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Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska • Page 13

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riumphs Wilmington, N.C. UP Cesar made it plain this weekend that he an unknown golfer anymore. He took care of that by winning the $60,000 Azalea Open Golf Tournament Sunday when third-round leader Bobby Mitchell faltered with bogies on the last three holes. were calling me an unknown, but not an unknown said the happy 26-year-old from San Diego, Calif. He put together rounds of 66, 68, 68 and 67 for 269, 15 under par.

Mitchell 27, of Danville, had a four-stroke lead going into the final round. narrowed the gap until Mitchell eagled the par-five 15 to hold a two-stroke edge. But Mitchell three-putted the next three holes to finish with a 72 for 270. Cesar $12,000 Bobby Mitchell, $6,840 John Schlee, $4,285 Hugh Royer, $2,580 Bob Stanton, $2,580 Mason Rudolph, $1,775 Rolf Demlng, $1,775 Al Balding, $1,550 66-68-74-66-274 Howell Fraser, Dale Douglass, $1,281 Labron Harris, $1,281 Joe Campbell, $1,281 Wilk Homeniuk, $1,281 Ted Hayes, $1,281 Wayne Vollmer, $975 Rives Me Bee, $975 Jim Ferriell, $975 69-72-66-69-276 Paul Barkhouse, $975 68-70-68-70-276 Deane Beman, $975 63-71-72-70-276 Jerry McGee, $975 Chuck Courtney, $975 69-67-72-61-276 Dick Crawford, $725 Herb Hooper, $725 Hal Underwood, $725 Dogs Iowa Winners Oskaloosa, Iowa Three Cornhusker Kennel Club pugs, owned by Bob and Ann White, placed in a dog show here Sunday. Ch.

Thumper was best of breed and third in toy group. Black Diablo was winners dog and best of winners, and John Henry was reserve winners dog. miinm May Be Wrong uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiniiiiuii By Don Forsythe Journal Sports Editor Jensen Qualifies Monday, Oct, Lincoln Evening Journal Nebraska State Journal 13 Nebraska sports information director Don Bryant took a lot of good-natured heckling from his hometown press corps on the eve of the Nebraska-Minnesota game last weekend. Bryant had spent several days knocking his head against 04c a stone wall in trying to promote the Saturday contest. Frankly, beW the Max Jensen of Lincoln bowled a five game series of 1143 Sunday at Hollywood Bowl to earn a spot in the second annual Lincoln Open PBA Bowling Tournament Nov.

7-9 at Hollywood Bowl. winning series came the game get much in the local press. high game rolled in competition that attracted a field of 46 with 11 of them bowling 1,000 or better. Next rolloff in the five- It the only show in town, however, with the American League playoff opening Saturday, the Minnesota North Stars playing an exhibition game at home Friday night, a heavyweight boxing match of some importance the same night, the Vikings week series for spots in the pro 1 tournament is set for 0 1- preparing to meet arch-rival Green Bay and the state duck Lanes hunting season opening over the weekend. To top it off Friday was the day ex-Tmns manager Billy Martin was hired as manager and ex-Vikings quarterback Joe Kapp found employment Boston.

There was a whole week of news crammed into one day. When the small army of Nebraska fans who invaded Minneapolis for the game opened their sports section Saturday morning, for example, the preview of the Nebraska-Minnesota game was on the fourth page of the section. Nebraska linebacker coach John Melton joined the scribes when they had Bryant pinned on the ropes. the best kept secret in he needled. Devaiiey; NU Fans Tops As it turned out, it really The crowd of 52.268 easily exceeded the pre-game estimates and came within about 2,000 people of matching the two-day attendance total for the Orioles-Twins playoff.

A lot of the credit goes to the Cornhusker fans, who boosted the crowd count by about 10,000. The leaders: Max Jensen, Lincoln Elmer Ebel, South Sioux City Steve Mears, Lincoln Phil Addelman, Lincoln Chuck Wonder, Omaha Gary Cerny, Lincoln Bruce Widner, South Sioux City Orv Meyer, Lincoln Charles Sturm, Papillion Olin Chapman, Omaha Rodger Florom, Lincoln 1142 ..1109 1075 1068 1024 ..1020 101 ..1015 1009 10C2 1000 TOP BOWLERS Men's 230 Games, 600 Series ftt Bowl-Mor Lloyd npidzioski, At plaza Rich Hoffman, 249-602; Floyd Hobdon, 232. At Parkway Bill Martin, 232 641; Bob Wehrli, 254; Warren Andrews. 235; Gary Cerny, 257-640; Ben Propp, 232-631; Charlie Gaylor, 236; Ted Mills, 232. At Northeast Dave Priess, 246-603.

