Sterling Daily Gazette from Sterling, Illinois on October 24, 1941 · Page 10
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Sterling, Illinois
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Friday, October 24, 1941
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T«n DAILY QAZBTTB. sf mtwo. ILLINOIS infill Threatens intensive Damage To Corn, Soybeans losses Small as Yet; Sub-Soil and Pasture Conditions Improved SPRINGFIELD. TLL - <.AP< Continuation of the unususli" •*•»' j weather of the past three T.-eeks over! a large portion of lllmoi.« could rame "heavy" darnase to corn and sov- b*tn.«. s federal crop expert said Thunwiav. A. J. Surratt. Illinois rrop st*Hs- tlciftn- for the federal department of agriculture. said the October rainfall which has amounted to more than 10 inches in most of the area encompassed by a line connecting Chicago. Rock Island. East St. Louis and Champaign has resulted in con- Bldtmble damage and inconvenience to farmer)!. "The recent rains in this area." Burratt said, "has lowered the quality of corn and soybeans. However, quality could Improve considerably with dry weather nnd breezes." The statistician said that despite reports of heavy rain damage to many local field*, there has been AnJy a "moderate" loss of yield to date, corn suffering more damage than soybeans. "Some fields of corn have been badly blown down." he said, "and there have been numerous reports of fallen ears and those which have not "hung over" on the stalks sprouting at the shanks. Earthworm damage is worse than usual, and there are instances of mold and rot In the wet areas. In the main, however, there has not been serious spoilage." Harrewting Impeded Burratt said damage both to beans FrMay, October 24, 1941 Sport News Covering Local and National Items of Interest Sterling and Dixon Will Shoo! Works In Battle Tonight Both Tedms Primed to Give Their All for Conference Victory Conference Title at Stake in Tampico and Prophetstown Game Prophet v!A»-n h:eh is meeting Krir in a TTO Riv^r.* conference usm*" at this afternoon. It t.< the final football game of the ffffon for bot If the Prophet."; win they have th* (onfrreprr t-.;]p t away with a r>an Maif for the '-or. If they lo«e 'n Erie It. w il mean a. tie between the Prophet. and Tampico Prophet.Mown defeated Anna wan iO to 20; Tampico. 41 to 10. and Por Bvron, 5fi to 6 in conference game and defeated Fiiltnn. 20 to S, and 19 to 6. in non-roii'ererue til!. 1 ; SPORT NOTES at 6 30 Season Record* Sterling 7. Rock Falls 25. Sterling 0. Communitv 7. Sterling 7. Menriota fi. Sterling 13. Belvirlere 0 Sterling 19 Princeton 7. Dixon S, Oregon 13. Dixon 9. East. Rock ford 12. Dixon 0. De Kalb 21. Dixon 6. Mendota 0. Dixon 18. Belvldere 8. j . . I The sun Tonight Is homecoming night for *• m - Br| d s 8. H S. It is the big rlassic foot- — ball game between Sterling and Dix- Tonight's the night. Sterling vs. on. If* a North Central Illinois|1 xon at the stadium Local fan* conference session, and Is also the i could hardly ask for a better football final home game of the season, dish. The frosh-soph teams meet Everything points to a capacity j «t 6:30 and the varsity at 8:15. crowd. The frosh-soph teams of) — the two .schools meet at 6:30 and Other games of Interest tonight the varsity teams oclllde at 8:15. 