The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on December 12, 1941 · Page 2
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Bessemer, Michigan
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Friday, December 12, 1941
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Two The Herald. Z*t*aue, ifichigm Friday, December 12; l!Hl ^Tti Christmas Quiz T H E H E R A L D S N A P S H O T S 1. Astronomers say that the bnght star seen the night of Ckrisfs oirth toas: a) A huge meteor falling to the earth. !» A large comet. e A phenomenoa which cannot be scientifically explained. __ 2. The notes above represent the jarst two bars of what famous Christmas song? (a) O Little Town of Bethlehem. (b) Silent Night. c) O Come All Ye Faithful (d) It Came Upon the Midnight 3. Why did the early British use I *ucft a large Yule log? j (a .\ M maae a *'««· fire than * small log. | (b) It looked more impressive i e) They wanted old wood. i (d) The celebration lasted as lonr as the log burned. 4. The man whose picture appears at right is: (a) One of the Twelve Disciples. (b) C h a r l e * Dickens, author of the "Christmas Carol." (e) Henry W. Longfellow, writer of Christmas poems. (d) St. Nicholas, originator ot Santa Clans. Hollywood -- GueS whol The gent behind the hirsute append age is Bob Hope. The lovely lady so seemingly unafraid 6! this traditional badge ol villainy is Pautette Goddard. And why- should she be afraid? Who ever heard of a illain drinking Coca- Cola? Both, in - cds- ume for their latest ilms, "Louisiana Purchase" and "Reap the Wild Wind," are rictured in an off- loment b e t w e e n takes." Dorothy Lovett. Hollywood iilm player, has solved the problem ot luncheon desserts. She keeps several varieties new lightweigh - replaceable, permuting her to keep the unused portion in the oriinal lass fo original glass for future servings . : . . igan-Notre Dame game wlU b« one of the top gridiron attractions In the country next season. It wUl be the ninth game between the two schools but : the first since 1909". The game will foe played at South Bend on Nov. j 14. A year later the teams will play' at Ann Arbor. ' ' The complete 1342 Michigan sched- ulo is as follows: ' Oct. .3--Michigan State at Ann Arbor v Oct. 10--Iowa, at Ann Arbor , ! Oct.' 17--Northwestern, at Ann Arbor Oct. 24--Minnesota, at Minneapolis 2 caps floor, sifted 1-Sth teaspoon salt Scant H teaspoon aaiae oil Beat eggs 20 minntea until light. Add sugar gradually. Fold In flow and salt, then add anise oil. Drop by teaspoonfuls on wax-paper covered cookie sheets. Let stand 8 to 12 horns before baking (This allows the self frosting to come to the top) bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees * · - · . '- ' "~ " ' $*, 5L'': Oct. SI--Illinois, at Ann Arbor Nov. 7--Harvard, at Ann Arbor Nov. 14--Notre Dame, at South Bend Nov. 21--Ohio State, at Columbus. Toe-ing the Lenik L i m e -- Acknowledged to be the nation's top ballerina, Vera Zorina shows fhe cameraman how it's done. She's now busy m a k i n g a movie. U. OF MICHIGAN ATHLETIC NEWS 1942 WOLVERINE SCHEDULE WESTFALL AND INGALLS IN EAST-WEST GAME Harmou, one to each of his Wolverine teammates. . · Swim Meet Today Michigan's seventh annual swimming gala, featuring exhibitions by members of the national championship Wolverine team, will be held in 5. // you wanted to imitate Sanla Clous, how many reindeer would ASAVI » * t « 9 you use? M Eight, (b) Four. MSix. (d) Twelve. the Varsity pool at Ann Arbor Pri Dec 12 * l l -* · Matt Mann, Wolverine aquatic Purdue Tops Big Ten Ca 8c Winners c °»* and director o£ the gala, is Although Indiana and basketball' «P«««* ^tries from the entire on 14 occasions. Michigan's total is 13, Illinois' eight, Chicago's seven Ohio State's five, Northwestera's four, Wisconsin's four, Iowa's"'three and Purdue's two. Indiana has never won the title. Michigan grabbed the lead in number of championships won during the i early years of the Big Ten's exis- I tence by taking five crowns in nine Although Indiana and are virtually synonomous state Planned an interesting M I c h iga the , are v r u a y synonomous terms to ^ Panne an interesting the lead t h TM ' ° the average cage fan, the University! I"'°sram winch will include life sav- j nm chLin^ifsh, · i«of 7 W " of Michigan and five other Big Ten! TM s exhibitions as well as swimming ! ? r Vl * Rm » l °" ahip m 1898 ' two ave won more Western and ·»*"* events. ' TM' *" *' Answers to Christmas Quiz 1. (c) is correct. 