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The Mott Haven Games.

Cambridge, Dec. 17, 1890. To the Editors of the Crimson:


Allow me to correct an unfortunate statement in yesterday morning's CRIMSON.

The request of the Harvard Athletic Association to be granted permission to compete in the games of the I. C. A. A., to be held in New York on the last Saturday in May, 1891, came before the committee on the regulation of athletic sports at its regular monthly meeting last Monday evening. This request was not refused. But a committee of two was appointed to confer with the Executive Committee of the H. A. A.

I may say for the committee on athletics with great confidence that it will take no step that will injure the track and field sports that are the special charge of the H. A. A. Any step that would lessen interest in training for these events would be an injury. No such step has been taken.

Respectfully yours.

JOHN WILLIAMS WHITE, Chairman of Com. on Reg. of A. S.

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