The Guillotine – April 9, 1979

The April 9, 1979 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: Zilverberg, Martinez place high in wrestlings ‘Superbowl’ | A little BS from Bartels and Schmidt | Letters to the Editor | Jeff Swenson and Scott Whirley are national champions for Augsburg | Hutchinson boy wrestlers are Jaycee youth champs | Mielke and Shanahan qualify for nationals | Mankato’s Madigan marches on to NCAA II tourney title – Scott Madigan / Norm Mitchell / Lon Kvanli | Warrior wrestlers take seventh state crown | NCAA Finals / Photos from NCAA / Iowa Champs | Martinez, Zilverberg capture Big 10 Titles for Minn | Big 10 results | local mat stars will face German Cultural Exchange wrestling team | While the storm raged, NJCAA finals conclude | Stoks and Bonk take Region 13 | Three All-Americans named at St Cloud State wrestle for Huskies | Wrestlers Spotlights – Duane Croat, Paul Melvin, Tom Robling | Feuchtenberger trio combined for 62 victories in 1978-79 | Mustang grapplers complete best season in history of Southwest State | Fabled Gable joins Tiger/Universal Gym | Apple Valley Open draws 589 wrestlers | Royalton completes best year | Medford to lose tri-captains | 1978-79 Guillotine Academic All-State Wrestling Team | Mankato takes Adult title | Minnesota Greco-Roman Culural Exchange State Meet Results | D’Andrea, Leonhardi are MWCA scholarship winners | The Moorhead Spuds Cheerleading squad | Bison set or tie nine records | Career Wins | What Is Class? | Finland Cultural Exchange team to tour Minnesota | Schoeb leads St. Peter seniors with 77 career wins | West lake Conference Champions – Atwater | A good bunch with a string of good statistics | Annandale ‘A’ club honors eight “60” Club members | Hoffman, Enger are 155 lb State Champs | Hoffman, Squibb named KNUJ Wrestlers of the Year | U of M, morris wins first NIC tournament crown | SSU Athletes named to ‘Hall of Fame’ | Two from Ortonville win mat titles at Browns Valley | Stoks has successful season for Willmar | Refs Review By Ken Stockdale | Photo – Jim Williams and Steve Glimsdal | Anoka’s Dynamic Duo ‘The Rasslin’ Redmann’s | The infamous Guillotine Gorilla traveling softball team.

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