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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Carroll, Iowa December 4, 1943. Page four daily times Herald Carroll Iowa saturday Carroll wins Cage opener 16-15 Low scoring two ties held in mixed league affair played with Denison monarchs nosed out free throw line by single toss Jeniann special a Carroll won its first Midwest conference basketball game Here Friday evening by a single Point after trailing the Home team the end of the third j Roll with two Field goals and a free daily times Herald sports . 4, 1943 letters Are presented to �?T43 Grinders yesterday afternoon a in the gymnasium of Carroll High school mixed league standings w l pet. Storz 5 4 .566 Blue ribbon 5 4 .556 j City club 4 5 .144 Budweiser 4 5 .444 the Carroll mixed Bowling league went into its third week of Competition this week with both first and second positions tied up. Storz and Blue ribbon Are tied for Carl Belder. Co Cap com of the 194.1 Fly Whu club and buds to. Champion tapers accepted for the a a not de for ref my team the Midwest conference foot harri0 a has he a a Erie Ball championship trophy from the a Jyh and r,.t. Anon i h hands of k. F. Osburn president of the conference. Sports Roundup by Hugh Fullerton or new York i look for another explosion from judge Landis office before the Winter is Over with the recent warfare in the minor league convention set ving j to Light the fuse. The a Edge a decision when the insurgent group appealed to him was that if they had succeeded in tossing out the votes of the non operating leagues he would have stepped right in under that Quot conduct detrimental to baseball provision and in Quarter by a single Point. Ability to convert is one More of the Many free throws allotted both teams gave Carroll the final 16-15 Victory. was a Low scoring affair a conventional first game of the season for both teams Carr >11 build throw. Shives had five additional chances to score from the free throw line in this period and was unable to convert on any of them. Seconds win in the curtain Raiser the Carroll second team directed by As Sac smears Jefferson in opener 29-12 game with 206. Storz showed High team score in the week s Bowling a Tead of merely saying yes or no ing up its advantage in the second j Distant coach George Radcliffe. Throughout. They had a halftime mates to a 29 to 12 win Over Jef the ass Lis contest Carroll commit a Jed of 9 3 find a d the Monarch person last night in the conference pose of personal fouls and Denison tightly with their Man to opener Sac City. Schnirring Traduce Man defensive strategy. Half. Many fouls in this contest Carroll commit Ted Roll out of which Carroll was Able to Garner 4 Points while Denison collected 3. Low scoring elsewhere was evident from the Low totals recorded for each of the four periods. Bill Norelius dropped a Field goal while Herb Byers and Wayne Meade converted a Chanty toss each for Denison in the opening period while Carroll s Only score was a free toss by Lowell so leis Man. In the second period Buford Shives made Denison a Only Field goal while Bob Matt and Carl Hei Der dropped in a counter apiece. Heidere a coming within five seconds of the closing Thistle to set up a half time score of 6 to 5 in Denison a favor. Scoring Pep i p scoring was a Little More generous in the third Quarter As Norelius. Shives and Bernie Saggau each collected for Denison from the floor while Jim Horn and Vince Langenfeld scored Tor Carroll from the floor and one each from the Charity line for a three Quarter score of 12-11 in favor of Denison. Carroll was in the Lead most of this period but the last two counters of the Quarter were dropped in by Saggau and Shives to end the period with Denison one Point up. In the final Quarter Bill Norelius scored once from the free throw line and Shives got a Field goal while Bob Matt uncorked for car a sox Moki toppled the Denison reserves in a Sac City special Wilbur schnirring Sac City football Star p Wayne Pratt acting for the stated that the names of the car grave on a plate which would be placed on the trophy. The Assembly opened 2 30 in. In the school gymnasium j bled students the Ptter the meeting. He