At the close of the past basketball season, Bob Carton was elected by his teammate lettermen as honorary captain and
captain elect for the ensuing season. Bob
was also captain of the '39-'40 basketeers.
Bob, a Moline boy, has proved to be a
Haworth, Carton, Kerasiotis, Lapka.
REVEREND G. A. LILLIS Faculty Advisor
The Monogram Club, led by its able
president, Al Haworth, is one of the most
active organizations on the campus. Not
only do they support other worthy…
Indianola, Iowa, Nov. 9—Guests at
Simpson's homecoming on a muddy field,
St. Ambrose had little trouble in hanging
up their eighth consecutive win of the
season, 21 to 0.
The St. Ambrose perfect record was
once more threatened, however, in…
Davenport, Nov. 3—The Bees met their
most serious opponent of the season on
Homecoming afternoon, when St. Nor-
bert's of West De Pere, Wisconsin, played.
St. Ambrose on even terms until the final
two minutes of the game when the Saints
Davenport, Oct. 20—In a Parents' Day
game which attracted one of St. Ambrose's
largest crowds in history, the Bees maintained their perfect record against a hopeful but comparatively weak Rockhurst aggregation, 13 to 0. Although the score
HOOGERWERF End LAPKA End
Rock Island, III., Oct. I 2—Displaying the
skill of a big time football team, St. Ambrose put on their smoothest performance
of the season against their ancient rivals,
Augustant, trouncing them decisively, 27
to 0. The…
St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 27—Displaying a
more diversified running attack than in
their opener against Cornell, St. Ambrose
registered their second win of the season
over St. Thomas, 13 to 0.
The Bees, using 31 players in all, piled
up 15 first…