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Five LHS Wrestlers Qualify for District Five Leavenworth High wrestlers wrestlers qualified for the regional tournament, to be held this Friday Friday and Saturday at Arkansas City. Qualifiers there will compete in the staite meet at Colby the following weekend, Feb. 19 and 20. Terry Olson won second place in the 103-pound class to finish as the top qualifier in the Topeka Topeka district tournament of any Pioneer grappler. Others qualifying, their weights and places In the dis- tiict tourney are: Gary Hilding, 95, third; Vernell Vernell Baker, 165, third; Stan Millard, 154, third; and Tom Douthltt, 180, fourth. All of the LHS wrestlers, with the exception of Olson, were defeated defeated at least twice. But, because because of the sport's unique elimination elimination system, they were able to qualify for the regional. In wrestling, the loser of a match can continue up the elimination 1-adder as long as his conqueror conqueror continues. For example, Da glen of Hayden Hayden defeated Jones of Leavenworth Leavenworth in the first round. However, However, since Daglen continued on undefeated, Jones was able to continue until he lost again. This system permits the second- best wrestler to stay in the running running if, by the luck of the draw, he is beaten by the top man hi his division in the first round. El Dorado edged Highland Park for the team championship championship at Topeka, 66 to 65. Hayden Hayden was third with 58 and Topeka Topeka High fourth with 55 points, the same as Emporia. Seman was next with 53 points and Lewenworth had 41. Other teams scores include: Kansas School for the Blind, 28; Washburn Rural, 26; Washington Washington (Bethel), 17; Shownee Heights 16; Columbus 8; Turner Turner 2; Olathe 2; and Paola, 1. Results of all matches involving involving Leavenworth High wrestlers wrestlers are: FIRST ROUND 95 — Hilcling, Leavenworth, defeated defeated Slkes. KSB. 7-0; Hlldlng pinned Bomberger, Highland Park, 1:31: Skinner, Seaman, defeated Hllding, 2-0. 103—Olson, Leavenworth, defeated McClelland, Highland Park. 1-1-2; Olson Olson defeated Lewis, KSI3. 5-2. 112—Patterson, Topeka West, defeated defeated AlbrlRht. Leavenworth, 2-0. 120 Crowder. Topeka Hi^h, pinned Stewart, Leavenworth. 4:-18 127 — Koch, Seaman, defeated Morrow, Leavenworth, 4-0. 133 — Nelson, Washington, <Je- fented Yocum, Leavenworth, 4-0. 138 — Bishop, Leavenworth. pinned Washington. 4:15; Bishop pinned Stone, Washburn Rural, 3:34 (oO ; Miller defeated Bishop, 5-4. 145 — Daglen. Hayden, defeated Jones, Loavcnworth. 4-0. 154 — Wall. El Dorado, defeated Mlllnrd. Lcavenworth, 3-2. 165 — Baker, Lcavenworth, defeated defeated Allen, Washington, 9-4; Wallace, Wallace, Highland Park, pinned Baker. 3:08. ISO — Douthltt. Leavenworth, defeated defeated Sweet, Topeka West, 2-0; j Cage Scores I Glenn, Hnydcn, defonted Douthltt, 4-0. Unlimited—Sultt, Highland Park, defeated Wngnrr, Lonven worth, 9-8. CONSOLATION 95 — Illldlng defeated Coy, Co- lumhiis, 6-2. 138 — Chesncy, Highland Pafk, defeated Bishop, 2-0. 145 — Nenl, Highland Park, defeated defeated Jones, 7-6. 164 '— Mlllnrd defeated Shields, Washington, 6-5. _ 165 — Bnkcr pinned BegRS, Columbus, Columbus, 4:25. 180 — Douthltt defeated Pnttoni, Columbus, 3-2. CONSOLATION FINALS 95 — HlUlIng plnnod Hartwell, To- pelea High, 4:40. 154 _ Mlllard defeated Conroy, Washburn Rural, 2-0. 165 — Baker won over Degglnger, Topoka High, by forfeit. 180 _ Mogusnr, Washington, defeated defeated Douthltt, 3-1. CHAMl'IONSHIP FINALS 103 — T. Gull, El Dorado, do- . feated Olson, 6-0. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Duquesne 75, Wichita T3 SOUTH Davidson 103, West. Va. 90 Vanderbilt 96, LSU 85 Tennessee 96, Mississippi 50 Kentucky 74, MLss. Slate 56 Auburn 83, Florida 79 Alabama 83, Tulane 68 t MIDWEST Kansas 71, Missouri 60 Michigan 81, Iowa 66 Indiana 112, Mich. State M Illinois 86, Ohio Slate 71 Miami, Ohio 97, Xavier 68 Detroit 78, Chi. Loyola 76 Bradley 85, Cincinnati 69 Notre Dame 94, Butler 72 SOUTHWEST Prairie View 97, Alcorn 81 Pan Am. 89, Corpus Christi 87 Hard-Simmons 66, Midwest. 6n South. La. 99, Ark. AM&N 98 FAB WEST Colorado 57, Oklahoma 55 Utah State 91, Denver 62 GIFT ^ WRAPPED VALENTINE KING EDWARD CIGARS AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLING BRAND

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  1. The Leavenworth Times,
  2. 09 Feb 1965, Tue,
  3. Page 6

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