Darrel Maluy Track Meet 11 May 1940 in Salt Lake City (2nd pg)

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Darrel Maluy Track Meet 11 May 1940 in Salt Lake City (2nd pg) - Junior College Stars Set Track Marks (Continued...
Junior College Stars Set Track Marks (Continued from Page Thirty) versity o£ Utah stadium, with -oach Ed Durr of Westminster, directing the affair. Winston Haven of Ricks started :he record blasting by romping through the mile in 4:35.5, more :han five seconds better than the old mark held by McCloyd of Albion, Albion, 4:40.8, and set in 1938. He was pushed to the tape by his teammate, Eldon Hinckley, who also bettered the old mark. The race was a battle between the two Vikings from the start. Hinckley Hinckley edged out Haven in the same race at the recent B. Y. U. invitation invitation meet. Husky Dean Lewis of Albion heaved the shot 44 feet 9V= inches to better the mark set by Lloyd Nielson of Snow in 1937, of 43 feet 3'/4 inches. Lamont Wilcox, chunky, bespectacled bespectacled speedster from Ricks, won both the 100 and 220-yard dashes, tying the century mark in 10 seconds seconds flat. The only other double winner of the day was the powerful negro hurdler from Weber, Willie Thomas. Thomas thundered down the track for convincing victories in both the high and low hurdles, without apparently being extended. extended. He was high individual point winner with ll'/i points. He also ran on the record-breaking half- mile relay team, giving that team a lead which it never lost. Walter Jaussi of Ricks duplicated duplicated his quarter-mile victory in the recent Provo 'meet by going around the track in :51.7 for new high standard. The old record was held by his brother, Fred Jaussi, and was set in 1939 al :52 seconds flat. Verl Ashworth of Westminster knocked a second off the SSO-yard record when he hit the tape in 2.:03.5 to win by several yards Ashworth won this same event last year Darrell Maluy not only set up now discus record with a toss of 136 feet, but also won seeonc n the shot and fifth in the javelin to roll up 10 points for the champions champions and have himself a big afternoon. afternoon. Roger Swan of Mesa got over he pole vault bar at 12 feet 9!4 nches to add to the celebration and Roberts Erickson of Snow wafted the javelin out 179.6 fee .0 do his part in the record melee Jack Woodbury of B. A. C. also bettered the old javelin mark by an inch and led until near the end of the test, when Erickson cui oose with his mighty heave. Mesa's classy mile relay team o Jess Bathurst, Mont Carlston Haroid Moffat and Willard Lewis cut six full seconds off the old record when they covered the fou; laps in 3:29.9. Weber's half-mill relay squad of Thomas, Christen sen, Gardner and Freeman, cu :he mark by nearly two seconds Thomas put the team far out in front and Freeman hit the finish line first despite a brilliant finish by Wilcox of Ricks, who threat ened at the finish. All in all, it was a great day fo the junior college athletes. Th mass record-breaking activitie speak volumes for the progress being made in the junior college track and field competition. Mile run—Haven. Ricks: Hlnnkley. Rir.ks: Pulsipher.. Dixie; Green. Weber, and I.nnciee, Weber. Time. 4:35.5. New record. Sholput—Lewis. Albion: Maluy. Mesa; Bordignn. Mesa; Klnton, B. A. C.; Swan, Mesa. Distance, 44 feet 0 V> inches. New record. 100-yard dash—Wllcox, Ricks; Freeman, Weber: Hill. Westminster; Evans. Mesa: BoritlKan, Meaa, Time. :10. Ties record. 440-yard run—Jaus.il, Ricks; Ashworth flnrt fjlenny, Westminster, tied for second; Moffat. Mesa; Lewis and Bathurgt of Mesa, tied for fifth. Time. :51.7. New record. 120-yarrt hich hurdles—Thomas. Weber; Hlckman. Wentmlsnter: Dally, Mpia: Selke. Mesa: Wasden. B. A. C. Time, :15.9. HlRh Jump—Hlnlon, 3. A. C.; Simmons, Mesa; Lambert of B. A. C. and Vorhees, Snow, tied for J.hlrd; Nelson of Wehsr. Kelcht. 5 feet 111/4 Inches. 880-yard run—Ashworth. Westminster; Haven, Ricks; Thomas. A:b:un; Goodwin, Snow, and Earl. Albion. Time. 2:03.5. New record. Discus—Maluy. Mesa; Lewis, Albion; Wilcox, Ricks: Thomas. Weber; SchlCRel, Mesa. Distance, 136 feet. New record. 220-yard da*h—Wilcox, Ricks: Evans. Mesa; HIM, Westmliuter: Jones, B. A. C.; Woolney. B. A. C. Time. :22.3. 220-yard low hurdles—Thomas, Weber: Chrlatenaen, Weber: Simmons, Mean; Woodbury. Woodbury. B. A. C.; Bathurxt, Mesa. Time. :25,8. Pole vault—Swan, Mesa; Walker, Mesa: Selke, Mesa: Bader of Weber and Paxton of Dixie died for fourth. Height, 12 feet P 'A Inches. New record. Javelin — Krlckson, Snow; Woodbury. B. A. c.: Walker. Mesa: Baker. B. A. C.: Maluy, Mesa. Distance, 179.6 feet. New record. Broad Jump—Borrtipan, Mesa: WLlks. nicks: Stewart. Weher; Gardner, Wehrr: Hlckrnan. Westminster. Distance, 21 feet 9 ",4 Inches. Mile relay—Menu (Bathursl, Carlslon, Mnft.it arid Lewis I. Ricks. Weher. B. A. C.. Snow. Time. ,1:2'.i.O. New record. RRO-yard relay—Wehor I Thomas. Chrls- tetisen, Gardner and Freeman), Ricks, Mesa. Wejlmlnsler. B. A. C. Time. 1:,T2.4. New record. Final ncnren: Mesa. fiS: Ricks. 4:1; Weher. 4 Hi: B. A. C., 241,4; Westmfn- uter. 22: Albion, 13; Snow, lOVi, «nd Dixie, 4'/*.

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 11 May 1940, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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