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HIGHEST STRENGTH TESTS

F. D. Huntington '12 Heads List of Ten Best Records With 1303.2 Points.

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The highest ten records of the approximately 700 strength tests taken this half-year are printed below. As these tests are merely qualifying ones and are not made in a competition, they do not, in many cases, represent a man's utmost effort. The records are as follows: F. D. Huntington '12, 1303.2; F. H. Leslie '12, 1209.2; W. T. Gardiner '14, 1132.4; A. W. Moffat '13, 1061; C. C. Loomis '15, 1058.9; F. C. Paine '12, 1056.2; R. D. Walker '14, 1045.7; C. Mashima '12, 1045.7; G. McN. Miller '14, 1042.6; H. B. Gardner '13, 1040.

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