Won the Discus Shot and Javelin and a close second in the long jump.
g Places for Y. The Hawthorne 10 below The off feet. Y. 9.4 Hundred Run With Aid of Wind In Reno Saturday Thrilling Sprints Are Feature of Chico Victory With a strong wind at his back, Bennie Reams flashed through -he 100-yard dash in 9.4 time to lead Chico State's track team to a decisive victory over California Aggies and University of Nevada | on Mackay Field Saturday. Two timers clocked the flying Chicoan in 9.3. Because of the high wind, no record claim will be made. Reams was only a yard ahead of Rhodes (A) and Powers Powers (N). Despite the icy wind and rain rolled up 88 l k. points to take the Chico meet. Aggies were second with 44%, Nevada scoring 29. /Â·Campbell won the shot, discus aid javelin for Chico. Aided by the wind, Frick (A) clipped through the high hurdles in 14.7. Powers Takes 220 Nevada's showing was not as strong as expected. Best local performance was Powers' comeback comeback in the 220. The Sparks Flyer braved the wind to lead to a his rivals to the tape by three yards. Bob Cameron (N) tied lor see- on in the pole vault which was won by Nitta (A) at 11 feet six inces, and took fourth in the high hurdles. Kenny Day won the broad "Photo Finish" In Sprint Race Bennie Reams may have unofficially unofficially tied the world's 100- yard dash record of 9.4 on Mackay field Saturday (helped by the wind), but he did not convincingly defeat his two rivals. At the far rlht is Rhoades, of the Aggies, who leaps over the finish line as Reams breaks the tape. Powers of Nevada throws his arms up, thinking he has won while Bailey of Chicg (far left) is Only a step behind. On the right it appears that Ernie Rodriguez of Nevada is winning as he leads around the corner in the mile. But the little Nevadan led until the last 300 yards, when he was passed by Kostia and Garner of Chico, who are trailing him in the adjoining picture. jump, getting out 21 feet 9% inches inches for Nevada's, other first