Paul Lindberg in upcoming track race
PREP DMAH STAR- LEADS GROUP OF FAVORITES George Galloway, Brilliant Uintali Performer, to Enter Agaiu With the entry of George Galloway Galloway of Utintah high, one of the most colorful figures seen in prep track circles for some time, assured, interest interest in the annual City creek run, to be held Saturday, is mounting stead- Galloway, who for the past two seasons seasons has been the outstanding figure in all prep and A. A. U. distance races has been training diligently since the close of the basketball season, and his coach, Carl Davis, reports that he is in excellent condition. The only other entrant from the Vernal institution will be a freshman, Sterling Sterling Cook, Davis says. Slarls at 1 p. m. The race will start promptly at 1 P. m. just east of the state capitol building. The course extends up the canyon to the forks, and then down the middle road to Memory grove. Last season the course was shortened shortened by 300 yards and consequently the mark made by Galloway, who captured first place, stands as a record. record. It is 11:46.1 for the two and three-tenths miles. The former record record of 12:45,4 for the old course was established by Leonard Brown of North Summit, in 1929. There are several outstanding dis tance men who are expected to press the Uintsh star, but Rands Willey o Tooele probably is the favorite. Thi slim youngster, Galloway's chief riva throughout his prep career, took firs place in both the 880 and mile run in the region two meet last season and won second in the 880 and third in the mile in the state competition. If Willey places well, Tooele wil have a good chance to win the team prize. Coach Sterling Harris saic Tuesday that he would bring to the meet, in addition to his star, Wai Eckman, Albert Barlow, Jim Leanal ly, Paul Lindberg and Maurice Bar low.