TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1930
'A "A, -H I G'A N D'A I L Y
TH~ ICHIAN DILY AO!~117E
IN YEARLING NINE
Penn and Drake Relay -Contestants Tie
by Comparisons of Marks Set by Each
Section at Meets Held Last Saturday
t'reshmnan Squad of Seventy to
be Reduced to Thirty
by Final Cut.
GAMES TO BEGIN SOON
Out of a squad of over 70 can-
elidates who responded to the call
for freshman baseball around 30
will make up the team when the
final cut has been made. The first
year men have been working out
on Sougth Ferry field for the past
Week, and although the weather
was somewhat chilly with .a raw
wind blowing across the diamond
there has been a large number of
candidates reporting every day.
Coach Jack Blott has already
made his first cut in the person-
nel of the squad, and the second
one will be announced this after-
noon. According to the freshman
mentor the cuts are being made
rather soon but are necessary in.
order to get the squad down to a
Nvorkable size, so that he can round
a team into shape before the
A series of contests with the re-I
serve nine and the Physical Edu-
cation team has been arranged,
the first of which will probably
take place the last of this week or
the first part of next.
Eddie Hamm, Georgia Tech Star
Broad Jumper Shatters
Penn, Relay Mark. .
Experts of the cindered path will
have a tougher time this year in
their annual comparing of times
and distances to reach any drastic
conclusions in regard to the relativ.e
segregation, of track talent with the
tabulation of the results of the
Drake and Penn relay marks.
A closer total in the way of re-'
sults could hardly be amassed. In
the tabulation of the 17 events 81
marks fell to the contestants at Des'
Moines and eight to the Penn per-
formers. In the remaining event
a standoff between George Simp-
son of Ohio at Philadelphia and Cy
Leland of Texas Christian is re-
corded. with both runners leading
their respective fields to tie the
world's record of 9 3-5,seconds.
In general it might be held that
the Penn athletes held a slight su-
periority in the track while the
Drake competitors were the better
in the field events. The outstand-
ing performance at each meet,
however, was accomplished by1, a
field event man.
At Philadelphia Georgia Tech's
broad jumper star, Eddie Hamm,
shattered the meet record with a
leap of 25 feet 4 and 1-4 inches.
Tommy Warne furnished the fea-
ture at Des Moines in the pole
vault. The Northwestern athlete
vaulted 13 feet, 11 inches to crack
I the meet record and then proceeded
to miss by the slightest margin the
world's record at 14 feet 2 inches.j
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