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' i won iirst honors in the hurdles and the shot. He also won three seconds. Terrell ran a pretty
1 quarter-mile to win in the time of 55.3. He was followed by Abbott in third place. The Central
V , team this year was weak in the dashes and distances.
A l The next week the team journeyed to Greenville to take part in the Burleson relays. Here
2 1 the Central team was again nosed out by the Sunset aggregation. Stewart won three first places,
f L winning the high jump, his specialty, by a wide margin. The relay team placed in three relay 9
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, the relay teams again fared not so well but placed in their three races. Stewart gleaned iifteen -
1 points by winning three firsts, the hurdles, high jumps, and shot. 3,
V 1 The next week brought the city meet. Central as she usually does won the meet but this 1
season it was the closest in years. Led by the lanky Jim Stewart, the high point man of the "
meet, Central annexed fifty-nine points to North Side's fifty and one-half, who was the nearest '
, Opponent. Stewart won first places in the high jump, discus throw, shot put and broad jump. ,
Ai He set new records in the nrst three events. He made the high jump at the remarkable height l
E g of six feet three inches. John Terrell won a hrst place in the quarter, also setting a new record.
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Central enjoyed during the 1926 season a most successful track term. Although not as 7 V
prosperous as that of last year, due to the loss of Draper, Harter, and Bassinger-last year men. 4 l
Central has fared nicely, winning two meets and has remained superior to all other crews in the
With the entrance of jim Stewart, premier high jumper and weight man, and Frank Abbott, il
from Oklahoma, and the return of John Terrell to Central, things took a more rosy tint. About ll I
the last of January, Coach Berry plunged into the training of about twenty candidates for about '
two weeks in an effort to produce another championship team for which Central is noted. The ,'
candidates were given training for their muscles and wind and were versed in the fundamentals E
of the track. ,Q Q
Then, on the l3th of March, came the nrst meet of the season-the Exposition Meet. The I
Central squad was nosed out of winning the meet by the well-balanced Surset crew. Jim Stewart El l
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' K Abbott did not run the 440 but finished second in the low hurdles. Dyer won second places in 1
the discus and shot, Tipton in the vault. Day got second honors in the half mile. In all Central ,
placed six men to go to the district meet. The most sensational race of the day was the relay
W race between North Side and Central. The Steers, after a close finish, finally won by inches.
,Q After a journey to the Oklahoma relays at Norman and racing on a muddy track, Berry took
, 4 six men to Denton the 16th of April to compete in the district track meet. On the first day, ,
' H Terrell and Abbott, in the 440, qualified for the finals, both winning hrst in their heats. Stewart ' ,
1 also qualified in all his events. The next day the finals were held. Sunset High won the meet, .T 1
' W' but Jim Stewart, as usual, was high letter man, winning first place in the high jump, broad jump, 1
high hurdles, and two seconds in the weight events. Terrell and Abbott, after bad starts, ran '
brilliant races. In the quarter Terrell finished second and Abbott a close third. After a change 1
in the running the relay placed fourth. Besides the relay team Abbott, Stewart, and Terrell
won the right to attend the State meet. The Annual goes to press before this meet is held, so 1 ,
it is impossible to foretell the results, but whatever comes, we are certain these men will give 1 i
1 their best in forwarding the already high prestige of Central's track team in the past. ,
1 V This is but an insufiicient summary of the activities of the track team this season. All that 1
11 ,1 was anticipated and more has been accomplished through the unselfish efforts of Coach Berry j
' and the entire squad. May the Central team be equally successful next year! 1
, ANNUAL CITY FIELD AND TRACK MEET 11
WORTH FIELD, APRIL 2, 1926 1 ,
Central, 59, North Side, 50.5, Polytechnic, 24, Junior, l4.5g Arlington Heights, 4, Voca- , i
1 tional, lg Diamond Hill, O, Riverside, 0. ,
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l 1 120-Yd. High Hurdles ..,,,, Arnold, North Side---Smith, Poly ,,,,, 18.7 seconds. 1
1 lf 100-Yd. Dash---. ,,,,..... Berry, North Side .... Wells, Poly ,,,.. 10.5 seconds. ll' 1
i ' 1 Mile Run ,,,,,,,, --, - --Miller, North Side ,.,. Isley, Poly ..,,,... 5 min., 8.7 sec, i, 1
11 220-Yd. Low Hurdles ,...., Smith, Poly .,,,,,.... Abbott, Central--- 27.9 seconds. 1
Pole Vault ,,,,... - . . Horne, North Side ..., Tipton, Central- - - 9 ft., 6 ins. '
12-Pound Shot Put- - - - - -Stewart, Central- - - -Dyer, Central ...., 45 ft., 4 ins.
Discus Throw ,,..... Stewart, Central ..... Dyer, Central- ,.,. 127 ft., 7.5 ins.
440-Yd. Dash-- - Terrell, Central ,,,,,, Mimms, Junior ,,,- 54.5 seconds.
880-Yd. Run ,... - VVright, Poly ......... Day, Central ..... 15.5 seconds.
220-Yd. Dash-- - - Berry, North Side ---- Miller, North Side- 24.1 seconds. 1
1 High Jump-. - . Stewart, Central ----- Johnston, Junior ----- 6 ft., 3 ins. 1'
Javelin Throw- - , Johnston, Junior ----- Arnold, North Side- - -134 ft., 9.5 ins. 1, 1
Broad Jump- . - - Stewart, Central- - Horton, North Side---30 ft., 9 ins. l
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3 min., 45.2 see.
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