The Guillotine – February 9, 1977

The February 9, 1977 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: Those were the days, my friend | Sweat Box By Krug | Executive secretary position open | Worthington ready for JC Nationals | Willmar to host state CC tourney | Letters to the Editor | Experience at Buffalo – Scott Bergeron, Dave Bonk, Mike Rentz, Paul Varger, Carl Callerstrom | Indians set tourney record – Grand Rapids | Marshall Tigers are gr-r-eat | Young Raymond still unbeaten | Canby still rolling | Glencoe wins close one | Real Facile zeal! | Oh, brother! | Tourney renamed for former fan, founder – Don Eustice | New London Spicer wins Sweepstakes | Breckenridge duo – Neal Johnson and Baron Patnoude | Worthington Trojans spear tourney titles | Outstanding individuals in Robbinsdale tournament | New way to handle dual tourney | Blain wrestlers capture title | Some qualifying thoughts | Three lead Bluejackets – Pat Nasi, Dan Hammond, and Jim Shevick | Prairie Panthers rebuilding | St. Francis wins at Mora | 12 Rangers place – Forest Lake | Vikings tough – North Branch | Robbinsdale wins Panther | First year a good one for Apple Valley | 100 wins for Kelvington | Results of poll | Lancers win conference for fourth year in row | Wrestler Spotlights – Keith Tabery, John Anderson, Ken Seykora, Craig Springborg, Tom Ryan, Earl Wolf, Clark Scott, Mark Hoard, Jack Kahn, Dave Henry, Keith Johnson, Mark Kolb, Bob Schad, Rick Hartman, Jerome McNamara, Jerome Wolf, Kevin McKeown, Mic Boers, Mark Dorn, Randy Sokolski, David Sederquist, Greg Rhode.

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The Guillotine – January 12, 1977

The January 12, 1977 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: Action Photos | Guillotine State Ratings | Scholarship money needed | Sweat Box By Krug | John Peterson nominated for James E. Sullivan Award | Tournament scores | Eustice, Tatarek win top honors in Mankato Open | Mounds View pair dedicated | Falcons tough – Faribault |1928 Olympian still active – Ralph Prunty | Brothers lead Washington – Staats Brothers | Raiders capture James Gang | Letters to the Editor | Hutch Tigers hard to beat | Federation’s Champ. Series adapted to state programs | Staples young | Five stand-outs at Hancock | Wahpeton is champ | Quality – long, quantity – short | Washburn wrestlers capture title in own invitational | Mounds View wins Saint tourney | Four Spuds – Moorhead | Cass Lake tops Wauban tournament | Ike wrestlers win tourney – Hopkins Eisenhower | Mat champ Kriewall wins balloting as top athlete | Hornets win dual contest – Raymond | Wrestler Spotlights – Bill Hartle, Rick Cameron, Brad Wester.

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The Guillotine – December 8, 1976

The December 8, 1976 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: Two state champs to lead Canby – Fred Full and Jeff Merritt | Honor for Klar | Tigers begin defense of state AA title | Guillotine State Ratings | Sweat Box By Krug | Wilson is super fan | Letters to the Editor | Seasoned seniors at Buffalo | Help evaluate | Wayzata wins Buc tournament | Wrestler confined to wheelchair | Appleton Aces strong again | Fridley wins own tourney again | Wabasso builds for tournaments | Trojans have 14 back – Worthington | Paynesville to defend titles | A family affair – Schmidts | Blackhawks are optimistic – Alden-Conger | Brand new team at Apple Valley | Luverne is young | Foley tough once again | Disaster to success – Jim Carr | Career wins | Sherburn Raiders are after their ninth conference title | Half of STMA state team back | “Rassling” with UM-M alumni | Winning tradition for Indians – Grand Rapids | Seven Robins back – Robbinsdale | Blaine is better than ever | Fighting Saints out to win – St. Francis | Osseo’s first year in Lake conference | Rangers set high team goals – Forest Lake | Anoka Tornadoes will be tough to beat | Here comes James Gang | Prospects bright for Spuds – Moorhead | Only two back for Fridley | Panthers have 11 returning | Johnson outlook promising – St. Paul Johnson | Wrestler Spotlights – Eric Amudson, Jim Graba, Chris Wahlin, Jon Lundberg, Wayne Drew, Wayne Alberts, Mark Patron, Steve Berge.

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The Guillotine – November 10, 1976

The November 10, 1976 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: U of M’s Johnson named wrestling ‘Coach of Year’ | Madigan is National Juniors champion | Sweat Box By Krug | Wives introduce new ’77 patch | Letters to the Editor | Olympian Ben Peterson finds Christ important | In the good old summertime.. | New records set again in USWF Junior Nationals | USA wins FILA Schoolboy title | AAU seeks Tbilisi leaders | Inter-state exchange | Tietz, Grimes and Mitchell are AAU Jr. Olympic champs | Big and small – they try it all | Career wins | State boys earn titles at AAU Central Zone tourney | Five Minnesotans on AAU Greco tour to Poland | MWCOA Notes / Coaches honored | National titles are habit for mat coach – Alan Rice | Weight training report available | National staff workers needed | Wrestler interviews wanted.

