|Paper||Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers|
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|Paper||Utah State University Eastern Student Newspapers|
THE CARBONICLE Page Four ‘Friday December 5 1947 Champs Add Fort Lewis to Win List By 25-- 0 Before Capacity Crowd Carbon College's Golden Eagles wrote finis to their 1947 grid slate Fort Lewis Aggie eleven from Hesperus by handing a Colorado a 25-- 0 defeat before a capacity crowd on the home gridiron Thanksgiving day During league play which netted the Eagles the championship a total of 72 points were massed against the opposition's 13 The record for the season shows that they won six games and dropped two collecting 119 points compared to 61 In Thursday's game the Eagles had an easy time of it gaining yardage at will Both teams exercised nearly every trick in the book the main College basketball this year will difference was that the Carbon again be coached by Jackson lads made them work Jewkes who has proven to be an Jimmy Mullins pulled nearly able leader in the basketball every play that has ever been field used on a gridiron with nothing This year Jackson will be as- seeming to fail Once during the sisted by Coach Alma Garrett last period me of the officials who is Carbon’s newest addition called the Aggie Captain to the to the athletic staff Both Gar- line of scrimmage and started to rett and Jewkes will work to- explain an infraction of the rules gether in putting the squad to- committed" by a Carbon player gether for the league season The Coloradoan cut him short Because football season lasted however saying “Penalty refusso long this year the basketball ed let's get this night-ma- re over" squad has worked under a direct The first quarter saw the Eagles disadvantage having been able start a big drive from their own to hold only a small number of 20 yard line which the Aggies practices As Coach Jewkes put halted a foot from pay dirt it “the team still has their foot- However shortly after the beginball legs” which definitely isn’t of the second quarter Rex ning good But it is expected that the Berry scored on a beautifully exteam will be in good shape by the ecuted trap play over right tackle time they have their first game Gene Pace left Coach Jewkes predicts that the folto team end kicked the Aggie showteam will make a very good the score and gave the ing in th£ coming season with lowinga fans thrill by booting the real four strong players returning from ball over the goal posts and out of last year: Ross Harrison Lew the park Lines Ernie Prezel and Leon Presset and also a number of reSMITH-WILSO- N turning heros of past years in the form of Burke and Rex Berry Daryl Nord who was captain of last year's high school squad- - Pete Liapis and Angelo Mahleres will When old man “Casaba" opens make it tough for any and all opas king of the winter sports up position New basketball talent events it will be Smith and Wilat Carbon will include Tom Byers son against the field in the intraand Belmont Anderson mural program at Carbon Basketball next scheduled event on the intramural calendar is scheduled for next Monday Smith and Wilson (one team) has played havoc with the other squads thus far by winning championships in both softball and volleyball The championship aggreBy Blair Walklngton gation is headed by Manager Tom The student body of Carbon Migliaccio and in winning the volHigh and Carbon College will in leyball laurels last week they the near future have the privi- turned back Gardner and Olsen lege of entertaining visiting foot- Peterson Ballard and Flaim and ball and track teams in a new sta- Shields Members of the winning team dium This means that a larger are: Pete Liapis Tom Miggliaccio crowd can be seated With the' Dimick Angelo Mahleres Red addition of this new stadium we Louis Tone and Rex Berry believe that Carbon will soon rank with the top junior colleges of the VOLLEYBALL RESULTS state Because of the crowds Flaim and Shields def Pace which the football teams drew Heinlien def Rasmussen and through the gates this past season it was proven that a larger Thompson Summerhays bye field was necessary So with conCowley def McAllister struction now going on take a Garrett bye look around students and be Ballard def Garrett proud of growing Carbon Smith and Wilson def Peterson With the 1947 football season Flaim and Shields def Cowley over the sport fever around Carand Wilson def Ballard Smith bon has suddenly taken a new Girls volleyball is just now getturn For the past few weeks the local hoopsters have been pretty ting underway