The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on November 14, 1941 · Page 5
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UUEU-, v I'D LIKE TO BE AK1 AVIATIOKJ MECHANIC, IF POSSIBLE UUANTS TO CdET AHEAD, TH' TO TOSUM'P'N The Herald, Bessemer, Michigan Page Five P O P E Y E , T H E R E C R U I T I N G O F F I C E R , G E T S A I R - C O N D I T I O N E D ! BOWLING THURSDAY WOMEN'S LEAGUE Thursday, November 6 V I R G I N I A DARE Won 1, Lost 2 S. Miheve _____ 123 161 Acliatz ----- 97 121 Ciagne _____ 117 139 Brown _____ 118 162 Jezek ------ 164 113 P. E. L. M. 150 10S 119 168 145 ! 434 326 375 448 422 -ME ) FOR THE \ OUTDOOR I'M AW AJ1ATIONJ JUJELL,BUOIU ME DOU*4.' MECHANIC, NOWi'l ^A CeRTjNMH CiETTIM' PUEM 1 V0 l FRESH AIR J HAW lUELLIlLBE , IT'S -POSSIBLE-. 1 .' -TH'NAVN S»!VES VA TH' MOST COMPLETE INSTRUCKTIOUS IM AMV ONE OF SOME FORT4-ODD SKILLED TRADES HORN-SPOONED, You're flying high in the Navy You live like a king! Free meals. Free medical end dental care. No rent to pay. And you get regular raises in pay. What a life for a man who's young end ambi'iousl You get travel and aciver;- fure and you learn a skilled (rade Miaf puts you in line for big pay |obs when you get out of the Navy. If you are 17 or over, get a free copy of the illustrated booklet, "LIFE IN THE U. S. NAVY," from the Navy Editor of this paper. COUMTRV.' BUILD VOLJR FUTURE-J iM THE NAV4 REDDY KILOWATTS Won 1, Lost 2 G. Gray 117 133 126 E. K«H 130 132 104 Total _______ 619 69G ABELMAN'S Won 2, Lost 1 690 2005 A. R: Osier - 166 Blaha 117 1 M. Keonan --.- 38 124 84 58 111 117 73 376 366 401 318 HERALD PUBLISHING CO. M. 139 . 165 · Smolieh .._-- 146 "Bui-t 190 172 158 132 146 Ifili 198 186 .189 169 J. Vitich 181.180,202 M. E. A. E. L. Rodd ______ 146 174 Ahola ______ 125 143 Barbacovt __ 12S 127 Kiiiviueii --_ 137 142 Lernpiin ____ 199 144 134 12S 117 109 165 I 454 396 370 38S 508 477 521 464 525 563 Totals 568 531 531 1630 Totals 821 788 941 2550 SHORTY FRENCHY'S Won 3, Lost 0 Cocco 152 109-· 165 Halovac 161 185 176 Cocco 134 156 170 Felix 172 138 193 Balasz 182 163 138 Totals 801- 751 842 2394 426 522 4fiO 503 483 Total 735 728 653 2116 FASHtON S H O P P E Won 1, Lost 2 G. Winkowski . 109 1C9 A. Mallory _____ 126 118 M. Mncoant -- 129 122 M. Duda ______ 110 106 T. Proctor ____ 154 126 BESSEMER CREAMERY Won 2, Lost 1 E. Berlins 134 K. Geno 125 I. Pricco 68 P. Bartini 131 Dummy _ 105 120 166 86 107 105 161 9S 112 IDS 105 AMERICAN LEGION Won 1, Lost Z C. Scavarda '-- 190 12S 147 Brighentt' -- 134 146 190 Wakevainen_ 121 156 Miizanec 140 159 Super 150 146 BET F. A. A. .W 139 167 149 126 154 102 174 157 4015 398 353 390 437 Totals ·_- 563 5S4 584 1731: 465 470 j A. 416 J. 466! G. 445 i A. i T. T H E Won 3 : Lost 0 L. Erietcson -- 159 Erlicker 157 Baksic 170 Ericftson --_ 183 Erickson Jacobson 167 166 182 177 1SS 211 102 V.. M. E. T. J. Total 628 640 713 1981 MUSSATTO'S SKIPPERS P'ohocky _ _ _ 145 149 199 493 Mussatto _- 143 160 130 433 Tew 104 160 133 397 Willtins 137 150 135 422 Savitski 143 125 101 369 MICHIGAN BELL Won 1, Lost 2 E. Hoeft 121 149 -114 384 M. Michela 98 96 142 336 D. Proctor 84 91 118 293 I Brown 67 99 82 248 M. Rice 96 95 58 249 j D Totals 735 735 ELKS LODCSE Won 2, Lost 1 792 2262! P. Contralto -- 189 171 192 149 492 157 536 542 585 102 149 T. B. L,. F. T. Sartoris 143 ,, 130 BoIHne 120^' Maceamii 159 152 Duda 135 171 Bria 184 135 VaaOstrand - 146 273! Totals 851 845 TRUCKERS 867 2563 M. Rutimau -^_ 134 117 US 369 Totals 646 708 699 2053 · VIRGINIA DARE Won 1, Lost 2 S. Mihevei;; ; -- 170 130 145 445 P. Aehatz" 1 ---!