to selec sites for both the 1976 Summer and Winter games. Los Angeles, Montreal and Moscow are bidding for the Summer Games. Denver, Colo,, Tampere, F i n 1 and. Sion, Switzerland, and Garibaldi, British Columbia, Canada, are trying for the Winter Games. "I've got a bomb ready to explode next week about ama teurism in alpine skiing and ice hockey," Brundage said. There are men bragging about $50,000 to $60,000 a year from Alpine skiing while still claiming to be amateurs," Brundage said. "How can they be amateurs?" The International Ski Federa tion has had a running fight with Alpine ski bosses over developing commercialism in the sport Drake Netmen " ^^ - • • * J E - ' <i Stumble, 5*0 Henry Ladyman downec Dave Milligan, 6-3, 4-6, 6-0, in No. l singles Thursday as Memphis State topped Drake, 50, in tennis at Wakorida. Kevin Green of Memphis defeated Mike Hines, 6-2, 6-2, in No. 2 singles as Drake fell to an 8-4 record. All doubles matches were cancelled due to high winds. Slime* — Henry tadyman (M> be* '-MIIIIqan, fc% 44. 6-0; Kevin Green beat Mike Hines, 6-2, 4-2; Gary Ule: beat stu Baum. o-l 1M: Dava Ber ^k»WJJW!!8 Wise on A.B.A. Rookie Squac NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Willie Wise, former Drake standout now with the Los An geles Stars, joined most valuable player Spencer Haywood of Denver on the American Basketball Association's all-rookie team it was disclosed Thursday Also chosen were John Brisker of Pittsburgh, Hike Barrett" o Washington and Mack Calvin o Los Angeles. and Sportsman Gen. Adm. »2,QO — Ret. 13.50 TONITE 8 P.M. 55 THRU 70 LATE MODEL SUPER STOCK AUTO RACES SEE RANG STOTT & LEM BLANKENSH1P SAT. NITE I P.M. SUPER MOPIFIED 1JM JVIMTS 7 FAIKGEOITNDS KNOXVU4* IOWA NO AOVANCK IK APM1SMOH VAtLEY- Continued jffom Page One itle run while lacking in indi- viduaMavorites. " Record in Danger Best winning bets for the agles are Bill Schmidt, who hould~shatter the 2§Mo0t finch javelin record today, Bob 'ander Grift in the discus and Jove Goriez in the mile. Ak-Sar-Ben Cools to $34 (Special Dispatch to Th» Register) OMAHA, NEB. - The shortest daily double of the Ak-Sar- Jen meeting popped ;up for Thursday's twilight horse raping program. It slimmed down to $34.20 off he first-race victory of Pie- pann at $5.60 and the second- ace score of The First Visit at &40. The .First Visit is owned Cowboy Bob Ellis. Today's twilight program, with the first post at 4 p.m., has twin features — a $5,500 allowance race at a mile and 70 yards and a $5,500 5^-furlong dash in which Kathryn's Doll will be trying for her second straight Ak-Sar-Ben victory. , '' mark he established last year. 100 — This will be a contest, that' for sure, among Memphis' Gerald Tinke and Wichita's Preston Carrington and A Hughes. All have done :09.3. Ehrhart' choice: Tinker, who matched world in door record of :09.4 last winter. 220 — Tinker figures to score double. He's ripped off a :20.6 clocking ijid the next best is Hughes at :21.1. 440 — Drake would like to go 1-2-3 here, greatly enhancing its title bid Defending champion Brent Slay of the Bulldogs is favored, with teammates Mike Jackson and freshman Jim Cape considered the best of the other entries. 880 — Another Important event for Drake to earn points, and Ehrhart favors his own Dave Nauman. The Bulldogs' Warren Whitted also should be aong the top three. Dennis Stephens of North Texas owns the best reported time —1:50.2, slightly under the record. MILE — Drake sophomore Steve Johnson is the pick, but there's little to choose between him and Jove Gomez of North Texas. Both are running about 4:09. THREE-MILE — Lynn Lee, another Bulldog sophomore, did 14:10 early in the year and that would bi a record if repeated. His main threat Is Cincinnati's Dan McCrone. SIX-MILE — This Is the only I'un ning-event final today and Lee will be shooting for the first half of a distance double. .. 120 HIGH HURDLES — Wichita' Carrington thundered to * :14-flat last weekend, making him the man to beat It also makes it tough on Drake' defending tltleholder, Tom Graves whose spring best Is :14.3. Scott Sharpe of the Bulldogs has done :14.1 but he* questionable because of Illness: 440 INTERMEDIATE HURDLES Cincinnati's Scott Stargel is the narrow choice over Jimmy Jones of Nortl Texas. Both can run this difficult even In about 53 seconds. 