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Bob O'Neil wallopped John Ferullo in the unlimited house boxing finals yesterday. A doctor halted the bout after two rounds.
O'Neil, a 210-pound junior, was "leery of Ferullo from the beginning." Although happy with his victory. O'Neil said yesterday that "it really wasn't much of a fight."
Ferullo, not an experienced boxer, was bleeding from his face when the fight was stopped. O'Neil, a transfer last year from the University of Colorado, controlled both rounds.
In the 185-pound freshman final, favored Bob O'Meara bowed before Dave Gauthier in a three-round decision. O'Meara toppled Mike Barry in 17 seconds in Wednesday's preliminaries.
O'Meara said yesterday that had he been in better shape, he "definitely could have beaten Gauthier." Gauthier called the bout "an even fight."
In what may have been the best match of the afternoon. Steve Heslinga scored a TKO over Ken Otto in the 165-pound house finals. Otto won last year's bout in the 155-pound division.
Rick Hausler defeated Steve D'Arcy by decision in yesterday's 145-pound house final. In the 145-pound freshman match. John Weeks forfeited to Arty Faden. Henry Bannister edged out Harry Williams in the 155-pound freshman bout, and George Haywood beat Terry Brennan in the 155-pound house final. The two latter victories were by decision.
Oscar Ellison gained a decision over Ollie Goodenough in the freshman 165-pound class, and Fred Smith, out with an injured ankle, forfeited to Mike Rosenbaum in the 175-pound house fight.
John Waciuma TKO'd Jerry Frutetel at 1:50 of the second round, winning the 185-pound house division. Hardy Wiedeman beat Marshall Jones, also by TKO, the fight ending after 50 seconds of the third round.
In action Wednesday, Tetsur Nishiuni and Sam Chang won by default in the freshman and house 135-pound division, respectively. John Keough took a unanimous decision over Bob Hoyle, also on Wednesday.
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