The Nebraska State Journal from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 12, 1941 · 16
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R FOUR MNfOIJV SCMUY JOl'RNAL AND STAR, OCTOBER 12, 111 Notre Dame is too strong for Georgians, 20-0 Juzwik, Evans and Bcrtelli set pace for Fighting Irish ATLANTIC, Ga. (UP). loose a trio of devastating backi Tech, 20 to 0. Before a capacity Grant field crowd of 30,000. Owen Evana, Steve Juiwik, and Sophomore with power and precision to outclass an under-dog Tech team which never got a chance to ahow the magic wizardry for which it ia famed and which made only one acoring threat. It waa Bertelli who sparked the Irish in their three scoring drives, pawing and running in sensational fashion and play lnjr a bang-up fame on defense, The (am was only minutes old when the first Notre Dame drive got started on ths Tech 43 after the Irish had recovered a blocked punt ' Three Good Peases. On ths first plsy Bertelll lost 8 varus when he oouldn t rind a receiver but then he connected three times running with accurate tosses to End George Murphy, the last ons being food for 15 yard and a touchdown. Juzwik place-kicked ths extra point In ths nest period ths Irish struck suddenly, Juswlk taking the ball on a deep reverse and racing 08 yards off tackle past ths Tech secondary for a touchdown. Juswlk again kicked the point This Notre Dam team appeared to have championship clsss Saturday, the Leahy-fashioned offense clicking consistently for long gains from both balanced and unbalanced lines and the passing attack appearing more accurate 'than the Irish have shown In yesrs. Bertelll hit his psss receivers time snd again . with accurate tniuips snd Evana plunged powerfully for short yardage when needed. Score In Third. Notre Dame's lsst touchdown had come a little earlier In the third period when Bertelll passed 10 yards to Bob Dove. Jurwlk ran over guard for 7, Evana picked up 8 on two tries at the line and Juswlk lugged It over on a tackle plunge from the 4 Tech's star for the day was little Davey Eldredge, a sophomore tailback, who ripped off sev eral good runs and was the only offensive threat which Coach Bill Alexander's team could ahow. The lineup: If) S OA TECH NOTRE TAME L B. Arthur , Iov L.T. Annlin Bruts LO. Dyke Haddock ' C. 1. WrtHht Bemba 1(1, W. Jordan Crtmmlna R T. Helme Llllla R E. Webb Murphf Q B, Kuhn , H. WrUht 1. H. Kllredr.e Bertelll R H. Hancock Juiwik K B. Pinter Evan Bcor bv periods: Deort la Tech Notre. Dam o o e o e T T i 020 Touchdowns: Notra Dame, wlk I. Murphy. Jua- Folnta after touchdown: Notre Dam Juiwik I. Offlclala: Referee, J, J. Lynch, Holy Croee ; umpire R. Taylor. Georgetown; headllnaeman, J. C. Artnletead. Vaodarbllt; field Judae, O. C. Hill: Wofford. Army noses out V.M.I. by 27 to 20 WEST POINT, N. Y. (Tin. A 27- 20 victory over the yet-to-wln Virginia Military Institute eleven here Saturday kept Army undefeated In two starts and assured the West Pointers of a better record on the gridiron than last season, even If they win no other games this fall. West Point took less than six minutes to push across its first touchdown, Jere Maupin crossing . fromi the V.M.L 7-yard line stripe. A 1-inch plunge by Nelse Cat-lett, the V.M.I, captain and left halfback and Joe Muha'a successful placement gave the Southerners a tie Just before the end of the first