'an. Polo at Rock Falls. Mendota at Both teams have played five games i Princeton, De Kalb at Belvldere Roth is season. Sterling has won three chelle at Morrison and Oregon at rises Saturday * *t "'-08 p. m. and lost two. while Dixon hws won two and lost thre*. By comparative scores Dixon has the edge on Sterling In playing Belvidere and Men Amboy. dota. what that will . .. when the team* meet tonight and corn thus far quality mther th*n had been In in yield and added that moisture content of both would be reduced rapidly with dry .weather. Wetn«u of fleldfi has hampered the harvest, preventing the u&e of mechanical corn pickers and bean combines in many fields, he said. "«ddinf that a dry »pe)l would clear HP ttoic situation. to*»y. These two teanw always put Community high does not play Corpus Christ! of Oalesburg this mean i weekend as per schedule. I.IP Galex- hard i burg school is playing fight-man ' up a thriller and prove no exception. tonight should Sterling, defending champion of the North Central Illinois confer- eice. must win tonight to remain in the running. football Instead of the regulation 11-man brand and the game was called off. Tarvin rolled 207-561 to Jead the members of the Frunta Mfg. com- '"• On the other hand, the unusually haary rainfall had it* bright side in greatly improving the sub-soil mols- -ture conditions and relieving a crit- ' '-teal shortage in some areas. Many long-dry wells are becoming productive, he said, and the stock water ..situation has been Immeasurably Improved except in. the south part ' of the state which received com- ,paratively little precloltation. The n,ln has oenentted pastures, a valuable factor to stock raisers - and dairymen. Burratt said the^raln had held up „ wheat seeding. buOwHed that the wetness of the soil would compen- aate for late planting, bringing about luch quicker germination of wheat than during the past two dry He saW that winter -wheat planted early was up to a good stand in most areas. damage in Illinols has been r JMKUgtbto thus far, none being re•> Sorted in the southern two-thirds of thasu wise Sterling would like to drop Dixon further down the line. There are still plenty of good seats left in the big stadium. In fact every seat afford* a clear view of the field. Dixon has ordered a large number of tickets and will have a big crowd of rooters. The officiating will be handled by Ed Duncan of De Kalb. E. M. Cole of Princeton, and Noel Moaner of Walnut. - tlon Janes Thursday night. Klocke OOW/I ing Schedule 21 Games For Sterling High Basketball Team Open Season in New Rock Falls High Gym On Night of Nov. 28 again.'.! one of the cnrrrnt ' Big Foxir" teams, North«T*ff>rn. . . But the Hkwsiers mu«t hnrtllr Wi.sron- *in fisturdav. . . Tom FsrrJ-; will captain the Badcer* for thr *?fond ttrnf thi< s^ft'on in thL«; Football Technique Today: Pass Catching Coach Curtis Brsnda'i has announced a 21-game schedule for his R H S 1941-42 ba.skeibfil! K H. «n be flJl By Don Hut?on 'Green Bay All-League End> Since I have had more success the offensive side of football play I'll try to tf-1! you some- about. pass cntrhliiR. Funda• "* " <*"'"."»• Tllp J.M,-I a K rcat deal to snapped back from Chicago Bears Work Long Hours to Keep Record Untarnished By Tom Silrr CHICAGO - -AP>- The Chi^eo Bears are hailed 0:1 all MC>.- ?.* ib,r ei'eatest roilec t inn of pip,-, rr' »>•. rr a.s.'-ejTibled. b T it The pro football champions, arer.'t !;M'-, T ;int They ETO^V !f>,<.s merciful ••*!'!•. each passlnp: week, became of mortal i (treat piav : prior manpower should turn the .tide toward Navy just as it did in ithe Cornel) game. N*vy. • Army-Columbia: Earl' Blsik h*s Point This Army team is shoroimh- !v workmanlike. Dartmouth, fin- . blind ft<; thr partisan f opt tin 1! fun, ili not srr " Irving Jaffer. the speed skater, will spcflk sit (!>?> convention of tri National Dunking assoclrtloji on the rrnthm acquired from dunktne. . hut so Is Colum-JNow tn strt .Inhnnv Wcis^nvrlrr fft bia«ndthel.iomhaveplBVerltouRh-lri 1 |.:ter memhrt . to talk on '• Pmker Purely a Rue.v. co- er opposition lumbia. Notre Dame-Illlnols the TrtMi -Mii trip MrmRS ' vl!i! P,i:t. thi-. (oi Notre I>nrne ty Of t .ssourl lineup. j, 0 dread of an up.'et which drive/- them ! Thp nocl extremely, hesitant, goes on to harde'r work and more vren-j'° Mtvawrl. nous preparation."