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The University relay teams will run against Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the third annual indoor meet of the Armory Athletic Associations of Rhode Island to be held in the Providence Armory, Cranston street, Providence, this evening at 7.15 o'clock. The long-distance team, on which each man will run 704 yards, will be composed of F. D. Everett '11, H. Jaques, Jr., '11, P. Newton '11 and H. M. Warren '13. W. H. Fernald '12, R. C. Foster '11, H. W. Kelley '11 and D. P. Ranney '12 will form the short-distance team, and each will run 352 yards. Six members of the track squad will compete in three of the six open handicap events. The men will leave on the Providence train from the Back Bay Station at 4.39, arriving in Providence at 5.52. They will return at 10.02, arriving in Boston at 11 o'clock.
The entries in the open events:
50-yard high hurdles.--J. B. Cummings '13, J. K. Lewis, Jr., '11,
Running high-jump.--A. D. Barber '11.
8-pound shot-put.--P. H. Keays '13, R. P. Lewis '13, R. V. Moody '11.
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