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SPORT SIGNALS ☆ ☆ Ey Hal Brown Sports Editor, The Star Important Bowling Anniversary This month marks the 25th anniversary of perhaps the most important thing to happen to bowling — the debut of the pinspotting machine. Many thousands of bowlers participate each night in leagues throughout the country, giving little thought to what that mechanical gadget that sets up the pins and shoves their ball back to them means to their enjoyment of the sport. Jim Dill, proprietor of Hollywood Bowl, figures the invention of the pinspotting machine was so valuable that without it bowling might not be a sport today. Made Bowling Attractive “The pinspotter has meant a lot to bowling in many different ways,” Dill believes. “In the first place, I don’t think we’d have bowling without it. Tuesdoy, March 30, 1971 The Llacoln Star 15 HUSKERS OPEN DRILLS “Even before more difficult to being a pin setter. its invention, it was find boys willing to becoming more and work at the job of “And I think today, it would be impossible to hire enough boys to do that job. The automatic pinspotter also was the main reason we had modern, attractive bowling lanes built around the country, a move that took bowling out of the dirty, old building setting. “This made bowling a family sport, brought women and children into it.” In addition to these factors. The invention of the automatic pinspotter made it possible for many more bowlers to participate because of the time element. The first machines reset the pins and delivered the ball back to the bowler in 16 seconds from the time the ball left his hand. That time has been cut in half, a far cry from the time it once took a pinboy to do a similar job. A Factor In Growth This time factor is cited by bowling people as a prime factor in the growth of bowling, permitting more people to use the lanes. From 1951 when the pinspotting machine reached the mass production stage to the end of 1970, membership in the American Bowling Congress (male) grew from 325,147 teams and 34,827 leagues or approximately 1.5 million members to 1,169,341 teams and 115,483 leagues or approximately five million members. But the biggest increase came among wonren bowlers, reflecting the establishment of a more attractive setting, decor and atmosphere with women bowlers increasing from 543,723 WIBC members in 1951 to 2,988,077 at the end of 1970. Unveiling In Garage The first automatic pinspotting machine was unveiled in an old garage that had been renovated for just that purpose. Devaney Feels Pride A Plus 'NO. 1 BETTER THAN 99' OPENING DAY . . . Devaney Watches Proceedings . . Offensive End Coach Tom Osborne Lectures The garage, in Buffalo, N.Y., where the unveiling took place was directly across the street from where the 43rd ABC Tournament was taking place at the same time. The introduction of the pinspotter to the bowling public might have come many years earlier had it not been for World War II. The AMF company, first producers of the machine, actually had begun work on the revolutionary bowling item in 1937, by 1939 had two completely automatic pinspotters working successfully in their plant. But then the war came and A.MF directed all Its facilities to the defense effort. When war-time restrictions were relaxed in 1944, work was resumed on the pinspotter machine and 1946, the first machines installed in 1947 in the after the successful garage test in in an acutal bowling center were Faith Hotel in a Buffalo suburb. Bowling had thus turned the comer to the coming popularity it enjoys today. Stander Returns Tonight By HAL BROWN