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Freshmen, Inter-House Track Meets Scheduled for Wednesday, Thursday

Inter-Dorm Contest Is First of Its Kind; Events Revealed For Both Meets


Track finds its first expression of the year this week when Coaches Jaakko Mikkola and Bill Noufeld of the varsity conduct a Freshman Intramural Track Meet at Soldiers Field Wednesday, and when Adolph Samborski, director of Intramural Athletics, holds the annual fall House tract meet Thursday.

The Freshman meet, a competition between the Yard dormitories, is the first of its kind at Harvard in recent years. Fifteen events will be featured, including an 80-yd. dash, 160 yd. dash, 330-yard run, 660-yard run, three-quarters of a mile, a mile and a half run, 80-yard hurdles, and 120-yard lows. Field events will include the high jump, broad jump, 12-pound shot, 30-pound weight. pole vault, javelin, and discus. A three-man dash relay team is also planned for each dormitory. Blue books are located in the Union, Dudley Hall, and at the Field House, in which participants are to sign up.

Samborski announced that for the House track meet eight events are scheduled. The feature event will be an alternating high and low hurdle shuttle relay, with a three-man team, each hurdler running 100 yards. There will also be a middle distance medley relay race, consisting of two 440's, an 880, and a 1320-yard run.

Also on the House meet program are the 100-yard dash, a mile, a sprint relay of four 220-yard dashes, broad jump, shot put, and high jump. House League Football Standings Won  Tied  Lost  Pts. Winthrop  3  0  1  6 Kirkland  3  0  1  6 Lowell  2  2  0  6 Adams  2  1  1  5 Dunster  2  0  2  4 Dudley  1  1  2  3 Leverett  0  1  3  1 Eliot  0  1  3  1

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