SPiGILE SCHOOL ra m title Fast Men Will Enter State Meet; Athletes of Much Promise. Special to The Tribune. SPRING VILLE, Feb. 27. Not content con-tent with its great showing In basketball basket-ball this year the Springville High school athletes, under Coach Henry Rose, is preparing for a state championship champion-ship in track. Moreover, the Utah county "boys soom to have a rare chance ; to realize their hopes. Springville, which bas been noted since it was a high school for develop- ' ing- sprinters, is still on the .map in this respect. The school has four good sprinters this vear. two of whom are in a class with Creed Haymond, who ran for Springville two years aqn and is now with the University of Utah. Hartman and Weight are tho two best bets. Hartman took first in. the 22U sprints last year, although he had only a short timc'in which to prepare for the , race. F. "Weight did not compete in the state meet last year, owing to an attack of quinsy, but in previous years he has run neck and neck with Hart-man Hart-man and TTaymnnd. Brown and Carter aro the other two members of the quar-j quar-j tette. They with the two veterans I should make an excellent combination for any relay team. ! Starting with the sprinters the Spring- j ville team boasts strength in the follow- : ing departments: I In the 440, F. "Weight is one of the ! fastest men in the state. He was in the state meet of two years ago and came in at the finish ten feet behind Hay-! Hay-! mond. Havniond that vear. set up a 'state record for the 440. Brown will i probably be his running mate in this ; j race. j In the high jump, F. Weight and : j Clyde are two capable athletes. They j j can leap about 5 feet 8 inches, which ! j is enough to score when the Dixie lad, i I Larsen, is not competing. Larsen this i year is not in high school athletics, hav- I ing gone to the B. Y. U. I In the broad jump, Hartman has made 1 21 feet 7 inches. This distance is enough j to score in almost any meet. Hartman ! last year jumped only 19 feet 9 inches, j but that failure was attributed to stage frieht, it being his lirst state meet. Moreover. Hartman was exhausted from a trying Thespian career as a lead singer in a" Springville opera. Theatrical work is not conducive to good athletic training, train-ing, so Hartman thinks, and as a result he will avoid the glare of the stage lamps this season. The polo vault is cared for bv W. Weight, a brother of the other athlete. F. Weight. Weight is said to be good for eleven feet with the pole. With the absence of the Murdock star and Hamilton of Granite, Weignt should bo able at least to win a seconclplace, it is figured. Tay of West Side High school of Salt Lake is figured as the other high man in this event. The weights are handled by Tew and Dibble. Tew throws the discus fairly well and has put the shot forty-two feet. Dibble works on the shot and hammer throw. He is a new man and has not been tried out much, but is said to have much ability. Coach Rose will start his men on the track immediately after the close of the basketball season. Springville fans are enthusiastic over their basketball team this season? and expect to excel even its record m track; Their high school baseball club, which won the Utah coun-tv coun-tv championship last year, will not be a slouch, either, as almost every man, including in-cluding Pitchers Hartman and Roy-'ance, Roy-'ance, has returned to school this year.