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Iowa Hawkeyes Drub Indiana's Hoosiers 82-64 From Wirt S«rvic« In a stunning form reversal, Iowa's Hawkeyes smashed Indi- ena's mighty Iloosicrs 82-04 Monday night, thus keeping themselves Jind Illinois in strong contention for thc;Big Ten basketball championship. , lllindis helped its own cause with a C6-64 conquest of Wisconsin Guard Jim Wright winning the game with two last-second free throws. : Indiana, had it won from Iowa: would have been guaranteed shave of the conference title ami would have needed only OD.C victory in its final two games--against Ohio State and Illinois--for full possession. Pressure on Hoosiers As it is, the pressure now Is on either from ail of the Iloosicrs to Iowa or claiming Illinois, a share prevent or both, or even the championship. Indiana has Won 10 and lost two. Iowa has a 0-3 mark and Illinois 8-3. , To complete 'their 14-gamc' con- ference schedule, the Ilawkcye.s must face Michigan vState and Ohio Stale. Illinois plays Michigan, Northwestern and Indiana, in that order. Coach Bucky O'Connor's Iowa sophomores, bouncing back from a 74-51 licking by the Illini Saturday, took complete charge against the Hoosiers. Schtuerman S t a r s With Mill Scheuerman Mealing the ball repeatedly and his fellow sophomore guard, Bill Seabcrg, scoring consistently, the Hawks .struck for a 3G-28 haJftinie. lead, hold off a weak Hoosier comeback in the 'third period and then ran away. Seabcrg .icorod 21 points and Center Bill Logan, another sophomore, 17. Don Schlundt, the Hoosier All America candidate, was held to 20 points while usually-reliable guard Bob Leonard could account for only six Indiana points. Two of Iowa's starters collected four fouls early i n ; the game as Carl Cain was called on four per- sonals in the first period and Bill Schoof remained in the game until Schoof fouled out in the third period. Weak Indiana Shooting Indiana hit 21 of 81 field goal attempts for a mediocre .259 average, while Iowa connected for .365 on 27 of 74 attempts. Indiana led only at the first quarter, coming from behind to take a 15-13 edge. The Hoosiers extended their margin to 21-16 midway in the second period, but inept ball handling and poor shoot- Holy Family Take District Openers Maroons Get 22nd Victory UNDERNEATH--Dean Peter of Sheffield (30) is about' to get off a shot against Orchard in the class B district game at Roosevelt fieldhouse Monday night. Guarding him is Dean Simpson. Sheffield won the game 51-44 as Peter hit 22 points for the Claydiggers, 13 of them in a ! big'second quarter. No. 30 for Orchard is Harold Prochas- Gavilan Prohibitive Favorite to Beat Cunningham MIAMI BEACH, 'Fla. ,(UP) -Welterweight champion Kid Gavil a n . was a prohibitive favorite;to beat Johnny Cunningham of Baltimore, Mel., Tuesday night in a 10- round non-title bout, and 'also was expected to have about a five-pound weight adventagc. Gavilan took this .bout ,as a "tune-up" f o r , his 1 bout" against world middleweight champion Carl (Bobo) Olson on April 2. But Cunningham has surprised a champion before, last September ,ln Miami when he upset world lightweight champion Jimmy Carter, and he is confident he can "take Gavilan" in what would rank as boxing's biggest upset of this year. ; Since his win over Carter, Cunningham was knocked out by ; welterweight Carmen Basilio on Nov. 20. Only two.months previous, Basilio had lost a' close decision to Gavilan in n title bout. . / Gavilan expected to weigh about 353 pounds for tonight's bout and said he won't weigh "much more" Ayh.cn he faces Olson. Cunningham expected to weigh about H8. Strawberry Point Edges Out Dike in Boys-District 56-50 WAVERLY -- Strawberry Point edged out Dike Monday night 5G-50 after staving off a second .half