With the Middlebury meet only five days away, Coach Farrell is starting more intensive training for the University cross-country team. Today a fast three mile workout will be held, probably on the Freshman track on Soldiers Field. Though this fast workout is distinctly not a time trial, it is expected that Coach Farrell will base his choice for Friday's meet largely on today's results.
Of the ten men who will run, five are sure of their positions, Captain W. L. Chapin '25, H. R. Cutcheon '25, W. L. Tibbetts '26, LeB. R. Barker '26, and B. E. Swede '27, Freshman captain last year.
Today the first of the dormitory cross-country races will take place. There will be two more later and the dormitory which wins the most points in these three races will enhance its chances for the Dormitory Athletic Cup.
In talking with a CRIMSON reporter, Coach Farrell emphasized the fact that inexperienced men are at no disadvantage. To illustrate his point, he mentioned that Cutcheon and Chapin, two of the best track men in the University, had no experience before they reported for Freshman cross-country.
HARRIERS TO RACE TIGERS OCT. 29It has been definitely decided by Coaches W. J. Bingham '16 and E. L. Farrell that the University Cross-Country team
HARRIERS HOLD LIGHT WORKOUTUniversity and Freshman cross-country squads went through a light workout, jogging around the field yesterday afternoon, with several additional candidates
COBURN WILL NOT RUN AGAINST MIDDLEBURYWith Captain A. L. Coburn '24 of the University cross-country team out for ten days on account of a pulled
CROSS-COUNTRY CANDIDATES USE ALUM TO TOUGHEN FEETAlum dissolved in water is prescribed by Coach E. L. Farrell of the University cross-country team to toughen the soles
HARVARD FINISHES SECOND IN INTERCOLLEGIATE RUNNew York, November 24.--The University harriers placed second in the Intercollegiate cross-country meet in New York City this afternoon, thereby