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Torrance, Hornbostel, and Sears Will Speak in Dillon Today


Members of the Crimson track squad will have an opportunity to hear the opinions of cinder experts in a discussion of their own events when Jack Torrance, Charles Hornbostel and Ray Sears give short addresses at a meeting of tracksters and other interested persons at 3.15 'clock today in the lounge of Dillon Field House.

All three are nationally famous athletes and definite prospects for next summer's Olympic team. Torrance, elephantine Louisiana State shot-putter, holds the present indoor and outdoor world's record for the 16-pound shot, and Hornbostel, now a student in the Harvard Business School, competed in the 1932 Olympic games in the half-mile. Sears won the Billings Two-Mile event in the B.A.A. Games at the Boston Garden last Saturday night, and is a well-known competitor in the longer distances.

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