rally. Strawberry Point held a commanc!ing ; 30-17 lead at the half. Dick Clausen .hit 18 for the winners., Bob Christiansen had 13 for Dike, The win gives Strawberry Point a 23-G record. Dike has won and.lost 15.'The winner of tbe Waverly-Grundy Center game-Tuesday night'meets Strawberry Point'Fri- day in'tho district Class A finals. MITCHELL SECOND CLEVELAND OR--Dale Mitchell, hard-hitting outfielder for the- Indians, holds the second bets lifetime batting avcragc'in the American League.' Dale owns a .315 mark for, 956 games. The 32-year old left-handed swinger has-been with the Indians^ since 1946. The top lifetime t marlc in the league, of course, belongs to Ted Williams of the Red Sox. His average is .348 in 1,464 games. Duquesne Keeps AP Poll Lead ! . NEW YORK W--Duqucsne's unbeaten basketball forces continue to lead Tuesday in a battle with Kentucky--also unbeaten--for top national honors. The Dukes from Pittsburgh, for the second straight week, captured the No. 1 spot in The Associated Press poll of sports writers arid sportscasters with the Wildcats from Lexington close behind. The first six teams, in fact, held their grounds. comer to the Duke, the lone new- top ten this week, replaced Iowa, which fell to a 20th place tie" with Illinois. Duquesne garnered 934 points and 38 of the 128 first place ballots cast. The Kcntuckians came up with 27 firsts and 853 points. Both teams have 22-0 records. The poll standings, won-lost records in parentheses. 1. Duijiieine 2'i-0) . . . . . ........ ; . . . 934 S. Kentucky (22-0) ................. " K53 .1. InrtUna (17-3) .. .......... ; ..... . . . f i ' J I 4. Western Kentucky (26-1) ....... sn« K. Oklahoma A M (21-3) . . . . . ; . . 533 8. .Vntre Dame (17-S) ..... . ........ 41-1 7. llnljr Cram (21-1) ................. 301 X. George W*.itiln(ton (18-1) ........ 201 ft. 'Seitlle ·· M ll-l)- . . . . . -i 10. Oil Ice (18-.1) . . . . . . . . . . . ....... !·.!". IBS The SUte, "ayton, Kaniaj. Colorado/ AM, U,C 1. A Iowa and Illinois ( l i e ) . ' . leconil t e n : Maryland, Louisiana ],aS»lle, WlchlU, OklaJiom* Cllj-, Dukes Also First in UP Ratings I^EW YORK (UP)-Thc United Press college basketball ratings with first-place votes in parentheses: .* M" ' 1. nnqu»n«!"(2l» .. 2. Indiana (?) H. Kentucky ((])· . . . . ·I. Oklahoma A i M . K. Western Kentucky (I. Holy Cross . . . . . . . 7. Notre n»m« (I) . ..,,,,]',]'.',]'.'.'" 8. LmiUlana State 0, Kin**! , , ( i a* 10. I.aSalle , , , . . , '.' fi» Second 10 team$: II. (tie), Illinois lit each! 13, Oeor/re Washington Sit I I , nuke 23i IB, Seattle 21) HI, Colorado A*M ( I ) , 20i IT;! Wichita I S l 18, (lie), rowa and Rice 11 each) 20, North Carolina. Stale 9. ' J. H. Marston Bondix and Whirlpool · Solci and S e r v i c e PHONE 988 OR 920 To Shift Girls Cage Tourney Site in '55 DBS MOINES W)--The J o w -a girls state basketball tournament, long h e l d ^ i n ' t h e ' D r a k e fieldhouse here, is scheduled .to move to a new DCS Moincs site next year. Executive:' Secretary Rod Chisholm o f , the Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union said-Tuesday it'is planned to hold the 1955 tourney in the DCS Moincs Memorial Auditorium now under construction, Orchard, Osage Pali in Monday Games By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor Sheffield and H o l y Family o. Mason City, both favored for first round victories, came through with wins Monday night at Rooseveli Fieldhouse to open the district boys basketball tournament. Sheffield took the opening class B game by ousting Orchard 51-44 while Holy Family took Osage 5838. The loss sva.s only the fifth in 2G games for Orchard. Sheffield hiked its mark to 19-5 for the season while Holy Family boosted its record to 22-4. Scoring Oddity The class B game produced an o'ddity considering