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ALL-UNIVERSITY BOXING Bnxiiif: Si|iiM.I. r rein I H,m : U, , ] n,u-. l l.u-l.T. .,m Herli R.,j;.T . Mi.l.lle Ro» : Clifford S III i I h a n d Art Strom. Bark Row: Andy Wik. iL.-f|i ; Our of ill,. f,.» mo- lliflitf- thai St roiii had lii;; Dmitri harking up. I Ri ht i : Moh Smith -lop one of oll- i.i.-r " » IhuU hl(.u . Tiir.-r (■iiiiiii|.iiiii Micosliilh (l( r.iiilcil ill, ir lilies and four new cliain]).s were crowned in llic thrill- and spill-iiackcd ly 43 All-University boxin r finals. Three of the fijihts ended in TKO ' s. with at least one knock- down in each of the seven title houls. Dmitri Tadich easily defended hi- liia weif:lil title with a third round TKO over fiaiiie Imt liadl out- classed Art Strom. Bol) Smith and (icne Wallers eonliinied lo rei n supreme in the l.S. ' )- and I ' . ' i-pound clas,ses, res))ec- lively. Smith TKOM Neil ..llmer in ihe third round, and W alters ed " ed out l)a e W alker in a close decision. l5ol) I ' ayne provided the onl ups.t of the ev.iiinn. decisively sloppin;; lioli .joliiison. defending; 127- pound lillisl. Ilcrl) Kogers. 12()-pounder. started the nif;lit off with firi ' works when lie hlil .kreif;ed Norm Handlin hv a ri ( I ill the second. l Luster and ndy Wik took top lioiioi- in llieir dixisioiis with clear cut decisions over I l. " )-p( under ,|a , ' lone and I (i. ' i-poiinder Norm Nelson, respect i cK . (Miff Smith «as declared 13i)-pound champ when his opponent. I ' aiil Hicliardson. was confined to the lidiriiiarx and iiiialde lo appear.
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VOLLEYBALL V olleyball Squad. Front Row: Norton whaler. Maver Baron. Jack Graham. Mark Minn, and Howaril (.old. Ha( k Ko« : Managt-r An Weaver. Stanley Mott-Smith, Bob Schoning. Kenny Thorson, Tom Wetzel. Walter Kirkness, Ralph Lars.iii. Jidni Lichteiiu alner. Peter Halgren, and Coach Reeves. P]ayin i under ihcir third successive coach in three seasons, the Hiiskv vollcyhallers made another creditahlc showinp this year, phtciiif; third and fifth in the Seattle League and tliird ill tlie all-citv roimd-rohin tournament. I Head-man for the 1943 season was curly-haire l. likeable ! ' Spence Reeves, versatile handy-andy of the University ' s physi- ' ' cal education department. Reeves succeeded Len Faurot. last year ' s coach, who in turn iiad rephiced Norm Kunde. founder of Vi ashin ' ton ' s voileyhall varsities. Hotli Faurot and Kiimle are on active duty with the Navy. On ham! to fireet the new coach at the start of the season were seven lettermen, two frosh holdovers and four proniisiiifi newcomers. With such an imposing array of talent availahle. |l Reeves divided his squad into two e(|nally-i)alan ' ed teams ami entered them in Seattle League coni|)el ilion. But the two Huskv s([uads were iinaide to eoinhal tlie supe- 2:!1 rior experience and teamwork of tiie downtown Washington . thletic Cluh and YMCA teams. WAC won the league title, while the YMCA copped the round-robin tourney held at the Pavilion in March. Of the Washington teams, the Purple line-up. paced by the brilliant spiking of Bob Strong, frosh recruit frcun the MC.4, and veteran Kenny Thorson. and the steady |)assing of Pete Halgren and John Liehtenwalner. finished third in league play. The Gold team, sparked by Captain Mark Muin, Ralph Larson and W alt Kirkness. wound ii|) in fifth place. The com- bined Husky varsity captured third [ilace in the all-city. C.aplain Muin anil Kirkness completed four years of play and becaine llie third anil finirlh three-year lettermen in vol- ii l)all history. Strong was the first frosh ever to win a varsity letter. Other letter winners were Thorson. Halgren. Liehten- walner. Larson. Howard (iolil, Stan Motf-Smith. Bob Schon- ing. .lack (rrahani. and .|err etzcl.
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FENCING Lack of ooiiiiietitioii anil traiisporlaliou difficulties part ' d tilt ' 1913 X ashington foiioiiip schetliile down to a sinjile match — that which the Huskies dropped U-1 to ashiniiton State College at Pullman. Gordon Windsor was the oidy Husky ahle to win a point from the more experienced Cougars. ( )regon State and Idaho didn ' t compete last season. and the Oregon matcii was called off due to transporta- tion exigencies. Coach Augie A u ren liei nier was greeted with hul three men at the l . ginning of the season — Bill Lewis, letterman. indsor. and A. Lennart Lundherg. a freshman. All three received minor " W " awards. R I F L E R y With the mailing system relaying the final outcome of each match Washington ' s varsity rifle team shot through a rather successful season this year. Manager Bill Runciman led the Huskies to three vic- tories against two defeats and seventh place in national competition. The Huskies opened against Stanford in a five-man contest, winning 1852-1719. In their next encounter the Huskies howed to a strong University of Arizona squad 3642-3617. Then the Purple and Gold added an- other niche to their rifles with a 1373-1322 victory over Pittshurgh. The Huskies also defeated Carnegie Tech but lost to Oregon State in a three-wav match. Vt ashington placed seventh in llie Ninth Service Command meet with top honors going lo Oregon Stale. The Huskies entered A and B team. Hnnciman headed the A group which was composed of (tiffin. Ken (iraves. PJdwin Frazer, and Gordon Rasnuissen. Ihc B squall nicrnlier- were: Bill Baker, (i. ( " rosser. and K. Broun. The target shooters dosed the season li placing seventh in the National KOIX] match for the W illiani Randolph Hearst trophy. The teams fired from pr »ne. sitting, kneeling, and standing positions with five rec- ord shots required for eaih target. All matches throughout the season were shot off regulation targets during the week and mailed to op- ponents over the weekend. Besides the ahovi ' mentioned riflers. minor " W " winners re: David Barclay. Charles Howe, Richard Price, James Schader, Robert Smith, and James Mc- Donough. Washington ' s chaj)ter of Scabbard and Blade, hon- orary composed of advanced Army and Navv ROTC students, recently won lli " 1913 national marksman- ship championship cDriipeling i U i r otlu r Scabbard and Blade chaplers. riie Purple and (ndd cliaplei-. cDacbcd by l.ieuten- anl Feller and Cadel-Major Keith Oles, Rifle Match M ' f iter. |)ile(l up 1836 points as a five-man team. Out of a possible s.ore of 100 W asbinglon riflers shot the following: Bill Runciman, C.A.C., 380; David Barclay. Navy. 37ri: Richard Price. Navy, 372; Alfred Harvey. Infatilr . 3( 2: and Dixon Livingstone. Infan- trv, 347.
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