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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 26, 1929

ILLIMOIS INSTHIRD
810TETARACK(TITLEq
this event, scoring nine points
when Cave, Sentman and Burkhart
took second, third and fourth. Jack
Tarbill of Michigan collected the
remaining counter, Burkhart nos-1
ing him out for t'e fourth place
by inches.
The Wolverines collected seven
points in the hammer throw when
Captain Ketz won the event and
George McArthur finished fourth.
lCetz brought his point total for the
meet up to Bight by winning this
event with a throw of 154 feet 7
inches.
Vern McDermott sprang one of
the surprises of the meet and aid-
ed the Gilmen to gain their third
consecutive Big Ten title by tieing
with Tom Warne of Northwestern
for first place in the pole vault,
both men clearing the bar at 13
feet 7 inches to break the existing
conference record of 13 feet 13
feet 3 inches held jointly by
Droegemueller of Northwestern and
McGinnis of Wisconsin.
Sam Behr of Wisconsin cracked
his own record established in the
preliminaries yesterday afternoon
with a toss of 48 feet 3 inches in
the shot put, a full foot better than
the former Big Ten mark held by
Lewis of Northwestern since 1927.
Crawford Felker of Michigan fin-
ished in a three way tie with Car!
of Illinois and Gordon of Iowa foi
first place in the high jump, all
clearing six feet.
Iowa Wins Mile Relay
The' Michigan and Iowa mile re-
lay teams fought it out for first
honors in this event. Freese hand-
ed the baton to Dale Seymour in
fourth position in the field of 10
starters and he cut the Iowa lead
to a scant yard, handing it to Tar-
bill in second place. Tarbill raced
on even terms with Depping o
Iowa for his lap, and Dalton Sey-
mour threatened to overtake
George Baird, Iowa anchor man
but found the Hawkeye's sfinish. to
great to overcome. The time was
3:20.-.
First Jlace in the javelin went
to Wilmer Rinehart of Indiana
1928 champion, as a result of hi
193 foot 4 1-8 inch toss in the qual-
ifying rounds yesterday. Chambers
of Illinois was second while Capt
Ketz took third with a throw o
177 feet 9 inches, his best effort o
the year.
Another Olympic star, Gordon of
Iowa, outdistanced the field in the
broad jump with a leap of 24 feet
1 3-4 inches, a full foot ahead o
Simon, brother of last year's wi -
ner, who captured second honors
Summaries
Mile Run-Won by Martin, Pur
due; Stine, Illinois, second; Fields,
Indiana, third; Letts, Chicago,
fourth; Clapham, Indiana, fifth.
Time-4 minutes 20.4.
440 yard dash-Won by Walter,
Northwestern; Baird, Iowa, sec-
ond; Gest, Chicago; third; Strother,
Ohio State, fourth; Henke, Wiscon-
sin, fifth. Time-48.6.
10 yard dash-Won by Tolan,
Michigan; Simpson, Ohio State,
second; Root, Chicago, third; Kriss,
Ohio State, fourth; Gordon, Indi-
ana, fifth. Time-:09.5. (Betters
Intercollegiate record and ties
World's Amateur record of Charles
Paddock.)
120 yard high hurdles-Won by
Rockaway, Ohio State; Sentman,

I SUMMARIES OF WESTERN CONFERENCE OUTDOOR TRACK MEET
Illinois, second; Rodgers, Illinois, of 21.2 set by Eric Wilson, Iowa, in Gordon, Iowa; Simon, Illinois, sec- Droegemueller, Northwestern, 1927,1
third; Saling, Iowa, fourth; Crooks, 1923. ond; Pinkster, Iowa, third; Tierney, and McGinnis, Wisconsin, at 13
Ohio State, fifth. Time-:14.8. Discus throw-Won by Rasmus, Minnesota, fourth; Larson, Wiscon- feet 3 inches.
Slot put-Won by Behr, Wiscon-! Ohio State; Sanderson, Michigan, sin, fifth. Distance 24 feet 1 3-4 Mile relay-Won by Iowa (Stev-
sin; Weaver, Chicago, second; For- second; Brooks, Michigan, third; inches. enson, Ferguson, Depping, Baird),
ward,, Iowa, third; Roberts, Ioka, Tritton, Ohio State, fourth; John- 220 yard low hurdle-Won by Michigan, second; Wisconsin, third;
fourth; Klein, Chicago, fifth. Dis- son, Minnesota, fifth. pistance 150 Rockaway, Ohio State; Cave, 1lli- Indiana, fourth; Northwestern,
tance 48 feet 3 inches. New Con- ,feet 9 inches.I nois, second; Sentman, Illinous,' fifth. Time-3:20.7.
ference record. Two mile run-Won by Abbott, , third; Burkhart, Illinois, fourth; Michigan; Ujhelyi, Ohio State, sec-
Half mile run-Won by Martin, Illinois; Leas, Indiana, second; Tarbill, Michigan, fifth. Time- Hammer throw-Won by Ketz,
Purdue; Orlovich, Illinois, second; I Anderson, Minnesota, third: Fol-122.8. (Breaks Conference, Inter- ond; Smalley, Indiana, third; Mc-
White, Illinois, third; Dildine, Indi- lows, Wisconsin, fourth; Fulsom, collegiate and World's record all Arthur, Michigan, fourth; Gil-
ana, fourth; Hayes, Ohio State, Wisconsin, fifth. Time-9:33. held by Brookins, Iowa, made in christ, Iowa, fifth. Distance-154
fifth. Time-1:55.6. Javelin throw-Won by Pine- 1924, 23 fiat. feet 7 inches.
220 yard dash-Won by Simp- hart, Indiana; Chambers, Illinois, Pole vault-Won by McDermott, High jump-Carr, Illinois; Gor-
son, Ohio State; Tolan, Michigan, second; Ketz, Michigan, third; Illinois. and Warne, Northwestern, don, Iowa; Felker, Michigan; tied
second; Root, Chicago, third; Kriss, Brown, Northwestern, fourth; Sin- tied at 13 feet 7 inches; Harper, for first place at 6 feet; Gebbhart,
Ohio State; fourth; Stevenson, delar, Purdue, fifth. Distance 193 Illinois, third , 13 feet 2 inches; Indiana, and Morrison, Ohio State;
Iowa, fifth. Tme-20.5. Ties world's feet, 4 1-8 inches. Chambers 181 Canby, Iowa, and Otterness, Minne- tied for fourth at 5 feet 11.
record held by Locke, Nebraska, feet 6 1-2 inches. sota, fourth, 12 feet 10 inches. New
1926, and breaks Conference recordl Running broad jump-Won by Conference record-old one byVo
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