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vTiWELVE BEATRICE DAILY SUN Beatrice, Neb., Sunday, Nov. 1, 1942 &ers Down fkyliawks In Fourth Frame ,je% Bowling LEAGUE STANDINGS Linscott of the Wright Drug team broke into the lime light in week's city wide bowling by having an average of 183 for games rolled in this season's i league play. Hetherington contin- : j es ued to hold highest game of the : week honors with a 265. Business Men's Hetherington 15 Zigs Inn 14 Merchants 13 Times 1* Don Linn 30 9 •10 11 12 14 16 .583 .5-12 .500 .417 The Bag As Nebraska Met Kansas University. SEVENS PASSES DEADLY ' LAWRENCE, Kans.. Oct. 31 UP) —A gallant band of Kansas football players outplayed a heavily favored Nebraska team for 50 minutes today, but finally yielded »to an old jinx and dropped a 14-7 thriller to the Cornhuskers. All scoring took place after four tninutes of the final period had "elapsed. The plucky Jayhawks. " playing before a homecoming- 'crowd of 5,187, had a cleancut, „,-,„. edge until Nebraska power.-and j Oillespie H O. Zigs reserve strength began to pay di-1 Mitlowslu. Linn l;>4 vidends in the last period. Two drives of 56 and 69 yards brought both Cornhusker scores and extended an ancient Nebraska • domination over Kansas. Not since 1896 has a Jayhawk team beaten MEN'S BOWLING A 233 rolled by Ficklin of Swift & Co. topped Industrial league bowlers in individual scoring Friday night. Baldwin of the Staehs Insurance crew rolled a total of for the high three Buckeyes Put Out Of No 1 By Wisconsin Ohio State Loses First Of Season; Oklahoma Beats Iowa Stale 14-7. FAIRBURY IIREAKS LOSE A^AIN . . . i Mitlowskl ! Mtulco Fou Ik 151 Erixson Plank 190 Dr. Pepper .. 128 152 .... 130 isi 190 106 ISO 179—459 154—165 1,15—476 98—204 150 — 520 Totals Hastings Novelty .. . 8 High Scoring Block ". 212 MUlowski 208 Re'dmond 205 Big Three Block Heth 155 155 Pillow Kyle Huttenmaier Straw Baldwin 1'l S0f> 716 2124 s IriMirnm-e 112 143 159—414 99 112 126 127 106 221 105—316 107—360 98—204 161—560 Ci Glass Motors" 17 Black Bros 13 Bauers 13 12 10 Sparkling Life Morning Star Bowling Parlor ....•- 11 11 12 14 17 .708 .542 .542 .500 .417 .292 Nebraska on its home field Their, - lnd ^ Lincoln ln | Baker ; 245 Linscott 237 Morrison 233 Big Three i Linscott, n">' last victory was at 1916. Fumble Sets Stage A fumble by Hoyt Baker. Kansas sophomore quarterback, set the stage for the first Nebraska ^ march. Recovering Baker's bobble j Baker G ' lasg ' on his own 44, the Cornhuskers required just two running plays and an 18-yard pass from Roy Long, reserve halfback, to Allen Zikmund to reach the Kansas 27. Zikmund got 14 more on a reverse, then Long and Kirwin Eisen- Totals 515 709 630 1,554 Northern Natural Ciiis Tomcch 144 176 107—427 .154—462 Black 1S1 173 172 Schaulis 151 157 Rice .150 183 Woelke 134 145 Griffiths .136 155 Handicap 4 4 Totals 719 S20 Swift * Co. Long 178 173 Allen 150 145 Brandt 123 115 Folken 101 1S4 Ficklin 233 158 147138- 160 4- -480 -417 -451 ,10 2,249 ; MISSOURI GOES DOWN MADISON. Wis.. Oct. 31 (.-r>- T Wisconsin dealt Ohio State its first defeat of the football season today, rolling up a 17 to 7 margin over the highly favored Buckeyes before 45,000 spectators, the biggest crowd in Camp Randall's history. SINKWICK RUNS OVER ALABAMA ATLANTA. Ga., Oct. 31 <.-T>— Overshooting Alamaba's Red Ele> phants with a rain of passes. all- America Frankie Sinkwich personally took charge of Georgia's 21 to 10 victory before more than 33,000 wild-eyed fans today. SOONKRS GAIN """" BIG SIX WIN AMES, la., Oct. 31 '.P)—Oklahoma's Sooners won their second Big j Six confernce game in three starts j today by defeating the Iowa State I Cyclones before a homecoming | .138—489 169—464 133—371 i crowd. 