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hard luck, falling over the Inst hurdle
when he had second assured nnd por-
haps would have won first. '
Nebraska won tho moot by tho Bcoro
of 54 to 44, defeating Minnesota in
track for the Hecond time, tho latter
having lost to tho CornhuBkcrs nt
Lincoln in the spring of 1001.
Tho work of the' men on the loam
wjib moHt gratifying, showing great
improvement over a week ago and
promising still belter results for tho
future. Morgan ran a beautiful race
in the mile, breaking the University
record by over seven seconds and
winning without any dlfllculty. Alden
did a similar trick In the two-mile,
breaking the University record by a
big margin nnd could have doubtless
dono belter had ho bdon pushed. Ban
man deserves high praise for his
nervy work and should make a most
valuable man in the future.
Benedict did excellent work, run
ning the half-mile in fast time and
then almost immediately going into
the quarter and pushing the Minnesota
man hard in this. Some of tho men
in the long runs who did not win
places deservo much credit for their
very valuable assistance in breaking
the wind and setting tho pace for
their team-mates. Benedict, Morgan,
McMasters and Perry won their N's
for the first time in this meet.
Following Is the summary of
120-yard hurdles Woodrlck, Minne
sota, flrst; D. F. McDonald, Nebraska,
second. Time, :1G 1-5.
Discus throw Ittncr, Minnesota,
first; Vita, Minnesotu, second. Dis
tance, 106 feet, 8 inched.
100-yard dash Dougherty, Ne
braska, first; Burruas, Nebraska, sec
ond. Time, 10 1-5.
Half-mile run Benedict, Nebraska,
first; Morgan, Nebraska, second. Time
Hammer throw Vita, Minnesota,
first; Woller, Nebraska, second. Dis
tance, 122 feet 4 inches.
440-yard run Mortlnson, Minnesota,
first; Benedict, Nebraska, second.
220-yard hurdlCB Woodrlch, Minne
sota, firet; Van Voost, Minnesota, sec
ond. Time, :2G 1-5.
Pole vault McMasters and MacDon
ald of Nebraska tied for first. Height,
9 feet G Inches.
Shot put Weller, Nebraska, first;
Ittner, Minnesota, second. Distance,
High jump Knode, Nebrasita, first;
Burruss, Nebraska, and Norcross,
'Minnesota, tied for secqnd. Height,
5 feet 7 inches.
Mile run Morgan, Nebraska, Hist;
Davis, Nebraska, seqond. Time, 4:35.
220-yard dash Dougherty, Minneso
ta, first; Burruss, Nebraska, seeynd.
Two-mile run Alden, Nebraska.
first; Bauman, Nebraska, sacon'..
Broad Jump Perry, Nebraska, fist;
Norcross, Minnesota, second. Distance,
20 feet, Jl inches.
Total Nebraska 54, Minnesota 44.
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scliQlarship in Bcono;nlcs, was on the;
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years, and has been' teaching English
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