period. SPORTS LIABILITY INSURANCE WACO INSURANCE SERVICE 400 Woodmen Ace BIdg. 2-6884 Wrwk m We have a large stock of Shotguns, Hunting Clothing and Hunting Equipment at the usual low prices. Stock up early. TIME FAYMENTS ARRANGED 1118 O UndefeatfJ Notre Pame turned Saturday and crushed Georgia Angelo Jlertelli ran and passed Kearney bows to Holdrcgc forces, 12-0 Maynnrd Samms sets win pace KEARNEY, Neb. With May-nard Samms leading the way, Hoi-drege chalked up a 12 to 0 victory over Kearney In a 8outhwest conference bsttle Friday. Two fumbles paved the wsy for the Dusters' touchdowns. A fumbled punt In the first period gave lioldrege the ball and Ssmma scored, sfter a 45 yard march. In the fourth quarter another fumble gave Holdrege the ball on the loa-era' 23-yard line. It was Just a matter of playa before Cltchell went over for the second marker. West Point Slaps Down Wslthlll, 7-0. WEST POINT, Neb. Coach Leo Craves' West Point grldders took revenge against Warthlll Friday under the lighta and set the Blue- Jays down, 7-0. Wlllar Nelson was the big gun In the West Point sttack and scored the winning touchdown in the fourth period. Loup City No Match for St Paul, 13-0. LOUP CITY. Neb. A husky St Paul eleven turned on the power Friday to spank Loup City, 13-0. Two blocked kicks set the pins for the first two scores. In the third quarter the winners scored a aafety on a blocked punt while the first period brought their first touchdown. In the final quarter, St Paul marched 60 yards for their last touchdown. Aurora and Seward Draw. AUKoRA, Neb. Aurora and Seward lacked scoring punch when near the goal line and battled to a 6-6 draw Friday. A first quarter drive gave Sew ard a touchdown with Rolling going over from the 2-yard line. Aurora punched across their lone tally In the fourth period as Da-moude drove over from the 4. 8t Cecilia Falls in Last Second, 26-24. HASTINGS, Neb. A Hetrick to Wright pass In the last second of play enabled Elmcreek to defeat St. Cecilia, 26-24, here Friday. The play ended Just as the gun went off. Sumner Drops First Encounter, 12 to 6. EDDYVILLE, Neb. Yentes Intercepted a fourth quarter pass and raced 30 yards to a touchdown to give Sumner Its first setback of the season as Eddyville won, 12 to 6. Columbia hands Princeton easy 21 to 0 setback PRINCETON, N. J. UP). Every time you looked up at the Palmer Stadium gridiron to see what was going on Saturday, Pounding Paul Governali was tearing off chunks of yardage. Which, briefly, Is exactly how a smart, typlcally-Lou Little-coached Columbia eleven walloped Princeton's willing but inept football Tigers, 21 to 0, before a crowd estimated at 25,000. TRADE rN YOUR OLD GUN' St. Always jxirt of the . , ' urt ' " :'- & a . . - - - - .- . - r-r : I rr J SATURDAY WAS BAND DAY AT NEBRASKA. The crack Jayhawk unit in the foreground and the Nebraxka aggregation face the flag in the center of the field in the betwecn-halves show. High school bunds are lined up on right. (Staff photo.) Differ (Continued from Page S-B.) Six honors st center as a member of the K. U. team last year and who now has Joined the Fourth Estate as a snorts writer for the To-peka Journal, was sitting around ihlnnlng with the Husker coaches after the game. "Say," he said. "I thought a lot of that von Goetz In there Satur day afternoon. Ia he a Junior?" When Pierce found out that von Goetz