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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, September 27, 1973 I~,,-,rva, ...... lr Minh~oo one-yard11"vard rUnrunandoverWhitethe goal.added a S D i_u, er_or places 15:32:13:26;Ben "Pallas, (L), 27-25, Wendell Heyen, Lawrence stons The loss was Deshler's first of teams win openers Leading tacklers for Rick Wince, (G), 28-26, 15:34i 17:36; :Mike, h d~ 52, 17:48; Mark " ~" r~...h,^. 1,~n" theseason. Deshler journeys to Sparked by three goal line Davenport included Dean L:wr DougHenerickson,(Ha),29-27, 53,17:56;Don} mmm ~=:~lII~l IL-V Dorchester Friday "for a key stands, the Superior Reserves White, who assisted on 10 whileellc( I lllv.lt~ 15:38; Don Fischer, (G), 30-28 64, 18:46; and F area game while Lawrence will opened the season on a winning making solos Doug Voight 15:40; Steve Leightl~i'ter, (Ha), 57-55. Lawrence upped its season host the Nelson Tigers note by nipping the Sandy Creek assisted on eight and made one rence High School 13:02;Darrell Hubl, (L), 5-4, 31-39, 15:41; Ben Barbee, (Su), Hebron | record to 2-0 after a hard " - ' " host Desh Law Keserves 8-6 Monday night at solo. Dana Crockett made one cross country team was host to 13:16;Dave Campbell, (R), 6-0, 32-30, 15:42; Ken Kathman, (L) Lawrence | ,... defenswe struggle with ' " _ .. . Firstdowns 4 8 Sandy Creek solo and also assisted on eight, an invitational meet last13:39;Harold Arnold, (H), 7-5, 33-31, 15:46; Irvin Kucera, (L), Superior | ~(PR~ZE x. Deshler last Frlaay evening. Yards Scrimmage 18 195 Dave Rempe hit Rick Rhoads Coach Delvin Ortgies had Friday, Se~. 15. 13:30;Paul Herz, (L), 8-6, 34-32,15:52; Lee Dana, (SC), 35- K ...... ! zwmnmG" ...... m '- Passesatt 8 2 with a 35-yard scoring pass for praise for Rod Tegtmeier's Teams from Hebron (H), 13:32;Jerry Rempe, (S), 9-7, 33, 15:54; en..o,~,, I ~a~wsP^vEn~ L,awrence scorea me ga e s . " ": " rte Sandy Creek | ,~ ,,,= , lone touchdown in the second Passescomp. 1 0 Supermr m the hrst qua r. efforts as quarterback andLawrence (L),Superior(S) 13:31;Steve Judy, (SC), 10-8, Ed Bliss, (H), 36-34, 15:56; Geneva ~'~r-~r~ . .... ~,,~ ~.a w.mt an t. d,um Passingyarda~e 22 0 Kurtkhatt ran for the two point safety. He gathered 104 yards Kenesaw (K), Sandy Creek 13:50;Doug Kotinek, (S), 11-9, Dave Stuckey, (G), 37-35, Sutton ~/I I -'~ t ....................... Harvard , ~ V ~ Deshler 6-0 in a bruising Passes intercepted by 1 0 convers!on.SandyC;e:ksc~red with three kickoff returns. (SC), Geneva (G), Sutton (S), 14:00;Dennis Montgomery, (H) 16:02;DaveKotinek,(S),34-36, Roseland, NoSC~,,.t?t,~sK, defensive tilt. Only 12 first ~enal!ies 7-60 7-53late m me zlrst n "u rio~r This week Davenport will Harvard (HA), and Roseland12-10. 14:06;Roy Schroer, (L), 16:03;Garry Wittwer, (K), 39- ners. ~SA~S0C~^Tt0 downs were scored during the ~umDlesiost 2-2 0-0 pass_ano wa_.s on the ,~u^pe .... travel to Meridian. R), entered the meet. The 13-11, 14:12; Tom Rauner, (H), 37, 16:04; TimCarter, (S), 40-38, entire game runts-average~tal oHense l-~a.a- ^40 a-za195 m[n;i;a:?nl;m~utp y ~t~im;Zran outt. First downs Fairmont5 DaVl 1 first.HebrnLawrenceteam withwas28secondpoints withWaS 13,14"12'14:14:16;Rn20; Sidle, (K), 15- 39,16 : 06 ;16 : 08 ;GeorgeAlan Barton,Krenke, (H),(H), 42-41- Harriers do[~t a ........... L)esmer Iumme set up me _ Score b"'~uarters'. ,~ . ^ Superior also defeated Sandy; Yards scrimmage 71 166 37 and Superior third with 38. David Bacon, (H) 16-14, 40, 16:12; GarvLemke. (L),4n3- Geneva 12-28. J Lawrence score. Ben Faimon Lawrence 0 6 0 00-6 ~ree.z "zz-z in elgntn, grao~ Passesatt. 