At the meeting of the I. C. A. A. A. A., held in New York on Saturday night, no decision was reached in regard to the protest against Schick in the intercollegiate games. Representatives from Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Pennsylvania were present, but owing to the absence of G. H. Hooker, of Cornell, the fifth member of the Executive Committee, the vote resulted in a deadlock. L.P. Frothingham '02 of the Executive Committee and T. Gerrish '01 of the Advisory Committee represented Harvard.
Schick Protest Undecided.
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