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FOUR RECORDS BROKEN AND ONE EQUALLED BY TRACKMEN

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Shot Put--L. H. Levy, Cornell, heaved the ball 47 ft., 8 1-8 in., breaking the mark of 46 ft., 3 3-4 in., set by J. F. Anderson. Cornell, in 1929.

300-yard run--Captain T. F. Mason '30 finished in 33 1-5 seconds, bettering the mark held jointly by himself and G. A. Tupper '29 and set last year.

Pole vault--Oscar Sutermeister '32 and E. E. Colyer, Cornell, both vaulted to a height of 13 ft., 2 1-4 in. This breaks the mark of 12 ft., 7 3-4 in, made in 1927 by B. G. Burbauk, Harvard, and J. H. Smith. Dartmouth.

Relay race--The Harvard quartet of V. L. Hennessey '30, F. E. Cummings '30. E. E. Record '32, and Vernon Munroe '31 ran the mile in 3 min., 27 1-5 sec. bettering the time of 3 min., 28 3-5 sec. made by the Harvard team last year.

600-yard run--F. E. Cummings '30 equalled the mark of 1 min., 15 3-5 sec. set last year by Gerard Swope, of Dartmouth.

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