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Yale Fall Sports.

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Yale's fall games will occur on the afternoon of October 20. That these games may be especially successful, a number of events open to all amateurs will be added to the regular list. The prizes are to be gold and silver medals. Although the runners of the Manhattan Athletic Club will be debarred from entering, since the games are to be run under the rules of the Amateur Athletic Union, yet there will be many entries from the other New York clubs. An entrance fee of fifty cents should be sent by each man for each event to C. H. Sherrill, 235 Durfee. The following events are open to all amateurs, all being handicaps: 120-yards dash, 300-yards run, 600-yards run, 120-yards hurdle, running high jump, steeple chase of three-fourths of a mile (scratch). Other events will be open to members of the University.

The following officers have been selected: Referee, W. H. Seward, L. S.; judges, W. H. Ludington, '87, A. A. Stagg, T. S., C. H. Sherrill, '89; timers, W. C. Dole, A. B. Coxe, '87, G. H. Davison, '88 S.; measurers-H. F. Walker, '89; L. B. Gawtry, '89 S., A. H. Moen, '89 S.; marshals, G. B. Richards, T. S., Howland Hoadley, '89, W. H. Rockwell, '89, H. J. Sage, '89; clerk of course, J. S. Huntington, '90; starter, M. Murphy.

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