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Y, MAY 2, 1937



Team Proves
Too Versatile
For Hoosiers
Indiana Distance Quartet
Performs As Expected;
Watson Wins Four
(Continued from Page ._
ceeded to .shatter John Townsend's
dual meet record and all the other
records in the book with the excep-
tion of the world standard as ho
hurled the 16 pound ball 51 feet ;
Breaks Record
Thus encouraged. Watson hurled
the discus 152 feet 2 inches to break
the Michigan dual meet record estab-
lished by "Skip" Etchells last season
and win the event. Watson then
turned his attention to the jumps
both broad and high, 23 feet 6 inches
and 5 feet 11% inches got him 10
more points to wind up a highly suc-
cessful afternoon for the big boy.
Sammie Stoller steamed up the
track to win easily over Indiana's Bob
Collier in the century. Slow track
and a six. mile wind combined to cut
Stoker's time of 9.9 which was ample,
however, for his purpose. Stoller also
covered 23 feet 2 inches in the broad
jump to take second place.
Hurdles Easy For Osgood
The hurdle events were a light
workout for Capt. Bob Osgood who
breezed over the high sticks in 14.7
an took the 220 lows in 23.9. Bob
Neely of Indiana finished second in
the highs while Steve Mason brought
in ,another three points for the Wol-
verines with a close second in the
low event.
Stan Birleson turned in one of the
outstanding performances of the meet
as he took the 440 going away from
Malcolm Hicks of Indiana. Birleson
negotiated the distance in 48.5. The
Britishers big moment in the spot
light came when he snatched the ba-
ton from Chuck -Miller and put on a
desperate last quarter drive in an'
effort to reclaim the one-mile relay
for the Wolverine forces.
Mile run: Won by Lash (I.); sec-:
ond, Smith (I.); third, Harold Da-1
vidson (M.). Time, 4:17,
440-yard dash: Won by Birleson
(M.); secQnd, Hicks (I.); third Millerj
(M.): Time, :48.5.
100-yard dash: Won by Stoller1
(M.); second, Collier (I.); third,
Smith (M.). Time, :09.9.
120-yard high hurdles: Won by
Osgood, (M.); second, Neely (L);
third, Martens (M.). Time, :14.7.
880-yard run: Won by Trutt (I.);
second, Starr (M.); third, Howard
Davison (M.). Time, 1:54.
220-yard run: Won by Collier (I.);
second, Elliott (I.); third, Smith
(M.). Time: :22.1.
Two-mile run: Won by Lash (I.);
second, Smith(I.); third, Deckard
(L). Time, 9:18 (Breaks old Ferry
Field Record, 9:23.1 by Lash, 1935.
Also betters Conference Record,
9:19.9 by Lash, 1936).
220-yard low hurdles: Won by Os-
good (M.); second, Mason m (M.) ;
third, Neely (I.). Time, :23.9,.
Mile relay: Won by Indiana (Mil-
ler, Hicks, Marker and Trutt). Time,
Shot put: Won by Watson (M.),
second, Townsend (1%.); third, Wise
(I.). Distance, 51 feet % inch.
(Breaks Ferry Field Record, 50 feet
3% inches . by Dave Cook, Illinois,
1934. Breaks Michigan record 50

feet 9 inches by Watson 1937. Bet-
ters Conference Record 49 feet 11
inches, by Chin Kamm, Illinois 1934).
Discus throw: Won by Watson
(M.) ; second, Townsend (M.) ; third
Logue (I.). Distance, 152 feet 2 inch.
Pole vault: Won by Hunn (M.) ;
second Morgan (M.); third, Kingsley
(M.). Height, 13 feet.
Javelin throw: Won by Martin
(M.) ; second, Stanton (M.) ; third,
Osberg (M.). Distance, 182 feet 1
High jump: Won by Watson (M.);
second, Baldwin (IL); third, FrieW-
enberg (M.).nHeight 5 feetr11'
Broad jump: Won by Watson (M.);
second, Stoller (M.) ; third, Smith
(M.). Distance, 23 feet 6 inches.

Iraeksters Overpower Game Indiana Squad,



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Bill Watson, the big Varsity field
events star who paced the track
team to a one-sided victory over
Ohio State yesterday. Bill made a
clean sweep by getting firsts in
each of the four events he entered,
which gave him a total of twenty
points. He also heaved the shot 50
feet a inch, to set a new Ferry Field
record in the event.
Entries For Indianapolis
Speed Classic Reach 51
tries for this year's 500 mile motor
speedway race hit 51 tonight as the
time for mailing entry blanks ex-
The number of entries indicated a
bitter fight for places in the starting
lineup on May 31.
One of the cars entered today was
the one which Louis Meyer of Hunt-
ington Park, Calif., drove to victory
last year. Meyer already has signed
to drive another speedster-

of the Buckeyes. Emery's 82 was
the highest he has shot this year on
the University course. Carl had an
The morning foursome play saw
Michigan evidently starting out with
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