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|A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, April 20, 1972 SuperiorWins Ed Wier Track Meet Superior, in one of its best track team showings of many years literally ran away with the first place standings in the annual Ed Weir track meet held here Tuesday. By placing in 11 of the 12 running events, Superior compounded a total of 61 points, 16 more than second place Deshler with 45 points. While running seemed to be the name of the game, strong man Rob Applegate added 12 points to Superior's total by taking first place in both the shot put and the discus. Final team standings among the 10 teams participating were: Superior 61; Deshler, 45; Harvard, 44; Nelson, 42; Sandy Creek, 31; Lawrence, 17; Adams Central, 141/2; Blue Hill, 13; Red Cloud, 121/2; and Sutton, 8 points. Voted the most valuable participant in the meet was Dan Shaw of Sandy Creek. Shaw, was picked after the meet, by a vote of the coaches. Rhonda Braun, sophomore was the meet queen. Names of those who placed in the different events are listed below: Shot put: 1. Ap_plegate (s), 2. Squires (sc), 3. Oltmans (N), 4. Thurin (L), 5. Britten (BH). Discus: 1. Applegate (S), 2. Buschow (BH), 3. Eilers (N), 4. Poppe (N), 5. Fitzgerald (S). Pole Vault: 1. Yost (RC), 2. Dowse (H), 3. Sittner (AC), 4. Siebecker (S), 5. Crookshank (N). Long jump: 1. Farrand (H), 2. discuss and Rick Alexander (right) won the 880-yard dash. SUPERIOR SWEPT the Ed Wler Track and Field Meet Tuesday. Bob Lowery (picture at left) led the entire way in the mile-run. Rob Applegate (second picture) won the shot-put and Express Photos Ehiers (D), 3. Schardt (D), 4. Holle (D), 5. Poppe (N). High jump: I. Bergen (Sut), 880-yard relay: 1. Harvard, 2. 2. Ehlers (D), 3. Lichty (D), 4. Nelson, 3. Red Cloud, 4. Eberherdt (D), 5. Hubl (L). Lawrence, 5. Superior. Mile relay: I. Superior, 2. Harvard, 3. Adams Central, 4. Lawrence, 5. Deshler. 100-yard dash: I. Shaw (SC), 2. Menke (N), 3. Kinyoun (S), 4. (tie) Thon'rpson (SC) and Pierce (RC). 220-yard dash: 1. Menke (N), 2. Wilson (S), 3. Kinyoun (S), 4. Pierce (RC), 5. Herz (L). 100yard low hurdles: 1. Crookshank (N), 2. Schroder (SC), 3. Holle (D), 4. Kimminau (L), 5. Verbeck (H). 880-yard run: I. Alexander (S), 2. Schmidt (D), 3. Farrand (H), 4. Intermill (S), 5. Kleine (H). PEOPLE ASK US ABOUT ASPIRIN FOR ARTHRITIS For most people with arthritis, aspirin is still considered the best medicine. But, to be effective, a physician must diagnose the type of arthritis (there are many kinds), and he must determine if the person can tolerate aspirin and if so, how much they can take. Then, he will set a schedule and plan the overall treatment pro- gram necessary to try to control arthritis and prevent disability. Don't be lured into thinking you can do it yourself, for some advertising can be misleading. It can make arthritis sound like nothing much more than a disease of minor aches and pains. The truth is, arthritis can be a very serious