Darrell Maluy competes in track meet at University of Utah.
Jaysee Clubs Poise for Track Battle Teams Clash Saturday On Ute Field A gala finale to the intermountain intermountain junior spring sports season is planned Saturday when two-year schools from Utah, Idaho and Colorado Colorado meet on the University of Utah track and courts. The netters will go into action at 9 a. m. and all schools in the conference are figured to have representatives, representatives, including Carbon. The Price school has no track team in competition, but will be after its share of glory in the net sport. Heated duels, begun last Saturday in the- Brigham Young university Jaysee events, will be resumed and some interesting engagements are expected. Several Events The tracksters will delay action until 2 p. m. when they will open fire on marks in several events, including including the 220-yard dash and the 220-yard low hurdles. Leon Childears Childears is the lad expected to come up with a new mark in these eveats. The Mesa college boy chalked up the existing mark in both of these events and in the B. Y. U. meet displayed form that should send his record soaring. Leon Holman of Ricks; Ike Hall and John Hickman of Westminster, will continue their heated rivalry in the 120-high hurdles. These boys finished in a dead heat at the Brigham Young carnival. Verl Ashworth Ashworth Is the favorite to cop the half-mile duel. This Parson ace ran a beautiful race in last week's meet and figures heavily to dominate dominate the conference field. Favored in Mile L. Jaussi of Ricks will enter the mile, favored to romp home first. Jaussi is one of the smoothest running running distance men seen in the conference conference for several seasons and with the track right may chalk up a new mark. Maluy of Mesa is figured to dominate dominate the discus field after having chalked up a record-equaling heave in the Provo meet. Hall of Westminster Westminster captured first in the shot and discus in the conference meet last year, but is figured to tag Maluy in the discus and pick up a first in the shot. The Ricks' mile relay team holds the top spot, having scored a victory last Saturday. Westminster's crack 880-yard relay staff will be at full strength and Is favored to bring home the bacon in this department. Lions Club Fetes Cyprus Athletes MAGNA—The annual lettermen's banquet for Cyprus high school athletes, sponsored by the Magna- Garfield Lions club, was held at the high school Thursday evening with B. E. Mix as toastmaster. Guest speakers were Ike Armstrong, Armstrong, University of Utah coach, who gave an interesting tnlk and showed motion pictures of games played by the Redskin football team. Talks were also given by Superintendent Smith, T. P. Brockbank Brockbank and Coaches Magleby and Slater. The following athletes were guests: Mack Jensen, with a letter In football; Tom VaBcnoa, football; Emerson Mccarty, football: Earl Schoenfeld, football and track: Ralph Jones, football: Leon Hales, lootball, basketball and baseball; Welby Rutihton, football and baseball: Max Goodman, Goodman, football and baseball; Marshall McDonald, McDonald, football; Harrv Quftyle. football; Jack. Johnston, football and basketball; John Evana, footbalj and baseball; Jack Downey, football, basketball aud track; Keith Slmmiater, foothill!: Orlo Richards, lootball and baseball: Keith Barton, fool- ball basketball, baseball am] tennis; Ditvltl Ll'tlefleld, football; Don Husbnnrt. football nnd baoketball; Allen Thomas, foottmll; Newell Macltay. football; Georcn Pananlko- las, football; Byron Hownrth. inotbHll. hn«- kelball and baseball; Blalnc Wall, basketball: basketball: Carl Smith, biisketbal nnd bn.«ebnll: David Whipple. huaketball; Pnul Brown, baseball; Rucetie Goodman, baseball; Kenneth Kenneth Wjntt. nape-bull: George Wnlker. basketball, basketball, baseball and track, and Koch! Onishl. football. Special fiueftK were member? of the school hnarrt. Mrs. Krda WiUiams of the J}omr rro- nomics department al Cyprus was in charRe of the- luncheon, while Mrs. .Mabel Angoll had charge oC decorations.