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Frazier Next Target For Triumphant Ali Atlanta Muhammed All is back and ready to meet champion Joe Frazier in a fight that should be explosive climax to what has been several years of confusion, frustration and doubt in heavyweight division. ready to settle the Ali said Monday night after disposing of tough Jerry Quarry in three rounds in first fight in years. was much harder to fight than Joe Frazier will said the man who rose to the heavyweight championship as Cassius Clay and then was A. LINCOLN, TUESDAY, OCT. 27, PAGE 19 stripped of his title when he was convicted of refusing induction into the Army.

ready to fight him as soon as we can get rid of Foster and as soon as Clay can get manager, Yank Durham said in East Stroudsburg, where Frazier is training for a title defenseagainst light heavyweight king Bob in Detroit Nov. 18, did not see triumphant return, which was shown on closed circuit television, but he go to sleep until he knew the result. Foster, who has a thunderous left hook, could upset an Ali- Frazier fight. Another block could be conviction which drew a $10,000 fine and a five- year prison sentence. The conviction still is being appealed.

Ali was a heavy favorite to win the historic fight at Allan- Pistons Continue old Municipal Auditorium, jammed with 5,100 people, but it was the manner in which he won it which showed that indeed he once again is a major force in boxing. From the opening bell of the scheduled 15-rounder until the fight was stopped at the end of the third round with blood gushing from split left eyebrow, Ali was in complete command. Using his reach advantage and showing he had not lost his punching speed, Ali peppered Quarry with stinging left jabs and jolted him with left hooks and rights. It was a straight right in the third round that ripped open eyebrow, a wound that required 15 stitches. guy I saw with Quarry was the same guy that fought' said manager, Angelo Dundee.

was amazed at what I Ali, now 28, fought Zora Folley March 22, 1967 and won by a seven-round knockout. UPI TELEPHOTO Cassius Clay scores with a right in the third round of his fight with Quarry. Clay won the tight on a TKO after the third round. To Roll Polls Disagree ou No. 1 Nebraska Solidifies Ranking UPI TELEPHOTO A battered Jerry Quarry ducks a right by Cassius Clav ill the third round of their match.

b'ootball The Green Bay have lost defensive tackle Rich Moore for the season with a tom Achilles tendon. Tom Matte, out of action since the first game ith an injured left knee, i.s out again after having played one game and reinjured his leg. Matte is expected to miss four more weeks. The Now York Jets have acquired guard Dave Middendori from Cincinnati for an un- di.sclosed draft choice. Ossie Solem, head coach at Iowa and Syracuse during the 1930s and early 40s has died at the age of 78.

Solem coached Michigan State head coach Duffy Daugherty and ai one time had as assistants former Oklahoma coach Bud Hilkinson and Michigan State athletic director Biggie Munn. Three suspended black freshman players at Idaho State have been reinstated. Basketball Kick Barry of the New York Nets will he out of action for about five weeks with a fractured right foot. The Texas Chaps have traded Charlie Beasley to the Miami Floridians for Greg Wittman and two draft choices. i liber The Milwaukee Brewers will sponsor Evansville in the American Association in 1971.

The NCAA Financial Aid Committee has formulated a proposal that would drastically cut the amount of money colleges and universities could expend on athletic programs. The aim of the proposal would be to equalize competition. By Associated Press runaway Pistons set a record for success while Cincinnati was snapping a string of futility. The undefeated Pistons, making a shambles of the National Basketball Midwest Division, battered Seattle 142-111 Monday night for their eighth successive victory. That exceeds the seven- win mark set when they were the Fort Wayne, Pistons in 1956 and equalled in Detroit in 1961; In the only other NBA game, the Cincinnati Royals won their first game of the season after five setbacks, walloping Atlanta 126-107.

In the lone American Basketball Association game, the Virginia Squires remained unbeaten and in solid command in the East Division, belting the Memphis Pros 120-103. The Pistons pulled three games ahead of idle Milwaukee in the NBA Midwest Division and dropped the SuperSonics, now 3-3, into a three-way tie with San BYancisco and Los Angeles for supremacy in the Pacific Division. With Dave Bing leading attack with 35 points, the Pistons ran roughshod over Seattle, opening a 15-point bulge after one quarter and expanding the lead to 7548 at the half. Johnny Green was big gun with 30 points, 15 in the fourth period. The Royals were never headed after snapping a 4040 tie early in the second quarter.

Virginia cruised to its si.xth victory and consigned Memphis to its third defeat in four games on the strength of George 26 points and 24 by Charlie Scott. Jimmy Jones, who tied Wendell Ladner for Memphis scoring honors with 18, became the seventh ABA player to pass the point career mark. Nebraska bolstered its fourth place ranking and Texas cracked Ohio domination of the No. 1 in the wire service football polls Tuesday. Texas replaced Ohio State as the leader in the Associated Press poll of writers and sportscasters even though the Buckeyes got 16 first place votes to 15 for the Longhorns.