disease and that prompt and qualified medical attention is necessary. YOU OR YOUR DOCTOR CAN I'IIONE US when you need a delivery. We will deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people rely on us for their health needs. We welcome requests for delivery service and charge accounts. Chard Drug Store Phone 879-4234 Superior, Nebr. 440-yard dash: 1. Shaw (SC), 2. Wilson (S), 3. Thompson (AC), 4. Gray (D), 5. Dixon (H). One-milerun: : 1. Lowery (S), 2. Lemke (L), 3. Voorhees (H), 4. Michels (N), 5. Hartman (BH). Two-mile run: I. Dickson (H), 2. Frickey (AC), 3. Kinney (BH), 4. Kank (Sut), 5. Hiatt (S). 120-yard hurdles: 1. Wolfe (SC), 2. Holle (D), 3. Kort (BH), 4. Nelson (H), 5. Hubl (L). Two -mile relay: 1. Nelson, 2. Sandy Creek, 3. Deshler, 4. Superior, 5. Harvard. Triple jump: 1. Farrand (H), 2. Holle (D), 3. Schardt (D), 4. Ehlers (D), 5. Wolf (SC). Freshmen 880-yard relay: 1. Superior, 2. Nelson, 3. Deshler, 4. Lawrence, 5. Blue Hill. Ruskin Holds Meet Teams with identical scores 4. Geraldine Harms, (C) 6'91/z"; of 64 points won the dual, girls 5. Audrey Schropfer, (0) 6'9". and boys, invitational track meet held at Ruskin last Thursday. Byron won the girls division and Guide Rock won the boys division. Byron was followed by Chester, 45˝; Ohiowa, 42˝; Ruskin, 40; Hardy, 30; and Guide Rock, 19. Individual results were: Softball Throw: 1. Kay Hater, (O); 2. Cindy Bahe, (0); 3. Wanita Breault, (H); 4. Janet Meyer, (C); 5. Diane Sohier- meyer, (R). High Jump: 1. Sandra Grauerholz, (B) 4'6"; 2. Judy Rippe, (C) 4'2"; 3. Patsy Nun, CO) 4'; 3. Deb Seoville, (C) 4'; 3. Vicki Rogers, (G.R.) 4'. Discus: 1. Deb Meyer, (R) 07'11V4"; 2. Maria Rngge, (R) ) ,,. 851 , 3. Janet Meyer, (C) 81'10˝"; 4. Debra Doughman, (G.R.) 70'I"; 5. Cindy Bahe, (O) 69'9". Long Jump: 1. Denise Eitz- man, (B) 14'7"; 2. Audrey Schropfer, (0) 14'51/4" 3. Marcella Stichka, (R) 14'2%"; 4. Sandra Grauerholz, (B) 13'7%"; 5. Diane Jonson, (H) 13'5˝". Shot Put: 1. Denise Eitzmann, (B) 31'8%"; 2. Sharon Bulin, (0) 31'5V4"; 3. Maria Rogge, (R) 31'2"; 4. Evonne Rippe, (C) 26'11"; 5. Cindy Bahe, (O) 28'10˝". Standing Broad Jump: 1. Sandra Grauerholz, (B) 7'5˝"; 2. LaRae Eitzmann, (H) 6'10"; 3. Ann Sweet, (H) 6'10"; The FOld Team gives you savings and space in trucks that handle like cam! 50 Yard Low Hurdles: 1. Marsha Petersen, (H) 7.9; 2. Ann Gilkisen, (C) 8.9; 3. Lena Stych, (0) 9.0; 4. Evonne Freitag, (B) 9.1; 5. Marsha Poppe, (C) 9.3. 50-Yard Dash: 1. Kim Kulek, (G.R.) 6.7; 2. Pat Hofts, (R) 6.8; 3. Melva Reinke, (B) 7.0; 4. Sue Wenske, (B) 7.1; 5. Rhonda Rippe, (0) 7.2 440-Yard Dash: 1. Debby Kamper, (B) 1.09.6; 2. Marsha Petersen, (H) 1.10.3; 3. Sarah Hiller, (R) 1.12.9; 4. Patti Hoins, (G.R.) 1.14.4; 5. Deb Scoville, (C) 1.15. 220 Yard Dash: 1. Denise Burton, (C) 29.2; 2. Sue Wenske, (B) 30.4; 3. Vicki Rogers, (G.R.) 30.6; 4. Debby Kemper, (B) 30.7; 5. Rogene Christensen, (R) 31.6. 100-Yard Dash: 1. Pat Hofts, (R) 12.7; 2. Melva Reinke, (C) 12.9; 3. Debra Burton, (C) 13.1; 4. Rhonda Rippe, (O) 13.3; 5. Denise Burton, (C) 13.5. 