Two relay teams from Holy Cross showed their numbers to the University and Freshman relay teams at the K. of C. track meet held in the Boston Garden Saturday evening. F. J. Mardulier '30 came in third in the 45 yard hurdle race which was won by Monty Wells in record equalling time and G. W. Kuehn '32 cleared six feet one inch to gain second place in the high jump, the only field event of the evening.
In the intercollegiate two-mile relay Harvard was outdistanced by Boston College, Holy Cross, M. I. T., and New Hampshire. A great relay team from Worcester won the dual mile relay with Harvard with ease. Their time was the fastest of all the mile relay races run. McCafferty, anchor man for Holy Cross, had a 30-yard lead handed over to him with the baton and managed to hold on to 12 yards of it at the tape. The Holy Cross Freshmen were but a few seconds slower than their upperclass brethern and showed their heels to the Harvard 1933 quartet.
The 45 yard hurdle race was fast and the ability of Wells to get off the last fence in a hurry enabled him to turn in a time of 5 4-5 seconds, equalling the world record. Alcorn, of Dartmouth, was a good second and had only a slight lead over Mardulier.
Konrad Moisio, champion outdoor high jumper in New England, cleared six feet one and a half inches and gained the indoor championship of New England while Kuehn, who starred on last year's Freshman track team was one half inch lower.
In the K. of C. mile race for the Curley Cup, which was won by Ray Conger, of the Illinois A. C., N. P. Hallowell '32 gave evidence of promise. He was running in competition with three of the great runners of the country and finished a strong fourth. Though no official time was taken for Hallowell it was reported that he covered the ground in 4 minutes and 24 seconds; only two seconds slower than the winner.