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SAN DAILY TEDY UEZ.16

TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1864

'ine EndRebuilding"Year'
NRLIE TOWLE
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Special To The Daily Not through for the day, Ber-{ The only other point getter for
EVANSTON-The 64th annual nard helped Michigan earn the Ithe Wolverines was Des Ryan in
BigTenOutoorTrak ad Feldonly Big Ten record of the meet the one mile run. Ryan finished
Bhmosigs TewOtooerackilandFieldthird in 4:13.2 behind Mike Man-
Chamionhipswer biled s aas he anchored the mile -relay ley of Wisconsin and Al Carius of
gan andmnlt Wisconsin, butn the Badg- team to a 3:10.2 clocking. Illinois. Manley's winning time was
ers easily outpointed the Wolver-E Dave Romain led off the Mich- 4:12.0.
ines 64-52 last May 22-23 at iganl quartet and was followed by it0 of
Northwestern's Dyche Stadium. Dan Hughes and converted pole O torM f
What was to have been a tGough vaulter George Wade. When the, DISCUS-i. Henderson (W); 2.
rematch of last March's indoor 3, aton was passed to Bernard Mich- Soudek (M); 3. Lambert (M);
championships at Columbus where igan was running a close second 4. Redmon (I11); 5. Barnes (Minn).
Mihgncm u ntp6-8 t icni ihtefs li itne7'1.proved to be almost the opposite Higgenbottom running the final BROAD JUMP-17. Ackerman (W);
as igh frm te sartWisonsn lg fr te Bdges. Arond he 2. Garrett (MSU); 3. Joseph(N)
as rghtfro th stat WscosinIle fo th Bagers Arundthe 4, Pride (WV); 5. Rowser (M). Dts-
cashed in on Wolverine misfor- backstretch Bernard shot past his tance-z3'1~".1
tunes. !opponent and went on to win by 660-YD, RUN-1. Becker (III); 2.
Intedsu nFia ih-10 yards with a time of :45.6 for Hornlung (MSU); 3. Montalbano
gnsOypafrmAsraErthis leg. (W); 4. Harris (NU); 5. Heuer (w).
gan' Olypianfro AusriaEr-Time-i :30.5.
nest Soudek, was upset by Don' Three Other Titles MILE RUN-i1. Manley (W); 2.
Hendrickson of Wisconsin who hit Th Wovrnsgie tre Carius (I11); 3. Ryan (M); 4. Boyd-
The olveinesgaind thee ston (NU); 5. Bowen (MSU). Time
a throw of 175'11" Although Sou-; other individual champions hips as -.4.12.0.
dek has bettered the Big Ten ree- seniors Ted Kelly in the half 440-YD. DASH-i. Bernard (M); 2.
ord with a heave of 185'5", he mile, Roger Schmitt in the shot IIollinlgsworth (Ia); 3. Patterson
could do no better than 166'41/" put, and Chris Murray in the two (WV); 4. Thomas (NU); 5. Higgen-
for second place. Teammate Fred m bottom (WV). Tine--:46.1.
Lamertfinshe tirdrigt b- mleeach won impressively. 10 0-YD. DASH-i. Jackson (IIl); 2.
hind Soudek with a trwo The win by Kelly gave him the Blanheim (111); 3. Goldston (Ia): 4.
throwRo Smith (wV); 5. Townsend (NU).
164'7". =outdoor crown, to go+ with the R.im-095

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