ASSOCIATION OUTLINES SEASON
Plans and Rules for Coming Intercollegiate Fencing Bouts.
At a meeting of the Intercollegiate Fencing Association held in New York recently, the rules for the coming season were considered, and other matters taken up. It was decided that no graduate student is to be allowed to fence on any of the teams in the Association. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology was admitted to the Association, to take the place of Williams, which has withdrawn. Arrangements for the preliminaries of the Intercollegiate tournament, which will take place in March, were made as follows: Harvard, Bowdoin and Technology will meet in Boston, Columbia, Cornell, and Yale in New York, and Pennsylvania, Princeton, and Navy at Annapolis.
Five or six men on each side will take part in the University's first match, against Bowdoin on January 15, to give Coach Leslabay a chance to judge the material and select a team for the next contest with the Navy. This will probably be on January 30.