14 to 7. The Sooners scored It was Hayes all evening as far as 15 Beatrice players were concerned Friday night when the flashy fullback and his Kairbury teammates ran over the Orange 18 to 6. Here the triple-threater (no. •16) is shown skirting the Beatrice left end for a 1en yard gain. Behind the runner and mostly covered by him is Heaton (no. B8) Beatrice guard. At the right side of the picture are E. Winkle, (no'. 42) guard, Sondereggrr (no. fit) and Spragno (no. 'J'J) bucks. Knirbury players arc Walker (no. 51) tackle, Holmes(no. 34, quarterback, and Shepherd (no. -13) end.—>£Fairbiiry News photo by Don Shear on). Fairbury 13 Beatrice 6 Beatrice won the toss and elect- j Hayes hit right tackle for two. | good for five to the Beatrice 41. to receive. Sprague returned j Hayes fumbled and Wilson recov- j Hayes hit right tackle and cut 28. | ered for Beatrice on the Fairbury ' back to go over for a touchdown. Fairbury Tops Beatrice For First^42 Wii Jeffs Outplayed Orangemen! All Around For 13 To Victory Friday. CORTE, HAYES STARSJ Fairbury won its first football] game of the season Friday nightl when it downed a. weak Beatrice I team by a score of 13 to 6 on its] home field before a good-sized] crowd of hometown and Beatrice! rooters. I The scort did not indicate thej j margin of superiority which the! Jeffs held over the Orange, how-1 ever. The host team outdownedl .106—391 14S—539 in t Tow; e^ first and second State in the third. the kickoff IS yards to the Wilson hit center for four anil Thics added two at the same spot. Sonderegger gained three Houchin lost foinvjiiul then punt- right guard. Houchin made Recreational League hart alternated on vicious plunges with Eisenhart going over from the Kansas two. Schlelch's placement was good. Kansas Conies Back • Kansas came back immediately, scoring On the first play after receiving the Nebraska kickoff. , From his own 35, Ray Evans tossed to Gene Roberts on the Nebraska 36 and the fleet halfback ran 'for the counter. The pass netted the point that tied the score. The Huskers not to be dented; drove 69 yards to the winning touchdown without once losing the ball. Long plunged six yards to score. Schleich's kick again was good. Statistics: Neb. Kans. Postoffice 18 Stevens 15 -Voortman 14 Wilcox Cleaners 11 Smith's Bread 8 6 9 10 13 16 18 ,750 i .625 : .5s;j j .458 : Totals 7S5 775 694 2.254 Beatrice Motor Freight First downs » 11 Yards gained rushing (net) 192 Forward passes attempted ,...- 10 Forward passes completed „ 3 Yards by forward passes 39 Yards lost, attempted by forward passes 0 Forward passes intercepted fey . 2 Yards gained run back of tot passes 3 Punting average (from scrimmage) 37 Total yards, all kicks returned 67 Opponents fumbles recovered 2 Yards tost by penalties .. 40 14 74 21 Daily Sun ................... High Individual Shield ......................................... - 230 Steele .......................................... 226 Redmond . .................................. 213 Big Three Williams. Sun Shield. P. O Steele, Stevens Industrial League Beatrice Motor F 16 Abs Tavern 15 Dr. Pepper 13 Northern Natural Gas 10 Staehs Insurance 9 Swift & Co 9 8 9 11 14 15 15 174 171 167 .667 ! .625 ! .542 I .417 .375 ; .375 Peterson Albers Newell Davison .. Straw Handicap Totals . Rhost Sand Gibson .... Loy 179 111 113 132 .127 . 25 148 187 134 121 25 14125- WICHITA DEFEATS KANSAS STATE WICHITA. Kas.. Oct. Wichita's outweighed periods, j ec( Fairbury fumbled the kick ground at loft end. Sonderegger and Sprague recovered on his own picked up three at right guard and Houchin's punt was downed 48 for a first and ton. Houchin put down one at left on the Fairburv 22. 