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31 Oct 1961

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31 Oct 1961

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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - October 31, 1961, Boone, Iowa Mystery in 1900 thanksgiving game by Dick Lamb historian Natl football Hall of Fame there Haven to been Many successful football eras at Iowa. And certainly none to approach the current period of Prosperity when such measuring devices As the number of All americans or consistent nationwide publicity Are used. Nor has there Ever been another Hawkeye Era in which Iowa has won More victories than those put together during the last five years. But present achievements Many times tend to Cloud past accomplishments and such criteria Are not altogether fair in comparing Success. Championship football was also played at Iowa in the Early �?T20s and before that at the turn of the Century. It would be indeed difficult to improve upon the two year unbeaten record of Howard Jones Hawk eyes in 1921 and 1922. But if such a two year performance could be exceeded. Iowa teams of 1899 and 1900 offer impressive credentials. Not Only were those Hawkeye elevens unbeaten the Iowa goal line was uncrossed. During the two years they yielded just three Field goals and a safety. No other Iowa team has done As Well defensively in even a single season. However done to think for a minute that those Hawkeye elevens were Only defense minded. On the contrary. Never before or since have there been such prolific scoring teams at Iowa than those of 1899 and 1900. Under our present system of scoring the team notched 624 Points in 17 games an average of nearly 37 for each contest. The final game of the 1900 season deserves More than passing mention. A Victory or a tie against Northwestern would give Iowa at least a share of the big ten title its first year in the conference. Strangely enough the game was scheduled to be played in Rock Island 111. On thanksgiving Day. The Hawk eyes including the Iowa band arrived on wednesday. They headquartered at Davenport a St. James hotel while the wildcats accompanied by 300 fans stayed in Rock Island. An overflow crowd of More than 5.000, expecting to see Iowa win by at least 40 Points set the bleachers ablaze with Golden streamers and yellow chrysanthemum. The Hawks scored a touchdown near the close of the first half but the Iowa tally was matched by a Northwestern Field goal each counted 5 Points at the time. Actually the underdog wildcats gained consistently All afternoon while their defense stymied Iowa for the most part. There was much speculation following the game about the inability of the Hawk eyes to win. Many claimed that overconfidence and lethargy were the cause. However Willis Edson the Only living member of the team offers a different explanation. According to Edson a there was not a question of taking the game lightly. We were not that kind of a fall we Ever Learned was that the chef at the hotel had taken some bets that Iowa would not win 40-0. We had creamed potatoes the night before the game. My Roommate Johnny Griffith was the Only Man who did no to eat any. The menus room was at the Corner of the Hall. When i got there at four of clock in the morning it was full up and More coming. All of us except Griffith had stomach cramps that were very severe. We were not any of us in shape to go on the Field and i done to see yet How we stayed in to the end of that Iowa never played another football game in Rock Island and that mysterious thanksgiving game of 1900 closed the first of three great football eras for the Hawk eyes. 8 Boone news Republican tuesday october is 19411 five Letterman boost Gilbert boys basketball Gilbert the Gilbert boys basketball team opens its 1961-62 season wednesday hoping to improve on a 1960-61 season record of four wins and 16 losses. Returning this season