- for eterv name : Wisroiv-m-Indiana: Tnkine In- The POMPT. fierepiion and \ ^« Thp Swim." . . .Hrnmy H^nriv. ^ ho«.e new horkey Ruide *rxvn will hr off thfl Iike,p,- Psv en ]d nrnrjy everv ropv of the I ftin.ic ; bock lie shipped to Canada last u in*"" ter and wound up $2f>0 m the liolf* .il'rr panne all thr> tnxe-; . . The jiu or the goods; the latest story is tha' he mn\ turn up In the Dodgers'* mfirld. ^d at a Inter date renter, and I start down the field In 1 - zrsrs^v^J£& t . J s% U^^/Sr"! dl ^"°" of the goal line. If a man's wind is Rood, he can \ou see ca( h Sunday isn't anv accident, nor ran it be traced 'o ani nil-star .^q'iiid O« ner-Coa/ h Cirorce s. Line Coach Hunk Anderson. Conch Luke Johnsos Bark- diana with full knowledge' that in- and-out Wisconsin can make an\ Purdue-Iowa: Probably cla^e pur- due California - Southern California: field Coach Paddy Onsroll drill thej C> " rvk nufl > • • C*Hfornin. plavers three hours five moniiisl V - c lj A. -Oregon: Looks safe I.AR<Ji;ST RAM H IN I . S. The King F^nnch in Trxos. is sal to !>r thr bi8Rf-.<-t ranch in 'he United State.*. It f-overs an nr^a one- thirrl the .M?O of the Mate n( Dcla-' ware, or 1.000.000 ncrcs. moniines each nerk. In addition, th.;ee niRhts a week a skull se.w-ion i.s heM for the players. Sickness alone will ex- Clinton. East Mollne 1 . Boone and Waverly. la.. E«st »ndi m .v " ,"" hrtn w»«» nrwirr^^t .„.» n ,1 ^tr—j-..^ in™*? a touchdown. We*t Rockford and Peoria Woodruff The North Central Illinois confer-' ,T", „. . \" OU *"-* M ence earner .r» *i.h ™»« n ru, tr.m self ou{ of th(> picture Seriously though, and putting my- nce gmmw are with Dixon, De Kalb. Princeton and Mendota The complete schedule: Nov. 28-8terling at Rock Falls. Nov. 29—Preeport at Sterling. Dec. 2—Sterling at Clinton. Dec. 5~-8terling at Oalesburg. Dec. 9— Community at Sterling. Dec. 12—Dixon »t Sterling, Dec. 1»— EaM Moline at Sterling. Dec. 19—Sterling at Princeton. Deo. 2»--Boone. la., at Sterling. Dec. 30—Sterling at Waverly. la. Jan. 9-Sterling at Mendota. as much as possible, a good forward pass receiver must have exceptional body co-ordination. Speed also Is essential, and along with It a sense of timing that I couldn't tell anyone jho»- to acquire. A'man either has It. or he hasn't. If he hasn't he never will be an outstanding receiver of forward pa.vscs. I guess everyone knows that a pass receiver should be tall, and he must have good hands. By that I mean jhls hands must be big enough to grasp the ball when it comes within Halas and his stflfT meet the other nishts to smooth out. their game plans. Anderson and Johnsos work out the defeiw formations and _ -- -- , r>- r —...» ....^... *t ^.VIIK\.O TY1LI1IJI Jan. 10—8terling at East Rockford.j reach. Also, it Is no Job for a man ,wlth poor e>-esight. The pass recelv- Feb. 2—Princeton at Sterling. Feb. S—Open. Feb'. 13—Mendota at Sterling. Feb. ]»—Rock Falla at Sterling. Feb. 20-8terling at De Kalb. Feb. 27—West Rockford at Ing. Ster- Big Ten Grid Notes wnuc MILL Coet Department— T. Bowman Dillon Dewey J. Bowman Brandon Handicap 164 103 190 140 118 23 148 122 132 127 127 23 164— 476 M- 113 1S2— 464 118—363 16*- 413 23— 69 Money Aid lo Russia To Be Asked in Wake Of Lease-Lend Totals 738 8t8 711—2118 Steel Plant Corrigan Nordman Laurence Ahearburne 151 116 116 114 149 120 144 124 164- 464 136- 3«3 114— 374 143— 381 By Dave Hoff CHICAGO— rAP)— The WABHINOTONT — (AP) — Ben. Adams (D-Colo) told the sen- yesterday in explaining the ad- art's $5.9*8.000.000 lease bill, that congress could expect 'later requests for funds to aid Rus- toid his colleagues that •vhlk extension of credit to the 8^rviets was hot contemplated, in '.tha pending measure, there was no ^Nstrictlon on such action. But since iJtoeatlons had been made, he said yctjuests for financial aid to Rui< ,gte probably would entail further fppropriatloru. ^««nator Vandenberg (R-sfkh> •sted Adams whether he felt there were "any economic and fiscal limits which we cannot go" in fl- r the production of war raa« for nations fighting Oer- Totals 630 656 683—1969 Drawing Department— Cobb 152 123 Iftl— 375 Bell IJ8 133 i»_ 400 Anderson 93 93 93— 279 Jones 135 133 163— 430 Redding 149 164 188— Ml Totals 667 844 674—1988 Hardware doth— ^ was runnerup with 203-538. Bruggeman rolled 196-522. In the Wire Mill league Bressler roHed 200-559 and Redding. 