that Orchard was beaten by seven points. The Mitchell County team outscored Sheffield in three of the four quarters of the game. But the other quarter was a great, great big one for the Claydiggers. Orchard Jed at the end of the first period 11-6. Then Sheffield went to work to score nine straight points. By the time the. buzzer sounded at halftime, Sheffield was in front 32-17 as the Claydiggers outscored Orchard 2G-fi in that, second quarter. The 15-point margin was too much for the losers. F^sr Break Clicks Dean Peter, held scoreless the first, quarter, hit 13 points in the second period and finished with 22 'or the game, tops for both clubs. It was a fast break attack which turned the tide. Wesley Benson, who'fouled o u t ' o f action near the end p£ the third quarter, was the top scorer for Orchard w.i t h 12 points. ' , · . Osage had a 3-2 lead against the Maroons in the second game but hat was the only time the Green Devils led. Coach Ken Conway's crew was in front 11-4 by the end o£ .the first period and the Maroons, looking great,; hit 19 points n the second quarter for a 30-17 halftime margin. The Green Devils made a come- ack in the third, quarter to cut the lead to nine points with the score 32-23. But Holy Family rebounded to lead 40-27 at the end of the third. Then in the fourth quarter, Osage had another spurt .6 trim the lead to 10 points but the Vlaroons again went \o work to 'inish the game with a fat 20-point edge. Well Blanc*d Attack Bob Becktum h a d nine points and Charley Murray eight for Dsage but no one else had over five points for;the 'losers. Meanwhile, Holy Family displayed its isual w e 11 balanced attack and :he starting guards.paced the scor- ng. Denny Lannoti was the leader with 15 points and he was followed )y Rulic Vega with 12. The victory was the s i x t h straight for Holy Family. The Maroons did have a 'little difficulty in controlling the boards, especially after the first quarter. But their passing and .defensive work was far superior in the game. 4:02.6 Mile by Aussie Mile Star MELBOURNE (M-John Landy, Australia's ace miler, turned in a 4:02.6 clocking Tuesday at "Olympic Park bucking a strong headwind on a track made heavy by i drizzling rain. Landy's time* was iust 1.2 seconds off the world standard of 4:0i.4, set by Sweden's under Haegg in 1945. :on i stopped Angeles, 3. FIGHT: RESULTS Ky The Associated Press ' '--Gene Smith, 127; Washing Dave G.-illnrrlo, 126V4. Los HOLYOKE, MOJIS,--Gerald Dreyer. ISO, South . Africa slopped -Johnny Bowman Brown, 156, Now York, 4. BUTTE. Montana -- Ramon Tjscareno, 15, I.o« Angeles clecisioncd Billy SuUUuth, 47,' Topcka, Kon., 10. T r~\XT/-* T * r i * / - * T T -»~v -r. Globe-Gazette photos LONG REACH -- Denny Larmon (32) of Holy Family starts a jump shot against Osage in the second quarter but Bob Becktum, tall center for the Green Devils, makes a long reach to: block the shot. The Maroons were leading at the time, 22-11..Holy, Family won the game 58-38 in class_ A- district competition for''a 22-4 mark for the season and Lannon finished as-the high scorer of.-the,game with 15 points. No. 30'behind Lannon is Carl Bowman of Osage. The Boxscores 1'eter ................. 20 C. rctcr ................. i u l l l v a n .......... . ..... ·.. o I roil we r .,. ...... ......'..' U Voile .... ......... . ...... ''-. w wanson Ft Pf n T u 2 :! i '( '* 4 ' a · TOTALS ]0 ) R C I I A K D -- I I Kj W. Benson 5 I. Prochaska. . . ; . . . . . . , . . 2 C. Prochaska Benson 2 Mticn o hlllpp u . Benson . . . 0 o ,ock o Zuhlemeler ...'. o TOTALS '. is Score bjr quarters: (I) HEFFIELD . . . . . 1 (i 13 Ft 0 t :t 1 n i u 0 0 It 15 Pf 18 «) « 32 39 17 31 Teier O R C H A R D n Free throws missed: D. Irouwer -I, Nolle 4. Brown t, Simpson 4, D. Ilensoii 6, K u h l e m e l e r , J. llcnion. O r f l c l a l s : R h u m , L l c h l y and Hau(en. IOI.Y FAMILY---SH Ft Vllsou ; . . . . 