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Cross-Country Run Today at 4

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The first of a series of three consolation cross-country runs for the University and Freshman squads will be held over the Chestnut Hill course this afternoon at 4 o'clock. All those entered in the race must be prepared to leave the Square at 3 o'clock. It will be open to everyone who has taken a strength test this fall; and will be fun in two squads, the University team going over the course twice, the Freshmen but once.

No cup will be awarded to the winner of today's race, but one will be given to the man making the best average in all three races. A man becomes ineligible for the prize as soon as he is taken on the training table.

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