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Year: 1870 (1870s)
Authors: University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Subjects: University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Publisher: [Amherst, Mass.] : University of Massachusetts
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries
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ge records were broken and a fourth tiedduring the spring. Nelson 24 broke the old record of 17 2-5 seconds in the 120-yd. high hurdles with a 17 1-5 performance in the Conn. Aggie meet. Thurlow26 raised Birchards 17 record of 115 ft. 10 1-4 inches in the discus throw to116 ft. 1 1-4 inches. Sniffen 26 broke the old record in the broad jump of 21 ft.1-2 in. held by Nicolet 14, by a leap of 21 ft. 4 1-2 inches. Sniffin also tied the100-yd. dash record also held by Nicolet with 10 1-5 seconds. With a majorityof the members remaining from this team, indications point to another successfulseason in 1925. In recognition of their good work, the student-body gave theoutstanding members of the team watch charms consisting of a miniature goldtrack shoe. 1924 Spring tIDracfe ^cfjcbulc Norwich at Norwich, April 26 Easterns at Springfield, May 11 Trinity at Hartford, May 3 Conn. Aggie at M. A. C, May 15 N. E. I. C. A. A. at Boston, May 24-25Triangular Meet (N.H.,Vt.andM. A.C.) at M.A.C., June 149
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1924 Crogg Country tEeam W. A. Slowen 25C. P. Reed 26L. L. Derby W. A. Slowen 25E. H. Wheeler 26H. C. Nottebaert 27S. E. Howes 26 Mtmbtti Captain Manager Coach H. F. Bartlett 26 E. A. Tobey 27 C. A. Crooks 27 T. V. Henneberry 27 150 1924 Cros^si Countrp ^eagon TN reviewing the Cross Country season for the past year, one finds that-*- the team has made a most creditable showing with the material at hand.The team won three of their five dual meets against worthy opponents. At the outset Coach Derby had no letter men around whom to build a team,as only two veterans remained from the 1923 aggregation, and they were notregular members of that team. However, the sophomore class contributed welltoward it, four of their number winning regular berths. The first run against R. P. I. was lost by an overwhelming score, 15-46,but the team came back to trim W. P. I. decisively the following week on theircourse, 25-33. Perhaps the most disappointing race was the Wesleyan run which we lost27-28. In t
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