The following 38 men have been selected to represent the University in the dual track meet with Yale at New Haven on Saturday, and are requested to be in the Square tomorrow morning at 8.15 with suit cases: J. L. Barr '10, A. D. Barker '11, A. L. Besse '10, F. S. Blanchard '10, T. S. Blumer '10, R. W. Boyden '10, F. H. Burr '09, W. P. Dillingham '11, R. E. Dole '10, A. T. Enos '10, R. C. Foster '11, G. P. Gardner, Jr., '10, T. M. Gregory '10, H. Guild '10, H. L. Goddard '10, R. G. Harwood '09, P. C. Heald '11, R. F. Hoyt '10, H. Jaques, Jr., '11, H. W. Kelley '11, V. P. Kennard '09, S. C. Lawrence '10, C. C. Little '10, J. P. Long '11, H. Y. Masten '10, E. K. Merrihew '10, E. L. Parker '10, A. D. Piper '09, R. P. Pope '10, W. M. Rand '09, E. H. Ruch '10, G. W. Ryley '10, F. M. deSelding '10, R. Warren '10, L. Watson '10, E. T. Wentworth '09, J. Wheelwright '10, M. H. Whitney '09.
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