The annual fall handicap track games will be held in the Stadium on Friday October 28. The events to be contested will be the same as last year, except that in the weight events the 16-pound shot and the 16-Pound hammer will be used instead of the 12-pound weights; and a 220-yards dash will be added to the list of events. Blue-books for the entries will be placed in the Locker Building and at Leavitt & Peirce's Monday. Cups will be given, for first and second places in each event, as last year, and there will be no entrance fee. Men desiring to enter must take a strength test. The following is a complete list of the events: 100-yard dash, 220-yard dash, 440-yard run, 880-yard run, mile run, two mile run, 120-yard high hurdles, 120-yard low hurdles, running high jump, running broad jump, pole-vault, 16-pound shot-put, 16-pound hammer-throw.
Handicap Track Games October 28
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