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Twenty-eight varsity trackmen left early Thursday afternoon for West Point to take on Army and Princeton today in the Crimson's first formal intercollegiate meet of the winter season.
Army, strong in all events, will be favored to take the meet. Princeton has good distance men, sprinters, and quarter-milers. The Crimson will have to rely mainly on mile-relayers Charlie Durakis, Louis Tsavaris, Harvey Thayer, and Tom McGrath, shot-putter Geoff Tootell, and possibly Thayer and Ed Grutzner in the 600-yard run, to enter the scoring.
The freshman track team goes to Andover today for a meet at 2:30 p.m.
The varsity lineup:
50-yard dash--Carter, Sperber, Pearlstein; 600-yard run--Thayer, Grutzner; 1000-yard run--Rosen, Berman; mile--Cairns, Leeming; two-mile--Gregory, Everett; 60-yard hurdles--Durakis, McCormick; one-mile relay--Durakis, Tsavaris, Thayer, McGrath; two-mile relay--Cairns or Ellis, Baker, Ruby, Williams; high jump--Barwise, Best; broad jump--Carter, Geick; pole vault--Lockett; 35-pound weight--Tootell, Rubin; shot put--Tootell, Trimble, Kanter.
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