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THE Intercollegiate Athletic Meeting at Mott Haven last Friday was the most successful, in point of the number of contestants and excellence of records, ever held. The only drawbacks seem to have been the incompetency of the gentleman who was substituted for Mr. White to judge of walking; and the great variety of jumping contests, which, together with the pole vaulting, were decidedly tedious. The success that Harvard's representatives won should urge our athletic men to fresh exertions, and the apparent walk-overs in the mile-run and in several other contests should instil in them the idea of training next winter for prizes easily within their grasp.

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