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Until recently it was expected that the college athletic associations would continue their connection with the North American Amateur Athletic Association and enter as usual in their coming games. At the meeting, however, of the intercollegiate delegates, held in New York on Saturday, at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, it was unanimously agreed to withdraw from the N. A. A. A. A. The delegates wish it to be understood that their action is not to be construed as approving or disapproving of the principles of any other association. The following officers were elected: President, J. M. Hallowell of Harvard; vice-president, J. P. Cullen of Lehigh University; secretary, J. W. Ponder of Swarthmore, Pa.; treasurer, F. P. Snodgrass of Lafayette college; executive committee, M. Baks, Columbia; I. Doremus, College of the City of New York; T. F. Bayard of Yale; J. E. Danegre of Princeton.

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