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Sham-ateurism Shrouds Olympic Games Opening C " RENOBLE, France (AP) —President Charles de Gaulle of France opens the 10th Winter Olympics Tuesday—Games, shrouded with problems even before an athlete bids for a medal. The International Ski Federation’s decision to allow' manufacturers’ names to be used on skis has produced the biggest controversy. Avery Brundage, president of the International Olympic Committee, heard the decision and immediately called an emergency meeting for today of his 10-man executive board to discuss the problem. Earlier in the week, the Ski Federation had said that trade marks would be barred from the Olympics and Brundage, a disciple of complete amateurism in the Olym- E ics, said that any athlete reaking the rule would be thrown out of the Olympics. But about an hour later, the Ski Federation, under pressure from team captains, reversed itself and said it would allow trade marks to be used. Rumors spread around Grenoble that it was possible that skiing events—instead of being Olympic events—would be called world championships. In championships outside the Olympics, skiers are allowed to use the names of manufacturers on their skis without any problems. Brundage refused to comment and simply said: "We have our meeting arranged and you must wait to see what the decisions are.” At another meeting—called by the Russians—Yuri Mashin. president of the Central Committee of Soviet Sports Delegations, told more than 100 newsmen ■■■■■■■■■MM ns preparing to cover the games: "The Soviet sportsmen are profoundly disgusted by the American aggression in Vietnam." An American reporter ask ed whether it was "right and proper" to introduce political matters at a news conferenc concerned with sport. "Questions of peace and war are not only political questions," Mashin replied. "They are of vital importance to everyone, particularly in the world of sports." There were several mishaps as athletes completed training for the Games. Robin Morning, a 20-year- old American skier from Santa Monica. Calif., suffered a broken right leg training for the women’s downhill race. Dr. Lawrence Crane, who set the leg in a cast, said a decision would be made today on a possible operation. Rod Hebron of Canada, Hi ii Badger '5' Without One, Maybe 2Guards Vs. Illini MADISON (AP)— Wisconsin’s basketball Badgers will be without one and perhaps two guards tonight when they seek to ambush Illinois’ surprising Illini in the Badger field house. Mel Reddick, a hustling sophomore guard from Chicago, has been lost to the Badgers for the duration of the campaign because of low grades. Coach John Erickson received a second jolt Monday when junior Tom Mitchell came up with a knee injury after a collision during a practice session. "Trouble seems to come in bunches," said Erickson, "Mitchell was having an awful hard time moving around and may miss the Illinois game." Erickson said he probably would replace Mitchell with Vikes Sign Three Draftees ST. PAUL - MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings announced Monday the signing of three players drafted last week, plus a free agent. They are Dick Wherry, flanker from Northern, S.D., State taken on the 13th round, quarterback Jim Haynie from Westchester (Pa.) State claimed on the 15th round, and guard Bill Hull of Tennessee Tech, taken on the 17th round. senior Jim McCallum. Mike Carlin figures to start at the other backcourt position. The Badger forward wall probably will be composed of juniors Ted Voigt and James Johnson, and senior Joe Franklin. Erickson expressed hope his Badgers could avoid any scoring lapses which figured prominently in the last three Wisconsin defeats—all by lopsided margins. In their last outing, the Badgers were shellacked 8664 at Ohio State. Their two defeats prior to that were by a 70-56 margin to Marquette and by a 99-79 score to Purdue. Wisconsin will enter the game