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Superior, Nebraska
May 3, 1973     The Superior Express
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May 3, 1973

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8A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday. May 3, 1973 IT WAS AUTOGRAPH time for Cornhusker star Jerry List following the athletic banquet Monday evening, ExpreSs Photo ........ IA I Cat Concepts Tuesday evening the Y-Teens held an installation service at the First Baptist Church, home church of this year's president. Merri Pettigrew. New officers, cabinet members and mothers council were installed. New officers include Cindy Beclder. president: Karin Clabaugh, vice-president ; Margaret Schaaf, secretary; Delaine Smith, treasurer; and Cindy Heitmann. Student Council representative. Staff members of the Flashlight and yearbook, SHS publications, will be honored at ~a~-host banquet Friday evening the Hotel Leslie. New members of Quill and Scroll will be installed. Invitations to membership have been issued to Cindy Keith, Terresa Long and Sharon Utecht, seniors; and Mary Beaumont. Mary Disney, Paulette Duncan, Jody Herr- mann. Pam Hill. Tom Swiec- zkowski. Karen Wilcox and Paula Wulf. juniors. Quill and Scroll is an in- ternational society for high school journalists who have contributed to publications and are in the upper third of their class. Several Superior business are giving office education students the opportunity to get on-the-job training. The students work one-half days over a period of one week. The businesses are training these students: Kim Clabaugh, Farmers State Bank: Margaret Dethloff, Mid-American Dairymen ; Marietta Jansen. Sears; Jan Evert. Christensen & Son, Inc.; Sharon Utecht, Superior Clinic; Nancy White, Downing & Downing; Pat Wilhelms, Rhoads' Secretarial Service; Cindy Wulf, Security National Bank; and Cindy Young, Whitney's Insurance Agency. Classical League Won Lost Tent's Queens 75 33 Doctor's Dollies 71% 32~z Seever's 64 40 Security Bank 42 66 Mid-Am 42 66 Drake's TV 42 66 Christensen's 35% 68]& High individual game: Pat Sterba, 193; high individual series: Lucille Richardson, 481; high team game: Tent's Queens, 923; high team series: Tent's Queens, 2,683. Sharon McGowan bowled tri plicate scores of 148 for which she will receive recognition from WIBC. cuYel ~lOVt THI R|lr~ "FAIRWAY" RIDING MOWER- THE PRIDE AND PLEASURE MACHINE MARTIN Implement Co. Phone 879-4019 SUPERIOR, NEBRASKA circus Mayl3 America's only five-ring circus appearing under a circus big top will be in Superior for two special performances on Mothers Day. The tent is 320 feet long and 150 feet wide. The Carson and Barnes Circus travels on 35 equipment carrying trucks with another 30 Softball Games Begin Saturday The Little girls' softball team will see action beginning Saturday, May 5, at 5 o'clock. Following this game, the women's first and second teams will be playing. All the teams will be playing each Saturday evening in May. Last year the first and second teams played 35 games. The first team lost two games and the second team lost four. This year's schedule is as follows: June 4--Superior at Ruskin June 7--Superior Women vs. Superior. June 11--Superior at Lawrence. June 18--Nelson at Superior. June 22--Superior at Deshler. June 25--Ruskin at Superior. June 28--Superior vs. Superior Women. July 2--Lawrence at Superior. July 9---Superiol" at Nelson. July 12-.Deshler at Superior. house-cars and trailers for the staff and personnel. The circus has a staff of 200 people. The Carson and Barnes Circus carries the largest traveling zoo and is the only circus in America that features a giraffe. Spectators are invited to the showgrounds at the Superior airport Sunday morning to watch the arrival of the circus and the raising of the world's largest circus tent. Superior Kiwanis Club and Key Club members are selling tickets which are good for admission to the grounds, the show and all special exhibits. In Finals At Maryville Meet The Peru State trackmen finished third in a four-team field at Marysville, Me., April 27. Among the participants was Rob Applegate of Superior. Applegate tossed the shot 45'8%" and also had a fourth place toss in the discus at 129'9". Except when fishing through the ice, anglers are limited to two lines with not more than two hooks each, when fishing in any lake, pond, or reservoir or within one-half mile of their inlets, outlets, or canals. JuIt released: Omn Torlno 2-Dent Hardtop with new Luxury Decor Package and WSW tires. ,Surprising luxury in a mid-size car. Pictured above ill the Interior of the Gran Torino with