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A Coming Harvard Man.

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The eleventh annual field meeting of the New York Interscholastic athletic association was held at the Berkeley Oval last Saturday. The weather was perfect and the games were in every way a success. G. R. Fearing of Cutler's school, competed in five events, breaking four interscholastic records, and thereby practically winning the cup for his school. He first won the half-mile in 2 minutes, 5 1-5 seconds, then the 120 yards hurdle race (hurdles 3 feet) in 16 2-5 seconds, next the high jump, 5 feet, 8 1-2 inches; and lastly the quarter-mile run in 54 1-5 seconds. He also won the second prize in putting the shot. The credit of this performance can best be estimated by recalling the fact that there is at present no athlete at any of the colleges who can equal it. Fearing enters Harvard next year, and should be a valuable addition to the Mott Haven team.

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