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MNDISBELL LEAD RESERVES AND
FRESHMAN IN CROSS COUNTRY MEET
Both Men Make Fast Time, Having
Little Trouble in Distanc-
SECOND STRING MEN MEET
AGGIE RESERVES SATURDAY
Although the Varsity cross country
runners were at Urbana competing
with Ohio State and Illinois in a tri-
angle run, followers of the distance
men were furnished several thrills
here today when the reserves and
freshmen had their trial runs. The
first six men of the reserves to finish
will be taken to East Lansing next
Saturday with the Varsity men. While
the Varsity is racing against the Ag-
gie first team, the reserves will tackle[
the Farmers' second crew.
Arndt was the first of the second
string men to finish, covering the five-
mile course in the splendid time of 27
minutes and 44 seconds, just a minute
under the time made by Furnas, the
Purdue star, last week. Earhart fin-
ished less than a minute behind Arndt,
while Smith tagged the second man by
Isbell, of the freshman squad, again!
had little trouble in leading his men
to the finish line. This man gets bet-
ter every time he runs, cutting his
time every week. Yesterday he cov-
ered the three-mile grind in 15 minutes
and 14 'seconds. Rienke again placed
second about half a minute behind the
former Albion runner. Amstutz, Nich-
olson, McFarland and Speeding were
the other yearlings to finish in the
The final trial for the freshmen will
be held next Saturday and on Nov. 12
the annual freshman run will be held.
The first three men will be awarded:
cups and in addition the first six will
win their numerals.
Arndt, the winner of the reserves'
for more than three miles when Smith
overtook him, and the two ran neck
and neck until the final h'alf mile,
when Earhart pulled away from his
ATTEMPT TO CHARGE $6 FOR
ARMY-NAVY FOOTBALL SEATS
Army and Navy officials have
brought down a burst of protest in
their attempt to charge $6 each for
tickets to the annual game between
the two service academy elevens. Last
year, with the exception of 800 re-
served seats, the general admission
was $3.50, while this year there are
3,000 seats at $6. Officials say that
the increased proceeds wil be divid-
ed, equally between the two .teams,
but football fans in general are indig-
nant over the exorbitant price of ad-
14 seconds. Purchell, Reaich, and ; race, had real competition along the
Kryzminski finished in that order. whole route. He started out at an un- I
These men are the ones who will meet usually fast pace and maintained it for
the Aggie reserves. the entire grind. Earhart trailed him
Monday and Tuesday
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