The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on November 28, 1941 · Page 5
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iy, November 28, 1941 M1DCETS IT IRONWOOD SK, GUENTHER, STEN- SET PACE IN 29-16 WIN SEASON OPENER Inlaying before a capacity house in * ^Luther L. Wright high school mnasium, the Hurley Midgets gave Bjce to the rest of the M-W conferee teams that their advance no- concerning the strength of the were too modest. |The Midgets defeated the Ironed lied Devils before a crowd of ore than 2,000 fans by a score o£ ?Uo IB. |Paeed by Dick, the Midget center, ho topped the scorer with 9 nine bints, and aided by the .-.small but Sever ball-handler, Stennian, who Stayed right forward, and Dick Guen- |ber, right guard, the Hurley team, bowetl great possibilities as early eason kinks are ironed out. !j£ Overcoming a slight handicap that ieemed to bother the Midgets--that Sf playing in a larger gymnasium, the /isconsln boys found themselves |jind at half time were in the lead by score of 13 to 7. At the three- auarter mark the score was Hurley, 19 and Jronwood 11. I' M an y close shots were missed, but |hat was to be expected in the open- contest for each side. Later in |he season the basket-eye will he Developed and more scoring will be ione. Gorrilla, led the Red Devils in to- a.1 points, making two field goals and I*free throw for 5 points. Augustinak anil Babich each made two Sid goals for four points. ^Ironwood was a little weak on ee throw shots, making 2 out of |chances, while Hurley made three it of four free throws. was very clean by both sides, ere being only eight fouls on the ey team, while Ironwood had tly 4 fouls. lineup and scores: flronwood (16) FG FT £$orrllla, rf 2 rf 0 j^CJphderson, rf 0 'Jbjavecky, ]£ -- o fJMinson, !f 0 Kjellett, l£ 0 .riiJBgustmiak, c 2 Langdon. rg 1 t Scott, rg 0 The Herald, MkMgm Page Five old, rg Ig engros, Ig Totals Hurley (29) Itenman, rf fell, rf ·embath, rf s, If 'omasin, Jf JTocci, tf lick, c luenther, i-g 'homas, Is ·irby, !g PF 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 TP 5 0 0 1 0 0 4 2 0 0 4 0 BOWLING Friday, November 21, 1941 JUNIOR WOMEN'S LEAGUE GUTTER RATS Won 2, Lost 1. S. Re 9ft 66 66 222 V. Ceno 87 138 155 3SO Dummy 105 105 105 315 E. Berling 142 131 124 397 Dummy __ 105 105 105 315 Total __ 529 545 555 1629 JACK'S CAFE Won 1, Lost 2 El. Braeh 119 US 106 343 R. Novascone __ 74 65 134 273 Ed. Brach 132 99 144 375 M. Contralto 74 99 95 268 S. Sandin 95 123 108 326 Total ._ 494 504 5S7 15S5J · BEGINNERS Won 0, Lost 3 A. Scavarda 88 D. Boyer 97 M. Sampson 138 126 137 401 E, Jacobson SI 60 65 206 C. Carlson 108 110- S3 361 Treed! S5 113 278! So S5 267 WOLVERINES AND OHIO STATE TIED TIE FOR SECOND PLACE IN BIG TEN; KELTO PLAYED LAST GAME SATURDAY · Ohio State and the Wolverines of Michigan played to a 20-20 tie, in a game'at Ann Arbor that was replete with thrills, as first one t earn and then the other was in the lead, Michigan trailed in the opening quarter, and also in the third quarter before they were able to eke out a tie with the toagh Buckeye squad. Reuben Kelto of this city distinguished himself on numerous occasions as he made several tackles that brought comment from the radio announcer who broadcast the game. This was Kelto's last game for the Michigan team. Michigan.and Ohio State are now tied fov second place in the Big Ten, which is ruled by the Minnesota Gophers who are also laying claim to the national mythical championship .'