with five, and Kane, Thayer, and Thomas with six.
In the shot put Lawler of the B. A. A. and Eastman are rated on a par as the best men, while in the hammer throw Dandrow of the B. A. A. will give Marshall, the nearest competitor, a ten foot advantage. Plansky of Georgetown and Greendige are the scratch men in the javelin throw, while in the discus event Carpenter, Clapp, unattached, and Dandrow of the B. A. A. will all compete with no handicap.
E. O. Gourdin '21, the holder of the world's record in the broad jump, will give all other contestants in that event a large advantage, the smallest handicap being that of Murphy of the University squad, who has been allotted 10 inches. In the high jump Brown of Dartmouth and Murphy of Newark will be the scratch competitors, with the three lowest handicapped Crimson entrants being Morse, Greeley, an Gerould, cach of whom has an advantage of 5 inches. Harwood and West of the B. A. A., in the absence of Davis, will be the only scratch men in the pole vault, D. D. Reidy coming after then with a four-inch handicap.