Regional HS Track Meet - Jim Baker Leroy Baker

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Regional HS Track Meet - Jim Baker Leroy Baker - SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1041 Regional Scores Of...
SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1041 Regional Scores Of Athletes From 14 Schools To Battle For Laurels Escanaba high school stadium < Bill Baum. Kenny Anderson. Boh will be the scene of the annual i McKle; high hurdle«, Baum. high school track and field meet for the 11th Michigan district this afternoon, starting at 12:30 o'clock, with 14 schools of Clas« B, C and D-E battling for regional regional or district honors of their classes. Handsome awards will pass into into the possession of teams which pile up the greatest number of points in the three classes, while medals will be awarded for first, second and third places in each event for each class. And — even more Important—from one to three athletes in each event for each class will qualify for the I'. P. track finals at Houghton next Saturday. Ready To Go Edward Edick, Escanaba high school principal and meet manager, manager, yesterday reported everything everything in readinepp for the competition competition which will attract several several hundred young runners, jumpers, vaulters, hurdlers and weight men to this city. The quar- ter-mlle track has received a new sprinkling of cinders, the hurdles painted, the Jumping lane* packed packed to provide a firm footing, Shomln; 100-yard and 220-yard dashen, Stuart Peterson, Bob Du- frejne, Phil Stein and Freddie fhapekis: 4 40-vard dash, Clarence Clarence Grabowskt, Bob Craig. Donnie Donnie Pfotenhaucr; sso vard run, Len Chouinard, All Kidd. Dan Hirn; mile run, Charlie Sherlock. Arne Erickson. Halph DeGrand, Jim Burdick; 880-yard relay, Peterson. Peterson. Dufresne. Graig, Grabowski; Grabowski; shot put: Bob Pfotenhauer Peterson. Nell Bartley: broad jump, Shomln. P. Stein, Dufresne. Ed Breault; high Jump, Ronald Rouse, Bob Stephens. Ed Gauthier. Gauthier. Shomln; pole vault. Bill Stoll, Edwin Skipper, Dick Bliss, Klngs- ley Johnson. For the purpose of dctermln- inn winners of the meets, points for first, second and third place* will be on a B-3*l h«».!*». However, the number of boy* to > 11 i a I i t> for the finals at Houghton Houghton is dependent upon the number number of competitor* in the event# in question. St. Joe’s Team St. Joseph's entries, announced hv Coach Carl Kant: 110-yard dash. Joe Young. John f^nc«js erected and the stadium i Goloback. Leroy Baker; 220-yard a ' i 1 1 - 1 1 ____J__ Ï ____1 J * « t - _ IV I } U . n » /I I itti field otherwise placed In pood condition for the meet. The weather man holds the success of the track and field battle In his hands today. The regional meet marks the F.scanaha stadium’s first real track meet in approximately five years, exclusive of the annual annual I*. P. Relays which arc not complete track ami field meet a. Edick la*>t nluht announced that all officials were requested to report to their stations at the stadium not later than 12:15 this afternoon. F>k.vinos Favorite« Escanaba hiph enters the Class B competition as a heavy favorite. favorite. for the team coached by Jim Rouman, Henry Wylie and Dick Schram ran off with the Manls- tique Invitational and a “mall or- ler” meet In its early season and was a runnerup to Ironwood for the Class B peninsula title at Houghton last year. St. Joseph of Escanaba, runner-up for I*. P. Class C honors last year, and Stephenson Stephenson are» expected to waee a close battle for Class honors here dash, Young, Feldhausen and Jim Baker: 4 40-yard dash. John Rogers. Rogers. Elmer Bonlfas, Mileski, 880- yard run. Crnich, Moras. Vanler- berphe; mile run. Kltip, VanEn- kevort, Breault, Farrell; relay. Younp. J. Baker. Goloback and Feldhausen; broad jump; hieh Jump, Hirn, Goloback. L. Marenger; Marenger; Kleinian; shot put, L. Baker. J Knauf, Stacy, Clinton Marencer; pole vault, Younp. J. Baker. Klug, Nolden: hiph hurdles, Don Heric. Hirn. Feldhausen, C. Marenger; low lwrdles, J. Baker, Goloback, L. Baker, C. Marenger. Other regional meets slated today today are at Marquette, Ironwood and Houehton. The annual assault on Mlchi- pan interscholastic track records will be undertaken by 5.000 schoolboy athletes In repional competition at 14 sites in the lower lower and upper peninsulas. sec! ! j ' Pitchers Refute Claim Oí Manager

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  1. The Escanaba Daily Press,
  2. 17 May 1941, Sat,
  3. Page 12

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