The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on December 12, 1941 · Page 7
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THREE SPEED BOYS ON ALL-STATE TEAM VELIN, BROTHERS AND HEIKKINEN GIVEN HONORABLE MENTION \ "- · The AP All-Michigan football team, "which was announced last Fnaay list-' ea only one U. P. player on the first! team, h e being Shomin, o£ Escanaba : who won the tackle berth. ! Other players on the team were: t Balge, end of Dearb'Drn Ford son;! Nunn, tackle, of Flint Central; Ra- !- Pacz, center, ot Kalamazoo; Speel-! man .guard, of Lansing Central- Wil; son, guard, of Detroit Cooley; Thoru-1 berry, end, of Muskegon Heights; in I the backfleld are Walterhouse of Ann ArtJor, Smith of Jackson, Culligan ot Detroit, and Roseman of , Grand Rap- WB Union. , ;, j Those receiving honorable mention! on. this All-State, squad were: ! .Ends--pahi, Gladstone; Goodreau, i Kingsford; Mehrman, Houghton | Tackles--Borland, Alpena; Broth era, Bessemer; . Cavianl, Norway; Hovseth, Ironwood; McCauley, Sault' Ste,. Marie. I Guards -- Heikkinen, Bessemer; Knudsen, Ishpeming; Boettcher, St. Joseph; Spha,: Crystal Falls. Centers--Eymer, Kingstord; Hebe. "»,. Iron Mountain; Kelley, Alpena. Backs--Gauthler and GrabowsM, Bacanaba;. Saigh, Iron River; Velin Bessemer;. Londo, t/Anse; Noblet Hojiighton; Barton, Alpena; Ludlow Ne'wberry. . · First "Lottery" Deer Hurley Tripped By Wakefield Cardinals endangerment of the Card lead. especially portion of P«C« Seven _J_£ ,' S ° °°: thC F0ad thl8 week for games, with the Cardinals travel,,^ to.Stambaugh to meet the Hilltoppers Friday night, while the Wakefield last Friday night in the uu »ble to find the range Cards S yrn was played before a itt ** game, for their crowd tnat was held down in attend- se °ring spree, ance. because of the snowstorm that was raging at the time. Wakefield using a stalling offense had the Hurley boys bewildered throughout most of the contest. The final score of 20-19 in Wakefield's favor does not indicate that the game was this close all the way through, for it was not until the final two minutes of the contest--, that Hurley was given an outside chance | of keeping its shite clean. With but two minutes to play the Cards led the Midgets by a score of Wojciebowski __ __ 4 Wedenoja _ ~ o Totals 4 13 20 Hurley f9) Moselle _ for Midgets invade Phillips, the same evening. The summary for the contest as follows: ...... stem «a» ....... -- 0 ' Dick - - -- - -- -- I G «enthcr .. _ ..... _ : _ . - - Thomas . . . . . _ _ _ _ - 2 Zel ' ----------- 0 gamei ' - ----------- 0 Tomasin __ _ _ 2 Officer Harry ' ft Spiced Boys Suffer Set- Back At Iron River LaFountain, rg. o Bobnoeh, rg ,, 1 Dzanrowskl, re. 0 ·JyicMahan, Ig. ' o 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 cooling his heels, the Kraemerites « tossed in eight points and blanked their opponents, which gave them a .· .Totals __ _ 15 , Beasernet (3J Brown, rf. i Rice, _£.· i Heikkirien, If. . Homo, If. 12 11 42 c. c. Fertile, rg _ Velin, rg. _. Rouker. ]g, Kosmicki, ig ; 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 3 0 3 0 3 1 4 0 0 comfortable overtaken, Ironwborf Gorilla, f. lead that was never' (30) 7 17 31 u- * ...