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Rev. Brother C. Anselm, F. S. C. Here's Charley Goetz c
Moderator df the Track Team.
After achieving this notable success, the Lions
looked forward with confidence to their own
meet, the Loughlin Games. This confidence was
not unfounded as they rolled to a tight but im-
pressive first place finish, edging their nearest
competitor, Boys' High, by a mere half point and
their second rival, Cardinal Hayes, by the same
margin. The scoring in these games was accom-
plished mainly by T. Walby, Baxter, P. Beyer,
E. Rigney, T. Parolisi and the relay team of G.
Murchie, R. Ford, G. Leonard and J. Horan.
A week later in the Hayes meet Loughlin ran
to its third successive victory. This time they
achieved a more significant margin by capturing
twenty one points, six ahead of their nearest com-
petitor. In this meet points were again donated
by such consistent scorers as Rigney, Parolisi,
Beyer, Baxter and the relay team of Baxter, Beyer,
Ford and Parolisi, which team not only took first
place but also broke the old meet record.
In other meets the team showed spark remi-
niscent of the great Loughlin track aggregation
of several years ago which made the name Lough-
lin synonymous with track greatness. Even in
the N.Y.U. meet, which the team lost by the nar-
rowest of margins, the stamp of a great team
showed through. Rigney, Baxter and Parolisi
were again the top scorers for the "Purple and
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oming in for Loughlin.
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