7 6 Theindlvidualplacmgsfollow 14"21" Gary H,~i .... m', ~-~ 41, 16:14; Mike Johnso , took it in from three yards out to Deshler 0 0 0 0-0 motoaliiastMonday. Jonnrms Passescomp 1 2 with the contestant's name 17.15'14-'.'~9~. ,p",~,~'q',~o"~'~' )~' " " F llowin the ..................... (SC), 44-42, 16:18; Will Barboe, Superior scrosS~: ~ make it 6-0. seared mree umes mr me Passing yardage 3 56 hsted first., o , g . 18-16, 14:40; Jeff Reishter, (Su), has been busy ch.~:,l' ~/#) Passes intercepted by 11 contestant is his scnooi m- 19 1 ....... (Su), 45-43, 16:46; Bill McBeth, of the best recordS~|i~/~ , -., z~:az;oon aorensen, Steve Janda, Brian Brock- llrl. I/ ..... LI.. ! ..... L Penalties 5-32 7-52dividual ..... standing team stand-urs (SC), 20-18, 14.44;' Sheldon (Su), 46-44, 16:54; Mike Kucera, years for the SI-IS ev~_:~__ . man and Frank Ostdiek led the WllElcals ullaole l~UllCll Fumbleslost 1 5 mg and time. rne co e Tobler, (Ha), 21-19, 14:50; Ken (L), 47-45, 17:02; George Wit- Thus far tbe. a and Lawrence defense with eight _ Total offense 74 222 tackles each. Terry ll Punts-average 6-241-19covered 2.2 miles. Carter, (S), 22-20, 15:01; Gene wer, (K), 46-46, 17:03; Jim finished third in t~_.~ellt are e Score by Quarters -" I~11..l~~.mu.~t u' Buschkoetter had six. Head scoring attac on Mind Tom Long, (H), 1-1, 12"36" Schendt, (L), 23-21, 15:12; Bauer, (G), 49-47, 17:10; Jim GenevainVitatinalinvitatlo~'and _,se 8 gainst. h_ . d, Coach Carroll Troudt cited Fairmont 0 6 6 0--12 Kevin Jensen, (R), 2-0, 12:40; Norman Arnold, (H), 24-22, Whitney, (S), 50-48, 17:14; Dale "H$ .p ,.resultofl Lemke, (L), 51-49, 17:18; Chuck evening the ~;~'.~~h:,: Gene Hubl and Larry Him- Despite therunning of senior Minden quarterbackMark Davenport 0 2 0 12--14 Paul Stiles, (S), 3-2, 12:58; 15:13; Lyle Hubl, (L), 25-23, Ovsey, (G), 52-40,17:22;defeated Geneval2"~...~lle hiP.hv, melberg for outstanding of- Jay Nielsen, Superior bowed to Etzelmiller scored three times Brent Schirmer, (K) 4-3, 15:14; Tom Barbee, (Su), 26-24, ~-'' fensive blocking. Leading of- Minden21-61astFridayevening for the winners on dashes of Blue Hill downs meet held on tl~.~fle sent o " Country Club c_0. rof auto fensive ground gainers were in a game played in Minden. five, 50 and 69 yards. Tom Nelson 14-6 Ruskin blitz smothers included Kevin Schultz with19, otautc results are as foUOW".,:l , - Ben Faimon, who in 20 attempts Neilson picked his way through Swieczkowski and Roger Druba The Blue Hill Bobcats downed Don Betten with 16, Dan Renz " "s): in 1 " y 62- ,s, i :"Lr n, take gained 57 yards, Brian Brock- the Minden defense for 102 led a swarming Superior the Nelson Tigers 14-6 in a Re ubhcan Clt 8 with 12 and Bruce Meyer with Paul Stiles t ,":;,l&..- ....... man, who in 15 attempts gained yards in 30 carries. He also defense with 10 tackles apiece. Republican Valley League East p 10. Rempe, t . ~:;.