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Milton G. Green, Harvard's track and field captain, will have the eyes of the track and field world upon him Saturday when he attempts for a second successive year to win three first places in the Harvard-Yale Dual Meet" as the H. A. A. press release so neatly and concisely puts it.
And in spite of the fact that it is advertising, it's till the truth. The events in which he attempts his triple are his old standbys, the two hurdles races and the broad jump. He has yet to be beaten this spring is any of these events.
There seems little reason to doubt that the most versatile of all Harvard track captains for some time will fall to reach his objective. So far this year Green has taken 11 wins out of a possible 12. His only second was in the indoor I. C. 4A's when he took a second in the broad jump to Stan Johnson of Tech in the broad jump with a leap considerably under 24 feet. As for the meet itself-Yale will be smothered.
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