Lincoln Journal Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 31, 1952 · 11
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viefory Homecoming For NWU Br COOPER ROLLOW r Journal Sporti Writer . ' For the third straight week the Nebraska Wesieyan .Plainsmen will be underdogs as they take the field to engage Hastings Col lege tonight It will be Homecoming for the Plainsmen, who can knock Has tings out .of the Nebraska College Conference title race by winning. Kickoff time is slated for 8 p.m. at O. N. Magee Memorial fctadium. ' , - THE BRONCOS, with four wins and a loss, are a notch behind : front-running Peru in the NCC race. Peru has posted five straight victories over conference foes, in cluding a win over Hastings. .... ' Coach Roy Robertson's Wes-leyan eleven dropped its first tlue NCC games before bouncing back to upset Doane and Kearney,. v Robertson has named Don Allely, Tekamah Junior, to team with Wes Hultquist at Plains, men eo-eaptalns. Bill Becher and BUI Beck will captain the - Broncos. Bob Lawson. regular defensive For a Moment, Girls . 17 1? A A I i r (I 1 Ijiwnln Fvfninit Journal anil Nrhral State Jmimai Friday. Orlolwr 31. 19.': 11 Glassford Fears Husker Letdown 3 aa.vV You Frightened Vs 1 - ' L w r i t ? "'V V A. HIDDEN BEAUTY Any attempt to distort those faces (top panel) is quite futile, for sooner "or later they must rela (bottom panel) and reveal the pretty features we know they possess. In both instances, they are (from left); Judy Lar- sen, Bellevue sophomore: Jackie James, York .. . .vs ............... . -a T I 1,,.!... D.. nauDacic lor wesieyan, wiu missi """-"v r - , , erly Monson, Blair-sophomore," and Gafyce Roberts, Dorchester junior, Nebraska Wesieyan cheerleaders who will be exhorting Plainsmen fans to boost their football team to victory tonight. The Plainsmen meet Hastings at Or N. Magee Stadium for their homecoming contest. t".am tim U H p.m. (Weslpyan Phntn ) tonight's game because of a slight shoulder separation. Bob Wichert will be moved to defensive safety. Robertson plans to double Hultquist and Glenn Reed, offensive starters, as defensive halfbacks. THE PLAINSMEN will have a light weight advantage because of a heavier backfield. Comparative team, weights: Wiriui kmm Una; 182..V arame tatkfwld: ,l4.7t averaee Mm: 1H3.3. Mngi Areraaa line: 1SS.7; arerate ackfieM: 174.2: uma team: 181.6. . The probable starters: Wenteyaa Tot, Haiflan Marti 16S) It...... Becher (IHM VanCleave (1!tt) II .. Budd (19M TVcker (190) ...... .la, Setter (1M Huenca timn r.. .rt.. . .re. . qb.. .Ihh.. .rtib.. ..lb.. Thompaoo (179) Witham (182) .. Carnker (1811 ,, Wilifanf (189) , Macy (1S8) ... HullqalM (179) , Krrd (1721 Sclaoa (200) , McKnuit 09m D. Sltru (ll) ... Duichrt (18(1) ,.. Rchi (170) ...B. Hclt (192) Hancock (100) . . lioPFtM (175) LinEis Alliance: -.at'1 Faces Tigers Wallhill Wtwet IVIitoa AliMWiirtt . . Aurora Alkn . . . heavyweight;,,i,;.aw BOB ORTON Gets main event billing. - Bob Orton Faces Gagnc ' Bob OrtonKansas City's offer ing to the wrestle industry, will be out to deflate Verne Gagne's rating as the top contender for Lou . Thesz' world crown. The two will come to grips in the headline event of Tuesday night's card at the Fairgrounds Arena. It will be .two outof three falls with an hour time limit . jj-. The emlflnal has the Cfer-tnan. liana Schmidt, paired arainst Kit Fox of Oklahoma City. Fox lost a close decision recently to Thesx.