RELAY RACES TODAY.
Intercollegiate Contests at Philadelphia--Chances of Victory Good.
The intercollegiate relay races under the auspices of the University of Pennsylvania will be held at Franklin Field, Philadelphia, this afternoon. Harvard will compete in all three races, the one, two and four mile. In the mile race the chances of victory are very good, as the team is very fast and evenly balanced. The two-mile team is not quite so strong, but all the men can run the distance in creditable time and should make a good showing. In the four-mile race the prospects are not very bright, as none of the men have shown more than average speed.
The following teams are entered:
One-mile--1, Pennsylvania; 2, Notre Dame; 3, Harvard; 4, Yale; 5, Georgetown.
Two-mile--1, Yale; 2, Columbia; 3, Harvard; 4, Villanova; 5, Pennsylvania; 6, Princeton.
Four-mile--1, Yale; 2, Wisconsin; 3, Pennsylvania; 4, Princeton; 5, Harvard.
The Harvard teams are composed as follows:
One-mile--Willis, Schick, Rust, Lightner, Fry (sub.)
Two-mile--DuBois, Behr, Adams, Boynton, Walsh (sub.)
Four-mile -- Grew, Foster, Buffum, Mills, Pownall (sub.)