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First How: Robert Schultz, Charles Box, Bob Cecil, Stanley Iarrell, Parramore Sellers, Dubb Duff.
Second How: Grady Vlfeir, lrvin King, C. I. Collier, Iimmy Arrell, Horace Bradley, Bill Davis.
Third Row: Sam Smith, Gene Dalton, Charles Narrell, Will Smith, Weldon Rhodes, W. K. Bentley.
As soon as basketball season was finished, Coach Bentley issued his call for the
track boys to report. ln the first days of February the runners, high jumpers, hurdlers,
and all the other boys worked out consistently each afternoon in the gymnasium.
Many of those who had gridiron records and a few who had had experience on the
hard-wood court could be found among the squad. With such seasoned material
Coach Bentley might have expected more than he obtained at the first meet that
was held in San Angelo. As far as the points scored are concerned, the meet was
unsuccessful, but the boys showed new interest in anticipation of the District Meet
that was held the following week.
At District Meet the team came home with three y y
places: King finished fourth in the lUU-yard dash,
Sellers placed fourth. in the 220-yard low hurdlesg and A f . '
the mile relay team, composed of Narrell, King, A y Schultz, and larrell, captured third place honors in A V ' Q
the relay event. All of these runners were, therefore, 1 .
entitled to enter Begional Meet that was held in Abi- A A A f
lene, April 20.
"On your mark, get set . .
4 . -Wigan .-”