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March 17, 1983

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4A mE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday. March 17, 1983 @ people say, "It you have itflount it" and that is exactly what the Panthers as they took the class D sketball championship turday afternoon to suc- ssfully win cbampiouahi in sports within the same School year. ~ ~ The Panthers, who scoL~i and ' a~,eraged of 72 points per game dpring the regular season and Usually had little trouble with eir opponents, were forced to i me from behind in all three state tournament games, but +come from behind they did heating Filley 61-48, in the first round, L~ton, 51-47, and finally Coleridge in the championship contest, 5048. In their first round game ThUrsday afternoon in Pershing dditorium, the Panthers started off in usual fashion and held a 14-11 edge at the end of the first period of play, but the Fllley Wildcats were not to be de ed and came rearing back, outscoring the Panthers 14-10 in the second frame to take a 25-24 lead into the locker room at the ImlL But then the axe fell. The Panthers came out in the third quarter with their halt-oourt way that caused the Wildcats to commit nine turnevers in the period and gave the Panthers a chance to score 15 unanswered points to take a commanding 37- 28 lead. In the final period the Panthers did what they know beet, they simply wore down their opponents to make the final score look much easier than most of the game had been. Leading the Panther attack was Ed Menke with 18, Bill Kncera with 12 and Ed Karmazin with U. DOUg Dorn had 18 and Todd Zimmernmn had 17 for Fflley. Against Leytoo in the eemi- finals, the Panthers found themselves in the unusual posittou of being down at the end of the first period, behind by six, 20-14. The Panthers seemed to have met their match as the Warriors forged ahead nine points, 26-15, with 5:20 le t to go in the second quarter but the Lawrence quintet fought back to he within four at the halt, 29- 25. The steady pressure of the half and third-court press forced Leyton into committing turnoverl, 27 for the game, that allowed the Panthers to tie the score at 39 apiece with one period to go. Leyton was not about to let the game go, however, and surged out to an early 41-39 lead in the final eight minutes before the Panthers came roaring back with six mmnswered points to go ahead 45-41. Karmazin's four free throws in the final three i Fans of the Lawrence Pantllers cheer their team to a 50-48 victory in Saturday's Class D State Basketball Tour- ~nament, --Photo by Carl Swansod minutes of play iced the win for 144L T~ quickness and agility the Panthers. Pacing Lawrence of the Panthers continued to be were Menke with 14, Karmazin evident throughout the af- with 13 and Russ Faimon with ternoon as the Panthers con- 12. Wade Foster had 12 for tinued to hold the lead at the Leyton. half-way mark, 23-18. The The final game Saturday Bulldogs became tenancious in afternoon from the Devaney the third period, limiting the Sports Center tired all the ex- Panthers to 12 points while citemeat one could want in a tossing in 19 themselves and ball game. The Panthers came were ahead by four, 39-35, with out ready to tackle a taller a little over six minutes left to Coleridge team and by the end play in the game but ~gain the of the first period were ahead trap made famous by the Lawrence Panther [)~de /m,mma,~ ~44' teaches for the rebound in the final half of tht.~ B{,~,.'s State Basketball CLass D Championsllil~s held S3t',.,~a\. ,~ L~l+gotr, The Panthers won the final game. 50-48 -Photo by Carl Swanson Dance to the Progressive Country Sound of Playing 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Both Nights .. Are I ag el re $e, Y, ,. Open Daily From 1 p.m. to 1 a.m. 4 to 10 p.m. Sundays, Closed Mondays Happy Hour Monday Through Friday 5"30 to 6:30 p.m. "ght I Lad All You Lovely Ladies From 8 to 10 p.m I I u Bud Nigh Long Neck Buds At The Not So "" S All You Craz e and Sports Buffs Can Compete in a Variety of Loony Contests ners Sweetwater Will Bring You Variety of Entertainment including Country, Top 40's, 50's and 60's and Rock 'n Roll But No Hard Rock Sorry ........ You Are Welcome To A pening Celebration From 6 p.m. to 1 a.m. Private Parties May Book Our Lounge Room We Hope To Have Something For Everyone and Welcome Any Comments and Ideas For Entertainment . Mike Dena Cook 14 Noah Superior, Nebraska Panthers throughout the tournament forced turnovers that enabled the Panthers to clese the gap so that with 10 seconds remaining in the contest, Menke following up his own missed shot, put the Panthers ahead by one 49-48. Following a Coleridge time-out, Menke leaped high in the air to haul down a Bulldog pass in the Panther front court and would have sem'ed another two except for being fouled by Kris Olesou. Menke made one of the two shots. Coleridge's last gasp came with three left on the clock, not enough time to do anything, minau 6 and Bill Scoring for the Panthers was Coleridge was led Menke with 24, Karmazin with Hoffart with 18 11, Faimon with 7, Dale Kim- Doug Halme 12. Lawrence Panther Ed Karmazin (10) reaches for the rebound in the final minutes of the Boy's State