Clipped From The Daily Capital News
William M e t h - t at C o l l e g e Jewell; Wrestling returns to Helias Boyce Professional wrestling is on tap at the Helias High School fieldhouse on Monday, Nov. 6, with both heavyweights and girl grapplers to be featured. The Helias Booster Club and~ the Jefferson City Babe Ruth L e a g u e will sponsor a four-event card, with action to be gin at 8 p.m. Heading the lineup will be a power test between two king-sized wrestlers -- Rufus Jones, a 280-pounder, and Baron Von Raschke, 260. A slugging match between the two giants is expected. Jones has been a mainstay in the Mo.-Kan. area the last few seasons and has proved his strength and durability. His opponent, who only recently returned from the In- dianapolis-Cincinnati area, is fast and aggressive and makes the most of a wide a s s o r t m e n t o f p o w e r measures. Sturdy Omar Atlas, a talen- ted Venezuelan, will be in ac- tion in the semifinal match. The fast-stepping Latin will tangle with youthful Billy Howard, a capable newcomer seeking to establish himself the regional listings. Mixed tag team action, a girl and a 'midget making each unit, also is set. Betty Niccoli, a pretty City gal, will side with Johnny Reb and together they'll oppose Jean Antone. and her midget partner, Littlebrook. The high-flying midgets, hard-pressed to top 110 ds, will collide in the match.