Ladies, 300 Games, 525 Series At Plaza Luclle Hewitt, 207-534; Doris Amen, 200; Les Wallentine, 210-550 At Pa-kwav Stella Morgan, 200-528; Marge Propp, 212; Mary Casey, 542; Burt Meyers, 574; Joyce Mills, 540; Lee Tillinghast, 551. At Northeast Wanda McKinney, 226534; Rita Howard, 200-530. Junior Boys' 200 Games, 525 Series At Plaza Mark Hergenrader, 234-544; Ken Farris, 537; Ted Peterson, 200- Midwest Central Missouri St. 27, Eastern Illinois 17 Central Ohio 17, Simpson 14 Friends 33, McPherson 6 Missouri Rolla 28, Bradley 7 No. Dakota St.

55, Morningslde 7 Northern S.D. 54, Black Hills 13 Ottawe 47, Emporia 13 Southern Illinois 32, Lamar Tech 16 Southwestern, Kan. 23, Bethany 7 SW Memphis 23, Washington, Mo. 18 Sterling 14, Baker Tampa 35, Youngstown 13 Tulane 6, Cincinnati 3 Western Michigan 23, Bowling Green 3 William Penn 9, Wartburg 0 West Yankton 39, Sioux Falls 14 Abilene 38, Northern Colo. 7 Adams St.

44, Western N.M. 14 Arizona 17, Iowa 10 Fresno St. 34, Pacific 14 Idaho St. 34. Idaho 14 Long Beach St.

7, San Jose St. 3 Montana 38, Weber St. 29 New Mexico Highlands 47, Northern Arizona 7 San Diego St. 31, Brigham Young Southern Cal 45, Oregon St. 13 Southern Utah 24, Western St.

Colo. 14 Archery Classes Classes in archery will begin Tuesday evening at the Lincoln Prairie Bowmen indoor range at Street, according to president Duane Kennedy. Kennedy emphasized that it was a course, and would last for six weeks in total. Courses will be taught on Tuesdays only, from 7:309:30. He said that archery equipment would be available for use of those taking the course.

Midget Football Angle Gets Ace Dr. Everett Angle recorded a using a seven iron. Playing with hole-in-one Sunday at the Lin- Angle was John Newton and Wal- coln Country Club on No. 14 ton Roberts. Class A Roberts 6, 0 6 0 0 0-6 Leon's .0 0 0 52 run.

Elks 32, Police Dept. 6 Elks 12 14 0 6-32 Police 0 0 6 0-6 Elks Letcher, 2 run, 3 run; Cass, 17 run; Neill, 6 run, 70 pass Interception; PAT Kahler, run. Police Abele, fumble recovery In end zone. Security Mutual 2, Fire Dept. 0 Security Mutual 0 0 0 Fire Dept.

0 0 0 0-0 Security Mutual Thomas, blocked punt tor safety. Exective Club 22, Welders 0 Exec Club 0 0 6 Welders 0 0 0 Exei- 19 pass from Thompson; Thompson, 3 run; Hamann, 32 run. PAT Fosnough, run; Joekei, run. Class Lincoln Welding 6, Execs 0 Roberts 20, Leon's 0 Elks 24, Police Dept. 0 Security Mutual 30, Fire Dept.

0 Class Fire Dept. 18, Security Mutual 0 Execs 28, Lincoln Welding 0 Roberts 22, Leon's 6 Elks 30, Police Dept. 0 Big Red followers made impressions on a lot ot folks. As usual the of the great Cornhusker following sob fyek, 1 oAccInn At Northeast Tom Doughty, 202-528; came up in coach Bob Devaney post-game session with ooug Hosek, 540 the press corps. Junior Girls' 185 Games, Series Al Plaza Bonnie Goings, 199-5C6.

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64111 (a homa-study organfMtlon) As usual, Devaney stressed the significance of the support. I think of any school which has the kind of support we he replied to an interrogator. school has fans who go as far, or as often, as Nebraska. And they fill the stadium back home every he emphasized. we had them, we could sell 100,000 tickets to the Missouri he observed.