Champion- ship Basketball game held in Lincoln. Lawrence won the CLass D title. --Photo by Carl Swanson Coleridge's Mike Hoffart (45) watches as Pather Ed Menke (14) reaches for the rebound quarter of Saturday's Class D Boy's State ChaC Basketball game held in Lincoln. -- Photo by With 115 members and 15 ready to join, the Superior Country Club has launched a membership drive to secure additional members before the 1983 golfing season gets into full swing. For the first time the club is offering a single membership for $165. Previous to this year the only membership plan was a family membership which currently costs $280 per year. In addition, the club will repeat this year the associate mem- hership program which permits a perspective member to pay green fees for one year prior to becoming a full member. Several improvements have been made to the club course and facilities in recent months. During the winter, the grounds staff has been trimming and removing trees along the creek to make it easier to locate stray balls. Additional cart houses were constructed late last year and a new $7,000 curb mower has recently been received. Val Helm is club president this year. Other officers include USDA Choice Darrell Thayer, vice president, Roe Peterson, secretary, and Lois Sullivan, treasurer. Directors are Richard Sullivan, Steve Ordich, Darold Hiatt, Robert Cristelli, Everett Lillich, Ronald Thompson, Helm, Thayer, and Peterson. Lillich, Cristelli and Sullivan compose the" building com- mittee. Ordich is serving as tournament director. Wednesday + afternoon is Men's Day. :I'he men's league program will begin April 20 and conclude Oct. 27. Kroager are members of the With a golf committee. Helen Troudt is week, Monday chairman of the bridge com- designated as mittee. Mary Lou Marshall, Glenda Thayer is Marie Marshall, Frances Friday night Gowen and Adria Gebers are Mr. and Mrs. Jim members of the house corn- and Mrs. Clarence mittee, directors. Superior elementarY should be contacted. THursday is Ladies Day at The Superior school district the country club. The ladies has annot~ced a preschool kick-off lunchem has been set screening project for children List indicated this for May 5. The Ladies Day aged two and a halt through five net set up as a program will begin May 26 and to take place April 21. screening, conclude on Aug. 26. The purpose of the screening, kindergarteners are Lucille Richardson is which is offered at no cnst to the The more president of the ladies division, children living in the district, is dergarten Glenda Thaver is vice to provide the parent or held on April 26 president, Lona Roll, socretary, guardian and the school district formation to he and Mary Lou Marshall, information relating to the on thaL treasurer. Directors include child's educational develop- Margaret Wrench, Dee ment. Areas covered by the Thompson, Joyce Baird and screening are hearing, vision,Utecht Phyliss Cristelli. Pare Hoofs, gross and fine motor Silver Judy Moore, and Marge development, concepts and communication. Approximately at Broken 30 minutes will be required for each child to complete the Scott Utecht, .screenlng process, son of Mr. and Upon completion of the Utecht, Superior, screening, letters will be sent to in the Silver participating parents or guardians explaining the resu~. Letters were marled this week to parents of children in the district explaining the project, however, if a parent does not receive a letter and wishes a child to participate, Terry List, Sides ........... 260 lb. Avg. $116 Hind Quarters... 1 20 lb. Avg. $1.41 Fore Quarters... 140 lb. Avg. $1.14 comvetition at Saturday evening. the 70-pound was decisioned by Broken Bow. matches were Mr. Utecht and Kirk,' Utecht and Jimmy Clausen. 20 lb. Beef Roasts 10 lb. Beef Steaks I 0 lb. Ground Beef 5 lb. Beef Ribs 5 lb. Stew Meat 50 lb. Total 50 lb. Freezer Beef Bundle $65.00 All Freezer Beef Cut and Wrapped Free Charburgers (8 oz.)... 5 lb. Pkg. $6.95 Ground Beef ............. lb. $1.19 Ground Beef Patties ...... lb. $1.29 Ground Pork ............. lb. $1.29 Ground Pork Patties ...... lb. $1.39 Pork Sausage ............ lb. $1.30 Pork Sausage Patties ..... lb. $1.40 Beef Liver ................. lb. 59 Pork Liver ................. lb. 406 Roode Hot Dogs ....... 2 lb. Pkg. $2.09 Sliced Bacon ............. lb. $1.1'9 Beef Stick ............... lb. $4.00 Beef Jerky ............... lb. $5.99 Phone 402-879-3611 301 WeSt 1st Street - Superior, Neb. Annual Membership Full Family, Golf ................ Social ............................ High School Student .............. Single College Student ............ Married College Student ......... l Single Adult .................... One Member of Family Golfer..... *Out-of-town ................. '... Initiation Fee, in town ............. Initiation Fee out-of-town ......... II No Student Initiation Fee Club House Rental ............... Out-of-town members - anyone living of a 7-mile radius. Wednesday p.m. is Men's Day - No Allowed after 2:00 p.m. (Men's lea run from April 20 to October 27) Thursday a.m. is Ladies Day - No Men before noon (Women's league will , from May 26 to August 26) For Membersbips Contact: Lois Sullivan At Security National Bank Or Darold Hiatt Phone: 402-879-4575