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BICYCLE ROAD RACE.

The Ten Mile Record Beaten in the Run Yesterday.

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Yesterday afternoon the Cycling Association held its annual ten mile road race. The race was very successful, the former record being broken by two riders.

A large crowd gathered to watch the start which was held in front of the Gymnasium at 4 o'clock.

F. S. Elliot, who was one of the scratch men, won the time prize, coming in first in 29m. 42 4/5s. This lowered the record for the course 1m. 57 4/5s. This record is especially remarkable, for Elliot when about half way over the course got the wheel of his bicycle caught in a rut and was thrown, scraping his knee badly.

Following are the prize winners:

Winner, F. S. Elliot L. S.

Second, H. C. Burdett '98.

Third, H. H. Richards '98.

Fourth, H. H. Brown '97.

Time prize won by F. S. Elliot, 29m. 42 4/5s.

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