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to 38 Wl i MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY COPS MINOR SPORTS MEET BOZEMAN, March 13,—(XP)—Montana State University, with a point otal of 05 in three divisions, swimming, wrestling and boxing, today won :he championship here of the annual Montana Intercollegiate minor sports tournament. Montana State was second with 77 points and Montana Montana Mines won third with 21 points. Winners in the boxing events were Mann, Shlnn.'nnd Ollvera of M. S. C., with decisions and Schwartz with a technical knockout, and Clark of the university with a decision. decision. Montana State's total in this event was 14, and that of the university university was three. In the wrestling matciies, Tokerud and Overturf of M. S. C. each won falls white Westmau and Lewis of the university won decisions and Yates and Kennedy, also of the university, university, won falls. The university allied 16 points to Montana State's 10 in wrestling, Montana State University tallied 66 points in the swimming contest, M. S. C. made 53 and Mines 21. Winners in the swimming events were: 100-yard free style—Holt (U), Rouse (U), Roberts (MSCJ, Donaldson Donaldson (MSC). Harrison and Howell <MInes>. Time—1:05.1. 100 - yard brest stroke —Chech ester (U>, Schaeffer (MSC), McBane (MSC), Howell and Blankenhorn (Mines). Time—20.8. 100-yard backstroke— Burgess (D), Forsyth (MSC), Hurtle Hurtle (MSC). Ingram (U), Waldrlff IM). Time—3:03. Medley relay— MSC. University, J.flnes. Time 2:06.1. Diving—Hughes (U), 217.9 points; Barnes (Mines), Roberts (MSC), Shaw (U), McBane (MSC). EASE BLOW AT BOWL GAMES ATLANTA, Ga., March 13.—(/!>)— Governor E. D. Elvers today signed — "with pleasure" — a resolution adopted by the Georgia leglslatur condemning as "discriminatory" i new Southeastern conference ru] 'orbidding members to play In anj "bowl" game except the "Hose bowl and 'Sugar bowl" events. Introduction of the resolution In the Georgia legislature brought I light plans lor a New Year's day game here featuring Georgia Georgia Tech against nn outstand ing opponent. Milton Flewwellen, brilliant young Quarter mile star, has quit Syracuse Syracuse university to go to work. Manners Man Is Inaugural Winner SAN FRANCISCO, March 13.— f/F Manners Man, owned by Davl Butler of Hollywood, Cal., won th Inaugural handicap at Tanforai race track today in a driving finis before a crowd of 15,000 spectators. Cloud d'Or was a head back o the winner and Eoxthorn, the favo rite, was third. The time was 1:13 2-5 for the nbc furlong rate over a muddy trac and the $2 "tote" tickets paid $3.2C