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Trials for Cross-Country Team.


Today the final trials to pick the cross-country team, which will represent the University in the intercollegiate meet at New York, on November 25, will be held at the Brookline country club. The course will be five times around the 1 1-4 miles steeple chase track, making a total of six and one-quarter miles.

There are about fifteen entries, and of these the first six to finish will probably compose the team. However, the results of the first trials, held ten days ago, will also be taken into consideration, at which the first six men finished in the following order: W. A. Colwell 3G., A. King 1L., H. H. Rowland '06, S. Whittaker 2L., S. Curtis '05, J. H. Hall 1G.

Those men who are not chosen for the team, but who care to keep on with the training, will practice with the team as a substitute squad until the intercollegiate meet.

The men will leave the Square, to go to the Country Club today about 1.30 o'clock.

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