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MiFchigan Ties for
T hird inw ig 10 Track Tourney
WITH INTENSE CONCENTRATION and pole poised for the jump, (Canamare sprints clown the runway toward the 15' 4" bar.
Canamare, the Wolverine captain, set a Big Ten record of 15' 91i" in winning the pole vault title last ,year.
POLE-VAULTERI GEORGE CANAMVAIIE sizes uip the height of
the bar before making an attempt at 15' 4". CanamTare was the
defending outdoonr pole vault champion.
CAN AMARE GOES WELL OV ER the bar at the 15' 4" mark to
eliminate all other vault contenders except Bill Burniette of Iowa.
Btirnette also cleared the bar at this heig-ht and touk first place
because of fewer previous misses.
THlE TOP FINIShEIltRS in the shot Put include M ia' Jack hlarve>y anad Stev( 5 nhin .18
vy, the winner of the event. set ani outdoor recoA of 57' 2:","' to go along xviiit the recorid of 5'
31 4" be set in this year's indoor meet.
COACHI DON ('ANIIATA
THlE JUDGES AND TIMERS watch with undivided attention
as the contestants comie down the straightawiay in the 440-yard
intermediate hurdles. W, sidcs= e ,judges, photos of all finishes
were taken to verify the results.
$JIOT-PU 'TTER STEVE LEI'ITMIVAN groans with the effort as
he hursls the shot 54' ]", good for third place in the meet. euceht-
man backed up winner Jack Harvey to make the shot the strong-
est event for the %%olverines.
MICHIGAN'S CECIL NOht)E executes a perftect hidtoj pass to the number two man on the mile
relay team, Bob) (erometta. The WXolverines were leading after the first quarter-mile lap but end-
ed in fifth with a time of 3.17.7.
PU RIUE'S BOB WOLF, Iowa's Al Randolph, Michigan State's Bob Steel and Michigan's Woodie
Fox stretch to go over the high hurdles in the semi-finals. Steele, Randolph and Wolf placed third,
fourth and fifth, respectively in the finals.
Thomas R. COpi
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