was merely a sophomore, he threw up his arms in sheer de spair. Did you see Ralph Miller flat on his back several times? And Nib- lo and Evans when they took turns passing 7 That might have been because of the theory Clarence Herndon has. You know: "They can't pass when they re flat on their backs.' - Flat on Back. Now the Jayhawks got off plen ty of passes allrlght but remem ber this: Herndon, George Abel, Gerry Kathol and a few others were really giving these passers me business. It all goes to show Just how truly great this boy Miller really was or Is. One of the HuHkers who had his chin high, but who was bemoaning his fate at the same time was Ran dall Salisbury, third string fullback, who never entertained hopes of getting in the ball game. But he was in there and he was a nifty performer. What he had a right to squawk about waa the last play of the game. The goal was 13 yards distance. All he got when receiving the snapback was 12 yards. That's tough, . Bradley Shows Why. Bradley? Now the Husker followers who didn't see this bucking bronco go against Iowa State know what was meant when they said this boy was nearly unstop-able. I'll take his kicking, tight along with his running. Not many weeks ago, Major Jones was worried about the booting department Bradley's kicking, particularly his quick-kick efforts, has everything under control now. Quarterbacks? Who In the world would suspect that Marv Athey, Fred Metheny and Bobby Cooper could all do such a capable Job? Who would expect that Wayne Blue could loolf so bad In practice and so good in a game. Go on down the list George Abel was happy. He stood in the dressing room. Many of his teammates congratulated him. Besides winning the ball game, Abel had the football. Jayhawks Low. Over In the Jayhawk dressing quarters, the scene was vastly There's No "Time Out" IN PEERLESS SERVICE WOOL SUTS PL UK"3" TOPCOATS Sae with CASH A HARRY for 11.1 Cah & Carry FELT HATS '50c 6 NECKTIES 45c tan Tour Iarolm They're Valuable EERLESS CLEANERS football game-ltatuls mass before flag . . Nodak State takes to air to beat Soriaks GRAND FORKS, N. D. t.Vt. Stalled trying to get their ground attack to function, the University of North Dakota Sioux struck twice thru the air, once in each of the last two quarters, to down the University of South Dakota, 14-7 Saturday. The victory was the first for the Sioux in two North Central con ference starts and It was the first setback for the Coyotes In two tries. C A. West Sioux coach, maintained the record he has established since coming here in 1928 never losing to the Unlver stty of South Dakota. On the ground, South Dakota gained a net 161 yards to North Dakota's 144. different These Kansans, regardless of the sophomores, were ex pected to do a big Job this year. They expected Miller to rifle Just as many pass completions as he did. But they didn't expect this: That all the passes would be completed In the middle of the field and the receiver brought abruptly to earth. Coach Gwinn Henry, who has been Just as happy as sad after every game, remarked of Nebras-ka'a fine power. " Of course," he said, "I say that every year." But Coach Henry may well expect to be on- the up-grade soon. The large numbers of promising sophomores he displayed holds the answer. Bands Entertained. How about that grand show staged by those bands? Many persons, leaving the