4 Brims M a l h a h s Irunsou .ynch Berrle . TOTALS 22 OSAC.E--.18 'Tg Iiirray -t )rlale n leckttim 4 ohnsten 2 Bowman 0 lennjt ,. : . l . R y a n . . . . 0 emellck : £ underson ' , . ' . . . . ' . . . . . . . . . 'n Cussalr. 0 Cyan ft Ft 1 0 0 1 0 0 14 Ft U n i i TOTALS ............... IS Score by quarters: (1) HOLV FAMILY . . . . . I . . . J l 4 4 :t 1 o o - 1 i) l 0 n ia rf 4 o 4 3 1 10 fi ,' 1 V 15 f 0 0 » n o 58 Tp ft 0 0 5 1*1 .n n i Kentucky Stars Have Played Their Last Game at Home '. NEW YORK UK--The sun won't shine bright on the home of Kentucky basketball, for the three big stars have played their final game there. l/ All America Cliff Hagan, Frank Ramsey and Lou Tsioropoulos, the last'remaining members of Kentucky's 1951 national champions, bowed out on the Lexington, Ky ; , court in fine style Monday night as they led Kentucky to a 100-64 rout of;. Vanderbilt. Hagan scored 22 points, Tsioropoulos 20 and Ramsey 19. They have two more regular season games away from home, then in all probability will wind up their college careers in a playoff with Louisiana State for the Southeast- e r n Conference championship. Even if Kentucky, second ranked nationally, wins that one, the three can't play in the NCAA tourney because they're-now postgraduates. LSU kept pace with Kentucky in the SEC. race by whipping .Alabama 79-65 as 6-9 Bob Pettit ran up 35 points. . OSAGE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Ti 18 S8 2 ) (S) ''«) :o -to M 17 27 38 Free throws missed: Bruns, Zlrbel 2. eir« :i, Lannon C. Berrle. Lynch Z . M u r iy S. Keckliim .1, Itowman, G e m e l t c h , Kus»(z. Klenast,2. , : Ilauj-en, Llchty and Rhum. SHEFFIELD TO HAVE PRO WRESTLING SHOW SHEFFIELD--The Lions Club is ponsoring a AyrestUng show to be leld in the high school gymnasium March '2.; One of the feature wres- .lers will be' Gypsy" Joe, '"star of TV. There will aso'be one ladies match and another men's match. Proceeds will be used for civic programs. RAWOVTEllEVISION SERVICE * % T A I L O R I N G Our New. Spring Fabrics are In now In a fine lelec- Uon o( colors and patterni. Spring Suits 57.50 i Ed Finnegan 24-A 1st St. S, E. 21 Y«»rs Experience PLTERRTIOnS-BEPfiIRS Northwestern while Bob Armstrong and Julius McCoy each caged 17 or the Spartans. Minnesota's win came on a last half rally as Dick armaker netted 26 markers. The Big Ten schedule Saturday has Illinois at Michigan, Indiana at Ohio State, Iowa at Michigan State, Northwestern at Minnesota and Wisconsin at Purdue. OWA Choof, 1 ......... ,'ain, f ........ .. Jtincan, f . . . . . . . . R l d J e y , f ......... W. L. P e t . Tl" ndlatia j(| o ^-^ , t ^. t O M a ! S [-J5II KS(i Jints g ;^ _7j* jj./.^ Minnejofs n j '^^ i^nii orthwestern . . . . (j (i [.^oo JJH'* Wisconsin r, B "151 · hlo Stale n 7 .||7 llchlsan State .. :i 8 .272 Ilchlgan 2 » .1x2 dne 2 10 .167 ng .saw the tide lurn near the end f the period. Both teams traded points in the bird quarter, and Indiana still railed by 8 going into the final x:riod with the score, 54-46. The Jawkeyes turned the game into a rout in the final period, leading by 0 and 11 points most of the quar- er. Indiana rallied once early in the ourth period to narrow the score o 56-50, but that was the closest he Hoosiers couid get and Iowa lulled away steadily from then on. Cops Fifth Straight The championship significance of be Iowa-Indiana and Illinois-Wisconsin battles obscured Northwest- em's feat in notching its fifth traight Big Ten w i n . Michigan State was the victim, 80-71. Second Twin Bill Carded at Roosevelt First round play will be completed in classes B and A of the district boys basketball tournament at Mason City Tuesday night. Fertile, with a