That the inter-class contests in track athletics were a decided success and ought to be continued in the future was clearly demonstrated yesterday afternoon by the close competition in the various events and the interest manifested by the large crowd of spectators. There was only one thing to mar the thorough enjoyment of everyone at the meeting, and that was the unfortunate accident to one of the riders in the bicycle race-an accident which can be easily averted in the future, and which in this case, happily, is not at all serious. One record was broken, presaging, we hope, victory in the same event at the Mott Haven games. Indeed the result of this meeting was such that it gives good reason to suppose that with the proper amount of care and training the Mott Haven team should bring the cup back to its old resting place, from which it has unwillingly strayed for a short vacation.
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