By Recommendation of Executive Committee. At Philadelphia in 1910.

New York, N.Y., February 26, 1909.--At a meeting of the Intercollegiate Amateur Athletic Association of America, held in New York tonight, the executive committee recommended that the intercollegiate track meet be held in Cambridge; and that the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Bowdoin and the University of Virginia be admitted to membership. These recommendations will go before the Convention tomorrow for final approval.

It was also recommended by the executive committee that the intercollegiate meet be held in Philadelphia in 1910, and either in Syracuse or New Haven in 1911; also that a team of 20 men be allowed to enter the intercollegiate cross-country run, seven to run, and five to count.