fancy 28-2 record for the season, will play Jludd, which has a J6-5 record, in the class B opener at 7 o'clock Tuesday night. The second game will be between a pair of strong class A teams at 8:30 when the New Hampton Chicks take on the Greene Ramblers. New Hampton, a member of the strong Northeast Iowa Conference, has a 15-6 mark for the season. Greene, which won the Butler County tour- carries a 20-4 record into 9-70. Frank ·Rhmann tallied nament In the only other conference (Tuesday's play, amc, .Minnesota beat .Michigan' The New Hampton-Greene game jis expected to produce a battle bc- 21 for twecn a pair of high scoring centers, Frank Ulley of the Chicks and Lloyd Graven of the Ramblers. Here's the rundown on o t h e r Tuesday games for North Iowa teams: AT GARNER Class A--Bancroft St. John's vs. Garner, 7:30. AT IOWA FALLS Class A--Belmond vs. Iowa Falls 7:30. AT POSTVILLE Class A--Cresco vs. Monona, 7:30. AT ROLFE Class B ~ Livermorc vs. Pocahontas Sacred Heart, 7:30. AT WATERLOO Class B--Readlyn vs. Winthrop, 7. Class A--Manchester vs. Waterloo St. Mary's, 8:30. AT WAVERLY Class A--Grundy Center vs. Waverly, 7:30. Feb. 23, . W4 Mason Cily Globe-Gaxetle, MIIOIA Clly, h. J i l l e r . c e a b c r j . g , . c l i e u c r n i a i l , l a w t h o r n e , f TOTALS .VI)! AN A ·Craak, I 'arley, / Vhite, f Choice, f chlundt, colt, g TO 0 'J « 0 1 TOTALS 21 °. WA 13 33 18 .DIANA 13 i;j ijj Free throws missed: Iowa--Cain. Dun an :;, Logan 2, Seabere. Scheuerraan 2. ndlana--Kraalc 2, Farley 2, Scott 2 liolce 2. Technical foul--Leonard, Indiana *' Big Ten Standings 7.1I 9lg 713 579 780 OP 8«7 KO.-i :n xts gr.7 87 Figures S/iow That Tourney Grind to State Not Long Is the tournament trail a toug' one for the high school .youngster in Iowa? That's a question that has often een argued throughout the state '"here are critics of tournament lay who say it is too strenuous for he high school players, pointing ut that playing so ;many games (rings too great ,a strain for the oung athletes. · The fact, however, might point in he other direction. First, just how many games" does a team have to lay to get to the state meet at owa City next March 16-20? Here re figures to show the MAXIMUM f games: Class AA--One district, two sub- tate--total;of three; Class A--Two sectional, two dis- rict, two sub state--total of six; Class B--Three sectional, two istrict, two sub-state -- total of even., Those are maximum figures. In tie sectional meets it is often one ess in each of the classes. Another point to examine is the act that this series starts Feb. 8 nd ends March 13, a period of five /eeks. Not until the quarterfinals f the state meet series does a earn play on two straight nights xcept in an emergency. Forest City Tops Algona in District GARNER -- Paced by John Osbrink's 25 points, the Forest City- Indians Monday night swept Algona from the boys district here 70-54. Coach Norm Jesperson's team opened up after a mediocre 14-12 first 'quarter to gain a 34-24 edge at halEtime. The Indians stretched their lead three points 48-35 at tbe third quarter mark am again by the game's conclusion. Boys District Cage Scores AT ADELB--Truro Gi, Crime* Si., Slater 37, Alleman 41. AT ATLANTIC B--Tennaol 6'i, Lewis 411. .Massena S5, Casey 30. AT C J A n N A V l L I . O 15--Oelwelii Sacred,Heart K, Delhi M. AT G A R N E R A--Forest City 70, Aljona SI. AT J1OI.STE1N IS--Early 71, Truendate 41, Correotlonyllle 07. Marcus 43. AT IOWA FALLS A--I.atlmer-CoulUr Franklin Com. tt, Nevada 53. , . AT JEFFERSO.V Ai-Cllddcn 48, Panora 48 (overtime), l i -- R l p p e y 51, Breda SI. Hcrnard's fl!. AT .MASON CJTST A--Muaon Clly Holy Family SB, 0»»t« J'. II--Sheffield 51, Orchard 41. AT M O O K I I K A I ) U--Charier Oak C, iMondamln 10 ( o v e r - t i m e ) . AT MOt'.Vf A V R A--I'.edford 