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Page 99 text:
Vought and 'Tliomas tinish neck and neck in rlrltt, Al Mishne wins century in Galileo meet.
Burn Kezcir Track
two events gave Lincoln a shot-in-the arm, to the size
of eight points. Hard-working Chuck Leonhardt, sen-
sational sophomore discus and shot man had his efforts
pay off when he qualified for the discus finals.
Triple winner Dale Martin, perhaps the finest all-
around track man ever seen at lincoln, took thirds in
the pole-vault, l2tl yard high hurdles, ami 220 low
hurdles, to turn in nine well-earned points. Martin
was instrumental in the Links' third place victory, as
he finished out his last year on the lklustang squad with
a hlaze o' glory.
Russ Stolh, a newcomer to the link team, placed a
fourth in the hroad jump with a leap of 20 feet W2
inches. The promising Stolfi is also a memher of the
relay team, and a track man who can turn in good per-
formances in all track and field events.
Bill Hammond, unlimited high jumper, didnt
garner any points for the squad, hut did qualify for the
linals and take a sixth place in competition that was
jumping six feet and over.
ln the final event of the day for the Mustang cinder-
trotters, the relay team of Mishne, Vought, Weston,
Stolli and McKinley, placed third in a last 1320-yard
,rl great deal of credit ought to he given to Coaches
Morena and Kauer, who trained the fellows for the
Dale Martin takes the 220 lows.
McKinley hnishcs hrst for relay squad,
Page 98 text:
lil r-ore: tfollrnan. Stolli, tieeler, Martin, Weston, Levinson, Tlrornas, llall, Vouglrt, tloaeh lstorena, .?url rvrr.' lticlrards, ltlcKinley,
tilarlre, Roth, Land, Sullivan, ltoherts, Detwiler, Hayden. ,lol rare: lllctfarty, lirarnlow, hlerliel, Sarnlslrorn, W ilke, lliagrrri, Stern,
Broun, Loustau. -lib rare: Geiger, liletclier, Leonhardt, layne, llarnstead, rlhralrarrr. liranlrlin, llollnran, lliillrant, tfanllon.
With a well earned 28 points, Lincoln's varsity
cinderrnen wallred off with third place All-City in the
Spring '47 season. Although the unlimitecls qualified
men for every event except llre ddtl, no Link finished
a lirst in the linals.
Leading the Mustangs were Dale Martin and ltich
Abrahanr, who together accounted for 17 of the Lin-
coln points. Martin placed third in three events, and
Abe second in rwo held events.
Starting olf the day with the grueling rnile, Linc0ln's
favored jirn Colfnian dropped to second behind jones
of Mission, anuexing four points forthe team. Colf-
rnan, one of the best mi
,ers ever to run for the Linlr
lightclails turned in a continuously line performance
during the season, lrighr,iglrtetl hy his win over the
California junior Varsity
Second Varsity event of the day saw johnny Weston
talre a sixth place in the c
high junior speedster, w
errtury-rrriglityygood for the
-ro placed a line lifth in the
220 sprint. johnny is a top-notch contender in any
traclcsters book and stands to irnprove greatly next
ln the discus throw, Bernard of Waslrington won
over Lincoln's Abraham, although Abe heaved the
discus lilo feet I0 inches to place second, as he did in
the shotput, with a heave of 50 feet M inclres. Those
Toll: Dale lvlartin, vaulter and hurdler, clears ll feet. Borrow left:
john Westony top varsity daslnnan, wins the century. Bottom right:
l'lalt-rrnler hlrlre Levinson wins agani.
Page 100 text:
150 TRAflK TEAM
Ir: row: Martin, Fox, Erfart, Symonds. Urban, Molinari, DeLorimer,
Church. ffllrf ram' Sommer. Kolb, Walti, Rando, Hnnherg, Sweeney,
1-loffman, Coach lxauer. ,inf rare: Class, Thomas, Stevennt, Schrlder,
Levis, Lawton, Fredericks, Pnlster, Alnlrnsuri.
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120 TRACK TEAM
lit I'U1l1.' Kellng, Hngoen, Keep, Passeri, Cable, Nnwack, Phillips,
Velarde. Qui! rare: floach Kauer, Tinges, Lindner, Gray, Walker,
Reuehout, Banks, Kratter.
Track Colts Caper
Lincoln lightweight track men took a third place in
the 120's fora tie for fifth in the 150's in the A.A.A.
All-City track meet, to end the 1947 Cinder season.
The "Cinder Colts" of the 120's lost only two dual
meets and amassed ten and one-half points in the All-
City to place third behind Lowell and Galileo. jack
I-loquen, veteran lightweight high jumper, tied for a
second in the twenties high jump, jumping only one
inch lower than Thompson of Mission who copped a
first. Even though he did not win, the 5 foot 4 inch
Hoquen broke the city record with his jump of 5 feet
8M inches. Another 120 pointgetrer was Louie Passeri,
sophomore newcomer who placec a fifth in the record-
3 I A B
breaking century-quite an accomplishment for Lou
in his first year on the Link tract team. Bob Velardi,
another newcomer to the ranks of Mustang tracksters,
placed fourth in the 1211's hroadjump, with a leap of
1.9 feet 3 inches, aiding greatly in the twenty's third
In the l20's 880-yard relay, l-locjuen, Passeri, Vel-
ardi, and sophomore Art Molinari placed second
behind Lowell's quartet.
Kauer-Kids Doug Church, Larry Schulder and Bill
Walti placed in the hurdles, 880, and high jump,
respectively, with Church's third place in the 110 lows
being outstanding for the track newcomer.
'l'v1r.' Mainstays of the 120's, Huguen, high jumperg Molinari, 2203
Velardi, broad jumpg Passeri, 100. Itfnrani: Leading 30's paint-getter
Bill Walti clears 5'8".
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