was last years second leading scorer Dave Temple one of five returning Letterman. As a Sophomore last year Temple hit for 227 Points for a 11.8 per game average second Only to Roger temples 233 Points. Roger Temple has since graduated. Other Letterman include Bob Bell and Dick Deberg both seniors and Dick Hartwig and Cal Canady juniors. Bell Temple and Hartwig Are listed As forwards. Deberg at 6-2, will probably Start at Center and Canady 5-7, a guard. Like the girls team the boys Are not affiliated with a basketball conference. The 1961-62 schedule and the roster includes nov. In East Greene at grand Junction. Nov. 3�?franklin consolidated Here. Nov. A boys Jamboree at Roland. Nov. Ion Nesco. There. Nov. Llu Jewell there varsity Reserve. Nov. 17�?colo, Here. Nov. 21�?Roland, Here. Dec. 2�?Nesco. Here. Dec 8�?Boone Junior varsity Here. Dec. Is Collins there. Dec. 16�?rippey, Here. Dec. 19�?colo, there. Jan. 6�?stanhope, Here. Jan. 12�?collins, Here. Jan. 13�?clemons, Here. Jan. 26�?clemons, there. Feb. 3�?United Community Here. Feb. 9�?radcliffe, there. Feb. Ion Stop i tag Here. Roster seniors Quot Bob Bell. Dick Deberg Denny Johnson juniors Dick Hartwig Cal Canady Dave Temple Roger Vilmont sophomores Paul Canady. Russ Moore. Marty Pepper. Chris Stanley Rich Deboer Mike mouser freshmen Ken Petrone Stan Leland Terry Whetstone and Darrell Hadaway. Fight results by the associated press san Francisco Henry Niete 125, san Francisco out pointed Jimmy George 127, Fremont Calif. 8 Mike Gallo 120, san Francisco out pointed Frankie Duarte. 121, Sacramento Calif., 8 Eddie Shaw 202, san Francisco and Tom Cummins 190, san Francisco Drew 8. Norm Snead May make name known with skins Washington a up a the redskins lost another game sunday their seventh this year and 15th in a Row Over two seasons a but they May have gained a quarterback. A Norm Snead played a great game a said Washington coach Bill Mcpeak tuesday a and it came at a crucial Point in his the 6-foot-4 Rookie from Wake Forest completed 21 of 31 passes for 296 Yards and two touchdowns although the redskins lost 27-24 in the final minute to the Philadelphia eagles defending National football league champions. Snead will be the starting quarterback again next sunday when the redskins play the defensively Strong new York giants at Yankee stadium. Mcpeak also a Rookie As head coach has gambled on Snead As his quarterback. He swapped off Ralph Guglielmi 1960 regular at the spot just before the season began. This meant Snead had to learn about life in the nil the hard Way on the Field with red dogging linemen slamming into him. Most teams figure on taking several seasons to develop a quarterback working him gradually into the lineup. But Mcpeak decided the redskins were desperate. He is bringing Snead along in a crash program. Snead a quietly confident Type heard Boos for the first time when Washington was shut out for the second consecutive week in a 24-0 defeat by St. Louis. The Cardinal linemen dumped Snead several times trying to pass and he completed Only 7 of 17 passes. If the cardinals rough treatment upset the lanky quarterback it did no to show against the eagles. He had the poise of a Veteran. Area boys prep Cage schedules Earlham cardinals coach Al Arends conference Raccoon River nov. 17�?Van meter there. Nov. 21�?panora, Here. Nov. 28�?Central Dallas at Minburn. Dec. In Adel Here. Dec. 5�?dexfield at Redfield. Dec. 8�?Madrid, Here. Dec. 19�?dallas Center Here. Dec. 22�?Madrid, there. Jan. 5�?stuart, there a Jan. 12�?woodward, Here. Jan. 13�?norwalk, Here varsity Reserve. Jan. 16�?panora, there. Jan. 19�?menlo, Here. Jan. 26�?orient, there. Feb. 2�?stuart, Here. Feb. 9�?dallas Center at Minburn. Feb 16�?guthrie Center there varsity Reserve. A denotes conference games. The roster seniors Bob Lenocker Steve Radokovich Jim Welch Francis Allen Harry Wert juniors Jim Smith Steve Daggett Barry Brown Norm Cook Hershey