- 144 146 155 445 E. Ciagne : 141 122 151 414 L. Brown 147 122 135 404 M. Priceo 112 138 17S 428 Totals -- 714 658 764 2136 FASHION SHOPPE Won 2, Lost 1 G. Wiukowski _ 159 176 182 517 A. MaUory 152 144 128 424 M. Duda 149 124 131 404 T. Proctor 105 160 170 435 Dummy _ 115 115 A.. Veralli 161 15S 319 135 189 137 206 147 255 i Won 0, Lost 3 500 i J. Novuscone -- 119 .443 525 293 Totals 466 530 GUTTER RATS Won S. Lost 1 514 1510'. Brach 151 Brach 110 Holup 145 Brach 132 133 159 133 168 161 188 179 140 114 179 440 4S9 383 427 472 Totals .. 741 734 814 2289 Total 672 744 69S 2114 HITTERS P I N Won 0, Lost 3 A. Giistafson __ 117 11S 1. Bradley 115 152 R. Richards __. 108 SO V. Frankovis -- 85 99 D. Corgiiit 113 130 141 141 52 113 135 37C, 40S i 240 · 297 378 M. S. V. A. E. Ennolite Re -- Ceiio Ippolite Michaelson _ 76 72 103 64 7fi 123 103 , 98 116 122 78 GO 138 133 134 218 208 364 334 3V2 Totals 470 4S3 543 149G Won 1, Totals 538 579 MARCHELLO'S Won 3, Lost 0 S. Johnson 10S 102 Co! email 114 Gliel'.er 152 Marshalak _- 97 KuiiEi 171 582 1699 V. A. S. G. 121 151 177 160 15S 9S 122 133 135 368 333 425 407 466 WHITE BIRCH INN Lost 2 NATIONAL. LEAGUE Monday, November 10 Los': 2 17S 128 216 1G6 RAMSAY-ANVIL LADIES' LEAGUE Tuesday, November 11 SINGER SERVICE Won 3, Lost 0 A. Mesich 106' 154 L. Sanders 101 127 A. Nnbert 129 151 M. Beissel 169 135 Dummy _ 102 102 Totals 657 754 800 2211 172 US 110 115 102 I j 432; 346 j T. 3901 M. DOMENIC'S Won 3, Lost 0 A. Jar.-oVjson 178 167 B. Wagner 134 162 Olson 17S 193 Lamoreaux _ 1GS 144 Mussatto --- 166 157 14fi 119 163 1S6 185 491 415 534 49 S 508 300 Won R. Miutrella --R. Vandeuberg F. Diiaperio -P. Carnenedo -H. Sorrenson -- 157 170 142 171 154 131 155 139 170 158 157 -i no 487 i 52S; 7 4421 Totals 607 li£N FRANKLIN Won 0, Lost 3 ' B. Kaliaru 145 S. Hsirris 111 T, Mooiiey 81 E. Mamiie . 121 D. Bvach ,_- 86 669 617 1S93 STORE Totals 824 823 SPARE RIBS Won 0, Lost 3 799 2446 Handicap 25 134 159 89 IDS 110 25 145 101 77 121 121 25 42i 371 247 350 317 75 E. Oas _. Dummy _ C. G. H. Olson Kovonski -- Chiivbonea.ii - 144 130 149 120 129 160 130 156 151 1GD 146 130 137 143 156 450 390 442 414 43 Tolnls 672 766 712 2150 Debate Tournament Draws 7 Schools Seven high schools participated in a debate tournament here Saturday. The question ot the debate was on compulsory military training. Miss June Madison, speech instructor was in charge in the absence o* Miss Florence Cresswell, debate coach, who is receiving medical treatment j-t the Mayo Clinic, Rochester. Minn. Miss M, Appel and Miss E. Miller !lso assisted in the debating event Miss M. Forno was in charge of the lunch served to the debaters at noon. ' The participating schools were Washhurn, Trout r,i-eek. \Vakefield. Ondossagon. Ewen. Iron River and Totals 680 765 769 22141 Bessemer ! The local high sclioo) debaters' Panama's rainy season is seven to ; rine months long. tvavel to Cloquet, M i n n . , tonior- ! row to debate. Totals ______ 642 711 646 1999 PIN MISSERS Won 2, Lost 1 C. Willesen 149 156 V. Lorenson _ _ _ 142 