The largest attended hare and hounds run held thus far was given yesterday, with over forty men competing. On account of an oversight of the H. A. A. the trail was laid from the University Press building, where the paper was cut. The hares were J. Manley '93 and D. W. Fenton '95 who laid the trail across several yards in the vicinity of Longfellow Park, down through the brick yards, up towards Tufts College, thence around the Powder House up to the Cambridge water tower. Half way down the hill a profusion of paper signified the break. The men lined up and raced to the gymnasium, J. O. Nichols L. S. finishing first just sixteen minutes after the hares who escaped being caught by four minutes. A. Blake '93 was second with F. S. Hinckley '95 third. The distance of the run was about seven miles and any difficulties in following the trail were probably due to the fact that the many small boys along the course picked up several of the bits of paper. The next run will take place on Monday.
Hare and Hounds.
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