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Beatrice Daily Sun (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Beatrice, Nebraska Western Rolls past Jameston Brueggemann s 28 Points Pace 89-53 decision Western a Jim Bruegge Mann went on a sewing spree saturday night to Lead Western to an 89-53 decision Over Barnes on. Bruegge maim a 5-10 Junior who has already won two basketball awards handed coach Sam Bell a 28-Point production. The All conference Ace from last season had Western nursing a 3-Point Edge at the end of the first Quarter but then broke Loose to Pace the indians to a 47-27 halftime bulge. Three other tribesmen broke into the double figures. Junior Chuck Compton contributed 15, Junior Doug Wahl la and Denny Bartels 6-2 senior added to. For Jameston coach John Schultze got a 15-Point output by Wayne Weyer and 9 from Doug Weyer. Bare Stone Stop scorer Gall Searcey got 12. Via quarters Western. 26 27 22 26�?81 Jameston. 17 it 7 lf�?5k Beatrice on Road at Fremont unbeaten tangle Odell to Sterling Dewitt at Western Beatrice daily Sun Beatrice nebr., Mon. The dec. 20, 1965 3 huskers May witness two drills today Tempe aril. Apr Nebr kans Orange bowl bound football team May wind up training with two drills monday. The squad worked out lightly under a Bright Sun sunday then bypassed a second practice. Head coach Bob Devaney appeared a pretty Well satisfied with Progress of his team in training for the new years night game with Alabama at Miami fla., a spokesman said. The Cor Husker players went to Church and Devaney decided that following the afternoon workout with one at night would run the drills too close. Whether they work out tuesday before flying Back Home a depends on How the players look monday night a the spokesman said. Backs Frank Solich and Harry Wilson still were slowed by minor leg injuries but the a Quad was believed in near perfect physical shape. By Al Riddington sports editor daily Sun the mad scramble is on this week As prepster throughout the daily Sun area go after victories to pad Marks before the Christmas vacation Lull. Beatrice High after dropping its first loss of the season Friday night travels to Fremont tuesday night for a clash with the tigers. The Jake Hawley Moe Gardner bus cagers launched the season by upsetting Lincoln Southeast and then nipped Fairbury. After the Fremont trip the orangemen prepare for the twin Rivers conference Holt Day tournament. Beatrice As a member of the West division and Nebraska City East were Given first round byes. Opening action is dec. 27 with Fairbury and Crete meeting at Crete and Plattsmouth playing at Falls City. Dec. 28, Beatrice will play the Crete Fairbury Winner at 8 of clock on the winners floor and Nebraska City takes on the East Winner on the winners court. The East and West champs then clash dec. So at 8 o clock. The game will be played on the West division representative s Coart the Ravens of Beatrice so have wrapped up pre Holiday play with two consecutive vie tories and now await the annual Munecas tournament although there is a Heap of action tuesday night the spot Light will shift to two locations a Sterling and Western. Four unbeaten tee action and two win emerge who a perfect Mark for the Holiday. Unbeaten to clash tuesday night involve Sterling Western Oden and Dewitt the w nning est team of the area the Dewitt pan thers pm Ace a 5-0 Mark on the line at Western against the indians 4-0 . Odell travels to Sterling each team is 441. To fear of the current beaten dubs will after tuesday night Start preparing tor the Munecas Here Jan. 2-8. Tuesday night loser will get a crack at revenge in the Munecas. The no. I class c team of the area Jack Johnson a Pawnee City indians Are Idle until after Christmas at which Tiane he places a 5-0 Mark on the line in these Border a copy a tournament at fails City. Other than the two games Between unbeaten tuesday night finds the up and coming Adam hornets a Young Ball club with Only two seniors taking on Tecumseh at Home in another feature game. The Elk Creek Antlers Are through with action until tier the Holiday but then they see a Heap of play. Dec. 27-28-29 the Antlers enter the table invitational and then Here for the Sudec Roll at 72-48 Dewitt grabs 5th win Dorchester a Bob Alderson unbeaten Dewitt panthers pulled away from Dorchester in the third Quarter saturday night and then went on to thump the longhorns 75-51. Steve Jarchow and Rick Jahnke led the attack which resulted to Dewitt fifth Victory in As Many starts. Jarchow piled up 20 Pon s and Jahnke followed with 19. Gerald Chrastil and Martin Yost each added 9. Jahnke was credited with 15 rebounds. D ate Feeken led the longhorns with 18. Dewitt now prepares for a trip to Western tuesday night. Via quarters Dewitt. Is 16 of 22�?75 Dorchester. 