· Michigan has the following record this year on the books: Wins--Michigan State, 19-7; Iowa, 6-0; Pittsburgh 40-0; Northwestern, 14-7; Illinois, 200, and Columbia, 28-0. Losses-Minnesota, 7-0. Ties--Ohio State 20-20. . Ohio State came through with a good year winning from Missouri, 12-7; Southern California, 33 to 0; Purdue. 16-14; Pittsburgh, 21-14; Wis consin, 46-34, and Illinois, 17-7. Lossi es. Northwestern, 14-7. Ties--Mich- Ramsay News Total ,, 504 466 483 1453 REDDY KILOWATTS Won 3, Lost 0 G. Gray 79 124 144 347 E. Kent 98 126 133 357 E. Oster 134 173 134 . 441 R. Blaha 130 115 112 357 M. Michela 116 122 89 3S7 No harm came to this raccoon when conservation department "· ·*«·*··* » » u v » « ^'UC~U .«-·*_ ^_CJJJ.U*_-l it* JJ.A^-iUg^.UL i* 1 T M M I ilU-lilt ITS \Vill I J l ^ L numbered 9.CCO and toot 30.000 pelts, will chase their quarrv nisL K-ith lanterns, to the "mnsicr of well trained "coon dogs. I igau, 20-20. Total _ _ 557 660 612 1S29 7 2 4 16 FG FT PF TP RAMSAY-ANVIL LADIES' LEAGUE Tuesday, November 25 SINGER SERVICE Won 1, Lost 2 A. Meslch 162 135 179 47S ; L. Sanders 159 144 204 507 ] B. Mesich 92 91 129 312 · A. Nobert 95 96 117 308 : M . Beissel 107 106 92 305 ' Handicap . 1 1 1 3 Totals 616 573 722 1911 VARDA'S TAVERN Won Z, Lost 1 M. Varda 170 112 135 417 A. Mussatto _-- 158 151 121 430 \ D. Jasper 100 125 131 356! B. Jasper 96 135 109 340j H. Varda 157 141 136 434 Totals 13 3 S 29 ^ Officials: Referee, Duffin of Wake- afield; umpire, Gowe of Wakefield. , t The:;Bessemer Speed Boys open j!their basketball season this evening [.against the Ashland team there. Wolverines Open Cage Season Dec. (13 Against State Wolverines Closed '41 Season With Fine Record ANN ARBOR--A statistical review f Or the year \ras 688 yards, thus of Michigan's 1941 football season bringing bis three year yardage total shows that with Capt. Bob WestfaU to 1864--104 yards more t n n n a mile, and Tom Kuzma setting the pace the The Michigan captain also scored Wolverines oatgained their eight op- seven touchdowns for 42 points. In ponents almost two yards to one on his two previous seasons he had tall- the ground but were outgained them- led five touchdowns. 1 DEER LICENSE SALE SET RECORD 176,000, 1940 RECORD TO BE SURPASSED BEFORE NOV. 30TH Par outrunning conservation depart ment anticipations of a 10 per cent increase, deer hunters have gone north in such numbers as to require n last minute printing of 30,000 addi- I net ruction On Decorations Instructions on making of Christinas decorations will be given next week at a series of three community meetings to be conducted by Edith Johnson, county club agent ' First of the meetings will be held : at the Ramsay town halt on Tuesday afternoon, December 2, beginning at 1:30. The second will be held on Thursday afternoon at the Erwin town, hall, and the final meeting will be _at the Little Girls' Point schoolhouse on Friday evening, December 5th. Three types of decorations will be made using evergreens and any person wishing to attend should contact Miss Johnson for the list of material to be brought. The decorations are very simply made, and one person can complete all three of them in from two to Ihree hours. * * * * Mi's. Carl Anderson Feted y'' A miscellaneous shower was given ^Friday night honoring Mrs. Carl Anderson. The evening was spent in. playing cards and prizes were awarded as followsN^" 5^500 rummy, Mrs. Earl Matden ; high and Mrs. Ozello, low; 500, Mrs. Bernardo Devietti, high and Mrs. Louise Zawicki, low; bunco, Mrs. Reynold Faline, high, and Mrs. Toivo Selin, low. Later lunch was served by the hostesses, the Mesdames Harold Anderson, Walter Mehler, John Carlson and JiiiiHs Moresehini. Mrs. Anderson received many gifts. Bullet-proof glass two or three inch es thick is one type of effective armor for airplanes. selves 712 yards to 41S through th^ Kuzma picked up 581 yards by Uonal indiyi( i ual deer huntmg 1{cens . air. rushing and completed 26 of 59 pass- In winning sir games, losing one es for 317 additional yards. His and fighting to a 20-20 tie in the oth.