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The following rules will govern the contests in high jumping and shot putting which will be held at Yale every Friday during the remainder of the term:
1. Contestants will be handicapped according to their known record; those whose ability is unknown will be handicapped at twenty-eight feet in the shot-putting contest, and at four feet and ten inches in the high jumping contest. 2. The winner in each contest will score as many points as there are men in that contest; the second man one less, etc.; every man scoring according to his position. 3. The handicaps of the contestants will be changed according to any improvement made over their former records.4. Those who win at the several contests will have their names upon the cup, and will hold it until they are beaten.
Silver cups, engraved with the names of the several winners each week, will be given as prizes to the man in each of the classes who has the greatest number of points to his credit.
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