17 is is 6-51 Rock come As. The titans of Norris after suffering their first defeat of the season to Sterling next see action in the Waverly invitational dec. 29-31. Lewiston Daykin Douglas and numerous other clubs now wait until the Munecas. The tuesday night slate follows tuesday night Home team visitor Fremont. Beatrice Sterling. Odell Western. Dewitt Adam. Tecumseh Diller. Plymouth Holmesville. Jameston Dorchester. Milligan Elmwood. Palmyra Nebraska City. Ashland table Rock brat Union Wymore. Friend Fairbury rips Crete Fairbury a coach Dick balanced offensive punch. Jennings got a go go offensive Waring knocked in 18, while Al spurt from his Jeffs saturday Gen added 16. Chuck 11.000 Husker fans to Miami Lincoln apr some 11,000 nebraskans Are expected to attend the of Abaft a e b r a s k a football game in Miami a or thus Tim is a Chance that tango bowl new years night orangemen Are cited by coach Hawley following each basketball game this season head coach Jake Hawley and his assistant Moe Gardner will cite an orangemen or orangemen for outstanding play. In addition the staff will announce co captains for the upcoming game. A we feel that selecting outstanding players or player will create added interest among squad members a states Hawley who is also varsity line coach in football. Selections will be based on both offence and defensive play and at the end of the season cagers who have been cited will receive special award cer fic ates from the daily Sun. Following Are those selected for performances in the last Beatrice Outing defense Mike Mcclure. Junior offence Jeff Schafer. Junior next co a captains Al Klaus Junior Bob Gardner. Junior night and Fairbury crushed Crete 72-48, in a twin Rivers conference game. The Victory was the first of the season for the Jeffs who dropped a 48-45 try decision to Beatrice earlier. The Jeffs led by Neil Waring and Pat Elgert unleashed a 22-Point second period which easily out distanced the visiting cards. Crete held a Lead with the first Quarter nearly half gone but the big spurt by the Jeffs in the second put them ahead at 38-25 for the intermission break. Coach Jennings got a Dandy followed closely Roach hits 11-for-ii at line Ravens win thriller Minnesota hits Creighton 89-77 Minneapolis apr Minnesota downed Creighton 89-77 in basketball saturday night. Lou Hudson paced the gophers to their fourth straight Victory of the basketball season with 32 Points. Ned Johnson was High for the bluejays with 20. Minnesota opened will flourish hitting nine of 12 shots for a 23-7 Lead with Only 7% utes gone. Later in the first half the gophers got their biggest Lead at 38-20. Creighton trimmed tills to 49-38 by halftime As Minnesota went aft minutes without Point. The bluejays hit four straight Field goals at tile outset of tile second half to make it 49-46 but never got closer than three Points. Minnesota soon opened a 71-56 bulge Midway through the second Hall and remained in command although Creighton once Cut the advantage to Only six with a minute left. Showdown sunday at Green Bay Packer Colt playoff by Jim Hackleman the beet quarterback the Baltimore cods had going tor them in their last Chance shot at the National football leagues Western Divis on title was John Brodie a of the san Francisco 4bers. Baltimore kept alive saturday when converted halfback Tom Matte and Veteran pick up de Brown Quarter backed them to a 26-17 Squeaker Over the los Angeles rams. Then on sunday Brodie capped the finest season of his career by leading the 49ers to a 24 24 tie with Green Bey leaving he packers and Colts deadlocked