880-Yard Run: 1. Janet Schropfer, (0) 2:45.0; 2. Marsha Poppe, (C) 2:48.5; 3. Judy Rippe, (C) 2:10.8; 4. Julie Hietmann, (B) 3:11.9; 5. Pare Kemper, (B) 3:18.0 880-Yard Relay: 1. Byron 2:00.2; 2. Guide Rock, 3. Ohiowa; 4. Chester. 220-Yard Relay: 1. Byron 30.4; 2. Ruskin, 30.8; 3. Hardy, 31.6; 4. Chester, 32.3. 440-Yard Relay: 1. Hardy, 58.5; 2. Ohiowa, 58.9; 3. Ruskin, 59.5; 4. Chester, 60.2; 5. Guide Rock, 63.8. Guide Rock 19. Save up to $212" on ' Ford Explorer Specials On F-100 or F-250 pickups. Save up to $28* on Package "A" with special paint and seat trim. foam seats (Custom), bumper guards, bright drip molding, bright hub caps, vinyl door trim panels (Custom). Save up to $66* on Package "B"--includes "A" plus mag wheel covers (F-100). spear moldings, bright Swing-Lok mirrors, bright box rails (long WB F-100 only). Save up to $125" on Package "C"--includes "B" plus power steering, auto. trans. Save up to $212" on Package "D'-- includes "C" plus tinted glass, air ˘onditioningl Space for 5 and gear galore in Ford Club Wagons Easily converts to a motel- on-wheels! New sliding door for easier access, loading1 • Whitewalls end radio shown ere separate option& Price reductions baaed on manufacturer's suggested retail prices which am not determinative of dealer's actual selling prices. See your Ford Dealer for his terms. Bill Morris Ford 254 EAST THIRI) STREET TELEPHONE 879.3263 SU! ERIOR, NEBRASKA i Shot Put; 1. Wilbur Kirchner, (G.R.) 43'10%"; 2. Ted Hen- i derson, (G.R.) 40'43A"; 3. Dave Petersen, (H) 39'6%"; 4. Paul Petersen, (R) 39'13/4"; 5. Left Pankoke, iF) 36'1%". Long Jump: 1. John Janssen, (O) 19'9"; 2. Bruce Freitag, (B) 19'8L,z"; 3. Wilbur Kirchner, (G.R.) 19'7"; 4. Derick Petersen, (H) 18'6"; 5. Steve Kulck, (G.R.) 17'61& ''. High Jump: 1. Wilbur Kir- chner, (G.R.) 511 ...., 2. John Janssen, (O) 5'5"; 3. Marlyn Heitmann, (B) 5'5 '; 4. Lonnie Freitag, (B) 5'5"; 5. Bruce Krause, (B) 5'5". Triple Jump: I. Arlo Thayer, (R) 38'9"; 2. Bruce Freitag, (B) 368" 3. John Janssen, (0) 37'10˝"; 4. Derick Petersen, (H) 36'7"; 5. Wilbur Kirchner, (G.R.) 35'10". Discus: 1. Arlo Thayer, (R) 120'93/4"; 2. Wilbur Kirchner, (G.R.) 115'11"; 3. Dan Sieber, (0) 112'8"; 4. Steve Kuiek, (G.R.) 98'83/4"; 5. Rod Matthies, (0) 98'5". Pole Vault: I. Wilbur Kir- 'chner, (G.R.) II'˝"; 2. Craig Robb, (G.R.) 9'6"; 3. Jon Eggers, (B) 8'6"; 4. Mark Eggers, (R) .... 5. 8 6 , Paul Weber, (B) 8'6". 60-Yard High Hurdles: I. Gene Hansen, (R) 6.7; 2. Wilbur Kirchner, (G.R.) 9.1; 3. Arlo Thayer, (R) 9.2; 4. Dan Sieber, (0) 9.9; 5. Jim Shaw, (G,R.) I0'0. Two-Mile Run: I. Gary Kor- belik, (O) D.22.5; 2. B. Phillips, (O) 12.01.9; 3. Rod Ehman, (F) 12.10; 4. Steve Heitmann, (B) 12.20.4; 5. Lee Larsen, (H) 12.53.9. 440-Yard Dash: I. Lyle Delka, (H) 57.8; 2. Paul Weber, (B) 58.0; 3. Deriek Petersen, (H) 58.4; 4. Greg Edwards, (H) 58.7; 5. Bill Bayman, (F) 58.6. 