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Coach Stevens shows John Bramen. Tok Tsuchiya, Gordon Shields, Al North, Bill Kaseburg and Dick Crowder how Clark Gilbert has advantage over Hal Maddock. Inset: Copt. Ray Frankowski. Ill fi £ S T L G The Husky wrestlers beat the champs this year, but failed to retain their 1940 title. In three dual meets, the groppiers won one and lost two. In the Northern Division meet, they captured one out of the eight titles and were runners-up in one. In their only home appearance, the hlusky matsters defeated Oregon State 17-13. The Huskies must have taught the Beavers a few things, for it was this some squad which later won the Northern Division crown. Huskies Maddock, Gil- bert, Tsuchiya, Crowder, and Frankowski were point winners. A week later, the Husky grapplers invaded Moscow and Pullman on successive days. Frankowski hurled both his opponents from the ring in short order, but other Washington matsters found the going extremely rough. Idaho won 23-13, and Washington State triumphed 29-5. Big Ray Frankowski was the only Husky to capture a conference title in the season ' s windup, also held in Moscow. Tok Tsuchiya was runnerup in his division. Letter winners were: John Bramen, Dick Crowder, Donald Dartnell, Roy Frankowski, Clark Gilbert, Bill Kaseburg, Warren Kempinsky, Howard Maddock, Al North, Gordon Shields, and Tok Tsuchiya. Oops, where ya going? . . . Fronko ties him up Kaseburg has vantage. • 1
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Wilson vs. Watson . . . same pair, second pose. . . . Ford vs. Dove Shepard. . . . Dave Shepard vs. Kllpatrick. , . . Redfurn vs. Snedden In exhibition. B K I G When the smoke from eight thrill-crammed bouts hod cleared away from o squared area In the middle of the pavil- ion floor, the night of February 26th wrote the finis of another successful boxing season. Four defending champs risked their titles and all keeping them. Those who earned their way to the finals went up the hard way through a tough training season with intermittent elimination bouts. Out of this all came Gene Walters, climax runner of Phelan ' s eleven, defeated Frank Hiscock, 165-pounds. Jack Ford, titleholder, eyeloshed Dave Shepard, 155-pounds. Angus Snedden, champ, downed explosive Jerry O ' Mahoney, 145- pounds. Arnie Thumlert, champion, trimmed hloward Galloway, I 35-pounds. Jim hlarglss beat Bill Mattson, 127-pounds. Charles Warner, kingpin, decisioned Gil Kopchell. 270
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muii 1941 Varsity Golf Team — Cooch Jefferson, Longbottom, Jacobs, Squire, Taro, Sparling. Kneeling; Groth, Gjolme. Fearn. The Husky linksters swept through a brilliant season by snatching the 1940 Northern Division title. In process of doing so, they trounced Oregon, British Columbia, Oregon State, Seattle Golf Club, Idoho, and Washington State. At the Northern Division meet in Corvallls, the Purple Divoteers garnered a close four stroke decision over the Oregon Ducks to win. cfioss couniRy Husky Harriers Smith, Hoyter. Lynn, Torgett. Gyles, and Swonzey work out. Taking time out of the Thanksgiving vaca- tion, the hHusky Har- riers took third place in the all-Northwest meet held at Portland. Show- ing their stuff against foster opponents, the Huskies ran stiff com- petition for oil who competedand will have a strong aggregation for next year. Letter- winners were: Wlllard Smith, Bob Hayter, Bob Lynn, Gene Torget, Don Giles, and Gene Swonzey. 272
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