Texas compiled 670 points in the poll compared to 664 for Ohio State. club remained on top in the United Press International poll of but the Buckeyes lost some of the 'margin they enjoyed a week ago. Notre Dame remains No. 3 in both polls and Nebraska No. 4 with the Cornhuskers com- a bigger total in each poll.

xNebrasika compiled 245 points in the UPI poll to close the gap on the front runners. A week ago Nebraska had 218 points and trailed No. 1 Ohio State by JOO points. Now Nebraska is only 62 points back of the Buckeyes. The Cornhuskers collected 514 points in the AP poll as compared to 477 a week ago after demolishing Oklahoma State.

65-13. Missouri, now 4-3 with losses only to top ten members, niov- i'd back into the AP top 20 at No. 17 after defeating Colorado. The Tigers are the only obher Big Eight team cracking the top 20 list in either poll. AP 1 Texas (15) (5-0) 2.

Ohio State (16) (S-0) ...................664 3. Notre Dame (4) (5-0) ................619 4. Nebraska (1) (6-0-1) 514 5. Michigan (1) (6-0) .....................434 6. Stanford (6-1) 7.

Air Force (1) (7-0) 359 8. Arkansas (5-1) 9. Tennessee (5-1) 238 10. LSU (5-1) 207 Second Ten; 11. Arizona State (190); 12.

Auburn (157); 13. Mississippi (145); 14. San Diego State (43); 15. Pittsburgh 16. Oregon (291; 17.

Missouri (26); 18. Southern California (22); 19. UCLA (20); 20. Northwestern (18). Others receiving votes: Alabama, Dartmouth, Duke, Kansas, Mlsslssslppi State, Toledo, West Virginia, Yale.

UPI 1. Ohio State (17) (5-0) 2. Texas (10) (5-0) .........................27) 3. Notre Dame (3) (5-0) 269 4. Nebraska (3) (6-0-1) ..................24.5 5.

Michigan (6-0) .............................171 6. Stanford (6-1) ..............................145 7. Air Force (7-0) ...........................130 8. Arkansas (5-1) 81 9. Tennessee (5-1) 50 10.

Arizona State (6-0) 40 Second Ten: 11. LSU (35); 12. Auburn (25); 13. Mississippi (11); 14. San Diego State (5); 15.

Oregon (4); 16. (tie) UCLA (2) and Yale (2); 18. (tie) Dartmouth (1), Pittsburgh (1) and Toledo (1). Wednesday POST TIME 1:30 M. First race, purse $900, 3 and claiming 6 furlongs.

Collywobbles Swatina Frifze Lynn Nahrview Mack Kelly Betta Bushel Olympia Stride Sacky Sue Mount Way Candy Flower Also: Bing Broom, El Red. Second race, purse $900, J-year-nlds, maiden allowance, 4 furlongs. Kitten French Door Golden Pixie Miss Carolyne B. Junnies Date Tri Cri Berma Sails Zipper Ogilvie In Vue Of Irvington Also: Jet's Bomb Sight, Availablo George, Spinacounf, Sal. Third race, purse $900, 4-year-olds enrt up, Nebr.

bred, claiming i furlongs. Marcia K. Phil's Stevie Cha Cha Charlie Sugar Sharon Tonys Baby Space Bound Richie Star Fourth race, purse $900, 4-year-olds ensi up. Claiming 6 furlongs. Rapid Ken Kay Toes Sum One's Pride Irish Issue Joe Diver Maiuba May Mr.

R. W. Daries Page Alta O. Sweet Ending Cornhuskers Eye Colorado, Open Preparations Indoors All events free unlMc foUowvd by all a.m. imlem faced for p.m.

By DON FORSYTHE opening preparations for football invasion of Colorado go exactly as scheduled, but the Cornhuskers let inclement weather disrupt their workout. Coach Bob Devaney had hoped to conduct the Cornhusker practices on grass this week since what be playing on in Boulder Saturday. But rain forced Devartey to abandon that plan at least for one day Monday as it the Cornhuskers indoors. The Cornhuskers did get a chance to work a little on their passing game in Memorial Stadium between showers, but the bulk of the work was conducted in the Fieldhouse. The squad also heard a scouting report on the Buffaloes.

Cornhusker freshman coach Jim Ross, who scouted Colorado at Missouri last week, claimed that Missouri played Bob Devaney Buffs Can Be Tough its best game of the season in stalling the Buffs, 30-16. is a fine football team with fine personnel it has as fine personel as anybody in the Ross said. Ross claims that in Clifford Branch and Larry Brunson the Buffs have two. of the fastest wide receivers the Cornhuskers have had to face all year. was also impressed by Steve DalPcarto, a kid you hear much he said.

The veteran receiver has been a consistent performer for the Buffs for three seasons. Ross pointed to fullback Ward Walsh as being the workhorse, but noted that recently-promoted tailback Jon Key worth bears watching, too. a grown said Ross. Corgan would like Keyworth is 6-5 and 215. runs a lot of the Houston option.

the basis of their said Ross. going to have a tough time in Boulder he concluded. Football Lincoln High 21, Grand Island 18 Lincoln High 6 8 0 Grand Islarkd 6 6 0 5 run; Craig 6 run; James 5 run; run and kick. 1 pass from Depin; Bucko 55 run; Higgins 5 run. ednesflay state Horse Racing Atokad, Tuesday Cornhusker p.m.