188-501. Twenty seniors will be appearing at the stadium tonight for the last time in a high .school footba.ll game. The remaining two games with De Kalb and Clinton will be played on the home gridirons of the above named teams. Seniors are: Co- Capts. E. Nelson a '. H. Woodyatt, N. Zigler, D. Leonard. D. Dahlgren, C. Miller, J. Gould. H. Riser. W. Prledricha. K. Hunsberger. R. Roster, 'O. Hunsberger, M. Shuman, E. Browne. R. Woodyatt, Lansford. L. Gould, J. Foy. R. FJjjjsX and R. Hulls. Standlee^Top Punter With 63-Yd. Average CHICAGO — (AP> — The Chicago Bears, who have punted only 10 times this season because they usually run the ball into the other fellow's territory, "nave called on Norm fttandlee to do the Job twice, and he's compiled the best average in the National football league. The former Stanford star has av- rjgd «J_y«rds ft* his two boot*.. __. -_ —... .. roppThg Kay Bakin of the New ™«y *rll beeomeTTuiwui might play ,*"• ,5~E^ ^* lb Bt 8t * rl 'nR- | ,™» ^™,«,». i.. c ,».o 9 rreejv- Jan. 17-8t<rllng at Peoria Wood-Jer must develop the knack of seeing. " n - or sensing, the opposition while keeping his attention on the hall. A change of pace helps, both before nnd after catching the ball. Jan. 23—Sterling at Dixon. Jan. 2*~stfrling at Community. Jan. TO—Open. Illini Fighting are cousins to Steve Ju*wik Arthur Smith Pettit 0-Brten Brevier Handicap M TI 145 97 300 7 M 142 M Iff 7 388 78— 213 lit— 408 131— 308 171—5ft8 7- 31 Totals 816 «3 «5t— 1MM FRANTK MTG. CO. Spotters- Hater 179 Black _iai Prestin ill MeNinch iu Dieckmann 139 Handicap 44 17) 133— 4M 165 151— 437 197 131 IU •44 104— 359 139—|« 138—407 113 York* Giants to second place. Eakin's aeven kicks have averaged 51 yards. Byron White of Detroit la leading in punt returns with 11. but his average of 10 yards a try is exceeded by Lew Brock of Green Bay with IU yards in nine tries and Dick Todd of Washington with 13.4 yards in eight returns. Ward Cuff of the Giants. Danny Portmann of the Chicago Bean and Art Jones of Pittsburgh lead in pass interceptions with three each, but Cuff far excodes the other two in the amount of damage he has been able to cause with hU snaring. He has returned for a total of 109 yards to seven yards for Portmann and six for Jones. of the Fighting Irish. They allowed him to slip past their outstretched hands for two touchdowns last year when Notre Dame beat Illinois. 26-0. So Steve.-Who is Travihg another pretty good year this season, Is looking forward to Saturday's game at South Bend. Juzwlk so impressed Bob Zuppke of Illinois last year that the Dutchman put him on a par with Tom Harmon of *lichi«an. This year Steve is Notre Dame's leading scorer wtih 39 points and has carried the ball 41 timea for total gains of 1S4 yards. If Saturday's fame re- a passing duel, which At all times, the receiver must be careful not to give the play away. It U necessary. < course, that the receiver should know something about the defensive setup confronting him. Here the mind enters Into the picture. Outguessing the opposition is an important; factor. The receiver also should be familiar with the field before making the catch. Then, when he has the ball, he can continue without break- Ing his stride. Tomorrow: Tackle play Three Tied for Lead In Billiards Tourney Hnla* and