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ght resulted in the
ig the wrestiling
ng the boxing meet
the crowd of 500
1 pleased with the
go on were the wrestlers.
aggressive 115 pounder,
t Borsits of D. A. C. in the,
3oth men were exceedingly
lever with Borsits holding
,vantage due to his longer
He tried a half Nelson
and proceeded to ride De-
a body scissors. DeFoe
rd but Borsits was awdrded
d match Jenkins of
its of D. A. C. Bor--f
a hold but was con-'
rnkins with body
h Jenkins fought
man was awarded
an at 135 pounds
osition in Ackerly
rly was the light-
ampion of the 1920
illard was subject
body holds and
he as unable to
e grapples . D. A. C.
n, in the next meet
a half Nelson and
ed in winning the
e next match by
D. A. C. man se-
Campbell at 158,
Bacon. Nahikian used his left nice-
ly in the third round buts -having
a hard time keeping away from Ba-
con's right. The round went to Nahi-
kian and contrary to earlier bulletins
the bout was awarded to Michigan.
Bernbaum of Michigan at 125 pounds
met Wolgast of D. A. C. In the next
bout. Wolgast had a good left and
kept 'sinking it to Bernie's stomach
but due to the Wolverine's cleverness
the first round was even. Wolgast's
left began to take effect on Bern-
baum's mid-section in the second
round and in a fast exchange Bern-
baum had the worst of it. Round two
went to Wolgast. Bernbaum held out:
well in the third round but Wolgast
out-generaled him.. This bout was
awarded to D. A. C.
Michigan was awarded the 130
pound bout when the D. A. C.man
picked to box Libonati failed to show
In the 135 pound McKelvey of Mich-
igan faced Stith of D. A. C. The first
round was even.with McKelvey show-
ing some clever stuff. In the second
round Stith cpught McKelvey with a
right on the chin and the punch daz-
ed him. He dropped to take the count
of nine, intending to get up before 1
seconds were counted. Stage fright
evidently got hold of him because he
got on his knees and stayed there for
the count, arising immediately after
and willing to box, but Referee Devero.
claimed that McKelvey waited too
long. The bout went to D. A. C. by a
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*M!elechnie in Fast Draw
McKechnie of Michigan and Gotrech-
er of D. A. C. at 155 pounds boxed a
fast three round draw. Round one
went to McKechnie, who made good
use of his right. Round two was even
with Gotrecher beginning to beat Mc-
Kechnie to the punch. The third round
went to Gotrecher, who had solved the
Wolverine's right.aMcKechnie's won-
derful, spirit was accorded comimenda-
In the last bout Wolinitz of Michi-
gan and the veteran, Hartman, of
D. A. C. met at 160 pounds. In the
first round Wolinitz displayed clever-
ness that surprised Hartman and the
round' went to the Wolverine. Woli-
nitz came out in the second round and
shot a quick succession of rights to
the veteran's chin. Hartman became
aggressive and held the round even,
Hartman led with a left to the stom-;
ach and a right to the chin in the
third round and Wolintz )pecame grog-
gy. He tried to come back but the
attack dropped him for the count. The
bout went to D. A. C. by knockout.
Coach Sulliyan felt that the boys
conducted themselves well for their
first public appearance and stage
fright was the hoodoo. Carl Johnson,
'20, was master of ceremonies.
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Following are the names of those qual-
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Haller Wins Handily
in Haller, Michigan's light
eight representative, scored the
1 of the meet when he threw
" of D. A. C. in eight min
ith a head lock and wrist
gan's heavyweight, Meeker,
trough with the deciding match
ched a Michigan"victory by
the decision over McKinley
a aid of body and arm holds.
Thorn is well pleased with
formance of the Michigan.
s' the D. A. C. grapplers were,
class men. This meet shows
lh the proper backing the Wol-
applers can rank with the bestl
te wrestling teams.
of M. A. C. proved an efficient
for the matches.
Sullivan's boxing team went'
and the 115 pounders, Nahi-
Michigan and Bacon of D. A.
in the opener. Bacon was
[off his feet in the first round,
ae up immediately. Both boys
a little with Nahikian 'having
er of the round. In the second,
acon's left began to find Nah
face 'and the Wolverine was
coming. The round went to
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