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 - OF OF UP mlste th bad Bi th d a com o Ren to th...
OF OF UP mlste th bad Bi th d a com o Ren to th I) wor men Mile sta I Th Shrln o Mon th wres I eqna of th WRESTUNG FINALS WILL BE RUN OFF TONIGHT AT Y The finals In the city wrestling tournament, being held at the "Y* gym. will start tonight at 7:30. These amateur matches have been creating great Interest and there should be a good crowd out tonight to watch the home talent wrestlers. Tho hoys have been working most of the winter and tonight will see the final event ot the amateur wrestling season, also the first that Helena has ever experienced.- This Is due to the efforts of Ted Cooney. wrestling coach, who has worked hard and to whom much praise Is due for his efforts In training the wrestlers. Phil Albertson of the high school will be official referee for the matrhe.*. Paul Maclean and Ross Allen. Jr.. will act as Judges. Ted Cooney will be thn announcer, Morris K. Sanford, timer. Tha admission to these matches will ho 10 nnd 25 cents. All students will he admitted on a 1 0-cent basis. Thn winners will receive pdals suitable- for the event. The first match will find Robert Lewis vs. Jack Eybol In the 60 to 70-pound division. Second match, 70 to 80 pounds, Willie Gerleman vs. Byron Pierce. Third match. 80 to no pounds. John Whltlnghill vs. Harold Wlnstrom. Fourth match, Faye Slmes vs. Willie Leaf. Fifth match. Jack Nilan vs. Stanley Eck In the 100 to 110-pound division. Sixth match. Bill Wheatley vs. John Rout7.han, 110 to 118 pounds. In the 118 to 128-pound class. Brltt Bentley V B . Kenneth Jonorf. Eighth match. 128 to 138 pounds, Luke Casey ' TS. Jim Rlckert. Ninth match. David Strong vs. Morris Rudlo. Tenth match, Ben Evans vs. Edgar Barnes, In the 148 to 158-pound division. In the eleventh match. Duffy Murray will wrestle Bob Sullivan. The twelfth match should be a heavy weight match with Bob 7A- bowskl wrestling an opponent. Th match will not be held unless som ono can be found who will go o the mat with Terrible Bob, but tli wrestling coach has two opponeni In mind that may attempt, th match. All wrestlers are urged t be on time as the following mate will take place Immediately after decision of the preceding match ha been determined. There will be n dragging out and every match wi be of 10 minutes duration at tl most, to either a fall or a decision The doors will open at 7:10. N reserved seats. Results of last night's wrestlin eliminations 1n the city wrestlin tournament are as follows: Byron Pierce threw Don War by decision, 80-pound class. In th 100-pound class, W. Leaf thre Billy Williams by decision. In th 118-pound devlslon. Bill Wreatle threw Doyle Btott In B minutes, 3 Eeconds. Donald Allen lost to B. Bentle In three minutes and 30 second K. Jones threw F. Kldd in 5 min utes, IB seconds. In the 148-poun division, M. Hiidlo threw Bo Fletcher in 8 minutes, and in th last match, D. Marry throw Job Van Winkle In 8 minutes, 10 sec onds. in the represented are at was and In

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  1. The Independent-Record,
  2. 13 Apr 1934, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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