440 RELAY — The sprinters from Memphis and North Texas will fight it out at the head of the pack. Ehrhart likes Memphis. Both have the talent to smash Drake's :41-flat record set two years agoi . MILE RELAY — Drake's stable of quarter-miters should runaway from the field, probably under the 3:13.5 record. Dave Nauman, Warren Whitted, Ray Dunn and Bcent Slay art all back from 1st year's winning lineup. THE DAY IN WASHINGTN J,soo, milt.... "lepann (Durousseau Youngs Allbhal (Smith) - ' 2,501, 6 furlong: l6e Plrst V- longs: (sit (Cald ill (Coop) mfArrn! I IIIIC, I i I I JO. :ate Admiral, Fl Me, Mr Bookke "iJlS^TrlDleSi S.60 3.20 2.60 11.80 7.00 fast. Also ran 3 '!, Fiy!nflph.ere,-B!r. irveedee, ACE - $2,100, 4-up, claiming : lghtlng Phi •raska Ji... me, 1:11 3 Calderon) 9.40 6.1 iop) 11.1 rmsfrong) 4.20 4,20. Also ran — One Jax, ck ester, prings, Hooplt De Hoop. numbers 7 and 1) . — llet De Sola, L Deeper, Bold Jes , y Para Fight- Ids? laatoora's Sister „ Mdesplume (King) Summer Baby (inda) Time, 1:13 1-5. Also ran Jrokers Joy, Miss Perfecr ray, i -ady, Junior Foy, Marlena's Story, borough, Mike's Gal, Chamollo. toora's Sister (Jones) g) .ida) Also ran — Helen's ML... Miss.Perfect. Pay, Omaha 7.60 4.40 3. 7.40 4.: Note, Bom 7.80 4.60 3.80 6.20 6.60 n, Better claiming, etersen) Boy, 15.40 searchus - lowance. « furlotwst 'urchaser (Durousseau) 4.20 3.i Reason to. Pat (Frederlcksen) 3, —— c -' — (Strauss) .00 3.0C ' Skvlark ' Tfn^ninvi wn/ 0>C* thuridjy, M»y /, i w President Called the governois of ail 50 states to the White House Monday to discuss the disruption of peace, violence and potential violence throughout the nation. Held lengthy discussion of campus disruption with representatives of .the Association of American Universities. Flew by helicopter to Camp David, his retreat in the Maryand mountains. White House Announced U.S. troops in Cambodia „ have captured a 'major sophisticated base complex" that possibly could be the supreme Communist headquarters designated as the goal of the American attack in that country. Announced the President's televised news conference Friday has been set for 9 p.m., Iowa time. Said the President has reached no decision on Israel's request for more warplanes. Said the President has read Interior Secretary Walter Hickel's letter charging the administration with not demonstrating enough concern with young Americans and that the President encourages expression of views from, the Cabinet and other administration members. Senate • Labor and Public Welfare Committee heard Edward B. Miller assert he is sure he could be fair if confirmed as head of the National Labor Relations Board even though all his experience has been in representing management in labor disputes. lum Run (Strauss) Prostown (Lewis) GettlnOld (burousseau) .Tlnie. 1:11. 5.80 ' 3.60 2.80 X.80 : " lso ran — Aoach he Way. ' LoVal S loan Ti 4.20 ?.0g invn Free (D Rettele) 6... _ ,lme. 1:111/5. Also ran — Gassed Up, Bobby Dorene. Husker Ace. Urban Bill. NINTH RACE —Purse $3,000, 4-UP, ? -'n?vnV D «r*'' h ' h! ' jMlnln) iM *« - 3 -* ,., W hlrlangb'(J'ones) f xacta—Nos. S and 4 paid S4S2.10. s."20 . .. Time, .1:53. Also ran — Kan Baffle .oramane. Oily Ki - ....... Nertlta's Sis. Jay's Toramanaj. Oily Kay,~Goldalvn7'Maneak" $6SbV*J8."State"fax-S26,Oi7.»27"Retu'fn l ed to the PUblic-S551,613.70. Des Moihds ft«afster Fri., May 8, ARABS IN RAIDS FROM LEBANON TEL AVIV, ISRAEL (REUTERS) 1 four Arab. Five Israelis and commandoea were committee meet- Today's Entries (Horses listed in post position order) ..FIRST RACE - M.600Y 4 up, claiming SI.OOO, 1 mile 70 yards: Amies Pride (Howiand). 113; sun Will (Turner) llBs Goldarfan (Jones) 118; Enola Nipper (Petersen) 118! Ray E. Ville ("no boy) 118; Birthday Greetings (no boy) J13r Mr. Slipper (no boy) lit; Dusky Rags (Anderson) 118; Budge Pockets (R. Houghton 118; Stay Sweet (Calderon) x108: Colleoni Red (Black) 118; Special Kay (no boy) 113. . Also eligible: Coral King (no boy) 118; My Clue (no boy) 113; Bull Purple (G. Houehtpn) 118; Miss flV " - l House In routine ings. • Agencies Secretary of State William P. Rogers discussed the Cambodian crisis and the Vietnam war for an hour with a group from Grinnell College at Grinnell, la. Transportation Secretary John A. Volpe awarded gold medals to 10 boys credited with Miss Bad Mortgage (no Ian. (Ecoffey) ill; Salad won) 113; Rag._.. Is (no boy) 118. NO RACE - $2,600, 4 up, claiming n.VU.mfiesi itersen) 107; Reward t Sheik Barnes) Armsti rlit' ffey) inder (S W. Whl Stall- > maidens, < Jnas Jan i_ }ias (no boy) 11 ; enjo (no.boy) J17; ey).117; urner) fn Lvn Trecenta 117; !