then in with a total of 8. Team which was lined up on the basketball scores College i try the rr�%�0 York 75, Concordia to. Phillips Bartlesville. Okla 49. How chemical Midland. Mich 31. Detroit i. 42, Detroit a Al procurement 8. Midland 48. Luther to. . Olaf 31. Wartburg 18. Mainline 44. Mankato teachers 26. Akron i. 65. Carnegie tech 24. Ottumwa Navy 64, . Ambrose 40. Simpson 49. Iowa Wesleyan 26. Fort Custer 47, Franklin into Myca 34. Assumption Windsor. Ont 33. Alma 26. College All stars 35. Washington bears 31. Be b r a s k a w Wesleyan 39, Hastings 16. Oklahoma a. And m. 37. Phillips i diversity 22. The game was Sac City All the floor. Way with the Sac team showing those awarded football letters a first class passing and floor for the 1943 season were game for the Early season opener j seniors a tight defense kept the Jeffer Arthur Collison Robert Kohnke son forwards tied up while Sac Ronald Law Renz r. I. Mcbarnes managed to find the Basket More Maurice nurse. Donald Winker j often. Sac players Sank several fail Hamers. James Waters and with a 666 game irs. And a 1921 ser Stor 2 3 total Kimberly time 173 199 532 v. Licit Herr 1�0 174 113 447 m. Hohf Ludorf 17s i so 126 4s6 v Isi 137 171 459 totals �49 666 609 hid Wal or i 2 3 total ii Haayer 179 173 i up 541 a. 162 142 in 415 h. Alien 129 132 122 333 p. Turn 14.1 12s 206 479 Handicap 12 12 12 36 totals 627 5s7 640 1654 pity Lull i 2 3 total horsing a. Ike 153 145 461 let. Wcur hold 130 Khi 130 390 my fee Iii 162 124 466 o. Carpenter 175 122 m 420 Handicap 16 16 16 4 s total 664 5 so 53 s 1765 Blue Libin i i 2 3 total k Hannach 121 130 155 414 i. Kessler 137 14 135 421 h. Rehker 155 14s 146 451 j up the i s i is 14.1 yet a Totas 602 625 561 i so. Tion Landis began making very pointed queries about whether the major league owners and big minors had used their working agreements As a club Over the Little Fellows and who helped entertain that Southern sheriff reported to be the most popular Guy in town because he held the controlling half of the Kearns Salt Lake air base game for the state service football title Jack Nickel was banished for roughness. the Start of the second half Nickel tried to return to the game wearing another uniform and with ids face taped up and blackened. Ile was tossed out again Aud Kearns was penalized 15 Yards. Cracking the whip the minor leagues vote and rightly we thought against the amendment to the major minor agreement that would make them responsible of ineligible players Appeal in exhibitions in their Parks their stand was that Landis could Fine the players and Wasny to their jobs to Quot act As j whee men. Yesterday Landis told the big leagues and presumably the minors were included that the Rule would be enforced Quot whether you pass or Long shots during the game. Sac held the Lead the end the first Quarter 8 to 3. By the end of the half the score had Ris co captains Carl Heider and Willie f Lammers. Juniors Manning Star of last year listed on Drake varsity Manning this Lyle Junior serum. Star on coach Steve the big question what apparently puzzled Landis about the whole affair was Why a class Quot do club for example would vote to deprive itself of voting Power in the National association and if the most popular answer is right Well the Edge s favorite targets Are the Quot Chain Tore operators. And some of the men on the inside of the recent scrap who might of course. He prejudiced say there Are plenty of bulls eyes to hit if Landis can see them. More sports on Page 5 fights last night by the amur nerd prow Philadelphia a Bill Mcdowell 162 4. Paterson. N. J., out pointed Jackie Goodman 1604, Philadelphia 8. Highland Park n. Lew Maxwell 134, Newark stopped Pete Valiano 143, Baltimore 8. Erie a. Jackie Arr Notage 149, new Kensington pa., knocked out Toey Ross 149, Buffalo 3. Taunton. Mass. Oscar Suggs. 145, Newport. R. I., out pointed Joey Lemiux 140, new Bedford mass., 8. Worcester mass. Tommy Bell. 145, Youngstown Ohio out pointed Johnny Brown 151, new York. To. Milwaukee Gunnar Barlund 201%, Finland knocked out Lindy Elliot 208, Chicago 3. San Diego Calif. Elmer Ray. 192. E Loci d a out pointed Bob Smith. 