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March 3, 1983

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y Thursday, March 3, 1983 THE SUPERIOR EXPREF~ ~ ~ being beaten out of a spot by Axtell tgo in regional play J the Nelson Tigers of the district last year, the Panthers earned a the 1982 Class D state Lincoln next for this season, 57- play at Hastings Tuesday night time for each other out as went out in front by but the Panthers up the tempo in the outscorlng their 16-8, to take a com- 28-18 lead into the room at the intermission. came out in the Period all fired up, holding just nine points, they could not quite house in order to of their tiveness. The the final put the game out of in 20 points while to 13. Lawrence attack Faimon with 20 points with 14. Roun- the Panther scoring Kucera with 9, Dale with Ed Karmazin Hoelting adding 4. paced by Rich and M. Keen with now 20-1 on the take on Filley (19-2) noon in Pershing which is ) to the state six years, earned by downing Lourdes 47-44 in victory. of the district Meridian made it but the Lawrence to sweat a bit the Mustangs night in Hebron. exchanged hands in the first half leading at any one more than four points. of the first eight was tied at 12 all with holding a slight at the half. The continued to make it game throughout the the run and of Panther offense take its toll and erupted with a 22. Period while holding only five. held in free throws, 78 percent but the 42 rebounds 32, mostly of- grabs that allowed two imes three shots often could an. attempt. Panthers was Ed who scored eight of in the final period, 13, eight in and Russ 12. Rounding out attack was Ed Kucera and Dan Heelting with two. in 24 Ls the of the Mustangs to year as the Meridian 64- season play. rounds of the easily two previous Lttng Bruning in 78-64, and then by almost an ng Co. East Third Derior, Neb. vances Ed Menke, 5'11" senior from Lawrence, goe~high over his opponents to score two of his 10 points during ~.he district final against Meridian at Hebron Friday night, It was nip and tuck for three quarters before the Panthers broke it open in the final stanza with a series of fast breaks. Meridian defender is Scott Roesler (33), who led the Mustangs' scoring for the night with 22 points. --Express Photo The Panthers wasted no time cause were Bill Kucera with 9, Kimminau each had 16 points getting th~ lead on Blurting Dan Svoboda 4 and Hcelting and and Karamzin had 15 to lead the jumping off to a 5-21ead early in Doug Buescher each 2. Kevin Panthers with Faimon adding the first quarter, but the Bears Wolfteich had 20 and Scott Most 10, Svoboda four and Hoelting came roaring back to finish the 16 to pace the~eam,- and Williams each two. Bruce period ahead by two, 24-22. In The Panthers Put I0 points on Vitosh garnered 14 for Odell. the second period the Panthers the 'intheirg inst The three wins give the Mark Stinson has ideas of taking the ball to the basket against Central City Monday night but the Bison defender has other ideas. Instead of grabbing the ball, the defender got part of Stinson as well. Other Wildcat players are (from left): Tom Sorenson, Jim Placke and Terry Cox. -Photo by Jim Miller Former Superior earlier than usual at 2:30 p.m. A special seminar produced boy earns state bythe Economic Development wrestling title committee will be at 3:20 p.m.- 4:30 p.m. Representatives of Malty Nissen, a senior .from Aurora, Holdrege, Cambridge,Monday Matinee Ravenna HighSchool, returned Oxford and Hildreth will W L7 home with the gold when he highlight and present five- Arlos' scored 25 points and captured minute business success stories Superior Bowl 48 44 the 145 pound Class C State of their respective com- American Legion 46 45% wrestling title at the Bob munitles.U SouthPlatte Superior Jewelers 484248 Devaney Sports Complex in economic development Superior Floral Lincoln Saturday, Feb. 19. directories will be distributed at Hardy Gala 41 51 The son of Mr. and Mrs: Mike the meeting. Nissen, he lived in Superior Alko on file agenda will be while his father was a teacher in dtstinguis~d guests. Dr. Gene the Superior schools and later Koepke of Kearney State For Cemetery an employee of Mid-~uerica College and Don Dworak, Dairymen, Inc. His father won recently appointed director of the NCAA wrestling title in 1963, the economic development and is the only Nebraskan to department. Mark Buckley, accomplish that feat. Wilcox, will be moderator of the markers and Marry had a 25-0 season, panel diacusgion. Board members will meet at 4:30 p.m. A social hour at the Town Hall will begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m. Pianos Wanted Turn your unused piano into CASH! Write MilO Martin, Box 579. vases Many in stock for Memorial Day delivery started to put on the preasure Odell in the semi-final round and led at the half, 41-35. Four before Odell could score a field Panthers were in double figures goal. Again rebounds were the for the night. Menke had 10, deciding factor as the Panthers Karmazin and Kimminau 15 hauled down 51 while Odsll and Faimon 12. Helping the could grab only 35. Menke and "n We're looking forward to serv, g you with all of your How is your supply of: -Letterheads? .Envelopes? Office Forms? Business Cards? Post Cards? Rubber Stamps? "Brochures? -Statements? Filing Cards? *Catalogs? "Circulars? Business Forms? Use Our High Quality Copier ! Our well trained staff and modern, photo offset printing equipment will complete your printing with quality 148 Eas Third / Superior, Neb. .r, Nebraska 879-3284~ Panthers a 19-1 record for the season. Wilcox will host SPUCC Phone 402-382.7061. tender fresh Grade A Printing Error On Our Handbill Was Turkey Hindquarters Should Be Chicken Hindquarters Don't Miss Our Big grazy 8 Sale Bill (rl] Crazy ") lif ! don't get toI /sal~, J~"eK~8 / Bag Popcorn ~ .---~----- And Coke Sample 2o Lb. Bag Frlday and Saturday :, Coke ore ida .Or Hew den F att Diet Coke 15 Oz. cox 2 Liter High individual game and series: Yvonne Ehlers, 191, 486; high team game: American Legion, 984; high team series: Arlo's, 2,753. Very few participants in marriage ceremonies recall the "for poorer" phrase. If you will nmke it a habit to go to church on Sunday, you will find that admission is free. John Price Megrue-Price 750 Commercial Superior, Neb. Phone 879-3900 , C Thank You Frozen LOON Tomato Ore Ida Aunt Jemima ' Juice 4, oz. Hash.Brown W; ,ffles Pot, Original Or 24 Oz. Blueberry .ox - ,00,. ; Our Family Yellow Pl] Dick and Franks *". ~41Bag 4BL:' j 4th and National Superior, Neb. Gov. Robert Kerrey will be the featured speaker Tuesday when Wilcox will host The South Platte United Chambers of Commerce meeting. All committee meetings are to he at the Lion's Hall. Tourism and legislative committ~ meetings will start an hour "t