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TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1932 T1HE M lC IT-C

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Big Red Strength Concentrated
in Mile, Two-Mile, and
Shot Put Events.
Balanced strength with some
superb pertormers in the distance
and shot put events is the story of
the Cornell track team that Mich-
igan will be called upon to face
Saturday night in the Ithaca Drill
Hall.
The Big Reds have some of the
outstanding stars in the East in the
mie and shot-putting events. And
what is more, they are trained to
the minute since they have been
forced to meet some of the classiest
men in the country in early season
meets.
Mangan, Ranney Dangerous.
In the I. C. 4-A. games, Joe
Mangan ran the mile in 4:17 and
failed to place. Al Ranney, in this
same meet, covered the two-mile in
9:19 and could get only a third.
Capt. Otto Schoenfeld is perhaps
the most brilliant individual on the
Cornell team. He holds the East-
ern record for the shot put, having
a toss of 48 feet, 8 inches to his
credit. In one other meet he heav-
ed the metal pellet 49 feet, 4 inches.
Close Meet Forecast.
When figuring Michigan's
chances against the Big Reds it is
hardly possible to figure on many
points in these events. However,
several good battles are in progress
for points in the other events.
Renwick and Hardy should have
a great fight for supremacy in the
dash. In the I. C. 4-A. meet, Hardy
set a mark of 7 1-5 seconds for the
70 yard dash to turn in the best
qualifying time. However, he slip-
ped up in the finals and had to be
content with fourth place.
Humphrey Has Chance.-
Humphrey might be able to give
Belloff a good battle in Ahe pole-
vault, but this is doubtful, since the
Ithacan is capable of doing close to1
13 feet when in form.
The closest battles are expected
to materialize in the half-mile,
high jump, and high hurdles.
All-Campus Grappler
Tournament to Begin

track team nosed out the woLvc-
ine frosh in a track meet last Sat-
urday, 53-51. This is the only cluai
meet that the Michigan frosh l !.Y ...*....r..
this season. Willis Ward, formir
Detroit Northwestern high school
star, was the high point scorer
with seventeen points.
According to Coach Ken DoheNry
the boys in the distance cvents
showed the most improvminont.
George Servis came within three-
tenths of a second of breaking the
field house record for the two mile
run, and Archie McMillan turned
in a fine time in the mile run, four
minutes and thirty-five seconds.
D4UTHIT,
The Summary.
60-yard run: Portman ), first; Former St. Louis Cardinal out-
Barth (I) second; McKeown (M) fIekler who ilt begin his secod
third. Time :06.3. pawrolith the Cncient Rs,
65-yard high hurdles: Ward (M),paolling the centerfield position.
Pantlind (M), tie for first; Wier- LONG
engo (M), third. Time :08.5 NINE H JLaONG
65-yard low hurdles: Ward (1), DRILL IN BATTING
first; Pantlind (M), second; Malm- _
berg (I), third. Time :07.5. While snow flurries removed fur-
440 yard run: Kennicott (I), then away the day on which the
Barth (I), tie for first; Lackey (M),
third. :52.8. first outside practice can be held,
880 yard run: Baughman (I), more than 30 baseball candidates
first; Capoot (I), second; Wacker went through a lengthy batting and
(M), third. 2:01.8. fielding drill in Yost Field house
Mile run: McMillan (M), first; yesterday. V
Servis (M), second; Jones (I), Pitching aspirants were given a
third. 4:35. stiff workout under the watchful
Two mile run: Carruthers (I), eye of Coach Ray Fisher, the po-
first; Dufresne (I), second; Servis tential hurlers throwing them up to
(M), third. 9:58.2. the Woverine sluggers with full
High, Jump: Ward (M7, irst; '3te"n. As the hurlers began to get
Thomas (I), second; Kerns (I), warmed to their task, the hitters
third. 6 feet, 3 3 -4 inches. found it increasingly difficult to
Broad Jump: McKeown (M) solve the delivery.
first; Reynolds (M), second; Wend-
land (M), third. 22 feet, 1-2 inch.
Pole Vault: Seely (I), first; Jen- FOOTBALL PRACTICE.
nette (M), second; Stein and Dvi Foeb2al Practice will be held
(M), third. 12 feet. 6 inches. a l d',1 toight in the Field
Shot Put: Cummings (I), fij-s : ; ue at 8:D.
Ward (M), second; Koeh k Y (M) h arry Kipke.
third. 42 feet, 1 1-2 7nF hes
G] wyT N { ] - - -

Johnny Schmieler, star swimmer
If the Michigan team, who is ex-
)ected to carry the Wolverine bur-
den of point scoring in the Nation-
A1 Meet.
WROLVES WIN STATE
WRESTLING 'ICROWN
Dougovito, Thomas, and Mosier
Take Individual Titles
in A.A.U. Meet.

Michigan's wrestling team, enter-
ng the Michigan A. A. U. cham-
)ionships for the first time, won
'he Charles H. Brennan trophy last
veek-end in Detroit. The Mich-1
gan grapplers scored 27 points to
:efeat the Michigan State team,
which annexed 21 scores, to finish
in the runner-up position.
Three members of the Wolverine
Varsity won individual titles while
one member of the freshman team,
and one former Maize and Blue
wrestler were also numbered among
the first place winners.
Captain Carl Dougovito led the
parade of the winning Wolves. He
defeated Lepard of the Spartan
team in the 175 lb. event. Art
Mosier and Blair Thomas also took
individual honors, the former in
the 155 lb. match, when he defeat-
ed Ed Wilson, another Michigan
wrestler. Thomas won the 135 lb.
event, trouncing Freedman, a Maize
-nd Blue Varsity reserve. In his
march to the top of his class
Thomas also defeated Fiero, of Ann
Arbor High, winner of the title in
1931.
Five former titleholders were en-
tered but only one, Reavely of
Michigan State was able to repeat.
He won the heavyweight battle,
whipping Cliff Stoddard, of the
Wloverine grapplers. Landrum, an-
other Wolf defeated Austin of M.
S. C. in the 118 lb. class, only to
fall later.

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All Campus Wrestling Prelim-
inaries begin today at 4:00 P.M.;
the finals are to be held at Intra-
mural Open House Wednesday
night.
Every male student on the cam-
pus with the exception of letter
winners in wrestling and members
of the varsity squad are eligible to
enter the meet. Bouts will be stag-
ed in eight divisions, 118 lbs., 126
lbs., 135 lbs., 145 lbs., 155 lbs., 165
lbs., 175 lbs., and unlimited. Three
pounds overweight will be allowed
in each division.
Members of the Varsity wrestling
squad will act as referees at the
preliminaries this afternoon.
NOTICE
All those interested in trying
out for football manager will
please report at the Yost Field
House tonight at 8 o'clock.
Louis Colombo, Manager.

BOXING TOURNEY
Tickets for the AR-Campus
Boxing Finals, to be held this
Thursday Night, are now on sale
at Moe's and on the campus.
Earl Riskey, Mgr.

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