-- -__---,,· night at Iron River the Bessemer" Speed Boys ran into a little trouble in the form ot lanky 6 foot 6 inch Zyskowski, center for the Iron Hiver Redmen, who piled up more ponits than the entire . local team. { T h e tall fellow made eleveri baskets and ten .free throws to make 32 ot his teammates' 42 points, anfl held tho Butherus-coached team to 31 points. The Iron River team, paced by their star center, Edward Zyskowski ' led at all times during the game, and handed. Coach. Butberus .his first dfr feat since becoming football "and "basketball coach at Bessemer High School. This was Bessemer's second game ot the current basketball season, tho locals having . defeated Ashland in the first game 30 to 26 on ' Friday. November 28. ' Heikkineu was the top man for the' Led by Dla vecky, speedy Red Dev-1 --,, ,_... ,i_,_. .. -,. u forward, the Ironwood teatri o£| _ _ _ _ _ Dravesky, f . _. Gunderson', f. . Augustyniak, c. Scott, c. ______ Babich, c ______ Langdon, g. __. Johnson, g. FG~ - 3" - 1 - 3 - 0 - 0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 0 0 0" 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 3 0 4 I 4 2 2 4 0 Totals __ 13 Crystal F_|| E (24) Autio, f. o Peterson, f o Tuomiceh, f. o Sachek. f. 4 20 30 The game by points: First Period Wakefield (20 Score Hurley (19) TM , °-2 Thomas, short Wedanoja, ft. 1-2 Popovieh, short 3-2 Wojc'ski, short 52 Second Period __ . ^ 3 Guenther, Trezise, ft. 6-3 TO ., 4 Dick . Wedenoja, ft, 7.4 '·5 Thomas, Third Period Wo.cie'ski, long 95 Wasiel'sfc hook 115 TO .. , ,. ^ Thomas, shirt Wo.ie'ski, long 13^7 Trezise, short 15-7 :; 1 ,15 -S Dick, follow , \ _ , . . Fourth Period ,_i ." ltl0 Dick, ft. Wfljciehowski, 1710 17-11 Dick, ft. 17-13 Tom'aln drivein 1813 20-13 Guenther, short Dick, ft. Tomasin, ft. 20-19 Tomasin, short (20) FG Wakefield Ribich _ ..... __._ Green '!.:· __J ______ ~ Wasielewski _ _ ' C I Popovieh Trezise FT 0 0 0 0 1 PF 0 1 2 1 4 was TP 2 0 2 2 3 Totals ,, _· g Score by periods: Wakefield 5 Hurley 3 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 '0 3 3 0 0 0 0 6 I 5 0 5 9 19 15 9 20 19 Otfcials: Povasser of Ashland, referee; Joe Bedo, Ironwood, umpire. Subscrioe for the Herald. 6 2 8 0 1 Wasielwski ft 3[ Ribich 41 6 0 Totals __ 12 Rouker, technical foul. Referee, Pucklewartz; umpire, Ru- witch; both Escanaha. Scorer Sartorl, A., c. 2 Walter Newman, Bessemer; timer' ~ Dominic Bordini, Bessemer. The Bessemer B team won the preliminary contest, 26 to 14. Stacy, c. j Aaehelman, g. 1 C. Savtm-i, g. 0 0 0 1 4 0 3 4 0 0 0 1 3 1 2 0 Ironwood Scores Over Crystal Falls . " ,- -~_j uiuti. iui- LIJC bpeed Hoys, .inaktns three field goals and three free throws for nine points. Lucas was so closely guarded by Zyskowski. that this Bessemer star could not shako the Redman lose long enough to pile up many points, Lucas making only two baskets and a free (nrow t'oi- 5.points. This Friday evening the local team will have a chance to seek revenge aeainsf. the Iron River team, when a return engagement will be played in the High School gymnasium. | Box score: : Iron River (42) F Aiken, rf. i Aloneu, rf... Q Hajkowicz. ]f. 1 2 Rolongic, i f . o Zyskowski, c. n Totals __ ._ s 12 Officials: Ted Gentile, -of John Savtoris, of Bessemer. Score by periods: Crystal Falls 10 17 Ironwood -_ 10 16 it . Hurley : 2 1 24 24 30 Coach Kraemev, handed t h e C h a m __ Conference FT 0 0 1 0 10 PF 3 0 0 t 3 TE? 2 0 as many starts last Friday by the score of 30-24. Dravecky led his teammates in scoring with eight points, via three tosses from the field ami two from the charity stripe but wa-i recalled from tho contest when he made four personal fouls. Ho was tied in he point-making de- partmwnt by A. Sartori, center of the Falls team, who tossed in four free throws and two tosses from