Hester Bob scar Bruce Kobolt Jim Seitrich freshmen Phil Higgins Bob Allen. Lions club pin meet starts Here saturday the state Lions club Bowling tournament will begin at the Imperial lanes Here in Boone saturday and sunday and will continue for three consecutive weekends. So far 46 teams from All Over the state of Iowa have posted their entry Blanks with the management at Imperial. The Field is about four or five teams larger this year compared with last. The tournament will determine team doubles and singles championships. A Lions club team from Boone last year placed second in the team events behind a team from Northwood. On hand for the tournament will be most of last years champions. Cecil Hoyle and Phil Olson of Churdan have filed their entry Blanks and indicated they would be defending their doubles title. Joe Hunst of Clarion who had a 2,100 All events and a 715 series will be Back to defend his singles championship. A team from Dumont that claims to have a 906 average will be participating headed by or. Mel Enna one of the favourites in the masters tournament currently being conducted in Waterloo who has a 206 average. Three or four teams from the Boone Lions club will probably be participating in the tournament this year. Dodd s dad lad Story to continue saturday Atlanta a a chapter two of the Bobby Dodd father and son Story comes next saturday when Florida and Georgia tech meet Here in a Southeastern conference football game. The younger Dodd went one up last year when he helped Lead Florida to an 18-17 upset of league Bowling standings Madrid tri co. League Madrid Sheldahl Coop. Pauls Standard. Jack amp jennys tavern _ ryans Chevrolet. 19 Woodland. Madrid Register. 14 finns Standard. 13 Madrid Lions. Lund Pontiac. American legion no. 3high team series Jack amp 2547 Coop 2367. High team Gam a Jack amp 927 Coop. 861. High ind series a. Haynes by Anderson 532. High ind. Games by Anderson 201 de Carlson 200. W l. 25 7. 22 to 21 la. 19 13 18 14 14 18 13 19. La 21 9 23 8 24 Jennyss Jenny a 548 Quad City league bowl mor w Geo. La Madrid Hawkeye Madrid league Sundberg 23 United Telephone. 2z Burkhelder realty. 21 Madrid Lions. 19 ryans Chevrolet. 13 red a mix 13 pick Eli construction. To rip s tavern 7 lounge .29 tip top .25vi we Safeway. 23 17 Pabst .22 18 Mabe Imp. 20 20 hand truck line. 20y state farm. 19 21 Mondt hotel. 15 �?T>5 Luther 29 High team series Geo. Lounge 2523 hand 2399 High team games Geo. Lounge 910 Geo. Lounge 833 High ind series Dick Reed 553 a Baldus amp b Boesen 530 High ind games Dick Reed 213 m. Reed 211. Atomic mixed league bowl mor e we 9 razorback. 184 13v �?�0 misfits. 18 14 la atoms .17 15 11 12 Boone Hawkeye league Imperial w Paul s cities service .25 Adobe tavern. 24 Barbers local .22vi 13/i Bud s Square Deal. 21 15 Arctic lounge. 20 16 Boone Dairy 20 16 West Boone merchants. 19 17 Pritchard Bros. 16 20 Boone news Republican .14 22 Lauritsen ins.14 22 faraway i 241/, Hawkeye savings. 9 27 High team series Adobe 2454 cities service 2435. High team games cities service 895 Arctic 863. High ind series Frank Crider Adobe 553 Guy Hicks Adobe 545. High ind games Jim Mcalpine Arctic 221 Wayne Richmond. Cities serv. 220. High team series United Telephone 2717, Burnheimer 2501 High team games United Telephone 951 United Telephone 909 High ind series Robert Shearer 580 Boyd Wisecup 578 pin rockers 17 15 Lucky four. Itu 9 23 series pin rockers 1957 hopefuls 671 pin hopefuls High team atoms 1827 High team games rockers 657. High ind series to Deal 559 d. Bettis 442 j Donovan 553 e. Stuppy a Platter 432 High ind games a Fisher 209. D High ind games Robert Shearer 243 i Bettis 174. J. Donovan 204 l. Ander e. G. Andrew 218 son 166. Bowling Belles league Ogden w Crouthamel appl.25 Ogden Grain ettes. 24 Steak House. In sherbring s corsairs. 16 Rector s to 15 Cornwall hardware 12 Leisure ladies league. Bowl mor w a Riekenberg s. 18 Niederjohn locker. 