The Bessemer Herald from Bessemer, Michigan on December 26, 1941 · Page 3
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26, 1941 rhe H«ald. Bessemer, Michigan ICNEWS PBALL RULES MEETING 29; WRESTLING COACH RECORD Page Three The Farmers' Christmas Gift ·II Rules Meeting PjlacuRsjon of football rules and finical phases of the game will " Wight the annual convention of 'American Football Coaches Asao- atlon which opens in Detroit Dec. '"it is indicated by the complete ree day program announced by H, "Fritz" Crjsler, president of the roup. £. Crisler said the following men will eliver technical talks: Tex Oliver ot |Oregou on "Defense vs. the *T" For-i aation:" Ralph Jones of Lake For- Jest College on "The 'T' As An Offensive Formation;'-' Ossie Solem of : Syracnse on "The, 'Y' Formation;" Henry Saunders of VandeiibJlt on · "Lead Tip Drills to Skills;" Dick Har: low of Harvard on "Shifting Defenses;" Clarence Muhn of Michigan on "Michigan Line Play," and Matty Bell of Southern Methodist on "Forward Pass Defense". ChieE attention is expected to he focused upon the meeting of the association's rules committee which may decide to recommend clarification of the new substitution rule. It is also considered likely that the questions of moving the goal posts hack to the goal line, allowing the passer to throw from any place behind the line of scrimmage and of ·widening the goal posts to encourage, field goal kicking will again be brought up as jn past years. Wrestling Coach's Good Record In his 16 years as Michigan's head wrestling coach, Dliff Keen has di- Hj'rected the Wolverines to S3 dual |meet victories as against only 33 defeats and two ties for an over-al[ won |and lost average of .716. Only twice in those 16 years did Ceen's teams fail to come up to a |500 average in their dual meets. In be ot the two they broke even and' i Into wet, simple moldv (Wrap roll in wax paner) Chill 12 hours or longer. Serve" in slices. M a y b e garnished with whipped cream. Serves 10. It's just about as rich as candy and should he served in fairly small portions with fragrant.hot tea or coffee. If you do not have a sweet tooth for marshmallow loaf here are some savory spreads for Holiday Canapes. 1. Anchovy--Blend 1 package (3 oz.) cream cheese and 3 teaspoons of anchovy paste. Spread on whole wheat crackers, triangles of toast or pumpernickel. 2. Liverwurst--Blend 1-3 package (1 oz.) cream cheese, 3 ounces liverwurst, % teaspoon, anchovy paste, and dash of paprika Spread on crackers or toast. 3. Hungarian --· Blend % package (I'/fe ounces) cream cheese, 2 tablespoons finely minced green peppers, 1 tablespoon finely minced onion, 1 tablespoon French dressing and pinch of cayenne. Spread on caraway seed crackers, butter crackers or whole wheat crackers. .- · Dorothy Piazzi Weds Saturday were exchanged Saturday an tbrnoon at 4:30 o'clock by Miss Dorothy Piazzi, daughter of Mrs. Louise Piazzi and Herbert Mattson, son of Mrs. Andrew Mattson of Ironwood. The Rev. C. 3. Swoboda performed the ceremony in the jj-ectory of the Sebastian church.- e bride was attired in a street length dress of ocean iblue, with accessories of brown. The bridesmaid, Miss Evelyn Mnssa, wore red velveteen with black accessories. Her corsage resembled that of the bride. Attending the groom. was Dr. J. Ivar Johnson! A dinner was served at the Lake View Inn in Wakefield following the Ceremony. The bridal couple left on a week's wedding trip. Mr. Mattson is an instructor at the Roosevelt school in Irouwood township and his bride was employed at Food For Freedom--Food for the men that are fighting Hitler and what he stands for--Food to keep industry running at peak production. American farmers in making America the larder for democracy, have supplied the most vital weapon against totalitarian government. Food for all the people engaged in the "fight to the finish" to preserve democracy. Food for hungry people after this -war is ended. That's the American fanner'a Christmas gift. £ the other won three and lost five. ** ****** ettorts to make every stu " nave wou Big dent in the Univeristy physically fit I for whatever duties he may face. ,-, - ~~ -he Wolverines' Organized competition la^ being car- ave met regularly since Keen took ned on in 3G ^^rent sports at Mich- of his teams en championships ^ |Of all the teams the rer they have consistenly done best is * n l ! ,, . . .... Northwestern. Michigan ot ' intercollegiate computation which Varsity teams participate. In contrast with the approximate 500 ath prepared to meet this need in every the interest in the program, in addition respect. Evidence of sports' on the to the actual number of participants, is seen in the fact that through, the winter 20 organized basketball teams are scheduled every night. With students actively en- letes who report annually for the, gage( j itl at h]etics to such an extent Michigan cm coached by Keen have won. 15 ot 16 meets with the Wildcats. Wolverine mentor expects his this season to fare as well as . a totai ° E 4 ' 500 men are P artJcl P atin S j as this their physical prowess is cer- ny of those in the past even' varioua Varsity and freshman teams, tajn to improve . *.