In the hare and hounds run yesterday afternoon the hares' time at the start was reduced to five minutes, and they were required to come in twelve minutes ahead of the first hound in order to win. H. A. Davis, '91, and A. Blake, '93, the hares, left the gymnasium at 4.06. About twenty hounds, under T. P. King, '91, as master, followed the trail, which ran almost in a circle around Harvard Square, across back yards to the North Cambridge claypits, and down the Fitchburg track to Porter's Station. They lost time on the many doubles, and did not return to the gymnasium until 5.26, twenty-three minutes later than the hares, who thus won the hunt. The run in from the break was a close contest between J. Mauley, '93, G. Lowell, '92 and F. F. Carr, M. S., who finished in the order named.
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