The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 11.02.1977, Blaðsíða 4

The White Falcon - 11.02.1977, Blaðsíða 4
Page 4 White Falcon February VI, 1977 5^ * Rone Mahone Vikings slate Wrestle-O-Rama tomorrow after 2 weeks9 prep The A.T. Mahan Vikings will stage the Wrestle-O-Rama tomorrow at 1 p.m. in the Base Gym after two weeks of competition. Twenty-two male entries reached the finals through preliminary matches held after school in the gym. There are 12 weight divisions with two boys having made it in two categor- ies. Tim Spencer, a 119 pounder, and Darryl Cogley, a 129 pound senior, will compete in two divisions each. Spencer, a lithe speedster, will com- pete in the 119 and 126 class rates as a favorite in both directions. Cogley, who uses brute strength in his matches will go against speedy Frank King in the 132 pound class and against Paul Gilstrap in the 138 pound bracket. What shapes up to be a real scraper is the 98 pound class where Barry Simp- son and Mike Martinez will meet in the afternoon bout. Simpson is a fierce competitor and perhaps the most aggressive wrestler of tiie group. Martinez has come from an early de- feat by Simpson and has battled his way to the finals. Simpson calls Martinez the toughest battler he has yet faced. He indicated that he must go all out if he hopes to defeat Martinez. The strongest wrestler can be found in the 155 pound class with newcomer Tom Chapman who will pit his might against senior Brad Adams. Roll-off champ* win again BEQ Managers take top kegling in base championship lane action The BEQ Managers, for the second time in three years, have won the Base Cham- pionship Roll Off. The roll off was held Jan. 31, Feb. 1 and Feb. 3 at the Arctic Lanes. It was made up of first and second place teams of all the in- tramural bowling leagues. The compet- ition was a 10-game event, with the team with the highest pin count winning the tournament. The Managers were in the fifth place after the first round (three games), and came back even stronger on the second round, moving up in to second place af- ter the sixth game. The Managers then trailed the tournament leader, Weather, by 92 pins. At the end of the third round (ninth game), and going into the final round (position round), the Managers remained in second place, behind Rockville whose team moved up to first from third place, by 60 pins. The Managers, with 90 pin handicap against Rockville's 170, went into the final game- 140 pins behind. The game was close until the eighth frame, when the Managers caught up with Rockville. It was so close that at the end of the last frame, the Managers won by 21 pins. The total 10-game score was BEQ, 9824, Rockville, 9803. Members of the BEQ Managers team were: Von Soriano, Puling Luna, Ted Mendoza, Bert Quintans and Ernie Cartagena. The Managers also won the ¦ roll off in 1975 1 Roll off results: BEQ Managers 9824 Rockville 9803 Weather 9755 57th FIS No. 1 9755 ComFairKef 9581 NSGA 9572 H-l 9436 57th FIS No. 2 9406 AFI 9234 Most experienced The most experienced wrestler of the group is Dennis Farrell who captured a second in the last base smoker. His match may well be the highlight of the meet because he will go against Tony Felton in the unlimited weight division. Felton, who doubles in basketball for the Vikings, does not possess the finesse of Farrell, but will rely on his two main assets: size and strength. Opening bout The opening bout may prove the most interesting when 67 pound Mitch Cowart will compete against 70 pounder Paul Bevins. Both contenders will rely on speed and quickness which they used to reach the finals. Underdogs progress The surprise to date has been the progress of the two underdogs: Mark Young in 105 pound class and newcomer Mike Woods. Neither one was seeded to reach the finals but determination and desire proved that they must be reckoned with by their opponents. Special seating Tournament director Rene Mahone, who teaches physical education at the school, invites base personnel to witness the matches, especially those who intend to compete in the base smoker in March. He has indicated that a special seating section will be held for the competing wrestlers' parents. Principal to officiate Loyd Morrow, school principal, will be head official for the bouts. He has had extensive experience in wrestling, having officiated and coached the sport since 1964. His teams won titles while he was teaching in Germany at Frankfurt and Zweibruecken. He wrestled in college at South- ern Oregon College in the 148 pound class. A certified referee, he will re- quire that all matches are scored ac- cording to USDESEA Tournament rules. Base bowling roundup 0WC Winter league League standing: Team #4 Team #6 Team #7 High average: High game: High series: High game (h) Ora Knutty Terry Souhrada Loida Hopper Ora Knutty Betty Curl Gerry duBois Betty Curl Gerry duBois Ora Knutty Esther Baca Sally Shiffer Li la Thorpe 45-27 43-29 39-33 151 148 147 177 175 166 503 492 465 219 215 212 High series (h) Icebreakers league . Final standing: First place—Osimi Second place—Southern Bells Third place—All in the Shop Betty Curl 605 Gerry duBois 597 Esther Baca 572 High average: High series: High game: High series (h) High game (h) Most improved: Merle Tarker Noell Mosca Wanda Weed Carol Christy Sibba Conners Marge Chace 147 507 197 562 219 +22 DEADLINE: Sf.m. hWa V •« Automobiles 1975 Austin mini 1000, winter/summer tires, rear window defroster, less than 8000 miles, very dependable. Call 4145 or 6229. 