Star Sports Editor Omaha-U n b e a t e n heavy- w eight Hon Stander ends his six-month vacation from the ring here tonight, facing Canadian Frank Bullard in a 19- round main event topping a five- bout pro card at the Omaha Civic Auditorium. Bullard, who brings a 14-7 record to Omaha, has warned, “If Stander isn’t in shape, he’s in trouble.” The Council Bluffs heavyweight, w’hose last fight was in Oklahoma City in October, ballooned near the 260 mark during his “retirement.” Among Bullard’s wins was a knockout over Vic Brown of Buffalo, N.Y., who has been impressive in scoring Omaha victories over Ron Marsh and Harold Carter in recent outings, Stander’s ring record is 14-0-1. The eight-round semi-windup pits another unbeaten local favorite, welterweight Dick Pelster, against Detroit’s Topcat Jackson. Heavyweights Lou Baily of Omaha and Alonzo Harris of Oklahoma City and unbeaten lightweight Dale Hernandez of Omaha and Fred Jiminez of St. Paul, Minn., will tangle in six round affairs. Opening the 8 p.m. program will be Omaha middleweights Chuck Hernandez and John McDuff in a four-rounder. Sports Menu By HAL BROWN Star Sports Editor Nebraska football coach Bob Devaney greeted more than 120 candidates, hoping to become a part of keeping the Huskers on top, Monday as spring drills opened. It was the first spring drills ever begun at Nebraska with defense of a No. 1 national ranking as the end goal and the Husker coach liked the thought of it. “It feels a lot better starting out No. 1 than starting as No. 99 and trying to work your way up,” he said in response to a question. The Huskers gained the No. 1 plum after defeating LSU in the Orange Bowl to wrap up an unbeaten 1970 season. “I think the players are taking quite a lot of pride in the No. 1 ranking,” he continued. “Spring practice is always a tedious chore, but I think these players are going to give it a good go.” The opening day lineups saw perhaps fewer experimental position switches than in any of Devaney’s previous nine years at the Husker helm. The two major ones involved moving Max Linder, who came to Nebraska as a quarterback and was shifted to split end last fall, to right halfback and John Pitts from defensive end to the moster back position. “We may try a couple of other shifts later this spring,” Devaney indicated. The monster position is one area where Devaney said he hopes to come up with some answers to possible problems this spring. Other areas of concern are depth in the defensive backfield, plus coming up with replacements at offensive left tackle and fullback. Running at No. 1 Monday in the monster position was Dave Mason, converted to that spot last fall with Pitts running on the No. 2 unit. Experienced performers return at all three defensive backfield posts with Joe Blahak at left cornerback, Jim Anderson at right cornerback and Bill Kosch at safety, but behind them there is little experience. The fullback position also is lacking in experience, but there is quantity there with Jim Carstens and Bill Olds sharing the work on the top unit Monday. Five other fullbacks, including sophomore Maury Damkroger, are also listed. And a lack of experience also is the major drawback I at left tackle where Lincoln sophomore Alan Austin was listed with the No. 1 unit Monday. Devaney said he hoped to get in eight drills before the Huskers must break for spring vacation. He said a scrimmage would be held both Wednesday and Saturday this weekend and indicated the Saturday affair would likely be split into a morning-aftemoon session. “With so many players, we will probably go at 10:30 and at 1:30 Saturday so we