17 j Johnstone s bakery. 16 1 Kruck plug 16 Munson s grocery. 12 4 Whites dress shop. 12 High team series Crouthamel 2191, j a Peute la Rector s 2074 High team Rector s 716. High ind series Millie Sharil Jones 473. High ind games Millie Sharil Jones 181. Games Crouthamel 753, Smith 533 Smith 192 Booster league Ogden Ogden hatchery Claussen a Texaco .23 traveler s inn. Bergstrom a seed. 21 Walnut Grove. Tomco seed. Pioneer seed. Pfister a seed. High team series Pioneer Claussen s 2385. High team games causes no a 853 Pioneer 827. High ind series Ray Beckman 565, George Dobras 540. High ind games Stan Williams 233, Ray by. Tim an 215. Vav l 23 13 23 13 a in 21 15 15 21 14 22 22 25 2447 l 10 11 12 12 16 16 17 farm Bureau. To 18 High team series Kruck 1659 Mun songs 1623. High team games Kruck 595 Mun songs 585. High ind series Pearl Rex 491 Helen Mcgehee 482. High ind. Games Pearl Rex 202 Charlotte Chiles 179. Pin duster league Ogden w sprayers bakery. 21 Milady a shop .20 Treloar produce. 18 Dohms material. 16 i amp e shop. 12 Sunset inn. 9 High team series Milady a sprayers 1868 High team games Milady a 721 sprayers 688. High ind. Series lots Crisp 435 Edna Dahlberg 429. High 2nd. Camels Bonnie Olson 181 lots Crisp 171. L 11 12 14 16 20 23 1899 Williams slips to second i big to All games scoring Chicago Pic Iowa halfback Joe Williams blanked in Iowa a 9-0 loss to Purdue slipped to second place in the big ten All games football scoring race tuesday. Williams has scored six touchdowns for 36 Points and trails Michigan state fullback George Saimes who has scored 42 Points on seven touchdowns. Iowa quarterback Matt Szy Kowny was 10th with 20 Points on one touchdown and 14 extra Points. Wilburn Hollis who played for Iowa in two games before he was sidelined with an injury is tied with Iowa end Cloyd Webb for Lith with 18 Points. His fathers Georgia tech yellow jackets. Bobby Dodd jr., who shares the quarterback Job with 138-Pound Larry Libertore completed a 32-Yard pass in the closing minutes As Florida drove for the winning touchdown. Dodd drove the gators to the tech three and Libertore took them in for the score. The script is about the same for the second act of the father son drama. Tech is favored As it was last year. But there is an important difference. Florida relished the underdog role in 1960 and knocked off both leu and tech in route to an 8-2 season and a Gator bowl Victory Over Baylor. This year weakened by injuries to key personnel Florida seems to have lost the upset touch. The gators played Well but lost to Rice 19-10, and last saturday leu flattened them 23-0. Coach Dodd concedes he has a better team now than he believed possible two months ago. Tech vaulted to the no. 3 spot in the associated press top to after routing Southern California and Rice tumbled after losing to leu and then fought its Way Back to its current no. 7 listing with successive triumphs Over Duke Auburn and Tulane. Inexperience May Hurt Churdan boys in 61-62 season Churdan Only two let Termen return to a Churdan boys basketball team that last year won 26 games in a Row before getting beat in the sub state tournament by Ames High school. Returning however is 6-2/2 Center Denny Nahnsen one of the Best Pivot men in the Little Central conference last year and already being pushed for Al conference and All state honors this season. The Only other returning Letterman is Sophomore guard Elroy Schroeder. Moved away is last years most prominent Point maker Allan ton. Coa Greene who takes on the varsity Job this year has a tentative starting lineup of Nahnsen Schroeder Tom Vogel a 6 foot Junior Jim Evans a 6-3 senior and Larry Carey a 6 foot Junior. Schroeder at 5-10, is the smallest of Greene a preseason picks. Ten of Greene a 16 Man roster Are listed As six feet tall or better. The schedule and roster for the �?T61-62 season nov. 17�?scranton, Here. Nov. 21�?lohrville, Here. Nov. 