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Fio-[S H, KI iEcht Wrestlers Awarded Letters; WIN At ITHACA
TEAM Four To compete At Ames. F+rida' COESSAO
IR 0 [ 0 D J N ' i: (Continued from Page Six) lbetween Donahoe and Captain Beers was tecotrst in stregli )hown
thisoyfthpotoow.foh 158-poundcrw.b the sophomores on the tVo t ceams.
Miini To Oppiose SontcrnCe i ioni Two of the men, Captain Watson This same pair battled' in the finals Grodsky was the only one of six
Tliinclads On April 7i ttan ex-Captain Donahoe; are receiv- last year, Donahoe had apparently Wolverine new-corners to score; for
duos Angele s ing their third award in the tsport, accumulated a sufficient advantage to Jack Moakley's aggregatio, nine
!___ while Sauer has won two "'s"The win in the regular period after go-, sophoin-ares secured eight p~laces andl
MEECT 'VO BE 4 ARD TTothers, Hewitt,. Thomas, Elliott,? War.- ing behind his rival four times, but raked in 23 of Cornell's 45 point
1 R__S__ ien, and Prescott are receivinglihe timers found the Wolverine' total.'
(Seilt h al)their first letters. lakcked two seconds of having a mmii- __ _I__
(Specal toThe Dily)Four, of this number, Watson, ;ute.'s edlge, the time necessary for- PORTLAND-Resolutions hav been
URBANA, l\~areli 26--University of, Dona hoe, Sauer, and Prescott will be a. decision. adopted by the six members Io f the
Illinois track mien, 13ig 'eni outdoor lost through graduation, while War- Thomas, Donahoe, Sauer, and HFew- northern section or the Pacific coast
and indoor chars'pions, are girding ren, Hewitt, 'hlliott and T'honmas will itt will enter the intercollegiate i Conference requesting that radio
retrnt~ or th n~clusof hemeet at Ames on Friday and Satur-I broadlcasting of 'football games be
themselives .for their long journey 1982iem a.sopd
to Los Angeles where they will en- Winning I -9e one first, three, second, ______________________'stopped. ______________
gage the powerful Univer.Sity of and two third places in the annual' ....+.rn.-..r-.....,......
Southern Californi~i squwtd a w ek Big Ten individual wrestling chain- :
frmStnd .p io ns i tp meet at Bloomiington,I0
Despite their supr .macy in the Michigan carried off first .placeEr
Western Conferenice, the Illini view w it h a total of 15 p o in t s, e . io as
regard. the roster of Trojan perform- Northwestern, the nearest rivals. C a p
erg. Illinois' achievements this sea- Wisconsin, Indiana, and Chicago tied'
son include victories over Note for fourth; Iowa was seventh, Ohiol
Dame iand Iow in da7eefs, tfirst ,1aadn iist idfregth n A n o
plc nto)i e noo pe n Pilrdue was tenth.
brilliant performances in the Illinois Bob Hewitt, who annexed the only Fr A lC as s
indoo~r relay carnival, title for Michigan, and Joe Sapora F rA l lse
One{ of the brightest spots in the of Illinois easily advanced to the
Illinois picture is Abbhott, a young; filial round, and then. the Wolverine ^
distance runner 'who has already! repeated Donahoe's performance of '7 in oe ' ,li c
establishled a new Illinois record of last year by defeating the man who,
9:27.6 in the two mile. - bad previously beaten him in the
Lyon, Big Ten shot put champion, match which decided the dual meet lSaeSre
has a record of '48 feet 10 7-8 inches. title.
Earl White has cleared 13 feet 3 1-4 The most closely contested, match_______________________________________
inches in' the pole vault. [of the entire meet was, tle battle _______________________________________

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