The University cross-country team will have its first dual race of the season with Cornell on Saturday morning. The run will be held over the new 6 1-2 mile Belmont course and will start at 11.30 in the morning. The first five men on each team will score. The entries are as follows: Harvard--F. H. Blackman '14, R. St. B. Boyd '14, A. R. Boynton '14, W. Edgar '16; K. E. Fuller '16, A. J. de Gozzaldi '14, H. G. MacLure '15, W. A. Peckham '14, C. Southworth '15, E. P. Stone 15, W. M. Tugman, Jr., '14, B. V. Zamore '15; Cornell--A. G. Cadiz '15, J. M. Frederiksen '14, J. S. Hoffmire '16, W. Kent '15, H. S. Kinsley '14, J. L. McGobrick '14, D. J. Potter, Jr., '16, C. L. Speiden '15, E. I. Tinkham '16, J. C. Ward, Jr., '14. The Cornell team left Ithaca last night and is expected to arrive in town this forenoon.
FIRST DUAL RACE SATURDAY
University Cross-Country Team to Run Cornell Over New Belmont Course.--Teams Picked.
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