at the top with 10-3-1 records. Green Bay had a seven Point Lead a and the Divis on title apparently sewn up a with less than two minutes to go. But the 49ers surged Back so now the Packer and Colts will play off tor the Western Crown next sunday at Green Bay with the Winner taking on the Cleveland Browns tor the league championship Jan. 2. Brodies third scoring pass of the Day. A 27-yarder to Vera Burke with i or mite 7 seconds to play and Tommy Davis conversion kick tied it at san Francisco. Each team led twice with the packers a aking a 21-17 advantage in the final period on Jim Taylor s five Vard run and going ahead 24-17 when do Chandler kicked a 31-Yard Field goal with 1 48 left. But to 41 seconds the 49ers got even on Kermit Alexander s Kickoff return to the 29, a 15-Yard penal a four bred e poses and Davis kick. The 49ere quarterback Star in his ninth nil season clicked on 26 of 34 passes for an amazing 76.5 per cent and 295 Yards and wound up the year with 30 to strikes. Rookie sensation Gate Sayers of Chicago extended his league with his 22nd touchdown of the season and won the scoring title but the Minnesota Vikings beat the bears 24-17. The Leas left the bears with a 9-5 , Good for third place in toe wast. Cleveland Eastern Champion Browns rallied tor a 27-24 decision Over St Louis even though they had to play the last half without Jim Brown who got his 21st to of the year but also got kicked out of the game for fighting. In other nil action a Don Meredith a passing led Dallas Over new York 38-20 and into the playoff bowl at Miami Detroit outscored Philadelphia 35-28, giving the West a remarkable 13-1 superiority Over the East in Iner division play this season and Washngton scored three times on Pittsburgh miscues for a 35-14 Romp Over the Steeles. With first Stringer Johnny unites and second Stringer Gary Cuozzo out of action with injuries. The cots did the Job against the rams with Matte normally a running Back and Brown an Lith hour pick up from Pittsburgh on waivers. Baltimore also put George Heffner on the Active Rester As a Reserve quarterback for the Rama game. But under league Rales Matte is the Only Colt quarterback eligible for the playoff against Green Bay or the title game a unless they get unanimous consent from the other nil dubs to activate a second quarterback. Calling All men Schlichtman with 15. Fairbury continued its surge in the third and out scored Crete 19-7. In the fourth Fairbury at one time had built a 31-Point Gap. For Crete cart Hutchinson was the Only card in the double figures with 13. Williams followed with 8. The two clubs Are scheduled to meet again dec. 27 at Crete in first round play of the twin Rivers conference Holiday tourney. While these two clash in the East division it will be Plattsmouth at Falls City. East divisions Nebraska City and Western divisions Beatrice Are Idle dec. 27. However Beatrice meets the Crete Fairbury Winner at 8 p. Rn., dec. 28 and no meets the Eastern Winner. Winners from the 28th clash meet dec. 30 for the tourney Crown. The championship game win be played on a West division court either Fairbury Crete or Beatrice. Following is Quarter score on the Fairbury Crete meeting saturday night Fairbury. La 22 it 15-72 Crete. 14 la 7 16-18 by Mary Lou Bates Nebraska City Denny Swenson a St Joe Ravens stunned the Nebraska City Lourdes Central knights saturday night when they took an Early Lead in tile first few minutes of the Ball game and then won 72-71. The Raven Victory was marked throughout by top defense on the part of All. From the beginning the Ravens showed excellent playing ability and spirit. Their frequent use of the zone press checked Knight action and added to tension thus letting the Ravens intercept the Ball a number of times. The knights did not ignite until the fourth Quarter of the jets beat Norris National hockey league w l t pts. Of a Montreal 16 5 4 34 Chicago. 15 8 2 32 Detroit. 12 to 4 28 Toronto. 12 to 4 28 new York. 6 13 7 19 Boston. 