1 (.D — Wheat- .154—4 U i shockers defeated the Kansas 155—455 i State Wildcats of the Big- Six. 9 145—411 i to 0. in a football contest witnessed by 5.000 fans today. It was Wichita's first triumph over the Manhattan school since 1904. -389 - 75 687 752 797 2,236 Ab's Tavern 165 147 165 127 Black ............ 169 193 121 177 131 136 148—506 165—433 141—399 175—480 Totals 773 758 834 2,365 LADIES' BOWLING In Friday night's ladies' bowling High Individual Scoring j it: was Rice °? Heffelfinger's Mar- Ficklin 233 j ket who went all the way to take Plank 232 i scoring honors. A 182 pegged in Baldwin 226 Big Three Gibson, Abs 178 Baldwin, Staehs 175 Plank, Pepper 171 14 Greater Beatrice 204 Davison Oilers 15 6 .714 Elks 10 11 .476 OJ Wright Drugs 9 12 .429 ' Bunvood Hotel 8 13 .381 0 High Scoring Hetherington 265 Nichols 235 Furois 234 43 Krim , 234 Big Three 44 Linscott, Wright 183 Hetherington, Elks 1,82 Staehs, Oilers 1*79 0 25 her second game took individual honors and a series total of 453 over-shadowed scoring totals of other bowlers by quite a margin. Heffelfinger's Market Hummer 96 64 86—246 | VVhitmore 105 93 76—274 i Rice 133 182 138—453 j Straw 100 100 i Handicap 18 21 GRliAT LAKES STOPS STET'BER ST. LOUIS. Oct. 31 (.Pi — The Great Lakes naval training station football team stopped Bob Steuber, the nation's leading scorer, and smashed the University of Missouri 17 to 0 today with a bruising attack that cost them 125 yards in penalties. The Tigers were helpless against the sailors. Bruce Smith, former Minnesota all-American, did everything for the winners—punt, pass and run—in leading them to the convincing victory. motion cost the local boys five yards. Thics picked up three at right guard. Houchin's punt was taken by Fairbury on the Fairbury 40. A penalty against Beatrice was declined. Hays went over right tackle guard for one then Mees gained seven at right tackle. Hayos ran the visitors 12 to 7 and gained 251J yards from scrimmage to 92 forj Beatrice. The Fairbury line, which did not! appear to be charging nearlysasj hard as other lines which Beatrice! has been outplaying all season,! clearly held the edge. The superior I weight held by the winning outfitf apparently spelled the difference-! Defensive Standouts The Beatrice line did play heads I up ball occasionally and did man-J age to throw the Fairburians forjj a total of 20 yards lost from scrimmage, due largely to the work ot\ Gore, left tackle, and Roschewski, left end. But the opponent found himself capable of opening up a hole over the right side of his own line at almost any time he wished. The defeat could be layed equally at the feet of the Beatrice back- • Ibltl. (,'IHI. 11 f\ >*.."> I » i ^ I li, II L O -•-----• —• "'OCT O " ""•* f* ». • „ k . , . »« -r -* for seven and "a first and 1 at the same spot. Sonderegger's fielcUhowever for letting the Jeffs Beatrice was penalized half the at distance to the goal, one yard, for no | interference and Hayes went over right tackle for the extra point. BEATRICE 0, FAIRBURV IS. Hayes kicked out of bounds and the ball was put in play on the end and a penalty for backi'icld iti : Haves made six at left end. ' Beatrice 40. Sonderegger was Roschewski spilled Hayes for no • stopped for no gain trying left .sain at right cud. Hayes hit right ; guard. Sonderegger gained four tackle ten. -.Haves' pass to Wilcoxen was good to the Beatrice 43 for another first and ten. Roschewski and Winkle threw pass was intercepted by Holmes who got back to the Beatrice 40. Beatrice was penalized five yards for being offsides. A reverse, Holmes to Hayes, netted four. Hayes got six and a 18 yards over the same spot for a Hayes for a five _yard loss. Mees : first down over rignt tackle. first and ten. Fairbury fumbled and Roschewski recovered for Beatrice on the Beatrice 31. ?ave the ball to Korte on an encl- around which lost another two. Wilson broke up Haves' pass in- ; for „„ g- ain flg the game endcc) . complete a total of nine out of 12 j passes, one of which traveled 31 j yards for a touchdown. The Fair- burians gained a yardage of 164] through the airlanes. On the offensive the Beatrice | backs never worked together. Notj tended fur Korte. Hayes punt Thies got six at right end. Hou- '. carried to the Beatrice 2 chin added one at right guard.' 