with a 3-2 Big Ten record and a 9-6 over-all slate. Illinois is 3-1 in the loop and 8-6 on the campaign. A key to Badger success against the Illini. who are playing under new coach Harv Schmidt, will be Franklin’s ability to score. The 6-foot-4 Franklin, who meshed 34 points against Michigan and 38 against Michigan State, was held to 16 by Ohio State’s rugged defense. "It appeared that Ohio State almost preferred to foul him rather then let him shoot.” said Erickson. Franklin was able to get off but 16 shots from the floor, but he sank 10 of 11 free throws. The 16-point effort gave Franklin a career total of 1.008 points. The only other Badgers to top the 1,000-point mark were Dick Cable (1.180), Don Rehfeldt (1,169) and Ken Siebel (1,084). Monroe Stars By ASSOCIATED PRESS Earl Monroe came home to Winston-Salem, N.C., and it was like he had never been away. The rookie star of the Baltimore Bullets poured in 32 points, leading Baltimore to a 121-108 National Basketball Association victory over San Diego Monday night. In the only other game played, Seattle nipped Cincinnati 132-129 in overtime. In the ABA. Houston edged New Jersey 109-107 and Ken­ tucky downed Minnesota 9586 . Earl the Pearl led the country’s small college scorers playing for Winston- Salem’s NCAA college division champions last year. So the home town folks knew what to expect when he came to town with the Bullets. Monroe didn’t disappoint them. He hit on 10 field goals and 12 of 14 free throws. It was the ninth time in the last 10 games that he scored more than 30 points in a game. Mawhiney Hits 603 Series; Horn Scores With 687 Set Nancy Mawhiney rolled a national honor series of 603 in Perrigo’s Classic League Monday to lead area bowlers. Her games were 204, 180 and 219. In the same league, Blanche Stehling had a 567, Eleanor Thomas 563. Marge Scheels 543, Karene Eales 533, Sharon Williams 530, Lillian Keshan 525, Susan Hansen 514, Bea Sunday 512, Gloria Schmaelzle and Carole Weber 510s. Dick Horn led the men with a 687 series in Matt and Kitty’s Major League, while Art Johnson recorded a 660, Ralph Starszak 650, Bill Zickert 640, Jim Kibbee S34, Earl Sprague 617, Paul Ussel 605 and Ken Purdy 600. Bill Schafer had a 672 in the Beacon Bowl Classic League, while Fred Mahnke rolled a 668, Tony Decker 664, Jim Pagel 638, Bob Kaiser 628, Bob Denz 626, George Kaiser 623, Jerry Smith 620 and Jim Miokovich 620. Joe Stigler had a 612 and Tom Brenner had a 602 in the Fracaro Monday Night League. Alta Belling bowled a 536 series in Fracaro’s Woman’s Junior League, while Barbara Haessig had a 534, Cholly Ehlke 533, Kay Adler 527. Linda Fracaro 512 and Babe Wendell 508. Margie Garcia had 516 in the Hiawatha 400 League. Penny Vavra and Joyce Gadberry had 526s and Sara Falk had a 516 in the Sundowners League, while Kay Page 12 - Waukesha Freeman Coogan rolled a 516 in the Patri-Ette League. Sundowners Monday Nite League Walt Wojciuk 838 849 775 2462 D Java Town 804 795 848 2447 Wauk Power ..766 770 811 2347 Rural Ins ..........791 804 808 2403 Wright’a B 784 745 779 2308 Margos Cater..698 783 739 2220 Hidden Lakes..849 745 727 2321 Black Caesar..702 682 824 2208 Alloy Products 3 Man League Automatics 569 560 479 1608 Boomers Trio 469 408 467 1344 Linemen ... 530 458 513 1501 Machinists ...444 452 495 1391 Polishers • • 466 514 449 1429 Givadams ..531 448 446 1425 Grinders ___ 428 432 403 1263 Sportmen .. 412 417 401 1230 Matt £. Kitty’s Major League Jerome Drug 929 944 866 2839 The Office 903 924 999 2828 Roy & Middy 948 850 53 2751 Horn Bros 891 949 827 2664 Matt & Kitty .. 845 901 965 2711 Stabys .... 785 835 871 2491 Knights of Columbus League H. A. Beres .. 821 839 825 248-3 Fracaro’s 819 906 845 2570 Price Digger 955 1001 813 2769 Scrima’s 873 879 881 2633 Northern Sup 862 869 907 2629 Mt St Paul 829 &37 874 2540 Ron’s Texaco 876 929 765 2570 Houlihan’s ...836 802 776 2414 Ladies Service Clubs League Misfits 694 704 669 2067 Optimists .. 