124 M. Stefanik 116 156 51. Lohb 148 145 M. Rutiman __- 111 102 , Totals 666 DEWEY'S Won 1, Lost 2 V. VauOstrand - 144 137 F. MacNamara - 128 132 A. Sartoris 126 103 P. Knohlpch -- 150 134 Dummy -: 115 115 146 128 143 165 100 451 394 415 458 313 Totals ' 794 S19 779 2392 REXALL. DRUG STORE Won 2, Lost 1 F. Barnich 176 160 172 50S \V. Bennetts -- 128 P. Carlson 13S 155 E. Rodd 175 134 Mussatto -- 184 167 Wilson Totals ______ 569 625 590 1784 G. R. 146 154 1C2 146 186 282 455 309 497 332 BRUSSO-JOHNSON Won 3, Lost 0 «S3 6S2 2031 totals 801 762 820 2383 186 125 135 142 115 Totals 663 621 703 1987 ! BESSEMER CREAMERY 467 ! Won C, Lost 3 "" Prohelski -- 138 174 15S 470 Olson 155 131 133 419 W. Happ 128 138 100 366 G Koronski 162 163 133 458 153 177 486 38S 364 426 345 C. C. Tlllner 171 Ellis 109 Halovec 140 Rigotti 125 Chovan 123 144 117 108 125 146 WOMEN'S LEAGUE Friday, November 7 JACK'S CAFE Won 1. Lost 2 T. Running -- 156 Totals 739 759 GOEBEL BEER Won 3, Lost 0 J. Bonovetz -- 142 211 Totals _ _ _ -- 674 640 WHITE BIRCH Won Q, Lost 3 D. Vukovich -- 94 126 L. Cerioni 150 106 E. Cerioni 114 108 N. Waikowski, _ 59 78 Dummy 71 71 Handicap' - 75 75 109 101 152 164 126 652 1966 383 361 454 454 406 701 2199 Elaine Brach -- 102 110 R. Novuscone -- 135 74 Kdith Brach -- 134 150 M. Contratto -- 125 84 p. Saudin 111 72 Totals 607 490 B E G I N N E R S Won .1, Lost 1 ; A. Scavarda -- 102 92 D. Boyer 92 87 M. Sampson US 108 X. Nyhurg 144 145 108 93 128 86 102 320 302 C. CoEtantlno - 158 189 Dummy _ 140 140 41 o!l. Tarnaaki ISC 163 2951 F. Costello 124 148 'S5 Totals 750 851 757 2358 157 157 140 176 127 510 504 420 525 399 517 1614 C. Carlson 74 78 111 108 103 ISO 144 305 287 32£l 469 296 Totals 530 510 646 1686 KELTO-VEL1N Won 1, Lost 2 C. Velin 177 150 169 496 H Lampi 142 188 147 477 L. Proctor 145 190 138 473 R Olson 1GS 152 ISO 500 W Ton-ell 170 195 192 557 Totals 802 875 S2l 2503 103 110 102 109 71 75 BESSEMER AUTO Won 3, Lost 0 J. Miclielli 137 129 117 W, Westernm _ 134 117 110 424 W. Kulick 140 171 143 3271 G. Saari 151 155 14 4061 W. HoKman .__ 144 116 146 4141 395 Totals 706 688 664 2058 L. S. DISTRICT POWER CO. Won 0, Lost 3 M. Bersano 120 100 165 385 Janov 94 91 98 283 Dimperio -- 150 142 139 431 Peterson 86 156 111 353 Monroe 153 181 151 485 323 366 324 248 213 225 J. J. I. G. Totals 60S 670 664 1937 Totals 563 564 570 1697 VARDA'S TAVERN Won 2. Lost 1 M, Varda 127 130 A. Mussatto -- 132 117 B. Jasper H5 ' 92' D. Jasper 91" 87 H. Varda - 12i 112 Handicap _ 36 36 Totals 621 574 BEAUTY NOOK Won I, Lost 2 M. Pogliano ,,_ 132 Dummy _ 127 1S1 438 126 375 99 306 ' 122 : '300 143 V 375 36 108 707 1902 THURSDAY WOMEN'S Thursday, November 13 MUSSATTO'S Won 2, Lost 1 M. Plohocky __ 108 109 179 396 M. Mussatto _._ 136 143 179 458 E. Tew -- 106 154 153 413 J;. Savitski 129 134 89 352 Dummy - 115 115 115 345 Miss Joan Reutter, University of Michigan co-ed songstress, got best wishes and a replica of Edison's first Incandescent lamp from Governor Murray D. Van Wagoner when she visited the Capitol this week. She leaves for New York Friday to represent Michigan on the Hour ot Charm broadcast Sunday, Nov. 16. The Governor gave her the lamp as representative of tlie home state ot Thomas Edison, whose name is close- ly associated with the sponsors of the program. Joan was chosen "Miss Michigan of Song" at the University following two campus elimination auditions. She'll be in competition with nine other university co-eds tor a $1.000 personal prize 'and ;a $4,000 fellowship for the University.