1 Sonderegger ran right end for Holmes lost one when he was one of the boys got out to put onjj tackled by Gore. Hayes was held ! a good clean block or run inter- i ference. All work was done indi- f vidually. Houchin punted to the Fairbury j twelve and a first down. __ Sonde- j jjet yds. gained 92 Statistics Beatrice Fairbury The first quarter was played on First down*; ~ 10 ' f fl i r l" o\ri»n fprmo frhntlirVi TTafrhilr^r 28 regger put the ball in Fairbury Hayes was stopped cold by Gore ! t«^ory with at xteen yards at left 4-H Club Notes for no gain. Hayes made gains of six and four over right guard and tackle. First and ten, Fairbury. for a first and ten. Sonderegger got three at right tackle. Sonderegger was smothered for a six yard loss attempting to find a pass receiver, Hou- 10031- Totals A meeting of the Live Wire baby I beef club was held at the home of! Lawrence Schorder east of DeWitt! 360 j Tuesday night. There were ten! 65 i members and four guests present. ] _ Closing of the books and discus- A host of Beatrice players threw ; cn j n ' g pim t \ V as downed by Beat- Hayes for a three yard loss at ; , ; ce otl the faii-bury 30 but the right end. A pass Hayes to Korte p i ay vvas brought back and Fair- gained six. Hayes hit left tackle bury penalized five yards and au- for one and then punted to Hou- " chin who was dropped on the Beatrice eight. Houchin punted out on the Beatrice 28. Roschewski threw Hayes for a , t oma £j c fj rS (. down* for roughing the kicker. Houchin gained one in the center. Sonderegger wormed his way through right guard for six and Passes att ................... 2 Passes completed ...... 0 Yds. gained on passes 0 Punts 9 12 fairly even terms, though Fairbury i 251 I showed from the start that the j 12 game was no "cinch". Hayes began < 9 his slashing, pounding, passing! 164 stunts with the opening gun and 4 didn't give them up until the game Penalties .................... 6 Penalties yds ......... 36 Fumbles ........... ........... 3 Own fumbles recover. 3 Yds. lost ..from scrimmage ............ 14 0 20 closed. Midway through the second I three yard loss. A pass Hayes to , ^ lin added Uvo at , the other Wilcoxen put the ball on the Be- ° 447 460 431 1338 Nelson-MeKissick Woelke 91 96 Griffeths 103 95 Straw 100 100 Rhost 134 91 Mauriello, Bivins In Heavyweight Contest NEW YORK, Oct. 31 (ffi— Box- Ing's war-time "duration champ" of the heavyweights probably will come out of a November 27 Macli-son Square Garden bowt- between Tami Mauriello and Jimmy Bivins, and the prospect shouldn't make Joe Louis miss a minute's sleep or a platter of fried chicken. For, while Mauriello showed plenty of power in the stretch to overhald the tiring Des Koines veteran, Lee Savold, in the last two heats, win a ten-round decision in the Garden last'night and get the shot with Bivins, he didn't uncover anything that puts him in Louis' league yet. And as for Bivins, although he holds decisions over Mauriello and Bob Pastor in recent operations, he still is barely more than a light- heavyweight, although a lot of the folks say he's the best of all the bigger boys in action today. As a matter of fact, he'll probably be the betting favorite when he and Mauriello collide, and since Louis has said he didn't figure on fighting any more, the-"Clevelander could conceivably, by beating Tami, stay right on top after the war. Totals 428 382 463 1273 sion of next year's reorganization plans were the main topics of; 135—322 business. Paul Grabouski gave a; talk on the buyinf of calves forj next year and Carl Deitemeyer of j the county extension office talked ! on his activities since being in j 90—294 100—300 132—357 Central Co-Op Gillett 129 107 Ball 109 129 Higer 95 116 Kirk 130 132 Totals 463 -fsl Copeland Fiala 105 Straw 100 DeFord 78 Baumgardner.. 