185, Pittsburgh to. Hollywood Carlos Mahonia 141, Mexico City and Jerry Hilt Aire 111. New York Drew to. Sacramento a Alif. Lloyd Marshall 163, Sacramento won Over Bobby Berger 192. New York by a technical knockout 4. A on payday by Boneh oot our Way by j. R. William of Thi my Al Oft n / vacs sir., beams and Coom Stap Chi i me am Podd to and nou get uh-p-motfp1 big to Bome steaks sir a we a a Dukich Fries and pie Quot j \ were is this customary ? 1 is of j Carl Schechinger David Knight Kerbs championship b a s k e b Allen to to 6 with Sac still Lead Richard Auen ing. The game tightened in the third Quarter when Only six Points sophomores William Waters. Thomas hot f were chalked up. Four by Sac and Man George Jacobs. Richard Cav two by Jefferson. The final adore was Sac 29. Jefferson 12 particular standouts were Wilbur schnirring and Russell Jennet for Sac City and Dale Fogle Dean Wilkins and Dean Curtis a or Jefferson. Curtis was High Point Man for the Ramblers with five Coon rapids splits Bill Ana ugh Robert Chapman Jerome Goecke. Elmo Bengford. Ivan Stangl. Team managers Joe Oehmich and Richard Schleisman. The Assembly closed with a yell both entire student body for the conference Champion tigers Ami a Short Pep rally marking the opening of the 1943-14 basketball season. Team last year is on the roster of the Drake first team As guard. Educator educates Birds As he shouts Midwest All Star with Exira team has clue to naval successes Iowa City a a happened when the professor went Hunting or. George Coleman of the University of Iowa flushed a Covey of Quad Coleman shot hit but did no to Knock the Bird Down. The Quail flew about 30 Yards wheeled and winged straight cack into the professor s hands. He has four witnesses. rap collection before closing the football books its Worth noting that the longest run reported to this dept. So far is a 103-Yard dash made by Bob King. Captain of the Hampton Institute a team against heres Whit Camp on thanksgiving Day. The California Golf writers association Russ Newland. Prez has voted to Quot divert �?T250 million dollars As a standing Reward for the deliverance of Hitler. Tojo and Mussolini. A by a Sirn service dept. The Kearns. I Tail. Arni air base apparently needs a camouflage eve Ert. In the first tit my r a. To /&Quot.vz, pm is Quot be a 3qrm to Rev a gig. T30 on in Carroll shift. of to Langenfeld i i to s Matt a 3 i 3 7 Korn i i j 3 nurse 0 to 3 0 Heider i 0 i 2 Hehle Tainan 0 i i i Kohnke. ___0 0 0 to la Wren n 0 0 totals 6 4 la 16 Denison 15 . of to Byers. A 0 i n i Kag gait a 2 a i 4 Meade 0 i i i Norelius i i 2 3 shines a. A 0 2 6 Champion o to i i Jackins ,. Titi a Leahy. _ n i 0 0 Halk a f 0 0 i knot i to o to Mchenry o to o totals 6 3 to 15 Trofe i period Carroll 1 5 la 16 16 Denison 4 6 12 15 15 officials Boone of Woodbine High school Des Moines East 33, lies Moines meat 28. Des Moines Lincoln 18, Valley in. Burlington Central i Muscatine . Mathias 39. Boone 23, fort Dodge 22. Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 32, Malvern 13. Corning 36, c Reston 32. Clinton Lyons High 43. Delmar 24. Carroll 16, Denison 15. Cellar rapids Wilson High 34, Grinnell 23. Davenport 44, c Linton 24. Nashua 27, c Barie City 26. Ottumwa 33. Keokuk 14. Ferry 31, grand Junction 18. Waterloo East 36, Cedar Calls teachers High 16. Waverly 48, w a e r i o o West 24. Webster City 31, Mason City Coon rapids special the Coon rapids girls dropped a hard game last night Exira 29 to 21. As the Coon rapids boys evened the count by taking the Exira boys by the score of 29 to 16. Coach r. L. Cowen of Coon rapids was lavish in the use of substitutes. Seeing that every Man on the squad had a Chance to get into the games for needed ex4>eri-ence. Davis of Coon rapids was tops on defense contributing heavily to a a a Chicago to size of the 1943 midwestern All Star service team chosen by the coaches for the associated press and you la have an idea of How the Iowa sea Hawks j and great lakes a teamed up Toj hand notre Dames National champions their Only loss of the season 1 six of seven former professional Grinders who made the Honor team wore members of the two Navy aggregations a the sea j Earle now showing world Premier of the All Ign \ Pich re a Mach i maa