1939 Jan 14 Bob Beduhn at Escanaba Michigan
FIRST EVENTS T START AT 2:30 Wisconsin and Southern Michigan Are Well Represented With five more entries from Wausau, Wisconsin and four from Ishpominp, a total of 87 skaters have been entered in the second annual Hay de Noc speed skating meet which opens at the iAldington park rink today and extends until Sunday afternoon. The first events are scheduled to be run ofl ai 1:30 this afternoon. Skaters are requested to appear at the officials’ warming house on the cast side of the rink OFFICIALS REPORT All officials are requested by Referee Ed Edick to be at the off it inis' warming hou*e on the east side of the rink not later than 1 o'clock a feated n the In second* all only it to much getting at only spent the being St lead at easily than not latei th.in 1 o'clock to receive their numbers and other instruct ions Officials are a* follows Ileferee Edward Edick; chief judge. Hasten llenge*h; Judge* of finish. I>r Gordon Gleich. Clifford Anderson. Jack Erickson. John Mannlnir Jack Nargard. Kenneth Cat heart and Robert Snyder: time keepers. llenr> Wylie. Ray Shaw and Rert llenne. *corer*. Briton Hall. Lvle Shaw and Sid Shank clerk of course. Andy Groop. assistant clerk of course, Art Goulala and Rob Lemire; starter. Carl Nordberg; patrol Judges. Mert Jensen, John Rawden. Tom Quinn and Art Carlson; announcer, George Ituwltch; track measurers, Art Aronson and John Flath; distance judge. William Srhmlt; field Judge*. Ed Ross and Lester Kenney. Skaters from Detroit, Petoskev. Iron Mountain. Madison. \Ve*t Allis. Kenosha, Wausau. Green Ray. lahpetning and Escanaba nkating clubs are represented The various clubs are representative* of four separate skating associations. Tliis meet brings together some of the outstanding blade artists in the Middle West, and they will, without doubt, put on one of the finest skating shows ever staged In Escanaba. Fancy skating exhibitions will be staged between races at the rink, the committee announced last night The complete entry list with the number assigned to each skater is as follows Midget Ro> *»— 1 Tut Ka/da. Iron Mountain. 2 Lester N’ess. Escanaba Midget Girl*— 6 Marcia Farrell. Escanaba 7 Marilyn Groos. Escanaba. S Sallv Stack. Escanaba. Juvenile llo>*— 100 Everdon Jones. Oconomowoc. Wis 101 Leo Seroka. Kenosha, Wis 102 Buddy Gertnond. Petoskev, Wis 103 Clarke Dean. Petoskev, Wis 104 Robert Thompson. Escanaba. 105 Dale Wood. Escanaba 10« Robert Perron, Escanaba. 107 Arthur Klemmetsen, Ks- canaba. Juvenile (»iris- 111 Rernice Melewski. West Allis, Wis 112 Lyle Asselin. Escanaba 113 Mary Lou Doty, Escanaba 114 Lila Mae Ness. Escanaba. Junior lloys— 200 Henry Gosquire, Detroit. 201 Reggie Detlaff, West Allis, Wia. 202 Floyd Usher. Oconomowoc, W’ia. 204 Eugene Plante, Oconomowoc, Wis. 205 Eddie Dobratz. Oconomowoc, Wis. 206 Chester Seroka. Kenosha, Wris. 207 Rill McCoy, Green Hay. Wis. 208 Richard Jelinski, Green Bay, Wis. 209 William Stoll, Escanaba. 210 Edward M. Him, Jr., Ks- canaba. 211 Bernard Kangas, Ishpetil ing. Junior («iris— 216 Veronica Kossman, West Allis, Wis. 217 Marie Mickaelson, Iron Mountain. 218 Anita Rurr, Madison. Wis. Intermediate Boys— 300 LeRoy Herdas. West Allis. Wis. 301 Herman IJoBratz, Oconomowoc Wis. 3 02 Larry Sprosti, Oconomowoc, Wia. 303 Clarence Reentmeester, Oconomowoc. Wis. 304 Bernard Mackevich, Ocono- niow’oc, Wis. 305 Jim Kane. Oconomowoc, Wis. 306 Bob Beduhn, Kenosha, Wis. 307 Owen Herbrechtsmeier, Kenosha, W'is weak Escanaba their the in of In behind quarters. ice off regatta for held Noc tournament week covered now declare off Sheldon committee. will Erickson Wis Wis. lis. woe. Bay Escanaba.