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Quite a number of men gathered in the gymnasium, Saturday afternoon, to be present at the third competition of the pole-vault and shot-putting series. In putting the shot all the contestants showed improvement. The distances were as follows: - Gibson, 32 feet 11 1-2 inches; Manly, 32 feet 6 1-4 inches; Bowen, 32 feet 1 3 4 inches.

A new Harvard record was made in the pole-vault by E. B. Leavitt, '90. Mr. Soren's record jump of 9 feet 6 inches was beaten by an inch, making the present record 9 feet 7 inches. Mr. Leavitt vaulted in good form and there is no reason why he may not better this jump by several inches. Of the other contestants. Wheelwright cleared the bar at 9 feet; Dickerman and Craig were not in condition to contest.

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