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A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, December 28, 1972 Curt HiRer Ed Kraus Mean Cat Mean Cat Wrestlers Win Double Superior won the double-dual wrestling meet held Dec. 19. The Wildcats topped Sandy Creek, 47-12, and Sutton, 54-6. The outcome of the matches with Sandy Creek were as follows: 98 lbs.--E. Kraus pinned Cooper in the third round. 105 lbs.--R. Kraus pinned Gass in the first round. 112 lbs.--C. Higer dec. Drapal, 8-0. 119 ]bs.--K. Doehring dec. Burris, 13-3. 126 lbs.--Ed Elders lost by pin to Heinz in the second round. 132 lbs.--Scripter lost dec. to Kodlec, 3-i. 138 lbs.--Swieczkowski won by forfeit. 145 Ibs.--Fitzgerald won by forfeit. i55 Ibs.--Alexander won by forfeit. Z67 lbs.--Downing dec. Schufle, 16-2. 185 Ibs.--Rohinson lost dec. to McGbie, 10-9. UNL--Fitzgerald pinned Holeman in the secondround. Ed Kraus was voted the mean cat. The results of the matches with Sutton follow: 98 Ibs.--E. Kraus pinned W. Barbee in the first round. 105 lbs.--R. Kraus pinned B. Barbee in the first round. 112 lbs.--C. Higer pinned D. Trumbull Defeats Guide Rock, 65-53 Trumbull defeated Guide Rock in fourth quarter scoring ree Dec. 16. The game was yed at Guide Rock. The Warriors were able to fight a nip and tuck battle throughout the game and were slightly in the lead or tied at the end of each period of play with the excelStion of the crucial fourth. Wilbur Kirchner again took game scoring honors with 26 points. While he was the only Warrior in double figures, Greg Thaut, Scot Harmon and Dan Smith scored in the doubles column for Trumhull with 18, 19 and 10 points respectively. Guide Rock won the reserve game with a 35-28 score. This week Guide Rock is hosting a holiday tournament. Box Score Guide Rock fg R f pta Steve Robb 2 2 S 6 Jerry Langer 3 0 2 6 Wilbur Kirchner 12 2 2 26 VicSchoenhals 1 0 0 2 Jim Sbaw 2 0 2 4 KeithShaw 4 1 3 9 Trumbull Craig Arnold 2 1 2 5 Mike Rader 3 0 2 6 GregThaut 8  3 18 erKleier 2 0 2 4 Scot Harmon 9 1 0 19 Don Smith 5 0 5 10 Dale Kreutz 1 0 3 2 Score by Quarters 6' Guide Rock 14 11 16 12-53 Trumbull 10 16 15 24--65 Oschner in the first round. 126 Ibs.---C. Oswald won by forfeit over Lambie because of weight. 132 Ibs.--D. Scripter dec. R. Oschner, 2-I. 138 Ibs.--T. Swieczkowski pinned Beckler in. the second round. 145 Ibs.--T. Fitzgerald dec. Kauk, 5-4. 155 Ibs.--B. Alexander dec. D. Rath, 8-0. 167 lbs.--M. Dominy dec, McElfresh, 8-6. 185 lbs.--T. Robinson lost by pin to R. Rath in the third round. UNL--J. Fitzgerald won by forfeit. Curt Higer was elected mean cat. The two pins given up by Superor wrestlers in the mat- ches were the first pins given up by Superior wrestlers this year. Superior varsity wrestlers have pinned 28 in four matches and one tournament this year. Junior varsity wrestlers have pinned 18 and given up none. The next dual match will be with Belleville on Tuesday. Byron Blasts Oclell, 86-46 With five players hitting for 15 or more points the Byron Broncos won their fifth straight game of the year Thursday night, downing Odell, 8646. Topping coach Terry Boren's veteran crew were Kent Tietjen and Bill Krause, each with 19 points. Also in double digits were Steve Heitmann with 16 counters, and Scott Eitzmann and Paul Weber with 15 each. The Broncos outscored the visitors in every period in running up their biggest point spread o the season. Score by Quarters Ode]] 14 9 9 14--46 Byron 24 19 22 21--86 Sweet clover was once con- sidered a noxious weed in Nebraska, and farmers were required by law to control it. DANGER Salt Hastings College Invitational Basketball Tournament December 28-29 Hastings, Nebraska I - f + I Dec. 28 7:00 Burw.eell Champion Third Dee. 29 3:30 " Dec. 29 7: , I .... J Superior t Dec. 28 3:30 " Pawnee City Deshler Holiday Basketball Tournament Deshler, Nebraska Thursday and Friday December 28 and 29 ,BRUNING Thursday, Dec. 28 I 7:00 p.m. ,, BYRON DE,HLER | Thursday, Dec. 28 [ 8:30 p.m. [ DAVENPORT Friday, Dec. 29 8:30 p.m. CHAMPIONSHIP j Friday, Dec. 29 7:00 p.m. THIRD PLACE j,,,.,, , , ,, ,,. otebook The author of an unsigned letter wrote this editor last week protesting the choice of pictures andwords telling of the Clegg auto accident which claimed the life of a mother and her young son. The writer said "... bad members of our family died that way, I assure you it would have been little comfort to our grieving hearts..," The accident was a tragic happening and there is no way that a newspaper account can be written to offer much comfort at such a time. The story was successful, however, if just one reader was shocked enough by the account of the accident to slow down and drive as if he wanted to live. Traffic accidents in Nuckolls County are souring. With five lives lost this year, the county has one of the biggest fatality rates based on population in the state. Something must be done to cut this needless slaughter of human life. While law enforcement and medical personnel may become somewhat accustomed to viewing the tragedy of ac- cidents, they weren't able to ignore the gruesomeness of the Clegg accident. Words and pictures are not sufficient to describe such an accident. You must be there to see it and talk with the sur- vivors to begin to comprehend. Pleasant View... Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson were Christmas Eve guests of Miss Lillian Wilson in Superior. Christmas Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Farver and family were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Swanstrom and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilson. The Jerome Mazour family attended a cooperative Christmas dinner of the Miller family on Dec. 17. The Jerome Mazour family and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Mazour family were Christmas Day dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Mazour. The Altar Socie of the Nelson Catholic Church had a Christmas covered-dish dinner Dec. 20 with a number in at- tendnnce. Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Wroughton were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Moon of Fairfield and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Clabaugh of Lakewoed, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wroughton and family and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Wroughton were Christmas Get Your "Easy to Keep" Farm Record Book Farmers and ranchers in order to minimize their income tax liability should keep accurate records of income and all expenses related to the operation of their business. This is made simple by using National Farmer's Income Tax Record Book. The Superior Express 148 E. 3rd Street, Superior, Nebraska 68978 Please find enclosed for copies of the National Farmer's Income Tax Record Book, regular size -- $1.25, large operation size $1.75, post paid. 25c for mailing. Na me .... ( Please Print) Address Zip +J i IIIli I Contents May Be Harmful To Your Cw Since salt is used to aid in removal of snow and ice from the highways, you must take immediate action to protect your car. It only takes two minutes to wash the top, both sides and underneath your car at the Pride Auto Wash. You can also clean the interior of your car with our easy to use power suction vacuum. Pride Auto Wash dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wroughton. J. B. Wroughton of California arrived Tuesday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Wroughton and other relatives. Next action for the Wildcats is Jan. 5, when they host un- defeated Lebanon in a showdown for the top spot in the Pike Trail league. THE BRONCOS OUTSCORED the visitors in every period of play last Thursday. Express Photo THE BYRON BRONCOS won their fifth straight game of the season last Thursday when they defeated Odell. Express Photo Trust The confldential relationship between the Funera! Director and those he serves cannot be overstressed, He Serves the public in an area of human relations where delicacy and tact must be assumed as a matter of course, but beyond that there is a matter of character which involves the highest form of professional ethics. That so many families in this community have honored us with such a trust is a form of esteem that we value beyond anything in the profession to which we have dedicated our lives. MONTGOMERY- 100lA00. FUNERAL SERVICE -- MONUMENTS SUPERIOR -- and , - " - HARDY; 00PRINTING We Give Swift Service Need a printing job done in a rush without loss of quality? We give fast, accurate service at no extra cost in emergencies. Large or small, your order gets special attention from us. Questions? Call Us Today THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Phone 402.879-3291 Wichita Collegiate Hands The Republic Wildcats ran their winning streak to five this season with an easy 73-48 win over Jamestown Dec. 15 in a Pike Trail League contest. The Wildcats were led by he pet] 0untry' seric kpletim lriee hik Republic First Defeat 00impo, I Suppo: Box Score L'OW pri( Republic le env fg ft f pt; !ipping Randy Evert 4 0 1 Lynn VanNortwick 3 1 3 7fhighs Rick Albertson 5 0 2 I0 }a SUl 0 ] 2,,n,tb e Paul Thornton 1 HarrellRoe 2 0 5 Sott Hobson 1 0 3 Wichita StanPeters O 0 1 0 RonInnes 0 0 1 0 Rick Wray 4 2 3 10 Randy Storms 7 2 1 16 Marc Anderson 6 7 3 19 GregHampton 3 I 3 7 Jeff Mills 0 0 1 0 Eric Chesry 0 0 1 0 Score by Quarters Republic 6 9 10 8--33 Wichita C. S. 9 18 12 13-52 Lynn Van Nortwick who scored 27 points on 10 field goals and seven free throws. Paul Thornton scored 18, Ricky Albertson 10 and Randy Evert had 12 points for the Wildcats. Jamestown was led by Kirk Gray with 16 and Collins with 12. The underdog Jayhawks jumped off to a surprising five- point lead at the end of the first quarter but the Wildcats found the range and moved into a 10- point lead at the half. After a close third quarter, Republic tucked the game away with a 20-point fourth quarter barrage while holding Jamestown to just four points. However, the Wildcats lost Republic fg ftf PI: Randy Evert 5 2 2 Lynn VanNortwick10 7 0 2'/ their first contest of the year the RickAlbertson 2 6 0 10 following night against HarrellRoe 0 0 1 Collegiate of Wichita, 32-33, in a Paul Thornton 8 2 2 18 game played at the Collegiate John Gunn 2 0 3 I High School. John Clark 0 2 0 2 The tired Republic crew got Jamestown behind early in the game and Mark Collins 6 0 3 ntent. Today any h a what rdess t] athe Irow wt Superi The ould b vitatio at d SWINGING IN WITH OUR SINCERE HOPE THM EVERY DAY WILl BE IN STEP WITH YOUR DREAMS! couldn't catch up to the defensive minded Collegiate team. The Wildcats found them- selves down 12 points at the half and 14 at the end of three periods. Ricky Albertson led the Republic team in scoring with 10 mints. High Bill Hughes 2 2 3 Kirk Gray 8 0 2 | Jerry Jensen 5 0 4 I0 KaneGray 2 0 5 4 It wa Curtis Reames 0 0 1 0 Score by Quarters Republic 10 29 14 20-- d Jamestown 15 14 15 4--'18 clul The Last w Whn wll I ( gov state. "It was Winner art W Winner in Keith, Rod, Kathy, Susan, Laurie, Peggy, Janet. DEUEL Rexall Pharmacy Dotty, Gladys, Sandy, Eleanor, DoriS, There Slcecr The tt was Even get out ( UN Ar Natione Pan for