o T T A W A R E L A Y S HEAVE HO! — There's action everywhere you look at Ottawa Relays which continue today on Cook Field at Ottawa University. Here, Larry Dykes, Highland Park High, Topeka, heaves shot put. This and other pictures on this page were taken during Class AA events yesterday. (Herald Photos by Dick Crawford) » » '-.A. -t* GET YOUR TICKETS — Relays arc sponsored by Ottawa Chamber of Commerce, Ottawa High' and Ottawa University, so you'll find representatives from each on the job. Here, Ottawa High Principal W. P. Shepard hands ticket to 5-year-old Lori Lopez, Leavenworth, here to watch her brother in track meet COME ON, JOHNNY —Among spectators were Mrs. Denver Carver and daughter, Lori, 4, watching Mrs. Carver's son, Johnny, Turner High, in race. NOW ALL HE HAS TO DO IS FALL-Ken Adams, Offevville, tinuc this afternoon with fe* hi Classes A and B. clears 10-foot vault mark with inches to spare. Relays will con- WHERE'S THE FIRE? — A-huffing and a-puffing, Class AA runners round the track. HERE'S HOW THEY LOOK IN PRESSBOX - Al Brox (left), S28 S. Main, and P. K. Worley, 828 E. 17th Terrace, announce events from pressbqx. Al is Ottawa High teacher; W Ottawa High guidance counselor.
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