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if ' rag HIS was S. M. A.'s second year at track, and it was a most suc-
cessful one Coach Tarr, al-Fy assisted by Lieuteuanz I-Larriman,
'10, Ego again showed his ability in all branches of athletics, by turmng
out a team, which won the Virginia Interscholastics, Central
f su? High, and Tome Track Meets. S. M. A. proved that she had
C wneTA the best track team in the state, by winning the Virginia Inter-
scholastic easily. It is doubtful if any "prep" school in the country had as well-
balanced a track team as Coaches Tarr and Harriman turned out.
Thy tryout for the season were staged in the form of an intercompany meet.
F rom the showing made by the athleties in this meet, the coaches picked these men
and worked on them until they "stacked up" with the best in the East.
In the intercompany meet the Band won most of the points. Company "AU
was second, with 'fD,H "E," and "B" following respectively. The Band was given
J a' i ,. .
a beautiful loving cup for winning the victory. .
The three high individual point scorers were the only ones to receive medals.
They were Connelly, Creech, and Bentz.
DUAL MEET WITH VIRGINIA HFRESHH
The strong first-year track team from Virginia defeated S. M. A., in a dual
meet, by the score of 78 to 56. This meet was arranged by Coach Tarr in order to
pick the men for the big Central High meet which was held the following Satur-
day in Vlfashington, D.. C.
CENTRAL HIGH MEET
, Coach Tarr took seven men up to VVashington for the Central High Interscho-
lastic Meet. And with this small squad S. M. A. won the meet. Thirty-two
"prep', schools were represented.
S. M. A. won the meet, with Central High, second, Vlfoodberry Forest,
third, and Tech High, of Wasliiiigtoii, fourth.
The team won two beautiful loving cups for winning the meet. Captain Bentz
was high individual point scorer. I-Ie received a beautiful loving cup.
The points scored by the S. M. A. athletes were as follows: Bentz, 13,
Creech, 75 Fell, 5, Stock, 35 Stewart, 3, Connelly, 35 and Grahm, 1.
S. M. A. took a strong team to Virginia Universtiy for the annual interscho-
lastic track and held meet. S. M. A. was an easy winner with 67 points. Wood-
berry Forest took second, with 45 points, and A. A. third, with 25.
This gave S. M. A. the undisputed State Championshlip.
S. M. A. winners were: Bentz, I3 points, Creech, 11 points, Connelly, 8
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points, Stock, 5 points, Graham, 3 points, Fell, 1 point, Stuart, 3 points, Paget,
The team won a beautiful loving cup.
Coach Tarr took seven men to the Tome Track Meet, and with this small
squad again won the meet. Forty of ther largest Hprepn schools in the East were
represented. S. M. A. finished first, with Tome School second, and Gilman School
S. M. A. point scorers were: Captain Bentz, 20 points, Creech, 7 points,
Stewart, 5 points, Graham, 5 points 5, and Connelly, 4 po-ints.
The team won a beautiful plaque for winning the meet.
Captain Bentz also won a beautiful loving cup offered to the highest indi-
vidual scorer. He scored lirst in the Shot, Discus, Hammer and Javelin Throw.
The Track Season was a great success. Great credit must be given to Coaches
Tarr and Harriman.
Creech was elected Captain for the Season of 1921.
1921 TRACK VVORK
Indoor Track was started immediately after the Christmas holidays. The
end of the seaso-n came with the johns Hopkins University Indoor Meet. Only
Bentz and Stewart went to this meet. Bentz won the open 16-lb. shot put and
Stewart took a third place in the open pole vault. The "prep,' school men were
up against some of the strongest college teams in the country. In the open events
Johns Hopkins took first, with Princeton University second, and S. M. A. third.
S. M. A. beat out such teams as Delaware College, Yale, Penn State, Washing-
:on and Lee, Rutgers, and University of Virginia.
OUTDOOR TRACK WORK
Out door Track Work has started and prospects are rosy for another Cham-
pionship year. Coaches Tarr and Harriman are taking great interest in the work,
and a successful season is looked for. A very attractive schedule has been ar-
April 9 ............................ Intercompany Meet
April 16 . . . ..... Dual Meet, Virginia "Fresh"
April 23 .... ......... D ual Meet, W. Sz L. "Fresh"
April 30 ................. Dual Meet, A. M. A.
May 7 .... Virginia Interscholastic, Charlottesville
May 14 .... ......... C entral High., Washington, D. C.
May 21 .... .... T ome Interscholastic, Port Deposit, Md.
May 31 ..... Lafayette Interscholastic, Easton, Pa.
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