5 18 3 13 tuesday games no games scheduled 91 62 98 63 92 75 69 74 73 93 58 116 Hickman the Sterling easily knocked off the states largest class c school Here saturday night by whipping Norris 62-49. The Victory moved the jets to an impressive 441 Mark but coach Sterling now faces invading Odell 441in a clash of unbeaten tuesday night. After a slow Start in the first Quarter the jets exploded against the titans for a 24-Point second Quarter and a 36 24 halftime Gap. Joey Rathe and the links Walt and Rich paced the wide halftime spread and for the night w. Zink was High with 21. Rathe was next with 20, and r. Zink bagged 14. In addition Rathe was credited with 14 rebounds. While taking their first defeat of the season the titans were led by Bryon Bentzinger a 15, and Wayne Wilson a 14. With 3 30 left in the fourth Sterling was enjoying a 22-Point advantage. Via quarters Sterling. 12 24 14 12-62 Norris 16 14 12 i3-49 game when they scored 28 Points compared to the Ravens 15, but the Ravens had steadily set their Pace and it was too late for the knights to recover. The offensive portion of the Ball game was led by Captain Ted Roach 5�?T2�?� Junior and Dave Kavanaugh 5�?Tio�?� senior. A mighty mite and rightly called so scored 9 Field goals and went la for la at the Charity line for a total of 29 Points the most scored by any player in the game. Kavanaugh followed Roach with a score of 20 Points. He also Ted All rebounds with a total of 9, followed closely by Gary Kas freshmen 6�?T2�?�, and Greg 5t0�?� Sophomore with 8 each. Glen Baete 6�?T3�?� Junior played an excellent defensive game As did Gregg Otte. Both Baete and Otte scored 3 Points. Bob Mullen 5�?T8�?� senior played an outstanding defensive and offensive game adding 15 Points to the Raven score. Tim Frary 5�?T9�?� senior Bill Coudeyras 5�?T5�?� Junior and Steve Graff 6�?Ti�?� Sophomore kept up the Good defense work when they filled in for Roach Baete and Kavanaugh after they fouled out. The entire Raven team played their Best defensive game this son. Chip Stover 8�?T3�?� senior Ted Knight offence scoring with 28 Points followed by Jerry Weddle 6�?T1�?� Junior with 9. The St. Joe reserves lost to Lourdes Central 41-35. Steve Graff 6�?T1�?� Sophomore scored Dan Rawlings scored 12 Points for the Reserve knights. Box score Beatrice so 72 Fig it Ftp Baete. 11-15 3 Frary. Of to Kavanaugh. 7 6-9 5 20 Kasper. 0 2-4 3 2 Roach. 9 11-11 5 29 Coudeyras. Of to Otte. I 1-5 3 3 Graff. Oooo Mulen. 5 5-12 i 15 totals. 23 26-42 24 72 Lourdes 71 Fig it f to Wirth. 3 by i 7 Weddel. 4 1-2 5 9 Wigington. 2 m 5 5 Lutz. I 0 0 2 Stover. La 6-113 28 Schnitzer. 0 1-4 3 1 Mullen. 3 2-2 5 8 Lance. 0 0 2 0 Newton. 1 35 3 5 Rawlings. 3 1-2 2 7 totals. 28 16-30 29 71 via quarters beat. St. Joe 19 19 19 15�?72 Lourdes Cen. To 19 14 28�?71 Sunrise and Sunset hours tor shooting following is the Sunrise schedule for nimrods of the Beatrice area. Shooting hours for All a a half Bour before Sunrise to game animals Are from or Sunset. Shooting hours for waterfowl and other migratory by. I arc Between Sunrise and Sunset. For each 13 Miles East of Beatrice subtract one i Quot a my for each 13 Miles West add me minute. Date Sunrise Sunset dec. 21 a a a a a a a. 7 48 it 02 dec. 22 7 48 5 03 dec. 23 7 49 5 03 dec. 24 7 49 5 04 dec. 25 7 49 5 04 today s Aba associate Presa Eastern division w. L. Pct . Boston. 19 8 .704 a philae phia 18 la .621 2 Cincinnati 19 12 .613 2 new York 12 18 .400 9ft Western division los Angeles 19 16 .543 a Baltimore 17 17 j500 left St. Louis. 12 17 .414 3% san fran. 14 20 .412 aft Detroit 9 20 .310 7 saturday s remits new York 122, Cincinnati 114 Baltimore 143, Detroit 114 philae phia 120, san fran. 119 sunday s results los Angeles 132, san fran 120 today a games Philadelphia at san Francisco tuesday s games no games scheduled Sun want Ada bring results. I the Way to a woman a heart is right through our front door if you re playing Santa a a Emporium has just the right gift she wants for Christmas. There a the most Beautiful a lingerie a the cutest a Robes a the most wonderful a sweaters the Cleverest a separates 6 the smartest a blouses a the sheer est a hosiery a the most fascinating a costume jewelry a the Moat enchanting 6 dresses 6 the nicest 6 Coats 6 All right Here in one store. A a a just Welting to be wrapped As Christmas gifts. Best of All men. 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