~:.,,, ~a~e 87 yards, and Ran Williams, scored the lone Superior touch- Superior will have their first clash. The win boosted the Blue Randy Meyer intercepted Heironymus (GL~? on tl: who gained 55 yards in seven down on a two-yard run in the home game of the season Hill season record to 2-1 while The Ruskin Indians offenseOrly Stoltz. Wedge also ran for three passes. Tim Renz tallied Kotinek (S), 12: };.._W~ltn~ ....~ ,-- (S), 12:53; Jim.o ~6C~wu our t~ attempts, second quarter. Friday when Adams Central Nelson remains winless at 003. completely dominated the two-point conversion. 216 yards on the ground while 13:12; Rick Wince L",N[C invades Brodstone Memorial Craig Kuhlman opened the the Republican City defense Republican City was 9-0 last Don Betten made147 yards and ~Dn Fmhe(( ), 15.00r (14G)--!~.~llYthinl~),~huc~i~0~inlli Field. Game time will be 7:30 scoring for the Bobcats as he and easily won over the visitors season but lost 19 lettermen Tim Meyer 72 yards. ===" m .,~ m,~ P" " Sup Min. crashed for a touchdown on a 62-8 last Friday evening. The from last year s team. This~week Ruskin will travel ; ~a First Downs 16 13 six-yard run. Lonnie Whitten host, Indian team was never Ruskin only scored eight to Giltner. ~ Rushing yards 83 253 added the two-point conversion challenged during the game. points in the third period. The Score by Quarters: 15:07; Dave Ko~~tt to[an ~/. ~ Passesatt. 25 14 on a run. Ruskin moved to a 200point Indian scoring in the third Ruskin 20 14 8 20--62Dan Kotinek (S), i~=m~m' r__~ ~ Passes comp. 8 6 Whitten tallied the other Blue lead in the first quarter when period opened when Renz made Rep. City 0 0 0 0- 8 Luck (G), 16:51 a~d It3"~t| I001 ~ ~'~ Passing yardage 92 44 Hill touchdown in the third Don Betten scored on a 55-yard a 52-yard gallop Meyer com- Ruskin (G), 17:36. ~r ~i~llh., ........ ~.~ :~ Passes intercepted 1 3 quarter as he darted in from run and Tim Renz scored onpleted the PAT. FirstDowns 23 Friday, superi w eY wer ~ ,~ '~1~ Penalties 6-3012-100 eight yards out. The PAT try runs of 25 and four and a PAT Tl~e fndians broke loose for a Yds. Scrimmage 470 triangular meet wit~.T~-~oOUt ~ ~m,, Fumbles 5-1 3-1 failed, attempt, big 20 point fourth quarter to Passes att. 12 and Sandy Creek at ( .~ ~" :l Total offense 175 297 Nelson got its lone touchdown In the second quarter, Renz finish the game. Renz scored his Passes camp. 2 ,,~ ~ ~//:~ No. of plays 79 63 in the third stanza on a scoring again scored on a four-yard run fourth and final touchdown on a Passing yardage 18 ~ mt ~ K ,~ Score by quarters: run by Mike Culbertson. The and a PAT attempt while Bruce 67-yard scamper. Betten Passes intercepted by 5 Moville, Iowa, F~ v~ Superior 0 6 0 0- 6 extra point was no good. Meyer rounded out the quarter plunged four yards and TimPenalties 7 isn't the people ;re Wli-- ms Minden 8 0 7 6--21 Blue Hill used a balanced with a five-yard run for a TD. Meyer scrambled 53 yards, something for defensive effort to stifle the Republican City's only tally Dave Meyer dove three yards Fumbles lost 2 all the Nelson offense, came in the third period on a 65- for the lone fourth period PAT. Total offense 488 that have Davenport safety Nelson travels to Lawrence yard pass from John Wedge to Leading tacklers for Ruskin Punts-average 2-22.5 it." Here To Serve You tops Fairmont Friday. Score by quarters: After trailing much of the Blue Hill 0 8 6 0-14 When i ...,~,~.:~., game, two TD's in the fourth Nelson 0 0 0 6- 6 I ~.;. ~'v.