Clipped From The Independent Record
WRESTLING TITLE MATCHES AT CARROLL COLLEGE ARE WITNESSED BY BIG CROWD A large and enthusiastic crowd a t t e n d e d the divisional champions champions h i p w i e h t l i n g m a t c h e s at tho Carroll Carroll college gym last n i g h t and saw a f i n e card of f i v e wrestling titles and two boxing matches decided. Coach Ted Coouey presented his pupils pupils in their a n n u a l exhibition vork and from what the fans gathered the young man knows how to teach his boys something of the game. Dick Coe refereed the boxing matches while Chuck Nelson ref- j ereed the wrestling matches, assisted assisted by Kotonen as judge. Both are professional wrestlers appearing on the caid here M o n d a y night. The f i g h t s saw Lee Drake decision decision Rusty MacDonald In one exhibition, exhibition, while Chuck Gernold won a t e c h n i c a l knockout over Howard Bennett in the second round. Tho results of the wrestling matches folio?.': Don Casey wrn from Vic Conway In the 135-pound class, taking the match lu five minutes and threw seconds with a three-quarter KeW son. MacBrlde defeated Dick Challo* ner In four minutes and 30 seconda. with a body slam In the 145-pouna division. Pete Murry threw Art Baker !Â« three minutes and 25 seconds wltt| a body scissors, to win the 15!Â» pound division. Duffy Murry threw Vlnce Meyef with a half-Nelson and arm bar win the 165-pound division, after six minutes and 10 seconds of wrestling. A. Multz threw Tom Gannon with' a half-Nelson nnd an arm-bar In two minutes and 10 seconds, to win 175-pound title.