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May 23, 1979 A & E Supply Co. of Duluth has purchased the Roth Brothers Department Store property in downtown Superior. A & E will use about 40 percent of the building for commercial office supplies and make the rest available for office space rental. A Congdon estate trustee testified yesterday in the Marjorie Caldwell murder trial that Caldwell was $1.1 million in debt in 1974. Prosecutor John DeSanto called the witness to demonstrate that Caldwell desperately needed money at the time of her mother's murder. May 23, 1999
Opening Friday "Aladdin" Young Aladdin embarks on a magical adventure after finding a lamp that releases a wisecracking genie. PG, 2:08, Premiere, Duluth 10, Lakes 10 "Booksmart" Academic overachievers Amy and Molly thought keeping their noses to the grindstone gave them a leg up on their high school peers. Determined to make up for lost time, the girls decide to cram four years of not-to-be missed fun into one night. R, 1:45, Premiere, Duluth 10, Lakes 10 "Brightburn"
The Dallas Wings on Wednesday waived Port Wing native Megan Gustafson, who was trying to make the WNBA team following a terrific four-year run at Iowa, capped by Gustafson winning several national player of the year awards this past season. Gustafson averaged 2.6 points and three rebounds a game in the preseason for the Wings, who open the regular season Friday.
Cloquet senior Peter Tomhave rallied from a loss in the first set to defeat Eveleth-Gilbert senior Rob Licari 4-6, 6-1, 6-1 for the Section 7A individual singles championship Wednesday at the Virginia Indoor Tennis and Pickleball Club. Both Tomhave and Licari advance to the Class A state tournament June 4-7 at the Reed Sweatt Family Tennis Center in Minneapolis. Tomhave swept Virginia junior Joe Hafdahl in the semifinals while Licari needed three sets to get by Hibbing junior Dom Warzecha.
BASEBALL Tuesday's Late Results Eveleth-Gilbert 14, MIB 4, 5 innings At Eveleth. WP: Jacob Sickel 4IP, 0ER, 0H, 7K, 2BB. EG: Alec Gritzmacher 2x4 (2B), 3R, 3RBIs; Sickel HR, 2R, RBI; Bobby Lind 2x4, RBI; Andrew Torrel 2R. MIB: Alex Benkusky 3RBI-3B. Northeast Range 6, Wrenshall 5 WP: Vogh 6IP, 5R, 7H, 5K, 5BB. LP: Krisak 0.1IP, 1R, 2H, 0BB. W: Jacob Murray 3x4, RBI; Randy Wimmer 2B, 2R; Hunter Holmes RBI; Wyatt Kelley 2x4, RBI; NER: Lislegard 4x4, RBIs; Levens 2x4, 3RBIs; scored winning run in bottom of 7th.
Lake Superior College has named Anthony and Caitlyn Wood its new men's and women's head soccer coaches for the upcoming seasons. Anthony Wood has coached high school soccer for eight years and is in his sixth year at Proctor. He will lead the IceHawks men, while Caitlyn Wood will lead the women after coaching at various levels around Proctor for five years. The husband and wife duo take over for Jeff Lightfoot, who retired after leading both programs into the postseason last year.
BOYS 100 1. Wryott Gerson, Denfeld 11.3 2. Carter Fonger, Superior 11.4 (tie) Darby Gamradt, Herm. 11.4 4. Michael Knaack, NW 11.5 5. Derek Daniels, East 11.6 (tie) Dylan DeChampeau, GNK 11.6 200 1. Wryott Gerson, Denfeld 22.4 2. Steven Pearson, Superior 22.9 3. Darby Gamradt, Herm. 23.0 4. Jake Holmlund, Superior 23.2 5. Michael Knaack, NW 23.4 400 1. Wryott Gerson, Denfeld 50.6 2. Iain Mathison, Superior 52.1 3. Michael Knaack, NW 52.3 4. Conner Daudt, Deer River 52.6 5. Ben Hansen, Cromwell 52.7 800
BASEBALL MINNESOTA SECTION 5A Today's First Round No. 7 McGregor/Cromwell-Wright at No. 2 Braham, 4:30 p.m. WISCONSIN DIVISION 1 Sectional 1 Tuesday's First Round No. 10 D.C. Everest at No. 7 Superior, TBA DIVISION 2 Sectional 1 Today's First Round No. 5 Ashland at No. 4 Osceola, 5 p.m. No. 6 Amery at No. 3 Rice Lake, 5 p.m. No. 7 Barron at No. 2 Hayward, 5 p.m. No. 1 Northwestern, bye BOYS GOLF MINNESOTA SECTION 7A Today's Meet At Virginia Second round, 9 a.m.
BASEBALL BATTING Talance Fairbanks, Deer River .622 Charlie Kleinschmidt, Marshall .568 Andrew Miller, Cook County .562 James LeGarde, Esko .516 Ben Pedersen, Marshall .500 Peter Hansen, Marshall .474 Kyle Doup, Duluth East .455 Eric Gibson, Duluth Denfeld .453 Logan Jasper, Duluth Denfeld .448 Frank Villenueve, Deer River .447