busy showering the rings with a barrage of basketballs and prac- high school and the college were ticing for the stiff competition not very impressive during the which they are bound to meet season last year but from the Coach Garrett has been giving the sneak previews we’ve had of the boys a heavy round of instruc- teams this year we have a hunch tion for the past month whipping that opponents in the big-- 9 and the team into top condition for the college league are in store for the opening encounter Both the a big surprise Anyway we hope hard-fighti- ng Eagles Shriek With New Casaba Power These cagers slated for Big 9 action— Front row left to right Calmer Griffith Gean Plaga Robert Ftzel Dan Campbell Second row: Ted Milovich manager Toy Atwood Tony Welch Leon Jones Louis Bosco Clark Nielsen manager Third row: Robert Anderson Jimmy Lee Nick Zumadakis “Red" Hussy Claude Lacy Duane Quinn Coach Garrett Fourth row: Bob Hill George Dambrosio “Figs" Hanna Bob Jesson Jack Otterstrom DINOSAURS READY FOR SIR HIRE BASKETBALL RACE OPENING JANUARY 2 AT OGDEN Coach Alma Garret's statement that “most of the high school basketball leltermen look good" was Waxed Boards Readied For Enthusiasts either proved or disproved when the Dinosaurs met a fighting UinAttention students! With old tah team from the - Basin last man winter spreading his snow night over valley and hill the holidays Starters for the game were: corner around and the Claude skiing just Lacy and “Figs” Hanna in some the here at already parts guards Gary Bent and Jimmy on are fans Carbon Lee forwards and Calmar Grifsports campus to with let fith center Other boys seeing go suddenly starting the lingo which many know as action in either he first or sec“ski talk" ond team games were: guards 17 Carmet at Nick Zumidakis Robert Anderpeople Tuesday bon College to discuss ways and son Bob Jesson Duane Quinn Lameans of starting a Carbon ski Mar Hussey and Robert Etzel Leon club Forwards Tony Welch Due to the fact that the ski site Jones Louis Bosco Gean Plaga at Clear Creek will soon be ready Dan Campbell and Toy Atwood for the people who seek enjoy- Centers Bob Hill Jack Otterment on the “boards" the small strom and George Dambrosio group felt that there should be Commenting further on the an organization here at Carbon Dinos' chances Coach Garrett to spread the fever and news of said “As far as I can see we can the great winter sport Mr hold our own in an A league However the team has plenty reported that it might be possible to transport the skiers of fight and is willing to learn to the new site and plan a pos- therefore there is the possibility sible round of instruction for of many surprises At the present I am not at liberty to say too Sum-merha- ys MILKY WAY SHOPPE HOT DOGS FRENCH FRIES HAMBURGERS THICK MALTS AND SHAKES —Special Service to Students— Home-ma- de Ice Cream TO GIVE YOU THAT EXTRA QUALITY Only the Best Service To College and High School Students NEW GRIDIRON TO BE SET BY NEXT FALL The Carbon High school football squad played its last game on ty October 30 with the cellar Dinos meeting dwelling Provo in the final Big Nine contest for both The crowd was not a record breaking one but it proved that the present field was highly inadequate to seat all sports enthusiasts Next day the mighty Carbon Golden Eagles met Albion Normal of Idaho at the field in a featured homecoming tilt This time there was a record crowd An estimated 4000 people crowded the field to witness the Eagles trip the Teachers 15-The old field truly represents the age-ol- d history of Carbon Now a new field is under construction Come next autumn the Dinosaurs and Eagles will be playing on a field that runs North and South a direct advantage to both squads The new field will be situated East of the old field Bleachers from the old football field will be moved to the new bleachers site until permanent can be constructed A large track will be built around the field and construction of the fence will begin soon The construction should be completed by next summc With the addition of this field to the campus Carbon becomes one of the best athletic equipped Junior Colleges in the State once-migh- 13 much but we will do the best we can with what we have” Coach Jackson Jewkes popular college mentor stated that in his opinion “this year’s team is superior to that of last year's because they are more experienced and have a better attitude For Rent DOMENIC OLIVETO Owner 391 NORTH 4TH EAST PRICE UTAH One sleeping room at Ideal Way Rhopps students the Milky for two gentlemen preferred TEAM COPS TOP LAURELS - '