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of the of fight to less de- even ago. and an MTEUfl 1ESTLIN6 TITLES DECIDED IN HECTIC POUTS IIT THE I. M. C. EIGHT OF ELEVEN DIVISION CHAMPS ARE AWARDED MEDALS WHILE THREE MATCHES END IN DRAWS AS CROWD CHEERS A m a t e u r wrestling champions were crowned In several weight dl- Islons at the Helena Y. M. C. A. ast night although there are co- oldors of the titles In three dlvl- lons. A good crowd was out for the how which won hearty approval rom the crowd and much praise or wrestling coach Ted Cooney vho has given the boys some valu- ble and useful Information about he rassle a.now gatno. All matches vero cond'ucted under a m a t e u r ules. Tho following are thÂ» results of ho various divisions, the winner jecomlng champion of that weight. 60-70 p o u n d s -- R o b e r t Lewis hrew Jack Eybol in two minutes, 6 seconds. 70-80 pounds--Willie O o r m a n hrew Hyron Pierce In 3:04. SO-SO pounds--John Whltllnghlll hrew Harold Wenstrom In 1:46. 90-100 pounds--Willie Leaf threw Fay Slmcs In 9:20. 100-110 pounds--Jack Milan threw Stanley Eck In 3:57. 110-118 pounds -- John Routzan threw Bill Whcatley In 1:10. 118-128 pounds--Kenneth Jones and Bert Bentley went 10 minutes to a draw. 128-138 pounds--Luke Casey and Jim Rickert went 10 minutes to a draw. 138-148 pounds -- Morris Rudla throw Dave Strong In 3:65. 148-158 pounds--Ben Kvnns and Edgar Barnes went 10 minute* to a draw. 168-168 pounds -- D u f f y throw Bob Sullivan In 4:24. Professor Albertson of tho Helena, Helena, high school was tho referee of the evening. It was stated that the draw events may be run off again at a Inter date although they may allou tho draws to stand.