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A PAGE 1 R .- home the heavy end of an 82 4 to 48 2 score. Foster was doped to win at least three firsts for the Cougars, but was so badly beaten by both Pendleton and Hartley that he withdrew from further participation. Jessup set a new North- west record in the shot, and in spite of the chilly wind that swept Roger ' s Field, Adams hurled the javelin for another record smasher. Still warm from their recent victory over Washington State, Coach Edmundson ' s men took the Northwest Conference meet at Eugene with a total of 59 points. Steve Anderson leaped the high sticks in world record time and led the meet as high point man. The National Intercollegiates next beckoned eleven of our best track stars. The meet saw one of the biggest turnouts of the year, the Huskies taking second place when five of the group placed. The field was fast, but these Purple and (jold runners bowed only because of the superior numbers of the Ohio State team. Eddie Genung upset all dope when he stepped past Gist of Chi- cago, last year ' s champion, to take the Intercol- legiate half-mile championship. Steve Anderson, supreme on the Coast in the high hurdles, was honored with the captaincy of the 1930 Varsity at the close of the season. Neal Fosseen managed the team very capably throughout the season, and at its close, Harold Pebbles was selected to take over his duties for 1930. Sturdy, of Yale, in the Air at the Stanford Meet
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Sellers, Jessup Gold also took the four-mile relay with a record time of 18:10 over Ore- gon ' s second. The old standbys. Anderson and Jessup. both took firsts. Washington State, our biggest threat throughout the season, won the meet with five firsts and a tie in the pole vault. Washington next journeyed Sovith to Oregon, where the Webfooters entertained with some record breaking while Edmundson ' s squad snap- ped up the track events to win easily. Moeller. of the Webfooters. hurled the discus for a world record mark of 160 ft. 3 in. Dixon, his teammate, cracked another mark when he tossed the spear a distance of 186 ft. 3 in. The Huskies took everything else from the 100-yard dash to the two-mile, with the final score standing 82 to 49 in their favor. The Co ■allis trip was just as productive for the Husky speedsters, who led their opponents to the tape to win 70 to 52. Eddie Genung, Rufus Kiser and Elbert Sellers showed heels in their fastest time yet in the half, mile and two-mile. From their Carnival showing. W. S. C. was scheduled to hand us sev- eral stiff jolts. Upsetting these predictions. Edmundson ' s track stars cop- ped eleven first places, five seconds, and placed seven other men to bring Hartley, Kiser, Bale, Dodds PAGE 131
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Hrn.lir. ,l ,.i.. Reed, Cram Big Ws were awarded Captain Bill Shelley, Steve Anderson, Crosby P endleton, Doane Brodie, Talbot Hartley, Bob Bale. Ed Genung, Gordon Dodds, Bob Davies. Rufus Kiser, Elbert Sellers, Bob Reed. Jack Cram, Paul Jessup, Julius Ramstedt, Bob Adams, Fred Ross, George Nickell, Tom Humes and Reed Ingham. The Frosh were also supreme in the Northwest, defeating the Belling- ham and Ellensburg Normals to the tune of 85 to 23 and 102 to 20. Ken Rhuddy was the outstanding trackster of the squad with his Varsity mile time. Ralph Cairney and Bryant Dunn are also promising candidates for the Varsity. Those who received numeral awards were: Ken Rhuddy. Ralph Cair- ney, Paul O ' Neil. Hugh Sessom, Bryant Dunn, Harold Trueblootl. Harry Dye, Pat Mairono, Walter Woodward, J. L. Smith, Scott Geosecki. Tom Fitch, David Weedman. Ralph Russel. Howard Kambestedt. William Wolcott, Raymond Austin, John Adams and Owen Miller. PAGE 186
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