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yards dash in which three men from each institution took part.
Snodgrass of Dickinson came out first in to seconds through hav
ing stolen on the starter, and Norman and Pollock came in
second and third. Cure and Scholl offset this loss by taking
both places in the shot put, . Cure breaking the State College
record by t J // 1 , inches. State then took second place in both
trial heats of the 120 hurdle race, but Cure tied Muihollan
for first in the final at 17 seconds, breaking our record by 3-5
seconds. State failed to take a place in the high jump, but im
mediately afterwards had a phenomenal succession. of victories,
taking eight firsts without a break. In the broad jump Martin
and Pollock took both places, Martin's distance being 20 ft. 8 / 8 .
in.; in the quarter mile Mott and Gill took first and second in
52 2-5 seconds; in the mile run Miles, the only State man en
tered, defeated. Dickinson's " 4-39 " man in 5 minutes 2 2-5
seconds; Knox and Gill took everything in the half mile, cutting
down the record from 2 minutes 4 3-5 seconds to 2 minutes 4
2-5 seconds; Maxwell entered the 220 hurdle race as State's
. sole competitor and easily took first place in 28 2-5 seconds;
Norman, Pollock and Mott took first, second and third in the
220 yards dash in 23 3-5 seconds, but the referee awarded the
second place to Snodgrass because he had been . fouled by Pol-
lock; Scholl took first in the hammer throw at 107 ft. 11. TA.
in.; Miles entered the two-mile run unassisted by any other
State man and cut his former record down by 29 seconds to
minutes to seconds winning by less than a yard. In the final,
event, the pole vault, State took second, Craver of Dickinson.
taking first at to feet.