stadium, had nothing but praise to' shower on the personnel and leaders of these fine organizations. Actually, Nebraska has never offered a finer halftime show. Most impressive In every sense of the word. Incidentally, someone just phoned. Seems as if those chinch bugs were at work again. The insects bothered the pho tographers, the officials, some of the customers, the bandsmen and perhaps the earnest, but outplayed Jayhawk eleven. The only persona they didn f bother were the Cornhuakers. Individual statistics . . . KANSAS. RISHINO. t.r, (sin loa net vir. Mlllrr it t 21 I .1 Kvana It , Jl 1.4 Nlhln II IS 11 S .4 Kltlnarr .... S S 1. Altaian .... 1 t .. ' - t. Ulbbeiu .... 1 0 IT .. -17. rvNTs. No. yoa. ;. Mlllrr S SOL 40.t Nlblo t 74 87. PoUom I 7 S7.S PASSES, alt. rp. Int. Inrp. , arr. Miller ..21 ' IS 4 S a.ij Kvana ..1 1 1 1 IS. Nlblo . . 5 S S 3 S. Allman 1 1 9 8. NEBRASKA. BUSHING, t.e. fain loao Mt f. Ah 1 7 0 7 7. Bradtor ....13 41 41 S.S Zlkmnnd ... S 47 t 47 ' S3-0 Kranrl, .... S IS IS S.S Mnthear .... 1 7 7 7. Ibaa 5S I U 8, Kindt S S t S. Rlaw 4 40 4. ('onprr S IS S IS 4.8 In 1 21 S 21 21. Slmmona ... 4' SA S M It. 1 Sallabnrjr ... S 24 24 It. Uanaoa .... 1 S 11. .PUNTS. No. Jin. a. Rradl 4 Jo.? 88.2 Long 1 41 41. PASSES, alt. CP. Int. Inrp. BT. RrailH-y 1 0 1 .... Mrthrar S S l".t Drhna ., S 1 O 1 S.S Cooper 11 S S, Bowling averages GaiATta LINCOLN LADIES' LEAGUE. W- Li W L Sen SI mono I 1 Orna Lt1 4 S Counu r C. I Iowa Nab. S 4 rhoraiiar 1 Wrlli Proa I 1 I Vaao 4 8 Paramount 1 7 Taa Mlfa Inrfltldaaia. Sponrrr Kl'Rybarf 10 Snldrr .. imi rhomaa 144 Wrndrlln 155 Walhen ... 144 H. Craif 151 ataihrri 141 folder IMHauarr 140 COSMOPOLITAN LEAGUE. W U W L OrairU 10 1 Pruldri 8 Eat-In T SlContumera I 7 Oman 7 6: Br 1 1 Kirn an 8 7 Parmrr-i Ooldi 1 I Taa Hick IndlTldaaJa. SchwarU 171 Lonr 1S Crxran 189 Boihart 1S7 H. Johnaon .... 1M Jamra . 1S7 Whealrr 188 Krumlum 1ST Ihlrra 184, MoDonald 187 AMERICAN LEGION. W LI W L Joe'a 10 81 Stat Auto 8 9 Bob'! 10 8! Braaa Rail 8 Papal I 7! Lincoln OU 8 9 Stat H. I TINoble'a f 9 Tea Blfh IndlTldaala. Morlti 170 Palrrton 188 Vlctlt 1698nldrr 187 Ouranika ,,.H Noble 184 Racd !81C. Johnann 181 Taylor HiaolUmrjrrr 180 TELEPHOJiZ LEAGUE. W L Supply 11 4' Construction 7 8 Srrvlca 10 8 Shop 8 9 Local 8 7i Accmintlnc 8 Oenara 7 8 Traffic 6 10 Tea Hlra Indltldaala. Royce 1M Car? 14 Walker lMiLahr 141 Con 147IJackaon 141 Backitrora 143'Winrk ns Hal 141iNelsen 137 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE. W LI W L Offlc 10 Coolers 8 Comprcsnora 8 8! Dairy 5 7 Preeaeri ( 81 Ice Dept. 3 Taa Hlrb Indlyldoala. Bernhardt lSHMcIntyr ,.,.,,..140 Carroll 1471 Hoffman 1.19 Whltt 14S Scheer 138 O). Ax 143 Hytrrk 138 R. Nelaon 143iSchwaubauer ....135 BOOSTER LEAGUE. W L W L City Club 11 4McClaln,8 t 7 Sidle 10 S! French . 7 8 Davidson's UO'Shea's 7 8 Lert 7Elchee's 9 Palrmont 7Wllk 8 10 Diamond 8 7Ooetx 1 13 Tea Hlra Indltldaala. Plnley 192 Smith 178 Davidson 189 J. Brown 177 Bretier 184:Hruby 177 Prohardt 183 P. A. Brown ...177 Kalaer 181Slmodynes 178 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE. W LI W L Rocket 13 31 Kinney 7 8 Consumers 10 BIWooda 8 9 Clro Cola 10 61 forest 8 9 Sales Book 81 Lin. Packing 8 9 Lin. Laundry 9 OlCheapper 4 It Drapers 8 7Mas;ee's 1 11 Tea Wfn inaiTianais. Roshon ill K. Peterson ....1871 Ross 173iSchmld 187 Brown ....173'Orth .188 Thorson 172Hoffman 188 Bretier 1871 Heln 188 BANNER LEAGUE. W LI W L Town Hall 10 tIJohnny's t 7 Lessenbop 10 81 Coca Cola 7 Won . 