28�?rippey, there dec. In Paton there. Dec. 5�?breda varsity Reserve. Dec. 8�?grand Community of Box Holm Here. Dec. 12�?dayton, there. Dec. 15�?coon rapids there. Dec. 19�?East Greene at grand Junction. Jan. 5�?East Greene Here. Jan. 9�?rippey, Here. Jan. 15-20�?Greene county tournament. Jan. 23�?lohrville, there. Jan. 26�?grand Community at Box Holm. Jan. 30�?dayton, Here. Feb. 2�?paton, Here. Feb. 6�?callender, Here. Feb 9�?lake View there. A denotes conference games. Roster. Seniors Larry Carey. Jim Evans. Danny Mackey Homer Mcdonald. Dennis Nahnsen Norm Kieter. Larry Olson juniors Richard Flack Lowell Luttrell Tom Vogel Sophomore Lee Hanson Elroy Schroeder Danny Meyers Tom Hirschberg freshmen Stan Berns Carroll Wessling. Three leading scorers Back with Gilbert Gilbert last years three leading scorers on the Gilbert High school girls basketball team will be Back to help coach Stan Hartwig improve a 1960-61 record of 12 wins and to losses. Seniors Judy Anderson and Janet mouser who hit for 301 and 278 Points respectively last season and Junior Carol Fatka who added 226 More As a Sophomore will All be Back to line Hartwigs front court. However Only two other letter winners Are Back this season both guards. They Are Karen Christianson and Sara Peterson both seniors. The girls open their season wednesday against East Greene at grand Junction. Gilbert basketball teams Are not affiliated with a conference. The schedule and roster for the 1961-62 season nov. In eat Greene at grand Junction. Nov. 3�?franklin consolidated Here. Nov. Ion Nesco. There. Nov. 17�?colo, Here. Nov. 21�?Roland, Here. Dec. 2�?Nesco, Here. Dec. 8�?Boone, Here. Dec. 9�?jewell, there varsity Reserve dec. 15�?collins, there. Dec. 16�?rippey, Here. Dec. 19�?colo, there Jan. 6�?stanhope, Here. Jan. 12�?collins, Here. Jan. 13�?clemons, Here. Jan. 26�?clemons, there. Feb. 3�?United Community Here. Feb. 9�?radcliffe, there feb. Ion Story City. Here. Roster seniors Jan mouser Judy Anderson Karen Christianson. Sara Peterson Maurine Huntley juniors Carol Fatka Patty Jacobson Diane Devries sophomores Karen Pauk Ann Peterson Charlotte vie Gal Kathy Brooks freshmen Cherby Hartwig Marcia Anderson. Linda Cantonwine Canady Jamie Hibbs Mary Peterson and Cheryl Lenninger. Sports schedule football wednesday Hawkeye Central eight Ballard at Maxwell basketball Gilbert at East Greene of grand Junction. Time out for air Larry Hayes left and Cliff Livingston of the new York giants take a Brief respite and oxygen in the game against the Steeles in Pittsburgh Iowa now ninth in weekly Grid poll by the associated press Michigan state also Over Michigan state and Mississipp powering All opposition with i the nations top two College 131 Points while giving up Only football Powers tackle Tough to retained the no. I spot in new York Tony Hughes 202, Cleveland out pointed Rodlofo Diaz 181, Argentina 8. The latest ratings of the associated press 47-Man committee of sports writers and sports tests saturday against upset minded opponents. The spartans ranked first monday for the third week in casters succession place their 5-0 rec j the spartans 35-0 con Ord on the line in a big ten conquerors of Indiana last Satur Ference clash with resurgent Day polled 31 first place votes Minnesota last years National to eight for the rebels who Wal champions who just missed loped Vanderbilt 47-0 in their climbing into the top ten in the latest rankings. The rebels winners of six in a Row in an undefeated Campaign in which they be scored 204 Points to 13 for their foes tangle with sixth ranked Louisiana state University in a Southeastern conference matchup saturday night. Wilt off and running in Aba scoring race latest game. On a Point basis Michigan state received 437 to 407 for Mississippi. The top teams with first place votes in parentheses Points figured on a to 9, 8, 7, Etc. Basis 1. Michigan stat 31437 2. Mississippi 8807 3 Texas 6 33 4 Alabama 2325 5. Ohio state. 