The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on December 17, 1946 · Page 14
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 14

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mi i im oi si iii m i nu ii 1 7, in tn Bible Gives Hope If M fOOfftlff I I I I - - - : III shin A IB I i St. Mary's Faces Scarlet OLOHFI L U IELS IIS wvst in shi ns: 11 R f Iff Kf Hi WOll ( O V StDELiSEB Wesleyan To Travel o ML JH ! r, t - bteek OU "aul Shi.ldt UM nubbins and Norfolk Junior Wyoming Monday eve, the Gaels need a victory to level their seasonal mark to three Tht cast crew has toppled th - Hawaii All - Stars, 64 - 27 j and the California Aggies. 45 - 34. while losing to the Oakland Blttners, 37 - 57, and California U.. 45 - 56. Like the Huskers, the Gaels arc Jui1 cmeigu - g from the usual eatlv season ragged. Mcnnn A Moot Madl center. Ron Livingston, is the top villain In the St. 1.o s vo'iin;' d am.. lie li tided bi Jock Had, top CM ICWtf in 1945 uith IU pC nits im 15 games. Hu.skcr stock dropped several niches Tuesday morning with innouncoment that Rod Cox, regular forward, will be beruhed bv a sprained ankle. The ex - Lincoln high star wdl be replaced by Paul Shields. IfoatFOVUL Ind ., offensive find of the all - Big Six tourney. After piling up 181 points in sweeping home games with South Dakota U., Ottumwa Navy and Drake, tht HuskOCT finished the Kansas Citv tournament with ll - p.mt loMCI to Oklahoma and Arkansas and a victory over Iowa State. Kven in losing, however, the liu.skers nasnea enougn pror mid - se happ all Foe? j otic Director A. I Collegia! Ath i Monday night I lichigan StaL. Illino Double Main Event! WRESTLE Both Bouts To A Finish! Wed., Dec. 18 John Pesek Ken Fenelon Jack Conley Dan Plechas Ahol Other tfui FREEMAN SK'J Stansbury Tops List . . . i ill S oriiM, in (.1 oi;. HIULM Dick Stansburv of Trnrhnr I' t mi a his place at the head ol tne local high school stormy parade with 48 points in four I H tutor botshot got 17 on Monday, the high individual to'al restored thus lar. Lincoln's tall pivot man Bob Pierce is in second spot with 37 tallies in three games while another Links performer, Dick Means, ranks third with 24 points. DAMS MM Kill Big Fritz Davis of Northeast is next in line with 23 points in two names and is followed by Bob Good of Lincoln who lumped into fifth place alter being far down the lift last week Ted Hornby and Jerrv BtTM Cottage Vic - i, iders, hold down points : e pe tivel;, . five leaehers plavers are included on the list of the 15 high scorers, with four Lincoln men, three from Northeast and three from College View completing the group. The 15 high scorers Stansburjr. Teacheri 7 ia IT Whiz Kids Bow, 55 - 50 Smith Mellow Steel game captain Tuesday nlqht aqalntt St. Mary', of Calilornla. (Staff Photo by Charlet Edholm.) Cpoom Tat ii 111 Clowns Aaiin III SCHOOL SCORES the Im nans bv a 49 - 31 score. Coach Bus Knight will be without one of the starters that opened against Omaha. Lloyd Johnson underwent an appendectomy earl this week and will be out of action tor pom time. Against DOMM, K.aruis N9 will fill the vacancy left by Johnson. PtObftllt Lineup. The probftbfc Parting lineui) for tlM We hyan club is as follows: Kan Mern Mid Vaughn Fulton, forwards; Cliff Squire center, W , . Cull and Francis Paap. guards. The game with Doane will ne the last pre - holiday tilt for the Wesleyan players. The Plainsmen gridders, several of whom are on the cage squad, have a Jan. 1 football bowl date in Oklahoma City in the Will Rogers Bowl. This post - season grid game will not interfeie with the court activities