Of the five Harvard men who were taken to New York to compete in the Columbia handicap track meet, held in Madison Square Garden Saturday evening, two won places. S. C. Lawrence '10, with a handicap of 12 inches, was second in the pole-vault with an actual vault of 10 feet 3 inches, and E. L. Parker '10, handicap 12 inches, was third, with an actual vault of 10 feet. The following, men represented the University at the meet: J. L. Barr '10, A. D. Barker '11, S. C. Lawrence '10, E. L. Parker '10, R. G. Harwood '09.
Two Places Won at Columbia Meet
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