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today. I just wanted to stay with Joe Savage and finish second to him." Savage, of course, is considered considered one of the top 880 runners in the country and holds the national indoor and state outdoor marks for the distance. Romero, co-holder co-holder co-holder of the all-time all-time all-time South Jersey mark, impressed upstate observe rs with his determination and strong second-place second-place second-place finish. AL BAYRICK of Cin-naminson Cin-naminson Cin-naminson was lost in the shj$lc in the second race of the day and finished a great career on a sour note. A short youth, Baybick apparently was lost behind another runner runner as he crossed the line in the 100-yard 100-yard 100-yard trials and was not placed. Most sideline observers felt Baybick was either second or third and several runners offered offered the same opinion, but Baybick's pleas went for naught. The officials, though, did another fine job overall and the meet, like the three-in-one three-in-one three-in-one three-in-one three-in-one state eliminations last week, was well-planned well-planned well-planned and well-run. well-run. well-run. THE speedy sophomore Alexander twins from Florence tried different roads, but both failed to win medals. Dale, the 220-yard 220-yard 220-yard dash man, was forced to run in deep water in his race and was just a step off the pace. Don, the 440 runner, got a slow start and tried to take the higher middle road to victory, but was one man off the medal list.