About twenty men started from Matthews, in spite of the fact that no prizes were to be awarded. The course lay over Boylston St. to Allston, across the river towards Mt. Auburn, then in a westerly direction, coming out on the Watertown road near the Polo Grounds. Thence across the fields to the north shore of Fresh Pond, and skirting the shore back to Brattle St., where the break was made. Part of the course lay through marshy ground, whereby the hounds succeeded in soaking their paws. Master of the hounds, A. B. Robinson, '87; Hares, Baldwin and Dean, '88. First hound in, Dana, '88; second, Baldwin, '90. The hares won by sixteen minutes.
Hare and Hounds.
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