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Yale's Chances for the Mott Haven Cup.

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T. G. Shearman, Yale '89, who has been taking a post graduate course at Yale, has recently left college. For the past four years Shearman has been a prize winner at the intercollegiate games and this year Yale expected him to win the pole vault and the broad jump. With Sherrill in the dashes and Elcock in the hammer and shot contests, Yale was thought to have a good chance for five firsts. Now, however, the prospect is not so bright, as Carey of Princeton will prove a formidable opponent in the dashes, and as Janeway of Princeton has recently beaten Elcock at the weights.

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