The candidates for the track team began work on Soldiers Field yesterday afternoon. The cinder track was in very good condition considering the time of year, and all men were sent from two to four laps at a brisk jog. No pole vaulting or jumping was attempted, because the clay take-offs are still too soft. Mr. Graham was out for the first time since his illness and gave the men their instructions. The character of the work for the next week will be varied so that when the track and take-offs become hard the men will be in good condition to begin training for their special events.
Track Work on Soldiers Field.
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