Yesterday afternoon the candidates for the University cross country team took a practice run of about four and one-half miles, going out by way of the Mt. Auburn, Cemetery and returning across the rough ground at the far end of the Stadium. M. H. Stone '07, one of the most promising candidates, strained his ankle, but it is expected that he will be able to run again within a week. The prospects for a good team this year are fairly bright, as twenty men are reporting daily, four of whom have had, some experience in cross country work.
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