Kantor s a Happy land with Don am ech e Ann Ici Tineri Ord a Harry c Arey Alley top in is Mot enough that ? the sweep dolt. Tic Parvar ans Csc ath must be positive. A cd perhaps the but he f4jsy\ is sife to a suse. Be dead j by Tum to has Der i dict la cell Atni Bra w him / \ so him co Gallet ? holding Down the score of the i Hawks who softened up the Irish Exira boys team. High scorer for one saturday and great lakes the Coon boys was d. Blanchard who beat notre Dame the next who chalked up an imposing total in fact the sex pros were the of 15 Points Over half of the total j Only ones from those two Navy of the Coon score. Squads who were Able to crash the the Coon rapids teams have All stars first team with players been having practice difficulties from Camp Grant and Riley. Due to the recent fire which did much damage to the school gymnasium and have been forced to both army elevens taking the other five places. This was the lineup determined journey to Bayard each evening for j by the votes of coaches and Assis practice. Ohs Bodahl Corn Hisim. By Faith Baldwin copyright. T Sas inca pcs vice inc. A not Long chapter xxx f ate sunday afternoon Jim and Emily sat in the Small living room. In the drawing room doctor to his older daughter. He looked tired and very grave. A if its what she wants i warned her no elopement. A you la come Home and be married properly a i said. I talked Hall and Millicent were looking i scat of Vlach ther a a a a Bright resort folders. They would s i leave soon after the new year a a was Aorta a they loved their next door neighbors the i ,?e a11. Rig7 evaness were looking the fold Vav Aid sitting there in the crowded lobby a i tried so hard. But Wasny to any go. Iti make you unhappy but that can to be helped. All Day every Day no matter where i w As what i was doing i kept seeing your funny Little face hearing your voice feeling your arms about my neck your hair against my Cheek. He added that her parents would despise him. Not Drew with his Charm and his tired Good looks and his twinkling eyes. Not this new Drew with the cynicism gone. The anxiety in its place. Shed take him Home and the cd like him and accept Nim and shed marry him. Quietly there in the old Hall House. And after that was up to them. He said a a youth never believe but before i wired you i found a Job. begins the first of the year. Isnit much but will manage Quot he added Quot and and the Money. I mean Dorothy a. That will go Back to her. Nancy. You a rather you Quot Quot so much a the evaness were going Home their hands full of folders. Doctor half came out with his heavy tread. He would go to the station presently to meet Nancy and Drew Warner. Emily said after a moment erg with them seemed weeks since last night. When Jim had returned with her bag and the Blunt information that Nancy had gone to Boston to meet Drew Warner Emily had been beside herself. Nancy must be stopped someone must Stop her. A Why Quot asked Jim grimly. Quot its what she wants Isnit Quot that was what doctor Hall had decided when shortly Atter three in the morning he had finally located his younger daughter. She was of age. She could marry whom she pleased. She said half crying half laughing a but done to you see ifs the first time in be been Happy in months. No. Of course not. Yes Iti come Home Well both come Home. If you insist. Emily had returned when the Day nurse relieved her. The Hanson were on their Way from new York. The child was better. Her Mother met her her face streaked with tears she said. A Nancy has a Quot she knows All about Quot said Jim a let her alone let her get some sleep. She a worked like a he pushed mrs. Hall aside gently. A time enough in the morn my. A of Milf woke something after noon. She Lay there watching Wye wintry sunlight. She thought i of Only she a Happy when her father had gone upstairs toward two in the afternoon i Quot will be difficult for you Jim Nancy telephoned. She said Inco a i Means Quot she stopped Flushing Heron by that everything was won Quot if they Hadnot come Home if Deroui. She and Drew would be Home for supper. A that that Quot said doctor Hall they a just eloped would have been he said cheerfully Quot not All Quot he