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By JIM BENAGHI unthreatened to record a 2:14.8.
Sophomores Tom Robinson, All-round standout Cephas had
Tony Seth and Dick Cephas and a :07.6 for the 65-yd. low hurdles,
freshman sensation Bennie Mc- nipping veteran Pete Stanger and
Rae flirted with Yost Field House's McRae at the tape by a half-foot.
record times as Michigan's track The lightweight speedster from
team fought among the ranks in Delaware also was runner-up to
its intra-squad meet last night. Robinson in the dash, shared a
The final team scores were only I
incidental to the brilliant indi-
vidual performances and the fine
showing of an all-soph mile relay
The sophs piled up 56% points
to win. The freshmen had 46%;
followed by the juniors' 34 , and
the seniors' 224.
four-way tie for first in the high man mark while upsetting Stanger I were considered as team threats
jump and ran a :49.5 quarter-mile in the high hurdles. but did win their share of firsts.
in a losing effort on a second soph Stanger, Big Ten outdoor low The senior winners were Eeles
relay team. hurdle titlist, was off to a yard Landstrom's 14'" leap in the pole
McRae, who got a late start in lead with a fine start but McRae vault; Mamon Gibson's share of
track because of his halfbacking came on fast in the last 15 yards the high jump tie with freshman
duties for Coach Don Dufek's to win. The Fieldhouse record for Steve Williams, junior Jim Foley
yearling grid squad, set a fresh- the contest is :07.9. and Cephas; and Joel Boyden's
Besides the performances of shot put victory of 50'9 "-only
Robinson, Seth and Cephas, the after runner-up Tom Seifert, a
sophomores' annexation of the freshman, fouled on two puts over
team crown was aided highly by 51 feet.
Bryan Gibson, Les Bird and Marsh Junior titlists were Dick
Dickerson-all of whom won in- Schwartz in the two - mile run
dividual events. (9:39.8) and Foley.
Other Soph Winners A pair of Canadians, miler Er-
Gibson won the 300-yd. dash in gas Leps and 440-yd. dashman
32.1, Bird took the broad jump Ian Fraser, won firsts for the
with a 22'6" leap, and Dickerson freshmen.
ran away from the field in the
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in the relay victory.
The juniors and seniors never
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dash qualifying in last night's The DASCOLA Barbers;.
use. Robinson's winning time of
d off Big Ten record. Others, left Near Michigan Theatre
oe Christie and Ron Trowbridge. .
Robinson sped to :06.2 clockings
in both the qualifying and final
heats of the 60-yd. dash and closed
the evenir~g by running a :49.0
quarter-mile leg of the mile relay,!
which his quartet won in a fine
The Big Ten and Field House
records for the dash are :06.1. The
Conference mark is held jointly
by Ohio State's immortal Jesse
Owens (1935) and Michigan's Sam
Stoller (1936). Ira Murchison,
Western Michigan's Olympic star,
holds the latter record.
Seth, who Coach Don Canham
rates his most improved trackman,
blazed through the 1,000-yd. run
line first at completion of 60-yd.
Intra-squad meet at Yost Fieldho
:06.2 was only one-tenth of second
to right, are Freeman Watkins, Jo
AAHS Sets Swim Mark;
Reese Made LA Coach
Four members of Ann Arbor
High School's swimming team set
a new national high school record
of 1:47.4 in the 200-yd. medley,
relay last night as the Pioneers
won a triangular meet from Lin-
coln Park and Adrian.
Steve Thrasher (backstroke),
Bob Clark (breaststroke), Jim
Griffith (butterfly) and Owen
Kleinschmidt (freestyle) cracked
the former record of 1:48.5 held
jointly by Battle Creek and Grosse
Reese Signs As Coach
LOS ANGELES (MP)-- Capt.
Harold (Pee Wee) Reese today,
was named to the coaching staff
of the Los Angeles Dodgers and
apparently one of the all-time
brilliant playing careers in major
league baseball is at an end.
Vice - President E. J. (Buzzie)
Bavasi announced the shift from
the active l4p of the 37-year-old
veteran, and added:
"We are proud of the wonderful
record of Reese. He could have re-
mained on the active roster of
another major league club. But
the Dodgers, in rebuilding their
team, must make room for another
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