- rushing average was 4.15 yards per er, Michigan picked up a net total try. He also averaged 36.7 yards on yardage of 1870 yards hy rushing, ech ota 43 punts during the seson. Their opponents -- Michigan State. He xres the team's leading scorer Iowa. iPttsburgh, Northwestern ilin- with 4S points on eight touchdowns - es, which were rushed to dealers and i northern district headquarters by plane and special automobile messenger service. By this weekend it was expected 200,000 licenses would have been issued, where the previous Totals 6S1 664 632 1977 BEN F R A N K L I N STORE Won 1. Lost 2 B. Kahara 106 153 131 390| nesota, Illinois, Columbia and Ohio Other outstanding ground gainers State--cracked the Wolverine line among the Wolverine backs were for gains totaling 942 yards. r Dave Kelson with 1S4 yards, Paul StatisUcs for the four years H. O. : White with 147 and Harold Lockard "Fritz" Crisler has served as Michi- with 106. Their averages per try gan's head coach show that the Wol- -were S.31 yards^ 5.25 and 5.S9 re- verines Jn 32 games under his direc- spectively. tion have gained 7101 yards by rush-i Michigan this year made 10 T first ing to 35S9 for the opposition. Dnr- down to their opponents' S2, coming this time Michigan has made 32S pleted 33 of 75 passes as against 54 first downs by rnshlng to 167 for out of 119 for the opposition and out- their opponents, this season's figures scored their foes 147 points to 41 for being 91 to 46. i the eight games. high was 176,000 set a year Ten years ago, in 193 45 = 000, bought licenses. ago. than S. Han-is 114 150 87 351 \ T. Moonej- 76 112 94 2S2j B. Mannie 91 111 S7 289 D. Brach 100 98 122 320 Handicap . 64 64 64 192 1 The principal ground gainers were! The season's record brought Cris- Ann Arbor, Nov. 25--Michigan's basketball squad, which for several Veeks has been drilling in the intramural sports building, shifts the scene qf its actvity this week to Yost Field House where workmen have ,just finished laying the portable hard- 'wood court. As snon as the football season ends ·'Coach Bennie Oosterbaan will start drilling the squad In preparation for ·the opening game here Dee. 13 with Michigan State. This will be the basketball game between the jytwo schools. Michigan has won five of the last six and 29 of the 43 lyed to date. [·Assistant Coach Ernie McCoy hag charge of the squad in its early ills and will coninue to work with sterbaan when the latter takes next week. Only four last lettermen are hack with the 'suit that much of the team's suc- is will depend upon the develop. Tent of sophomores. Totals 551 6SS 5S5 1824 IDLE HOUR INN Won 2, Lost 1 V. Barron 100 139 153 392 M. Callovi 125 138 117 380 H. Shogreu 141 115 122 37S E. Skcr 130 187 107 424 G. Kunsi 170 140 153 463 Totals 666 719 652 2037 · BEAUTY NOOK Won 1, Lost 2 M. Pogliano ___ 130 109 124 363 Dummy _ 127 127 127 381 M. Cain 100 139 116 355 G. Jacobson 114 113 132 359 A. Succa 124 148 130 402 lelto Chosen lost Valuable Wolverines Rneben Kelto of Bessemer, w,*s osen the