-The opening matsh, at 8:30 p.m brings French Champion Pierre Florent here for the first time. He will oppose Omaha's woe juusea. Peru Freshmen "Win By DICK BECKER . Journal State Sports Editor Lincoln High takes to the road for a couple of weeks for the final two hurdles on its dash toward a second straight state football championship. - The Links ' meet Alliance inis Friday 'and. .then take on Grand Island next week to close out This week's test with Alliance!?:;" shouldn't nrove too tough for oomtu- Coach Bill Pfeiff's men but the Grand Island battle will be a fit ting climax. ' Other top games Include: Grand Island at Fremont This one should wrap u'pc the Eastern Division of the Big, Ten for the Islanders. Beatrice at Hastings The Orangemen complete, their Mid-East Conference play and havent much chance to cut off their losing streak against a good Hastings eleven. r Fairbury at Columbus Columbus has joined the Big Ten and Fairbury may find out why in this meeting. Lexlnrton at Coiad Cozad U gunning for Class B honors but will find the going rough against Class A Lexington. However, a nod for Cozad. North Platte at Curtis This is one of the poorer years for North Platte and Curtis may-'enjoy "one of its infrequent wins over the Bulldogs to gain the Southwest Conference title. Plattsmeuth at Blair Coach Bob Ketterer's Blair eleven is rolling in high gear and should take care of Plattsmouth: The schedule: PanK CKr Peru Prt .. Saraent ra. w. Souik Emu CHr .1. .. it Wjium M Rock port. Mo. al Scotia . at Sclblu at vcnmiiloB, b. U Bonavnhm Colambaa ... at W. Patricks rramoat Wawrlr . ... ,. at Syracuse Miraourt Vallnr. Ta. .....,... ! Ttkimah al Wakrflcld r ... at Warn 6-Man Games Friday, Oct JI By DICK BECKER Journal SUte Sports Editor . Nebraska's Cornhuskers, having cooled off after their red hot per formance against Colorado, are ready to jump into the fire again asthey face Missouri Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Coach Bill Glassford fears his Huskers may have cooled, off a little too much with a strong pos sibility of a letdown against the Tigers in this Dattle that Is an important Big Seven Conference tussle. There Is no Question but that the Huskers were keyed to a high pitch for their test against Colo rado. Their inspired play may have left them a little limp for the upcoming Missouri session. And the Tigers are no opponent to be taken lightly. THE status of Bobby Reynolds also has Glassford in a dither and probably this feeling is carrying over to the squad. , ' Bobby is. in the middle of an in-again-out-again debate between Glassfcd and team doctors who all have a floek of good intentions. " Nobody wants to tend Reynolds into a game until be is completely ready.' That may be this Saturday but Glassford will be the one to decide after the doctors have made exhaustive cheeks. fl He may be kept out this week as a precautionary measure to guarantee bis. presence against Kansas, Minnesota and Oklahoma. " . In some circles it is figured that the Huskers have a better-than- NEls Impressive II n 18-0 Victory even chance of downing Missouri guess will do for the present. ' . without Reynold's services. - THIS is a showdown battle fct ; THERE was a swing of senti- the fight for the crown. One of ; ment iThursday from ideas of a the clubs will have to give ground. free-scoring affair Saturday to a; Missouri ha a pair of wins while: tight defensive battle, Both clubs have rock-ribbed defenses and the game may develop Into a rock-sock battle with both teams making many yards but few scores. The Huskers ground out more Nebraska has two wins and. a tie.'. The eleven that wins this ne '.: Will be in line to challenge ' Oklahoma and Kansas ta the ; stretch drive. : On paper the teams appeal .about even. Nebraska has been; man ;kh yards offensively last. established as 1-touchdown ; vrek but could score only twice.,' favorite with the advantage ef-Missouri made 460 yards against! piaymg on jt8 home grounds. - ': Iowa State but could manage onlyi Probable Missouri starting: three touchdowns. lineups: Oilcan Jua Jfminaa a4 Mattric I'dHI. "BILL GLASSFORD hS done : atcawftylw arj UMriaa BuJt. ; k- k jk in tI, UKfcjct; Jack LofUo and Ik Caalt, auardti ' the