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1914 WON CROSS-COUNTRY

Seniors were in Second Place.--Captain Withington Easily Won Race.

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The interclass cross-country run, held yesterday afternoon over the Chestnut Hill course, was won easily by the Sophomore team with a total of 23 points. The Senior team was next with 57 points, the Freshman and Sophomore teams finishing with 70 and 78 points respectively.

Captain Withington finished first, far ahead of the others, in 31 minutes, 51 seconds. He was followed by F. W. Copeland '13, and H. P. Lawless '13 and C. W. Burrage '13 came in almost together, finishing third and fourth. R. St. B. Boyd '14 strained a tendon and W. H. Lacey '12 turned his ankle, and both had to drop out of the race.

The summary follows: 1912.  1913.  1914.  1915. 1  2  7  6 10  3  8  12 11  4  13  15 16  5  24  17 19  9  26  20 --  --  --  -- 57  23  78  70

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