Jim and Leroy Baker Track Meet

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Jim and Leroy Baker Track Meet  - Houghton, Marquette And Lake Linden The Sites...
Houghton, Marquette And Lake Linden The Sites Of Competition With three cities — Houghton. Marquette and Lak* Linden —as hosts, the sprini sports pageant for Lpper Peninsula high schools will near a climax today, with the annual P. P Relays In Escanaba on Memorial Day. next Friday, actually ringing down the curtHin. The P. P. interscholastic track and field finals for all class high schools will be held at Houghton today, starting at 10 o’clock. U. P. high school golfers, all classes, will stage their annual tournament at Marquette today. Lake Linden Is the scene of the Class B Interscholastic tennis tournament for the IT. P. now under way. (The C-D class tennis tournament was held at Crystal Falls vesterday— St. Joe of E^cn- ! nahB missing the meet because of I* TT,lx,,Ti ** to ,ho (1n,p- ?t- Joe i players being under the impre«- j *sion thst the tournament was to be held today). Both Escanaba high and St Joe are entered in the golf tournament at Marquette and the Houghton track meet. List of Athlete»' The list of local athletes slated for participation in the track, golf and tennis meets: Rvnnfllin, track: Captain Boh fruig, Clarence GrubowHki, Stuart Peterson, Bob Rufresne, George Shomln. Bill Baum. Al Kid<1, Len Chouluard, Charlie Sherlock. Arne Erickson. Bob Stephens. Ronahl Rouse, Bobby Pfotenbauer. Bill Stoll. Dick Bli«s, Edwin Skipper. Escanaba, golf: lK»n Feller. Bob Sjoberg. Jerry Anderwon and Wendell Wendell Green. Escanaba, tennis: “Chuck” llar- rey. Bill Frederick non. Bill Howe, Norman Kincaid and Don Xschin- 260 In Mect With lionwood the defondlnc Champion, am! Escansha, lft4»* runner-up. fa\orltes in Class B eompetltlon. snme 260 runners. hurdlers. vaulter«. Jumpers and wrlght men of Clause* R. C and D-E will take pnrt in the 1?. P track and ti'id final* at Houghton The lft 40 u-Innern and rnnner«-up In other classos were; L’Anse, wln- ner, «nd St, Joseph'* (Escanaha), runner-up, Cla*s C; and Rock, winner. and Channing. runner-up. Class D-E. Rock, Hermansvllle, Channing and Alpha sre favored contenders In Class D E todny. Class C (wlth St, Jo*- out of the tenm title p|c- ture, with onlv three of lt« «even quallflers competlng) hns Stephenson. Stephenson. L'Anse, Eben and Newberry smong the favorltes 4, ger. St. Joe. track: l<ero> Baker. .lin» Baker, John Goloback. St. .I«*e, golf: Fred Him. Don St. Cyr, Francis Villeneuve, Pat Hayes and Norbert Gulndon. ISHPFMIVG DEI ENDS TIT! F Marquette. May 2S—lshpeming hiph school will defend Its f’pper penln«uls Clnso B coif championship championship Saturday at Marquette with only one member of the 1<>40 team participating Robert Silas, Clyde Pohlman. William Kmidsen ;md Ravmond Carlson make up the lshpeming squad, they having survived the final tryouts last week. Silas is the only member of the team which copped th« Peninsula title last vear at Crystal Falls The tournament at Marquette starts at 12:30. forty - om T entriks Lake Linden, May 23 Nineteen singles competitors and 22 doubles combinations were entered In the Ppper Peninsula high school Cla^s B tennis tournament. Marquette's Graveraet is defending defending the doubles crown won la*t year by Frank Fre| and Dave Drury. Frel Vs pairing with Dale Rank this \ear. Drury havlnn graduated to a place on the Northern Northern College of Education squad. at

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  1. The Escanaba Daily Press,
  2. 24 May 1941, Sat,
  3. Page 12

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