Andy Menzie on Track Team at Shurtleff 1932
THURSDAY. £tief f Track Team on Invasion Of Teachers'Field tfood Takes Squad of Lettermen To Charleston Eastern Teachers ih the initial meet of the season. n will be the Pioneers' second Ji4m of the year into the camp if the SWtem Teachers. Two Mb iff co « cl1 WBlter Wood ttnd Su mm brought home a 13-5 vic- Srvln baseball. Wood has several h.M>hflll olayrrs entered In tomor- ewSts. including Bill Nlcolet, -hitting second baseman who ues the main batting punch for Pioneers' diamond team; Har- Si Waller, pitcher, and Dave Tall- m»n and Andy Menzie, outfielders. just how his cinder path athletes will perform tomorrow under fire remaps to be found out, but ' out of » squad of 17 making the trip, to Charleston, Wood has eight lettermen lettermen from last year, giving him i fairly well seasoned team. The husky-bull* Tallman whose power Is displayed in the weights Is captain captain of the Pioneer team. Among the other lottermen from iwt season who will be seen in action action Friday for the first time are: Bill Nlcolet, Leonard Davis, Gene Qulllen, Andy Menzie, Allen Rlehl, Bill Hawker and "Chuck" Connors. Wood made up his entry list for tomorrow's meet as follows: 100 yard dash — Connors, Pavls Hid Meyers. 300 yard dash — Connors, Davis and Meyers. 400-Connors and Meyers. 880—Rlehl and QuiUen. Mile—Stampe, Hill and Markun- tos, High hurdles—Abbott and Waller. ( low hurdles—Abbott and Waller. High jump—Abbott, Waller and Bully. Running broad jump — Abbott, Menzie. Javelin—Nicolet, Hawker, Menzie. Discus—Tallman, Qulllen, Menzls and Judd. Shot—Tallman, Quillen, Menzie and Judd, Pole vault—Duffy, Abbott and Waller. Shurtleff's half mile relay • team >il! be composed of Connors, Davis, Meyers, Mid Menzie.