9 8 Best 7 9 Roberts S'Kergenrader S 9 Wilson's I 71 Aden 8 9 Qooch's 8 71 Peplstcola 3 10 Tea Hlrb Indivldaals. Carpentor 177'Brehm 185 Whiting 173 H. Meyer 185 lolms 187'Helvey 183 Blraodyne 1871 Maul 183 Clear 168! Plock 181 LADIES MAJOR LEAGUE, W LI Crown 8 81 Cheapper Modem 9 8! Beechner8 Gardner 9 81 Meaeerj Tea Hlrb Individuals. Wendelln 1841 Snider Willis 155Raan .183 .153 Spencer Wathen 1551 Jensen ...141 ...1M Madden . IV ...154! Mulder 141 Smith LADIES BOOSTER LEAGUE. W L W LI Band Box 1J 1! IT tti western 7 8 Brick's 11 4 Kno's 4 11 Bohemia 9 81 Kresre's 1 13 Taa High Individual. Jenkins 138! Potter 131 Clay 1351 C. Willis 133 Waldo 134i Roshon 132 Schwimmer 133iNeheim Kunde llllHruby "a . BUSINESS WOMEN'S LEAGUE. WD W L Templelon'a 8 7 Hirer's 9 8 Hridrman MS Suller IM Hnka 11J Millar Ul Maihrr ISO Rurreu Ut Anderaon 1)0 Cian 118 tIJIS UAGII. W LI Korsmeyer 8 I Palm a Thrifty 4 3 Barbera Olobe 4 3 Oetrn Up CarUoa'8 4 3 Lrtuork a Tea Hlfh IndlTldaala. Hoibert 178 Looaebronk .. Vaeoba 177 p. A. Brown.. Dunman 174 Dya Vlfquam 175' Loae Brown.. Orm 173 Lri Brown.... L 3 4 3 t .173 .170 .189 .189 .188 BUSINESS MENS LI AGUE. W L v W V Simon's 10 5 Brownie's 9 7 Vlcker's 10 V Burehrai 9 7 Hamma 9 9 Hellman's 7 8 Wolf 99 9 Hardy's & 10 Red Ball 8 7 O. K. Mullen 8 10 Elliott 8 7Plrt Nati. 1 11 Tea Hlfh Indltldaala. Smith 190 Schaffcr 173 Craen 181'Defla 189 B. Koaaek 179 Dalrympl 188 Roihon 177 Boettcher 168 Hoibert 178!BI!horn 188 CAPITAL CITT LEAGUE. I W U W L Liberty 9 I' Square Deal 9 9 Salvetoo 9 3, Heroolaheimcr 7 Hud re I 7 Val'a 4 9 Toat s 8 Curtis 3 10 Ten Hlfh Indltldaala. SalvMnn 154 Oroih 188 Hoffman 180 O'Drlscoll 118 177'Kcck 184 Plock 177 Barthule 168 Brags, 175 FEDERAL LADIES LEAGUE. W Lf W L Kardrt 11 4 WPA No. 1 8 7 Bus. M(t. 9 81 Mall 8i Piles 8 9 Lesal 9 8' Rehab. 8 10 Finance 8 71 WPA No 1 4 11 Tea Hlfh Individuals. Miller 135'Bresden 128 Bather HHUnd 128 MeCormick 130' Hudson 138 Mounted 1301 Beckers 123 Btrandikov 129 Eklund 133 rrOFRAL LEAGIIB. - W LI W L Loans 11 1 Operations 8 8 Management 7 8' WPA O At S 6 8 WPA No. i .7 5! SCS 1 6 7 Voucher 7 5i SCS 3 4 8 Accounts 8 8' Executives 4 8 BAE 8 81 Area 3 9 Ten High Individuals. Roshron 171i Morlts 184 Koop . . . 1701 8cott 18i Boveaon . . . ,, . . 181 Placek HO Wambers? 167' Sandals 180 Oreffenlus 1841 Mlllhouw 159 KNIGHTS Or COLUMBUS. W L' W t System 7 T Sacred Heart 5 4 Sun Crest 8 3i Elnc. Market 4 8 De Luxe 1 8 41 Wahoo 3 8 McCormick's 8 4' De Luxe 3 It Ten High Individuals. MeCormick 173rflchmal 183 Schuster 1721 J. O'Gare 181 Poster 187IKraemer 153 Dunman 188: C, Walter 157 Arth .183Kudrna 157 See Pesek and W'rljht ' Go to a Finish WRESTLE Tues., Oct. 14 8:30 P.M. FAra- GROUNDS ARENA Lincoln MAIN EVENT FINISH MATCH! V JOHN PESEK vs. JIM WRIGHT SEMI-FINAL King Kong Clayton GENE BOWMAN One Other flood Boat Referee Joe Zlkmund Ticket, an Sal Saratoga Biniarda. 148 No. 11th 81., pbana 2-6I2. Baa Iravea lath and O St. al S a and 9:2 P. M. Direct la Arena. General Admiaalon 5,e. Reserved Seat. 7Ke. Cbildrea andar 11, is tax Incladeil. Up a ii J Down tha Hlvrr . . . Hunting season starts Thursday Ucgin at sunrise; hunt wntcrfowl 60 days, pheasants three weeks BY NOLU UMPIUCHT. Nebraska's sportsmen will arm en masse at sunrUe Ttmrsday for an attack on migratory waterfowl and pheasants. 