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YEARLING TRACK TP, TEAMTFM ON WEEKS CARD
Of 424 Who Will Receive
harper (left) and O'Farrell
John J. McGraw, manager of the New York Giants, surprised the baseball
enthusiasts throughout the country recently when he announced the trade of
George Harper (left), for Bob O'Farrell catcher and former manager of the
St. Louis Cardinals.
Both players are well known and are veteran performers, having been at
the game for some time. The motive behind the trade is not known, but it
seems certain that neither club wil 1 suffer greatly from the exchange.
(13y Associated Press) f forimidably in point tallying prospects
NEW YORK.-The .vest's big chal- as Stanford's outfit.
lenge to the cast in college athletics MarvaId, Yale, Cornell, Princeton,
gathers full headway this week. Penn State, Syracuse, Holy Cross,
Stanford's sped and brawn, out to Pennsylvania, Columbia, and New
win the castern intercollegiate track York University have an assorted
Following a successful outdoor track
season, brought to a close by the
telegraphic meet with Illinois on Sat-
urday, Coach Charles Hoyt yesterday
announced the names of forty-two
freshmen who will be awarded num-
erals. The list this year is larger
thin the 1927 list when only thirty-
six were granted the award.
The yearling squad has made ry very
creditable showing this spring, Three
telegraphic meets with Ohio State,
Minnesota and Illinois were held with
the Wolverine first year men romping
home with a victory in each one.
Much potential vorsity material is
contained within the ranks of the
freshmen, according to Mr. Hoyt, with
most of the prospects listed in the
dashes and longer runs.
Tolan, an interscholastic champion,
Murray and Smith have all shown up
well in the 100-yard dash. Tolan has
also run in the 220-yard lash and has
done equally well there. In the longer
sprints, Cook has made good time'~in
the 440-yard run with Benson, Muel-
ler and Bazley turning in good work
in the half mile. Bazley has also been
dunning the mile.
Theprospects in the weight events
are not so encouraging. A lack of pole
vaulters, discus men, shot putters and
javelin tossers has handicapped the
yearling team in all the meets. Mar-
shall, to shot putter, is the best of the
first year men in this department.
The names of the numeral winners
are as follows: Austin, Andreae, Bak-
er, Barron, Bazley, Benson, Brubaker,
Brooks, Cody, Colby, Cook, Cooper,
Dougal, D'Anna, Dougherty, Decker,
Eastwood, Feustal, Flood, Feldman,
Groehn, Gingrich, Hulsman, Huggett,
Hayes, Harrell, Holton, Lounsberry,
Metz, Mueller, Morton, Marshall, Mur-
ray, Pottle, Potter, Russell, 7olaI,
Turner, Simith, Smyth, and Veech.
A picture of the entire squad will
be taken on Wednesday afternoon. All
members of the team are requested to
appear at five o'clock on that after-
noon at the field house in uniform.
SALEM, O., May 20.-Lowell Allen,
of Salem, was believed to have estab-
lished a new world interscholastic
record for the pole vault when he
seared 13 feet 1 1-4 inches yesterday.
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