most valuable player on Michigan Wolverine squad at a of the players held in Ann ji'Srbor Tuesday evening. Kelto plays 'jackle on the team, and finished his play against Ohio State last Saturday, this being his senior year uthe. Michigan tea.O^/ He IE the second Bessemer player rded this honor. Ralph Helkkl who later was chosen All Amerl- ,-jiw.n was given the distinction of he'|tag the most valuable player when played in the line in . his Junior . ; Totals 595 636 629 I860 BRUSSO-JOHNSON Won 2, Lost 1 R. TiUner 148 153 167 468 H. Ellis 147 165 105 417 J. Halovec 177 121 105 403 B. Rigotti 91 105 92 2SS L. Chovan 101 154 128 383 Handicap _ 18 IS 18 54 Totals 682 716 615 2013 · ANVIL-PALMS TAVERN Won 3, Lest 0 V. Johnson A. Chernak E. Massle F. Westeen I. Jurakovich Handicap 130 99 109 338 69 9S 100 267 116 134 112 362 104 92 110 306 121 119 129 369 3 3 3 9 Totals 543 545 563 1651 WHITE BIRCH Won 0, Lost 3 D. Vnkovich -- 92 77 89 258 L. Cerioni 114 104 125 343 E. Cerioni 75 110 116 301 Dummy- 75 75 75 225 Dummy - 120. i£H(l^ 120 360 ^H*w~;i ^ T.~ : Totals 4763.yf86 525 1487 THURSDAY WOMEN'S LEAGUE Thursday, November 27 PIN MISSERS Won 1, Lost 2 C. Willesen 140 145 143 428 V. Lorenson 137 173 127 4S7 M. Ruliraan 121 89 ST 517 Dummy 115 115 115 345 Westfell, likely choice as All-Ameri-; lex's four year mark at Michigan to can fullback, and Kuzma, sophomore j 25 wins, five defeats and two ties, sensation who stepped into Tom Har-j In the 12 years he has served as mon's vacated shoes at left half as j head *jach as Minnesota, Princeton though they were his own. and Michigan Ms teams have won 70 .u uau *^£1_J n ^7* t^ 144^3 V n u . | 4AALU 4.*) IV~***Q«UI " l? * · w-nl I · T-. lid V C IT Westfall's net total gain by rushing] games, lost 21 and tied eight. Dummy _ 115 115 115 345 Totals 62S 647 VIRGINIA DARE Won 2. Lost 1 S. Miheve 183 122 M. Jezek 109 110 P. Achatz 156 107 E. Ciague 91 Brown 120 597 1872 J. Savitski 136 Dummy 115 Totals 87 103 115 115 326 345 98 L. Totals 659 559 646 1S64 · FASHION SHOPPE Won 3, Lost 0 G. Winkoslu 15S 136 117 411 A. Mallery 124 1S9 US 381 A. Varalli 94 156 14S 398 T. Proctor 109 13S 13S 3S5 M. Maccani 91 113 110 314 669 607 ABELMAN'S Won 2, Lost 1 M. Rodd 140 121 131 144 135 191 685 1961 116 421 102 321 130 393 E. Ahola 127 132 321] A. Barbacovi __ 12S 122 166 40SJE. Kuivinen Lemplin 144 167 135 127 111 132 126 396 385 3S3 411 484 Totals 706 722 631 2059 j Ironwood Youth On Northland iuad Totals 576 5S2 PIN HITTERS Won 0, Lost 3 A. Gustafson __ 139 140 Dummy 115 115 R. Richards 85 103 I. Bradley 133 185 V. Frankovis __ 90 116 Quentin Rowe, former Red Devil star of Ironwood. will bo heard from 631 1SS3* wnen tlle Northland College of Ash| land meets its opponents this winter, ! statring oa Friday, December 5th. 142 421 - Rowe, who is 22 years old is 6'1" in kill in the first week many districts. this year--contributed to the traffic jams at some conservation district headquarters, where extra clerks we kept busy continuously writing camp licenses. The original printing of 3,500 permits had to be increased ten fold to 35,000. Last year, when only bucks could be taken for camp purposes, about 700 camp permits were sold. Even without snow to make the woods quiet and tracking easy, the was heavy in Unseasonably warm weather sent many successful hunters home early, to get their deei into refrigerators as soon as possi b!e. Four persons were killed and 1' were injured in gun accidents In the early days of the deer season, compared with a total of 14 