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Army, led by Dick Shea, ran away with the annual Heptagonal cross-country meet in Van Cortlandt Park in New York yesterday afternoon. Jaakko Mikkola's Crimson harriers finished seventh, behind Cornell, Penn, Yale, Princeton, and Dartmouth.

The Black Knights won by a large margin, as was expected, finishing with only 33 points, 54 points ahead of Cornell. Cadet Lewis Davis placed second, with Tiger Al Pittis third. Shea's winning time was 24:54 for the five mile course.

Dave Gregory, Harvard's first man, was in sixteenth place, and Paul Judy finished twenty-fifty. John Pankey came in thirty-eighth, Dick White forty-second, and Al Master forty-third. Dave Cairns, bothered by a stitch, was in the 50's.

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