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Editors Daily Crimson:

In Friday's issue of the CRIMSON the time for the start of the first hare and hounds run was announced as 4.25. Was not that a misprint? The runs have heretofore always been started at 3.30. Even as early in the season as this it grows dark at 5.15, thus giving no chance for a good run if started at the time originally stated. If 4.25 was a misprint it will doubtless be corrected. If not, will not the H. A. A. start the run at the usual time as it will insure a good run and enough men will always show up at 3.30 to make the run a success.

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