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Roxbury Latin School Athletic Meeting.

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The Roxbury Latin School Athletic Association hold their winter sports on February 22, in the M. I. T. Gymnasium, and this year the management have decided to give prizes in three open handicap events. This is quite an innovation but they mean to make it a successful one if possible. The sports come on a holiday so that a large crowd is hoped for. The contests in the closed events, especially in sparring, have in previous years, always been interesting, though not very scientific, and this year with the added attraction of the open events, for which several Harvard men have already signified their intention of entering, the boys do not see why they cannot make their meeting as successful as the Tech. sports. They even hope to secure entries from Yale, and from Exeter, Andover, and other schools and colleges. They also hope to get a number of entries from men who have before not had a chance to enter any reputable sports, for strange as it may seem, this is almost the first meetings in Boston that has not been limited to particular clubs, although open meeting are held almost weekly in New York and other cities. The meeting is to be a ladies' day, for though there is to be sparring there is no danger that it will be too rough.

Harvard men should encourage such meetings as these as much as possible, for it is out of these schools that the material for future 'varsity teams is to be drawn.

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