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Harvard Athletes in B. A. A.

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The membership limit of 1200 of the Boston Athletic association was reached about one year ago and since that time seventy-two persons have been admitted whose names have been on the waiting list, in preference to others on account of their athletic abilities. These names include those of many Harvard men, most of whom have recently graduated. The list of those now in Harvard together with recent graduates with the events in which they take part is as follows:

F. W. Austin 2d, for base ball; W. Austin, for sparring; F. G. Balch, for tug-of-war; W. A. Brooks, Jr., for rowing and foot ball; R. W. Boyden, for base ball; A. P. Butler, for rowing and foot ball; F. G. Curtis, for sparring; P. Chase, for tug-of-war; S. V. R. Crosby, for running and foot ball; F. A. Campbell, for base ball; G. P. Cogswell, for running; F. Dana, for sparring; J. D. Davis, for lacrosse; G. L. DeBlois, Jr., for sparring, rowing and tug-of-war; W. H. Edgerly, for base ball; H. G. Foss, for base ball; E. W. Grew, for sparring; C. S. Guild for fencing; X. H. Goodnough, for rowing; W. H. Goodwin, for rowing and running; C. H. Kip, for putting shot; H. W. Keyes, for rowing; F. B. Lund, for jumping; P. Marquand, for sparring; E. A. Pease, for tug-of-war; Presbrey, for tennis and base ball; Q. A. Shaw, Shaw, jr., for tennis; J. H. Slade, Jr., for base ball; L. S. Thayer, for general sports; O. Wadsworth, Jr., for foot ball; R. Wainwright, for sparring.

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