won’t have so many waiting around,” he said. While the opening day workout was held on the old practice area, Devaney said the stadium’s AstroTurf would be used for scrimmages and for some workouts, particularly in the case of rain. “The weather shouldn’t be as much of a problem this spring as it has been at times in the past,” he pointed out. “If it rains, we can go to the stadium.” Two players expected to be on hand Monday were absent with tight end Jerry List suffering from a sore foot and halfback David Goeller hospitalized with the flu. Slotback Johnny Rodgers is missing spring drills to compete with coach Tony Sharpe’s baseball team, which opened the season Monday in Houston. And honors continue to come the Huskers way because of their No. 1 ranking with the World Book Encyclopedia devoting considerable space, along with a picture of Jeff Kinney, to the Huskers in the football section of their annual news review edition. Amtist Captures Feature Grand Island — Kenneth Jones guided Amtist to its first win of the season in the feature at Fonner Park Wednesday. Amtist, owned by Mrs. Z. G. Mendenhall and trained by J. McCumber, toured the 6 furlong feature race in 1:13.4 and paid its backers $5.60, $2.80 and $2.40. The feature was just one of three races Jones brought home the winner. He rode She’s Sweet to Victor^' in the fourth race ana was astride suprise winner Nampihc in the final race Wednesday. Nampihc returned $14.60 for first place and joined with Birthday Greeting for a $145.80 exacta payoff Monday’s Results First ract. maidtn, purst $1400, 3.ytar. old Nebraska-brtds, , furlongs, T—1:23.2. Bar Half Track (Stallings) 7.40 3.80 3 00 Royal Lake (Ecoffey) a.oo 3 60 True Wynn (Anderson) .... 3.40 Also ^rans — Barmingo, Paolo Girl, My Lovely Lark, Milk Pail, Drafts Ghost, Careless Carrie, Mr. Doty. Second race, S2,S00 claiming, purse $1,400, 3-yearH>lds, 4’s furlongs, T—d:23.0. Satan Flash (Engle) .........100 4.20 3.00 Wooden Coin (King) ........ 8.20 4.20 Pickapuck (Jones) ............ 3,00 Also rans — Slaphappy, Celestial Torch, Commadore Ken, Cedar Rose, Up N' Out, Amy's Dream, Michael Dee. Daily Double (10 A 7)—$40.«0 race, maiden, purse $1,400, 2- Nebraska-bredt, 4 furlongs. T— Third year-old :48.1. Angel Page (Patterson) .3.30 2,80 2.40 Baby Ball (Correa) .......... 3.6O 3.C0 Fancy Hands (Munsell) ... 500 Also rans — Self Regret, Amlles Duke, Husker Harmony, Tambara, W 11 I I e Deliver, The Dervish, Tudor Trio. Fourth race, $S,000 claiming, purse $1,400. 3<yeer.olds, é furlongs, T—1:15.0. She's Sweet (Jones) .........3 20 2,80 2.20 Paul's Image (Hidinger) 5.00 3 20 Lara Lee (Stallings) ______ 3.20 Also rans —- Palona Bay, Gypsy Joe, lizy Sorry, Mr. Blair. Fifth race, $2,S00 claiming, purse $t,SOO, 4 A up. é furlongs, T~1:13.3. Sonny Pelouse (Chavez)... 10.00 $.80 4.20 W. L. Sawyer (Correa) ... 11,60 5.80 Tulran (Munsell) ........... 4.40 Alto rent — Test Orbit, Brig Time. Amber Sultaness, Kid Franco, All The Same. Exacta (7 A •)—SIIS.OO Sixth race, $4,500 claiming, purs« $1,700, 4 A up, 4 furlongs, T—4:13.4. Amtist (Jones) ............. .5.60 2.10 2.40 Tancles (Munsell) ........... 3.20 2.40 Great Going (Anderson) ... 3.40 Also rans — Mendy Lady, McBlwe, Stylish Artist. Dubligue. Seventh race, $3,500 claiming, pursa $1,400, 4 A up, 4 furlengs, T—Iil3.3. Fighting Steve (Anderson) 13.40 4.00 4.20 Open Leaf (Ecoffey) ...... 8.60 5.60 Cadillac Red (Barnes) ... 7.20 Alto rans — Purple Pirate. Great Milo, Roving Tigress, GemnI S. Pride's Flyer. Eigti $1,400, 4 A up, 4 furtongt, T —1 :Î4.2. ijghth race, $2.000 claiming, pursa 4.80 5.00 9.20 Palmer Leads Seniors? Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. (iP) —Ray Palmer of Grosse Isle, Mich., posted a two under par 70 over the East Course of the PGA National Golf Club Monday to lead the field of 270 players in the 36-hole qualifying round of the 37th annual American Senior’s Match-play Championship. Tuesday HORSE RACING—Fonner Park, Grand Island, 3 p.m. BASEBALL—Nebraska at Houston. BOXING—Pro Card, Omaha Civic Auditorium, 8 p.m. Wednesday HORSE RACIN<3—Fonner Park, Grand Island, 3 p.m. BASEBALI Nebraska at Houston. TRACK—South Dakota at Nebraska Wesleyan, Magee Stadium, 3 p.m. Thursday HORSE RACING — Fonntr Park. Grand Island, 3 p.m. BASEBALL — Nebraska at Houston; Missouri at St. Edwards; Missouri at St. Mary's (night), TENNIS — UNO at Nebraska, 3 p.m. Welburn Class B Pin Leader At State Meet Norfolk iJFi — Welburn of Newman Grove took over the lead among the Class B teams after another weekend of play in the Nebraska Women’s Bowling Tournament. Alley Cats of Alliance moved in at second place among Class A teams. The leaders: Clast A Ttamt Rusty Rebals, Columbus ............. 2,878 Alley Cats, Alliance ........... 2,875 First Nat. Bank, Lincoln ............. 2,863 Valentino's, Lincoln .......................2,850 Gralnbelt, Norfolk ...................... 2,854 Clast B Teams Welburn, Newman Grove ......... 2,632 Hi-Way Cafe, Clearwater ...............2,621 Harold's Jewelry, Wymor# .......... 2,584 Moon's Cafe, Lindsay ................... 2,55i Mutual, Oakland.............................2,552 Doubles L, Sanne-B. Schmidt, Seward ___ 1,27( B, Barnhart-A. Meyers, Genoa .... 1,22< D. Hauxwell-J. Gardes, McCook .... 1,201 L. Johnson-L, Nelson, Fremont 1,194 E. Hoffman-Dr, Hranke, Norfolk .. 1,19: All Events Judy Gottschalf, Vllley .............. 1,731 Marsha Kellogg, Omaha ............. 1,641 Louise Carlson, Scottsbluff ....... 1,64! Avis Haase, Lincoln ................... 1,45i Lois Hansen, Norfolk ................... 1,65i Singlet Irene Rempp, Lynch ..... 45; Carle Nelson, York ......................... 44i Marlin Olin, Arnold ....................... 64 Kay Lyon, Newman Grove ........... 64 Yvonne Mimick, Columbus ............. 44 . . . Backfield Coach Mike Corgan Demonstrates Hand-Off Technique ... —MEET AGAIN TODAY— Cornhuskers Split Pair With Houston Houston, Tex. (jp) — The University of Houston and Nebraska split a doubleheader Monday with the Cornhuskers taking the opener, 9-3, behind a strong hitting attack and Houston winning the nightcap, 1-0, with the three-hit pitching of Johnny Hatcher. In the second game, the Cougars pulled off two double plays and a triple play. The triple play came in the sixth when the Cornhuskers had STAFF PHOTOS BY RANDY HAMPTON . Soph David Humm Calls Signals For Third Unit, Opening Day Husker Lineups Offense Split MEN'S AAU BASKETBALL Stniifinals Lexington, Ky. 62, U.S. Cap, CInc'ti. Armed Forces 86, All-Stars, Ky„ 81 SI FIRST UNIT end — Cox-Didur; left tackle—Austin; left guard — Rupert- Weber; center—Dumter; right J uard—Wortman; right tack le— C . ohnson; tight and — LIst-Harvey; q u a r t e r b ack—Tagge-Brownson; left halfback — Butts-Klnney; fullback—Car- tfeni-Olds; right halfback—Hughes; kickers—Bendler-Pieratt. SECOND UNIT Split end—F. Anderson; left tackle- Wolfe; left guard—Duffy; center—Kinsel-Jamail; right guard — Henderson-Beran; right tackle-Whife; tight end—Long well; quarterback Jones- Runty; left halfback—Dixon.Coeller; fullback — Powell-Brltt; right halfback—Linder. THIRD UNIT Split end—Hill; left tackle—Hegener; left guard—Henricks-Holmes; cen­ ter—Zanrosso; right guard—D, Anderson- Minzak; right