best Coaching job in . our Uo,d Brmra. cntei Tnny ScwdiAO. a)vanr- ' league with . his material this oadu jm v.4 Bui K.irt.i. air- : souri commented earlier this week. Those Huskers have caught fire Dc(cnr JoM Wiilm and Jar Hrl. ? rmau Chxrlta Fkillioa and Paul Facaa. UckWr. ' Trrry .HAPrm and iim .Wan m. auariiai Nordra, ( Stolanidci and , At Androlcwki. Imrbnckc-n;' they're playing alert, rugged nroid Th.i,k .d b Scakrr football. We'll need to get all the! V Eaioa. kallbatka, and Bcarilmo. aaicot wrinkles out of our attack in order -Jiebraska.f probab,e .tarters: J to make a game of it this week- ... . " .. , ! j cir. Cimmn. Offrmr Ted Connor aad Aixty Ixirtir, end. bimmons (Hy Simmons, 'mln Jim OI;v and Harvrr GoUi. tacli ; Missouri SCOUt) tells me we proba-i Kay Conn and Gorne rxluil. aurJs: bly wont face a pair of tacklesj" "cri" ' lwrllrn , . Gm-lty .... Anlrll 'TT.T, Dnrchettrr ....... Winnebaao ndlwood ......... Slrrllni I Honey Cmk Salts M Adam ..,.. i. ... a frnHWKa at Amncnt at Anhin-at Ashlon .. . at Rrd Willow . . . at llnlcy at BeaTCT Croulnt af Brrmrr at Markita Briiwood at Baniwt Rroadaraur nrula Hruniwkk Viralnla .. Cairo ..; Wolhacll . Crrraco .. ...... ClrarwatcT ....... Hardy . ........ V ayn PrW , . . .' Dwitht AaaunBtioa Cortland NVatHa Dakou City Hern. Kaa. DtWilt ,. Poiirr . . . Elmwood KddyUa Eitln ... Rlkhora . Pmantial Flrtrr ...... Shickler Wnttii .. Hooper Albin, Wy Macwrlt .... Hunller . ... Indianola ... Kama Orlrana . fiarriburfc Snencer . . Vtnanao 11 -Man Games Friday, Oct. 31. . . JWi . . Miiffli City Arnold . . Aahland r-prinavt ffcomaral Callaway Stuart . . Gordon i Hratrlca ...f... Hrllryut . .......a....... I'lammoolh ............. nioomdrld ........ Blu Hill at Broken. Bo . .". ai. Albion .....at Prnder at Alliance ... al Arapaho .... at Arcadia ...at Bcrtrand . at Wab no , at Aiklnaoa , at Auburn at B Bittia Crcrk ... at Hayanl . . at Hastinaa It Colltia View . at Biatr atPiere at Deahlet nn T, at North Catkolle. PWmhurah. Pa. Bridenport ,. C.'VW'at Kinibail Rurwrii . . at A naif y Uncola Cathedral .......at Weerina Waiee Central City at Daytf Citr Hot Sprlnaa. . D Chadron Hiab rhadrna Prea) .at Pisa Ridav. 8. U. Wauneta ................... M Chaprx-ll St. Paul at Clarka Clay Center , at Netann Fairbury .................. at Columboa Ieiinntoa .................... . at Coaad EuihYilla i Cralord Creiihtoa ................... at Laurel Impeiial . Nonh Plan Fdaar . rri-nton at Brattoa Dntoa Ksmbnldt i...i. -at Oiirley ......... at Eltie ........ at Osmond at Burchard .... at Overton ,,..St Cedar Rapid ....... at ParilHon ...... "at Cnamhrra ... ... . at Cheater . . . . . at Colcridar at Concordia Seward ...... ..at Plymouth ........ at Croflon I Emenon at Dawaon at Liberty . at Dit ............... at Talmaae . at fcatlc at Kiverdak . at Royal ... at Cedar Blulfi . at Elm Creek at McCool jnnction ...... at FairficidJ i .-. . , . ai r mniuni at Odell ...... at timaam . at Kretna ... . at ' Harriiburi . - . at Herahey al Republican City . at Loom at Dannebroa .,.,.... ni iwTcncc at Lyman at Lynch Madrid Maacot (at Orford) at Holrrook Mrlheta ...... at St. An tea Alliance Snmner .... . at Merna Milfotd I Ma Pitt Sacred Heart Norfolk Wintlde ........... Niobrara .......... Plane Center ....... Nonh Loup ....... Oakdale ........... Palisade . .' St. Edward ........ Stella . .... Snaldina Academy Shubert .... Bui.a Doniphan at Utica at Mullen ... at Nebranka Deaf at. Ncaveattfr ..... at Aeon. S. D ...... . at North Rend at Palmer .... at Uradoat Crow ........ at Farnam ..... . at Rlini Cit .at Salem at Bt. Mary'a O Nrili at Verdon r at Vrrdare .. at Wood Riaai Bratton Big Favorite Over Miceli Tonight NEW YORK (Fh-Unpredictable Johnny Bratton, (inclined to follow good fights with -lazy exhibitions, is a heavy favorite over rough Joe Miceli tonight at 9 o'clock (Lincoln time) in a nationally televised welterweight 10-rounder at Madison Square Garden. ; But Miceli is no soft touch for the former NBA welter champ. Aletandria ! He has beaten Luther Rawlines. Virgu Akins and Pierre Langolis with his unorthodox : hcll-for' leather slambang style. He fig ures to be moving into Bratton, and crowding Mm. THE FIGHT will be tele vised over the NBC . network (WOW-TV) and broadcast by Mutual (KfOK). .... Both fighters have 70 per cent winning records. Bratton, 25, in 71 bouts has won 52, lost 19 and foupht three draws. He was stopped twlee, each time on a broken Jaw. Kid Gavilan also broke his Jaw In winning the welter title last year but Johnny manafed ta last the 15 rounds. Miceli, 23, has a 36-11-4 record. He never has been stopped. 2 New Starters For Cyclone 11 AMES, Ja. W)--The Iowa State Cyclones will have two new play ers in their starting offensive lineup when they take the field against Oklahoma In a Big Seven football game here Saturday. After Thursday's two and a half hour drill which waa completed under a fall harvest moon and the practice-field lights, - Coach Abe Stuber named Mike Swale and Emory Eichorn as the new starters at right end and right halfback. respectively. Halfback Frank Congiardo appeared a very doubtful performer after reinjuring his ankle Thurs day. Bui Flantan, the No. 2 quar terback, also will see limited serv ice because of a bad ankle. :: Flrat noma 1 Vara liat 1 17 I'aaaaa atnaaaaid a ' . PaaMa aaawleted ....... 1 Paaaaaa yaraaaa ........ S S I'aaaa ......,.. S . Pan) awaaa aa X3 - Paaaallaaa S Si anaatttaa ! The' Lincoln Northeast football team saved the best for the last The Rockets, playing their home finale, and their next-to-last game of tne-seasonr-overpowerird well- regarded Omaha Benson with surprising ease, 18-0 -ion their most impressive victory this year. The Bunnies had lost only to powerful Omaha North, 28-13, but they never had - a chance against Northeast, which was observing its homecoming. Junior Thomas and Ken Forbes sparked a crunching Rocket ground attack, with opportune aid from speedy Ron Steele, Northeast completed . just one . pass that for two yards. THE BULKY ROCKET line ana an alert secondary, never let Ben son threaten seriously. End Norvan Holverson blocked Lester McCoun'i punt midway in the second quarter to set up the first score. ... It took Northeast Just four plays to score front-the 33 where they took over the ball. - Thomas drove 17 yards and Forbes 14 more. With first and goal, Forbes made a yard" and Thomas took it over. Thomas' .plume for the extra point failed. iarry Hennings' interception of a bad knee. a McLoun pass early in the tnira quarter set up the second Rocket score. Hcnnlnes took it on his own 48, and ft back to the Bunnies' 38. The Rockets counted on nine plays, with Thomas crashing over from the two. Forbes and Thomas carried it on every play but ont a four yard end run by Steele that gave the Rockets a first down on the five. NORTHEAST drove 60 yards rrom its own 40 lor the finale. A 15-yard personal foul penalty hurt me Bunnies, but the play that broke their back came with fourth down and three to go on their 27. Steele took the ball from Forbes on a Statute of Liberty play and goi to nensont' is. Then, after a backfield In mo- ' tion penalty had set the Rocket back to the 20, Forbes broke over the left aide of the Benson line and scored standing up, CV Only Home Team Tonight College View Flays the only game on the Capital City high school football schedule tonight. The View-men tangle with Belle-vtie in the 1952 College View homecoming game. - Kickoff time Is S p.m. at Vlewman Field. Unjoin la st Alliance- and Cathedral at Weeping W ater Jii other games. ..v.