The powerful Crimson track team coasted to a lopsided 65-34 victory over B.U. in Briggs Cage last night. Captain Ed Meehan turned in the top performance of the evening when he set a Cage record of 2:13.6 in the 1000 yard run beating the Terriers' vaunted captain Ed Tantoski in the process.
The only upset came in the hurdles, but it was all in the family as the Crimson's Tony Lynch upset University record holder Aggrey Awori in 5.4 seconds. Awori copped his expected first in the dash, however, and Chris Ohiri, who outsprinted Awori last Saturday, took the broad jump.
B.U.'s Dave Havlick made it close for Keith Chiappa in the 600, but Chiappa jumped him with about a lap to go and hung on until the finish.
Terrier distance ace Paul Scott captured both the mile and two mile runs against Harvard's second-line runners. Actually, the two mile was run as a combined varsity-freshman race and Scott was third overall as Harvard's Smith finished first in 10:01.