~'.', i quarter moved the Davenport Harriers finish s---lik,~ . "~;~) I Tigers to the lead over visiting lk )Wane ~; - ...... Fairmoat Friday evening, second at Hebron o~, ~ .... ~ !~: Bill Bauman opened the lead Superior earned second place ' i for Fairmont in the secondbehind Hebron Saturday in an ~ 111 1954, | ..... -I quarter when he scored on a invitational cross country meet L! in .................... ......... short two-yard run. The second at Geneva. Individual winner score for Fairmont came in the over the 1.9 mile course was Oh, v third when Derrie Nelson Jensen of Roseland with a time i !,ad gro plunged one yard to cross the of 9:46. Hubl of Lawrence, Long ~.~ goal. of Hebron, and Paul Stiles of .__each ( with the exception of a safety Superior finished in order ]~ld by Dean White in the second behind the winner. Other Of AndAU! period which opened the game runners and their place of finish scoring, Davenport was held for Superior were Jerry Rempe /~l.' I d kno scoreless until the fourth periodwhen Ran Pearson scored on a 9th,Keuny Carter 20th.Dug Kotinek llth, and .... ~ alld~ We will ..sell the.f.al wing at pubhe aution at the fmm loeatedl-mi]e of state hne on H ghway 14 and 2 miles west of-Superior or 2 miles'nor l Olive Hill Church, starting at 1:00 p.m., on I Olive Hill Ladies Aid will have hnch ! !:i: 5# of sugar will every fill of/2 Gasoline D (Formerly Red's Ure Service) 0 away free or m ) i:!: Superior, Nebraska I I II I I I I II 1960 John Deere 630 tractor, gas, 3-pt 1937 John Deere A tractor, with sprayer Triflex 13-ft. undercutter Colby trailer with 7x14 box John Deere 4 row rotary hoe John Deere 7-ft. mower, No. 5 John Deere 2-row cultivator Household Goods and 212 Commercial [ I II III II I I I Wall telephone Wood churn Cast iron butchering kettle Cast iron boiler Lard press 2 Oval top trunks Old spring rocker Wash tubs 3 Kerosene lanterns Small drop leaf oak table Cream seperator Stationary gas motor Window screens Several other items Consigned by Harry John Deere 15-ft. disc Crock jars Kelly-Ryan elevator Dated blue fruit jars 4-inch grain auger Blue fruit jars John Deere 3-14 plow 12 Dozen fruit jars Ohver grain drill, with seeder Crock chum New Idea side delivery rake Daisy chum 12-ft. dump rake P atform scales New Idea manure spreader Jahn Deere 12-ft. springtooth Tumble bug Bear Cat grinder field cultivator Oneway Corn picker Wagon hoist Sevm l piles old iron 26x26 Two-bedroom house, fully i to be moved or torn down .,.lad Brower metal cattle feeder, 125-bt 300-gallon fuel tank and stand; vise; anvil; mower sickles; shovels; post diggers; house jack; tap and die set; 100-ft. exten- sion cord; electric fence posts; steel and wooden posts; some wire; 12-38 tractor chains; set of harness; 16-ft. ladder; pile of 81 1-inch irrigation tubes 36 l / -inch irrigation tubes 55 l /2-inch irrigation tubes 8 4-inch irrigation tubes hrigation dams ear corn: air compressor; grinder; electric motor; John Deere hydraulic cylinder; 20- NOTE: Anyone wanting to look st ft. endless belt; several small miscellaneous these items before sale time, please items, either Mr. or Mrs. Harry Blackstone. Terms. Cash. No property removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Andy Montgomery, Auctioneer And Complete Auction Servi