grinned Quot a a damned Quick cure. But you know Emily you could have cured me Long ago a Quot no a she said. A i . Every word i said was True. Drew will find her All that i told you the right Man would find her. You weren to the right Man Quot no. And i was too hard on her. I can see that. She a done me a great favor. Ill dance her wed Ding if she asks me. Iti wish Warner he thought. He a need . Later seeing them together. He was to realize that Drew Warner already had . Plenty of Luck All of Good with a girl who loved him. A if you go away Emily a he began. A a in a not going a she said serenely. Quot but Quot a a the the reason Quot she slowly Quot Why i thought of going. Does no to exist any More a he Shook his head. He said listening to doctor Halls car drive out Quot Iti never understand looking him. As he sat there smiling a her Mablue eyes blazing Bright under the Shock of red hair she thought you la understand this woman some Day. Not yet. He was cured of Nancy but for a Little while his heart would be wary. He fall into love again she thought gloriously confident. He would grow into . Seeing her every Day working with her feeling without conscious awareness her love around him. By Day by night. She turned to leave the room and he asked instantly a a where Are you going Quot a a upstairs. She must see her Mother talk to her try to persuade her that Nancy must follow her own heart try to make easier for Nancy when she and Drew came Don be gone Long a he said. Quot i she promised. Not Long her heart Sang As she went upstairs not too Long never too Long. Iti be Back she pledged silently after you have Learned miss me a Little. The pm Tants these four Midwest service Camps a a a a no a hauls and lib a Kalahari Al Riley. Tackle a roman Bents amp Ltd rant Anil Joe c Otonier c amp Grant. Guard a Nick Kera Sirotk Seaha weft and Rush let urn a real lakes. Center in be Barton Hea Hawks. Quarterback a Boh human Al Riley. Halfback a Dick Todd. Sea trains and Steve . Groat i Aikes. Rollback a Contin c Lait. Amp Grant. The seven who one time appeared on Gridiron of the nation a1 football league Are Schwartz. I Brooklyn Dodges Kerasiotis. Chi j Cage bears Banonis Chicago said cardinals Letlow Green Bay a Packer c o o in e r. Pittsburgh Steeles and Todd and Juzwik Washington redskins. Of the others Rentz played for Tulane Balaban for Texas Chi is-1 Tian. Human for Arizona and i Clatt for notre Dame and its j possible All four will find professional owners flirting with them the end of their military or j vice because of their Fine records this fall. Although the sea Hawks and great lakes failed to meet the Only combination of these four service teams which did not get scheduled the reputations of Banonis and Todd sifted into the great lakes coaches room to such an extent that those two sea Hawks received unanimous acclaim to the All Star squad the Only ones to draw a maximum quota of votes. Five of the sea Hawks were named on the second team. They were Wilfred Kramer tackle Bob Hook guard Jimmy Smith Frank Maznicki and Art Guepe backs. Receiving honorable mention were Bob Timmons ended Hodges tackle Bernard Mcgarry and George Tobin guards. New location of offices National farm loan association Federal land Banks Loans 520 n. Adams Perry production credit association feeder and barnyard loan 520 n. Adams fit dec Kuch and he fit i Enos by . r to int your a sub you re take go the of. Come knew hop. A Frog i trought Sou knew that / Bur you ohm blame of for. Wan i no to say Goodby to Juno twice can Sou May we suggest a fresh Frozen Cherry Black Raspberry Apple peach pie baked in a tender i Laky rust Carroll bakery state now showing Boh Hope a Betty Grable in Quot College swing Quot and Quot outlaws of stamped pass Quot red Ryder i Oder Tsoi Ouk to evx�-3 office and we co his ame Oke see -\>5e can i Fri i amt. Nome. C l. Or Ner a v by Fred Farman Loans for All essential purposes Complete local service s. Amp m. Finance company masonic Temple bldg. Phone 253 for Holiday Beauty phone 82 for an Early appointment for one of our Lovely natural permanents. You la like our Dandruff treatment. Tresa s Beauty shop

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