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The Guillotine – March 31, 1976

The March 31, 1976 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: Evan Johnson champ, Gophers are seventh | Scarlets plan 25 year reunion | Sweat Box By Krug | MWCA notes | Notes from the president | Letters to the Editor | Wrestlers honored at annual banquet | Four Minnesotans assume NWCA duties | Watch out for Raymond | Bemidji has super season / Kevin Kish | Eustice is NCAA II champ | David Sohn honored by the state coaches association | Only three seniors on Medford team | Twins will lead St. Olaf team | Bill Brower is recipient of MWCOA award | Osakis captains put in 18 years of hard work | Parkers Prairie earns the District 22A championship | AAU Information – 1976 | West German Team to compete in Minnesota | Minnesota Cultural Exchange Selection Tournament | Minnesota forms International Wrestling Officials Association | World Schoolboy Championships | Minnesota Wrestling Clubs | Minnesota AAU Age Group – Jr. Olympics | Minnesota AAU 1976 Wrestling Calendar | Tournament Managers | Action Photos | Stillwater wins | Rochester Wrestling Club on the move | Cuyahoga West wins NJCAA title | Matmaids big plus to Perham program | Senior standouts at Stillwater | Graceville program a good one | Career wins | Willmar CC team | Four seniors led St. Peter team | Goodhue has 32 straight | ICC Vikings have one of most successful seasons | Fridley scores 100th win in hight years | Wrestler beats odds, competes and wins again – Mark Noble | Wrestler Spotlights – Dale Chamberlin, Dave Harms, Steve Wolner, Bob Karie, Warren Krenz, Dale Zumwalt, Joe Huffman, Gary Kidrowski, Wally Harms, Todd Schorn, Matt Dahl, Kelly Aalfs, Steve Kidrowski, Leonard Helweg, Joel Hauser, Richard Bauer, Pete Mergen | Crowd Photos.

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The Guillotine – March 17, 1976

The March 17, 1976 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: Tigers and Lancers earn championship trophies / Paul Ehrhard / Gerry Gingles | ‘U’ best since 1964 | Sweat Box By Krug | Letters to the Editor | Impressions at state tourney | Button and patch money still due | Ron Malcolm joins 200 Club | Tourney sidelights | Design a 1976-77 button or patch | Team results | Chicago Lakes team | Todd and Roger Kriewall | Individual results | Individual state champs photos | Bauer, Kriewall and Willborg receive MWCA scholarships | Johnson was first St. Paul school in state meet | Mat Maids bring spirit to Hopkins Eisenhower | Poem written for St. Paul Johnson wrestlers | Wrestler “sits up” record | Welcome home, champs! – Canby | Metro officials strive for higher standards | Reception for Tigers -Albert Lea | Tournament action photos | Wrestler Spotlights – Mike Wong, Steve Spangrud, Ralph Kern, Leroy Rausch, Rob Larson, Greg Berg, David Coyle, Les Weiner, Randy Hochstein.

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The Guillotine – February 23, 1976

The February 23, 1976 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: Two back to defend titles – Nestle Grimes, Fred Full | State meet information | Two of these teams will earn state championships | Kennedy tops Park tourney | Individual state qualifiers | Four winners for Westbrook – Ron Pablow, Chuck Burning, Randy Shaw, Brian Kashmarek | Impressions at the region | Fun in practice | Get all ‘psyched up’ | Yellowjackets have potent sting – Perham | Huskies are Tri-Metro champs – St. Anthony | Arlington wins Redbird title | New York Mills tops Park Region | Clara City repeats as champ | Five winning Bluejays – Waseca | Design a 1976-77 button or patch | Willmar CC wins fourth straight title | Perham seniors – Dennis Laughlin, Nick Moenkedick, Bruce Werner, Randy Matfeld | Blain captures North Suburban | Kato West plans summer reunion | Profit-sharing | Beware of ‘prize money’ competitions | Unique brother combo – Pine City | James Gang snatches South Central title | Plumley twins are big winners for Bird Island | Klar given boost to Tucson | Need coach and team leader | Super athletes, family – Osseo’s Martinez family | Coach Spotlights – Bob Mueller | Wrestler Spotlights – John Gleason, Bernie Reis, Rick Hartman, Brian Kaping, Ron Moller, Tarren Facile, Charlie Streich, Bob Spaeth, Jeff Abele, Brad Barfield, Jesse Hanson, Glen Arnold, Paul Norman, Dave Robson, Bryan Thoreson, Brad Roemeling, Tom Danielson, Bruce Moe, Jerry Handyside, Gary Handyside, Dan Petersen, Greg Giblin, Dale Vierkant, Kermit Meyer, Vernon Stommes, Bob Walton, Nick Lundquist, Ken Hup, Steve Maland, Jim Lehman, Perry Doerfler, Melvin Davy, Jr., Jay Amundsen.

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