131 Handicap 43 133 100 63 115 43 121—357 84—322 93—304 135—397 433 1380 97—335 100—300 i 93—234 I 130—376 43—127 atrice 17. First and ten. Hayes cracked center for ten as the quarter ended. SECOND QUAKTEli Hayes was brought down by Houchin after he had gained one Fourth Quarter placed the ball on the 32 for a first and ten. Sonderegger gained two at left guard and two more at right guard. Sonderegger fumbled and recovered .on the Fairbury 38. . rT , , . . » i *• v, *.-w y v i i t.i , v.n i ^.nt i/o.iiukii.y >JO« ^;, £^L P ^^ '±: C ^ ! Houchin-. punt was downed'on the Beatrice. Refreshments were served following the business meeting.; The next meeting of the club will j be announced later. Grupe .............. 89 Handicap ............ 29 104 115—308 29 29—87 Totals .... 390 441 459 1290 Ideal 7-Up Reed 108 138 140—386 Voortman 83 96 103—282 Lenhart 118 99 64—281 Baehr 115 152 118—385 ed by Goodrich \vho returned four yards to the ten. Sonderegger hit right tackle for seven. Sonderegger fumbled to '; ^ nlcK ed uo lose two. Houchin punted to the £ . te P££,e 3 Beatrice -16 from where Hayes re- ; ll " nt tacKle tot turned two. Hayes to Wilcoxen in the flat on the right side for nine. Hayes failed at left guard. Hayes went over right tackle for four and a , ] 3Urv 4 -> first and ten, Roschewski making * °" the tackle. 12. • Hayes \vas held for no gain at right tackle. An end-around to and ten. Alecs lost one at Totals 45T 454 463 1374 Totals 424 485 425 1334 a first right end. Hayes picked up four at left tackle. Hayes, punted to Houchin who returned eight to the Fairry 43. Sprague lost one on a reverse A nass HnvP<5 to Shenheivi was from Houchin. Sonderegger gain- A pass Hayes to Shepheid was t ; ht ,, Houchin's incomplete Korte took Hayes ; £ Q „ and naso nvei' tho ppntpv on l.hp. Rent- : * . ... ..° ,.„ Schimentl Knigge , 86 89 ! Terwilliger .... 98 88 I Knigge 94 131 i The natives of Savo, one of the 193_292 I Solomon Islands, speak a peculiar 102 288 ! tongue thought to be a lost Mela- 90—315 / nesian dialect. pass over the center on the Beat rice 20 and ran across without be- ng seriously threatened. An at- empted field goal failed. BEATRICE 0 FAIRBURY 6 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Sticking His Neck Out By Merrill Blosser AtLYA GOTTA DO IS SEETHE' MOVIE. ITHEN WRITE A LOVE LETTER. AMD MAIL IN WITH YOUR.TICKET STUB, MR.GRABBLE.' AND ' WRITIMG- LOVE- LETTERS is KID STUFF.' I WOULDN'T EVEN KNOW HOW TbGOA&OUT IT/ CVCL PEOPLE WOULD TWIMK I WAS AM OLD FOOL .' NO,, SIR -- MOT AAE / I WOULDN'T BE SEEN MEAR.THAT THEATER. Tfms WEEK / F To u<e A SEAT IM rue BALCOWY WAY UP HUSH —WHERE ITS GOOD AMD . DARK/ PH. 1942 B5CNEA SERVICE. IMC.^: IT. M. PEfcru. £ PAT. OFF. CAREFUL, POP/ you DONT «MOW WHAT LIES . AHEAD/., RED RYDER r r si I A *' if At . £>!DN'f FINISH L-IELLING (AY ' CRYSTAL 0ALL 5 DESTRC . TE.LL ^rou The Warning By Fred Barman FACTS.' BUT] l \ \'T (A V1AR IS ABOUT TO START BE.TvJE.Ert THE L\TUE RANCHERS ArtD THE DOWEU.Y OUTFIT/ LEAME BEFORE IT STARTS/ LEAVE? VIHY.THAT'S" LIKE VlAlKlh'OUT , IN THE MIDDLE OF* CARD DEAL.' 