725 690 675 2090 Kiwanis ... 735 703 681 2119 Rotary .... 729 742 751 2222 Bowl-Rite .. 919 841 891 2631 Waukesha County Alt Sta Malcolm Rlty 835 929 Sunset Bowl 954 904 Montgomery .792 888 Bowlero 72 ..983 902 Fracaro’s L 904 911 Kopis Pro 787 879 Genes Shell S 794 713 Alloy Prod ... 851 897 r League 830 2594 940 2198 754 2434 875 2780 902 2717 914 2580 816 2323 778 2526 Service Rotary 3 ... Lions 2 Professors Optimist 2 . Mavericks Optimist 1 Rotary 2 Rotary 1 Kiwanis 1 . Kiwanis 2 Kiwanis 3 Lions 1 Clubs .765 776 . 688 683 . 860 761 744 727 795 790 817 .803 League 787 833 812 858 896 633 681 626 763 893 772 821 906 757 788 776 859 828 817 819 784 754 787 811 2385 2446 20 IT 1990 2518 2354 2407 2291 2482 2426 2355 2401 Perrigo’e Classic League Edgars Salon.818 802 834 2454 Winzenrled 794 774 713 2281 Stoppers Inn 720 674 8.31 2225 Legion Bar 795 760 833 2378 GBDN Ice Y .832 823 804 2460 Perrigos L 790 752 736 2278 Lake Pharm 748 814 815 2377 Toms Stand .741 777 740 2253 Trudells Res 800 873 892 2565 Hastings Dist 756 855 859 2470 Bernies Tap 708 812 720 2238 Pewaukee M,. 774 757 809 2340 Hiawatha 400 Bills DX _____654 Arno & Mary 887 Rademann Ron’s Texaco Prop Main ... Bill s Auto ... Heale Mfg Advance Well .753 719 701 .711 645 728 League 684 714 642 712 682 654 701 701 637 690 678 762 756 763 689 700 2052 2041 2089 2121 2028 2149 2164 2117 Patri-Ette Wauk Light Wia Life Ins.. Eagles No 1 Walt Gunther Motz Nursery Wilkes Coach Margos Cater Burger Chef Graan Barb Doughty A Wau Jewelry. Eagles No 2 . Heln-Wer Sunset Bowl League 616 711 657 566 650 667 514 614 595 578 622 562 710 615 678 708 713 584 639 627 592 584 631 832 627 611 688 665 649 634 663 639 668 621 646 587 598 582 577 595 591 608 1984 1883 1723 1762 2003 2005 1858 1717 1926 1918 1970 1834 1757 1794 Fracaro’s Monday Howe Motors 892 Pucci’s on 59 898 Trading Post 815 Eichstaedt ...730 Seegers Bros 867 Jendusa 835 Carlsons ------716 Circle Inn ------791 Night League 835 842 2559 847 786 2531 778 798 2391 794 782 2306 808 883 2558 876 817 2528 811 864 2391 722 792 2305 Genesee Pin Splitters Grinders Holey Roller Bowl Bullies 4 Rascals Grateful D . Misfits Odd Balls Mixers League 520 524 536 ..531 604 536 .570 656 510 ..524 625 490 . 570 582 594 514 567 551 635 558 585 564 635 517 1580 1671 1736 1639 1746 1632 1778 1716 who had been entered in the men’s downhill, suffered a bruised shoulder in another spill and was considered doubtful for the Games. Wendy Allen of San Pedro, Calif., sustained a slight cut over an eye during slalom training and Dennis McCoy of Bishop, Calif., was nursing a sore back and tom tendon in his finger after a spill. Cynthia Kauffman of Seattle, Wash., fell during figure skating practice with her brother, Ronald, and suffered a bruised left wrist, but the injury was not considered serious. Food poisoning hit three members of the U.S. speed skating team—Bill Lanigan of New York, Dianne Holum of Northbrook, III,, and Toy Joan Dorgan of Springfield, 111. All were expected to be ready for the competition though. Three hockey games open the Olympics today with the schedule of events increasing Wednesday. Buckeyes Increase Lead CHICAGO (AP)H- The Buckeyes of Ohio State, relegated to the second division in Big Ten basketball circles for the past three seasons after winning or sharing five consecutive titles, are moving back to the top. Ohio State strengthened the theory that the Buckeyes might be the only class team in the Big Ten Monday night with a pulsating 78-77 victory over the Hoosiers at Indiana. It gave Ohio State a 5-1 record in the conference and 124 for the season. The victory was the second on the road this season for Ohio State which suffered its only conference loss at Iowa last month in a 74-72 overtime battle. Trailing by as much as 11 points in the first half and by five points in the final minutes of play, the Buckeyes never lost control of themselves and sealed the verdict when