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The H. U. Cycling Association will Hold a race meet open to all the colleges and the B. A. A. either the last week in October or the first week in November. They will also hold one, probably two, road races some time this fall.
The new men training for the meet are Olmstead, '94, Taylor, '94, Norton, '93, Hawes, '93, Simpson, '93. Of these Olmstead was the winner of the interscholastic mile at the H. U. C. A. meet last spring. Simpson is a good road rider and gives promise of making a good track man. Taylor won the B. A. A. open road race (25 miles) out of a field of 44 starters in the phenominal time of 1 hour, 33 minutes. Norton is an entirely new man, brother of Norton, '85, who was a record holder. Hawes is a strong man who finished seventh in the B. A. A. 25 mile race and the handicap race at the Harvard meeting.
These men are already in training and several more will be out soon. A meeting of the association was held last night, but no business was done because there was not a quorum present.
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