During the summer no action was taken by the Intercollegiate Amateur Athletic Association of America on the case of W. A. Schick '05 of the University track team. Schick was protested at the intercollegiate meet in New York on the ground that he had taken part in open track games before entering College, and was therefore ineligible during his Freshman year. After the meet the executive committee of the I. C. A. A. A. A. met in New York to decide on the protest, but as one member was absent and a tie vote resulted, no decision was possible. It is not yet known when the matter will be acted on finally.
No Action in Schick Cace.
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