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WED NtSDAY, MAY 15, 1929

'TH-E. - M IC H- GAN.- D A-T~lEY.

PA~S~V~

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Minnesota Yearlings Ta
Track Meet fro
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Hass And Munn. Star For Gophers;
Michigan Talent Divided;
Take Eight Firsts
JIAS WINS FOUR EVENTS

ike Teegrap ic dUNIV ERSITY OF UTAH.-"U"k
is m Wolverine Freshmen useda to hbe. The annual, tript to1
______________________________I_ whitewash the old "U" on the
Shot put-Won by Munn, (Minn.); I mountain side, and the usual
Claussen, (Minn.), second; Smith, chariot race, and tug-o-war are!
(Mich), third. Distance--43 feet,thonyhreftequitra-
inch.ithonytreothquitta-!
Discus1-Won by Munn, (Minn.);, tions remaining. Among the rules
BSlack, (Mich.), second; Claussen, governing the old' contest some of
(Minn.), third. Distance-123 feet,, these relics were found': No neck-
6 inches. ties wer'e to be worn, no white col-
Javelin.-WMon by Munn, (Minn.) ; ars, shined shoes, or combed, hair:;
Constans, -(Minn.), second; McKin-; allowed, and absolutely- all fresh-,
levy, (Mich.), third. Distance- 173 man to wear the green pots until
feet." they return from the "U."j
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Largely through the; efforts of
two promising youngsters, Hass and
Munn, who scored almost half. of
the, Gopher points betwen them,
Minnesota's freshman track team
defeated, the Michigan yearlings in
a telegraphic dual meet, 71 to 69,1
last Saturday..
Hass of Minnesota took four firsts
to lead in the individual point scor-
ing. He negotiated the 100 yard
dash in the amazing time of :09.8,
a mark which few Varsity men can
equaL. Hass also took the 220 yard
low' hurdlesg, covering the distance
in :25.1, and tied for first in the
220 yard dash in :22.4. Just to
show. his versatility, he won the
broad, Jump by a leap of, 21, feet, 6
inches.
Minnesota also uncovered a star
in the field events' in Munn. He
was scarcely less effective against
the Wolves than was his team-
mate' Hass: He annexed.. the shot
put with a, heave of.,48% feet, the
discus. with a. throw of 123.6, and
the javelin with a, distance of 173
feet.
Each team took eight firsts, seven
of Minnesota's being credited to
Hass and' Munn, while the other
was he elay. Michigan's eight
first were divided among eight
men, which augers well for the all
round strength of the team.
Summnaries
100. yard;,;dash:.-Won, by Hass,
(Mrin.); T hompton, (Minn.), sec-
ond; Towey, (Minn.),. third. Time
880 yard: run.-Won by McLaugh-
lin,- (Mich.Y; Chase, (Mich.), sec-
ond'; Hone, (MinnJ), third. Time-
2:01.5.
Mile run.--Won by Wolfe, (Mich.) ;
Fitzg ibbons, (Mich.), second; Weed,
(Mnn.),. third. Time--4.
Two mile run .--Won by Fitzgib-
bons,. (Mich.); Landsrule, (Minn.),
second;- McCormack, (Mich:), third.
Time--16: 02.5.
440. yard dash.-Won by Glading,
.(ic.); Kaminski, (Mich.), sec-
ond; Thompton, (Minn.), third.
Tinie-: 52:.
12.0'. yard, high hurdles.-Wood;
M ch.) and- Laroque, (Minn.), tied
for first; Dancy, (Minn.), third.
Time--:25.1.
220 yard dash.-Hass, (Minn.),
and Campbell,. (Mich.), ,. tied for
first; Thompton, (Minn.), third.
Time:22:4.
Brokd jump.-Won by Hass,
Wilnn.)'; Thompton, (Minn.), sec-
ond; Segal, (Minn.), third. Dis-
tance-21 fleet, 6. inches.
High jump.Won by McHose,
(Mich.),; Johnson, (Mich.), second;.
Segal, (Mrihn), third. FHeight-5
feet, 11/2 inches.
LPole vault= Won by Allen, (Mich.)*;
''"Jolly, (Minn.), second; Parks,
;.(M~inn.), third.. Height--12, feet,;8
inches. .

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