100-Yard Dash: I Lyle Delka, (H) 11.2; 2. Steve Knick, (G.R.) 11.3; 3. Tim Renz, (R) 11.4; 4. Mark Eggers, (R) 11.5; 5. Arlo Thayer, (R) 11.5˝. One-Mile Run: I. Jon Eggers, (B) 4.54; 2. Galen Niederldein, (0) 5.27.6; 3. Dan Pedersen, (H) 5.28; 4. Rick Sholtz, (G.R.) 5.40.6; 5. Freddie Hofts, (R) 5.42.4. 100-Yard Low Hurdles: 1. Gene Hansen, (R) 12.5; 2. Mark Eggers, (R) 12.6; 3. Wilbur Kirchner, (G.R.) 13.0; 4. Meyer, (0) 13.5; 5. Larry Schultz, (R) 13.8. 220-Yard Dash: 1. John Janssen, (0) 24.2; 2. Steve Kuiek, (G.R.) 24.7; 3. Tirn Renz, (R) 25-3; 4. Bill Krause, (B) 25.9;5. Greg Edwards,(H) 26.3. 880-Yard Run: 1. Joe Masch- mann, (R) 2:07.4; 2. Richard Metcalf, (C) 2:10.2; 3. Paul Weber, (B) 2:16; 4. Steve Cantrell, (F) 2:16.9; 5. Shane Reed (F) 2:18.9. Mile Relay: 1. Guide Rock 4:07.9; 2. Fairmont, 3. Ohiowa, 4. Ruskin. • 30-Yard Relay: 1. Ruskin, 1:41.6; 2. Ohiowa, 1:44.5; 3. Byron, 1:47.9; 4. Guide Rock, 1:53.6; 5. Campbell, 1:56. Two-Mile Relay: 1. Hardy, 10.18; 2. Byron; 3. Ohiowa. Final Score: 1. Guide Rock, 64; 2. Ruskin, 61; 3. Ohiowa, 48; 4. Byron, 42; 5. Hardy, 36; 6. Fairmont, 12; Campbell, 5. Guide Rock, which led the boys meet with 64 points, followed by Ruskin, 61; Ohiowa, 48; Byron, 42; Hardy, 36; Fairmont, 12 and Campbell, 5. i The All-Sports ATHLETIC BANQUET Sponsored by THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL West Eighth Street Mon., April 24 7:00 p.m. The honored guests of Superior Business Men will be the 1971J2 Football, Basketball, Track, Wrestling, Baseball and Golf Athletes of Superior High School and the Coaching Staff Guest Speaker Will Be ..... Eddie Sutton Head Basketball Coach, Creighton University i Tickets are being sold by the Members of the Sports & Education Committe the High School Coaching Staff and the Chamber of Commerce Office Phone 879-3419 Nelson Wins Kenesaw Invitational Nelson won the Kenesaw Invitational track meet last Friday. A total of 12 schools par- ticipated. Nelson scored 58 points to 50 for runner-up Lawrence. The following boys scored points for Nelson: Kittens Enter Aurora Meet Superior's seventh, eighth and ninth grade track teams entered a special junior-high school track meet at Aurora Saturday. The seventh and eighth grade teams competed together and the Superior team finished fourth with 38 points. Central City was first with 63, Grand Island Northwest and St. Paul tied for second with 40 points. Superior was followed by Aurora, 33; Albion, 18%; York 12; Hampton, 6; and Grand Island Central Catholic with 51/2. Superior's ninth grade team didn't do nearly as well, however, many of the ninth graders are competing with the Varsity team and didn't enter the Aurora meet. Superior finished in eighth place with six points. Aurora first with 76 was followed by Grand Island, North West, 47˝; Albion, 40˝; Central City, 39˝; St. Paul, 12; Grand Island Central Catholic, 11˝; York, 7; and Superior, 6. Placings of Superior con- testants include: 440-yard dash: 3. David Rempe, 61.2. 100-yard low hurdlesi 5. David Jorgensen, 14.1. 220-yard dash: 3. David Hamilton, 26.9 and 4. Curt Bargen, 27.4. 