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MOTT HAVEN TRIALS.

[Associated Press].

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NEW YORK, May 27.- The preliminary heats and trials in the intercollegiate track games were held today on Berkeley Oval. Despite the heavy track and field three records were broken.

The Harvard entries made a very good showing, nearly all of them qualifying for the semi-finals and finals which will be run off tomorrow afternoon.

The following is the list of men who will compete tomorrow:

100 yards dash-F. H. Bigelow, H.; A. W. Robinson, H.; F. A. Blount, Y.; D. C. Byers, Y.; C. C. Conway, Y.; J. S. Francis, U. of P.; J. W. Tewkesbury, U. of P.; T. B. McClain, U. of P.; J. H. Rush, P.; H. G. Lee, Syracuse; M. Prinstein, Syracuse; C. M. Callahan, Williams; H. D. Curtenius, Amherst; Y. Cody, Georgetown.

880 yards run-D. Grant, H.; S. H. Bush, H.; W. I. Brennen, Y.; A. Grant, U. of P.; L. Y. Lane, U. of P.; J. Cregan, P.; T. E. Palmer, P.; J. Bray; Williams.

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