12 Big Eight Highlights Iowa State V. Kansas films, 11:25 p.m. (7). Junior Golf Course Closing With a successful season behind it, the Junior Golf Course will close at the end of play Sunday until next spring. According to Parks and Recreation Director Don Smith, a t( 7 tal of about 26,000 rounds had been played as of mid- October, about twice last rate.

Ctf those, 15,000 rounds were juniors, the rest adult or tournament play. Also; Randy's Action, Two Eyed Jack. Happy Deer, Queen of Kent. Fifth race, purse and no. claiming 6Vj furlongs.

Prince Sudden Bee Line Jet Squad Tactics Tarry Brief Mr. AAorn Lucky Lip Firm Bull Roman Throw Roble Hidden Page Also: Sombrero Band, Rip Errard, Browrti Banner, King Twist. Sixth race, purse $900, 3-anci claiming mile and 70. Sandbur Sam Seam's Foxy Dani Jones Lonely Way Miss Continental Atlasta Mr. Gender Drivin' King Cole Happy Clementine Tassa Hoot Also: Rambling Bush, Ella Whirl, Pug Knows Best.

Seventh race, purse $1,200, 3-year-oldi, claiming 6 furlongs. Ohio Bound Misamoon splinter Bring Us Luck Eighth race, olds, claiming Ail The Same Am Swiff Sacemup Mr. C. A. Nickel Time Foreign Eaqie Sammy Sioux purse $900, 3-and 4 yeap 2 000 1 600 furlongs.

Come On Kid My Clue Sgf. Dudley Uncle Les Ninth race, purse $900, 4-year-oldt and up, claiming $1,500, mile and i. Boss Line Wise Gun Tuck's Top Prince Samurai Dixie Jet Salad Nights Joey Jekyll Annie Ross CoiTeilioii The Lincoln Evening Journal inaccurately reported in its Oct. 22 edition that Judge Sun Glo won the cutting horse futurity at the State Fairgrounds. Sun Glo was the high point Nebraska horse, but finished sixth among overall entries, not first.

Owned by Virgil and Dayton Layman of Lincoln, Sun Glo was named the winner of the Jim Reno Trophy. Undoubting Vikings Wallow Past Rams Statistics First downs Rushing yardaga Passing yardage Return yardage Passes Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Rams 5 12 66 46 34 26 17 10 10-22-0 5-9-1 5-35 7-32 4 2 48 30 Minneapolis St. Paul arl Eller simply lat the Minnesota Vikings took ie right attitude to the line of crimmage on a game-turning oal line stand against the Los ngeles Rams. never doubt ourselves, aid Eller, a 6-6, 250-pound lefensive end. realize the lercentages.

But we will never The Rams, after Kermit Uexandfr's 49-yard return a deflected punt, had a first iown on Minnesota two 9 seconds left in ttie first half md the Vikings leading 10-0 1 rainy, muddy National Foot- jall League game Monday First, Us Josephson got a yard in the middle. Roman Gabrid got a few inches on a quarterback sneak. And Gabriel was smothered in the middle again on third down as tiane ran out time of the half, and the ings finished up with a 13-3 victory in the Monday night television game. The Rams actually got an extra down after second down thrust over right tackle and no time on the scoreboard clock. But referee Fred Silva ruled that the Vikings did not unpile in time, and gave Gabriel another down.

But it made little difference. can happen in a situation like said Eller. being boastful that we never concede. But never six points until on the Alexander actually thought he had put six points on the board with his run after Willie Ellison stormed into get a hand on Tom punt. Jim Lindsey tackled him at the two.

thought I was said Alexander. should have tried to elude Lindsey, but I was worrying about a Alexander had cause for worry. The Rams lost four of seven fumbles and Vikings turned two of them into 10 points. Ram return man Alvin Raymond a punt on the Ram 18 in the first period, and Kent Kramer recovered for the Vikings. Bill Brown slipped between guard and tackle, sped up the middle, up the field and took Gary 17-yard touchdown pass in the end zone for a 7-0 edge.

running back Larry Smith fumbled in the second period, Alan Page picked it up at the Los Angeles 22 and ran to the 14. Fred Cox kicked a 13- yard field goal. The victory gave the Vikings a 5-1 record and sends into Detroit next Sunday to meet the Lions, also 5-1, for the Central Division lead of the National Conference. Los Angeles, dropping to second with a 4-2 record in the West behind San plays at New Orleans. Los Angeles 0 0 3 0-3 Minnesota 7 3 0 3-13 Minn Brown 17 pass from Cuozzo (Cox kick) Mtnn-FG Cox 13 LA-FG Ray 23 Minn-FG Cox 25 Pro Standings Page 20 UPI TELEPHOTO Jim Marshall (70) dives over a block to grab Ixos Roman Gabriel for a loss..

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