the! fleld..and hart It not been for the) fact tliat Ho made three fouls that' kept him on the bench for most of W Wakettetd ____________ Bessempr __ __________ i Hurley _ _ ________ . _____ 2 Ironwood __ ___________ Q Ashland __ ____________ o Pet. 1.000 1.000 .666 .000 .000 20 to 15 and some of the fans were already --aching for their coats, but then came a movie finish that had Trewyn's boys in a dither to keep irom losing the contest Hurley took the ball on two occasions and made two baskets, bringing the scoreing to an end, and Dickof Hurley was given a free throw that wonld have tied the contest had He not missed. Guenther had a chance to beat the Cards as his shot at the basket from the court went in and out; Stenman, also of Hurlev given a chance to he a hero, but he failed also as his shot narrowly missed its mark. Then with^ Ten seconds left to play, and with the crowd m an uproar, Wojciehowski, star of the Cards held the ball OH some neat dribbling that prevented the Wisconsin boys from any further prepared for Christmas-Look over these i hohday suggestions. We have Fruit Cakes (3 f Ibs. 10-oz. each) only $1.00. Order now. j Fancy Diamond Largest No, 1 Walnuts 32C ! Fancy Mixed Nuts _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ^.'.jfc. 2 Sc * Jumbo Peanuts, Fresh Roasted, 2 lbs.__29c We have some chestnuts but the supply is limited. Order Now. 5 Ib. boxes only A real buy in chocolates S1.09 1-lb. boxes chocolate covered cherries__25c A new supply of bulk pitted dates only 2Sc Just arrived some bulk Anguilla and also packed in jars. Fancy Soaked Lutefisk ife. 17c Brusso Johnson Phone4561 Phone 3001 " ·--~ Rhinelander Defeats i Ironwood Tuesday In a fast and furious contest at Kept mm on the bench for most o f : Lllther L - Wright gymnsaium i n a one quarter the invaders would have! rron wooil, the Hedags of Rhinelander, made it plentv toutrti f«n «,,, i--, coached by the former Ironwood star,' Russell "Parsons" Leksell, won a'i it plenty tough for the local team, as during the time Sartori was, Russ ' ^-- '...._ close battle by one being ?2-21. The game was a see-saw battle all the way, and only until the last few by Jacobs PP1ECANTOR VYJLL BROADCAST HIS CHRISTMAS EVE SHOW · · . .THEN PHONE HI FIVE CWUQHTERS IN CALIFORNIA ./ · · / OH HMO CrfOKf/ PlPH VOV MO ..... _ TRIM THEIR XMAS TREE -- .^ CH(?ISTMA C*\V ON HER SKIS; UP AMONG THE CHRISTMAS TREES. AT LAKE PLACID , ORESSEP AS CUus, . WILL SPEND HIS RE/U XMAS SARS WITH Hi ; 'PE AND 4 ^_ v . .;., CWOGHTER; ^ w ^. COMMENTATOR AND OREKJN OORRE- JOIN HIS NEICJHBORS' IN " ' point, the score stay in the minutes did Rhinelander lead. Lnngdon was 'the sparkplug of the Red Devils, making 4 baskets and a free throw for 9 points. Cebula. Rhinelander center, ably demonstrated that he would be a likely prospect to an the shoes of Johnny Kot* well known Hhinelander star of a few years back who later went to Wisconsin University and made a creditable showing in Big Ten basketball. It Travels Faster After going through her -weekly housekeeping accounts the young wife sighed. "How are we to meet the high cost of living?" she asked sadly "You don't have to meet It," replied her husband from behind his newspaper; "it overtakes you." Get ihaiiew free copy of the Michigan StateTOighway Department maps, of which the Herald has a limited supply. Miiterpieca Which of your works of fiction do you consider the beatt" ' My latest income-tax return." 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