Jack Crane and Joe Orchard
The Montpelier Examiner, May 28, 1936
Joe Orchard and Jack Crane are the first two Montpelier athletes to have their names placed on the permanent intramural trophy as winners of the all school pentathlon.
Orchard, senior out of a possible 5000 points
made 3795 and Crane 3561. A close third was Carlton who on account of
injury was unable to account for his best marks with 3317.
The Montpelier Examiner, February 17, 1938
Last week in the semi-finals of the boxing intramurals at the BYU in Provo, Jack Crane of Bennington, a freshman this year, staged an exciting battle against the junior AAU champion of last year, Russell Wolz.
The 160 lb. class was the most hotly contested weight in the tourney. Crane, who was not in condition, seemed to be not given the decision because the championship reputation of last year, not however until Crane staged one of the gamest fights of the evening. The crowd was well over 500 and proved to be pulling for the Idaho boxer.
The following evening when the champ met Stutz of Canada, he was not up to par after his bout with Crane. He lost to Stutz after the bout by a close decision.