'STAY i BEFORE THEN-' PL •MICE TAKING 10-31 . TaSciMC-a was brought out to the 20, Hayes made 15 over right tackle. Mees lost two at left tackle but the play was brought back and S =p ^^V s -j2SK »SSr»it fl ^'Sr 1 5 B^rice^ 28 Sd^g^ &Sa \«« * 7 ™ ^ ^ ™ ^ Beat ' ip seven at left tackle and Hou- , Holmes lost five with Thies mak . Roundup of Sports is chin made it a first and ten with j our over the center. j Sonderegger added four ' over j •ight tackle and another six at ; the same spot for a first and ten on the Pairbury 40. ' Houchin lost one at left end. Sonderegger was held to no gain at the other end. Sonderegger's i lass to Roschewski was no good, j Souchin's punt carried to the Fairbury three where Sonderegger j made the tackle. Hayes' punt was downed on the Fairbury 40 but the play was called back and Beatrice penalized five yards for offsides. Hayes' punt was blocked by Sonderegger and recovered, by Roschewski on the Fairbury four. Houchin plowed Into the center for one and Sonderegger went over right guard for the score. Sonderegger's kick from placement was no good. BEATRICE 6 FAIRBURY 6 Hayes took Sonderegger's kick and returned 12 to the Fairbury 26. Hayes' pass to Wilcoxen was good for 14 yards. Another Hayes flip was good to Shepherd for three, , Second Half Hayes kick was taken by Sprague and returned ' 15 to the Beatrice 37. Houohin made three at left tackle. Beatrice was .penalized 15 for holding. Sonderegger's attempt around left end failed to gain. Houchin fumbled a bad pass from center and recovered for a one yard loss. Houchin punted to "the Fairbury 35 wheve the Jeffs added 11 on a runback. ing the tackle. A pass, Hayes to Austin, was good to the Beatrice 46. Hayes' pass to Korte was FOOTBALL WBU., FOR GOSH 5AKE^ STOP »T.' lERE'S A DOLLAR IF ,V' PROMISE NOT to JPRACT1CE ANY MORE ^ -TODAY.' &jf ^ } ;ft | '•, -.t&rwijB <"?,«.*(• * •frfVjvi . , .^>v^' '"Silencing" Competition In Noise! By Walt Disney >'<£ c/.FA SOL* '-o ^8 ~™^ f T" 1 BIG SIX Nebraska 14, Kansas 7 Oklahoma 14, Iowa State 7 Kansas State 0, Wichita 9 Missouri 0, Great Lakes Navy 17 EAST Army 0, Penn. 19 Boston College 47, Georgetown 0 Brown 0, Yale 27 Bucknell 13, Lafayette 7 Carnege Tech 6, Pitt 19 Colgate 6, Holy Cross 6 Columbis 14, Cornell 13 . Dartmouth 14, Wm. & Mary 35 Pordham 7, St. Mary's 0 Princeton 14, Harvard 19 Navy 0, Notre Dame 9 Penn State 0, W. Virginia 24 Syracuse 0, N. Carolina Navy 9 MIDWEST Creighton 6, Okla. A & M 20 Drake 0, Tulsa<40 Illinois 14, Michigan 28 Indiana 6, Iowa Sfahawks 26 Iowa 13, Purdue 7 Michigan State 7, Temple 7 Minnesota 19, Northwestern 7 Ohio State 7, Wisconsin 17 SOUTH Alabama 10, Georgia 21 Auburn 0, Mississippi State 6 Davidson 24, V M I 6 Duke 7, Georgia Tech 26 L. S. V. 0, Tennessee 26 N. Carolina 14, N. Carolina St 21 Virginia 14, V P I 20 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 0, Texas A A M 41 Baylor 10, T. C. V. 7 •Rice 7, Texas Tech 19 S M y 7, Texas 21 MOUNTAINS Colorado-28, Wyoming 7 Colorado State 14, tJtah 33 FAB WES? California 20, Oregon, Q Oregon State O f Washington 13 ' Hugh Fullerton NEW YORK, Oct. 31 MP There's many a slip — which about as good a way as any to sum up the prospects for the big- league hockey season that gets started lonight . .. Nobody knows how it, will end, but you can figure that its showing will be a good indication of the future of baseball and other sports . . . For instance, with about 40 per cent of last year's players already in the armed forces, hockey clubs are loading up wtih guys like Ebbie Goodfellow and Sweeney Schriner, who either had retired or were about to; they're using former third-stringers and minor leaguers in some of the more important spots and bringing in as many 17 and 18 year old rookies as they can . . . And baseball men might take note that instead of cutting down their squads, the ice house gangs all ai;e planning to carry about 18 players although they can only use 15 in any one game . . . The idea, presumably, is