The Wells Cup race held in the Stadium yesterday afternoon was won by H. W. Kelley '11, with a handicap of 5 yards, in 51 seconds. L. Watson '10, with 10 yards handicap, and F. M. de-Selding '10, with 5 yards handicap, came in second and third respectively. The race started slowly and Kelley led after the first turn. Merrihew, who was the only man starting from scratch, could not overtake the three leaders, but finished a close fourth.
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