71. Leon IJ.V AT NEWTON A--KnnvvllJe SI, Telia f:t. H -- L y n n v l l l e I I , Tracy Ift. AT OTTUMWA A -- l i l o o m f i e J d s:{. Otlumwa Walsh «l. 11--Melroie 50, lllakesbure 18. A T ' P O C A H O N T A S A--Storm Lake 17, Humboldt 13. AT POSTVILLE B--Xew A l b l n M, Fort Atklnton 38. Luana 50, Notre Dame Crcsco 33. AT R K D OAK B--Emerson Wales-Lincoln 06, Paclfl* Jet. X I . Strahan 61, Northboro - I I . AT SIOUX CITY A--Sioux Center lift, George 35. U--Maurice S.1, Hornlck 4U. AT SPENCER II--Hull 62, E v e r l y 13. Hock Valley lil, Harris 51. Kodinan Jifj, Armstrong 28. AT WAVEHLY A--Strawberry Point Sli, Dike 50. AT 1VHEATLAND B--Wheatland- 117, Onslnw IB. AT WATERLOO A--Independence "l, Vlnlon 41. B--Waterloo OLVA 67, Hudson 52. Franklin Cons. Beats Nevada in District IOWA FALLS -- Franklin Con- olidated upset Nevada Monday ight in the boys district at Iowa 'alls 63-55. Franklin took the lead at the onset of the contest and built up a 34-25 margin by the half and leld on tbe remaining two quar- ers. Cousins Gary and Milo Muhlen- bruck kept the Cubs off balance with 22 points apiece for the winners. Center Jack Gearhart tallied 20 points for Nevada. Nevada came into the contest Dave Deyine and Doug Meye eacb dumped in 13 points 'for the losers. Forest, City wiB r -meet the winner of Tuesday,-night's Garner- Bancroft St. .John's game in :lass A;final Friday., tie On Feb. '16, Forest'City had eked out a 67-65 overtime victory over he Bulldogs on the Algona home ourt. But Algona couldn't stay vith the rampaging Indians here. The Bulldogs closed out the sea- on with a 14-9 record. Forest City ow has won 18 and lost five. The boxscore: with a 13-5 record including a victory over the bighly, touted Roland Rockets' to which. Franklin "had fallen 48-35. The consolidated school-now -has -a Franklin plays 13-11-record, the winner of LGONA--SI F f Ft Pf hrlstenscti i 2 1 utchlns 2 1 5 eyer 4 5 5 evlne 4 fl 4 ook ;t ] i ermand ; ·* o 0 albralth U 0 :$ angmaelt 2 :t o m moils n 0 1 mon i) i i TOTALS is 18 il OREST CITY-- 70 Fg jbrJnk ...... ...... JO lime .· ..... . ....... 5 chmidt ... ........ 6 eikena rmstronc . arson ................... i atigen ............... . . . 0 lenert ................ . . o .TOTALS Score by quarters: Ft 0 4 0 0 18 LGONA OREST CITY en . 12 . 11 Pf X 4 3 1 1 1 I S (S) 3S IX Tp 4 ii 13 ia 4 0 II 1 54 Tp 17 6 4 fi U 0 70 (I) Free throws missed: Forest City C, Alona 10. . . Tuesday night's 'Belmond - Jowa Falls game in the Class A finals Friday at 7:30 p.m. Forest City Team Wins Inter-City Bowling League The Forest City A i e a m fin- shed as the leader in an 8-team bowling league composed of two earns each from Dick's Bowling Center and Lee's Lanes of Mason Ity, Ventura and Forest City. . The competition ' lasted seven veeks with teams alternating the competition between the four al- eys. Plans have been discussed o enlarge the activity next year v i t h the possibility that other owns may be' included. The league operated under the anction of the American Bowling Congress on a handicap system based on 200 scratch. The Forest ity A team finished with a 32-10 record. Tied for second on 23-19 record were Willow Inn of Venura and Dick's A of Mason City. TV STARS WRESTLING Tuesday Mar. 2-s:)o p.m. High School Gym SHEFFIELD, IOWA Sponsored by the Sheffield Lions Club -- FEATURE EVENT JOHNNY BALBO vs. For mtir.; Light Heavyweight Champion ' GYPSY JOE 2 Out of 3 Falls -- 1 Hour Time Limit Girl Wrestlers -- Semi-Windup TERRY MAJORS ELLA WALDEK 1 Out of 3 F«H« -- 45 Minut« Tim* Limit PLUS lj OTHER MATCH Admiiiion;; Rln fl iid* $1.75;/C«fW«l »1.50;! Children 75c TicktJ* on »!· at M.l't Smok* Shop, Maion City ·nd Lindy's C«f«, Sh«ffi«|d, )ow« L«on DC Rock, Promoter 'f

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