Drlsroll are r for offensive tactics, old and new. On Friday afternoons the coaches meet with Quarterbacks Sid Lnck- man and Young Bussey to review plan* for the next game. Certain plnvs are tabooed for that particular fjame and others are stressed as more likely to work. Each Tuesday even- player mast (five Hala.s a written report of his opponent'* av>lgnment«. on offense and defense. Failure to do so brings an automatic fine of 110. one of many levied for shortcomings. for Oieuon. State-Oregon State: Like Oregon State. Pitt-Duke: More woe for the Panthers. Duke. Yale-Dartmouth: Look* like a free -scoring affair. O\it-of the hat, Dartmouth. Oklahoma -SanU Clara: Santa Clara but not by much. Kansas-Iowa State: Taking Iowa State. Roundup of Sports Barker's Selections PHILADELPHIA — <AP) — De» fending Champion Willie Mosconl and his chief challenger. Ralph Greenleaf, can break up a three-way tie for first place by winning tonight In the world's pocket billiards championship tourney. Mosconi, Greenleaf and Krwln Rudolph now are in\a triple deadlock for the top rung. Each have won three games in as many start*. Mosconi and Greenleaf are scheduled By Herb Barker NEW YORK — «AP»-Taking the customary wild swing at the week's football flate: Michigan-Minnesota: The game of the week, maybe of the season. Both undefeated, both untied, both top- ranking outfits. Michigan's feat in toppling Northwestern eclipses anything the Gophers have done so far. Bob We*tfall and Tom Kuzma give Michigan plenty of punch and there'* nothing wrong with the defers* to date, still the habit of victory is strong at Minnesota and is the football gucsser's, habit of picking the Gophers to win. Accordingly. Minnesota but those Montgomery to Fight Totals, 736 801 88&-3313 apatd sting— Th* senator knows that I think •a added that he was -very appre. heturtv" o/ mounting expenditures, •dding that "disturbance* may not as 18% 180 Klocke 151 303 Bhang 144 148 replied! Bryggcman 1M_18Q 181-488 184—638 148- 438 rf the biff, houw bill was taken for crant- m tt» exact .anount asked by Moosevait Adams did tell however, he doubted that JUCh a sust was Justified at this Tsnln , ,, .. SenatorTaft (R-Ohio) cjrnkifad the amount ln\-oiv«d and •toptorad what he saki was the £W»nk chaek" poiicy to bt estab- H*b«d by saaking 81.87S.080.080 avail. gUe in «M category for the pur- '* fc "~ 9t «fricultural. industrial and Top Cool Ordtr to Williamson Co. Totals Champs— Conctt Wolf , Retman Weak Btenos Handicap Totals Philttstr- Poulds Adams Wottsr Miner Hams Totals Hurtiers- lifoOinn 183 907 181— 581 8M 808 788—3M7 148 189 157 88 158 38 in iu 148 138 130 38 471 138-r- 481 143- '448 94—319 141—431 TO 715 880-3304 CHICAGO — <AP)-Bob Montgomery, Philadelphia Negro lightweight contender, will risk his record of H consecutive victories tonight against Julie Karon of New Haven, Conn, in a fight billed for 10 rounds. Montgomery scored an eighUround decision over JCosjou 10 months ago. Montgomery's latest victim was Davey Day, whom Bob knocked out in the flnt round Oct. 10. The Philadelphia slugger was expected to weigh about 137 1-3 tonight, with Kogon at 134. Thirty-four legislaton of the United BUtee died during the two- year period between 1038 and 1840: six were senators and 98 were a prominent part along with his teammate Angelo Bertelli. Re has snared eight passes so far. all of them thrown by Bertelli, for 165 yards. The Wildcat-Buckeye game at Columbus may turn out to be a meeting of teams without their major stars. . . With Jack Graf of Ohio State already sidelined with an injury. Bill De Correvont of Northwestern went to the hospital yesterday with a slight touch of flu and his chances of play ing were uncertain. , . Johnny Hallabrln, being groomed for Grafs job at Ohio, also went to the bench yesterday as a result of an