287 6 Louisiana state. 199 7. Georgia tech. 183 8. Colorado. 142 9 Iowa. 83 10 Missouri. A. 65 new York up a Wilt Chamberlain is off and running in defense of his National basketball association scoring championship with a 51.2 Point average for the first two weeks of the 1961-62 season. The Philadelphia phenom who set to scoring records last season has produced 256 Points in five games leagues statistics showed today. The 7-foot-1 Stilt also is the rebound Leader with 139, an average of 27.8 per game. Elgin Baylor of los an Geles is runner up in the scoring race with a 33.0 average on 198 Points in six game. Cincinnati a Oscar Robertson Channel 8 tonight 6 30 Marshall Dillon a killer hoi o town paralysed and helpless 7 00 Dick Van Dyke Dick and Laura re live Haw they first met. Is showing the Way in assists 7 30 Dobie Gillis with 59 feeds in four games for Zda g re re pin no a Quot a a 14.7 average. Bill Russell of Roo red Skelton Boston has the Best rebound gorgeous guest is Rhonda flaming average 32.0 on 64 in his two j 8 30 Ichabod and me games. Bob discovers a second a grandma Bostons . Jones has been q the most accurate Field goal Orry Molt it re shooter with to Basket in 14 attempts for a .714 percentage. Al Ferrari of St. Louis is the top free throw Marksman with a perfect 10-for-10. With dancer Gwen Verdon comedian Jack Carter. Kent to a Channel 8 and fight results Newton Ames will decide tide Friday Friday nights game Between Newton and Ames will decide who wears the 1961 Central Iowa conference football Crown. The two schools with none too impressive records tangle at Ames. The conference Crown hangs in the balance. Either Newton with an Overall 4-1-2 Mark or Ames will win the title outright. There will be no sharing. A loss by Newton would Cost them the title by half a game since they have a 7-7 tie with Boone. Had Newton beaten Boone sept. 22 the cardinals would have wrapped up the title when they eliminated Marshalltown last Friday 19-7. Ames now 4-3 for the season lost three in a Row including a 26-20 verdict to Marshalltown before beating Grinnell 13-7 last Friday night. Two of the three Ames defeats were to non conference teams. Boone and Marshalltown will play the Only other conference contest Friday night at Marshalltown. Grinnell now finished with its conference games can sit Back and watch the scramble As they play mid Prairie at Home. Oskaloosa has also completed its conference games and is not scheduled to play until nov. 8 when they travel to Ottumwa. Only Boone and Ames wind up their football seasons Friday night. Newton Grinnell and by associated press Chicago Willy Braggs has been on the second unit As 139, Milwaukee stopped kid has Webb the Hawk eyes Lead Casey 140, Chicago 8. 1 my pass Catcher. Krause Webb promoted to first team Iowa City up a sophomores Paul Krause and Cloyd Webb have been promoted to Iowa a first team by coach Jerry bums. A a ,. Krause replaced Veteran Joe Halltown Complete their Williams at left halfback and Webb has taken the end spot of Veteran Bill Whisler. Although Burns did no to comment on it there were reports that Williams had injured a wrist and would have to take it easy during the week. Krause schedules nov. To. Fight results Providence r. Barens 149, new York out pointed Ken Tavares 143, to. Halifax Nova Scotia Blair Richardson Canada Stop Ped Floyd Mccoy new York 3 weights unavailable. Daily television guide brought to you by the merchants listed below Reedholm s hardware i Gasak it us Tea sound Quot radios and to sets sales and service now in Boone Marvin a office machines solos rentals Servlia authorized Underwood agent students cell us now make sure your typewriters Are in Al shape for the school year. See Reinhold Josephson for real estate insurance # Menthe Boone multiple Exchange pm. Be 2-3633 814-8th St. Antenna installation 705 Story St. Be 2-2745 Call be 2-7542 418-12th