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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The Guillotine – February 11, 1976

The February 11, 1976 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: Prepare for the battle… | Ehrhard grabs 200th career win | Hotel rules | Design a 1976-77 button or patch | Sweat Box By Krug | Fridley once again is champ | Austin Maids give scholarship | SMA is junior high champion | Wives want money now | Caledonia Warriors | Central of Norwood wins title | Tri-captains lead Wildcats – Dan Feye, Britt Hendrickson, Kevin Chirpich | Trojans conquer another title | Greenway holds first tourney | Gause is Cuba ref | Daily tournament schedule | Clarissa is bad mark champ | Fighting Saints win Rum River | Brookings Bobcats best / Warren Krenz, Terry Mensink | No team scores in Packer meet | Minnesota wrestlers you should know – Steve Werner, Steve Schmoll, Bill Fitzloff, Doug Quam, Roger Seys, Tom Montonye, Mike Quast, Wayne Rhode, Gary Schaefer, Joe Blenkush, Joe Zemien, Bill Olson, Tobias Buck, Brian Krage, John Hoehn, Larry Kimble, Pat Vold, Doug Seys | Four Bird Island wrestlers – Scott Squibb, Scott Hirschman, Les and Lynn Plumley | Hancock wins first trophy | Fergus falls is building / Tom Hanson, Steve Blonde, Steve Bangs, Brian McGuire, Rick Hanson, Bruce Kuehl | Stan Werner 100 Wins | Buccaneers are veteran team – Waterville-Elysian | Bagley Mat Maids | Hartles – a family of wrestlers | Frazee is Otter champion | Hotel-motel rate sheet | Rosemount having a super year | Move over, Betty – David Bosshart | Mat Maids vital part of CRHS wrestling – Coon Rapids | Mora shows steady growth | Trip planned to national tournament | LeRoy-Ostrander Cardinals | Lancers do it again | Bagley’s eight seniors | Indians win Grand Rapids Individual championship 15 of 17 years | Candy captures another trophy | Wrestler Spotlights – Klaus Alberts, Bret Baumbach, Bill Andrews, Rick Vold, Douglas Schaffer, Randy Ryan, Pat Seys, Mark Obrycki, Keith Lexvold, Clayton Riemann, Bob Barr, Bill Reeves, Steve Berling.

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The Guillotine – January 14, 1976

The January 14, 1976 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: What it’s all about – class system | Sweat Box By Krug | Want more Jaycee chapters in kid wrestling program | Letters to the Editor | Champion Cake | Four outstanding boys are wrestling for Morris High – Bill Well, Tom Beyer, Brian Hill, Orval Wevley | Mat Wives notes | Fourth annual Mankato Open won by Wisconsin University | Wrestler Spotlights – Lee Nelson, Pat Gallager, Matthew Morsching, Tim Strobel, John Fisher, Randy Schwanke, John Hagel, Herman Duin, Mike Wolf, Steve Ohly, Dale Martin, Barry Reysack, Dale Studer, Paul Vaith, David Hoese, Tim Hoese, Joe Dragich, Brad Wenker | Old timers give it their all | USWF Championship Series | Zilverberg lost for the season | Albert Lea Tigers still unbeaten / Dwight Gingerich, Brian Ayers, Bob Jean | Team Balance for Hancock / Spencer Yohe | St. Francis is tourney champ | No unlucky 13 for James Gang | Alden teams win own tourney | Coach Spotlights – James Carr, Scott Brown, Larry Mollins | Waterville tourney winner | Dave King wins pinning crown | Rangers round up big trophy – Forest Lake | Pipestone wins own tourney | Tonka ‘trucks on’ to Panther title | Knights aided by Mat Maids – St. Michael-Albertville | Hats off to Mankato West | Canby wins in South Dakota | Irish Sweepstakes go to Buffalo squad | Shakopee captures championship.

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The Guillotine – December 17, 1975

The December 17, 1975 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: Winning is “Spirit of ’76” – Fridley | Lancers have champ for two more years – Fred Full | Dan Gable to enter Midlands tourney | Sweat Box By Krug | MWCA notes from Carol | Trojans have eleven back – Barnesville | Blackhawks intend to win seventh straight title – Alden-Conger | Trojans Marching to more mat conquests – Worthington / Ken Droegemueller | Indians have never lost Iron Range title – Grand Rapids | Iowa team is Buc champ | Lumberjacks returns seven – Bemidji | Coach Spotlights – Mike Pierro, John DeLozier | Wrestler Spotlights – Scott Benner, Dan Winter | Tigers G-r-r-ab Fridley Invitational championship | Wabasso has 11 returning / Gary Hindt | Hutch wins own dual tournament | Tigers want more championships – Albert Lea | Kenyon improving each year | Paynesville is after fourth title in row | ‘U’ team scores most points in Bison Open | Should be good year for Wayzata Trojans | After two independent titles- what next? – Mankato Loyola | Worthington Community College hosts open tourney | Blue Earth optimistic about season / Dick Maher | Knights potent – St. Michael-Albertville | James gang riding tough again – St. James | Mankato West should have another good year | New Ulm matmen win invitational | Looks like Centrals best – Norwood Young America | Dieter’s Psalm.

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The Guillotine – November 19, 1975

The November 19, 1975 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: Have we got class! ‘A’ and ‘AA’ | Minnesota cultural team finished the Finnish | Sweat Box By Krug | Canada bests Minnesota in junior exchange | Wives at it again | Letter to the Editor | Anoka and Roseville do well in USKWF nationals | MWC wins National title | Gause receives FILA’s Gold Star | Burnsville homecoming royalty | AAU cultural teams | Rule changes | Ten Minnesota boys place in National Junior Olympics | Four of Pan-Am gold medals won by Gopher State men | Craig Jordan still undefeated | Career wins | Watertown has pair of winners | Coaches Spotlight- Alan Adams, Bruce Bartels | Nearly 200 participants in Cosmos elementary tourney | Mollers family provide three wrestlers | State boys tour West Germany | MWC successfully defends USWF Greco-Roman title | Lady refs! | The retirement poem.

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The Guillotine – March 28, 1975

The March 28, 1975 issue of The Guillotine. In the headlines: Augsburg second in NAIA | Zilverberg may be U’s ‘winningest’ wrestler | Wally Johnson completed his 23rd season | Sweat Box By Krug | FILA International coaches clinic | Wives would like membership list | School stars in wrestling classic | Seven Saints – St. James seniors | Jerry Reker is Southeast’s first All American | North Idaho repeats as NJCAA champion | Bird Island-Lake Lillian is Conference champion | State champion was at one time a loser | William Community College adds more trophies to collection / Roy Minter | BSC’s Whelan is national champ | Scholarship winners – Keith Johnson, Art Volker, Bruce Johnson, and Cameron Johnson | Wrestler Spotlight – Jack Miller | Mat Maids unite | St. Cloud wins NIC seconds year in row / John Oxton | Concordia returns seven next year | St. Olaf loses only two seniors | St. John’s busy rebuilding, seven return next year / Roger Ludwig | Moorhead places three in 1975 NIC conference meet | Itasca CC has rewarding year | Rochester Community College has fine season | Letter to Editor | Mankato State sets dual record | State champ was never on ‘B’ team, never been pinned | Rocori junior high wins own tourney.

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