0,en season tot waterfowl lajsts 60 days an three weeks fur pheasant. All reports 1 have received point to the' beat hunt in recent years; with ducks, feeae and pheasants flocking the state In numbers greater than hunters can reintuubcr. Pheasant may be harder to get thla year tho, borauM under brush and grass has had an Meal ; rowing seajaon, and natural hid ing places are numerous. The entire state except reserves Is open to duck and goose hunt ing, and all the state but reaervea and four southeastern counties Kichardson, Johnson, I'awnee and Nemaha wUl be open to pheasant hunters. These four counties hsve been set up as quail restocking areas. William Lytle, acting secretary of the state game commission, has Instructed his wardens to patrol the four eloeed counties, and nab anyone violating tha law, NEW PECULATIONS. It might be In order to set down some of the regulations which will be In command; a dallr hat a ad naaeioa Urn It al flv Naaaat arlU ba twralltal, ea ot vbirh anay a a han It ahu aooKtoalailr, but tha eumnsiaaHja do au roim4 that baa nta a ttitaaOonallv ahol. ta aVatl kaf oa 4vckt and fvs will taa durks and tanes isaaa n4 a pf-uoa Until of SO 4aai and ala at 71ka raatrtctioSM oa eanaAbach and ruddy duoa hav aea rantovad, laavtne only radhaad and bulllalMad durka oa the raalrlrted Itat. Nut aaor Ihu thraa la ttM assrvgal ol IMaa deck can b taken !ily or ala ha p. ton Amither llbaraliaaittai tit la resulattorui narnilla I ha laklng of als blue (veae dally II no SOW 8aa are laaaa and 11 la ua-aaaa. II I ha daly ba of three otnar Ma ar taken yr wia a aareniited to lake three blue inn In aiHIlllon. makln total bat of ais aaraa. Tbia aama resu la t loo nermll yinj to bav als other and ais blue la nuaaasatoa or a total of 11 8caae, Tn 11 e'elork ahoottnf hour aa tha Plane rtvar and the North Halle river baa basa repealed and you alll b nr milled to th.KH during the rvsular ahuol. In hours. The North Platte river and for lea rud on earB ai4a la tlardea enunlv. and the I'lalle river and lor ten roOa on earh aide In Inxlse, Rauudera and Ixnulss ouuniiea lo the brtdse oa hishvay No. 18 are rlueed to all atvotin. Tha ua or llv decuya la prohibited HhoKuna muat be plutied. and all hunt-era over 18 year ot ae muat hav duck atamp when hunting waterfowl. Halt. In of waterfowl la prohibited and a new reulatlna prohibit I he ueo of rattle, borne or aiulea In taklne waterTowL The eaat line of Bheridaa. Uardea and Deuel emintire have asain oaen draianated aa the diviaton line between mountain and rentral lime. The hmira of ahootln on both waterfowl and pheasant a will he from eunrtae in I p. a each day during tha open season. IOWA SEASON. Nebraskana who find fault with our hunting season might take a look at Iowa'a. For the first time in Iowa history as many as S3 counties will be open, and hunters of the Tall Corn state get a season of only seven days. It runs from Nov.' 12 to Nov. 18, Inclusive. This for spproximately 200,000 hunters. HERE AND THERE. Miss Ava June Qulgle was hunting pheasants out of season last week but she didn't know It. She was stopped by a state patrolman who wanted to know what she was doing with two dead pheasants draped over the bumper guard. The birds had apparently been struck without her knowledge. They were taken by the patrolman. . . S. Franken