tackle—Deyke; tight end — Peters-Beckwith; quarterback — Humm; left halfback—Wesfbrook-Moran,• fullback—Damkroger; right halfback — Oarson. FOURTH UNIT Split end — Curtit-Lackovic; left tackle- K. McKinley-Doak; I eft guard — Elder-Manserj center—Duda- Boyer; right guard—Ctass LeonardI; right tackle-Crenshaw- F. McKinley; tight end - Nelson-Thomas; quarterback—Coleman. Davis; left halfback, O'Holleran; fullback - lilazer-Regan; right halfback—Leonard. Defense FIRST UNIT Left end Adkins; left tackle- Jacobson; middle guard M. Johnson; r.ghf tackle- Glover, right end- Harper; strongside linebacker-Hauge; weakside linebacker Moreii; monster-Mason; left cornerback Blahak; right cornerback—J. Anderson; safety Kost.h. I SECOND UNIT I Left end Hyland; left tackle—Robison; middle guaro-Bell; right tackle Jansson; right end D. Johnson; strongside linebacker-Branch; weakside linebacker — Strong; monster—Pitfs-Peetz; left cornerback — McFarland-Hollstein; right cornerback— Mabin; safety—O'Connell-McClelland. THIRD UNIT Left end—Pogge; left tackle—RignettI; middle guard — Peterson; right tackle - - Dutton; right end — Alward; strongside linebacker—Sloey; weakside linebacker—Sanger-Phillipi; monster- B. Schmidt-C. Harris; left c«r- nerback — S tarkebaum; right cor­ nerback—Borg; safety DeNell-Fuller. FOURTH UNIT Left end - Sorenson; left tackle—Lynch- Manda; middle guard Tremain; right tackle — Osbo rne-Dougherty; right end - Guibord -W.esner; itrongside linebacker— Kellogg-Ozanne, weakside I inebacker — Stlnner -McGowan; monster—Pate-T. Rogers; left cor­ nerback—Shea-P. Fischer; right cor- ‘ nerback — Wtldman-Duhleavy; safety — Sulllvar G. Jones. Win Boosts Player into Fourth Place New York (/P) — Gary Player, who won two tournaments in as many weeks, moved into fourth place with $76,025 in the PGA Tournament Players Division money standings annouced Monday. The 34-year-old South African who won the National Airlines event Sunday in Miami and the Jacksonville Open a week earlier, also moved into second place in the exemption points standings with 75,418.3 points. Th* too 10 monsy winntrs: Arnold Palmer, $98,178; Miller Barber, $81,319; Tom Shaw $77,681; Gary Player $74,025, Billy Casper $40,185; Carlyle Snead 158,489; Jack Nicklaus $54,275; Lea Trevino $48,760; George Archer $45,495; Bob Lunn $37,659. The top 10 points leaders: Barber 76,163.4; Player 75,418.3; NIcklaus 55,107.5; Sneed 54,980.1; Palmer 52,359.5; Casoer 49,648.3; Trevino 47,859.1; Shew 45,919.2; Archer 41,234.0; Lunn 34,934.7. Two Rivers To Open On Linriited Basis Use men on first and second. Steve Achelpohl struck out. Larry Martin, the Houston catcher, then threw to third to catch the Cornhusker trying to steal. The other Nebraska runner was caught off first when third bascmian Tommy Ferguson threw to first to nip the runner trying to dive back. The Cougars scored the winning run in the sixth on a single, a sacrifice and a double by pitcher John Hatcher. In the opener, Cornhusker pitcher Gene Stol^ allowed only five hits and was also the big gun at the plate, going two-for- three and scoring two runs. The two teams will meet in single games today and Wednesday. FIRST GAME NEBRASKA (9) Rdgrt If Mnson ph. Achlpohl 2b Sfc^s p BethI Bakr Elgrt Spi hi Vctor Hrrls ab r h bi 3 10 1 Trrll cf Ito 0 0 0 Rpplt Ph 3 0 0 0 Brghr pb 3 2 2 OVnsn rt 1 2 1 Brwer cf 1 1 1 Hndrin If 1 1 oFrgjob ph 1 0 oMcLan 1b 2 2 1 GIbrt ph 0 0 0 Schrdr iS Cmrllo SI Keser 3b Houston (3) ab r h bl 2 0 10 0 0 0 1 10 0 0 2 0 11 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 10 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 2 110 Orunwrgt ph 1 0 0 0 Hill 2b 2 10 0 TIley 2b 1110 CIrk c 10 0 0 Mrfin ph 10 0 0 Ball p 3 0 0 0 Totals ... 