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Mismanagement of Track Games.

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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:

Mismanagement was very apparent in the track games held yesterday on Soldiers Field. The mile run, for instance, was held almost half an hour before the schedule time as published in the CRIMSON of yesterday morning. Owing to this fact several men who have been training all fall especially for this event were unable to compete. It seems a great pity that men who have devoted most of their spare time since College opened, and perhaps before to this event, should find themselves excluded simply because of mismanagement on the part of those who direct the games. It is to be hoped that in the future the management will throw no such discouragement in the way of those who are trying to improve their own athletic ability and the ability of the track team to beat Yale, and win the intercollegiate games.  C. W. W. '06

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