to have spares handy in case some of the kids don't come up to expectations or in case they get that 24- hour notice to return to Canada and get measured for a uniform. Dote All, Brothers Tip on today's Georgia-Alabama game: Wally Butts, Georgia coach, never has lost twice to the same team — and Alabama beat the Crackers last year. . . When England and Scotland played an international soccer match at Wembley recently, Scottish officials wouldn't allow their players to wear numbers . . . They said the public needed no assistance in identifying them. ... Called upon to tell New York football writers something about his old high- school coaching rival, Paul Brown of Ohio State, Ensign Larry Oligor of the Manhattan Beach coast guard told them what a great guy Paul is, then concluded: "I'd still like to be associated with a team that knocks the socks off him." . . • Praise Brown and paws the ammunition. Service Dept. When Major Robert F. Spotts* wood, one of the best officer golf- era at Fort Hancock, N. J., challenged Sgt. Alphpnse Zedalis, the enlisted men's champion, to a match, Pvt.' Emil Sabol, who was runner-up, to Zedalis for the title promptly offered to caddy for the 3 quarter, after driving and passing, " to the Beatrice 31, the fullback j shot a direct hit to Korte, who was! racing along the 20 yard line. • Korte ran the remaining distance i to score. Downed On Three Beatrice came back strong though and drove to the Fairbury \ 40, from where Houchin was fore- ' ed to punt. Sonderegger broke fast I and shot down the field to catch Hayes on the Fairbury three. On the next play Hayes punted but the play was "called back and! Beatrice penalized on an offsides. The next punt, it was shown later, was to give Beatrice its lone score, for Sonderegger broke through and blocked it. Roschewski recovered on the Fairbury four and in j wo plays the Orang« pushed the ball across with Sonderegger lug- ing. Sonderegger's kick failed. The third quarter was all Fairbury with Korte, Hayes and Wilcoxen passing Beatrice dizzy but j another score was to be added in i the fourth. This time it was sudden. Hayes merely hit the "old aithful" hole over his right tackle and galloped 41 yards to score. On a trick running play he added the extra point. There was some credit due Beatrice, nevertheless. Roschewski t and Gore played good defensive'* 1 ball. Fairbury (13) Beatrice (6)] Shepherd le Roschewski Walker It Gore Hull lg Heaton Welch c .... Goodrich Graul rg Winkle Kenney rt Lampe ; Korte re .. Schim'enti Holmes qb Sprague Wilcoxen hb Houchin ! Mees hb ....Thies Hayes fb Wilson Substitutes: Beatrice, Bruce, Sullivan, Roehr, Sonderegger; Fairbury, McKimmey, Austin, Ridenour, Knoble. Sarge. . . . Freddie Fierro, Billy Conn's trainer, is due to go into the army at Fort Dix, N. J., Thursday but he's hoping for a qquick transfer to New Cumberland, Pa., where Billy is stationed, . . . The American bowling congress reports it is represented by one ex- champion in each of three branches of the armed forces and wonders if there are more. Matty Faetz, jr., is in the army, George Vaier of Milwaukee in the navy and Max Stein of Hollywood in the coast guard. Inside Stuff Speaking before. a sports gathering at Providence, R. I., the other nlgbt, Lefty Gomez said that his greatest thrill of the 1943 season came'when he got four hits In a game against Washington ./. "You'll notice," added El Goofo, "'that Bucky resigned after that." (Political Advertising) (Political Advertising) Elect LADD J. HUBKA to Unicameral Legislature Thoroughly qualified by education and experience Born and reared in Gage county . "• Support Will Be Appreciated ft ^ ^j jv«' v .i' > 'si 'd^rra t '''>'5 r 5 >j

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