sophomore Dan Andreas popped in a 12-foot jump shot with one second left for the victory. Andreas’ shot proved to be the winner but the real tip to victory was the smoothness of the Buckeyes who collected only 12 fouls in the game. v v * With 11 seconds to play and the score tied 76-all, Indiana’s Butch Joyrer was fouled. Joyner made the shot but didn’t get a second chance since Ohio State still had not fouled enough to warrant Indiana the one-and- one bonus, a rarity these days in the final seconds of any half. Joyner made it 77-76 with his 22nd point of the game and the Buckeyes came down the court and cashed in on Andreas’ shot. Bill Hosket and Steve Howell paced Ohio State with 18 points and Verne Payne was second to Joyner for Indiana with 18. While Ohio state was pulling two victories ahead of second place Illinois, Michigan recorded its first conference triumph of the year and dumped Minnesota into the cellar 113-101. Rudy Tomjanovich paced the Wolverines with 30 points while Jim Pitts added 26 and Dennis Stewart 25. Tom Kondla topped Minnesota with 30 and Leroy Gardner pumped in 20. Second place Illinois, with a surprising 3-1 record, will be at Wisconsin Tuesday night in a battle for second place. A victory for Wisconsin would lift the Badgers into a second place tie, one game behind Ohio State. Still another conference game finds Purdue at Iowa Wednesday night. It marks the first time in history that a Big Ten game will be played on a Wednesday. A full schedule is on tap Saturday with Illinois at Northwestern, Indiana at Wisconsin, Michigan State at Ohio State, and Minnesota at Purdue and Iowa a t Michigan. Beacon Bowl Classic League Leo’a Tap ...1040 970 953 2963 Packee Ins 984 986 952 2922 Lenike Sport 967 951 920 2838 Stewart IFR . 881 1060 873 2814 Neighbors I .. 867 937 976 2780 Bodua Bros .. 927 1006 953 2886 Tonys Pizza . 953 944 955 2852 Fracaro Women's Gene's Shell. 753 Cham pan’s 707 Hopson Oil .. 687 Ge-Ro Heat .759 Wauk M Hos 718 Pop’s Beer D 685 Jim’a Bev M .801 McDonalds 712 Is Youngest Junior League 764 803 2320 765 750 2222 757 657 2101 805 764 2328 781 770 2269 796 748 2229 735 790 2326 835 704 2251 Moors Victorious , 98-53; Host Milton Wednesday The Mount St. Paul basketball team won its 10th game of the season last night by beating Wisconsin Lutheran Teachers College of Milwaukee 98-53. despite the fact the Moors were without their starting center. 6 foot 6 Joe Stoutzenberger. WLTC managed to stay with the Moors for the first couple of minutes of the ball game, trading baskets until the Moors slowly pulled away. With 10 minutes gone in the game the Moors had a commanding lead they never relinquished. Mount St. Paul led at halftime, 49-25. Coming out the second half the Moors added to their score. With 14:48 left in the game the Moors had a 39 point lead at 70-31. At this point Coach Ron Ullsperger cleaned his bench and the reserves played the re mainder of the game for the Moors. Every Moor but one scored, and all played at least 10 mimx.es of the game. The Moors dominated the boards over a much smaller WLTC team. This was coupled with the shooting of Terry Ullsperger and Bill Branstetter who scored 26 and 21 points respectively. John Wendland led Wisconsin Lutheran with 17 points. The Moors managed to hit on 42 percent of their shots from the floor. Ullsperger made 12 of 16 attempts and upped his percentage to close to fin percent from the floor for this season. The Moors are now 10-5, and will host Milton College Wednesdav at 8 p.m. The game will be played at Catholic Memorial Gym. with a preliminary game at 6 p.m. The number* in p.irenthe«e* in* dicate tr order, field soala. free throw* fouls. Mount St Paul — *8 Schneider i4-2-3* Ullsperger f 12-2-0) Branitetter <10-1*11 Gordon (5-13) La Framboise <5-2-2) Commons <0-1-21. Wolf# (O-O-l >. Reilly 1 4-0-3) Gonaorchlk (1-1-1) Dropo (1-0-3* Bohnnm (2-0-3*. Totals: 44-12-21. Wisconsin Lutheran — 53 Dobersteln (0-5-2» Brick <1-6-2* Wendland <7-3-0) Lewis (6-1-2* Kiepke (1-6-3) Lauber (3-1-3) Rueee t(MM t Mellon (1-6-2) Manthe (l-o-O* Wenzel (5-5-0*. Totals 19-15-15 Scoring by halves: Wis. Lutheran .. 