New Season Starts Saturday Nobody needs to be reminded that the Missouri game is this week. The matchup of the Big Eight co-champions of 1969 figures to be as big a game as the Big Eight will have this season. And saying something. The first exclamation coming from the victorious Cornhusker dressing room Saturday was in the Big Eight i Nothing more had to be said. The veterans on the Nebraska club have come through 3-4 and 6-1 Big Eight seasons.

They know full well that every Saturday Is championship Saturday once the conference race begins. i the way it was for six soul-searching weeks after an opening loss to Missouri last year. Nobody dares be caught looking ahead or behind. Each Saturday is a new season. Forget that 3-0-1 record and lofty national rating.

The only thing which counts right now is the 0-0 record in the Big Eight. Records and press clippings going to mean much for anybody the next seven weeks. Kansas State and Colorado started proving that Saturday. brande loth lY Street Phone 477-1311 DAY SALE TUES. WED.

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Installed Your Choice 38.88 Nominations Arc Invited for 25th Annual Honor arm amily History of the Recognition Award: The Nebraska Honor Farm Family Recognition Award was established in 1946. Purpose of the Award: The award was established to recognize Nebraska farm and ranch families which have made noteworthy records in typifying the best Nebraska fanning and ranching with emphasis on rural home and community life. Rules for Award Eligibility: Any Nebraska family consisting of father and mother (and at least ona child at home, away from home, or married) actually operating and living, elthar as oiwner or tenant, on a Nebraska farm or ranch Is aligible. Racognitlen: One family will ba selected from those nominated. The selection will be announced In The Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star in November prior to the award presentation.

Haw salactedi The Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star, In cooperation with the University of Nebraska, each year selects a farm or ranch family to be the Nebraska Honor Farm Family. The Award: The family selected will ba hosted for a day In Lincoln and will ba publicly recognized for their achlevemeni and receive a $500 cash award presented by The Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star. Nomination: Anyone may nominate a family, Including the family's own members, by filling out nomination Dlanks appearing In or furnished by The Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star. The completed nomination blanks must be signed and mailed to: The Honor Farm Family award, Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star, P.O. Box 81689, Lincoln, Nebraska 68501.

Informatlwi to ba furnished: Upon receipt of the nomination blank, The Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star will send to the family nominated a general Information blank which must out and returned together with signed parmlsson of tha head of the family to publish Information and photographs of tha family. Salactian for tha Award: Ona family will be selected from those nominated. Tha selection will ba made upon tha basis of tha following points: Nominations may be made by anyone. Mail the nomination blank, properly filled out and signed, by Oct. 11 to: The Nebraska Honor Farm Family Award Lincoln Sunday Journal and Star Box 81689 Lincoln, Nebraska 68501 A general information blank will be sent to the nominated family as soon as this nomination is received.

1. The farm as a satisfactory place to llva. a. Condition and arrangement ot buildings. b.

Convenience of home. c. Location, arrangement and adequacy of windbreaks, landscaping and gardens. 2. Family life and community spirit.

1 a. Relationship of the various members of tha family with each other. b. Relationship of the family with neighbors. c.

Attitude of family toward community affairs. d. Participation of family In school, religious and social life of the community. 3. Success of family In operation of the farm or ranch business.

a. Adoption of modern farming or ranching techniques. b. Established procedures tor record keeping. c.

Proper land use practices. d. Best use of finances and facilities available. 4. Participation of family In actlvies which contribute to batter agriculture and to better farm or ranch family home life.

a. Willingness to follow improved practices which are iustltied by adequate research and tests. b. Participation in the activities of local groups to pronwta tha adoption ot Improved methods. C.

Participation In continued education programs sponsored by tha University of Nebraska. d. Attitude toward and support of such organizations as 4-H clubs. Extension clubs. Future Farmers of America, and general agricultural and commodity organizations.

e. Interest and active participation In such developments as soli and moisture conservation, Irrigation, weed control programs and proper land use practices. I hereby nominate for consideration as the Nebraska Honor Farm Family the farm or ranch family named below. name 3 name 5 1 Postoffice 5 1 1 1 Children, at home or in school: 1 I I I I 1 Acres 3 Signatura of parsons making nomination Addrass of nominator KiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiniuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiHiiitiHmiiiiitiiHiiHiiiliHniitiiiiiuiimiiiiiuiiHiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitHiiuuiiiuiiiitiiiiinitHiirauiiiui 7.

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