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A Cruikshank Riddell, Ellis I BP Til ' tp j I J fin ACCIE-C. U. INDOOR MEET The Colorado Aggie track team gave evi- dence of increased power for the 1934 season when they humbled the Colorado University team by a 57-47 count in the annual indoor track and field meet held at the Aggie field house on Friday afternoon, February 16. Two new records were established while one was tied. Hahs tied the fifty-yard dash record of 5.4. Jamison set up a new record in the high jump when he cleared the bar at 6 feet 1% inches; he also broke the broad jump rec - ord with a leap of 23 feet 4% inches. Leonard Volz, former Lambkin track star, was high point man of the meet with 14 points to his credit. Glen Morris, Aggie hurdler, placed first in both hurdle races and ran as anchor man on the four-lap relay team, which also placed first. Other first place winners for Aggies were Bill Riddell in the pole vault, Ellis in the two-mile, Bean in the quarter, and Volz in the shot. TRIANGULAR MEET Trailing 15 to 20 points behind until the last three events, the Colorado State track team staged a rally to triumph in the triangular track meet with C. U. and D. U. at Boulder on Friday afternoon, May 4. The points were divided 67J 4 for Aggies, 64% for C. U., and 42 for D. U. Chet Cruikshank soared to new heights sel- dom reached by any athlete when he won four firsts: the discus, hammer throw, shot put and high jump. His heave of 150 feet 7 inches in the discus and his throw of 170 feet 9 inches in the hammer exceeded the distances of the conference records by a comfortable margin. COLORADO RELAYS In an afternoon of record-cracking perform- ances on track and field, Colorado University successfully defended their Colorado relay championship in the tenth annual renewal of competition at Boulder, Saturday, April 28.
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Five of the six relay events in the college division saw new meet records established as the athletes galloped over fast cinders under ideal weather conditions. Colorado University set a new record in the 440-yard relay when they covered the distance in 42.5 seconds. C. C. two-mile relay team clipped seven seconds off the two-mile relay when they were clocked at 8 minutes 13.8 seconds. C. U. was timed at 10:47.6 in the medley relay to establish a new record. C. U. also set up a new 880-yard relay mark of 1:28.5. Colorado Teachers College broke the one-mile relay record. Their time was 3:20.5. Aggies placed fourth in the meet vith 8 points. Glen Morris finished first in the 120-yard high hurdles and the 220-yard lows, which gave the Aggies ten more points. Other first place winners for Aggies were Riddell in the pole vault and Walt in the javelin. Campbell and Volz also picked up some necessary points in the weights. ACGIES-C. U. Picked to lose the meet by a 13 -point mar- gin, Colorado State came back strong to trim C. U. in a dual meet at Boulder, Saturday, May 12. Aggies garnered 73 points, while the Silver and Gold could only muster 67. Chet Cruikshank again was the star of the meet, pacing the Aggie team to victory. He sent the discus sailing 157 feet 8J 2 inches, some ten odd feet farther than the conference record. He also picked up firsts in the shot put and hammer throw and a third in the high jump to be high scorer of the day with 16 points. Leonard Vol: set up a new Aggie record when he leaped 24 feet 3 inches in the broad jump. Earle Ellis, star Aggie two-miler, ran a splendid race to nose out Denny, C. U. star, for another first place for Aggies. Riddell cleared 12 feet 9 inches in the pole vault and Walt sent the javelin 181 feet for two more of the eleven first places chalked up for the Aggies during the meet. A
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