injured ankle. Minnesota and Michigan, on the other hand, have their teams in good shape. . . The Gophers, particularly, are sure of using Capt. Bruce Smith *** •&*-••*-•* •0-yard mn to beat the Wolvertnea last year. 7-4. . . The Wolverines are avoiding contact work to prevent injuries, and anyway they want to brush up on their passes, which.served them so well against Northwestern last The Purdue-Iowa game stacks up as a fair match of teams using the same speed attack, with Bill Green of the Hawkeyea against John Petty of the Boilermakers, ,. oreen has avwaged bet Ur than four yarcbT from scrimmage, while Petty was the Purdue standout against Ohio state with two touchdowns. —y Indiana points to the fact that despite three tosses in four games U still might be a threat for the Big Ten title. >; . None of those first tilts were with confeteaee foot, add of the Baker, respectively, tonight while Rudolph is idle. Greenleaf, 17-time winner of the title, took an easy 125 to 40 victory over Cranfleld yesterday while Mos- conl turned back Baker. 125 to 66. Rudolph kept pace by trouncing George Kelly. 1J5 to 63. Don Tozer sprang a surprise by defeating Andrew Ponzi. 125 to 107. for his first victory in four matches. Irving Crane beat Joe Procita. 125 to 84, in the other match of the day. Gopher cripples had better be in shape. Alabama-Georgia: A tough guess: Georgia's a constant threat while Frank Slnkwich is in there pitch- Ing or running. Alabama, after a shaky start, seems ready to roil somewhere closer to the standard predicted for the Tide in pre -season forecasts. The coin spins . . .Alabama. Ford ham-Texas Christian: The loss of Kyle Glllesple was a terrific blow to Christian. Taking Fordham. make this guess on the basl* of a fast, or heavy, track. Stanford doesn't like rain as witness the Oregon State defeat. Counting on cooperation from the weather man, Stanford. Texas-Rice: Doubt if anyone's go-' ing to stop the Texas juggernaut. Texas. Ohio State-Northwestern: Maybe this Is where Ohio State gets off. Not too confidently, Northwestern. Tulane-Mississippi: Two good Southeastern conference teams, and __ . one of them. Tulane, may be great The tortoise-shell is the longest Subject to revision. Tulane. - of all butterflies, living for Harvard-Navy: Another real test By Hugh Fvillerton. Jr. NEW YORK — ( Special) - While Georgia's football tub-thumper was around town last week with a mournful tale of ho' Prankie Slnk- wich was subsisting on a liquid diet, n reporter walked Into the team's training quartera and found Prankie working his way through a veal cutlet. . . Ben Jones Li going to unveil a half-brother to Whlrlaway in California thLi winter. . . The colt, named Dust By, will become a two-year- old in January. Minneapolis bookies are giving away six points to get bcU on Michigan against the Go- ph»rs. Bill Meyer of Kansas City may be the exception to the Yankees' rule never to keep a minor league manager with one club for more than three seasons. . . Ht. wants to stay and the folks In Kansas City Jlke him... Virgil CFlret Trucks, who returns to Detroit next year after a season with Buffalo, is working as a night switchman in a Birmingham railroad yard during the off- season. . . During 70 games played last summer in the Trenton (N. J.) Interstate league park, not one player was able to soctr a horn - er over the fence. Today's Gaest Star Ralph Stahlnecker. Easton (Pa.) Free Press: "One can look without seeing, as in dense darkness. One can see without looking, as in ail lightning flash. But there is none so I "I OWN MY OWN TRUCK MOW-BEMUSE Northern Illinois finance ad-! vanced me a Personal Loan with! which to buy It." Finance your I way to a better Income, and pay! back your loan from your earn-j ings, weekly or monthly. 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