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Cross Country Run.

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Yesterday the annual cross country championship run was held over the five mile course, resulting in an easy victory for Grant M. S. The course was up Garden St. to the dike, across the clay pits, along the dike to Concord Ave., around Fresh pond to Mt. Auburn and then home to the Law School. Ten men started, nine of whom finished. Grant finished nearly a minute ahead of Foote in the good time of 30m. 12s., which is a new record for the course. The first five men to come in were as follows: Grant M. S., 30m. 12s.; Foote '97, 31m. 3s.; Blakemore '97, 31m. 42s.; Dutton '97, 32m. 32s.; Burton, 32m. 46s.

The first three men will receive prizes.

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