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Cornell won the intercollegiate cross country championship on Saturday by the close margin of two points. Yale and Pennsylvania were tied for second place. Although each college was represented by seven men, only the positions at the finish of the first four were counted. The winner's time for the 6.04 miles was 34 min., 17 seconds.
The team scores were as follows:
Cornell, Gallagher, 2nd; Sweet, 3rd; Morrison, 8th; Finck, 13th; Total, 26.
U. of P. Grant, 1st; Bowen, 4th; Bushnell, 9th; Stuart, 14th; Total, 28.
Yale. Franchol, 5th; Waldron, 6th; Gay, 7th; Herrick, 10th; Total, 28.
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