Smoker At High School is Interesting and Fast
Nisqually Valley News March 23, 1944
The smoker held in the Yelm Gym on Thursday evening saw some very competitive matches that were fast and clean. Those who saw the matches report they were very. The Tenino boys were unable to be present as the school there closed. The Lettermen’s Club and the Future Farmers of America were cosponsors of the affair.
Results of the fights were:
The opener was a paper weight affair between Maxie Wells and Leonard Squally. Squally won the victory.
Albert Marx(?) vs. John Brunetti at 135 pounds, Brunetti winning.
Tom Maynard v. Bob Manfredi with Maynard winning.
Benny Johnston vs. Richard Plumlee at 135 pounds with Plumlee as the winner.
Harold Games won the 155 pound bout over Gene Kelsee.
Dick Loutzenhiser won over Bob Sickless in the 145 pound bout.
Marv Sickles won over Vern Hoorst in the 140 pound bout.
Ed Lane beat Harold Becker in the main attraction of the evening. Both boys weighed 160 pounds.