Luxury Decor Package. Optional electric rear window de- froster. (Torino's major compet- Itor doesn't offer it.) Torlno offers op- tional steel-belted radial ply tires on ell models. Scott-Hourigan Company YOI k Nebraska) 254 East 3rd e , essmen A record setting crowd was present in the high school cafeteria Monday evening for tim annual Superior High School Athletic Banquet. A total of 386 tickets were sold for tim event sponsored by the Superior Chamber of Commerce. For the first time, girl athletes and mothers were invited to the traditionally male event. Jerry List, a three-year football letterman with the University of Nebraska, was the guest speaker. List, who will receive a B.S degree this spring, has been drafted by the Oakland Raiders. In one of the best speeches ever given at an athletic banquet here, List stressed the four characteristics of winning. The first key was lots of hard work. He said hard work and con- centration was needed to eliminate mistakes and gain the knowledge needed to defeat the opponent. baskclball a,)d girls' lt;ack letters. Gene Bruening named Ihose Ollt for freshman baskclball and torero(ruled on the free attendance for tile 6:30 a.m. practices, lie also named the golf lellermen. Wes Sumpter announced the Jerry List t Superior's Grad Elected President [)at Worden, Tim Downing, The sixth annual Nebraska Rick Marshall, Steve Edwards Youth ARC (Association for and Mark Garrels. Retarded Children) convention Basketball letters were was April 27, 28 and 29 at the awarded to: Jerry Siebecker, Junior College in Wayne, Neb. Steve Hiatt, Jeff Jackson, Mark This year's theme was "To Frerichs, Pat Worden, Bruce Touch One Life." There were Garrels, Kent Madsen, Rick180 delegates from 24 YARC Swanson, Don Scripter, Steve units. Siebecker, Kevin Madsen. Cross Country letters were awarded to Steve Hiatt, Jeff Jackson, Mark Intermill, Jim Whitney, Ken Carter and J. D. Gray. Volleyball letters were awarded to Roxanna Colby, Pamela Colby, Doris Delka, Mary Sund, Jackie Hall, Cheryl Bargen, Debbie Spring, Laura Stierwalt, Janet Deuel, Karin Clabaugh, Becky Adams, Sherryl Waddle, Lynette Nelson, Karen Rempe, Jane Kindscher, Shirley Anderson. Track letters were awarded to Brenda Stiles, Jody Herr- mann, Nancy Sumpter, Janet Deuel, Becky Adams, Angela Young, Pam Drake, Ann Those attending from the Superior unit were Cheryl Gillan of Oak and Dave Wilson, Terry Selvage, Diane Erickson and David Crader and advisors Mr. and Mrs. David Berens of Superior. Friday was a getting together day where the delegates were placed in rooms and got to know each other. Also were meetings for all local officers. Last year's president, Doug Etcher, was replaced by Denise Hansen, a former Superior resident, now meeting After lunch, special Olympics United Adovate Sharing, Motor Activities, Workshop for vocacy A mentally band from Sioux played 80 in the band, there performing. mentally brass band in the After the workshops, a a surprise dating game, people of the dance was held. Sunday, a was given president, Doug opening speec.~ president followed by a Br As an example, he cited that wrestling lettermen and told the Martin, Jackie Hall, Deb from the concentrated study of wrestlers that even though he Spring, Barb Lemke, Karts Kansas State game films they wouldn't be their coach next Clabaugh, Pam Jackson. determined that the position of year he would be supporting We wish to thank all our a flanker's left and right hands th ,?nda Georgis announced the Appointments indicated the type of play which who have been so patient would be run. volleyball letter winners. Announced By The second characteristic was dedication. He said to win you must give 100 percent all the time. He also stressed being dedicated in the right direction. When coming to Nebraska, he thought the school was a foot- ball factory but has since realized the importance of education. When he graduated from the football field, all he took with him was six watches, three rings and eight plaques. When he graduates from the University in June, he will have a B.S in business ad- ministration- "something more important than football." The third characteristic was teamwork. List said since the inception of the national championship and the Heisman trophy, never had the winner of the trophy been from a national championship team. Fourth was the importance of setting goals. He said to set the goals high and strive to work to the best of your ability. The Superior coaches read the names of the letter winners in the various sports. Coach Pat Avey announced the football winner . 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