1975 Fiat 127, 15,000 miles, radio, two sets of tires-$1650. Call 6122. 1974 Fiat 127, front wheel drive. Call Olafsson 7412 days. 1974 Ford Escort,excellent condition- $1500. Call 7701 or 7421. 1974 VW Super Beetle, excellent me- cnanical condition, 14,000 miles, avail- able first part of March. Call Bob at .7254 or 4626. 1973 Ford Ranger F-100 truck with camper shell and attached cabana, makes 8' room, 30 gallon auxiliary tank, doub- le bed, paneled and carpeted. Call 6256 or 7736. 1973 Super Beetle, US specs, excel- lent condition throughout, summer and winter tires, AM-FM radio -$1900. Call Don at 4203 or 7324. 1972 VW Super Beetle, US specs, 51,400 miles, new heads, four snow tires on extra rims-$900. Call Doyle at 5276. 1971 Chevy Impala, full set of summer and winter tires, radio, good heater and defroster-$1200. Call Joe Rhodes 6262 or 4325. 1970 VW Beetle, good body, rebuilt engine-$875 or best offer. Call 7588 or 7037. 1970 VW, summer and winter tires, chains, radio, rear window defroster, heater, engine needs work-$450. Call Lt Taylor at 4102 or 4402 after 3 p.m. 1969 Karman Ghia with two month old engine, 8 good tires, 6 with rims, in- spected for 1977-$650. Call 2166. 1969 VW, rebuilt engine, all acces- sories operate properly, fair paint job, will'have inspected, asking $750. Call Ssgt Ferguson, 7037 room 306 or 7898. 1967 Land rover, six tires, gas cans, must sell, best offer. Call Tom 7865 or 7886. 1967 VW 1600, needs some work or lots of good parts-best offer. Call 7447. 1966 VW, new engine, new paint and new brakes, asking $650. Call Steve at 2217. 1964 Chevy Panel truck, engine and body in fair condition, great for haul- ing and transportation, seats six-$600. Call 4169. 1960 Mercedes Benz, needs work-$75. Call McMahon at 7037 or 7685. 1953 Jeep M-38A1, 4 cyl., inspected for 1977, runs good, best offer. Call SSgt.Branson at 7421 or 7538. For Sale Two family pack out sale: women's clothing, sweaters, coats, records, baby clothes, infant car seat and other misc. items. Qtrs. 953-1 laundry room, tomor- row 2 to 4 p.m. Call 7557 for more in- formation. Transformers, 2000, 1000, 800, 500 watts, baby bed with mattress, good con- dition, fold-up baby stroller. Call 7169 after 5 p.m. Four E78-14 summer street tires, new, used only one summer, various spare parts for Chevy 350 engine. Call 4246 or 7037. Two unfinished white pine children's chairs-$5 each, Akai GXC-38D cassette deck in mint condition-$125. Call 6266 or 6238. Dual CS-701 automatic turntable with- out cartridge, less than one year old, excellent condition-$200. Call Jack at 4139 or 7218. Heater blower kit for VW, 12V-$20. Call 6156. Garrard Zero 100C turntable, four months old with Shure M 44 E cartridge. For more information call Curt at 7196. GE color portable TV-$60, needs some work. Call 4402 or 4102. Four 13" studded snow tires-$60, 6 volt VW starter-$20. Call 2166. 21" black and white TV-$25, picture tube for Magnavox 12" portable TV-$20, Men's brown double breasted leather jacket, new-$75. Call 5270. Magnavox 25" color console TV-$275. Call 7701 or 7421. Sears sun lamp with automatic timer and adjustable multi-position stand-$15. Call Glenn Brady-at 2290 or 4647. Two six cylinder Ford engines, 170 and 200 CID, automatic transmission and spare parts, windshield for 61 Comet. Contact Boyles or Brown at 7589. Kenmore 15 cuft. refrigerator, 110v/ 60hz-$200, Kenmore clothes dryer, 220v/ 60hz-$200, GE electric stove, 220v/50hzT $100, GE heavy duty washer, 110v/60hz- $25. Call 7604. Turkish bar and two stools. Call 2140. Wanted A banjo. Contact Cindy at 4614. Three 15", 4 lug rims for VW. Call 6156. Lost Set of keys between 950 and 960 hous- ing. Please call 7701 or 7421. Found Young female cat, black with white whiskers, near Base Nursery. Please call 4346. A high quality Swedish "Otter" brand? Owner may claim Ly identifying markings. Contact AFI/DA 6222. Free Two cats, housebroken. Call "JF" at 7119 or 2266. Big, friendly neutered male cat. Needs home. Call Chapman at 5101 or 5193. Miscellaneous Needed: Someone willing to teach piano to an interested party. Call Bob Deasy at 7593. is for EDUCATION

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