Darrell Maluy competes in track meet.
Jay see Teams Poise For B.Y.U. Tourney Ricks Expected to Put Powerful Squad In Action; Parsons Drill for Affair Intermountain junior college tracksters will come into the melight Friday and Saturday when they make the annual trek to rovo for the. Brigham Young university invitation track meet and \\~ *•relay carnival. Tigers Snare Track Duel At Pocatello Tribune Intermountain Service POCATBLLO—Four records went ito the discard and a fifth was ed as Idaho Southern, Ricks col- ge and Albion Norma! college aced one, two, three Saturday in ' e second triangular meet held ' the schools. Weather conditions were fair, the ky being cloudy and an intermit- ent wind hit the runners head-on. Idaho Southern ran up 112 points L its second, demonstration of :rength, Ricks garnered 29 for sec- nd place and Albion scored 18 xrints. The summary: 3.00-yard dash—Burrell, Hall, Cutler, aho Southern. :10. 220-yard dash—Burrell, Idalio Souther Jaussi, Ricks; Bassett, Mclson, Idaho luthern. :22.0. 440-yard dash—Koman, Idaho Southern Jauusl, Ricks; Dale Dunn, Idaho South- n; Rice. Albion. :51.a. Half-mile run—Homan, Idaho Southern; Incklcy, Ricks; Warner, Curran, Idaho outhern. 2:04. Mile run—Kerfoot, Idaho Southern: J. atissi, Ricks; Koylc, Albion; Gooch, Idaho uthcrn. 4 -.44. Two-mile run—Tom Dunn, Idaho South n: McCloy. Albion; Parker, Roberts, Icks. 10:30.6. High hurdles—Garst. Turner. Idaho outhern; Hoiman,-Hill. Ricks. :16.3. Low hurdles—Hall, Idaho Southern; Hol- Rn. Ricks. :27,5. Broad jump—-Merkley. Ayre, Idaho South- n; Wilkes, Ricks; Patrick. Albion. 20 teet •') inches. High jump—Morris, Idaho Southern; enry, Turner. Brown, Packard, Idaho outhcrn, tied for second. 5 tcct 8 inches. Discus—Patrick, Albion; Peterson anrt el son, Idaho Southern, tied for second rloy, Idaho Southern. 118 feet 7 inches. Javelin—Ayres, Idaho Southern; Patrick, ibfon; Hoiman, Ricks; Kl«venow, Idaho outhern. 168 feet 1 inch. Pole vault—Gentry, Hutchlnson, Packard, aho Southern; Gorringe, Albion. 11 feet inches. Shot put—Peterson, Erley, Idaho South- n; Patrick, Albion; Carlyle, Idaho South- 11. 41 feet 1 Vi Inches. Half-mile relay—Idaho Southern (Bur- 11 ,Cutler, Garst, Hall). 1:33.7. Mile relay (for time only, no points) — daho Southern (Bassett, Warner, Dunn, oman). 3:42. tirown, ~ reen, harvard Cops Races Crew CAMBRIDGE, Mass., April 22 </P) —Harvard's powerful rowing fleet pened its season Saturday by mak- ng a clean sweep of the four Heney-distance Heney-distance races that comprise< ! Rowc memorial regatta program n the Charles river. The Crimson varsity eight, unde- eated last season when it won the astern intercollegiate sprint title wept down the mile and five-six eenths of water ii) 6 minutes, 42 econds to finish six and a hal ngths ahead of the Rutgers eight vhich overtook M. I. T. at the riree-quarter mark to place secone y two and a half lengths. The Engineers were third, a deck head of the Boston university rew, making its first competithn tart since that sport was placei n the Terriers' approved list. The Crimson sweepers were neve hallenged. Vavy Oarsmen Trim Tiger Crews ANNAPOLIS, Md., April 22 (fP)— Vavy unveiled two smooth-strokin crews Saturday in defense of it 038 intercollegiate rowing cham )ionship, defeating Princeton's var ity and junior varsity in clos races. The varsity eked out a three quarter length win from a stubbor At all schools tracksters are work- ng diligently for the Provo test. At Weber, Ferron Losee is drilling is charges in all departments and gures to' have a top flight troupe eady for Friday. Westminster is champing at the it with Ike Hall, captain; Verl shworth, 'Victor Hampshire, Gail Bill Dick Simmons, Freedell Spangler and John [ickman showing prospects of wining wining points in their respective spe- ialties. bikings Ready Mentor Clyde Packer of the Ricks /ikings reports that his team is arin' to go. Norman Hoiman, Cliff nd Ferd Jaussi, Woodrow Wilkes, . L. Jaussi, Lund Stuki, Keith Robrts, Robrts, Kay Pinnock, Richard Hill, <ewis Neuterman, Morris Parkinson nd Eldon Hinkley are all top-rank- ng performers and the Vikings are ^ line to bag an ample share of onors. Stuki is counted on in the 100 and 20 yard dashes, as are Kay Pin- ock, Ferd Jaussi and Woodrow Vilkes. In the 440 Ferd Jaussi, eitli Roberts and J. L. Laussi will ncet all comers, while Jaussi, Robrts Robrts and Eldon Hinkley will assume he burden in the 880. Eldon Parker, L. Jaussi and Hinkley are down or the mile run, Norman Hoiman, peedy little timber-topper, will take up the attack in both hurdle races, ssisted by Richard Hill. Hill will ilso enter the high jump along with iVilkes. Hoiman and Wilkes will see ction in the broad jump. The bur- en of proof of Viking supremacy n the weights will rest on the brawny shoulders of Cliff Jaussi, vith Hoiman taking a fling in the avelin event. Two crack relay quads are also being groomed at he Viking school. Mesa college Mavericks are pin- ling their hopes on Leon Childears and Willard Lewis, lettermen from ast year's squad. Childears is the resent holder of the conference ecord in the 220 and low hurdles and will be out to clinch his hold >n those marks. Lewis will contrib- ite to Maverick efforts in the prints and 440. Darrell Maluy is outed to garner points in the veights, having particular designs on the existing javelin record. Albion Panthers at Albion, Idaho, will come into the Brigham Young affair comparatively untried due in arge part to the fact that they have md little outdoor practice because of of inclement weather. stock soared last week, Panther however, with the return of Paul McCloy present holder of the intermoun- ain junior college mile record 4:40.7, and a strong contender in :he half milo and two-mile races Hyde Cramer, of Glenns Ferry, also returned to school. Cramer holds the southern Idaho discus record of 133 "eet and is also an able shot anc iavelin man. Untoutcd Schools Snow and Dixie colleges are expected expected to field strong squads, bul outstanding material at these institutions institutions is lacking and their strength is entirely a speculative matter. Branch Aggies are also expected expected to have a formidable representation representation in the Provo meet, bul definite word of their strength ha? not been received. Carbon college, Utah's newest jay see school, will not have a representation representation in the track race this year it was reported by Keith Wangs gard, coach at the Price institution Following the opener at B. Y. U. the jnysce athletes will convem again May 6 In Salt Lake City fo the annual Intermountain junio college conference which will bi held at the University of Utah sta dium.