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ROW' 1: L. Saltzman,
M. Mendelson. R. Stewart.
F. Falco. J. Fields. R.
Blair. R. Paige, R. Mag-
lioneg ROW 2: Mr. Os-
wald. M. Barrett. C. Fields.
J. Smith. R. Avers, B.
Sonnnerville. J. Hayes. V.
Pierce. R. Fieldsg ROW
3: D. Rogers. B. Valen-
tine. .l. Yviskind. A. Mer-
dingeo. J. Gillian. V. Ma-
rone, H. Sklaver
Finding consolation only in a few individ-
ual performances, the Davis TRACK TEAM
terminated their season by scoring only 8 points
in the Sectional meet at White Plains. Our only
markers came as a result of Frank Falco's thirds
in the dashes and Paul Mulaire's fourth in the
The track squad opened its season by suc-
cessfully downing Portchester. However, they
did not win another dual meet after that and
finished seventh in the WI.A.A.
No doubt the outstanding figure of the
team last year was Falco who scored three straight
doubles before being defeated in the Wil.A.A.
meet. It is only fair to mention that he was handi-
capped by a sore leg during the last few weeks.
Paul Mulaire came into his own last year
by establishing himself as one of the county's
top high jumpers. Leaping five feet ten on two
occasions and five feet eleven on one, Mulaire
was one of Davis' few point scorers in both the
WI.A.A. and Sectional.
Hank Washington took advantage of his
long stride to become one of WCStCl16Sl61',S better
quarter milers as can be shown in his 51.9-440
against White Plains in a dual meet. Trying to
run Lou Jones race in the Sectional kept him from
attaining even greater heights.
Bernie Hassell took third in the WI.A.A.
mile, his only race of the year, while Tenaglier
hit nineteen feet, seven and one half inches in
the broad jump for the only other praiseworthy
HITTING THE TURN