-. over the rest of the season any tougher than Husmann and Mm-nick, and Boll, their middle man, is a rouRh cookie, toa"""--- The Huskers will go Into the game practically at fall, strength. Only Reynolds and End George Mink are listed aa crippled. Mink Is through for the season with a broken collarbone. As ' for ; Reynolds, anybody's Bob Snuik at Dennia Knrinek. nam kail) ' Kay Noak or Georae Cilra, fullback Defcme Bill Scluhacaer and Dennii : Emanaeli enda; Jerry. Mimwk and TA Hua awwvaackleat Max KitKlaian and Don p.xi, tuarda; Cart Braare and Verl Stoat, line-backen: Dan Drown and Jim Yciatry, hall- tackai. Ckarbra Cbaaalo, lulibaca. Kickoff time is 2 p.m.'.'."-' Came officials will be Cliff OgHen, Wichita, referee; GradjJ ' Skillern, Oklahoma, umpire; Cecil J Mullerleile, St. Louis, linesman;, Dick Pendleton, Oklahoma, Judge. with a minute and a half gone in the last -quarter. John Rohrig's" extra point tries after the last two scores failed. The Bunnies, who made only six first downs to 15 for North-cast, got three of them in one chunk the first time they had the ball. WITH 15 and 7-yard runs by Harvey 'Anderson, their top ground gainer, and a 13-yard pass from Mcuoun to Jerry Rigg the main factors, they feot to the Rocket 33. But a fourth-down line plunge by Anderson was short. jne closest they ever came again was in the fourth quarter, reaching the Northeast 43 after a 12-yard run by Anderson and the 42 on McCoun's return of Ken Forbes' punt that was partially oiocKea Dy tiwood Mink. lrry-DelaneyVas at quarter' DacK lor me Kockets.-who were minus their regular starter, Howard Thrapp. He was sidelined with Line score: Northeast 0 B S-lk Demon ................ . , 0 0 0 0 0 Hcorlna trwKhdoann Thomaa (2), Forbei. OIlKiala: Queen, Kcefrr. KoeMer. Wprrall. Brief Reprieve Urged for Fish A temporary reprieve from the skillet is recommended for fish! which are freshly planted in the west lake in Oak Creek Park here. - ' At least that's what Glen R. Foster, supervisor of fisheries for the State Came commission urges in a letter to the Lincoln City ew-man Gmva i.rand Island Ramron . .....,., Know the Signs! 'tfT'iT i t!e'uipmerj' Njl I l.Vhatwill ! I If I uke the UOUSHNtSS AND FILING ON RUSSELL Sporting Goods - 133 N. 11th at rren-ori , . at Friend . at Fullenoi at Sin rnw It Stroimbura . , at CJibhun at Gothenhura , at Oaallala at Hanlnaton - PERU Peru Teachers fresh men defeated Highland, Kan., Junior College, 14-13, as Halfback Dick Stogdill booted both extra Twiinta. Stnorlill marl nn Pprn ' Seward touchdown and Lowell Samuelson nJnoT J the other. pford . ord .... (irant . I'lainvkm UfllAMW Holy Trtnr Hartlnatoo... at Tyndall, S. .D Home an Pilaa Table Rock . ............. at Humboldt McCook .k at K earner Litchfield at Loun Clrr Wot Point 1.. Stanton Minaiara . . . . . Shenandoah, la. Schuvkr Iedl. SinDl City Oakland Omaha Cathedral , Omaha Central . Omaha St. Joaepfe Thomaa Jrffcraon . Omaha Wexda Hnaha Tacit' ONeiU . ..... Silver Creek Juleibura. iColo, Full Strength 7" Tiger Squad Set . COLUMBIA; Mo. W) The University of Missouri football squad has completed and polished off preparations for its Saturday clash with Nebraska at Lincoln. Coach Don Faurot's 36-man travel list showed the Bengals have virtually all cf their grid talent available for the fray. -Faurot and his men left early Friday for Lincoln. They were to '"""..t rthrS Council. Foster suggests it would ......... v- - I ... a . .a m a FriClHV Ilir 1 allll ill Tl. at iWyard rf , 7 reach the Nebraska capital about ia. Mu ik. knir oeauinc. me original suggesxjon ior a-two "i three day period between Fanner Prrn AlTilplc stc lg and angling time for the,-, , fT , I Local High School fish rame from the Nebraska Bet-wis wniaim msi tarthraai m ter Fishing Association. Wesieyan B Team Tops Lutlier, 19-6 WAHOO,, Neb. Luther College got off to a 6-0 start Thursday night against Nebraska Wesieyan B but yielded touchdowns in each of the last three periods and dropped a 19-8 decision. Giles ' scored the tying touch down and Buck's placement put. wesieyan ahead to stay. : ones raced 55 yards with an intercepted pass for his second touchdown. Buck got the other wesieyan tally. LeMoyne Munson scored for Luther. ' ' Aeon lw flUakrtMatf Luther .