killec and 28 injured in the entire season a year ago. There had been consid erable apprehension that legalizing doe shooting at the same time a buck shooting would greatly increasi the number of casualties. In Allegan county where somewhat less than 500 lottery winners wilj hunt antlerless deer December 1-10, lUe deer herd now is believed to be larger than Jt was estimated earlier. Archers killed eight deer in northern Michigan in their special bow-and-arrow season November 114. Two quarts of potatoes--64 ounces ·can be packed in an 8-ounce can in dehydrated form. Subscribe to the Herald at Has Your Subscription Expired? Come in and renew it next time you an in town. 7;ac'ern/ze o/c/ /amps anJ fixtures! OLD f I I I I \ V \ N NEW You can do suiiclhiilg about your clarinff dining room cciJiiix fixture! Silvered howl bulbs and reflector shades will make it give soft diffused light. As low as 50 jcr socket 115 345 ne 'S nt - and weighs 190 pounds. He 107 295 P 13 ^ 3 t* 1 ® guard position and this will 173 491 be nis third year on the squad, play- S9 295. ing "* 37 - 3s - and 40-41. fa Burial services were conducted bj j A fourteen game schedule has been {h e Rev p au j M . j arv is at the Me- ToJals 562 659 626 1847; Prepared, with the first home game -- j on Decmeber 13, in Dodd Gymnasium. December 5--Bemidji State Teachers at Bemidji. '·'"' ' ; Dec. 6--Virginia Junior College' at Virginia. Dec. 13--Eveleth Junior College at Ashland. ^ Dec. 17--Bemidji State Teachers at Ashland (Tentative) j January 10--Itasca Junior College at Ashland. January 16--Michigan College of Mines at Honghton (Tentative) MARCHELLO'S Won 2, Lost 1 S. Johnson 116 140 136 392 V. Coleman 133 15« 130 419 A. Gheller ... 146 155 200 501 S. Marshalek -- 130 156 15S 444 Dummy 115 115 115 3*5 Totals 640 722 739 2101 DEWEY-S Won 1, Lost 2 V. VauOstrand _ 150 160 122 432 P. MacNamara. 147 152 A. Sartoris U7 128 F. Knoblocb 115 103 Dummy 115 115 96 123 395 \ Dec. 17--Northern State Teachers j College at Marquette (Tentative) 36S j Dec. 23--Ely Junior College at Ash- Ill 329. land. 115 345 Dec. 24--Northern State Teachers College at Ashland. Totals 644 658 567 3869 j Dec. 30--Itaaca Junior College at Coleraine. MUSSATTO'S SKIPPERS Won 2. Lost 1 M. Plobocky __ 133 155 170 458 H. Mocsatto -- 138 155 177 470 E. Tew 147 S5 1» 3C2 Dec. 31--Dnlnth Junior College at Ashland. February 6--Ely Junior College at February 7--Ereleth Junior College at Eveleth. : February 13--Michigan College of Mines at-Ashland (Tentative) Cox Funeral Friday tbodisL church .Friday afternoon for Reginald., Cox. Burial was at Hillcrest cemetery. : ?!. Pallbearers were John Sundqulst, William Ryan, Oliver Berger, Gust Wigg, Lawrence Johnson and John KallanderV" j2\_ Call 2501 for Herald subscription Card Of Thanks ( We wish to take this op-| portunity to thank all thoses who aided us in any -way dur-| ! ing the recent illness and: | death of George Pistone. Mr. and Mrs. William! Mussatto and family i Rcctpe for fixing ^up an old bridge lamp. A silvered bowl bulb plu» a reflector will make it give better light in a jilTv. Easy to inataU. You can ai it yourself. As low as Here'* m bargain in lijlht i f 1 you eTer «aw one. New pin-to- wall lamp* banX iu^t like · a\ picture in any «pot where you neetl more light. See them at yourdeater'a andyou'll wantsix. NEW LAMPS AND ADAPTER UNITS NOW ON DISPLAY AT LOCAL ELECTRIC DEALERS. THEY'RE ECONOMICAL TO BUY AND USE. %$£***»»* B*tt«r Light · B«tt*r Sight

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