-H7; 'us (G . ftoughj Jon) ., Gjo<npi apan (no If; Miss Blond 'a's'ev) .117; jno boy) >uzy Sl< : onner f •jift'Amlt (Strauss) " Of>. . * . M<*0» «"«»w8M^jNSiifflsr Pepsy . (Jones).! ?iver. saving lives while serving on school safety patrols. Mrs. Romney Backs Hickel LITTLE ROCK, ARK. (AP) — Mrs. George Romney, wife of the secretary of Housing and Urban. Development, said Thursday she agreed with comments made by Interior Secretary Walter Hickel in a letter to President Nixon. Hickel ~ said in his letter Wednesday that President Nixon stood in danger of losing communication with the nation's youth. "I go along with the comments," Mrs. Romney said at a news conference. She said she thought Hickel's criticisms were "constructive." She was here to speak at a brotherhood citation dinner of the National ny Lee i King fhun rheryl Cole (Call rigress (no boy) II: Drake Recruits 3 Prep Cridders Three Iowa high school football players have signed letters of intent with Drake, Coach Jack Wallace disclosed Thursday. Signing were JerryTfeston of Ankeny, who Wallace considers one of the best halfbacks in the slate; Jerry Bernsten, a 8-foot finch., 210-pound end from Belle Ptetoe, and Pete Solverson, § 6-5, 215-pound flanker and defensive back from Pleasant Valley. rovsseau) 113. SEVIENT year-olds, i Ae K)llV; Dew's Little Hop (Long) .xx-lM? idrfd) 113; .British lit;. Last Supply ton (EcpffeyJ ill; •ausi) 113; Go For IliTRWen Rambler 'Ions (Du- u. . , ,. i^«KJ~4> tittfrp i% %" •' Princesi (Lewis) swls) 12; Tercln (//Powell) 115. asp eligible: Gallant Cloud (Le i; Urban Love (L. Turner) 115. ms 1 -^* ttcenti i9lble:-Mr. C. A. (Barnes) '• (Strauss) 116; Mr V ; Flying Red Rabbin (no I i^S^pounds apprentice allowance claimed )^J{.|Q pounds. The Amateurs radius of Larry Hagen, 620 PJoneer road, 2M- lFROHTHEMAKERSOF i-PEfflBUKEOILIIUIMEII Add to y«ur mQto>r pil- killed as guerrilla activity flared up again aldng the 'Lebanese ceasefire line, a military spotesjnanjaidJhere Thursday. He added that six Israelis were wounded in the clashes, late Wednesday and Thursday, believed to form part of an Arab guerrilla offensive aimed at disrupting preparations for Israeli independence celebrations Monday; —-The four slain Arabs were said to have penetrated about" 12 miles into Israeli-held territory before encountering an Israeli patrol near Achiud in western Galilee. Three Israeli soldiers were [killed and two wounded in a. clash Wednesday night with infiltrators from Lebanon in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights, the spokesman said. A border policeman and a civilian were injured when another band of infiltrators from Lebanon opened fire on their vehicle in upper Galilee Thursday. Meanwhile in the occupied Gaza Strip, a mukhtar (village leader) and three other persons were shot and killed, apparently because the mukh- tar was believed to be collaborating with Israeli authorities. A 17-year-old girl was killed, her father injured fatally and her sister wounded slightly when several rockets, fired from the slopes of Mount Her- torn in Lebanese territory, crashed into Kiryat Shmona in upper Galilee just • after midnight, Israeli authorities said. On the Suez front waves of Israeli jets attacked Egyptian military targets for more than four hours. A military spokesman said all Israeli planes returned safely to base. Conference Jews. of Christians and NO DECISION WASHINGTON, B.C. (REUTERS) - President Nixon still has not reached a decision on possible supply of more U.S. jet aircraft to Israel, the White House said Thursday. Presidential spokesman Ronald L. Ziegler said a full study of the strategic situation) ordered by Mr. Nixon as a result of increased Soviet involvement in the Middle East, was awaiting completion. Public Workers Strike in Hawaii HONOLULU, HAWAII (AP) — A statewide strike moved nto its second day Thursday against state and county governments. 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