-'' Station WWJ, Detroit, will carry the program at 10 p. m.., Sunday. CANADIAN Rigotti SI Jacobson -- 12S Siwca 125 118 1227 99 153 140 106 127 SO 164 17S 356 381 260 445 443 Totals 594 655 MARCHELLO'S Won 1, Lost 2 a. Johnson 126 122 V. Coleman 149 143 A. Gheller 123 113 S. Marshalek __ 223 134 Dummy _ 115 115 715 1964 145 132 IIS 139 115 393 424 354 496 345 ATLANTA CONVOY Totals 593 637 G55 1885 Archers Score on Gas and Burlap Deer Oscar, the patient excelsior and burlap deer \tViA gasoline engine power, bobs 'round and 'round In a circle tp give prfttfticing archers shots from all directions. Michigan's bow-and-arrow deer hnnters, some 600 strong last season may be increased this year by the prospect of shooting rteer at either sei in central Allegan county and of shooting a doe or buck for camp use in the entire northern deer hunting area. Bothln tie north and at Allegan the archeirf s«MMj* Iferember 1-M inclusive- IDLE HOUR INN Won 3, Lost 0 V. Bavron 135 M. Callovi 131 Shogreu 138 Skur 114 Knnsi 167 H 116 97 125 141 124 108 128 135 131 170 359 356 398 386 461 TolKls 685 603 672 1960 ANVIL-PALMS TAVERN Won 0, Lost 3 V Johnson 111 115 121 347 B. Mesich 91 95 91 277 A Chernak 113 105 85 303 E Massie 95 84 106 285 F Wosteen 69 100 78 247 Handicap 79 79 79 J!37 Totals 558 578 500 1696 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Wednesday, November 12 HARDING ATHLETIC CLUB Won 0, Lost 3 A. Nurmi 133 171 140 44 B Fauhl 159 128 116 40 A. Bjork 95 116 109 320 B! Erickson 126 144 144 41 B. Burn -- 174 152 158 48 Totals 687 711 667 205 Totals 736 627 649 2012 · DEWEY'S Man 0, Lost 3 V. Van Ostrand 139 153 171 463 MacNamara . 124 120 142 386 A. Sartoris 116 128 108 352 Knobloch ._ 9S 168 103 369 Dummy _ 115 115 115 345 Totals 592 684 639 1915 ABELMAN'S Won 0, Lost 3 M. Rodtl 162 135 141 43S Ahola 138 122 143 403 Barbacovl __ 170 140 130 440 Kitivinen ___ 163 129--M6' 43S Lemplin 140 177 182 499 Totals - 773 703 742 2218 PIN HITTERS Won 7, Lost 2 A. Gustafson --' 121 D. Corgiat 136 R. Richards -- 93 I. Bradley 122 V. Frankovis __ 112 Totals 584 648 699 1931 PIN MISSERS Won 2, Lost 1 C. Willesen 128 167 144 439 V. Lorensou -- 109 100 127 336 M. Stetanlk __. 126 156 154 436 M. Lobb -- -- 149 168 156 473 Zy Ontor. QJINCE the outbreak of war, the day, it musters .more than 20,000 1 Royal Canadian Navy which is owned and maintained by the Dominion wherever It is serving, has established an enviable record. It has conroyed ships carrying more than 27,000.000 deadweight ton»: it has fought in th« North Se* and it his captured iever«l enemy Teasel*. At the declaration at war the strength of the CaiMdita Nary WM iboot 9,100 an aad IS skips. To- men and 200 vessels;-Including 13 destroyers, several of which were secured from the United States in the destroyer deal. By March, 1942, the Royal Canadian Navy, two' ot whose destroyers sjre vtctored above, will h« manned by sou* 27,000 men and the fleet wffl consist of more than 400 ship* ot various types, tfiny of C*nad*'i' mm come from UM pnUrfe laces. :

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