Box 19, Folder 15, Document 12

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Box 19, Folder 15, Document 12

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·A, f. L. OWNERS
·SEEK NO NODS


SAYS WILSON


CHI CAGO TRIBUNE, 'l' UESiJAY, APRIL 1
ST. IGNATIUS
TOPPLED BY
H LY CROSS
·ieague President Tells
.I..· of Hot Potatoes

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"Note the family
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\.GO TRIBUNE, T UESDAY, AP RIL 12, 1966
I'VE ALWAYS SAID YOU HERE'S ~MEW~IZE A BQIGHT f30Y1 THING FORYOU
TO GRASP,
SANO'/ - \/Ef<Y QUICK
QLJOTl::5-I
TO GRASP A POINT.
DCN'T NEED
AN'{OlE TO
REMIND ME OF
M'{ RESPON51BILITIES !
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.Choice in International
outs to be canceled.
Of the six fights completed, 135 P o u N D s - Tommy Forllano,
Y. M. c. A., beat BIiiy Stricker, c. Y. o.
Yonkers, N. Y., April 11 (A')pokesman for the North- the highlight came in a light- 147 POUNDS-Jessie Davidson, Better

Boys
Foundation,
beat
Billy
Lerch,
Cardigan
Bay, 10-year-old geldAthletic club sponsor of heavyweight match when John
Skzyczynsky, a Notre Dame c. Y. o.; Harry McDonald, c. v. o., beat ing bred in New Z.ealand, was
0 ram s ·d' h h d
Kluck, Y. M. C. A.
d th e 3-5 favor1'te tod ay ..aftpr g
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e a no university student, knocked out Johnny
175 POUNDS _ Tom Tbockhorst Al Ima e
1 what caused the outbrea~. Tony Ruick, Catholic Youth or- J~mes A. c., stopped Herb Hayes, c.
o. er drawing No. 5 post pos_ition
ut 400 spectators were Ill I ganization , in the second round. l •tEAVYWEIGHT _ Tony Marshall, for the $100,000 Internati_onal
hall.
Other results:
c. v. o ., beat Richard Pelkey, c. v. o. pace at Yonkers Thursday mght.
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Section 3
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N.U.STARTS
RILLS; YANTA
GOES· TO PIVOT
Northwestern began preparation for next falls football cam.,
paign yesterday when 80 can:
dictates reported to Coach Alex
Agc1,se and his aids for the start
of spring practice. The drills
will conclude May 14 with the
annual intrasquad game.
Agase said the principal ob.
jective in the spring workouts
would be to develop replace-;
ments for the interior offensive
and defensive lineB which will'
b_e hard hit by June graduation.
The first rebuilding step was
tak
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h
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en yes er ay w en
mor
Dennis Yanta, regular linebacker last fall, was shifted to
· cen ter, where no exoff ens1ve
perienced p_layer returns. -y~n~
ta saw action at the position
as a sophomore.
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