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BAKER, UNION, LA GRANDE,
AND PENDLETON TEAMS.
Those of the Pendleton High School
Who Are Training for the Event
Pendleton Won Honors for Past
Extensive preparations aro being
made for the third annual track
meeting of tho inter-scholastic track
teams of Eastern Oregon, which is
to be held at Baker City on the 26th
instant The first of these track
meets was held in "Weston two years
ago, the second in Pendleton one year
Four teams were in competition at
these meetings, one from the Eastern
Oregon State Normal, at Weston,
and one from each of the high schools
at Baker City, Union and Pendleton.
This year Weston will not bo repre
sented for some reason, and La
Grande will take its place so that
four teams will compete again. Pen
dleton won the honors at both the
former meetings and if she should be
so lucky as to be the best team in
the field this season and win the sil
ver cup, emblematic of the champion
ship, it will be her's for good, for
it becomes tho property of a team
after having been won three consec
At present there are 13 aspirants
for positions on tho Pendleton high
school team and much interest is be
ing manifested in the approaching
event. The boys of tho school have
had the advantage of training in ath
letics under Roy Conklin, one of the
best athletic instructors in the state,
and his work has been effective in
bringing them to the front in athletic
Since last year the team has lost
four of its valuable members, thy
dropping out of school. They are:
Jim Myrlck, who was a sprinte' in
short distances; Jim Dupuis, whu
was hard tp beat on the half-mile
run; Mart Moorhouse, the hurdler,
and Will Hessian, who was a runner
of considerable ability.
Robert Cronin is captain of the
team, not yet 19 years of age, but
he is the best all-round athlete in
Eastern Oregon. Ho plays full back
in the football team, pitches for the
baseball club, plays hand ball, and is
practicing at putting the shot. He
participated In the recent events at
Whitman college and won the shot
put contest against several teams of
that part of the Inland Empire. He
also won tho running broad jump,
the running high jump, and second
place in the pole vault contest. He
will enter in all of these contests at
Baker and Is sure to carry off some or
Will Wyridk, is showing up quite
well as a sprirter, and will accom
pany the team to Baker City. He is
showing well in practice and took
third place in the 100-yard dash at
Whitman Friday, as well as
third in the 220-yard dash. Those
who witnessed these races say that
Wyrick was "pocketed" in both' of
these races and would have undoubt
edly come out second best, if not
best, had he had a show.
Harry Taylor is the fast man In the
team on a bicycle. He captured the
gold medals last year in the half-mile
and mile bicycle races and it is con
fidently expected by his comrades
that he will repeat tho performance
Dell McCarty is another sprinter
that is gaining considerable notice,
and he will be in the foot races. He
did splendid work in the meet of
1900 and 1901, and is showing up
better this year.
Lester Cronin, a brother of Robert
Cronin, is practicing to take part in
the high jump and he is making an
Sam Neil is practicing for the
broad jump and will also enter the
Olin Arnspiger hopes to win fame
in the shot put and hammer throw
ing contest. He is developing con
siderable skill at these sports.
Fred Hartman is practicing for the
quarter-mile run and middle distan
ces. He is developing into a sprinter
of no' little ability.
Roy Leezer will take part in the
long events. He is practicing for the
quarter, half and mile races and will
probably be one in the four-mile hur
dle race. He won second place in
the 440 and 880-yard races at Whit
man last Friday,
Tom Vaughan and Fred Milne are
getting ready for this event and will
enter several of tho races but which
ones has not yet been determined.
They are both maMng good records.
Se Williams is booked for the hur
dles and long distance races and will
take part hi these with Roy Leezer.
Ed Jay is also out for honors in
the bicycle races and will enter with
Taylor. He is developing good speed.
In the evening, after the racei
meet, will occur the oratorical con
test, which will be entered by one
person from each school. This con
test will determine which school has
the best talent in this lino. The Pen
dleton high school will hold It3 con
test in a few days to determine who
shall represent the school.
In addition to those going, to take
part In the contests, quite a delega-
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fall of the local high school students.
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May 15th, when tho books will be
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circle over cross and a bay mare,
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