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Robert Haydock, Jr. '39 was yesterday elected captain of the track team for next year. The captain-elect, who lives in Hewlett, Long Island, is holder of the Harvard record in the high jump at six feet 3 1/4 inches.
Immediately following the election, five members of the team left for New York where they are entered in the IC4A outdoor championships. The Crimson competitors are Alex Northrop in the mile, Bert Litman in the javelin hammer thrower Steve Brennan, John Erhard in the two-mile, and John Herrick in the discuss.
Northrop and Herrick are conceded the best chance of the Harvard entrants in tomorrow's meet. Northrop's best time in the mile is 4:17.6. while Herrick's top throw of 154 feet 10 3/4 inches is a feet farther than the best distance of any of his rivals in the IC4A.
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