The hare and hounds run yesterday wac delayed by the neglect of the H. A. A. to provide paper for scent. When the hares, H. A. Davis, 91, and J. Manley, '93, finally started, it was already growing dark. About thirty hounds, under T. P. King, '91, as master, followed the trail to the Longfellow estate and back to Norton's woods, and there were thrown off by a double. They could not find the scent again on account of darkness, and returned, G. Lowell, '92, coming in first. The hares won the hunt as they continued through Somerville, North Cambridge, and Dublin, breaking at the Observatory, a distance of about five miles. The hunts ought to be started earlier to be satisfactory.
Hare and Hounds.
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