*"**·· « -- « «« , A l - ._ __ .,,,._ -t_ *!»,, ^^»»^«-,«C~^vJ ;«--.u*'m*(*uvl If is considered likely too that of the most difficult mat history. e I . Sports included in this program range from such individual specialties Water Supplies Must Be Guarded · Closed doors are not quite enough protection for water works plants, says the Michigan Department of Health. "Now that the nation is at war, we are pointing out to water works operators new precautions against sabotage," says Dr. H. Allan. Moyer, State Health Commissioner. "Defense plants are everywhere in the state, and their water supplies must bo guarded constantly, i£ necessary with police protection." i The Department is asking water works .operators to padlock covers to wells and reservoirs, to fence in pumping stations, filtration plants and other structures of a public wa-: ter system, and to lock exposed valves. In addition, plants which are chlorinating their water are asked to step up the rate so that a residual of chlorine wiil be present as an offset against accideutal or deliberate pollution. · Water works plants in many places in the state began last February to restrict visits at the suggestion of the State Health Department. There are 400 water works in the state, all of which are under supervision of the State Health Department. Three out of four persons are served by public water system. the court house here. They make their home in Irouwood. will Advertise in The Herald. TRAFFIC tlfS AND QUIPS O.K.ON THE SKYWAY.... MnoNAi store COUNCIL ^**«*$$SSS*^S'^SiS : '£^^^^ We extend our sincere wishes to you all for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. -.'.: THE BESSEMER BOWLING ALLEYS William Mussatti, Prop. \ "Bowl For Pleasure and Health" hough the schedule he has arrang-! year in the °^nized iritramural is one of the most difficult iti i P r °S»»i maintained by the athletic department. (former Mat Star Became Famous Although he later became recog- as 3 l uash - swimming and -wrestling. tivity fcy stll dents. likely too with the advent of war efforts will he directed toward broadening theig program even more with encourage- g ment toward additional athletic ac- sized in some quarters at least as World's professional champions, Ed Jon George lost his Brat wrestling bal1 ' ice hocke '- to the sports in which team play is a most c-.ssential factor such as basket- lacrosse and water put as a Michigan undergraduate he entered the all-campus meet j |ere as a freshman in 1925. George i fpme back from that defeat to win' ^letter on the Varsity the next year j ad in 1928 was a member o£ the nerican Olympic wrestling team. polo. It would be a pretty dull Holiday jg season if our friends didn't drop in j g at unexpected times to extend the = season's greetings and see what kind i g ber of participants iu this organized 0 - a break Santa claus gave us Y ou ~ to Placed On Honorary List |(rary scholastic society. Both are Outfielders and both are seniors. program approximates 4,500, intramural officials report that actually the" facilities provided for Michigan students are used by many more persons than-this. The basketball, tennis and badminton courts and swim- miujj pool for instance attract hun- Two members of Michigan's base- j drods of students who do not enter team, Dave Nelson and Don Hoi- i competition as niemibers of teams an, have been selected for member- i but instead use these facilities at ;ip in Phi Kappa Pht, national hou- th eir leisure, nevertheless gaining the natural benefits to be derived from such activity. I Present conditions have proven the necessity for physical fitness and it is felt that the Michigan intramural athletic program is an example of how colleges and universities are jrtfcletic Prooram Benefits Many Evidence that the benefits of a Allege athletic program are reaped many more students than just e who participate in the inter- llegiate sports program is furnish- by officials in charge of Michi-'3 n's intramural athletic activities, -m The Michigan intramural depart-'3 ent recognizes the emergency needs . jg the day and its leaders are bend-.H must be prepared for these invasions with at least a snack. Marshmallow Refrigerator Loaf is just right and will keep moist for several days. Marshmallow Refrigerator Loaf i/ 2 pound marsmallowa (32) % cup water % cup Eagle Brand Magic Milk % cup chopped nut meats % cup pitted dates 2% cups graham cracker crumbs Cut marshmallows in quarters and pour water over them. Add Eagle Brand Magic Milk, chopped nut meats, dates and graham cracker crumbs. Blend thoroughly. Form into roll or loaf about 6 inches long and 3 inches in diameter or press liiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiji |At this time, we want to J wish all our customers a i really Merry Christinas and really Happy New Year, Vitich's Tavern . Next to Rex Theatre Bessemer, Mich. A Merry Christmas to you g and happiness and good g health, with lots of good 1 luck too, for the New Year g = . and forever after. B Weasel's Lunch I Next to The Bet Tavern j BESSEMER 1 Again the Christmas holiday is here. And with sincere good ·wishes for the New Year we extend to you our heartfelt greetings! John J. Frick Co. Hardware Furniture ^S*V®$$$Sfi The beginning of the New Year is a time to express our appreciation for the loyal patronage in the. year just ended and to express the hope that our relations in the year to come may be still more pleasant and successful. We pledge our best efforts to make 1942 your most enjoyable year. THE MICHELA CO. The Home of "Clock Coal" and "Rock Wool" Insulation Best Wishes for a JOYFUL CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR from all the folks at Lake Superior District Power Company and ' Your Faithful Electric Servant

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