of Roscoe won the Class B 16 yard shoot at the Lincoln County Wildlife club range at North Platte with a 21-25. A pheasant warmup shoot is scheduled for Sunday... Shooting a total of 99 birds In four days brought fines of J200 each plus a total of S60 costs to four Wisconsin pheasant hunters. BLOWNS HORN. My good friend Ken Scofleld of Neligh, who lost himself In the Canadian woods last summer for three weeks, toots a big blast for the Antelope County Wildlife club In the following piece: The Antelope County Wildlife club, an organization of sportsmen formed last spring, now has a paid membership of nearly 200. During the progress of a field day held at Lornzen's cutoff under the club's sponsorship BOWL FOR HEALTH I Plenty of Open Alleys Every Afternoon Free Instruction For Beginners ROSEWILDE 1126 P St. 2-7850 about sis weeks ago. It was agreed that an effort would be made to ralae the water level of the cut-off thla fait As a result, KJven Butterfleld, Neligh, chairman of the club, has requetsed members be present Sunday with a spade or shovel to assist In the construe tlon of a dam at tha eaat and of the cut-oft Several teams ot horses will be used In building the dam and It is thought that another foot or two of water can be added to the depth of the entire lake which is now about on' and three-quarters of a mils long and about ISO foot average width. It la an Ideal boating, swimming and fishing take, and In August about 600 persons at tended the sports porgrara oa the grounds. Con testa such as trap shooting, bait casting, motorboat racing and canoe racing were Indulged in and many out of town sportsmen attended. Sunday a blue-rock shoot will be held on the grounds to give pheasant and duck hunters an opportunity to "Umber up the old eye" before the season opens on ths 16th. as well as to lend a hand In Improving this populsr rec-restion grounds. The place Is being considered for purchase by the state thru the Nebraska Cams and Fish commission. COOD EXERCISE. Three 8cottsbluff cltv servsnta. Police Inspector Cecil RhoarJea and Firemen Lee Shlnlry and Clayton Sample, spent moat of an entire) day building a duck bMnd on a North Platte river Island. The Job was done by nightfall. Then somebody told them their lslsnd was part of the Scotta Bluff national monument's game preserve on which no hunting la permitted. Durchard wins fifth BUR CHARD. Neb Burrharrl made it five Straight FXHav after. noon by defeating Liberty high, school, 8 to 2, on the Liberty diamond. Louis Lawson got a double and three alneles In four times at bat Bun-hard JflJ oil 1 S 19 I Liberty 100 100 0 S I Battertea: Acton and FahlalMr; T. DouKherty and Rapsr. REG. $15.00 FINGER - TIP TOPCOATS 13.95 Virgin Wool Leather Buttons VRayon Lined Pre-Shrnnk Water Repellent ' For ytour health, comfort and convenience . . . you'll swear by this all-occasion Jut topcoat. New finger - tip length, well tailored of ''pure Virgin Wool. It's spot, stain and perspiration resistant In tan only. 36 to 42. Leather JACKETS $10.95! mm nr VsUUE 7.95 Men's suede leather Jackets with full zipper fastening. Rayon lined . . . semi-belted back. Side fasteners for perfect fit. Brown only. Sizes 36 to 42. STREET FLOOR Jlwlqo&Qucniel Co. Reed a ' todbcco w Tea High Indivldaals. v IIS So. It GEO. R. LEMON asp Stovie 118i Darren U9

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