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Results of Cross-Country Races

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The first consolation cross-country run was held over the Chestnut Hill course yesterday afternoon. Taken as a whole, the meet was very successful and brought to light a good deal of promising material. Coach Shrubb first took the Freshman squad over the three-mile course and at the finish of this race, the University squad ran the five-mile distance. In this race, the men finished in the following order: 1, P. R. Withington '12; 2, F. W. Copeland '13; 3, R. St. B. Boyd '14; 4, C. W. Burrage '13; 5, H. M. Warren '13; 6, W. H. Lacey '12. The Freshmen finished as follows: 1, B. S. Carter; 2, H. E. Fitzgibbon; 3, S. Coolidge, Jr.; 4, S. F. Greeley; 5, H. Lider; 6, C. E. Morris.

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