(,.. 0 0 S Weaieyaar B O T " t 19 leaar miaaii Touchdoaa Munaon. Waaleyan B anraaai Toucadowna Gllet 1. Buck. i'ouK aflat toucMowa fiuck (place ment). ; . .- -7-:,- Junior High Grid Field Day Slated Another in a series of Intramural sports programs for Lincoln Junior high schools is on deck Saturday a football field day at the Lincoln High Oval. The football festivities begin at 9 a.m. with representatives of six Junior high schools partlcl- ' pating in the Ralph Beechner- orlginated field day. Schools participating will be Irving, Whittier, Everett, Have-i lock, College View and Northeast. I The meet is open to the public. No school championship will be determined, but awards will be made to the winnefs of the eleven events on the program. Events: Kick-off for dbtanr. - 1 Place-kick for accuracy. I SO-rard anrint throuea Mockina-dunuay ob-atacle course (linemani. ( enter paaa for accuracy. I'aaa for dialonce. I'aaa lor accuracy. ' . . I Itron kick fur accuracy. ! 2 Vrd tire obttacla apunt . fbacki). I'unt for dHtance. Punt for accuracy. I foot ball ahuitie relay. . i HI J fas? xVv - It J . !W .'V 1 : . f . - . ,1 1 W a si a- a 5 i TIRED SO EARLY? Omaha Benson Back Harvey Anderson (75) seems to be sitting, as he helps teammate Terry Lambert haul down Northeast's Kert Forbes (white jersey) after a short gain Jo the. first period. Benson players rushing in on the kill are not identified. The Bunnies defence, wasnt this effective as the game progressed, for the Rockets won, 18-0. (Journal Photo.) : Game Commission Probes Pheasants Air Shipment The Nebraska Game Commission is investigating a report that four Kansas hunters flew at least 60 pheasants out of the state from the Mason City. area earlier this month. 1 A commission spokesman said federal agents are checking an apparent violation of regulations on illegal transportation of pheasants out of the state. . ittitHiiyiifii t Red pood Porter Made the TD ai aninuc. , ....... u -lt- fain n esiuruua ui cu cac View, one of The Journal's "Prep at the University of Omaha. Football Stars of the Week" was Athletic Director Virgil Yelken, Fheiton! Fridav incorrectlv listed as socring who also is head basketball coach. J?'v!ZZ the Viewman's touchdown against; announced Thursday that Mudra M.rfim hi ivr. i na loucnaown was tnaue win iflivc uv bihiwik wiunuaj. . . at Mucheii i by jark Porter while Westbrook Mudra is working on his Mas-NeVatU made the extra point as College ter's Degree in English at ...... at Nort-iii . View won, 7-6. Omaha U. EHf'TWT -- -: . ' - OMAHA Wl-Darrell Mudra.' mgn ocnooi former Omaha South high and Hv sartaai' is' '.V.'.V.V.V." Meaaiaafoed Peru Teachers athlete, has been ' ..jiarrha named assistant basketball coach YT. ."'. v .".IT! J State College ,.Raeaak f 14 ,.Daan S Other College Xee Iakaaa II MeTaak HK Oklabaaaa T ' I loan Haalayaa) SS ...... at Crrifhton Pre" ..... at (m!-ha North ... at Omaha Hole Name at Omaha Suit ....... . - at Valley ... at Sioux l li r.aat at Vairiine at Ocola : at Oahkoah pi iKiaaealfaJ Double ZVC Green Stamps on Gas Fridays FinE CHIEF CAS. ....... .....21.1 SKY CII1EF CAS. . . ... ... . ... .23.4 CTSTON MADE BAVOUNZ 008 Kraft Service 9121 TIXACO rSODlCTS am n m m a " FRIDAY NIGHT J I COLLEGE FOOTBALL ; HOMECOMING I At O. X. Macee Stadium, 56th and Huntinrtoa Streett; t Game time t P.M. HASTINGS COLLEGE . 7 WESLEYAN J Slnrle Adm. tea. SeaU S1.2S, Gen. Adm. Sl.tf. a i i - you! 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