2. (b) is correct. 3. (d) is correct. 4. (b) is correct. 5. (a) is correcf. Star of the East Star of the East, that long ago Brought wise men on their way j schools all have won more Western Conference basketball championships than has Indiana Unversity, Since Big Ten cage competition was started in 1906, the Hoosievs have won--or tied for--the Big Ten crown three times. Their basketball minded neighbors, the Boilermakers of Pui-due, have set the pace with 14 titles while Wisconsin is a close second with 12 championships. Michigan, which played its first full j basketball schedule iu 1917-18, holds' four cage and diving events. · Negro Wins Award j Julius Pranks, sophomore guard i from Hamtvamck who won his Var-1 sity letter in football this fall, has the distinction of being the second Negro in Michigan football history to win this award. Willis Ward of Detroit won letters in football in 1932, 1933 and 1934, to become the first of his race to do so. (its last in 1933. Gophers Take Lead When Minnesota's Golden Gophers crowns and its record is topped by Chicago, Illinois and Min- . ..,,,,,, nesota, as well as Purdue and Wis- ' won the 1941 Weqtprn consin. Ohio State has exactly ' football championship they matched Indiana's record with Iowa the lead in the total numbe and Northwestern bringing up the, ference grid titles won rear with a p«i r of titles apiece 8-Game Schedule in 1942 Michigan's football team ju 1942 will meet six of the same teams faced by the Wolverines this year, with I Harvard and Notre Dame taking the ' places on the schedule occupied this past season by Columbia and Pittsburgh. The six teams back on the schedule next fall are Michigan State, Iowa Northwestern, Minnesota, Illinois and Ohio State. The game with Harvard, to be played at Ann Arbor, will com- As promised last week, here are 1101-6 cookies suitable for the Holiday Season. You -will want some of| various shapes. Pattern cookies are' ery simple to roll out and cut. Try hern. Pattern Cookies 1 cup shortening 2-3rds cup sugar 2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla. 3V cups flour 1 teaspoon salt Cream shortening and sugar. Add eggs and flavoring, beating thorough-,' ly. Sift flour, and salt together and! add, mixing only enough to combine 1 ingredients. Roll out 1-Sth inch thick. Cut -with fancy cookie cutters. Bake about 10 minutes at 376 degrees P. Yield: about 60, 2 inch cookies.- Frost with confectioner's sugar frosting and decorate with colored can dies and sugars. Self-Frosting Anise Cookies 1 whole egg 1% cugs sugar Frosted Honey Bars 3 cups cake oflur % teaspoon soda % teaspoon salt " 1 teaspoon nutmeg % tesispoon all-spice 1 cup chopped blanched almonds 4 eggs 2 cups brown sugar 1 cup honey ^4 cup melted shortening 2 drops oil of cinnamon Sift flour, soda, salt and spices together. Stir in almonds. Beat eggs until thick and light; add sugar gradually. Add honey, melted shortening and oil of cinnamon. Add liquid mtstura to prepared dry ingredients. Combine thoroughly. Bake to I (9x15) greased pans, lined with waa paper. Temperature: 375 degrees P. Time: ahout 30 minutes. Frost with powdered sugar icing. Cut into bars. Store in cool, dry place natH ready to use. Entreating Now Diner--I would like to change «y order. Waitress--Yes, sir. what would ton like to make It.? Diner--I think I'd better make H a petition. Not Bad At That First Actor--I played Hamlet o*oe. out West. Second Actor--Did you nave a tou run? . .T| First Actor--Seven miles. ' ^ Dr. R. J. MULLEN D E N T I S T Bessemer Michigan Bessemer REX THEATRE Bessemer Friday and Saturday, Dec. 12th and 13th KISS THE BOYS GOODBYE Mary Mart!n - « , ,, n ' Kiss the Boys Goodbye", and "My Start ADVENTURE IN WASHINGTON moving --- -- --»· *··*.