25 26—S3 Mt St. Paul 49 49 90 Waukesha, Falls Hosts Consider To Swim Sectionals Hannum Waukesha and Menomonee Falls, along with Madison Memorial, Racine Case. Rhinelander and Wauwatosa West will be hosts to swimming sectionals Feb. 17. The Waukesha meet, under the direction of Athletic Director Frank Pichotta, will have, along with the host school, Brookfield Central, Brookfield East, Cudahy, Milwaukee Bay View. Milwaukee Hamilton. Milwaukee Pulaski, New Berlin, St. Francis, West Allis Central. West Allis Hale and West Milwaukee. Peyton's Wins; So Does K & D Peyton’s defeated Sunset Bowl, 58-43 while K&D was whipping Brookfield Music, 64-38 in the Waukesha r e c r eation department’s basketball league Monday. Waukesha Recreation Basketball Standings W L Yellow Front .................... 14 0 Peyton’a ...................... 11 3 Sunset Bowl ....... 7 7 Don’s Deep Rock 7 7 K ft D 7 7 Burger Chef ... 68 Waukesha Bible 3 11 Brookfield Music 1 13 The Falls meet, under the direction of Athletic Director Milt Blake, will have, along with Falls. Chilton, Manitowoc. Milwaukee Custer, Milwaukee Madison, Nicolet, Oconomowoc, Plymouth, Sheboygan North, Sheboygan South, Two Rivers, West Bend and Whitefish Bay.------------Curling Results Monday’s Kettle Moraine Curling Club Bonspiel results were: First draw: Booth (Mil.) 12, Anderson (KM» 1; Herzfeld <KM) 13, Lee (Racine) 2; Hobbs (Skokie, 111.) 7. Fomery (Racine) 5; Sell iClintonville) 9, McGregor (Chicago Exmoor) 5; Rathkamp (Wauwatosa) 8, Stevenson (Madison) 5: Cardy (Wauwatosa) 9, Schulenberg (Appleton) 4; Byers <KM) 8. 9, Roth (Janesville) 4. Second draw: McGregor 5, Fornery 4: Sell 13, Hobbs 3; Booth 11, Herzfeld 5, Lee 7, Anderson 5: Byers 7, Schulenberg 6: Stevenson 10, Roth 5, and Rathkamp 10, Cardy 5. MILWAUKEE (AP) - Tht president of Milwaukee's newly franchised professional basketball team says coach Alex Hannum of the Philadelphia 76ers and an unidentified college coach are the only immediate candidates for the coaching role in Milwaukee. Wes Pavalon said Monday night he and another representative of the new National Basketball Association club met last week in Chicago with Hannum, and have conversed by telephone with another prospect whom he declined to name. Pavalon said he hopes to meet with the college coach this week. There are reports the Milwaukee team sponsors have considered contacting Vic Bubas of Duke. Jim Harding of LaSalle, Guy Lewis of Houston and Joe Mullaney of Providence. Harding is a former high school coach in Milwaukee. Pavalon said the yet-unnamed team is still preparing a playing schedule. He said game site offers have been received from Madison, Green Bay and Sheboygan. Sports Calendar TUESDAY Basketball Carroll *t North Central Wilmot at Mukwonago Kettle Moraine at Palmyra Pewaukee at Germantown WEDNESDAY Basketball Milton at Mount St. Paul Wrestling Ripon at Carroll FRIDAY Basketball West Milwaukee at Waukesha -_*(■* Mukwonago at East Troy Illinois Wesleyan at Carroll Homestead at Brookfield East Nicolet. at Brookfield Cen trCampbellsport at Pewaukee Norris at Palmyra Waukesha Tech at Coleman Tech Beaver Dam at Oconomowoc Kettle Moraine at Waterford Union Grove at Arrowhead Catholic Memorial at Notre Dame Cedarburg at Menomonee Falls Muskego at New Berlin Swimming Waukesha at Suburban Conference Preliminaries, at Cudahy SATURDAY Basketball Carroll at Elmhurst Dominican at Mount St. Paul Sheboygan at UWW Pius at Catholic Memorial Swimming Waukesha at Suburban Conference Meet, at Cudahy Wrestling High school regional tournaments. Beloit. UWW. Illinois Wes leyan, at Carroll Girls Swim Team Wins The Waukesha girls YMCA swimming team remained undefeated by defeating Sheboygan. 