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In three and a half minutes Saturday at the Millrose Games in Madison Square Garden the Crimson mile relay quartet won and lost a race. In an almost exact repeat of the previous weekend's win at the Boston Garden, anchor man Ronnie Berman came from about 12 yards behind to nip Dartmouth's Dave Krivitzky at the tape, only to find that the Crimson had already been disqualified on a foul.

Leadoff runner Ed Grutzner had again built up a short lead that John Packard was able to hold. Then Dartmouth's fastest quarter-miler, Pete McCreary, ran away from Tom McGrath on the third leg. In passing, McCreary cut in too close to McGrath, and the latter ran with arms wide to hold the Green runner off. But on the turn McGrath's right arm hit McCreary, and a judge called a foul at that point.

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