%.* A W U i l.C*Y--"- Above that Syrian hill afar Thou shinest out, tonight, O Star! Star of the East, the night were drear But for the tender grace That with thy glory comes to cheer Earth's loneliest, darkest place For by that charity we see Where there is hope for all and me. Star of the East, show us the way In wisdom undented To see that manger out and lav Our gifts before the Child-To bring our hearts and after them Unto our King in Bethlehem.' --Eugene Field. Mistletoe Loses Charms When Berries Are Gone In the language of flowers, Mistletoe means "give me a kiss." This myth. And from this old tale we derive our custom of kissing under the mistletoe. As it hangs upon the chandelier or in the doorway, each lad may claim a kiss from the maid who chances beneath it with this pro, vision: that the lad remove a berry to give to the maid, until, at last, when no berries are left, the bough loses its spell and no more kisses are then available. . ; The story continues "thai^i-c maiden who receives no kisses u; *er the mistletoe will not m r - r tkatyear." " · . ' · . - ' · . · · ' · ··' been held for the preceding by Michigan. Minnesota now has won the . e r Football home attendance records PlonaWp outright, or has tied for , tw °- Bame llol »e and home ar. o c m i I range " lt!nt ' the fir ^ game of which which had ^ ^f/ 1 "C^rt-fee in 1940. It " l eighth meeting between for the 1941 season, as compiled by a national news service, show that although Michigan was third nationally in total -attendance the average crowd per game here was larger than anywhere else in the country. Both Pennsylvania and Southern California topped Michigan's total home attendance mark, but both Played six games on their own gridiron while the Wolverines played only five games at home. The Quakers drew 358,000 fans to the six games they played at Prank- line Field, Philadelphia, while Southern California's eleven played hefore 322,000 persons in its six home games. The average Pennsylvania crowd was 59,667 and the average at Southern California was 53,667. Michigan drew 301,606 fans .to five games for an average attendance per game of 60 t 321. This stands as a new all-time home attendance record for the Wolverines. Two Wolverines In Shrine Game All American Boh Westfall, captain, and fullback of Michigan's 1941 foot- bail team, and Center Bob Ingalls of the Wolverines will play with the East In the annual- Shrine game at San Francisco on New Year's Day against a team of Western stars. Last .year Michigan was represented by three men In this game. Tom I Harmou, Forest Evashevski and Ed | Frnllg. Both touchdowns scored by the East that day were on passes by the two teams. Even this far in advance it is pos sihle to predict, without too grea a fear of contradiction, that the Mich IIERE you will find all the grand foods for your Christmas | *ieast. Your favorite foods at really low prices. Order your Turkey, Goose, Duck, Chicken or Capon early and insure delivery at the lowest market prices We carry a full assortment of Christmas Candy, Italian Cookies and Italian Candies Come m and see our newly remodelled store. it a pleasure to shop here You will find Bessemer Food Shop Joe Gastino, Prop. Phone 2741 Bessemer SEASON'S GREETINGS From The Sanitary Bottling Works TO YOU All leading stores on the Gogebic Range are handling Sanitary Bottling Works products. Special cases for Christmas and New Year. The only Bottler in the Upper Peninsula with' pasteurized soft drinks. Any flavor--Lemon, Orange Kist, Ginger Ale, Strawberry, Cream Soda, Grape, Cherry, Raspberry, Root Beer, Lime Rickey, Tom Collins, and Club Soda Large 24-6z. Bottles--$1.00 Per Case Phone your grocer or The Sanitary Bottling Works, and have it delivered to your home with no extra charge'. «*- i Sanitary Bottling Works BESSEMER, MICHIGAN PHONE S6S1 1

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