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STAR HURDLER ELECTED TO LEAD YALE FORCES IN 1930

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New Haven, Conn., June 5--Sidney B. Kieselhorst, 1930, of St. Louis, Mo., was elected captain of the University track team at a meeting today. Kieselhorst, who prepared at Andover, runs the 100 and the low hurdles. In the latter event he won his second consecutive Intercollegiate title on Saturday at Philadelphia. In this event he set a new record at 23, 3-10 seconds, but the mark was not allowed to stand on account of a favoring wind.

T. F. Mason '30 and Kieselhorst are both, entered in the 100-yard dash against the English Oxford-Yale squad.

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