Clipped From The Havre Daily News
Pony Matmen Head for Malta DEFENDING CLASS A WRESTLERS - Pictured are the defending state Class A wrestling Havre High School Blue Ponies. Left to right In their weight class are, first row, Garth Schuske 112, Rich Saunders 119, Mickey Geldard 98, Dennis Morse 126, Dan Kledrowskl 132, and Rodger Nordrum 105; back row, Don Dusek 167, Dave English 145, Dave Springer 155, Kurt Grimm 185, Frank Leeds, heavyweight, and Curt Smith 138. (Photo by Dave Mayer) Havre High School wrestlers dropped two matches to Cut head for Malta today where they Bank 26-14 and No. 1 Glasgow will participate in the Class A 24-22, and B divisional wrestling tour- In the divisional tourney there nament that starts onFrldayand are six teams that have placed concludes on Saturday night, one or more wrestlers In the Head wrestling coach Tom Molen of the Ponies thinks the Ponies have a good chance of coming up winners. Otherteams entered with a chance to win are Malta, Chinook, Cut Bank (defending Class B state champion), Lewistown and Havre. Molen said, "The Ponies have as good a chance as anyone to win Ihe tourney, but the main goal is to place or qualify as many wrestlers for state as we can." The Ponies were rated second in last week's power poll, moving from ninth to second tourney with No. 1 seedlngs. Lewistown has three, Chinook has three, Cut Bank and Havre two each, Sunburst and Big Sandy one each, Kurt Grimm will be a doubtful performer for the Ponies as he Injured his ribs this week at practice. The Blue Ponies will depart from Havre around 4 p.m. and will stay at the Rodgers Motor Inn. Wrestlers with No, 1 seed- ings and opponents are: 98 - Mickey Geldard; 105 Overcast, Chinook - Rodger Nordrum, H; H2-Fraser,Lew- Morse, H; 132 - Omsberg, Cut Bank - Dan Kledrowski, H; 138 - Apple, Lewistown-Curt Smith, H; 145 - Perry, Cut Bank Dave English, H; 155 - Williams, Big Sandy - Dave Springer, H; 167 - Stuker, Chinook - Don Dusek, H; 185 - Feehan, Sunburst - Kurt Grimm, H; Hw Gates, Lewistown - Frank Leeds, H. Philosophy Of Leader Changed after winning the Dillon Invita- istown - Garth Schuske, H; 119 tional Tournament, giving them - Rich Saunders, Hj 126 - Peta 6-9 record but last week thev erschick, Chinook - Dennis PALM SPRINGS, Calif, (AP) — Marty Fleckman, a young man who turned a once-bright future into years of frustration and troubles, has a new golfing philosophy.