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The fourth handicap pole-vaulting competition held recently in the Stadium was won by M. L. Greeley. Jr., '15, of Winneiks, III. The handicap hammer throw competition was won by T. Cable '13, of Indianapolis, Ind.
The results were as follows: pole-vault first, M. L. Greeley, Jr., to, 11 feet, 1 inch, with 7 inches handicap; second. J. B. Camp '15, 11 feet, scratch, third, I. G. Richards '16, 10 feet 11 inches, 11 inches handicap.
Rammer-throw first T. Cable '18 165 feet, 2 inches, scratch, second, R. S. Sturgis '15, 149 feet, 9 inches, 25 feet handicap; third H. D. Burgh 14, 148 feet 25 feet handicap.
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