The lack of heavy men in the weight events may cost us the Yale games this year. The fact that few new men are working at these events means a weakness in them for two or three years to come. Ellery H. Clark '96 will be at Soldiers Field every day from 4 to 6 o'clock to give instruction to all who may come out. Every man in the University who weighs 165 pounds or more ought to come to the aid of the track team, so that some good men may be developed for this and the next three years. There are only four or five men now out for the weight events,--a condition that ought not to exist if the students really desire to have the team will against Yale.
Hammer and Shot Men Needed
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