25 9 8 4 Totals 21 3 $ 2 Nobraska ... OOO 513 0—9 Houston ................... 000 :K)I (5^-3 E—Ntbraika: Spoihs, Stohs, Victor (2); Houston: OP —Houston (1). lob —N ebraska 4, Houston 9. 2B—Stohs, Elgorf. 3B—Vacgo, Vactor. SB Rodgtrs. 5F Baktr. IP H R ER Bn SO Stohs W (1-0) . 7 4 3 2 5 4' Ball L (2-2) . . 7 8 9 4 4 61 WP-Ball, Balk- Ball. T-2;05. SECOND GAME Nebraska (0) Houston (l) i ab r h bl ab r h bi Rodgrs cf 2 0 0 0 Hdin cf 3 0 0 0 Achlphl 2b 3 0 0 0 Brwer Nampihc (Jones) ..............14.40 Birthday Greetings (Barnes) ...................... 9,») 4.40 Ernie's Abbey (Chavez) .. 6.80 , A w ran* — Rona's Knight, Oma Valley, Pines Cake, Crowlee, Goldalvn, Loveable Jeanie, Miss Vtrdl. Exacfa (2 & ■) — $145.80 Attondance—4,153 Mutuel Handle—$193,535.00 Tuesday POST TIME 3:M WML First race, purse $1,400, 3-year-oldi, allowance, 4 furlongs. Cleavordale (Baxter) ........................ ti; Whoa Rube (Anderson) ...................its Beckon Call (Werre) .................. 115 H. Kay (Coleman) ....................... 'nt Admiral Cay (Pattarson) ....................' 112 lowen (Barnes) ........................ im Kandy Korn (No Boy) ........... ‘.’.’.‘■.‘115 Harvwt of Harmony (Voslor) nj ,Smok# (Jo. Rcttele) xxio# Top Whirltr (Munsell) ....................... ii? Also; Phoebo's Shong (King) 112, Star Jwlny (Ecoffey) 120 , OklaWta Door (Stallings) 1)5, Amltcon (Sfallings) llo. Sae^ ract, puna 81,400, ^yaar-oMs, claimln« price 12 , 000 , 1 mil«. Three Tokes (Jo. Rettele) .............. xxios (Patterson) tio Fairish (Chavez) ................................... nn Al's Baby (Howland) ........................ lu Rome Verdicchio (King) ................... ‘115 P«k of Gems (Ecoffey) ................... 115 Shepards Promise (Anderson) ........... ^112 Vashed Taters (Coleman) ................ nj Third race, purse $1,40«, 2-year-old maidan fillies, 4 furlongs. Tahitian Date (Chavez) ..................... it* Solid Bet (Werre) ....................... ;...... | Pucker Quick (Patterson) ................ ‘114 Miss Jittery (Stallings) .......... , n* Vina Kunzman (King) ....................... ' i», Spacy (Hidinger) ............................. ’ nx Kays Gem (Barier) .........................!!! no Husker Star (No Boy) ....................... iu Thunder Woman (Jones) .............. ...'.')14 Huskerllne (Turner) ....................... ,114 Crymme (Jo Rettele) « 09, Return Engagement (Munsell) II 4 , OHInda (No Boy) 11', Ama|»wil (Vosler) Fourth raco, puna SI ,500, 4-y«ar-«lds ana up. Neb. bred, claiming prico $2,500, • fUfloii 9 S. Our Bess (Stallings) ............................ igt Summa's Wish (Barnes) .................. "..115 Third Generation (Jones) ................... lis Uncle Les (Chavez) ................................. Jeanie Kem (Turner) ......................... nn Dew's Little (Engle) .......................... i,. Tiny Roby (Ecoffey) ..............................its Darlla Nay (Werre) ....................... 112 s ii'*' wigerlng. purso |1,40J 3-yMr-olds, claiming price I4,5M, 4 furlongs. Barnstorm (Stallings) . Alex Kelly (Ecoffey) .. See My People (Jones) Poona B (Coleman) ............... Lazy Mae (Turner) .............. . Double Duke (Correa) ........... Little Decimal (Chavez) ..... It Hurts (Anderson) .............. Wisner Clipper (No Boy) ... Sixth race, purse $2,000, allowance, 4</i furlongs. Poona Miss (King) . 11 $ Inspector Clooseau (Munsell) .......... 113 Navashane (Ecoffey.......................... ra Phil Joy (Chavez) ................................. 