178-78. Winners for Waukesha in the eight and under diviiion were: 80 yard medley relay team (Natalie Carstenn, Stacy Henning, Mary Kay Du Jardin, Ginny Gentile i and Stacy Henning <20 yard breaststroke i, Waukesha’s 9-10 year old medley relay team of Jackie Henning, Cheri Laitner, Sandy Kraimk and Annie Vertz won, as did the freestyle relay team of Annie Vertz, Chen Laitner, Sandy Krainik and Cathy Woyahn. Cathy Woyahn was first in the 40 yard freestyle, Jackie Henning won the individual medley and Kim Bracy took the 100 yard freestyle. The Waukesha 1112 year old medley relay team of Rhonda Fleming, Peggy Peters, Sharon Carroll and Kris Ruther won. Sharon Carroll took the individual medley and the 100 yard freestyle. Barb Laitner the 40 yard freestyle, and Joanna Kritter the 40 yard breaststroke. Peggy Peters, Mary Dirkswager, Kria Ruther and Barb Laitner won the 160 yard freestyle relay. The 13 14 year old medley relay team of Jenny Foss. Meg Strohm, Sue Gentile and Debbie Perry set a record of 1:37 0. Meg Strohm won the individual medley in record time of 1:57.4. while Cathy Vaughn won the 40 yard freestyle, Patti O'Dell the butterfly and Jenny Foss the 100 yard freestyle. Three City Boxers Lose Three Waukesha novice boxers were beaiten in Golden Gloves competition Monday at the Milwaukee Arena. Trygve Boettcher, 147 pounds, was stopped by Donald Brown after Boettcher had stopped John Kressen of Fontaine in 41 seconds of the second round. Waukesha’s Armando Villa, also a 147 pounder, was decisioned by Perry Ward. Martin Kowach of Fontaine stopped Michael Puere of Waukesha at 1:20 of the third round in the 156 pound class. Oshkosh Rallies Twice to Win, 75-68 GRENOBLE, France (AP) — The youngest athlete at the Olympic Games is a Rumanian ice skater, Miss Beatrice Hustiu. "I am not 11 but six months short of my 12th birthday," she announces. By ASSOCIATED PRESS TTie margin between conference leader Oshkosh and the rest of the pack in the State University Conference basketball standings continues to expand—although Platteville State presented an unexpected challenge Monday night. The Titans, now 9 0 at the head of the column, had to rally twice in the second half to overcome Platteville 75-68. They were unable to put the game on ice until the closing 10 minutes of play. In other WSUC action, Whitewater ended a four- game conference losing streak with a 100 97 decision that knocked Stevens Point out of a second;place tie with Stout, underdog Eau Claire surprised La Crosse 89-77, and River Falls had to scramble to down Superior 92-85. Oshkosh trailed 37-33 at the half. But John Lallensack and guard Tom Witasek, who shared scoring honors with 17 points each, led a rally that put the Titans ahead. Platteville bounced back for a five-point lead before the Titans surged again. Tuesday, February 6, 1968 The Titans' unbeaten loop image goes on the road this weekend with visits to Stout and Eau Claire. Platteville is 4 6 in the conference. Pat Hammond, who led Eau Claire scoring with 24 points, set a conference record with his 29th consecutive free throw. He scored eight Monday night. Eau Claire boomed to a 4118 lead after hitting 16 of its initial 23 efforts from the field. The victors, who led 5537 at halftime, made 63 per cent of their first-half field goal tries, and La Crosse was unable to overcome that leaves Eau Claire 4-6 in WSUC, and La Crosse 5-f Whitewater led 60-47 halftime, then sped to a 7 margin en route to its 1 loop victory against as rr losses. Stevens Point, now behind Stout, had the 1 scorer—Mike Hughes wit points. River Falls trailed by points midway in its but outscored Superior points in the closing minutes of an otherwise test. Superior drops to record, and River Falls 6 . —..... * Wrr 4trr? fSftnf (Freeman Staff Photy) Mount St. Paul’s Tom Wolf went up for a Keith Lauber (42) and Tom Mellon (34) de­ shot Monday while Wisconsin Lutheran's fend. Moors won easily.

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