The protest against Schick, which was entered by Yale to prevent his competing in the intercollegiate games, will be decided at a meeting of the Executive Committee of the I. C. A. A. A. A. in New York on Saturday, June 14. Schick's eligibility is fairly certain to be established as he was a member of one of the three competing athletic clubs three months before the meet and had paid his membership dues.
Schick Protest Decision.
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