353 English Jack (Hidinger) ....................... 113 Greek Pie (No Boy) ................................ii3 Seventh race, purse 11,700, 4-year.olds and up. claiming price $5,000, S's furlongs. Roman Valentino (Munsell) ..................119 New Music (Jones) 115 Miss The Road (Turner) ..................... no Misamoon (Howland) ........................ no Sammy Sioux (Anderson) ,— ......... 1I2 Eighth race, exacta wagering, pursa $1,400, 4-year-otds and up, claiming price $1,500, 1 mile 70 yards. Major Roberts (Coleman) ................. ns Battling Bill (Jo Rettele) ................ xx107 Tom's Buy (Jones) .............................. 114 Col. Mltchener (King) .. ...................... 114 Rain Bird (Patterson) ... ......................Ii 4 Royal Lancer (Barnes) ........... 114 Steel N Sugar (Anderson) ......................118 Substitute race, purse $1,400, 4-year-eids and up, claiming price $1,500, 4 furlongs. Molly Doon (Je. Rettele) ............ 112 My Utopian Donna (Bernhardt) ...... 112 True Count (Werre) ............. 112 Klesa (No Boy) .. n? Chuck's Will (Darnell) ........................x!09 Capitol Mac (Munsell) ................... 117 Darkies John (Chavez) .......... 120 Vinseo (Ecoffey) ......... 114 Little Jetson (Coleman) ....... .. 117 Ebony Mist (Stallings)....................... 112 Also: Prissy Reeves (Jo Rettele) XX108. P. Stanchio (King) 114, Cabin I Abbey (Correa) 109. River Spy (Stallings) I 1 ¡4. X—3 pound apprentice allowance. X — S pound apprentice allowanca. XX- 7 pound apprentice allowance XXX—10 pound apprentice allowance. 122 .....................117 .....................117 ................... 119 .... .. .110 ................... 115 ..................119 115 117 4-ytar-okls, Elgrt Ib Bthel ss Bakr rt Mnson If Splhs c Hrrls 3b Krsaki p Stohs ph GImre pr Marek p Totals Nebraska 3 0 1 OTIley 2b 3 0 0 0 Othid 1b 3 0 10 Drrrtwrhf 3 0 10 3 0 10 3 0 k 0 It 3 0 0 0 State Game Commission Director Willard Barbee has announced the opening Thurs' day of the Two Rivers State Recreation Area near Venice. Barbee said Saturday that the opening will be for fishing on a I limited basis. He said the area will not be open to camping, picnicing or other activities at this time because of flood damage. 1 0 0 OFrgson 3b 2 110 1 0 8 0Cmrllo ss 2 0 10 2 0 0 OMrtn c 3 0 10 1 0 0 OHtchr p 2 0 11 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 • 3 • Totals 24 1 7 1 000 000 0—0 000 001 X I E - Nebraska; Harris, Bethel; Houston: Talley (2); DP-Houston (2), TP - Houston. LOB Nebraska 2, Houston 2B' Hatcher, Camorillo. Kurosaki .......... Marek L (0-1) . Matcher W (3-1) T 2:00. Camorillo; S—Hudson, IP 5 I 7 R BE BE SO 0 0 2 4 110 1 0 0 2 4 FONNER WORKOUTS Sunday Track Slow THREE FURLONGS Al's Baby 39.4 h Lady Crymmt 46-4 h Cn'try Comet 4l-2 bMr. Doty 39-3 h El apafero 39-4 b Michael Deo 40-3 h El Red 40-3hMcBlue 41-1 h El Zapatro 39-4 h Sec. Of Mayo 40-4 h Fancy Affair 39-3 h Spinnin In 40-2 h Inspctor Top Whirler 39-1 n Clouieau 39-1 h willy F 40-2 h Jen's Marble 41-2 0 Westr'n Dogo 39-1 b J'dv In D'gse 39 4 h Z. Lady FOUR FURLONGS Battle Gain 54 2 h Pablo Mac Count Who 54-2 b Pan'dle Miss Dew's Little 52 h Poster Pt'r Easfrn Winner 54-2 b Spear Pn't Free Capfn 52 h Solid Sara Fre'dm Leave $2-4 h Sacemup Jr. Khal 54-1 b Wise Baby Kelly Pie it 52 3 hw# Toes Noble Nova 51-3 h FIVE FURLONGS Chalet G. 10$ h Shalory Cys Gross 1 ;A|-3 h Sling Shot Interest Me 1:09-3 b Triple Sun It Hurts 1:08 4 h Vapor Line I ''k D'tT'ch 1 09 2 b 41-4 b 53 h 55 b 54 I b 57 b 521 h 55-1 b 53 h 54 2 b 1 09-1 b l:0l-4 h 1;07-2 h 1 09 2 b

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