Street who to Woi to Kent to Channel 13 tuesday. October is 1981 3 00 make room 6.15 Huntley for daddy Brinkley re 3 30 Here a Holly port Wood 6 30 Laramie 3 55 Clay Rusk 7 30 Hitchcock first edition presents 4 00 Lee amp floppy 8 00 Dick Powell cartoons 9 00 Cains Hun 4 40 movie dred 6 05 weather ruskl0 00 news Shelley 6 10 news Shelley 10 20 sports Zabel 10 30 late show wednesday november i 1961 6 00 Continental 2 30 from these classroom roots 7 00 today show 3 00 make room 7 25 daily word for daddy 7 30 today show 3 30 Here a Holly-8 25 today in do Wood 8 30 today show 3 55 Clay Rusk 9 00 romper room first edition 9 30 play your 4 00 Lee amp floppy Hunch cartoons 10 00 Price is right 4 40 movie 10 30 concent 6 15 Huntley ton Brinkley re 11 00 truth or con port sequences 6 30 Wagon train 11 30 it could be 7 30 Joey Bishop you 8 00 Perry Como 11 55 no news 9 00 third Man 12 00 news Rusk 10 00 news Shelley 12 10 cartoon town 10 20 sports Zabel 12 40 movie 10 30 football pre 2 00 Young or. Diction Malone 10 45 late show 1961 she just saw red Bradford pa., up a a woman found an overtime parking ticket on her car and a policeman advised her to Deposit the ticket and Fine in one of the City a red Fine boxes. At a Corner of main and Chestnut streets she found a red Box and tried to slip the ticket Channel 5 tuesday october 31, 3 00 Queen for a show Day 7 00 Tombstone 3 30 who do you territory Trust 7 30 Calvin and 4 00 Burns amp Allen the colonel 4 30 Superman 8 of the new 5 00 Bozo and Breed clutch 9 00 Bell amp Howell 5 30 evening report close up 5 45 Kukla amp Ollie 10 00 news final 5 50 cartoon time 10 30 state trooper 6 00 Quick draw 11 00 Racket squad Mcgraw 11 30 citizen Soldier 6 30 bugs Bunny Quot Aid Man Quot wednesday november i 1961 9 00 my Little 3 00 Queen for a Margie Day 9 30 Conversa 3 30 who do you tonal Spanish Trust 9 50 Joe Emerson 4 00 Burns amp Allen 10 00 Point of View 4 30 Superman 10 15 today a 5 00 Bozo and homemaker clutch 10 30 to school time 5 30 evening re-11 00 the texan port 11 30 magic window 5 45 Kukla amp Ollie 12 00 camouflage 5 50 cartoon time 12 30 farm amp 6 00 Deputy Dawg Market digest 6 30 Steve Allen 1 00 Day in court 7 30 top cat 1 25 midday re 8 00 hawaiian Eye port 9 00naked City 1 30 make a facel0 00 news final 2 00 number pleasel0 30 target 2 30 seven keys 11 30 the pioneers Quot the capture Channel 8 tuesday october 31, 1981 3 00 a Hie brighter 6 10 Russ Van Day 3 15 the secret storm 3 30 the Edge of night 4 00 Riley a rascals 4 30 Jungle Drums of Africa 4 45 s. Preston Dyke on camera 6 20 Bud Sobel sports 6 30 marshal Dillon 7 00 Dick Van Dyke 7 30 Dobie Gillis 8.00 red Skelton 8 30 Icabod and me and Money into the Box. Moments later fire trucks rushed to the scene with wailing sirens. The lady had been monkeying with a fire alarm Box. Brazil announces that three new industries using sisal to manufacture rope Baler and Baler twine Are being installed in the state of Paraiba. 5 10 the Peoples 9 00 Garry Moore Choice 10 00 Russ Van 5.40 Leo Durocher Dyke news a 5 45 Douglas de weather wards news 10 20 Ron Shoop 6 00 Paul Rhoades sports news 10 30 Jack Paar 12 00 Signoff new wednesday november i Imi 6 55 pastor s study 3 15 the secret 7 00 lbs College storm of the air 3 30 the Edge of 7 30 Bill Riley a night breakfast club 4 00 Riley a Ras-8 00 Captain Kan cals Karoo 4 30 Jungle drum 9 00 Calendar of Africa 9 30 i love Lucy 5 10 the Peoples 10 00 video Village Choice 10 30 your Surprise 5 40 Leo Durocher package 5 45 Douglas edifices Harry reas wards news Oner with 6 00 Paul Rhoades the news news 11 00 love of life 6 10 Russ Van 11 30 search for Dyke on tomorrow camera 11 45 the guiding 6 20 Bud Sobel Light sports 12 00 local news 6 30 the Alvin 12.05 Don Soliday show 12 30 As the world 7 00 father of the turns Bride 1 00 Mary Jane 7 30 checkmate Chinn show 8.30 mrs. 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