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HARES AND HOUNDS.

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About forty men started in the hares and hounds yesterday. The hares ran a course across the Cambridge common, up to the Botanic Garden, down Fayer-weather street and across the Lowell place to the marshes; after visiting all the ice-houses and barns in the neighborhood, they ran across into Brighton, through the marshes on that side of the river, and finally swam the river above the Brighton abattoir. The hounds used a plank in crossing the river, but lost some time at that place. The hares left their bags in the marsh, where they were finally found by the hounds. The finish in front of Matthews was reached by the hares thirty-one minutes in advance of the first hound. Root, '85, was the first hound in, the rest closely following. G. E. Lowell, '83, was whipper-in. S. Coolidge, '83, and Walker, '84, were the hares.

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