440-yard relay: 4. Team of David Hamilton, Tim Fitz- gerald, Curt Bargen, and David Jorgensen with a time of 54.5. Mile relay: 2. Team com- posed of Kenny Carter, Rick Graham, Jonny Rogers and David Rempe with a time of 4:17.9. This was under the old Aurora record of 4:24.6 set in 1071. However, the St. Paul team seta now record of 4:11.8. 0-yard run: 1. Kenny Carter with a record time of 2:17.7. The old record of 2:27.4 was held by Morrison of St. Paul. It was set in 1967. 60-yard low hurdles: 5. Craig Dominy, 9.7. 60-yard dash: 2. Rick Graham, 7.4 and 4. David Hamilton, 7.4. 100-yard dash: 3. Rick Graham, 11.7. Shot: 2. David Hamilton, 42'2˝". Pole vault: 3. Steve Crooksianks, 9'6". High jump: I. Gaylor Poppe, 5'9t:; ". Shot put: 4. Craig Oltmans, 42'101/z ''. Triple jump: 2. Gaylor Poppe, 39'111/2" . 100-yard dash: 2. Bob Menke, 11.1. 60-yard high hurdles: 2. Gaylor Poppe, 9.1. Discus: 1. Stan Eilers, Pole Vault: 3. Rod Thelander, 7'6". 880-yard dash: 3. Jerry Rempe, 2:17.5. Mile: 3. Paul Stiles, 5:06. Admitted: Mrs. Caroline Taylor, Hardy; Mrs. Cecilia Albertson, Hardy; Mrs. Lillian Davey, Superior; Mrs. Katherine Munday, Superior; Mrs. Katherine Jasperson, Nelson; Boyd O. Burge, Republic; George Lawson, Superior; William E. Ward, Superior; Mrs. Erman Hansen, Superior; Mrs. Ermal Hansen, Superior; Will Kottmeyer, Superior; Lynn Johnston, Nelson; B. K. Fuller, Superior; Mrs. Mary Elledge, Superior; Victor Nielsen, Nelson; Mrs. Max Bixby, Hardy; Mrs. Lawrence Bothwell, Hardy; Mrs. Karen Christensen, Hardy; Chester Harig, Deshler; Mrs. J. W. Healey, Superior; Henry Philip Wherman, Nelson; Mrs. Gwen Wehrman, Nelson; Mrs. Mable Lynch, Nora; Julene Kimminau, Lawrence. 128'10"; 2. Gaylor 125'7". Mile run: 5. Jerry 5:06. 100-Yard low hurdles: l.J Crookshanks, 12.0. 220-yard dash: 23.9. Freshman 440-yard Nelson, 53.9. Two-mile relay: 1. 8:54.6. SS0-yard relay: 2. 1:40.6. Mile Relay: 4. The fifth annual Invitational track meet held in Nelson on 28. This year there total of 22 schools There are nine schools class C division and in the class D division. Medals will be the first three places relays. There will be trophies for the times in the ys. trophy will be winner of each division traveling trophy overall point totals outstanding trackman will also be presented tot chosen by the outstanding meet The following competing: Class C--Blue, chester, Harvard, Lawrence, Red Creek, Sutton and Meridian. Class D--Nelson, Byron, Chester, D Deshler, Exeter, Guide Rock, Hardy, Ruskin and OLD PROCESS Soybean Meal & 41 - 43% Natural Protein 3.5% Natural Fat • Quality 'Livestock Performance and Nutritional ante are proven results; when your ration OLD PROCESS "HI FAT" SOYBEAN • You van always be sure its "OLD PROCESS" toasted flavor, non-dust appearance, and texture. • Old Process Soybean Products are properly to provide maximum amino acid contents rations. • Customer Formulations manufactured upon Grain States Soya, Norval L. 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