the grid squad will be back before the Plainsmen return to basketball wars after the holiday Dodger BROOKLYN OK(. FARM CU If MERE; (By a Star Sport Staff Member) An announcement by A. Schim - mell, Lincoln franchise holder, 1 that the Brooklyn Dodgers have promised aid to the Lincoln entry I in the Western League appar - C.ipital Citv l.ms .rganizea basenaii n Lincoln had been 1 ' doubtful entrv in the ttmonta. head of the Dodder farm system, stating that the , , Brooklyn organization wanted I place a team in Lincoln was eived bySchimmelL Sioux oSBobHsll Hnehs end "y basketball game at the MjjS' J " o - o o o ffiRg' jm'c ifmkSt Ifliln J Schimmell said. "Our local Ioe M;'the. - , representing the St. other linal matches., it: 8chmid g 53. south okou. m. committee has also made progress L - ouis Cardinals. . .,. rot - is u?TMa 10 snrr JtucoV3Llc ' V 30 3' i hurvh hmmgmm The Firing Line; Bv orris Anderson j - v ' FOR ,T""LWAY$ I00U mto the face of the htii - e c oclc f urinff the last minutes, vou W ' P l - ' J 1 v to SHE eall UANtOLtQ y vf ' ' i Team Offers Aid l IIO TO PLACE?! T1 N, rUNDS " Ml I SLATED meeting Tuesday were J. L Hall, Des Moines and Charles Cough - lin, Denver, members of the constitutional committee. Among plans to be presented by this committed il a regulation against gambling in all ball parks and a tj(' - 4() split of the t Representatives ex on hand for the meetii tel Cornhusker are S president of the i Dt'ir ft Moines, jacK snt nan oi u.e u - n Is which will be held Tuesday ' " cago Cubs: O Neal Hobbs Pueblo, night oliowing the Nebraska - St. ! u. t . '. i! V. :. '. l i l SSTaLf Si' p - m - aU 01 wt8fn Imramiiral Un ) inals Follow (nine So many ; m 1 i So. to get WW don't sa on. ." i f hu i. w,'h ratui atai wai veterans, married men, freshmen and so on. it was a rough one for MM coaches. Some d, I .. MT tl seemed that Mfttf missed the N'ebraska po - .t (1iu mg his years in the LOOS Star ftatt, "We have many colleges m Texas and interest U divided," he said. "In Nsbiatkl pOU can travel several miles from Lincoln during the tOOtbsll season and any farmer uili ...k. dhnv are we going to com out today.' and they matt by are the University of Nebraska football team." Bible sounded wani ng note in regard to the scramble for TH Squad Takes Win . . . Out f uthvr Teacher College Kh Sc ! Dick Stantbury lad U i hitoi while Die OdeU rat the 'big ( : noise for the visitors as lie ger - , aarad II aawkan k Coach Allen Zikmund's crew ; held a 10 - 11 halftone Lead and , weathered a last quarter rally by k Luther to take the game, j Game Captain Bovd Palmer pjrned la i aood Ooot pum Rat the Teachers quintet to back up j 1 Stansbury 's scoring efforts. The more people are asking for Budweiser today that if you don t ask for your share, somebody else will. The world's largest brewery is working at full capacity to supply you with the most popular beer the world has ever known. your share. ,y beer, say tiss served a Earl Clme. L former regen to the group. Twin Action To i oiiiposc Iain EveMl prOUB K M pi omo'er Adam KriSf - ; i mm iwa noun as rot mam event plus a single pntiRL The return of John Pesek I be 'he feature of the doublehea ' - ed ittm tiOfl The old master Will tangle with Ken Fenelon. FOfMlOn last week was the victor in the I rt tk royaL Jack Conlev sad Dai P'.e. M meet in the other mail! event clash. The prelim to this double - barrelled feature is a match between Joe Duvek. the rowdv from Omaha, and Ivan Mikaloff, the Mad Ryaalan The atatfl ever' skirmishes irlU COLLEGE RESULTS

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